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How to structure ui-router to have SEO friendly url structure


How to structure ui-router to have SEO friendly url structure

By : BBJS16
Date : December 01 2020, 05:00 PM
Does that help All you need to do is swap the order of them. The router will check in order of definition, so if /:nameUrl comes before /admin it will trigger first. But if you put /:nameUrl last then it will trigger on any url that hasn't already triggered something above.
A word of warning however. Moving between two urls that trigger the same state (like two urls that both hit /:nameUrl in your case) will not reload the controllers on the page. Only changing state will do that. There are options to change this behaviour, but it has always been very buggy for me.
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Is there a friendly name for this data structure?

Is there a friendly name for this data structure?


By : Sir Babach
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I think what you're looking for is something called a Disjoint-set data structure.
It's often used when doing Kruskal's because it allows you to do n lookups in amortized nlog*n (actually less than that) time if you implement the disjoint-set data structure with path compression.
code :
for t in results:
   (jName, kName) = t

   union(jName, kName)
How to set hierarchical structure values through the Web API using friendly names and without exposing the structure its

How to set hierarchical structure values through the Web API using friendly names and without exposing the structure its


By : Larry
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue If you collection elements had aliases then you would be able to use a natural URI path structure, which is intended to map hierarchies.
code :
<ROOT>
    <COLLECTION_ELEMENT>  //alias = foo

        <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // alias = nail
        <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // alias = hammer

        <COLLECTION_ELEMENT> /alias = bar
            <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // red
            <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // green
        </COLLECTION_ELEMENT>

    </COLLECTION_ELEMENT>
        ....
    <COLLECTION_ELEMENT> //baz

        <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // alias = nail
        <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // alias = hammer

        <COLLECTION_ELEMENT>  //blunk
            <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // red
            <SIMPLE_ELEMENT /> // green
        </COLLECTION_ELEMENT>

    </COLLECTION_ELEMENT>
</ROOT>
 /baz/hammer
How to copy a structure(which is a structure within structure) and fill it in the array of structure in C++

How to copy a structure(which is a structure within structure) and fill it in the array of structure in C++


By : user3700123
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I have a structure which a structure within structure as shown in this following question : How to dynamically fill the structure which is a pointer to pointer of arrays in C++ implementing xfs , You have this struct:
code :
typedef struct Sp_cashinfo
{
    LPSTR lpPhysicalPositionName;
    ULONG ulInitialCount;
    ULONG ulCount;  
}SP_CASHUNITINFO;
#include <string>
struct Sp_cashinfo
{
    std::string lpPhysicalPositionName;
    uint32_t ulInitialCount;
    uint32_t ulCount;   

    Sp_cashinfo(std::string name, uint32_t initialCount, uint32_t count):
        lpPhysicalPositionName(name),
        ulInitialCount(initialCount),
        ulCount(count)
        {}
};
Declaring inner structure variable in nested structure without referring outer structure

Declaring inner structure variable in nested structure without referring outer structure


By : NZFraser
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need There is no special scoping rules for inner structures in C which means that the scope of struct date is the same as the scope of struct Employee. You are free to declare objects of the inner structure type anywhere you can declare an object of the outer structure type.
For example, these declarations are the same as yours:
code :
struct date
{
    int date;
    int month;
    int year; 
};

struct Employee
{
   char ename[20];
   int ssn;
   float salary;
   struct date doj;
}emp1;
How to declare a structure variable IN THE MAIN FUNCTION in the case of structure within a structure? Why does this code

How to declare a structure variable IN THE MAIN FUNCTION in the case of structure within a structure? Why does this code


By : zhoulifa
Date : September 21 2020, 08:00 AM
I wish did fix the issue. The inner struct is only a definition of a struct. You need to declare a member of that type in the outer class.
code :
struct Outer
{
    struct Inner
    {
        int val2;
    }; // We have defined a struct here

    int val1;
    struct Inner i2; // We have declared a member of that struct type here
};
int main()
{
    struct Outer o1;

    ...
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