Could you add a contract address in place of a library address when editing the bytecode before deplyment?

After compiling a contract that uses a library it is necessary to go into the compile contract bytecode and remove a piece that looks something like “_________library__address______” and replace it with the deployed library address. Tools like Remix automatically add this now for testing. My question is: Since a library is just a type of…

web3 error – web3.eth.Contract is not a constructor

i try to get the contract balance and im using this var Web3 = require(‘web3’) var web3 = new Web3(‘ropsten.infura.io/v3/123456789’) var abi = abi is here ; var contractAddress = ‘0x31111…..’; var contract = new web3.eth.Contract(abi, contractAddress); //var address = ‘0x31111……’; web3.eth.getBalance(contract.address, function (e, r) { $(‘contractBalanceAgi’).text(convertWeiToEth(r).toFixed(4)) }) and when running this i get following…

how can someone use the smart contract deployed on Rinkeby network? what are next steps after successful deployment?

I am new to the smart contract and blockchain technology but learning step by step. I developed a small bidding smart contract in solidity. Using Truffle, NPM and Infura, I deployed it in the Rinkeby test network. Deployment is successful. Now I want to test the functionality and want to others to access it so…

How to see data sent using a smart contract?

See this transaction: https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/tx/0xf38b9f1fdb1a6f309bb4671bbcee235c9b75685ac96f99955d59b9a112db1156 Is referred to the creation of this contract: https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/address/0xc05e3556824a30d9ac2187339c9a60b954b127c1 This is the code pragma solidity >=0.6.0; contract test001 { int private age; function setAge(int _age) public { age = _age; } } I invoice setAge passing 25 as parameter, see the tx https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/tx/0xbeee3e737020e9ca41e08f26a49f7890e42ccc1f6475637dd01f1682848dd762 My goal: I’d like to be able, saving…

What can cause the chainstate database to become corrupted?

I have written a tool that accesses the chainstate LevelDB database to get a list of UTXOs. https://github.com/in3rsha/bitcoin-utxo-dump/blob/master/utxodump.go The tool would originally corrupt the database every time I accessed it, forcing me to run bitcoind -reindex-chainstate to fix it. I was able to get around this by adding a no compression option when accessing the…