Passport Slack OAuth Scope Throwing Error with Identity

I’m trying to request a slack oauth token using the passport-slack module with the following code. passport.use(new SlackStrategy({ clientID: xxxxxxx, clientSecret: xxxxxxx, scope: [ ‘chat:write:user’, ‘channels:read’ ], callbackURL: xxxxxxx+”/slack/callback” }, (accessToken, refreshToken, profile, done) => { done(null, profile); } )); router.use(passport.initialize()); router.use(require(‘body-parser’).urlencoded({ extended: true })); router.get(‘/authorize’, function(req, res, next) { passport.authenticate(‘Slack’, function(err, user, info) {…

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Kotlin / Firebase / Android Studio- java.util.NoSuchElementException: List is empty

I made an application like Instagram and everything works fine, except when new user create a profile, the application stops/crash because it doesn’t have anything to show on the home page and it drops `java.util.NoSuchElementException: List is empty. here is the full error E/AndroidRuntime: FATAL EXCEPTION: main Process: com.example.homeactivity, PID: 14508 java.util.NoSuchElementException: List is empty.…

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Accessing values from a map with pairs

This is the decleration and initialization of map : static std::map<VehicleType, std::pair<int const, int const>> TypeToFee = { {MOTORBIKE, make_pair(FIRST_HOUR_FEE_MOTOR, HOURLY_FEE_MOTOR)}, {CAR, make_pair(FIRST_HOUR_FEE_CAR, HOURLY_FEE_CAR)}, {HANDICAPPED, make_pair(HANDICAPPED_FEE, HANDICAPPED_FEE)} }; static std::map<VehicleType, std::pair<int const, int const>> ::iterator map_iter; What is the python equivelent of (assume I get type variable as a parameter which contains either CAR, MOTORBIKE,…

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Get double quotes for the searchTerms result query in the URL with Javascript

var searchTerms = escape(jQuery(‘input#q’).val()); var st = searchTerms.trim(); var res = st.replaceAll(“TITLE”,”ti”).replaceAll(“%20″,”%20and%20”).replaceAll(“AUTHOR”,”au”); I have the above code and need the search term values in double quotes as the result It gives result URL as : ‘&query=heartmate%20and%20owens’ But I need it as : ‘&query=”heartmate”%20and%20″owens”‘

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