Creating a generic function with a switch statement that executes different code based on the type passed in the parameters

Currently I have a function that takes in 2 generics and based on those generics it does something: func drawPath <T, U>(from: T, to: U) { switch (from, to) { case is JMapWaypoint, is JMapWaypoint: print(“map”) case is JMapDestination, is JMapDestination: print(“destination”) default: print(“default”) } } the issue is, on the case lines (ex.case is…

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MessageWebSocket MessageReiceived Parsing C#

So i’m looking for a good way to parse my web socket message text. [“XdHAIAWqnCIEOHZ00″,2555195586415,3,1577655354100,”XTyatACqnA2YMv2x0″,”XTyatACqnA2YMv2x0”]… as of now i’m just using string.Split and manually pulling what i need but i was wondering if there was a way to have it come out looking like… [“XW2clACqnA94btL70”, 2555266357205, 13, 1577964035000, {Type: 10, Data: “AAAAAAUAAAAAAAAJ0”},…] 0: “XW2clACqnA94btL70” 1:…

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Why is this ruby code not working? Write a method count_e(word) that takes in a string word and returns the number of e’s in the word [closed]

Hi I am a beginner coder and having trouble figuring out how to do this. I am currently learning loops. Language is ruby. objective: Write a method count_e(word) that takes in a string word and returns the number of e’s in the word My attempt: def count_e(word) count = 0 for i in word if…

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