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I’m trying to understand exactly how the following code works, in particular what “< T >” means in the following code. I don’t even know the terminology as to what this is, so I wasn’t able to google it, so hoping someone here can help explain. To be more specific, I’m don’t understand 2 things…

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Catalina user creation in single user mode / How to set a manual FileVault (boot) password in macOS 10.15

I followed this tutorial https://www.devzero.com/making-filevault-use-a-disk-password-1014-edition.html to bypass the conversion of a pre-defined hard disk password of my boot drive to the recent FileVault state where macOS doesn’t distinguish a boot password from a user password anymore. Thus, I downgraded to Mojave to follow devzero’s manual – and I was able too keep the disk password…

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How to stop click event on Parent element when clicking the child element

I am having a button inside a div. And on their on click events i am performing two different functions. The requirement is that when the child element is clicked, then parent element onClick event should not trigger. redirectCTD() { console.log(“inside Parent Element”); //other stuffs to do } openTileModal(toolName) { console.log(“inside Child Element”); this.setState({ isOpenTile:…

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Using .stepUp() with JQuery returns error “.stepUp is not a function”

I have the following code: HTML: <div class=”product-container”> <div class=”product-info”> <h2>Product name</h2> </div> <div class=”product-quantity”> <input type=”number”></input> </div> </div> JQuery: $(function(){ $(‘<span class=”add” uk-icon=”plus”>+</span>’).insertAfter(‘.product-container .product-quantity input’); $(‘<span class=”sub” uk-icon=”minus”>-</span>’).insertBefore(‘.product-container .product-quantity input’); $(‘.add’).click(function () { var selectedInput = $(this).prev(‘input’); if (selectedInput.val() < 10) { console.log(“value is less than 10”); $(‘.add’).click(function () { selectedInput.stepUp(1); }); } });…

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How to hide/show duplicate element with a search filter?

I have a filter, which find the sought value. <script src=”https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.3.1.min.js”></script> <input type=”text” class=”my-textbox” placeholder=”filtering…” /> <table id=”Table”> <tr> <td>1</td> </tr> <tr> <td>2</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3</td> </tr> <tr> <td>1</td> </tr> </table> <script> $(“.my-textbox”).keyup(function() { var value = $(this).val().toUpperCase(); var seen = {}; $(“#Table tr”).each(function() { var content = $(this).find(‘td:eq(0)’).text(); if (content.toUpperCase().indexOf(value) == -1) { $(this).hide();…

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