Visual Composer: Backend param value sanitation

Is there a way to clean up the saved value of a param element in the visual composer?

I have a custom parameter that ends up having a JSON value. I want to transform that JSON into a PHP array in save.

Visual Studio 2017 Offline – Software Engineering Exchange Exchange

We want to use Visual Studio for the development of plain Windows desktop applications in a restricted environment (that is, we do not have an Internet connection at any time).
We have been working with the 2017 Community, but now we have learned that this requires an Internet connection from time to time because the license "has run out". The development in a computer online and then the implementation in a computer without connection is not possible since the application depends on a special hardware.

Can the Community Edition be used purely offline? If not, the professional edition? For this previous project, we prefer 2017, but we can consider migrating to 2019.

We are only interested in a clean solution, without cracked versions or illegal hacks.

Thank you!

Visual Studio – Error: OpenCover not found. Please select the OpenCover executable

I am currently trying to use the OpenCover user interface in VS 2015 (company) to verify the code coverage of our unit tests. We have been using MSTests, but I installed Nunit as an answer here ( that could be useful.

Now, I can not install any .msi file because I do not have access from the system administrator, and this would require a long and meaningful process only for the download to be approved (this is the company's policy). I wonder if there is any other work solution that is not included in the responses of the link that I published previously (looking for the .exe manually and the one with the command line).

visual basic 6 – Receive messages IRC CLIENT VB

Hello, I have a hard time receiving messages from an IRC connection made in VB,
Here the Code:
Connection with IRC VB
The library was added as a reference to IrcClient.dll.
It is talking that the irc_ChannelMessage can not manipulate the event, but I did not succeed.

I was studying some ways for that but I did not succeed.

What are the differences between Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio?

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    What are the differences between Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio? By using the tool as a complement, could you expand the capabilities of Microsoft Visual Studio?

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    Visual Studio (full version) is a "complete" and "easy to use" development environment. While Visual Studio Code (VSCode) is a cross-platform editor (Linux, Mac OS, Windows) that can be added with add-ons for your needs. I think now you understand what the difference is between them.

Visual Studio: contents of the shared memory array (dynamically allocated) can not be seen when debugging

I have a code that uses shared memory:

__global__ void PDH_kernel (/ * arguments * /) {
extern __shared__ atom currentBlocks[];
int thisThread = blockDim.x * blockIdx.x + threadIdx.x;
double dist;
int histogramBin;
int next
if (thisThread <PDH_acnt) {
current locks[threadIdx.x] = aList[thisThread];
for (int i = blockIdx.x + 1; i <gridDim.x; i ++) {
next = thisThread + (i * blockDim.x);
current locks[threadIdx.x + blockDim.x] = aList[next];
__syncthreads ();

When I'm going to debug in Visual Studio (community, 2019, version 16.1.1) using the CUDA debug program "Next-gen" (under Extensions> Nsight> Start CUDA Debugging (Next-gen)), I can not see the contents of matrix. current locks over; instead, the debugger shows the address of the array and then {??? }. I am using the Debug x64 configuration to compile the program.

Other information that could be relevant:

  • CUDA version 10.1
  • NVIDIA Nsight Visual Studio Edition 2019.2.0.19109

Is there any other indicator that I need to attach to see this matrix correctly?

visual studio – How to fix the error in Uploading images using ASP.NET VisualBasic and Acces

When you click send in the database, the system returns the following error:

System.IndexOutOfRangeException: & # 39; OleDbParameterCollection does not contain OleDbParameter with ParameterName & # 39; @imagem & # 39;. & # 39;

Follow the codes:

Protected Sub test_Inserting (sender As Object, and As SqlDataSourceCommandEventArgs) Handles test.Inserting
Dim fu As FileUpload
fu = FormView1.FindControl ("fileupload1")
e.Command.Parameters ("@ image"). DbType = DbType.Binary
e.Command.Parameters ("@ image"). Value = fu.FileBytes ()
End Sub

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Environment: Visual Studio 2019, Visual Basic, Access

Windows 10: The environment variable of the path was deleted and Visual Studio does not work.

I removed the environment variable "path" and now I can not open Visual Studio. I tried most of the solutions that have been discussed in other subprocesses, but most of them are based on a system recovery, which I had not configured.

Most of the programs are still working, but I have problems with Visual Studio. I tried reinstalling it, but it still does not work. I would like to know what are the "routes" that Visual Studio needs to be able to recover them.

I use Windows 10.

Visual Studio 2019 has not been highlighted in the peek definition field

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The classes in Visual Studio 2019 do not have syntax highlighting in the peek definition field, but the 2017 version does. Is it an error or what?

c ++ visual: the value can not be read with ReadProcessMemory vc ++ in 64 bits

I have a problem with ReadProcessMemory in vc ++.
I can not read the value in a particular direction, it gives me
0xcccccccccccccccc, when I try to read it.
What do I do wrong? Other times I called ReadProcessMemory it worked fine, but this time I can not make it work.

I already tried using QWORD instead of DWORD for the address te or INT64, but the results are the same.

int64_t base = 0x140000000;
int64_t address1, address2, address3, address4, address5, address6, address7;
int64_t offset = 0x02F33AF0;

address1 = base + offset;

printf ("0x% llx  n", address1);
ReadProcessMemory (handle, (void *) address1, & address2, sizeof (int64_t), 0);

printf ("0x% llx  n", address2);

I should get 0x17b4c0d50 as address2, but instead, I get 0x0.