207 results found for #{}
How to use #{} without converting array to string How to use #{} without converting array to string I have this code block. query = ['an','array'] @a
http://stackoverflow.com/question...without-converting-array-to-string
can i also use #{} interpolation to insert complicated expressions in a HTML-style attribute use jade template for nodejs can i also use #{}
http://stackoverflow.com/question...plicated-expressions-in-a-html-sty
Does ruby expression expansion via #{} do double expansion? Does ruby expression expansion via #{} do double expansion? Okay, per suggestions on
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-expansion-via-do-double-expansion
were those #{} things which works inside JSF tags only. The difference with standard JSP EL ${} is that it doesn't only do get , but can also do set .
http://stackoverflow.com/question...tween-jsp-el-jsf-el-and-unified-el
items="#{bean.data}" var="key" > <h:outputText value="#{m[#{key}]}" /> </c:forEach> I need to get value from messages.properties, but dynamically using #{} expression.
http://stackoverflow.com/question...e-bundle-key-name-as-el-expression
deferred EL ( #{} ) in template text as Facelets does. You can however use standard EL ( ${} ) in template text. <iframe
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-faces-jsf-el-element-on-an-iframe
regex. Tags: ruby regex You want /#{entity[0]}/i . #{} is the syntax for variable insertion in strings and regexes.
http://stackoverflow.com/question...rpolate-a-variable-in-a-ruby-regex
clojure Another way: (reduce #(into %1 (keys %2)) #{} a) Almost the same way: (set (mapcat keys a)) Another way: (distinct (mapcat keys a)) Something like:
http://stackoverflow.com/question...find-out-all-keys-in-a-set-of-maps
me in the right direction. Tags: ruby-on-rails Can you please post the trace? You're missing a few #{} for string interpolation in the first argument
http://stackoverflow.com/question...rror-invalid-date-in-ruby-on-rails
(Servlet 2.5 or newer). On JSP 2.0 or older (Servlet 2.4 or older), it is not possible to reference the c:forEach variable by deferred EL #{} . The deferred
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4551132/how-to-access-map-in-jsf