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String Representation of Java Decimals Without Scientific Notation

The primary types/objects used for decimal numbers in Java are float/Float, double/Double, and BigDecimal. Each of these has cases in which its "default" string representation is "computerized scientific notation." This post demonstrates some simple approaches to provide a string representation of the decimal number in these cases without scientific notation.

Examples in this post will demonstrate the "default" exponential String representations of these Java numeric types using a range of numbers for each type that demonstrates approximately where the "default" representation for each type becomes scientific notation. The next three code listings show the code for constructing general ranges for floats, doubles, and BigDecimals.

String Representation of Java Decimals Without Scientific Notation

The primary types/objects used for decimal numbers in Java are float/Float, double/Double, and BigDecimal. Each of these has cases in which its "default" string representation is "computerized scientific notation." This post demonstrates some simple approaches to provide a string representation of the decimal number in these cases without scientific notation.

Examples in this post will demonstrate the "default" exponential String representations of these Java numeric types using a range of numbers for each type that demonstrates approximately where the "default" representation for each type becomes scientific notation. The next three code listings show the code for constructing general ranges for floats, doubles, and BigDecimals.

setData on SQLite Tables with Multiple Connections
To start off with, I'm sorry I can't really post my code. To show the bug would require my entire program and it's just too much to attach, so I'll be as specific as possible.

I have a database file, called `TF.db`. In this file, there are 2 tables, `table1` and `table2`. The idea of the program is that `TF.db` is put in a shared network folder, and people on different computers connected to the network can see changes occurring to the database in realtime.

To make sure that the connection to the table is unique, I call addDatabase('QSQLITE', userName) where userName is the username of the user (duh). I then have 2 QSqlTableModel's that are created the same way and are very similar to each other in terms of how they edit and set data: oneModel.setTable('table1') and twoModel.setTable('table2'). The models are then set to their respective QTableView's, but that isn't important in the bug.

When one user implements oneModel.setData() another user can change that new data with oneModel.setData() if they feel. The bug is when one user tries to implement twoModel.setData(), if another user tries to change it, setData sets the entire record to None. But if the same user who initially implemented twoModel.setData() changes the data, they successfully can.

If I test this with just one user accessing the database at a time, everything works fine. It's only when 1+ users are trying to change each other's data

Can anyone help me? Again, I know not attaching the code itself is hard, but I was wondering if someone had any experience with multiple users connecting to a database with more than one table in the database? If you need any more info I'll be glad to provide anything.

Thanks guys.
日本語版 IBM Domino 9.0.1 FP9 の Domino ディレクトリの作成メニューの不具合
日本語版 IBM Domino 9.0.1 FP9で提供されている pubnames.ntf/djxdd.ntf のテンプレートを Domino ディレクトリに反映し、Dominoディレクトリを開き、「作成」メニューを展開すると、「サーバー」や「ポリシー設定」が複数表示されるようになりました。
Deploying Spring Apps to Tomcat (Without web.xml)

Since the Servlet 3 specification, web.xml is no longer needed for configuring your web application and has been replaced by annotations. In this article, we will look at how to deploy a simple Spring-based application without web.xml to Tomcat 8.5.x.

Creating an Empty Application

Use the following command to create an empty web application using the Maven webapp archetype:

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