If the ref callback is defined as an inline function, it will get called twice during updates, first with null and then again with the DOM element. This is because a new instance of the function is created with each render, so React needs to clear the old ref and set up the new one.
The default is ``'py'``. Those objects in other domains (whether the domain name is given explicitly, or selected by a :rst:dir:`default-domain` directive) will have the domain name explicitly prepended when named (e.g., when the default domain is C, Python functions will be named "Python function", not just "function").
A defining instance is a declaration of a variable or function that actually defines and allocates space for that variable or function. In the case of a variable, the defining instance may also supply an initial value, using an initializer in the declaration. In the case of a function, the defining instance supplies the body of the function.
A function to execute when the event is triggered. The value false is also allowed as a shorthand for If the selector is null or omitted, the handler is always called when it reaches the selected element. In the example above the alert could be displayed twice due to the two event types (click and mouseover).
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Why is custom js validation function being called twice? it's because nintex attaches 2 onchange handlers to a control being custom validated. I'm not sure why it is so, but it sounds to me to be a bug.
Jul 30, 2014 · Okay, I can reproduce this one. I'm not sure why this happen, but I can guess something: When you execute this sub: Sub Test() Debug.Print Names("TestRef").Value End Sub You'll see that the Value of the name is not "Foo" (which one would expect), the value is "=TestInfo()" IMHO VBA calls Excel to get the value of the name, Excel itself calls the function TestInfo, the message box appears the ...