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If your checkedValue parameter is an observable value, whenever the value changes and the element is currently checked, the binding will update the checked model property. For checkboxes bound to an array, it will remove the previous value from the array and add the new value. Otherwise, it will just update the model value.




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The first kind of exception is the checked exception. These are exceptional conditions that a well-written application should anticipate and recover from. For example, suppose an application prompts a user for an input file name, then opens the file by passing the name to the constructor for java.io.FileReader. Normally, the user provides the name of an existing, readable file, so the construction of the FileReader object succeeds, and the execution of the application proceeds normally. But sometimes the user supplies the name of a nonexistent file, and the constructor throws java.io.FileNotFoundException. A well-written program will catch this exception and notify the user of the mistake, possibly prompting for a corrected file name.


Some programmers consider the Catch or Specify Requirement a serious flaw in the exception mechanism and bypass it by using unchecked exceptions in place of checked exceptions. In general, this is not recommended. The section Unchecked Exceptions — The Controversy talks about when it is appropriate to use unchecked exceptions.


The :checked pseudo-class in CSS selects elements when they are in the selected state. It is only associated with input () elements of type radio and checkbox . The :checked pseudo-class selector matches radio and checkbox input types when checked or toggled to an on state. If they are not selected or checked, there is no match.


The above is an example of using the :checked pseudo-class to make forms more accessible. The :checked pseudo-class can be used with hidden inputs and their visible labels to build interactive widgets, such as image galleries.


Bags larger than the standard size but within these maximum dimensions are known as out-of-gauge bags. They're accepted as part of your checked baggage allowance but must be checked in at the out-of-gauge bag drop at least 90 minutes before your flight to ensure they travel with you.


If you're traveling with a child younger than 2 who does not occupy their own seat, one additional piece of baggage can be checked in on top of your allowance. The size and weight of the additional piece should conform to normal bag rules; otherwise excess baggage fees may be incurred.


Bags with total linear dimensions (length + width + height, including wheels and handle) that exceed 80 inches (203 cm) but are less than 115 inches (292 cm) can be checked in provided they can be loaded in the cargo compartment of the aircraft used.


Your checked baggage allowance is based on the weight or piece concept, depending on your final destination. When you book a flight with us, your free baggage allowance will be indicated on your ticket.


For passengers travelling on mixed-cabin itineraries (example First Class combining with Business Class, or Premium Economy Class combining with Economy Class), your checked baggage allowance may differ from the amounts listed above. If you are travelling on such itineraries, please refer to your e-tickets for the accurate checked baggage allowance applicable to your flights.


An infant is entitled to one piece of checked baggage, up to 23kg or 32kg, depending on your class of travel. If you are travelling with an infant, you can check in an item each from the following two categories:


If you are carrying alcohol-based disinfectants or hand sanitisers in your checked baggage, you are advised that the weight should not exceed 0.5 KG or 0.5 L per article and 2.0 KG or 2.0 L in total to comply with the Dangerous Goods Regulations.


Electrical appliances will not be accepted as checked baggage; they will only be accepted as special baggage in the cabin or as air cargo if they do not comply with the weight and dimensions for transport in the cabin.


Garment bags may be transported in the hold in place of one piece of checked baggage included in the fare or by purchasing extra baggage provided that the total dimensions do not exceed 158 cm and 23 kg.


Ezra Jack Keats' 1962 classic The Snowy Day has been checked out more times than any other book in the history of the New York Public Library. Jonathan Blanc/The New York Public Library hide caption


When Worldox loads at a workstation connected to the network, it checks for checked-out files. This is part of the file synchronization process. If any checked-out files are located on the workstation, Worldox displays a notification message and an icon in the Windows notification area, as shown here:


For baggage allowance and charges for checked baggage, basically the policy of airline that you purchased ticket will be applied but please check with the airline operating the flight or contact JAL Reservation Center for the details.


The following rates will apply for each checked crate. The free baggage allowance policy does not apply for checked crates.Please select your direction of travel from below to check the applicable rate.


Passengers checking a surfboard or windsurfing board will be charged the following rates for each bag checked. The free baggage allowance policy does not apply for these items.Please select your direction of travel from the choices below to check the applicable rate.


There is a limit to a Carrier's liability for checked baggage. Passengers may pay the prescribed excess value charge for valuable items at the time of check-in to raise the limit of liability to the declared amount up to USD5,000.


Baggage checked with us will be carefully handled until it arrives at your destination. However, baggage may be damaged or be delayed in arriving at your destination due to reasons that include inclement weather and airport requirements. We sincerely apologize for the considerable inconvenience suffered in such cases, and will make every effort to fix any such problems that may occur.


Some of the items you pack in your baggage may be considered dangerous goods, also known as hazardous material. Most dangerous goods are forbidden in carry-on and checked baggage. There are a few exceptions for some personal items such as toiletries, medicines, and assistive devices. Check the chart below to see which common dangerous goods are allowed in checked and/or carry-on baggage and which are not. Remember, this is just a listing of common dangerous goods; if you don't see your item here it doesn't mean it's allowed in baggage. When in doubt, leave it out!


The Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) are federal transportation safety rules found in 49 CFR, parts 171-180. The FAA enforces the HMR in aviation. Passengers violating the HMR can be fined from $250 to $50,000. Those who intentionally violate the regulations are subject to a criminal penalty of up to $500,000 and/or five years imprisonment. So, it is important to know what items are hazardous materials and whether or not they are allowed in the aircraft cabin or in checked baggage.


Damaged or recalled batteries and battery-powered devices, which are likely to create sparks or generate a dangerous evolution of heat, must not be carried aboard an aircraft (e.g. carry-on or checked baggage) unless the damaged or recalled battery has been removed or otherwise made safe. The airline may offer further public guidance on transporting individual recalled products.


COVID-19 test kits containing diagnostic samples (e.g., nasal swabs and vials of sputum) are not allowed in carry-on baggage. These samples must be properly packaged, handled, and identified as a UN3373 Category B Infectious Substance (PDF) during transportation. Passengers should check with their carrier before packing COVID-19 test kits containing diagnostic samples in checked baggage or shipping as cargo. Individual carriers and international requirements may be more restrictive than domestic regulations.


TSA Exemption for Hand Sanitizer: The TSA will allow one liquid hand sanitizer container, up to 12 ounces per passenger, in carry-on bags until further notice. Since these containers exceed the standard allowance typically permitted through a checkpoint, they must be screened separately. This will add some time to your checkpoint screening experience. All other liquids, gels and aerosols brought to a checkpoint continue to be limited to 3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters in a one quart-size bag. TSA's special procedures for traveling with medication. For checked bags, the limits for toiletry and medicinal articles still apply: 17 fl. ounces per bottle and 68 fl. ounces total.


Active duty U.S. military passengers and military personnel who are retired or retiring, who have proof of official government travel orders, and their qualified dependents will be allowed five (5) checked complimentary bags per person for coach/first/business classes of service when traveling on orders on Hawaiian Airlines system-wide travel.


Active duty U.S. military personnel will only be allowed two (2) complimentary checked bags per person for coach/ first/business classes of service when on personal travel. A valid active duty Military ID is required at time of check-in.


** Fees are effective for flights booked on or after midnight, November 13, 2018 Hawaii Standard Time. *Restrictions may apply. As a member benefit, HawaiianMiles members will enjoy reduced 1st and 2nd checked baggage fees when flying between the Neighbor Islands, traveling wholly within the State of Hawaii. For example, a ticket from Honolulu (Oahu) to Kahului (Maui) is considered a Neighbor Island ticket, and therefore, Neighbor Island bag fees apply. A ticket from JFK to Kahului with a connection in Honolulu will be considered a North America ticket, and therefore, North America bag fees apply. Discount applies to confirmed Hawaiian Airlines revenue tickets and flight award tickets redeemed with HawaiianMiles. Discount is applicable on any fare class ticket. Baggage discounts will only be applied when your HawaiianMiles number is present in your reservation, or added prior to completing the check-in process.


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