Programs & Examples On #A records

An A (address) record is a DNS record that can be used to point your domain name and host names to a static IP address.

How to use ArrayList.addAll()?

Assuming you have an ArrayList that contains characters, you could do this:

List<Character> list = new ArrayList<Character>();
list.addAll(Arrays.asList('+', '-', '*', '^'));

Introducing FOREIGN KEY constraint may cause cycles or multiple cascade paths - why?

Anybody wondering how to do it in EF core:

      protected override void OnModelCreating(ModelBuilder modelBuilder)
            {
                foreach (var relationship in modelBuilder.Model.GetEntityTypes().SelectMany(e => e.GetForeignKeys()))
                {
                    relationship.DeleteBehavior = DeleteBehavior.Restrict;
                }
           ..... rest of the code.....

Code to loop through all records in MS Access

You should be able to do this with a pretty standard DAO recordset loop. You can see some examples at the following links:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb243789%28v=office.12%29.aspx
http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/email/recordsetloop.htm

My own standard loop looks something like this:

Dim rs As DAO.Recordset
Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM Contacts")

'Check to see if the recordset actually contains rows
If Not (rs.EOF And rs.BOF) Then
    rs.MoveFirst 'Unnecessary in this case, but still a good habit
    Do Until rs.EOF = True
        'Perform an edit
        rs.Edit
        rs!VendorYN = True
        rs("VendorYN") = True 'The other way to refer to a field
        rs.Update

        'Save contact name into a variable
        sContactName = rs!FirstName & " " & rs!LastName

        'Move to the next record. Don't ever forget to do this.
        rs.MoveNext
    Loop
Else
    MsgBox "There are no records in the recordset."
End If

MsgBox "Finished looping through records."

rs.Close 'Close the recordset
Set rs = Nothing 'Clean up

Add zero-padding to a string

"1".PadLeft(4, '0');

Handling a timeout error in python sockets

When you do from socket import * python is loading a socket module to the current namespace. Thus you can use module's members as if they are defined within your current python module.

When you do import socket, a module is loaded in a separate namespace. When you are accessing its members, you should prefix them with a module name. For example, if you want to refer to a socket class, you will need to write client_socket = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCK_DGRAM).

As for the problem with timeout - all you need to do is to change except socket.Timeouterror: to except timeout:, since timeout class is defined inside socket module and you have imported all its members to your namespace.

Create HTML table using Javascript

The problem is that if you try to write a <table> or a <tr> or <td> tag using JS every time you insert a new tag the browser will try to close it as it will think that there is an error on the code.

Instead of writing your table line by line, concatenate your table into a variable and insert it once created:

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
<!--

var myArray    = new Array();
    myArray[0] = 1;
    myArray[1] = 2.218;
    myArray[2] = 33;
    myArray[3] = 114.94;
    myArray[4] = 5;
    myArray[5] = 33;
    myArray[6] = 114.980;
    myArray[7] = 5;

    var myTable= "<table><tr><td style='width: 100px; color: red;'>Col Head 1</td>";
    myTable+= "<td style='width: 100px; color: red; text-align: right;'>Col Head 2</td>";
    myTable+="<td style='width: 100px; color: red; text-align: right;'>Col Head 3</td></tr>";

    myTable+="<tr><td style='width: 100px;                   '>---------------</td>";
    myTable+="<td     style='width: 100px; text-align: right;'>---------------</td>";
    myTable+="<td     style='width: 100px; text-align: right;'>---------------</td></tr>";

  for (var i=0; i<8; i++) {
    myTable+="<tr><td style='width: 100px;'>Number " + i + " is:</td>";
    myArray[i] = myArray[i].toFixed(3);
    myTable+="<td style='width: 100px; text-align: right;'>" + myArray[i] + "</td>";
    myTable+="<td style='width: 100px; text-align: right;'>" + myArray[i] + "</td></tr>";
  }  
   myTable+="</table>";

 document.write( myTable);

//-->
</script> 

If your code is in an external JS file, in HTML create an element with an ID where you want your table to appear:

<div id="tablePrint"> </div>

And in JS instead of document.write(myTable) use the following code:

document.getElementById('tablePrint').innerHTML = myTable;

Get only specific attributes with from Laravel Collection

use User::get(['id', 'name', 'email']), it will return you a collection with the specified columns and if you want to make it an array, just use toArray() after the get() method like so:

User::get(['id', 'name', 'email'])->toArray()

Most of the times, you won't need to convert the collection to an array because collections are actually arrays on steroids and you have easy-to-use methods to manipulate the collection.

WHERE vs HAVING

HAVING is used to filter on aggregations in your GROUP BY.

For example, to check for duplicate names:

SELECT Name FROM Usernames
GROUP BY Name
HAVING COUNT(*) > 1

Java and SSL - java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException

Try javax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword instead of javax.net.ssl.keyPassword: the latter isn't mentioned in the JSSE ref guide.

The algorithms you mention should be there by default using the default security providers. NoSuchAlgorithmExceptions are often cause by other underlying exceptions (file not found, wrong password, wrong keystore type, ...). It's useful to look at the full stack trace.

You could also use -Djavax.net.debug=ssl, or at least -Djavax.net.debug=ssl,keymanager, to get more debugging information, if the information in the stack trace isn't sufficient.

how to use concatenate a fixed string and a variable in Python

With python 3.6+:

msg['Subject'] = f"Auto Hella Restart Report {sys.argv[1]}"

Convert A String (like testing123) To Binary In Java

This is my implementation.

public class Test {
    public String toBinary(String text) {
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();

        for (char character : text.toCharArray()) {
            sb.append(Integer.toBinaryString(character) + "\n");
        }

        return sb.toString();

    }
}

How to get the integer value of day of week

DateTime currentDateTime = DateTime.Now;
int week = (int) currentDateTime.DayOfWeek;

Codeigniter displays a blank page instead of error messages

First of all you need to give the permission of your Codeigniter folder, It's might be the permission issue and then start your server.

Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin

If you get this in Angular.js, then make sure you escape your port number like this:

var Project = $resource(
    'http://localhost\\:5648/api/...', {'a':'b'}, {
        update: { method: 'PUT' }
    }
);

See here for more info on it.

How can I right-align text in a DataGridView column?

DataGridViewColumn column0 = dataGridViewGroup.Columns[0];
DataGridViewColumn column1 = dataGridViewGroup.Columns[1];
column1.DefaultCellStyle.Alignment = DataGridViewContentAlignment.MiddleRight;
column1.Width = 120;

How to create loading dialogs in Android?

It's a ProgressDialog, with setIndeterminate(true).

From http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/dialogs.html#ProgressDialog

ProgressDialog dialog = ProgressDialog.show(MyActivity.this, "", 
                    "Loading. Please wait...", true);

An indeterminate progress bar doesn't actually show a bar, it shows a spinning activity circle thing. I'm sure you know what I mean :)

Automated way to convert XML files to SQL database?

For Mysql please see the LOAD XML SyntaxDocs.

It should work without any additional XML transformation for the XML you've provided, just specify the format and define the table inside the database firsthand with matching column names:

LOAD XML LOCAL INFILE 'table1.xml'
    INTO TABLE table1
    ROWS IDENTIFIED BY '<table1>';

There is also a related question:

For Postgresql I do not know.

Click to call html

tl;dr What to do in modern (2018) times? Assume tel: is supported, use it and forget about anything else.


The tel: URI scheme RFC5431 (as well as sms: but also feed:, maps:, youtube: and others) is handled by protocol handlers (as mailto: and http: are).

They're unrelated to HTML5 specification (it has been out there from 90s and documented first time back in 2k with RFC2806) then you can't check for their support using tools as modernizr. A protocol handler may be installed by an application (for example Skype installs a callto: protocol handler with same meaning and behaviour of tel: but it's not a standard), natively supported by browser or installed (with some limitations) by website itself.

What HTML5 added is support for installing custom web based protocol handlers (with registerProtocolHandler() and related functions) simplifying also the check for their support through isProtocolHandlerRegistered() function.

There is some easy ways to determine if there is an handler or not:" How to detect browser's protocol handlers?).

In general what I suggest is:

  1. If you're running on a mobile device then you can safely assume tel: is supported (yes, it's not true for very old devices but IMO you can ignore them).
  2. If JS isn't active then do nothing.
  3. If you're running on desktop browsers then you can use one of the techniques in the linked post to determine if it's supported.
  4. If tel: isn't supported then change links to use callto: and repeat check desctibed in 3.
  5. If tel: and callto: aren't supported (or - in a desktop browser - you can't detect their support) then simply remove that link replacing URL in href with javascript:void(0) and (if number isn't repeated in text span) putting, telephone number in title. Here HTML5 microdata won't help users (just search engines). Note that newer versions of Skype handle both callto: and tel:.

Please note that (at least on latest Windows versions) there is always a - fake - registered protocol handler called App Picker (that annoying window that let you choose with which application you want to open an unknown file). This may vanish your tests so if you don't want to handle Windows environment as a special case you can simplify this process as:

  1. If you're running on a mobile device then assume tel: is supported.
  2. If you're running on desktop then replace tel: with callto:. then drop tel: or leave it as is (assuming there are good chances Skype is installed).

What are the time complexities of various data structures?

Arrays

  • Set, Check element at a particular index: O(1)
  • Searching: O(n) if array is unsorted and O(log n) if array is sorted and something like a binary search is used,
  • As pointed out by Aivean, there is no Delete operation available on Arrays. We can symbolically delete an element by setting it to some specific value, e.g. -1, 0, etc. depending on our requirements
  • Similarly, Insert for arrays is basically Set as mentioned in the beginning

ArrayList:

  • Add: Amortized O(1)
  • Remove: O(n)
  • Contains: O(n)
  • Size: O(1)

Linked List:

  • Inserting: O(1), if done at the head, O(n) if anywhere else since we have to reach that position by traveseing the linkedlist linearly.
  • Deleting: O(1), if done at the head, O(n) if anywhere else since we have to reach that position by traveseing the linkedlist linearly.
  • Searching: O(n)

Doubly-Linked List:

  • Inserting: O(1), if done at the head or tail, O(n) if anywhere else since we have to reach that position by traveseing the linkedlist linearly.
  • Deleting: O(1), if done at the head or tail, O(n) if anywhere else since we have to reach that position by traveseing the linkedlist linearly.
  • Searching: O(n)

Stack:

  • Push: O(1)
  • Pop: O(1)
  • Top: O(1)
  • Search (Something like lookup, as a special operation): O(n) (I guess so)

Queue/Deque/Circular Queue:

  • Insert: O(1)
  • Remove: O(1)
  • Size: O(1)

Binary Search Tree:

  • Insert, delete and search: Average case: O(log n), Worst Case: O(n)

Red-Black Tree:

  • Insert, delete and search: Average case: O(log n), Worst Case: O(log n)

Heap/PriorityQueue (min/max):

  • Find Min/Find Max: O(1)
  • Insert: O(log n)
  • Delete Min/Delete Max: O(log n)
  • Extract Min/Extract Max: O(log n)
  • Lookup, Delete (if at all provided): O(n), we will have to scan all the elements as they are not ordered like BST

HashMap/Hashtable/HashSet:

  • Insert/Delete: O(1) amortized
  • Re-size/hash: O(n)
  • Contains: O(1)

Open page in new window without popup blocking

This is the only one that actually worked for me in all the browsers

let newTab = window.open(); newTab.location.href = url;

Correct way to quit a Qt program?

You can call qApp.exit();. I always use that and never had a problem with it.

If you application is a command line application, you might indeed want to return an exit code. It's completely up to you what the code is.

How to implement DrawerArrowToggle from Android appcompat v7 21 library

I want to correct little bit the above code

    public class MainActivity extends ActionBarActivity {
        @Override
        protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);

        Toolbar mToolbar = (Toolbar) findViewById(R.id.toolbar);
        DrawerLayout mDrawerLayout = (DrawerLayout) findViewById(R.id.drawer_layout);
        ActionBarDrawerToggle mDrawerToggle = new ActionBarDrawerToggle(
            this,  mDrawerLayout, mToolbar,
            R.string.navigation_drawer_open, R.string.navigation_drawer_close
        );
        mDrawerLayout.setDrawerListener(mDrawerToggle);

        getSupportActionBar().setDisplayHomeAsUpEnabled(true);
        getSupportActionBar().setHomeButtonEnabled(true);
    }

and all the other things will remain same...

For those who are having problem Drawerlayout overlaying toolbar

add android:layout_marginTop="?attr/actionBarSize" to root layout of drawer content

Allowed memory size of 262144 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 24576 bytes)

I was trying to up the limit Wordpress sets on media uploads. I followed advice from some blog I’m not going to mention to raise the limit from 64MB to 2GB.

I did the following:

Created a (php.ini) file in WP ADMIN with the following integers:

upload_max_filesize = 2000MB
post_max_size = 2100MV
memory_limit = 2300MB

I immediately received this error when trying to log into my Wordpress dashboard to check if it worked:

“Allowed memory size of 262144 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 24576 bytes)"

The above information in this chain helped me tremendously. (Stack usually does BTW)

I modified the PHP.ini file to the following:

upload_max_filesize = 2000M
post_max_size = 2100M
memory_limit = 536870912M

The major difference was only use M, not MB, and set that memory limit high.

As soon as I saved the changed the PHP.ini file, I saved it, went to login again and the login screen reappeared.

I went in and checked media uploads, ands bang:

Image showing twordpress media folder “Add New” box, with limits stated as “MAXIMUM UPLOAD FILE SIZE: 2 GB”

I haven't restarted Apache yet… but all looks good.

Thanks everyone.

clearing a char array c

Try the following:

strcpy(my_custom_data,"");

Why Java Calendar set(int year, int month, int date) not returning correct date?

1 for month is February. The 30th of February is changed to 1st of March. You should set 0 for month. The best is to use the constant defined in Calendar:

c1.set(2000, Calendar.JANUARY, 30);

How to convert a boolean array to an int array

Using numpy, you can do:

y = x.astype(int)

If you were using a non-numpy array, you could use a list comprehension:

y = [int(val) for val in x]

c# .net change label text

If I understand correctly you may be experiencing the problem because in order to be able to set the labels "text" property you actually have to use the "content" property.

so instead of:

  Label output = null;
        output = Label1;
        output.Text = "hello";

try:

Label output = null;
            output = Label1;
            output.Content = "hello";

What can lead to "IOError: [Errno 9] Bad file descriptor" during os.system()?

You get this error message if a Python file was closed from "the outside", i.e. not from the file object's close() method:

>>> f = open(".bashrc")
>>> os.close(f.fileno())
>>> del f
close failed in file object destructor:
IOError: [Errno 9] Bad file descriptor

The line del f deletes the last reference to the file object, causing its destructor file.__del__ to be called. The internal state of the file object indicates the file is still open since f.close() was never called, so the destructor tries to close the file. The OS subsequently throws an error because of the attempt to close a file that's not open.

Since the implementation of os.system() does not create any Python file objects, it does not seem likely that the system() call is the origin of the error. Maybe you could show a bit more code?

C#: how to get first char of a string?

Try this,

string s1="good"; string s=s1.Substring(0,1);

Using sed to mass rename files

Using perl rename (a must have in the toolbox):

rename -n 's/0000/000/' F0000*

Remove -n switch when the output looks good to rename for real.

warning There are other tools with the same name which may or may not be able to do this, so be careful.

The rename command that is part of the util-linux package, won't.

If you run the following command (GNU)

$ rename

and you see perlexpr, then this seems to be the right tool.

If not, to make it the default (usually already the case) on Debian and derivative like Ubuntu :

$ sudo apt install rename
$ sudo update-alternatives --set rename /usr/bin/file-rename

For archlinux:

pacman -S perl-rename

For RedHat-family distros:

yum install prename

The 'prename' package is in the EPEL repository.


For Gentoo:

emerge dev-perl/rename

For *BSD:

pkg install gprename

or p5-File-Rename


For Mac users:

brew install rename

If you don't have this command with another distro, search your package manager to install it or do it manually:

cpan -i File::Rename

Old standalone version can be found here


man rename


This tool was originally written by Larry Wall, the Perl's dad.

With android studio no jvm found, JAVA_HOME has been set

Just delete the folder highlighted below. Depending on your Android Studio version, mine is 3.5 and reopen Android studio.

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Understanding the grid classes ( col-sm-# and col-lg-# ) in Bootstrap 3

Here you have a very good tutorial, that explains, how to use the new grid classes in Bootstrap 3.

It also covers mixins etc.

How to set focus on input field?

Mark and Blesh have great answers; however, Mark's has a flaw that Blesh points out (besides being complex to implement), and I feel that Blesh's answer has a semantic error in creating a service that's specifically about sending focus request to the frontend when really all he needed was a way to delay the event until all the directives were listening.

So here is what I ended up doing which steals a lot from Blesh's answer but keeps the semantics of the controller event and the "after load" service separate.

This allows the controller event to easily be hooked for things other than just focusing a specific element and also allows to incur the overhead of the "after load" functionality only if it is needed, which it may not be in many cases.

Usage

<input type="text" focus-on="controllerEvent"/>
app.controller('MyCtrl', function($scope, afterLoad) {
  function notifyControllerEvent() {
      $scope.$broadcast('controllerEvent');
  }

  afterLoad(notifyControllerEvent);
});

Source

app.directive('focusOn', function() {
   return function(scope, elem, attr) {
      scope.$on(attr.focusOn, function(e, name) {
        elem[0].focus();
      });
   };
});

app.factory('afterLoad', function ($rootScope, $timeout) {
  return function(func) {
    $timeout(func);
  }
});

Formatting a Date String in React Native

Write below function to get date in string, convert and return in string format.

getParsedDate(strDate){
    var strSplitDate = String(strDate).split(' ');
    var date = new Date(strSplitDate[0]);
    // alert(date);
    var dd = date.getDate();
    var mm = date.getMonth() + 1; //January is 0!

    var yyyy = date.getFullYear();
    if (dd < 10) {
        dd = '0' + dd;
    }
    if (mm < 10) {
        mm = '0' + mm;
    }
    date =  dd + "-" + mm + "-" + yyyy;
    return date.toString();
}

Print it where you required: Date : {this.getParsedDate(stringDate)}

How to use default Android drawables

Better to use android.R.drawable because it is public and documented.

How to format column to number format in Excel sheet?

Sorry to bump an old question but the answer is to count the character length of the cell and not its value.

CellCount = Cells(Row, 10).Value
If Len(CellCount) <= "13" Then
'do something
End If

hope that helps. Cheers

adb command not found in linux environment

I have just resolved the problem myself on mint(ubuntu). It seems that adb is a 32 bit executable at least according to readelf -h. for the program to work in 64-bit ubuntu or whatever installation, we must have 32-bit libraries inplace.

solved the problem with

sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libncurses5:i386 libstdc++6:i386

Visual Studio C# IntelliSense not automatically displaying

I also faced the same issue but in VS2013.

I did the below way to fix, It was worked fine.

  1. Close all the opened Visual studio instance.

  2. Then, go to "Developer command prompt" from visual studio tools,

  3. Type it as devenv.exe /resetuserdata

  4. Restart the machine, Open the Visual studio then It will ask you to choose the development settings from initial onwards, thereafter open any solution/project. You'll be amazed.

Hope, it might helps you :)

Abstraction VS Information Hiding VS Encapsulation

The meaning of abstraction given by the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) closest to the meaning intended here is 'The act of separating in thought'. A better definition might be 'Representing the essential features of something without including background or inessential detail.'

Information hiding is the principle that users of a software component (such as a class) need to know only the essential details of how to initialize and access the component, and do not need to know the details of the implementation.

Edit: I seems to me that abstraction is the process of deciding which parts of the implementation that should be hidden.

So its not abstraction VERSUS information hiding. It's information hiding VIA abstraction.

Wireshark vs Firebug vs Fiddler - pros and cons?

Fiddler is the winner every time when comparing to Charles.

The "customize rules" feature of fiddler is unparalleled in any http debugger. The ability to write code to manipulate http requests and responses on-the-fly is invaluable to me and the work I do in web development.

There are so many features to fiddler that charles just does not have, and likely won't ever have. Fiddler is light-years ahead.

Get current index from foreach loop

Use Enumerable.Select<TSource, TResult> Method (IEnumerable<TSource>, Func<TSource, Int32, TResult>)

list = list.Cast<object>().Select( (v, i) => new {Value= v, Index = i});

foreach(var row in list)
{
    bool IsChecked = (bool)((CheckBox)DataGridDetail.Columns[0].GetCellContent(row.Value)).IsChecked;
    row.Index ...
}

Difference of keywords 'typename' and 'class' in templates?

typename and class are interchangeable in the basic case of specifying a template:

template<class T>
class Foo
{
};

and

template<typename T>
class Foo
{
};

are equivalent.

Having said that, there are specific cases where there is a difference between typename and class.

The first one is in the case of dependent types. typename is used to declare when you are referencing a nested type that depends on another template parameter, such as the typedef in this example:

template<typename param_t>
class Foo
{
    typedef typename param_t::baz sub_t;
};

The second one you actually show in your question, though you might not realize it:

template < template < typename, typename > class Container, typename Type >

When specifying a template template, the class keyword MUST be used as above -- it is not interchangeable with typename in this case (note: since C++17 both keywords are allowed in this case).

You also must use class when explicitly instantiating a template:

template class Foo<int>;

I'm sure that there are other cases that I've missed, but the bottom line is: these two keywords are not equivalent, and these are some common cases where you need to use one or the other.

How to check if an int is a null

A primitive int cannot be null. If you need null, use Integer instead.

What is the JSF resource library for and how should it be used?

Actually, all of those examples on the web wherein the common content/file type like "js", "css", "img", etc is been used as library name are misleading.

Real world examples

To start, let's look at how existing JSF implementations like Mojarra and MyFaces and JSF component libraries like PrimeFaces and OmniFaces use it. No one of them use resource libraries this way. They use it (under the covers, by @ResourceDependency or UIViewRoot#addComponentResource()) the following way:

<h:outputScript library="javax.faces" name="jsf.js" />
<h:outputScript library="primefaces" name="jquery/jquery.js" />
<h:outputScript library="omnifaces" name="omnifaces.js" />
<h:outputScript library="omnifaces" name="fixviewstate.js" />
<h:outputScript library="omnifaces.combined" name="[dynamicname].js" />
<h:outputStylesheet library="primefaces" name="primefaces.css" />
<h:outputStylesheet library="primefaces-aristo" name="theme.css" />
<h:outputStylesheet library="primefaces-vader" name="theme.css" />

It should become clear that it basically represents the common library/module/theme name where all of those resources commonly belong to.

Easier identifying

This way it's so much easier to specify and distinguish where those resources belong to and/or are coming from. Imagine that you happen to have a primefaces.css resource in your own webapp wherein you're overriding/finetuning some default CSS of PrimeFaces; if PrimeFaces didn't use a library name for its own primefaces.css, then the PrimeFaces own one wouldn't be loaded, but instead the webapp-supplied one, which would break the look'n'feel.

Also, when you're using a custom ResourceHandler, you can also apply more finer grained control over resources coming from a specific library when library is used the right way. If all component libraries would have used "js" for all their JS files, how would the ResourceHandler ever distinguish if it's coming from a specific component library? Examples are OmniFaces CombinedResourceHandler and GraphicResourceHandler; check the createResource() method wherein the library is checked before delegating to next resource handler in chain. This way they know when to create CombinedResource or GraphicResource for the purpose.

Noted should be that RichFaces did it wrong. It didn't use any library at all and homebrewed another resource handling layer over it and it's therefore impossible to programmatically identify RichFaces resources. That's exactly the reason why OmniFaces CombinedResourceHander had to introduce a reflection-based hack in order to get it to work anyway with RichFaces resources.

Your own webapp

Your own webapp does not necessarily need a resource library. You'd best just omit it.

<h:outputStylesheet name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage name="img/logo.png" />

Or, if you really need to have one, you can just give it a more sensible common name, like "default" or some company name.

<h:outputStylesheet library="default" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="default" name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage library="default" name="img/logo.png" />

Or, when the resources are specific to some master Facelets template, you could also give it the name of the template, so that it's easier to relate each other. In other words, it's more for self-documentary purposes. E.g. in a /WEB-INF/templates/layout.xhtml template file:

<h:outputStylesheet library="layout" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="layout" name="js/script.js" />

And a /WEB-INF/templates/admin.xhtml template file:

<h:outputStylesheet library="admin" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="admin" name="js/script.js" />

For a real world example, check the OmniFaces showcase source code.

Or, when you'd like to share the same resources over multiple webapps and have created a "common" project for that based on the same example as in this answer which is in turn embedded as JAR in webapp's /WEB-INF/lib, then also reference it as library (name is free to your choice; component libraries like OmniFaces and PrimeFaces also work that way):

<h:outputStylesheet library="common" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="common" name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage library="common" name="img/logo.png" />

Library versioning

Another main advantage is that you can apply resource library versioning the right way on resources provided by your own webapp (this doesn't work for resources embedded in a JAR). You can create a direct child subfolder in the library folder with a name in the \d+(_\d+)* pattern to denote the resource library version.

WebContent
 |-- resources
 |    `-- default
 |         `-- 1_0
 |              |-- css
 |              |    `-- style.css
 |              |-- img
 |              |    `-- logo.png
 |              `-- js
 |                   `-- script.js
 :

When using this markup:

<h:outputStylesheet library="default" name="css/style.css" />
<h:outputScript library="default" name="js/script.js" />
<h:graphicImage library="default" name="img/logo.png" />

This will generate the following HTML with the library version as v parameter:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/css/style.css.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_0" />
<script type="text/javascript" src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/js/script.js.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_0"></script>
<img src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/img/logo.png.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_0" alt="" />

So, if you have edited/updated some resource, then all you need to do is to copy or rename the version folder into a new value. If you have multiple version folders, then the JSF ResourceHandler will automatically serve the resource from the highest version number, according to numerical ordering rules.

So, when copying/renaming resources/default/1_0/* folder into resources/default/1_1/* like follows:

WebContent
 |-- resources
 |    `-- default
 |         |-- 1_0
 |         |    :
 |         |
 |         `-- 1_1
 |              |-- css
 |              |    `-- style.css
 |              |-- img
 |              |    `-- logo.png
 |              `-- js
 |                   `-- script.js
 :

Then the last markup example would generate the following HTML:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/css/style.css.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_1" />
<script type="text/javascript" src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/js/script.js.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_1"></script>
<img src="/contextname/javax.faces.resource/img/logo.png.xhtml?ln=default&amp;v=1_1" alt="" />

This will force the webbrowser to request the resource straight from the server instead of showing the one with the same name from the cache, when the URL with the changed parameter is been requested for the first time. This way the endusers aren't required to do a hard refresh (Ctrl+F5 and so on) when they need to retrieve the updated CSS/JS resource.

Please note that library versioning is not possible for resources enclosed in a JAR file. You'd need a custom ResourceHandler. See also How to use JSF versioning for resources in jar.

See also:

Error Code: 1005. Can't create table '...' (errno: 150)

The foreign key has to have the exact same type as the primary key that it references. For the example has the type “INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL” the foreing key also have to “INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL”

CREATE TABLE employees(
id_empl INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
PRIMARY KEY(id)
);
CREATE TABLE offices(
id_office INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
id_empl INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY(id),
CONSTRAINT `constraint1` FOREIGN KEY (`id_empl`) REFERENCES `employees` (`id_empl`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COMMENT='my offices';

TypeError: Converting circular structure to JSON in nodejs

Came across this issue in my Node Api call when I missed to use await keyword in a async method in front of call returning Promise. I solved it by adding await keyword.

Unable instantiate android.gms.maps.MapFragment

I faced this issue while using Android SDK for x86 in a Windows 7 64-bit machine. I downloaded the Android SDK 64-bit version, made Eclipse see it in Window > Preferences > Android > SDK location and the issue stopped occurring.

if, elif, else statement issues in Bash

I would recommend you having a look at the basics of conditioning in bash.

The symbol "[" is a command and must have a whitespace prior to it. If you don't give whitespace after your elif, the system interprets elif[ as a a particular command which is definitely not what you'd want at this time.

Usage:

elif(A COMPULSORY WHITESPACE WITHOUT PARENTHESIS)[(A WHITE SPACE WITHOUT PARENTHESIS)conditions(A WHITESPACE WITHOUT PARENTHESIS)]

In short, edit your code segment to:

elif [ "$seconds" -gt 0 ]

You'd be fine with no compilation errors. Your final code segment should look like this:

#!/bin/sh    
if [ "$seconds" -eq 0 ];then
       $timezone_string="Z"
    elif [ "$seconds" -gt 0 ]
    then
       $timezone_string=`printf "%02d:%02d" $seconds/3600 ($seconds/60)%60`
    else
       echo "Unknown parameter"
    fi

How to drop a PostgreSQL database if there are active connections to it?

PostgreSQL 9.2 and above:

SELECT pg_terminate_backend(pid)FROM pg_stat_activity WHERE datname = 'YOUR_DATABASE_NAME_HERE'

Find and kill a process in one line using bash and regex

The solution would be filtering the processes with exact pattern , parse the pid, and construct an argument list for executing kill processes:

ps -ef  | grep -e <serviceNameA> -e <serviceNameB> -e <serviceNameC> |
awk '{print $2}' | xargs sudo kill -9

Explanation from documenation:

ps utility displays a header line, followed by lines containing information about all of your processes that have controlling terminals.

-e Display information about other users' processes, including those

-f Display the uid, pid, parent pid, recent CPU usage, process start

The grep utility searches any given input files, selecting lines that

-e pattern, --regexp=pattern Specify a pattern used during the search of the input: an input line is selected if it matches any of the specified patterns. This option is most useful when multiple -e options are used to specify multiple patterns, or when a pattern begins with a dash (`-').

xargs - construct argument list(s) and execute utility

kill - terminate or signal a process

number 9 signal - KILL (non-catchable, non-ignorable kill)

Example:

ps -ef  | grep -e node -e loggerUploadService.sh - -e applicationService.js |
awk '{print $2}' | xargs sudo kill -9

In Python, how do I read the exif data for an image?

Here's the one that may be little easier to read. Hope this is helpful.

from PIL import Image
from PIL import ExifTags

exifData = {}
img = Image.open(picture.jpg)
exifDataRaw = img._getexif()
for tag, value in exifDataRaw.items():
    decodedTag = ExifTags.TAGS.get(tag, tag)
    exifData[decodedTag] = value

Meaning of "referencing" and "dereferencing" in C

The context that * is in, confuses the meaning sometimes.

  // when declaring a function
int function(int*); // This function is being declared as a function that takes in an 'address' that holds a number (so int*), it's asking for a 'reference', interchangeably called 'address'. When I 'call'(use) this function later, I better give it a variable-address! So instead of var, or q, or w, or p, I give it the address of var so &var, or &q, or &w, or &p.   

//even though the symbol ' * ' is typically used to mean 'dereferenced variable'(meaning: to use the value at the address of a variable)--despite it's common use, in this case, the symbol means a 'reference', again, in THIS context. (context here being the declaration of a 'prototype'.) 


    //when calling a function
int main(){ 
    function(&var);  // we are giving the function a 'reference', we are giving it an 'address'
  }

So, in the context of declaring a type such as int or char, we would use the dereferencer ' * ' to actually mean the reference (the address), which makes it confusing if you see an error message from the compiler saying: 'expecting char*' which is asking for an address.

In that case, when the * is after a type (int, char, etc.) the compiler is expecting a variable's address. We give it this by using a reference operator, alos called the address-of operator ' & ' before a variable. Even further, in the case I just made up above, the compiler is expecting the address to hold a character value, not a number. (type char * == address of a value that has a character)

int* p;
int *a;   // both are 'pointer' declarations. We are telling the compiler that we will soon give these variables an address (with &).

int c = 10;  //declare and initialize a random variable
//assign the variable to a pointer, we do this so that we can modify the value of c from a different function regardless of the scope of that function (elaboration in a second)

p = c; //ERROR, we assigned a 'value' to this 'pointer'. We need to assign an 'address', a 'reference'.
p = &c; // instead of a value such as: 'q',5,'t', or 2.1 we gave the pointer an 'address', which we could actually print with printf(), and would be something like
//so
p = 0xab33d111; //the address of c, (not specifically this value for the address, it'll look like this though, with the 0x in the beggining, the computer treats these different from regular numbers)
*p = 10; // the value of c

a = &c; // I can still give c another pointer, even though it already has the pointer variable "p"

*a = 10;
 a = 0xab33d111;

Think of each variable as having a position (or an index value if you are familiar with arrays) and a value. It might take some getting used-to to think of each variable having two values to it, one value being it's position, physically stored with electricity in your computer, and a value representing whatever quantity or letter(s) the programmer wants to store.

//Why it's used
int function(b){
    b = b + 1; // we just want to add one to any variable that this function operates on.
} 

int main(){

    int c = 1;  // I want this variable to be 3.

    function(c); 
    function(c);// I call the function I made above twice, because I want c to be 3.

     // this will return c as 1. Even though I called it twice.
     // when you call a function it makes a copy of the variable.
     // so the function that I call "function", made a copy of c, and that function is only changing the "copy" of c, so it doesn't affect the original
}
  //let's redo this whole thing, and use pointers

int function(int* b){ // this time, the function is 'asking' (won't run without) for a variable that 'points' to a number-value (int). So it wants an integer pointer--an address that holds a number.
*b = *b + 1; //grab the value of the address, and add one to the value stored at that address
}

int main(){
    int c = 1; //again, I want this to be three at the end of the program
    int *p = &c; // on the left, I'm declaring a pointer, I'm telling the compiler that I'm about to have this letter point to an certain spot in my computer. Immediately after I used the assignment operator (the ' = ') to assign the address of c to this variable (pointer in this case) p. I do this using the address-of operator (referencer)' & '.
    function(p); // not *p, because that will dereference. which would give an integer, not an integer pointer ( function wants a reference to an int called int*, we aren't going to use *p because that will give the function an int instead of an address that stores an int.

    function(&c); // this is giving the same thing as above, p = the address of c, so we can pass the 'pointer' or we can pass the 'address' that the pointer(variable) is 'pointing','referencing' to. Which is &c. 0xaabbcc1122...


      //now, the function is making a copy of c's address, but it doesn't matter if it's a copy or not, because it's going to point the computer to the exact same spot (hence, The Address), and it will be changed for main's version of c as well.

}

Inside each and every block, it copies the variables (if any) that are passed into (via parameters within "()"s). Within those blocks, the changes to a variable are made to a copy of that variable, the variable uses the same letters but is at a different address (from the original). By using the address "reference" of the original, we can change a variable using a block outside of main, or inside a child of main.

Why does the PHP json_encode function convert UTF-8 strings to hexadecimal entities?

JSON_UNESCAPED_UNICODE is available on PHP Version 5.4 or later.
The following code is for Version 5.3.

UPDATED

  • html_entity_decode is a bit more efficient than pack + mb_convert_encoding.
  • (*SKIP)(*FAIL) skips backslashes itself and specified characters by JSON_HEX_* flags.

 

function raw_json_encode($input, $flags = 0) {
    $fails = implode('|', array_filter(array(
        '\\\\',
        $flags & JSON_HEX_TAG ? 'u003[CE]' : '',
        $flags & JSON_HEX_AMP ? 'u0026' : '',
        $flags & JSON_HEX_APOS ? 'u0027' : '',
        $flags & JSON_HEX_QUOT ? 'u0022' : '',
    )));
    $pattern = "/\\\\(?:(?:$fails)(*SKIP)(*FAIL)|u([0-9a-fA-F]{4}))/";
    $callback = function ($m) {
        return html_entity_decode("&#x$m[1];", ENT_QUOTES, 'UTF-8');
    };
    return preg_replace_callback($pattern, $callback, json_encode($input, $flags));
}

How do I add a new column to a Spark DataFrame (using PySpark)?

There are multiple ways we can add a new column in pySpark.

Let's first create a simple DataFrame.

date = [27, 28, 29, None, 30, 31]
df = spark.createDataFrame(date, IntegerType())

Now let's try to double the column value and store it in a new column. PFB few different approaches to achieve the same.

# Approach - 1 : using withColumn function
df.withColumn("double", df.value * 2).show()

# Approach - 2 : using select with alias function.
df.select("*", (df.value * 2).alias("double")).show()

# Approach - 3 : using selectExpr function with as clause.
df.selectExpr("*", "value * 2 as double").show()

# Approach - 4 : Using as clause in SQL statement.
df.createTempView("temp")
spark.sql("select *, value * 2 as double from temp").show()

For more examples and explanation on spark DataFrame functions, you can visit my blog.

I hope this helps.

How to install JSON.NET using NuGet?

I have Had the same issue and the only Solution i found was open Package manager> Select Microsoft and .Net as Package Source and You will install it..

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mysql query result into php array

I think you wanted to do this:

while( $row = mysql_fetch_assoc( $result)){
    $new_array[] = $row; // Inside while loop
}

Or maybe store id as key too

 $new_array[ $row['id']] = $row;

Using the second ways you would be able to address rows directly by their id, such as: $new_array[ 5].

Can JavaScript connect with MySQL?

I think you would need to add something like PHP into the equation. PHP to interact with the database and then you could make AJAX calls with Javascript.

Convert string to Color in C#

The simplest way:

string input = null;
Color color = Color.White;

TextBoxText_Changed(object sender, EventsArgs e)
{
   input = TextBox.Text;
}

Button_Click(object sender, EventsArgs e)
{
   color = Color.FromName(input)
}

Changing the interval of SetInterval while it's running

I had the same question as the original poster, did this as a solution. Not sure how efficient this is ....

interval = 5000; // initial condition
var run = setInterval(request , interval); // start setInterval as "run"

    function request() { 

        console.log(interval); // firebug or chrome log
        clearInterval(run); // stop the setInterval()

         // dynamically change the run interval
        if(interval>200 ){
          interval = interval*.8;
        }else{
          interval = interval*1.2;
        }

        run = setInterval(request, interval); // start the setInterval()

    }

What is InputStream & Output Stream? Why and when do we use them?

Stream: In laymen terms stream is data , most generic stream is binary representation of data.

Input Stream : If you are reading data from a file or any other source , stream used is input stream. In a simpler terms input stream acts as a channel to read data.

Output Stream : If you want to read and process data from a source (file etc) you first need to save the data , the mean to store data is output stream .

Convert MFC CString to integer

Define in msdn: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/yd5xkb5c.aspx

int atoi(
   const char *str 
);
int _wtoi(
   const wchar_t *str 
);
int _atoi_l(
   const char *str,
   _locale_t locale
);
int _wtoi_l(
   const wchar_t *str,
   _locale_t locale
);

CString is wchar_t string. So, if you want convert Cstring to int, you can use:

 CString s;  
int test = _wtoi(s)

How can I download a specific Maven artifact in one command line?

One could use dependency:copy (http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-dependency-plugin/copy-mojo.html) which takes a list of artifacts defined in the plugin configuration section and copies them to a specified location, renaming them or stripping the version if desired. This goal can resolve the artifacts from remote repositories if they don't exist in either the local repository or the reactor.

Not all the properties of the plugin could be used in maven CLI. The properties which have "User Property:" property defined could be specified. In the below example I am downloading junit to my temp folder and stripping the vesion from the jar file.

mvn org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-dependency-plugin:2.8:copy -Dartifact=junit:junit:4.11 -DoutputDirectory=/tmp -Dmdep.stripVersion=true

where artifact=junit:junit:4.11 is the maven coordinates. And you specify artifcat as groupId:artifactId:version[:packaging[:classifier]]

(Thanks to Pascal Thivent for providing his https://stackoverflow.com/a/18632876/2509415 in the first place. I am adding another answer)

msvcr110.dll is missing from computer error while installing PHP

I had installed PHP in IIS7 on Windows Server 2008 R2 using the Web Platform Installer. It did not work out of the box. I had to install the Visual C++ Redistributable for VS 2012 Update 4 (32bit) as found here http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30679 .

How to create range in Swift?

I want to do this:

print("Hello"[1...3])
// out: Error

But unfortunately, I can't write a subscript of my own because the loathed one takes up the name space.

We can do this however:

print("Hello"[range: 1...3])
// out: ell 

Just add this to your project:

extension String {
    subscript(range: ClosedRange<Int>) -> String {
        get {
            let start = String.Index(utf16Offset: range.lowerBound, in: self)
            let end = String.Index(utf16Offset: range.upperBound, in: self)
            return String(self[start...end])
        }
    }
}

Compare integer in bash, unary operator expected

Your piece of script works just great. Are you sure you are not assigning anything else before the if to "i"?

A common mistake is also not to leave a space after and before the square brackets.

How to replace captured groups only?

A little improvement to Matthew's answer could be a lookahead instead of the last capturing group:

.replace(/(\w+)(\d+)(?=\w+)/, "$1!NEW_ID!");

Or you could split on the decimal and join with your new id like this:

.split(/\d+/).join("!NEW_ID!");

Example/Benchmark here: https://codepen.io/jogai/full/oyNXBX

C# - Multiple generic types in one list

Following leppie's answer, why not make MetaData an interface:

public interface IMetaData { }

public class Metadata<DataType> : IMetaData where DataType : struct
{
    private DataType mDataType;
}

C++ performance vs. Java/C#

Actually, C# does not really run in a virtual machine like Java does. IL is compiled into assembly language, which is entirely native code and runs at the same speed as native code. You can pre-JIT an .NET application which entirely removes the JIT cost and then you are running entirely native code.

The slowdown with .NET will come not because .NET code is slower, but because it does a lot more behind the scenes to do things like garbage collect, check references, store complete stack frames, etc. This can be quite powerful and helpful when building applications, but also comes at a cost. Note that you could do all these things in a C++ program as well (much of the core .NET functionality is actually .NET code which you can view in ROTOR). However, if you hand wrote the same functionality you would probably end up with a much slower program since the .NET runtime has been optimized and finely tuned.

That said, one of the strengths of managed code is that it can be fully verifiable, ie. you can verify that the code will never access another processes's memory or do unsage things before you execute it. Microsoft has a research prototype of a fully managed operating system that has suprisingly shown that a 100% managed environment can actually perform significantly faster than any modern operating system by taking advantage of this verification to turn off security features that are no longer needed by managed programs (we are talking like 10x in some cases). SE radio has a great episode talking about this project.

How do you get assembler output from C/C++ source in gcc?

As everyone has pointed out, use the -S option to GCC. I would also like to add that the results may vary (wildly!) depending on whether or not you add optimization options (-O0 for none, -O2 for agressive optimization).

On RISC architectures in particular, the compiler will often transform the code almost beyond recognition in doing optimization. It's impressive and fascinating to look at the results!

foreach for JSON array , syntax

You can do something like

for(var k in result) {
   console.log(k, result[k]);
}

which loops over all the keys in the returned json and prints the values. However, if you have a nested structure, you will need to use

typeof result[k] === "object"

to determine if you have to loop over the nested objects. Most APIs I have used, the developers know the structure of what is being returned, so this is unnecessary. However, I suppose it's possible that this expectation is not good for all cases.

Access POST values in Symfony2 request object

Symfony 2.2

this solution is deprecated since 2.3 and will be removed in 3.0, see documentation

$form->getData();

gives you an array for the form parameters

from symfony2 book page 162 (Chapter 12: Forms)

[...] sometimes, you may just want to use a form without a class, and get back an array of the submitted data. This is actually really easy:

public function contactAction(Request $request) {
  $defaultData = array('message' => 'Type your message here');
  $form = $this->createFormBuilder($defaultData)
  ->add('name', 'text')
  ->add('email', 'email')
  ->add('message', 'textarea')
  ->getForm();
  if ($request->getMethod() == 'POST') {
    $form->bindRequest($request);
    // data is an array with "name", "email", and "message" keys
    $data = $form->getData();
  }
  // ... render the form
}

You can also access POST values (in this case "name") directly through the request object, like so:

$this->get('request')->request->get('name');

Be advised, however, that in most cases using the getData() method is a better choice, since it returns the data (usually an object) after it's been transformed by the form framework.

When you want to access the form token, you have to use the answer of Problematic $postData = $request->request->get('contact'); because the getData() removes the element from the array


Symfony 2.3

since 2.3 you should use handleRequest instead of bindRequest:

 $form->handleRequest($request);

see documentation

Difference between objectForKey and valueForKey?

Here's a great reason to use objectForKey: wherever possible instead of valueForKey: - valueForKey: with an unknown key will throw NSUnknownKeyException saying "this class is not key value coding-compliant for the key ".

Create a string and append text to it

Use the string concatenation operator:

Dim str As String = New String("") & "some other string"

Strings in .NET are immutable and thus there exist no concept of appending strings. All string modifications causes a new string to be created and returned.

This obviously cause a terrible performance. In common everyday code this isn't an issue, but if you're doing intensive string operations in which time is of the essence then you will benefit from looking into the StringBuilder class. It allow you to queue appends. Once you're done appending you can ask it to actually perform all the queued operations.

See "How to: Concatenate Multiple Strings" for more information on both methods.

How to determine the encoding of text?

EDIT: chardet seems to be unmantained but most of the answer applies. Check https://pypi.org/project/charset-normalizer/ for an alternative

Correctly detecting the encoding all times is impossible.

(From chardet FAQ:)

However, some encodings are optimized for specific languages, and languages are not random. Some character sequences pop up all the time, while other sequences make no sense. A person fluent in English who opens a newspaper and finds “txzqJv 2!dasd0a QqdKjvz” will instantly recognize that that isn't English (even though it is composed entirely of English letters). By studying lots of “typical” text, a computer algorithm can simulate this kind of fluency and make an educated guess about a text's language.

There is the chardet library that uses that study to try to detect encoding. chardet is a port of the auto-detection code in Mozilla.

You can also use UnicodeDammit. It will try the following methods:

  • An encoding discovered in the document itself: for instance, in an XML declaration or (for HTML documents) an http-equiv META tag. If Beautiful Soup finds this kind of encoding within the document, it parses the document again from the beginning and gives the new encoding a try. The only exception is if you explicitly specified an encoding, and that encoding actually worked: then it will ignore any encoding it finds in the document.
  • An encoding sniffed by looking at the first few bytes of the file. If an encoding is detected at this stage, it will be one of the UTF-* encodings, EBCDIC, or ASCII.
  • An encoding sniffed by the chardet library, if you have it installed.
  • UTF-8
  • Windows-1252

MySQL: How to copy rows, but change a few fields?

If you have loads of columns in your table and don't want to type out each one you can do it using a temporary table, like;

SELECT *
INTO #Temp
FROM Table WHERE Event_ID = "120"
GO

UPDATE #TEMP
SET Column = "Changed"
GO

INSERT INTO Table
SELECT *
FROM #Temp

How do I directly modify a Google Chrome Extension File? (.CRX)

Installed Chrome extension directories are listed below:

  1. Copy the folder of the extension you wish to modify. ( Named according to the extension ID, to find the ID of the extension, go to chrome://extensions/). Once copied, you have to remove the _metadata folder.

  2. From chrome://extensions in Developer mode select Load unpacked extension... and select your copied extension folder, if it contains a subfolder this is named by the version, select this version folder where there is a manifest file, this file is necessary for Chrome.

  3. Make your changes, then select reload and refresh the page for your extension to see your changes.


Chrome extension directories

Mac:

/Users/username/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Extensions

Windows 7:

C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions

Windows XP:

C:\Documents and Settings\YourUserName\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default

Ubuntu 14.04:

~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Extensions/

Dynamically add data to a javascript map

Well any Javascript object functions sort-of like a "map"

randomObject['hello'] = 'world';

Typically people build simple objects for the purpose:

var myMap = {};

// ...

myMap[newKey] = newValue;

edit — well the problem with having an explicit "put" function is that you'd then have to go to pains to avoid having the function itself look like part of the map. It's not really a Javascripty thing to do.

13 Feb 2014 — modern JavaScript has facilities for creating object properties that aren't enumerable, and it's pretty easy to do. However, it's still the case that a "put" property, enumerable or not, would claim the property name "put" and make it unavailable. That is, there's still only one namespace per object.

A free tool to check C/C++ source code against a set of coding standards?

I have used a tool in my work its LDRA tool suite

It is used for testing the c/c++ code but it also can check against coding standards such as MISRA etc.

How to deal with SettingWithCopyWarning in Pandas

In general the point of the SettingWithCopyWarning is to show users (and especially new users) that they may be operating on a copy and not the original as they think. There are false positives (IOW if you know what you are doing it could be ok). One possibility is simply to turn off the (by default warn) warning as @Garrett suggest.

Here is another option:

In [1]: df = DataFrame(np.random.randn(5, 2), columns=list('AB'))

In [2]: dfa = df.ix[:, [1, 0]]

In [3]: dfa.is_copy
Out[3]: True

In [4]: dfa['A'] /= 2
/usr/local/bin/ipython:1: SettingWithCopyWarning: A value is trying to be set on a copy of a slice from a DataFrame.
Try using .loc[row_index,col_indexer] = value instead
  #!/usr/local/bin/python

You can set the is_copy flag to False, which will effectively turn off the check, for that object:

In [5]: dfa.is_copy = False

In [6]: dfa['A'] /= 2

If you explicitly copy then no further warning will happen:

In [7]: dfa = df.ix[:, [1, 0]].copy()

In [8]: dfa['A'] /= 2

The code the OP is showing above, while legitimate, and probably something I do as well, is technically a case for this warning, and not a false positive. Another way to not have the warning would be to do the selection operation via reindex, e.g.

quote_df = quote_df.reindex(columns=['STK', ...])

Or,

quote_df = quote_df.reindex(['STK', ...], axis=1)  # v.0.21

How to create a remote Git repository from a local one?

In current code folder.

git remote add origin http://yourdomain-of-git.com/project.git
git push --set-upstream origin master

Then review by

git remote --v

In Subversion can I be a user other than my login name?

Using Subversion with either the Apache module or svnserve. I've been able to perform operations as multiple users using --username.

Each time you invoke a Subversion command as a 'new' user, your $HOME/.subversion/auth/<authentication-method>/ directory will have a new entry cached for that user (assuming you are able to authenticate with the correct password or authentication method for the server you are contacting as that particular user).

Correct file permissions for WordPress

Define in wp_config file.

/var/www/html/Your-Project-File/wp-config.php

define( 'FS_METHOD', 'direct' );

chown - changes ownership of files/dirs. Ie. owner of the file/dir changes to the specified one, but it doesn't modify permissions.

sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www

How to make GREP select only numeric values?

How about:

df . -B MB | tail -1 | awk {'print $4'} | cut -d'%' -f1

How to change the name of a Django app?

If you use Pycharm, renaming an app is very easy with refactoring(Shift+F6 default) for all project files.
But make sure you delete the __pycache__ folders in the project directory & its sub-directories. Also be careful as it also renames comments too which you can exclude in the refactor preview window it will show you.
And you'll have to rename OldNameConfig(AppConfig): in apps.py of your renamed app in addition.

If you do not want to lose data of your database, you'll have to manually do it with query in database like the aforementioned answer.

iOS: Convert UTC NSDate to local Timezone

Swift 3+: UTC to Local and Local to UTC

extension Date {

    // Convert UTC (or GMT) to local time
    func toLocalTime() -> Date {
        let timezone = TimeZone.current
        let seconds = TimeInterval(timezone.secondsFromGMT(for: self))
        return Date(timeInterval: seconds, since: self)
    }

    // Convert local time to UTC (or GMT)
    func toGlobalTime() -> Date {
        let timezone = TimeZone.current
        let seconds = -TimeInterval(timezone.secondsFromGMT(for: self))
        return Date(timeInterval: seconds, since: self)
    }
}

How to select a CRAN mirror in R

Here is what I do, which is basically straight from the example(Startup) page:

## Default repo
local({r <- getOption("repos")
       r["CRAN"] <- "http://cran.r-project.org" 
       options(repos=r)
})

which is in ~/.Rprofile.

Edit: As it is now 2018, we can add that for the last few years the URL "https://cloud.r-project.org" has been preferable as it reflects a) https access and b) an "always-near-you" CDN.

Press Enter to move to next control

This may help:

private void textBox1_KeyDown(object sender, KeyEventArgs e)
{
    //
    // Detect the KeyEventArg's key enumerated constant.
    //
    if (e.KeyCode == Keys.Enter)
    {
        MessageBox.Show("You pressed enter! Good job!");
    }
}

Fill remaining vertical space - only CSS

If you can add an extra couple of divs so your html looks like this:

<div id="wrapper">
    <div id="first" class="row">
        <div class="cell"></div>
    </div>
    <div id="second" class="row">
        <div class="cell"></div>
    </div>
</div>

You can make use of the display:table properties:

#wrapper
{
   width:300px;
   height:100%;
   display:table;
}

.row 
{
   display:table-row;
}

.cell 
{
   display:table-cell;
}

#first .cell
{
   height:200px;
   background-color:#F5DEB3;
}

#second .cell
{
   background-color:#9ACD32;
}

Example

How to get the current time as datetime

With Swift 5, Foundation offers many ways to get the hour value from a Date object. According to your needs, you may choose one of the four following Playground code snippets.


#1. Using Calendar dateComponents(_:from:) method

Calendar has a method called dateComponents(_:from:). dateComponents(_:from:) has the following declaration:

func dateComponents(_ components: Set<Calendar.Component>, from date: Date) -> DateComponents

Returns all the date components of a date, using the calendar time zone.

Usage:

import Foundation

let date = Date()
let dateComponents = Calendar.current.dateComponents([.hour], from: date)
let hour = dateComponents.hour
print(String(describing: hour)) // may print: Optional(13)

#2. Using Calendar component(_:from:) method

Calendar has a method called component(_:from:). component(_:from:) has the following declaration:

Returns the value for one component of a date.

func component(_ component: Calendar.Component, from date: Date) -> Int

Usage:

import Foundation

let date = Date()
let hour = Calendar.current.component(.hour, from: date)
print(hour) // may print: 13

#3. Using DateFormatter dateFormat property

DateFormatter has a property called dateFormat. dateFormat has the following declaration:

var dateFormat: String! { get set }

The date format string used by the receiver.

Usage:

import Foundation

let date = Date()
let dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
dateFormatter.dateFormat = "HH"
let hour = dateFormatter.string(from: date)
print(hour) // may print: 13

#4. Using Dateformatter setLocalizedDateFormatFromTemplate(_:) method

Dateformatter has a method called setLocalizedDateFormatFromTemplate(_:). setLocalizedDateFormatFromTemplate(_:) has the following declaration:

func setLocalizedDateFormatFromTemplate(_ dateFormatTemplate: String)

Sets the date format from a template using the specified locale for the receiver.

Usage:

import Foundation

let date = Date()
let dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
dateFormatter.setLocalizedDateFormatFromTemplate("HH")
let hour = dateFormatter.string(from: date)
print(hour) // may print: 13

How do I watch a file for changes?

It should not work on windows (maybe with cygwin ?), but for unix user, you should use the "fcntl" system call. Here is an example in Python. It's mostly the same code if you need to write it in C (same function names)

import time
import fcntl
import os
import signal

FNAME = "/HOME/TOTO/FILETOWATCH"

def handler(signum, frame):
    print "File %s modified" % (FNAME,)

signal.signal(signal.SIGIO, handler)
fd = os.open(FNAME,  os.O_RDONLY)
fcntl.fcntl(fd, fcntl.F_SETSIG, 0)
fcntl.fcntl(fd, fcntl.F_NOTIFY,
            fcntl.DN_MODIFY | fcntl.DN_CREATE | fcntl.DN_MULTISHOT)

while True:
    time.sleep(10000)

Return single column from a multi-dimensional array

join(',', array_map(function (array $tag) { return $tag['tag_name']; }, $array))

Using os.walk() to recursively traverse directories in Python

This will give you the desired result

#!/usr/bin/python

import os

# traverse root directory, and list directories as dirs and files as files
for root, dirs, files in os.walk("."):
    path = root.split(os.sep)
    print((len(path) - 1) * '---', os.path.basename(root))
    for file in files:
        print(len(path) * '---', file)

How can I store the result of a system command in a Perl variable?

Use backticks for system commands, which helps to store their results into Perl variables.

my $pid = 5892;
my $not = ``top -H -p $pid -n 1 | grep myprocess | wc -l`; 
print "not = $not\n";

Capturing window.onbeforeunload

I seem to be a bit late to the party and much more of a beginner than any expertise; BUT this worked for me:

window.onbeforeunload = function() {
      return false;
};


I placed this as an inline script immediately after my Head and Meta elements, like this:

<script>
  window.onbeforeunload = function() {
     return false;
  }
</script>

This page seems to me to be highly relevant to the originator's requirement (especially the sections headed window.onunload and window.onbeforeunload): https://javascript.info/onload-ondomcontentloaded

Hoping this helps.

What to return if Spring MVC controller method doesn't return value?

you can return void, then you have to mark the method with @ResponseStatus(value = HttpStatus.OK) you don't need @ResponseBody

@RequestMapping(value = "/updateSomeData" method = RequestMethod.POST)
@ResponseStatus(value = HttpStatus.OK)
public void updateDataThatDoesntRequireClientToBeNotified(...) {
    ...
}

Only get methods return a 200 status code implicity, all others you have do one of three things:

  • Return void and mark the method with @ResponseStatus(value = HttpStatus.OK)
  • Return An object and mark it with @ResponseBody
  • Return an HttpEntity instance

IF EXISTS before INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE for optimization

That is not useful for just one update/delete/insert.
Possibly adds performance if several operators after if condition.
In last case better write

update a set .. where ..
if @@rowcount > 0 
begin
    ..
end

How to access SOAP services from iPhone

Here is a swift 4 sample code which execute API calling using SOAP service format.

   func callSOAPWSToGetData() {

        let strSOAPMessage =
            "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>" +
                "<soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi=\"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance\" xmlns:xsd=\"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema\" xmlns:soap=\"http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/\">" +
                "<soap:Body>" +
                "<CelsiusToFahrenheit xmlns=\"http://www.yourapi.com/webservices/\">" +
                "<Celsius>50</Celsius>" +
                "</CelsiusToFahrenheit>" +
                "</soap:Body>" +
        "</soap:Envelope>"

        guard let url = URL.init(string: "http://www.example.org") else {
            return
        }
        var request = URLRequest.init(url: url)
        let length = (strSOAPMessage as NSString).length
        request.addValue("application/soap+xml; charset=utf-8", forHTTPHeaderField: "Content-Type")
        request.addValue("http://www.yourapi.com/webservices/CelsiusToFahrenheit", forHTTPHeaderField: "SOAPAction")
        request.addValue(String(length), forHTTPHeaderField: "Content-Length")
        request.httpMethod = "POST"
        request.httpBody = strSOAPMessage.data(using: .utf8)

        let config = URLSessionConfiguration.default
        let session = URLSession(configuration: config)
        let task = session.dataTask(with: request) { (data, response, error) in
            guard let responseData = data else {
                print("Error: did not receive data")
                return
            }
            guard error == nil else {
                print("error calling GET on /todos/1")
                print(error ?? "")
                return
            }
            print(responseData)
            let strData = String.init(data: responseData, encoding: .utf8)
            print(strData ?? "")
        }
        task.resume()
    }

What is the cause for "angular is not defined"

You have not placed the script tags for angular js

you can do so by using cdn or downloading the angularjs for your project and then referencing it

after this you have to add your own java script in your case main.js

that should do

Predefined type 'System.ValueTuple´2´ is not defined or imported

I also came accross this issue as I upgraded from .NET 4.6.2 to .NET 4.7.2. Unfortunately, I was not able to remove the package reference to System.ValueTuple because another NuGet package I use depends on it.

Finally I was able to locate the root cause: There was a .NET 4.6.2 version of mscorlib.dll lying around in the project folder (output of a publish operation) and MSBuild decided to reference this assembly instead of the official .NET 4.7.2 reference assembly located in C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework\.NETFramework\v4.7.2.

Due to the fact that System.ValueTuple was introduced in .NET 4.7, MSBuild failed the compilation because it could not find the type in the reference assembly of .NET 4.6.2.

(duplicate of https://stackoverflow.com/a/57777123/128709)

How to escape "&" in XML?

'&' --> '&amp;'

'<' --> '&lt;'

'>' --> '&gt;'

Using a bitmask in C#

I have included an example here which demonstrates how you might store the mask in a database column as an int, and how you would reinstate the mask later on:

public enum DaysBitMask { Mon=0, Tues=1, Wed=2, Thu = 4, Fri = 8, Sat = 16, Sun = 32 }


DaysBitMask mask = DaysBitMask.Sat | DaysBitMask.Thu;
bool test;
if ((mask & DaysBitMask.Sat) == DaysBitMask.Sat)
    test = true;
if ((mask & DaysBitMask.Thu) == DaysBitMask.Thu)
    test = true;
if ((mask & DaysBitMask.Wed) != DaysBitMask.Wed)
    test = true;

// Store the value
int storedVal = (int)mask;

// Reinstate the mask and re-test
DaysBitMask reHydratedMask = (DaysBitMask)storedVal;

if ((reHydratedMask & DaysBitMask.Sat) == DaysBitMask.Sat)
    test = true;
if ((reHydratedMask & DaysBitMask.Thu) == DaysBitMask.Thu)
    test = true;
if ((reHydratedMask & DaysBitMask.Wed) != DaysBitMask.Wed)
    test = true;

How to use Lambda in LINQ select statement

using LINQ query expression

 IEnumerable<SelectListItem> stores =
        from store in database.Stores
        where store.CompanyID == curCompany.ID
        select new SelectListItem { Value = store.Name, Text = store.ID };

 ViewBag.storeSelector = stores;

or using LINQ extension methods with lambda expressions

 IEnumerable<SelectListItem> stores = database.Stores
        .Where(store => store.CompanyID == curCompany.ID)
        .Select(store => new SelectListItem { Value = store.Name, Text = store.ID });

 ViewBag.storeSelector = stores;

Opening a .ipynb.txt File

If you have a unix/linux system I'd just rename the file via command line

mv file_name.pynb.txt file_name.ipynb

worked like a charm for me!

How to connect access database in c#

Try this code,

public void ConnectToAccess()
{
    System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnection conn = new 
        System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnection();
    // TODO: Modify the connection string and include any
    // additional required properties for your database.
    conn.ConnectionString = @"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" +
        @"Data source= C:\Documents and Settings\username\" +
        @"My Documents\AccessFile.mdb";
    try
    {
        conn.Open();
        // Insert code to process data.
    }
        catch (Exception ex)
    {
        MessageBox.Show("Failed to connect to data source");
    }
    finally
    {
        conn.Close();
    }
}

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/5ybdbtte(v=vs.71).aspx

How do I return multiple values from a function in C?

Since one of your result types is a string (and you're using C, not C++), I recommend passing pointers as output parameters. Use:

void foo(int *a, char *s, int size);

and call it like this:

int a;
char *s = (char *)malloc(100); /* I never know how much to allocate :) */
foo(&a, s, 100);

In general, prefer to do the allocation in the calling function, not inside the function itself, so that you can be as open as possible for different allocation strategies.

Send array with Ajax to PHP script

 dataString = [];
   $.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: "script.php",
        data:{data: $(dataString).serializeArray()}, 
        cache: false,

        success: function(){
            alert("OK");
        }
    });

http://api.jquery.com/serializeArray/

Adding simple legend to plot in R

Take a look at ?legend and try this:

legend('topright', names(a)[-1] , 
   lty=1, col=c('red', 'blue', 'green',' brown'), bty='n', cex=.75)

enter image description here

SQL : BETWEEN vs <= and >=

I have a slight preference for BETWEEN because it makes it instantly clear to the reader that you are checking one field for a range. This is especially true if you have similar field names in your table.

If, say, our table has both a transactiondate and a transitiondate, if I read

transactiondate between ...

I know immediately that both ends of the test are against this one field.

If I read

transactiondate>='2009-04-17' and transactiondate<='2009-04-22'

I have to take an extra moment to make sure the two fields are the same.

Also, as a query gets edited over time, a sloppy programmer might separate the two fields. I've seen plenty of queries that say something like

where transactiondate>='2009-04-17'
  and salestype='A'
  and customernumber=customer.idnumber
  and transactiondate<='2009-04-22'

If they try this with a BETWEEN, of course, it will be a syntax error and promptly fixed.

Tkinter: How to use threads to preventing main event loop from "freezing"

I will submit the basis for an alternate solution. It is not specific to a Tk progress bar per se, but it can certainly be implemented very easily for that.

Here are some classes that allow you to run other tasks in the background of Tk, update the Tk controls when desired, and not lock up the gui!

Here's class TkRepeatingTask and BackgroundTask:

import threading

class TkRepeatingTask():

    def __init__( self, tkRoot, taskFuncPointer, freqencyMillis ):
        self.__tk_   = tkRoot
        self.__func_ = taskFuncPointer        
        self.__freq_ = freqencyMillis
        self.__isRunning_ = False

    def isRunning( self ) : return self.__isRunning_ 

    def start( self ) : 
        self.__isRunning_ = True
        self.__onTimer()

    def stop( self ) : self.__isRunning_ = False

    def __onTimer( self ): 
        if self.__isRunning_ :
            self.__func_() 
            self.__tk_.after( self.__freq_, self.__onTimer )

class BackgroundTask():

    def __init__( self, taskFuncPointer ):
        self.__taskFuncPointer_ = taskFuncPointer
        self.__workerThread_ = None
        self.__isRunning_ = False

    def taskFuncPointer( self ) : return self.__taskFuncPointer_

    def isRunning( self ) : 
        return self.__isRunning_ and self.__workerThread_.isAlive()

    def start( self ): 
        if not self.__isRunning_ :
            self.__isRunning_ = True
            self.__workerThread_ = self.WorkerThread( self )
            self.__workerThread_.start()

    def stop( self ) : self.__isRunning_ = False

    class WorkerThread( threading.Thread ):
        def __init__( self, bgTask ):      
            threading.Thread.__init__( self )
            self.__bgTask_ = bgTask

        def run( self ):
            try :
                self.__bgTask_.taskFuncPointer()( self.__bgTask_.isRunning )
            except Exception as e: print repr(e)
            self.__bgTask_.stop()

Here's a Tk test which demos the use of these. Just append this to the bottom of the module with those classes in it if you want to see the demo in action:

def tkThreadingTest():

    from tkinter import Tk, Label, Button, StringVar
    from time import sleep

    class UnitTestGUI:

        def __init__( self, master ):
            self.master = master
            master.title( "Threading Test" )

            self.testButton = Button( 
                self.master, text="Blocking", command=self.myLongProcess )
            self.testButton.pack()

            self.threadedButton = Button( 
                self.master, text="Threaded", command=self.onThreadedClicked )
            self.threadedButton.pack()

            self.cancelButton = Button( 
                self.master, text="Stop", command=self.onStopClicked )
            self.cancelButton.pack()

            self.statusLabelVar = StringVar()
            self.statusLabel = Label( master, textvariable=self.statusLabelVar )
            self.statusLabel.pack()

            self.clickMeButton = Button( 
                self.master, text="Click Me", command=self.onClickMeClicked )
            self.clickMeButton.pack()

            self.clickCountLabelVar = StringVar()            
            self.clickCountLabel = Label( master,  textvariable=self.clickCountLabelVar )
            self.clickCountLabel.pack()

            self.threadedButton = Button( 
                self.master, text="Timer", command=self.onTimerClicked )
            self.threadedButton.pack()

            self.timerCountLabelVar = StringVar()            
            self.timerCountLabel = Label( master,  textvariable=self.timerCountLabelVar )
            self.timerCountLabel.pack()

            self.timerCounter_=0

            self.clickCounter_=0

            self.bgTask = BackgroundTask( self.myLongProcess )

            self.timer = TkRepeatingTask( self.master, self.onTimer, 1 )

        def close( self ) :
            print "close"
            try: self.bgTask.stop()
            except: pass
            try: self.timer.stop()
            except: pass            
            self.master.quit()

        def onThreadedClicked( self ):
            print "onThreadedClicked"
            try: self.bgTask.start()
            except: pass

        def onTimerClicked( self ) :
            print "onTimerClicked"
            self.timer.start()

        def onStopClicked( self ) :
            print "onStopClicked"
            try: self.bgTask.stop()
            except: pass
            try: self.timer.stop()
            except: pass                        

        def onClickMeClicked( self ):
            print "onClickMeClicked"
            self.clickCounter_+=1
            self.clickCountLabelVar.set( str(self.clickCounter_) )

        def onTimer( self ) :
            print "onTimer"
            self.timerCounter_+=1
            self.timerCountLabelVar.set( str(self.timerCounter_) )

        def myLongProcess( self, isRunningFunc=None ) :
            print "starting myLongProcess"
            for i in range( 1, 10 ):
                try:
                    if not isRunningFunc() :
                        self.onMyLongProcessUpdate( "Stopped!" )
                        return
                except : pass   
                self.onMyLongProcessUpdate( i )
                sleep( 1.5 ) # simulate doing work
            self.onMyLongProcessUpdate( "Done!" )                

        def onMyLongProcessUpdate( self, status ) :
            print "Process Update: %s" % (status,)
            self.statusLabelVar.set( str(status) )

    root = Tk()    
    gui = UnitTestGUI( root )
    root.protocol( "WM_DELETE_WINDOW", gui.close )
    root.mainloop()

if __name__ == "__main__": 
    tkThreadingTest()

Two import points I'll stress about BackgroundTask:

1) The function you run in the background task needs to take a function pointer it will both invoke and respect, which allows the task to be cancelled mid way through - if possible.

2) You need to make sure the background task is stopped when you exit your application. That thread will still run even if your gui is closed if you don't address that!

T-SQL Cast versus Convert

To expand on the above answercopied by Shakti, I have actually been able to measure a performance difference between the two functions.

I was testing performance of variations of the solution to this question and found that the standard deviation and maximum runtimes were larger when using CAST.

Runtimes in milliseconds *Times in milliseconds, rounded to nearest 1/300th of a second as per the precision of the DateTime type

How to convert an array of strings to an array of floats in numpy?

If you have (or create) a single string, you can use np.fromstring:

import numpy as np
x = ["1.1", "2.2", "3.2"]
x = ','.join(x)
x = np.fromstring( x, dtype=np.float, sep=',' )

Note, x = ','.join(x) transforms the x array to string '1.1, 2.2, 3.2'. If you read a line from a txt file, each line will be already a string.

how to get the 30 days before date from Todays Date

Try adding this to your where clause:

dateadd(day, -30, getdate())

How To Use DateTimePicker In WPF?

There is DatePicker in WPF Tool Kit, but I have not seen DateTime Picker in WPF ToolKit. So I don't know what kind of DateTimePicker control John is talking about.

Python read-only property

someone mentioned using a proxy object, I didn't see an example of that so I ended up trying it out, [poorly].

/!\ Please prefer class definitions and class constructors if possible

this code is effectively re-writing class.__new__ (class constructor) except worse in every way. Save yourself the pain and do not use this pattern if you can.

def attr_proxy(obj):
    """ Use dynamic class definition to bind obj and proxy_attrs.
        If you can extend the target class constructor that is 
        cleaner, but its not always trivial to do so.
    """
    proxy_attrs = dict()

    class MyObjAttrProxy():
        def __getattr__(self, name):
            if name in proxy_attrs:
                return proxy_attrs[name]  # overloaded

            return getattr(obj, name)  # proxy

        def __setattr__(self, name, value):
            """ note, self is not bound when overloading methods
            """
            proxy_attrs[name] = value

    return MyObjAttrProxy()


myobj = attr_proxy(Object())
setattr(myobj, 'foo_str', 'foo')

def func_bind_obj_as_self(func, self):
    def _method(*args, **kwargs):
        return func(self, *args, **kwargs)
    return _method

def mymethod(self, foo_ct):
    """ self is not bound because we aren't using object __new__
        you can write the __setattr__ method to bind a self 
        argument, or declare your functions dynamically to bind in 
        a static object reference.
    """
    return self.foo_str + foo_ct

setattr(myobj, 'foo', func_bind_obj_as_self(mymethod, myobj))

How to create standard Borderless buttons (like in the design guideline mentioned)?

To clear some confusion:

This is done in 2 steps: Setting the button background attribute to android:attr/selectableItemBackground creates you a button with feedback but no background.

android:background="?android:attr/selectableItemBackground"

The line to divide the borderless button from the rest of you layout is done by a view with the background android:attr/dividerVertical

android:background="?android:attr/dividerVertical"

For a better understanding here is a layout for a OK / Cancel borderless button combination at the bottom of your screen (like in the right picture above).

<RelativeLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="48dp"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true">
        <View
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="1dip"
            android:layout_marginLeft="4dip"
            android:layout_marginRight="4dip"
            android:background="?android:attr/dividerVertical"
            android:layout_alignParentTop="true"/>
        <View
            android:id="@+id/ViewColorPickerHelper"
            android:layout_width="1dip"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:layout_alignParentTop="true"
            android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
            android:layout_marginBottom="4dip"
            android:layout_marginTop="4dip"
            android:background="?android:attr/dividerVertical" 
            android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"/>
        <Button
            android:id="@+id/BtnColorPickerCancel"
            android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:layout_alignParentLeft="true"
            android:layout_alignParentTop="true"
            android:layout_toLeftOf="@id/ViewColorPickerHelper"
            android:background="?android:attr/selectableItemBackground"
            android:text="@android:string/cancel" 
            android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"/>
        <Button
            android:id="@+id/BtnColorPickerOk"
            android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="match_parent"
            android:layout_alignParentRight="true"
            android:layout_alignParentTop="true"
            android:background="?android:attr/selectableItemBackground"
            android:text="@android:string/ok" 
            android:layout_alignParentBottom="true" 
            android:layout_toRightOf="@id/ViewColorPickerHelper"/>
    </RelativeLayout>

How to use Java property files?

in my opinion other ways are deprecated when we can do it very simple as below:

@PropertySource("classpath:application.properties")
public class SomeClass{

    @Autowired
    private Environment env;

    public void readProperty() {
        env.getProperty("language");
    }

}

it is so simple but i think that's the best way!! Enjoy

What does android:layout_weight mean?

Think it that way, will be simpler

If you have 3 buttons and their weights are 1,3,1 accordingly, it will work like table in HTML

Provide 5 portions for that line: 1 portion for button 1, 3 portion for button 2 and 1 portion for button 1

Regard,

Installing lxml module in python

If you are encountering this issue on an Alpine based image try this :

apk add --update --no-cache g++ gcc libxml2-dev libxslt-dev python-dev libffi-dev openssl-dev make

// pip install -r requirements.txt

Git: How to remove remote origin from Git repo

Instead of removing and re-adding, you can do this:

git remote set-url origin git://new.url.here

See this question: How to change the URI (URL) for a remote Git repository?

To remove remote use this:

git remote remove origin

REST API - Bulk Create or Update in single request

PUT ing

PUT /binders/{id}/docs Create or update, and relate a single document to a binder

e.g.:

PUT /binders/1/docs HTTP/1.1
{
  "docNumber" : 1
}

PATCH ing

PATCH /docs Create docs if they do not exist and relate them to binders

e.g.:

PATCH /docs HTTP/1.1
[
    { "op" : "add", "path" : "/binder/1/docs", "value" : { "doc_number" : 1 } },
    { "op" : "add", "path" : "/binder/8/docs", "value" : { "doc_number" : 8 } },
    { "op" : "add", "path" : "/binder/3/docs", "value" : { "doc_number" : 6 } }
] 

I'll include additional insights later, but in the meantime if you want to, have a look at RFC 5789, RFC 6902 and William Durand's Please. Don't Patch Like an Idiot blog entry.

git push: permission denied (public key)

The documentation from Github is really explanatory.

https://help.github.com/en/articles/adding-a-new-ssh-key-to-your-github-account https://help.github.com/en/articles/generating-a-new-ssh-key-and-adding-it-to-the-ssh-agent

I think you must do the lasts steps from the guide to proper configure your keys

$ eval "$(ssh-agent -s)"
$ ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa

How can I make space between two buttons in same div?

Just put the buttons in a class ( class="btn-toolbar" ) as told by bro Miroslav Popovic.It works awesome.

_x000D_
_x000D_
<div class="btn-toolbar">_x000D_
  <button type="button" id="btnSubmit" class="btn btn-primary btn-sm">Submit</button>_x000D_
  <button type="button" id="btnCancel" class="btn btn-primary btn-sm">Cancel</button>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to set shape's opacity?

In general you just have to define a slightly transparent color when creating the shape.

You can achieve that by setting the colors alpha channel.

#FF000000 will get you a solid black whereas #00000000 will get you a 100% transparent black (well it isn't black anymore obviously).

The color scheme is like this #AARRGGBB there A stands for alpha channel, R stands for red, G for green and B for blue.

The same thing applies if you set the color in Java. There it will only look like 0xFF000000.

UPDATE

In your case you'd have to add a solid node. Like below.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:id="@+id/shape_my">
    <stroke android:width="4dp" android:color="#636161" />
    <padding android:left="20dp"
        android:top="20dp"
        android:right="20dp"
        android:bottom="20dp" />
    <corners android:radius="24dp" />
    <solid android:color="#88000000" />
</shape>

The color here is a half transparent black.

List of tuples to dictionary

The dict constructor accepts input exactly as you have it (key/value tuples).

>>> l = [('a',1),('b',2)]
>>> d = dict(l)
>>> d
{'a': 1, 'b': 2}

From the documentation:

For example, these all return a dictionary equal to {"one": 1, "two": 2}:

dict(one=1, two=2)
dict({'one': 1, 'two': 2})
dict(zip(('one', 'two'), (1, 2)))
dict([['two', 2], ['one', 1]])

How to convert String to DOM Document object in java?

     public static void main(String[] args) {
    final String xmlStr = "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\" standalone=\"yes\"?>\n"+
                            "<Emp id=\"1\"><name>Pankaj</name><age>25</age>\n"+
                            "<role>Developer</role><gen>Male</gen></Emp>";
   DocumentBuilderFactory factory = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance();  
        DocumentBuilder builder;  
        try 
        {  
            builder = factory.newDocumentBuilder();  
            Document doc = builder.parse( new InputSource( new StringReader( xmlStr )) ); 

        } catch (Exception e) {  
            e.printStackTrace();  
        } 
  }

How to write a PHP ternary operator

You wouldn’t: it’s messy and hard to read.

You’re looking for the switch statement in the first case. The second is fine as it is but still could be converted for consistency

Ternary statements are much more suited to boolean values and alternating logic.

HTTP GET in VB.NET

Public Function getLoginresponce(ByVal email As String, ByVal password As String) As String
    Dim requestUrl As String = "your api"
    Dim request As HttpWebRequest = TryCast(WebRequest.Create(requestUrl), HttpWebRequest)
    Dim response As HttpWebResponse = TryCast(request.GetResponse(), HttpWebResponse)
    Dim dataStream As Stream = response.GetResponseStream()
    Dim reader As New StreamReader(dataStream)
    Dim responseFromServer As String = reader.ReadToEnd()
    Dim result = responseFromServer
    reader.Close()
    response.Close()
    Return result
End Function

Android - How To Override the "Back" button so it doesn't Finish() my Activity?

just do this

@Override
public void onBackPressed() {
    super.onBackPressed();
}

How to dismiss keyboard for UITextView with return key?

I found the answer by josebama to be the most complete and clean answer available in this thread.

Below is the Swift 4 syntax for it:

func textView(_ textView: UITextView, shouldChangeTextIn _: NSRange, replacementText text: String) -> Bool {
    let resultRange = text.rangeOfCharacter(from: CharacterSet.newlines, options: .backwards)
    if text.count == 1 && resultRange != nil {
        textView.resignFirstResponder()
        // Do any additional stuff here
        return false
    }
    return true
}

The view didn't return an HttpResponse object. It returned None instead

I had the same error using an UpdateView

I had this:

if form.is_valid() and form2.is_valid():
    form.save()
    form2.save()
    return HttpResponseRedirect(self.get_success_url())

and I solved just doing:

if form.is_valid() and form2.is_valid():
    form.save()
    form2.save()
    return HttpResponseRedirect(reverse_lazy('adopcion:solicitud_listar'))

Can you disable tabs in Bootstrap?

You can disable a tab in bootstrap 4 by adding class disabled to the child of nav-item as follows

<li class="nav-item">
    <a class="nav-link disabled" data-toggle="tab" href="#messages7" role="tab" aria-expanded="false">
        <i class="icofont icofont-ui-message"></i>Home</a>
    <div class="slide"></div>
</li>

Adding dictionaries together, Python

If you're interested in creating a new dict without using intermediary storage: (this is faster, and in my opinion, cleaner than using dict.items())

dic2 = dict(dic0, **dic1)

Or if you're happy to use one of the existing dicts:

dic0.update(dic1)

How to list AD group membership for AD users using input list?

The below code will return username group membership using the samaccountname. You can modify it to get input from a file or change the query to get accounts with non expiring passwords etc

$location = "c:\temp\Peace2.txt"
$users = (get-aduser -filter *).samaccountname
$le = $users.length
for($i = 0; $i -lt $le; $i++){
  $output = (get-aduser $users[$i] | Get-ADPrincipalGroupMembership).name
  $users[$i] + " " + $output 
  $z =  $users[$i] + " " + $output 
  add-content $location $z
}

Sample Output:

Administrator Domain Users Administrators Schema Admins Enterprise Admins Domain Admins Group Policy Creator Owners
Guest Domain Guests Guests
krbtgt Domain Users Denied RODC Password Replication Group
Redacted Domain Users CompanyUsers Production
Redacted Domain Users CompanyUsers Production
Redacted Domain Users CompanyUsers Production

using sql count in a case statement

The reason you're getting two rows instead of one is that you are grouping by rsp_ind in the outer query (which you did not, to my disappointment, share with us). There is nothing you can do to force one row instead of two without dealing with that GROUP BY item.

Where IN clause in LINQ

public List<Requirement> listInquiryLogged()
{
    using (DataClassesDataContext dt = new DataClassesDataContext(System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["ApplicationServices"].ConnectionString))
    {
        var inq = new int[] {1683,1684,1685,1686,1687,1688,1688,1689,1690,1691,1692,1693};
        var result = from Q in dt.Requirements
                     where inq.Contains(Q.ID)
                     orderby Q.Description
                     select Q;

        return result.ToList<Requirement>();
    }
}

Reducing video size with same format and reducing frame size

I found myself wanting to do this too recently, so I created a tool called Shrinkwrap that uses FFmpeg to transcode videos, while preserving as much of the original metadata as possible (including file modification timestamps).

You can run it as a docker container:

docker run -v /path/to/your/videos:/vids bennetimo/shrinkwrap \
--input-extension mp4 --ffmpeg-opts crf=22,preset=fast /vids

Where:

  • /path/to/your/videos/ is where the videos are that you want to convert
  • --input-extension is the type of videos you want to process, here .mp4
  • --ffmpeg-opts is any arbitrary FFmpeg options you want to use to customise the transcode

Then it will recursively find all of the video files that match the extension and transcode them all into files of the same name with a -tc suffix.

For more configuration options, presets for GoPro etc, see the readme.

Hope this helps someone!

Opacity CSS not working in IE8

CSS

I used to use the following from CSS-Tricks:

.transparent_class {
  /* IE 8 */
  -ms-filter: "progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(Opacity=50)";

  /* IE 5-7 */
  filter: alpha(opacity=50);

  /* Netscape */
  -moz-opacity: 0.5;

  /* Safari 1.x */
  -khtml-opacity: 0.5;

  /* Good browsers */
  opacity: 0.5;
}

Compass

However, a better solution is to use the Opacity Compass mixin, all you need to do is to @include opacity(0.1); and it will take care of any cross-browser issues for you. You can find an example here.

Monad in plain English? (For the OOP programmer with no FP background)

From a practical point of view (summarizing what has been said in many previous answers and related articles), it seems to me that one of the fundamental "purposes" (or usefulness) of the monad is to leverage the dependencies implicit in recursive method invocations aka function composition (i.e. when f1 calls f2 calls f3, f3 needs to be evaluated before f2 before f1) to represent sequential composition in a natural way, especially in the context of a lazy evaluation model (that is, sequential composition as a plain sequence, e.g. "f3(); f2(); f1();" in C - the trick is especially obvious if you think of a case where f3, f2 and f1 actually return nothing [their chaining as f1(f2(f3)) is artificial, purely intended to create sequence]).

This is especially relevant when side-effects are involved, i.e. when some state is altered (if f1, f2, f3 had no side-effects, it wouldn't matter in what order they're evaluated; which is a great property of pure functional languages, to be able to parallelize those computations for example). The more pure functions, the better.

I think from that narrow point of view, monads could be seen as syntactic sugar for languages that favor lazy evaluation (that evaluate things only when absolutely necessary, following an order that does not rely on the presentation of the code), and that have no other means of representing sequential composition. The net result is that sections of code that are "impure" (i.e. that do have side-effects) can be presented naturally, in an imperative manner, yet are cleanly separated from pure functions (with no side-effects), which can be evaluated lazily.

This is only one aspect though, as warned here.

In C#, what's the difference between \n and \r\n?

It's about how the operating system recognizes line ends.

  • Windows user \r\n
  • Mac user \r
  • Linux uses \n

Morale: if you are developing for Windows, stick to \r\n. Or even better, use C# string functions to deal with strings which already consider line endings (WriteLine, and such).

How to get the selected date of a MonthCalendar control in C#

I just noticed that if you do:

monthCalendar1.SelectionRange.Start.ToShortDateString() 

you will get only the date (e.g. 1/25/2014) from a MonthCalendar control.

It's opposite to:

monthCalendar1.SelectionRange.Start.ToString()

//The OUTPUT will be (e.g. 1/25/2014 12:00:00 AM)

Because these MonthCalendar properties are of type DateTime. See the msdn and the methods available to convert to a String representation. Also this may help to convert from a String to a DateTime object where applicable.

Best way to pretty print a hash

Use the answers above if you're printing to users.

If you only want to print it for yourself in console, I suggest using the pry gem instead of irb. Besides pretty printing, pry has a lot of other features as well (check railscast below)

gem install pry

And check this railscast:

http://railscasts.com/episodes/280-pry-with-rails

jQuery : select all element with custom attribute

As described by the link I've given in comment, this

$('p[MyTag]').each(function(index) {
  document.write(index + ': ' + $(this).text() + "<br>");});

works (playable example).

How to concatenate multiple column values into a single column in Panda dataframe

you can simply do:

In[17]:df['combined']=df['bar'].astype(str)+'_'+df['foo']+'_'+df['new']

In[17]:df
Out[18]: 
   bar foo     new    combined
0    1   a   apple   1_a_apple
1    2   b  banana  2_b_banana
2    3   c    pear    3_c_pear

Python: Find in list

Instead of using list.index(x) which returns the index of x if it is found in list or returns a #ValueError message if x is not found, you could use list.count(x) which returns the number of occurrences of x in list (validation that x is indeed in the list) or it returns 0 otherwise (in the absence of x). The cool thing about count() is that it doesn't break your code or require you to throw an exception for when x is not found

Calling a rest api with username and password - how to

If the API says to use HTTP Basic authentication, then you need to add an Authorization header to your request. I'd alter your code to look like this:

    WebRequest req = WebRequest.Create(@"https://sub.domain.com/api/operations?param=value&param2=value");
    req.Method = "GET";
    req.Headers["Authorization"] = "Basic " + Convert.ToBase64String(Encoding.Default.GetBytes("username:password"));
    //req.Credentials = new NetworkCredential("username", "password");
    HttpWebResponse resp = req.GetResponse() as HttpWebResponse;

Replacing "username" and "password" with the correct values, of course.

Difference between an API and SDK

You use an SDK to access functionality of a library, and an API to control it.

Is the 'as' keyword required in Oracle to define an alias?

AS without double quotations is good.

SELECT employee_id,department_id AS department
FROM employees
order by department

--ok--

SELECT employee_id,department_id AS "department"
FROM employees
order by department

--error on oracle--

so better to use AS without double quotation if you use ORDER BY clause

How do I use .woff fonts for my website?

You need to declare @font-face like this in your stylesheet

@font-face {
  font-family: 'Awesome-Font';
  font-style: normal;
  font-weight: 400;
  src: local('Awesome-Font'), local('Awesome-Font-Regular'), url(path/Awesome-Font.woff) format('woff');
}

Now if you want to apply this font to a paragraph simply use it like this..

p {
font-family: 'Awesome-Font', Arial;
}

More Reference

Convert YYYYMMDD to DATE

The error is happening because you (or whoever designed this table) have a bunch of dates in VARCHAR. Why are you (or whoever designed this table) storing dates as strings? Do you (or whoever designed this table) also store salary and prices and distances as strings?

To find the values that are causing issues (so you (or whoever designed this table) can fix them):

SELECT GRADUATION_DATE FROM mydb
  WHERE ISDATE(GRADUATION_DATE) = 0;

Bet you have at least one row. Fix those values, and then FIX THE TABLE. Or ask whoever designed the table to FIX THE TABLE. Really nicely.

ALTER TABLE mydb ALTER COLUMN GRADUATION_DATE DATE;

Now you don't have to worry about the formatting - you can always format as YYYYMMDD or YYYY-MM-DD on the client, or using CONVERT in SQL. When you have a valid date as a string literal, you can use:

SELECT CONVERT(CHAR(10), '20120101', 120);

...but this is better done on the client (if at all).

There's a popular term - garbage in, garbage out. You're never going to be able to convert to a date (never mind convert to a string in a specific format) if your data type choice (or the data type choice of whoever designed the table) inherently allows garbage into your table. Please fix it. Or ask whoever designed the table (again, really nicely) to fix it.

Difference between DOM parentNode and parentElement

there is one more difference, but only in internet explorer. It occurs when you mix HTML and SVG. if the parent is the 'other' of those two, then .parentNode gives the parent, while .parentElement gives undefined.

jQuery - Appending a div to body, the body is the object?

$('</div>').attr('id', 'holdy').appendTo('body');

file_put_contents - failed to open stream: Permission denied

For anyone using Ubuntu and receiving this error when loading the page locally, but not on a web hosting service,

I just fixed this by opening up nautilus (sudo nautilus) and right click on the file you're trying to open, click properties > Settings > and give read write to 'everyone else'

How to check if ZooKeeper is running or up from command prompt?

echo stat | nc localhost 2181 | grep Mode
echo srvr | nc localhost 2181 | grep Mode #(From 3.3.0 onwards)

Above will work in whichever modes Zookeeper is running (standalone or embedded).

Another way

If zookeeper is running in standalone mode, its a JVM process. so -

jps | grep Quorum

will display list of jvm processes; something like this for zookeeper with process ID

HQuorumPeer

Creating a JSON array in C#

new {var_data[counter] =new [] { 
                new{  "S NO":  "+ obj_Data_Row["F_ID_ITEM_MASTER"].ToString() +","PART NAME": " + obj_Data_Row["F_PART_NAME"].ToString() + ","PART ID": " + obj_Data_Row["F_PART_ID"].ToString() + ","PART CODE":" + obj_Data_Row["F_PART_CODE"].ToString() + ", "CIENT PART ID": " + obj_Data_Row["F_ID_CLIENT"].ToString() + ","TYPES":" + obj_Data_Row["F_TYPE"].ToString() + ","UOM":" + obj_Data_Row["F_UOM"].ToString() + ","SPECIFICATION":" + obj_Data_Row["F_SPECIFICATION"].ToString() + ","MODEL":" + obj_Data_Row["F_MODEL"].ToString() + ","LOCATION":" + obj_Data_Row["F_LOCATION"].ToString() + ","STD WEIGHT":" + obj_Data_Row["F_STD_WEIGHT"].ToString() + ","THICKNESS":" + obj_Data_Row["F_THICKNESS"].ToString() + ","WIDTH":" + obj_Data_Row["F_WIDTH"].ToString() + ","HEIGHT":" + obj_Data_Row["F_HEIGHT"].ToString() + ","STUFF QUALITY":" + obj_Data_Row["F_STUFF_QTY"].ToString() + ","FREIGHT":" + obj_Data_Row["F_FREIGHT"].ToString() + ","THRESHOLD FG":" + obj_Data_Row["F_THRESHOLD_FG"].ToString() + ","THRESHOLD CL STOCK":" + obj_Data_Row["F_THRESHOLD_CL_STOCK"].ToString() + ","DESCRIPTION":" + obj_Data_Row["F_DESCRIPTION"].ToString() + "}
        }
    };

Two Decimal places using c#

Another way :

decimal.Round(decimalvalue, 2, MidpointRounding.AwayFromZero);

invalid byte sequence for encoding "UTF8"

You can replace the backslash character with, for example a pipe character, with sed.

sed -i -- 's/\\/|/g' filename.txt

Kill python interpeter in linux from the terminal

There's a rather crude way of doing this, but be careful because first, this relies on python interpreter process identifying themselves as python, and second, it has the concomitant effect of also killing any other processes identified by that name.

In short, you can kill all python interpreters by typing this into your shell (make sure you read the caveats above!):

ps aux | grep python | grep -v "grep python" | awk '{print $2}' | xargs kill -9

To break this down, this is how it works. The first bit, ps aux | grep python | grep -v "grep python", gets the list of all processes calling themselves python, with the grep -v making sure that the grep command you just ran isn't also included in the output. Next, we use awk to get the second column of the output, which has the process ID's. Finally, these processes are all (rather unceremoniously) killed by supplying each of them with kill -9.

How to rotate portrait/landscape Android emulator?

Yes. Thanks

Ctrl + F11 for Portrait

and

Ctrl + F12 for Landscape

ASP.NET Web Site or ASP.NET Web Application?

It depends on what you are developing.

A content-oriented website will have its content changing frequently and a Website is better for that.

An application tends to have its data stored in a database and its pages and code change rarely. In this case it's better to have a Web application where deployment of assemblies is much more controlled and has better support for unit testing.

Uncaught (in promise): Error: StaticInjectorError(AppModule)[options]

If we need to move from one component to another service then we have to define that service into app.module providers array.

How to use a table type in a SELECT FROM statement?

You can't do it in a single query inside the package - you can't mix the SQL and PL/SQL types, and would need to define the types in the SQL layer as Tony, Marcin and Thio have said.

If you really want this done locally, and you can index the table type by VARCHAR instead of BINARY_INTEGER, you can do something like this:

-- dummy ITEM table as we don't know what the real ones looks like
create table item(
    item_num number,
    currency varchar2(9)
)
/   

insert into item values(1,'GBP');
insert into item values(2,'AUD');
insert into item values(3,'GBP');
insert into item values(4,'AUD');
insert into item values(5,'CDN');

create package so_5165580 as
    type exch_row is record(
        exch_rt_eur number,
        exch_rt_usd number);
    type exch_tbl is table of exch_row index by varchar2(9);
    exch_rt exch_tbl;
    procedure show_items;
end so_5165580;
/

create package body so_5165580 as
    procedure populate_rates is
        rate exch_row;
    begin
        rate.exch_rt_eur := 0.614394;
        rate.exch_rt_usd := 0.8494;
        exch_rt('GBP') := rate;
        rate.exch_rt_eur := 0.9817;
        rate.exch_rt_usd := 1.3572;
        exch_rt('AUD') := rate;
    end;

    procedure show_items is
        cursor c0 is
            select i.*
            from item i;
    begin
        for r0 in c0 loop
            if exch_rt.exists(r0.currency) then
                dbms_output.put_line('Item ' || r0.item_num
                    || ' Currency ' || r0.currency
                    || ' EUR ' || exch_rt(r0.currency).exch_rt_eur
                    || ' USD ' || exch_rt(r0.currency).exch_rt_usd);
            else
                dbms_output.put_line('Item ' || r0.item_num
                    || ' Currency ' || r0.currency
                    || ' ** no rates defined **');
            end if;
        end loop;
    end;
begin
    populate_rates;
end so_5165580;
/

So inside your loop, wherever you would have expected to use r0.exch_rt_eur you instead use exch_rt(r0.currency).exch_rt_eur, and the same for USD. Testing from an anonymous block:

begin
    so_5165580.show_items;
end;
/

Item 1 Currency GBP EUR .614394 USD .8494
Item 2 Currency AUD EUR .9817 USD 1.3572
Item 3 Currency GBP EUR .614394 USD .8494
Item 4 Currency AUD EUR .9817 USD 1.3572
Item 5 Currency CDN ** no rates defined **

Based on the answer Stef posted, this doesn't need to be in a package at all; the same results could be achieved with an insert statement. Assuming EXCH holds exchange rates of other currencies against the Euro, including USD with currency_key=1:

insert into detail_items
with rt as (select c.currency_cd as currency_cd,
        e.exch_rt as exch_rt_eur,
        (e.exch_rt / usd.exch_rt) as exch_rt_usd
    from exch e,
        currency c,
        (select exch_rt from exch where currency_key = 1) usd
    where c.currency_key = e.currency_key)
select i.doc,
    i.doc_currency,
    i.net_value,
    i.net_value / rt.exch_rt_usd AS net_value_in_usd,
    i.net_value / rt.exch_rt_eur as net_value_in_euro
from item i
join rt on i.doc_currency = rt.currency_cd;

With items valued at 19.99 GBP and 25.00 AUD, you get detail_items:

DOC DOC_CURRENCY NET_VALUE         NET_VALUE_IN_USD  NET_VALUE_IN_EURO
--- ------------ ----------------- ----------------- -----------------
1   GBP          19.99             32.53611          23.53426
2   AUD          25                25.46041          18.41621

If you want the currency stuff to be more re-usable you could create a view:

create view rt as
select c.currency_cd as currency_cd,
    e.exch_rt as exch_rt_eur,
    (e.exch_rt / usd.exch_rt) as exch_rt_usd
from exch e,
    currency c,
    (select exch_rt from exch where currency_key = 1) usd
where c.currency_key = e.currency_key;

And then insert using values from that:

insert into detail_items
select i.doc,
    i.doc_currency,
    i.net_value,
    i.net_value / rt.exch_rt_usd AS net_value_in_usd,
    i.net_value / rt.exch_rt_eur as net_value_in_euro
from item i
join rt on i.doc_currency = rt.currency_cd;

Scala vs. Groovy vs. Clojure

Obviously, the syntax are completely different (Groovy is closest to Java), but I suppose that is not what you are asking for.

If you are interested in using them to script a Java application, Scala is probably not a good choice, as there is no easy way to evaluate it from Java, whereas Groovy is especially suited for that purpose.

Authentication issue when debugging in VS2013 - iis express

F4 doesn't always bring me to this panel. Besides, it is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words.

enter image description here

How to get line count of a large file cheaply in Python?

If all the lines in your file are the same length (and contain only ASCII characters)*, you can do the following very cheaply:

fileSize     = os.path.getsize( pathToFile )  # file size in bytes
bytesPerLine = someInteger                    # don't forget to account for the newline character
numLines     = fileSize // bytesPerLine

*I suspect more effort would be required to determine the number of bytes in a line if unicode characters like é are used.

Clicking URLs opens default browser

The method boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView view, String url) was deprecated in API 24. If you are supporting new devices you should use boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading (WebView view, WebResourceRequest request).

You can use both by doing something like this:

if(Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.N) {
    newsItem.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {
        @Override
        public boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView view, WebResourceRequest request) {
            view.loadUrl(request.getUrl().toString());
            return true;
        }
    });
} else {
    newsItem.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {
        @Override
        public boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView view, String url) {
            view.loadUrl(url);
            return true;
        }
    });
}

make arrayList.toArray() return more specific types

It doesn't really need to return Object[], for example:-

    List<Custom> list = new ArrayList<Custom>();
    list.add(new Custom(1));
    list.add(new Custom(2));

    Custom[] customs = new Custom[list.size()];
    list.toArray(customs);

    for (Custom custom : customs) {
        System.out.println(custom);
    }

Here's my Custom class:-

public class Custom {
    private int i;

    public Custom(int i) {
        this.i = i;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return String.valueOf(i);
    }
}

adding css file with jquery

I don't think you can attach down into a window that you are instancing... I KNOW you can't do it if the url's are on different domains (XSS and all that jazz), but you can talk UP from that window and access elements of the parent window assuming they are on the same domain. your best bet is to attach the stylesheet at the page you are loading, and if that page isn't on the same domain, (e.g. trying to restyle some one else's page,) you won't be able to.

How can I make a checkbox readonly? not disabled?

Make a fake checkbox with no name and value, force the value in an hidden field:

<input type="checkbox" disabled="disabled" checked="checked">
<input type="hidden" name="name" value="true">

Note: if you put name and value in the checkbox, it will be anyway overwritten by the input with the same name

What's the difference between Instant and LocalDateTime?

One main difference is the Local part of LocalDateTime. If you live in Germany and create a LocalDateTime instance and someone else lives in USA and creates another instance at the very same moment (provided the clocks are properly set) - the value of those objects would actually be different. This does not apply to Instant, which is calculated independently from time zone.

LocalDateTime stores date and time without timezone, but it's initial value is timezone dependent. Instant's is not.

Moreover, LocalDateTime provides methods for manipulating date components like days, hours, months. An Instant does not.

apart from the nanosecond precision advantage of Instant and the time-zone part of LocalDateTime

Both classes have the same precision. LocalDateTime does not store timezone. Read javadocs thoroughly, because you may make a big mistake with such invalid assumptions: Instant and LocalDateTime.

What does \u003C mean?

Those are unicode escapes. The general unicode escapes looks like \uxxxx where xxxx are the hexadecimal digits of the ASCI characters. They are used mainly to insert special characters inside a javascript string.

Execution failed app:processDebugResources Android Studio

You're hitting bug https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=42752. The cause usually seems to be a reference to a nonexistent string in one of your menu resources.

Xcode 9 Swift Language Version (SWIFT_VERSION)

For Objective C Projects created using Xcode 8 and now opening in Xcode 9, it is showing the same error as mentioned in the question.

To fix that, Press the + button in Build Settings and select Add User-Defined Setting as shown in the image below

build setting

Then in the new row created add SWIFT_VERSION as key and 3.2 as value like below.

enter image description here

It will fix the error for objective c projects.

Execute a command line binary with Node.js

Since version 4 the closest alternative is child_process.execSync method:

const {execSync} = require('child_process');

let output = execSync('prince -v builds/pdf/book.html -o builds/pdf/book.pdf');

?? Note that execSync call blocks event loop.

Get first 100 characters from string, respecting full words

All you need to do is use:

$pos=strpos($content, ' ', 200);
substr($content,0,$pos ); 

iterrows pandas get next rows value

I would use shift() function as follows:

df['value_1'] = df.value.shift(-1)
[print(x) for x in df.T.unstack().dropna(how = 'any').values];

which produces

AA
BB
BB
CC
CC

This is how the code above works:

Step 1) Use shift function

df['value_1'] = df.value.shift(-1)
print(df)

produces

value value_1
0    AA      BB
1    BB      CC
2    CC     NaN

step 2) Transpose:

df = df.T
print(df)

produces:

          0   1    2
value    AA  BB   CC
value_1  BB  CC  NaN

Step 3) Unstack:

df = df.unstack()
print(df)

produces:

0  value       AA
   value_1     BB
1  value       BB
   value_1     CC
2  value       CC
   value_1    NaN
dtype: object

Step 4) Drop NaN values

df = df.dropna(how = 'any')
print(df)

produces:

0  value      AA
   value_1    BB
1  value      BB
   value_1    CC
2  value      CC
dtype: object

Step 5) Return a Numpy representation of the DataFrame, and print value by value:

df = df.values
[print(x) for x in df];

produces:

AA
BB
BB
CC
CC

Not unique table/alias

 select persons.personsid,name,info.id,address
    -> from persons
    -> inner join persons on info.infoid = info.info.id;

How different is Scrum practice from Agile Practice?

Agile is not a methodology, embracing the agile manifesto means adopting a particular philosophy about software development. Within that philosophical perspective, there are many processes and practices. Scrum is a set of practices that follow agile principles. Many people grab onto the practices and processes without embracing (or even understanding) the underlying philosophy and they often end up with gorillarinas.

CMake is not able to find BOOST libraries

Thanks Paul-g for your advise. For my part it was a bit different.

I installed Boost by following the Step 5 of : https://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_59_0/more/getting_started/unix-variants.html

And then I add PATH directory in the "FindBoos.cmake", located in /usr/local/share/cmake-3.5/Modules :

SET (BOOST_ROOT "../boost_1_60_0")
SET (BOOST_INCLUDEDIR "../boost_1_60_0/boost")
SET (BOOST_LIBRARYDIR "../boost_1_60_0/libs")

SET (BOOST_MIN_VERSION "1.55.0")
set (Boost_NO_BOOST_CMAKE ON)

How to print time in format: 2009-08-10 18:17:54.811

None of the solutions on this page worked for me, I mixed them up and made them working with Windows and Visual Studio 2019, Here's How :

#include <Windows.h>
#include <time.h> 
#include <chrono>

static int gettimeofday(struct timeval* tp, struct timezone* tzp) {
    namespace sc = std::chrono;
    sc::system_clock::duration d = sc::system_clock::now().time_since_epoch();
    sc::seconds s = sc::duration_cast<sc::seconds>(d);
    tp->tv_sec = s.count();
    tp->tv_usec = sc::duration_cast<sc::microseconds>(d - s).count();
    return 0;
}

static char* getFormattedTime() {
    static char buffer[26];

    // For Miliseconds
    int millisec;
    struct tm* tm_info;
    struct timeval tv;

    // For Time
    time_t rawtime;
    struct tm* timeinfo;

    gettimeofday(&tv, NULL);

    millisec = lrint(tv.tv_usec / 1000.0);
    if (millisec >= 1000) 
    {
        millisec -= 1000;
        tv.tv_sec++;
    }

    time(&rawtime);
    timeinfo = localtime(&rawtime);

    strftime(buffer, 26, "%Y:%m:%d %H:%M:%S", timeinfo);
    sprintf_s(buffer, 26, "%s.%03d", buffer, millisec);

    return buffer;
}

Result :

2020:08:02 06:41:59.107

2020:08:02 06:41:59.196

Difference between setTimeout with and without quotes and parentheses

i think the setTimeout function that you write is not being run. if you use jquery, you can make it run correctly by doing this :

    function alertMsg() {
      //your func
    }

    $(document).ready(function() {
       setTimeout(alertMsg,3000); 
       // the function you called by setTimeout must not be a string.
    });

WPF button click in C# code

I don't think WPF supports what you are trying to achieve i.e. assigning method to a button using method's name or btn1.Click = "btn1_Click". You will have to use approach suggested in above answers i.e. register button click event with appropriate method btn1.Click += btn1_Click;

Update multiple columns in SQL

If you need to re-type this several times, you can do like I did once. Get your columns` names into rows in excel sheet (write down at the end of each column name (=) which is easy in notepad++) on the right side make a column to copy and paste your value that will correspond to the new entries at each column. Then on the right of them in an independent column put the commas as designed

Then you will have to copy your values into the middle column each time then just paste then and run

I do not know an easier solution

Equivalent to 'app.config' for a library (DLL)

Configuration files are application-scoped and not assembly-scoped. So you'll need to put your library's configuration sections in every application's configuration file that is using your library.

That said, it is not a good practice to get configuration from the application's configuration file, specially the appSettings section, in a class library. If your library needs parameters, they should probably be passed as method arguments in constructors, factory methods, etc. by whoever is calling your library. This prevents calling applications from accidentally reusing configuration entries that were expected by the class library.

That said, XML configuration files are extremely handy, so the best compromise that I've found is using custom configuration sections. You get to put your library's configuration in an XML file that is automatically read and parsed by the framework and you avoid potential accidents.

You can learn more about custom configuration sections on MSDN and also Phil Haack has a nice article on them.

How to get on scroll events?

Listen to window:scroll event for window/document level scrolling and element's scroll event for element level scrolling.

window:scroll

@HostListener('window:scroll', ['$event'])
onWindowScroll($event) {

}

or

<div (window:scroll)="onWindowScroll($event)">

scroll

@HostListener('scroll', ['$event'])
onElementScroll($event) {

}

or

<div (scroll)="onElementScroll($event)">

@HostListener('scroll', ['$event']) won't work if the host element itself is not scroll-able.

Examples

How can I convert a .jar to an .exe?

If your program is "publicly available non-commercial in nature" and has "a publicly available Web site that meets the basic quality standards", then you can try and get a free license of Excelsior. If its not then it's expensive, but still a viable option.

Program: https://www.excelsiorjet.com

As a side note: Here's a study of all existing Jar to EXE programs, which is a bit depressing - https://www.excelsior-usa.com/articles/java-to-exe.html

Telling gcc directly to link a library statically

It is possible of course, use -l: instead of -l. For example -l:libXYZ.a to link with libXYZ.a. Notice the lib written out, as opposed to -lXYZ which would auto expand to libXYZ.

Java JTextField with input hint

Here is a single class copy/paste solution:

import java.awt.Color;
import java.awt.Graphics;
import java.awt.event.FocusEvent;
import java.awt.event.FocusListener;

import javax.swing.plaf.basic.BasicTextFieldUI;
import javax.swing.text.JTextComponent;


public class HintTextFieldUI extends BasicTextFieldUI implements FocusListener {

    private String hint;
    private boolean hideOnFocus;
    private Color color;

    public Color getColor() {
        return color;
    }

    public void setColor(Color color) {
        this.color = color;
        repaint();
    }

    private void repaint() {
        if(getComponent() != null) {
            getComponent().repaint();           
        }
    }

    public boolean isHideOnFocus() {
        return hideOnFocus;
    }

    public void setHideOnFocus(boolean hideOnFocus) {
        this.hideOnFocus = hideOnFocus;
        repaint();
    }

    public String getHint() {
        return hint;
    }

    public void setHint(String hint) {
        this.hint = hint;
        repaint();
    }
    public HintTextFieldUI(String hint) {
        this(hint,false);
    }

    public HintTextFieldUI(String hint, boolean hideOnFocus) {
        this(hint,hideOnFocus, null);
    }

    public HintTextFieldUI(String hint, boolean hideOnFocus, Color color) {
        this.hint = hint;
        this.hideOnFocus = hideOnFocus;
        this.color = color;
    }

    @Override
    protected void paintSafely(Graphics g) {
        super.paintSafely(g);
        JTextComponent comp = getComponent();
        if(hint!=null && comp.getText().length() == 0 && (!(hideOnFocus && comp.hasFocus()))){
            if(color != null) {
                g.setColor(color);
            } else {
                g.setColor(comp.getForeground().brighter().brighter().brighter());              
            }
            int padding = (comp.getHeight() - comp.getFont().getSize())/2;
            g.drawString(hint, 2, comp.getHeight()-padding-1);          
        }
    }

    @Override
    public void focusGained(FocusEvent e) {
        if(hideOnFocus) repaint();

    }

    @Override
    public void focusLost(FocusEvent e) {
        if(hideOnFocus) repaint();
    }
    @Override
    protected void installListeners() {
        super.installListeners();
        getComponent().addFocusListener(this);
    }
    @Override
    protected void uninstallListeners() {
        super.uninstallListeners();
        getComponent().removeFocusListener(this);
    }
}

Use it like this:

TextField field = new JTextField();
field.setUI(new HintTextFieldUI("Search", true));

Note that it is happening in protected void paintSafely(Graphics g).

Command-line Git on Windows

As @birryree said, add msysgit's binary to your PATH, or use Git Bash (installed with msysgit as far as I remember) which is better than Windows' console and similar to the Unix one.

docker run <IMAGE> <MULTIPLE COMMANDS>

If you want to store the result in one file outside the container, in your local machine, you can do something like this.

RES_FILE=$(readlink -f /tmp/result.txt)

docker run --rm -v ${RES_FILE}:/result.txt img bash -c "cat /etc/passwd | grep root > /result.txt"

The result of your commands will be available in /tmp/result.txt in your local machine.

How can I find where Python is installed on Windows?

In your Python interpreter, type the following commands:

>>> import os
>>> import sys
>>> os.path.dirname(sys.executable)
'C:\\Python25'

Also, you can club all these and use a single line command. Open cmd and enter following command

python -c "import os, sys; print(os.path.dirname(sys.executable))"

pandas dataframe columns scaling with sklearn

You can do it using pandas only:

In [235]:
dfTest = pd.DataFrame({'A':[14.00,90.20,90.95,96.27,91.21],'B':[103.02,107.26,110.35,114.23,114.68], 'C':['big','small','big','small','small']})
df = dfTest[['A', 'B']]
df_norm = (df - df.min()) / (df.max() - df.min())
print df_norm
print pd.concat((df_norm, dfTest.C),1)

          A         B
0  0.000000  0.000000
1  0.926219  0.363636
2  0.935335  0.628645
3  1.000000  0.961407
4  0.938495  1.000000
          A         B      C
0  0.000000  0.000000    big
1  0.926219  0.363636  small
2  0.935335  0.628645    big
3  1.000000  0.961407  small
4  0.938495  1.000000  small

Git Diff with Beyond Compare

For whatever reason, for me, the tmp file created by git diff was being deleted before it opened in beyond compare. I had to copy it out to another location first.

cp -r $2 "/cygdrive/c/temp$2"
cygstart /cygdrive/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/Beyond\ Compare\ 3/BCompare.exe "C:/temp$2" "$5"

RS256 vs HS256: What's the difference?

There is a difference in performance.

Simply put HS256 is about 1 order of magnitude faster than RS256 for verification but about 2 orders of magnitude faster than RS256 for issuing (signing).

 640,251  91,464.3 ops/s
  86,123  12,303.3 ops/s (RS256 verify)
   7,046   1,006.5 ops/s (RS256 sign)

Don't get hung up on the actual numbers, just think of them with respect of each other.

[Program.cs]

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        foreach (var duration in new[] { 1, 3, 5, 7 })
        {
            var t = TimeSpan.FromSeconds(duration);

            byte[] publicKey, privateKey;

            using (var rsa = new RSACryptoServiceProvider())
            {
                publicKey = rsa.ExportCspBlob(false);
                privateKey = rsa.ExportCspBlob(true);
            }

            byte[] key = new byte[64];

            using (var rng = new RNGCryptoServiceProvider())
            {
                rng.GetBytes(key);
            }

            var s1 = new Stopwatch();
            var n1 = 0;

            using (var hs256 = new HMACSHA256(key))
            {
                while (s1.Elapsed < t)
                {
                    s1.Start();
                    var hash = hs256.ComputeHash(privateKey);
                    s1.Stop();
                    n1++;
                }
            }

            byte[] sign;

            using (var rsa = new RSACryptoServiceProvider())
            {
                rsa.ImportCspBlob(privateKey);

                sign = rsa.SignData(privateKey, "SHA256");
            }

            var s2 = new Stopwatch();
            var n2 = 0;

            using (var rsa = new RSACryptoServiceProvider())
            {
                rsa.ImportCspBlob(publicKey);

                while (s2.Elapsed < t)
                {
                    s2.Start();
                    var success = rsa.VerifyData(privateKey, "SHA256", sign);
                    s2.Stop();
                    n2++;
                }
            }

            var s3 = new Stopwatch();
            var n3 = 0;

            using (var rsa = new RSACryptoServiceProvider())
            {
                rsa.ImportCspBlob(privateKey);

                while (s3.Elapsed < t)
                {
                    s3.Start();
                    rsa.SignData(privateKey, "SHA256");
                    s3.Stop();
                    n3++;
                }
            }

            Console.WriteLine($"{s1.Elapsed.TotalSeconds:0} {n1,7:N0} {n1 / s1.Elapsed.TotalSeconds,9:N1} ops/s");
            Console.WriteLine($"{s2.Elapsed.TotalSeconds:0} {n2,7:N0} {n2 / s2.Elapsed.TotalSeconds,9:N1} ops/s");
            Console.WriteLine($"{s3.Elapsed.TotalSeconds:0} {n3,7:N0} {n3 / s3.Elapsed.TotalSeconds,9:N1} ops/s");

            Console.WriteLine($"RS256 is {(n1 / s1.Elapsed.TotalSeconds) / (n2 / s2.Elapsed.TotalSeconds),9:N1}x slower (verify)");
            Console.WriteLine($"RS256 is {(n1 / s1.Elapsed.TotalSeconds) / (n3 / s3.Elapsed.TotalSeconds),9:N1}x slower (issue)");

            // RS256 is about 7.5x slower, but it can still do over 10K ops per sec.
        }
    }
}

How to call Stored Procedure in Entity Framework 6 (Code-First)?

object[] xparams = {
            new SqlParameter("@ParametterWithNummvalue", DBNull.Value),
            new SqlParameter("@In_Parameter", "Value"),
            new SqlParameter("@Out_Parameter", SqlDbType.Int) {Direction = ParameterDirection.Output}};

        YourDbContext.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand("exec StoreProcedure_Name @ParametterWithNummvalue, @In_Parameter, @Out_Parameter", xparams);
        var ReturnValue = ((SqlParameter)params[2]).Value;  

How can I use custom fonts on a website?

First, you gotta put your font as either a .otf or .ttf somewhere on your server.

Then use CSS to declare the new font family like this:

@font-face {
    font-family: MyFont;
    src: url('pathway/myfont.otf'); 
    }

If you link your document to the CSS file that you declared your font family in, you can use that font just like any other font.