Programs & Examples On #Accounting

Systematic recording, reporting, and analysis of financial transactions of a business.

How to convert JSON object to an Typescript array?

To convert any JSON to array, use the below code:

const usersJson: any[] = Array.of(res.json());

Find the number of employees in each department - SQL Oracle

A request to list "Number of employees in each department" or "Display how many people work in each department" is the same as "For each department, list the number of employees", this must include departments with no employees. In the sample database, Operations has 0 employees. So a LEFT OUTER JOIN should be used.

SELECT dept.name, COUNT(emp.empno) AS count
FROM dept
LEFT OUTER JOIN emp ON emp.deptno = dept.deptno
GROUP BY dept.name;

Using SUMIFS with multiple AND OR conditions

You might consider referencing the actual date/time in the source column for Quote_Month, then you could transform your OR into a couple of ANDs, something like (assuing the date's in something I've chosen to call Quote_Date)

=SUMIFS(Quote_Value,"<=90",Quote_Date,">="&DATE(2013,11,1),Quote_Date,"<="&DATE(2013,12,31),Salesman,"=JBloggs",Days_To_Close)

(I moved the interesting conditions to the front).

This approach works here because that "OR" condition is actually specifying a date range - it might not work in other cases.

Looping each row in datagridview

I used the solution below to export all datagrid values to a text file, rather than using the column names you can use the column index instead.

foreach (DataGridViewRow row in xxxCsvDG.Rows)
{
    File.AppendAllText(csvLocation, row.Cells[0].Value + "," + row.Cells[1].Value + "," + row.Cells[2].Value + "," + row.Cells[3].Value + Environment.NewLine);
}

Complex JSON nesting of objects and arrays

Make sure you follow the language definition for JSON. In your second example, the section:

"labs":[{
    ""
}]

Is invalid since an object must be composed of zero or more key-value pairs "a" : "b", where "b" may be any valid value. Some parsers may automatically interpret { "" } to be { "" : null }, but this is not a clearly defined case.

Also, you are using a nested array of objects [{}] quite a bit. I would only do this if:

  1. There is no good "identifier" string for each object in the array.
  2. There is some clear reason for having an array over a key-value for that entry.

Can a table have two foreign keys?

create table Table1
(
  id varchar(2),
  name varchar(2),
  PRIMARY KEY (id)
)


Create table Table1_Addr
(
  addid varchar(2),
  Address varchar(2),
  PRIMARY KEY (addid)
)

Create table Table1_sal
(
  salid varchar(2),`enter code here`
  addid varchar(2),
  id varchar(2),
  PRIMARY KEY (salid),
  index(addid),
  index(id),
  FOREIGN KEY (addid) REFERENCES Table1_Addr(addid),
  FOREIGN KEY (id) REFERENCES Table1(id)
)

Sort objects in an array alphabetically on one property of the array

do it like this

objArrayy.sort(function(a, b){
 var nameA=a.name.toLowerCase(), nameB=b.name.toLowerCase()
 if (nameA < nameB) //sort string ascending
  return -1
 if (nameA > nameB)
  return 1
 return 0 //default return value (no sorting)
});
console.log(objArray)

Oracle date difference to get number of years

For Oracle SQL Developer I was able to calculate the difference in years using the below line of SQL. This was to get Years that were within 0 to 10 years difference. You can do a case like shown in some of the other responses to handle your ifs as well. Happy Coding!

TRUNC((MONTHS_BETWEEN(<DATE_ONE>, <DATE_TWO>) * 31) / 365) > 0 and TRUNC((MONTHS_BETWEEN(<DATE_ONE>, <DATE_TWO>) * 31) / 365) < 10

Create PDF with Java

Another alternative would be JasperReports: JasperReports Library. It uses iText itself and is more than a PDF library you asked for, but if it fits your needs I'd go for it.

Simply put, it allows you to design reports that can be filled during runtime. If you use a custom datasource, you might be able to integrate JasperReports easily into the existing system. It would save you the whole layouting troubles, e.g. when invoices span over more sites where each side should have a footer and so on.

How do I sort strings alphabetically while accounting for value when a string is numeric?

Value is a string

List = List.OrderBy(c => c.Value.Length).ThenBy(c => c.Value).ToList();

Works

How do I create JavaScript array (JSON format) dynamically?

Our array of objects

var someData = [
   {firstName: "Max", lastName: "Mustermann", age: 40},
   {firstName: "Hagbard", lastName: "Celine", age: 44},
   {firstName: "Karl", lastName: "Koch", age: 42},
];

with for...in

var employees = {
    accounting: []
};

for(var i in someData) {    

    var item = someData[i];   

    employees.accounting.push({ 
        "firstName" : item.firstName,
        "lastName"  : item.lastName,
        "age"       : item.age 
    });
}

or with Array.prototype.map(), which is much cleaner:

var employees = {
    accounting: []
};

someData.map(function(item) {        
   employees.accounting.push({ 
        "firstName" : item.firstName,
        "lastName"  : item.lastName,
        "age"       : item.age 
    });
}

Formatting a field using ToText in a Crystal Reports formula field

I think you are looking for ToText(CCur(@Price}/{ValuationReport.YestPrice}*100-100))

You can use CCur to convert numbers or string to Curency formats. CCur(number) or CCur(string)


I think this may be what you are looking for,

Replace (ToText(CCur({field})),"$" , "") that will give the parentheses for negative numbers

It is a little hacky, but I'm not sure CR is very kind in the ways of formatting

close fancy box from function from within open 'fancybox'

Use this to close it instead:

$.fn.fancybox.close();

Judging from the fancybox source code, that is how they handle closing it internally.

How can I regenerate ios folder in React Native project?

Simply remove/delete android and ios (keep backup android and ios folder) and run following command:

  react-native eject

Supported version : 
    react-native <= 0.59.10
    react-native-cli <= 1.3.0 



   react-native upgrade --legacy true

Supported version : 
        react-native >= 0.60.0
        react-native-cli >= 2.1.0 

Ref : link

What is the equivalent to a JavaScript setInterval/setTimeout in Android/Java?

setInterval()

function that repeats itself in every n milliseconds

Javascript

 setInterval(function(){ Console.log("A Kiss every 5 seconds"); }, 5000);

Approximate java Equivalent

new Timer().scheduleAtFixedRate(new TimerTask(){
    @Override
    public void run(){
       Log.i("tag", "A Kiss every 5 seconds");
    }
},0,5000);

setTimeout()

function that works only after n milliseconds

Javascript

setTimeout(function(){ Console.log("A Kiss after 5 seconds"); },5000);

Approximate java Equivalent

new android.os.Handler().postDelayed(
    new Runnable() {
        public void run() {
            Log.i("tag","A Kiss after 5 seconds");
        }
}, 5000);

Java string replace and the NUL (NULL, ASCII 0) character?

I think it should be the case. To erase the character, you should use replace(".", "") instead.

When to use: Java 8+ interface default method, vs. abstract method

Default methods in Java Interface are to be used more for providing dummy implementation of a function thus saving any implementing class of that interface from the pain of declaring all the abstract methods even if they want to deal with only one. Default methods in interface are thus in a way more a replacement for the concept of adapter classes.

The methods in abstract class are however supposed to give a meaningful implementation which any child class should override only if needed to override a common functionality.

javascript regex for special characters

There are some issue with above written Regex.

This works perfectly.

^[a-zA-Z\d\-_.,\s]+$

Only allowed special characters are included here and can be extended after comma.

Change Title of Javascript Alert

You can't. The alert is a simple popup where you only can affect the content text.

If you want to change anything else, you have to use a different way of creating a popup.

How to edit Docker container files from the host?

The following worked for me

docker run -it IMAGE_NAME /bin/bash

eg. my image was called ipython/notebook

docker run -it ipython/notebook /bin/bash

Why is a div with "display: table-cell;" not affected by margin?

If you have div next each other like this

<div id="1" style="float:left; margin-right:5px">

</div>
<div id="2" style="float:left">

</div>

This should work!

Is there any method to get the URL without query string?

var url = window.location.origin + window.location.pathname;

Create a copy of a table within the same database DB2

CREATE TABLE NEW_TABLENAME LIKE OLD_TABLENAME;

Works for DB2 V 9.7

Are there any free Xml Diff/Merge tools available?

While this is not a GUI tool, my quick tests indicated that diffxml has some promise. The author appears to have thought about the complexities of representing diffs for nested elements in a standardized way (his DUL - Delta Update Language specification).

Installing and running his tools, I can say that the raw text output is quite clear and concise. It doesn't offer the same degree of immediate apprehension as a GUI tool, but given that the output is standardized as DUL, perhaps you would be able to take that and build a tool to generate a visual representation. I'd certainly love to see one.

The author's "links" section does reference a few other XML differencing tools, but as you mentioned in your post, they're all proprietary.

Emulator in Android Studio doesn't start

I spent several hours on this problem. What worked for me was opening the Tools->Android->SDK Manager, choosing Android SDK under System Settings on the left of the screen and going to the SDK tools tab. I then unchecked the settings for Android emulator and the Intel x86 Emulator Accelerator. I applied these changes, restarted Android Studio and then re-checked these option and applied the changes. The program reinstalled the emulator components and things seem to work. Hope this helps someone.

Element count of an array in C++

_countof(my_array) in MSVC

I can thing of only one case: the array contains elements that are of different derived types of the type of the array.

Elements of an array in C++ are objects, not pointers, so you cannot have derived type object as an element.

And like mentioned above, sizeof(my_array) (like _countof() as well) will work just in the scope of array definition.

Multi-key dictionary in c#?

I frequently use this because it's short and provides the syntactic sugar I need...

public class MultiKeyDictionary<T1, T2, T3> : Dictionary<T1, Dictionary<T2, T3>>
{
    new public Dictionary<T2, T3> this[T1 key]
    {
        get
        {
            if (!ContainsKey(key))
                Add(key, new Dictionary<T2, T3>());

            Dictionary<T2, T3> returnObj;
            TryGetValue(key, out returnObj);

            return returnObj;
        }
    }
}

To use it:

dict[cat][fish] = 9000;

where the "Cat" key doesn't have to exist either.

Resetting Select2 value in dropdown with reset button

I'd try something like this:

$(function(){
    $("#searchclear").click(function(){
        $("#d").select2('val', 'All');
    });
});

XPath OR operator for different nodes

If you want to select only one of two nodes with union operator, you can use this solution: (//bookstore/book/title | //bookstore/city/zipcode/title)[1]

Read/Parse text file line by line in VBA

for the most basic read of a text file, use open

example:

Dim FileNum As Integer
Dim DataLine As String

FileNum = FreeFile()
Open "Filename" For Input As #FileNum

While Not EOF(FileNum)
    Line Input #FileNum, DataLine ' read in data 1 line at a time
    ' decide what to do with dataline, 
    ' depending on what processing you need to do for each case
Wend

How to convert JSON object to an Typescript array?

To convert any JSON to array, use the below code:

const usersJson: any[] = Array.of(res.json());

Best way to compare two complex objects

Serialize both objects and compare the resulting strings

How to print SQL statement in codeigniter model

To display the query string:

print_r($this->db->last_query());    

To display the query result:

print_r($query);

The Profiler Class will display benchmark results, queries you have run, and $_POST data at the bottom of your pages. To enable the profiler place the following line anywhere within your Controller methods:

$this->output->enable_profiler(TRUE);

Profiling user guide: https://www.codeigniter.com/user_guide/general/profiling.html

CSS Input field text color of inputted text

Change your second style to this:

input, select, textarea{
    color: #ff0000;
}

At the moment, you are telling the form to change the text to black once the focus is off. The above remedies that.

Also, it is a good idea to place the normal state styles ahead of the :focus and :hover styles in your stylesheet. That helps prevent this problem. So

input, select, textarea{
    color: #ff0000;
}

textarea:focus, input:focus {
    color: #ff0000;
}

Removing the first 3 characters from a string

Use the substring method of the String class :

String removeCurrency=amount.getText().toString().substring(3);

Ways to circumvent the same-origin policy

The JSONP comes to mind:

JSONP or "JSON with padding" is a complement to the base JSON data format, a usage pattern that allows a page to request and more meaningfully use JSON from a server other than the primary server. JSONP is an alternative to a more recent method called Cross-Origin Resource Sharing.

Why does comparing strings using either '==' or 'is' sometimes produce a different result?

The == operator tests value equivalence. The is operator tests object identity, and Python tests whether the two are really the same object (i.e., live at the same address in memory).

>>> a = 'banana'
>>> b = 'banana'
>>> a is b
True

In this example, Python only created one string object, and both a and b refers to it. The reason is that Python internally caches and reuses some strings as an optimization. There really is just a string 'banana' in memory, shared by a and b. To trigger the normal behavior, you need to use longer strings:

>>> a = 'a longer banana'
>>> b = 'a longer banana'
>>> a == b, a is b
(True, False)

When you create two lists, you get two objects:

>>> a = [1, 2, 3]
>>> b = [1, 2, 3]
>>> a is b
False

In this case we would say that the two lists are equivalent, because they have the same elements, but not identical, because they are not the same object. If two objects are identical, they are also equivalent, but if they are equivalent, they are not necessarily identical.

If a refers to an object and you assign b = a, then both variables refer to the same object:

>>> a = [1, 2, 3]
>>> b = a
>>> b is a
True

Implicit type conversion rules in C++ operators

If you exclude the unsigned types, there is an ordered hierarchy: signed char, short, int, long, long long, float, double, long double. First, anything coming before int in the above will be converted to int. Then, in a binary operation, the lower ranked type will be converted to the higher, and the results will be the type of the higher. (You'll note that, from the hierarchy, anytime a floating point and an integral type are involved, the integral type will be converted to the floating point type.)

Unsigned complicates things a bit: it perturbs the ranking, and parts of the ranking become implementation defined. Because of this, it's best to not mix signed and unsigned in the same expression. (Most C++ experts seem to avoid unsigned unless bitwise operations are involved. That is, at least, what Stroustrup recommends.)

Multiple aggregate functions in HAVING clause

There is no need to do two checks, why not just check for count = 3:

GROUP BY meetingID
HAVING COUNT(caseID) = 3

If you want to use the multiple checks, then you can use:

GROUP BY meetingID
HAVING COUNT(caseID) > 2
 AND COUNT(caseID) < 4

How do I remove a property from a JavaScript object?

Object.assign() & Object.keys() & Array.map()

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Android: Bitmaps loaded from gallery are rotated in ImageView

So, as an example...

First you need to create an ExifInterface:

ExifInterface exif = new ExifInterface(filename);

You can then grab the orientation of the image:

orientation = exif.getAttributeInt(ExifInterface.TAG_ORIENTATION, 1);

Here's what the orientation values mean: http://sylvana.net/jpegcrop/exif_orientation.html

So, the most important values are 3, 6 and 8. If the orientation is ExifInterface.ORIENTATION_ROTATE_90 (which is 6), for example, you can rotate the image like this:

Matrix matrix = new Matrix();
matrix.postRotate(90);
rotatedBitmap = Bitmap.createBitmap(sourceBitmap, 0, 0, sourceBitmap.getWidth(), sourceBitmap.getHeight(), matrix, true);

That's just a quick example, though. I'm sure there are other ways of performing the actual rotation. But you will find those on StackOverflow as well.

Convert InputStream to JSONObject

You can use this api https://code.google.com/p/google-gson/
It's simple and very useful,

Here's how to use the https://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ Api to resolve your problem

public class Test {
  public static void main(String... strings) throws FileNotFoundException  {
    Reader reader = new FileReader(new File("<fullPath>/json.js"));
    JsonElement elem = new JsonParser().parse(reader);
    Gson gson  = new GsonBuilder().create();
   TestObject o = gson.fromJson(elem, TestObject.class);
   System.out.println(o);
  }


}

class TestObject{
  public String fName;
  public String lName;
  public String toString() {
    return fName +" "+lName;
  }
}


json.js file content :

{"fName":"Mohamed",
"lName":"Ali"
}

Make Bootstrap's Carousel both center AND responsive?

in bootstrap v4, i center and fill the carousel img to the screen using

<img class="d-block mx-auto" max-width="100%" max-height="100%">

pretty sure this requires parent elements' height or width to be set

html,body{height:100%;}
.carousel,.carousel-item,.active{height:100%;}
.carousel-inner{height:100%;}

Convert list to array in Java

I came across this code snippet that solves it.

//Creating a sample ArrayList 
List<Long> list = new ArrayList<Long>();

//Adding some long type values
list.add(100l);
list.add(200l);
list.add(300l);

//Converting the ArrayList to a Long
Long[] array = (Long[]) list.toArray(new Long[list.size()]);

//Printing the results
System.out.println(array[0] + " " + array[1] + " " + array[2]);

The conversion works as follows:

  1. It creates a new Long array, with the size of the original list
  2. It converts the original ArrayList to an array using the newly created one
  3. It casts that array into a Long array (Long[]), which I appropriately named 'array'

Bulk load data conversion error (type mismatch or invalid character for the specified codepage) for row 1, column 4 (Year)

My guess is it's an encoding problem, for instance your file is UTF-8 but SQL will not read it the way it should, so it attempts to insert 100ÿ or something along these lines into your table.

Possible fixes:

  1. Specify Codepage
  2. Change the Encoding of the source using Powershell

Code samples:

1.
BULK INSERT myTable FROM 'c:\Temp\myfile.csv' WITH (
  FIELDTERMINATOR = '£',
  ROWTERMINATOR = '\n',
  CODEPAGE = 'ACP' -- ACP corresponds to ANSI, also try UTF-8 or 65001 for Unicode
);

2.
get-content "myfile.csv" | Set-content -Path "myfile.csv" -Encoding String
# String = ANSI, also try Ascii, Oem, Unicode, UTF7, UTF8, UTF32

Chrome Fullscreen API

In Google's closure library project , there is a module which has do the job , below is the API and source code.

Closure library fullscreen.js API

Closure libray fullscreen.js Code

How to restrict UITextField to take only numbers in Swift?

To allow only numbers and just one decimal operator, you can use this solution:

func textField(textField: UITextField, shouldChangeCharactersInRange range: NSRange, replacementString string: String) -> Bool {
    let isNumber = NSCharacterSet.decimalDigitCharacterSet().isSupersetOfSet(NSCharacterSet(charactersInString: string))

    return isNumber || (string == NSNumberFormatter().decimalSeparator && textField.text?.containsString(string) == false)
}

Escape Character in SQL Server

If you want to escape user input in a variable you can do like below within SQL

  Set @userinput = replace(@userinput,'''','''''')

The @userinput will be now escaped with an extra single quote for every occurance of a quote

Joining 2 SQL SELECT result sets into one

Use JOIN to join the subqueries and use ON to say where the rows from each subquery must match:

SELECT T1.col_a, T1.col_b, T2.col_c
FROM (SELECT col_a, col_b, ...etc...) AS T1
JOIN (SELECT col_a, col_c, ...etc...) AS T2
ON T1.col_a = T2.col_a

If there are some values of col_a that are in T1 but not in T2, you can use a LEFT OUTER JOIN instead.

concatenate two database columns into one resultset column

Normal behaviour with NULL is that any operation including a NULL yields a NULL...

- 9 * NULL  = NULL  
- NULL + '' = NULL  
- etc  

To overcome this use ISNULL or COALESCE to replace any instances of NULL with something else..

SELECT (ISNULL(field1,'') + '' + ISNULL(field2,'') + '' + ISNULL(field3,'')) FROM table1

How do I fix PyDev "Undefined variable from import" errors?

I had the same problem. I am using Python and Eclipse on Windows. The code was running just fine, but eclipse show errors everywhere. After I changed the name of the folder 'Lib' to 'lib' (C:\Python27\lib), the problem was solved. It seems that if the capitalization of the letters doesn't match the one in the configuration file, this will sometimes cause problems (but it seems like not always, because the error checking was fine for long time before the problems suddenly appeared for no obvious reason).

Bootstrap4 adding scrollbar to div

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  height:600px;
  overflow-y: scroll;
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<html>
<head>
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script>
</script>
</head>
<body>

<h1>Smooth Scroll</h1>

<div class="Scroll">
  <div class="main" id="section1">
    <h2>Section 1</h2>
    <p>Click on the link to see the "smooth" scrolling effect.</p>
    <p>Note: Remove the scroll-behavior property to remove smooth scrolling.</p>
  </div>
  <div class="main" id="section2">
    <h2>Section 2</h2>
    <p>Knowing how to write a paragraph is incredibly important. It’s a basic aspect of writing, and it is something that everyone should know how to do. There is a specific structure that you have to follow when you’re writing a paragraph. This structure helps make it easier for the reader to understand what is going on. Through writing good paragraphs, a person can communicate a lot better through their writing.</p>
  </div>
  <div class="main" id="section3">
    <h2>Section 3</h2>
    <p>Knowing how to write a paragraph is incredibly important. It’s a basic aspect of writing, and it is something that everyone should know how to do. There is a specific structure that you have to follow when you’re writing a paragraph. This structure helps make it easier for the reader to understand what is going on. Through writing good paragraphs, a person can communicate a lot better through their writing.</p>
  </div>
  <div class="main" id="section4">
    <h2>Section 4</h2>
    <p>Knowing how to write a paragraph is incredibly important. It’s a basic aspect of writing, and it is something that everyone should know how to do. There is a specific structure that you have to follow when you’re writing a paragraph. This structure helps make it easier for the reader to understand what is going on. Through writing good paragraphs, a person can communicate a lot better through their writing.</p>
  </div>

  <div class="main" id="section5">
    <h2>Section 5</h2>
    <a href="#section1">Click Me to Smooth Scroll to Section 1 Above</a>
  </div>
  <div class="main" id="section6">
    <h2>Section 6</h2>
    <p>Knowing how to write a paragraph is incredibly important. It’s a basic aspect of writing, and it is something that everyone should know how to do. There is a specific structure that you have to follow when you’re writing a paragraph. This structure helps make it easier for the reader to understand what is going on. Through writing good paragraphs, a person can communicate a lot better through their writing.</p>
  </div>
  <div class="main" id="section7">
    <h2>Section 7</h2>
    <a href="#section1">Click Me to Smooth Scroll to Section 1 Above</a>
  </div>
</div>
</body>
</html>
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What is the problem with shadowing names defined in outer scopes?

There isn't any big deal in your above snippet, but imagine a function with a few more arguments and quite a few more lines of code. Then you decide to rename your data argument as yadda, but miss one of the places it is used in the function's body... Now data refers to the global, and you start having weird behaviour - where you would have a much more obvious NameError if you didn't have a global name data.

Also remember that in Python everything is an object (including modules, classes and functions), so there's no distinct namespaces for functions, modules or classes. Another scenario is that you import function foo at the top of your module, and use it somewhere in your function body. Then you add a new argument to your function and named it - bad luck - foo.

Finally, built-in functions and types also live in the same namespace and can be shadowed the same way.

None of this is much of a problem if you have short functions, good naming and a decent unit test coverage, but well, sometimes you have to maintain less than perfect code and being warned about such possible issues might help.

Add border-bottom to table row <tr>

<td style="border-bottom-style: solid; border-bottom: thick dotted #ff0000; ">

You can do the same to the whole row as well.

There is border-bottom-style, border-top-style,border-left-style,border-right-style. Or simply border-style that apply to all four borders at once.

You can see (and TRY YOURSELF online) more details here

Java Garbage Collection Log messages

I just wanted to mention that one can get the detailed GC log with the

-XX:+PrintGCDetails 

parameter. Then you see the PSYoungGen or PSPermGen output like in the answer.

Also -Xloggc:gc.log seems to generate the same output like -verbose:gc but you can specify an output file in the first.

Example usage:

java -Xloggc:./memory.log -XX:+PrintGCDetails Memory

To visualize the data better you can try gcviewer (a more recent version can be found on github).

Take care to write the parameters correctly, I forgot the "+" and my JBoss would not start up, without any error message!

What’s the difference between "Array()" and "[]" while declaring a JavaScript array?

In order to better understand [] and new Array():

> []
  []
> new Array()
  []
> [] == []
  false
> [] === []
  false
> new Array() == new Array()
  false
> new Array() === new Array()
  false
> typeof ([])
  "object"
> typeof (new Array())
  "object"
> [] === new Array()
  false
> [] == new Array()
  false

The above result is from Google Chrome console on Windows 7.

window.onload vs <body onload=""/>

I prefer, generally, to not use the <body onload=""> event. I think it's cleaner to keep behavior separated from content as much as possible.

That said, there are occasions (usually pretty rare for me) where using body onload can give a slight speed boost.

I like to use Prototype so I generally put something like this in the <head> of my page:

document.observe("dom:loaded", function(){
  alert('The DOM is loaded!');
});

or

Event.observe(window, 'load', function(){
  alert('Window onload');
});

The above are tricks I learned here. I'm very fond of the concept of attach event handlers outside of the HTML.

(Edit to correct spelling mistake in code.)

How to use wget in php?

I understand you want to open a xml file using php. That's called to parse a xml file. The best reference is here.

http://php.net/manual/de/function.xml-parse.php

How do I read text from the clipboard?

Use Pythons library Clipboard

Its simply used like this:

import clipboard
clipboard.copy("this text is now in the clipboard")
print clipboard.paste()  

How to set selectedIndex of select element using display text?

You can set the index by this code :

sel.selectedIndex = 0;

but remember a caution in this practice, You would not be able to call the server side onclick method if you select the previous value selected in the drop down..

Java FileWriter how to write to next Line

You can call the method newLine() provided by java, to insert the new line in to a file.

For more refernce -http://download.oracle.com/javase/1.4.2/docs/api/java/io/BufferedWriter.html#newLine()

Convert an ArrayList to an object array

Using these libraries:

  • gson-2.8.5.jar
  • json-20180813.jar

Using this code:

List<Object[]> testNovedads = crudService.createNativeQuery(
                "SELECT cantidad, id FROM NOVEDADES GROUP BY id ");

        Gson gson = new Gson();
        String json = gson.toJson(new TestNovedad());
        JSONObject jsonObject = new JSONObject(json);
        Collection<TestNovedad> novedads = new ArrayList<>();
        for (Object[] object : testNovedads) {
            Iterator<String> iterator = jsonObject.keys();
            int pos = 0;
            for (Iterator i = iterator; i.hasNext();) {
                jsonObject.put((String) i.next(), object[pos++]);
            }
            novedads.add(gson.fromJson(jsonObject.toString(), TestNovedad.class));
        }
        for (TestNovedad testNovedad : novedads) {
            System.out.println(testNovedad.toString());
        }

/**
 * Autores: Chalo Mejia 
 * Fecha: 01/10/2020
 */
package org.main;

import java.io.Serializable;

public class TestNovedad implements Serializable {

    private static final long serialVersionUID = -6362794385792247263L;

    private int id;

    private int cantidad;

    public TestNovedad() {
        // TODO Auto-generated constructor stub
    }

    public int getId() {
        return id;
    }

    public void setId(int id) {
        this.id = id;
    }

    public int getCantidad() {
        return cantidad;
    }

    public void setCantidad(int cantidad) {
        this.cantidad = cantidad;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return "TestNovedad [id=" + id + ", cantidad=" + cantidad + "]";
    }

}

How to format a QString?

You can use QString.arg like this

QString my_formatted_string = QString("%1/%2-%3.txt").arg("~", "Tom", "Jane");
// You get "~/Tom-Jane.txt"

This method is preferred over sprintf because:

Changing the position of the string without having to change the ordering of substitution, e.g.

// To get "~/Jane-Tom.txt"
QString my_formatted_string = QString("%1/%3-%2.txt").arg("~", "Tom", "Jane");

Or, changing the type of the arguments doesn't require changing the format string, e.g.

// To get "~/Tom-1.txt"
QString my_formatted_string = QString("%1/%2-%3.txt").arg("~", "Tom", QString::number(1));

As you can see, the change is minimal. Of course, you generally do not need to care about the type that is passed into QString::arg() since most types are correctly overloaded.

One drawback though: QString::arg() doesn't handle std::string. You will need to call: QString::fromStdString() on your std::string to make it into a QString before passing it to QString::arg(). Try to separate the classes that use QString from the classes that use std::string. Or if you can, switch to QString altogether.

UPDATE: Examples are updated thanks to Frank Osterfeld.

UPDATE: Examples are updated thanks to alexisdm.

Align the form to the center in Bootstrap 4

You need to use the various Bootstrap 4 centering methods...

  • Use text-center for inline elements.
  • Use justify-content-center for flexbox elements (ie; form-inline)

https://codeply.com/go/Am5LvvjTxC

Also, to offset the column, the col-sm-* must be contained within a .row, and the .row must be in a container...

<section id="cover">
    <div id="cover-caption">
        <div id="container" class="container">
            <div class="row">
                <div class="col-sm-10 offset-sm-1 text-center">
                    <h1 class="display-3">Welcome to Bootstrap 4</h1>
                    <div class="info-form">
                        <form action="" class="form-inline justify-content-center">
                            <div class="form-group">
                                <label class="sr-only">Name</label>
                                <input type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="Jane Doe">
                            </div>
                            <div class="form-group">
                                <label class="sr-only">Email</label>
                                <input type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="[email protected]">
                            </div>
                            <button type="submit" class="btn btn-success ">okay, go!</button>
                        </form>
                    </div>
                    <br>

                    <a href="#nav-main" class="btn btn-secondary-outline btn-sm" role="button">?</a>
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</section>

Converting a Pandas GroupBy output from Series to DataFrame

These solutions only partially worked for me because I was doing multiple aggregations. Here is a sample output of my grouped by that I wanted to convert to a dataframe:

Groupby Output

Because I wanted more than the count provided by reset_index(), I wrote a manual method for converting the image above into a dataframe. I understand this is not the most pythonic/pandas way of doing this as it is quite verbose and explicit, but it was all I needed. Basically, use the reset_index() method explained above to start a "scaffolding" dataframe, then loop through the group pairings in the grouped dataframe, retrieve the indices, perform your calculations against the ungrouped dataframe, and set the value in your new aggregated dataframe.

df_grouped = df[['Salary Basis', 'Job Title', 'Hourly Rate', 'Male Count', 'Female Count']]
df_grouped = df_grouped.groupby(['Salary Basis', 'Job Title'], as_index=False)

# Grouped gives us the indices we want for each grouping
# We cannot convert a groupedby object back to a dataframe, so we need to do it manually
# Create a new dataframe to work against
df_aggregated = df_grouped.size().to_frame('Total Count').reset_index()
df_aggregated['Male Count'] = 0
df_aggregated['Female Count'] = 0
df_aggregated['Job Rate'] = 0

def manualAggregations(indices_array):
    temp_df = df.iloc[indices_array]
    return {
        'Male Count': temp_df['Male Count'].sum(),
        'Female Count': temp_df['Female Count'].sum(),
        'Job Rate': temp_df['Hourly Rate'].max()
    }

for name, group in df_grouped:
    ix = df_grouped.indices[name]
    calcDict = manualAggregations(ix)

    for key in calcDict:
        #Salary Basis, Job Title
        columns = list(name)
        df_aggregated.loc[(df_aggregated['Salary Basis'] == columns[0]) & 
                          (df_aggregated['Job Title'] == columns[1]), key] = calcDict[key]

If a dictionary isn't your thing, the calculations could be applied inline in the for loop:

    df_aggregated['Male Count'].loc[(df_aggregated['Salary Basis'] == columns[0]) & 
                                (df_aggregated['Job Title'] == columns[1])] = df['Male Count'].iloc[ix].sum()

How to run a program without an operating system?

Runnable examples

Let's create and run some minuscule bare metal hello world programs that run without an OS on:

We will also try them out on the QEMU emulator as much as possible, as that is safer and more convenient for development. The QEMU tests have been on an Ubuntu 18.04 host with the pre-packaged QEMU 2.11.1.

The code of all x86 examples below and more is present on this GitHub repo.

How to run the examples on x86 real hardware

Remember that running examples on real hardware can be dangerous, e.g. you could wipe your disk or brick the hardware by mistake: only do this on old machines that don't contain critical data! Or even better, use cheap semi-disposable devboards such as the Raspberry Pi, see the ARM example below.

For a typical x86 laptop, you have to do something like:

  1. Burn the image to an USB stick (will destroy your data!):

    sudo dd if=main.img of=/dev/sdX
    
  2. plug the USB on a computer

  3. turn it on

  4. tell it to boot from the USB.

    This means making the firmware pick USB before hard disk.

    If that is not the default behavior of your machine, keep hitting Enter, F12, ESC or other such weird keys after power-on until you get a boot menu where you can select to boot from the USB.

    It is often possible to configure the search order in those menus.

For example, on my T430 I see the following.

After turning on, this is when I have to press Enter to enter the boot menu:

enter image description here

Then, here I have to press F12 to select the USB as the boot device:

enter image description here

From there, I can select the USB as the boot device like this:

enter image description here

Alternatively, to change the boot order and choose the USB to have higher precedence so I don't have to manually select it every time, I would hit F1 on the "Startup Interrupt Menu" screen, and then navigate to:

enter image description here

Boot sector

On x86, the simplest and lowest level thing you can do is to create a Master Boot Sector (MBR), which is a type of boot sector, and then install it to a disk.

Here we create one with a single printf call:

printf '\364%509s\125\252' > main.img
sudo apt-get install qemu-system-x86
qemu-system-x86_64 -hda main.img

Outcome:

enter image description here

Note that even without doing anything, a few characters are already printed on the screen. Those are printed by the firmware, and serve to identify the system.

And on the T430 we just get a blank screen with a blinking cursor:

enter image description here

main.img contains the following:

  • \364 in octal == 0xf4 in hex: the encoding for a hlt instruction, which tells the CPU to stop working.

    Therefore our program will not do anything: only start and stop.

    We use octal because \x hex numbers are not specified by POSIX.

    We could obtain this encoding easily with:

    echo hlt > a.S
    as -o a.o a.S
    objdump -S a.o
    

    which outputs:

    a.o:     file format elf64-x86-64
    
    
    Disassembly of section .text:
    
    0000000000000000 <.text>:
       0:   f4                      hlt
    

    but it is also documented in the Intel manual of course.

  • %509s produce 509 spaces. Needed to fill in the file until byte 510.

  • \125\252 in octal == 0x55 followed by 0xaa.

    These are 2 required magic bytes which must be bytes 511 and 512.

    The BIOS goes through all our disks looking for bootable ones, and it only considers bootable those that have those two magic bytes.

    If not present, the hardware will not treat this as a bootable disk.

If you are not a printf master, you can confirm the contents of main.img with:

hd main.img

which shows the expected:

00000000  f4 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  |.               |
00000010  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  |                |
*
000001f0  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 55 aa  |              U.|
00000200

where 20 is a space in ASCII.

The BIOS firmware reads those 512 bytes from the disk, puts them into memory, and sets the PC to the first byte to start executing them.

Hello world boot sector

Now that we have made a minimal program, let's move to a hello world.

The obvious question is: how to do IO? A few options:

  • ask the firmware, e.g. BIOS or UEFI, to do it for us

  • VGA: special memory region that gets printed to the screen if written to. Can be used in Protected Mode.

  • write a driver and talk directly to the display hardware. This is the "proper" way to do it: more powerful, but more complex.

  • serial port. This is a very simple standardized protocol that sends and receives characters from a host terminal.

    On desktops, it looks like this:

    enter image description here

    Source.

    It is unfortunately not exposed on most modern laptops, but is the common way to go for development boards, see the ARM examples below.

    This is really a shame, since such interfaces are really useful to debug the Linux kernel for example.

  • use debug features of chips. ARM calls theirs semihosting for example. On real hardware, it requires some extra hardware and software support, but on emulators it can be a free convenient option. Example.

Here we will do a BIOS example as it is simpler on x86. But note that it is not the most robust method.

main.S

.code16
    mov $msg, %si
    mov $0x0e, %ah
loop:
    lodsb
    or %al, %al
    jz halt
    int $0x10
    jmp loop
halt:
    hlt
msg:
    .asciz "hello world"

GitHub upstream.

link.ld

SECTIONS
{
    /* The BIOS loads the code from the disk to this location.
     * We must tell that to the linker so that it can properly
     * calculate the addresses of symbols we might jump to.
     */
    . = 0x7c00;
    .text :
    {
        __start = .;
        *(.text)
        /* Place the magic boot bytes at the end of the first 512 sector. */
        . = 0x1FE;
        SHORT(0xAA55)
    }
}

Assemble and link with:

as -g -o main.o main.S
ld --oformat binary -o main.img -T link.ld main.o
qemu-system-x86_64 -hda main.img

Outcome:

enter image description here

And on the T430:

enter image description here

Tested on: Lenovo Thinkpad T430, UEFI BIOS 1.16. Disk generated on an Ubuntu 18.04 host.

Besides the standard userland assembly instructions, we have:

  • .code16: tells GAS to output 16-bit code

  • cli: disable software interrupts. Those could make the processor start running again after the hlt

  • int $0x10: does a BIOS call. This is what prints the characters one by one.

The important link flags are:

  • --oformat binary: output raw binary assembly code, don't wrap it inside an ELF file as is the case for regular userland executables.

To better understand the linker script part, familiarize yourself with the relocation step of linking: What do linkers do?

Cooler x86 bare metal programs

Here are a few more complex bare metal setups that I've achieved:

Use C instead of assembly

Summary: use GRUB multiboot, which will solve a lot of annoying problems you never thought about. See the section below.

The main difficulty on x86 is that the BIOS only loads 512 bytes from the disk to memory, and you are likely to blow up those 512 bytes when using C!

To solve that, we can use a two-stage bootloader. This makes further BIOS calls, which load more bytes from the disk into memory. Here is a minimal stage 2 assembly example from scratch using the int 0x13 BIOS calls:

Alternatively:

  • if you only need it to work in QEMU but not real hardware, use the -kernel option, which loads an entire ELF file into memory. Here is an ARM example I've created with that method.
  • for the Raspberry Pi, the default firmware takes care of the image loading for us from an ELF file named kernel7.img, much like QEMU -kernel does.

For educational purposes only, here is a one stage minimal C example:

main.c

void main(void) {
    int i;
    char s[] = {'h', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', ' ', 'w', 'o', 'r', 'l', 'd'};
    for (i = 0; i < sizeof(s); ++i) {
        __asm__ (
            "int $0x10" : : "a" ((0x0e << 8) | s[i])
        );
    }
    while (1) {
        __asm__ ("hlt");
    };
}

entry.S

.code16
.text
.global mystart
mystart:
    ljmp $0, $.setcs
.setcs:
    xor %ax, %ax
    mov %ax, %ds
    mov %ax, %es
    mov %ax, %ss
    mov $__stack_top, %esp
    cld
    call main

linker.ld

ENTRY(mystart)
SECTIONS
{
  . = 0x7c00;
  .text : {
    entry.o(.text)
    *(.text)
    *(.data)
    *(.rodata)
    __bss_start = .;
    /* COMMON vs BSS: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/16835716/bss-vs-common-what-goes-where */
    *(.bss)
    *(COMMON)
    __bss_end = .;
  }
  /* https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53584666/why-does-gnu-ld-include-a-section-that-does-not-appear-in-the-linker-script */
  .sig : AT(ADDR(.text) + 512 - 2)
  {
      SHORT(0xaa55);
  }
  /DISCARD/ : {
    *(.eh_frame)
  }
  __stack_bottom = .;
  . = . + 0x1000;
  __stack_top = .;
}

run

set -eux
as -ggdb3 --32 -o entry.o entry.S
gcc -c -ggdb3 -m16 -ffreestanding -fno-PIE -nostartfiles -nostdlib -o main.o -std=c99 main.c
ld -m elf_i386 -o main.elf -T linker.ld entry.o main.o
objcopy -O binary main.elf main.img
qemu-system-x86_64 -drive file=main.img,format=raw

C standard library

Things get more fun if you also want to use the C standard library however, since we don't have the Linux kernel, which implements much of the C standard library functionality through POSIX.

A few possibilities, without going to a full-blown OS like Linux, include:

  • Write your own. It's just a bunch of headers and C files in the end, right? Right??

  • Newlib

    Detailed example at: https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/223929/c-standard-libraries-on-bare-metal/223931

    Newlib implements all the boring non-OS specific things for you, e.g. memcmp, memcpy, etc.

    Then, it provides some stubs for you to implement the syscalls that you need yourself.

    For example, we can implement exit() on ARM through semihosting with:

    void _exit(int status) {
        __asm__ __volatile__ ("mov r0, #0x18; ldr r1, =#0x20026; svc 0x00123456");
    }
    

    as shown at in this example.

    For example, you could redirect printf to the UART or ARM systems, or implement exit() with semihosting.

  • embedded operating systems like FreeRTOS and Zephyr.

    Such operating systems typically allow you to turn off pre-emptive scheduling, therefore giving you full control over the runtime of the program.

    They can be seen as a sort of pre-implemented Newlib.

GNU GRUB Multiboot

Boot sectors are simple, but they are not very convenient:

  • you can only have one OS per disk
  • the load code has to be really small and fit into 512 bytes
  • you have to do a lot of startup yourself, like moving into protected mode

It is for those reasons that GNU GRUB created a more convenient file format called multiboot.

Minimal working example: https://github.com/cirosantilli/x86-bare-metal-examples/tree/d217b180be4220a0b4a453f31275d38e697a99e0/multiboot/hello-world

I also use it on my GitHub examples repo to be able to easily run all examples on real hardware without burning the USB a million times.

QEMU outcome:

enter image description here

T430:

enter image description here

If you prepare your OS as a multiboot file, GRUB is then able to find it inside a regular filesystem.

This is what most distros do, putting OS images under /boot.

Multiboot files are basically an ELF file with a special header. They are specified by GRUB at: https://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/multiboot/multiboot.html

You can turn a multiboot file into a bootable disk with grub-mkrescue.

Firmware

In truth, your boot sector is not the first software that runs on the system's CPU.

What actually runs first is the so-called firmware, which is a software:

  • made by the hardware manufacturers
  • typically closed source but likely C-based
  • stored in read-only memory, and therefore harder / impossible to modify without the vendor's consent.

Well known firmwares include:

  • BIOS: old all-present x86 firmware. SeaBIOS is the default open source implementation used by QEMU.
  • UEFI: BIOS successor, better standardized, but more capable, and incredibly bloated.
  • Coreboot: the noble cross arch open source attempt

The firmware does things like:

  • loop over each hard disk, USB, network, etc. until you find something bootable.

    When we run QEMU, -hda says that main.img is a hard disk connected to the hardware, and hda is the first one to be tried, and it is used.

  • load the first 512 bytes to RAM memory address 0x7c00, put the CPU's RIP there, and let it run

  • show things like the boot menu or BIOS print calls on the display

Firmware offers OS-like functionality on which most OS-es depend. E.g. a Python subset has been ported to run on BIOS / UEFI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYQ_lq5dcvM

It can be argued that firmwares are indistinguishable from OSes, and that firmware is the only "true" bare metal programming one can do.

As this CoreOS dev puts it:

The hard part

When you power up a PC, the chips that make up the chipset (northbridge, southbridge and SuperIO) are not yet initialized properly. Even though the BIOS ROM is as far removed from the CPU as it could be, this is accessible by the CPU, because it has to be, otherwise the CPU would have no instructions to execute. This does not mean that BIOS ROM is completely mapped, usually not. But just enough is mapped to get the boot process going. Any other devices, just forget it.

When you run Coreboot under QEMU, you can experiment with the higher layers of Coreboot and with payloads, but QEMU offers little opportunity to experiment with the low level startup code. For one thing, RAM just works right from the start.

Post BIOS initial state

Like many things in hardware, standardization is weak, and one of the things you should not rely on is the initial state of registers when your code starts running after BIOS.

So do yourself a favor and use some initialization code like the following: https://stackoverflow.com/a/32509555/895245

Registers like %ds and %es have important side effects, so you should zero them out even if you are not using them explicitly.

Note that some emulators are nicer than real hardware and give you a nice initial state. Then when you go run on real hardware, everything breaks.

El Torito

Format that can be burnt to CDs: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Torito_%28CD-ROM_standard%29

It is also possible to produce a hybrid image that works on either ISO or USB. This is can be done with grub-mkrescue (example), and is also done by the Linux kernel on make isoimage using isohybrid.

ARM

In ARM, the general ideas are the same.

There is no widely available semi-standardized pre-installed firmware like BIOS for us to use for the IO, so the two simplest types of IO that we can do are:

  • serial, which is widely available on devboards
  • blink the LED

I have uploaded:

Some differences from x86 include:

  • IO is done by writing to magic addresses directly, there is no in and out instructions.

    This is called memory mapped IO.

  • for some real hardware, like the Raspberry Pi, you can add the firmware (BIOS) yourself to the disk image.

    That is a good thing, as it makes updating that firmware more transparent.

Resources

Chrome not rendering SVG referenced via <img> tag

looks like a Chrome bug, i did something else as i almost got crazy because of this... using Chrom debugger if you change the css of the svg object it shows on the screen.

so what i did was: 1. check for screen size 2. listen to the "load" event of my SVG object 3. when the element is loaded i change its css using jQuery 4. it did the trick for me

_x000D_
_x000D_
if (jQuery(window).width() < 769) {_x000D_
_x000D_
  jQuery('object#mysvg-logo')[0].addEventListener('load', function() {_x000D_
       jQuery("object#mysvg-logo").css('width','181px');_x000D_
  }, true);_x000D_
_x000D_
}
_x000D_
width: 180px;
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<object id="mysvg-logo" type="image/svg+xml" data="my svg logo url here">Your browser does not support SVG</object>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to Deserialize XML document

You can just change one attribute for you Cars car property from XmlArrayItem to XmlElment. That is, from

[System.Xml.Serialization.XmlRootAttribute("Cars", Namespace = "", IsNullable = false)]
public class Cars
{
    [XmlArrayItem(typeof(Car))]
    public Car[] Car { get; set; }
}

to

[System.Xml.Serialization.XmlRootAttribute("Cars", Namespace = "", IsNullable = false)]
public class Cars
{
    [XmlElement("Car")]
    public Car[] Car { get; set; }
}

How to check if an email address exists without sending an email?

I think you cannot, there are so many scenarios where even sending an e-mail can fail. Eg. mail server on the user side is temporarily down, mailbox exists but is full so message cannot be delivered, etc.

That's probably why so many sites validate a registration after the user confirmed they have received the confirmation e-mail.

Transparent scrollbar with css

With pure css it is not possible to make it transparent. You have to use transparent background image like this:

::-webkit-scrollbar-track-piece:start {
    background: transparent url('images/backgrounds/scrollbar.png') repeat-y !important;
}

::-webkit-scrollbar-track-piece:end {
    background: transparent url('images/backgrounds/scrollbar.png') repeat-y !important;
}

how to show lines in common (reverse diff)?

I just learned the comm command from this thread, but wanted to add something extra: if the files are not sorted, and you don't want to touch the original files, you can pipe the outptut of the sort command. This leaves the original files intact. Works in bash, I can't say about other shells.

comm -1 -2 <(sort file1) <(sort file2)

This can be extended to compare command output, instead of files:

comm -1 -2 <(ls /dir1 | sort) <(ls /dir2 | sort)

What does DIM stand for in Visual Basic and BASIC?

It's short for Dimension, as it was originally used in BASIC to specify the size of arrays.

DIM — (short for dimension) define the size of arrays

Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dartmouth_BASIC

A part of the original BASIC compiler source code, where it would jump when finding a DIM command, in which you can clearly see the original intention for the keyword:

DIM    LDA XR01             BACK OFF OBJECT POINTER
       SUB N3
       STA RX01
       LDA L        2       GET VARIABLE TO BE DIMENSIONED
       STA 3
       LDA S        3
       CAB N36              CHECK FOR $ ARRAY
       BRU *+7              NOT $
       ...

Ref: http://dtss.dartmouth.edu/scans/BASIC/BASIC%20Compiler.pdf

Later on it came to be used to declare all kinds of variables, when the possibility to specify the type for variables was added in more recent implementations.

How to extract HTTP response body from a Python requests call?

Your code is correct. I tested:

r = requests.get("http://www.google.com")
print(r.content)

And it returned plenty of content. Check the url, try "http://www.google.com". Cheers!

Deep copy vs Shallow Copy

Deep copy literally performs a deep copy. It means, that if your class has some fields that are references, their values will be copied, not references themselves. If, for example you have two instances of a class, A & B with fields of reference type, and perform a deep copy, changing a value of that field in A won't affect a value in B. And vise-versa. Things are different with shallow copy, because only references are copied, therefore, changing this field in a copied object would affect the original object.

What type of a copy does a copy constructor does?

It is implementation - dependent. This means that there are no strict rules about that, you can implement it like a deep copy or shallow copy, however as far as i know it is a common practice to implement a deep copy in a copy constructor. A default copy constructor performs a shallow copy though.

How to format an inline code in Confluence?

To insert inline monospace font in Confluence, surround the text in double curly-braces.

This is an {{example}}.

If you're using Confluence 4.x or higher, you can also just select the "Preformatted" option from the paragraph style menu. Please note that will apply to the entire line.

Full reference here.

adb shell su works but adb root does not

I ran into this issue when trying to root the emulator, I found out it was because I was running the Nexus 5x emulator which had Google Play on it. Created a different emulator that didn't have google play and adb root will root the device for you. Hope this helps someone.

Find and replace specific text characters across a document with JS

You can use:

str.replace(/text/g, "replaced text");

Marquee text in Android

As well as the XML settings identified by droidgren, my tests have shown that if the text you want to display is shorter than the width of the textview, then the marquee won't scroll at all. Possible solutions are to set the width of the view to a size smaller than the length of the text, or to concatenate the string to itself 2 or 3 times, with perhaps appropriate whitespace in-between so that the scrolling looks ok.

How to add an event after close the modal window?

Few answers that may be useful, especially if you have dynamic content.

$('#dialogueForm').live("dialogclose", function(){
   //your code to run on dialog close
});

Or, when opening the modal, have a callback.

$( "#dialogueForm" ).dialog({
              autoOpen: false,
              height: "auto",
              width: "auto",
              modal: true,
                my: "center",
                at: "center",
                of: window,
              close : function(){
                  // functionality goes here
              }  
              });

How do I fix a merge conflict due to removal of a file in a branch?

I normally just run git mergetool and it will prompt me if I want to keep the modified file or keep it deleted. This is the quickest way IMHO since it's one command instead of several per file.

If you have a bunch of deleted files in a specific subdirectory and you want all of them to be resolved by deleting the files, you can do this:

yes d | git mergetool -- the/subdirectory

The d is provided to choose deleting each file. You can also use m to keep the modified file. Taken from the prompt you see when you run mergetool:

Use (m)odified or (d)eleted file, or (a)bort?

Error : No resource found that matches the given name (at 'icon' with value '@drawable/icon')

i had this problem. i created a picture for my background with jpg format. before added this picture, i changed the format to png with rename the format. and then i got this error like you. i changed my format picture with picture editor like photoshop to png and replaced it with picture in my project and then i hadnt that error. sory for bad english

how to end ng serve or firebase serve

Try using ctrl + c twice to get the prompt for terminating the batch job.

Best way to require all files from a directory in ruby?

The best way is to add the directory to the load path and then require the basename of each file. This is because you want to avoid accidentally requiring the same file twice -- often not the intended behavior. Whether a file will be loaded or not is dependent on whether require has seen the path passed to it before. For example, this simple irb session shows that you can mistakenly require and load the same file twice.

$ irb
irb(main):001:0> require 'test'
=> true
irb(main):002:0> require './test'
=> true
irb(main):003:0> require './test.rb'
=> false
irb(main):004:0> require 'test'
=> false

Note that the first two lines return true meaning the same file was loaded both times. When paths are used, even if the paths point to the same location, require doesn't know that the file was already required.

Here instead, we add a directory to the load path and then require the basename of each *.rb file within.

dir = "/path/to/directory"
$LOAD_PATH.unshift(dir)
Dir[File.join(dir, "*.rb")].each {|file| require File.basename(file) }

If you don't care about the file being required more than once, or your intention is just to load the contents of the file, perhaps load should be used instead of require. Use load in this case, because it better expresses what you're trying to accomplish. For example:

Dir["/path/to/directory/*.rb"].each {|file| load file }

putting a php variable in a HTML form value

value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($name); ?>"

HTML table needs spacing between columns, not rows

If you can use inline styling, you can set the left and right padding on each td.. Or you use an extra td between columns and set a number of non-breaking spaces as @rene kindly suggested.

http://jsfiddle.net/u5mN4/

http://jsfiddle.net/u5mN4/1/

Both are pretty ugly ;p css ftw

How do you specify a debugger program in Code::Blocks 12.11?

Here is the tutorial to install GBD.

Usually GNU Debugger might not be in your computer, so you would install it first. The installation steps are basic "configure", "make", and "make install".

Once installed, try which gdb in terminal, to find the executable path of GDB.

ssh: connect to host github.com port 22: Connection timed out

Restart computer solved it for me.
Git version: 2.27.0.windows.1
OS version: Windows 10 v1909

How to convert CSV file to multiline JSON?

I took @SingleNegationElimination's response and simplified it into a three-liner that can be used in a pipeline:

import csv
import json
import sys

for row in csv.DictReader(sys.stdin):
    json.dump(row, sys.stdout)
    sys.stdout.write('\n')

Strange "java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError" in Eclipse

I thought my problem and its solution could help.So i was getting this same error in my eclipse project.In my project i have couple of jar files and the NOCLASSDEFERROR was thrown for a file in the jar file.

My library files were part of a folder name "lib" in my project heirarchy.I changed my folders name to "libs" and voila it worked.

(I looked into the .classpath file and i had key-value pairs,and the entry for my jar file had key named "lib" and hence i thought probably changing from lib could help.)

Android - R cannot be resolved to a variable

Agree it is probably due to a problem in resources that is preventing build of R.Java in gen. In my case a cut n paste had given a duplicate app name in string. Sort the fault, delete gen directory and clean.

Custom edit view in UITableViewCell while swipe left. Objective-C or Swift

- (UISwipeActionsConfiguration *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView trailingSwipeActionsConfigurationForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
{
    UIContextualAction *delete = [UIContextualAction contextualActionWithStyle:UIContextualActionStyleNormal title:nil handler:^(UIContextualAction * _Nonnull action, __kindof UIView * _Nonnull sourceView, void (^ _Nonnull completionHandler)(BOOL)) {
        
        // your code...
        
    }];
    delete.image  = [UIImage systemImageNamed:@"trash"];
    
    UISwipeActionsConfiguration *actions = [UISwipeActionsConfiguration configurationWithActions:[[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects:delete, nil]];
    
    return actions;
}

Generating a list of pages (not posts) without the index file

I have never used jekyll, but it's main page says that it uses Liquid, and according to their docs, I think the following should work:

<ul> {% for page in site.pages %}     {% if page.title != 'index' %}     <li><div class="drvce"><a href="{{ page.url }}">{{ page.title }}</a></div></li>     {% endif %} {% endfor %} </ul> 

MVC - Set selected value of SelectList

You can use below method, which is quite simple.

new SelectList(items, "ID", "Name",items.Select(x=> x.Id).FirstOrDefault());

This will auto-select the first item in your list. You can modify the above query by adding a where clause.

How to determine SSL cert expiration date from a PEM encoded certificate?

For MAC OSX (El Capitan) This modification of Nicholas' example worked for me.

for pem in /path/to/certs/*.pem; do
    printf '%s: %s\n' \
        "$(date -jf "%b %e %H:%M:%S %Y %Z" "$(openssl x509 -enddate -noout -in "$pem"|cut -d= -f 2)" +"%Y-%m-%d")" \
    "$pem";
done | sort

Sample Output:

2014-12-19: /path/to/certs/MDM_Certificate.pem
2015-11-13: /path/to/certs/MDM_AirWatch_Certificate.pem

macOS didn't like the --date= or --iso-8601 flags on my system.

Number of rows affected by an UPDATE in PL/SQL

For those who want the results from a plain command, the solution could be:

begin
  DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(TO_Char(SQL%ROWCOUNT)||' rows affected.');
end;

The basic problem is that SQL%ROWCOUNT is a PL/SQL variable (or function), and cannot be directly accessed from an SQL command. By using a noname PL/SQL block, this can be achieved.

... If anyone has a solution to use it in a SELECT Command, I would be interested.

Getting multiple values with scanf()

You can do this with a single call, like so:

scanf( "%i %i %i %i", &minx, &maxx, &miny, &maxy);

Oracle 10g: Extract data (select) from XML (CLOB Type)

Try using xmltype.createxml(xml).

As in,

select extract(xmltype.createxml(xml), '//fax').getStringVal() from mytab;

It worked for me.

If you want to improve or manipulate even further.

Try something like this.

Select *
from xmltable(xmlnamespaces('some-name-space' as "ns", 
                                  'another-name-space' as "ns1",
                           ), 
                    '/ns/ns1/foo/bar'
                    passing xmltype.createxml(xml) 
                    columns id varchar2(10) path '//ns//ns1/id',
                            idboss varchar2(500) path '//ns0//ns1/idboss',
                            etc....

                    ) nice_xml_table

Hope it helps someone.

Selenium Finding elements by class name in python

As per the HTML:

<html>
    <body>
    <p class="content">Link1.</p>
    </body>
<html>
<html>
    <body>
    <p class="content">Link2.</p>
    </body>
<html>

Two(2) <p> elements are having the same class content.

So to filter the elements having the same class i.e. content and create a list you can use either of the following Locator Strategies:

  • Using class_name:

    elements = driver.find_elements_by_class_name("content")
    
  • Using css_selector:

     elements = driver.find_elements_by_css_selector(".content")
    
  • Using xpath:

    elements = driver.find_elements_by_xpath("//*[@class='content']")
    

Ideally, to click on the element you need to induce WebDriverWait for the visibility_of_all_elements_located() and you can use either of the following Locator Strategies:

  • Using CLASS_NAME:

    elements = WebDriverWait(driver, 20).until(EC.visibility_of_all_elements_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "content")))
    
  • Using CSS_SELECTOR:

    elements = WebDriverWait(driver, 20).until(EC.visibility_of_all_elements_located((By.CSS_SELECTOR, ".content")))
    
  • Using XPATH:

    elements = WebDriverWait(driver, 20).until(EC.visibility_of_all_elements_located((By.XPATH, "//*[@class='content']")))
    
  • Note : You have to add the following imports :

    from selenium.webdriver.support.ui import WebDriverWait
    from selenium.webdriver.common.by import By
    from selenium.webdriver.support import expected_conditions as EC
    

References

You can find a couple of relevant discussions in:

Allow scroll but hide scrollbar

It's better, if you use two div containers in HTML .

As Shown Below:

HTML:

<div id="container1">
    <div id="container2">
        // Content here
    </div>
</div>

CSS:

 #container1{
    height: 100%;
    width: 100%;
    overflow: hidden;
}

 #container2{
    height: 100%;
    width: 100%;
    overflow: auto;
    padding-right: 20px;
}

How to extract svg as file from web page

1. Inspect the page with the svg on.

2. Click on the link that displays the imagine in full resolution.

3. Do CMD/CTRL+S

4. You are done!

Webclient / HttpWebRequest with Basic Authentication returns 404 not found for valid URL

//BEWARE
//This works ONLY if the server returns 401 first
//The client DOES NOT send credentials on first request
//ONLY after a 401
client.Credentials = new NetworkCredential(userName, passWord); //doesnt work

//So use THIS instead to send credentials RIGHT AWAY
string credentials = Convert.ToBase64String(
    Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(userName + ":" + password));
client.Headers[HttpRequestHeader.Authorization] = string.Format(
    "Basic {0}", credentials);

Determine if char is a num or letter

Neither of these does anything useful. Use isalpha() or isdigit() from the standard library. They're in <ctype.h>.

Insert auto increment primary key to existing table

Export your table, then empty your table, then add field as unique INT, then change it to AUTO_INCREMENT, then import your table again that you exported previously.

Call int() function on every list element?

Another way to make it in Python 3:

numbers = [*map(int, numbers)]

Python: import cx_Oracle ImportError: No module named cx_Oracle error is thown

I have just faced the same problem. First, you need to install the appropriate Oracle client for your OS. In my case, to install it on Ubuntu x64 I have followed this instructions https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Oracle%20Instant%20Client#Install_RPMs

Then, you need to install cx_Oracle, a Python module to connect to the Oracle client. Again, assuming you are running Ubuntu in a 64bit machine, you should type in a shell:

wget -c http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/cx-oracle/cx_Oracle-5.0.4-11g-unicode-py27-1.x86_64.rpm
sudo alien -i cx_Oracle-5.0.4-11g-unicode-py27-1.x86_64.rpm

This will work for Oracle 11g if you have installed Python 2.7.x, but you can download a different cx_Oracle version in http://cx-oracle.sourceforge.net/ To check which Python version do you have, type in a terminal:

python -V

I hope it helps

Using success/error/finally/catch with Promises in AngularJS

What type of granularity are you looking for? You can typically get by with:

$http.get(url).then(
  //success function
  function(results) {
    //do something w/results.data
  },
  //error function
  function(err) {
    //handle error
  }
);

I've found that "finally" and "catch" are better off when chaining multiple promises.

How do I get the name of a Ruby class?

You want to call .name on the object's class:

result.class.name

How to perform update operations on columns of type JSONB in Postgres 9.4

If you're able to upgrade to Postgresql 9.5, the jsonb_set command is available, as others have mentioned.

In each of the following SQL statements, I've omitted the where clause for brevity; obviously, you'd want to add that back.

Update name:

UPDATE test SET data = jsonb_set(data, '{name}', '"my-other-name"');

Replace the tags (as oppose to adding or removing tags):

UPDATE test SET data = jsonb_set(data, '{tags}', '["tag3", "tag4"]');

Replacing the second tag (0-indexed):

UPDATE test SET data = jsonb_set(data, '{tags,1}', '"tag5"');

Append a tag (this will work as long as there are fewer than 999 tags; changing argument 999 to 1000 or above generates an error. This no longer appears to be the case in Postgres 9.5.3; a much larger index can be used):

UPDATE test SET data = jsonb_set(data, '{tags,999999999}', '"tag6"', true);

Remove the last tag:

UPDATE test SET data = data #- '{tags,-1}'

Complex update (delete the last tag, insert a new tag, and change the name):

UPDATE test SET data = jsonb_set(
    jsonb_set(data #- '{tags,-1}', '{tags,999999999}', '"tag3"', true), 
    '{name}', '"my-other-name"');

It's important to note that in each of these examples, you're not actually updating a single field of the JSON data. Instead, you're creating a temporary, modified version of the data, and assigning that modified version back to the column. In practice, the result should be the same, but keeping this in mind should make complex updates, like the last example, more understandable.

In the complex example, there are three transformations and three temporary versions: First, the last tag is removed. Then, that version is transformed by adding a new tag. Next, the second version is transformed by changing the name field. The value in the data column is replaced with the final version.

How can I get a character in a string by index?

Do you mean like this

int index = 2;
string s = "hello";
Console.WriteLine(s[index]);

string also implements IEnumberable<char> so you can also enumerate it like this

foreach (char c in s)
    Console.WriteLine(c);

Link to reload current page

Completely idempotent url that preserves path, parameters, and anchor.

 <a href="javascript:"> click me </a>

it only uses a little tiny bit of JS.

EDIT: this does not reload the page. It is a link that does nothing.

How in node to split string by newline ('\n')?

A solution that works with all possible line endings including mixed ones and keeping empty lines as well can be achieved using two replaces and one split as follows

text.replace(/\r\n/g, "\r").replace(/\n/g, "\r").split(/\r/);

some code to test it

  var CR = "\x0D";  //   \r
  var LF = "\x0A";  //   \n

  var mixedfile = "00" + CR + LF +            // 1 x win
                  "01" + LF +                 // 1 x linux
                  "02" + CR +                 // 1 x old mac
                  "03" + CR + CR +            // 2 x old mac
                  "05" + LF + LF +            // 2 x linux
                  "07" + CR + LF + CR + LF +  // 2 x win
                  "09";

  function showarr (desc, arr)
  {
     console.log ("// ----- " + desc);
     for (var ii in arr)
        console.log (ii + ") [" + arr[ii] +  "] (len = " + arr[ii].length + ")");
  }

  showarr ("using 2 replace + 1 split", 
           mixedfile.replace(/\r\n/g, "\r").replace(/\n/g, "\r").split(/\r/));

and the output

  // ----- using 2 replace + 1 split
  0) [00] (len = 2)
  1) [01] (len = 2)
  2) [02] (len = 2)
  3) [03] (len = 2)
  4) [] (len = 0)
  5) [05] (len = 2)
  6) [] (len = 0)
  7) [07] (len = 2)
  8) [] (len = 0)
  9) [09] (len = 2)

How to remove old Docker containers

First, stop running containers before attempting to remove them

Remove running containers

docker rm $(docker stop -t=1 $(docker ps -q))

You could use kill instead of stop. In my case I prefer stop since I tend to rerun them vs. creating a new one every time so I try to shut them down nicely.

Note: Trying to stop a container will give you an error:

Error: Impossible to remove a running container, please stop it first

Remove all containers

docker rm $(docker ps -a -q)

Export Postgresql table data using pgAdmin

Just right click on a table and select "backup". The popup will show various options, including "Format", select "plain" and you get plain SQL.

pgAdmin is just using pg_dump to create the dump, also when you want plain SQL.

It uses something like this:

pg_dump --user user --password --format=plain --table=tablename --inserts --attribute-inserts etc.

How to read XML response from a URL in java?

This Code is to parse the XML wraps the JSON Response and display in the front end using ajax.

_x000D_
_x000D_
Required JavaScript code.
_x000D_
<script type="text/javascript">_x000D_
$.ajax({_x000D_
 method:"GET",_x000D_
 url: "javatpoint.html", _x000D_
 _x000D_
 success : function(data) { _x000D_
  _x000D_
   var json=JSON.parse(data); _x000D_
   var tbody=$('tbody');_x000D_
  for(var i in json){_x000D_
   tbody.append('<tr><td>'+json[i].id+'</td>'+_x000D_
     '<td>'+json[i].firstName+'</td>'+_x000D_
     '<td>'+json[i].lastName+'</td>'+_x000D_
     '<td>'+json[i].Download_DateTime+'</td>'+_x000D_
     '<td>'+json[i].photo+'</td></tr>')_x000D_
  }  _x000D_
 },_x000D_
 error : function () {_x000D_
  alert('errorrrrr');_x000D_
 }_x000D_
  });_x000D_
  _x000D_
  </script>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

[{ "id": "1", "firstName": "Tom", "lastName": "Cruise", "photo": "https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/735509975649378305/B81JwLT7.jpg" }, { "id": "2", "firstName": "Maria", "lastName": "Sharapova", "photo": "https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/3424509849/bfa1b9121afc39d1dcdb53cfc423bf12.jpeg" }, { "id": "3", "firstName": "James", "lastName": "Bond", "photo": "https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/664886718559076352/M00cOLrh.jpg" }] `

URL url=new URL("www.example.com"); 

        URLConnection si=url.openConnection();
        InputStream is=si.getInputStream();
        String str="";
        int i;
        while((i=is.read())!=-1){  
            str +=str.valueOf((char)i);
            }

        str =str.replace("</string>", "");
        str=str.replace("<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>", "");
        str = str.replace("<string xmlns=\"http://tempuri.org/\">", "");
        PrintWriter out=resp.getWriter();
        out.println(str);

`

Table Naming Dilemma: Singular vs. Plural Names

As others have mentioned here, conventions should be a tool for adding to the ease of use and readability. Not as a shackle or a club to torture developers.

That said, my personal preference is to use singular names for both tables and columns. This probably comes from my programming background. Class names are generally singular unless they are some sort of collection. In my mind I am storing or reading individual records in the table in question, so singular makes sense to me.

This practice also allows me to reserve plural table names for those that store many-to-many relationships between my objects.

I try to avoid reserved words in my table and column names, as well. In the case in question here it makes more sense to go counter to the singular convention for Users to avoid the need to encapsulate a table that uses the reserved word of User.

I like using prefixes in a limited manner (tbl for table names, sp_ for proc names, etc), though many believe this adds clutter. I also prefer CamelBack names to underscores because I always end up hitting the + instead of _ when typing the name. Many others disagree.

Here is another good link for naming convention guidelines: http://www.xaprb.com/blog/2008/10/26/the-power-of-a-good-sql-naming-convention/

Remember that the most important factor in your convention is that it make sense to the people interacting with the database in question. There is no "One Ring to Rule Them All" when it comes to naming conventions.

Redirecting to a relative URL in JavaScript

I'm trying to redirect my current web site to other section on the same page, using JavaScript. This follow code work for me:

location.href='/otherSection'

Most simple code to populate JTable from ResultSet

I think this is the Easiest way to populate a table with ResultSet with a method like

FillTable(MyTable, "select * Customers;");

And a very simple method can be made as

public void FillTable(JTable table, String Query)
{
    try
    {
        CreateConnection();
        Statement stat = conn.createStatement();
        ResultSet rs = stat.executeQuery(Query);

        //To remove previously added rows
        while(table.getRowCount() > 0) 
        {
            ((DefaultTableModel) table.getModel()).removeRow(0);
        }
        int columns = rs.getMetaData().getColumnCount();
        while(rs.next())
        {  
            Object[] row = new Object[columns];
            for (int i = 1; i <= columns; i++)
            {  
                row[i - 1] = rs.getObject(i);
            }
            ((DefaultTableModel) table.getModel()).insertRow(rs.getRow()-1,row);
        }

        rs.close();
        stat.close();
        conn.close();
    }
    catch(InstantiationException | IllegalAccessException | SQLException e)
    {
    }
}

Clearing an HTML file upload field via JavaScript

You can't set the input value in most browsers, but what you can do is create a new element, copy the attributes from the old element, and swap the two.

Given a form like:

<form> 
    <input id="fileInput" name="fileInput" type="file" /> 
</form>

The straight DOM way:

function clearFileInput(id) 
{ 
    var oldInput = document.getElementById(id); 

    var newInput = document.createElement("input"); 

    newInput.type = "file"; 
    newInput.id = oldInput.id; 
    newInput.name = oldInput.name; 
    newInput.className = oldInput.className; 
    newInput.style.cssText = oldInput.style.cssText; 
    // TODO: copy any other relevant attributes 

    oldInput.parentNode.replaceChild(newInput, oldInput); 
}

clearFileInput("fileInput");

Simple DOM way. This may not work in older browsers that don't like file inputs:

oldInput.parentNode.replaceChild(oldInput.cloneNode(), oldInput);

The jQuery way:

$("#fileInput").replaceWith($("#fileInput").val('').clone(true));

// .val('') required for FF compatibility as per @nmit026

Resetting the whole form via jQuery: https://stackoverflow.com/a/13351234/1091947

When is std::weak_ptr useful?

A good example would be a cache.

For recently accessed objects, you want to keep them in memory, so you hold a strong pointer to them. Periodically, you scan the cache and decide which objects have not been accessed recently. You don't need to keep those in memory, so you get rid of the strong pointer.

But what if that object is in use and some other code holds a strong pointer to it? If the cache gets rid of its only pointer to the object, it can never find it again. So the cache keeps a weak pointer to objects that it needs to find if they happen to stay in memory.

This is exactly what a weak pointer does -- it allows you to locate an object if it's still around, but doesn't keep it around if nothing else needs it.

Maven error "Failure to transfer..."

settings.xml for proxy? and in eclipse there are maven global\local profile, add the settings.xml

How to read a CSV file from a URL with Python?

what you were trying to do with the curl command was to download the file to your local hard drive(HD). You however need to specify a path on HD

curl http://example.com/passkey=wedsmdjsjmdd -o ./example.csv
cr = csv.reader(open('./example.csv',"r"))
for row in cr:
    print row



How do I fetch multiple columns for use in a cursor loop?

Here is slightly modified version. Changes are noted as code commentary.

BEGIN TRANSACTION

declare @cnt int
declare @test nvarchar(128)
-- variable to hold table name
declare @tableName nvarchar(255)
declare @cmd nvarchar(500) 
-- local means the cursor name is private to this code
-- fast_forward enables some speed optimizations
declare Tests cursor local fast_forward for
 SELECT COLUMN_NAME, TABLE_NAME
   FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS 
  WHERE COLUMN_NAME LIKE 'pct%' 
    AND TABLE_NAME LIKE 'TestData%'

open Tests
-- Instead of fetching twice, I rather set up no-exit loop
while 1 = 1
BEGIN
  -- And then fetch
  fetch next from Tests into @test, @tableName
  -- And then, if no row is fetched, exit the loop
  if @@fetch_status <> 0
  begin
     break
  end
  -- Quotename is needed if you ever use special characters
  -- in table/column names. Spaces, reserved words etc.
  -- Other changes add apostrophes at right places.
  set @cmd = N'exec sp_rename ''' 
           + quotename(@tableName) 
           + '.' 
           + quotename(@test) 
           + N''',''' 
           + RIGHT(@test,LEN(@test)-3) 
           + '_Pct''' 
           + N', ''column''' 

  print @cmd

  EXEC sp_executeSQL @cmd
END

close Tests 
deallocate Tests

ROLLBACK TRANSACTION
--COMMIT TRANSACTION

The 'json' native gem requires installed build tools

I believe those installers make changes to the path. Did you try closing and re-opening the CMD window after running them and before the last attempt to install the gem that wants devkit present?

Also, be sure you are using the right devkit installer for your version of Ruby. The documentation at devkit wiki page has a requirements note saying:

For RubyInstaller versions 1.8.7, 1.9.2, and 1.9.3 use the DevKit 4.5.2

How to delete a cookie?

I had trouble deleting a cookie made via JavaScript and after I added the host it worked (scroll the code below to the right to see the location.host). After clearing the cookies on a domain try the following to see the results:

if (document.cookie.length==0)
{
 document.cookie = 'name=example; expires='+new Date((new Date()).valueOf()+1000*60*60*24*15)+'; path=/; domain='+location.host;

 if (document.cookie.length==0) {alert('Cookies disabled');}
 else
 {
  document.cookie = 'name=example; expires=Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT; path=/; domain='+location.host;

  if (document.cookie.length==0) {alert('Created AND deleted cookie successfully.');}
  else {alert('document.cookies.length = '+document.cookies.length);}
 }
}

Django URL Redirect

In Django 1.8, this is how I did mine.

from django.views.generic.base import RedirectView

url(r'^$', views.comingSoon, name='homepage'),
# whatever urls you might have in here
# make sure the 'catch-all' url is placed last
url(r'^.*$', RedirectView.as_view(pattern_name='homepage', permanent=False))

Instead of using url, you can use the pattern_name, which is a bit un-DRY, and will ensure you change your url, you don't have to change the redirect too.

Any shortcut to initialize all array elements to zero?

In java all elements(primitive integer types byte short, int, long) are initialised to 0 by default. You can save the loop.

Can't import Numpy in Python

I was trying to import numpy in python 3.2.1 on windows 7.

Followed suggestions in above answer for numpy-1.6.1.zip as below after unzipping it

cd numpy-1.6
python setup.py install

but got an error with a statement as below

unable to find vcvarsall.bat

For this error I found a related question here which suggested installing mingW. MingW was taking some time to install.

In the meanwhile tried to install numpy 1.6 again using the direct windows installer available at this link the file name is "numpy-1.6.1-win32-superpack-python3.2.exe"

Installation went smoothly and now I am able to import numpy without using mingW.

Long story short try using windows installer for numpy, if one is available.

Consistency of hashCode() on a Java string

Another (!) issue to worry about is the possible change of implementation between early/late versions of Java. I don't believe the implementation details are set in stone, and so potentially an upgrade to a future Java version could cause problems.

Bottom line is, I wouldn't rely on the implementation of hashCode().

Perhaps you can highlight what problem you're actually trying to solve by using this mechanism, and that will highlight a more suitable approach.

How to keep one variable constant with other one changing with row in excel

Yeah. Just put the $ sign in front of your desired constant cell.

Like $A6 if you wish to just change the number 6 serially and keep a constant, or $A$6 if you do not want anything from that reference to change at all.

Example: Cell A5 contains my exchange rate. In B1 you put say ( = C1 * $A$1). when you fill B1 through B....... the value in A5 remains constant and the value in C1 increases serially.

I am by far not be good at teacher, but I hope this helps!!!! Wink wink

How to access full source of old commit in BitBucket?

Step 1

Step 1


Step 2

Step 2


Step 3

Step 3


Step 4

Step 4


Final Step

Final Step

How do I remove the non-numeric character from a string in java?

One more approach for removing all non-numeric characters from a string:

String newString = oldString.replaceAll("[^0-9]", "");

convert iso date to milliseconds in javascript

In case if anyone wants to grab only the Time from a ISO Date, following will be helpful. I was searching for that and I couldn't find a question for it. So in case some one sees will be helpful.

let isoDate = '2020-09-28T15:27:15+05:30';
let result = isoDate.match(/\d\d:\d\d/);
console.log(result[0]);

The output will be the only the time from isoDate which is,

15:27

Responsive font size in CSS

After many conclusions I ended up with this combination:

@media only screen and (max-width: 730px) {

    h2 {
        font-size: 4.3vw;
    }
}

An unhandled exception of type 'System.IO.FileNotFoundException' occurred in Unknown Module

If you are running on a 64 bit system and trying to load a 32 bit dll you need to compile your application as 32 bit instead of any cpu. If you are not doing this it behaves exactly as you describe.

If that isn't the case use Dependency Walker to verify that the dll has its required dependencies.

How to find substring from string?

Use strstr(const char *s , const char *t) and include<string.h>

You can write your own function which behaves same as strstr and you can modify according to your requirement also

char * str_str(const char *s, const char *t)
{
int i, j, k;
for (i = 0; s[i] != '\0'; i++) 
{
for (j=i, k=0; t[k]!='\0' && s[j]==t[k]; j++, k++);
if (k > 0 && t[k] == '\0')
return (&s[i]);
}
return NULL;
}

Programmatically get own phone number in iOS

Using Private API you can get user phone number on the following way:

extern NSString* CTSettingCopyMyPhoneNumber();


+(NSString *) phoneNumber {
NSString *phone = CTSettingCopyMyPhoneNumber();

return phone;
}

Also include CoreTelephony.framework to your project.

Java: Get month Integer from Date

If you use Java 8 date api, you can directly get it in one line!

LocalDate today = LocalDate.now();
int month = today.getMonthValue();

Compare data of two Excel Columns A & B, and show data of Column A that do not exist in B

Put this in C2 and copy down

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(A2,$B$2:$B$65535,1,FALSE)),"not in B","")

Then if the value in A isn't in B the cell in column C will say "not in B".

Joining two lists together

List<string> list1 = new List<string>();
list1.Add("dot");
list1.Add("net");

List<string> list2 = new List<string>();
list2.Add("pearls");
list2.Add("!");

var result = list1.Concat(list2);

How do I set up IntelliJ IDEA for Android applications?

Just in case someone is lost. For both new application or existing ones go to File->Project Structure. Then in Project settings on the left pane select Project for the Java SDK and select Modules for Android SDK.

Regarding C++ Include another class

What is the basic problem in your code?

Your code needs to be separated out in to interfaces(.h) and Implementations(.cpp).
The compiler needs to see the composition of a type when you write something like

ClassTwo obj;

This is because the compiler needs to reserve enough memory for object of type ClassTwo to do so it needs to see the definition of ClassTwo. The most common way to do this in C++ is to split your code in to header files and source files.
The class definitions go in the header file while the implementation of the class goes in to source files. This way one can easily include header files in to other source files which need to see the definition of class who's object they create.

Why can't I simply put all code in cpp files and include them in other files?

You cannot simple put all the code in source file and then include that source file in other files.C++ standard mandates that you can declare a entity as many times as you need but you can define it only once(One Definition Rule(ODR)). Including the source file would violate the ODR because a copy of the entity is created in every translation unit where the file is included.

How to solve this particular problem?

Your code should be organized as follows:

//File1.h

Define ClassOne 

//File2.h

#include <iostream>
#include <string>


class ClassTwo
{
private:
   string myType;
public:
   void setType(string);
   std::string getType();
}; 

//File1.cpp

#include"File1.h"

Implementation of ClassOne 

//File2.cpp

#include"File2.h"

void ClassTwo::setType(std::string sType)
{
    myType = sType;
}

void ClassTwo::getType(float fVal)
{
    return myType;
} 

//main.cpp

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include "file1.h"
#include "file2.h"
using namespace std;

int main()
{

    ClassOne cone;
    ClassTwo ctwo;

    //some codes
}

Is there any alternative means rather than including header files?

If your code only needs to create pointers and not actual objects you might as well use Forward Declarations but note that using forward declarations adds some restrictions on how that type can be used because compiler sees that type as an Incomplete type.

How to set image in circle in swift

This way is the least expensive way and always keeps your image view rounded:

class RoundedImageView: UIImageView {

    override init(frame: CGRect) {
        super.init(frame: frame)

        clipsToBounds = true
    }

    required init?(coder aDecoder: NSCoder) {
        super.init(coder: aDecoder)

        clipsToBounds = true
    }

    override func layoutSubviews() {
        super.layoutSubviews()

        assert(bounds.height == bounds.width, "The aspect ratio isn't 1/1. You can never round this image view!")

        layer.cornerRadius = bounds.height / 2
    }
}

The other answers are telling you to make views rounded based on frame calculations set in a UIViewControllers viewDidLoad() method. This isn't correct, since it isn't sure what the final frame will be.

Parse JSON String to JSON Object in C#.NET

I see that this question is very old, but this is the solution I used for the same problem, and it seems to require a bit less code than the others.

As @Maloric mentioned in his answer to this question:

var jo = JObject.Parse(myJsonString);

To use JObject, you need the following in your class file

using Newtonsoft.Json.Linq;

Powershell command to hide user from exchange address lists

For Office 365 users or Hybrid exchange, go to using Internet Explorer or Edge, go to the exchange admin center, choose hybrid, setup, chose the right button for hybrid or exchange online.

To connect:

Connect-EXOPSSession

To see the relevant mailboxes:

Get-mailbox -filter {ExchangeUserAccountControl -eq 'AccountDisabled' -and RecipientType -eq 'UserMailbox' -and RecipientTypeDetails -ne 'SharedMailbox' }

To block based on the above idea of 0KB size:

Get-mailbox -filter {ExchangeUserAccountControl -eq 'AccountDisabled' -and RecipientTypeDetails -ne 'SharedMailbox' -and RecipientType -eq 'UserMailbox' } | Set-Mailbox -MaxReceiveSize 0KB -HiddenFromAddressListsEnabled $true

How to declare a constant map in Golang?

You can create constants in many different ways:

const myString = "hello"
const pi = 3.14 // untyped constant
const life int = 42 // typed constant (can use only with ints)

You can also create a enum constant:

const ( 
   First = 1
   Second = 2
   Third = 4
)

You can not create constants of maps, arrays and it is written in effective go:

Constants in Go are just that—constant. They are created at compile time, even when defined as locals in functions, and can only be numbers, characters (runes), strings or booleans. Because of the compile-time restriction, the expressions that define them must be constant expressions, evaluatable by the compiler. For instance, 1<<3 is a constant expression, while math.Sin(math.Pi/4) is not because the function call to math.Sin needs to happen at run time.

What is class="mb-0" in Bootstrap 4?

Bootstrap 4

It is used to create a bottom margin of 0 (margin-bottom:0). You can see more of the new spacing utility classes here: https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/utilities/spacing/

Related: How do I use the Spacing Utility Classes on Bootstrap 4

How to add button inside input

Use a Flexbox, and put the border on the form.

The best way to do this now (2019) is with a flexbox.

  • Put the border on the containing element (in this case I've used the form, but you could use a div).
  • Use a flexbox layout to arrange the input and the button side by side. Allow the input to stretch to take up all available space.
  • Now hide the input by removing its border.

Run the snippet below to see what you get.

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form {_x000D_
  /* This bit sets up the horizontal layout */_x000D_
  display:flex;_x000D_
  flex-direction:row;_x000D_
  _x000D_
  /* This bit draws the box around it */_x000D_
  border:1px solid grey;_x000D_
_x000D_
  /* I've used padding so you can see the edges of the elements. */_x000D_
  padding:2px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input {_x000D_
  /* Tell the input to use all the available space */_x000D_
  flex-grow:2;_x000D_
  /* And hide the input's outline, so the form looks like the outline */_x000D_
  border:none;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
input:focus {_x000D_
  /* removing the input focus blue box. Put this on the form if you like. */_x000D_
  outline: none;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
button {_x000D_
  /* Just a little styling to make it pretty */_x000D_
  border:1px solid blue;_x000D_
  background:blue;_x000D_
  color:white;_x000D_
}
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<form>_x000D_
  <input />_x000D_
  <button>Go</button>_x000D_
</form>
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Why this is good

  • It will stretch to any width.
  • The button will always be just as big as it needs to be. It won't stretch if the screen is wide, or shrink if the screen is narrow.
  • The input text will not go behind the button.

Caveats and Browser Support

There's limited Flexbox support in IE9, so the button will not be on the right of the form. IE9 has not been supported by Microsoft for some years now, so I'm personally quite comfortable with this.

I've used minimal styling here. I've left in the padding to show the edges of things. You can obviously make this look however you want it to look with rounded corners, drop shadows, etc..

How to put spacing between floating divs?

Is it not just a case of applying an appropriate class to each div?

For example:

.firstRowDiv { margin:0px 10px 10px 0px; }
.secondRowDiv { margin:0px 10px 0px 0px; }

This depends on if you know in advance which div to apply which class to.

Adding rows to dataset

DataSet myDataset = new DataSet();

DataTable customers = myDataset.Tables.Add("Customers");

customers.Columns.Add("Name");
customers.Columns.Add("Age");

customers.Rows.Add("Chris", "25");

//Get data
DataTable myCustomers = myDataset.Tables["Customers"];
DataRow currentRow = null;
for (int i = 0; i < myCustomers.Rows.Count; i++)
{
    currentRow = myCustomers.Rows[i];
    listBox1.Items.Add(string.Format("{0} is {1} YEARS OLD", currentRow["Name"], currentRow["Age"]));    
}

"Gradle Version 2.10 is required." Error

What worked for me on Mint 17.03 which is base off Ubuntu 14.04

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cwchien/gradle sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gradle

Reopen Android Studio. Go to Run/Debug Configuration and there should be an icon saying you need to Update gradle. Just click it.

Does `anaconda` create a separate PYTHONPATH variable for each new environment?

No, the only thing that needs to be modified for an Anaconda environment is the PATH (so that it gets the right Python from the environment bin/ directory, or Scripts\ on Windows).

The way Anaconda environments work is that they hard link everything that is installed into the environment. For all intents and purposes, this means that each environment is a completely separate installation of Python and all the packages. By using hard links, this is done efficiently. Thus, there's no need to mess with PYTHONPATH because the Python binary in the environment already searches the site-packages in the environment, and the lib of the environment, and so on.

The source was not found, but some or all event logs could not be searched. Inaccessible logs: Security

Locally I run visual studio with admin rights and the error was gone.

If you get this error in task scheduler you have to check the option run with high privileges.

Display image as grayscale using matplotlib

@unutbu's answer is quite close to the right answer.

By default, plt.imshow() will try to scale your (MxN) array data to 0.0~1.0. And then map to 0~255. For most natural taken images, this is fine, you won't see a different. But if you have narrow range of pixel value image, say the min pixel is 156 and the max pixel is 234. The gray image will looks totally wrong. The right way to show an image in gray is

from matplotlib.colors import NoNorm
...
plt.imshow(img,cmap='gray',norm=NoNorm())
...

Let's see an example:

this is the origianl image: original

this is using defaul norm setting,which is None: wrong pic

this is using NoNorm setting,which is NoNorm(): right pic

Maven2 property that indicates the parent directory

I just improve the groovy script from above to write the property in the root parent properties file:

import java.io.*;
String p = project.properties['env-properties-file']
File f = new File(p)
if (f.exists()) {
try{
FileWriter fstream = new FileWriter(f.getAbsolutePath())
BufferedWriter out = new BufferedWriter(fstream)
String propToSet = f.getAbsolutePath().substring(0, f.getAbsolutePath().lastIndexOf(File.separator))
if (File.separator != "/") {
propToSet = propToSet.replace(File.separator,File.separator+File.separator+File.separator)
}
out.write("jacoco.agent = " + propToSet + "/lib/jacocoagent.jar")
out.close()
}catch (Exception e){
}
}
String ret = "../"
while (!f.exists()) {
f = new File(ret + p)
ret+= "../"
}
project.properties['env-properties-file-by-groovy'] = f.getAbsolutePath()

Difference and uses of onCreate(), onCreateView() and onActivityCreated() in fragments

UPDATE:

onActivityCreated() is deprecated from API Level 28.


onCreate():

The onCreate() method in a Fragment is called after the Activity's onAttachFragment() but before that Fragment's onCreateView().
In this method, you can assign variables, get Intent extras, and anything else that doesn't involve the View hierarchy (i.e. non-graphical initialisations). This is because this method can be called when the Activity's onCreate() is not finished, and so trying to access the View hierarchy here may result in a crash.

onCreateView():

After the onCreate() is called (in the Fragment), the Fragment's onCreateView() is called. You can assign your View variables and do any graphical initialisations. You are expected to return a View from this method, and this is the main UI view, but if your Fragment does not use any layouts or graphics, you can return null (happens by default if you don't override).

onActivityCreated():

As the name states, this is called after the Activity's onCreate() has completed. It is called after onCreateView(), and is mainly used for final initialisations (for example, modifying UI elements). This is deprecated from API level 28.


To sum up...
... they are all called in the Fragment but are called at different times.
The onCreate() is called first, for doing any non-graphical initialisations. Next, you can assign and declare any View variables you want to use in onCreateView(). Afterwards, use onActivityCreated() to do any final initialisations you want to do once everything has completed.


If you want to view the official Android documentation, it can be found here:

There are also some slightly different, but less developed questions/answers here on Stack Overflow:

JavaScript Array splice vs slice

splice & delete Array item by index

index = 2

//splice & will modify the origin array
const arr1 = [1,2,3,4,5];
//slice & won't modify the origin array
const arr2 = [1,2,3,4,5]

console.log("----before-----");
console.log(arr1.splice(2, 1));
console.log(arr2.slice(2, 1));

console.log("----after-----");
console.log(arr1);
console.log(arr2);

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_x000D_
let log = console.log;_x000D_
_x000D_
//splice & will modify the origin array_x000D_
const arr1 = [1,2,3,4,5];_x000D_
_x000D_
//slice & won't modify the origin array_x000D_
const arr2 = [1,2,3,4,5]_x000D_
_x000D_
log("----before-----");_x000D_
log(arr1.splice(2, 1));_x000D_
log(arr2.slice(2, 1));_x000D_
_x000D_
log("----after-----");_x000D_
log(arr1);_x000D_
log(arr2);
_x000D_
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enter image description here

Stop absolutely positioned div from overlapping text

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<div style="position: relative; width:600px;">_x000D_
        <p>Content of unknown length</p>_x000D_
        <div>Content of unknown height</div>_x000D_
        <div id="spacer" style="width: 200px; height: 100px; float:left; display:inline-block"></div>_x000D_
        <div class="btn" style="position: absolute; right: 0; bottom: 0; width: 200px; height: 100px;"></div>_x000D_
    </div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
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This should be a comment but I don't have enough reputation yet. The solution works, but visual studio code told me the following putting it into a css sheet:

inline-block is ignored due to the float. If 'float' has a value other than 'none', the box is floated and 'display' is treated as 'block'

So I did it like this

.spacer {
    float: left;
    height: 20px;
    width: 200px;
}

And it works just as well.

Using underscores in Java variables and method names

It's nice to have something to distinguish private vs. public variables, but I don't like '_' in general coding. If I can help it in new code, I avoid their use.

Return a string method in C#

Use x.fullNameMethod() to call the method.

Inline CSS styles in React: how to implement a:hover?

Adding on to Jonathan's answer, here are the events to cover the focus and active states, and a using onMouseOver instead of onMouseEnter since the latter will not bubble if you have any child elements within the target the event is being applied to.

var Link = React.createClass({

  getInitialState: function(){
    return {hover: false, active: false, focus: false}
  },

  toggleHover: function(){
    this.setState({hover: !this.state.hover})
  },

  toggleActive: function(){
    this.setState({active: !this.state.active})
  },

  toggleFocus: function(){
    this.setState({focus: !this.state.focus})
  },

  render: function() {
    var linkStyle;
    if (this.state.hover) {
      linkStyle = {backgroundColor: 'red'}
    } else if (this.state.active) {
      linkStyle = {backgroundColor: 'blue'}
    } else if (this.state.focus) {
      linkStyle = {backgroundColor: 'purple'}
    } 

    return(
      <div>
        <a style={linkStyle} 
          onMouseOver={this.toggleHover} 
          onMouseOut={this.toggleHover} 
          onMouseUp={this.toggleActive} 
          onMouseDown={this.toggleActive} 
          onFocus={this.toggleFocus}> 
          Link 
        </a>
      </div>
    )
  }

Print text instead of value from C enum

Here's a cleaner way to do it with macros:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

#define DOW(X, S)                                                         \
    X(Sunday) S X(Monday) S X(Tuesday) S X(Wednesday) S X(Thursday) S X(Friday) S X(Saturday)

#define COMMA ,

/* declare the enum */
#define DOW_ENUM(DOW) DOW
enum dow {
    DOW(DOW_ENUM, COMMA)
};

/* create an array of strings with the enum names... */
#define DOW_ARR(DOW ) [DOW] = #DOW
const char * const dow_str[] = {
    DOW(DOW_ARR, COMMA)
};

/* ...or create a switchy function. */
static const char * dowstr(int i)
{
#define DOW_CASE(D) case D: return #D

    switch(i) {
        DOW(DOW_CASE, ;);
    default: return NULL;
    }
}


int main(void)
{
    for(int i = 0; i < 7; i++)
        printf("[%d] = «%s»\n", i, dow_str[i]);
    printf("\n");
    for(int i = 0; i < 7; i++)
        printf("[%d] = «%s»\n", i, dowstr(i));
    return 0;
}

I'm not sure that this is totally portable b/w preprocessors, but it works with gcc.

This is c99 btw, so use c99 strict if you plug it into (the online compiler) ideone.

How do I combine two lists into a dictionary in Python?

I found myself needing to create a dictionary of three lists (latitude, longitude, and a value), with the following doing the trick:

> lat = [45.3,56.2,23.4,60.4]
> lon = [134.6,128.7,111.9,75.8]
> val = [3,6,2,5]
> dict(zip(zip(lat,lon),val))
{(56.2, 128.7): 6, (60.4, 75.8): 5, (23.4, 111.9): 2, (45.3, 134.6): 3}

or similar to the above examples:

> list1 = [1,2,3,4]
> list2 = [1,2,3,4]
> list3 = ['a','b','c','d']
> dict(zip(zip(list1,list2),list3))
{(3, 3): 'c', (4, 4): 'd', (1, 1): 'a', (2, 2): 'b'}

Note: Dictionaries are "orderless", but if you would like to view it as "sorted", refer to THIS question if you'd like to sort by key, or THIS question if you'd like to sort by value.

Checking if a character is a special character in Java

What I would do:

char c;
int cint;
for(int n = 0; n < str.length(); n ++;)
{
    c = str.charAt(n);
    cint = (int)c;
    if(cint <48 || (cint > 57 && cint < 65) || (cint > 90 && cint < 97) || cint > 122)
    {
        specialCharacterCount++
    }
}

That is a simple way to do things, without having to import any special classes. Stick it in a method, or put it straight into the main code.

ASCII chart: http://www.gophoto.it/view.php?i=http://i.msdn.microsoft.com/dynimg/IC102418.gif#.UHsqxFEmG08

Determining the path that a yum package installed to

yum uses RPM, so the following command will list the contents of the installed package:

$ rpm -ql package-name

Proper way to return JSON using node or Express

For the header half of the question, I'm gonna give a shout out to res.type here:

res.type('json')

is equivalent to

res.setHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json')

Source: express docs:

Sets the Content-Type HTTP header to the MIME type as determined by mime.lookup() for the specified type. If type contains the “/” character, then it sets the Content-Type to type.

JavaScript sleep/wait before continuing

JS does not have a sleep function, it has setTimeout() or setInterval() functions.

If you can move the code that you need to run after the pause into the setTimeout() callback, you can do something like this:

//code before the pause
setTimeout(function(){
    //do what you need here
}, 2000);

see example here : http://jsfiddle.net/9LZQp/

This won't halt the execution of your script, but due to the fact that setTimeout() is an asynchronous function, this code

console.log("HELLO");
setTimeout(function(){
    console.log("THIS IS");
}, 2000);
console.log("DOG");

will print this in the console:

HELLO
DOG
THIS IS

(note that DOG is printed before THIS IS)


You can use the following code to simulate a sleep for short periods of time:

function sleep(milliseconds) {
  var start = new Date().getTime();
  for (var i = 0; i < 1e7; i++) {
    if ((new Date().getTime() - start) > milliseconds){
      break;
    }
  }
}

now, if you want to sleep for 1 second, just use:

sleep(1000);

example: http://jsfiddle.net/HrJku/1/

please note that this code will keep your script busy for n milliseconds. This will not only stop execution of Javascript on your page, but depending on the browser implementation, may possibly make the page completely unresponsive, and possibly make the entire browser unresponsive. In other words this is almost always the wrong thing to do.

Remove specific characters from a string in Javascript

If you want to remove F0 from the whole string then the replaceAll() method works for you.

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console.log(str);
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How to add "active" class to Html.ActionLink in ASP.NET MVC

I have make combination of answers above and made my solution.

So..

First in razor block create one string variable which will contain name value of controller and action that is called by user.

    @{
        string controllerAction =  ViewContext.RouteData.Values["Controller"].ToString() + ViewContext.RouteData.Values["Action"].ToString(); 
    }

Then use combination of HTML and Razor code:

    <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
        <li class="@(controllerAction == "HomeIndex" ? "active" : "" )">@Html.ActionLink("Home", "Index", "Home")</li>
        <li class="@(controllerAction == "AboutIndex" ? "active" : "" )">@Html.ActionLink("About", "Index", "About")</li>
        <li class="@(controllerAction == "HomeContact" ? "active" : "" )">@Html.ActionLink("Contact", "Contact", "Home")</li>
    </ul>

I think, that this is good because you don't need to access "ViewContext.RouteData.Values" each time to get controller name and action name.

How do I resolve "Run-time error '429': ActiveX component can't create object"?

I got the same error but I solved by using regsvr32.exe in C:\Windows\SysWOW64. Because we use x64 system. So if your machine is also x64, the ocx/dll must registered also with regsvr32 x64 version

How to insert array of data into mysql using php

First of all you should stop using mysql_*. MySQL supports multiple inserting like

INSERT INTO example
VALUES
  (100, 'Name 1', 'Value 1', 'Other 1'),
  (101, 'Name 2', 'Value 2', 'Other 2'),
  (102, 'Name 3', 'Value 3', 'Other 3'),
  (103, 'Name 4', 'Value 4', 'Other 4');

You just have to build one string in your foreach loop which looks like that

$values = "(100, 'Name 1', 'Value 1', 'Other 1'), (100, 'Name 1', 'Value 1', 'Other 1'), (100, 'Name 1', 'Value 1', 'Other 1')";

and then insert it after the loop

$sql = "INSERT INTO email_list (R_ID, EMAIL, NAME) VALUES ".$values;

Another way would be Prepared Statements, which are even more suited for your situation.

Set a cookie to HttpOnly via Javascript

An HttpOnly cookie means that it's not available to scripting languages like JavaScript. So in JavaScript, there's absolutely no API available to get/set the HttpOnly attribute of the cookie, as that would otherwise defeat the meaning of HttpOnly.

Just set it as such on the server side using whatever server side language the server side is using. If JavaScript is absolutely necessary for this, you could consider to just let it send some (ajax) request with e.g. some specific request parameter which triggers the server side language to create an HttpOnly cookie. But, that would still make it easy for hackers to change the HttpOnly by just XSS and still have access to the cookie via JS and thus make the HttpOnly on your cookie completely useless.

Delete last N characters from field in a SQL Server database

I got the answer to my own question, ant this is:

select reverse(stuff(reverse('a,b,c,d,'), 1, N, ''))

Where N is the number of characters to remove. This avoids to write the complex column/string twice

Git - How to use .netrc file on Windows to save user and password

You can also install Git Credential Manager for Windows to save Git passwords in Windows credentials manager instead of _netrc. This is a more secure way to store passwords.

Why am I getting this error: No mapping specified for the following EntitySet/AssociationSet - Entity1?

I ran into the same error, but I was not using model-first. It turned out that somehow my EDMX file contained a reference to a table even though it did not show up in the designer. Interestingly, when I did a text search for the table name in Visual Studio (2013) the table was not found.

To solve the issue, I used an external editor (Notepad++) to find the reference to the offending table in the EDMX file, and then (carefully) removed all references to the table. I am sorry to say that I do not know how the EDMX file got into this state in the first place.

Check if a input box is empty

Another approach is using regex , as show below , you can use the empty regex pattern and achieve the same using ng-pattern

HTML :

 <body ng-app="app" ng-controller="formController">
 <form name="myform">
 <input name="myfield" ng-model="somefield" ng-minlength="5" ng-pattern="mypattern" required>
 <span ng-show="myform.myfield.$error.pattern">Please enter!</span>
 <span ng-show="!myform.myfield.$error.pattern">great!</span>
</form>

Controller:@formController :

var App = angular.module('app', []);
App.controller('formController', function ($scope) {              
  $scope.mypattern = /^\s*$/g;
});

CSS Border Not Working

Do this:

border: solid #000;
border-width: 0 1px;

Live demo: http://jsfiddle.net/aFzKy/

java.lang.IllegalStateException: Fragment not attached to Activity

This error can happen if you are instantiating a fragment that somehow can't be instantiated:

Fragment myFragment = MyFragment.NewInstance();


public classs MyFragment extends Fragment {
  public void onCreate() {
   // Some error here, or anywhere inside the class is preventing it from being instantiated
  }
}

In my case, i have met this when i tried to use:

private String loading = getString(R.string.loading);

Extracting columns from text file with different delimiters in Linux

If the command should work with both tabs and spaces as the delimiter I would use awk:

awk '{print $100,$101,$102,$103,$104,$105}' myfile > outfile

As long as you just need to specify 5 fields it is imo ok to just type them, for longer ranges you can use a for loop:

awk '{for(i=100;i<=105;i++)print $i}' myfile > outfile

If you want to use cut, you need to use the -f option:

cut -f100-105 myfile > outfile

If the field delimiter is different from TAB you need to specify it using -d:

cut -d' ' -f100-105 myfile > outfile

Check the man page for more info on the cut command.

What does ENABLE_BITCODE do in xcode 7?

Bitcode refers to to the type of code: "LLVM Bitcode" that is sent to iTunes Connect. This allows Apple to use certain calculations to re-optimize apps further (e.g: possibly downsize executable sizes). If Apple needs to alter your executable then they can do this without a new build being uploaded.

This differs from: Slicing which is the process of Apple optimizing your app for a user's device based on the device's resolution and architecture. Slicing does not require Bitcode. (Ex: only including @2x images on a 5s)

App Thinning is the combination of slicing, bitcode, and on-demand resources

Bitcode is an intermediate representation of a compiled program. Apps you upload to iTunes Connect that contain bitcode will be compiled and linked on the App Store. Including bitcode will allow Apple to re-optimize your app binary in the future without the need to submit a new version of your app to the store.

Apple Documentation on App Thinning

How to select specified node within Xpath node sets by index with Selenium?

(//*[@attribute='value'])[index] to find target of element while your finding multiple matches in it

Adding horizontal spacing between divs in Bootstrap 3

From what I understand you want to make a navigation bar or something similar to it. What I recommend doing is making a list and editing the items from there. Just try this;

<ul>
    <li class='item col-md-12 panel' id='gameplay-title'>Title</li>
    <li class='item col-md-6 col-md-offset-3 panel' id='gameplay-scoreboard'>Scoreboard</li>
</ul>

And so on... To add more categories add another ul in there. Now, for the CSS you just need this;

ul {
    list-style: none;
}
.item {
    display: inline;
    padding-right: 20px;
}

How to drop column with constraint?

It's not always just a default constraint that prevents from droping a column and sometimes indexes can also block you from droping the constraint. So I wrote a procedure that drops any index or constraint on a column and the column it self at the end.

IF OBJECT_ID ('ADM_delete_column', 'P') IS NOT NULL
   DROP procedure ADM_delete_column;
GO

CREATE procedure ADM_delete_column
    @table_name_in  nvarchar(300)
,   @column_name_in nvarchar(300)
AS 
BEGIN
    /*  Author: Matthis ([email protected] at 2019.07.20)
        License CC BY (creativecommons.org)
        Desc:   Administrative procedure that drops columns at MS SQL Server
                - if there is an index or constraint on the column 
                    that will be dropped in advice
                => input parameters are TABLE NAME and COLUMN NAME as STRING
    */
    SET NOCOUNT ON

    --drop index if exist (search first if there is a index on the column)
    declare @idx_name VARCHAR(100)
    SELECT  top 1 @idx_name = i.name
    from    sys.tables t
    join    sys.columns c
    on      t.object_id = c.object_id
    join    sys.index_columns ic
    on      c.object_id = ic.object_id
    and     c.column_id = ic.column_id
    join    sys.indexes i
    on      i.object_id = ic.object_id
    and     i.index_id = ic.index_id
    where   t.name like @table_name_in
    and     c.name like @column_name_in
    if      @idx_name is not null
    begin 
        print concat('DROP INDEX ', @idx_name, ' ON ', @table_name_in)
        exec ('DROP INDEX ' + @idx_name + ' ON ' + @table_name_in)
    end

    --drop fk constraint if exist (search first if there is a constraint on the column)
    declare @fk_name VARCHAR(100)
    SELECT  top 1 @fk_name = CONSTRAINT_NAME 
    from    INFORMATION_SCHEMA.CONSTRAINT_COLUMN_USAGE
    where   TABLE_NAME like @table_name_in
    and     COLUMN_NAME like @column_name_in
    if      @fk_name is not null
    begin 
        print concat('ALTER TABLE ', @table_name_in, ' DROP CONSTRAINT ', @fk_name)
        exec ('ALTER TABLE ' + @table_name_in + ' DROP CONSTRAINT ' + @fk_name)
    end

    --drop column if exist
    declare @column_name VARCHAR(100)
    SELECT  top 1 @column_name = COLUMN_NAME 
    FROM    INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS 
    WHERE   COLUMN_NAME like concat('%',@column_name_in,'%')
    if  @column_name is not null
    begin 
        print concat('ALTER TABLE ', @table_name_in, ' DROP COLUMN ', @column_name)
        exec ('ALTER TABLE ' + @table_name_in + ' DROP COLUMN ' + @column_name)
    end
end;
GO


--to run the procedure use this execute and fill the parameters 
execute ADM_delete_column 
    @table_name_in  = ''
,   @column_name_in = ''
    ;

'console' is undefined error for Internet Explorer

Paste the following at the top of your JavaScript (before using the console):

/**
 * Protect window.console method calls, e.g. console is not defined on IE
 * unless dev tools are open, and IE doesn't define console.debug
 * 
 * Chrome 41.0.2272.118: debug,error,info,log,warn,dir,dirxml,table,trace,assert,count,markTimeline,profile,profileEnd,time,timeEnd,timeStamp,timeline,timelineEnd,group,groupCollapsed,groupEnd,clear
 * Firefox 37.0.1: log,info,warn,error,exception,debug,table,trace,dir,group,groupCollapsed,groupEnd,time,timeEnd,profile,profileEnd,assert,count
 * Internet Explorer 11: select,log,info,warn,error,debug,assert,time,timeEnd,timeStamp,group,groupCollapsed,groupEnd,trace,clear,dir,dirxml,count,countReset,cd
 * Safari 6.2.4: debug,error,log,info,warn,clear,dir,dirxml,table,trace,assert,count,profile,profileEnd,time,timeEnd,timeStamp,group,groupCollapsed,groupEnd
 * Opera 28.0.1750.48: debug,error,info,log,warn,dir,dirxml,table,trace,assert,count,markTimeline,profile,profileEnd,time,timeEnd,timeStamp,timeline,timelineEnd,group,groupCollapsed,groupEnd,clear
 */
(function() {
  // Union of Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera, and Safari console methods
  var methods = ["assert", "cd", "clear", "count", "countReset",
    "debug", "dir", "dirxml", "error", "exception", "group", "groupCollapsed",
    "groupEnd", "info", "log", "markTimeline", "profile", "profileEnd",
    "select", "table", "time", "timeEnd", "timeStamp", "timeline",
    "timelineEnd", "trace", "warn"];
  var length = methods.length;
  var console = (window.console = window.console || {});
  var method;
  var noop = function() {};
  while (length--) {
    method = methods[length];
    // define undefined methods as noops to prevent errors
    if (!console[method])
      console[method] = noop;
  }
})();

The function closure wrapper is to scope the variables as to not define any variables. This guards against both undefined console and undefined console.debug (and other missing methods).

EDIT: I noticed that HTML5 Boilerplate uses similar code in its js/plugins.js file, if you're looking for a solution that will (probably) be kept up-to-date.

Making PHP var_dump() values display one line per value

For devs needing something that works in the view source and the CLI, especially useful when debugging unit tests.

echo vd([['foo'=>1, 'bar'=>2]]);

function vd($in) {
  ob_start(); 
  var_dump($in);
  return "\n" . preg_replace("/=>[\r\n\s]+/", "=> ", ob_get_clean());
}

Yields:

array(1) {
  [0] => array(2) {
    'foo' => int(1)
    'bar' => int(2)
  }
}

How can I parse a YAML file in Python

To access any element of a list in a YAML file like this:

global:
  registry:
    url: dtr-:5000/
    repoPath:
  dbConnectionString: jdbc:oracle:thin:@x.x.x.x:1521:abcd

You can use following python script:

import yaml

with open("/some/path/to/yaml.file", 'r') as f:
    valuesYaml = yaml.load(f, Loader=yaml.FullLoader)

print(valuesYaml['global']['dbConnectionString'])

Calling JavaScript Function From CodeBehind

You may try this :

Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(this.GetType(),"CallMyFunction","MyFunction()",true);

XCOPY: Overwrite all without prompt in BATCH

The solution is the /Y switch:

xcopy "C:\Users\ADMIN\Desktop\*.*" "D:\Backup\" /K /D /H /Y

How can I make a TextArea 100% width without overflowing when padding is present in CSS?

I was looking for an inline-styling solution instead of CSS solution, and this is the best I can go for a responsive textarea:

<div style="width: 100%; max-width: 500px;">
  <textarea style="width: 100%;"></textarea>
</div>

Excel VBA - select multiple columns not in sequential order

Range("A:B,D:E,G:H").Select can help

Edit note: I just saw you have used different column sequence, I have updated my answer

How to center icon and text in a android button with width set to "fill parent"

Other possibility to keep Button theme.

<Button
            android:id="@+id/pf_bt_edit"
            android:layout_height="@dimen/standard_height"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            />

        <LinearLayout
            android:layout_width="0dp"
            android:layout_height="0dp"
            android:layout_alignBottom="@id/pf_bt_edit"
            android:layout_alignLeft="@id/pf_bt_edit"
            android:layout_alignRight="@id/pf_bt_edit"
            android:layout_alignTop="@id/pf_bt_edit"
            android:layout_margin="@dimen/margin_10"
            android:clickable="false"
            android:elevation="20dp"
            android:gravity="center"
            android:orientation="horizontal"
            >

            <ImageView
                android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                android:layout_height="match_parent"
                android:adjustViewBounds="true"
                android:clickable="false"
                android:src="@drawable/ic_edit_white_48dp"/>

            <TextView
                android:id="@+id/pf_tv_edit"
                android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                android:layout_height="match_parent"
                android:layout_marginLeft="@dimen/margin_5"
                android:clickable="false"
                android:gravity="center"
                android:text="@string/pf_bt_edit"/>

        </LinearLayout>

With this solution if your add @color/your_color @color/your_highlight_color in your activity theme, you can have Matherial theme on Lollipop whith shadow and ripple, and for previous version flat button with your color and highlight coor when you press it.

Moreover, with this solution autoresize of picture

Result : First on Lollipop device Second : On pre lollipop device 3th : Pre lollipop device press button

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How to vertically align an image inside a div

CSS Grid

If you want to align a single image vertically inside an image container you can use this:

.img-container {
  display: grid;
}

img { 
  align-self: center;
}

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.img-container {
  display: grid;
  grid-auto-flow: column; 
  background: #BADA55;
  width: 1200px;
  height: 500px;
}

img.vertical-align {
  align-self: center;
}
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<div class="img-container">
  <img src="https://picsum.photos/300/300" />
  <img class="vertical-align" src="https://picsum.photos/300/300" />
  <img src="https://picsum.photos/300/300" />
</div>
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If you want to align multiple images inside an image container you can use this:

.img-container {
  display: grid;
  align-items: center;
}

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.img-container {
  display: grid;
  grid-auto-flow: column;
  align-items: center;
  background: #BADA55;
  width: 1200px;
  height: 500px;
}
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<div class="img-container">
  <img src="https://picsum.photos/300/300" />
  <img src="https://picsum.photos/300/300" />
  <img src="https://picsum.photos/300/300" />
</div>
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Please note that I have used grid-auto-flow: column in both the cases because otherwise the elements wrap to a row with specifying explicit grid items. In the question code, I see the item centered horizontally too. In that case, just make use of the place-items: center instead of align-items: center.

Check if a Windows service exists and delete in PowerShell

  • For PowerShell versions prior to v6, you can do this:

    Stop-Service 'YourServiceName'; Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_Service -Filter "Name='YourServiceName'" | Remove-CimInstance
    
  • For v6+, you can use the Remove-Service cmdlet.

Observe that starting in Windows PowerShell 3.0, the cmdlet Get-WmiObject has been superseded by Get-CimInstance.

Python list sort in descending order

This will give you a sorted version of the array.

sorted(timestamps, reverse=True)

If you want to sort in-place:

timestamps.sort(reverse=True)

Import CSV file into SQL Server

Based SQL Server CSV Import

1) The CSV file data may have , (comma) in between (Ex: description), so how can I make import handling these data?

Solution

If you're using , (comma) as a delimiter, then there is no way to differentiate between a comma as a field terminator and a comma in your data. I would use a different FIELDTERMINATOR like ||. Code would look like and this will handle comma and single slash perfectly.

2) If the client create the csv from excel then the data that have comma are enclosed within " ... " (double quotes) [as the below example] so how do the import can handle this?

Solution

If you're using BULK insert then there is no way to handle double quotes, data will be inserted with double quotes into rows. after inserting the data into table you could replace those double quotes with ''.

update table
set columnhavingdoublequotes = replace(columnhavingdoublequotes,'"','')

3) How do we track if some rows have bad data, which import skips? (does import skips rows that are not importable)?

Solution

To handle rows which aren't loaded into table because of invalid data or format, could be handle using ERRORFILE property, specify the error file name, it will write the rows having error to error file. code should look like.

BULK INSERT SchoolsTemp
    FROM 'C:\CSVData\Schools.csv'
    WITH
    (
    FIRSTROW = 2,
    FIELDTERMINATOR = ',',  --CSV field delimiter
    ROWTERMINATOR = '\n',   --Use to shift the control to next row
    ERRORFILE = 'C:\CSVDATA\SchoolsErrorRows.csv',
    TABLOCK
    )

Invalid column name sql error

Your issue seems to be the Name keyword. Rather use FullName or firstName and lastName, always try and remember to use CamelCase too.

How can I set a dynamic model name in AngularJS?

What I ended up doing is something like this:

In the controller:

link: function($scope, $element, $attr) {
  $scope.scope = $scope;  // or $scope.$parent, as needed
  $scope.field = $attr.field = '_suffix';
  $scope.subfield = $attr.sub_node;
  ...

so in the templates I could use totally dynamic names, and not just under a certain hard-coded element (like in your "Answers" case):

<textarea ng-model="scope[field][subfield]"></textarea>

Hope this helps.

How to get Current Directory?

You can remove the filename from GetModuleFileName() with more elegant way:

TCHAR fullPath[MAX_PATH];
TCHAR driveLetter[3];
TCHAR directory[MAX_PATH];
TCHAR FinalPath[MAX_PATH];
GetModuleFileName(NULL, fullPath, MAX_PATH);
_splitpath(fullPath, driveLetter, directory, NULL, NULL);
sprintf(FinalPath, "%s%s",driveLetter, directory);

Hope it helps!

How can I check if a directory exists in a Bash shell script?

Or for something completely useless:

[ -d . ] || echo "No"

MSIE and addEventListener Problem in Javascript?

Internet Explorer (IE8 and lower) doesn't support addEventListener(...). It has its own event model using the attachEvent method. You could use some code like this:

var element = document.getElementById('container');
if (document.addEventListener){
    element .addEventListener('copy', beforeCopy, false); 
} else if (el.attachEvent){
    element .attachEvent('oncopy', beforeCopy);
}

Though I recommend avoiding writing your own event handling wrapper and instead use a JavaScript framework (such as jQuery, Dojo, MooTools, YUI, Prototype, etc) and avoid having to create the fix for this on your own.

By the way, the third argument in the W3C model of events has to do with the difference between bubbling and capturing events. In almost every situation you'll want to handle events as they bubble, not when they're captured. It is useful when using event delegation on things like "focus" events for text boxes, which don't bubble.

Git with SSH on Windows

If Git for windows is installed, run Git Bash shell:

  bash

You can run ssh from within Bash shell (Bash is aware of the path of ssh)

To know the exact path of ssh, run "where" command in Bash shell:

  $ where ssh

you get:

  c:\Program Files\Git\usr\bin\ssh.exe

Difference between \w and \b regular expression meta characters

\b <= this is a word boundary.

Matches at a position that is followed by a word character but not preceded by a word character, or that is preceded by a word character but not followed by a word character.

\w <= stands for "word character". 

It always matches the ASCII characters [A-Za-z0-9_]

Is there anything specific you are trying to match?

Some useful regex websites for beginners or just to wet your appetite.

I found this to be a very useful book:

Make an Installation program for C# applications and include .NET Framework installer into the setup

WiX is the way to go for new installers. If WiX alone is too complicated or not flexible enough on the GUI side consider using SharpSetup - it allows you to create installer GUI in WinForms of WPF and has other nice features like translations, autoupdater, built-in prerequisites, improved autocompletion in VS and more.

(Disclaimer: I am the author of SharpSetup.)

Combining Two Images with OpenCV

The three best way to do it using a single line of code

import cv2
import numpy as np 


img = cv2.imread('Imgs/Saint_Roch_new/data/Point_4_Face.jpg')
dim = (256, 256)
resizedLena = cv2.resize(img, dim, interpolation = cv2.INTER_LINEAR)
X, Y = resizedLena, resizedLena

# Methode 1: Using Numpy (hstack, vstack)
Fusion_Horizontal = np.hstack((resizedLena, Y, X))
Fusion_Vertical   = np.vstack((newIMG, X))

cv2.imshow('Fusion_Vertical using vstack', Fusion_Vertical)
cv2.waitKey(0)

# Methode 2: Using Numpy (contanate)
Fusion_Vertical   = np.concatenate((resizedLena, X, Y), axis=0)
Fusion_Horizontal = np.concatenate((resizedLena, X, Y), axis=1)

cv2.imshow("Fusion_Horizontal usung concatenate", Fusion_Horizontal)
cv2.waitKey(0)


# Methode 3: Using OpenCV (vconcat, hconcat)
Fusion_Vertical   = cv2.vconcat([resizedLena, X, Y])
Fusion_Horizontal = cv2.hconcat([resizedLena, X, Y])

cv2.imshow("Fusion_Horizontal Using hconcat", Fusion_Horizontal)
cv2.waitKey(0)

Multiple inheritance for an anonymous class

An anonymous class usually implements an interface:

new Runnable() { // implements Runnable!
   public void run() {}
}

JFrame.addWindowListener( new WindowAdapter() { // extends  class
} );

If you mean whether you can implement 2 or more interfaces, than I think that's not possible. You can then make a private interface which combines the two. Though I cannot easily imagine why you would want an anonymous class to have that:

 public class MyClass {
   private interface MyInterface extends Runnable, WindowListener { 
   }

   Runnable r = new MyInterface() {
    // your anonymous class which implements 2 interaces
   }

 }

MySQL Foreign Key Error 1005 errno 150 primary key as foreign key

I had this error and found the reason for the error in my case. I'm still answering to this old post because it ranks pretty high on Google.

The variables of both of the column I wanted to link were integers but one of the ints had 'unsigned' checked on. Simply un-checking that fixed my error.

How to make a website secured with https

What should I do to prepare my website for https. (Do I need to alter the code / Config)

You should keep best practices for secure coding in mind (here is a good intro: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Secure_Coding_Principles ), otherwise all you need is a correctly set up SSL certificate.

Is SSL and https one and the same..

Pretty much, yes.

Do I need to apply with someone to get some license or something.

You can buy an SSL certificate from a certificate authority or use a self-signed certificate. The ones you can purchase vary wildly in price - from $10 to hundreds of dollars a year. You would need one of those if you set up an online shop, for example. Self-signed certificates are a viable option for an internal application. You can also use one of those for development. Here's a good tutorial on how to set up a self-signed certificate for IIS: Enabling SSL on IIS 7.0 Using Self-Signed Certificates

Do I need to make all my pages secured or only the login page..

Use HTTPS for everything, not just the initial user login. It's not going to be too much of an overhead and it will mean the data that the users send/receive from your remotely hosted application cannot be read by outside parties if it is intercepted. Even Gmail now turns on HTTPS by default.

What is the reason for a red exclamation mark next to my project in Eclipse?

Go to Project -> right click -> properties -> Java Build Path -> Libraries

Delete all the JARs which have red cross symbol on the icon.

Resolved.

Dropdownlist validation in Asp.net Using Required field validator

Here use asp:CompareValidator, and compare the value to "select" option.

Use Operator="NotEqual" ValueToCompare="0" to prevent the user from submitting the "select".

<asp:CompareValidator ControlToValidate="ddlReportType" ID="CompareValidator1"
    ValidationGroup="g1" CssClass="errormesg" ErrorMessage="Please select a type"
    runat="server" Display="Dynamic" 
    Operator="NotEqual" ValueToCompare="0" Type="Integer" />

When you do above, if you select the "select " option from dropdown it will show the ErrorMessage.