Programs & Examples On #Alert

An alert is usually a notification message to draw one's attention.

How to edit a JavaScript alert box title?

To answer the questions in terms of how you asked it.

This is actually REALLY easy (in Internet Explorer, at least), i did it in like 17.5 seconds.

If you use the custom script that cxfx provided: (place it in your apsx file)

<script language="VBScript">
Sub myAlert(title, content)
MsgBox content, 0, title 
End Sub 
</script>

You can then call it just like you called the regular alert. Just modify your code to the following.

Response.Write("<script language=JavaScript> myAlert('Message Header Here','Hi select a valid date'); </script>");

Hope that helps you, or someone else!

HTML - Alert Box when loading page

You can try this.

$(document).ready(function(){      
  alert();
     $('#rep??ortVariablesTable tbody').append( '<tr><td>lll</td><td>lll</td></tr>');
}); 

How to change theme for AlertDialog

You can override the default theme used by DialogFragments spawned by an activity by modifying the activity's theme's attributes....

set the activity's theme in AndroidManifest.xml.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    package="com.example.helloworld">

    <application
        android:name=".App"
        android:allowBackup="true"
        android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher"
        android:label="@string/app_name"
        android:roundIcon="@mipmap/ic_launcher_round"
        android:supportsRtl="true"
        android:theme="@style/AppTheme">     <!-- set all Activity themes to your custom theme -->

        .....

    </application>

</manifest>

in the values/styles.xml, override the item used to determine what theme to use for spawned DialogFragments

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<resources>

    <style name="AppTheme" parent="Theme.AppCompat">

        <!-- override the default theme for DialogFragments -->
        <item name="android:dialogTheme">@style/AppTheme.Dialog</item>

    </style>

    .....

</resources>

in the values/styles.xml, define and configure the theme you want to use for DialogFragments

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<resources>

    .....

    <!--
        configure your custom theme for DialogFragments...
    -->
    <style name="AppTheme.Dialog" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Dialog.MinWidth">

        <!-- override the default theme for DialogFragments spawned by this DialogFragment -->
        <item name="android:dialogTheme">@style/AppTheme.Dialog</item>

        <!--
            OPTIONAL: override the background for the dialog...i am using a dark theme,
            and for some reason, there is no themes for dialogs with dark backgrounds,
            so, i made my own.
        -->
        <item name="android:windowBackground">@drawable/dialog__window_background</item>

        <!--
            add the title to the dialog's theme. you can remove it later by using
            DialogFragment.setStyle()
        -->
        <item name="android:windowNoTitle">false</item>
        <item name="windowNoTitle">?android:windowNoTitle</item>

    </style>

    .....

</resources>

OPTIONAL: if you use a dark theme, and overrode android:windowBackground like i did in AppTheme.Dialog, then add a drawable/dialog__window_background.xml file with the contents:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<inset xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:insetLeft="16dp"
    android:insetTop="16dp"
    android:insetRight="16dp"
    android:insetBottom="16dp">
    <shape android:shape="rectangle">
        <corners android:radius="?dialogCornerRadius" />
        <solid android:color="?android:colorBackground" />
    </shape>
</inset>

How to display an alert box from C# in ASP.NET?

Hey Try This Code.

ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(Page, Page.GetType(), "Alert", "Data has been saved", true);

Cheers

Javascript Array Alert

If you want to see the array as an array, you can say

alert(JSON.stringify(aCustomers));

instead of all those document.writes.

http://jsfiddle.net/5b2eb/

However, if you want to display them cleanly, one per line, in your popup, do this:

alert(aCustomers.join("\n"));

http://jsfiddle.net/5b2eb/1/

Alert handling in Selenium WebDriver (selenium 2) with Java

Write the following method:

public boolean isAlertPresent() {
    try {
        driver.switchTo().alert();
        return true;
    } // try
    catch (Exception e) {
        return false;
    } // catch
}

Now, you can check whether alert is present or not by using the method written above as below:

if (isAlertPresent()) {
    driver.switchTo().alert();
    driver.switchTo().alert().accept();
    driver.switchTo().defaultContent();
}

How to handle login pop up window using Selenium WebDriver?

Simply switch to alert and use authenticateUsing to set usename and password and then comeback to parent window

Alert Windowalert = driver.switchTo().alert() ;
Windowalert.authenticateUsing(new UserAndPassword(_user_name,_password));
driver.switchTo().defaultContent() ; 

Twitter Bootstrap alert message close and open again

Data-dismiss completely removes the element. Use jQuery's .hide() method instead.

The fix-it-quick method:

Using inline javascript to hide the element onclick like this:

<div class="alert" style="display: none"> 
    <a class="close" onclick="$('.alert').hide()">×</a>  
    <strong>Warning!</strong> Best check yo self, you're not looking too good.  
</div>

<a href="#" onclick="$('alert').show()">show</a>

http://jsfiddle.net/cQNFL/

This should however only be used if you are lazy (which is no good thing if you want an maintainable app).

The do-it-right method:

Create a new data attribute for hiding an element.

Javascript:

$(function(){
    $("[data-hide]").on("click", function(){
        $("." + $(this).attr("data-hide")).hide()
        // -or-, see below
        // $(this).closest("." + $(this).attr("data-hide")).hide()
    })
})

and then change data-dismiss to data-hide in the markup. Example at jsfiddle.

$("." + $(this).attr("data-hide")).hide()

This will hide all elements with the class specified in data-hide, i.e: data-hide="alert" will hide all elements with the alert class.

Xeon06 provided an alternative solution:

$(this).closest("." + $(this).attr("data-hide")).hide()

This will only hide the closest parent element. This is very useful if you don't want to give each alert a unique class. Please note that, however, you need to place the close button within the alert.

Definition of .closest from jquery doc:

For each element in the set, get the first element that matches the selector by testing the element itself and traversing up through its ancestors in the DOM tree.

alert() not working in Chrome

put this line at the end of the body. May be the DOM is not ready yet at the moment this line is read by compiler.

<script type="text/javascript" src="script.js"></script>"

Bootstrap Alert Auto Close

C# Controller:

var result = await _roleManager.CreateAsync(identityRole);
   if (result.Succeeded == true)
       TempData["roleCreateAlert"] = "Added record successfully";

Razor Page:

@if (TempData["roleCreateAlert"] != null)
{
    <div class="alert alert-success">
        <a href="#" class="close" data-dismiss="alert" aria-label="close">×</a>
        <p>@TempData["roleCreateAlert"]</p>
    </div>
}

Any Alert Auto Close:

<script type="text/javascript">
    $(".alert").delay(5000).slideUp(200, function () {
        $(this).alert('close');
    });
</script>

How to check if an alert exists using WebDriver?

The following (C# implementation, but similar in Java) allows you to determine if there is an alert without exceptions and without creating the WebDriverWait object.

boolean isDialogPresent(WebDriver driver) {
    IAlert alert = ExpectedConditions.AlertIsPresent().Invoke(driver);
    return (alert != null);
}

Animate a custom Dialog

I have created the Fade in and Fade Out animation for Dialogbox using ChrisJD code.

  1. Inside res/style.xml

    <style name="AppTheme" parent="android:Theme.Light" />
    <style name="PauseDialog" parent="@android:style/Theme.Dialog">
        <item name="android:windowAnimationStyle">@style/PauseDialogAnimation</item>
    </style>
    
    <style name="PauseDialogAnimation">
        <item name="android:windowEnterAnimation">@anim/fadein</item>
        <item name="android:windowExitAnimation">@anim/fadeout</item>
    </style>
    

  2. Inside anim/fadein.xml

    <alpha xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        android:interpolator="@android:anim/accelerate_interpolator"
        android:fromAlpha="0.0" android:toAlpha="1.0" android:duration="500" />
    
  3. Inside anim/fadeout.xml

    <alpha xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        android:interpolator="@android:anim/anticipate_interpolator"
        android:fromAlpha="1.0" android:toAlpha="0.0" android:duration="500" />
    
  4. MainActivity

    Dialog imageDiaglog= new Dialog(MainActivity.this,R.style.PauseDialog);
    

How do I make a Mac Terminal pop-up/alert? Applescript?

Use osascript. For example:

osascript -e 'tell app "Finder" to display dialog "Hello World"' 

Replacing “Finder” with whatever app you desire. Note if that app is backgrounded, the dialog will appear in the background too. To always show in the foreground, use “System Events” as the app:

osascript -e 'tell app "System Events" to display dialog "Hello World"'

Read more on Mac OS X Hints.

How to Automatically Close Alerts using Twitter Bootstrap

With delay and fade :

setTimeout(function(){
    $(".alert").each(function(index){
        $(this).delay(200*index).fadeTo(1500,0).slideUp(500,function(){
            $(this).remove();
        });
    });
},2000);

javascript popup alert on link click

In order to do this you need to attach the handler to a specific anchor on the page. For operations like this it's much easier to use a standard framework like jQuery. For example if I had the following HTML

HTML:

<a id="theLink">Click Me</a>

I could use the following jQuery to hookup an event to that specific link.

// Use ready to ensure document is loaded before running javascript
$(document).ready(function() {

  // The '#theLink' portion is a selector which matches a DOM element
  // with the id 'theLink' and .click registers a call back for the 
  // element being clicked on 
  $('#theLink').click(function (event) {

    // This stops the link from actually being followed which is the 
    // default action 
    event.preventDefault();

    var answer confirm("Please click OK to continue");
    if (!answer) {
      window.location="http://www.continue.com"
    }
  });

});

Javascript close alert box

no control over the dialog box, if you had control over the dialog box you could write obtrusive javascript code. (Its is not a good idea to use alert for anything except debugging)

How to show an alert box in PHP?

There is a syntax error (typo):

It's alert not alery.

chrome undo the action of "prevent this page from creating additional dialogs"

If you wish dialog box to be re-activated for the page you set as prevent dialog box to show.

Chrome: select settings, a google page for chrome will open with all your settings for chrome.

At the very bottom, go to advance settings and at the bottom of the advance settings you may click on Resset Browser Settings... this will make dialog box appear as they should.

Click in OK button inside an Alert (Selenium IDE)

To click the "ok" button in an alert box:

driver.switchTo().alert().accept();

console.log showing contents of array object

Json stands for JavaScript Object Notation really all json is are javascript objects so your array is in json form already. To write it out in a div you could do a bunch of things one of the easiest I think would be:

 objectDiv.innerHTML = filter;

where objectDiv is the div you want selected from the DOM using jquery. If you wanted to list parts of the array out you could access them since it is a javascript object like so:

 objectDiv.innerHTML = filter.dvals.valueToDisplay; //brand or count depending.

edit: anything you want to be a string but is not currently (which is rare javascript treats almost everything as a string) just use the toString() function built in. so line above if you needed it would be filter.dvals.valueToDisplay.toString();

second edit to clarify: this answer is in response to the OP's comments and not completely to his original question.

How to get Text BOLD in Alert or Confirm box?

The alert() dialog is not rendered in HTML, and thus the HTML you have embedded is meaningless.

You'd need to use a custom modal to achieve that.

Swift alert view with OK and Cancel: which button tapped?

Updated for swift 3:

// function defination:

@IBAction func showAlertDialog(_ sender: UIButton) {
        // Declare Alert
        let dialogMessage = UIAlertController(title: "Confirm", message: "Are you sure you want to Logout?", preferredStyle: .alert)

        // Create OK button with action handler
        let ok = UIAlertAction(title: "OK", style: .default, handler: { (action) -> Void in
             print("Ok button click...")
             self.logoutFun()
        })

        // Create Cancel button with action handlder
        let cancel = UIAlertAction(title: "Cancel", style: .cancel) { (action) -> Void in
            print("Cancel button click...")
        }

        //Add OK and Cancel button to dialog message
        dialogMessage.addAction(ok)
        dialogMessage.addAction(cancel)

        // Present dialog message to user
        self.present(dialogMessage, animated: true, completion: nil)
    }

// logoutFun() function definaiton :

func logoutFun()
{
    print("Logout Successfully...!")
}

How to reload a page after the OK click on the Alert Page

Use javascript confirm() method instead of alert. It returns true if the user clicked ok button and returns false when user clicked on cancel button. Sample code will look like this :

if(confirm('Successful Message')){
    window.location.reload();  
}

Capturing count from an SQL query

Use SqlCommand.ExecuteScalar() and cast it to an int:

cmd.CommandText = "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM table_name";
Int32 count = (Int32) cmd.ExecuteScalar();

SELECT INTO Variable in MySQL DECLARE causes syntax error?

For those running in such issues right now, just try to put an alias for the table, this should the trick, e.g:

SELECT myvalue 
  INTO myvar 
  FROM mytable x
 WHERE x.anothervalue = 1;

It worked for me.

Cheers.

JavaScript inside an <img title="<a href='#' onClick='alert('Hello World!')>The Link</a>" /> possible?

Im my browser, this doesn't work at all. The tooltip field doesn't show a link, but <a href='#' onClick='alert('Hello World!')>The Link</a>. I'm using FF 3.6.12.

You'll have to do this by hand with JS and CSS. Begin here

How to limit the number of dropzone.js files uploaded?

You can also add in callbacks - here I'm using Dropzone for Angular

dzCallbacks = {
    'addedfile' : function(file){
        $scope.btSend = false;
        $scope.form.logoFile = file;
    },
    'success' : function(file, xhr){
        $scope.btSend = true;
        console.log(file, xhr);
    },
    'maxfilesexceeded': function(file) {
         $timeout(function() { 
            file._removeLink.click();
        }, 2000);
    }
}

Coding Conventions - Naming Enums

If I can add my $0.02, I prefer using PascalCase as enum values in C.

In C, they are basically global, and PEER_CONNECTED gets really tiring as opposed to PeerConnected.

Breath of fresh air.

Literally, it makes me breathe easier.

In Java, it is possible to use raw enum names as long as you static import them from another class.

import static pkg.EnumClass.*;

Now, you can use the unqualified names, that you qualified in a different way already.

I am currently (thinking) about porting some C code to Java and currently 'torn' between choosing Java convention (which is more verbose, more lengthy, and more ugly) and my C style.

PeerConnected would become PeerState.CONNECTED except in switch statements, where it is CONNECTED.

Now there is much to say for the latter convention and it does look nice but certain "idiomatic phrases" such as if (s == PeerAvailable) become like if (s == PeerState.AVAILABLE) and nostalgically, this is a loss of meaning to me.

I think I still prefer the Java style because of clarity but I have a hard time looking at the screaming code.

Now I realize PascalCase is already widely used in Java but very confusing it would not really be, just a tad out of place.

How to list the properties of a JavaScript object?

Under browsers supporting js 1.8:

[i for(i in obj)]

Printing the correct number of decimal points with cout

To set fixed 2 digits after the decimal point use these first:

cout.setf(ios::fixed);
cout.setf(ios::showpoint);
cout.precision(2);

Then print your double values.

This is an example:

#include <iostream>
using std::cout;
using std::ios;
using std::endl;

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
    cout.setf(ios::fixed);
    cout.setf(ios::showpoint);
    cout.precision(2);
    double d = 10.90;
    cout << d << endl;
    return 0;
}

Extract csv file specific columns to list in Python

import csv
from sys import argv

d = open("mydata.csv", "r")

db = []

for line in csv.reader(d):
    db.append(line)

# the rest of your code with 'db' filled with your list of lists as rows and columbs of your csv file.

Creating a LinkedList class from scratch

How about a fully functional implementation of a non-recursive Linked List?

I created this for my Algorithms I class as a stepping stone to gain a better understanding before moving onto writing a doubly-linked queue class for an assignment.

Here's the code:

import java.util.Iterator;
import java.util.NoSuchElementException;

public class LinkedList<T> implements Iterable<T> {
    private Node first;
    private Node last;
    private int N;

    public LinkedList() {
        first = null;
        last = null;
        N = 0;
    }

    public void add(T item) {
        if (item == null) { throw new NullPointerException("The first argument for addLast() is null."); }
        if (!isEmpty()) {
            Node prev = last;
            last = new Node(item, null);
            prev.next = last;
        }
        else {
            last = new Node(item, null);
            first = last;
        }
        N++;
    }

    public boolean remove(T item) {
        if (isEmpty()) { throw new IllegalStateException("Cannot remove() from and empty list."); }
        boolean result = false;
        Node prev = first;
        Node curr = first;
        while (curr.next != null || curr == last) {
            if (curr.data.equals(item)) {
                // remove the last remaining element
                if (N == 1) { first = null; last = null; }
                // remove first element
                else if (curr.equals(first)) { first = first.next; }
                // remove last element
                else if (curr.equals(last)) { last = prev; last.next = null; }
                // remove element
                else { prev.next = curr.next; }
                N--;
                result = true;
                break;
            }
            prev = curr;
            curr = prev.next;
        }
        return result;
    }

    public int size() {
        return N;
    }

    public boolean isEmpty() {
        return N == 0;
    }

    private class Node {
        private T data;
        private Node next;

        public Node(T data, Node next) {
            this.data = data;
            this.next = next;
        }
    }

    public Iterator<T> iterator() { return new LinkedListIterator(); }

    private class LinkedListIterator implements Iterator<T> {
        private Node current = first;

        public T next() {
            if (!hasNext()) { throw new NoSuchElementException(); }
            T item = current.data;
            current = current.next;
            return item;
        }

        public boolean hasNext() { return current != null; }

        public void remove() { throw new UnsupportedOperationException(); }
    }

    @Override public String toString() {
        StringBuilder s = new StringBuilder();
        for (T item : this)
            s.append(item + " ");
        return s.toString();
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        LinkedList<String> list = new LinkedList<>();
        while(!StdIn.isEmpty()) {
            String input = StdIn.readString();
            if (input.equals("print")) { StdOut.println(list.toString()); continue; }
            if (input.charAt(0) == ('+')) { list.add(input.substring(1)); continue; }
            if (input.charAt(0) == ('-')) { list.remove(input.substring(1)); continue; }
            break;
        }
    }
}

Note: It's a pretty basic implementation of a singly-linked-list. The 'T' type is a generic type placeholder. Basically, this linked list should work with any type that inherits from Object. If you use it for primitive types be sure to use the nullable class equivalents (ex 'Integer' for the 'int' type). The 'last' variable isn't really necessary except that it shortens insertions to O(1) time. Removals are slow since they run in O(N) time but it allows you to remove the first occurrence of a value in the list.

If you want you could also look into implementing:

  • addFirst() - add a new item to the beginning of the LinkedList
  • removeFirst() - remove the first item from the LinkedList
  • removeLast() - remove the last item from the LinkedList
  • addAll() - add a list/array of items to the LinkedList
  • removeAll() - remove a list/array of items from the LinkedList
  • contains() - check to see if the LinkedList contains an item
  • contains() - clear all items in the LinkedList

Honestly, it only takes a few lines of code to make this a doubly-linked list. The main difference between this and a doubly-linked-list is that the Node instances of a doubly-linked list require an additional reference that points to the previous element in the list.

The benefit of this over a recursive implementation is that it's faster and you don't have to worry about flooding the stack when you traverse large lists.

There are 3 commands to test this in the debugger/console:

  • Prefixing a value by a '+' will add it to the list.
  • Prefixing with a '-' will remove the first occurrence from the list.
  • Typing 'print' will print out the list with the values separated by spaces.

If you have never seen the internals of how one of these works I suggest you step through the following in the debugger:

  • add() - tacks a new node onto the end or initializes the first/last values if the list is empty
  • remove() - walks the list from the start-to-end. If it finds a match it removes that item and connects the broken links between the previous and next links in the chain. Special exceptions are added when there is no previous or next link.
  • toString() - uses the foreach iterator to simply walk the list chain from beginning-to-end.

While there are better and more efficient approaches for lists like array-lists, understanding how the application traverses via references/pointers is integral to understanding how many higher-level data structures work.

How to configure PostgreSQL to accept all incoming connections

Addition to above great answers, if you want some range of IPs to be authorized, you could edit /var/lib/pgsql/{VERSION}/data file and put something like

host all all 172.0.0.0/8 trust

It will accept incoming connections from any host of the above range. Source: http://www.linuxtopia.org/online_books/database_guides/Practical_PostgreSQL_database/c15679_002.htm

Open firewall port on CentOS 7

Firewalld is a bit non-intuitive for the iptables veteran. For those who prefer an iptables-driven firewall with iptables-like syntax in an easy configurable tree, try replacing firewalld with fwtree: https://www.linuxglobal.com/fwtree-flexible-linux-tree-based-firewall/ and then do the following:

 echo '-p tcp --dport 80 -m conntrack --cstate NEW -j ACCEPT' > /etc/fwtree.d/filter/INPUT/80-allow.rule
 systemctl reload fwtree 

How to get the path of a running JAR file?

Use ClassLoader.getResource() to find the URL for your current class.

For example:

package foo;

public class Test
{
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        ClassLoader loader = Test.class.getClassLoader();
        System.out.println(loader.getResource("foo/Test.class"));
    }
}

(This example taken from a similar question.)

To find the directory, you'd then need to take apart the URL manually. See the JarClassLoader tutorial for the format of a jar URL.

What is __main__.py?

What is the __main__.py file for?

When creating a Python module, it is common to make the module execute some functionality (usually contained in a main function) when run as the entry point of the program. This is typically done with the following common idiom placed at the bottom of most Python files:

if __name__ == '__main__':
    # execute only if run as the entry point into the program
    main()

You can get the same semantics for a Python package with __main__.py, which might have the following structure:

.
+-- demo
    +-- __init__.py
    +-- __main__.py

To see this, paste the below into a Python 3 shell:

from pathlib import Path

demo = Path.cwd() / 'demo'
demo.mkdir()

(demo / '__init__.py').write_text("""
print('demo/__init__.py executed')

def main():
    print('main() executed')
""")

(demo / '__main__.py').write_text("""
print('demo/__main__.py executed')

from demo import main

main()
""")

We can treat demo as a package and actually import it, which executes the top-level code in the __init__.py (but not the main function):

>>> import demo
demo/__init__.py executed

When we use the package as the entry point to the program, we perform the code in the __main__.py, which imports the __init__.py first:

$ python -m demo
demo/__init__.py executed
demo/__main__.py executed
main() executed

You can derive this from the documentation. The documentation says:

__main__ — Top-level script environment

'__main__' is the name of the scope in which top-level code executes. A module’s __name__ is set equal to '__main__' when read from standard input, a script, or from an interactive prompt.

A module can discover whether or not it is running in the main scope by checking its own __name__, which allows a common idiom for conditionally executing code in a module when it is run as a script or with python -m but not when it is imported:

if __name__ == '__main__':
     # execute only if run as a script
     main()

For a package, the same effect can be achieved by including a __main__.py module, the contents of which will be executed when the module is run with -m.

Zipped

You can also zip up this directory, including the __main__.py, into a single file and run it from the command line like this - but note that zipped packages can't execute sub-packages or submodules as the entry point:

from pathlib import Path

demo = Path.cwd() / 'demo2'
demo.mkdir()

(demo / '__init__.py').write_text("""
print('demo2/__init__.py executed')

def main():
    print('main() executed')
""")

(demo / '__main__.py').write_text("""
print('demo2/__main__.py executed')

from __init__ import main

main()
""")

Note the subtle change - we are importing main from __init__ instead of demo2 - this zipped directory is not being treated as a package, but as a directory of scripts. So it must be used without the -m flag.

Particularly relevant to the question - zipapp causes the zipped directory to execute the __main__.py by default - and it is executed first, before __init__.py:

$ python -m zipapp demo2 -o demo2zip
$ python demo2zip
demo2/__main__.py executed
demo2/__init__.py executed
main() executed

Note again, this zipped directory is not a package - you cannot import it either.

Web Reference vs. Service Reference

Add Web Reference is the old-style, deprecated ASP.NET webservices (ASMX) technology (using only the XmlSerializer for your stuff) - if you do this, you get an ASMX client for an ASMX web service. You can do this in just about any project (Web App, Web Site, Console App, Winforms - you name it).

Add Service Reference is the new way of doing it, adding a WCF service reference, which gives you a much more advanced, much more flexible service model than just plain old ASMX stuff.

Since you're not ready to move to WCF, you can also still add the old-style web reference, if you really must: when you do a "Add Service Reference", on the dialog that comes up, click on the [Advanced] button in the button left corner:

alt text

and on the next dialog that comes up, pick the [Add Web Reference] button at the bottom.

SELECT DISTINCT on one column

Assuming that you're on SQL Server 2005 or greater, you can use a CTE with ROW_NUMBER():

SELECT  *
FROM    (SELECT ID, SKU, Product,
                ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY PRODUCT ORDER BY ID) AS RowNumber
         FROM   MyTable
         WHERE  SKU LIKE 'FOO%') AS a
WHERE   a.RowNumber = 1

Aliases in Windows command prompt

Given that you added notepad++.exe to your PATH variable, it's extra simple. Create a file in your System32 folder called np.bat with the following code:

@echo off
call notepad++.exe %*

The %* passes along all arguments you give the np command to the notepad++.exe command.

EDIT: You will need admin access to save files to the System32 folder, which was a bit wonky for me. I just created the file somewhere else and moved it to System32 manually.

Compiling LaTex bib source

You have to run 'bibtex':

latex paper.tex
bibtex paper
latex paper.tex
latex paper.tex
dvipdf paper.dvi

I do not understand how execlp() works in Linux

The limitation of execl is that when executing a shell command or any other script that is not in the current working directory, then we have to pass the full path of the command or the script. Example:

execl("/bin/ls", "ls", "-la", NULL);

The workaround to passing the full path of the executable is to use the function execlp, that searches for the file (1st argument of execlp) in those directories pointed by PATH:

execlp("ls", "ls", "-la", NULL);

How do ACID and database transactions work?

ACID are desirable properties of any transaction processing engine.

A DBMS is (if it is any good) a particular kind of transaction processing engine that exposes, usually to a very large extent but not quite entirely, those properties.

But other engines exist that can also expose those properties. The kind of software that used to be called "TP monitors" being a case in point (nowadays' equivalent mostly being web servers).

Such TP monitors can access resources other than a DBMS (e.g. a printer), and still guarantee ACID toward their users. As an example of what ACID might mean when a printer is involved in a transaction:

  • Atomicity: an entire document gets printed or nothing at all
  • Consistency: at end-of-transaction, the paper feed is positioned at top-of-page
  • Isolation: no two documents get mixed up while printing
  • Durability: the printer can guarantee that it was not "printing" with empty cartridges.

Apply .gitignore on an existing repository already tracking large number of files

Here is one way to “untrack” any files that are would otherwise be ignored under the current set of exclude patterns:

(GIT_INDEX_FILE=some-non-existent-file \
git ls-files --exclude-standard --others --directory --ignored -z) |
xargs -0 git rm --cached -r --ignore-unmatch --

This leaves the files in your working directory but removes them from the index.

The trick used here is to provide a non-existent index file to git ls-files so that it thinks there are no tracked files. The shell code above asks for all the files that would be ignored if the index were empty and then removes them from the actual index with git rm.

After the files have been “untracked”, use git status to verify that nothing important was removed (if so adjust your exclude patterns and use git reset -- path to restore the removed index entry). Then make a new commit that leaves out the “crud”.

The “crud” will still be in any old commits. You can use git filter-branch to produce clean versions of the old commits if you really need a clean history (n.b. using git filter-branch will “rewrite history”, so it should not be undertaken lightly if you have any collaborators that have pulled any of your historical commits after the “crud” was first introduced).

Remove char at specific index - python

as a sidenote, replace doesn't have to move all zeros. If you just want to remove the first specify count to 1:

'asd0asd0'.replace('0','',1)

Out:

'asdasd0'

How to initialize log4j properly?

Maven solution:

I came across all the same issues as above, and for a maven solution I used 2 dependencies. This configuration is only meant for quick testing if you want a simple project to be using a logger, with a standard configuration. I can imagine you want to make a configuration file later on if you need more information and or finetune your own logging levels.

    <properties>
        <slf4jVersion>1.7.28</slf4jVersion>
    </properties>

        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.slf4j</groupId>
            <artifactId>slf4j-api</artifactId>
            <version>${slf4jVersion}</version>
        </dependency>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.slf4j</groupId>
            <artifactId>slf4j-jdk14</artifactId>
            <version>${slf4jVersion}</version>
        </dependency>

Add ripple effect to my button with button background color?

try this

<Button
            android:id="@+id/btn_location"
            android:layout_width="121dp"
            android:layout_height="38dp"
            android:layout_gravity="center"
            android:layout_marginBottom="24dp"
            android:layout_marginTop="24dp"
            android:foreground="?attr/selectableItemBackgroundBorderless"
            android:clickable="true"
            android:background="@drawable/btn_corner"
            android:gravity="center_vertical|center_horizontal"
            android:paddingLeft="13dp"
            android:paddingRight="13dp"
            android:text="Save"
            android:textColor="@color/color_white" />

$location / switching between html5 and hashbang mode / link rewriting

This took me a while to figure out so this is how I got it working - Angular WebAPI ASP Routing without the # for SEO

  1. add to Index.html - base href="/">
  2. Add $locationProvider.html5Mode(true); to app.config

  3. I needed a certain controller (which was in the home controller) to be ignored for uploading images so I added that rule to RouteConfig

         routes.MapRoute(
            name: "Default2",
            url: "Home/{*.}",
            defaults: new { controller = "Home", action = "SaveImage" }
        );
    
  4. In Global.asax add the following - making sure to ignore api and image upload paths let them function as normal otherwise reroute everything else.

     private const string ROOT_DOCUMENT = "/Index.html";
    
    protected void Application_BeginRequest(Object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        var path = Request.Url.AbsolutePath;
        var isApi = path.StartsWith("/api", StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase);
        var isImageUpload = path.StartsWith("/home", StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase);
    
        if (isApi || isImageUpload)
            return;
    
        string url = Request.Url.LocalPath;
        if (!System.IO.File.Exists(Context.Server.MapPath(url)))
            Context.RewritePath(ROOT_DOCUMENT);
    }
    
  5. Make sure to use $location.url('/XXX') and not window.location ... to redirect

  6. Reference the CSS files with absolute path

and not

<link href="app/content/bootstrapwc.css" rel="stylesheet" />

Final note - doing it this way gave me full control and I did not need to do anything to the web config.

Hope this helps as this took me a while to figure out.

Add text at the end of each line

sed 's/.*/&:80/'  abcd.txt >abcde.txt

Empty brackets '[]' appearing when using .where

A good bet is to utilize Rails' Arel SQL manager, which explicitly supports case-insensitive ActiveRecord queries:

t = Guide.arel_table Guide.where(t[:title].matches('%attack')) 

Here's an interesting blog post regarding the portability of case-insensitive queries using Arel. It's worth a read to understand the implications of utilizing Arel across databases.

Why shouldn't I use PyPy over CPython if PyPy is 6.3 times faster?

The second question is easier to answer: you basically can use PyPy as a drop-in replacement if all your code is pure Python. However, many widely used libraries (including some of the standard library) are written in C and compiled as Python extensions. Some of these can be made to work with PyPy, some can't. PyPy provides the same "forward-facing" tool as Python --- that is, it is Python --- but its innards are different, so tools that interface with those innards won't work.

As for the first question, I imagine it is sort of a Catch-22 with the first: PyPy has been evolving rapidly in an effort to improve speed and enhance interoperability with other code. This has made it more experimental than official.

I think it's possible that if PyPy gets into a stable state, it may start getting more widely used. I also think it would be great for Python to move away from its C underpinnings. But it won't happen for a while. PyPy hasn't yet reached the critical mass where it is almost useful enough on its own to do everything you'd want, which would motivate people to fill in the gaps.

Numpy `ValueError: operands could not be broadcast together with shape ...`

If X and beta do not have the same shape as the second term in the rhs of your last line (i.e. nsample), then you will get this type of error. To add an array to a tuple of arrays, they all must be the same shape.

I would recommend looking at the numpy broadcasting rules.

How to work with complex numbers in C?

For convenience, one may include tgmath.h library for the type generate macros. It creates the same function name as the double version for all type of variable. For example, For example, it defines a sqrt() macro that expands to the sqrtf() , sqrt() , or sqrtl() function, depending on the type of argument provided.

So one don't need to remember the corresponding function name for different type of variables!

#include <stdio.h>
#include <tgmath.h>//for the type generate macros. 
#include <complex.h>//for easier declare complex variables and complex unit I

int main(void)
{
    double complex z1=1./4.*M_PI+1./4.*M_PI*I;//M_PI is just pi=3.1415...
    double complex z2, z3, z4, z5; 

    z2=exp(z1);
    z3=sin(z1);
    z4=sqrt(z1);
    z5=log(z1);

    printf("exp(z1)=%lf + %lf I\n", creal(z2),cimag(z2));
    printf("sin(z1)=%lf + %lf I\n", creal(z3),cimag(z3));
    printf("sqrt(z1)=%lf + %lf I\n", creal(z4),cimag(z4));
    printf("log(z1)=%lf + %lf I\n", creal(z5),cimag(z5));

    return 0;
}

Configure Nginx with proxy_pass

Nginx prefers prefix-based location matches (not involving regular expression), that's why in your code block, /stash redirects are going to /.

The algorithm used by Nginx to select which location to use is described thoroughly here: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/understanding-nginx-server-and-location-block-selection-algorithms#matching-location-blocks

Fast way to get the min/max values among properties of object

var newObj = { a: 4, b: 0.5 , c: 0.35, d: 5 };
var maxValue = Math.max(...Object.values(newObj))
var minValue = Math.min(...Object.values(newObj))

Check if input is number or letter javascript

Just find the remainder by dividing by 1, that is x%1. If the remainder is 0, it means that x is a whole number. Otherwise, you have to display the message "Must input numbers". This will work even in the case of strings, decimal numbers etc.

function checkInp()
{
    var x = document.forms["myForm"]["age"].value;
    if ((x%1) != 0) 
    {
        alert("Must input numbers");
        return false;
    }
}

No Exception while type casting with a null in java

This is by design. You can cast null to any reference type. Otherwise you wouldn't be able to assign it to reference variables.

Merging two images with PHP

ImageArtist is a pure gd wrapper authored by me, this enables you to do complex image manipulations insanely easy, for your question solution can be done using very few steps using this powerful library.

here is a sample code.

$img1 = new Image("./cover.jpg");
$img2 = new Image("./box.png");
$img2->merge($img1,9,9);
$img2->save("./merged.png",IMAGETYPE_PNG);

This is how my result looks like.

enter image description here

Error:Execution failed for task ':app:transformClassesWithDexForDebug'

Using ionic, i was able to fix this error using the command: "cordova clean"

Disable Logback in SpringBoot

To add a solution in gradle.

dependencies {
    compile ('org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter') {
        exclude module : 'spring-boot-starter-logging'
    }
    compile ('org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter-web') {
        exclude module : 'spring-boot-starter-logging'
    }
}

Proper use of const for defining functions in JavaScript

There are some very important benefits to the use of const and some would say it should be used wherever possible because of how deliberate and indicative it is.

It is, as far as I can tell, the most indicative and predictable declaration of variables in JavaScript, and one of the most useful, BECAUSE of how constrained it is. Why? Because it eliminates some possibilities available to var and let declarations.

What can you infer when you read a const? You know all of the following just by reading the const declaration statement, AND without scanning for other references to that variable:

  • the value is bound to that variable (although its underlying object is not deeply immutable)
  • it can’t be accessed outside of its immediately containing block
  • the binding is never accessed before declaration, because of Temporal Dead Zone (TDZ) rules.

The following quote is from an article arguing the benefits of let and const. It also more directly answers your question about the keyword's constraints/limits:

Constraints such as those offered by let and const are a powerful way of making code easier to understand. Try to accrue as many of these constraints as possible in the code you write. The more declarative constraints that limit what a piece of code could mean, the easier and faster it is for humans to read, parse, and understand a piece of code in the future.

Granted, there’s more rules to a const declaration than to a var declaration: block-scoped, TDZ, assign at declaration, no reassignment. Whereas var statements only signal function scoping. Rule-counting, however, doesn’t offer a lot of insight. It is better to weigh these rules in terms of complexity: does the rule add or subtract complexity? In the case of const, block scoping means a narrower scope than function scoping, TDZ means that we don’t need to scan the scope backwards from the declaration in order to spot usage before declaration, and assignment rules mean that the binding will always preserve the same reference.

The more constrained statements are, the simpler a piece of code becomes. As we add constraints to what a statement might mean, code becomes less unpredictable. This is one of the biggest reasons why statically typed programs are generally easier to read than dynamically typed ones. Static typing places a big constraint on the program writer, but it also places a big constraint on how the program can be interpreted, making its code easier to understand.

With these arguments in mind, it is recommended that you use const where possible, as it’s the statement that gives us the least possibilities to think about.

Source: https://ponyfoo.com/articles/var-let-const

Parsing query strings on Android

Use Apache HttpComponents and wire it up with some collection code to access params by value: http://www.joelgerard.com/2012/09/14/parsing-query-strings-in-java-and-accessing-values-by-key/

Insert multiple values using INSERT INTO (SQL Server 2005)

The syntax you are using is new to SQL Server 2008:

INSERT INTO [MyDB].[dbo].[MyTable]
       ([FieldID]
       ,[Description])
 VALUES
       (1000,N'test'),(1001,N'test2')

For SQL Server 2005, you will have to use multiple INSERT statements:

INSERT INTO [MyDB].[dbo].[MyTable]
       ([FieldID]
       ,[Description])
 VALUES
       (1000,N'test')

INSERT INTO [MyDB].[dbo].[MyTable]
       ([FieldID]
       ,[Description])
 VALUES
       (1001,N'test2')

One other option is to use UNION ALL:

INSERT INTO [MyDB].[dbo].[MyTable]
       ([FieldID]
       ,[Description])
SELECT 1000, N'test' UNION ALL
SELECT 1001, N'test2'

How do you unit test private methods?

1) If you have a legacy code then the only way to test private methods is by reflection.

2) If it is new code then you have the following options:

  • Use reflection (to complicated)
  • Write unit test in the same class (makes the production code ugly by having test code also in it)
  • Refactor and make the method public in some kind of util class
  • Use @VisibleForTesting annotation and remove private

I prefer the annotation method, simplest and least complicated. The only issue is that we have increased the visibility which I think is not a big concern. We should always be coding to interface, so if we have an interface MyService and an implementation MyServiceImpl then we can have the corresponding test classes that is MyServiceTest (test interface methods) and MyServiceImplTest (test private methods). All clients should anyway be using the interface so in a way even though the visibility of the private method has been increased it should not really matter.

Conda update failed: SSL error: [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed

This seemed to do the trick for me:

conda remove certifi
conda install certifi

Then you can do whatever you were trying to do before, e.g.

conda update --all

Unpivot with column name

SELECT * FROM student

UNPIVOT(Marks FOR subjects in(Maths , Science , English));

What's the difference between "2*2" and "2**2" in Python?

To specifically answer your question Why is the code1 used if we can use code2? I might suggest that the programmer was thinking in a mathematically broader sense. Specifically, perhaps the broader equation is a power equation, and the fact that both first numbers are "2" is more coincidence than mathematical reality. I'd want to make sure that the broader context of the code supports it being

var = x * x * y
in all cases, rather than in this specific case alone. This could get you in big trouble if x is anything but 2.

How to diff a commit with its parent?

As @mipadi points out, you can use git show $COMMIT, but this also shows some headers and the commit message. If you want a straight diff, use git show --pretty=format:%b $COMMIT.

This is, obviously not a very short hand, so I'm keeping this alias in my .gitconfig

    [alias]
      sd = show --pretty=format:%b

This enables me to use git sd $COMMITto show diff.

jQuery check if <input> exists and has a value

The input won't have a value if it doesn't exist. Try this...

if($('.input1').val())

How to implement the Softmax function in Python

I needed something compatible with the output of a dense layer from Tensorflow.

The solution from @desertnaut does not work in this case because I have batches of data. Therefore, I came with another solution that should work in both cases:

def softmax(x, axis=-1):
    e_x = np.exp(x - np.max(x)) # same code
    return e_x / e_x.sum(axis=axis, keepdims=True)

Results:

logits = np.asarray([
    [-0.0052024,  -0.00770216,  0.01360943, -0.008921], # 1
    [-0.0052024,  -0.00770216,  0.01360943, -0.008921]  # 2
])

print(softmax(logits))

#[[0.2492037  0.24858153 0.25393605 0.24827873]
# [0.2492037  0.24858153 0.25393605 0.24827873]]

Ref: Tensorflow softmax

Hex colors: Numeric representation for "transparent"?

I was also trying for transparency - maybe you could try leaving blank the value of background e.g. something like

bgcolor=" "

Kill some processes by .exe file name

If you have the process ID (PID) you can kill this process as follow:

Process processToKill = Process.GetProcessById(pid);
processToKill.Kill();

Can an abstract class have a constructor?

Of Course, abstract class can have a constructor.Generally class constructor is used to initialise fields.So, an abstract class constructor is used to initialise fields of the abstract class. You would provide a constructor for an abstract class if you want to initialise certain fields of the abstract class before the instantiation of a child-class takes place. An abstract class constructor can also be used to execute code that is relevant for every child class. This prevents code duplication.

We cannot create an instance of an abstract class,But we can create instances of classes those are derived from the abstract class. So, when an instance of derived class is created, the parent abstract class constructor is automatically called.

Reference :This Article

Debug vs Release in CMake

For debug/release flags, see the CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE variable (you pass it as cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=value). It takes values like Release, Debug, etc.

https://gitlab.kitware.com/cmake/community/wikis/doc/cmake/Useful-Variables#compilers-and-tools

cmake uses the extension to choose the compiler, so just name your files .c.

You can override this with various settings:

For example:

set_source_files_properties(yourfile.c LANGUAGE CXX) 

Would compile .c files with g++. The link above also shows how to select a specific compiler for C/C++.

Convert a numpy.ndarray to string(or bytes) and convert it back to numpy.ndarray

This is a slightly improvised answer to ajsp answer using XML-RPC.

On the server-side when you convert the data, convert the numpy data to a string using the '.tostring()' method. This encodes the numpy ndarray as bytes string. On the client-side when you receive the data decode it using '.fromstring()' method. I wrote two simple functions for this. Hope this is helpful.

  1. ndarray2str -- Converts numpy ndarray to bytes string.
  2. str2ndarray -- Converts binary str back to numpy ndarray.
    def ndarray2str(a):
        # Convert the numpy array to string 
        a = a.tostring()

        return a

On the receiver side, the data is received as a 'xmlrpc.client.Binary' object. You need to access the data using '.data'.

    def str2ndarray(a):
        # Specify your data type, mine is numpy float64 type, so I am specifying it as np.float64
        a = np.fromstring(a.data, dtype=np.float64)
        a = np.reshape(a, new_shape)

        return a

Note: Only problem with this approach is that XML-RPC is very slow while sending large numpy arrays. It took me around 4 secs to send and receive a (10, 500, 500, 3) size numpy array for me.

I am using python 3.7.4.

How can I force input to uppercase in an ASP.NET textbox?

You can intercept the key press events, cancel the lowercase ones, and append their uppercase versions to the input:

window.onload = function () {
    var input = document.getElementById("test");

    input.onkeypress = function () {
        // So that things work both on Firefox and Internet Explorer.
        var evt = arguments[0] || event;
        var char = String.fromCharCode(evt.which || evt.keyCode);

        // Is it a lowercase character?
        if (/[a-z]/.test(char)) {
            // Append its uppercase version
            input.value += char.toUpperCase();

            // Cancel the original event
            evt.cancelBubble = true;
            return false;
        }
    }
};

This works in both Firefox and Internet Explorer. You can see it in action here.

Pass Array Parameter in SqlCommand

Use .AddWithValue(), So:

sqlComm.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Age", sb.ToString().TrimEnd(','));

Alternatively, you could use this:

sqlComm.Parameters.Add(
    new SqlParameter("@Age", sb.ToString().TrimEnd(',')) { SqlDbType = SqlDbType. NVarChar }
    );

Your total code sample will look at follows then:

string sqlCommand = "SELECT * from TableA WHERE Age IN (@Age)";
SqlConnection sqlCon = new SqlConnection(connectString);
SqlCommand sqlComm = new SqlCommand();
sqlComm.Connection = sqlCon;
sqlComm.CommandType = System.Data.CommandType.Text;
sqlComm.CommandText = sqlCommand;
sqlComm.CommandTimeout = 300;

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
foreach (ListItem item in ddlAge.Items)
{
     if (item.Selected)
     {
         sb.Append(item.Text + ",");
     }
}

sqlComm.Parameters.AddWithValue("@Age", sb.ToString().TrimEnd(','));

// OR

// sqlComm.Parameters.Add(new SqlParameter("@Age", sb.ToString().TrimEnd(',')) { SqlDbType = SqlDbType. NVarChar });

SQL Developer is returning only the date, not the time. How do I fix this?

To expand on some of the previous answers, I found that Oracle DATE objects behave different from Oracle TIMESTAMP objects. In particular, if you set your NLS_DATE_FORMAT to include fractional seconds, the entire time portion is omitted.

  • Format "YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS" works as expected, for DATE and TIMESTAMP
  • Format "YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SSXFF" displays just the date portion for DATE, works as expected for TIMESTAMP

My personal preference is to set DATE to "YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS", and to set TIMESTAMP to "YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SSXFF".

Javascript Confirm popup Yes, No button instead of OK and Cancel

You can also use http://projectshadowlight.org/jquery-easy-confirm-dialog/ . It's very simple and easy to use. Just include jquery common library and one more file only:

<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.2/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.7.2/jquery-ui.min.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.7.1/themes/blitzer/jquery-ui.css" type="text/css" />
<script src="jquery.easy-confirm-dialog.js"></script>

How to disable mouse right click on a web page?

//Disable right click script via java script code

<script language=JavaScript>
//Disable right click script
var message = "";
///////////////////////////////////
function clickIE() {
    if (document.all) {
        (message);
        return false;
    }
}

function clickNS(e) {
    if (document.layers || (document.getElementById && !document.all)) {
        if (e.which == 2 || e.which == 3) {
            (message);
            return false;
        }
    }
}
if (document.layers) {
    document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEDOWN);
    document.onmousedown = clickNS;
} else {
    document.onmouseup = clickNS;
    document.oncontextmenu = clickIE;
}

document.oncontextmenu = new Function("return false")
</script>

Click here to see semo

How to purge tomcat's cache when deploying a new .war file? Is there a config setting?

I'd add that in case of really odd behavior - where you spend a couple of hours saying WTF - try manually deleting the /webapps/yourwebapp/WEB-INF/classes directory. A java source file that was moved to another package will not have its compiled class file deleted - at least in the case of an exploded web-application on TC. This can seriously drive you crazy with unpredictable behavior, especially with an annotated servlet.

Selenium WebDriver: I want to overwrite value in field instead of appending to it with sendKeys using Java

 WebElement p= driver.findElement(By.id("your id name"));
 p.sendKeys(Keys.chord(Keys.CONTROL, "a"), "55");

Laravel 5.2 Missing required parameters for [Route: user.profile] [URI: user/{nickname}/profile]

Route::group(['middleware' => 'web'], function () {
Route::auth();

Route::get('/', ['as' => 'home', 'uses' => 'BaseController@index']);

Route::group(['namespace' => 'User', 'prefix' => 'user'], function(){
    Route::get('{nickname}/settings', ['as' => 'user.settings', 'uses' => 'SettingsController@index']);
    Route::get('{nickname}/profile', ['as' => 'user.profile', 'uses' => 'ProfileController@index']);
});
});

How do I escape a single quote ( ' ) in JavaScript?

You can escape a ' in JavaScript like \'

How can I find a file/directory that could be anywhere on linux command line?

The find command will take long time, the fastest way to search for file is using locate command, which looks for file names (and path) in a indexed database (updated by command updatedb).

The result will appear immediately with a simple command:

locate {file-name-or-path}

If the command is not found, you need to install mlocate package and run updatedb command first to prepare the search database for the first time.

More detail here: https://medium.com/@thucnc/the-fastest-way-to-find-files-by-filename-mlocate-locate-commands-55bf40b297ab

Handling NULL values in Hive

What is the datatype for column1 in your Hive table? Please note that if your column is STRING it won't be having a NULL value even though your external file does not have any data for that column.

cleanest way to skip a foreach if array is empty

You can check whether $items is actually an array and whether it contains any items:

if(is_array($items) && count($items) > 0)
{
    foreach($items as $item) { }
}

How to increase number of threads in tomcat thread pool?

You would have to tune it according to your environment.

Sometimes it's more useful to increase the size of the backlog (acceptCount) instead of the maximum number of threads.

Say, instead of

<Connector ... maxThreads="500" acceptCount="50"

you use

<Connector ... maxThreads="300" acceptCount="150"

you can get much better performance in some cases, cause there would be less threads disputing the resources and the backlog queue would be consumed faster.

In any case, though, you have to do some benchmarks to really know what is best.

MySQL: Cloning a MySQL database on the same MySql instance

If you have triggers in your original database, you can avoid the "Trigger already exists" error by piping a replacement before the import:

mysqldump -u olddbuser -p -d olddbname | sed "s/`olddbname`./`newdbname`./" | mysql -u newdbuser -p -D newdbname

Find largest and smallest number in an array

int main () //start of main fcn
{

    int values[ 20 ]; //delcares array and how many elements
    int small,big; //declares integer
     for ( int i = 0; i < 20; i++ ) //counts to 20 and prompts user for value and stores it
    {
        cout << "Enter value " << i << ": ";
        cin >> values[i];
    }
    big=small=values[0]; //assigns element to be highest or lowest value
    for (int i = 0; i < 20; i++) //works out bigggest number
    {
        if(values[i]>big) //compare biggest value with current element
        {
            big=values[i];
        }
         if(values[i]<small) //compares smallest value with current element
        {
            small=values[i];
        }
    }
     cout << "The biggest number is " << big << endl; //prints outs biggest no
    cout << "The smallest number is " << small << endl; //prints out smalles no
}

SQL JOIN, GROUP BY on three tables to get totals

I know this is late, but it does answer your original question.

/*Read the comments the same way that SQL runs the query
    1) FROM 
    2) GROUP 
    3) SELECT 
    4) My final notes at the bottom 
*/
SELECT 
        list.invoiceid
    ,   cust.customernumber 
    ,   MAX(list.inv_amount) AS invoice_amount/* we select the max because it will be the same for each payment to that invoice (presumably invoice amounts do not vary based on payment) */
    ,   MAX(list.inv_amount) - SUM(list.pay_amount)  AS [amount_due]
FROM 
Customers AS cust 
    INNER JOIN 
Payments  AS pay 
    ON 
        pay.customerid = cust.customerid
INNER JOIN  (   /* generate a list of payment_ids, their amounts, and the totals of the invoices they billed to*/
    SELECT 
            inpay.paymentid AS paymentid
        ,   inv.invoiceid AS invoiceid 
        ,   inv.amount  AS inv_amount 
        ,   pay.amount AS pay_amount 
    FROM 
    InvoicePayments AS inpay
        INNER JOIN 
    Invoices AS inv 
        ON  inv.invoiceid = inpay.invoiceid 
        INNER JOIN 
    Payments AS pay 
        ON pay.paymentid = inpay.paymentid
    )  AS list
ON 
    list.paymentid = pay.paymentid
    /* so at this point my result set would look like: 
    -- All my customers (crossed by) every paymentid they are associated to (I'll call this A)
    -- Every invoice payment and its association to: its own ammount, the total invoice ammount, its own paymentid (what I call list) 
    -- Filter out all records in A that do not have a paymentid matching in (list)
     -- we filter the result because there may be payments that did not go towards invoices!
 */
GROUP BY
    /* we want a record line for each customer and invoice ( or basically each invoice but i believe this makes more sense logically */ 
        cust.customernumber 
    ,   list.invoiceid 
/*
    -- we can improve this query by only hitting the Payments table once by moving it inside of our list subquery, 
    -- but this is what made sense to me when I was planning. 
    -- Hopefully it makes it clearer how the thought process works to leave it in there
    -- as several people have already pointed out, the data structure of the DB prevents us from looking at customers with invoices that have no payments towards them.
*/

Stock ticker symbol lookup API

Use YQL: a sql-like language to retrieve stuff from public api's: YQL Console (external link)

It gives you a nice XML file to work with!

Changing the tmp folder of mysql

You can also set the TMPDIR environment variable.

In some situations (Docker in my case) it's more convenient to set an environment variable than to update a config file.

How do I extract text that lies between parentheses (round brackets)?

Assuming that you only have one pair of parenthesis.

string s = "User name (sales)";
int start = s.IndexOf("(") + 1;
int end = s.IndexOf(")", start);
string result = s.Substring(start, end - start);

SQLite3 database or disk is full / the database disk image is malformed

During app development I found that the messages come from the frequent and massive INSERT and UPDATE operations. Make sure to INSERT and UPDATE multiple rows or data in one single operation.

var updateStatementString : String! = ""

for item in cardids {
    let newstring = "UPDATE "+TABLE_NAME+" SET pendingImages = '\(pendingImage)\' WHERE cardId = '\(item)\';"
    updateStatementString.append(newstring)
}

print(updateStatementString)

let results = dbManager.sharedInstance.update(updateStatementString: updateStatementString)

return Int64(results)

List all the files and folders in a Directory with PHP recursive function

here I have example for that

List all the files and folders in a Directory csv(file) read with PHP recursive function

<?php

/** List all the files and folders in a Directory csv(file) read with PHP recursive function */
function getDirContents($dir, &$results = array()){
    $files = scandir($dir);

    foreach($files as $key => $value){
        $path = realpath($dir.DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR.$value);
        if(!is_dir($path)) {
            $results[] = $path;
        } else if($value != "." && $value != "..") {
            getDirContents($path, $results);
            //$results[] = $path;
        }
    }

    return $results;
}





$files = getDirContents('/xampp/htdocs/medifree/lab');//here folder name where your folders and it's csvfile;


foreach($files as $file){
$csv_file =$file;
$foldername =  explode(DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR,$file);
//using this get your folder name (explode your path);
print_r($foldername);

if (($handle = fopen($csv_file, "r")) !== FALSE) {

fgetcsv($handle); 
while (($data = fgetcsv($handle, 1000, ",")) !== FALSE) {
$num = count($data);
for ($c=0; $c < $num; $c++) {
$col[$c] = $data[$c];
}
}
fclose($handle);
}

}

?>

http://myphpinformation.blogspot.in/2016/05/list-all-files-and-folders-in-directory-csv-file-read-with-php-recursive.html

Inconsistent accessibility: property type is less accessible

Your Delivery class is internal (the default visibility for classes), however the property (and presumably the containing class) are public, so the property is more accessible than the Delivery class. You need to either make Delivery public, or restrict the visibility of the thelivery property.

MySQL: Set user variable from result of query

Use this way so that result will not be displayed while running stored procedure.

The query:

SELECT a.strUserID FROM tblUsers a WHERE a.lngUserID = lngUserID LIMIT 1 INTO @strUserID;

OpenCV - Apply mask to a color image

The other methods described assume a binary mask. If you want to use a real-valued single-channel grayscale image as a mask (e.g. from an alpha channel), you can expand it to three channels and then use it for interpolation:

assert len(mask.shape) == 2 and issubclass(mask.dtype.type, np.floating)
assert len(foreground_rgb.shape) == 3
assert len(background_rgb.shape) == 3

alpha3 = np.stack([mask]*3, axis=2)
blended = alpha3 * foreground_rgb + (1. - alpha3) * background_rgb

Note that mask needs to be in range 0..1 for the operation to succeed. It is also assumed that 1.0 encodes keeping the foreground only, while 0.0 means keeping only the background.

If the mask may have the shape (h, w, 1), this helps:

alpha3 = np.squeeze(np.stack([np.atleast_3d(mask)]*3, axis=2))

Here np.atleast_3d(mask) makes the mask (h, w, 1) if it is (h, w) and np.squeeze(...) reshapes the result from (h, w, 3, 1) to (h, w, 3).

Kill a postgresql session/connection

This seems to be working for PostgreSQL 9.1:

#{Rails.root}/lib/tasks/databases.rake
# monkey patch ActiveRecord to avoid There are n other session(s) using the database.
def drop_database(config)
  case config['adapter']
  when /mysql/
    ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection(config)
    ActiveRecord::Base.connection.drop_database config['database']
  when /sqlite/
    require 'pathname'
    path = Pathname.new(config['database'])
    file = path.absolute? ? path.to_s : File.join(Rails.root, path)

    FileUtils.rm(file)
  when /postgresql/
    ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection(config.merge('database' => 'postgres', 'schema_search_path' => 'public'))
    ActiveRecord::Base.connection.select_all("select * from pg_stat_activity order by procpid;").each do |x|
      if config['database'] == x['datname'] && x['current_query'] =~ /<IDLE>/
        ActiveRecord::Base.connection.execute("select pg_terminate_backend(#{x['procpid']})")
      end
    end
    ActiveRecord::Base.connection.drop_database config['database']
  end
end

Lifted from gists found here and here.

Here's a modified version that works for both PostgreSQL 9.1 and 9.2.

.NET Core vs Mono

To be simple,

Mono is third party implementation of .Net framework for Linux/Android/iOs

.Net Core is microsoft's own implementation for same.

.Net Core is future. and Mono will be dead eventually. Having said that .Net Core is not matured enough. I was struggling to implement it with IBM Bluemix and later dropped the idea. Down the time (may be 1-2 years), it should be better.

C convert floating point to int

Use in C

int C = var_in_float;

They will convert implicit

JavaScript getElementByID() not working

Because when the script executes the browser has not yet parsed the <body>, so it does not know that there is an element with the specified id.

Try this instead:

<html>
<head>
    <title></title>
    <script type="text/javascript">
        window.onload = (function () {
            var refButton = document.getElementById("btnButton");

            refButton.onclick = function() {
                alert('Dhoor shala!');
            };
        });
    </script>
    </head>
<body>
    <form id="form1">
    <div>
        <input id="btnButton" type="button" value="Click me"/>
    </div>
</form>
</body>
</html>

Note that you may as well use addEventListener instead of window.onload = ... to make that function only execute after the whole document has been parsed.

CSS I want a div to be on top of everything

For z-index:1000 to have an effect you need a non-static positioning scheme.

Add position:relative; to a rule selecting the element you want to be on top

Android ListView with onClick items

listview.setOnItemClickListener(new OnItemClickListener(){

//setting onclick to items in the listview.

@Override
public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?>adapter,View v, int position){
Intent intent;
switch(position){

// case 0 is the first item in the listView.

  case 0:
    intent = new Intent(Activity.this,firstActivity.class);
    break;
//case 1 is the second item in the listView.

  case 1:
    intent = new Intent(Activity.this,secondActivity.class);
    break;
 case 2:
    intent = new Intent(Activity.this,thirdActivity.class);
    break;
//add more if you have more items in listView
startActivity(intent);
}

});

Modifying the "Path to executable" of a windows service

You can't directly edit your path to execute of a service. For that you can use sc command,

SC CONFIG ServiceName binPath= "Path of your file"

Eg:

sc config MongoDB binPath="I:\Programming\MongoDB\MongoDB\bin\mongod.exe --config I:\Programming\MongoDB\MongoDB\bin\mongod.cfg --service"

Restart android machine

You can reboot the device by sending the following broadcast:

$ adb shell am broadcast -a android.intent.action.BOOT_COMPLETED

Convert an enum to List<string>

Use Enum's static method, GetNames. It returns a string[], like so:

Enum.GetNames(typeof(DataSourceTypes))

If you want to create a method that does only this for only one type of enum, and also converts that array to a List, you can write something like this:

public List<string> GetDataSourceTypes()
{
    return Enum.GetNames(typeof(DataSourceTypes)).ToList();
}

You will need Using System.Linq; at the top of your class to use .ToList()

Invert "if" statement to reduce nesting

Personally I prefer only 1 exit point. It's easy to accomplish if you keep your methods short and to the point, and it provides a predictable pattern for the next person who works on your code.

eg.

 bool PerformDefaultOperation()
 {
      bool succeeded = false;

      DataStructure defaultParameters;
      if ((defaultParameters = this.GetApplicationDefaults()) != null)
      {
           succeeded = this.DoSomething(defaultParameters);
      }

      return succeeded;
 }

This is also very useful if you just want to check the values of certain local variables within a function before it exits. All you need to do is place a breakpoint on the final return and you are guaranteed to hit it (unless an exception is thrown).

Selecting Multiple Values from a Dropdown List in Google Spreadsheet

If the answers must be constrained to Google Sheets, this answer works but it has limitations and is clumsy enough UX that it may be hard to get others to adopt. In trying to solve this problem I've found that, for many applications, Airtable solves this by allowing for multi-select columns and the UX is worlds better.

What is the easiest way to clear a database from the CLI with manage.py in Django?

Quickest (drops and creates all tables including data):

./manage.py reset appname | ./manage.py dbshell

Caution:

  • Might not work on Windows correctly.
  • Might keep some old tables in the db

[INSTALL_FAILED_NO_MATCHING_ABIS: Failed to extract native libraries, res=-113]

13 September 2018 It worked for me when add more types and set universalApk with false to reduce apk size

splits {
    abi {
        enable true
        reset()
        include 'x86', 'x86_64', 'armeabi', 'armeabi-v7a', 'mips', 'mips64', 'arm64-v8a'
        universalApk false
    }
}

How do I make my string comparison case insensitive?

  • The best would be using s1.equalsIgnoreCase(s2): (see javadoc)
  • You can also convert them both to upper/lower case and use s1.equals(s2)

Invalid self signed SSL cert - "Subject Alternative Name Missing"

I had so many issues getting self-signed certificates working on macos/Chrome. Finally I found Mkcert, "A simple zero-config tool to make locally trusted development certificates with any names you'd like." https://github.com/FiloSottile/mkcert

Combining Two Images with OpenCV

in OpenCV 3.0 you can use it easily as follow:

#combine 2 images same as to concatenate images with two different sizes
h1, w1 = img1.shape[:2]
h2, w2 = img2.shape[:2]
#create empty martrix (Mat)
res = np.zeros(shape=(max(h1, h2), w1 + w2, 3), dtype=np.uint8)
# assign BGR values to concatenate images
for i in range(res.shape[2]):
    # assign img1 colors
    res[:h1, :w1, i] = np.ones([img1.shape[0], img1.shape[1]]) * img1[:, :, i]
    # assign img2 colors
    res[:h2, w1:w1 + w2, i] = np.ones([img2.shape[0], img2.shape[1]]) * img2[:, :, i]

output_img = res.astype('uint8')

How to find Max Date in List<Object>?

Comparator<User> cmp = new Comparator<User>() {
    @Override
    public int compare(User user1, User user2) {
        return user1.date.compareTo(user2.date);
    }
};

Collections.max(list, cmp);

How to add dividers and spaces between items in RecyclerView?

just add this line after init the recycler view object.

in Fragment :

mRecyclerView.addItemDecoration(new DividerItemDecoration(getActivity(),android.R.drawable.divider_horizontal_bright));

in Activity

mRecyclerView.addItemDecoration(new DividerItemDecoration(this,android.R.drawable.divider_horizontal_bright));

Divider Item Decoration

public class DividerItemDecoration extends RecyclerView.ItemDecoration {
public static final int VERTICAL_LIST = 0;

public DividerItemDecoration(ListActivity listActivity, Object p1) {
}

private static final int[] ATTRS = new int[]{android.R.attr.listDivider};

private Drawable mDivider;

/**
 * Default divider will be used
 */
public DividerItemDecoration(Context context) {
    final TypedArray styledAttributes = context.obtainStyledAttributes(ATTRS);
    mDivider = styledAttributes.getDrawable(0);
    styledAttributes.recycle();
}

/**
 * Custom divider will be used
 */
public DividerItemDecoration(Context context, int resId) {
    mDivider = ContextCompat.getDrawable(context, resId);
}

@Override
public void onDraw(Canvas c, RecyclerView parent, RecyclerView.State state) {
    int left = parent.getPaddingLeft();
    int right = parent.getWidth() - parent.getPaddingRight();

    int childCount = parent.getChildCount();
    for (int i = 0; i < childCount; i++) {
        View child = parent.getChildAt(i);

        RecyclerView.LayoutParams params = (RecyclerView.LayoutParams) child.getLayoutParams();

        int top = child.getBottom() + params.bottomMargin;
        int bottom = top + mDivider.getIntrinsicHeight();

        mDivider.setBounds(left, top, right, bottom);
        mDivider.draw(c);
    }
}
}

When is a C++ destructor called?

To give a detailed answer to question 3: yes, there are (rare) occasions when you might call the destructor explicitly, in particular as the counterpart to a placement new, as dasblinkenlight observes.

To give a concrete example of this:

#include <iostream>
#include <new>

struct Foo
{
    Foo(int i_) : i(i_) {}
    int i;
};

int main()
{
    // Allocate a chunk of memory large enough to hold 5 Foo objects.
    int n = 5;
    char *chunk = static_cast<char*>(::operator new(sizeof(Foo) * n));

    // Use placement new to construct Foo instances at the right places in the chunk.
    for(int i=0; i<n; ++i)
    {
        new (chunk + i*sizeof(Foo)) Foo(i);
    }

    // Output the contents of each Foo instance and use an explicit destructor call to destroy it.
    for(int i=0; i<n; ++i)
    {
        Foo *foo = reinterpret_cast<Foo*>(chunk + i*sizeof(Foo));
        std::cout << foo->i << '\n';
        foo->~Foo();
    }

    // Deallocate the original chunk of memory.
    ::operator delete(chunk);

    return 0;
}

The purpose of this kind of thing is to decouple memory allocation from object construction.

Why can't I use background image and color together?

Gecko has a weird bug where setting the background-color for the html selector will cover up the background-image of the body element even though the body element in effect has a greater z-index and you should be able to see the body's background-image along with the html background-color based purely on simple logic.

Gecko Bug

Avoid the following...

html {background-color: #fff;}
body {background-image: url(example.png);}

Work Around

body {background-color: #fff; background-image: url(example.png);}

How to create correct JSONArray in Java using JSONObject

Small reusable method can be written for creating person json object to avoid duplicate code

JSONObject  getPerson(String firstName, String lastName){
   JSONObject person = new JSONObject();
   person .put("firstName", firstName);
   person .put("lastName", lastName);
   return person ;
} 

public JSONObject getJsonResponse(){

    JSONArray employees = new JSONArray();
    employees.put(getPerson("John","Doe"));
    employees.put(getPerson("Anna","Smith"));
    employees.put(getPerson("Peter","Jones"));

    JSONArray managers = new JSONArray();
    managers.put(getPerson("John","Doe"));
    managers.put(getPerson("Anna","Smith"));
    managers.put(getPerson("Peter","Jones"));

    JSONObject response= new JSONObject();
    response.put("employees", employees );
    response.put("manager", managers );
    return response;
  }

How to change the color of the axis, ticks and labels for a plot in matplotlib

  • For those using pandas.DataFrame.plot(), matplotlib.axes.Axes is returned when creating a plot from a dataframe. As such, the dataframe plot can be assigned to a variable, ax, which enables the usage of the associated formatting methods.
  • The default plotting backend for pandas, is matplotlib.
import pandas as pd

# test dataframe
data = {'a': range(20), 'date': pd.bdate_range('2021-01-09', freq='D', periods=20)}
df = pd.DataFrame(data)

# plot the dataframe and assign the returned axes
ax = df.plot(x='date', color='green', ylabel='values', xlabel='date', figsize=(8, 6))

# set various colors
ax.spines['bottom'].set_color('blue')
ax.spines['top'].set_color('red') 
ax.spines['right'].set_color('magenta')
ax.spines['left'].set_color('orange')
ax.xaxis.label.set_color('purple')
ax.yaxis.label.set_color('silver')
ax.tick_params(colors='red', which='both')  # 'both' refers to minor and major axes

enter image description here

How would I extract a single file (or changes to a file) from a git stash?

On the git stash manpage you can read (in the "Discussion" section, just after "Options" description) that:

A stash is represented as a commit whose tree records the state of the working directory, and its first parent is the commit at HEAD when the stash was created.

So you can treat stash (e.g. stash@{0} is first / topmost stash) as a merge commit, and use:

$ git diff stash@{0}^1 stash@{0} -- <filename>

Explanation: stash@{0}^1 means the first parent of the given stash, which as stated in the explanation above is the commit at which changes were stashed away. We use this form of "git diff" (with two commits) because stash@{0} / refs/stash is a merge commit, and we have to tell git which parent we want to diff against. More cryptic:

$ git diff stash@{0}^! -- <filename>

should also work (see git rev-parse manpage for explanation of rev^! syntax, in "Specifying ranges" section).

Likewise, you can use git checkout to check a single file out of the stash:

$ git checkout stash@{0} -- <filename>

or to save it under another filename:

$ git show stash@{0}:<full filename>  >  <newfile>

or

$ git show stash@{0}:./<relative filename> > <newfile>

(note that here <full filename> is full pathname of a file relative to top directory of a project (think: relative to stash@{0})).


You might need to protect stash@{0} from shell expansion, i.e. use "stash@{0}" or 'stash@{0}'.

How to get error message when ifstream open fails

Following on @Arne Mertz's answer, as of C++11 std::ios_base::failure inherits from system_error (see http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/ios/ios_base/failure/), which contains both the error code and message that strerror(errno) would return.

std::ifstream f;

// Set exceptions to be thrown on failure
f.exceptions(std::ifstream::failbit | std::ifstream::badbit);

try {
    f.open(fileName);
} catch (std::system_error& e) {
    std::cerr << e.code().message() << std::endl;
}

This prints No such file or directory. if fileName doesn't exist.

Array inside a JavaScript Object?

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var defaults = {_x000D_
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  "background-color": "#000",_x000D_
  color: "#fff",_x000D_
  weekdays: [_x000D_
    {0: 'sun'},_x000D_
    {1: 'mon'},_x000D_
    {2: 'tue'},_x000D_
    {3: 'wed'},_x000D_
    {4: 'thu'},_x000D_
    {5: 'fri'},_x000D_
    {6: 'sat'}_x000D_
  ]_x000D_
_x000D_
};_x000D_
               _x000D_
console.log(defaults.weekdays[3]);
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How would you do a "not in" query with LINQ?

I don't know if this will help you but..

NorthwindDataContext dc = new NorthwindDataContext();    
dc.Log = Console.Out;

var query =    
    from c in dc.Customers    
    where !(from o in dc.Orders    
            select o.CustomerID)    
           .Contains(c.CustomerID)    
    select c;

foreach (var c in query) Console.WriteLine( c );

from The NOT IN clause in LINQ to SQL by Marco Russo

how to convert `content://media/external/images/media/Y` to `file:///storage/sdcard0/Pictures/X.jpg` in android?

If you just want the bitmap, This too works

InputStream inputStream = mContext.getContentResolver().openInputStream(uri);
Bitmap bmp = BitmapFactory.decodeStream(inputStream);
if( inputStream != null ) inputStream.close();

sample uri : content://media/external/images/media/12345

Right pad a string with variable number of spaces

The easiest way to right pad a string with spaces (without them being trimmed) is to simply cast the string as CHAR(length). MSSQL will sometimes trim whitespace from VARCHAR (because it is a VARiable-length data type). Since CHAR is a fixed length datatype, SQL Server will never trim the trailing spaces, and will automatically pad strings that are shorter than its length with spaces. Try the following code snippet for example.

SELECT CAST('Test' AS CHAR(20))

This returns the value 'Test '.

Pycharm and sys.argv arguments

For the sake of others who are wondering on how to get to this window. Here's how:

You can access this by clicking on Select Run/Debug Configurations (to the left of enter image description here) and going to the Edit Configurations. A gif provided for clarity.

enter image description here

How do I get information about an index and table owner in Oracle?

 select index_name, column_name
 from user_ind_columns
 where table_name = 'NAME';

OR use this:

select TABLE_NAME, OWNER 
from SYS.ALL_TABLES 
order by OWNER, TABLE_NAME 

And for Indexes:

select INDEX_NAME, TABLE_NAME, TABLE_OWNER 
from SYS.ALL_INDEXES 
order by TABLE_OWNER, TABLE_NAME, INDEX_NAME

What is the best way to calculate a checksum for a file that is on my machine?

Hashing is a standalone application that performs MD5, SHA-1 and SHA-2 family. Built upon OpenSSL.

sorting and paging with gridview asp.net

More simple way...:

    Dim dt As DataTable = DirectCast(GridView1.DataSource, DataTable)
    Dim dv As New DataView(dt)

    If GridView1.Attributes("dir") = SortDirection.Ascending Then
        dv.Sort = e.SortExpression & " DESC" 
        GridView1.Attributes("dir") = SortDirection.Descending

    Else
        GridView1.Attributes("dir") = SortDirection.Ascending
        dv.Sort = e.SortExpression & " ASC"

    End If

    GridView1.DataSource = dv
    GridView1.DataBind()

how to get the 30 days before date from Todays Date

Try adding this to your where clause:

dateadd(day, -30, getdate())

Finding the median of an unsorted array

It can be done using Quickselect Algorithm in O(n), do refer to Kth order statistics (randomized algorithms).

Is there any way of configuring Eclipse IDE proxy settings via an autoproxy configuration script?

Download whatever configuration script that your browser is using.

the script would have various host:port configuration. based on the domain you want to connect , one of the host:port is selected by the borwser.

in the eclipse network setting you can try to put on of the host ports and see if that works.

worked for me.

the config script looks like,

if (isPlainHostName(host))
    return "DIRECT";
else if (dnsDomainIs(host, "<***sample host name *******>"))
    return "PROXY ***some ip*****; DIRECT";
else if (dnsDomainIs(host, "address.com")
        || dnsDomainIs(host, "adress2..com")
        || dnsDomainIs(host, "address3.com")
        || dnsDomainIs(host, "address4.com")        
    return "PROXY <***some proxyhost****>:8080";

you would need to look for the host port in the return statement.

Get only specific attributes with from Laravel Collection

this is a follow up on the patricus [answer][1] above but for nested arrays:

$topLevelFields =  ['id','status'];
$userFields = ['first_name','last_name','email','phone_number','op_city_id'];

return $onlineShoppers->map(function ($user) { 
    return collect($user)->only($topLevelFields)
                             ->merge(collect($user['user'])->only($userFields))->all();  
    })->all();

Getting first and last day of the current month

var myDate = DateTime.Now;
var startOfMonth = new DateTime(myDate.Year, myDate.Month, 1);
var endOfMonth = startOfMonth.AddMonths(1).AddDays(-1);

That should give you what you need.

Writing .csv files from C++

Change

Morison_File << t;                                 //Printing to file
Morison_File << F;

To

Morison_File << t << ";" << F << endl;                                 //Printing to file

a , would also do instead of ;

java.io.IOException: Could not locate executable null\bin\winutils.exe in the Hadoop binaries. spark Eclipse on windows 7

I got the same problem while running unit tests. I found this workaround solution:

The following workaround allows to get rid of this message:

    File workaround = new File(".");
    System.getProperties().put("hadoop.home.dir", workaround.getAbsolutePath());
    new File("./bin").mkdirs();
    new File("./bin/winutils.exe").createNewFile();

from: https://issues.cloudera.org/browse/DISTRO-544

AngularJS For Loop with Numbers & Ranges

You can use 'after' or 'before' filters in angular.filter module (https://github.com/a8m/angular-filter)

$scope.list = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10]

HTML:

<li ng-repeat="i in list | after:4">
  {{ i }}
</li>

result: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Running a single test from unittest.TestCase via the command line

It can work well as you guess

python testMyCase.py MyCase.testItIsHot

And there is another way to just test testItIsHot:

    suite = unittest.TestSuite()
    suite.addTest(MyCase("testItIsHot"))
    runner = unittest.TextTestRunner()
    runner.run(suite)

Way to get all alphabetic chars in an array in PHP?

<?php 

$array = Array();
for( $i = 65; $i < 91; $i++){
        $array[] = chr($i);
}

foreach( $array as $k => $v){
        echo "$k $v \n";
}

?>

$ php loop.php 
0 A 
1 B 
2 C 
3 D 
4 E 
5 F 
6 G 
7 H
...

Add data to JSONObject

In order to have this result:

{"aoColumnDefs":[{"aTargets":[0],"aDataSort":[0,1]},{"aTargets":[1],"aDataSort":[1,0]},{"aTargets":[2],"aDataSort":[2,3,4]}]}

that holds the same data as:

  {
    "aoColumnDefs": [
     { "aDataSort": [ 0, 1 ], "aTargets": [ 0 ] },
     { "aDataSort": [ 1, 0 ], "aTargets": [ 1 ] },
     { "aDataSort": [ 2, 3, 4 ], "aTargets": [ 2 ] }
   ]
  }

you could use this code:

    JSONObject jo = new JSONObject();
    Collection<JSONObject> items = new ArrayList<JSONObject>();

    JSONObject item1 = new JSONObject();
    item1.put("aDataSort", new JSONArray(0, 1));
    item1.put("aTargets", new JSONArray(0));
    items.add(item1);
    JSONObject item2 = new JSONObject();
    item2.put("aDataSort", new JSONArray(1, 0));
    item2.put("aTargets", new JSONArray(1));
    items.add(item2);
    JSONObject item3 = new JSONObject();
    item3.put("aDataSort", new JSONArray(2, 3, 4));
    item3.put("aTargets", new JSONArray(2));
    items.add(item3);

    jo.put("aoColumnDefs", new JSONArray(items));

    System.out.println(jo.toString());

Check/Uncheck a checkbox on datagridview

I was making my own version of a Checkbox to control a DataGridViewCheckBoxColumn when I saw this post wasn't actually answered. To set the checked state of a DataGridViewCheckBoxCell use:

foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dataGridView1.Rows)
{
    dataGridView1.Rows[row.Index].SetValues(true);
}

For anyone else trying to accomplish the same thing, here is what I came up with.

This makes the two controls behave like the checkbox column in Gmail. It keeps functionality for both mouse and keyboard.

using System;
using System.Windows.Forms;

namespace Check_UnCheck_All
{
    public partial class Check_UnCheck_All : Form
    {
        public Check_UnCheck_All()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
            dataGridView1.RowCount = 10;
            dataGridView1.AllowUserToAddRows = false;
            this.dataGridView1.CellContentClick += new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellEventHandler(this.dgvApps_CellContentClick);
            this.dataGridView1.CellMouseUp += new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellMouseEventHandler(this.myDataGrid_OnCellMouseUp);
            this.dataGridView1.CellValueChanged += new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellEventHandler(this.myDataGrid_OnCellValueChanged);
            this.checkBox1.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.checkBox1_Click);
        }

        public int chkInt = 0;
        public bool chked = false;

        public void myDataGrid_OnCellValueChanged(object sender, DataGridViewCellEventArgs e)
        {
            if (e.ColumnIndex == dataGridView1.Rows[0].Index && e.RowIndex != -1)
            {
                DataGridViewCheckBoxCell chk = dataGridView1.Rows[e.RowIndex].Cells[0] as DataGridViewCheckBoxCell;

                if (Convert.ToBoolean(chk.Value) == true) chkInt++;
                if (Convert.ToBoolean(chk.Value) == false) chkInt--;
                if (chkInt < dataGridView1.Rows.Count && chkInt > 0)
                {
                    checkBox1.CheckState = CheckState.Indeterminate;
                    chked = true;
                }
                else if (chkInt == 0)
                {
                    checkBox1.CheckState = CheckState.Unchecked;
                    chked = false;
                }
                else if (chkInt == dataGridView1.Rows.Count)
                {
                    checkBox1.CheckState = CheckState.Checked;
                    chked = true;
                }
            }
        }
        public void myDataGrid_OnCellMouseUp(object sender, DataGridViewCellMouseEventArgs e)
        {
            // End of edition on each click on column of checkbox
            if (e.ColumnIndex == dataGridView1.Rows[0].Index && e.RowIndex != -1)
            {
                dataGridView1.EndEdit();
            }
            dataGridView1.BeginEdit(true);
        }
        public void dgvApps_CellContentClick(object sender, DataGridViewCellEventArgs e)
        {
            if (dataGridView1.CurrentCell.GetType() == typeof(DataGridViewCheckBoxCell))
            {
                if (dataGridView1.CurrentCell.IsInEditMode)
                {
                    if (dataGridView1.IsCurrentCellDirty)
                    {
                        dataGridView1.EndEdit();
                    }
                }
                dataGridView1.BeginEdit(true);
            }
        }
        public void checkBox1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (chked == true)
            {
                foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dataGridView1.Rows)
                {
                    DataGridViewCheckBoxCell chk = (DataGridViewCheckBoxCell)row.Cells[0];
                    if (chk.Value == chk.TrueValue)
                    {
                        chk.Value = chk.FalseValue;
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        chk.Value = chk.TrueValue;
                    }
                }
                chked = false;
                chkInt = 0;
                return;
            }
            if (chked == false)
            {
                foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dataGridView1.Rows)
                {
                    dataGridView1.Rows[row.Index].SetValues(true);
                }
                chked = true;
                chkInt = dataGridView1.Rows.Count;
            }
        }
    }
}

How to enable GZIP compression in IIS 7.5

Global Gzip in HttpModule

If you don't have access to shared hosting - the final IIS instance. You can create a HttpModule that gets added this code to every HttpApplication.Begin_Request event:-

HttpContext context = HttpContext.Current;
context.Response.Filter = new GZipStream(context.Response.Filter, CompressionMode.Compress);
HttpContext.Current.Response.AppendHeader("Content-encoding", "gzip");
HttpContext.Current.Response.Cache.VaryByHeaders["Accept-encoding"] = true;

How to check a string against null in java?

If we look at the implementation of the equalsIgnoreCase method, we find this part:

if (string == null || count != string.count) {
    return false;
}

So it will always return false if the argument is null. And this is obviously right, because the only case where it should return true is when equalsIgnoreCase was invoked on a null String, but

String nullString = null;
nullString.equalsIgnoreCase(null);

will definitely result in a NullPointerException.

So equals methods are not designed to test whether an object is null, just because you can't invoke them on null.

How to stop a looping thread in Python?

I had a different approach. I've sub-classed a Thread class and in the constructor I've created an Event object. Then I've written custom join() method, which first sets this event and then calls a parent's version of itself.

Here is my class, I'm using for serial port communication in wxPython app:

import wx, threading, serial, Events, Queue

class PumpThread(threading.Thread):

    def __init__ (self, port, queue, parent):
        super(PumpThread, self).__init__()
        self.port = port
        self.queue = queue
        self.parent = parent

        self.serial = serial.Serial()
        self.serial.port = self.port
        self.serial.timeout = 0.5
        self.serial.baudrate = 9600
        self.serial.parity = 'N'

        self.stopRequest = threading.Event()

    def run (self):
        try:
            self.serial.open()
        except Exception, ex:
            print ("[ERROR]\tUnable to open port {}".format(self.port))
            print ("[ERROR]\t{}\n\n{}".format(ex.message, ex.traceback))
            self.stopRequest.set()
        else:
            print ("[INFO]\tListening port {}".format(self.port))
            self.serial.write("FLOW?\r")

        while not self.stopRequest.isSet():
            msg = ''
            if not self.queue.empty():
                try:
                    command = self.queue.get()
                    self.serial.write(command)
                except Queue.Empty:
                    continue

            while self.serial.inWaiting():
                char = self.serial.read(1)
                if '\r' in char and len(msg) > 1:
                    char = ''
                    #~ print('[DATA]\t{}'.format(msg))
                    event = Events.PumpDataEvent(Events.SERIALRX, wx.ID_ANY, msg)
                    wx.PostEvent(self.parent, event)
                    msg = ''
                    break
                msg += char
        self.serial.close()

    def join (self, timeout=None):
        self.stopRequest.set()
        super(PumpThread, self).join(timeout)

    def SetPort (self, serial):
        self.serial = serial

    def Write (self, msg):
        if self.serial.is_open:
            self.queue.put(msg)
        else:
            print("[ERROR]\tPort {} is not open!".format(self.port))

    def Stop(self):
        if self.isAlive():
            self.join()

The Queue is used for sending messages to the port and main loop takes responses back. I've used no serial.readline() method, because of different end-line char, and I have found the usage of io classes to be too much fuss.

POST data with request module on Node.JS

I have to get the data from a POST method of the PHP code. What worked for me was:

const querystring = require('querystring');
const request = require('request');

const link = 'http://your-website-link.com/sample.php';
let params = { 'A': 'a', 'B': 'b' };

params = querystring.stringify(params); // changing into querystring eg 'A=a&B=b'

request.post({
  headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded' }, // important to interect with PHP
  url: link,
  body: params,
}, function(error, response, body){
  console.log(body);
});

Pull is not possible because you have unmerged files, git stash doesn't work. Don't want to commit

You can use git checkout <file> to check out the committed version of the file (thus discarding your changes), or git reset --hard HEAD to throw away any uncommitted changes for all files.

how to replace characters in hive?

You can also use translate(). If the third argument is too short, the corresponding characters from the second argument are deleted. Unlike regexp_replace() you don't need to worry about special characters. Source code.

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/Hive/LanguageManual+UDF#LanguageManualUDF-StringFunctions

Linux command to check if a shell script is running or not

The simplest and efficient solution is :

pgrep -fl aa.sh

Most efficient method to groupby on an array of objects

data = [{id:1, name:'BMW'}, {id:2, name:'AN'}, {id:3, name:'BMW'}, {id:1, name:'NNN'}]
key = 'id'//try by id or name
data.reduce((previous, current)=>{
    previous[current[key]] && previous[current[key]].length != 0 ? previous[current[key]].push(current) : previous[current[key]] = new Array(current)
    return previous;
}, {})

How can you print multiple variables inside a string using printf?

Change the line where you print the output to:

printf("\nmaximum of %d and %d is = %d",a,b,c);

See the docs here

Capturing console output from a .NET application (C#)

This is bit improvement over accepted answer from @mdb. Specifically, we also capture error output of the process. Additionally, we capture these outputs through events because ReadToEnd() doesn't work if you want to capture both error and regular output. It took me while to make this work because it actually also requires BeginxxxReadLine() calls after Start().

Asynchronous way:

using System.Diagnostics;

Process process = new Process();

void LaunchProcess()
{
    process.EnableRaisingEvents = true;
    process.OutputDataReceived += new System.Diagnostics.DataReceivedEventHandler(process_OutputDataReceived);
    process.ErrorDataReceived += new System.Diagnostics.DataReceivedEventHandler(process_ErrorDataReceived);
    process.Exited += new System.EventHandler(process_Exited);

    process.StartInfo.FileName = "some.exe";
    process.StartInfo.Arguments = "param1 param2";
    process.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false;
    process.StartInfo.RedirectStandardError = true;
    process.StartInfo.RedirectStandardOutput = true;

    process.Start();
    process.BeginErrorReadLine();
    process.BeginOutputReadLine();          

    //below line is optional if we want a blocking call
    //process.WaitForExit();
}

void process_Exited(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    Console.WriteLine(string.Format("process exited with code {0}\n", process.ExitCode.ToString()));
}

void process_ErrorDataReceived(object sender, DataReceivedEventArgs e)
{
    Console.WriteLine(e.Data + "\n");
}

void process_OutputDataReceived(object sender, DataReceivedEventArgs e)
{
    Console.WriteLine(e.Data + "\n");
}

Where is android_sdk_root? and how do I set it.?

android_sdk_root is a system variable which points to root folder of android sdk tools. You probably get the error because the variable is not set. To set it in Android Studio go to:

  1. File -> project Structure into Project Structure
  2. Left -> SDK Location
  3. SDK location select Android SDK location

If you have installed android SDK please refer to this answer to find the path to it: https://stackoverflow.com/a/15702396/3625900

How do you update a DateTime field in T-SQL?

That should work, I'd put brackets around [Date] as it's a reserved keyword.

How can I trigger the click event of another element in ng-click using angularjs?

Simply have them in the same controller, and do something like this:

HTML:

<input id="upload"
    type="file"
    ng-file-select="onFileSelect($files)"
    style="display: none;">

<button type="button"
    ng-click="startUpload()">Upload</button>

JS:

var MyCtrl = [ '$scope', '$upload', function($scope, $upload) {
  $scope.files = [];
  $scope.startUpload = function(){
    for (var i = 0; i < $scope.files.length; i++) {
      $upload($scope.files[i]);
    } 
  }
  $scope.onFileSelect = function($files) {
     $scope.files = $files;
  };
}];

This is, in my opinion, the best way to do it in angular. Using jQuery to find the element and trigger an event isn't the best practice.

Git keeps asking me for my ssh key passphrase

If the above solutions are not working for me, one thing to check is that you actually have the public key too (typically id_rsa.pub). It is unusual not to, but that was the cause for me.

To create your public key from your private key:

ssh-keygen -y -f ~/.ssh/id_rsa > ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

Selecting a Record With MAX Value

Say, for an user, there is revision for each date. The following will pick up record for the max revision of each date for each employee.

select job, adate, rev, usr, typ 
from tbl
where exists (  select 1 from ( select usr, adate, max(rev) as max_rev 
                                from tbl
                                group by usr, adate 
                              ) as cond
                where tbl.usr=cond.usr 
                and tbl.adate =cond.adate 
                and tbl.rev =cond.max_rev
             )
order by adate, job, usr

How do I call a SQL Server stored procedure from PowerShell?

Consider calling osql.exe (the command line tool for SQL Server) passing as parameter a text file written for each line with the call to the stored procedure.

SQL Server provides some assemblies that could be of use with the name SMO that have seamless integration with PowerShell. Here is an article on that.

http://www.databasejournal.com/features/mssql/article.php/3696731

There are API methods to execute stored procedures that I think are worth being investigated. Here a startup example:

http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/29974894/smo-running-a-stored-pro.aspx

Create a hexadecimal colour based on a string with JavaScript

Here's a solution I came up with to generate aesthetically pleasing pastel colours based on an input string. It uses the first two chars of the string as a random seed, then generates R/G/B based on that seed.

It could be easily extended so that the seed is the XOR of all chars in the string, rather than just the first two.

Inspired by David Crow's answer here: Algorithm to randomly generate an aesthetically-pleasing color palette

//magic to convert strings to a nice pastel colour based on first two chars
//
// every string with the same first two chars will generate the same pastel colour
function pastel_colour(input_str) {

    //TODO: adjust base colour values below based on theme
    var baseRed = 128;
    var baseGreen = 128;
    var baseBlue = 128;

    //lazy seeded random hack to get values from 0 - 256
    //for seed just take bitwise XOR of first two chars
    var seed = input_str.charCodeAt(0) ^ input_str.charCodeAt(1);
    var rand_1 = Math.abs((Math.sin(seed++) * 10000)) % 256;
    var rand_2 = Math.abs((Math.sin(seed++) * 10000)) % 256;
    var rand_3 = Math.abs((Math.sin(seed++) * 10000)) % 256;

    //build colour
    var red = Math.round((rand_1 + baseRed) / 2);
    var green = Math.round((rand_2 + baseGreen) / 2);
    var blue = Math.round((rand_3 + baseBlue) / 2);

    return { red: red, green: green, blue: blue };
}

GIST is here: https://gist.github.com/ro-sharp/49fd46a071a267d9e5dd

Installing MySQL-python

Python or Python3 with MySQL, you will need these. These libraries use MySQL's connector for C and Python (you need the C libraries installed as well), which overcome some of the limitations of the mysqldb libraries.

   sudo apt-get install libmysqlclient-dev
   sudo apt-get install python-mysql.connector
   sudo apt-get install python3-mysql.connector

How to align LinearLayout at the center of its parent?

this worked for me.

<LinearLayout>
.
.
.
android:gravity="center"
.
.>

<TextView
android:layout_gravity = "center"
/>
<Button
android:layout_gravity="center"
/>

</LinearLayout>

so you're designing the Linear Layout to place all its contents(TextView and Button) in its center and then the TextView and Button are placed relative to the center of the Linear Layout

How to Check whether Session is Expired or not in asp.net

I prefer not to check session variable in code instead use FormAuthentication. They have inbuilt functionlity to redirect to given LoginPage specified in web.config.

However if you want to explicitly check the session you can check for NULL value for any of the variable you created in session earlier as Pranay answered.

You can create Login.aspx page and write your message there , when session expires FormAuthentication automatically redirect to loginUrl given in FormAuthentication section

<authentication mode="Forms">
  <forms loginUrl="Login.aspx" protection="All" timeout="30">
  </forms>
</authentication>

The thing is that you can't give seperate page for Login and SessionExpire , so you have to show/hide some section on Login.aspx to act it both ways.

There is another way to redirect to sessionexpire page after timeout without changing formauthentication->loginurl , see the below link for this : http://www.schnieds.com/2009/07/aspnet-session-expiration-redirect.html

How to check if text fields are empty on form submit using jQuery?

You can bind an event handler to the "submit" JavaScript event using jQuery .submit method and then get trimmed #log text field value and check if empty of not like:

$('form').submit(function () {

    // Get the Login Name value and trim it
    var name = $.trim($('#log').val());

    // Check if empty of not
    if (name  === '') {
        alert('Text-field is empty.');
        return false;
    }
});

FIDDLE DEMO

I keep getting "Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token o"

const getCircularReplacer = () => {
              const seen = new WeakSet();
              return (key, value) => {
                if (typeof value === "object" && value !== null) {
                  if (seen.has(value)) {
                    return;
                  }
                  seen.add(value);
                }
                return value;
              };
            };
JSON.stringify(tempActivity, getCircularReplacer());

Where tempActivity is fething the data which produces the error "SyntaxError: Unexpected token o in JSON at position 1 - Stack Overflow"

Putting GridView data in a DataTable

Copying Grid to datatable

        if (GridView.Rows.Count != 0)
        {
            //Forloop for header
            for (int i = 0; i < GridView.HeaderRow.Cells.Count; i++)
            {
                dt.Columns.Add(GridView.HeaderRow.Cells[i].Text);
            }
            //foreach for datarow
            foreach (GridViewRow row in GridView.Rows)
            {
                DataRow dr = dt.NewRow();
                for (int j = 0; j < row.Cells.Count; j++)
                {
                    dr[GridView.HeaderRow.Cells[j].Text] = row.Cells[j].Text;
                }
                dt.Rows.Add(dr);
            }
            //Loop for footer
            if (GridView.FooterRow.Cells.Count != 0)
            {
                DataRow dr = dt.NewRow();
                for (int i = 0; i < GridView.FooterRow.Cells.Count; i++)
                {
                    //You have to re-do the work if you did anything in databound for footer.  
                }
                dt.Rows.Add(dr);
            }
            dt.TableName = "tb";
        }

Should I use SVN or Git?

The main point is, that Git is a distributed VCS and Subversion a centralized one. Distributed VCSs are a little bit more difficult to understand, but have many advantages. If you don't need this advantages, Subversion may the better choice.

Another question is tool-support. Which VCS is better supported by the tools you plan to use?

EDIT: Three years ago I answered this way:

And Git works on Windows at the moment only via Cygwin or MSYS. Subversion supported Windows from the beginning. As the git-solutions for windows may work for you, there may be problems, as the most developers of Git work with Linux and didn't have portability in the mind from the beginning. At the moment I would prefer Subversion for development under Windows. In a few years this may be irrelevant.

Now the world has changed a little bit. Git has a good implementation on windows now. Although I tested not thouroughly on windows (as I no longer use this system), I'm quite confident, that all the major VCS (SVN, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar) have proper Windows-implementation now. This advantage for SVN is gone. The other points (Centralized vs. Distributed and the check for tool support) stay valid.

process.env.NODE_ENV is undefined

in package.json we have to config like below (works in Linux and Mac OS)

the important thing is "export NODE_ENV=production" after your build commands below is an example:

  "scripts": {
     "start": "export NODE_ENV=production && npm run build && npm run start-server",
     "dev": "export NODE_ENV=dev && npm run build && npm run start-server",
  } 
  • for dev environment, we have to hit "npm run dev" command

  • for a production environment, we have to hit "npm run start" command

How can I lookup a Java enum from its String value?

You're close. For arbitrary values, try something like the following:

public enum Day { 

    MONDAY("M"), TUESDAY("T"), WEDNESDAY("W"),
    THURSDAY("R"), FRIDAY("F"), SATURDAY("Sa"), SUNDAY("Su"), ;

    private final String abbreviation;

    // Reverse-lookup map for getting a day from an abbreviation
    private static final Map<String, Day> lookup = new HashMap<String, Day>();

    static {
        for (Day d : Day.values()) {
            lookup.put(d.getAbbreviation(), d);
        }
    }

    private Day(String abbreviation) {
        this.abbreviation = abbreviation;
    }

    public String getAbbreviation() {
        return abbreviation;
    }

    public static Day get(String abbreviation) {
        return lookup.get(abbreviation);
    }
}

Difference between "git add -A" and "git add ."

This answer only applies to Git version 1.x. For Git version 2.x, see other answers.


Summary:

  • git add -A stages all changes

  • git add . stages new files and modifications, without deletions (on the current directory and its subdirectories).

  • git add -u stages modifications and deletions, without new files


Detail:

git add -A is equivalent to git add .; git add -u.

The important point about git add . is that it looks at the working tree and adds all those paths to the staged changes if they are either changed or are new and not ignored, it does not stage any 'rm' actions.

git add -u looks at all the already tracked files and stages the changes to those files if they are different or if they have been removed. It does not add any new files, it only stages changes to already tracked files.

git add -A is a handy shortcut for doing both of those.

You can test the differences out with something like this (note that for Git version 2.x your output for git add . git status will be different):

git init
echo Change me > change-me
echo Delete me > delete-me
git add change-me delete-me
git commit -m initial

echo OK >> change-me
rm delete-me
echo Add me > add-me

git status
# Changed but not updated:
#   modified:   change-me
#   deleted:    delete-me
# Untracked files:
#   add-me

git add .
git status

# Changes to be committed:
#   new file:   add-me
#   modified:   change-me
# Changed but not updated:
#   deleted:    delete-me

git reset

git add -u
git status

# Changes to be committed:
#   modified:   change-me
#   deleted:    delete-me
# Untracked files:
#   add-me

git reset

git add -A
git status

# Changes to be committed:
#   new file:   add-me
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Object of custom type as dictionary key

An alternative in Python 2.6 or above is to use collections.namedtuple() -- it saves you writing any special methods:

from collections import namedtuple
MyThingBase = namedtuple("MyThingBase", ["name", "location"])
class MyThing(MyThingBase):
    def __new__(cls, name, location, length):
        obj = MyThingBase.__new__(cls, name, location)
        obj.length = length
        return obj

a = MyThing("a", "here", 10)
b = MyThing("a", "here", 20)
c = MyThing("c", "there", 10)
a == b
# True
hash(a) == hash(b)
# True
a == c
# False

SQL Current month/ year question

select * from your_table where MONTH(mont_year) = MONTH(NOW()) and YEAR(mont_year) = YEAR(NOW());

Note: (month_year) means your column that contain date format. I think that will solve your problem. Let me know if that query doesn't works.

Swift convert unix time to date and time

You can get a date with that value by using the NSDate(withTimeIntervalSince1970:) initializer:

let date = NSDate(timeIntervalSince1970: 1415637900)

How to "select distinct" across multiple data frame columns in pandas?

You can use the drop_duplicates method to get the unique rows in a DataFrame:

In [29]: df = pd.DataFrame({'a':[1,2,1,2], 'b':[3,4,3,5]})

In [30]: df
Out[30]:
   a  b
0  1  3
1  2  4
2  1  3
3  2  5

In [32]: df.drop_duplicates()
Out[32]:
   a  b
0  1  3
1  2  4
3  2  5

You can also provide the subset keyword argument if you only want to use certain columns to determine uniqueness. See the docstring.

Insert image after each list item

ul li + li:before
{
    content:url(imgs/separator.gif);
}

How to open a web page automatically in full screen mode

Only works in IE:

window.open ("mapage.html","","fullscreen=yes");  
window.open('','_parent','');  
window.close();

How to implement "confirmation" dialog in Jquery UI dialog?

I know this is an old question but here is my solution using HTML5 data attributes in MVC4:

<div id="dialog" title="Confirmation Required" data-url="@Url.Action("UndoAllPendingChanges", "Home")">
  Are you sure about this?
</div>

JS code:

$("#dialog").dialog({
    modal: true,              
    autoOpen: false,
    buttons: {
        "Confirm": function () {
            window.location.href = $(this).data('url');
        },
        "Cancel": function () {
            $(this).dialog("close");
        }
    }
});

$("#TheIdOfMyButton").click(function (e) {
    e.preventDefault();
    $("#dialog").dialog("open");
});

How to get featured image of a product in woocommerce

I would just use get_the_post_thumbnail_url() instead of get_the_post_thumbnail()

<img src="<?php echo get_the_post_thumbnail_url($loop->post->ID); ?>" class="img-responsive" alt=""/>

AndroidStudio gradle proxy

Go to gradle.properties file (project root directory) and add these options.

systemProp.http.proxyHost=www.somehost.org
systemProp.http.proxyPort=8080
systemProp.http.proxyUser=user
systemProp.http.proxyPassword=password
systemProp.http.nonProxyHosts=localhost
systemProp.http.auth.ntlm.domain=domain

systemProp.https.proxyHost=www.somehost.org
systemProp.https.proxyPort=8080
systemProp.https.proxyUser=user
systemProp.https.proxyPassword=password
systemProp.https.nonProxyHosts=localhost
systemProp.https.auth.ntlm.domain=domain

Create a string of variable length, filled with a repeated character

I would create a constant string and then call substring on it.

Something like

var hashStore = '########################################';

var Fiveup = hashStore.substring(0,5);

var Tenup = hashStore.substring(0,10);

A bit faster too.

http://jsperf.com/const-vs-join

npm install -g less does not work: EACCES: permission denied

enter image description hereUse sudo -i to switch to $root, then execute npm install -g xxxx

How to return an array from an AJAX call?

Use JSON to transfer data types (arrays and objects) between client and server.

In PHP:

In JavaScript:

PHP:

echo json_encode($id_numbers);

JavaScript:

id_numbers = JSON.parse(msg);

As Wolfgang mentioned, you can give a fourth parameter to jQuery to automatically decode JSON for you.

id_numbers = new Array();
$.ajax({
    url:"Example.php",
    type:"POST",
    success:function(msg){
        id_numbers = msg;
    },
    dataType:"json"
});

How can you run a Java program without main method?

Up until JDK6, you could use a static initializer block to print the message. This way, as soon as your class is loaded the message will be printed. The trick then becomes using another program to load your class.

public class Hello {
  static {
    System.out.println("Hello, World!");
  }
}

Of course, you can run the program as java Hello and you will see the message; however, the command will also fail with a message stating:

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: main

[Edit] as noted by others, you can avoid the NoSuchmethodError by simply calling System.exit(0) immediately after printing the message.

As of JDK6 onward, you no longer see the message from the static initializer block; details here.

Android Studio - How to increase Allocated Heap Size

I looked at my Environment Variables and had a System Variable called _JAVA_OPTIONS with the value -Xms256m -Xmx512m, after changing this to -Xms256m -Xmx1024m the max heap size increased accordingly.

Sending JSON object to Web API

Change:

 data: JSON.stringify({ model: source })

To:

 data: {model: JSON.stringify(source)}

And in your controller you do this:

public void PartSourceAPI(string model)
{
       System.Web.Script.Serialization.JavaScriptSerializer js = new System.Web.Script.Serialization.JavaScriptSerializer();

   var result = js.Deserialize<PartSourceModel>(model);
}

If the url you use in jquery is /api/PartSourceAPI then the controller name must be api and the action(method) should be PartSourceAPI

text-align: right; not working for <label>

Label is an inline element - so, unless a width is defined, its width is exact the same which the letters span. Your div element is a block element so its width is by default 100%.

You will have to place the text-align: right; on the div element in your case, or applying display: block; to your label

Another option is to set a width for each label and then use text-align. The display: block method will not be necessary using this.

TypeScript error TS1005: ';' expected (II)

The issue was in my code.

In large code base, issue was not clear.

A simplified code is below:

Bad:

 collection.insertMany(
    [[],
    function (err, result) {
    });

Good:

collection.insertMany(
    [],
    function (err, result) {
    });

That is, the first one has [[], instead of normal array []

TS error was not clear enough, and it showed error in the last line with });

Hope this helps.

How to get all key in JSON object (javascript)

ES6 of the day here;

const json_getAllKeys = data => (
  data.reduce((keys, obj) => (
    keys.concat(Object.keys(obj).filter(key => (
      keys.indexOf(key) === -1))
    )
  ), [])
)

And yes it can be written in very long one line;

const json_getAllKeys = data => data.reduce((keys, obj) => keys.concat(Object.keys(obj).filter(key => keys.indexOf(key) === -1)), [])

EDIT: Returns all first order keys if the input is of type array of objects

How to find out when an Oracle table was updated the last time

I'm really late to this party but here's how I did it:

SELECT SCN_TO_TIMESTAMP(MAX(ora_rowscn)) from myTable;

It's close enough for my purposes.

How to convert int[] to Integer[] in Java?

Native Java 8 (one line)

With Java 8, int[] can be converted to Integer[] easily:

int[] data = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10};

// To boxed array
Integer[] what = Arrays.stream( data ).boxed().toArray( Integer[]::new );
Integer[] ever = IntStream.of( data ).boxed().toArray( Integer[]::new );

// To boxed list
List<Integer> you  = Arrays.stream( data ).boxed().collect( Collectors.toList() );
List<Integer> like = IntStream.of( data ).boxed().collect( Collectors.toList() );

As others stated, Integer[] is usually not a good map key. But as far as conversion goes, we now have a relatively clean and native code.

How do I get the day of week given a date?

Say you have timeStamp: String variable, YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

step 1: convert it to dateTime function with blow code...

df['timeStamp'] = pd.to_datetime(df['timeStamp'])

Step 2 : Now you can extract all the required feature as below which will create new Column for each of the fild- hour,month,day of week,year, date

df['Hour'] = df['timeStamp'].apply(lambda time: time.hour)
df['Month'] = df['timeStamp'].apply(lambda time: time.month)
df['Day of Week'] = df['timeStamp'].apply(lambda time: time.dayofweek)
df['Year'] = df['timeStamp'].apply(lambda t: t.year)
df['Date'] = df['timeStamp'].apply(lambda t: t.day)

Why can't I use the 'await' operator within the body of a lock statement?

Basically it would be the wrong thing to do.

There are two ways this could be implemented:

  • Keep hold of the lock, only releasing it at the end of the block.
    This is a really bad idea as you don't know how long the asynchronous operation is going to take. You should only hold locks for minimal amounts of time. It's also potentially impossible, as a thread owns a lock, not a method - and you may not even execute the rest of the asynchronous method on the same thread (depending on the task scheduler).

  • Release the lock in the await, and reacquire it when the await returns
    This violates the principle of least astonishment IMO, where the asynchronous method should behave as closely as possible like the equivalent synchronous code - unless you use Monitor.Wait in a lock block, you expect to own the lock for the duration of the block.

So basically there are two competing requirements here - you shouldn't be trying to do the first here, and if you want to take the second approach you can make the code much clearer by having two separated lock blocks separated by the await expression:

// Now it's clear where the locks will be acquired and released
lock (foo)
{
}
var result = await something;
lock (foo)
{
}

So by prohibiting you from awaiting in the lock block itself, the language is forcing you to think about what you really want to do, and making that choice clearer in the code that you write.

How to auto adjust table td width from the content

Remove all widths set using CSS and set white-space to nowrap like so:

.content-loader tr td {
    white-space: nowrap;
}

I would also remove the fixed width from the container (or add overflow-x: scroll to the container) if you want the fields to display in their entirety without it looking odd...

See more here: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_text_white-space.asp

Cannot get Kerberos service ticket: KrbException: Server not found in Kerberos database (7)

This looks like a missing SPN issue. The website you had pointed to has

principal="webserver/[email protected]" 

This is the principal for which the ticket would be obtained. Did you change this to a value relative to your AD domain?

You could use the command line kerberos tools to test if you have the SPN defined:

[root@gen-cs218 bin]# kinit Administrator
[email protected]'s Password:
[root@gen-cs218 bin]# kgetcred host/[email protected]
[root@gen-cs218 bin]# klist
Credentials cache: FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_0
        Principal: [email protected]

  Issued                Expires               Principal <br>
Dec 15 11:42:34 2012  Dec 15 21:42:34 2012  krbtgt/[email protected]
Dec 15 11:42:48 2012  Dec 15 21:42:34 2012  host/[email protected]

Hostname based SPNs are pre-defined. If you want to use a SPN that is not pre-defined you will have to explicitly define it in AD using the setspn.exe tool and associate it with either a computer or an user account, for example:

c:\> setspn.exe -A "webserver/bully@MYDOMAIN" myuser

You can check which account a SPN is associated with by using the command below. This will not show pre-defined SPNs.

c:\> setspn.exe -L "webserver/bully@MYDOMAIN"

Count the items from a IEnumerable<T> without iterating?

Here is a great discussion about lazy evaluation and deferred execution. Basically you have to materialize the list to get that value.

Find if value in column A contains value from column B?

You could try this

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(<single column I value>,<entire column E range>,1,FALSE)),FALSE, TRUE)

-or-

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(<single column I value>,<entire column E range>,1,FALSE)),"FALSE", "File found in row "   & MATCH(<single column I value>,<entire column E range>,0))

you could replace <single column I value> and <entire column E range> with named ranged. That'd probably be the easiest.

Just drag that formula all the way down the length of your I column in whatever column you want.

Differences between utf8 and latin1

UTF-8 is prepared for world domination, Latin1 isn't.

If you're trying to store non-Latin characters like Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, Russian, etc using Latin1 encoding, then they will end up as mojibake. You may find the introductory text of this article useful (and even more if you know a bit Java).

Note that full 4-byte UTF-8 support was only introduced in MySQL 5.5. Before that version, it only goes up to 3 bytes per character, not 4 bytes per character. So, it supported only the BMP plane and not e.g. the Emoji plane. If you want full 4-byte UTF-8 support, upgrade MySQL to at least 5.5 or go for another RDBMS like PostgreSQL. In MySQL 5.5+ it's called utf8mb4.

How to get the selected row values of DevExpress XtraGrid?

For VB.Net

CType(GridControl1.MainView, GridView).GetFocusedRow()

For C#

((GridView)gridControl1.MainView).GetFocusedRow();

example bind data by linq so use

Dim selRow As CUSTOMER = CType(GridControl1.MainView, GridView).GetFocusedRow()

Read lines from a file into a Bash array

The readarray command (also spelled mapfile) was introduced in bash 4.0.

readarray -t a < /path/to/filename

How to count the number of lines of a string in javascript

There are three options:

Using jQuery (download from jQuery website) - jquery.com

var lines = $("#ptest").val().split("\n");
return lines.length;

Using Regex

var lines = str.split(/\r\n|\r|\n/);
return lines.length;

Or, a recreation of a for each loop

var length = 0;
for(var i = 0; i < str.length; ++i){
    if(str[i] == '\n') {
        length++;
    }
}
return length;

How can I avoid ResultSet is closed exception in Java?

make sure you have closed all your statments and resultsets before running rs.next. Finaly guarantees this

public boolean flowExists( Integer idStatusPrevious, Integer idStatus, Connection connection ) {
    LogUtil.logRequestMethod();

    PreparedStatement ps = null;
    ResultSet rs = null;
    try {
        ps = connection.prepareStatement( Constants.SCRIPT_SELECT_FIND_FLOW_STATUS_BY_STATUS );
        ps.setInt( 1, idStatusPrevious );
        ps.setInt( 2, idStatus );

        rs = ps.executeQuery();

        Long count = 0L;

        if ( rs != null ) {
            while ( rs.next() ) {
                count = rs.getLong( 1 );
                break;
            }
        }

        LogUtil.logSuccessMethod();

        return count > 0L;
    } catch ( Exception e ) {
        String errorMsg = String
            .format( Constants.ERROR_FINALIZED_METHOD, ( e.getMessage() != null ? e.getMessage() : "" ) );
        LogUtil.logError( errorMsg, e );

        throw new FatalException( errorMsg );
    } finally {
        rs.close();
        ps.close();
    }

Set font-weight using Bootstrap classes

In Bootstrap 4:

class="font-weight-bold"

Or:

<strong>text</strong>

basic authorization command for curl

curl -D- -X GET -H "Authorization: Basic ZnJlZDpmcmVk" -H "Content-Type: application/json" http://localhost:7990/rest/api/1.0/projects

--note

base46 encode =ZnJlZDpmcmVk

How to print instances of a class using print()?

Simple. In the print, do:

print(foobar.__dict__)

as long as the constructor is

__init__

Make ABC Ordered List Items Have Bold Style

As an alternative and superior solution, you could use a custom counter in a before element. It involves no extra HTML markup. A CSS reset should be used alongside it, or at least styling removed from the ol element (list-style-type: none, reset margin), otherwise the element will have two counters.

<ol>
    <li>First line</li>
    <li>Second line</li>
</ol>

CSS:

ol {
    counter-reset: my-badass-counter;
}
ol li:before {
    content: counter(my-badass-counter, upper-alpha);
    counter-increment: my-badass-counter;
    margin-right: 5px;
    font-weight: bold;
}

An example: http://jsfiddle.net/xpAMU/1/

Generate Row Serial Numbers in SQL Query

I'm not certain, based on your question if you want numbered rows that will remember their numbers even if the underlying data changes (and gives a different ordering), but if you just want numbered rows - that reset on a change in customer ID, then try using the Partition by clause of row_number()

row_number() over(partition by CustomerID order by CustomerID)

How to implement a ConfigurationSection with a ConfigurationElementCollection

If you are looking for a custom configuration section like following

<CustomApplicationConfig>
        <Credentials Username="itsme" Password="mypassword"/>
        <PrimaryAgent Address="10.5.64.26" Port="3560"/>
        <SecondaryAgent Address="10.5.64.7" Port="3570"/>
        <Site Id="123" />
        <Lanes>
          <Lane Id="1" PointId="north" Direction="Entry"/>
          <Lane Id="2" PointId="south" Direction="Exit"/>
        </Lanes> 
</CustomApplicationConfig>

then you can use my implementation of configuration section so to get started add System.Configuration assembly reference to your project

Look at the each nested elements I used, First one is Credentials with two attributes so lets add it first

Credentials Element

public class CredentialsConfigElement : System.Configuration.ConfigurationElement
    {
        [ConfigurationProperty("Username")]
        public string Username
        {
            get 
            {
                return base["Username"] as string;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("Password")]
        public string Password
        {
            get
            {
                return base["Password"] as string;
            }
        }
    }

PrimaryAgent and SecondaryAgent

Both has the same attributes and seem like a Address to a set of servers for a primary and a failover, so you just need to create one element class for both of those like following

public class ServerInfoConfigElement : ConfigurationElement
    {
        [ConfigurationProperty("Address")]
        public string Address
        {
            get
            {
                return base["Address"] as string;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("Port")]
        public int? Port
        {
            get
            {
                return base["Port"] as int?;
            }
        }
    }

I'll explain how to use two different element with one class later in this post, let us skip the SiteId as there is no difference in it. You just have to create one class same as above with one property only. let us see how to implement Lanes collection

it is splitted in two parts first you have to create an element implementation class then you have to create collection element class

LaneConfigElement

public class LaneConfigElement : ConfigurationElement
    {
        [ConfigurationProperty("Id")]
        public string Id
        {
            get
            {
                return base["Id"] as string;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("PointId")]
        public string PointId
        {
            get
            {
                return base["PointId"] as string;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("Direction")]
        public Direction? Direction
        {
            get
            {
                return base["Direction"] as Direction?;
            }
        }
    }

    public enum Direction
    { 
        Entry,
        Exit
    }

you can notice that one attribute of LanElement is an Enumeration and if you try to use any other value in configuration which is not defined in Enumeration application will throw an System.Configuration.ConfigurationErrorsException on startup. Ok lets move on to Collection Definition

[ConfigurationCollection(typeof(LaneConfigElement), AddItemName = "Lane", CollectionType = ConfigurationElementCollectionType.BasicMap)]
    public class LaneConfigCollection : ConfigurationElementCollection
    {
        public LaneConfigElement this[int index]
        {
            get { return (LaneConfigElement)BaseGet(index); }
            set
            {
                if (BaseGet(index) != null)
                {
                    BaseRemoveAt(index);
                }
                BaseAdd(index, value);
            }
        }

        public void Add(LaneConfigElement serviceConfig)
        {
            BaseAdd(serviceConfig);
        }

        public void Clear()
        {
            BaseClear();
        }

        protected override ConfigurationElement CreateNewElement()
        {
            return new LaneConfigElement();
        }

        protected override object GetElementKey(ConfigurationElement element)
        {
            return ((LaneConfigElement)element).Id;
        }

        public void Remove(LaneConfigElement serviceConfig)
        {
            BaseRemove(serviceConfig.Id);
        }

        public void RemoveAt(int index)
        {
            BaseRemoveAt(index);
        }

        public void Remove(String name)
        {
            BaseRemove(name);
        }

    }

you can notice that I have set the AddItemName = "Lane" you can choose whatever you like for your collection entry item, i prefer to use "add" the default one but i changed it just for the sake of this post.

Now all of our nested Elements have been implemented now we should aggregate all of those in a class which has to implement System.Configuration.ConfigurationSection

CustomApplicationConfigSection

public class CustomApplicationConfigSection : System.Configuration.ConfigurationSection
    {
        private static readonly ILog log = LogManager.GetLogger(typeof(CustomApplicationConfigSection));
        public const string SECTION_NAME = "CustomApplicationConfig";

        [ConfigurationProperty("Credentials")]
        public CredentialsConfigElement Credentials
        {
            get
            {
                return base["Credentials"] as CredentialsConfigElement;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("PrimaryAgent")]
        public ServerInfoConfigElement PrimaryAgent
        {
            get
            {
                return base["PrimaryAgent"] as ServerInfoConfigElement;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("SecondaryAgent")]
        public ServerInfoConfigElement SecondaryAgent
        {
            get
            {
                return base["SecondaryAgent"] as ServerInfoConfigElement;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("Site")]
        public SiteConfigElement Site
        {
            get
            {
                return base["Site"] as SiteConfigElement;
            }
        }

        [ConfigurationProperty("Lanes")]
        public LaneConfigCollection Lanes
        {
            get { return base["Lanes"] as LaneConfigCollection; }
        }
    }

Now you can see that we have two properties with name PrimaryAgent and SecondaryAgent both have the same type now you can easily understand why we had only one implementation class against these two element.

Before you can use this newly invented configuration section in your app.config (or web.config) you just need to tell you application that you have invented your own configuration section and give it some respect, to do so you have to add following lines in app.config (may be right after start of root tag).

<configSections>
    <section name="CustomApplicationConfig" type="MyNameSpace.CustomApplicationConfigSection, MyAssemblyName" />
  </configSections>

NOTE: MyAssemblyName should be without .dll e.g. if you assembly file name is myDll.dll then use myDll instead of myDll.dll

to retrieve this configuration use following line of code any where in your application

CustomApplicationConfigSection config = System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.GetSection(CustomApplicationConfigSection.SECTION_NAME) as CustomApplicationConfigSection;

I hope above post would help you to get started with a bit complicated kind of custom config sections.

Happy Coding :)

****Edit**** To Enable LINQ on LaneConfigCollection you have to implement IEnumerable<LaneConfigElement>

And Add following implementation of GetEnumerator

public new IEnumerator<LaneConfigElement> GetEnumerator()
        {
            int count = base.Count;
            for (int i = 0; i < count; i++)
            {
                yield return base.BaseGet(i) as LaneConfigElement;
            }
        }

for the people who are still confused about how yield really works read this nice article

Two key points taken from above article are

it doesn’t really end the method’s execution. yield return pauses the method execution and the next time you call it (for the next enumeration value), the method will continue to execute from the last yield return call. It sounds a bit confusing I think… (Shay Friedman)

Yield is not a feature of the .Net runtime. It is just a C# language feature which gets compiled into simple IL code by the C# compiler. (Lars Corneliussen)

How long would it take a non-programmer to learn C#, the .NET Framework, and SQL?

Dive right it, make it a hobby, and have fun :)

Coming from an electronics background myself I can tell you that you should pick it up pretty quickly. And having an electronics background will give you a deeper understanding of the underlying hardware.

IMHO the root of information technology is electronics.

For example..

Think of objects as components.

The .NET framework is essentially drawers full of standard components.

For example you know what a 7400 (NAND gate) is capable of doing. You have a data sheet showing the pin outs and sample configurations. You don't typically care about the circuitry inside. Software objects are the same way. We have inputs and we have methods that do something to the inputs to produce predictable outputs. As developers we typically don't care how the object was written... just that it does what it says it will do.

You also know that you can build additional logic circuits by using two or more NAND gates. This of this as instantiation.

You also know that you can take a NAND gate and place it inside a circuit where you can modify the input signals coming in so the outputs have different behaviors. This is a crude example but you can think of this as inheritance.

I have also learned it helps to have a project to work on. It could be a hobbyist project or a work project. Start small, get something very basic working, and work up from there.

To answer your specific question on "what should I learn first".

1) Take your project you have in mind and break it into steps. For example... get a number from the user, add one to the number, display the result. Think of this as your design.

2) Learn basic C#. Write a simple console application that does something. Learn what an if statement is (this is all boolean logic so it should be somewhat familiar), learn about loops, learn about mathematical operations, learn about functions (subroutines). Play with simple file i/o (reading and writing text files). The basic C# can be thought of as your wiring and discrete components (resistors, caps, transistors, etc) to your chips (object).

3) Learn how to instantiate and use objects from the framework. You have already been doing this but now it's time to delve in further. For example... play with System.Console some more... try making the speaker beep. Also start looking for objects that you may want to use for database work.

4) Learn basic SQL. Lots of help and examples online. Pick a database you want to work with. I personally think MS Access is a great beginners database. I would not use it for multi-user or cross platform desktop applications... but it is a great single user database for Windows users... and it is a great way to learn the basics of SQL. There are other simple free databases available (Open Office has one for example) if you don't want to shell out $ for Access.

5) Expand your app to do something with a database.

De-obfuscate Javascript code to make it readable again

Here's a new automated tool, JSNice, to try to deobfuscate/deminify it. The tool even tries to guess the variable names, which is unbelievably cool. (It mines Javascript on github for this purpose.)

http://www.jsnice.org

Counting in a FOR loop using Windows Batch script

for a = 1 to 100 step 1

Command line in Windows . Please use %%a if running in Batch file.

    for /L %a in (1,1,100) Do echo %a 

ASP.NET MVC - Getting QueryString values

Actually you can capture Query strings in MVC in two ways.....

public ActionResult CrazyMVC(string knownQuerystring)
{

  // This is the known query string captured by the Controller Action Method parameter above
  string myKnownQuerystring = knownQuerystring;

  // This is what I call the mysterious "unknown" query string
  // It is not known because the Controller isn't capturing it
  string myUnknownQuerystring = Request.QueryString["unknownQuerystring"];

  return Content(myKnownQuerystring + " - " + myUnknownQuerystring);

}

This would capture both query strings...for example:

/CrazyMVC?knownQuerystring=123&unknownQuerystring=456

Output: 123 - 456

Don't ask me why they designed it that way. Would make more sense if they threw out the whole Controller action system for individual query strings and just returned a captured dynamic list of all strings/encoded file objects for the URL by url-form-encoding so you can easily access them all in one call. Maybe someone here can demonstrate that if its possible?

Makes no sense to me how Controllers capture query strings, but it does mean you have more flexibility to capture query strings than they teach you out of the box. So pick your poison....both work fine.

HTML 5: Is it <br>, <br/>, or <br />?

As many others have covered, both <br> and <br/> are acceptable.

I guess the tradeoff is the better readability and backward compatibility of <br/> versus sending one less character to the end users with <br>.

And since Google uses <br> so will I.

(Of course keep in mind that they might be serving me <br> because I'm using Chrome which they know supports it. In IE they might still be serving <br/>)

Get specific line from text file using just shell script

I didn't particularly like any of the answers.

Here is how I did it.

# Convert the file into an array of strings
lines=(`cat "foo.txt"`)

# Print out the lines via array index
echo "${lines[0]}"
echo "${lines[1]}"
echo "${lines[5]}"

How to iterate over a JavaScript object?

var Dictionary = {
  If: {
    you: {
      can: '',
      make: ''
    },
    sense: ''
  },
  of: {
    the: {
      sentence: {
        it: '',
        worked: ''
      }
    }
  }
};

function Iterate(obj) {
  for (prop in obj) {
    if (obj.hasOwnProperty(prop) && isNaN(prop)) {
      console.log(prop + ': ' + obj[prop]);
      Iterate(obj[prop]);
    }
  }
}
Iterate(Dictionary);

Hibernate Union alternatives

Use VIEW. The same classes can be mapped to different tables/views using entity name, so you won't even have much of a duplication. Being there, done that, works OK.

Plain JDBC has another hidden problem: it's unaware of Hibernate session cache, so if something got cached till the end of the transaction and not flushed from Hibernate session, JDBC query won't find it. Could be very puzzling sometimes.

Aligning two divs side-by-side

I don't understand why Nick is using margin-left: 200px; instead off floating the other div to the left or right, I've just tweaked his markup, you can use float for both elements instead of using margin-left.

Demo

#main {
    margin: auto;
    width: 400px;
}

#sidebar    {
    width: 100px;
    min-height: 400px;
    background: red;
    float: left;
}

#page-wrap  {
    width: 300px;
    background: #0f0;
    min-height: 400px;
    float: left;
}

.clear:after {
    clear: both;
    display: table;
    content: "";
}

Also, I've used .clear:after which am calling on the parent element, just to self clear the parent.

'Use of Unresolved Identifier' in Swift

This is not directly to your code sample, but in general about the error. I'm writing it here, because Google directs this error to this question, so it may be useful for the other devs.


Another use case when you can receive such error is when you're adding a selector to method in another class, eg:

private class MockTextFieldTarget {
private(set) var didCallDoneAction = false
    @objc func doneActionHandler() {
        didCallDoneAction = true
    }
}

And then in another class:

final class UITextFieldTests: XCTestCase {
    func testDummyCode() {
        let mockTarget = MockTextFieldTarget()
        UIBarButtonItem(barButtonSystemItem: .cancel, target: mockTarget, action: MockTextFieldTarget.doneActionHandler)
        // ... do something ...
    }
}

If in the last line you'd simply call #selector(cancelActionHandler) instead of #selector(MockTextFieldTarget.cancelActionHandler), you'd get

use of unresolved identifier

error.

Import error No module named skimage

For OSX: pip install scikit-image

and then run python to try following

from skimage.feature import corner_harris, corner_peaks

How to set OnClickListener on a RadioButton in Android?

I'd think a better way is to use RadioGroup and set the listener on this to change and update the View accordingly (saves you having 2 or 3 or 4 etc listeners).

    RadioGroup radioGroup = (RadioGroup) findViewById(R.id.yourRadioGroup);        
    radioGroup.setOnCheckedChangeListener(new OnCheckedChangeListener() 
    {
        @Override
        public void onCheckedChanged(RadioGroup group, int checkedId) {
            // checkedId is the RadioButton selected
        }
    });

Multiple try codes in one block

Lets say each code is a function and its already written then the following can be used to iter through your coding list and exit the for-loop when a function is executed without error using the "break".

def a(): code a
def b(): code b
def c(): code c
def d(): code d

for func in [a, b, c, d]:  # change list order to change execution order.
   try:
       func()
       break
   except Exception as err:
       print (err)
       continue

I used "Exception " here so you can see any error printed. Turn-off the print if you know what to expect and you're not caring (e.g. in case the code returns two or three list items (i,j = msg.split('.')).

VBA setting the formula for a cell

Not sure what isn't working in your case, but the following code will put a formula into cell A1 that will retrieve the value in the cell G2.

strProjectName = "Sheet1"
Cells(1, 1).Formula = "=" & strProjectName & "!" & Cells(2, 7).Address

The workbook and worksheet that strProjectName references must exist at the time that this formula is placed. Excel will immediately try to evaluate the formula. You might be able to stop that from happening by turning off automatic recalculation until the workbook does exist.

XPath to select multiple tags

One correct answer is:

/a/b/*[self::c or self::d or self::e]

Do note that this

a/b/*[local-name()='c' or local-name()='d' or local-name()='e']

is both too-long and incorrect. This XPath expression will select nodes like:

OhMy:c

NotWanted:d 

QuiteDifferent:e

Contain an image within a div?

Here is javascript I wrote to do just this.

function ImageTile(parentdiv, imagediv) {
imagediv.style.position = 'absolute';

function load(image) {
    //
    // Reset to auto so that when the load happens it resizes to fit our image and that
    // way we can tell what size our image is. If we don't do that then it uses the last used
    // values to auto-size our image and we don't know what the actual size of the image is.
    //
    imagediv.style.height = "auto";
    imagediv.style.width = "auto";
    imagediv.style.top = 0;
    imagediv.style.left = 0;

    imagediv.src = image;
}

//bind load event (need to wait for it to finish loading the image)
imagediv.onload = function() {
    var vpWidth = parentdiv.clientWidth;
    var vpHeight = parentdiv.clientHeight;
    var imgWidth = this.clientWidth;
    var imgHeight = this.clientHeight;

    if (imgHeight > imgWidth) {
        this.style.height = vpHeight + 'px';
        var width = ((imgWidth/imgHeight) * vpHeight);
        this.style.width = width + 'px';
        this.style.left = ((vpWidth - width)/2) + 'px';
    } else {
        this.style.width = vpWidth + 'px';
        var height = ((imgHeight/imgWidth) * vpWidth);
        this.style.height = height + 'px';
        this.style.top = ((vpHeight - height)/2) + 'px';
    }
};

return {
    "load": load
};

}

And to use it just do something like this:

 var tile1 = ImageTile(document.documentElement, document.getElementById("tile1"));
 tile1.load(url);

I use this for a slideshow in which I have two of these "tiles" and I fade one out and the other in. The loading is done on the "tile" that is not visible to avoid the jarring visual affect of the resetting of the style back to "auto".