Programs & Examples On #Arraybuffer

ArrayBuffer is a Javascript data type used to represent a generic, fixed-length binary data buffer.

Converting between strings and ArrayBuffers

Recently I also need to do this for one of my project so did a well research and got a result from Google's Developer community which states this in a simple manner:

For ArrayBuffer to String

function ab2str(buf) {
  return String.fromCharCode.apply(null, new Uint16Array(buf));
}
// Here Uint16 can be different like Uinit8/Uint32 depending upon your buffer value type.

For String to ArrayBuffer

function str2ab(str) {
  var buf = new ArrayBuffer(str.length*2); // 2 bytes for each char
  var bufView = new Uint16Array(buf);
  for (var i=0, strLen=str.length; i < strLen; i++) {
    bufView[i] = str.charCodeAt(i);
  }
  return buf;
}
//Same here also for the Uint16Array.

For more in detail reference you can refer this blog by Google.

Convert a binary NodeJS Buffer to JavaScript ArrayBuffer

I tried the above for a Float64Array and it just did not work.

I ended up realising that really the data needed to be read 'INTO' the view in correct chunks. This means reading 8 bytes at a time from the source Buffer.

Anyway this is what I ended up with...

var buff = new Buffer("40100000000000004014000000000000", "hex");
var ab = new ArrayBuffer(buff.length);
var view = new Float64Array(ab);

var viewIndex = 0;
for (var bufferIndex=0;bufferIndex<buff.length;bufferIndex=bufferIndex+8)            {

    view[viewIndex] = buff.readDoubleLE(bufferIndex);
    viewIndex++;
}

How to go from Blob to ArrayBuffer

The Response API consumes a (immutable) Blob from which the data can be retrieved in several ways. The OP only asked for ArrayBuffer, and here's a demonstration of it.

var blob = GetABlobSomehow();

// NOTE: you will need to wrap this up in a async block first.
/* Use the await keyword to wait for the Promise to resolve */
await new Response(blob).arrayBuffer();   //=> <ArrayBuffer>

alternatively you could use this:

new Response(blob).arrayBuffer()
.then(/* <function> */);

Note: This API isn't compatible with older (ancient) browsers so take a look to the Browser Compatibility Table to be on the safe side ;)

ArrayBuffer to base64 encoded string

var blob = new Blob([arrayBuffer])

var reader = new FileReader();
reader.onload = function(event){
   var base64 =   event.target.result
};

reader.readAsDataURL(blob);

Conversion between UTF-8 ArrayBuffer and String

Using TextEncoder and TextDecoder

var uint8array = new TextEncoder("utf-8").encode("Plain Text");
var string = new TextDecoder().decode(uint8array);
console.log(uint8array ,string )

Convert base64 string to ArrayBuffer

For Node.js users:

const myBuffer = Buffer.from(someBase64String, 'base64');

myBuffer will be of type Buffer which is a subclass of Uint8Array. Unfortunately, Uint8Array is NOT an ArrayBuffer as the OP was asking for. But when manipulating an ArrayBuffer I almost always wrap it with Uint8Array or something similar, so it should be close to what's being asked for.

How to write some data to excel file(.xlsx)

Hope here is the exact what we are looking for.

private void button2_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
    UpdateExcel("Sheet3", 4, 7, "Namachi@gmail");
}

private void UpdateExcel(string sheetName, int row, int col, string data)
{
    Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Application oXL = null;
    Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel._Workbook oWB = null;
    Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel._Worksheet oSheet = null;

    try
    {
        oXL = new Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Application();
        oWB = oXL.Workbooks.Open("d:\\MyExcel.xlsx");
        oSheet = String.IsNullOrEmpty(sheetName) ? (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel._Worksheet)oWB.ActiveSheet : (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel._Worksheet)oWB.Worksheets[sheetName];

        oSheet.Cells[row, col] = data;

        oWB.Save();

        MessageBox.Show("Done!");
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        MessageBox.Show(ex.ToString());
    }
    finally
    {
        if (oWB != null)
        oWB.Close();
    }
}

How to Update Date and Time of Raspberry Pi With out Internet

Remember that Raspberry Pi does not have real time clock. So even you are connected to internet have to set the time every time you power on or restart.

This is how it works:

  1. Type sudo raspi-config in the Raspberry Pi command line
  2. Internationalization options
  3. Change Time Zone
  4. Select geographical area
  5. Select city or region
  6. Reboot your pi

Next thing you can set time using this command

sudo date -s "Mon Aug  12 20:14:11 UTC 2014"

More about data and time

man date

When Pi is connected to computer should have to manually set data and time

bad operand types for binary operator "&" java

Because & has a lesser priority than ==.

Your code is equivalent to a[0] & (1 == 0), and unless a[0] is a boolean this won't compile...

You need to:

(a[0] & 1) == 0

etc etc.

(yes, Java does hava a boolean & operator -- a non shortcut logical and)

Delegates in swift?

Very easy step by step (100% working and tested)

step1: Create method on first view controller

 func updateProcessStatus(isCompleted : Bool){
    if isCompleted{
        self.labelStatus.text = "Process is completed"
    }else{
        self.labelStatus.text = "Process is in progress"
    }
}

step2: Set delegate while push to second view controller

@IBAction func buttonAction(_ sender: Any) {

    let secondViewController = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "secondViewController") as! secondViewController
    secondViewController.delegate = self
    self.navigationController?.pushViewController(secondViewController, animated: true)
}

step3: set delegate like

class ViewController: UIViewController,ProcessStatusDelegate {

step4: Create protocol

protocol ProcessStatusDelegate:NSObjectProtocol{
func updateProcessStatus(isCompleted : Bool)
}

step5: take a variable

var delegate:ProcessStatusDelegate?

step6: While go back to previous view controller call delegate method so first view controller notify with data

@IBAction func buttonActionBack(_ sender: Any) {
    delegate?.updateProcessStatus(isCompleted: true)
    self.navigationController?.popViewController(animated: true)
}

@IBAction func buttonProgress(_ sender: Any) {
    delegate?.updateProcessStatus(isCompleted: false)
    self.navigationController?.popViewController(animated: true)

}

How to delete/unset the properties of a javascript object?

simply use delete, but be aware that you should read fully what the effects are of using this:

 delete object.index; //true
 object.index; //undefined

but if I was to use like so:

var x = 1; //1
delete x; //false
x; //1

but if you do wish to delete variables in the global namespace, you can use it's global object such as window, or using this in the outermost scope i.e

var a = 'b';
delete a; //false
delete window.a; //true
delete this.a; //true

http://perfectionkills.com/understanding-delete/

another fact is that using delete on an array will not remove the index but only set the value to undefined, meaning in certain control structures such as for loops, you will still iterate over that entity, when it comes to array's you should use splice which is a prototype of the array object.

Example Array:

var myCars=new Array();
myCars[0]="Saab";
myCars[1]="Volvo";
myCars[2]="BMW";

if I was to do:

delete myCars[1];

the resulting array would be:

["Saab", undefined, "BMW"]

but using splice like so:

myCars.splice(1,1);

would result in:

["Saab", "BMW"]

How to retrieve current workspace using Jenkins Pipeline Groovy script?

For me just ${workspace} worked without even initializing the variable 'workspace.'

Can anyone explain IEnumerable and IEnumerator to me?

I have noticed these differences:

A. We iterate the list in different way, foreach can be used for IEnumerable and while loop for IEnumerator.

B. IEnumerator can remember the current index when we pass from one method to another (it start working with current index) but IEnumerable can't remember the index and it reset the index to beginning. More in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jd3yUjGc9M0

navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition sometimes works sometimes doesn't

This is already an old question, but all answers didn't solve my problem, so let's add the one I finally found. It smells like a hack (and it is one), but works always in my situation. Hope in your situation too.

//Dummy one, which will result in a working next statement.
navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition(function () {}, function () {}, {});
//The working next statement.
navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition(function (position) {
    //Your code here
}, function (e) {
    //Your error handling here
}, {
    enableHighAccuracy: true
});

How to scroll to top of page with JavaScript/jQuery?

Here's a pure JavaScript animated scroll version for no-jQuery'ers :D

var stepTime = 20;
var docBody = document.body;
var focElem = document.documentElement;

var scrollAnimationStep = function (initPos, stepAmount) {
    var newPos = initPos - stepAmount > 0 ? initPos - stepAmount : 0;

    docBody.scrollTop = focElem.scrollTop = newPos;

    newPos && setTimeout(function () {
        scrollAnimationStep(newPos, stepAmount);
    }, stepTime);
}

var scrollTopAnimated = function (speed) {
    var topOffset = docBody.scrollTop || focElem.scrollTop;
    var stepAmount = topOffset;

    speed && (stepAmount = (topOffset * stepTime)/speed);

    scrollAnimationStep(topOffset, stepAmount);
};

And then:

<button onclick="scrollTopAnimated(1000)">Scroll Top</button>

AsyncTask Android example

When an asynchronous task is executed, the task goes through four steps:

  1. onPreExecute()
  2. doInBackground(Params...)
  3. onProgressUpdate(Progress...)
  4. onPostExecute(Result)

Below is a demo example:

private class DownloadFilesTask extends AsyncTask<URL, Integer, Long> {

    protected Long doInBackground(URL... urls) {
        int count = urls.length;
        long totalSize = 0;
        for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
            totalSize += Downloader.downloadFile(urls[i]);
            publishProgress((int) ((i / (float) count) * 100));

            // Escape early if cancel() is called
            if (isCancelled())
                break;
        }
        return totalSize;
    }

    protected void onProgressUpdate(Integer... progress) {
        setProgressPercent(progress[0]);
    }

    protected void onPostExecute(Long result) {
        showDialog("Downloaded " + result + " bytes");
    }
 }

And once you created, a task is executed very simply:

new DownloadFilesTask().execute(url1, url2, url3);

How might I extract the property values of a JavaScript object into an array?

ES2017 using Object.values:

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const dataObject = {_x000D_
    object1: {_x000D_
        id: 1,_x000D_
        name: "Fred"_x000D_
    },_x000D_
    object2: {_x000D_
        id: 2,_x000D_
        name: "Wilma"_x000D_
    },_x000D_
    object3: {_x000D_
        id: 3,_x000D_
        name: "Pebbles"_x000D_
    }_x000D_
};_x000D_
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const valuesOnly = Object.values(dataObject);_x000D_
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console.log(valuesOnly)
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How to print the current time in a Batch-File?

You can use the command time /t for the time and date /t for the date, here is an example:

@echo off
time /t >%tmp%\time.tmp
date /t >%tmp%\date.tmp
set ttime=<%tmp%\time.tmp
set tdate=<%tmp%\date.tmp
del /f /q %tmp%\time.tmp
del /f /q %tmp%\date.tmp
echo Time: %ttime%
echo Date: %tdate%
pause >nul

You can also use the built in variables %time% and %date%, here is another example:

@echo off
echo Time: %time:~0,5%
echo Date: %date%
pause >nul

Chain-calling parent initialisers in python

You can simply write :

class A(object):

    def __init__(self):
        print "Initialiser A was called"

class B(A):

    def __init__(self):
        A.__init__(self)
        # A.__init__(self,<parameters>) if you want to call with parameters
        print "Initialiser B was called"

class C(B):

    def __init__(self):
        # A.__init__(self) # if you want to call most super class...
        B.__init__(self)
        print "Initialiser C was called"

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"

CSS3 Continuous Rotate Animation (Just like a loading sundial)

Your code seems correct. I would presume it is something to do with the fact you are using a .png and the way the browser redraws the object upon rotation is inefficient, causing the hang (what browser are you testing under?)

If possible replace the .png with something native.

see; http://kilianvalkhof.com/2010/css-xhtml/css3-loading-spinners-without-images/

Chrome gives me no pauses using this method.

MySQL - Meaning of "PRIMARY KEY", "UNIQUE KEY" and "KEY" when used together while creating a table

Just to add to the other answers, the documentation gives this explanation:

  • KEY is normally a synonym for INDEX. The key attribute PRIMARY KEY can also be specified as just KEY when given in a column definition. This was implemented for compatibility with other database systems.

  • A UNIQUE index creates a constraint such that all values in the index must be distinct. An error occurs if you try to add a new row with a key value that matches an existing row. For all engines, a UNIQUE index permits multiple NULL values for columns that can contain NULL.

  • A PRIMARY KEY is a unique index where all key columns must be defined as NOT NULL. If they are not explicitly declared as NOT NULL, MySQL declares them so implicitly (and silently). A table can have only one PRIMARY KEY. The name of a PRIMARY KEY is always PRIMARY, which thus cannot be used as the name for any other kind of index.

How to pretty print XML from Java?

Here's an answer to my own question. I combined the answers from the various results to write a class that pretty prints XML.

No guarantees on how it responds with invalid XML or large documents.

package ecb.sdw.pretty;

import org.apache.xml.serialize.OutputFormat;
import org.apache.xml.serialize.XMLSerializer;
import org.w3c.dom.Document;
import org.xml.sax.InputSource;
import org.xml.sax.SAXException;

import javax.xml.parsers.DocumentBuilder;
import javax.xml.parsers.DocumentBuilderFactory;
import javax.xml.parsers.ParserConfigurationException;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.StringReader;
import java.io.StringWriter;
import java.io.Writer;

/**
 * Pretty-prints xml, supplied as a string.
 * <p/>
 * eg.
 * <code>
 * String formattedXml = new XmlFormatter().format("<tag><nested>hello</nested></tag>");
 * </code>
 */
public class XmlFormatter {

    public XmlFormatter() {
    }

    public String format(String unformattedXml) {
        try {
            final Document document = parseXmlFile(unformattedXml);

            OutputFormat format = new OutputFormat(document);
            format.setLineWidth(65);
            format.setIndenting(true);
            format.setIndent(2);
            Writer out = new StringWriter();
            XMLSerializer serializer = new XMLSerializer(out, format);
            serializer.serialize(document);

            return out.toString();
        } catch (IOException e) {
            throw new RuntimeException(e);
        }
    }

    private Document parseXmlFile(String in) {
        try {
            DocumentBuilderFactory dbf = DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance();
            DocumentBuilder db = dbf.newDocumentBuilder();
            InputSource is = new InputSource(new StringReader(in));
            return db.parse(is);
        } catch (ParserConfigurationException e) {
            throw new RuntimeException(e);
        } catch (SAXException e) {
            throw new RuntimeException(e);
        } catch (IOException e) {
            throw new RuntimeException(e);
        }
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        String unformattedXml =
                "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?><QueryMessage\n" +
                        "        xmlns=\"http://www.SDMX.org/resources/SDMXML/schemas/v2_0/message\"\n" +
                        "        xmlns:query=\"http://www.SDMX.org/resources/SDMXML/schemas/v2_0/query\">\n" +
                        "    <Query>\n" +
                        "        <query:CategorySchemeWhere>\n" +
                        "   \t\t\t\t\t         <query:AgencyID>ECB\n\n\n\n</query:AgencyID>\n" +
                        "        </query:CategorySchemeWhere>\n" +
                        "    </Query>\n\n\n\n\n" +
                        "</QueryMessage>";

        System.out.println(new XmlFormatter().format(unformattedXml));
    }

}

Python ImportError: No module named wx

I had the same problem for a PyMOL plugin that required the wx module, though I installed wxpython by downloading its package from here (Unofficial Windows Binaries for Python Extension Packages) and installing it with the command:

pip install .\wxPython-3.0.2.0-cp27-none-win_amd64.whl

For some reason it gave me that error, for which I uninstalled it with:

pip uninstall wxPython

and then I downloaded it from here (wxPython 4.0.0a1) and reinstalled:

pip install .\wxPython-4.0.0a1-cp27-cp27m-win_amd64.whl

The error at this point has not been presented anymore.

Is there a Social Security Number reserved for testing/examples?

If your testing requires pulling quasi-real credit reports from the bureaus, the inactive SSNs of other answers won't work and you'll need designated test numbers.

I found this site Which appears to contain test social security numbers with associated test names and credit card numbers.

Transunion has a test environment you can link and send data to, including associated dummy credit reports. Sending a SSN to them with certain numbers in certain positions will automatically route the inquiry to their test environment Other credit bureaus will have similar systems in place.

Return JSON response from Flask view

In Flask 1.1, if you return a dictionary and it will automatically be converted into JSON. So if make_summary() returns a dictionary, you can

from flask import Flask

app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/summary')
def summary():
    d = make_summary()
    return d

The SO that asks about including the status code was closed as a duplicate to this one. So to also answer that question, you can include the status code by returning a tuple of the form (dict, int). The dict is converted to JSON and the int will be the HTTP Status Code. Without any input, the Status is the default 200. So in the above example the code would be 200. In the example below it is changed to 201.

from flask import Flask

app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/summary')
def summary():
    d = make_summary()
    return d, 201  # 200 is the default

You can check the status code using

curl --request GET "http://127.0.0.1:5000/summary" -w "\ncode: %{http_code}\n\n"

PHP errors NOT being displayed in the browser [Ubuntu 10.10]

I had the same problem - solved it by setting display_errors = On in both php.ini files.

/etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
/etc/php5/cli/php.ini

Then restarting Apache:

sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Hope this helps.

What is the difference between a data flow diagram and a flow chart?

Although my experience with DFD diagrams is limited I can tell you that a DFD shows you how the data moves (flows) between the various modules. Furthermore a DFD can be partitioned in levels, that is in the Initial Level you see the system (say, a System to Rent a Movie) as a whole (called the Context Level). That level could be broken down into another Level that contains activities (say, rent a movie, return a movie) and how the data flows into those activities (could be a name, number of days, whatever). Now you can make a sublevel for each activity detailing the many tasks or scenarios of those activities. And so on, so forth. Remember that the data is always passing between levels.

Now as for the flowchart just remember that a flowchart describes an algorithm!

In AngularJS, what's the difference between ng-pristine and ng-dirty?

As already stated in earlier answers, ng-pristine is for indicating that the field has not been modified, whereas ng-dirty is for telling it has been modified. Why need both?

Let's say we've got a form with phone and e-mail address among the fields. Either phone or e-mail is required, and you also have to notify the user when they've got invalid data in each field. This can be accomplished by using ng-dirty and ng-pristine together:

<form name="myForm">
    <input name="email" ng-model="data.email" ng-required="!data.phone">
    <div class="error" 
         ng-show="myForm.email.$invalid && 
                  myForm.email.$pristine &&
                  myForm.phone.$pristine">Phone or e-mail required</div>
    <div class="error" 
         ng-show="myForm.email.$invalid && myForm.email.$dirty">
        E-mail is invalid
    </div>

    <input name="phone" ng-model="data.phone" ng-required="!data.email">
    <div class="error" 
         ng-show="myForm.phone.$invalid && 
                  myForm.email.$pristine &&
                  myForm.phone.$pristine">Phone or e-mail required</div>
    <div class="error" 
         ng-show="myForm.phone.$invalid && myForm.phone.$dirty">
        Phone is invalid
    </div>
</form>

How do I delete files programmatically on Android?

I see you've found your answer, however it didn't work for me. Delete kept returning false, so I tried the following and it worked (For anybody else for whom the chosen answer didn't work):

System.out.println(new File(path).getAbsoluteFile().delete());

The System out can be ignored obviously, I put it for convenience of confirming the deletion.

Android: how to handle button click

To make things easier asp Question 2 stated, you can make use of lambda method like this to save variable memory and to avoid navigating up and down in your view class

//method 1
findViewById(R.id.buttonSend).setOnClickListener(v -> {
          // handle click
});

but if you wish to apply click event to your button at once in a method.

you can make use of Question 3 by @D. Tran answer. But do not forget to implement your view class with View.OnClickListener.

In other to use Question #3 properly

SQL Inner join 2 tables with multiple column conditions and update

UPDATE
    T1
SET
    T1.Inci = T2.Inci 
FROM
    T1
INNER JOIN
    T2
ON
    T1.Brands = T2.Brands
AND
    T1.Category= T2.Category
AND
    T1.Date = T2.Date

Language Books/Tutorials for popular languages

Common Lisp

I would add "Practical Common Lisp", by Peter Seibel to the lisp list. It is particularly good at providing examples (MP3 parsing, shoutcast server, HTML compiler) that are topical.

http://gigamonkeys.com/book/

Test only if variable is not null in if statement

I don't believe the expression is sensical as it is.

Elvis means "if truthy, use the value, else use this other thing."

Your "other thing" is a closure, and the value is status != null, neither of which would seem to be what you want. If status is null, Elvis says true. If it's not, you get an extra layer of closure.

Why can't you just use:

(it.description == desc) && ((status == null) || (it.status == status))

Even if that didn't work, all you need is the closure to return the appropriate value, right? There's no need to create two separate find calls, just use an intermediate variable.

Calling a Function defined inside another function in Javascript

You can also try this.Here you are returning the function "inside" and invoking with the second set of parenthesis.

function outer() {
  return (function inside(){
    console.log("Inside inside function");
  });
}
outer()();

Or

function outer2() {
    let inside = function inside(){
      console.log("Inside inside");
    };
    return inside;
  }
outer2()();

How to hide reference counts in VS2013?

The other features of CodeLens like: Show Bugs, Show Test Status, etc (other than Show Reference) might be useful.

However, if the only way to disable Show References is to disable CodeLens altogether.

Then, I guess I could do just that.

Furthermore, I would do like I always have, 'right-click on a member and choose Find all References or Ctrl+K, R'

If I wanted to know what references the member -- I too like not having any extra information crammed into my code, like extra white-space.

In short, uncheck Codelens...

Method List in Visual Studio Code

Open symbol by name : CTRL+T might be what you are looking for. Works perfectly with my TypeScript project.

Working with select using AngularJS's ng-options

I hope the following will work for you.

<select class="form-control"
        ng-model="selectedOption"
        ng-options="option.name + ' (' + (option.price | currency:'USD$') + ')' for option in options">
</select>

PHP split alternative?

explode is an alternative. However, if you meant to split through a regular expression, the alternative is preg_split instead.

Stateless vs Stateful

We make Webapps statefull by overriding HTTP stateless behaviour by using session objects.When we use session objets state is carried but we still use HTTP only.

less than 10 add 0 to number

Make a function that you can reuse:

function minTwoDigits(n) {
  return (n < 10 ? '0' : '') + n;
}

Then use it in each part of the coordinates:

c += minTwoDigits(deg) + "° ";

and so on.

Javascript geocoding from address to latitude and longitude numbers not working

Try using this instead:

var latitude = results[0].geometry.location.lat();
var longitude = results[0].geometry.location.lng();

It's bit hard to navigate Google's api but here is the relevant documentation.

One thing I had trouble finding was how to go in the other direction. From coordinates to an address. Here is the code I neded upp using. Please not that I also use jquery.

$.each(results[0].address_components, function(){
    $("#CreateDialog").find('input[name="'+ this.types+'"]').attr('value', this.long_name);
});

What I'm doing is to loop through all the returned address_components and test if their types match any input element names I have in a form. And if they do I set the value of the element to the address_components value.
If you're only interrested in the whole formated address then you can follow Google's example

Allowing Java to use an untrusted certificate for SSL/HTTPS connection

Here is some relevant code:

// Create a trust manager that does not validate certificate chains
TrustManager[] trustAllCerts = new TrustManager[]{
    new X509TrustManager() {
        public java.security.cert.X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() {
            return null;
        }
        public void checkClientTrusted(
            java.security.cert.X509Certificate[] certs, String authType) {
        }
        public void checkServerTrusted(
            java.security.cert.X509Certificate[] certs, String authType) {
        }
    }
};

// Install the all-trusting trust manager
try {
    SSLContext sc = SSLContext.getInstance("SSL");
    sc.init(null, trustAllCerts, new java.security.SecureRandom());
    HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultSSLSocketFactory(sc.getSocketFactory());
} catch (Exception e) {
}

// Now you can access an https URL without having the certificate in the truststore
try {
    URL url = new URL("https://hostname/index.html");
} catch (MalformedURLException e) {
}

This will completely disable SSL checking—just don't learn exception handling from such code!

To do what you want, you would have to implement a check in your TrustManager that prompts the user.

How to inject a Map using the @Value Spring Annotation?

To get this working with YAML, do this:

property-name: '{
  key1: "value1",
  key2: "value2"
}'

Convert string to nullable type (int, double, etc...)

What about this:


double? amount = string.IsNullOrEmpty(strAmount) ? (double?)null : Convert.ToDouble(strAmount);

Of course, this doesn't take into account the convert failing.

Gson library in Android Studio

Use gradle dependencies to get the Gson in your project. Your application build.gradle should look like this-

dependencies {
  implementation 'com.google.code.gson:gson:2.8.2'
}

How can I clear the SQL Server query cache?

While the question is just a bit old, this might still help. I'm running into similar issues and using the option below has helped me. Not sure if this is a permanent solution, but it's fixing it for now.

OPTION (OPTIMIZE FOR UNKNOWN)

Then your query will be like this

select * from Table where Col = 'someval' OPTION (OPTIMIZE FOR UNKNOWN)

What is the difference between varchar and varchar2 in Oracle?

After some experimentation (see below), I can confirm that as of September 2017, nothing has changed with regards to the functionality described in the accepted answer:-

  1. Rextester demo for Oracle 11g: Empty strings are inserted as NULLs for both VARCHAR and VARCHAR2.
  2. LiveSQL demo for Oracle 12c: Same results.

The historical reason for these two keywords is explained well in an answer to a different question.

How to display length of filtered ng-repeat data

You can do it with 2 ways. In template and in Controller. In template you can set your filtered array to another variable, then use it like you want. Here is how to do it:

<ul>
  <li data-ng-repeat="user in usersList = (users | gender:filterGender)" data-ng-bind="user.name"></li>
</ul>
 ....
<span>{{ usersList.length | number }}</span>

If you need examples, see the AngularJs filtered count examples/demos

Update GCC on OSX

in /usr/bin type

sudo ln -s -f g++-4.2 g++

sudo ln -s -f gcc-4.2 gcc

That should do it.

Python threading. How do I lock a thread?

import threading 

# global variable x 
x = 0

def increment(): 
    """ 
    function to increment global variable x 
    """
    global x 
    x += 1

def thread_task(): 
    """ 
    task for thread 
    calls increment function 100000 times. 
    """
    for _ in range(100000): 
        increment() 

def main_task(): 
    global x 
    # setting global variable x as 0 
    x = 0

    # creating threads 
    t1 = threading.Thread(target=thread_task) 
    t2 = threading.Thread(target=thread_task) 

    # start threads 
    t1.start() 
    t2.start() 

    # wait until threads finish their job 
    t1.join() 
    t2.join() 

if __name__ == "__main__": 
    for i in range(10): 
        main_task() 
        print("Iteration {0}: x = {1}".format(i,x))

How to get the current location in Google Maps Android API v2?

Try This

public class MyLocationListener implements LocationListener
{

 @Override

public void onLocationChanged(Location loc)
{

loc.getLatitude();

loc.getLongitude();

String Text = “My current location is: ” +

“Latitud = ” + loc.getLatitude() +

“Longitud = ” + loc.getLongitude();

Toast.makeText( getApplicationContext(),Text,   Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();



tvlat.setText(“”+loc.getLatitude());

tvlong.setText(“”+loc.getLongitude());

this.gpsCurrentLocation();

}

Writelines writes lines without newline, Just fills the file

As we want to only separate lines, and the writelines function in python does not support adding separator between lines, I have written the simple code below which best suits this problem:

sep = "\n" # defining the separator
new_lines = sep.join(lines) # lines as an iterator containing line strings

and finally:

with open("file_name", 'w') as file:
    file.writelines(new_lines)

and you are done.

How can I add or update a query string parameter?

Java script code to find a specific query string and replace its value *

('input.letter').click(function () {
                //0- prepare values
                var qsTargeted = 'letter=' + this.value; //"letter=A";
                var windowUrl = '';
                var qskey = qsTargeted.split('=')[0];
                var qsvalue = qsTargeted.split('=')[1];
                //1- get row url
                var originalURL = window.location.href;
                //2- get query string part, and url
                if (originalURL.split('?').length > 1) //qs is exists
                {
                    windowUrl = originalURL.split('?')[0];
                    var qs = originalURL.split('?')[1];
                    //3- get list of query strings
                    var qsArray = qs.split('&');
                    var flag = false;
                    //4- try to find query string key
                    for (var i = 0; i < qsArray.length; i++) {
                        if (qsArray[i].split('=').length > 0) {
                            if (qskey == qsArray[i].split('=')[0]) {
                                //exists key
                                qsArray[i] = qskey + '=' + qsvalue;
                                flag = true;
                                break;
                            }
                        }
                    }
                    if (!flag)//   //5- if exists modify,else add
                    {
                        qsArray.push(qsTargeted);
                    }
                    var finalQs = qsArray.join('&');
                    //6- prepare final url
                    window.location = windowUrl + '?' + finalQs;
                }
                else {
                    //6- prepare final url
                    //add query string
                    window.location = originalURL + '?' + qsTargeted;
                }
            })
        });

Django Cookies, how can I set them?

You could manually set the cookie, but depending on your use case (and if you might want to add more types of persistent/session data in future) it might make more sense to use Django's sessions feature. This will let you get and set variables tied internally to the user's session cookie. Cool thing about this is that if you want to store a lot of data tied to a user's session, storing it all in cookies will add a lot of weight to HTTP requests and responses. With sessions the session cookie is all that is sent back and forth (though there is the overhead on Django's end of storing the session data to keep in mind).

Draw a line in a div

Answered this just to emphasize @rblarsen comment on question :

You don't need the style tags in the CSS-file

If you remove the style tag from your css file it will work.

Get the (last part of) current directory name in C#

Well, to exactly answer your question title :-)

var lastPartOfCurrentDirectoryName = 
   Path.GetFileName(Environment.CurrentDirectory);

Replace Fragment inside a ViewPager

I doing something to similar to wize but in my answer yo can change between the two fragments whenever you want. And with the wize answer I have some problems when changing the orientation of the screen an things like that. This is the PagerAdapter looks like:

    public class MyAdapter extends FragmentPagerAdapter
{
    static final int NUM_ITEMS = 2;
    private final FragmentManager mFragmentManager;
    private Fragment mFragmentAtPos0;
     private Map<Integer, String> mFragmentTags;
     private boolean isNextFragment=false;

    public MyAdapter(FragmentManager fm)
    {
        super(fm);
        mFragmentManager = fm;
         mFragmentTags = new HashMap<Integer, String>();
    }

    @Override
    public Fragment getItem(int position)
    {
        if (position == 0)
        {


            if (isPager) {
                mFragmentAtPos0 = new FirstPageFragment();
            } else {
                mFragmentAtPos0 = new NextFragment();
            }
            return mFragmentAtPos0;
        }
        else
            return SecondPageFragment.newInstance();
    }

    @Override
    public int getCount()
    {
        return NUM_ITEMS;
    }


 @Override
    public Object instantiateItem(ViewGroup container, int position) {
        Object obj = super.instantiateItem(container, position);
        if (obj instanceof Fragment) {
            // record the fragment tag here.
            Fragment f = (Fragment) obj;
            String tag = f.getTag();
            mFragmentTags.put(position, tag);
        }
        return obj;
    }


    public void onChange(boolean isNextFragment) {

        if (mFragmentAtPos0 == null)
            mFragmentAtPos0 = getFragment(0);
        if (mFragmentAtPos0 != null)
            mFragmentManager.beginTransaction().remove(mFragmentAtPos0).commit();


        if (!isNextFragment) {
            mFragmentAtFlashcards = new FirstPageFragment();
        } else {
            mFragmentAtFlashcards = new NextFragment();
        }

        notifyDataSetChanged();


    }


    @Override
    public int getItemPosition(Object object)
    {
        if (object instanceof FirstPageFragment && mFragmentAtPos0 instanceof NextFragment)
            return POSITION_NONE;
         if (object instanceof NextFragment && mFragmentAtPos0 instanceof FirstPageFragment)
            return POSITION_NONE;
        return POSITION_UNCHANGED;
    }


    public Fragment getFragment(int position) {
        String tag = mFragmentTags.get(position);
        if (tag == null)
            return null;
        return mFragmentManager.findFragmentByTag(tag);
    }
}

The listener I implemented in the adapter container activity to put it to the fragment when attaching it, this is the activity:

    public class PagerContainerActivity extends AppCompatActivity implements ChangeFragmentListener {

//...

  @Override
    public void onChange(boolean isNextFragment) {
        if (pagerAdapter != null)
            pagerAdapter.onChange(isNextFragment);


    }

//...
}

Then in the fragment putting the listener when attach an calling it:

public class FirstPageFragment extends Fragment{


private ChangeFragmentListener changeFragmentListener;


//...
 @Override
    public void onAttach(Activity activity) {
        super.onAttach(activity);
        changeFragmentListener = ((PagerContainerActivity) activity);
    }

    @Override
    public void onDetach() {
        super.onDetach();
        changeFragmentListener = null;
    }
//...
//in the on click to change the fragment
changeFragmentListener.onChange(true);
//...
}

And finally the listener:

public interface changeFragmentListener {

    void onChange(boolean isNextFragment);

}

RegEx match open tags except XHTML self-contained tags

As many people have already pointed out, HTML is not a regular language which can make it very difficult to parse. My solution to this is to turn it into a regular language using a tidy program and then to use an XML parser to consume the results. There are a lot of good options for this. My program is written using Java with the jtidy library to turn the HTML into XML and then Jaxen to xpath into the result.

Compare two objects' properties to find differences?

Compare NET Objects can help you!

CompareLogic logic = new CompareLogic();
var compare = logic.Compare(obj1, obj2);
comparacao.Differences.ForEach(diff => Debug.Write(diff.PropertyName));
// Or formatted summary
Debug.Write(comparacao.DifferencesString);

Oracle date format picture ends before converting entire input string

I had this error today and discovered it was an incorrectly-formatted year...

select * from es_timeexpense where parsedate > to_date('12/3/2018', 'MM/dd/yyy')

Notice the year has only three 'y's. It should have 4.

Double-check your format.

How to interactively (visually) resolve conflicts in SourceTree / git

From SourceTree, click on Tools->Options. Then on the "General" tab, make sure to check the box to allow SourceTree to modify your Git config files.

Then switch to the "Diff" tab. On the lower half, use the drop down to select the external program you want to use to do the diffs and merging. I've installed KDiff3 and like it well enough. When you're done, click OK.

Now when there is a merge, you can go under Actions->Resolve Conflicts->Launch External Merge Tool.

Reading a binary input stream into a single byte array in Java

I believe buffer length needs to be specified, as memory is finite and you may run out of it

Example:

InputStream in = new FileInputStream(strFileName);
    long length = fileFileName.length();

    if (length > Integer.MAX_VALUE) {
        throw new IOException("File is too large!");
    }

    byte[] bytes = new byte[(int) length];

    int offset = 0;
    int numRead = 0;

    while (offset < bytes.length && (numRead = in.read(bytes, offset, bytes.length - offset)) >= 0) {
        offset += numRead;
    }

    if (offset < bytes.length) {
        throw new IOException("Could not completely read file " + fileFileName.getName());
    }

    in.close();

pip installs packages successfully, but executables not found from command line

When you install Python or Python3 using MacOS installer (downloaded from Python website) - it adds an exporter to your ~/.profile script. All you need to do is just source it. Restarting all the terminals should also do the trick.

WARNING - I believe it's better to just use pip3 with Python3 - for future benefits.

If you already have Python3 installed, the following steps work for me on macOS Mojave:

  1. Install ansible first using sudo - sudo -H pip3 install ansible

  2. you create a symlink to the Python's bin path

sudo ln -s /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/Current/bin /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/current_python_bin

and staple it to .profile

export PATH=$PATH:/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/current_python_bin

  1. run source ~/.profile and restart all terminal shells.

  2. Type ansible --version

How do I install Python libraries in wheel format?

You don't need to download exclusively from the website. Just make sure you have pip (which you probably will if you have python installed). Just open your Command Prompt (CMD) and run the command:

pip install pygame

It will automatically download the correct whl version of pygame compatible with your configuration of PC. Make sure you remember the version which appears while "downloading" as this is the compatible version of .whl packages you shall be looking for in the future.

pros and cons between os.path.exists vs os.path.isdir

Most of the time, it is the same.

But, path can exist physically whereas path.exists() returns False. This is the case if os.stat() returns False for this file.

If path exists physically, then path.isdir() will always return True. This does not depend on platform.

Home does not contain an export named Home

I just ran into this error message (after upgrading to nextjs 9 some transpiled imports started giving this error). I managed to fix them using syntax like this:

import * as Home from './layouts/Home';

How to get the number of threads in a Java process

Useful tool for debugging java programs, it gives the number of threads and other relevant info on them:

jconsole <process-id>

Age from birthdate in python

Extend to Danny W. Adair Answer, to get month also

def calculate_age(b):
    t = date.today()
    c = ((t.month, t.day) < (b.month, b.day))
    c2 = (t.day< b.day)
    return t.year - b.year - c,c*12+t.month-b.month-c2

How to update core-js to core-js@3 dependency?

You update core-js with the following command:

npm install --save core-js@^3

If you read the React Docs you will find that the command is derived from when you need to upgrade React itself.

How do I commit case-sensitive only filename changes in Git?

I used those following steps:

git rm -r --cached .
git add --all .
git commit -a -m "Versioning untracked files"
git push origin master

For me is a simple solution

Modifying a query string without reloading the page

Then the history API is exactly what you are looking for. If you wish to support legacy browsers as well, then look for a library that falls back on manipulating the URL's hash tag if the browser doesn't provide the history API.

How to use foreach with a hash reference?

foreach my $key (keys %$ad_grp_ref) {
    ...
}

Perl::Critic and daxim recommend the style

foreach my $key (keys %{ $ad_grp_ref }) {
    ...
}

out of concerns for readability and maintenance (so that you don't need to think hard about what to change when you need to use %{ $ad_grp_obj[3]->get_ref() } instead of %{ $ad_grp_ref })

How to resolve "The requested URL was rejected. Please consult with your administrator." error?

It is not related with Firewall. I had the same issue accessing from office and from mobile. I cleaned the cookies and worked fine. You can read more at https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/1085581?hl=en

Running conda with proxy

Or you can use the command line below from version 4.4.x.

conda config --set proxy_servers.http http://id:pw@address:port
conda config --set proxy_servers.https https://id:pw@address:port

Reliable way to convert a file to a byte[]

Others have noted that you can use the built-in File.ReadAllBytes. The built-in method is fine, but it's worth noting that the code you post above is fragile for two reasons:

  1. Stream is IDisposable - you should place the FileStream fs = new FileStream(filename, FileMode.Open,FileAccess.Read) initialization in a using clause to ensure the file is closed. Failure to do this may mean that the stream remains open if a failure occurs, which will mean the file remains locked - and that can cause other problems later on.
  2. fs.Read may read fewer bytes than you request. In general, the .Read method of a Stream instance will read at least one byte, but not necessarily all bytes you ask for. You'll need to write a loop that retries reading until all bytes are read. This page explains this in more detail.

How to upgrade R in ubuntu?

Since R is already installed, you should be able to upgrade it with this method. First of all, you may want to have the packages you installed in the previous version in the new one,so it is convenient to check this post. Then, follow the instructions from here

  1. Open the sources.list file:

     sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list    
    
  2. Add a line with the source from where the packages will be retrieved. For example:

     deb https://cloud.r-project.org/bin/linux/ubuntu/ version/
    

    Replace https://cloud.r-project.org with whatever mirror you would like to use, and replace version/ with whatever version of Ubuntu you are using (eg, trusty/, xenial/, and so on). If you're getting a "Malformed line error", check to see if you have a space between /ubuntu/ and version/.

  3. Fetch the secure APT key:

     gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-key E298A3A825C0D65DFD57CBB651716619E084DAB9
    

or

    gpg --hkp://keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-key E298A3A825C0D65DFD57CBB651716619E084DAB9
  1. Add it to keyring:

     gpg -a --export E084DAB9 | sudo apt-key add -
    
  2. Update your sources and upgrade your installation:

     sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
    
  3. Install the new version

     sudo apt-get install r-base-dev
    
  4. Recover your old packages following the solution that best suits to you (see this). For instance, to recover all the packages (not only those from CRAN) the idea is:

-- copy the packages from R-oldversion/library to R-newversion/library, (do not overwrite a package if it already exists in the new version!).

-- Run the R command update.packages(checkBuilt=TRUE, ask=FALSE).

Rails: select unique values from a column

If you want to also select extra fields:

Model.select('DISTINCT ON (models.ratings) models.ratings, models.id').map { |m| [m.id, m.ratings] }

In which case do you use the JPA @JoinTable annotation?

@ManyToMany associations

Most often, you will need to use @JoinTable annotation to specify the mapping of a many-to-many table relationship:

  • the name of the link table and
  • the two Foreign Key columns

So, assuming you have the following database tables:

Many-to-many table relationship

In the Post entity, you would map this relationship, like this:

@ManyToMany(cascade = {
    CascadeType.PERSIST,
    CascadeType.MERGE
})
@JoinTable(
    name = "post_tag",
    joinColumns = @JoinColumn(name = "post_id"),
    inverseJoinColumns = @JoinColumn(name = "tag_id")
)
private List<Tag> tags = new ArrayList<>();

The @JoinTable annotation is used to specify the table name via the name attribute, as well as the Foreign Key column that references the post table (e.g., joinColumns) and the Foreign Key column in the post_tag link table that references the Tag entity via the inverseJoinColumns attribute.

Notice that the cascade attribute of the @ManyToMany annotation is set to PERSIST and MERGE only because cascading REMOVE is a bad idea since we the DELETE statement will be issued for the other parent record, tag in our case, not to the post_tag record.

Unidirectional @OneToMany associations

The unidirectional @OneToMany associations, that lack a @JoinColumn mapping, behave like many-to-many table relationships, rather than one-to-many.

So, assuming you have the following entity mappings:

@Entity(name = "Post")
@Table(name = "post")
public class Post {
 
    @Id
    @GeneratedValue
    private Long id;
 
    private String title;
 
    @OneToMany(
        cascade = CascadeType.ALL,
        orphanRemoval = true
    )
    private List<PostComment> comments = new ArrayList<>();
 
    //Constructors, getters and setters removed for brevity
}
 
@Entity(name = "PostComment")
@Table(name = "post_comment")
public class PostComment {
 
    @Id
    @GeneratedValue
    private Long id;
 
    private String review;
 
    //Constructors, getters and setters removed for brevity
}

Hibernate will assume the following database schema for the above entity mapping:

Unidirectional @OneToMany JPA association database tables

As already explained, the unidirectional @OneToMany JPA mapping behaves like a many-to-many association.

To customize the link table, you can also use the @JoinTable annotation:

@OneToMany(
    cascade = CascadeType.ALL,
    orphanRemoval = true
)
@JoinTable(
    name = "post_comment_ref",
    joinColumns = @JoinColumn(name = "post_id"),
    inverseJoinColumns = @JoinColumn(name = "post_comment_id")
)
private List<PostComment> comments = new ArrayList<>();

And now, the link table is going to be called post_comment_ref and the Foreign Key columns will be post_id, for the post table, and post_comment_id, for the post_comment table.

Unidirectional @OneToMany associations are not efficient, so you are better off using bidirectional @OneToMany associations or just the @ManyToOne side.

regex match any whitespace

The reason I used a + instead of a '*' is because a plus is defined as one or more of the preceding element, where an asterisk is zero or more. In this case we want a delimiter that's a little more concrete, so "one or more" spaces.

word[Aa]\s+word[Bb]\s+word[Cc]

will match:

wordA wordB     wordC
worda wordb wordc
wordA   wordb   wordC

The words, in this expression, will have to be specific, and also in order (a, b, then c)

Live video streaming using Java?

The best video playback/encoding library I have ever seen is ffmpeg. It plays everything you throw at it. (It is used by MPlayer.) It is written in C but I found some Java wrappers.

  • FFMPEG-Java: A Java wrapper around ffmpeg using JNA.
  • jffmpeg: This one integrates to JMF.

Is a Python list guaranteed to have its elements stay in the order they are inserted in?

aList=[1,2,3]

i=0

for item in aList:  

    if i<2:  

            aList.remove(item)  

    i+=1  

aList

[2]

The moral is when modifying a list in a loop driven by the list, takes two steps:

aList=[1,2,3]
i=0
for item in aList:
    if i<2:
        aList[i]="del"
    i+=1

aList

['del', 'del', 3]
for i in range(2):
    del aList[0]

aList
[3]

Python equivalent of a given wget command

Here's the code adopted from the torchvision library:

import urllib

def download_url(url, root, filename=None):
    """Download a file from a url and place it in root.
    Args:
        url (str): URL to download file from
        root (str): Directory to place downloaded file in
        filename (str, optional): Name to save the file under. If None, use the basename of the URL
    """

    root = os.path.expanduser(root)
    if not filename:
        filename = os.path.basename(url)
    fpath = os.path.join(root, filename)

    os.makedirs(root, exist_ok=True)

    try:
        print('Downloading ' + url + ' to ' + fpath)
        urllib.request.urlretrieve(url, fpath)
    except (urllib.error.URLError, IOError) as e:
        if url[:5] == 'https':
            url = url.replace('https:', 'http:')
            print('Failed download. Trying https -> http instead.'
                    ' Downloading ' + url + ' to ' + fpath)
            urllib.request.urlretrieve(url, fpath)

If you are ok to take dependency on torchvision library then you also also simply do:

from torchvision.datasets.utils import download_url
download_url('http://something.com/file.zip', '~/my_folder`)

how to include glyphicons in bootstrap 3

I think your particular problem isn't how to use Glyphicons but understanding how Bootstrap files work together.

Bootstrap requires a specific file structure to work. I see from your code you have this:

<link href="bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">

Your Bootstrap.css is being loaded from the same location as your page, this would create a problem if you didn't adjust your file structure.

But first, let me recommend you setup your folder structure like so:

/css      <-- Bootstrap.css here
/fonts    <-- Bootstrap fonts here
/img
/js       <-- Bootstrap JavaScript here
index.html

If you notice, this is also how Bootstrap structures its files in its download ZIP.

You then include your Bootstrap file like so:

<link href="css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">
or
<link href="./css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">
or
<link href="/css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">

Depending on your server structure or what you're going for.

The first and second are relative to your file's current directory. The second one is just more explicit by saying "here" (./) first then css folder (/css).

The third is good if you're running a web server, and you can just use relative to root notation as the leading "/" will be always start at the root folder.

So, why do this?

Bootstrap.css has this specific line for Glyphfonts:

@font-face {
    font-family: 'Glyphicons Halflings';
    src: url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.eot');
    src: url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.woff') format('woff'), url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.ttf') format('truetype'), url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.svg#glyphicons-halflingsregular') format('svg');
}

What you can see is that that Glyphfonts are loaded by going up one directory ../ and then looking for a folder called /fonts and THEN loading the font file.

The URL address is relative to the location of the CSS file. So, if your CSS file is at the same location like this:

/fonts
Bootstrap.css
index.html

The CSS file is going one level deeper than looking for a /fonts folder.

So, let's say the actual location of these files are:

C:\www\fonts
C:\www\Boostrap.css
C:\www\index.html

The CSS file would technically be looking for a folder at:

C:\fonts

but your folder is actually in:

C:\www\fonts

So see if that helps. You don't have to do anything 'special' to load Bootstrap Glyphicons, except make sure your folder structure is set up appropriately.

When you get that fixed, your HTML should simply be:

<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-comment"></span>

Note, you need both classes. The first class glyphicon sets up the basic styles while glyphicon-comment sets the specific image.

UINavigationBar custom back button without title

It's actually pretty easy, here is what I do:

Objective C

// Set this in every view controller so that the back button displays back instead of the root view controller name
self.navigationItem.backBarButtonItem = [[UIBarButtonItem alloc] initWithTitle:@"" style:UIBarButtonItemStylePlain target:nil action:nil];

Swift 2

self.navigationItem.backBarButtonItem = UIBarButtonItem(title: "", style: .Plain, target: nil, action: nil)

Swift 3

self.navigationItem.backBarButtonItem = UIBarButtonItem(title: "", style: .plain, target: nil, action: nil)

Put this line in the view controller that is pushing on to the stack (the previous view controller). The newly pushed view controller back button will now show whatever you put for initWithTitle, which in this case is an empty string.

When use ResponseEntity<T> and @RestController for Spring RESTful applications

ResponseEntity is meant to represent the entire HTTP response. You can control anything that goes into it: status code, headers, and body.

@ResponseBody is a marker for the HTTP response body and @ResponseStatus declares the status code of the HTTP response.

@ResponseStatus isn't very flexible. It marks the entire method so you have to be sure that your handler method will always behave the same way. And you still can't set the headers. You'd need the HttpServletResponse or a HttpHeaders parameter.

Basically, ResponseEntity lets you do more.

How to include CSS file in Symfony 2 and Twig?

In case you are using Silex add the Symfony Asset as a dependency:

composer require symfony/asset

Then you may register Asset Service Provider:

$app->register(new Silex\Provider\AssetServiceProvider(), array(
    'assets.version' => 'v1',
    'assets.version_format' => '%s?version=%s',
    'assets.named_packages' => array(
        'css' => array(
            'version' => 'css2',
            'base_path' => __DIR__.'/../public_html/resources/css'
        ),
        'images' => array(
            'base_urls' => array(
                'https://img.example.com'
            )
        ),
    ),
));

Then in your Twig template file in head section:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    {% block head %}
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="{{ asset('style.css') }}" />
    {% endblock %}
</head>
<body>

</body>
</html>

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 32 bytes)

Well try ini_set('memory_limit', '256M');

134217728 bytes = 128 MB

Or rewrite the code to consume less memory.

Print "\n" or newline characters as part of the output on terminal

If you're in control of the string, you could also use a 'Raw' string type:

>>> string = r"abcd\n"
>>> print(string)
abcd\n

DB2 Date format

select to_char(current date, 'yyyymmdd') from sysibm.sysdummy1

result: 20160510

Is it correct to use DIV inside FORM?

You can use a <div> within a form - there is no problem there .... BUT if you are going to use the <div> as the label for the input dont ... label is a far better option :

<label for="myInput">My Label</label> 
<input type="textbox" name="MyInput" value="" />

How to add message box with 'OK' button?

Since in your situation you only want to notify the user with a short and simple message, a Toast would make for a better user experience.

Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), "Data saved", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();

Update: A Snackbar is recommended now instead of a Toast for Material Design apps.

If you have a more lengthy message that you want to give the reader time to read and understand, then you should use a DialogFragment. (The documentation currently recommends wrapping your AlertDialog in a fragment rather than calling it directly.)

Make a class that extends DialogFragment:

public class MyDialogFragment extends DialogFragment {
    @Override
    public Dialog onCreateDialog(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

        // Use the Builder class for convenient dialog construction
        AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(getActivity());
        builder.setTitle("App Title");
        builder.setMessage("This is an alert with no consequence");
        builder.setPositiveButton("OK", new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
            public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int id) {
                // You don't have to do anything here if you just 
                // want it dismissed when clicked
            }
        });

        // Create the AlertDialog object and return it
        return builder.create();
    }
}

Then call it when you need it in your activity:

DialogFragment dialog = new MyDialogFragment();
dialog.show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "MyDialogFragmentTag");

See also

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SQLRecoverableException: I/O Exception: Connection reset

Your exception says it all "Connection reset". The connection between your java process and the db server was lost, which could have happened for almost any reason(like network issues). The SQLRecoverableException just means that its recoverable, but the root cause is connection reset.

Spaces cause split in path with PowerShell

For any file path with space, simply put them in double quotations will work in Windows Powershell. For example, if you want to go to Program Files directory, instead of use

PS C:\> cd Program Files

which will induce error, simply use the following will solve the problem:

PS C:\> cd "Program Files"

regex.test V.S. string.match to know if a string matches a regular expression

Don't forget to take into consideration the global flag in your regexp :

var reg = /abc/g;
!!'abcdefghi'.match(reg); // => true
!!'abcdefghi'.match(reg); // => true
reg.test('abcdefghi');    // => true
reg.test('abcdefghi');    // => false <=

This is because Regexp keeps track of the lastIndex when a new match is found.

400 BAD request HTTP error code meaning?

In neither case is the "syntax malformed". It's the semantics that are wrong. Hence, IMHO a 400 is inappropriate. Instead, it would be appropriate to return a 200 along with some kind of error object such as { "error": { "message": "Unknown request keyword" } } or whatever.

Consider the client processing path(s). An error in syntax (e.g. invalid JSON) is an error in the logic of the program, in other words a bug of some sort, and should be handled accordingly, in a way similar to a 403, say; in other words, something bad has gone wrong.

An error in a parameter value, on the other hand, is an error of semantics, perhaps due to say poorly validated user input. It is not an HTTP error (although I suppose it could be a 422). The processing path would be different.

For instance, in jQuery, I would prefer not to have to write a single error handler that deals with both things like 500 and some app-specific semantic error. Other frameworks, Ember for one, also treat HTTP errors like 400s and 500s identically as big fat failures, requiring the programmer to detect what's going on and branch depending on whether it's a "real" error or not.

Find rows that have the same value on a column in MySQL

First part of accepted answer does not work for MSSQL.
This worked for me:

select email, COUNT(*) as C from table 
group by email having COUNT(*) >1 order by C desc

Can someone explain the dollar sign in Javascript?

No reason. Maybe the person who coded it came from PHP. It has the same effect as if you had named it "_item" or "item" or "item$$".

As a suffix (like "item$", pronounced "items"), it can signify an observable such as a DOM element as a convention called "Finnish Notation" similar to the Hungarian Notation.

Filtering lists using LINQ

            var result = Data.Where(x =>
            {
            bool condition = true;
            double accord = (double)x[Table.Columns.IndexOf(FiltercomboBox.Text)];
            return condition && accord >= double.Parse(FilterLowertextBox.Text) && accord <= double.Parse(FilterUppertextBox.Text); 
        });

Print <div id="printarea"></div> only?

Here is a general solution, using CSS only, which I have verified to work.

@media print {
  body * {
    visibility: hidden;
  }
  #section-to-print, #section-to-print * {
    visibility: visible;
  }
  #section-to-print {
    position: absolute;
    left: 0;
    top: 0;
  }
}

Alternative approaches aren't so good. Using display is tricky because if any element has display:none then none of its descendants will display either. To use it, you have to change the structure of your page.

Using visibility works better since you can turn on visibility for descendants. The invisible elements still affect the layout though, so I move section-to-print to the top left so it prints properly.

npm install from Git in a specific version

If by version you mean a tag or a release, then github provides download links for those. For example, if I want to install fetch version 0.3.2 (it is not available on npm), then I add to my package.json under dependencies:

"fetch": "https://github.com/github/fetch/archive/v0.3.2.tar.gz",

The only disadvantage when compared with the commit hash approach is that a hash is guaranteed not to represent changed code, whereas a tag could be replaced. Thankfully this rarely happens.

Update:

These days the approach I use is the compact notation for a GitHub served dependency:

"dependencies": {
  "package": "github:username/package#commit"
}

Where commit can be anything commitish, like a tag. In the case of GitHub you can even drop the initial github: since it's the default.

How do I list one filename per output line in Linux?

Easy, as long as your filenames don't include newlines:

find . -maxdepth 1

If you're piping this into another command, you should probably prefer to separate your filenames by null bytes, rather than newlines, since null bytes cannot occur in a filename (but newlines may):

find . -maxdepth 1 -print0

Printing that on a terminal will probably display as one line, because null bytes are not normally printed. Some programs may need a specific option to handle null-delimited input, such as sort's -z. Your own script similarly would need to account for this.

Postgresql - change the size of a varchar column to lower length

Here's the cache of the page described by Greg Smith. In case that dies as well, the alter statement looks like this:

UPDATE pg_attribute SET atttypmod = 35+4
WHERE attrelid = 'TABLE1'::regclass
AND attname = 'COL1';

Where your table is TABLE1, the column is COL1 and you want to set it to 35 characters (the +4 is needed for legacy purposes according to the link, possibly the overhead referred to by A.H. in the comments).

How do I check if a number is positive or negative in C#?

bool isNegative(int n) {
  int i;
  for (i = 0; i <= Int32.MaxValue; i++) {
    if (n == i) 
      return false;
  }
  return true;
}

How to create empty text file from a batch file?

Techniques I gathered from other answers:

Makes a 0 byte file a very clear, backward-compatible way:

type nul >EmptyFile.txt

idea via: anonymous, Danny Backett, possibly others, myself inspired by JdeBP's work

A 0 byte file another way, it's backward-compatible-looking:

REM. >EmptyFile.txt

idea via: Johannes

A 0 byte file 3rd way backward-compatible-looking, too:

echo. 2>EmptyFile.txt

idea via: TheSmurf

A 0 byte file the systematic way probably available since Windows 2000:

fsutil file createnew EmptyFile.txt 0

idea via: Emm

A 0 bytes file overwriting readonly files

ATTRIB -R filename.ext>NUL
(CD.>filename.ext)2>NUL

idea via: copyitright

A single newline (2 bytes: 0x0D 0x0A in hex notation, alternatively written as \r\n):

echo.>AlmostEmptyFile.txt

Note: no space between echo, . and >.

idea via: How can you echo a newline in batch files?


edit It seems that any invalid command redirected to a file would create an empty file. heh, a feature! compatibility: uknown

TheInvisibleFeature <nul >EmptyFile.txt

A 0 bytes file: invalid command/ with a random name (compatibility: uknown):

%RANDOM%-%TIME:~6,5% <nul >EmptyFile.txt

via: great source for random by Hung Huynh

edit 2 Andriy M points out the probably most amusing/provoking way to achieve this via invalid command

A 0 bytes file: invalid command/ the funky way (compatibility: unknown)

*>EmptyFile.txt

idea via: Andriy M

A 0 bytes file 4th-coming way:

break > file.txt

idea via: foxidrive thanks to comment of Double Gras!

node.js - how to write an array to file

To do what you want, using the fs.createWriteStream(path[, options]) function in a ES6 way:

const fs = require('fs');
const writeStream = fs.createWriteStream('file.txt');
const pathName = writeStream.path;
 
let array = ['1','2','3','4','5','6','7'];
  
// write each value of the array on the file breaking line
array.forEach(value => writeStream.write(`${value}\n`));

// the finish event is emitted when all data has been flushed from the stream
writeStream.on('finish', () => {
   console.log(`wrote all the array data to file ${pathName}`);
});

// handle the errors on the write process
writeStream.on('error', (err) => {
    console.error(`There is an error writing the file ${pathName} => ${err}`)
});

// close the stream
writeStream.end();

How to center buttons in Twitter Bootstrap 3?

use text-align: center css property

Best way to check for "empty or null value"

Something that I saw people using is stringexpression > ''. This may be not the fastest one, but happens to be one of the shortest.

Tried it on MS SQL as well as on PostgreSQL.

Could not extract response: no suitable HttpMessageConverter found for response type

Here is a simple solution

try adding this dependency

<dependency>
    <groupId>com.fasterxml.jackson.core</groupId>
    <artifactId>jackson-databind</artifactId>
    <version>2.8.3</version>
</dependency>

phpmailer - The following SMTP Error: Data not accepted

I was hitting this error with phpMailer + Amazon SES. The phpMailer error is not very descriptive:

2: message: SERVER -> CLIENT: 554 Transaction failed: Expected ';', got "\"
1: message: 
2: message: SMTP Error: data not accepted.

For me the issue was simply that I had the following as content type:

$phpmailer->ContentType = 'text/html; charset=utf-8\r\n';

But that it shouldn't have the linebreak in it:

$phpmailer->ContentType = 'text/html; charset=utf-8';

... I suspect this was legacy code from our older version. So basically, triple check every $phpmailer setting you're adding - the smallest detail counts.

Lombok added but getters and setters not recognized in Intellij IDEA

In MacBook press command+, and then go to plug-in and search for Lombok and then install it.

It will work without restarting IntelliJ IDEA IDE if doesn't work then please try with restart.

Many thanks

Output first 100 characters in a string

Easy:

print mystring[:100]

TypeScript enum to object array

I'm surprised in a TypeScript thread no one gave valid TypeScript function with typing supported. Here's variation of @user8363 solution:

const isStringNumber = (value: string) => isNaN(Number(value)) === false;

function enumToArray<T extends {}>(givenEnum: T) {
  return (Object.keys(givenEnum).filter(isStringNumber) as (keyof T)[]).map(
    (key) => givenEnum[key]
  );
}

Use of Finalize/Dispose method in C#

The recommended IDisposable pattern is here. When programming a class that uses IDisposable, generally you should use two patterns:

When implementing a sealed class that doesn't use unmanaged resources, you simply implement a Dispose method as with normal interface implementations:

public sealed class A : IDisposable
{
    public void Dispose()
    {
        // get rid of managed resources, call Dispose on member variables...
    }
}

When implementing an unsealed class, do it like this:

public class B : IDisposable
{    
    public void Dispose()
    {
        Dispose(true);
        GC.SuppressFinalize(this);
    }

    protected virtual void Dispose(bool disposing)
    {
        if (disposing)
        {
            // get rid of managed resources
        }   
        // get rid of unmanaged resources
    }

    // only if you use unmanaged resources directly in B
    //~B()
    //{
    //    Dispose(false);
    //}
}

Notice that I haven't declared a finalizer in B; you should only implement a finalizer if you have actual unmanaged resources to dispose. The CLR deals with finalizable objects differently to non-finalizable objects, even if SuppressFinalize is called.

So, you shouldn't declare a finalizer unless you have to, but you give inheritors of your class a hook to call your Dispose and implement a finalizer themselves if they use unmanaged resources directly:

public class C : B
{
    private IntPtr m_Handle;

    protected override void Dispose(bool disposing)
    {
        if (disposing)
        {
            // get rid of managed resources
        }
        ReleaseHandle(m_Handle);

        base.Dispose(disposing);
    }

    ~C() {
        Dispose(false);
    }
}

If you're not using unmanaged resources directly (SafeHandle and friends doesn't count, as they declare their own finalizers), then don't implement a finalizer, as the GC deals with finalizable classes differently, even if you later suppress the finalizer. Also note that, even though B doesn't have a finalizer, it still calls SuppressFinalize to correctly deal with any subclasses that do implement a finalizer.

When a class implements the IDisposable interface, it means that somewhere there are some unmanaged resources that should be got rid of when you've finished using the class. The actual resources are encapsulated within the classes; you don't need to explicitly delete them. Simply calling Dispose() or wrapping the class in a using(...) {} will make sure any unmanaged resources are got rid of as necessary.

read subprocess stdout line by line

Bit late to the party, but was surprised not to see what I think is the simplest solution here:

import io
import subprocess

proc = subprocess.Popen(["prog", "arg"], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
for line in io.TextIOWrapper(proc.stdout, encoding="utf-8"):  # or another encoding
    # do something with line

(This requires Python 3.)

How to change the color of a button?

The RIGHT way...

The following methods actually work.

if you wish - using a theme
By default a buttons color is android:colorAccent. So, if you create a style like this...

<style name="Button.White" parent="ThemeOverlay.AppCompat">
    <item name="colorAccent">@android:color/white</item>
</style>

You can use it like this...

<Button
    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:theme="@style/Button.White"
    />

alternatively - using a tint
You can simply add android:backgroundTint for API Level 21 and higher, or app:backgroundTint for API Level 7 and higher.

For more information, see this blog.

The problem with the accepted answer...

If you replace the background with a color you will loose the effect of the button, and the color will be applied to the entire area of the button. It will not respect the padding, shadow, and corner radius.

How to decompile an APK or DEX file on Android platform?

Also you can use Android Multitool. You can make minor changes in the app like hiding GUI elements or modifying small part of Logic and rebuild the apk. Its easy to use and decompile/recompile apk and jar files. Here is the Link you can checkout.

Cheers

how to start stop tomcat server using CMD?

I have just downloaded Tomcat and want to stop it (Windows).

  1. To stop tomcat

    • run cmd as administrator (I used Cmder)

    • find process ID

tasklist /fi "Imagename eq tomcat*"

C:\Users\Admin
tasklist /fi "Imagename eq tomcat*"

Image Name                     PID Session Name        Session#    Mem Usage
========================= ======== ================ =========== ============
Tomcat8aaw.exe                6376 Console                    1      7,300 K
Tomcat8aa.exe                 5352 Services                   0    124,748 K
  • stop prosess with pid 6376

C:\Users\Admin

taskkill /f /pid 6376

SUCCESS: The process with PID 6376 has been terminated.

  • stop process with pid 5352

C:\Users\Admin

taskkill /f /pid 5352

SUCCESS: The process with PID 5352 has been terminated.

How to remove word wrap from textarea?

Textareas shouldn't wrap by default, but you can set wrap="soft" to explicitly disable wrap:

<textarea name="nowrap" cols="30" rows="3" wrap="soft"></textarea>

EDIT: The "wrap" attribute is not officially supported. I got it from the german SELFHTML page (an english source is here) that says IE 4.0 and Netscape 2.0 support it. I also tested it in FF 3.0.7 where it works as supposed. Things have changed here, SELFHTML is now a wiki and the english source link is dead.

EDIT2: If you want to be sure every browser supports it, you can use CSS to change wrap behaviour:

Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), you can achieve the same effect with white-space: nowrap; overflow: auto;. Thus, the wrap attribute can be regarded as outdated.

From here (seems to be an excellent page with information about textarea).

EDIT3: I'm not sure when it changed (according to the comments, must've been around 2014), but wrap is now an official HTML5 attribute, see w3schools. Changed the answer to match this.

The EntityManager is closed

Symfony 2.0:

$em = $this->getDoctrine()->resetEntityManager();

Symfony 2.1+:

$em = $this->getDoctrine()->resetManager();

Pythonic way to check if a file exists?

To check if a path is an existing file:

os.path.isfile(path)

Return True if path is an existing regular file. This follows symbolic links, so both islink() and isfile() can be true for the same path.

Classes vs. Modules in VB.NET

Classes

  • classes can be instantiated as objects
  • Object data exists separately for each instantiated object.
  • classes can implement interfaces.
  • Members defined within a class are scoped within a specific instance of the class and exist only for the lifetime of the object.
  • To access class members from outside a class, you must use fully qualified names in the format of Object.Member.

Modules

  • Modules cannot be instantiated as objects,Because there is only one copy of a standard module's data, when one part of your program changes a public variable in a standard module, it will be visible to the entire program.
  • Members declared within a module are publicly accessible by default.
  • It can be accessed by any code that can access the module.
  • This means that variables in a standard module are effectively global variables because they are visible from anywhere in your project, and they exist for the life of the program.

Close iOS Keyboard by touching anywhere using Swift

If you have other views that should receive the touch as well you have to set cancelsTouchesInView = false

Like this:

let elsewhereTap = UITapGestureRecognizer(target: self, action: #selector(dismissKeyboard))
    elsewhereTap.cancelsTouchesInView = false
    self.view.addGestureRecognizer(elsewhereTap)

how to kill the tty in unix

you do not need to know pts number, just type:

ps all | grep bash

then:

kill pid1 pid2 pid3 ...

Java - How to create new Entry (key, value)

If you are using Clojure, you have another option:

(defn map-entry
  [k v]
  (clojure.lang.MapEntry/create k v))

Calculate last day of month in JavaScript

I would use an intermediate date with the first day of the next month, and return the date from the previous day:

int_d = new Date(2008, 11+1,1);
d = new Date(int_d - 1);

How to access nested elements of json object using getJSONArray method

You have to decompose the full object to reach the entry array.

Assuming REPONSE_JSON_OBJECT is already a parsed JSONObject.

REPONSE_JSON_OBJECT.getJSONObject("result")
    .getJSONObject("map")
    .getJSONArray("entry");

Setting Short Value Java

There is no such thing as a byte or short literal. You need to cast to short using (short)100

Add a column in a table in HIVE QL

You cannot add a column with a default value in Hive. You have the right syntax for adding the column ALTER TABLE test1 ADD COLUMNS (access_count1 int);, you just need to get rid of default sum(max_count). No changes to that files backing your table will happen as a result of adding the column. Hive handles the "missing" data by interpreting NULL as the value for every cell in that column.

So now your have the problem of needing to populate the column. Unfortunately in Hive you essentially need to rewrite the whole table, this time with the column populated. It may be easier to rerun your original query with the new column. Or you could add the column to the table you have now, then select all of its columns plus value for the new column.

You also have the option to always COALESCE the column to your desired default and leave it NULL for now. This option fails when you want NULL to have a meaning distinct from your desired default. It also requires you to depend on always remembering to COALESCE.

If you are very confident in your abilities to deal with the files backing Hive, you could also directly alter them to add your default. In general I would recommend against this because most of the time it will be slower and more dangerous. There might be some case where it makes sense though, so I've included this option for completeness.

Set the maximum character length of a UITextField

I created this UITextFieldLimit subclass:

  • Multiple textfields supported
  • Set the text length limit
  • Paste prevention
  • Displays a label of left characters inside the textfield, get hidden when you stop editing.
  • Shake animation when no characters left.

Grab the UITextFieldLimit.h and UITextFieldLimit.m from this GitHub repository:

https://github.com/JonathanGurebo/UITextFieldLimit

and begin to test!

Mark your storyboard-created UITextField and link it to my subclass using the Identity Inspector:

Identity Inspector

Then you can link it to an IBOutlet and set the limit(default is 10).


Your ViewController.h file should contain: (if you wan't to modify the setting, like the limit)

#import "UITextFieldLimit.h"

/.../

@property (weak, nonatomic) IBOutlet UITextFieldLimit *textFieldLimit; // <--Your IBOutlet

Your ViewController.m file should @synthesize textFieldLimit.


Set the text length limit in your ViewController.m file:

- (void)viewDidLoad
{
    [super viewDidLoad];
// Do any additional setup after loading the view, typically from a nib.

    [textFieldLimit setLimit:25];// <-- and you won't be able to put more than 25 characters in the TextField.
}

Hope the class helps you. Good luck!

Searching for Text within Oracle Stored Procedures

 SELECT * FROM ALL_source WHERE UPPER(text) LIKE '%BLAH%'

EDIT Adding additional info:

 SELECT * FROM DBA_source WHERE UPPER(text) LIKE '%BLAH%'

The difference is dba_source will have the text of all stored objects. All_source will have the text of all stored objects accessible by the user performing the query. Oracle Database Reference 11g Release 2 (11.2)

Another difference is that you may not have access to dba_source.

Pass object to javascript function

when you pass an object within curly braces as an argument to a function with one parameter , you're assigning this object to a variable which is the parameter in this case

How do I get the web page contents from a WebView?

Have you considered fetching the HTML separately, and then loading it into a webview?

String fetchContent(WebView view, String url) throws IOException {
    HttpClient httpClient = new DefaultHttpClient();
    HttpGet get = new HttpGet(url);
    HttpResponse response = httpClient.execute(get);
    StatusLine statusLine = response.getStatusLine();
    int statusCode = statusLine.getStatusCode();
    HttpEntity entity = response.getEntity();
    String html = EntityUtils.toString(entity); // assume html for simplicity
    view.loadDataWithBaseURL(url, html, "text/html", "utf-8", url); // todo: get mime, charset from entity
    if (statusCode != 200) {
        // handle fail
    }
    return html;
}

Browser/HTML Force download of image from src="data:image/jpeg;base64..."

Simply replace image/jpeg with application/octet-stream. The client would not recognise the URL as an inline-able resource, and prompt a download dialog.

A simple JavaScript solution would be:

//var img = reference to image
var url = img.src.replace(/^data:image\/[^;]+/, 'data:application/octet-stream');
window.open(url);
// Or perhaps: location.href = url;
// Or even setting the location of an <iframe> element, 

Another method is to use a blob: URI:

var img = document.images[0];
img.onclick = function() {
    // atob to base64_decode the data-URI
    var image_data = atob(img.src.split(',')[1]);
    // Use typed arrays to convert the binary data to a Blob
    var arraybuffer = new ArrayBuffer(image_data.length);
    var view = new Uint8Array(arraybuffer);
    for (var i=0; i<image_data.length; i++) {
        view[i] = image_data.charCodeAt(i) & 0xff;
    }
    try {
        // This is the recommended method:
        var blob = new Blob([arraybuffer], {type: 'application/octet-stream'});
    } catch (e) {
        // The BlobBuilder API has been deprecated in favour of Blob, but older
        // browsers don't know about the Blob constructor
        // IE10 also supports BlobBuilder, but since the `Blob` constructor
        //  also works, there's no need to add `MSBlobBuilder`.
        var bb = new (window.WebKitBlobBuilder || window.MozBlobBuilder);
        bb.append(arraybuffer);
        var blob = bb.getBlob('application/octet-stream'); // <-- Here's the Blob
    }

    // Use the URL object to create a temporary URL
    var url = (window.webkitURL || window.URL).createObjectURL(blob);
    location.href = url; // <-- Download!
};

Relevant documentation

Check if passed argument is file or directory in Bash

Using -f and -d switches on /bin/test:

F_NAME="${1}"

if test -f "${F_NAME}"
then                                   
   echo "${F_NAME} is a file"
elif test -d "${F_NAME}"
then
   echo "${F_NAME} is a directory"
else                                   
   echo "${F_NAME} is not valid"
fi

Show loading gif after clicking form submit using jQuery

What about an onclick function:

    <form id="form">
    <input type="text" name="firstInput">
    <button type="button" name="namebutton" 
           onClick="$('#gif').css('visibility', 'visible');
                    $('#form').submit();">
    </form>

Of course you can put this in a function and then trigger it with an onClick

How do I use a C# Class Library in a project?

Add a reference to it in your project and a using clause at the top of the CS file where you want to use it.

Adding a reference:

  1. In Visual Studio, click Project, and then Add Reference.
  2. Click the Browse tab and locate the DLL you want to add a reference to.
    NOTE: Apparently using Browse is bad form if the DLL you want to use is in the same project. Instead, right-click the Project and then click Add Reference, then select the appropriate class from the Project tab:
    enter image description here
  3. Click OK.

Adding a using clause:

Add "using [namespace];" to the CS file where you want to reference your library. So, if the library you want to reference has a namespace called MyLibrary, add the following to the CS file:

using MyLibrary;

How do I create a table based on another table

select * into newtable from oldtable

Asp.net MVC ModelState.Clear

Well the ModelState basically holds the current State of the model in terms of validation, it holds

ModelErrorCollection: Represent the errors when the model try to bind the values. ex.

TryUpdateModel();
UpdateModel();

or like a parameter in the ActionResult

public ActionResult Create(Person person)

ValueProviderResult: Hold the details about the attempted bind to the model. ex. AttemptedValue, Culture, RawValue.

Clear() method must be use with caution because it can lead to unspected results. And you will lose some nice properties of the ModelState like AttemptedValue, this is used by MVC in the background to repopulate the form values in case of error.

ModelState["a"].Value.AttemptedValue

How to get all Errors from ASP.Net MVC modelState?

This is expanding upon the answer from @Dunc . See xml doc comments

// ReSharper disable CheckNamespace
using System.Linq;
using System.Web.Mvc;


public static class Debugg
{
    /// <summary>
    /// This class is for debugging ModelState errors either in the quick watch 
    /// window or the immediate window.
    /// When the model state contains dozens and dozens of properties, 
    /// it is impossible to inspect why a model state is invalid.
    /// This method will pull up the errors
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="modelState">modelState</param>
    /// <returns></returns>
    public static ModelError[]  It(ModelStateDictionary modelState)
    {
        var errors = modelState.Values.SelectMany(x => x.Errors).ToArray();
        return errors;            
    }
}

jQuery creating objects

You can always make it a function

function writeObject(color){
    $('body').append('<div style="color:'+color+';">Hello!</div>')
}

writeObject('blue') ? enter image description here

JavaScript closure inside loops – simple practical example

This proves how ugly javascript is with regard to how 'closure' and 'non-closure' works.

In the case of:

var funcs = [];

for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {      // let's create 3 functions
  funcs[i] = function() {          // and store them in funcs
    console.log("My value: " + i); // each should log its value.
  };
}

funcs[i] is a global function, and 'console.log("My value: " + i);' is printing global variable i

In the case of

var funcs = [];

function createfunc(i) {
    return function() { console.log("My value: " + i); };
}

for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
    funcs[i] = createfunc(i);
}

because of this twisted closure design of javascript, 'console.log("My value: " + i);' is printing the i from outer function 'createfunc(i)'

all because javascript can not design something decent like the 'static' variable inside a function like what C programming language is doing!

How to convert View Model into JSON object in ASP.NET MVC?

Andrew had a great response but I wanted to tweek it a little. The way this is different is that I like my ModelViews to not have overhead data in them. Just the data for the object. It seem that ViewData fits the bill for over head data, but of course I'm new at this. I suggest doing something like this.

Controller

virtual public ActionResult DisplaySomeWidget(int id)
{
    SomeModelView returnData = someDataMapper.getbyid(1);
    var serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer();
    ViewData["JSON"] = serializer.Serialize(returnData);
    return View(myview, returnData);
}

View

//create base js object;
var myWidget= new Widget(); //Widget is a class with a public member variable called data.
myWidget.data= <%= ViewData["JSON"] %>;

What This does for you is it gives you the same data in your JSON as in your ModelView so you can potentially return the JSON back to your controller and it would have all the parts. This is similar to just requesting it via a JSONRequest however it requires one less call so it saves you that overhead. BTW this is funky for Dates but that seems like another thread.

PHP, pass array through POST

http://php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.post.php

The first comment answers this.

<form ....>
<input name="person[0][first_name]" value="john" />
<input name="person[0][last_name]" value="smith" />
...
<input name="person[1][first_name]" value="jane" />
<input name="person[1][last_name]" value="jones" />
</form>

<?php
var_dump($_POST['person']);

array (
0 => array('first_name'=>'john','last_name'=>'smith'),
1 => array('first_name'=>'jane','last_name'=>'jones'),
)
?>

The name tag can work as an array.

Remove git mapping in Visual Studio 2015

The solution is much simpler than that. You simply need to remove three files from the project UNC Path.

Navigate to your solution's UNC Path.

Example: C:\Users\Your User Name\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Projects\Your Project Folder

Then permanently delete ("SHIFT + DEL") the .git* files and folder. There are two files and one folder, which may be hidden so ensure you have your folders and search options > View > show hidden files, folder, and drives (Radio Button) Selected.

The files to permanently delete are:

.gitignore (file)

.gitattributes (file)

.git (folder)

Reopen Visual Studio and there is no more relationship to the Git Source Control. If you wanted to take it as far as removing it from the registry as mentioned above, you could, but that shouldn't be necessary aside from the "house keeping" of your machine.

When to Redis? When to MongoDB?

I would say, it depends on kind of dev team you are and your application needs.

For example, if you require a lot of querying, that mostly means it would be more work for your developers to use Redis, where your data might be stored in variety of specialized data structures, customized for each type of object for efficiency. In MongoDB the same queries might be easier because the structure is more consistent across your data. On the other hand, in Redis, sheer speed of the response to those queries is the payoff for the extra work of dealing with the variety of structures your data might be stored with.

MongoDB offers simplicity, much shorter learning curve for developers with traditional DB and SQL experience. However, Redis's non-traditional approach requires more effort to learn, but greater flexibility.

Eg. A cache layer can probably be better implemented in Redis. For more schema-able data, MongoDB is better. [Note: both MongoDB and Redis are technically schemaless]

If you ask me, my personal choice is Redis for most requirements.

Lastly, I hope by now you have seen http://antirez.com/post/MongoDB-and-Redis.html

Something better than .NET Reflector?

9Rays used to have a decompiler, but I haven't checked in a while. It was not free, I remember...

There is also a new one (at least for me) named Dis#.

getElementById returns null?

Also be careful how you execute the js on the page. For example if you do something like this:

(function(window, document, undefined){

  var foo = document.getElementById("foo");

  console.log(foo);

})(window, document, undefined); 

This will return null because you'd be calling the document before it was loaded.

Better option..

(function(window, document, undefined){

// code that should be taken care of right away

window.onload = init;

  function init(){
    // the code to be called when the dom has loaded
    // #document has its nodes
  }

})(window, document, undefined);

How to enable loglevel debug on Apache2 server

You need to use LogLevel rewrite:trace3 to your httpd.conf in newer version http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/mod/mod_rewrite.html#logging

How to use LINQ to select object with minimum or maximum property value

I was looking for something similar myself, preferably without using a library or sorting the entire list. My solution ended up similar to the question itself, just simplified a bit.

var firstBorn = People.FirstOrDefault(p => p.DateOfBirth == People.Min(p2 => p2.DateOfBirth));

How to get input text length and validate user in javascript

JavaScript validation is not secure as anybody can change what your script does in the browser. Using it for enhancing the visual experience is ok though.

var textBox = document.getElementById("myTextBox");
var textLength = textBox.value.length;
if(textLength > 5)
{
    //red
    textBox.style.backgroundColor = "#FF0000";
}
else
{
    //green
    textBox.style.backgroundColor = "#00FF00";
}

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'split' of undefined

ogdate is itself a string, why are you trying to access it's value property that it doesn't have ?

console.log(og_date.split('-'));

JSFiddle

Whoops, looks like something went wrong. Laravel 5.0

You can copy these files from template "blog" laravel

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Send string to stdin

You were close

/my/bash/script <<< 'This string will be sent to stdin.'

For multiline input, here-docs are suited:

/my/bash/script <<STDIN -o other --options
line 1
line 2
STDIN

Edit To the comments:

To achieve binary input, say

xxd -r -p <<BINARY | iconv -f UCS-4BE -t UTF-8 | /my/bash/script
0000 79c1 0000 306f 0000 3061 0000 3093 0000 3077 0000 3093 0000 304b 0000 3093 0000 3077 0000 3093 0000 306a 0000 8a71 0000 306b 0000 30ca 0000 30f3 0000 30bb
0000 30f3 0000 30b9 0000 3092 0000 7ffb 0000 8a33 0000 3059 0000 308b 0000 3053 0000 3068 0000 304c 0000 3067 0000 304d 0000 000a
BINARY

If you substitute cat for /my/bash/script (or indeed drop the last pipe), this prints:

????????????????????????????

Or, if you wanted something a little more geeky:

0000000: 0000 0000 bef9 0e3c 59f8 8e3c 0a71 d63c  .......<Y..<.q.<
0000010: c6f2 0e3d 3eaa 323d 3a5e 563d 090e 7a3d  ...=>.2=:^V=..z=
0000020: 7bdc 8e3d 2aaf a03d b67e b23d c74a c43d  {..=*..=.~.=.J.=
0000030: 0513 d63d 16d7 e73d a296 f93d a8a8 053e  ...=...=...=...>
0000040: 6583 0e3e 5a5b 173e 5b30 203e 3d02 293e  e..>Z[.>[0 >=.)>
0000050: d4d0 313e f39b 3a3e 6f63 433e 1c27 4c3e  ..1>..:>ocC>.'L>
0000060: cde6 543e 59a2 5d3e 9259 663e 4d0c 6f3e  ..T>Y.]>.Yf>M.o>
0000070: 60ba 773e cf31 803e ee83 843e 78d3 883e  `.w>.1.>...>x..>
0000080: 5720 8d3e 766a 913e beb1 953e 1cf6 993e  W .>vj.>...>...>
0000090: 7a37 9e3e c275 a23e dfb0 a63e bce8 aa3e  z7.>.u.>...>...>
00000a0: 441d af3e 624e b33e 017c b73e 0ca6 bb3e  D..>bN.>.|.>...>
00000b0: 6fcc bf3e 15ef c33e e90d c83e d728 cc3e  o..>...>...>.(.>
00000c0: c93f d03e ac52 d43e 6c61 d83e f36b dc3e  .?.>.R.>la.>.k.>
00000d0: 2f72 e03e 0a74 e43e 7171 e83e 506a ec3e  /r.>.t.>qq.>Pj.>
00000e0: 945e f03e 274e f43e f738 f83e f11e fc3e  .^.>'N.>.8.>...>
00000f0: 0000 003f 09ee 013f 89d9 033f 77c2 053f  ...?...?...?w..?
0000100: caa8 073f 788c 093f 776d 0b3f be4b 0d3f  ...?x..?wm.?.K.?
0000110: 4427 0f3f 0000 113f e8d5 123f f3a8 143f  D'.?...?...?...?
0000120: 1879 163f 4e46 183f 8d10 1a3f cad7 1b3f  .y.?NF.?...?...?
0000130: fe9b 1d3f 1f5d 1f3f 241b 213f 06d6 223f  ...?.].?$.!?.."?
0000140: bb8d 243f 3a42 263f 7cf3 273f 78a1 293f  ..$?:B&?|.'?x.)?
0000150: 254c 2b3f 7bf3 2c3f 7297 2e3f 0138 303f  %L+?{.,?r..?.80?
0000160: 22d5 313f ca6e 333f                      ".1?.n3?

Which is the sines of the first 90 degrees in 4byte binary floats

Alternative for <blink>

can use this

@keyframes blinkingText
{
    0%{     opacity: 1;    }
    40%{    opacity: 0; }
    60%{    opacity: 0; }
    100%{   opacity: 1;    }
}

.blinking
{
    animation:blinkingText 2s reverse infinite;
}

No tests found for given includes Error, when running Parameterized Unit test in Android Studio

For me, the cause of the error message

No tests found for given includes

was having inadvertently added a .java test file under my src/test/kotlin test directory. Upon moving the file to the correct directory, src/test/java, the test executed as expected again.

How to make a div 100% height of the browser window

Even though this solution is done with jQuery I though it may be useful for anyone doing columns to fit the screen size.

For columns starting at the top of the page, this solution is the simplest.

body,html{
  height:100%;
}

div#right{
  height:100%
}

For columns that are not starting at the top of the page (for example: if they are starting below the header).

<script>
     $(document).ready(function () {
        var column_height = $("body").height();
        column_height = column_height - 100; // 100 is the header height
        column_height = column_height + "px";
        $("#column").css("height",column_height);
    });
</script>

First method applies the body height to it and the columns as well, which means that is starting_pixels + height100%.

The second method gets the height of page shown to the user by getting the height of the body and then subtracts the header size to know how much height is left to display the column.

How do you do a ‘Pause’ with PowerShell 2.0?

You may want to use FlushInputBuffer to discard any characters mistakenly typed into the console, especially for long running operations, before using ReadKey:

Write-Host -NoNewLine 'Press any key to continue...'
$Host.UI.RawUI.FlushInputBuffer()
$Host.UI.RawUI.ReadKey('NoEcho,IncludeKeyDown') | Out-Null

Replace all elements of Python NumPy Array that are greater than some value

You can consider using numpy.putmask:

np.putmask(arr, arr>=T, 255.0)

Here is a performance comparison with the Numpy's builtin indexing:

In [1]: import numpy as np
In [2]: A = np.random.rand(500, 500)

In [3]: timeit np.putmask(A, A>0.5, 5)
1000 loops, best of 3: 1.34 ms per loop

In [4]: timeit A[A > 0.5] = 5
1000 loops, best of 3: 1.82 ms per loop

scipy.misc module has no attribute imread?

The solution that work for me in python 3.6 is the following

py -m pip install Pillow

How to change screen resolution of Raspberry Pi

Default Rpi resolution is : 1366x768 if i'm not mistaken.

You can change it though.

You will find all the information about it in this link.

http://elinux.org/RPiconfig

Search "hdmi mode" on that page.

Hope it helps.

Tkinter: "Python may not be configured for Tk"

Install tk-devel (or a similarly-named package) before building Python.

Using Regular Expressions to Extract a Value in Java

In Java 1.4 and up:

String input = "...";
Matcher matcher = Pattern.compile("[^0-9]+([0-9]+)[^0-9]+").matcher(input);
if (matcher.find()) {
    String someNumberStr = matcher.group(1);
    // if you need this to be an int:
    int someNumberInt = Integer.parseInt(someNumberStr);
}

How do I properly force a Git push?

I would really recommend to:

  • push only to the main repo

  • make sure that main repo is a bare repo, in order to never have any problem with the main repo working tree being not in sync with its .git base. See "How to push a local git repository to another computer?"

  • If you do have to make modification in the main (bare) repo, clone it (on the main server), do your modification and push back to it

In other words, keep a bare repo accessible both from the main server and the local computer, in order to have a single upstream repo from/to which to pull/pull.

Printing to the console in Google Apps Script?

The console is not available because the code is running in the cloud, not in your browser. Instead, use the Logger class provided by GAS:

Logger.log(playerArray[3])

and then view the results in the IDE under View > Logs...

Here's some documentation on logging with GAS.

Edit: 2017-07-20 Apps script now also provides Stackdriver Logging. View these logs in the script editor under View - Console Logs.

Delete duplicate records from a SQL table without a primary key

create unique clustered index Employee_idx
on Employee ( EmpId,EmpSSN )
with ignore_dup_key

You can drop the index if you don't need it.

tr:hover not working

Works fine for me... The tr:hover should work. Probably it won't work because:

  1. The background color you have set is very light. You don't happen to use this on a white background, do you?

  2. Your <td> tags are not closed properly.

Please note that hovering a <tr> will not work in older browsers.

In a Bash script, how can I exit the entire script if a certain condition occurs?

Instead of if construct, you can leverage the short-circuit evaluation:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

echo $[1+1]
echo $[2/0]              # division by 0 but execution of script proceeds
echo $[3+1]
(echo $[4/0]) || exit $? # script halted with code 1 returned from `echo`
echo $[5+1]

Note the pair of parentheses which is necessary because of priority of alternation operator. $? is a special variable set to exit code of most recently called command.

How to make an installer for my C# application?

There are several methods, two of which are as follows. Provide a custom installer or a setup project.

Here is how to create a custom installer

[RunInstaller(true)]
public class MyInstaller : Installer
{
    public HelloInstaller()
        : base()
    {
    }

    public override void Commit(IDictionary mySavedState)
    {
        base.Commit(mySavedState);
        System.IO.File.CreateText("Commit.txt");
    }

    public override void Install(IDictionary stateSaver)
    {
        base.Install(stateSaver);
        System.IO.File.CreateText("Install.txt");
    }

    public override void Uninstall(IDictionary savedState)
    {
        base.Uninstall(savedState);
        File.Delete("Commit.txt");
        File.Delete("Install.txt");
    }

    public override void Rollback(IDictionary savedState)
    {
        base.Rollback(savedState);
        File.Delete("Install.txt");
    }
}

To add a setup project

  • Menu file -> New -> Project --> Other Projects Types --> Setup and Deployment

  • Set properties of the project, using the properties window

The article How to create a Setup package by using Visual Studio .NET provides the details.

Show loading screen when navigating between routes in Angular 2

Why not just using simple css :

<router-outlet></router-outlet>
<div class="loading"></div>

And in your styles :

div.loading{
    height: 100px;
    background-color: red;
    display: none;
}
router-outlet + div.loading{
    display: block;
}

Or even we can do this for the first answer:

<router-outlet></router-outlet>
<spinner-component></spinner-component>

And then simply just

spinner-component{
   display:none;
}
router-outlet + spinner-component{
    display: block;
}

The trick here is, the new routes and components will always appear after router-outlet , so with a simple css selector we can show and hide the loading.

How to generate xsd from wsdl

  1. Soap ui -> New SOAPUI project -> use wsdl to create a project (lets assume we have a testService in it)
  2. you will have a folder called TestService and then inside it there will be tokenTestServiceSoapBinding (example) -> right click on it
  3. Export definition -> give location where you need to place the definition.
  4. Exported location will have xsd and wsdl files. Hope this helps!

Token based authentication in Web API without any user interface

ASP.Net Web API has Authorization Server build-in already. You can see it inside Startup.cs when you create a new ASP.Net Web Application with Web API template.

OAuthOptions = new OAuthAuthorizationServerOptions
{
    TokenEndpointPath = new PathString("/Token"),
    Provider = new ApplicationOAuthProvider(PublicClientId),
    AuthorizeEndpointPath = new PathString("/api/Account/ExternalLogin"),
    AccessTokenExpireTimeSpan = TimeSpan.FromDays(14),
    // In production mode set AllowInsecureHttp = false
    AllowInsecureHttp = true
};

All you have to do is to post URL encoded username and password inside query string.

/Token/userName=johndoe%40example.com&password=1234&grant_type=password

If you want to know more detail, you can watch User Registration and Login - Angular Front to Back with Web API by Deborah Kurata.

Android - shadow on text?

<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="fill_parent"
    android:orientation="vertical"
    android:padding="20dp" >

    <TextView
        android:id="@+id/textview"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_gravity="center_horizontal"
        android:shadowColor="#000"
        android:shadowDx="0"
        android:shadowDy="0"
        android:shadowRadius="50"
        android:text="Text Shadow Example1"
        android:textColor="#FBFBFB"
        android:textSize="28dp"
        android:textStyle="bold" />

    <TextView
        android:id="@+id/textview2"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_gravity="center_horizontal"
        android:text="Text Shadow Example2"
        android:textColor="#FBFBFB"
        android:textSize="28dp"
        android:textStyle="bold" />

</LinearLayout>

In the above XML layout code, the textview1 is given with Shadow effect in the layout. below are the configuration items are

android:shadowDx – specifies the X-axis offset of shadow. You can give -/+ values, where -Dx draws a shadow on the left of text and +Dx on the right

android:shadowDy – it specifies the Y-axis offset of shadow. -Dy specifies a shadow above the text and +Dy specifies below the text.

android:shadowRadius – specifies how much the shadow should be blurred at the edges. Provide a small value if shadow needs to be prominent. android:shadowColor – specifies the shadow color


Shadow Effect on Android TextView pragmatically

Use below code snippet to get the shadow effect on the second TextView pragmatically.

TextView textv = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.textview2);
textv.setShadowLayer(30, 0, 0, Color.RED);        

Output :

enter image description here

Sublime Text 2 Code Formatting

Sublime CodeFormatter has formatting support for PHP, JavaScript/JSON/JSONP, HTML, CSS, Python. Although I haven't used CodeFormatter for very long, I have been impressed with it's JS, HTML, and CSS "beautifying" capabilities. I haven't tried using it with PHP (I don't do any PHP development) or Python (which I have no experience with) but both languages have many options in the .sublime-settings file.

One note however, the settings aren't very easy to find. On Windows you will need to go to your %AppData%\Roaming\Sublime Text #\Packages\CodeFormatter\CodeFormatter.sublime-settings. As I don't have a Mac I'm not sure where the settings file is on OS X.

As for a shortcut key, I added this key binding to my "Key Bindings - User" file:

{
    "keys": ["ctrl+k", "ctrl+d"],
    "command": "code_formatter"
}

I use Ctrl + K, Ctrl + D because that's what Visual Studio uses for formatting. You can change it, of course, just remember that what you choose might conflict with some other feature's keyboard shortcut.

Update:

It seems as if the developers of Sublime Text CodeFormatter have made it easier to access the .sublime-settings file. If you install CodeFormatter with the Package Control plugin, you can access the settings via the Preferences -> Package Settings -> CodeFormatter -> Settings - Default and override those settings using the Preferences -> Package Settings -> CodeFormatter -> Settings - User menu item.

How to get year and month from a date - PHP

I will share my code:

In your given example date:

$dateValue = '2012-01-05';

It will go like this:

dateName($dateValue);



   function dateName($date) {

        $result = "";

        $convert_date = strtotime($date);
        $month = date('F',$convert_date);
        $year = date('Y',$convert_date);
        $name_day = date('l',$convert_date);
        $day = date('j',$convert_date);


        $result = $month . " " . $day . ", " . $year . " - " . $name_day;

        return $result;
    }

and will return a value: January 5, 2012 - Thursday

How can I use onItemSelected in Android?

If you don't want to implement the listener, you can set it up like this directly where you want it (call on your spinner after your adapter has been set):

spinner.setOnItemSelectedListener(new AdapterView.OnItemSelectedListener() {
            @Override
            public void onItemSelected(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {

                switch (position) {
                    case 0:
                        Toast.makeText(parent.getContext(), "Spinner item 1!", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
                        break;
                    case 1:
                        Toast.makeText(parent.getContext(), "Spinner item 2!", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
                        break;
                    case 2:
                        Toast.makeText(parent.getContext(), "Spinner item 3!", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
                        break;
                }
            }

            @Override
            public void onNothingSelected(AdapterView<?> parent) {

               // sometimes you need nothing here
            }
        });

ImportError in importing from sklearn: cannot import name check_build

In windows:

I tried to delete sklearn from the shell: pip uninstall sklearn, and re install it but doesn't work ..

the solution:

1- open the cmd shell.
2- cd c:\pythonVERSION\scripts
3- pip uninstall sklearn
4- open in the explorer: C:\pythonVERSION\Lib\site-packages
5- look for the folders that contains sklearn and delete them ..
6- back to cmd: pip install sklearn

How to get position of a certain element in strings vector, to use it as an index in ints vector?

To get a position of an element in a vector knowing an iterator pointing to the element, simply subtract v.begin() from the iterator:

ptrdiff_t pos = find(Names.begin(), Names.end(), old_name_) - Names.begin();

Now you need to check pos against Names.size() to see if it is out of bounds or not:

if(pos >= Names.size()) {
    //old_name_ not found
}

vector iterators behave in ways similar to array pointers; most of what you know about pointer arithmetic can be applied to vector iterators as well.

Starting with C++11 you can use std::distance in place of subtraction for both iterators and pointers:

ptrdiff_t pos = distance(Names.begin(), find(Names.begin(), Names.end(), old_name_));

How to convert entire dataframe to numeric while preserving decimals?

> df2 <- data.frame(sapply(df1, function(x) as.numeric(as.character(x))))
> df2
     a b
1 0.01 2
2 0.02 4
3 0.03 5
4 0.04 7
> sapply(df2, class)
        a         b 
"numeric" "numeric" 

How can I get around MySQL Errcode 13 with SELECT INTO OUTFILE?

Does Ubuntu use SELinux? Check to see if it's enabled and enforcing. /var/log/audit/audit.log may be helpul (if that's where Ubuntu sticks it -- that's the RHEL/Fedora location).

changing minDate option in JQuery DatePicker not working

Use minDate as string:

$('#datePickerId').datepicker({minDate: '0'});

This would set today as minimum selectable date .

Passing string to a function in C - with or without pointers?

An array is a pointer. It points to the start of a sequence of "objects".

If we do this: ìnt arr[10];, then arr is a pointer to a memory location, from which ten integers follow. They are uninitialised, but the memory is allocated. It is exactly the same as doing int *arr = new int[10];.

Ionic 2: Cordova is not available. Make sure to include cordova.js or run in a device/simulator (running in emulator)

I also had this same problem.

I build .apk file of the project and installed it into mobile(android) and got it working

How do I dynamically assign properties to an object in TypeScript?

I tend to put any on the other side i.e. var foo:IFoo = <any>{}; So something like this is still typesafe:

interface IFoo{
    bar:string;
    baz:string;
    boo:string;     
}

// How I tend to intialize 
var foo:IFoo = <any>{};

foo.bar = "asdf";
foo.baz = "boo";
foo.boo = "boo";

// the following is an error, 
// so you haven't lost type safety
foo.bar = 123; 

Alternatively you can mark these properties as optional:

interface IFoo{
    bar?:string;
    baz?:string;
    boo?:string;    
}

// Now your simple initialization works
var foo:IFoo = {};

Try it online

Making a button invisible by clicking another button in HTML

For Visible:

document.getElementById("test").style.visibility="visible";

For Invisible:

document.getElementById("test").style.visibility="hidden";

What does DIM stand for in Visual Basic and BASIC?

The Dim keyword is optional, when we are using it with modifiers- Public, Protected, Friend, Protected Friend,Private,Shared,Shadows,Static,ReadOnly etc. e.g. - Static nTotal As Integer

For reference type, we have to use new keyword to create the new instance of the class or structure. e.g. Dim lblTop As New System.Windows.Forms.Label.

Dim statement can be used with out a datatype when you set Option Infer to On. In that case the compiler infers the data type of a variable from the type of its initialization expression. Example :

Option Infer On

Module SampleMod

Sub Main()

 Dim nExpVar = 5

The above statement is equivalent to- Dim nExpVar As Integer

How does Subquery in select statement work in oracle

It's simple-

SELECT empname,
       empid,
       (SELECT COUNT (profileid)
          FROM profile
         WHERE profile.empid = employee.empid)
           AS number_of_profiles
  FROM employee;

It is even simpler when you use a table join like this:

  SELECT e.empname, e.empid, COUNT (p.profileid) AS number_of_profiles
    FROM employee e LEFT JOIN profile p ON e.empid = p.empid
GROUP BY e.empname, e.empid;

Explanation for the subquery:

Essentially, a subquery in a select gets a scalar value and passes it to the main query. A subquery in select is not allowed to pass more than one row and more than one column, which is a restriction. Here, we are passing a count to the main query, which, as we know, would always be only a number- a scalar value. If a value is not found, the subquery returns null to the main query. Moreover, a subquery can access columns from the from clause of the main query, as shown in my query where employee.empid is passed from the outer query to the inner query.


Edit:

When you use a subquery in a select clause, Oracle essentially treats it as a left join (you can see this in the explain plan for your query), with the cardinality of the rows being just one on the right for every row in the left.


Explanation for the left join

A left join is very handy, especially when you want to replace the select subquery due to its restrictions. There are no restrictions here on the number of rows of the tables in either side of the LEFT JOIN keyword.

For more information read Oracle Docs on subqueries and left join or left outer join.

Submit button not working in Bootstrap form

The .btn classes are designed for , or elements (though some browsers may apply a slightly different rendering).

If you’re using .btn classes on elements that are used to trigger functionality ex. collapsing content, these links should be given a role="button" to adequately communicate their meaning to assistive technologies such as screen readers. I hope this help.

Is it better to use path() or url() in urls.py for django 2.0?

Regular expressions don't seem to work with the path() function with the following arguments: path(r'^$', views.index, name="index").

It should be like this: path('', views.index, name="index").

The 1st argument must be blank to enter a regular expression.

How to use continue in jQuery each() loop?

We can break both a $(selector).each() loop and a $.each() loop at a particular iteration by making the callback function return false. Returning non-false is the same as a continue statement in a for loop; it will skip immediately to the next iteration.

return false; // this is equivalent of 'break' for jQuery loop

return;       // this is equivalent of 'continue' for jQuery loop

Note that $(selector).each() and $.each() are different functions.

References:

Bootstrap 3 Navbar with Logo

In stead of replacing text branding, I divided into two rows like in the code below and gave img-responsive class to the image......

<div class="collapse navbar-collapse navbar-ex1-collapse" style="background: #efefef; height:auto;">
  <div class="container" style="margin-bottom:-1px;">
    <div class="row">
      <div class="col-md-3">
        <div id="menubar-logo">
          <a href="index.html"><img src="img/tl_logo.png" class="img-responsive" alt="Triple Luck IT Service Logo"></a>
        </div>
      </div>
      <div class=" col-md-offset-3 col-md-6">

        <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
          <li><a href="index.php" class="active">Home</a></li>
          <li><a href="about_us.php">About Us</a></li>
          <li><a href="contact_us.php">Contact Us</a></li>
        </ul>
      </div>
    </div>
    <!-- end of "row" -->
  </div>
  <!-- end of "container" -->
</div>
<!-- end of "collapse" -->

and in addition,I added the following css codes.......

#menubar-logo img {
  margin-top: 10px;
  margin-bottom: 20px;
  margin-right: 10px;
}

If my code solves your problem, it's my pleasure.....

Relative paths in Python

I'm not sure if this applies to some of the older versions, but I believe Python 3.3 has native relative path support.

For example the following code should create a text file in the same folder as the python script:

open("text_file_name.txt", "w+t")

(note that there shouldn't be a forward or backslash at the beginning if it's a relative path)

Sort a single String in Java

str.chars().boxed().map(Character::toString).sorted().collect(Collectors.joining())

or

s.chars().mapToObj(Character::toString).sorted().collect(Collectors.joining())

or

Arrays.stream(str.split("")).sorted().collect(Collectors.joining())

node.js - request - How to "emitter.setMaxListeners()"?

I strongly advice NOT to use the code:

process.setMaxListeners(0);

The warning is not there without reason. Most of the time, it is because there is an error hidden in your code. Removing the limit removes the warning, but not its cause, and prevents you from being warned of a source of resource leakage.

If you hit the limit for a legitimate reason, put a reasonable value in the function (the default is 10).

Also, to change the default, it is not necessary to mess with the EventEmitter prototype. you can set the value of defaultMaxListeners attribute like so:

require('events').EventEmitter.defaultMaxListeners = 15;

What is AndroidX?

Android provides a couple of different library sets. One is called the Android support Library, and the other is called AndroidX. Selecting "Use android.* artifacts" indicates that we want to use AndroidX.

I have never set any passwords to my keystore and alias, so how are they created?

if you want to configure them in gradle it should look like

signingConfigs {
        debug {
            storeFile file('PATH_TO_HOME/.android/debug.keystore')
            storePassword 'android'                   
            keyAlias 'AndroidDebugKey'
            keyPassword 'android'                     
        }
        ...
}

How to update a menu item shown in the ActionBar?

I have used this code:

public boolean onPrepareOptionsMenu (Menu menu) {       
    MenuInflater inflater = getMenuInflater();
    TextView title  = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.title);
    menu.getItem(0).setTitle(
        getString(R.string.payFor) + " " + title.getText().toString());
    menu.getItem(1).setTitle(getString(R.string.payFor) + "...");
    return true;        
}

And worked like a charm to me you can find OnPrepareOptionsMenu here

Using a Loop to add objects to a list(python)

Auto-incrementing the index in a loop:

myArr[(len(myArr)+1)]={"key":"val"}

HttpServletRequest get JSON POST data

Normaly you can GET and POST parameters in a servlet the same way:

request.getParameter("cmd");

But only if the POST data is encoded as key-value pairs of content type: "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" like when you use a standard HTML form.

If you use a different encoding schema for your post data, as in your case when you post a json data stream, you need to use a custom decoder that can process the raw datastream from:

BufferedReader reader = request.getReader();

Json post processing example (uses org.json package )

public void doPost(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response)
  throws ServletException, IOException {

  StringBuffer jb = new StringBuffer();
  String line = null;
  try {
    BufferedReader reader = request.getReader();
    while ((line = reader.readLine()) != null)
      jb.append(line);
  } catch (Exception e) { /*report an error*/ }

  try {
    JSONObject jsonObject =  HTTP.toJSONObject(jb.toString());
  } catch (JSONException e) {
    // crash and burn
    throw new IOException("Error parsing JSON request string");
  }

  // Work with the data using methods like...
  // int someInt = jsonObject.getInt("intParamName");
  // String someString = jsonObject.getString("stringParamName");
  // JSONObject nestedObj = jsonObject.getJSONObject("nestedObjName");
  // JSONArray arr = jsonObject.getJSONArray("arrayParamName");
  // etc...
}

How do I clone a generic list in C#?

If you only care about value types...

And you know the type:

List<int> newList = new List<int>(oldList);

If you don't know the type before, you'll need a helper function:

List<T> Clone<T>(IEnumerable<T> oldList)
{
    return newList = new List<T>(oldList);
}

The just:

List<string> myNewList = Clone(myOldList);

How do I use WPF bindings with RelativeSource?

Here's a more visual explanation in the context of a MVVM architecture:

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"Cannot update paths and switch to branch at the same time"

You can use these commands: git remote update, git fetch, git checkout -b branch_nameA origin:branch_nameB

I think maybe it's because of your local branch can not track remote branch