# Programs & Examples On #Basic

BASIC (Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) is a family of high-level programming languages designed to be easy to use.

### What does DIM stand for in Visual Basic and BASIC?

DIM stands for Declaration In Memory DIM x As New Integer creates a space in memory where the variable x is stored

### Python: Is there an equivalent of mid, right, and left from BASIC?

Thanks Andy W

I found that the mid() did not quite work as I expected and I modified as follows:

``````def mid(s, offset, amount):
return s[offset-1:offset+amount-1]
``````

I performed the following test:

``````print('[1]23', mid('123', 1, 1))
print('1[2]3', mid('123', 2, 1))
print('12[3]', mid('123', 3, 1))
print('[12]3', mid('123', 1, 2))
print('1[23]', mid('123', 2, 2))
``````

Which resulted in:

``````[1]23 1
1[2]3 2
12[3] 3
[12]3 12
1[23] 23
``````

Which was what I was expecting. The original mid() code produces this:

``````[1]23 2
1[2]3 3
12[3]
[12]3 23
1[23] 3
``````

But the left() and right() functions work fine. Thank you.

### Can't accept license agreement Android SDK Platform 24

Go to `Android\sdk\tools\bin`

None of the above solutions worked for me and finally this single line accepted all android licences.

``````yes | sdkmanager --licenses && sdkmanager --update
``````

### I want to remove double quotes from a String

this code is very better for show number in textbox

``````            var number = \$(this).val();
number = number.replace(/[',]+/g, '');
number = number.toString().replace(/\B(?=(\d{3})+(?!\d))/g, ',');
\$(this).val(number); // "1,234,567,890"
``````

### Any way to declare an array in-line?

You can create a method somewhere

``````public static <T> T[] toArray(T... ts) {
return ts;
}
``````

then use it

``````m(toArray("blah", "hey", "yo"));
``````

for better look.

### Non-Static method cannot be referenced from a static context with methods and variables

Merely for the purposes of making your program work, take the contents of your main() method and put them in a constructor:

``````public BookStoreApp2()
{
// Put contents of main method here
}
``````

Then, in your main() method. Do this:

``````public void main( String[] args )
{
new BookStoreApp2();
}
``````

### AngularJS: ng-show / ng-hide not working with `{{ }}` interpolation

Try wrapping expression with:

``````\$scope.\$apply(function() {
\$scope.foo.bar=true;
})
``````

### Click in OK button inside an Alert (Selenium IDE)

For selenium, an alert is the one which raised using javascript e.g.

`````` javascript:alert();
``````

There is one basic check to verify whether your alert is actually a javascript alert or just a div-based box for displaying some message. If its a javascript alert, you wont be able to see it on screen while running the selenium script.

If you are able to see it, then you need to get the locator of the ok button of the alert and use selenium.click(locator) to dismiss the alert. Can help you better if you can provide more context:

1. IDE or RC?
2. HTML code of the alert

Vamyip

### Activate a virtualenv with a Python script

If you want to run a Python subprocess under the virtualenv, you can do that by running the script using the Python interpreter that lives inside virtualenv's /bin/ directory:

``````import subprocess

# Path to a Python interpreter that runs any Python script
# under the virtualenv /path/to/virtualenv/
python_bin = "/path/to/virtualenv/bin/python"

# Path to the script that must run under the virtualenv
script_file = "must/run/under/virtualenv/script.py"

subprocess.Popen([python_bin, script_file])
``````

However, if you want to activate the virtualenv under the current Python interpreter instead of a subprocess, you can use the `activate_this.py` script:

``````# Doing execfile() on this file will alter the current interpreter's
# environment so you can import libraries in the virtualenv
activate_this_file = "/path/to/virtualenv/bin/activate_this.py"

execfile(activate_this_file, dict(__file__=activate_this_file))
``````

### How to temporarily exit Vim and go back

You can also do that by `:sus` to fall into shell and back by `fg`.

### Understanding repr( ) function in Python

``````>>> x = 'foo'
>>> x
'foo'
``````

So the name `x` is attached to `'foo'` string. When you call for example `repr(x)` the interpreter puts `'foo'` instead of `x` and then calls `repr('foo')`.

``````>>> repr(x)
"'foo'"
>>> x.__repr__()
"'foo'"
``````

`repr` actually calls a magic method `__repr__` of `x`, which gives the string containing the representation of the value `'foo'` assigned to `x`. So it returns `'foo'` inside the string `""` resulting in `"'foo'"`. The idea of `repr` is to give a string which contains a series of symbols which we can type in the interpreter and get the same value which was sent as an argument to `repr`.

``````>>> eval("'foo'")
'foo'
``````

When we call `eval("'foo'")`, it's the same as we type `'foo'` in the interpreter. It's as we directly type the contents of the outer string `""` in the interpreter.

``````>>> eval('foo')

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<pyshell#5>", line 1, in <module>
eval('foo')
File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'foo' is not defined
``````

If we call `eval('foo')`, it's the same as we type `foo` in the interpreter. But there is no `foo` variable available and an exception is raised.

``````>>> str(x)
'foo'
>>> x.__str__()
'foo'
>>>
``````

`str` is just the string representation of the object (remember, `x` variable refers to `'foo'`), so this function returns string.

``````>>> str(5)
'5'
``````

String representation of integer `5` is `'5'`.

``````>>> str('foo')
'foo'
``````

And string representation of string `'foo'` is the same string `'foo'`.

### How to make use of ng-if , ng-else in angularJS

``````<span ng-if="verifyName.indicator == 1"><i class="fa fa-check"></i></span>
<span ng-if="verifyName.indicator == 0"><i class="fa fa-times"></i></span>
``````

try this code. here verifyName.indicator value is coming from controller. this works for me.

### Why does git perform fast-forward merges by default?

Let me expand a bit on a VonC's very comprehensive answer:

First, if I remember it correctly, the fact that Git by default doesn't create merge commits in the fast-forward case has come from considering single-branch "equal repositories", where mutual pull is used to sync those two repositories (a workflow you can find as first example in most user's documentation, including "The Git User's Manual" and "Version Control by Example"). In this case you don't use pull to merge fully realized branch, you use it to keep up with other work. You don't want to have ephemeral and unimportant fact when you happen to do a sync saved and stored in repository, saved for the future.

Note that usefulness of feature branches and of having multiple branches in single repository came only later, with more widespread usage of VCS with good merging support, and with trying various merge-based workflows. That is why for example Mercurial originally supported only one branch per repository (plus anonymous tips for tracking remote branches), as seen in older revisions of "Mercurial: The Definitive Guide".

Second, when following best practices of using feature branches, namely that feature branches should all start from stable version (usually from last release), to be able to cherry-pick and select which features to include by selecting which feature branches to merge, you are usually not in fast-forward situation... which makes this issue moot. You need to worry about creating a true merge and not fast-forward when merging a very first branch (assuming that you don't put single-commit changes directly on 'master'); all other later merges are of course in non fast-forward situation.

HTH

### How to remove all .svn directories from my application directories

``````find . -name .svn |xargs rm -rf
``````

### Installing PG gem on OS X - failure to build native extension

I spent a day on this and here's how I got it fixed:

I found that global value of build.pg was set to: `/opt/local/lib/postgresql91/bin/pg_config` and that was not where postgres was installed.

I fixed it with replacing the value of build.pg to: `bundle config build.pg --with-pg-config=/usr/local/Cellar/postgresql/9.4.4/bin/pg_config` which is where my postgresql installation is.

### Java - How to access an ArrayList of another class?

``````import java.util.ArrayList;
public class numbers {
private int number1 = 50;
private int number2 = 100;
private List<Integer> list;

public numbers() {
list = new ArrayList<Integer>();
}

public List<Integer> getList() {
return list;
}
}
``````

And the test class:

``````import java.util.ArrayList;
public class test {
private numbers number;

//example
public test() {
number = new numbers();
List<Integer> list = number.getList();
//hurray !
}
}
``````

### How do I position an image at the bottom of div?

Add relative positioning to the wrapping div tag, then absolutely position the image within it like this:

CSS:

``````.div-wrapper {
position: relative;
height: 300px;
width: 300px;
}

.div-wrapper img {
position: absolute;
left: 0;
bottom: 0;
}
``````

HTML:

``````<div class="div-wrapper">
<img src="blah.png"/>
</div>
``````

Now the image sits at the bottom of the div.

### Delete all files of specific type (extension) recursively down a directory using a batch file

If you are trying to delete certain .extensions in the C: drive use this cmd:

``````del /s c:\*.blaawbg
``````

I had a customer that got a encryption virus and i needed to find all junk files and delete them.

### Check if not nil and not empty in Rails shortcut?

You can use .present? which comes included with ActiveSupport.

``````@city = @user.city.present?
# etc ...
``````

You could even write it like this

``````def show
%w(city state bio contact twitter mail).each do |attr|
instance_variable_set "@#{attr}", @user[attr].present?
end
end
``````

It's worth noting that if you want to test if something is blank, you can use `.blank?` (this is the opposite of `.present?`)

Also, don't use `foo == nil`. Use `foo.nil?` instead.

### How to set cellpadding and cellspacing in table with CSS?

Use `padding` on the cells and `border-spacing` on the table. The former will give you cellpadding while the latter will give you cellspacing.

``````table { border-spacing: 5px; } /* cellspacing */

``````

jsFiddle Demo

### How to access accelerometer/gyroscope data from Javascript?

Usefull fallback here: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Events/MozOrientation

``````function orientationhandler(evt){

// For FF3.6+
if (!evt.gamma && !evt.beta) {
evt.gamma = -(evt.x * (180 / Math.PI));
evt.beta = -(evt.y * (180 / Math.PI));
}

// use evt.gamma, evt.beta, and evt.alpha
// according to dev.w3.org/geo/api/spec-source-orientation

}

``````

### Convert 4 bytes to int

You can also use BigInteger for variable length bytes. You can convert it to Long, Integer or Short, whichever suits your needs.

``````new BigInteger(bytes).intValue();
``````

or to denote polarity:

``````new BigInteger(1, bytes).intValue();
``````

### C# HttpWebRequest The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a send

Your project supports .Net Framework 4.0 and .Net Framework 4.5. If you have upgrade issues

``````ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol = SecurityProtocolType.Tls12;
``````

``````ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol = (SecurityProtocolType)3072;
``````

``````\$(document).ready(function() {
\$('#Button').click(function() {
});
});
``````

should do the trick. unless you're loading the button with ajax. In which case you could do:

``````\$('#Button').live('click', function() {...
``````

Also remember not to use the same id more than once in your html code.

### Best way to retrieve variable values from a text file?

A simple way of reading variables from a text file using the standard library:

``````# Get vars from conf file
var = {}
with open("myvars.conf") as conf:
for line in conf:
if ":" in line:
name, value = line.split(":")
var[name] = str(value).rstrip()
globals().update(var)
``````

### requestFeature() must be called before adding content

In my case I showed `DialogFragment` in `Activity`. In this dialog fragment I wrote as in DialogFragment remove black border:

``````override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState)
setStyle(STYLE_NO_FRAME, 0)
}

override fun onCreateDialog(savedInstanceState: Bundle?): Dialog {
super.onCreateDialog(savedInstanceState)

val dialog = Dialog(context!!, R.style.ErrorDialogTheme)
val inflater = LayoutInflater.from(context)
val view = inflater.inflate(R.layout.fragment_error_dialog, null, false)
dialog.setTitle(null)
dialog.setCancelable(true)
dialog.setContentView(view)
return dialog
}
``````

Either remove `setStyle(STYLE_NO_FRAME, 0)` in `onCreate()` or chande/remove `onCreateDialog`. Because dialog settings have changed after the dialog has been created.

### How to change XAMPP apache server port?

if don't work above port id then change it.like 8082,8080 Restart xammp,Start apache server,Check it.It's now working.

### How do I right align div elements?

Other answers for this question are not so good since `float:right` can go outside of a parent div (overflow: hidden for parent sometimes might help) and `margin-left: auto, margin-right: 0` for me didn't work in complex nested divs (I didn't investigate why).

I've figured out that for certain elements `text-align: right` works, assuming this works when the element and parent are both `inline` or `inline-block`.

Note: the `text-align` CSS property describes how inline content like text is aligned in its parent block element. `text-align` does not control the alignment of block elements itself, only their inline content.

An example:

``````<div style="display: block; width: 80%; min-width: 400px; background-color: #caa;">
<div style="display: block; width: 100%">
I'm parent
</div>
<div style="display: inline-block; text-align: right; width: 100%">
Caption for parent
</div>
</div>
``````

### What does status=canceled for a resource mean in Chrome Developer Tools?

Chrome Version 33.0.1750.154 m consistently cancels image loads if I am using the Mobile Emulation pointed at my localhost; specifically with User Agent spoofing on (vs. just Screen settings).

When I turn User Agent spoofing off; image requests aren't canceled, I see the images.

I still don't understand why; in the former case, where the request is cancelled the Request Headers (CAUTION: Provisional headers are shown) have only

• Accept
• Cache-Control
• Pragma
• Referer
• User-Agent

In the latter case, all of those plus others like:

• Connection
• Host
• Accept-Encoding
• Accept-Language

Shrug

### system("pause"); - Why is it wrong?

• slow: it has to jump through lots of unnecessary Windows code and a separate program for a simple operation
• not portable: dependent on the pause program
• not good style: making a System call should only be done when really necessary
• more typing: System("pause") is longer than getchar()

a simple getchar() should do just fine.

### SQL Select between dates

``````SELECT *
FROM TableName
WHERE julianday(substr(date,7)||'-'||substr(date,4,2)||'-'||substr(date,1,2)) BETWEEN julianday('2011-01-11') AND julianday('2011-08-11')
``````

Note that I use the format : `dd/mm/yyyy`

If you use d/m/yyyy, Change in `substr()`

### HTML to PDF with Node.js

In case you arrive here looking for a way to make PDF from view templates in Express, a colleague and I made express-template-to-pdf

which allows you to generate PDF from whatever templates you're using in Express - Pug, Nunjucks, whatever.

It depends on html-pdf and is written to use in your routes just like you use res.render:

``````const pdfRenderer = require('@ministryofjustice/express-template-to-pdf')

app.set('views', path.join(__dirname, 'views'))
app.set('view engine', 'pug')

app.use(pdfRenderer())

``````

If you've used res.render then using it should look obvious:

``````app.use('/pdf', (req, res) => {
res.renderPDF('helloWorld', { message: 'Hello World!' });
})
``````

You can pass options through to html-pdf to control the PDF document page size etc

Merely building on the excellent work of others.

### How to trigger click event on href element

The native DOM method does the right thing:

``````\$('.cssbuttongo')[0].click();
^
Important!
``````

This works regardless of whether the `href` is a URL, a fragment (e.g. `#blah`) or even a `javascript:`.

Note that this calls the DOM `click` method instead of the jQuery `click` method (which is very incomplete and completely ignores `href`).

### How to send an email with Gmail as provider using Python?

Seems like problem of the old `smtplib`. In `python2.7` everything works fine.

Update: Yep, `server.ehlo()` also could help.

### How to install a plugin in Jenkins manually

Yes, you can. Download the plugin (*.hpi file) and put it in the following directory:

``````<jenkinsHome>/plugins/
``````

Afterwards you will need to restart Jenkins.

### Adobe Acrobat Pro make all pages the same dimension

• Open the PDF in MacOS´ Preview App
• Chose File menu –> Export as PDF
• In the export dialog klick the Details button an select your page size
• Click save

All pages of the resulting document will be scaled to that size. The resulting file size is nearly identical to the original PDF, so I conclude, that image resolutions/compressions are not changed.

Hints:

1. I am not sure whether the "Export as PDF" menu item is available by default or only if Adobe Acrobat is installed.

2. My first trial was to use Preview App and print (!) into a new PDF, but this leads to additional margins around the page content.

### Copying files from one directory to another in Java

I provided an alternate solution without the need to use a third party, such as apache FileUtils. This can be done through the command line.

I tested this out on Windows and it works for me. A Linux solution follows.

Here I am utilizing Windows xcopy command to copy all files including subdirectories. The parameters that I pass are defined as per below.

• /e - Copies all subdirectories, even if they are empty.
• /i - If Source is a directory or contains wildcards and Destination does not exist, xcopy assumes Destination specifies a directory name and creates a new directory. Then, xcopy copies all specified files into the new directory.
• /h - Copies files with hidden and system file attributes. By default, xcopy does not copy hidden or system files

My example(s) utilizes the ProcessBuilder class to construct a process to execute the copy(xcopy & cp) commands.

Windows:

``````String src = "C:\\srcDir";
String dest = "C:\\destDir";
List<String> cmd = Arrays.asList("xcopy", src, dest, "/e", "/i", "/h");
try {
Process proc = new ProcessBuilder(cmd).start();
String line = null;
while ((line = inp.readLine()) != null) {
System.out.println(line);
}
} catch (IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
``````

Linux:

``````String src = "srcDir/";
String dest = "~/destDir/";
List<String> cmd = Arrays.asList("/bin/bash", "-c", "cp", "r", src, dest);
try {
Process proc = new ProcessBuilder(cmd).start();
String line = null;
while ((line = inp.readLine()) != null) {
System.out.println(line);
}
} catch (IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
``````

Or a combo that can work on both Windows or Linux environments.

``````private static final String OS = System.getProperty("os.name");
private static String src = null;
private static String dest = null;
private static List<String> cmd = null;

public static void main(String[] args) {
if (OS.toLowerCase().contains("windows")) { // setup WINDOWS environment
src = "C:\\srcDir";
dest = "C:\\destDir";
cmd = Arrays.asList("xcopy", src, dest, "/e", "/i", "/h");

System.out.println("on: " + OS);
} else if (OS.toLowerCase().contains("linux")){ // setup LINUX environment
src = "srcDir/";
dest = "~/destDir/";
cmd = Arrays.asList("/bin/bash", "-c", "cp", "r", src, dest);

System.out.println("on: " + OS);
}

try {
Process proc = new ProcessBuilder(cmd).start();
String line = null;
while ((line = inp.readLine()) != null) {
System.out.println(line);
}
} catch (IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}

}
``````

### Python list of dictionaries search

I found this thread when I was searching for an answer to the same question. While I realize that it's a late answer, I thought I'd contribute it in case it's useful to anyone else:

``````def find_dict_in_list(dicts, default=None, **kwargs):
"""Find first matching :obj:`dict` in :obj:`list`.

:param list dicts: List of dictionaries.
:param dict default: Optional. Default dictionary to return.
Defaults to `None`.
:param **kwargs: `key=value` pairs to match in :obj:`dict`.

:returns: First matching :obj:`dict` from `dicts`.
:rtype: dict

"""

rval = default
for d in dicts:
is_found = False

# Search for keys in dict.
for k, v in kwargs.items():
if d.get(k, None) == v:
is_found = True

else:
is_found = False
break

if is_found:
rval = d
break

return rval

if __name__ == '__main__':
# Tests
dicts = []
keys = 'spam eggs shrubbery knight'.split()

start = 0
for _ in range(4):
dct = {k: v for k, v in zip(keys, range(start, start+4))}
dicts.append(dct)
start += 4

# Find each dict based on 'spam' key only.
for x in range(len(dicts)):
spam = x*4
assert find_dict_in_list(dicts, spam=spam) == dicts[x]

# Find each dict based on 'spam' and 'shrubbery' keys.
for x in range(len(dicts)):
spam = x*4
assert find_dict_in_list(dicts, spam=spam, shrubbery=spam+2) == dicts[x]

# Search for one correct key, one incorrect key:
for x in range(len(dicts)):
spam = x*4
assert find_dict_in_list(dicts, spam=spam, shrubbery=spam+1) is None

# Search for non-existent dict.
for x in range(len(dicts)):
spam = x+100
assert find_dict_in_list(dicts, spam=spam) is None
``````

### Definition of "downstream" and "upstream"

In terms of source control, you're "downstream" when you copy (clone, checkout, etc) from a repository. Information flowed "downstream" to you.

When you make changes, you usually want to send them back "upstream" so they make it into that repository so that everyone pulling from the same source is working with all the same changes. This is mostly a social issue of how everyone can coordinate their work rather than a technical requirement of source control. You want to get your changes into the main project so you're not tracking divergent lines of development.

Sometimes you'll read about package or release managers (the people, not the tool) talking about submitting changes to "upstream". That usually means they had to adjust the original sources so they could create a package for their system. They don't want to keep making those changes, so if they send them "upstream" to the original source, they shouldn't have to deal with the same issue in the next release.

### Running a shell script through Cygwin on Windows

If you have access to the Notepad++ editor on Windows there is a feature that allows you to easily get around this problem:

1. Open the file that's giving the error in Notepad++.
2. Go under the "Edit" Menu and choose "EOL Conversion"
3. There is an option there for "UNIX/OSX Format." Choose that option.
4. Re-save the file.

I did this and it solved my problems.

Hope this helps!

### how to console.log result of this ajax call?

Ajax call error handler will be triggered if the call itself fails.

You are probably trying to get the error from server in case login credentials do not go through. In that case, you need to inspect the server response json object and display appropriate message.

``````e.preventDefault();
\$.ajax(
{
type: 'POST',
url: requestURI,
dataType: 'json',
success: function(result){
if(result.hasError == true)
{
if(result.error_code == 'AUTH_FAILURE')
{
console.log('Recieved authentication error');
}
else
{
//generic error here
}
}
}
});
``````

Here, "result" is the json object returned form the server which could have a structure like:

``````\$return = array(
'error_code' => 'AUTH_FAILURE'
);
die(jsonEncode(\$return));
``````

### ScrollIntoView() causing the whole page to move

in my context, he would push the sticky toolbar off the screen, or enter next to a fab button with absolute.

using the nearest solved.

``````const element = this.element.nativeElement;
const table = element.querySelector('.table-container');
table.scrollIntoView({
behavior: 'smooth', block: 'nearest'
});
``````

### Getting multiple values with scanf()

Yes.

``````int minx, miny, maxx,maxy;
do {
printf("enter four integers: ");
} while (scanf("%d %d %d %d", &minx, &miny, &maxx, &maxy)!=4);
``````

The loop is just to demonstrate that scanf returns the number of fields succesfully read (or EOF).

### How to make code wait while calling asynchronous calls like Ajax

If you need wait until the ajax call is completed all do you need is make your call synchronously.

### Bootstrap - floating navbar button right

Create a separate `ul.nav` for just that list item and float that `ul` right.

jsFiddle

### How to dump raw RTSP stream to file?

You can use mplayer.

``````mencoder -nocache -rtsp-stream-over-tcp rtsp://192.168.XXX.XXX/test.sdp -oac copy -ovc copy -o test.avi
``````

The "copy" codec is just a dumb copy of the stream. Mencoder adds a header and stuff you probably want.

In the mplayer source file "stream/stream_rtsp.c" is a prebuffer_size setting of 640k and no option to change the size other then recompile. The result is that writing the stream is always delayed, which can be annoying for things like cameras, but besides this, you get an output file, and can play it back most places without a problem.

### Convert Variable Name to String?

To get the variable name of `var` as a string:

``````var = 1000
var_name = [k for k,v in locals().items() if v == var][0]
print(var_name) # ---> outputs 'var'
``````

### How to use lodash to find and return an object from Array?

You can use the following

``````import { find } from 'lodash'
``````

Then to return the entire object (not only its key or value) from the list with the following:

``````let match = find(savedViews, { 'ID': 'id to match'});
``````

### Check that an email address is valid on iOS

Good cocoa function:

``````-(BOOL) NSStringIsValidEmail:(NSString *)checkString
{
BOOL stricterFilter = NO; // Discussion http://blog.logichigh.com/2010/09/02/validating-an-e-mail-address/
NSString *stricterFilterString = @"^[A-Z0-9a-z\\._%+-]+@([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\.)+[A-Za-z]{2,4}\$";
NSString *laxString = @"^.+@([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\.)+[A-Za-z]{2}[A-Za-z]*\$";
NSString *emailRegex = stricterFilter ? stricterFilterString : laxString;
NSPredicate *emailTest = [NSPredicate predicateWithFormat:@"SELF MATCHES %@", emailRegex];
return [emailTest evaluateWithObject:checkString];
}
``````

Discussion on Lax vs. Strict - http://blog.logichigh.com/2010/09/02/validating-an-e-mail-address/

And because categories are just better, you could also add an interface:

``````@interface NSString (emailValidation)
- (BOOL)isValidEmail;
@end
``````

Implement

``````@implementation NSString (emailValidation)
-(BOOL)isValidEmail
{
BOOL stricterFilter = NO; // Discussion http://blog.logichigh.com/2010/09/02/validating-an-e-mail-address/
NSString *stricterFilterString = @"^[A-Z0-9a-z\\._%+-]+@([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\.)+[A-Za-z]{2,4}\$";
NSString *laxString = @"^.+@([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\.)+[A-Za-z]{2}[A-Za-z]*\$";
NSString *emailRegex = stricterFilter ? stricterFilterString : laxString;
NSPredicate *emailTest = [NSPredicate predicateWithFormat:@"SELF MATCHES %@", emailRegex];
return [emailTest evaluateWithObject:self];
}
@end
``````

And then utilize:

``````if([@"[email protected]" isValidEmail]) { /* True */ }
if([@"InvalidEmail@notreallyemailbecausenosuffix" isValidEmail]) { /* False */ }
``````

### In laymans terms, what does 'static' mean in Java?

In addition to what @inkedmn has pointed out, a static member is at the class level. Therefore, the said member is loaded into memory by the JVM once for that class (when the class is loaded). That is, there aren't n instances of a static member loaded for n instances of the class to which it belongs.

### How can I jump to class/method definition in Atom text editor?

Here are the shortcuts for both mac and windows:

For Mac: command + G

For Windows: CTRL+ALT+G

### How to add content to html body using JS?

Just:

``````    document.getElementById('myDiv').innerHTMl += "New Content";
``````

### JavaScript: how to change form action attribute value based on selection?

Is required that you have a form?
If not, then you could use this:

``````<div>
<input type="hidden" value="ServletParameter" />
<input type="button" id="callJavaScriptServlet" onclick="callJavaScriptServlet()" />
</div>
``````

with the following JavaScript:

``````function callJavaScriptServlet() {
this.form.action = "MyServlet";
this.form.submit();
}
``````

### How to store phone numbers on MySQL databases?

• All as varchar (they aren't numbers but "collections of digits")
• Country + area + number separately
• Not all countries have area code (eg Malta where I am)
• Some countries drop the leading zero from the area code when dialling internal (eg UK)
• Format in the client code

### Oracle - What TNS Names file am I using?

By default, tnsnames.ora is located in the \$ORACLE_HOME/network/admin directory on UNIX operating systems and in the ORACLE_HOME\network\admin directory on Windows operating systems. tnsnames.ora can also be stored the following locations:

The directory specified by the TNS_ADMIN environment variable (or registry value)

On UNIX operating systems, the global configuration directory. For example, on the Solaris Operating System, this directory is /var/opt/oracle

If you have multiple ORACLE_HOMES, be aware of which one you are using, as the location of the tnsnames.ora file can vary from one ORACLE_HOME to the next.

For the person who mentioned the TWO_TASK environment variable, that is used to set a default database service name to connect to (which could be a database on another server). The service name you set TWO_TASK to is then looked up in the tnsnames.ora file when you connect.

### How to divide two columns?

Presumably, those columns are integer columns - which will be the reason as the result of the calculation will be of the same type.

e.g. if you do this:

``````SELECT 1 / 2
``````

you will get 0, which is obviously not the real answer. So, convert the values to e.g. decimal and do the calculation based on that datatype instead.

e.g.

``````SELECT CAST(1 AS DECIMAL) / 2
``````

gives 0.500000

### jQuery Datepicker onchange event issue

I wrote this because I needed a solution to trigger an event only if the date changed.

It is a simple solution. Each time the dialog box closes we test to see if the data has changed. If it has, we trigger a custom event and reset the stored value.

``````\$('.datetime').datepicker({
onClose: function(dateText,datePickerInstance) {
var oldValue = \$(this).data('oldValue') || "";
if (dateText !== oldValue) {
\$(this).data('oldValue',dateText);
\$(this).trigger('dateupdated');
}
}
});
``````

Now we can hook up handlers for that custom event...

``````\$('body').on('dateupdated','.datetime', function(e) {
// do something
});
``````

### Starting a node.js server

Run `cmd` and then run `node server.js`. In your example, you are trying to use the REPL to run your command, which is not going to work. The ellipsis is node.js expecting more tokens before closing the current scope (you can type code in and run it on the fly here)

### Aborting a shell script if any command returns a non-zero value

If you have cleanup you need to do on exit, you can also use 'trap' with the pseudo-signal ERR. This works the same way as trapping INT or any other signal; bash throws ERR if any command exits with a nonzero value:

``````# Create the trap with
#    trap COMMAND SIGNAME [SIGNAME2 SIGNAME3...]
trap "rm -f /tmp/\$MYTMPFILE; exit 1" ERR INT TERM
command1
command2
command3
# Partially turn off the trap.
trap - ERR
# Now a control-C will still cause cleanup, but
# a nonzero exit code won't:
ps aux | grep blahblahblah
``````

Or, especially if you're using "set -e", you could trap EXIT; your trap will then be executed when the script exits for any reason, including a normal end, interrupts, an exit caused by the -e option, etc.

### what do these symbolic strings mean: %02d %01d?

% is a special character you put in format strings, for example in C language printf and scanf (and family), that basically says "this is a placeholder for something else, not to be printed/read literally."

For example, a `(%02d)` in a format string for printf is a placeholder for an integer variable that will be printed in decimal `(%02d)` and padded to at least two digits, with zeros if necessary.

The actual integer is supplied by you in an an argument to the function, e.g. `printf("%02d",5);` would print `05` on screen, `(%01d)` also works similarly

Same hold for Java and other languages too :)

### tmux set -g mouse-mode on doesn't work

Just a quick heads-up to anyone else who is losing their mind right now:

so that's just

`````` :setw -g mouse
``````

### How to change UINavigationBar background color from the AppDelegate

Swift:

``````self.navigationController?.navigationBar.barTintColor = UIColor.red
``````

### CSS selector for a checked radio button's label

UPDATE:

This only worked for me because our existing generated html was wacky, generating `label`s along with `radio`s and giving them both `checked` attribute.

Never mind, and big ups for Brilliand for bringing it up!

If your label is a sibling of a checkbox (which is usually the case), you can use the `~` sibling selector, and a `label[for=your_checkbox_id]` to address it... or give the label an id if you have multiple labels (like in this example where I use labels for buttons)

Came here looking for the same - but ended up finding my answer in the docs.

a `label` element with `checked` attribute can be selected like so:

``````label[checked] {
...
}
``````

I know it's an old question, but maybe it helps someone out there :)

### How do I count cells that are between two numbers in Excel?

Example-

For cells containing the values between 21-31, the formula is:

``````=COUNTIF(M\$7:M\$83,">21")-COUNTIF(M\$7:M\$83,">31")
``````

### Use a list of values to select rows from a pandas dataframe

You can use `isin` method:

``````In [1]: df = pd.DataFrame({'A': [5,6,3,4], 'B': [1,2,3,5]})

In [2]: df
Out[2]:
A  B
0  5  1
1  6  2
2  3  3
3  4  5

In [3]: df[df['A'].isin([3, 6])]
Out[3]:
A  B
1  6  2
2  3  3
``````

And to get the opposite use `~`:

``````In [4]: df[~df['A'].isin([3, 6])]
Out[4]:
A  B
0  5  1
3  4  5
``````

### Combine two OR-queries with AND in Mongoose

It's probably easiest to create your query object directly as:

``````  Test.find({
\$and: [
{ \$or: [{a: 1}, {b: 1}] },
{ \$or: [{c: 1}, {d: 1}] }
]
}, function (err, results) {
...
}
``````

But you can also use the `Query#and` helper that's available in recent 3.x Mongoose releases:

``````  Test.find()
.and([
{ \$or: [{a: 1}, {b: 1}] },
{ \$or: [{c: 1}, {d: 1}] }
])
.exec(function (err, results) {
...
});
``````

### Python MySQLdb TypeError: not all arguments converted during string formatting

The accepted answer by @kevinsa5 is correct, but you might be thinking "I swear this code used to work and now it doesn't," and you would be right.

There was an API change in the MySQLdb library between 1.2.3 and 1.2.5. The 1.2.3 versions supported

``````cursor.execute("SELECT * FROM foo WHERE bar = %s", 'baz')
``````

but the 1.2.5 versions require

``````cursor.execute("SELECT * FROM foo WHERE bar = %s", ['baz'])
``````

as the other answers state. I can't find the change in the changelogs, and it's possible the earlier behavior was considered a bug.

The Ubuntu 14.04 repository has python-mysqldb 1.2.3, but Ubuntu 16.04 and later have python-mysqldb 1.3.7+.

If you're dealing with a legacy codebase that requires the old behavior but your platform is a newish Ubuntu, install MySQLdb from PyPI instead:

``````\$ pip install MySQL-python==1.2.3
``````

### What are the rules for JavaScript's automatic semicolon insertion (ASI)?

First of all you should know which statements are affected by the automatic semicolon insertion (also known as ASI for brevity):

• empty statement
• `var` statement
• expression statement
• `do-while` statement
• `continue` statement
• `break` statement
• `return` statement
• `throw` statement

The concrete rules of ASI, are described in the specification §11.9.1 Rules of Automatic Semicolon Insertion

Three cases are described:

1. When an offending token is encountered that is not allowed by the grammar, a semicolon is inserted before it if:
• The token is separated from the previous token by at least one `LineTerminator`.
• The token is `}`

e.g.:

``````    { 1
2 } 3
``````

is transformed to

``````    { 1
;2 ;} 3;
``````

The `NumericLiteral` `1` meets the first condition, the following token is a line terminator.
The `2` meets the second condition, the following token is `}`.

1. When the end of the input stream of tokens is encountered and the parser is unable to parse the input token stream as a single complete Program, then a semicolon is automatically inserted at the end of the input stream.

e.g.:

``````    a = b
++c
``````

is transformed to:

``````    a = b;
++c;
``````
1. This case occurs when a token is allowed by some production of the grammar, but the production is a restricted production, a semicolon is automatically inserted before the restricted token.

Restricted productions:

``````    UpdateExpression :
LeftHandSideExpression [no LineTerminator here] ++
LeftHandSideExpression [no LineTerminator here] --

ContinueStatement :
continue ;
continue [no LineTerminator here] LabelIdentifier ;

BreakStatement :
break ;
break [no LineTerminator here] LabelIdentifier ;

ReturnStatement :
return ;
return [no LineTerminator here] Expression ;

ThrowStatement :
throw [no LineTerminator here] Expression ;

ArrowFunction :
ArrowParameters [no LineTerminator here] => ConciseBody

YieldExpression :
yield [no LineTerminator here] * AssignmentExpression
yield [no LineTerminator here] AssignmentExpression
``````

The classic example, with the `ReturnStatement`:

``````    return
"something";
``````

is transformed to

``````    return;
"something";
``````

### Remove all unused resources from an android project

In Android Studio 2.0 and above in menu select Refactor-->click on Remove Unused Resources...

(or)

shortcut also available

Press Ctlr+Alt+Shift+i one dialog box will apper, then type unused , you will find number of options select and remove unused resources

### How to create a DateTime equal to 15 minutes ago?

I have provide two methods for doing so for minutes as well as for years and hours if you want to see more examples:

``````import datetime
print(datetime.datetime.now())
print(datetime.datetime.now() - datetime.timedelta(minutes = 15))
print(datetime.datetime.now() + datetime.timedelta(minutes = -15))
print(datetime.timedelta(hours = 5))
print(datetime.datetime.now() + datetime.timedelta(days = 3))
print(datetime.datetime.now() + datetime.timedelta(days = -9))
print(datetime.datetime.now() - datetime.timedelta(days = 9))
``````

I get the following results:

``````2016-06-03 16:04:03.706615
2016-06-03 15:49:03.706622
2016-06-03 15:49:03.706642
5:00:00
2016-06-06 16:04:03.706665
2016-05-25 16:04:03.706676
2016-05-25 16:04:03.706687
2016-06-03
16:04:03.706716
``````

### Opening a CHM file produces: "navigation to the webpage was canceled"

Moving to local folder is the quickest solution, nothing else worked for me esp because I was not admin on my system (can't edit registery etc), which is a typical case in a work environment.

``````Create a folder in C:\help drive, lets call it help and copy the files there and open.
``````

Do not copy to mydocuments or anywhere else, those locations are usually on network drive in office setup and will not work.

### Where does forever store console.log output?

By default forever places all of the files it needs into /\$HOME/.forever. If you would like to change that location just set the FOREVER_ROOT environment variable when you are running forever:

``````FOREVER_ROOT=/etc/forever forever start index.js
``````

### Disable browser's back button

While i'm looking for the answer myself, "Best Practice" is.... outdated... Just like browsers are.(Really browsers are ugly fossils)

The best/safest solution would be for browsers to implement a method/request where the user can grant the page the ability to control the interface.

Why? Because for my current project i'm building a 100% JavaScript built and controlled interface.. And back button's have no place in my project since there is no page change. (Ie bloody fast and no page-flashes because of a refresh.. Just like a real application!)

I know why the ability to "highjack" the interface isn't there, and i understand it. But atleast we should have the ability to request it from the browser! Now that would truly be "best practice" without the highjack dangers.

But browsers being browsers.. I don't expect anything exiting to happen in this regard.

### Dynamically select data frame columns using \$ and a character value

``````mtcars[do.call(order, mtcars[cols]), ]
``````

### PDO support for multiple queries (PDO_MYSQL, PDO_MYSQLND)

Like thousands of people, I'm looking for this question:
Can run multiple queries simultaneously, and if there was one error, none would run I went to this page everywhere
But although the friends here gave good answers, these answers were not good for my problem
So I wrote a function that works well and has almost no problem with sql Injection.
It might be helpful for those who are looking for similar questions so I put them here to use

``````function arrayOfQuerys(\$arrayQuery)
{
\$mx = true;
\$conn->beginTransaction();
try {
foreach (\$arrayQuery AS \$item) {
\$stmt = \$conn->prepare(\$item["query"]);
\$stmt->execute(\$item["params"]);
\$result = \$stmt->rowCount();
if(\$result == 0)
\$mx = false;
}
if(\$mx == true)
\$conn->commit();
else
\$conn->rollBack();
} catch (Exception \$e) {
\$conn->rollBack();
echo "Failed: " . \$e->getMessage();
}
return \$mx;
}
``````

for use(example):

`````` \$arrayQuery = Array(
Array(
"query" => "UPDATE test SET title = ? WHERE test.id = ?",
"params" => Array("aa1", 1)
),
Array(
"query" => "UPDATE test SET title = ? WHERE test.id = ?",
"params" => Array("bb1", 2)
)
);
arrayOfQuerys(\$arrayQuery);
``````

and my connection:

``````    try {
\$options = array(
//For updates where newvalue = oldvalue PDOStatement::rowCount()   returns zero. You can use this:
PDO::MYSQL_ATTR_FOUND_ROWS => true
);
\$conn->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE, PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION);
} catch (PDOException \$e) {
echo "Error connecting to SQL Server: " . \$e->getMessage();
}
``````

Note:
This solution helps you to run multiple statement together,
If an incorrect a statement occurs, it does not execute any other statement

### View tabular file such as CSV from command line

There's this short command line script in python: https://github.com/rgrp/csv2ascii/blob/master/csv2ascii.py

``````csv2ascii.py [options] csv-file-path
``````

Convert csv file at `csv-file-path` to ascii form returning the result on stdout. If `csv-file-path` = '-' then read from stdin.

Options:

```  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
-w WIDTH, --width=WIDTH
Width of ascii output
-c COLUMNS, --columns=COLUMNS
Only display this number of columns
```

### Right HTTP status code to wrong input

According to the below scenario ,

Let's say that someone makes a request to your server with data that is in the correct format, but is simply not "good" data. So for example, imagine that someone posted a String value to an API endpoint that expected a String value; but, the value of the string contained data that was blacklisted (ex. preventing people from using "password" as their password). then the status code could be either 400 or 422 ?

Until now, I would have returned a "400 Bad Request", which, according to the w3.org, means:

The request could not be understood by the server due to malformed syntax. The client SHOULD NOT repeat the request without modifications.

This description doesn't quite fit the circumstance; but, if you go by the list of core HTTP status codes defined in the HTTP/1.1 protocol, it's probably your best bet.

Recently, however, Someone from my Dev team pointed out [to me] that popular APIs are starting to use HTTP extensions to get more granular with their error reporting. Specifically, many APIs, like Twitter and Recurly, are using the status code "422 Unprocessable Entity" as defined in the HTTP extension for WebDAV. HTTP status code 422 states:

The 422 (Unprocessable Entity) status code means the server understands the content type of the request entity (hence a 415 (Unsupported Media Type) status code is inappropriate), and the syntax of the request entity is correct (thus a 400 (Bad Request) status code is inappropriate) but was unable to process the contained instructions. For example, this error condition may occur if an XML request body contains well-formed (i.e., syntactically correct), but semantically erroneous, XML instructions.

Going back to our password example from above, this 422 status code feels much more appropriate. The server understands what you're trying to do; and it understands the data that you're submitting; it simply won't let that data be processed.

### How can I simulate a print statement in MySQL?

If you do not want to the text twice as column heading as well as value, use the following stmt!

```SELECT 'some text' as '';
Example:
mysql>SELECT 'some text' as '';
+-----------+
| |
+-----------+
| some text |
+-----------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)
```

### How to install a specific version of Node on Ubuntu?

The Node.js project recently pushed out a new stable version with the 0.10.0 release Use the following command on Ubuntu 13x sudo apt-get install nodejs=0.10.18-1chl1~raring1

### excel - if cell is not blank, then do IF statement

You need to use AND statement in your formula

=IF(AND(IF(NOT(ISBLANK(Q2));TRUE;FALSE);Q2<=R2);"1";"0")

And if both conditions are met, return 1.

### Convert audio files to mp3 using ffmpeg

If you have a folder and sub-folder full of wav's you want to convert, put below command in a file, save it in a .bat file in the root of the folder where you wan to convert, and then run the bat file

``````for /R %%g in (*.wav) do start /b /wait "" "C:\ffmpeg-4.0.1-win64-static\bin\ffmpeg" -threads 16 -i "%%g" -acodec libmp3lame "%%~dpng.mp3" && del "%%g"
``````

### Java: Casting Object to Array type

Your `values` object is obviously an `Object[]` containing a `String[]` containing the values.

``````String[] stringValues = (String[])values[0];
``````

### What's the use of session.flush() in Hibernate

The `flush()` method causes Hibernate to flush the session. You can configure Hibernate to use flushing mode for the session by using `setFlushMode()` method. To get the flush mode for the current session, you can use `getFlushMode()` method. To check, whether session is dirty, you can use `isDirty()` method. By default, Hibernate manages flushing of the sessions.

As stated in the documentation:

https://docs.jboss.org/hibernate/orm/5.2/userguide/html_single/chapters/flushing/Flushing.html

Flushing

Flushing is the process of synchronizing the state of the persistence context with the underlying database. The `EntityManager` and the Hibernate `Session` expose a set of methods, through which the application developer can change the persistent state of an entity.

The persistence context acts as a transactional write-behind cache, queuing any entity state change. Like any write-behind cache, changes are first applied in-memory and synchronized with the database during flush time. The flush operation takes every entity state change and translates it to an `INSERT`, `UPDATE` or `DELETE` statement.

The flushing strategy is given by the flushMode of the current running Hibernate Session. Although JPA defines only two flushing strategies (`AUTO` and `COMMIT`), Hibernate has a much broader spectrum of flush types:

• `ALWAYS`: Flushes the Session before every query;
• `AUTO`: This is the default mode and it flushes the Session only if necessary;
• `COMMIT`: The Session tries to delay the flush until the current Transaction is committed, although it might flush prematurely too;
• `MANUAL`: The Session flushing is delegated to the application, which must call `Session.flush()` explicitly in order to apply the persistence context changes.

By default, Hibernate uses the `AUTO` flush mode which triggers a flush in the following circumstances:

• prior to committing a Transaction;
• prior to executing a JPQL/HQL query that overlaps with the queued entity actions;
• before executing any native SQL query that has no registered synchronization.

### Testing socket connection in Python

You can use the function connect_ex. It doesn't throw an exception. Instead of that, returns a C style integer value (referred to as errno in C):

``````s =  socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
result = s.connect_ex((host, port))
s.close()
if result:
print "problem with socket!"
else:
print "everything it's ok!"
``````

### How to convert a NumPy array to PIL image applying matplotlib colormap

• input = numpy_image
• np.unit8 -> converts to integers
• convert('RGB') -> converts to RGB
• Image.fromarray -> returns an image object

``````from PIL import Image
import numpy as np

PIL_image = Image.fromarray(np.uint8(numpy_image)).convert('RGB')

PIL_image = Image.fromarray(numpy_image.astype('uint8'), 'RGB')
``````

### tr:hover not working

Also try this`tr:hover td {color: aqua;}` `

### How Do I Convert an Integer to a String in Excel VBA?

The shortest way without declaring the variable is with Type Hints :

``````s\$ =  123   ' s = "123"
i% = "123"  ' i =  123
``````

This will not compile with `Option Explicit`. The types will not be `Variant` but `String` and `Integer`

### What port is used by Java RMI connection?

The port is available here: `java.rmi.registry.Registry.REGISTRY_PORT` (1099)

### How to use filesaver.js

wll it looks like I found the answer, although I havent tested it yet

``````var blob = new Blob(["Hello, world!"], {type: "text/plain;charset=utf-8"});
saveAs(blob, "hello world.txt");
``````

Briefly, the way I have done this is:

1. Read the file (a db dump eg `\$ mysqldump db > db.sql`)

``````\$sql = file_get_contents(db.sql);
``````
2. Import it using mysqli::multi_query

``````if (\$mysqli->multi_query(\$sql)) {
\$mysqli->close();
} else {
throw new Exception (\$mysqli->error);
}
``````

Watch out mysqli_query supports async queries. More here: http://php.net/manual/en/mysqli.multi-query.php and here https://stackoverflow.com/a/6652908/2002493

### How do I find out what License has been applied to my SQL Server installation?

This shows the licence type and number of licences:

``````SELECT SERVERPROPERTY('LicenseType'), SERVERPROPERTY('NumLicenses')
``````

### Importing text file into excel sheet

you can write .WorkbookConnection.Delete after .Refresh BackgroundQuery:=False this will delete text file external connection.

# From Chrome 71

To clear a permanent redirect, go to chrome://settings/clearBrowserData and from there only clearing "cached images and files" cleared the redirect.

# Chrome 48-70

Go to chrome://net-internals. On the right of the top red status bar, click on the down arrow ? to open the drop-down menu, and under the "Tools" group, choose "Clear cache".

As of version 48, this was the only thing that worked for me to clear a cached 301.

### Why doesn't git recognize that my file has been changed, therefore git add not working

well we don't have enough to answer this question so I will give you several guesses:

1) you stashed your changes, to fix type: `git stash pop`

2) you had changes and you committed them, you should be able to see your commit in `git log`

3) you had changes did some sort of `git reset --hard` or other, your changes may be there in the reflog, type `git reflog --all` followed by checking out or cherry-picking the ref if you ever do find it.

4) you have checked out the same repo several times, and you are in the wrong one.

### ERROR 2003 (HY000): Can't connect to MySQL server on '127.0.0.1' (111)

You need to change the bind-address parameter to 127.0.0.1 in the mysql config file (my.ini or my.cnf) or use the one that is defined there.

If that doesn't work you should check that the mysql service is actually running.

### Pie chart with jQuery

jqPlot looks pretty good and it is open source.

Here's a link to the most impressive and up-to-date jqPlot examples.

### Regular expressions in C: examples?

It's probably not what you want, but a tool like re2c can compile POSIX(-ish) regular expressions to ANSI C. It's written as a replacement for `lex`, but this approach allows you to sacrifice flexibility and legibility for the last bit of speed, if you really need it.

### How to find a value in an excel column by vba code Cells.Find

``````Dim strFirstAddress As String
Dim searchlast As Range
Dim search As Range

Set search = ActiveSheet.Range("A1:A100")
Set searchlast = search.Cells(search.Cells.Count)

Set rngFindValue = ActiveSheet.Range("A1:A100").Find(Text, searchlast, xlValues)
If Not rngFindValue Is Nothing Then
Do
Set rngFindValue = search.FindNext(rngFindValue)
``````

### How should I declare default values for instance variables in Python?

Using class members for default values of instance variables is not a good idea, and it's the first time I've seen this idea mentioned at all. It works in your example, but it may fail in a lot of cases. E.g., if the value is mutable, mutating it on an unmodified instance will alter the default:

``````>>> class c:
...     l = []
...
>>> x = c()
>>> y = c()
>>> x.l
[]
>>> y.l
[]
>>> x.l.append(10)
>>> y.l
[10]
>>> c.l
[10]
``````

### How to delete an instantiated object Python?

`object.__del__(self)` is called when the instance is about to be destroyed.

``````>>> class Test:
...     def __del__(self):
...         print "deleted"
...
>>> test = Test()
>>> del test
deleted
``````

Object is not deleted unless all of its references are removed(As quoted by ethan)

Also, From Python official doc reference:

del x doesn’t directly call x.del() — the former decrements the reference count for x by one, and the latter is only called when x‘s reference count reaches zero

### How to remove outliers in boxplot in R?

See `?boxplot` for all the help you need.

`````` outline: if ‘outline’ is not true, the outliers are not drawn (as
points whereas S+ uses lines).

boxplot(x,horizontal=TRUE,axes=FALSE,outline=FALSE)
``````

And for extending the range of the whiskers and suppressing the outliers inside this range:

``````   range: this determines how far the plot whiskers extend out from the
box.  If ‘range’ is positive, the whiskers extend to the most
extreme data point which is no more than ‘range’ times the
interquartile range from the box. A value of zero causes the
whiskers to extend to the data extremes.

# change the value of range to change the whisker length
boxplot(x,horizontal=TRUE,axes=FALSE,range=2)
``````

### How to use string.substr() function?

As shown here, the second argument to `substr` is the length, not the ending position:

`string substr ( size_t pos = 0, size_t n = npos ) const;`

Generate substring

Returns a string object with its contents initialized to a substring of the current object. This substring is the character sequence that starts at character position `pos` and has a length of `n` characters.

Your line `b = a.substr(i,i+1);` will generate, for values of `i`:

``````substr(0,1) = 1
substr(1,2) = 23
substr(2,3) = 345
substr(3,4) = 45  (since your string stops there).
``````

What you need is `b = a.substr(i,2);`

You should also be aware that your output will look funny for a number like 12045. You'll get `12 20 4 45` due to the fact that you're using `atoi()` on the string section and outputting that integer. You might want to try just outputing the string itself which will be two characters long:

``````b = a.substr(i,2);
cout << b << " ";
``````

In fact, the entire thing could be more simply written as:

``````#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;
int main(void) {
string a;
cin >> a;
for (int i = 0; i < a.size() - 1; i++)
cout << a.substr(i,2) << " ";
cout << endl;
return 0;
}
``````

### Call Javascript function from URL/address bar

you can use like this situation: for example, you have a page: `http://www.example.com/page.php` then in that page.php, insert this code:

``````if (!empty(\$_GET['doaction']) && \$_GET['doaction'] == blabla ){
}
``````

then, whenever you visit this url: `http://www.example.com/page.php?doaction=blabla`

then the alert will be automatically called.

### Redefine tab as 4 spaces

To define this on a permanent basis for the current user, create (or edit) the `.vimrc` file:

``````\$ vim ~/.vimrc
``````

Then, paste the configuration below into the file. Once vim is restarted, the tab settings will apply.

``````set tabstop=4       " The width of a TAB is set to 4.
" Still it is a \t. It is just that
" Vim will interpret it to be having
" a width of 4.

set shiftwidth=4    " Indents will have a width of 4

set softtabstop=4   " Sets the number of columns for a TAB

set expandtab       " Expand TABs to spaces
``````

### Undo a merge by pull request?

Starting June 24th, 2014, you can try cancel a PR easily (See "Reverting a pull request") with:

Introducing the Revert Button

you can easily revert a pull request on GitHub by clicking Revert:

You'll be prompted to create a new pull request with the reverted changes:

It remains to be tested though if that revert uses `-m` or not (for reverting merges as well)

That is the expected behavior, it created a new branch and you can create a PR from this new branch to your `master`.
This way in the future you can un-revert the revert if need be, it is safest option and not directly changing your `master`.

Warning: Korayem points out in the comments that:

After a revert, let's say you did some further changes on Git branch and created a new PR from same source/destination branch.
You will find the PR showing only new changes, but nothing of what was there before reverting.

Korayem refers us to "Github: Changes ignored after revert (`git cherry-pick`, `git rebase`)" for more.

### How to pass query parameters with a routerLink

`queryParams`

`queryParams` is another input of `routerLink` where they can be passed like

``````<a [routerLink]="['../']" [queryParams]="{prop: 'xxx'}">Somewhere</a>
``````

`fragment`

``````<a [routerLink]="['../']" [queryParams]="{prop: 'xxx'}" [fragment]="yyy">Somewhere</a>
``````

`routerLinkActiveOptions`

To also get routes active class set on parent routes:

``````[routerLinkActiveOptions]="{ exact: false }"
``````

To pass query parameters to `this.router.navigate(...)` use

``````let navigationExtras: NavigationExtras = {
queryParams: { 'session_id': sessionId },
fragment: 'anchor'
};

// Navigate to the login page with extras
``````

Here is a good short video explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Acm-MD_6934

According to Ecma International Identifier Names are tokens that are interpreted according to the grammar given in the “Identifiers” section of chapter 5 of the Unicode standard, with some small modifications. An Identifier is an IdentifierName that is not a ReservedWord (see 7.6.1). The Unicode identifier grammar is based on both normative and informative character categories specified by the Unicode Standard. The characters in the specified categories in version 3.0 of the Unicode standard must be treated as in those categories by all conforming ECMAScript implementations.this standard specifies specific character additions:

The dollar sign (\$) and the underscore (_) are permitted anywhere in an IdentifierName.

Further reading can be found on: http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/5.1/#sec-7.6

Ecma International is an industry association founded in 1961 and dedicated to the standardization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Consumer Electronics (CE).

### TortoiseGit-git did not exit cleanly (exit code 1)

``````Right click -> TortoiseGit -> Settings -> Network
SSH client was pointing to C:\Program Files\TortoiseGit\bin\TortoisePlink.exe
Changed path to C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\ssh.exe
``````

### HTTP Error 403.14 - Forbidden - The Web server is configured to not list the contents of this directory

In my case

In Application Pool i set .NetFrameWork version to V4.0 and solved problem ....

if multiple myslq running on same port no enter image description here

Right click on wamp and test port 3306 if its wampmysqld64 its correct else change port no and restart server

### How to make an autocomplete TextBox in ASP.NET?

Try this: .aspx page

``````<td>
<asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server" AutoPostBack="True"OnTextChanged="TextBox1_TextChanged"></asp:TextBox>
<asp:AutoCompleteExtender ServiceMethod="GetCompletionList" MinimumPrefixLength="1"
CompletionInterval="10" EnableCaching="false" CompletionSetCount="1" TargetControlID="TextBox1"
ID="AutoCompleteExtender1" runat="server" FirstRowSelected="false">
</asp:AutoCompleteExtender>
``````

Now To auto populate from database :

``````public static List<string> GetCompletionList(string prefixText, int count)
{
return AutoFillProducts(prefixText);

}

private static List<string> AutoFillProducts(string prefixText)
{
using (SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection())
{
con.ConnectionString = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["Conn"].ConnectionString;
using (SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand())
{
com.CommandText = "select ProductName from ProdcutMaster where " + "ProductName like @Search + '%'";
com.Connection = con;
con.Open();
List<string> countryNames = new List<string>();
{
{
}
}
con.Close();
return countryNames;
}
}
}
``````

Now:create a stored Procedure that fetches the Product details depending on the selected product from the Auto Complete Text Box.

``````Create Procedure GetProductDet
(
@ProductName varchar(50)
)
as
begin
Select BrandName,warranty,Price from ProdcutMaster where ProductName=@ProductName
End
``````

Create a function name to get product details ::

``````private void GetProductMasterDet(string ProductName)
{
connection();
com = new SqlCommand("GetProductDet", con);
com.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure;
DataSet ds=new DataSet();
da.Fill(ds);
DataTable dt = ds.Tables[0];
con.Close();
//Binding TextBox From dataTable
txtbrandName.Text =dt.Rows[0]["BrandName"].ToString();
txtwarranty.Text = dt.Rows[0]["warranty"].ToString();
txtPrice.Text = dt.Rows[0]["Price"].ToString();
}
``````

Auto post back should be true

``````<asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server" AutoPostBack="True" OnTextChanged="TextBox1_TextChanged"></asp:TextBox>
``````

Now, Just call this function

``````protected void TextBox1_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
//calling method and Passing Values
GetProductMasterDet(TextBox1.Text);
}
``````

### java.net.MalformedURLException: no protocol on URL based on a string modified with URLEncoder

This code worked for me

``````public static void main(String[] args) {
try {
java.net.URL myUr = new java.net.URL("http://path");
System.out.println("Instantiated new URL: " + connection_url);
}
catch (MalformedURLException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
``````

Instantiated new URL: http://path

### Can I apply the required attribute to <select> fields in HTML5?

You need to set the `value` attribute of `option` to the empty string:

``````<select name="status" required>
<option selected disabled value="">what's your status?</option>
<option value="code">coding</option>
<option value="sleep">sleeping</option>
</select>
``````

`select` will return the `value` of the selected `option` to the server when the user presses `submit` on the `form`. An empty `value` is the same as an empty `text` input -> raising the `required` message.

w3schools

The value attribute specifies the value to be sent to a server when a form is submitted.

Example

### How to handle a lost KeyStore password in Android?

For anyone else who may run across this, I wanted to share an answer that may be the case for you or for others browsing this article (like myself).

I am using Eclipse and created my keystore in it for my 1.0 release. Fast forward 3 months and I wanted to update it to 1.1. When I chose Export... in Eclipse and chose that keystore, none of my passwords that I could remember worked. Every time it said "Keystore tampered with or password incorrect." It got to a point where I was getting ready to run a brute force program on it for as long as I could stand (a week or so) to try to get it to work.

Luckily, I to sign my unsigned .apk file outside of Eclipse. Voila - it worked! My password had been correct the entire time! I'm not sure why, but signing it in Eclipse through the Export menu was reporting an error even when my password was correct.

So, if you're getting this error, here are my steps (taken from Android documentation) to help you get your apk ready for the market.

NOTE: To get unsigned apk from Eclipse: Right-click project > Android Tools > Export Unsigned Application

1. Sign unsigned apk file with keystore

a. open administrator cmd prompt and go to "c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_25\bin" or whatever version of java you have (where you have copied the unsigned apk file and your keystore)

b. at cmd prompt with keystore file and unsigned apk in same directory, type this command: jarsigner -keystore mykeystorename.keystore -verbose unsigned.apk myaliasnamefromkeystore

c. it will say: "Enter Passphrase for keystore:". Enter it and press Return.

d. ===> Success looks like this:

``````adding: META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
...
signing: classes.dex
``````

e. the unsigned version is overwritten in place, so your signed apk file is now at the same file name as the unsigned one

2. Use ZipAlign to compact the signed apk file for distribution in the market

a. open admin cmd prompt and go to "c:\AndroidSDK\tools" or wherever you installed the Android SDK

b. enter this command: zipalign -v 4 signed.apk signedaligned.apk

c. ===> Success looks like this:

``````Verifying alignment of signedaligned.apk (4)
50 META-INF/MANIFEST.MF (OK - compressed)
...
1047129 classes.dex (OK - compressed)
Verification succesful
``````

d. the signed and aligned file is at signedaligned.apk (the filename you specified in the previous command)

========> READY TO SUBMIT TO MARKETPLACE

### Error: Cannot find module 'ejs'

I installed `ejs` using command `npm install ejs` in express directory level and this solved my problem.

i have install express using steps mention in express guide http://expressjs.com/guide.html

### Custom Date Format for Bootstrap-DatePicker

``````var type={
format:"DD, d MM, yy"
};
\$('.classname').datepicker(type.format);
``````

### Make anchor link go some pixels above where it's linked to

I just found an easy solution for myself. Had an margin-top of 15px

HTML

``````<h2 id="Anchor">Anchor</h2>
``````

CSS

``````h2{margin-top:-60px; padding-top:75px;}
``````

### How to remove illegal characters from path and filenames?

These are all great solutions, but they all rely on `Path.GetInvalidFileNameChars`, which may not be as reliable as you'd think. Notice the following remark in the MSDN documentation on `Path.GetInvalidFileNameChars`:

The array returned from this method is not guaranteed to contain the complete set of characters that are invalid in file and directory names. The full set of invalid characters can vary by file system. For example, on Windows-based desktop platforms, invalid path characters might include ASCII/Unicode characters 1 through 31, as well as quote ("), less than (<), greater than (>), pipe (|), backspace (\b), null (\0) and tab (\t).

It's not any better with `Path.GetInvalidPathChars` method. It contains the exact same remark.

### Regex: Check if string contains at least one digit

In Java:

``````public boolean containsNumber(String string)
{
return string.matches(".*\\d+.*");
}
``````

### How do I install jmeter on a Mac?

Unzip file

Ensure you install a version of JAVA which is compatible, Java 6 or 7 for JMeter 2.11

In bin folder click on jmeter.sh not on jar or execute `sh ./apache-jmeter-x.x.x/bin/jmeter` in the terminal.

x.x.x is the version you use.

Finally, when started you may want to select System Look and feel for Mac OSX better integration. Menu > Options > Look and Feel > System

### Simplest/cleanest way to implement a singleton in JavaScript

I like to use a combination of the singleton pattern with the module pattern, and init-time branching with a Global NS check, wrapped within a closure.

In a case where the environment isn't going to change after the initialization of the singleton, the use of an immediately invoked object-literal to return a module full of utilities that will persist for some duration should be fine.

I'm not passing any dependencies, just invoking the singletons within their own little world - the only goal being to: create a utilities module for event binding / unbinding (device orientation / orientation changes could also work in this case).

``````window.onload = ( function( _w ) {
console.log.apply( console, ['it', 'is', 'on'] );
( {
globalNS : function() {
var nameSpaces = ["utils", "eventUtils"],
nsLength = nameSpaces.length,
possibleNS = null;

outerLoop:
for ( var i = 0; i < nsLength; i++ ) {
if ( !window[nameSpaces[i]] ) {
window[nameSpaces[i]] = this.utils;
break outerLoop;
};
};
},
utils : {
removeListener : null
},
listenerTypes : {
addEvent : function( el, type, fn ) {
},
removeEvent : function( el, type, fn ) {
el.removeEventListener( type, fn, false );
},
attachEvent : function( el, type, fn ) {
el.attachEvent( 'on'+type, fn );
},
detatchEvent : function( el, type, fn ) {
el.detachEvent( 'on'+type, fn );
}
},
buildUtils : function() {
if ( typeof window.addEventListener === 'function' ) {
this.utils.removeListener = this.listenerTypes.removeEvent;
} else {
this.utils.attachEvent = this.listenerTypes.attachEvent;
this.utils.removeListener = this.listenerTypes.detatchEvent;
};
this.globalNS();
},
init : function() {
this.buildUtils();
}
} ).init();
} ( window ) );
``````

### Override default Spring-Boot application.properties settings in Junit Test

If you're using Spring 5.2.5 and Spring Boot 2.2.6 and want to override just a few properties instead of the whole file. You can use the new annotation: @DynamicPropertySource

``````@SpringBootTest
@Testcontainers
class ExampleIntegrationTests {

@Container
static Neo4jContainer<?> neo4j = new Neo4jContainer<>();

@DynamicPropertySource
static void neo4jProperties(DynamicPropertyRegistry registry) {
}
}
``````

### Adding 'serial' to existing column in Postgres

Look at the following commands (especially the commented block).

``````DROP TABLE foo;
DROP TABLE bar;

CREATE TABLE foo (a int, b text);
CREATE TABLE bar (a serial, b text);

INSERT INTO foo (a, b) SELECT i, 'foo ' || i::text FROM generate_series(1, 5) i;
INSERT INTO bar (b) SELECT 'bar ' || i::text FROM generate_series(1, 5) i;

-- blocks of commands to turn foo into bar
CREATE SEQUENCE foo_a_seq;
ALTER TABLE foo ALTER COLUMN a SET DEFAULT nextval('foo_a_seq');
ALTER TABLE foo ALTER COLUMN a SET NOT NULL;
ALTER SEQUENCE foo_a_seq OWNED BY foo.a;    -- 8.2 or later

SELECT MAX(a) FROM foo;
SELECT setval('foo_a_seq', 5);  -- replace 5 by SELECT MAX result

INSERT INTO foo (b) VALUES('teste');
INSERT INTO bar (b) VALUES('teste');

SELECT * FROM foo;
SELECT * FROM bar;
``````

### How to test if list element exists?

The best way to check for named elements is to use `exist()`, however the above answers are not using the function properly. You need to use the `where` argument to check for the variable within the list.

``````foo <- list(a=42, b=NULL)

exists('a', where=foo) #TRUE
exists('b', where=foo) #TRUE
exists('c', where=foo) #FALSE
``````

### JQuery - Storing ajax response into global variable

Just use this. simple and effective:

``````var y;

function something(x){
return x;
}

\$.get(bunch of codes, function (data){

y=something(data);
)}

//anywhere else
console.log(y);
``````

### docker unauthorized: authentication required - upon push with successful login

I had the same problem but i fixed it with push with specified url. as: docker login -u https://index.docker.io/v1/

console output:

``````The push refers to a repository [docker.io/<username>/richcity]
4db5654f7a64: Preparing
ce71ae73bc60: Preparing
e8e980243ee4: Preparing
d773e991f7d2: Preparing
bae23f4bbe95: Waiting
5f70bf18a086: Waiting
3d3e4e34386e: Waiting
e72d5d9d5d30: Waiting
8d1d75696199: Waiting
bdf5b19f60a4: Waiting
c8bd8922fbb7: Waiting
unauthorized: authentication required

The push refers to a repository [docker.io/<username>/richcity]
4db5654f7a64: Pushed
ce71ae73bc60: Pushed
e8e980243ee4: Pushed
d773e991f7d2: Pushed
bae23f4bbe95: Pushed
5f70bf18a086: Pushed
3d3e4e34386e: Pushing [=============>                                     ] 45.07 MB/165.4 MB
e72d5d9d5d30: Pushed
8d1d75696199: Pushing [>                                                  ] 1.641 MB/118.1 MB
bdf5b19f60a4: Pushing [============>                                      ]   142 MB/568.4 MB
c8bd8922fbb7: Pushing [========================>                          ] 59.44 MB/121.8 MB
``````

### What is the difference between active and passive FTP?

Redacted version of my article FTP Connection Modes (Active vs. Passive):

FTP connection mode (active or passive), determines how a data connection is established. In both cases, a client creates a TCP control connection to an FTP server command port 21. This is a standard outgoing connection, as with any other file transfer protocol (SFTP, SCP, WebDAV) or any other TCP client application (e.g. web browser). So, usually there are no problems when opening the control connection.

Where FTP protocol is more complicated comparing to the other file transfer protocols are file transfers. While the other protocols use the same connection for both session control and file (data) transfers, the FTP protocol uses a separate connection for the file transfers and directory listings.

In the active mode, the client starts listening on a random port for incoming data connections from the server (the client sends the FTP command `PORT` to inform the server on which port it is listening). Nowadays, it is typical that the client is behind a firewall (e.g. built-in Windows firewall) or NAT router (e.g. ADSL modem), unable to accept incoming TCP connections.

For this reason the passive mode was introduced and is mostly used nowadays. Using the passive mode is preferable because most of the complex configuration is done only once on the server side, by experienced administrator, rather than individually on a client side, by (possibly) inexperienced users.

In the passive mode, the client uses the control connection to send a `PASV` command to the server and then receives a server IP address and server port number from the server, which the client then uses to open a data connection to the server IP address and server port number received.

#### Network Configuration for Passive Mode

With the passive mode, most of the configuration burden is on the server side. The server administrator should setup the server as described below.

The firewall and NAT on the FTP server side have to be configured not only to allow/route the incoming connections on FTP port 21 but also a range of ports for the incoming data connections. Typically, the FTP server software has a configuration option to setup a range of the ports, the server will use. And the same range has to be opened/routed on the firewall/NAT.

When the FTP server is behind a NAT, it needs to know it's external IP address, so it can provide it to the client in a response to `PASV` command.

#### Network Configuration for Active Mode

With the active mode, most of the configuration burden is on the client side.

The firewall (e.g. Windows firewall) and NAT (e.g. ADSL modem routing rules) on the client side have to be configured to allow/route a range of ports for the incoming data connections. To open the ports in Windows, go to Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall > Advanced Settings > Inbound Rules > New Rule. For routing the ports on the NAT (if any), refer to its documentation.

When there's NAT in your network, the FTP client needs to know its external IP address that the WinSCP needs to provide to the FTP server using `PORT` command. So that the server can correctly connect back to the client to open the data connection. Some FTP clients are capable of autodetecting the external IP address, some have to be manually configured.

#### Smart Firewalls/NATs

Some firewalls/NATs try to automatically open/close data ports by inspecting FTP control connection and/or translate the data connection IP addresses in control connection traffic.

With such a firewall/NAT, the above configuration is not necessary for a plain unencrypted FTP. But this cannot work with FTPS, as the control connection traffic is encrypted and the firewall/NAT cannot inspect nor modify it.

### \$this->session->set_flashdata() and then \$this->session->flashdata() doesn't work in codeigniter

``````// Set flash data
\$this->session->set_flashdata('message_name', 'This is my message');
// After that you need to used redirect function instead of load view such as

// Get Flash data on view
\$this->session->flashdata('message_name');
``````

### How to have Ellipsis effect on Text

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contentClass:{_x000D_
overflow: 'hidden',_x000D_
textOverflow: 'ellipsis',_x000D_
display: '-webkit-box',_x000D_
WebkitLineClamp:1,_x000D_
WebkitBoxOrient:'vertical'_x000D_
}   _x000D_
})``````
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{'content'}_x000D_
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}``````
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### php check if array contains all array values from another array

``````function array_keys_exist(\$searchForKeys = array(), \$searchableArray) {
\$searchableArrayKeys = array_keys(\$searchableArray);

return count(array_intersect(\$searchForKeys, \$searchableArrayKeys)) == count(\$searchForKeys);
}
``````

### Why can't I make a vector of references?

The component type of containers like vectors must be assignable. References are not assignable (you can only initialize them once when they are declared, and you cannot make them reference something else later). Other non-assignable types are also not allowed as components of containers, e.g. `vector<const int>` is not allowed.

### How to output (to a log) a multi-level array in a format that is human-readable?

`echo '<pre>';`

``````\$output = print_r(\$array,1);
``````

`echo '</pre>';`

EDIT

using `echo '<pre>';` is useless, but `var_export(\$var);` will do the thing which you are expecting.

### What is the difference between And and AndAlso in VB.NET?

A simple way to think about it is using even plainer English

``````If Bool1 And Bool2 Then
If [both are true] Then

If Bool1 AndAlso Bool2 Then
If [first is true then evaluate the second] Then
``````

### Converting a string to JSON object

I had the same problem with a similar string like yours

``````{id:1,field1:"someField"},{id:2,field1:"someOtherField"}
``````

The problem here is the structure of the string. The json parser wasn't recognizing that it needs to create 2 objects in this case. So what I did is kind of silly, I just re-structured my string and added the `[]` with this the parser recognized

``````var myString = {id:1,field1:"someField"},{id:2,field1:"someOtherField"}
myString = '[' + myString +']'
var json = \$.parseJSON(myString)
``````

Hope it helps,

If anyone has a more elegant approach please share.

### What does the "no version information available" error from linux dynamic linker mean?

How are you compiling your app? What compiler flags?

In my experience, when targeting the vast realm of Linux systems out there, build your packages on the oldest version you are willing to support, and because more systems tend to be backwards compatible, your app will continue to work. Actually this is the whole reason for library versioning - ensuring backward compatibility.

### How can I switch my git repository to a particular commit

All the above commands create a new branch and with the latest commit being the one specified in the command, but just in case you want your current branch `HEAD` to move to the specified commit, below is the command:

`````` git checkout <commit_hash>
``````

It detaches and point the `HEAD` to specified commit and saves from creating a new branch when the user just wants to view the branch state till that particular commit.

You then might want to go back to the latest commit & fix the detached HEAD:

changing `templateUrl: ''` to `template: ''` fixed it

### Read specific columns with pandas or other python module

Got a solution to above problem in a different way where in although i would read entire csv file, but would tweek the display part to show only the content which is desired.

``````import pandas as pd

print df[['star_name', 'ra']]
``````

This one could help in some of the scenario's in learning basics and filtering data on the basis of columns in dataframe.

### PHP is not recognized as an internal or external command in command prompt

You need to Go to My Computer->properties -> Advanced system setting

Now click on Environment Variables..

Add ;C:\xampp\php in path variable value

Now restart command prompt DONE!

Note: Make sure you run CMD via run as administrator

Visit Here to get your required jar files of JSTL.

and to get any of your required jar files visit HERE

### Opening new window in HTML for target="_blank"

You can't influence neither type (tab/window) nor dimensions that way. You'll have to use JavaScript's window.open() for that.

### Android Studio with Google Play Services

I've got this working after doing the following:

• After that add the jar to your build path through making a library or add the jar to another library. I generally have a single IDEA library which I add all my /libs/*.jar files to.
• Add the library to your modules build path through Module Settings (F4).
• Done!

Note: This doesn't give me the runtime exceptions either, it works.

### Rename master branch for both local and remote Git repositories

The selected answer failed when I tried it. It throws an error: `refusing to delete the current branch: refs/heads/master`. I guess I'll post what works for me:

``````git checkout master             # if not in master already

git branch placeholder          # create placeholder branch
git checkout placeholder        # checkout to placeholder
git push remote placeholder     # push placeholder to remote repository

git branch -d master            # remove master in local repository
git push remote :master         # remove master from remote repository.
``````

The trick is to checkout to the placeholder right before pushing it to remote repository. The rest is self explanatory, deleting the master branch and push it to the remote repository should works now. Excerpted from here.

### What is the list of supported languages/locales on Android?

First we need to plan how the application will render differently in different locals. Here it shows example, where the text string and images have to go.

``````de-rDE German / Germany res/values-de/ res/drawable-de-rDE/
fr-rFR French / France res/values-fr/ res/drawable-fr-rFR/
fr-rCA French / Canada res/values-fr/ res/drawable-fr-rCA/
en-rCA English / Canada (res/values/) res/drawable-en-rCA/
ja-rJP Japanese / Japan res/values-ja/ res/drawable-ja-rJP/
en-rUS English / United States (res/values/) res/drawable-en-rUS/
``````

### jQuery Scroll to Div

The script below is a generic solution that works for me. It is based on ideas pulled from this and other threads.

When a link with an href attribute beginning with "#" is clicked, it scrolls the page smoothly to the indicated div. Where only the "#" is present, it scrolls smoothly to the top of the page.

``````\$('a[href^=#]').click(function(){
event.preventDefault();
var target = \$(this).attr('href');
if (target == '#')
\$('html, body').animate({scrollTop : 0}, 600);
else
\$('html, body').animate({
scrollTop: \$(target).offset().top - 100
}, 600);
});
``````

For example, When the code above is present, clicking a link with the tag `<a href="#">` scrolls to the top of the page at speed 600. Clicking a link with the tag `<a href="#mydiv">` scrolls to 100px above `<div id="mydiv">` at speed 600. Feel free to change these numbers.

I hope it helps!

### Using Pipes within ngModel on INPUT Elements in Angular

``````<input [ngModel]="item.value | currency" (ngModelChange)="item.value=\$event"
name="name" type="text" />
``````

I would like to add one more point to the accepted answer.

If the type of your input control is not text the pipe will not work.

Keep it in mind and save your time.

### How to access parameters in a Parameterized Build?

You can also try using parameters directive for making your build parameterized and accessing parameters:

Example:

``````pipeline{

agent { node { label 'test' } }
options { skipDefaultCheckout() }

parameters {
string(name: 'suiteFile', defaultValue: '', description: 'Suite File')
}
stages{

stage('Initialize'){

steps{

echo "\${params.suiteFile}"

}
}
}
``````

### JavaScript Infinitely Looping slideshow with delays?

You are calling `setTimeout()` ten times in a row, so they all expire almost at the same time. What you actually want is this:

``````window.onload = function start() {
slide(10);
}
function slide(repeats) {
if (repeats > 0) {
document.getElementById('container').style.marginLeft='-600px';
document.getElementById('container').style.marginLeft='-1200px';
document.getElementById('container').style.marginLeft='-1800px';
document.getElementById('container').style.marginLeft='0px';
window.setTimeout(
function(){
slide(repeats - 1)
},
3000
);
}
}
``````

This will call slide(10), which will then set the 3-second timeout to call slide(9), which will set timeout to call slide(8), etc. When slide(0) is called, no more timeouts will be set up.

### illegal character in path

Try this:

``````string path = @"C:\Program Files (x86)\test software\myapp\demo.exe";
``````

Currently the method to add the listener to the map would be

``````map.addListener('click', function(e) {
placeMarker(e.latLng, map);
});
``````

And not

``````google.maps.event.addListener(map, 'click', function(e) {
placeMarker(e.latLng, map);
});
``````

Reference

Try CSS Generator.

You can choose values and see the results online. Then you get the code in the clipboard.
This is one example of generated code:

``````text-shadow: 1px 1px 2px #a8aaad;
``````

### HTML 5 Geo Location Prompt in Chrome

For an easy workaround, just copy the HTML file to some cloud share, such as Dropbox, and use the shared link in your browser. Easy.

### How can you customize the numbers in an ordered list?

There is the Type attribute which allows you to change the numbering style, however, you cannot change the full stop after the number/letter.

``````<ol type="a">
<li>Turn left on Maple Street</li>
<li>Turn right on Clover Court</li>
</ol>
``````

### Internet Explorer cache location

I don't know the answer for XP, but for latter:

`%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Low` and `%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5` - these are cache locations. Other mentioned `%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files` but this not a cache in this directory there are just a reflection of files that are stored somewhere else.

But you can enum `%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files` and get all files you need, but you should be frustrated that file walker do not detect everything that explorer shows.

Also if you use links I gave you may need ExpandEnvironmentStrings from WinAPI.

### How to set Meld as git mergetool

For windows add the path for meld is like below:

`````` git config --global mergetool.meld.path C:\\Meld_run\\Meld.exe
``````

### VBA (Excel) Initialize Entire Array without Looping

This function works with variables for size and initial value it combines tbur & Filipe responses.

``````Function ArrayIniValue(iSize As Integer, iValue As Integer)
Dim sIndex As String
sIndex = "INDEX(Row(1:" & iSize & "),)"
ArrayIniValue = Evaluate("=Transpose(" & sIndex & "-" & sIndex & "+" & iValue & ")")
End Function
``````

Called this way:

``````myArray = ArrayIniValue(350, 13)
``````

### MySQL - Using If Then Else in MySQL UPDATE or SELECT Queries

Here's a query to update a table based on a comparison of another table. If record is not found in tableB, it will update the "active" value to "n". If it's found, will set the value to NULL

``````UPDATE tableA
LEFT JOIN tableB ON tableA.id = tableB.id
SET active = IF(tableB.id IS NULL, 'n', NULL)";
``````

Hope this helps someone else.

### Eclipse IDE: How to zoom in on text?

Here is a cool way of ensuring zoom in and zoom out with mouse scroll-wheel in the Eclipse Editor. This one takes inspiration from the solution above from naveed ahmad which was not working for me.

1) First download Autohotkey from http://www.autohotkey.com/ and install it, then run it.

4) Restart Eclipse.

5) Add the following Autohotkey script, save it then reload it (right click on Autohotkey icon in taskbar and click "Reload this script")

``````; Ctrl + MouseWheel zooming in Eclipse Editor.
#IfWinActive ahk_class SWT_Window0
#IfWinActive
``````

And you should be done. You can now zoom in or zoom out with ctrl+mousewheel up and ctrl+mousewheel down. The only caveat is that Autohotkey must be running for this solution to work so ensure that it starts with Windows or run it just before firing Eclipse up. Works fine in Eclipse Kepler and Luna.

### assigning column names to a pandas series

You can create a dict and pass this as the data param to the dataframe constructor:

``````In [235]:

df = pd.DataFrame({'Gene':s.index, 'count':s.values})
df
Out[235]:
Gene  count
0  Ezh2      2
1  Hmgb      7
2  Irf1      1
``````

Alternatively you can create a df from the series, you need to call `reset_index` as the index will be used and then rename the columns:

``````In [237]:

df = pd.DataFrame(s).reset_index()
df.columns = ['Gene', 'count']
df
Out[237]:
Gene  count
0  Ezh2      2
1  Hmgb      7
2  Irf1      1
``````

### jQuery remove selected option from this

\$('#some_select_box option:selected').remove();

### Create Directory if it doesn't exist with Ruby

You are probably trying to create nested directories. Assuming `foo` does not exist, you will receive `no such file or directory` error for:

``````Dir.mkdir 'foo/bar'
# => Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory - 'foo/bar'
``````

To create nested directories at once, `FileUtils` is needed:

``````require 'fileutils'
FileUtils.mkdir_p 'foo/bar'
# => ["foo/bar"]
``````

Edit2: you do not have to use `FileUtils`, you may do system call (update from @mu is too short comment):

``````> system 'mkdir', '-p', 'foo/bar' # worse version: system 'mkdir -p "foo/bar"'
=> true
``````

But that seems (at least to me) as worse approach as you are using external 'tool' which may be unavailable on some systems (although I can hardly imagine system without `mkdir`, but who knows).

### AngularJS - Binding radio buttons to models with boolean values

if you are using boolean variable to bind the radio button. please refer below sample code

``````<div ng-repeat="book in books">
ng-click="function(\$event)">
</div>
``````

### How to add Drop-Down list (<select>) programmatically?

Here's an ES6 version, conversion to vanilla JS shouldn't be too hard but I already have jQuery anyways:

_x000D_
_x000D_
``````function select(options, selected) {_x000D_
return Object.entries(options).reduce((r, [k, v]) => r.append(\$('<option>').val(k).text(v)), \$('<select>')).val(selected);_x000D_
}_x000D_
\$('body').append(select({'option1': 'label 1', 'option2': 'label 2'}, 'option2'));``````
_x000D_
``<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.0/jquery.min.js"></script>``
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

### Variable might not have been initialized error

You declared them but did not provide them with an intial value - thus, they're unintialized. Try something like:

``````public static Rand searchCount (int[] x)
{
int a = 0 ;
int b = 0 ;
``````

and the warnings should go away.

### sort files by date in PHP

I use your exact proposed code with only some few additional lines. The idea is more or less the same of the one proposed by @elias, but in this solution there cannot be conflicts on the keys since each file in the directory has a different filename and so adding it to the key solves the conflicts. The first part of the key is the datetime string formatted in a manner such that I can lexicographically compare two of them.

``````if (\$handle = opendir('.')) {
\$result = array();
while (false !== (\$file = readdir(\$handle))) {
if (\$file != "." && \$file != "..") {
\$lastModified = date('F d Y, H:i:s',filemtime(\$file));
if(strlen(\$file)-strpos(\$file,".swf")== 4){
\$result [date('Y-m-d H:i:s',filemtime(\$file)).\$file] =
"<tr><td><input type=\"checkbox\" name=\"box[]\"></td><td><a href=\"\$file\" target=\"_blank\">\$file</a></td><td>\$lastModified</td></tr>";
}
}
}
closedir(\$handle);
krsort(\$result);
echo implode('', \$result);
}
``````

### Groovy write to file (newline)

I came across this question and inspired by other contributors. I need to append some content to a file once per line. Here is what I did.

``````class Doh {
def ln = System.getProperty('line.separator')
File file //assume it's initialized

void append(String content) {
file << "\$content\$ln"
}
}
``````

Pretty neat I think :)

### Running Jupyter via command line on Windows

Please try either of these commands first;

``````\$ py -m notebook
\$ python -m notebook
``````

for jupyterlab users

``````py -m jupyterlab
``````

Otherwise

``````\$ python -m pip install jupyter --user
\$ jupyter notebook
``````

If this does not work.

pip does not add jupyter directly to path for local.

The output from

``````\$ which python
``````

After some digging I found a executable for jupyter in the folder:

``````C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Python\Python35\Scripts\jupyter.exe
``````

Difference between local and roaming folder

So if you want to be able to execute a program via command line, you need to add it into the %PATH variable. Here is a powershell script to do it. BE SURE TO ADD THE ";" before adding the new path.

``````\$ [Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable("Path", \$env:Path + ";C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Python\Python35\Scripts", [EnvironmentVariableTarget]::User)
``````

Update:

if you are using `python3`, switch out `python` with `python3` but I encourage you to use `pyenv` instead :)

### java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/json/JSONObject

No.. It is not proper way. Refer the steps,

`For Classpath reference:` Right click on project in Eclipse -> Buildpath -> Configure Build path -> Java Build Path (left Pane) -> Libraries(Tab) -> Add External Jars -> Select your jar and select OK.

`For Deployment Assembly:` Right click on WAR in eclipse-> Buildpath -> Configure Build path -> Deployment Assembly (left Pane) -> Add -> External file system -> Add -> Select your jar -> Add -> Finish.

This is the proper way! Don't forget to remove environment variable. It is not required now.

Try this. Surely it will work. Try to use Maven, it will simplify you task.

### CSS: How to have position:absolute div inside a position:relative div not be cropped by an overflow:hidden on a container

There's no magical solution of displaying something outside an overflow hidden container.

A similar effect can be achieved by having an absolute positioned div that matches the size of its parent by positioning it inside your current relative container (the div you don't wish to clip should be outside this div):

``````#1 .mask {
width: 100%;
height: 100%;
position: absolute;
z-index: 1;
overflow: hidden;
}
``````

Take in mind that if you only have to clip content on the x axis (which appears to be your case, as you only have set the div's width), you can use `overflow-x: hidden`.

### MySQL combine two columns into one column

I have used this way and Its a best forever. In this code null also handled

``````SELECT Title,
FirstName,
lastName,
ISNULL(Title,'') + ' ' + ISNULL(FirstName,'') + ' ' + ISNULL(LastName,'') as FullName
FROM Customer
``````

Try this...

### removing table border

Use table style Border-collapse at the table level

### Putty: Getting Server refused our key Error

In my case I had to change the permissions of /home/user from 0755 to 0700 as well.

### How to make System.out.println() shorter

```package some.useful.methods;

public class B {

public static void p(Object s){
System.out.println(s);
}
}```
```package first.java.lesson;

import static some.useful.methods.B.*;

public class A {

public static void main(String[] args) {

p("Hello!");

}
}```

### Finding Variable Type in JavaScript

To be a little more ECMAScript-5.1-precise than the other answers (some might say pedantic):

In JavaScript, variables (and properties) don't have types: values do. Further, there are only 6 types of values: Undefined, Null, Boolean, String, Number, and Object. (Technically, there are also 7 "specification types", but you can't store values of those types as properties of objects or values of variables--they are only used within the spec itself, to define how the language works. The values you can explicitly manipulate are of only the 6 types I listed.)

The spec uses the notation "Type(x)" when it wants to talk about "the type of x". This is only a notation used within the spec: it is not a feature of the language.

As other answers make clear, in practice you may well want to know more than the type of a value--particularly when the type is Object. Regardless, and for completeness, here is a simple JavaScript implementation of Type(x) as it is used in the spec:

``````function Type(x) {
if (x === null) {
return 'Null';
}

switch (typeof x) {
case 'undefined': return 'Undefined';
case 'boolean'  : return 'Boolean';
case 'number'   : return 'Number';
case 'string'   : return 'String';
default         : return 'Object';
}
}
``````

### instantiate a class from a variable in PHP?

Put the classname into a variable first:

``````\$classname=\$var.'Class';

\$bar=new \$classname("xyz");
``````

This is often the sort of thing you'll see wrapped up in a Factory pattern.

See Namespaces and dynamic language features for further details.

### Windows equivalent of 'touch' (i.e. the node.js way to create an index.html)

as mentioned

``````echo >> index.html
``````

it can be any file, with any extension then do

``````notepad index.html
``````

### Disable Buttons in jQuery Mobile

If I'm reading this question correctly, you may be missing that a jQuery mobile "button" widget is not the same thing as an HTML button element. I think this boils down to you can't call `\$('input').button('disable')` unless you have previously called `\$('input').button();` to initialize a jQuery Mobile button widget on your input.

Of course, you may not want to be using jQuery button widget functionality, in which case Alexander's answer should set you right.

### GET parameters in the URL with CodeIgniter

my parameter is ?uid=4 and get it with:

``````\$this->uid = \$this->input->get('uid', TRUE);
echo \$this->uid;
``````

wis

### Python: How to create a unique file name?

The `uuid` module would be a good choice, I prefer to use `uuid.uuid4().hex` as random filename because it will return a hex string without dashes.

``````import uuid
filename = uuid.uuid4().hex
``````

The outputs should like this:

``````>>> import uuid
>>> uuid.uuid()
UUID('20818854-3564-415c-9edc-9262fbb54c82')
>>> str(uuid.uuid4())
'f705a69a-8e98-442b-bd2e-9de010132dc4'
>>> uuid.uuid4().hex
``````

### How can I add numbers in a Bash script?

``````#!/bin/bash

num=0
metab=0

for ((i=1; i<=2; i++)); do
for j in `ls output-\$i-*`; do
echo "\$j"

metab=\$(cat \$j|grep EndBuffer|awk '{sum+=\$2} END { print sum/120}') (line15)
let num=num+metab (line 16)
done
echo "\$num"
done
``````

### Disable all table constraints in Oracle

It's not a single command, but here's how I do it. The following script has been designed to run in SQL*Plus. Note, I've purposely written this to only work within the current schema.

``````set heading off

spool drop_constraints.out

select
'alter table ' ||
owner || '.' ||
table_name ||
' disable constraint ' || -- or 'drop' if you want to permanently remove
constraint_name || ';'
from
user_constraints;

spool off

@drop_constraints.out
``````

To restrict what you drop, filter add a where clause to the select statement:-

• filter on constraint_type to drop only particular types of constraints
• filter on table_name to do it only for one or a few tables.

To run on more than the current schema, modify the select statement to select from all_constraints rather than user_constraints.

Note - for some reason I can't get the underscore to NOT act like an italicization in the previous paragraph. If someone knows how to fix it, please feel free to edit this answer.

### Sorting a list using Lambda/Linq to objects

This is how I solved my problem:

``````List<User> list = GetAllUsers();  //Private Method

if (!sortAscending)
{
list = list
.OrderBy(r => r.GetType().GetProperty(sortBy).GetValue(r,null))
.ToList();
}
else
{
list = list
.OrderByDescending(r => r.GetType().GetProperty(sortBy).GetValue(r,null))
.ToList();
}
``````

### Omitting the first line from any Linux command output

Pipe it to `awk`:

``````awk '{if(NR>1)print}'
``````

or `sed`

``````sed -n '1!p'
``````

### How to insert data into elasticsearch

Let me explain clearly.. If you are familiar With rdbms.. Index is database.. And index type is table.. It mean index is collection of index types., like collection of tables as database (DB).

in NOSQL.. Index is database and index type is collections. Group of collection as database..

To execute those queries... U need to install CURL for Windows.

Curl is nothing but a command line rest tool.. If you want a graphical tool.. Try

Sense plugin for chrome...

Hope it helps..

### java.io.FileNotFoundException: /storage/emulated/0/New file.txt: open failed: EACCES (Permission denied)

For SDK 29 :

``````String str1 = "";
folder1 = new File(String.valueOf(Environment.getExternalStoragePublicDirectory(Environment.DIRECTORY_MOVIES)));
if (folder1.exists()) {str1 = folder1.toString() + File.separator;}

public static void createTextFile(String sBody, String FileName, String Where) {
try {
File gpxfile = new File(Where, FileName);
FileWriter writer = new FileWriter(gpxfile);
writer.append(sBody);
writer.flush();
writer.close();
} catch (IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
``````

Then you can save your file like this :

``````createTextFile("This is Content","file.txt",str1);
``````

### ORA-00060: deadlock detected while waiting for resource

You can get deadlocks on more than just row locks, e.g. see this. The scripts may be competing for other resources, such as index blocks.

I've gotten around this in the past by engineering the parallelism in such a way that different instances are working on portions of the workload that are less likely to affect blocks that are close to each other; for example, for an update of a large table, instead of setting up the parallel slaves using something like `MOD(n,10)`, I'd use `TRUNC(n/10)` which mean that each slave worked on a contiguous set of data.

There are, of course, much better ways of splitting up a job for parallelism, e.g. DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE.

Not sure why you're getting "PL/SQL successfully completed", perhaps your scripts are handling the exception?

### Remote desktop connection protocol error 0x112f

I got the same error recently. I think McX is right it was caused by insufficient memory on RDP server. Here is the solution that works for us.

1. use sc cmd to get running services on the remote server. Make sure you can use windows explorer to access the remote server \\remote_server.

`sc \\<remote_server> query`

2. find out the service you can stop.

`sc \\<remote_server> stop <service_name>`

After stopping one service, the remote desktop works again.

### How to check if any fields in a form are empty in php

``````Specify POST method in form
<form name="registrationform" action="register.php" method="post">

</form>
``````

### convert string to char*

There are many ways. Here are at least five:

``````/*
* An example of converting std::string to (const)char* using five
* different methods. Error checking is emitted for simplicity.
*
* Compile and run example (using gcc on Unix-like systems):
*
*  \$ g++ -Wall -pedantic -o test ./test.cpp
*  \$ ./test
*  Original string (0x7fe3294039f8): hello
*  s1 (0x7fe3294039f8): hello
*  s2 (0x7fff5dce3a10): hello
*  s3 (0x7fe3294000e0): hello
*  s4 (0x7fe329403a00): hello
*  s5 (0x7fe329403a10): hello
*/

#include <alloca.h>
#include <string>
#include <cstring>

int main()
{
std::string s0;
const char *s1;
char *s2;
char *s3;
char *s4;
char *s5;

// This is the initial C++ string.
s0 = "hello";

// Method #1: Just use "c_str()" method to obtain a pointer to a
// null-terminated C string stored in std::string object.
// Be careful though because when `s0` goes out of scope, s1 points
// to a non-valid memory.
s1 = s0.c_str();

// Method #2: Allocate memory on stack and copy the contents of the
// original string. Keep in mind that once a current function returns,
// the memory is invalidated.
s2 = (char *)alloca(s0.size() + 1);
memcpy(s2, s0.c_str(), s0.size() + 1);

// Method #3: Allocate memory dynamically and copy the content of the
// original string. The memory will be valid until you explicitly
// release it using "free". Forgetting to release it results in memory
// leak.
s3 = (char *)malloc(s0.size() + 1);
memcpy(s3, s0.c_str(), s0.size() + 1);

// Method #4: Same as method #3, but using C++ new/delete operators.
s4 = new char[s0.size() + 1];
memcpy(s4, s0.c_str(), s0.size() + 1);

// Method #5: Same as 3 but a bit less efficient..
s5 = strdup(s0.c_str());

// Print those strings.
printf("Original string (%p): %s\n", s0.c_str(), s0.c_str());
printf("s1 (%p): %s\n", s1, s1);
printf("s2 (%p): %s\n", s2, s2);
printf("s3 (%p): %s\n", s3, s3);
printf("s4 (%p): %s\n", s4, s4);
printf("s5 (%p): %s\n", s5, s5);

// Release memory...
free(s3);
delete [] s4;
free(s5);
}
``````

### SQL Server IF EXISTS THEN 1 ELSE 2

Its best practice to have `TOP 1 1` always.

What if I use `SELECT 1` -> If condition matches more than one record then your query will fetch all the columns records and returns 1.

What if I use `SELECT TOP 1 1` -> If condition matches more than one record also, it will just fetch the existence of any row (with a self 1-valued column) and returns 1.

``````IF EXISTS (SELECT TOP 1 1 FROM tblGLUserAccess WHERE GLUserName ='xxxxxxxx')
BEGIN
SELECT 1
END
ELSE
BEGIN
SELECT 2
END
``````

### How can I convert a string to a float in mysql?

It turns out I was just missing `DECIMAL` on the `CAST()` description:

`DECIMAL[(M[,D])]`

Converts a value to DECIMAL data type. The optional arguments M and D specify the precision (M specifies the total number of digits) and the scale (D specifies the number of digits after the decimal point) of the decimal value. The default precision is two digits after the decimal point.

Thus, the following query worked:

``````UPDATE table SET
latitude = CAST(old_latitude AS DECIMAL(10,6)),
longitude = CAST(old_longitude AS DECIMAL(10,6));
``````

### Using momentjs to convert date to epoch then back to date

http://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/unix-timestamp/

You get the number of unix seconds, not milliseconds!

You you need to multiply it with 1000 or using `valueOf()` and don't forget to use a formatter, since you are using a non ISO 8601 format. And if you forget to pass the formatter, the date will be parsed in the UTC timezone or as an invalid date.

``````moment("10/15/2014 9:00", "MM/DD/YYYY HH:mm").valueOf()
``````

### Sort array by value alphabetically php

• If you just want to sort the array values and don't care for the keys, use `sort()`. This will give a new array with numeric keys starting from `0`.
• If you want to keep the key-value associations, use `asort()`.

### In Rails, how do you render JSON using a view?

As others have mentioned you need a users/show.json view, but there are options to consider for the templating language...

ERB

Works out of the box. Great for HTML, but you'll quickly find it's awful for JSON.

RABL

Good solution. Have to add a dependency and learn its DSL.

JSON Builder

Same deal as RABL: Good solution. Have to add a dependency and learn its DSL.

Plain Ruby

Ruby is awesome at generating JSON and there's nothing new to learn as you can call `to_json` on a Hash or an AR object. Simply register the .rb extension for templates (in an initializer):

``````ActionView::Template.register_template_handler(:rb, :source.to_proc)
``````

Then create the view users/show.json.rb:

``````@user.to_json
``````

### How can I String.Format a TimeSpan object with a custom format in .NET?

This is the approach I used my self with conditional formatting. and I post it here because I think this is clean way.

``````\$"{time.Days:#0:;;\\}{time.Hours:#0:;;\\}{time.Minutes:00:}{time.Seconds:00}"
``````

example of outputs:

`00:00` (minimum)

`1:43:04` (when we have hours)

`15:03:01` (when hours are more than 1 digit)

`2:4:22:04` (when we have days.)

The formatting is easy. `time.Days:#0:;;\\` the format before `;;` is for when value is positive. negative values are ignored. and for zero values we have`;;\\` in order to hide it in formatted string. note that the escaped backslash is necessary otherwise it will not format correctly.

### How to use log levels in java

Here is a good introduction to logging in Java: http://www.javapractices.com/topic/TopicAction.do?Id=143

You can also use other logging frameworks like Apache Log4j which is the most popular one: http://logging.apache.org/log4j

I suggest you to use a logging abstraction framework which allows you to change your logging framework without re-factoring you code. So you can starts by using Jul (Java Util Logging) then swith to Log4j without changing you code. The most popular logging facade is slf4j: http://www.slf4j.org/

Regards,

### PHP cURL HTTP PUT

In a POST method, you can put an array. However, in a PUT method, you should use `http_build_query` to build the params like this:

``````curl_setopt( \$ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, http_build_query( \$postArr ) );
``````

### Making Maven run all tests, even when some fail

Can you test with surefire 2.6 and either configure Surefire with `<testFailureIgnore>true</testFailureIgnore>`.

Or on the command line:

``````mvn install -Dmaven.test.failure.ignore=true
``````

### Reorder bars in geom_bar ggplot2 by value

Your code works fine, except that the barplot is ordered from low to high. When you want to order the bars from high to low, you will have to add a `-`sign before `value`:

``````ggplot(corr.m, aes(x = reorder(miRNA, -value), y = value, fill = variable)) +
geom_bar(stat = "identity")
``````

which gives:

Used data:

``````corr.m <- structure(list(miRNA = structure(c(5L, 2L, 3L, 6L, 1L, 4L), .Label = c("mmu-miR-139-5p", "mmu-miR-1983", "mmu-miR-301a-3p", "mmu-miR-5097", "mmu-miR-532-3p", "mmu-miR-96-5p"), class = "factor"),
variable = structure(c(1L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 1L), .Label = "pos", class = "factor"),
value = c(7L, 75L, 70L, 5L, 10L, 47L)),
class = "data.frame", row.names = c("1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6"))
``````