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A blacklist is a list of entities that are banned from some access or action (entities not in the blacklist are authorized, including unknown entities).

How to resolve the error on 'react-native start'

The solution is simple, but temporary...

Note that if you run an npm install or a yarn install you need to change the code again!

So, how can we run this automatically?

Permanent Solution

To do this "automagically" after installing your node modules, you can use patch-package.

  1. Fix the metro-config file, solving the error:

The file appears in \node_modules\metro-config\src\defaults\blacklist.js.

Edit from:

var sharedBlacklist = [
  /node_modules[/\\]react[/\\]dist[/\\].*/,
  /website\/node_modules\/.*/,
  /heapCapture\/bundle\.js/,
  /.*\/__tests__\/.*/
];

To:

var sharedBlacklist = [
  /node_modules[\/\\]react[\/\\]dist[\/\\].*/,
  /website\/node_modules\/.*/,
  /heapCapture\/bundle\.js/,
  /.*\/__tests__\/.*/
];
  1. Then, generate a permanent patch file:

npx patch-package metro-config

  1. In your package.json trigger the patch:
"scripts": {
+  "postinstall": "npx patch-package"
}

All done! Now this patch will be made at every npm install / yarn install.

Thanks to https://github.com/ds300/patch-package

Android Gradle 5.0 Update:Cause: org.jetbrains.plugins.gradle.tooling.util

Issue has been resolved after updating Android studio version to 3.3-rc2 or latest released version.

cr: @shadowsheep

have to change version under /gradle/wrapper/gradle-wrapper.properties. refer below url https://stackoverflow.com/a/56412795/7532946

'pip install' fails for every package ("Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement")

Support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 was dropped for PyPI. If your system does not use a more recent version, it could explain your error.

Could you try reinstalling pip system-wide, to update your system dependencies to a newer version of TLS?

This seems to be related to Unable to install Python libraries

See Dominique Barton's answer:

Apparently pip is trying to access PyPI via HTTPS (which is encrypted and fine), but with an old (insecure) SSL version. Your system seems to be out of date. It might help if you update your packages.

On Debian-based systems I'd try:

apt-get update && apt-get upgrade python-pip

On Red Hat Linux-based systems:

yum update python-pip # (or python2-pip, at least on Red Hat Linux 7)

On Mac:

sudo easy_install -U pip

You can also try to update openssl separately.

NVIDIA-SMI has failed because it couldn't communicate with the NVIDIA driver

One important fact about NVIDIA drivers that is not very well known is that its built is done by DKMS. This allows automatic rebuild in case of kernel upgrade, this happens on system startup. Because of that, it's quite easy to miss error messages, especially if you're working on cloud VM, or server without an additional IPMI/management interface. However, it's possible to trigger DKMS build just executing dkms autoinstall right after packages installation. If this fails then you'll have a meaningful error message about missing dependency or what so ever. If dkms autoinstall builds modules correctly you can simply load it by modprobe - there is no need to reboot the system (which is often used as a way to trigger DKMS rebuild). You can check an example here

Install pip in docker

This command worked fine for me:

RUN apt-get -y install python3-pip

JWT (JSON Web Token) automatic prolongation of expiration

I was tinkering around when moving our applications to HTML5 with RESTful apis in the backend. The solution that I came up with was:

  1. Client is issued with a token with a session time of 30 mins (or whatever the usual server side session time) upon successful login.
  2. A client-side timer is created to call a service to renew the token before its expiring time. The new token will replace the existing in future calls.

As you can see, this reduces the frequent refresh token requests. If user closes the browser/app before the renew token call is triggered, the previous token will expire in time and user will have to re-login.

A more complicated strategy can be implemented to cater for user inactivity (e.g. neglected an opened browser tab). In that case, the renew token call should include the expected expiring time which should not exceed the defined session time. The application will have to keep track of the last user interaction accordingly.

I don't like the idea of setting long expiration hence this approach may not work well with native applications requiring less frequent authentication.

What is the right way to POST multipart/form-data using curl?

On Windows 10, curl 7.28.1 within powershell, I found the following to work for me:

$filePath = "c:\temp\dir with spaces\myfile.wav"
$curlPath = ("myfilename=@" + $filePath)
curl -v -F $curlPath URL

Exploitable PHP functions

What about dangerous syntactic elements?

The "variable variable" ($$var) will find a variable in the current scope by the name of $var. If used wrong, the remote user can modify or read any variable in the current scope. Basically a weaker eval.

Ex: you write some code $$uservar = 1;, then the remote user sets $uservar to "admin", causing $admin to be set to 1 in the current scope.

Permission denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive)

You need to change the sshd_config file in the remote server (probably in /etc/ssh/sshd_config).

Change

PasswordAuthentication no

to

PasswordAuthentication yes

And then restart the sshd daemon.

Java Best Practices to Prevent Cross Site Scripting

My preference is to encode all non-alphaumeric characters as HTML numeric character entities. Since almost, if not all attacks require non-alphuneric characters (like <, ", etc) this should eliminate a large chunk of dangerous output.

Format is &#N;, where N is the numeric value of the character (you can just cast the character to an int and concatenate with a string to get a decimal value). For example:

// java-ish pseudocode
StringBuffer safestrbuf = new StringBuffer(string.length()*4);
foreach(char c : string.split() ){  
  if( Character.isAlphaNumeric(c) ) safestrbuf.append(c);
  else safestrbuf.append(""+(int)symbol);

You will also need to be sure that you are encoding immediately before outputting to the browser, to avoid double-encoding, or encoding for HTML but sending to a different location.

Regular expression for excluding special characters

To exclude certain characters ( <, >, %, and $), you can make a regular expression like this:

[<>%\$]

This regular expression will match all inputs that have a blacklisted character in them. The brackets define a character class, and the \ is necessary before the dollar sign because dollar sign has a special meaning in regular expressions.

To add more characters to the black list, just insert them between the brackets; order does not matter.

According to some Java documentation for regular expressions, you could use the expression like this:

Pattern p = Pattern.compile("[<>%\$]");
Matcher m = p.matcher(unsafeInputString);
if (m.matches())
{
    // Invalid input: reject it, or remove/change the offending characters.
}
else
{
    // Valid input.
}

Error: No default engine was specified and no extension was provided

if you've got this error by using the express generator, I've solved it by using

express --view=ejs myapp

instead of

express --view=pug myapp

How to append data to a json file?

import jsonlines

object1 = {
               "name": "name1",
               "url": "url1"
          }

object2 = {
               "name": "name2",
               "url": "url2"
          }   


# filename.jsonl is the name of the file
with jsonlines.open("filename.jsonl", "a") as writer:   # for writing
    writer.write(object1)
    writer.write(object2)

with jsonlines.open('filename.jsonl') as reader:      # for reading
    for obj in reader:
        print(obj)             

visit for more info https://jsonlines.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

how to evenly distribute elements in a div next to each other?

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  padding: 10px;_x000D_
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  width: 100%;_x000D_
  background: #7b7b7b;_x000D_
  display: flex;_x000D_
  justify-content: space-between;_x000D_
  height: 4px;_x000D_
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.child {_x000D_
  color: #fff;_x000D_
  background: green;_x000D_
  padding: 10px 10px;_x000D_
  border-radius: 50%;_x000D_
  position: relative;_x000D_
  top: -8px;_x000D_
}
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  <div class="parent">_x000D_
    <span class="child"></span>_x000D_
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How to use glOrtho() in OpenGL?

Have a look at this picture: Graphical Projections enter image description here

The glOrtho command produces an "Oblique" projection that you see in the bottom row. No matter how far away vertexes are in the z direction, they will not recede into the distance.

I use glOrtho every time I need to do 2D graphics in OpenGL (such as health bars, menus etc) using the following code every time the window is resized:

glMatrixMode(GL_PROJECTION);
glLoadIdentity();
glOrtho(0.0f, windowWidth, windowHeight, 0.0f, 0.0f, 1.0f);

This will remap the OpenGL coordinates into the equivalent pixel values (X going from 0 to windowWidth and Y going from 0 to windowHeight). Note that I've flipped the Y values because OpenGL coordinates start from the bottom left corner of the window. So by flipping, I get a more conventional (0,0) starting at the top left corner of the window rather.

Note that the Z values are clipped from 0 to 1. So be careful when you specify a Z value for your vertex's position, it will be clipped if it falls outside that range. Otherwise if it's inside that range, it will appear to have no effect on the position except for Z tests.

Changing nav-bar color after scrolling?

i think this solution is shorter and simpler than older answers. This is Js Code:

const navbar = document.querySelector('.nav-fixed');
window.onscroll = () => {
    if (window.scrollY > 300) {
        navbar.classList.add('nav-active');
    } else {
        navbar.classList.remove('nav-active');
    }
};

And my css:

header.nav-fixed {
    width: 100%;
    position: fixed;
    transition: 0.3s ease-in-out;
}

.nav-active {
    background-color:#fff;
    box-shadow: 5px -1px 12px -5px grey;
}

How to show empty data message in Datatables

Late to the game, but you can also use a localisation file

DataTable provides a .json localized file, which contains the key sEmptyTable and the corresponding localized message.

For example, just download the localized json file on the above link, then initialize your Datatable like that :

$('#example').dataTable( {
    "language": {
        "url": "path/to/your/json/file.json"
    }
});

IMHO, that's a lot cleaner, because your localized content is located in an external file.

This syntax works for DataTables 1.10.16, I didn't test on previous versions.

jquery AJAX and json format

You aren't actually sending JSON. You are passing an object as the data, but you need to stringify the object and pass the string instead.

Your dataType: "json" only tells jQuery that you want it to parse the returned JSON, it does not mean that jQuery will automatically stringify your request data.

Change to:

$.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: hb_base_url + "consumer",
        contentType: "application/json",
        dataType: "json",
        data: JSON.stringify({
            first_name: $("#namec").val(),
            last_name: $("#surnamec").val(),
            email: $("#emailc").val(),
            mobile: $("#numberc").val(),
            password: $("#passwordc").val()
        }),
        success: function(response) {
            console.log(response);
        },
        error: function(response) {
            console.log(response);
        }
});

Using comma as list separator with AngularJS

If you are using ng-show to limit the values, the {{$last ? '' : ', '}} won`t work since it will still take into consideration all the values.Example

<div ng-repeat="x in records" ng-show="x.email == 1">{{x}}{{$last ? '' : ', '}}</div>

var myApp = angular.module("myApp", []);
myApp.controller("myCtrl", function($scope) {
  $scope.records = [
    {"email": "1"},
    {"email": "1"},
    {"email": "2"},
    {"email": "3"}
  ]
});

Results in adding a comma after the "last" value,since with ng-show it still takes into consideration all 4 values

{"email":"1"},
{"email":"1"},

One solution is to add a filter directly into ng-repeat

<div ng-repeat="x in records | filter: { email : '1' } ">{{x}}{{$last ? '' : ', '}}</div>

Results

{"email":"1"},
{"email":"1"}

storing user input in array

You're not actually going out after the values. You would need to gather them like this:

var title   = document.getElementById("title").value;
var name    = document.getElementById("name").value;
var tickets = document.getElementById("tickets").value;

You could put all of these in one array:

var myArray = [ title, name, tickets ];

Or many arrays:

var titleArr   = [ title ];
var nameArr    = [ name ];
var ticketsArr = [ tickets ];

Or, if the arrays already exist, you can use their .push() method to push new values onto it:

var titleArr = [];

function addTitle ( title ) {
  titleArr.push( title );
  console.log( "Titles: " + titleArr.join(", ") );
}

Your save button doesn't work because you refer to this.form, however you don't have a form on the page. In order for this to work you would need to have <form> tags wrapping your fields:

I've made several corrections, and placed the changes on jsbin: http://jsbin.com/ufanep/2/edit

The new form follows:

<form>
  <h1>Please enter data</h1>
  <input id="title" type="text" />
  <input id="name" type="text" />
  <input id="tickets" type="text" />
  <input type="button" value="Save" onclick="insert()" />
  <input type="button" value="Show data" onclick="show()" />
</form>
<div id="display"></div>

There is still some room for improvement, such as removing the onclick attributes (those bindings should be done via JavaScript, but that's beyond the scope of this question).

I've also made some changes to your JavaScript. I start by creating three empty arrays:

var titles  = [];
var names   = [];
var tickets = [];

Now that we have these, we'll need references to our input fields.

var titleInput  = document.getElementById("title");
var nameInput   = document.getElementById("name");
var ticketInput = document.getElementById("tickets");

I'm also getting a reference to our message display box.

var messageBox  = document.getElementById("display");

The insert() function uses the references to each input field to get their value. It then uses the push() method on the respective arrays to put the current value into the array.

Once it's done, it cals the clearAndShow() function which is responsible for clearing these fields (making them ready for the next round of input), and showing the combined results of the three arrays.

function insert ( ) {
 titles.push( titleInput.value );
 names.push( nameInput.value );
 tickets.push( ticketInput.value );

 clearAndShow();
}

This function, as previously stated, starts by setting the .value property of each input to an empty string. It then clears out the .innerHTML of our message box. Lastly, it calls the join() method on all of our arrays to convert their values into a comma-separated list of values. This resulting string is then passed into the message box.

function clearAndShow () {
  titleInput.value = "";
  nameInput.value = "";
  ticketInput.value = "";

  messageBox.innerHTML = "";

  messageBox.innerHTML += "Titles: " + titles.join(", ") + "<br/>";
  messageBox.innerHTML += "Names: " + names.join(", ") + "<br/>";
  messageBox.innerHTML += "Tickets: " + tickets.join(", ");
}

The final result can be used online at http://jsbin.com/ufanep/2/edit

window.location.href not working

Try this

`var url = "http://stackoverflow.com";    
$(location).attr('href',url);`

Or you can do something like this

// similar behavior as an HTTP redirect
window.location.replace("http://stackoverflow.com");

// similar behavior as clicking on a link
window.location.href = "http://stackoverflow.com";

and add a return false at the end of your function call

Clear dropdown using jQuery Select2

In case of Select2 Version 4+

it has changed syntax and you need to write like this:

// clear all option
$('#select_with_blank_data').html('').select2({data: [{id: '', text: ''}]});

// clear and add new option
$("#select_with_data").html('').select2({data: [
 {id: '', text: ''},
 {id: '1', text: 'Facebook'},
 {id: '2', text: 'Youtube'},
 {id: '3', text: 'Instagram'},
 {id: '4', text: 'Pinterest'}]});

Waiting for another flutter command to release the startup lock

For me, the issue's root cause on my Mac device was a version of the flock binary it was not expecting. Removing it from the path did the trick; probably a BSD vs GNU syntax issue.

How to install Guest addition in Mac OS as guest and Windows machine as host

I've the same problem, and by the "trial and error" method I have the steps to install the guest additions on a MacOS guest:

  1. insert the guest additions cd
  2. open the cd on file manager
  3. double click on VBoxDarwinAdditions.pkg
  4. the installer opens, then click contine
  5. next screen to set location of installed files, only press install
  6. your password can be asked a couple of time while installing, write it and continue
  7. this is the tricky part, on my installation, macos show an message about the driver created by oracle won't be installed because a security issue, it has the option to enable it, so click on the button to open security screen and click on the allow button next to the oracle software listed at bottom of the security settings window, it will ask your password again. Meanwhile the pkg installer continued as if it has permissions and will say "install finished", but I don't believe it so, once I unlocked the oracle drivers installations I repeat the whole process from step 3, and in the second round all installs without asking more than the first password to install.

And it is done!

How to list all the files in android phone by using adb shell?

This command will show also if the file is hidden adb shell ls -laR | grep filename

How to get a variable value if variable name is stored as string?

In bash 4.3, the '-v' test for set variables was introduced. At the same time, 'nameref' declaration was added. These two features together with the indirection operator (!) enable a simplified version of the previous example:

get_value()
{
  declare -n var_name=$1
  if [[ -v var_name ]]
  then
    echo "${var_name}"
  else
    echo "variable with name <${!var_name}> is not set"
  fi
}

test=123
get_value test
123

test="\$(echo \"something nasty\")"
get_value test
$(echo "something nasty")

unset test
get_value test
variable with name <test> is not set

As this approach eliminates the need for 'eval', it is safer. This code checked under bash 5.0.3(1).

django change default runserver port

  1. Create enviroment variable in your .bashrc

    export RUNSERVER_PORT=8010

  2. Create alias

    alias runserver='django-admin runserver $RUNSERVER_PORT'

Im using zsh and virtualenvs wrapper. I put export in projects postactivate script and asign port for every project.

workon someproject
runserver

Referencing another schema in Mongoose

Late reply, but adding that Mongoose also has the concept of Subdocuments

With this syntax, you should be able to reference your userSchema as a type in your postSchema like so:

var userSchema = new Schema({
    twittername: String,
    twitterID: Number,
    displayName: String,
    profilePic: String,
});

var postSchema = new Schema({
    name: String,
    postedBy: userSchema,
    dateCreated: Date,
    comments: [{body:"string", by: mongoose.Schema.Types.ObjectId}],
});

Note the updated postedBy field with type userSchema.

This will embed the user object within the post, saving an extra lookup required by using a reference. Sometimes this could be preferable, other times the ref/populate route might be the way to go. Depends on what your application is doing.

How to open Emacs inside Bash

In the spirit of providing functionality, go to your .profile or .bashrc file located at /home/usr/ and at the bottom add the line:

alias enw='emacs -nw'

Now each time you open a terminal session you just type, for example, enw and you have the Emacs no-window option with three letters :).

Array String Declaration

Declare the array size will solve your problem

 String[] title = {
            "Abundance",
            "Anxiety",
            "Bruxism",
            "Discipline",
            "Drug Addiction"
        };
    String urlbase = "http://www.somewhere.com/data/";
    String imgSel = "/logo.png";
    String[] mStrings = new String[title.length];

    for(int i=0;i<title.length;i++) {
        mStrings[i] = urlbase + title[i].toLowerCase() + imgSel;

        System.out.println(mStrings[i]);
    }

How to compare two JSON have the same properties without order?

Due to @zerkems comment:

i should convert my strings to JSON object and then call the equal method:

var x = eval("(" + remoteJSON + ')');
var y = eval("(" + localJSON + ')');

function jsonequals(x, y) {
    // If both x and y are null or undefined and exactly the same
    if ( x === y ) {
        return true;
    }

    // If they are not strictly equal, they both need to be Objects
    if ( ! ( x instanceof Object ) || ! ( y instanceof Object ) ) {
        return false;
    }

    // They must have the exact same prototype chain, the closest we can do is
    // test the constructor.
    if ( x.constructor !== y.constructor ) {
        return false;
    }

    for ( var p in x ) {
        // Inherited properties were tested using x.constructor === y.constructor
        if ( x.hasOwnProperty( p ) ) {
            // Allows comparing x[ p ] and y[ p ] when set to undefined
            if ( ! y.hasOwnProperty( p ) ) {
                return false;
            }

            // If they have the same strict value or identity then they are equal
            if ( x[ p ] === y[ p ] ) {
                continue;
            }

            // Numbers, Strings, Functions, Booleans must be strictly equal
            if ( typeof( x[ p ] ) !== "object" ) {
                return false;
            }

            // Objects and Arrays must be tested recursively
            if ( !equals( x[ p ],  y[ p ] ) ) {
                return false;
            }
        }
    }

    for ( p in y ) {
        // allows x[ p ] to be set to undefined
        if ( y.hasOwnProperty( p ) && ! x.hasOwnProperty( p ) ) {
            return false;
        }
    }
    return true;
}

Include php files when they are in different folders

Try to never use relative paths. Use a generic include where you assign the DocumentRoot server variable to a global variable, and construct absolute paths from there. Alternatively, for larger projects, consider implementing a PSR-0 SPL autoloader.

RegEx pattern any two letters followed by six numbers

Depending on if your regex flavor supports it, I might use:

\b[A-Z]{2}\d{6}\b    # Ensure there are "word boundaries" on either side, or

(?<![A-Z])[A-Z]{2}\d{6}(?!\d) # Ensure there isn't a uppercase letter before
                              # and that there is not a digit after

Why does Lua have no "continue" statement?

The first part is answered in the FAQ as slain pointed out.

As for a workaround, you can wrap the body of the loop in a function and return early from that, e.g.

-- Print the odd numbers from 1 to 99
for a = 1, 99 do
  (function()
    if a % 2 == 0 then
      return
    end
    print(a)
  end)()
end

Or if you want both break and continue functionality, have the local function perform the test, e.g.

local a = 1
while (function()
  if a > 99 then
    return false; -- break
  end
  if a % 2 == 0 then
    return true; -- continue
  end
  print(a)
  return true; -- continue
end)() do
  a = a + 1
end

How to resolve git's "not something we can merge" error

We got this error because we had a comma (,) in the branch name. We deleted the local branch, then re-checked it under a new name without the comma. We were able to merge it successfully.

Clear form fields with jQuery

I've written a universal jQuery plugin:

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        var input = $(this);_x000D_
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        // Reset the form._x000D_
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            input[0].reset();_x000D_
            return;_x000D_
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        // Reset any form field._x000D_
        if (input.is(':radio, :checkbox')) {_x000D_
            input.prop('checked', this.defaultChecked);_x000D_
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            input.find('option').each(function () {_x000D_
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            });_x000D_
        } else if (this.defaultValue) {_x000D_
            input.val(this.defaultValue);_x000D_
        } else {_x000D_
            console.log('Cannot reset to default value');_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    });_x000D_
};_x000D_
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$(function () {_x000D_
    // Test jQuery plugin._x000D_
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        e.preventDefault();_x000D_
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        var button = $(this),_x000D_
            inputType = button.val(),_x000D_
            form = button.closest('form');_x000D_
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        if (inputType === 'form') {_x000D_
            form.uReset()_x000D_
        } else {_x000D_
            $('input[type=' + inputType + '], ' + inputType, form).uReset();_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    });_x000D_
});
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<form>_x000D_
    <input type="text" value="default"/><br /><br />_x000D_
    Ch 1 (default checked) <input type="checkbox" name="color" value="1" checked="checked" /><br />_x000D_
    Ch 2 <input type="checkbox" name="color" value="2" /><br />_x000D_
    Ch 3 (default checked) <input type="checkbox" name="color" value="3" checked="checked" /><br /><br />_x000D_
    <select name="time"><br />_x000D_
        <option value="15">15</option>_x000D_
        <option selected="selected" value="30">30</option>_x000D_
        <option value="45">45</option>_x000D_
    </select><br /><br />_x000D_
    R 1 <input type="radio" name="color" value="1" /><br />_x000D_
    R 2 (default checked) <input type="radio" name="color" value="2" checked="checked" /><br />_x000D_
    R 3 <input type="radio" name="color" value="3" /><br /><br />_x000D_
    <textarea>Default text</textarea><br /><br />_x000D_
    _x000D_
    <p>Play with form values and then try to reset them</p>_x000D_
    _x000D_
    <button type="button" value="text">Reset text input</button>_x000D_
    <button type="button" value="checkbox">Reset checkboxes</button>_x000D_
    <button type="button" value="select">Reset select</button>_x000D_
    <button type="button" value="radio">Reset radios</button>_x000D_
    <button type="button" value="textarea">Reset textarea</button>_x000D_
    <button type="button" value="form">Reset the Form</button>_x000D_
</form>
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How to update the value of a key in a dictionary in Python?

n = eval(input('Num books: '))
books = {}
for i in range(n):
    titlez = input("Enter Title: ")
    copy = eval(input("Num of copies: "))
    books[titlez] = copy

prob = input('Sell a book; enter YES or NO: ')
if prob == 'YES' or 'yes':
    choice = input('Enter book title: ')
    if choice in books:
        init_num = books[choice]
        init_num -= 1
        books[choice] = init_num
        print(books)

How to use execvp()

In cpp, you need to pay special attention to string types when using execvp:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <cstring>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <unistd.h>
using namespace std;

const size_t MAX_ARGC = 15; // 1 command + # of arguments
char* argv[MAX_ARGC + 1]; // Needs +1 because of the null terminator at the end
// c_str() converts string to const char*, strdup converts const char* to char*
argv[0] = strdup(command.c_str());

// start filling up the arguments after the first command
size_t arg_i = 1;
while (cin && arg_i < MAX_ARGC) {
    string arg;
    cin >> arg;
    if (arg.empty()) {
        argv[arg_i] = nullptr;
        break;
    } else {
        argv[arg_i] = strdup(arg.c_str());
    }
    ++arg_i;
}

// Run the command with arguments
if (execvp(command.c_str(), argv) == -1) {
    // Print error if command not found
    cerr << "command '" << command << "' not found\n";
}

Reference: execlp?execvp?????

Could not load file or assembly for Oracle.DataAccess in .NET

I'm going to give you the answers from what I've just went through on Windows Server 2008 R2 which is a 64 bit operating system. The application suite of libraries I was given were developed using .net 3.5 x86 with the older DLL libraries and I was stuck because I had installed the newer x64 clients from oracle.

What I found was the following: Install the latest x64 client from Oracle for Windows Server 2008. I believe this would be the 2.7.0 client. When you select the installation, make sure you do custom and select the .NET libraries. Configure your tnsnames files and test your tnsping against your data source.

Next, if you are running a 32 bit application, install the same version of the client for 32 bit. Also, follow the same installation routine, and select the same home.

When your finished, you will find that you have a single app/product with two client directories (Client1 and Client2).

If you navigate to the windows/assemblies directory you will find that you have a reference to the Oracle.DataAccess.dll (x2) with one for x86 and one for AMD64.

Now, depending on if you have developers or are developing on the machine yourself, you may be ok here, however, if they are using older drivers, then you need to perform one last step.

Navigate to the app\name\product\version\client_1\odp.net\publisher policy\2.x directory. Included in here are two policy files. use gacutil /i to install the Policy.2.111.Oracle.DataAccess.dll into the GAC. This will redirect legacy oracle ODP calls to the newer versions. So, if someone developed with the 10g client, it will now work with the 11 client.

FYI -- Some may be installing the latest ODP.NET with the 2.111.7.20. The main oracle client itself comes with 2.111.7.0 .. I've not had any success with the 7.20 but have no issues with the 7.0 client.

How do I configure IIS for URL Rewriting an AngularJS application in HTML5 mode?

In my case I kept getting a 403.14 after I had setup the correct rewrite rules. It turns out that I had a directory that was the same name as one of my URL routes. Once I removed the IsDirectory rewrite rule my routes worked correctly. Is there a case where removing the directory negation may cause problems? I can't think of any in my case. The only case I can think of is if you can browse a directory with your app.

<rule name="fixhtml5mode" stopProcessing="true">
  <match url=".*"/>
  <conditions logicalGrouping="MatchAll">
    <add input="{REQUEST_FILENAME}" matchType="IsFile" negate="true" />
  </conditions>
  <action type="Rewrite" url="/" />
</rule>

Discard all and get clean copy of latest revision?

hg up -C

This will remove all the changes and update to the latest head in the current branch.

And you can turn on purge extension to be able to remove all unversioned files too.

Can CSS detect the number of children an element has?

No. Well, not really. There are a couple of selectors that can get you somewhat close, but probably won't work in your example and don't have the best browser compatibility.

:only-child

The :only-child is one of the few true counting selectors in the sense that it's only applied when there is one child of the element's parent. Using your idealized example, it acts like children(1) probably would.

:nth-child

The :nth-child selector might actually get you where you want to go depending on what you're really looking to do. If you want to style all elements if there are 8 children, you're out of luck. If, however, you want to apply styles to the 8th and later elements, try this:

p:nth-child( n + 8 ){
    /* add styles to make it pretty */
}

Unfortunately, these probably aren't the solutions you're looking for. In the end, you'll probably need to use some Javascript wizardry to apply the styles based on the count - even if you were to use one of these, you'd need to have a hard look at browser compatibility before going with a pure CSS solution.

W3 CSS3 Spec on pseudo-classes

EDIT I read your question a little differently - there are a couple other ways to style the parent, not the children. Let me throw a few other selectors your way:

:empty and :not

This styles elements that have no children. Not that useful on its own, but when paired with the :not selector, you can style only the elements that have children:

div:not(:empty) {
    /* We know it has stuff in it! */
}

You can't count how many children are available with pure CSS here, but it is another interesting selector that lets you do cool things.

PHP Notice: Undefined offset: 1 with array when reading data

Hide php warnings in file

error_reporting(0);

How to get the current time as datetime

Expanding upon noiiv's epically concise solution, here is the even more concise Swift 3/4 implementation:

Swift 3/4

let components = Calendar.current.dateComponents([.hour, .minute], from: Date())
let (hour, minute) = (components.hour, components.minute)

Also, expanding upon Leo Dabus's extension we can have:

extension Date {

    func components(_ components: Set<Calendar.Component>) -> DateComponents {
        return Calendar.current.dateComponents(components, from: self)
    }

    func component(_ component: Calendar.Component) -> Int {
        return Calendar.current.component(component, from: self)
    }

    var era: Int { return component(.era) }
    var year: Int { return component(.year) }
    var month: Int { return component(.month) }
    var day: Int { return component(.day) }
    var hour: Int { return component(.hour) }
    var minute: Int { return component(.minute) }
    var second: Int { return component(.second) }
    var weekday: Int { return component(.weekday) }
    var weekdayOrdinal: Int { return component(.weekdayOrdinal) }
    var quarter: Int { return component(.quarter) }
    var weekOfMonth: Int { return component(.weekOfMonth) }
    var weekOfYear: Int { return component(.weekOfYear) }
    var yearForWeekOfYear: Int { return component(.yearForWeekOfYear) }
    var nanosecond: Int { return component(.nanosecond) }
    var calendar: Calendar? { return components([.calendar]).calendar }
    var timeZone: TimeZone? { return components([.timeZone]).timeZone }

}

And use it like so:

let date = Date()
let (hour, minute) = (date.hour, date.minute)

HTML Submit-button: Different value / button-text?

I don't know if I got you right, but, as I understand, you could use an additional hidden field with the value "add tag" and let the button have the desired text.

What's the point of 'meta viewport user-scalable=no' in the Google Maps API

You should not use the viewport meta tag at all if your design is not responsive. Misusing this tag may lead to broken layouts. You may read this article for documentation about why you should'n use this tag unless you know what you're doing. http://blog.javierusobiaga.com/stop-using-the-viewport-tag-until-you-know-ho

"user-scalable=no" also helps to prevent the zoom-in effect on iOS input boxes.

How can I introduce multiple conditions in LIKE operator?

This might help:

select * from tbl where col like '[ABC-XYZ-PQR]%'

I've used this in SQL Server 2005 and it worked.

How to Identify Microsoft Edge browser via CSS?

For Internet Explorer 

@media all and (-ms-high-contrast: none) {
        .banner-wrapper{
            background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.16)
         }
}

For Edge
@supports (-ms-ime-align:auto) {
    .banner-wrapper{
            background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.16);
         }
}

Rails: Get Client IP address

Get client ip using command:

request.remote_ip

Qt - reading from a text file

You have to replace string line

QString line = in.readLine();

into while:

QFile file("/home/hamad/lesson11.txt");
if(!file.open(QIODevice::ReadOnly)) {
    QMessageBox::information(0, "error", file.errorString());
}

QTextStream in(&file);

while(!in.atEnd()) {
    QString line = in.readLine();    
    QStringList fields = line.split(",");    
    model->appendRow(fields);    
}

file.close();

Will Google Android ever support .NET?

.NET compact framework has been ported to Symbian OS (http://www.redfivelabs.com/). If .NET as a 'closed' platform can be ported to this platform, I can't see any reason why it cannot be done for Android.

position fixed is not working

I had a similar problem caused by the addition of a CSS value for perspective in the body CSS

body { perspective: 1200px; }

Killed

#mainNav { position: fixed; }

How do I get which JRadioButton is selected from a ButtonGroup

Use the isSelected() method. It will tell you the state of your radioButton. Using it in combination with a loop(say for loop) you can find which one has been selected.

How to concatenate string variables in Bash

a="Hello,"
a=$a" World!"
echo $a

This is how you concatenate two strings.

KeyListener, keyPressed versus keyTyped

private String message;
private ScreenManager s;


//Here is an example of code to add the keyListener() as suggested; modify 
public void init(){
Window w = s.getFullScreenWindow();
w.addKeyListener(this);

public void keyPressed(KeyEvent e){
    int keyCode = e.getKeyCode();
        if(keyCode == KeyEvent.VK_F5)
            message = "Pressed: " + KeyEvent.getKeyText(keyCode);
}

move div with CSS transition

Just to add my answer, it seems that the transitions need to be based on initial values and final values within the css properties to be able to manage the animation.

Those reworked css classes should provide the expected result :

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.box{_x000D_
    position: relative;  _x000D_
    top:0px;_x000D_
    left:0px;_x000D_
    width:0px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.box:hover .hidden{_x000D_
    opacity: 1;_x000D_
     width: 500px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.box .hidden{    _x000D_
   background: yellow;_x000D_
    height: 300px;    _x000D_
    position: absolute; _x000D_
    top: 0px;_x000D_
    left: 0px;    _x000D_
    width: 0px;_x000D_
    opacity: 0;    _x000D_
    transition: all 1s ease;_x000D_
}
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<div class="box">_x000D_
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    <a href="#">_x000D_
        <img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8207/8275533487_5ebe5826ee.jpg"></a>_x000D_
        <div class="hidden"></div>_x000D_
_x000D_
</div>
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http://jsfiddle.net/u2FKM/2199/

How do I programmatically get the GUID of an application in .NET 2.0

Try the following code. The value you are looking for is stored on a GuidAttribute instance attached to the Assembly

using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    var assembly = typeof(Program).Assembly;
    var attribute = (GuidAttribute)assembly.GetCustomAttributes(typeof(GuidAttribute),true)[0];
    var id = attribute.Value;
    Console.WriteLine(id);
}

Formatting dates on X axis in ggplot2

Can you use date as a factor?

Yes, but you probably shouldn't.

...or should you use as.Date on a date column?

Yes.

Which leads us to this:

library(scales)
df$Month <- as.Date(df$Month)
ggplot(df, aes(x = Month, y = AvgVisits)) + 
  geom_bar(stat = "identity") +
  theme_bw() +
  labs(x = "Month", y = "Average Visits per User") +
  scale_x_date(labels = date_format("%m-%Y"))

enter image description here

in which I've added stat = "identity" to your geom_bar call.

In addition, the message about the binwidth wasn't an error. An error will actually say "Error" in it, and similarly a warning will always say "Warning" in it. Otherwise it's just a message.

What's the Linq to SQL equivalent to TOP or LIMIT/OFFSET?

I had to use Take(n) method, then transform to list, Worked like a charm:

    var listTest = (from x in table1
                     join y in table2
                     on x.field1 equals y.field1
                     orderby x.id descending
                     select new tempList()
                     {
                         field1 = y.field1,
                         active = x.active
                     }).Take(10).ToList();

How to hide Soft Keyboard when activity starts

To hide the softkeyboard at the time of New Activity start or onCreate(),onStart() method etc. use the code below:

getActivity().getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.
LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_HIDDEN);

To hide softkeyboard at the time of Button is click in activity:

View view = this.getCurrentFocus();

    if (view != null) {
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        assert imm != null;
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
    }

Javascript Get Values from Multiple Select Option Box

The for loop is getting one extra run. Change

for (x=0;x<=InvForm.SelBranch.length;x++)

to

for (x=0; x < InvForm.SelBranch.length; x++)

Disable button in WPF?

In MVVM (wich makes a lot of things a lot easier - you should try it) you would have two properties in your ViewModel Text that is bound to your TextBox and you would have an ICommand property Apply (or similar) that is bound to the button:

<Button Command="Apply">Apply</Button>

The ICommand interface has a Method CanExecute that is where you return true if (!string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(this.Text). The rest is done by WPF for you (enabling/disabling, executing the actual command on click).

The linked article explains it in detail.

getaddrinfo: nodename nor servname provided, or not known

For me, I had to change a line of code in my local_env.yml to get the rspec tests to run.

I had originally had:

REDIS_HOST: 'redis'

and changed it to:

REDIS_HOST: 'localhost'

and the test ran fine.

Logging POST data from $request_body

FWIW, this config worked for me:

location = /logpush.html {
  if ($request_method = POST) {
    access_log /var/log/nginx/push.log push_requests;
    proxy_pass $scheme://127.0.0.1/logsink;
    break;
  }   
  return 200 $scheme://$host/serviceup.html;
}   
#
location /logsink {
  return 200;
}

Show two digits after decimal point in c++

The easiest way to do this, is using cstdio's printf. Actually, i'm surprised that anyone mentioned printf! anyway, you need to include the library, like this...

#include<cstdio>

int main() {
    double total;
    cin>>total;
    printf("%.2f\n", total);
}

This will print the value of "total" (that's what %, and then ,total does) with 2 floating points (that's what .2f does). And the \n at the end, is just the end of line, and this works with UVa's judge online compiler options, that is:

g++ -lm -lcrypt -O2 -pipe -DONLINE_JUDGE filename.cpp

the code you are trying to run will not run with this compiler options...

Can PHP cURL retrieve response headers AND body in a single request?

The problem with many answers here is that "\r\n\r\n" can legitimately appear in the body of the html, so you can't be sure that you're splitting headers correctly.

It seems that the only way to store headers separately with one call to curl_exec is to use a callback as is suggested above in https://stackoverflow.com/a/25118032/3326494

And then to (reliably) get just the body of the request, you would need to pass the value of the Content-Length header to substr() as a negative start value.

How do I access previous promise results in a .then() chain?

Break the chain

When you need to access the intermediate values in your chain, you should split your chain apart in those single pieces that you need. Instead of attaching one callback and somehow trying to use its parameter multiple times, attach multiple callbacks to the same promise - wherever you need the result value. Don't forget, a promise just represents (proxies) a future value! Next to deriving one promise from the other in a linear chain, use the promise combinators that are given to you by your library to build the result value.

This will result in a very straightforward control flow, clear composition of functionalities and therefore easy modularisation.

function getExample() {
    var a = promiseA(…);
    var b = a.then(function(resultA) {
        // some processing
        return promiseB(…);
    });
    return Promise.all([a, b]).then(function([resultA, resultB]) {
        // more processing
        return // something using both resultA and resultB
    });
}

Instead of the parameter destructuring in the callback after Promise.all that only became avail­able with ES6, in ES5 the then call would be replaced by a nifty helper method that was provided by many promise libraries (Q, Bluebird, when, …): .spread(function(resultA, resultB) { ….

Bluebird also features a dedicated join function to replace that Promise.all+spread combination with a simpler (and more efficient) construct:

…
return Promise.join(a, b, function(resultA, resultB) { … });

ADB Driver and Windows 8.1

I had the following problem:
I had a Android phone without drivers, and it could not be recognized by the Windows 8.1. Neither as phone, neither as USB storage device.

I searched Device manager.
I opened Device manager, I right click on Android Phone->Android Composite Interface.
I selected "Update Driver Software"
I choose "Browse My Computer for Driver Software"
Then I choose "Let me pick from a list of devices"
I selected "USB Composite Device"

A new USB device is added to the list, and I can connect to my phone using adb and Android SDK.

Also I can use the phone as storage device.
Good luck

How to see the values of a table variable at debug time in T-SQL?

In the Stored Procedure create a global temporary table ##temptable and write an insert query within your stored procedure which inserts the data in your table into this temporary table.

Once this is done you can check the content of the temporary table by opening a new query window. Just use "select * from ##temptable"

Custom Authentication in ASP.Net-Core

Creating custom authentication in ASP.NET Core can be done in a variety of ways. If you want to build off existing components (but don't want to use identity), checkout the "Security" category of docs on docs.asp.net. https://docs.asp.net/en/latest/security/index.html

Some articles you might find helpful:

Using Cookie Middleware without ASP.NET Identity

Custom Policy-Based Authorization

And of course, if that fails or docs aren't clear enough, the source code is at https://github.com/dotnet/aspnetcore/tree/master/src/Security which includes some samples.

How to get value of Radio Buttons?

You need to check one if you have two

if(rbMale.Checked)
{

}
else
{

}

You need to check all the checkboxes if more then two

if(rb1.Checked)
{

}
else if(rb2.Checked)
{

}
else if(rb3.Checked)
{

}

Do something if screen width is less than 960 px

I recommend to not use jQuery for such thing and proceed with window.innerWidth:

if (window.innerWidth < 960) {
    doSomething();
}

Environment variable to control java.io.tmpdir?

Use below command on UNIX terminal :

java -XshowSettings

This will display all java properties and system settings. In this look for java.io.tmpdir value.

Git: Merge a Remote branch locally

Whenever I do a merge, I get into the branch I want to merge into (e.g. "git checkout branch-i-am-working-in") and then do the following:

git merge origin/branch-i-want-to-merge-from

Add tooltip to font awesome icon

In regards to this question, this can be easily achieved using a few lines of SASS;

HTML:

<a href="https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=techninja" data-tool-tip="What's a tech ninja?" target="_blank"><i class="fas fa-2x fa-user-ninja" id="tech--ninja"></i></a>

CSS output would be:

a[data-tool-tip]{
    position: relative;
    text-decoration: none;
    color: rgba(255,255,255,0.75);
}

a[data-tool-tip]::after{
    content: attr(data-tool-tip);
    display: block;
    position: absolute;
    background-color: dimgrey;
    padding: 1em 3em;
    color: white;
    border-radius: 5px;
    font-size: .5em;
    bottom: 0;
    left: -180%;
    white-space: nowrap;
    transform: scale(0);
    transition: 
    transform ease-out 150ms,
    bottom ease-out 150ms;
}

a[data-tool-tip]:hover::after{
    transform: scale(1);
    bottom: 200%;
}

Basically the attribute selector [data-tool-tip] selects the content of whatever's inside and allows you to animate it however you want.

How to set minDate to current date in jQuery UI Datepicker?

can also use:

$("input.DateFrom").datepicker({
    minDate: 'today'
});

How to catch exception output from Python subprocess.check_output()?

There are good answers here, but in these answers, there has not been an answer that comes up with the text from the stack-trace output, which is the default behavior of an exception.

If you wish to use that formatted traceback information, you might wish to:

import traceback

try:
    check_call( args )
except CalledProcessError:
    tb = traceback.format_exc()
    tb = tb.replace(passwd, "******")
    print(tb)
    exit(1)

As you might be able to tell, the above is useful in case you have a password in the check_call( args ) that you wish to prevent from displaying.

How might I force a floating DIV to match the height of another floating DIV?

The correct solution for this problem is to use display: table-cell

Important: This solution doesn't need float since table-cell already turns the div into an element that lines up with the others in the same container. That also means you don't have to worry about clearing floats, overflow, background shining through and all the other nasty surprises that the float hack brings along to the party.

CSS:

.container {
  display: table;
}
.column {
  display: table-cell;
  width: 100px;
}

HTML:

<div class="container">
    <div class="column">Column 1.</div>
    <div class="column">Column 2 is a bit longer.</div>
    <div class="column">Column 3 is longer with lots of text in it.</div>
</div>

Related:

How to enable production mode?

In environment.ts file set production to true

export const environment = {
  production: true
};

Django datetime issues (default=datetime.now())

From the documentation on the django model default field:

The default value for the field. This can be a value or a callable object. If callable it will be called every time a new object is created.

Therefore following should work:

date = models.DateTimeField(default=datetime.now,blank=True)

Confirm deletion using Bootstrap 3 modal box

You need the modal in your HTML. When the delete button is clicked it popup the modal. It's also important to prevent the click of that button from submitting the form. When the confirmation is clicked the form will submit.

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   _x000D_
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 $('button[name="remove_levels"]').on('click', function(e) {_x000D_
      var $form = $(this).closest('form');_x000D_
      e.preventDefault();_x000D_
      $('#confirm').modal({_x000D_
          backdrop: 'static',_x000D_
          keyboard: false_x000D_
      })_x000D_
      .on('click', '#delete', function(e) {_x000D_
          $form.trigger('submit');_x000D_
        });_x000D_
      $("#cancel").on('click',function(e){_x000D_
       e.preventDefault();_x000D_
       $('#confirm').modal.model('hide');_x000D_
      });_x000D_
    });
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<link href="http://getbootstrap.com/2.3.2/assets/css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" />_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<script src="http://getbootstrap.com/2.3.2/assets/js/bootstrap.js"></script>_x000D_
<form action="#" method="POST">_x000D_
  <button class='btn btn-danger btn-xs' type="submit" name="remove_levels" value="delete"><span class="fa fa-times"></span> delete</button>_x000D_
</form>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div id="confirm" class="modal">_x000D_
  <div class="modal-body">_x000D_
    Are you sure?_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="modal-footer">_x000D_
    <button type="button" data-dismiss="modal" class="btn btn-primary" id="delete">Delete</button>_x000D_
    <button type="button" data-dismiss="modal" class="btn">Cancel</button>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
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How can I get the current network interface throughput statistics on Linux/UNIX?

Besides iftop and iptraf, also check:

  • bwm-ng (Bandwidth Monitor Next Generation)

and/or

  • cbm (Color Bandwidth Meter)

ref: http://www.powercram.com/2010/01/bandwidth-monitoring-tools-for-ubuntu.html

How to access static resources when mapping a global front controller servlet on /*

With Spring 3.0.4.RELEASE and higher you can use

<mvc:resources mapping="/resources/**" location="/public-resources/"/>

As seen in Spring Reference.

How can JavaScript save to a local file?

So, your real question is: "How can JavaScript save to a local file?"

Take a look at http://www.tiddlywiki.com/

They save their HTML page locally after you have "changed" it internally.

[ UPDATE 2016.01.31 ]

TiddlyWiki original version saved directly. It was quite nice, and saved to a configurable backup directory with the timestamp as part of the backup filename.

TiddlyWiki current version just downloads it as any file download. You need to do your own backup management. :(

[ END OF UPDATE

The trick is, you have to open the page as file:// not as http:// to be able to save locally.

The security on your browser will not let you save to _someone_else's_ local system, only to your own, and even then it isn't trivial.

-Jesse

JQuery, setTimeout not working

You've got a couple of issues here.

Firstly, you're defining your code within an anonymous function. This construct:

(function() {
  ...
)();

does two things. It defines an anonymous function and calls it. There are scope reasons to do this but I'm not sure it's what you actually want.

You're passing in a code block to setTimeout(). The problem is that update() is not within scope when executed like that. It however if you pass in a function pointer instead so this works:

(function() {
  $(document).ready(function() {update();});

  function update() { 
    $("#board").append(".");
    setTimeout(update, 1000);     }
  }
)();

because the function pointer update is within scope of that block.

But like I said, there is no need for the anonymous function so you can rewrite it like this:

$(document).ready(function() {update();});

function update() { 
  $("#board").append(".");
  setTimeout(update, 1000);     }
}

or

$(document).ready(function() {update();});

function update() { 
  $("#board").append(".");
  setTimeout('update()', 1000);     }
}

and both of these work. The second works because the update() within the code block is within scope now.

I also prefer the $(function() { ... } shortened block form and rather than calling setTimeout() within update() you can just use setInterval() instead:

$(function() {
  setInterval(update, 1000);
});

function update() {
  $("#board").append(".");
}

Hope that clears that up.

Error handling with try and catch in Laravel

You are inside a namespace so you should use \Exception to specify the global namespace:

try {

  $this->buildXMLHeader();

} catch (\Exception $e) {

    return $e->getMessage();
}

In your code you've used catch (Exception $e) so Exception is being searched in/as:

App\Services\PayUService\Exception

Since there is no Exception class inside App\Services\PayUService so it's not being triggered. Alternatively, you can use a use statement at the top of your class like use Exception; and then you can use catch (Exception $e).

How to create an empty array in Swift?

Here you go:

var yourArray = [String]()

The above also works for other types and not just strings. It's just an example.

Adding Values to It

I presume you'll eventually want to add a value to it!

yourArray.append("String Value")

Or

let someString = "You can also pass a string variable, like this!"
yourArray.append(someString)

Add by Inserting

Once you have a few values, you can insert new values instead of appending. For example, if you wanted to insert new objects at the beginning of the array (instead of appending them to the end):

yourArray.insert("Hey, I'm first!", atIndex: 0)

Or you can use variables to make your insert more flexible:

let lineCutter = "I'm going to be first soon."
let positionToInsertAt = 0
yourArray.insert(lineCutter, atIndex: positionToInsertAt)

You May Eventually Want to Remove Some Stuff

var yourOtherArray = ["MonkeysRule", "RemoveMe", "SwiftRules"]
yourOtherArray.remove(at: 1)

The above works great when you know where in the array the value is (that is, when you know its index value). As the index values begin at 0, the second entry will be at index 1.

Removing Values Without Knowing the Index

But what if you don't? What if yourOtherArray has hundreds of values and all you know is you want to remove the one equal to "RemoveMe"?

if let indexValue = yourOtherArray.index(of: "RemoveMe") {
    yourOtherArray.remove(at: indexValue)
}

This should get you started!

Using "label for" on radio buttons

You almost got it. It should be this:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<input type="radio" name="group1" id="r1" value="1" />_x000D_
<label for="r1"> button one</label>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

The value in for should be the id of the element you are labeling.

java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError Unsupported major.minor version 51.0

java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError happens because of a higher JDK during compile time and lower JDK during runtime.

Here's the list of versions:

Java SE 9 = 53,
Java SE 8 = 52,
Java SE 7 = 51,
Java SE 6.0 = 50,
Java SE 5.0 = 49,
JDK 1.4 = 48,
JDK 1.3 = 47,
JDK 1.2 = 46,
JDK 1.1 = 45

How do I change UIView Size?

This can be achieved in various methods in Swift 3.0 Worked on Latest version MAY- 2019

Directly assign the Height & Width values for a view:

userView.frame.size.height = 0

userView.frame.size.width = 10

Assign the CGRect for the Frame

userView.frame =  CGRect(x:0, y: 0, width:0, height:0)

Method Details:

CGRect(x: point of X, y: point of Y, width: Width of View, height: Height of View)

Using an Extension method for CGRECT

Add following extension code in any swift file,

extension CGRect {

    init(_ x:CGFloat, _ y:CGFloat, _ w:CGFloat, _ h:CGFloat) {

        self.init(x:x, y:y, width:w, height:h)
    }
}

Use the following code anywhere in your application for the view to set the size parameters

userView.frame =  CGRect(1, 1, 20, 45)

Visual Studio debugger error: Unable to start program Specified file cannot be found

I had the same problem :) Verify the "Source code" folder on the "Solution Explorer", if it doesn't contain any "source code" file then :

Right click on "Source code" > Add > Existing Item > Choose the file You want to build and run.

Good luck ;)

Escape invalid XML characters in C#

Here is an optimized version of the above method RemoveInvalidXmlChars which doesn't create a new array on every call, thus stressing the GC unnecessarily:

public static string RemoveInvalidXmlChars(string text)
{
    if (text == null)
        return text;
    if (text.Length == 0)
        return text;

    // a bit complicated, but avoids memory usage if not necessary
    StringBuilder result = null;
    for (int i = 0; i < text.Length; i++)
    {
        var ch = text[i];
        if (XmlConvert.IsXmlChar(ch))
        {
            result?.Append(ch);
        }
        else if (result == null)
        {
            result = new StringBuilder();
            result.Append(text.Substring(0, i));
        }
    }

    if (result == null)
        return text; // no invalid xml chars detected - return original text
    else
        return result.ToString();

}

Load a Bootstrap popover content with AJAX. Is this possible?

IN 2015, this is the best answer

$('.popup-ajax').mouseenter(function() {
   var i = this
   $.ajax({
      url: $(this).attr('data-link'), 
      dataType: "html", 
      cache:true, 
      success: function( data{
         $(i).popover({
            html:true,
            placement:'left',
            title:$(i).html(),
            content:data
         }).popover('show')
      }
   })
});

$('.popup-ajax').mouseout(function() {
  $('.popover:visible').popover('destroy')
});

How to round 0.745 to 0.75 using BigDecimal.ROUND_HALF_UP?

Use BigDecimal.valueOf(double d) instead of new BigDecimal(double d). The last one has precision errors by float and double.

jinja2.exceptions.TemplateNotFound error

You put your template in the wrong place. From the Flask docs:

Flask will look for templates in the templates folder. So if your application is a module, this folder is next to that module, if it’s a package it’s actually inside your package: See the docs for more information: http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/quickstart/#rendering-templates

Turning off hibernate logging console output

To get rid of logger output in console try this.

ch.qos.logback.classic.LoggerContext.LoggerContext loggerContext = (LoggerContext) org.slf4j.LoggerFactory.LoggerFactory.getILoggerFactory();

loggerContext.stop();

These statements disabled all the console outputs from logger.

How to extract one column of a csv file

I think the easiest is using csvkit:

Gets the 2nd column: csvcut -c 2 file.csv

However, there's also csvtool, and probably a number of other csv bash tools out there:

sudo apt-get install csvtool (for Debian-based systems)

This would return a column with the first row having 'ID' in it. csvtool namedcol ID csv_file.csv

This would return the fourth row: csvtool col 4 csv_file.csv

If you want to drop the header row:

csvtool col 4 csv_file.csv | sed '1d'

MySQL - How to parse a string value to DATETIME format inside an INSERT statement?

Use MySQL's STR_TO_DATE() function to parse the string that you're attempting to insert:

INSERT INTO tblInquiry (fldInquiryReceivedDateTime) VALUES
  (STR_TO_DATE('5/15/2012 8:06:26 AM', '%c/%e/%Y %r'))

Cannot import keras after installation

Firstly checked the list of installed Python packages by:

pip list | grep -i keras

If there is keras shown then install it by:

pip install keras --upgrade --log ./pip-keras.log

now check the log, if there is any pending dependencies are present, it will affect your installation. So remove dependencies and then again install it.

Room - Schema export directory is not provided to the annotation processor so we cannot export the schema

Kotlin? Here we go:

android {

    // ... (compileSdkVersion, buildToolsVersion, etc)

    defaultConfig {

        // ... (applicationId, miSdkVersion, etc)

        kapt {
            arguments {
                arg("room.schemaLocation", "$projectDir/schemas")
            }
        }
    }

    buildTypes {
        // ... (buildTypes, compileOptions, etc)
    }
}

//...

Don't forget about plugin:

apply plugin: 'kotlin-kapt'

For more information about kotlin annotation processor please visit: Kotlin docs

Change Toolbar color in Appcompat 21

If you want to change the color of your toolbar all throughout your app, leverage the styles.xml. In general, I avoid altering ui components in my java code unless I am trying to do something programatically. If this is a one time set, then you should be doing it in xml to make your code cleaner. Here is what your styles.xml will look like:

    <!-- Base application theme. -->
<style name="YourAppName.AppTheme" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.DarkActionBar">
    <!-- Color Primary will be your toolbar color -->
    <item name="colorPrimary">@color/colorPrimary</item>
    <!-- Color Primary Dark will be your default status bar color -->
    <item name="colorPrimaryDark">@color/colorPrimaryDark</item>
</style>

Make sure you use the above style in your AndroidManifext.xml as such:

    <application
        android:theme="@style/YourAppName.AppTheme">
    </application>

I wanted different toolbar colors for different activities. So I leveraged styles again like this:

    <style name="YourAppName.AppTheme.Activity1">
    <item name="colorPrimary">@color/activity1_primary</item>
    <item name="colorPrimaryDark">@color/activity1_primaryDark</item>
</style>

<style name="YourAppName.AppTheme.Activity2">
    <item name="colorPrimary">@color/activity2_primary</item>
    <item name="colorPrimaryDark">@color/activity2_primaryDark</item>
</style>

again, apply the styles to each activity in your AndroidManifest.xml as such:

<activity
    android:name=".Activity2"
    android:theme="@style/YourAppName.AppTheme.Activity2"
</activity>

<activity
    android:name=".Activity1"
    android:theme="@style/YourAppName.AppTheme.Activity1"
</activity>

Response::json() - Laravel 5.1

although Response::json() is not getting popular of recent, that does not stop you and Me from using it. In fact you don't need any facade to use it,

instead of:

$response = Response::json($messages, 200);

Use this:

$response = \Response::json($messages, 200);

with the slash, you are sure good to go.

When should I use cross apply over inner join?

It seems to me that CROSS APPLY can fill a certain gap when working with calculated fields in complex/nested queries, and make them simpler and more readable.

Simple example: you have a DoB and you want to present multiple age-related fields that will also rely on other data sources (such as employment), like Age, AgeGroup, AgeAtHiring, MinimumRetirementDate, etc. for use in your end-user application (Excel PivotTables, for example).

Options are limited and rarely elegant:

  • JOIN subqueries cannot introduce new values in the dataset based on data in the parent query (it must stand on its own).

  • UDFs are neat, but slow as they tend to prevent parallel operations. And being a separate entity can be a good (less code) or a bad (where is the code) thing.

  • Junction tables. Sometimes they can work, but soon enough you're joining subqueries with tons of UNIONs. Big mess.

  • Create yet another single-purpose view, assuming your calculations don't require data obtained mid-way through your main query.

  • Intermediary tables. Yes... that usually works, and often a good option as they can be indexed and fast, but performance can also drop due to to UPDATE statements not being parallel and not allowing to cascade formulas (reuse results) to update several fields within the same statement. And sometimes you'd just prefer to do things in one pass.

  • Nesting queries. Yes at any point you can put parenthesis on your entire query and use it as a subquery upon which you can manipulate source data and calculated fields alike. But you can only do this so much before it gets ugly. Very ugly.

  • Repeating code. What is the greatest value of 3 long (CASE...ELSE...END) statements? That's gonna be readable!

    • Tell your clients to calculate the damn things themselves.

Did I miss something? Probably, so feel free to comment. But hey, CROSS APPLY is like a godsend in such situations: you just add a simple CROSS APPLY (select tbl.value + 1 as someFormula) as crossTbl and voilà! Your new field is now ready for use practically like it had always been there in your source data.

Values introduced through CROSS APPLY can...

  • be used to create one or multiple calculated fields without adding performance, complexity or readability issues to the mix
  • like with JOINs, several subsequent CROSS APPLY statements can refer to themselves: CROSS APPLY (select crossTbl.someFormula + 1 as someMoreFormula) as crossTbl2
  • you can use values introduced by a CROSS APPLY in subsequent JOIN conditions
  • As a bonus, there's the Table-valued function aspect

Dang, there's nothing they can't do!

Difference between java.lang.RuntimeException and java.lang.Exception

Exceptions are a good way to handle unexpected events in your application flow. RuntimeException are unchecked by the Compiler but you may prefer to use Exceptions that extend Exception Class to control the behaviour of your api clients as they are required to catch errors for them to compile. Also forms good documentation.

If want to achieve clean interface use inheritance to subclass the different types of exception your application has and then expose the parent exception.

Npm install cannot find module 'semver'

On MS Windows, the solution is to remove %APPDATA%\npm and reinstall node

org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No bean named 'customerService' is defined

Just another possibility: Spring initializes bean by type not by name if you don't define bean with a name, which is ok if you use it by its type:

Producer:

@Service
public void FooServiceImpl implements FooService{}

Consumer:

@Autowired
private FooService fooService;

or

@Autowired
private void setFooService(FooService fooService) {}

but not ok if you use it by name:

ApplicationContext ctx = new ClassPathXmlApplicationContext("applicationContext.xml");
ctx.getBean("fooService");

It would complain: org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No bean named 'fooService' is defined In this case, assigning name to @Service("fooService") would make it work.

How to generate and validate a software license key?

Simple answer - No matter what scheme you use it can be cracked.

Don't punish honest customers with a system meant to prevent hackers, as hackers will crack it regardless.

A simple hashed code tied to their email or similar is probably good enough. Hardware based IDs always become an issue when people need to reinstall or update hardware.

Good thread on the issue: http://discuss.joelonsoftware.com/default.asp?biz.5.82298.34

How to get the mobile number of current sim card in real device?

You can use the TelephonyManager to do this:

TelephonyManager tm = (TelephonyManager)getSystemService(TELEPHONY_SERVICE); 
String number = tm.getLine1Number();

The documentation for getLine1Number() says this method will return null if the number is "unavailable", but it does not say when the number might be unavailable.

You'll need to give your application permission to make this query by adding the following to your Manifest:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE"/>

(You shouldn't use TelephonyManager.getDefault() to get the TelephonyManager as that is a private undocumented API call and may change in future.)

changing minDate option in JQuery DatePicker not working

How to dynamically alter the minDate (after init)

The above answers address how to set the default minDate at init, but the question was actually how to dynamically alter the minDate, below I also clarify How to set the default minDate.

All that was wrong with the original question was that the minDate value being set should have been a string (don't forget the quotes):

$('#datePickerId').datepicker('option', 'minDate', '3');

minDate also accepts a date object and a common use is to have an end date you are trying to calculate so something like this could be useful:

$('#datePickerId').datepicker(
    'option', 'minDate', new Date($(".datePop.start").val())
);

How to set the default minDate (at init)

Just answering this for best practice; the minDate option expects one of:

  1. a string in the current dateFormat OR
  2. number of days from today (e.g. +7) OR
  3. string of values and periods ('y' for years, 'm' for months, 'w' for weeks, 'd' for days, e.g. '-1y -1m')

@bogart setting the string to "0" is a solution as it satisfies option 2 above

$('#datePickerId').datepicker('minDate': '3');

jQuery UI docs for minDate

How to concatenate two MP4 files using FFmpeg?

The concat protocol described here; https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Concatenate#protocol

When implemented using named pipes to avoid intermediate files

Is very fast (read: instant), has no frames dropped, and works well.

Remember to delete the named pipe files and remember to check if the video is H264 and AAC which you can do with just ffmpeg -i filename.mp4 (check for h264 and aac mentions)

How to export and import a .sql file from command line with options?

You can use this script to export or import any database from terminal given at this link: https://github.com/Ridhwanluthra/mysql_import_export_script/blob/master/mysql_import_export_script.sh

echo -e "Welcome to the import/export database utility\n"
echo -e "the default location of mysqldump file is: /opt/lampp/bin/mysqldump\n"
echo -e "the default location of mysql file is: /opt/lampp/bin/mysql\n"
read -p 'Would like you like to change the default location [y/n]: ' location_change
read -p "Please enter your username: " u_name
read -p 'Would you like to import or export a database: [import/export]: ' action
echo

mysqldump_location=/opt/lampp/bin/mysqldump
mysql_location=/opt/lampp/bin/mysql

if [ "$action" == "export" ]; then
    if [ "$location_change" == "y" ]; then
        read -p 'Give the location of mysqldump that you want to use: ' mysqldump_location
        echo
    else
        echo -e "Using default location of mysqldump\n"
    fi
    read -p 'Give the name of database in which you would like to export: ' db_name
    read -p 'Give the complete path of the .sql file in which you would like to export the database: ' sql_file
    $mysqldump_location -u $u_name -p $db_name > $sql_file
elif [ "$action" == "import" ]; then
    if [ "$location_change" == "y" ]; then
        read -p 'Give the location of mysql that you want to use: ' mysql_location
        echo
    else
        echo -e "Using default location of mysql\n"
    fi
    read -p 'Give the complete path of the .sql file you would like to import: ' sql_file
    read -p 'Give the name of database in which to import this file: ' db_name
    $mysql_location -u $u_name -p $db_name < $sql_file
else
    echo "please select a valid command"
fi

Requested registry access is not allowed

This issue has to do with granting the necessary authorization to the user account the application runs on. To read a similar situation and a detailed response for the correct solution, as documented by Microsoft, feel free to visit this post: http://rambletech.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/requested-registry-access-is-not-allowed/

How to use the divide function in the query?

Assuming all of these columns are int, then the first thing to sort out is converting one or more of them to a better data type - int division performs truncation, so anything less than 100% would give you a result of 0:

select (100.0 * (SPGI09_EARLY_OVER_T – SPGI09_OVER_WK_EARLY_ADJUST_T)) / (SPGI09_EARLY_OVER_T + SPGR99_LATE_CM_T  + SPGR99_ON_TIME_Q)
from 
CSPGI09_OVERSHIPMENT 

Here, I've mutiplied one of the numbers by 100.0 which will force the result of the calculation to be done with floats rather than ints. By choosing 100, I'm also getting it ready to be treated as a %.

I was also a little confused by your bracketing - I think I've got it correct - but you had brackets around single values, and then in other places you had a mix of operators (- and /) at the same level, and so were relying on the precedence rules to define which operator applied first.

How should I print types like off_t and size_t?

To print off_t:

printf("%jd\n", (intmax_t)x);

To print size_t:

printf("%zu\n", x);

To print ssize_t:

printf("%zd\n", x);

See 7.19.6.1/7 in the C99 standard, or the more convenient POSIX documentation of formatting codes:

http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009695399/functions/fprintf.html

If your implementation doesn't support those formatting codes (for example because you're on C89), then you have a bit of a problem since AFAIK there aren't integer types in C89 that have formatting codes and are guaranteed to be as big as these types. So you need to do something implementation-specific.

For example if your compiler has long long and your standard library supports %lld, you can confidently expect that will serve in place of intmax_t. But if it doesn't, you'll have to fall back to long, which would fail on some other implementations because it's too small.

How to delete the contents of a folder?

You can delete the folder itself, as well as all its contents, using shutil.rmtree:

import shutil
shutil.rmtree('/path/to/folder')
shutil.rmtree(path, ignore_errors=False, onerror=None)


Delete an entire directory tree; path must point to a directory (but not a symbolic link to a directory). If ignore_errors is true, errors resulting from failed removals will be ignored; if false or omitted, such errors are handled by calling a handler specified by onerror or, if that is omitted, they raise an exception.

How to add/update child entities when updating a parent entity in EF

Because the model that gets posted to the WebApi controller is detached from any entity-framework (EF) context, the only option is to load the object graph (parent including its children) from the database and compare which children have been added, deleted or updated. (Unless you would track the changes with your own tracking mechanism during the detached state (in the browser or wherever) which in my opinion is more complex than the following.) It could look like this:

public void Update(UpdateParentModel model)
{
    var existingParent = _dbContext.Parents
        .Where(p => p.Id == model.Id)
        .Include(p => p.Children)
        .SingleOrDefault();

    if (existingParent != null)
    {
        // Update parent
        _dbContext.Entry(existingParent).CurrentValues.SetValues(model);

        // Delete children
        foreach (var existingChild in existingParent.Children.ToList())
        {
            if (!model.Children.Any(c => c.Id == existingChild.Id))
                _dbContext.Children.Remove(existingChild);
        }

        // Update and Insert children
        foreach (var childModel in model.Children)
        {
            var existingChild = existingParent.Children
                .Where(c => c.Id == childModel.Id && c.Id != default(int))
                .SingleOrDefault();

            if (existingChild != null)
                // Update child
                _dbContext.Entry(existingChild).CurrentValues.SetValues(childModel);
            else
            {
                // Insert child
                var newChild = new Child
                {
                    Data = childModel.Data,
                    //...
                };
                existingParent.Children.Add(newChild);
            }
        }

        _dbContext.SaveChanges();
    }
}

...CurrentValues.SetValues can take any object and maps property values to the attached entity based on the property name. If the property names in your model are different from the names in the entity you can't use this method and must assign the values one by one.

How to make a smaller RatingBar?

I found an easier solution than I think given by the ones above and easier than rolling your own. I simply created a small rating bar, then added an onTouchListener to it. From there I compute the width of the click and determine the number of stars from that. Having used this several times, the only quirk I've found is that drawing of a small rating bar doesn't always turn out right in a table unless I enclose it in a LinearLayout (looks right in the editor, but not the device). Anyway, in my layout:

            <LinearLayout
                android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content" >
                <RatingBar
                    android:id="@+id/myRatingBar"
                    style="?android:attr/ratingBarStyleSmall"
                    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                    android:numStars="5" />
            </LinearLayout>

and within my activity:

    final RatingBar minimumRating = (RatingBar)findViewById(R.id.myRatingBar);
    minimumRating.setOnTouchListener(new OnTouchListener()
    { 
        public boolean onTouch(View view, MotionEvent event)
        { 
            float touchPositionX = event.getX();
            float width = minimumRating.getWidth();
            float starsf = (touchPositionX / width) * 5.0f;
            int stars = (int)starsf + 1;
            minimumRating.setRating(stars);
            return true; 
        } 
    });

I hope this helps someone else. Definitely easier than drawing one's own (although I've found that also works, but I just wanted an easy use of stars).

SQL Server : fetching records between two dates?

Try this:

select * 
from xxx 
where dates >= '2012-10-26 00:00:00.000' and dates <= '2012-10-27 23:59:59.997'

Print debugging info from stored procedure in MySQL

Quick way to print something is:

select '** Place your mesage here' AS '** DEBUG:';

How to Convert double to int in C?

This is the notorious floating point rounding issue. Just add a very small number, to correct the issue.

double a;
a=3669.0;
int b;
b=a+ 1e-9;

Simple CSS Animation Loop – Fading In & Out "Loading" Text

well looking for a simpler variation I found this:

it's truly smart, and I guess you might want to add other browsers variations too although it worked for me both on Chrome and Firefox.

demo and credit => http://codepen.io/Ahrengot/pen/bKdLC

_x000D_
_x000D_
@keyframes fadeIn { _x000D_
  from { opacity: 0; } _x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.animate-flicker {_x000D_
    animation: fadeIn 1s infinite alternate;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<h2 class="animate-flicker">Jump in the hole!</h2>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

SVN change username

The command, that can be executed:

svn up --username newUsername

Works perfectly ;)

P.S. Just a hint: "--username" option can be executed on any "svn" command, not just update.

W3WP.EXE using 100% CPU - where to start?

This is a guess at best, but perhaps your development team is building and deploying the application in debug mode, in stead of release mode. This will cause the occurrence of .pdb files. The implication of this is that your application will take up additional resources to collect system state and debugging information during the execution of your system, causing more processor utilization.

So, it would be simple enough to ensure that they are building and deploying in release mode.

What is the difference between varchar and nvarchar?

I would say, it depends.

If you develop a desktop application, where the OS works in Unicode (like all current Windows systems) and language does natively support Unicode (default strings are Unicode, like in Java or C#), then go nvarchar.

If you develop a web application, where strings come in as UTF-8, and language is PHP, which still does not support Unicode natively (in versions 5.x), then varchar will probably be a better choice.

The value violated the integrity constraints for the column

It usually happens when Allow Nulls option is unchecked.

Solution:

  1. Look at the name of the column for this error/warning.
  2. Go to SSMS and find the table
  3. Allow Null for that Column
  4. Save the table
  5. Rerun the SSIS

Try these steps. It worked for me.

See this link

How to implement and do OCR in a C# project?

Some online API's work pretty well: ocr.space and Google Cloud Vision. Both of these are free, as long as you do less than 1000 OCR's per month. You can drag & drop an image to do a quick manual test to see how they perform for your images.

I find OCR.space easier to use (no messing around with nuget libraries), but, for my purpose, Google Cloud Vision provided slightly better results than OCR.space.

Google Cloud Vision example:

GoogleCredential cred = GoogleCredential.FromJson(json);
Channel channel = new Channel(ImageAnnotatorClient.DefaultEndpoint.Host, ImageAnnotatorClient.DefaultEndpoint.Port, cred.ToChannelCredentials());
ImageAnnotatorClient client = ImageAnnotatorClient.Create(channel);
Image image = Image.FromStream(stream);

EntityAnnotation googleOcrText = client.DetectText(image).First();
Console.Write(googleOcrText.Description);

OCR.space example:

string uri = $"https://api.ocr.space/parse/imageurl?apikey=helloworld&url={imageUri}";
string responseString = WebUtilities.DoGetRequest(uri);
OcrSpaceResult result = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<OcrSpaceResult>(responseString);
if ((!result.IsErroredOnProcessing) && !String.IsNullOrEmpty(result.ParsedResults[0].ParsedText))
  return result.ParsedResults[0].ParsedText;

SQLite table constraint - unique on multiple columns

If you already have a table and can't/don't want to recreate it for whatever reason, use indexes:

CREATE UNIQUE INDEX my_index ON my_table(col_1, col_2);

Comma separated results in SQL

I just saw another question very similar to this!

Here is the canonical NORTHWIND (spelled just slightly different for some reason) database example.

SELECT *
FROM [NORTHWND].[dbo].[Products]

enter image description here

SELECT CategoryId,
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 1 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END ) + ', ' +
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 2 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END ) + ', ' +
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 3 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END ) + ', ' +
           MAX( CASE seq WHEN 4 THEN ProductName ELSE '' END )
      FROM ( SELECT p1.CategoryId, p1.ProductName,
                    ( SELECT COUNT(*) 
                        FROM NORTHWND.dbo.Products p2
                        WHERE p2.CategoryId = p1.CategoryId
                        AND p2.ProductName <= p1.ProductName )
             FROM NORTHWND.dbo.Products p1 ) D ( CategoryId, ProductName, seq )
     GROUP BY CategoryId ;

enter image description here

Why is my method undefined for the type object?

The line

Object EchoServer0;

says that you are allocating an Object named EchoServer0. This has nothing to do with the class EchoServer0. Furthermore, the object is not initialized, so EchoServer0 is null. Classes and identifiers have separate namespaces. This will actually compile:

String String = "abc";  // My use of String String was deliberate.

Please keep to the Java naming standards: classes begin with a capital letter, identifiers begin with a small letter, constants and enums are all-capitals.

public final String ME = "Eric Jablow";
public final double GAMMA = 0.5772;
public enum Color { RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN, BLUE, INDIGO, VIOLET}
public COLOR background = Color.RED;

Ignore Typescript Errors "property does not exist on value of type"

You can also use the following trick:

y.x = "some custom property"//gives typescript error

y["x"] = "some custom property"//no errors

Note, that to access x and dont get a typescript error again you need to write it like that y["x"], not y.x. So from this perspective the other options are better.

get all the elements of a particular form

I could have sworn there used to be a convenient fields property on a form but … Must have been my imagination.

I just do this (for <form name="my_form"></form>) because I usually don't want fieldsets themselves:

let fields = Array.from(document.forms.my_form.querySelectorAll('input, select, textarea'));

What's the best way to generate a UML diagram from Python source code?

Epydoc is a tool to generate API documentation from Python source code. It also generates UML class diagrams, using Graphviz in fancy ways. Here is an example of diagram generated from the source code of Epydoc itself.

Because Epydoc performs both object introspection and source parsing it can gather more informations respect to static code analysers such as Doxygen: it can inspect a fair amount of dynamically generated classes and functions, but can also use comments or unassigned strings as a documentation source, e.g. for variables and class public attributes.

How do I find the value of $CATALINA_HOME?

Tomcat can tell you in several ways. Here's the easiest:

 $ /path/to/catalina.sh version
Using CATALINA_BASE:   /usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29
Using CATALINA_HOME:   /usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29
Using CATALINA_TMPDIR: /usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29/temp
Using JRE_HOME:        /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/CurrentJDK/Home
Using CLASSPATH:       /usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29/bin/bootstrap.jar:/usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29/bin/tomcat-juli.jar
Server version: Apache Tomcat/7.0.29
Server built:   Jul 3 2012 11:31:52
Server number:  7.0.29.0
OS Name:        Mac OS X
OS Version:     10.7.4
Architecture:   x86_64
JVM Version:    1.6.0_33-b03-424-11M3720
JVM Vendor:     Apple Inc.

If you don't know where catalina.sh is (or it never gets called), you can usually find it via ps:

$ ps aux | grep catalina
chris            930   0.0  3.1  2987336 258328 s000  S    Wed01PM   2:29.43 /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home/bin/java -Dnop -Djava.util.logging.manager=org.apache.juli.ClassLoaderLogManager -Djava.library.path=/usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29/lib -Djava.endorsed.dirs=/usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29/endorsed -classpath /usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29/bin/bootstrap.jar:/usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29/bin/tomcat-juli.jar -Dcatalina.base=/Users/chris/blah/blah -Dcatalina.home=/usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29 -Djava.io.tmpdir=/Users/chris/blah/blah/temp org.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap start

From the ps output, you can see both catalina.home and catalina.base. catalina.home is where the Tomcat base files are installed, and catalina.base is where the running configuration of Tomcat exists. These are often set to the same value unless you have configured your Tomcat for multiple (configuration) instances to be launched from a single Tomcat base install.

You can also interrogate the JVM directly if you can't find it in a ps listing:

$ jinfo -sysprops 930 | grep catalina
Attaching to process ID 930, please wait...
Debugger attached successfully.
Server compiler detected.
JVM version is 20.8-b03-424
catalina.base = /Users/chris/blah/blah
[...]
catalina.home = /usr/local/apache-tomcat-7.0.29

If you can't manage that, you can always try to write a JSP that dumps the values of the two system properties catalina.home and catalina.base.

SQL Server 2005 Using CHARINDEX() To split a string

I wouldn't exactly say it is easy or obvious, but with just two hyphens, you can reverse the string and it is not too hard:

with t as (select 'LD-23DSP-1430' as val)
select t.*,
       LEFT(val, charindex('-', val) - 1),
   SUBSTRING(val, charindex('-', val)+1, len(val) - CHARINDEX('-', reverse(val)) - charindex('-', val)),
       REVERSE(LEFT(reverse(val), charindex('-', reverse(val)) - 1))
from t;

Beyond that and you might want to use split() instead.

Sum rows in data.frame or matrix

you can use rowSums

rowSums(data) should give you what you want.

How can I create database tables from XSD files?

I use XSLT to do that. Write up your XSD then pass your data models through a hand written XSLT that outputs SQL commands. Writing an XSLT is way faster and reusable than a custom program /script you may write.

At least thats how I do it at work, and thanks to that I got time to hang out on SO :)

glm rotate usage in Opengl

You need to multiply your Model matrix. Because that is where model position, scaling and rotation should be (that's why it's called the model matrix).

All you need to do is (see here)

Model = glm::rotate(Model, angle_in_radians, glm::vec3(x, y, z)); // where x, y, z is axis of rotation (e.g. 0 1 0)

Note that to convert from degrees to radians, use glm::radians(degrees)

That takes the Model matrix and applies rotation on top of all the operations that are already in there. The other functions translate and scale do the same. That way it's possible to combine many transformations in a single matrix.

note: earlier versions accepted angles in degrees. This is deprecated since 0.9.6

Model = glm::rotate(Model, angle_in_degrees, glm::vec3(x, y, z)); // where x, y, z is axis of rotation (e.g. 0 1 0)

How do I get to IIS Manager?

First of all, you need to check that the IIS is installed in your machine, for that you can go to:

Control Panel --> Add or Remove Programs --> Windows Features --> And Check if Internet Information Services is installed with at least the 'Web Administration Tools' Enabled and The 'World Wide Web Service'

If not, check it, and Press Accept to install it.

Once that is done, you need to go to Administrative Tools in Control Panel and the IIS Will be there. Or simply run inetmgr (after Win+R).

Edit: You should have something like this: enter image description here

Type Checking: typeof, GetType, or is?

Use typeof when you want to get the type at compilation time. Use GetType when you want to get the type at execution time. There are rarely any cases to use is as it does a cast and, in most cases, you end up casting the variable anyway.

There is a fourth option that you haven't considered (especially if you are going to cast an object to the type you find as well); that is to use as.

Foo foo = obj as Foo;

if (foo != null)
    // your code here

This only uses one cast whereas this approach:

if (obj is Foo)
    Foo foo = (Foo)obj;

requires two.

Update (Jan 2020):

  • As of C# 7+, you can now cast inline, so the 'is' approach can now be done in one cast as well.

Example:

if(obj is Foo newLocalFoo)
{
    // For example, you can now reference 'newLocalFoo' in this local scope
    Console.WriteLine(newLocalFoo);
}

What causes a SIGSEGV

Wikipedia has the answer, along with a number of other sources.

A segfault basically means you did something bad with pointers. This is probably a segfault:

char *c = NULL;
...
*c; // dereferencing a NULL pointer

Or this:

char *c = "Hello";
...
c[10] = 'z'; // out of bounds, or in this case, writing into read-only memory

Or maybe this:

char *c = new char[10];
...
delete [] c;
...
c[2] = 'z'; // accessing freed memory

Same basic principle in each case - you're doing something with memory that isn't yours.

iOS: Convert UTC NSDate to local Timezone

//This is basic way to get time of any GMT time.

NSDateFormatter *formatter = [[NSDateFormatter alloc] init];
[formatter setDateFormat:@"hh:mm a"];  // 09:30 AM
[formatter setTimeZone:[NSTimeZone timeZoneForSecondsFromGMT:1]]; // For GMT+1
NSString *time = [formatter stringFromDate:[NSDate date]];  // Current time

Only allow specific characters in textbox

    private void txtuser_KeyPress(object sender, KeyPressEventArgs e)
    {
        if (!char.IsLetter(e.KeyChar) && !char.IsWhiteSpace(e.KeyChar) && !char.IsControl(e.KeyChar))
        {
            e.Handled = true;
        }
    }

Nesting optgroups in a dropdownlist/select

I needed clean and lightweight solution (so no jQuery and alike), which will look exactly like plain HTML, would also continue working when only plain HTML is preset (so javascript will only enhance it), and which will allow searching by starting letters (including national UTF-8 letters) if possible where it does not add extra weight. It also must work fast on very slow browsers (think rPi - so preferably no javascript executing after page load).

In firefox it uses CSS identing and thus allow searching by letters, and in other browsers it will use &nbsp; prepending (but there it does not support quick search by letters). Anyway, I'm quite happy with results.

You can try it in action here

It goes like this:

CSS:

.i0 { }
.i1 { margin-left: 1em; }
.i2 { margin-left: 2em; }
.i3 { margin-left: 3em; }
.i4 { margin-left: 4em; }
.i5 { margin-left: 5em; }

HTML (class "i1", "i2" etc denote identation level):

<form action="/filter/" method="get">
<select name="gdje" id="gdje">
<option value=1 class="i0">Svugdje</option>
<option value=177 class="i1">Bosna i Hercegovina</option>
<option value=190 class="i2">Babin Do</option>  
<option value=258 class="i2">Banja Luka</option>
<option value=181 class="i2">Tuzla</option>
<option value=307 class="i1">Crna Gora</option>
<option value=308 class="i2">Podgorica</option>
<option value=2 SELECTED class="i1">Hrvatska</option>
<option value=5 class="i2">Bjelovarsko-bilogorska županija</option>
<option value=147 class="i3">Bjelovar</option>
<option value=79 class="i3">Daruvar</option>  
<option value=94 class="i3">Garešnica</option>
<option value=329 class="i3">Grubišno Polje</option>
<option value=368 class="i3">Cazma</option>
<option value=6 class="i2">Brodsko-posavska županija</option>
<option value=342 class="i3">Gornji Bogicevci</option>
<option value=158 class="i3">Klakar</option>
<option value=140 class="i3">Nova Gradiška</option>
</select>
</form>

<script>
<!--
        window.onload = loadFilter;
// -->   
</script>

JavaScript:

function loadFilter() {
  'use strict';
  // indents all options depending on "i" CSS class
  function add_nbsp() {
    var opt = document.getElementsByTagName("option");
    for (var i = 0; i < opt.length; i++) {
      if (opt[i].className[0] === 'i') {
      opt[i].innerHTML = Array(3*opt[i].className[1]+1).join("&nbsp;") + opt[i].innerHTML;      // this means "&nbsp;" x (3*$indent)
      }
    }
  }
  // detects browser
  navigator.sayswho= (function() {
    var ua= navigator.userAgent, tem,
    M= ua.match(/(opera|chrome|safari|firefox|msie|trident(?=\/))\/?\s*([\d\.]+)/i) || [];
    if(/trident/i.test(M[1])){
        tem=  /\brv[ :]+(\d+(\.\d+)?)/g.exec(ua) || [];
        return 'IE '+(tem[1] || '');
    }
    M= M[2]? [M[1], M[2]]:[navigator.appName, navigator.appVersion, '-?'];
    if((tem= ua.match(/version\/([\.\d]+)/i))!= null) M[2]= tem[1];
    return M.join(' ');
  })();
  // quick detection if browser is firefox
  function isFirefox() {
    var ua= navigator.userAgent,
    M= ua.match(/firefox\//i);  
    return M;
  }
  // indented select options support for non-firefox browsers
  if (!isFirefox()) {
    add_nbsp();
  }
}  

How to check if a symlink exists

  1. first you can do with this style:

    mda="/usr/mda"
    if [ ! -L "${mda}" ]; then
      echo "=> File doesn't exist"
    fi
    
  2. if you want to do it in more advanced style you can write it like below:

    #!/bin/bash
    mda="$1"
    if [ -e "$1" ]; then
        if [ ! -L "$1" ]
        then
            echo "you entry is not symlink"
        else
            echo "your entry is symlink"
        fi
    else
      echo "=> File doesn't exist"
    fi
    

the result of above is like:

root@linux:~# ./sym.sh /etc/passwd
you entry is not symlink
root@linux:~# ./sym.sh /usr/mda 
your entry is symlink
root@linux:~# ./sym.sh 
=> File doesn't exist

Various ways to remove local Git changes

Reason for adding an answer at this moment:

So far I was adding the conclusion and ‘answers’ to my initial question itself, making the question very lengthy, hence moving to separate answer.

I have also added more frequently used git commands that helps me on git, to help someone else too.

Basically to clean all local commits $ git reset --hard and $ git clean -d -f


First step before you do any commits is to configure your username and email that appears along with your commit.

#Sets the name you want attached to your commit transactions

$ git config --global user.name "[name]"

#Sets the email you want atached to your commit transactions

$ git config --global user.email "[email address]"

#List the global config

$ git config --list

#List the remote URL

$ git remote show origin

#check status

git status

#List all local and remote branches

git branch -a

#create a new local branch and start working on this branch

git checkout -b "branchname" 

or, it can be done as a two step process

create branch: git branch branchname work on this branch: git checkout branchname

#commit local changes [two step process:- Add the file to the index, that means adding to the staging area. Then commit the files that are present in this staging area]

git add <path to file>

git commit -m "commit message"

#checkout some other local branch

git checkout "local branch name"

#remove all changes in local branch [Suppose you made some changes in local branch like adding new file or modifying existing file, or making a local commit, but no longer need that] git clean -d -f and git reset --hard [clean all local changes made to the local branch except if local commit]

git stash -u also removes all changes

Note: It's clear that we can use either (1) combination of git clean –d –f and git reset --hard OR (2) git stash -u to achieve the desired result.

Note 1: Stashing, as the word means 'Store (something) safely and secretly in a specified place.' This can always be retreived using git stash pop. So choosing between the above two options is developer's call.

Note 2: git reset --hard will delete working directory changes. Be sure to stash any local changes you want to keep before running this command.

# Switch to the master branch and make sure you are up to date.

git checkout master

git fetch [this may be necessary (depending on your git config) to receive updates on origin/master ]

git pull

# Merge the feature branch into the master branch.

git merge feature_branch

# Reset the master branch to origin's state.

git reset origin/master

#Accidentally deleted a file from local , how to retrieve it back? Do a git status to get the complete filepath of the deleted resource

git checkout branchname <file path name>

that's it!

#Merge master branch with someotherbranch

git checkout master
git merge someotherbranchname

#rename local branch

git branch -m old-branch-name new-branch-name

#delete local branch

git branch -D branch-name

#delete remote branch

git push origin --delete branchname

or

git push origin :branch-name

#revert a commit already pushed to a remote repository

git revert hgytyz4567

#branch from a previous commit using GIT

git branch branchname <sha1-of-commit>

#Change commit message of the most recent commit that's already been pushed to remote

git commit --amend -m "new commit message"
git push --force origin <branch-name>

# Discarding all local commits on this branch [Removing local commits]

In order to discard all local commits on this branch, to make the local branch identical to the "upstream" of this branch, simply run

git reset --hard @{u}

Reference: http://sethrobertson.github.io/GitFixUm/fixup.html or do git reset --hard origin/master [if local branch is master]

# Revert a commit already pushed to a remote repository?

$ git revert ab12cd15

#Delete a previous commit from local branch and remote branch

Use-Case: You just commited a change to your local branch and immediately pushed to the remote branch, Suddenly realized , Oh no! I dont need this change. Now do what?

git reset --hard HEAD~1 [for deleting that commit from local branch. 1 denotes the ONE commit you made]

git push origin HEAD --force [both the commands must be executed. For deleting from remote branch]. Currently checked out branch will be referred as the branch where you are making this operation.

#Delete some of recent commits from local and remote repo and preserve to the commit that you want. ( a kind of reverting commits from local and remote)

Let's assume you have 3 commits that you've pushed to remote branch named 'develop'

commitid-1 done at 9am
commitid-2 done at 10am
commitid-3 done at 11am. // latest commit. HEAD is current here.

To revert to old commit ( to change the state of branch)

git log --oneline --decorate --graph // to see all your commitids

git clean -d -f // clean any local changes

git reset --hard commitid-1 // locally reverting to this commitid

git push -u origin +develop // push this state to remote. + to do force push

# Remove local git merge: Case: I am on master branch and merged master branch with a newly working branch phase2

$ git status

On branch master

$ git merge phase2 $ git status

On branch master

Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 8 commits.

Q: How to get rid of this local git merge? Tried git reset --hard and git clean -d -f Both didn't work. The only thing that worked are any of the below ones:

$ git reset --hard origin/master

or

$ git reset --hard HEAD~8

or

$ git reset --hard 9a88396f51e2a068bb7 [sha commit code - this is the one that was present before all your merge commits happened]

#create gitignore file

touch .gitignore // create the file in mac or unix users

sample .gitignore contents:

.project
*.py
.settings

Reference link to GIT cheat sheet: https://services.github.com/on-demand/downloads/github-git-cheat-sheet.pdf

SVN check out linux

You can use checkout or co

$ svn co http://example.com/svn/app-name directory-name

Some short codes:-

  1. checkout (co)
  2. commit (ci)
  3. copy (cp)
  4. delete (del, remove,rm)
  5. diff (di)

How to Create a Form Dynamically Via Javascript

some thing as follows ::

Add this After the body tag

This is a rough sketch, you will need to modify it according to your needs.

<script>
var f = document.createElement("form");
f.setAttribute('method',"post");
f.setAttribute('action',"submit.php");

var i = document.createElement("input"); //input element, text
i.setAttribute('type',"text");
i.setAttribute('name',"username");

var s = document.createElement("input"); //input element, Submit button
s.setAttribute('type',"submit");
s.setAttribute('value',"Submit");

f.appendChild(i);
f.appendChild(s);

//and some more input elements here
//and dont forget to add a submit button

document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].appendChild(f);

</script>

How to roundup a number to the closest ten?

Use ROUND but with num_digits = -1

=ROUND(A1,-1)

Also applies to ROUNDUP and ROUNDDOWN

From Excel help:

  • If num_digits is greater than 0 (zero), then number is rounded to the specified number of decimal places.
  • If num_digits is 0, then number is rounded to the nearest integer.
  • If num_digits is less than 0, then number is rounded to the left of the decimal point.

EDIT: To get the numbers to always round up use =ROUNDUP(A1,-1)

DBCC SHRINKFILE on log file not reducing size even after BACKUP LOG TO DISK

Try this

ALTER DATABASE XXXX  SET RECOVERY SIMPLE

use XXXX

declare @log_File_Name varchar(200) 

select @log_File_Name  = name from sysfiles where filename like '%LDF'

declare @i int = FILE_IDEX ( @log_File_Name)

dbcc shrinkfile ( @i , 50) 

Jquery $(this) Child Selector

http://jqapi.com/ Traversing--> Tree Traversal --> Children

Javascript ajax call on page onload

This is really easy using a JavaScript library, e.g. using jQuery you could write:

$(document).ready(function(){
$.ajax({ url: "database/update.html",
        context: document.body,
        success: function(){
           alert("done");
        }});
});

Without jQuery, the simplest version might be as follows, but it does not account for browser differences or error handling:

<html>
  <body onload="updateDB();">
  </body>
  <script language="javascript">
    function updateDB() {
      var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
      xhr.open("POST", "database/update.html", true);
      xhr.send(null);
      /* ignore result */
    }
  </script>
</html>

See also:

PHP preg_match - only allow alphanumeric strings and - _ characters

if(!preg_match('/^[\w-]+$/', $string1)) {
   echo "String 1 not acceptable acceptable";
   // String2 acceptable
}

How to change Java version used by TOMCAT?

When you open catalina.sh / catalina.bat, you can see :

Environment Variable Prequisites

JAVA_HOME Must point at your Java Development Kit installation.

So, set your environment variable JAVA_HOME to point to Java 6. Also make sure JRE_HOME is pointing to the same target, if it is set.

Update: since you are on Windows, see here for how to manage your environment variables

What's the difference between "Request Payload" vs "Form Data" as seen in Chrome dev tools Network tab

The Request Payload - or to be more precise: payload body of a HTTP Request - is the data normally send by a POST or PUT Request. It's the part after the headers and the CRLF of a HTTP Request.

A request with Content-Type: application/json may look like this:

POST /some-path HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: application/json

{ "foo" : "bar", "name" : "John" }

If you submit this per AJAX the browser simply shows you what it is submitting as payload body. That’s all it can do because it has no idea where the data is coming from.

If you submit a HTML-Form with method="POST" and Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded or Content-Type: multipart/form-data your request may look like this:

POST /some-path HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded

foo=bar&name=John

In this case the form-data is the request payload. Here the Browser knows more: it knows that bar is the value of the input-field foo of the submitted form. And that’s what it is showing to you.

So, they differ in the Content-Type but not in the way data is submitted. In both cases the data is in the message-body. And Chrome distinguishes how the data is presented to you in the Developer Tools.

TypeScript: Interfaces vs Types

the documentation has explained

  • One difference is that interfaces create a new name that is used everywhere. Type aliases don’t create a new name — for instance, error messages won’t use the alias name.in older versions of TypeScript, type aliases couldn’t be extended or implemented from (nor could they extend/implement other types). As of version 2.7, type aliases can be extended by creating a new intersection type
  • On the other hand, if you can’t express some shape with an interface and you need to use a union or tuple type, type aliases are usually the way to go.

Interfaces vs. Type Aliases

C++ Compare char array with string

"dev" is not a string it is a const char * like var1. Thus you are indeed comparing the memory adresses. Being that var1 is a char pointer, *var1 is a single char (the first character of the pointed to character sequence to be precise). You can't compare a char against a char pointer, which is why that did not work.

Being that this is tagged as c++, it would be sensible to use std::string instead of char pointers, which would make == work as expected. (You would just need to do const std::string var1 instead of const char *var1.

How to write multiple conditions in Makefile.am with "else if"

ptomato's code can also be written in a cleaner manner like:

ifeq ($(TARGET_CPU),x86)
  TARGET_CPU_IS_X86 := 1
else ifeq ($(TARGET_CPU),x86_64)
  TARGET_CPU_IS_X86 := 1
else
  TARGET_CPU_IS_X86 := 0
endif

This doesn't answer OP's question but as it's the top result on google, I'm adding it here in case it's useful to anyone else.

Is there a way to iterate over a dictionary?

The block approach avoids running the lookup algorithm for every key:

[dict enumerateKeysAndObjectsUsingBlock:^(id key, id value, BOOL* stop) {
  NSLog(@"%@ => %@", key, value);
}];

Even though NSDictionary is implemented as a hashtable (which means that the cost of looking up an element is O(1)), lookups still slow down your iteration by a constant factor.

My measurements show that for a dictionary d of numbers ...

NSMutableDictionary* dict = [NSMutableDictionary dictionary];
for (int i = 0; i < 5000000; ++i) {
  NSNumber* value = @(i);
  dict[value.stringValue] = value;
}

... summing up the numbers with the block approach ...

__block int sum = 0;
[dict enumerateKeysAndObjectsUsingBlock:^(NSString* key, NSNumber* value, BOOL* stop) {
  sum += value.intValue;
}];

... rather than the loop approach ...

int sum = 0;
for (NSString* key in dict)
  sum += [dict[key] intValue];

... is about 40% faster.

EDIT: The new SDK (6.1+) appears to optimise loop iteration, so the loop approach is now about 20% faster than the block approach, at least for the simple case above.

jQuery Combobox/select autocomplete?

Have a look at the following example of the jQueryUI Autocomplete, as it is keeping a select around and I think that is what you are looking for. Hope this helps.

http://jqueryui.com/demos/autocomplete/#combobox

How to call C++ function from C?

Assuming the C++ API is C-compatible (no classes, templates, etc.), you can wrap it in extern "C" { ... }, just as you did when going the other way.

If you want to expose objects and other cute C++ stuff, you'll have to write a wrapper API.

How do I determine scrollHeight?

You can also use:

$('#test').context.scrollHeight

Logger slf4j advantages of formatting with {} instead of string concatenation

It is about string concatenation performance. It's potentially significant if your have dense logging statements.

(Prior to SLF4J 1.7) But only two parameters are possible

Because the vast majority of logging statements have 2 or fewer parameters, so SLF4J API up to version 1.6 covers (only) the majority of use cases. The API designers have provided overloaded methods with varargs parameters since API version 1.7.

For those cases where you need more than 2 and you're stuck with pre-1.7 SLF4J, then just use either string concatenation or new Object[] { param1, param2, param3, ... }. There should be few enough of them that the performance is not as important.

Type of expression is ambiguous without more context Swift

For me the case was Type inference I have changed the function parameters from int To float but did not update the calling code, and the compiler did not warn me on wrong type passed to the function

Before

func myFunc(param:Int, parma2:Int) {}

After

func myFunc(param:Float, parma2:Float) {}

Calling code with error

var param1:Int16 = 1
var param2:Int16 = 2
myFunc(param:param1, parma2:param2)// error here: Type of expression is ambiguous without more context

To fix:

var param1:Float = 1.0f
var param2:Float = 2.0f
myFunc(param:param1, parma2:param2)// ok!

Find what 2 numbers add to something and multiply to something

Here is how I would do that:

$sum = 5;
$product = 6;

$found = FALSE;
for ($a = 1; $a < $sum; $a++) {
  $b = $sum - $a;
  if ($a * $b == $product) {
    $found = TRUE;
    break;
  }
}

if ($found) {
  echo "The answer is a = $a, b = $b.";
} else {
  echo "There is no answer where a and b are both integers.";
}

Basically, start at $a = 1 and $b = $sum - $a, step through it one at a time since we know then that $a + $b == $sum is always true, and multiply $a and $b to see if they equal $product. If they do, that's the answer.

See it working

Whether that is the most efficient method is very much debatable.

Opening Chrome From Command Line

C:\>start chrome "http://site1.com" works on Windows Vista.

How do I enable C++11 in gcc?

As previously mentioned - in case of a project, Makefile or otherwise, this is a project configuration issue, where you'll likely need to specify other flags too.

But what about one-off programs, where you would normally just write g++ file.cpp && ./a.out?

Well, I would much like to have some #pragma to turn in on at source level, or maybe a default extension - say .cxx or .C11 or whatever, trigger it by default. But as of today, there is no such feature.

But, as you probably are working in a manual environment (i.e. shell), you can just have an alias in you .bashrc (or whatever):

alias g++11="g++ -std=c++0x"

or, for newer G++ (and when you want to feel "real C++11")

alias g++11="g++ -std=c++11"

You can even alias to g++ itself, if you hate C++03 that much ;)

How do I apply a perspective transform to a UIView?

As Ben said, you'll need to work with the UIView's layer, using a CATransform3D to perform the layer's rotation. The trick to get perspective working, as described here, is to directly access one of the matrix cells of the CATransform3D (m34). Matrix math has never been my thing, so I can't explain exactly why this works, but it does. You'll need to set this value to a negative fraction for your initial transform, then apply your layer rotation transforms to that. You should also be able to do the following:

Objective-C

UIView *myView = [[self subviews] objectAtIndex:0];
CALayer *layer = myView.layer;
CATransform3D rotationAndPerspectiveTransform = CATransform3DIdentity;
rotationAndPerspectiveTransform.m34 = 1.0 / -500;
rotationAndPerspectiveTransform = CATransform3DRotate(rotationAndPerspectiveTransform, 45.0f * M_PI / 180.0f, 0.0f, 1.0f, 0.0f);
layer.transform = rotationAndPerspectiveTransform;

Swift 5.0

if let myView = self.subviews.first {
    let layer = myView.layer
    var rotationAndPerspectiveTransform = CATransform3DIdentity
    rotationAndPerspectiveTransform.m34 = 1.0 / -500
    rotationAndPerspectiveTransform = CATransform3DRotate(rotationAndPerspectiveTransform, 45.0 * .pi / 180.0, 0.0, 1.0, 0.0)
    layer.transform = rotationAndPerspectiveTransform
}

which rebuilds the layer transform from scratch for each rotation.

A full example of this (with code) can be found here, where I've implemented touch-based rotation and scaling on a couple of CALayers, based on an example by Bill Dudney. The newest version of the program, at the very bottom of the page, implements this kind of perspective operation. The code should be reasonably simple to read.

The sublayerTransform you refer to in your response is a transform that is applied to the sublayers of your UIView's CALayer. If you don't have any sublayers, don't worry about it. I use the sublayerTransform in my example simply because there are two CALayers contained within the one layer that I'm rotating.

How to get the number of characters in a std::string?

if you're using std::string, there are two common methods for that:

std::string Str("Some String");
size_t Size = 0;
Size = Str.size();
Size = Str.length();

if you're using the C style string (using char * or const char *) then you can use:

const char *pStr = "Some String";
size_t Size = strlen(pStr);

Python non-greedy regexes

You seek the all-powerful *?

From the docs, Greedy versus Non-Greedy

the non-greedy qualifiers *?, +?, ??, or {m,n}? [...] match as little text as possible.

Run Button is Disabled in Android Studio

Build->Clean Project

make the run button enable again in my case

Laravel Query Builder where max id

You should be able to perform a select on the orders table, using a raw WHERE to find the max(id) in a subquery, like this:

 \DB::table('orders')->where('id', \DB::raw("(select max(`id`) from orders)"))->get();

If you want to use Eloquent (for example, so you can convert your response to an object) you will want to use whereRaw, because some functions such as toJSON or toArray will not work without using Eloquent models.

 $order = Order::whereRaw('id = (select max(`id`) from orders)')->get();

That, of course, requires that you have a model that extends Eloquent.

 class Order extends Eloquent {}

As mentioned in the comments, you don't need to use whereRaw, you can do the entire query using the query builder without raw SQL.

 // Using the Query Builder
 \DB::table('orders')->find(\DB::table('orders')->max('id'));

 // Using Eloquent
 $order = Order::find(\DB::table('orders')->max('id'));

(Note that if the id field is not unique, you will only get one row back - this is because find() will only return the first result from the SQL server.).

Convert string to JSON array

It's a very simple way to convert:

import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.FileReader;
import java.io.IOException;
import com.google.gson.Gson;
import com.google.gson.JsonArray;
import com.google.gson.JsonElement;
import com.google.gson.JsonParser;


class Usuario {
private String username;
private String email;
private Integer credits;
private String twitter_username;

public String getUsername() {
    return username;
}

public void setUsername(String username) {
    this.username = username;
}

public String getEmail() {
    return email;
}

public void setEmail(String email) {
    this.email = email;
}

public Integer getCredits() {
    return credits;
}

public void setCredits(Integer credits) {
    this.credits = credits;
}

public String getTwitter_username() {
    return twitter_username;
}

public void setTwitter_username(String twitter_username) {
    this.twitter_username = twitter_username;
}

@Override
public String toString() {
    return "UserName: " + this.getUsername() + " Email: " + this.getEmail();
}

}

/*
 * put string into file jsonFileArr.json
 * [{"username":"Hello","email":"[email protected]","credits"
 * :"100","twitter_username":""},
 * {"username":"Goodbye","email":"[email protected]"
 * ,"credits":"0","twitter_username":""},
 * {"username":"mlsilva","email":"[email protected]"
 * ,"credits":"524","twitter_username":""},
 * {"username":"fsouza","email":"[email protected]"
 * ,"credits":"1052","twitter_username":""}]
 */

public class TestaGsonLista {

public static void main(String[] args) {
    Gson gson = new Gson();
    try {
        BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(
                "C:\\Temp\\jsonFileArr.json"));
        JsonArray jsonArray = new JsonParser().parse(br).getAsJsonArray();
        for (int i = 0; i < jsonArray.size(); i++) {
            JsonElement str = jsonArray.get(i);
            Usuario obj = gson.fromJson(str, Usuario.class);
            System.out.println(obj);
            System.out.println(str);
            System.out.println("-------");
        }
    } catch (IOException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}

}

modal View controllers - how to display and dismiss

Example in Swift, picturing the foundry's explanation above and the Apple's documentation:

  1. Basing on the Apple's documentation and the foundry's explanation above (correcting some errors), presentViewController version using delegate design pattern:

ViewController.swift

import UIKit

protocol ViewControllerProtocol {
    func dismissViewController1AndPresentViewController2()
}

class ViewController: UIViewController, ViewControllerProtocol {

    @IBAction func goToViewController1BtnPressed(sender: UIButton) {
        let vc1: ViewController1 = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("VC1") as ViewController1
        vc1.delegate = self
        vc1.modalTransitionStyle = UIModalTransitionStyle.FlipHorizontal
        self.presentViewController(vc1, animated: true, completion: nil)
    }

    func dismissViewController1AndPresentViewController2() {
        self.dismissViewControllerAnimated(false, completion: { () -> Void in
            let vc2: ViewController2 = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("VC2") as ViewController2
            self.presentViewController(vc2, animated: true, completion: nil)
        })
    }

}

ViewController1.swift

import UIKit

class ViewController1: UIViewController {

    var delegate: protocol<ViewControllerProtocol>!

    @IBAction func goToViewController2(sender: UIButton) {
        self.delegate.dismissViewController1AndPresentViewController2()
    }

}

ViewController2.swift

import UIKit

class ViewController2: UIViewController {

}
  1. Basing on the foundry's explanation above (correcting some errors), pushViewController version using delegate design pattern:

ViewController.swift

import UIKit

protocol ViewControllerProtocol {
    func popViewController1AndPushViewController2()
}

class ViewController: UIViewController, ViewControllerProtocol {

    @IBAction func goToViewController1BtnPressed(sender: UIButton) {
        let vc1: ViewController1 = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("VC1") as ViewController1
        vc1.delegate = self
        self.navigationController?.pushViewController(vc1, animated: true)
    }

    func popViewController1AndPushViewController2() {
        self.navigationController?.popViewControllerAnimated(false)
        let vc2: ViewController2 = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("VC2") as ViewController2
        self.navigationController?.pushViewController(vc2, animated: true)
    }

}

ViewController1.swift

import UIKit

class ViewController1: UIViewController {

    var delegate: protocol<ViewControllerProtocol>!

    @IBAction func goToViewController2(sender: UIButton) {
        self.delegate.popViewController1AndPushViewController2()
    }

}

ViewController2.swift

import UIKit

class ViewController2: UIViewController {

}

Centering a button vertically in table cell, using Twitter Bootstrap

So why is td default set to vertical-align: top;? I really don't know that yet. I would not dare to touch it. Instead add this to your stylesheet. It alters the buttons in the tables.

table .btn{
  vertical-align: top;
}

How to navigate a few folders up?

I have some virtual directories and I cannot use Directory methods. So, I made a simple split/join function for those interested. Not as safe though.

var splitResult = filePath.Split(new[] {'/', '\\'}, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
var newFilePath = Path.Combine(filePath.Take(splitResult.Length - 1).ToArray());

So, if you want to move 4 up, you just need to change the 1 to 4 and add some checks to avoid exceptions.

Simple way to repeat a string

With , you can also use Stream.generate.

import static java.util.stream.Collectors.joining;
...
String repeated = Stream.generate(() -> "abc").limit(3).collect(joining()); //"abcabcabc"

and you can wrap it in a simple utility method if needed:

public static String repeat(String str, int times) {
   return Stream.generate(() -> str).limit(times).collect(joining());
}

jQuery - multiple $(document).ready ...?

Both will get called, first come first served. Take a look here.

$(document).ready(function(){
    $("#page-title").html("Document-ready was called!");
  });

$(document).ready(function(){
    $("#page-title").html("Document-ready 2 was called!");
  });

Output:

Document-ready 2 was called!

How to close jQuery Dialog within the dialog?

$(this).parents(".ui-dialog-content").dialog('close')

Simple, I like to make sure I don't:

  1. hardcode dialog #id values.
  2. Close all dialogs.

A simple explanation of Naive Bayes Classification

Your question as I understand it is divided in two parts, part one being you need a better understanding of the Naive Bayes classifier & part two being the confusion surrounding Training set.

In general all of Machine Learning Algorithms need to be trained for supervised learning tasks like classification, prediction etc. or for unsupervised learning tasks like clustering.

During the training step, the algorithms are taught with a particular input dataset (training set) so that later on we may test them for unknown inputs (which they have never seen before) for which they may classify or predict etc (in case of supervised learning) based on their learning. This is what most of the Machine Learning techniques like Neural Networks, SVM, Bayesian etc. are based upon.

So in a general Machine Learning project basically you have to divide your input set to a Development Set (Training Set + Dev-Test Set) & a Test Set (or Evaluation set). Remember your basic objective would be that your system learns and classifies new inputs which they have never seen before in either Dev set or test set.

The test set typically has the same format as the training set. However, it is very important that the test set be distinct from the training corpus: if we simply reused the training set as the test set, then a model that simply memorized its input, without learning how to generalize to new examples, would receive misleadingly high scores.

In general, for an example, 70% of our data can be used as training set cases. Also remember to partition the original set into the training and test sets randomly.

Now I come to your other question about Naive Bayes.

To demonstrate the concept of Naïve Bayes Classification, consider the example given below:

enter image description here

As indicated, the objects can be classified as either GREEN or RED. Our task is to classify new cases as they arrive, i.e., decide to which class label they belong, based on the currently existing objects.

Since there are twice as many GREEN objects as RED, it is reasonable to believe that a new case (which hasn't been observed yet) is twice as likely to have membership GREEN rather than RED. In the Bayesian analysis, this belief is known as the prior probability. Prior probabilities are based on previous experience, in this case the percentage of GREEN and RED objects, and often used to predict outcomes before they actually happen.

Thus, we can write:

Prior Probability of GREEN: number of GREEN objects / total number of objects

Prior Probability of RED: number of RED objects / total number of objects

Since there is a total of 60 objects, 40 of which are GREEN and 20 RED, our prior probabilities for class membership are:

Prior Probability for GREEN: 40 / 60

Prior Probability for RED: 20 / 60

Having formulated our prior probability, we are now ready to classify a new object (WHITE circle in the diagram below). Since the objects are well clustered, it is reasonable to assume that the more GREEN (or RED) objects in the vicinity of X, the more likely that the new cases belong to that particular color. To measure this likelihood, we draw a circle around X which encompasses a number (to be chosen a priori) of points irrespective of their class labels. Then we calculate the number of points in the circle belonging to each class label. From this we calculate the likelihood:

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From the illustration above, it is clear that Likelihood of X given GREEN is smaller than Likelihood of X given RED, since the circle encompasses 1 GREEN object and 3 RED ones. Thus:

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Although the prior probabilities indicate that X may belong to GREEN (given that there are twice as many GREEN compared to RED) the likelihood indicates otherwise; that the class membership of X is RED (given that there are more RED objects in the vicinity of X than GREEN). In the Bayesian analysis, the final classification is produced by combining both sources of information, i.e., the prior and the likelihood, to form a posterior probability using the so-called Bayes' rule (named after Rev. Thomas Bayes 1702-1761).

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Finally, we classify X as RED since its class membership achieves the largest posterior probability.

How to use Google fonts in React.js?

you should see this tutorial: https://scotch.io/@micwanyoike/how-to-add-fonts-to-a-react-project

import WebFont from 'webfontloader';

WebFont.load({
  google: {
    families: ['Titillium Web:300,400,700', 'sans-serif']
  }
});

I just tried this method and I can say that it works very well ;)

Change priorityQueue to max priorityqueue

You can use lambda expression since Java 8.

The following code will print 10, the larger.

// There is overflow problem when using simple lambda as comparator, as pointed out by ???? ?????.
// PriorityQueue<Integer> pq = new PriorityQueue<>((x, y) -> y - x);

PriorityQueue<Integer> pq =new PriorityQueue<>((x, y) -> Integer.compare(y, x));

pq.add(10);
pq.add(5);
System.out.println(pq.peek());

The lambda function will take two Integers as input parameters, subtract them from each other, and return the arithmetic result. The lambda function implements the Functional Interface, Comparator<T>. (This is used in place, as opposed to an anonymous class or a discrete implementation.)

Install IPA with iTunes 11

For iTunes 11 and above version:

open your iTunes "Side Bar" by going to View -> Show Side Bar drag the mobileprovision and ipa files to your iTunes "Apps" under LIBRARY Then click on your device. open you device Apps from DEVICES and click install for the application and wait for iTunes to sync

UIScrollView scroll to bottom programmatically

In swift:

   if self.mainScroll.contentSize.height > self.mainScroll.bounds.size.height {
        let bottomOffset = CGPointMake(0, self.mainScroll.contentSize.height - self.mainScroll.bounds.size.height);
        self.mainScroll.setContentOffset(bottomOffset, animated: true)
    }

How to format an inline code in Confluence?

By default Confluence renders monospaced text with transparent background. You can edit global CSS to add grey color. From Confluence manual:

  1. Choose the cog icon at top right of the screen, then choose Confluence Admin.
  2. Choose Stylesheet.
  3. Choose Edit.
  4. Paste your custom CSS into the text field.
  5. Choose Save.

Custom CSS for displaying grey background in monospaced blocks:

code {
    padding: 1px 5px 1px 5px; 
    font-family: Consolas, Menlo, Monaco, Lucida Console, Liberation Mono, DejaVu Sans Mono, Bitstream Vera Sans Mono, Courier New, monospace, serif;
    background-color: #eeeeee;
}

If you're using Confluence OnDemand (cloud):

  1. Click the cog/gear in the bottom of the sidebar on the left
  2. Select Look and Feel
  3. Click the Sidebar, Header and Footer tab
  4. Paste your custom CSS into the Header field
  5. Wrap the code in a {style} block
  6. Save

Paste the following:

{style}
code {
    padding: 1px 5px 1px 5px; 
    font-family: Consolas, Menlo, Monaco, Lucida Console, Liberation Mono, DejaVu Sans Mono, Bitstream Vera Sans Mono, Courier New, monospace, serif;
    background-color: #eeeeee;
}
{style}

After that you'll get nice and tidy stackoverflow-stylish inline code spans just by writing {{sometext}}.

How often should you use git-gc?

Drop it in a cron job that runs every night (afternoon?) when you're sleeping.

How to create a temporary table in SSIS control flow task and then use it in data flow task?

I'm late to this party but I'd like to add one bit to user756519's thorough, excellent answer. I don't believe the "RetainSameConnection on the Connection Manager" property is relevant in this instance based on my recent experience. In my case, the relevant point was their advice to set "ValidateExternalMetadata" to False.

I'm using a temp table to facilitate copying data from one database (and server) to another, hence the reason "RetainSameConnection" was not relevant in my particular case. And I don't believe it is important to accomplish what is happening in this example either, as thorough as it is.

String.Format alternative in C++

For the sake of completeness, you may use std::stringstream:

#include <iostream>
#include <sstream>
#include <string>

int main() {
    std::string a = "a", b = "b", c = "c";
    // apply formatting
    std::stringstream s;
    s << a << " " << b << " > " << c;
    // assign to std::string
    std::string str = s.str();
    std::cout << str << "\n";
}

Or (in this case) std::string's very own string concatenation capabilities:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>

int main() {
    std::string a = "a", b = "b", c = "c";
    std::string str = a + " " + b + " > " + c;
    std::cout << str << "\n";
}

For reference:


If you really want to go the C way. Here you are:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <cstdio>

int main() {
    std::string a = "a", b = "b", c = "c";
    const char fmt[] = "%s %s > %s";
    // use std::vector for memory management (to avoid memory leaks)
    std::vector<char>::size_type size = 256;
    std::vector<char> buf;
    do {
        // use snprintf instead of sprintf (to avoid buffer overflows)
        // snprintf returns the required size (without terminating null)
        // if buffer is too small initially: loop should run at most twice
        buf.resize(size+1);
        size = std::snprintf(
                &buf[0], buf.size(),
                fmt, a.c_str(), b.c_str(), c.c_str());
    } while (size+1 > buf.size());
    // assign to std::string
    std::string str(buf.begin(), buf.begin()+size);
    std::cout << str << "\n";
}

For reference:


Then, there's the Boost Format Library. For the sake of your example:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <boost/format.hpp>

int main() {
    std::string a = "a", b = "b", c = "c";
    // apply format
    boost::format fmt = boost::format("%s %s > %s") % a % b % c; 
    // assign to std::string
    std::string str = fmt.str();
    std::cout << str << "\n";
}

iOS Safari – How to disable overscroll but allow scrollable divs to scroll normally?

Check if the scrollable element is already scrolled to the top when trying to scroll up or to the bottom when trying to scroll down and then preventing the default action to stop the entire page from moving.

var touchStartEvent;
$('.scrollable').on({
    touchstart: function(e) {
        touchStartEvent = e;
    },
    touchmove: function(e) {
        if ((e.originalEvent.pageY > touchStartEvent.originalEvent.pageY && this.scrollTop == 0) ||
            (e.originalEvent.pageY < touchStartEvent.originalEvent.pageY && this.scrollTop + this.offsetHeight >= this.scrollHeight))
            e.preventDefault();
    }
});

C#: New line and tab characters in strings

It depends on if you mean '\n' (linefeed) or '\r\n' (carriage return + linefeed). The former is not the Windows default and will not show properly in some text editors (like Notepad).

You can do

sb.Append(Environment.NewLine);
sb.Append("\t");

or

sb.Append("\r\n\t");

Returning from a void function

The only reason to have a return in a void function would be to exit early due to some conditional statement:

void foo(int y)
{
    if(y == 0) return;

    // do stuff with y
}

As unwind said: when the code ends, it ends. No need for an explicit return at the end.

How to find patterns across multiple lines using grep?

With silver searcher:

ag 'abc.*(\n|.)*efg'

similar to ring bearer's answer, but with ag instead. Speed advantages of silver searcher could possibly shine here.

DataTrigger where value is NOT null?

I ran into a similar limitation with DataTriggers, and it would seem that you can only check for equality. The closest thing I've seen that might help you is a technique for doing other types of comparisons other than equality.

This blog post describes how to do comparisons such as LT, GT, etc in a DataTrigger.

This limitation of the DataTrigger can be worked around to some extent by using a Converter to massage the data into a special value you can then compare against, as suggested in Robert Macnee's answer.

py2exe - generate single executable file

As the other poster mention, py2exe, will generate an executable + some libraries to load. You can also have some data to add to your program.

Next step is to use an installer, to package all this into one easy-to-use installable/unistallable program.

I have used InnoSetup with delight for several years and for commercial programs, so I heartily recommend it.

The Web Application Project [...] is configured to use IIS. The Web server [...] could not be found.

Cause: The IISURL inside project.csproj is not correctly reflected in the project setting, and the virtual directory was not created.

Solution: Change the Project URL to correct PORT and create the Virtual Directory to make the missing PORT available.


Follow Below Steps:

Step 1: Right click on the project file to Edit the project.csproj file. enter image description here

Step 2: Search IIS and modify from <UseIIS>True</UseIIS> to <UseIIS>False</UseIIS> enter image description here

Step 3: Right Click Project to Reload the Project. After Reload successfully, right click Project and select Properties. enter image description here

Step 4: Locate Project URL option under Properties => Web enter image description here

Step 5: Change the Project URL to IIS URL indicated both on the Error Message and on the <IISURL>http://localhost:8086 </IISURL> from project.csproj file. Then Click Create Virtual Directory. Save All enter image description here enter image description here

Step 6: Redo Step 2 so it doesn't impact the remote codebase and the server deployment settings.

How to start MySQL with --skip-grant-tables?

Use the following command (notice the "d"): mysqld --skip-grant-tables

How do I deal with special characters like \^$.?*|+()[{ in my regex?

I think the easiest way to match the characters like

\^$.?*|+()[

are using character classes from within R. Consider the following to clean column headers from a data file, which could contain spaces, and punctuation characters:

> library(stringr)
> colnames(order_table) <- str_replace_all(colnames(order_table),"[:punct:]|[:space:]","")

This approach allows us to string character classes to match punctation characters, in addition to whitespace characters, something you would normally have to escape with \\ to detect. You can learn more about the character classes at this cheatsheet below, and you can also type in ?regexp to see more info about this.

https://www.rstudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/RegExCheatsheet.pdf

How to dump only specific tables from MySQL?

If you're in local machine then use this command

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqldump -h127.0.0.1 --port = 3306 -u [username] -p [password] --databases [db_name] --tables [tablename] > /to/path/tablename.sql;

For remote machine, use below one

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqldump -h [remoteip] --port = 3306 -u [username] -p [password] --databases [db_name] --tables [tablename] > /to/path/tablename.sql;

Set EditText cursor color

<!-- Base application theme. -->
<style name="AppTheme" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.DarkActionBar">
    <!-- Customize your theme here. -->
    <item name="colorPrimary">#36f0ff</item>
    <item name="colorPrimaryDark">#007781</item>
    <item name="colorAccent">#000</item>
</style>

<style name="AppTheme.NoActionBar">
    <item name="windowActionBar">false</item>
    <item name="windowNoTitle">true</item>
</style>

<style name="AppTheme.AppBarOverlay" parent="ThemeOverlay.AppCompat.Dark.ActionBar" />

<style name="AppTheme.PopupOverlay" parent="ThemeOverlay.AppCompat.Light" />

change t he color of colorAccent in styles.xm, that's it simple

Hosting ASP.NET in IIS7 gives Access is denied?

In my case running c:\windows\Microsoft.Net\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe /i resolved the 403 access denied issue.

jQuery events .load(), .ready(), .unload()

Also, I noticed one more difference between .load and .ready. I am opening a child window and I am performing some work when child window opens. .load is called only first time when I open the window and if I don't close the window then .load will not be called again. however, .ready is called every time irrespective of close the child window or not.

How to Import .bson file format on mongodb

mongorestore -d db_name /path/

make sure you run this query in bin folder of mongoDb

C:\Program Files\MongoDB\Server\4.2\bin -

then run this above command.

How to show matplotlib plots in python

You have to use show() methode when you done all initialisations in your code in order to see the complet version of plot:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

plt.plot(x, y)
................
................
plot.show()

Is it possible to add an HTML link in the body of a MAILTO link

Section 2 of RFC 2368 says that the body field is supposed to be in text/plain format, so you can't do HTML.

However even if you use plain text it's possible that some modern mail clients would render a URL as a clickable link anyway, though.

HTML - Change\Update page contents without refreshing\reloading the page

jQuery will do the job. You can use either jQuery.ajax function, which is general one for performing ajax calls, or its wrappers: jQuery.get, jQuery.post for getting/posting data. Its very easy to use, for example, check out this tutorial, which shows how to use jQuery with PHP.

How to write an XPath query to match two attributes?

or //div[@id='id-74385'][@class='guest clearfix']

How to handle change text of span

Found the solution here

Lets say you have span1 as <span id='span1'>my text</span>
text change events can be captured with:

$(document).ready(function(){
    $("#span1").on('DOMSubtreeModified',function(){
         // text change handler
     });

 });
 

Cannot find firefox binary in PATH. Make sure firefox is installed. OS appears to be: VISTA

I was also suffering from the same issue. Finally I resolved it by setting binary value in capabilites as shown below. At run time it uses this value so it is must to set.

DesiredCapabilities capability = DesiredCapabilities.firefox();
capability.setCapability("platform", Platform.ANY);
capability.setCapability("binary", "/ms/dist/fsf/PROJ/firefox/16.0.0/bin/firefox"); //for linux

//capability.setCapability("binary", "C:\\Program Files\\Mozilla  Firefox\\msfirefox.exe"); //for windows                
WebDriver    currentDriver = new RemoteWebDriver(new URL("http://localhost:4444/wd/hub"), capability);

And you are done!!! Happy coding :)

Redirect output of mongo query to a csv file

Here is what you can try:

print("id,name,startDate")
cursor = db.<collection_name>.find();
while (cursor.hasNext()) {
    jsonObject = cursor.next();
    print(jsonObject._id.valueOf() + "," + jsonObject.name + ",\"" + jsonObject.stateDate.toUTCString() +"\"")

}

Save that in a file, say "export.js". Run the following command:

mongo <host>/<dbname> -u <username> -p <password> export.js > out.csv