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Permanently adding a file path to sys.path in Python

There are a few ways. One of the simplest is to create a my-paths.pth file (as described here). This is just a file with the extension .pth that you put into your system site-packages directory. On each line of the file you put one directory name, so you can put a line in there with /path/to/the/ and it will add that directory to the path.

You could also use the PYTHONPATH environment variable, which is like the system PATH variable but contains directories that will be added to sys.path. See the documentation.

Note that no matter what you do, sys.path contains directories not files. You can't "add a file to sys.path". You always add its directory and then you can import the file.

How to execute a shell script in PHP?

You might have disabled the exec privileges, most of the LAMP packages have those disabled. Check your php.ini for this line:

disable_functions = exec

And remove the exec, shell_exec entries if there are there.

Good Luck!

Running CMD command in PowerShell

One solution would be to pipe your command from PowerShell to CMD. Running the following command will pipe the notepad.exe command over to CMD, which will then open the Notepad application.

PS C:\> "notepad.exe" | cmd

Once the command has run in CMD, you will be returned to a PowerShell prompt, and can continue running your PowerShell script.


Edits

CMD's Startup Message is Shown

As mklement0 points out, this method shows CMD's startup message. If you were to copy the output using the method above into another terminal, the startup message will be copied along with it.

Select first 10 distinct rows in mysql

SELECT * 
FROM people 
WHERE names ='SMITH'
ORDER BY names asc
limit 10

If you need add group by clause. If you search Smith you would have to sort on something else.

Animate scroll to ID on page load

try with following code. make elements with class name page-scroll and keep id name to href of corresponding links

$('a.page-scroll').bind('click', function(event) {
        var $anchor = $(this);
        $('html, body').stop().animate({
            scrollTop: ($($anchor.attr('href')).offset().top - 50)
        }, 1250, 'easeInOutExpo');
        event.preventDefault();
    });

ASP.NET MVC: Html.EditorFor and multi-line text boxes

Another way

@Html.TextAreaFor(model => model.Comments[0].Comment)

And in your css do this

textarea
{
    font-family: inherit;
    width: 650px;
    height: 65px;
}

That DataType dealie allows carriage returns in the data, not everybody likes those.

MongoDB: Is it possible to make a case-insensitive query?

These have been tested for string searches

{'_id': /.*CM.*/}               ||find _id where _id contains   ->CM
{'_id': /^CM/}                  ||find _id where _id starts     ->CM
{'_id': /CM$/}                  ||find _id where _id ends       ->CM

{'_id': /.*UcM075237.*/i}       ||find _id where _id contains   ->UcM075237, ignore upper/lower case
{'_id': /^UcM075237/i}          ||find _id where _id starts     ->UcM075237, ignore upper/lower case
{'_id': /UcM075237$/i}          ||find _id where _id ends       ->UcM075237, ignore upper/lower case

Pandas DataFrame Groupby two columns and get counts

Should you want to add a new column (say 'count_column') containing the groups' counts into the dataframe:

df.count_column=df.groupby(['col5','col2']).col5.transform('count')

(I picked 'col5' as it contains no nan)

Joining two table entities in Spring Data JPA

This has been an old question but solution is very simple to that. If you are ever unsure about how to write criterias, joins etc in hibernate then best way is using native queries. This doesn't slow the performance and very useful. Eq. below

    @Query(nativeQuery = true, value = "your sql query")
returnTypeOfMethod methodName(arg1, arg2);

read.csv warning 'EOF within quoted string' prevents complete reading of file

Actually, using read.csv() to read a file with text content is not a good idea, disable the quote as set quote="" is only a temporary solution, it only worked with Separate quotation marks. There are other reasons would cause the warning, such as some special characters.

The permanent solution(using read.csv()), finding out what those special characters are and use a regular expression to eliminate them is an idea.

Have you ever think of installing the package {data.table} and use fread() to read the file. it is much faster and would not bother you with this EOF warning. Note that the file it loads it will be stored as a data.table object but not a data.frame object. The class data.table has many good features, but anyway, you can transform it using as.data.frame() if needed.

Convert A String (like testing123) To Binary In Java

import java.lang.*;
import java.io.*;
class d2b
{
  public static void main(String args[]) throws IOException{
  BufferedReader b = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
  System.out.println("Enter the decimal value:");
  String h = b.readLine();
  int k = Integer.parseInt(h);  
  String out = Integer.toBinaryString(k);
  System.out.println("Binary: " + out);
  }
}   

Python: Passing variables between functions

Your return is useless if you don't assign it

list=defineAList()

Temporarily switch working copy to a specific Git commit

If you are at a certain branch mybranch, just go ahead and git checkout commit_hash. Then you can return to your branch by git checkout mybranch. I had the same game bisecting a bug today :) Also, you should know about git bisect.

How to list all dates between two dates

You can create a stored procedure passing 2 dates

CREATE PROCEDURE SELECTALLDATES
(
@StartDate as date,
@EndDate as date
)
AS
Declare @Current as date = DATEADD(DD, 1, @BeginDate);

Create table #tmpDates
(displayDate date)

WHILE @Current < @EndDate
BEGIN
insert into #tmpDates
VALUES(@Current);
set @Current = DATEADD(DD, 1, @Current) -- add 1 to current day
END

Select * 
from #tmpDates

drop table #tmpDates

how to increase java heap memory permanently?

The Java Virtual Machine takes two command line arguments which set the initial and maximum heap sizes: -Xms and -Xmx. You can add a system environment variable named _JAVA_OPTIONS, and set the heap size values there.
For example if you want a 512Mb initial and 1024Mb maximum heap size you could use:

under Windows:

SET _JAVA_OPTIONS = -Xms512m -Xmx1024m

under Linux:

export _JAVA_OPTIONS="-Xms512m -Xmx1024m"

It is possible to read the default JVM heap size programmatically by using totalMemory() method of Runtime class. Use following code to read JVM heap size.

public class GetHeapSize {
    public static void main(String[]args){

        //Get the jvm heap size.
        long heapSize = Runtime.getRuntime().totalMemory();

        //Print the jvm heap size.
        System.out.println("Heap Size = " + heapSize);
    }
}

How to make for loops in Java increase by increments other than 1

Change

for(j = 0; j<=90; j+3)

to

for(j = 0; j<=90; j=j+3)

Adding delay between execution of two following lines

Like @Sunkas wrote, performSelector:withObject:afterDelay: is the pendant to the dispatch_after just that it is shorter and you have the normal objective-c syntax. If you need to pass arguments to the block you want to delay, you can just pass them through the parameter withObject and you will receive it in the selector you call:

[self performSelector:@selector(testStringMethod:) 
           withObject:@"Test Test" 
           afterDelay:0.5];

- (void)testStringMethod:(NSString *)string{
    NSLog(@"string  >>> %@", string);
}

If you still want to choose yourself if you execute it on the main thread or on the current thread, there are specific methods which allow you to specify this. Apples Documentation tells this:

If you want the message to be dequeued when the run loop is in a mode other than the default mode, use the performSelector:withObject:afterDelay:inModes: method instead. If you are not sure whether the current thread is the main thread, you can use the performSelectorOnMainThread:withObject:waitUntilDone: or performSelectorOnMainThread:withObject:waitUntilDone:modes: method to guarantee that your selector executes on the main thread. To cancel a queued message, use the cancelPreviousPerformRequestsWithTarget: or cancelPreviousPerformRequestsWithTarget:selector:object: method.

Jenkins fails when running "service start jenkins"

Still fighting the same error on both ubuntu, ubuntu derivatives and opensuse. This is a great way to bypass and move forward until you can fix the actual issue.

Just use the docker image for jenkins from dockerhub.

docker pull jenkins/jenkins

docker run -itd -p 8080:8080 --name jenkins_container jenkins

Use the browser to navigate to:

localhost:8080 or my_pc:8080

To get at the token at the path given on the login screen:

docker exec -it jenkins_container /bin/bash

Then navigate to the token file and copy/paste the code into the login screen. You can use the edit/copy/paste menus in the kde/gnome/lxde/xfce terminals to copy the terminal text, then paste it with ctrl-v

War File

Or use the jenkins.war file. For development purposes you can run jenkins as your user (or as jenkins) from the command line or create a short script in /usr/local or /opt to start it.

Download the jenkins.war from the jenkins download page:

https://jenkins.io/download/

Then put it somewhere safe, ~/jenkins would be a good place.

mkdir ~/jenkins; cp ~/Downloads/jenkins.war ~/jenkins

Then run:

nohup java -jar ~/jenkins/jenkins.war > ~/jenkins/jenkins.log 2>&1

To get the initial admin password token, copy the text output of:

cat /home/my_home_dir/.jenkins/secrets/initialAdminPassword

and paste that into the box with ctrl-v as your initial admin password.

Hope this is detailed enough to get you on your way...

How to create an object property from a variable value in JavaScript?

Dot notation and the properties are equivalent. So you would accomplish like so:

var myObj = new Object;
var a = 'string1';
myObj[a] = 'whatever';
alert(myObj.string1)

(alerts "whatever")

Get array of object's keys

You can use jQuery's $.map.

var foo = { 'alpha' : 'puffin', 'beta' : 'beagle' },
keys = $.map(foo, function(v, i){
  return i;
});

Excel VBA Code: Compile Error in x64 Version ('PtrSafe' attribute required)

I'm quite sure you won't get this 32Bit DLL working in Office 64Bit. The DLL needs to be updated by the author to be compatible with 64Bit versions of Office.

The code changes you have found and supplied in the question are used to convert calls to APIs that have already been rewritten for Office 64Bit. (Most Windows APIs have been updated.)

From: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee681792.aspx:

"ActiveX controls and add-in (COM) DLLs (dynamic link libraries) that were written for 32-bit Office will not work in a 64-bit process."

Edit: Further to your comment, I've tried the 64Bit DLL version on Win 8 64Bit with Office 2010 64Bit. Since you are using User Defined Functions called from the Excel worksheet you are not able to see the error thrown by Excel and just end up with the #VALUE returned.

If we create a custom procedure within VBA and try one of the DLL functions we see the exact error thrown. I tried a simple function of swe_day_of_week which just has a time as an input and I get the error Run-time error '48' File not found: swedll32.dll.

Now I have the 64Bit DLL you supplied in the correct locations so it should be found which suggests it has dependencies which cannot be located as per https://stackoverflow.com/a/8607250/1733206

I've got all the .NET frameworks installed which would be my first guess, so without further information from the author it might be difficult to find the problem.

Edit2: And after a bit more investigating it appears the 64Bit version you have supplied is actually a 32Bit version. Hence the error message on the 64Bit Office. You can check this by trying to access the '64Bit' version in Office 32Bit.

Post parameter is always null

If you have this character '\' in your json query in Postman, you should escape it if you need the character '\' in the json string value.

Example:

{
    "path": "C:\\Users\\Test\\Documents\\test.txt"
}

Spring Boot - Handle to Hibernate SessionFactory

You can accomplish this with:

SessionFactory sessionFactory = 
    entityManagerFactory.unwrap(SessionFactory.class);

where entityManagerFactory is an JPA EntityManagerFactory.

package net.andreaskluth.hibernatesample;

import javax.persistence.EntityManager;
import javax.persistence.EntityManagerFactory;

import org.hibernate.Session;
import org.hibernate.SessionFactory;
import org.hibernate.Transaction;
import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired;
import org.springframework.stereotype.Component;

@Component
public class SomeService {

  private SessionFactory hibernateFactory;

  @Autowired
  public SomeService(EntityManagerFactory factory) {
    if(factory.unwrap(SessionFactory.class) == null){
      throw new NullPointerException("factory is not a hibernate factory");
    }
    this.hibernateFactory = factory.unwrap(SessionFactory.class);
  }

}

Stop node.js program from command line

You can use fuser to get what you want to be done.

In order to obtain the process ids of the tasks running on a port you can do:

fuser <<target_port>>/tcp

Let's say the port is 8888, the command becomes:

fuser 8888/tcp

And to kill a process that is running on a port, simply add -k switch.

fuser <<target_port>>/tcp -k

Example (port is 8888):

fuser 8888/tcp -k

That's it! It will close the process listening on the port. I usually do this before running my server application.

How can I run a directive after the dom has finished rendering?

I had the a similar problem and want to share my solution here.

I have the following HTML:

<div data-my-directive>
  <div id='sub' ng-include='includedFile.htm'></div>
</div>

Problem: In the link-function of directive of the parent div I wanted to jquery'ing the child div#sub. But it just gave me an empty object because ng-include hadn't finished when link function of directive ran. So first I made a dirty workaround with $timeout, which worked but the delay-parameter depended on client speed (nobody likes that).

Works but dirty:

app.directive('myDirective', [function () {
    var directive = {};
    directive.link = function (scope, element, attrs) {
        $timeout(function() {
            //very dirty cause of client-depending varying delay time 
            $('#sub').css(/*whatever*/);
        }, 350);
    };
    return directive;
}]);

Here's the clean solution:

app.directive('myDirective', [function () {
    var directive = {};
    directive.link = function (scope, element, attrs) {
        scope.$on('$includeContentLoaded', function() {
            //just happens in the moment when ng-included finished
            $('#sub').css(/*whatever*/);
        };
    };
    return directive;
}]);

Maybe it helps somebody.

Explicitly set column value to null SQL Developer

It is clear that most people who haven't used SQL Server Enterprise Manager don't understand the question (i.e. Justin Cave).

I came upon this post when I wanted to know the same thing.

Using SQL Server, when you are editing your data through the MS SQL Server GUI Tools, you can use a KEYBOARD SHORTCUT to insert a NULL rather than having just an EMPTY CELL, as they aren't the same thing. An empty cell can have a space in it, rather than being NULL, even if it is technically empty. The difference is when you intentionally WANT to put a NULL in a cell rather than a SPACE or to empty it and NOT using a SQL statement to do so.

So, the question really is, how do I put a NULL value in the cell INSTEAD of a space to empty the cell?

I think the answer is, that the way the Oracle Developer GUI works, is as Laniel indicated above, And THAT should be marked as the answer to this question.

Oracle Developer seems to default to NULL when you empty a cell the way the op is describing it.

Additionally, you can force Oracle Developer to change how your null cells look by changing the color of the background color to further demonstrate when a cell holds a null:

Tools->Preferences->Advanced->Display Null Using Background Color

or even the VALUE it shows when it's null:

Tools->Preferences->Advanced->Display Null Value As

Hope that helps in your transition.

Free ASP.Net and/or CSS Themes

Microsoft hired one fo the kids from A List Apart to whip some out. The .Net projects are free of charge for download.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/asp.net/aa336613.aspx

Copy values from one column to another in the same table

Following worked for me..

  1. Ensure you are not using Safe-mode in your query editor application. If you are, disable it!
  2. Then run following sql command

for a table say, 'test_update_cmd', source value column col2, target value column col1 and condition column col3: -

UPDATE  test_update_cmd SET col1=col2 WHERE col3='value';

Good Luck!

Programmatically change input type of the EditText from PASSWORD to NORMAL & vice versa

Use Transformation method:

To Hide:

editText.transformationMethod = PasswordTransformationMethod.getInstance()

To Visible:

editText.transformationMethod = SingleLineTransformationMethod.getInstance()

That's it.

How to exit an application properly

in this case I start Outlook and then close it

Dim ol 

Set ol = WScript.CreateObject("Outlook.Application") 'Starts Outlook

ol.quit 'Closes Outlook

Is there a command to refresh environment variables from the command prompt in Windows?

You can capture the system environment variables with a vbs script, but you need a bat script to actually change the current environment variables, so this is a combined solution.

Create a file named resetvars.vbs containing this code, and save it on the path:

Set oShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
filename = oShell.ExpandEnvironmentStrings("%TEMP%\resetvars.bat")
Set objFileSystem = CreateObject("Scripting.fileSystemObject")
Set oFile = objFileSystem.CreateTextFile(filename, TRUE)

set oEnv=oShell.Environment("System")
for each sitem in oEnv 
    oFile.WriteLine("SET " & sitem)
next
path = oEnv("PATH")

set oEnv=oShell.Environment("User")
for each sitem in oEnv 
    oFile.WriteLine("SET " & sitem)
next

path = path & ";" & oEnv("PATH")
oFile.WriteLine("SET PATH=" & path)
oFile.Close

create another file name resetvars.bat containing this code, same location:

@echo off
%~dp0resetvars.vbs
call "%TEMP%\resetvars.bat"

When you want to refresh the environment variables, just run resetvars.bat


Apologetics:

The two main problems I had coming up with this solution were

a. I couldn't find a straightforward way to export environment variables from a vbs script back to the command prompt, and

b. the PATH environment variable is a concatenation of the user and the system PATH variables.

I'm not sure what the general rule is for conflicting variables between user and system, so I elected to make user override system, except in the PATH variable which is handled specifically.

I use the weird vbs+bat+temporary bat mechanism to work around the problem of exporting variables from vbs.

Note: this script does not delete variables.

This can probably be improved.

ADDED

If you need to export the environment from one cmd window to another, use this script (let's call it exportvars.vbs):

Set oShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
filename = oShell.ExpandEnvironmentStrings("%TEMP%\resetvars.bat")
Set objFileSystem = CreateObject("Scripting.fileSystemObject")
Set oFile = objFileSystem.CreateTextFile(filename, TRUE)

set oEnv=oShell.Environment("Process")
for each sitem in oEnv 
    oFile.WriteLine("SET " & sitem)
next
oFile.Close

Run exportvars.vbs in the window you want to export from, then switch to the window you want to export to, and type:

"%TEMP%\resetvars.bat"

Android: disabling highlight on listView click

The orange highlight effect is a style on the ListView. This article gives a good overview of how to override the listView style.

Essentially, you have a selector that specifies different style elements based on the current state.

see this for short and quick solution https://stackoverflow.com/a/12242564/185022

How to pass event as argument to an inline event handler in JavaScript?

You don't need to pass this, there already is the event object passed by default automatically, which contains event.target which has the object it's coming from. You can lighten your syntax:

This:

<p onclick="doSomething()">

Will work with this:

function doSomething(){
  console.log(event);
  console.log(event.target);
}

You don't need to instantiate the event object, it's already there. Try it out. And event.target will contain the entire object calling it, which you were referencing as "this" before.

Now if you dynamically trigger doSomething() from somewhere in your code, you will notice that event is undefined. This is because it wasn't triggered from an event of clicking. So if you still want to artificially trigger the event, simply use dispatchEvent:

document.getElementById('element').dispatchEvent(new CustomEvent("click", {'bubbles': true}));

Then doSomething() will see event and event.target as per usual!

No need to pass this everywhere, and you can keep your function signatures free from wiring information and simplify things.

Eclipse: Java was started but returned error code=13

This is caused when java is updated. You have to delete in environement path : C:**ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath**

MySQL 8.0 - Client does not support authentication protocol requested by server; consider upgrading MySQL client

Downgrading might not be a good option as:

  1. Its upgraded for a reason (To provide better authentication).
  2. You might not have enough permissions to make such changes.

You can use mysql2 package in place of mysql. Its mostly API compatible with mysqljs. Also, it has promises support.

Use it like: const mysql = require('mysql2/promise') (for promise based methods)

You can read more about mysql2 here: https://www.npmjs.com/package/mysql2

Hope it helps. :)

VirtualBox Cannot register the hard disk already exists

  1. Select File from Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager
  2. Virtual Media Manager
  3. Remove the file (highlighted yellow) from Hard disks tab.

Where are static methods and static variables stored in Java?

It is stored in the heap referenced by the class definition. If you think about it, it has nothing to do with stack because there is no scope.

How to apply CSS to iframe?

When you say "doc.open()" it means you can write whatever HTML tag inside the iframe, so you should write all the basic tags for the HTML page and if you want to have a CSS link in your iframe head just write an iframe with CSS link in it. I give you an example:

doc.open();

doc.write('<!DOCTYPE html><html><head><meta charset="utf-8"/><meta http-quiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"/><title>Print Frame</title><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/css/print.css"/></head><body><table id="' + gridId + 'Printable' + '" class="print" >' + out + '</table></body></html>');

doc.close();

Best practice for instantiating a new Android Fragment

setArguments() is useless. It only brings a mess.

public class MyFragment extends Fragment {

    public String mTitle;
    public String mInitialTitle;

    public static MyFragment newInstance(String param1) {
        MyFragment f = new MyFragment();
        f.mInitialTitle = param1;
        f.mTitle = param1;
        return f;
    }

    @Override
    public void onSaveInstanceState(Bundle state) {
        state.putString("mInitialTitle", mInitialTitle);
        state.putString("mTitle", mTitle);
        super.onSaveInstanceState(state);
    }

    @Override
    public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container, Bundle state) {
        if (state != null) {
            mInitialTitle = state.getString("mInitialTitle");
            mTitle = state.getString("mTitle");
        } 
        ...
    }
}

How to print last two columns using awk

Please try this out to take into account all possible scenarios:

awk '{print $(NF-1)"\t"$NF}'  file

or

awk 'BEGIN{OFS="\t"}' file

or

awk '{print $(NF-1), $NF} {print $(NF-1), $NF}' file

How to remove class from all elements jquery

try: $(".highlight").removeClass("highlight");. By selecting $(".edgetoedge") you are only running functions at that level.

powershell - list local users and their groups

try this one :),

Get-LocalGroup | %{ $groups = "$(Get-LocalGroupMember -Group $_.Name | %{ $_.Name } | Out-String)"; Write-Output "$($_.Name)>`r`n$($groups)`r`n" }

Remove Rows From Data Frame where a Row matches a String

Just use the == with the negation symbol (!). If dtfm is the name of your data.frame:

dtfm[!dtfm$C == "Foo", ]

Or, to move the negation in the comparison:

dtfm[dtfm$C != "Foo", ]

Or, even shorter using subset():

subset(dtfm, C!="Foo")

Automapper missing type map configuration or unsupported mapping - Error

I was trying to map an IEnumerable to an object. This is way I got this error. Maybe it helps.

How do I show the number keyboard on an EditText in android?

Use the below code in java file

editText.setRawInputType(Configuration.KEYBOARD_QWERTY);

How to set Toolbar text and back arrow color

To change the Toolbar's back icon drawable you can use this:
Add the <item name="toolbarStyle">@style/ToolbarStyle</item> into your Theme.
And here is the ToolbarStyle itself:

<style name="ToolbarStyle" parent="Widget.AppCompat.Toolbar">
    <item name="navigationIcon">@drawable/ic_up_indicator</item>
</style>

Adding css class through aspx code behind

Assuming your div has some CSS classes already...

<div id="classMe" CssClass="first"></div>

The following won't replace existing definitions:

ClassMe.CssClass += " second";

And if you are not sure until the very last moment...

string classes = ClassMe.CssClass;
ClassMe.CssClass += (classes == "") ? "second" : " second";

In what cases do I use malloc and/or new?

Unless you are forced to use C, you should never use malloc. Always use new.

If you need a big chunk of data just do something like:

char *pBuffer = new char[1024];

Be careful though this is not correct:

//This is incorrect - may delete only one element, may corrupt the heap, or worse...
delete pBuffer;

Instead you should do this when deleting an array of data:

//This deletes all items in the array
delete[] pBuffer;

The new keyword is the C++ way of doing it, and it will ensure that your type will have its constructor called. The new keyword is also more type-safe whereas malloc is not type-safe at all.

The only way I could think that would be beneficial to use malloc would be if you needed to change the size of your buffer of data. The new keyword does not have an analogous way like realloc. The realloc function might be able to extend the size of a chunk of memory for you more efficiently.

It is worth mentioning that you cannot mix new/free and malloc/delete.

Note: Some answers in this question are invalid.

int* p_scalar = new int(5);  // Does not create 5 elements, but initializes to 5
int* p_array  = new int[5];  // Creates 5 elements

Simple way to unzip a .zip file using zlib

zlib handles the deflate compression/decompression algorithm, but there is more than that in a ZIP file.

You can try libzip. It is free, portable and easy to use.

UPDATE: Here I attach quick'n'dirty example of libzip, with all the error controls ommited:

#include <zip.h>

int main()
{
    //Open the ZIP archive
    int err = 0;
    zip *z = zip_open("foo.zip", 0, &err);

    //Search for the file of given name
    const char *name = "file.txt";
    struct zip_stat st;
    zip_stat_init(&st);
    zip_stat(z, name, 0, &st);

    //Alloc memory for its uncompressed contents
    char *contents = new char[st.size];

    //Read the compressed file
    zip_file *f = zip_fopen(z, name, 0);
    zip_fread(f, contents, st.size);
    zip_fclose(f);

    //And close the archive
    zip_close(z);

    //Do something with the contents
    //delete allocated memory
    delete[] contents;
}

Delete files older than 10 days using shell script in Unix

Just spicing up the shell script above to delete older files but with logging and calculation of elapsed time

#!/bin/bash

path="/data/backuplog/"
timestamp=$(date +%Y%m%d_%H%M%S)    
filename=log_$timestamp.txt    
log=$path$filename
days=7

START_TIME=$(date +%s)

find $path -maxdepth 1 -name "*.txt"  -type f -mtime +$days  -print -delete >> $log

echo "Backup:: Script Start -- $(date +%Y%m%d_%H%M)" >> $log


... code for backup ...or any other operation .... >> $log


END_TIME=$(date +%s)

ELAPSED_TIME=$(( $END_TIME - $START_TIME ))


echo "Backup :: Script End -- $(date +%Y%m%d_%H%M)" >> $log
echo "Elapsed Time ::  $(date -d 00:00:$ELAPSED_TIME +%Hh:%Mm:%Ss) "  >> $log

The code adds a few things.

  • log files named with a timestamp
  • log folder specified
  • find looks for *.txt files only in the log folder
  • type f ensures you only deletes files
  • maxdepth 1 ensures you dont enter subfolders
  • log files older than 7 days are deleted ( assuming this is for a backup log)
  • notes the start / end time
  • calculates the elapsed time for the backup operation...

Note: to test the code, just use -print instead of -print -delete. But do check your path carefully though.

Note: Do ensure your server time is set correctly via date - setup timezone/ntp correctly . Additionally check file times with 'stat filename'

Note: mtime can be replaced with mmin for better control as mtime discards all fractions (older than 2 days (+2 days) actually means 3 days ) when it deals with getting the timestamps of files in the context of days

-mtime +$days  --->  -mmin  +$((60*24*$days))

CMake link to external library

One more alternative, in the case you are working with the Appstore, need "Entitlements" and as such need to link with an Apple-Framework.

For Entitlements to work (e.g. GameCenter) you need to have a "Link Binary with Libraries"-buildstep and then link with "GameKit.framework". CMake "injects" the libraries on a "low level" into the commandline, hence Xcode doesn't really know about it, and as such you will not get GameKit enabled in the Capabilities screen.

One way to use CMake and have a "Link with Binaries"-buildstep is to generate the xcodeproj with CMake, and then use 'sed' to 'search & replace' and add the GameKit in the way XCode likes it...

The script looks like this (for Xcode 6.3.1).

s#\/\* Begin PBXBuildFile section \*\/#\/\* Begin PBXBuildFile section \*\/\
    26B12AA11C10544700A9A2BA \/\* GameKit.framework in Frameworks \*\/ = {isa = PBXBuildFile; fileRef = 26B12AA01C10544700A9A2BA \/\* GameKit.framework xxx\*\/; };#g

s#\/\* Begin PBXFileReference section \*\/#\/\* Begin PBXFileReference section \*\/\
    26B12AA01C10544700A9A2BA \/\* GameKit.framework xxx\*\/ = {isa = PBXFileReference; lastKnownFileType = wrapper.framework; name = GameKit.framework; path = System\/Library\/Frameworks\/GameKit.framework; sourceTree = SDKROOT; };#g

s#\/\* End PBXFileReference section \*\/#\/\* End PBXFileReference section \*\/\
\
\/\* Begin PBXFrameworksBuildPhase section \*\/\
    26B12A9F1C10543B00A9A2BA \/\* Frameworks \*\/ = {\
        isa = PBXFrameworksBuildPhase;\
        buildActionMask = 2147483647;\
        files = (\
            26B12AA11C10544700A9A2BA \/\* GameKit.framework in Frameworks xxx\*\/,\
        );\
        runOnlyForDeploymentPostprocessing = 0;\
    };\
\/\* End PBXFrameworksBuildPhase section \*\/\
#g

s#\/\* CMake PostBuild Rules \*\/,#\/\* CMake PostBuild Rules \*\/,\
            26B12A9F1C10543B00A9A2BA \/\* Frameworks xxx\*\/,#g
s#\/\* Products \*\/,#\/\* Products \*\/,\
            26B12AA01C10544700A9A2BA \/\* GameKit.framework xxx\*\/,#g

save this to "gamecenter.sed" and then "apply" it like this ( it changes your xcodeproj! )

sed -i.pbxprojbak -f gamecenter.sed myproject.xcodeproj/project.pbxproj

You might have to change the script-commands to fit your need.

Warning: it's likely to break with different Xcode-version as the project-format could change, the (hardcoded) unique number might not really by unique - and generally the solutions by other people are better - so unless you need to Support the Appstore + Entitlements (and automated builds), don't do this.

This is a CMake bug, see http://cmake.org/Bug/view.php?id=14185 and http://gitlab.kitware.com/cmake/cmake/issues/14185

How To Use DateTimePicker In WPF?

There is a DateTimePicker available in the Extended Toolkit.

How to query values from xml nodes?

SELECT  b.BatchID,
        x.XmlCol.value('(ReportHeader/OrganizationReportReferenceIdentifier)[1]','VARCHAR(100)') AS OrganizationReportReferenceIdentifier,
        x.XmlCol.value('(ReportHeader/OrganizationNumber)[1]','VARCHAR(100)') AS OrganizationNumber
FROM    Batches b
CROSS APPLY b.RawXml.nodes('/CasinoDisbursementReportXmlFile/CasinoDisbursementReport') x(XmlCol);

Demo: SQLFiddle

javac: invalid target release: 1.8

None of the previous solutions worked for me.

I solved it by editing .idea/compiler.xml There were "extra" (1) and (2) copies of the bad module with different targets. I deleted the extraneous entried and changed the targets in the section to 1.8 and it worked.

Programmatically find the number of cores on a machine

Windows Server 2003 and later lets you leverage the GetLogicalProcessorInformation function

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms683194.aspx

What exactly are iterator, iterable, and iteration?

Here's another view using collections.abc. This view may be useful the second time around or later.

From collections.abc we can see the following hierarchy:

builtins.object
    Iterable
        Iterator
            Generator

i.e. Generator is derived from Iterator is derived from Iterable is derived from the base object.

Hence,

  • Every iterator is an iterable, but not every iterable is an iterator. For example, [1, 2, 3] and range(10) are iterables, but not iterators. x = iter([1, 2, 3]) is an iterator and an iterable.
  • A similar relationship exists between Iterator and Generator.
  • Calling iter() on an iterator or a generator returns itself. Thus, if it is an iterator, then iter(it) is it is True.
  • Under the hood, a list comprehension like [2 * x for x in nums] or a for loop like for x in nums:, acts as though iter() is called on the iterable (nums) and then iterates over nums using that iterator. Hence, all of the following are functionally equivalent (with, say, nums=[1, 2, 3]):
    • for x in nums:
    • for x in iter(nums):
    • for x in iter(iter(nums)):
    • for x in iter(iter(iter(iter(iter(nums))))):

PRINT statement in T-SQL

So, if you have a statement something like the following, you're saying that you get no 'print' result?

select * from sysobjects
PRINT 'Just selected * from sysobjects'

If you're using SQL Query Analyzer, you'll see that there are two tabs down at the bottom, one of which is "Messages" and that's where the 'print' statements will show up.
If you're concerned about the timing of seeing the print statements, you may want to try using something like

raiserror ('My Print Statement', 10,1) with nowait

This will give you the message immediately as the statement is reached, rather than buffering the output, as the Query Analyzer will do under most conditions.

Access localhost from the internet

Even though you didn't provide enough information to answer this question properly, your best shots are SSH tunnels (or reverse SSH tunnels).

You only need one SSH server on your internal or remote network to provide access to your local machine.

You can use PUTTY (it has a GUI) on Windows to create your tunnel.

Round double in two decimal places in C#?

Another easy way is to use ToString with a parameter. Example:

float d = 54.9700F;    
string s = d.ToString("N2");
Console.WriteLine(s);

Result:

54.97

C# "must declare a body because it is not marked abstract, extern, or partial"

You need to either provide a body for both the getter and setter, or neither. Since you have non-trivial logic in your setter, you need a manually-implemented getter like so:

get { return _hour; }

If you decide you don't need the logic in the setter, you could go with an automatically-implemented property like so:

public int Hour { get; set; }

Writing .csv files from C++

There is nothing special about a CSV file. You can create them using a text editor by simply following the basic rules. The RFC 4180 (tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4180) accepted separator is the comma ',' not the semi-colon ';'. Programs like MS Excel expect a comma as a separator.

There are some programs that treat the comma as a decimal and the semi-colon as a separator, but these are technically outside of the "accepted" standard for CSV formatted files.

So, when creating a CSV you create your filestream and add your lines like so:

#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
int main( int argc, char* argv[] )
{
      std::ofstream myfile;
      myfile.open ("example.csv");
      myfile << "This is the first cell in the first column.\n";
      myfile << "a,b,c,\n";
      myfile << "c,s,v,\n";
      myfile << "1,2,3.456\n";
      myfile << "semi;colon";
      myfile.close();
      return 0;
}

This will result in a CSV file that looks like this when opened in MS Excel:

Image of CSV file created with C++

App not setup: This app is still in development mode

STEP 1:

In Settings -> Basic -> Contact Email. (Give your/any email)

STEP 2: in 'App Review' Tab : change

Do you want to make this app and all its live features available to the general public? Yes

And cheers ..

Application_Start not firing?

I had this problem when trying to initialize log4net. I decided to just make a static constructor for the Global.asax

static Global(){
//Do your initialization here statically
}

Most efficient way to check if a file is empty in Java on Windows

Try FileReader, this reader is meant to read stream of character, while FileInputStream is meant to read raw data.

From the Javadoc:

FileReader is meant for reading streams of characters. For reading streams of raw bytes, consider using a FileInputStream.

Since you wanna read a log file, FileReader is the class to use IMO.

PageSpeed Insights 99/100 because of Google Analytics - How can I cache GA?

PHP

Add this in your HTML or PHP code:

<?php if (!isset($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']) || stripos($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'], 'Speed Insights') === false): ?>
  <script>
    (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){
    (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o),
    m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m)
    })(window,document,'script','https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga');

    ga('create', 'UA-PUT YOUR GOOGLE ANALYTICS ID HERE', 'auto');
    ga('send', 'pageview');
  </script>
<?php endif; ?>

JavaScript

This works fine with JavaScript:

  <script>
  if(navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Speed Insights") == -1) {
    (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){
    (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o),
    m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m)
    })(window,document,'script','https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga');

    ga('create', 'UA-<PUT YOUR GOOGLE ANALYTICS ID HERE>', 'auto');
    ga('send', 'pageview');
  }
  </script>

NiloVelez already said: Obviously, it won't make any real improvement, but if your only concern is getting a 100/100 score this will do it.

Don't change link color when a link is clicked

Don't over complicate it. Just give the link a color using the tags. It will leave a constant color that won't change even if you click it. So in your case just set it to blue. If it is set to a particular color of blue just you want to copy, you can press "print scrn" on your keyboard, paste in paint, and using the color picker(shaped as a dropper) pick the color of the link and view the code in the color settings.

Cropping an UIImage

Best solution for cropping an UIImage in Swift, in term of precision, pixels scaling ...:

private func squareCropImageToSideLength(let sourceImage: UIImage,
    let sideLength: CGFloat) -> UIImage {
        // input size comes from image
        let inputSize: CGSize = sourceImage.size

        // round up side length to avoid fractional output size
        let sideLength: CGFloat = ceil(sideLength)

        // output size has sideLength for both dimensions
        let outputSize: CGSize = CGSizeMake(sideLength, sideLength)

        // calculate scale so that smaller dimension fits sideLength
        let scale: CGFloat = max(sideLength / inputSize.width,
            sideLength / inputSize.height)

        // scaling the image with this scale results in this output size
        let scaledInputSize: CGSize = CGSizeMake(inputSize.width * scale,
            inputSize.height * scale)

        // determine point in center of "canvas"
        let center: CGPoint = CGPointMake(outputSize.width/2.0,
            outputSize.height/2.0)

        // calculate drawing rect relative to output Size
        let outputRect: CGRect = CGRectMake(center.x - scaledInputSize.width/2.0,
            center.y - scaledInputSize.height/2.0,
            scaledInputSize.width,
            scaledInputSize.height)

        // begin a new bitmap context, scale 0 takes display scale
        UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(outputSize, true, 0)

        // optional: set the interpolation quality.
        // For this you need to grab the underlying CGContext
        let ctx: CGContextRef = UIGraphicsGetCurrentContext()
        CGContextSetInterpolationQuality(ctx, kCGInterpolationHigh)

        // draw the source image into the calculated rect
        sourceImage.drawInRect(outputRect)

        // create new image from bitmap context
        let outImage: UIImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()

        // clean up
        UIGraphicsEndImageContext()

        // pass back new image
        return outImage
}

Instructions used to call this function:

let image: UIImage = UIImage(named: "Image.jpg")!
let squareImage: UIImage = self.squareCropImageToSideLength(image, sideLength: 320)
self.myUIImageView.image = squareImage

Note: the initial source code inspiration written in Objective-C has been found on "Cocoanetics" blog.

Trim spaces from end of a NSString

This will remove only the trailing characters of your choice.

func trimRight(theString: String, charSet: NSCharacterSet) -> String {

    var newString = theString

    while String(newString.characters.last).rangeOfCharacterFromSet(charSet) != nil {
        newString = String(newString.characters.dropLast())
    }

    return newString
}

How to compare a local git branch with its remote branch?

I understand much better the output of:

git diff <remote-tracking branch> <local branch>

that shows me what is going to be dropped and what is going to be added if I push the local branch. Of course it is the same, just the inverse, but for me is more readable and I'm more confortable looking at what is going to happen.

How to use OrderBy with findAll in Spring Data

Yes you can sort using query method in Spring Data.

Ex:ascending order or descending order by using the value of the id field.

Code:

  public interface StudentDAO extends JpaRepository<StudentEntity, Integer> {
    public findAllByOrderByIdAsc();   
}

alternative solution:

    @Repository
public class StudentServiceImpl implements StudentService {
    @Autowired
    private StudentDAO studentDao;

    @Override
    public List<Student> findAll() {
        return studentDao.findAll(orderByIdAsc());
    }
private Sort orderByIdAsc() {
    return new Sort(Sort.Direction.ASC, "id")
                .and(new Sort(Sort.Direction.ASC, "name"));
}
}

Spring Data Sorting: Sorting

How best to include other scripts?

I tend to make my scripts all be relative to one another. That way I can use dirname:

#!/bin/sh

my_dir="$(dirname "$0")"

"$my_dir/other_script.sh"

WPF MVVM: How to close a window

I also had to deal with this problem, so here my solution. It works great for me.

1. Create class DelegateCommand

    public class DelegateCommand<T> : ICommand
{
    private Predicate<T> _canExecuteMethod;
    private readonly Action<T> _executeMethod;
    public event EventHandler CanExecuteChanged;

    public DelegateCommand(Action<T> executeMethod) : this(executeMethod, null)
    {
    }
    public DelegateCommand(Action<T> executeMethod, Predicate<T> canExecuteMethod)
    {
        this._canExecuteMethod = canExecuteMethod;
        this._executeMethod = executeMethod ?? throw new ArgumentNullException(nameof(executeMethod), "Command is not specified."); 
    }


    public void RaiseCanExecuteChanged()
    {
        if (this.CanExecuteChanged != null)
            CanExecuteChanged(this, null);
    }
    public bool CanExecute(object parameter)
    {
        return _canExecuteMethod == null || _canExecuteMethod((T)parameter) == true;
    }

    public void Execute(object parameter)
    {
        _executeMethod((T)parameter);
    }
}

2. Define your command

        public DelegateCommand<Window> CloseWindowCommand { get; private set; }


    public MyViewModel()//ctor of your viewmodel
    {
        //do something

        CloseWindowCommand = new DelegateCommand<Window>(CloseWindow);


    }
        public void CloseWindow(Window win) // this method is also in your viewmodel
    {
        //do something
        win?.Close();
    }

3. Bind your command in the view

public MyView(Window win) //ctor of your view, window as parameter
    {
        InitializeComponent();
        MyButton.CommandParameter = win;
        MyButton.Command = ((MyViewModel)this.DataContext).CloseWindowCommand;
    }

4. And now the window

  Window win = new Window()
        {
            Title = "My Window",
            Height = 800,
            Width = 800,
            WindowStartupLocation = WindowStartupLocation.CenterScreen,

        };
        win.Content = new MyView(win);
        win.ShowDialog();

so thats it, you can also bind the command in the xaml file and find the window with FindAncestor and bind it to the command parameter.

How can I check for "undefined" in JavaScript?

You can use typeof, like this:

if (typeof something != "undefined") {
    // ...
}

C# error: "An object reference is required for the non-static field, method, or property"

It looks like you want:

public static string GetRandomBits()

Without static, you would need an object before you can call the GetRandomBits() method. However, since the implementation of GetRandomBits() does not depend on the state of any Program object, it's best to declare it static.

Remove "whitespace" between div element

You may use line-height on div1 as below:

<div id="div1" style="line-height:0px;">
    <div></div><div></div><div></div><br/><div></div><div></div><div></div>
</div>

See this: http://jsfiddle.net/wCpU8/

Uncaught TypeError: $(...).datepicker is not a function(anonymous function)

What went wrong?

When you include jQuery the first time:

<script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.9.1.js"></script>
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.0/jquery-ui.js"></script>

The second script plugs itself into jQuery, and "adds" $(...).datepicker.

But then you are including jQuery once again:

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.4/jquery.min.js"></script>

It undoes the plugging in and therefore $(...).datepicker becomes undefined.

Although the first $(document).ready block appears before that, the anonymous callback function body is not executed until all scripts are loaded, and by then $(...) (window.$ to be precise) is referring to the most recently loaded jQuery.

You would not run into this if you called $('.dateinput').datepicker immediately rather than in $(document).ready callback, but then you'd need to make sure that the target element (with class dateinput) is already in the document before the script, and it's generally advised to use the ready callback.

Solution

If you want to use datepicker from jquery-ui, it would probably make most sense to include the jquery-ui script after bootstrap. jquery-ui 1.11.4 is compatible with jquery 1.6+ so it will work fine.

Alternatively (in particular if you are not using jquery-ui for anything else), you could try bootstrap-datepicker.

Where does the iPhone Simulator store its data?

Where Xcode stores simulators in 2019+ Catalina, Xcode 11.0

Runtimes

$ open ~/Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Profiles/Runtimes

For example: iOS 13.0, watchOS 6.0 These take the most space, by far. Each one can be up to ~5GB

Devices

$ open ~/Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Devices

For example: iPhone Xr, iPhone 11 Pro Max. These are typically <15 mb each.

Explanation

Simulators are split between runtimes and devices. If you run $ xcrun simctl list you can see an overview, but if you want to find the physical location of these simulators, look in these directories I've shown.

It's totally safe to delete runtimes you don't support. You can reinstall these later if you want.

403 Access Denied on Tomcat 8 Manager App without prompting for user/password

I had to add both manager-gui and manager-script roles for it to work, in version 9.

After getting the access to MangerApp, while trying to upload .war file, I got the exception

org.apache.tomcat.util.http.fileupload.FileUploadBase$IOFileUploadException

which I was able to solve using the answer of this post

To get access for Host Manager, check this post

MySQL: ignore errors when importing?

Use the --force (-f) flag on your mysql import. Rather than stopping on the offending statement, MySQL will continue and just log the errors to the console.

For example:

mysql -u userName -p -f -D dbName < script.sql

C# - Winforms - Global Variables

The consensus here is to put the global variables in a static class as static members. When you create a new Windows Forms application, it usually comes with a Program class (Program.cs), which is a static class and serves as the main entry point of the application. It lives for the the whole lifetime of the app, so I think it is best to put the global variables there instead of creating a new one.

static class Program
{
    public static string globalString = "This is a global string.";

    /// <summary>
    /// The main entry point for the application.
    /// </summary>
    [STAThread]
    static void Main()
    {
        Application.EnableVisualStyles();
        Application.SetCompatibleTextRenderingDefault(false);
        Application.Run(new Form1());
    }
}

And use it as such:

public partial class Form1 : Form
{
    public Form1()
    {
        Program.globalString = "Accessible in Form1.";

        InitializeComponent();
    }
}

#define in Java

Most readable solution is using Static Import. Then you will not need to use AnotherClass.constant.

Write a class with the constant as public static field.

package ConstantPackage;

public class Constant {
    public static int PROTEINS = 1;
}

Then just use Static Import where you need the constant.

import static ConstantPackage.Constant.PROTEINS;

public class StaticImportDemo {

    public static void main(String[]args) {

        int[] myArray = new int[5];
        myArray[PROTEINS] = 0;

    }
}

To know more about Static Import please see this stack overflow question.

ESLint - "window" is not defined. How to allow global variables in package.json

Add .eslintrc in the project root.

{
  "globals": {
    "document": true,
    "foo": true,
    "window": true
  }
}

How should you diagnose the error SEHException - External component has thrown an exception

Just another information... Had that problem today on a Windows 2012 R2 x64 TS system where the application was started from a unc/network path. The issue occured for one application for all terminal server users. Executing the application locally worked without problems. After a reboot it started working again - the SEHException's thrown had been Constructor init and TargetInvocationException

How to make fixed header table inside scrollable div?

I needed the same and this solution worked the most simple and straightforward way:

http://www.farinspace.com/jquery-scrollable-table-plugin/

I just give an id to the table I want to scroll and put one line in Javascript. That's it!

By the way, first I also thought I want to use a scrollable div, but it is not necessary at all. You can use a div and put it into it, but this solution does just what we need: scrolls the table.

SQL update statement in C#

command.Text = "UPDATE Student 
  SET Address = @add, City = @cit
  Where FirstName = @fn and LastName = @add";

 

How to list files using dos commands?

Try dir /b, for bare format.

dir /? will show you documentation of what you can do with the dir command. Here is the output from my Windows 7 machine:

C:\>dir /?
Displays a list of files and subdirectories in a directory.

DIR [drive:][path][filename] [/A[[:]attributes]] [/B] [/C] [/D] [/L] [/N]
  [/O[[:]sortorder]] [/P] [/Q] [/R] [/S] [/T[[:]timefield]] [/W] [/X] [/4]

  [drive:][path][filename]
              Specifies drive, directory, and/or files to list.

  /A          Displays files with specified attributes.
  attributes   D  Directories                R  Read-only files
               H  Hidden files               A  Files ready for archiving
               S  System files               I  Not content indexed files
               L  Reparse Points             -  Prefix meaning not
  /B          Uses bare format (no heading information or summary).
  /C          Display the thousand separator in file sizes.  This is the
              default.  Use /-C to disable display of separator.
  /D          Same as wide but files are list sorted by column.
  /L          Uses lowercase.
  /N          New long list format where filenames are on the far right.
  /O          List by files in sorted order.
  sortorder    N  By name (alphabetic)       S  By size (smallest first)
               E  By extension (alphabetic)  D  By date/time (oldest first)
               G  Group directories first    -  Prefix to reverse order
  /P          Pauses after each screenful of information.
  /Q          Display the owner of the file.
  /R          Display alternate data streams of the file.
  /S          Displays files in specified directory and all subdirectories.
  /T          Controls which time field displayed or used for sorting
  timefield   C  Creation
              A  Last Access
              W  Last Written
  /W          Uses wide list format.
  /X          This displays the short names generated for non-8dot3 file
              names.  The format is that of /N with the short name inserted
              before the long name. If no short name is present, blanks are
              displayed in its place.
  /4          Displays four-digit years

Switches may be preset in the DIRCMD environment variable.  Override
preset switches by prefixing any switch with - (hyphen)--for example, /-W.

How do I get started with Node.js

Use the source, Luke.

No, but seriously I found that building Node.js from source, running the tests, and looking at the benchmarks did get me on the right track. From there, the .js files in the lib directory are a good place to look, especially the file http.js.

Update: I wrote this answer over a year ago, and since that time there has an explosion in the number of great resources available for people learning Node.js. Though I still believe diving into the source is worthwhile, I think that there are now better ways to get started. I would suggest some of the books on Node.js that are starting to come out.

Bootstrap combining rows (rowspan)

Paul's answer seems to defeat the purpose of bootstrap; that of being responsive to the viewport / screen size.

By nesting rows and columns you can achieve the same result, while retaining responsiveness.

Here is an up-to-date response to this problem;

_x000D_
_x000D_
<div class="container-fluid">_x000D_
  <h1>  Responsive Nested Bootstrap </h1> _x000D_
  <div class="row">_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-5" style="background-color:red;">Span 5</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-3" style="background-color:blue;">Span 3</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-2">_x000D_
      <div class="row">_x000D_
        <div class="container" style="background-color:green;">Span 2</div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
      <div class="row">_x000D_
        <div class="container" style="background-color:purple;">Span 2</div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-2" style="background-color:yellow;">Span 2</div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  _x000D_
  <div class="row">_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-6">_x000D_
      <div class="row">_x000D_
        <div class="container" style="background-color:yellow;">Span 6</div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
      <div class="row">_x000D_
        <div class="container" style="background-color:green;">Span 6</div>_x000D_
      </div>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-6" style="background-color:red;">Span 6</div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
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You can view the codepen here.

Excel VBA: function to turn activecell to bold

I use

            chartRange = xlWorkSheet.Rows[1];
            chartRange.Font.Bold = true;

to turn the first-row-cells-font into bold. And it works, and I am using also Excel 2007.

You can call in VBA directly

            ActiveCell.Font.Bold = True

With this code I create a timestamp in the active cell, with bold font and yellow background

           Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)
               ActiveCell.Value = Now()
               ActiveCell.Font.Bold = True
               ActiveCell.Interior.ColorIndex = 6
           End Sub

Excel VBA select range at last row and column

The simplest modification (to the code in your question) is this:

    Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Select
    Selection.EntireRow.Delete

Which can be simplified to:

    Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).EntireRow.Delete

How to change the datetime format in pandas

You can use dt.strftime if you need to convert datetime to other formats (but note that then dtype of column will be object (string)):

import pandas as pd

df = pd.DataFrame({'DOB': {0: '26/1/2016', 1: '26/1/2016'}})
print (df)
         DOB
0  26/1/2016 
1  26/1/2016

df['DOB'] = pd.to_datetime(df.DOB)
print (df)
         DOB
0 2016-01-26
1 2016-01-26

df['DOB1'] = df['DOB'].dt.strftime('%m/%d/%Y')
print (df)
         DOB        DOB1
0 2016-01-26  01/26/2016
1 2016-01-26  01/26/2016

Converting a String to DateTime

string input;
DateTime db;
Console.WriteLine("Enter Date in this Format(YYYY-MM-DD): ");
input = Console.ReadLine();
db = Convert.ToDateTime(input);

//////// this methods convert string value to datetime
///////// in order to print date

Console.WriteLine("{0}-{1}-{2}",db.Year,db.Month,db.Day);

Configure cron job to run every 15 minutes on Jenkins

It should be,

*/15 * * * *  your_command_or_whatever

Less than or equal to

There is no => for if.
Use if %energy% GEQ %m2enc%

See if /? for some other details.

Nuget connection attempt failed "Unable to load the service index for source"

I was getting this same error while running RUN dotnet restore in my Dockerfile using docker-compose up command in Windows 10.

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I have tried all the possible solution provided on the internet and was also keep an eye on this open issue. Finally, after spending more than 8 hours, by following the preceding steps, I was able to fix my issue.

  1. Uninstall Docker from your system
  2. Restart your system
  3. Install Docker from this link. Below is the version of my Docker

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  4. Restart your system

  5. Start Docker for Windows, search Docker in the search bar in Windows. Make sure it is running.

  6. You should also go to Services.msc and make sure the services Docker Engine and Docker for Windows Service are running.

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  7. At last, you must check your Nuget.config file from C:\Users\{Username}\AppData\Roaming\NuGet. For me, the content of that file was as below.

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <configuration> <packageSources> <add key="nuget.org" value="https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json" /> </packageSources> <packageRestore> <add key="enabled" value="True" /> <add key="automatic" value="True" /> </packageRestore> <bindingRedirects> <add key="skip" value="False" /> </bindingRedirects> <packageManagement> <add key="format" value="0" /> <add key="disabled" value="False" /> </packageManagement> </configuration>

    Hope this helps.

jQuery UI Dialog with ASP.NET button postback

Use this line to make this work while using the modal:true option.

open: function (type, data) { 
    $('.ui-widget-overlay').appendTo("form"); $(this).parent().appendTo("form"); 
  },

Switch on Enum in Java

You actually can switch on enums, but you can't switch on Strings until Java 7. You might consider using polymorphic method dispatch with Java enums rather than an explicit switch. Note that enums are objects in Java, not just symbols for ints like they are in C/C++. You can have a method on an enum type, then instead of writing a switch, just call the method - one line of code: done!

enum MyEnum {
    SOME_ENUM_CONSTANT {
        @Override
        public void method() {
            System.out.println("first enum constant behavior!");
        }
    },
    ANOTHER_ENUM_CONSTANT {
        @Override
        public void method() {
            System.out.println("second enum constant behavior!");
        }
    }; // note the semi-colon after the final constant, not just a comma!
    public abstract void method(); // could also be in an interface that MyEnum implements
}

void aMethodSomewhere(final MyEnum e) {
    doSomeStuff();
    e.method(); // here is where the switch would be, now it's one line of code!
    doSomeOtherStuff();
}

How to install MySQLdb package? (ImportError: No module named setuptools)

When you need to install modules in Linux/Unix and you lack sudo / admin rights, one simple way around it is to use the user scheme installation, basically run

"python setup.py install --user" from the command line in the folder of the module / library to be installed

(see http://docs.python.org/install/index.html for further details)

Selenium wait until document is ready

The wait for the document.ready event is not the entire fix to this problem, because this code is still in a race condition: Sometimes this code is fired before the click event is processed so this directly returns, since the browser hasn't started loading the new page yet.

After some searching I found a post on Obay the testing goat, which has a solution for this problem. The c# code for that solution is something like this:

 IWebElement page = null;
 ...
 public void WaitForPageLoad()
 {
    if (page != null)
    {
       var waitForCurrentPageToStale = new WebDriverWait(driver, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(10));
       waitForCurrentPageToStale.Until(ExpectedConditions.StalenessOf(page));
    }

    var waitForDocumentReady = new WebDriverWait(driver, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(10));
    waitForDocumentReady.Until((wdriver) => (driver as IJavaScriptExecutor).ExecuteScript("return document.readyState").Equals("complete"));

    page = driver.FindElement(By.TagName("html"));

}

` I fire this method directly after the driver.navigate.gotourl, so that it gets a reference of the page as soon as possible. Have fun with it!

Vertically align text within input field of fixed-height without display: table or padding?

After much searching and frustration a combo of setting height, line height and no padding worked for me when using a fixed height (24px) background image for a text input field.

.form-text {
    color: white;
    outline: none;
    background-image: url(input_text.png);
    border-width: 0px;
    padding: 0px 10px 0px 10px;
    margin: 0px;
    width: 274px;
    height: 24px;
    line-height: 24px;
    vertical-align: middle;
}

Show hide div using codebehind

<div id="OK1"  runat="server" style ="display:none" >
    <asp:DropDownList ID="DropDownList2" runat="server"></asp:DropDownList>
</div>

vb.net code

  Protected Sub DropDownList1_SelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles DropDownList1.SelectedIndexChanged
    If DropDownList1.SelectedIndex = 0 Then
        OK1.Style.Add("display", "none")
    Else
        OK1.Style.Add("display", "block")
    End If
End Sub

How can I rebuild indexes and update stats in MySQL innoDB?

You can also use the provided CLI tool mysqlcheck to run the optimizations. It's got a ton of switches but at its most basic you just pass in the database, username, and password.

Adding this to cron or the Windows Scheduler can make this an automated process. (MariaDB but basically the same thing.)

Java image resize, maintain aspect ratio

try this

float rateX =  (float)jpDisplayImagen.getWidth()/(float)img.getWidth();
float rateY = (float)jpDisplayImagen.getHeight()/(float)img.getHeight();
if (rateX>rateY){
    int W=(int)(img.getWidth()*rateY);
    int H=(int)(img.getHeight()*rateY);
    jpDisplayImagen.getGraphics().drawImage(img, 0, 0,W,H, null);
}
else{
    int W=(int)(img.getWidth()*rateX);
    int H=(int)(img.getHeight()*rateX);
    jpDisplayImagen.getGraphics().drawImage(img, 0, 0,W,H, null);
}

Pandas "Can only compare identically-labeled DataFrame objects" error

When you compare two DataFrames, you must ensure that the number of records in the first DataFrame matches with the number of records in the second DataFrame. In our example, each of the two DataFrames had 4 records, with 4 products and 4 prices.

If, for example, one of the DataFrames had 5 products, while the other DataFrame had 4 products, and you tried to run the comparison, you would get the following error:

ValueError: Can only compare identically-labeled Series objects

this should work

import pandas as pd
import numpy as np

firstProductSet = {'Product1': ['Computer','Phone','Printer','Desk'],
                   'Price1': [1200,800,200,350]
                   }
df1 = pd.DataFrame(firstProductSet,columns= ['Product1', 'Price1'])


secondProductSet = {'Product2': ['Computer','Phone','Printer','Desk'],
                    'Price2': [900,800,300,350]
                    }
df2 = pd.DataFrame(secondProductSet,columns= ['Product2', 'Price2'])


df1['Price2'] = df2['Price2'] #add the Price2 column from df2 to df1

df1['pricesMatch?'] = np.where(df1['Price1'] == df2['Price2'], 'True', 'False')  #create new column in df1 to check if prices match
df1['priceDiff?'] = np.where(df1['Price1'] == df2['Price2'], 0, df1['Price1'] - df2['Price2']) #create new column in df1 for price diff 
print (df1)

example from https://datatofish.com/compare-values-dataframes/

How do I find a stored procedure containing <text>?

Grab yourself a copy of the free Red-Gate SQL Search tool and start enjoying searching in SQL Server! :-)

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It's a great and very useful tool, and YES! it's totally, absolutely FREE for any kind of use.

Converting Python dict to kwargs?

Here is a complete example showing how to use the ** operator to pass values from a dictionary as keyword arguments.

>>> def f(x=2):
...     print(x)
... 
>>> new_x = {'x': 4}
>>> f()        #    default value x=2
2
>>> f(x=3)     #   explicit value x=3
3
>>> f(**new_x) # dictionary value x=4 
4

yum error "Cannot retrieve metalink for repository: epel. Please verify its path and try again" updating ContextBroker

You just needed to update ca-certificates package. Before that just disable all repos with https that are failing. That's why solution with commenting mirrorlist or using http instead https would work also.

For example if you need to disable only epel repo:

yum --disablerepo=epel -y update  ca-certificates

This will also help wget, curl, and anything else that uses SSL certificates.

How do I display a wordpress page content?

You can achieve this by adding this simple php code block

<?php if ( have_posts() ) : while ( have_posts() ) : the_post();
      the_content();
      endwhile; else: ?>
      <p>!Sorry no posts here</p>
<?php endif; ?>

twig: IF with multiple conditions

If I recall correctly Twig doesn't support || and && operators, but requires or and and to be used respectively. I'd also use parentheses to denote the two statements more clearly although this isn't technically a requirement.

{%if ( fields | length > 0 ) or ( trans_fields | length > 0 ) %}

Expressions

Expressions can be used in {% blocks %} and ${ expressions }.

Operator    Description
==          Does the left expression equal the right expression?
+           Convert both arguments into a number and add them.
-           Convert both arguments into a number and substract them.
*           Convert both arguments into a number and multiply them.
/           Convert both arguments into a number and divide them.
%           Convert both arguments into a number and calculate the rest of the integer division.
~           Convert both arguments into a string and concatenate them.
or          True if the left or the right expression is true.
and         True if the left and the right expression is true.
not         Negate the expression.

For more complex operations, it may be best to wrap individual expressions in parentheses to avoid confusion:

{% if (foo and bar) or (fizz and (foo + bar == 3)) %}

Get all variables sent with POST?

Using this u can get all post variable

print_r($_POST)

Getting the error "Missing $ inserted" in LaTeX

The "Missing $ inserted" is probably caused by the underscores and bars. These characters in LaTeX have special meaning in math mode (which is delimited by $ characters). Try escaping them; e.g. update\_element instead of update_element.

However, if you're trying to display code, a better solution would be to use the \verb command, which will typeset the text in a monospaced font and will automatically handle underscores and bars correctly (no need to escape them with \).

node.js + mysql connection pooling

I am using this base class connection with mysql:

"base.js"

var mysql   = require("mysql");

var pool = mysql.createPool({
    connectionLimit : 10,
    host: Config.appSettings().database.host,
    user: Config.appSettings().database.username,
    password: Config.appSettings().database.password,
    database: Config.appSettings().database.database
});


var DB = (function () {

    function _query(query, params, callback) {
        pool.getConnection(function (err, connection) {
            if (err) {
                connection.release();
                callback(null, err);
                throw err;
            }

            connection.query(query, params, function (err, rows) {
                connection.release();
                if (!err) {
                    callback(rows);
                }
                else {
                    callback(null, err);
                }

            });

            connection.on('error', function (err) {
                connection.release();
                callback(null, err);
                throw err;
            });
        });
    };

    return {
        query: _query
    };
})();

module.exports = DB;

Just use it like that:

var DB = require('../dal/base.js');

DB.query("select * from tasks", null, function (data, error) {
   callback(data, error);
});

rename the columns name after cbind the data

If you offer cbind a set of arguments all of whom are vectors, you will get not a dataframe, but rather a matrix, in this case an all character matrix. They have different features. You can get a dataframe if some of your arguments remain dataframes, Try:

merger <- cbind(Date =as.character(Date),
             weather1[ , c("High", "Low", "Avg..High", "Avg.Low")] , 
             ScnMov =sale$Scanned.Movement[a] )

Available text color classes in Bootstrap

You can use text classes:

.text-primary
.text-secondary
.text-success
.text-danger
.text-warning
.text-info
.text-light
.text-dark
.text-muted
.text-white

use text classes in any tag where needed.

<p class="text-primary">.text-primary</p>
<p class="text-secondary">.text-secondary</p>
<p class="text-success">.text-success</p>
<p class="text-danger">.text-danger</p>
<p class="text-warning">.text-warning</p>
<p class="text-info">.text-info</p>
<p class="text-light bg-dark">.text-light</p>
<p class="text-dark">.text-dark</p>
<p class="text-muted">.text-muted</p>
<p class="text-white bg-dark">.text-white</p>

You can add your own classes or modify above classes as your requirement.

Check if an array contains any element of another array in JavaScript

const areCommonElements = (arr1, arr2) => {
    const arr2Set = new Set(arr2);
    return arr1.some(el => arr2Set.has(el));
};

Or you can even have a better performance if you first find out which of these two arrays is longer and making Set out for the longest array, while applying some method on the shortest one:

const areCommonElements = (arr1, arr2) => {
    const [shortArr, longArr] = (arr1.length < arr2.length) ? [arr1, arr2] : [arr2, arr1];
    const longArrSet = new Set(longArr);
    return shortArr.some(el => longArrSet.has(el));
};

How to make the main content div fill height of screen with css

Not sure exactly what your after, but I think I get it.

A header - stays at the top of the screen? A footer - stays at the bottom of the screen? Content area -> fits the space between the footer and the header?

You can do this by absolute positioning or with fixed positioning.

Here is an example with absolute positioning: http://jsfiddle.net/FMYXY/1/

Markup:

<div class="header">Header</div>
<div class="mainbody">Main Body</div>
<div class="footer">Footer</div>

CSS:

.header {outline:1px solid red; height: 40px; position:absolute; top:0px; width:100%;}
.mainbody {outline:1px solid green; min-height:200px; position:absolute; top:40px; width:100%; height:90%;}
.footer {outline:1px solid blue; height:20px; position:absolute; height:25px;bottom:0; width:100%; } 

To make it work best, I'd suggest using % instead of pixels, as you will run into problems with different screen/device sizes.

Angular2 Error: There is no directive with "exportAs" set to "ngForm"

If you are getting this instead:

Error: Template parse errors:

There is no directive with "exportAs" set to "ngModel"

Which was reported as a bug in github, then likely it is not a bug since you might:

  1. have a syntax error (e.g. an extra bracket: [(ngModel)]]=), OR
  2. be mixing Reactive forms directives, such as formControlName, with the ngModel directive. This "has been deprecated in Angular v6 and will be removed in Angular v7", since this mixes both form strategies, making it:
  • seem like the actual ngModel directive is being used, but in fact it's an input/output property named ngModel on the reactive form directive that simply approximates (some of) its behavior. Specifically, it allows getting/setting the value and intercepting value events. However, some of ngModel's other features - like delaying updates withngModelOptions or exporting the directive - simply don't work (...)

  • this pattern mixes template-driven and reactive forms strategies, which we generally don't recommend because it doesn't take advantage of the full benefits of either strategy. (...)

  • To update your code before v7, you'll want to decide whether to stick with reactive form directives (and get/set values using reactive forms patterns) or switch over to template-driven directives.

When you have an input like this:

<input formControlName="first" [(ngModel)]="value">

It will show a warning about mixed form strategies in the browser's console:

It looks like you're using ngModel on the same form field as formControlName.

However, if you add the ngModel as a value in a reference variable, example:

<input formControlName="first" #firstIn="ngModel" [(ngModel)]="value">

The error above is then triggered and no warning about strategy mixing is shown.

Joining two lists together

As long as they are of the same type, it's very simple with AddRange:

list2.AddRange(list1);

How to style readonly attribute with CSS?

capitalize the first letter of Only

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_x000D_
input[readOnly] {_x000D_
      background: red !important;_x000D_
    }
_x000D_
<input type="text" name="country" value="China" readonly="readonly" />
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Java, How to implement a Shift Cipher (Caesar Cipher)

Java Shift Caesar Cipher by shift spaces.

Restrictions:

  1. Only works with a positive number in the shift parameter.
  2. Only works with shift less than 26.
  3. Does a += which will bog the computer down for bodies of text longer than a few thousand characters.
  4. Does a cast number to character, so it will fail with anything but ascii letters.
  5. Only tolerates letters a through z. Cannot handle spaces, numbers, symbols or unicode.
  6. Code violates the DRY (don't repeat yourself) principle by repeating the calculation more than it has to.

Pseudocode:

  1. Loop through each character in the string.
  2. Add shift to the character and if it falls off the end of the alphabet then subtract shift from the number of letters in the alphabet (26)
  3. If the shift does not make the character fall off the end of the alphabet, then add the shift to the character.
  4. Append the character onto a new string. Return the string.

Function:

String cipher(String msg, int shift){
    String s = "";
    int len = msg.length();
    for(int x = 0; x < len; x++){
        char c = (char)(msg.charAt(x) + shift);
        if (c > 'z')
            s += (char)(msg.charAt(x) - (26-shift));
        else
            s += (char)(msg.charAt(x) + shift);
    }
    return s;
}

How to invoke it:

System.out.println(cipher("abc", 3));  //prints def
System.out.println(cipher("xyz", 3));  //prints abc

Google Maps API: open url by clicking on marker

    function loadMarkers(){
          {% for location in object_list %}
              var point = new google.maps.LatLng({{location.latitude}},{{location.longitude}});
              var marker = new google.maps.Marker({
              position: point,
              map: map,
              url: {{location.id}},
          });

          google.maps.event.addDomListener(marker, 'click', function() {
              window.location.href = this.url; });

          {% endfor %}

C++ sorting and keeping track of indexes

Using C++ 11 lambdas:

#include <iostream>
#include <vector>
#include <numeric>      // std::iota
#include <algorithm>    // std::sort, std::stable_sort

using namespace std;

template <typename T>
vector<size_t> sort_indexes(const vector<T> &v) {

  // initialize original index locations
  vector<size_t> idx(v.size());
  iota(idx.begin(), idx.end(), 0);

  // sort indexes based on comparing values in v
  // using std::stable_sort instead of std::sort
  // to avoid unnecessary index re-orderings
  // when v contains elements of equal values 
  stable_sort(idx.begin(), idx.end(),
       [&v](size_t i1, size_t i2) {return v[i1] < v[i2];});

  return idx;
}

Now you can use the returned index vector in iterations such as

for (auto i: sort_indexes(v)) {
  cout << v[i] << endl;
}

You can also choose to supply your original index vector, sort function, comparator, or automatically reorder v in the sort_indexes function using an extra vector.

How to get a jqGrid selected row cells value

yo have to declarate de vars...

var selectedRowId = $('#list').jqGrid ('getGridParam', 'selrow');
var columnName = $('#list').jqGrid('getCell', selectedRowId, 'columnName');

var nombre_img_articulo = $('#list').jqGrid('getCell', selectedRowId, 'img_articulo');

Numpy ValueError: setting an array element with a sequence. This message may appear without the existing of a sequence?

KOUT[i] is a single element of a list. But you are assigning a list to this element. your func is generating a list.

Terminal Multiplexer for Microsoft Windows - Installers for GNU Screen or tmux

One of alternatives is MSYS2 , in another words "MinGW-w64"/Git Bash. You can simply ssh to Unix machines and run most of linux commands from it. Also install tmux!

To install tmux in MSYS2:

run command pacman -S tmux

To run tmux on Git Bash:

install MSYS2 and copy tmux.exe and msys-event-2-1-6.dll from MSYS2 folder C:\msys64\usr\bin to your Git Bash directory C:\Program Files\Git\usr\bin.

Cannot simply use PostgreSQL table name ("relation does not exist")

Easiest workaround is Just change the table name and all column names to lowercase and your issue will be resolved.

For example:

  • Change Table_Name to table_name and
  • Change ColumnName to columnname

What does the 'b' character do in front of a string literal?

The b denotes a byte string.

Bytes are the actual data. Strings are an abstraction.

If you had multi-character string object and you took a single character, it would be a string, and it might be more than 1 byte in size depending on encoding.

If took 1 byte with a byte string, you'd get a single 8-bit value from 0-255 and it might not represent a complete character if those characters due to encoding were > 1 byte.

TBH I'd use strings unless I had some specific low level reason to use bytes.

How to remove anaconda from windows completely?

Method1: To uninstall Anaconda3 go to the Anaconda3 folder, there u will be able to find an executable called Uninstall-Anaconda3.exe, double click on it. This should uninstall ur application. There are times when the shortcut of anaconda command prompt,jupyter notebook, spyder, etc exists, so delete those files too.

Method2 (Windows8): Go to control panel->Programs->Uninstall a Program and then select Anaconda3(Python3.1. 64-bit)in the menu.

How can I switch word wrap on and off in Visual Studio Code?

This is from the VS Code docs as of May 2020:

Here are the new word wrap options:

editor.wordWrap: "off" - Lines will never wrap.
editor.wordWrap: "on" - Lines will wrap at viewport width.
editor.wordWrap: "wordWrapColumn" - Lines will wrap at the value of editor.wordWrapColumn.
editor.wordWrap: "bounded" - Lines will wrap at the minimum of viewport width and the value of editor.wordWrapColumn.

So for example, if you want to have the lines wrapped at the boundary of the window, you should:

  1. Open settings.json (Hit CTRL+SHIFT+P and type "settings.json")

  2. Put "editor.wordWrap": "bounded" in the json file, like this:

    {

    ... ,

    "editor.wordWrap": "bounded",

    ... ,

    }

and then it should work.

LINQ syntax where string value is not null or empty

http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=367077

Problem Statement
It's possible to write LINQ to SQL that gets all rows that have either null or an empty string in a given field, but it's not possible to use string.IsNullOrEmpty to do it, even though many other string methods map to LINQ to SQL. Proposed Solution Allow string.IsNullOrEmpty in a LINQ to SQL where clause so that these two queries have the same result:

var fieldNullOrEmpty =
from item in db.SomeTable
where item.SomeField == null || item.SomeField.Equals(string.Empty)
select item;

var fieldNullOrEmpty2 =
from item in db.SomeTable
where string.IsNullOrEmpty(item.SomeField)
select item;

Other Reading:
1. DevArt
2. Dervalp.com
3. StackOverflow Post

AngularJs ReferenceError: $http is not defined

Just to complete Amit Garg answer, there are several ways to inject dependencies in AngularJS.


You can also use $inject to add a dependency:

var MyController = function($scope, $http) {
  // ...
}
MyController.$inject = ['$scope', '$http'];

HTML5 form validation pattern alphanumeric with spaces?

It's quite an old question, but in case it could be useful for anyone, starting from a combination of good responses found here, I've ended using this pattern:

pattern="([^\s][A-z0-9À-ž\s]+)"

It will require at least two characters, making sure it does not start with an empty space but allowing spaces between words, and also allowing special characters such as a, ó, ä, ö.

How to un-commit last un-pushed git commit without losing the changes

For the case: "This has not been pushed, only committed." - if you use IntelliJ (or another JetBrains IDE) and you haven't pushed changes yet you can do next.

  1. Go to Version control window (Alt + 9/Command + 9) - "Log" tab.
  2. Right-click on a commit before your last one.
  3. Reset current branch to here
  4. pick Soft (!!!)
  5. push the Reset button in the bottom of the dialog window.

Done.

This will "uncommit" your changes and return your git status to the point before your last local commit. You will not lose any changes you made.

How do I validate a date in this format (yyyy-mm-dd) using jquery?

try this Here is working Demo:

$(function() {
    $('#btnSubmit').bind('click', function(){
        var txtVal =  $('#txtDate').val();
        if(isDate(txtVal))
            alert('Valid Date');
        else
            alert('Invalid Date');
    });

function isDate(txtDate)
{
    var currVal = txtDate;
    if(currVal == '')
        return false;

    var rxDatePattern = /^(\d{4})(\/|-)(\d{1,2})(\/|-)(\d{1,2})$/; //Declare Regex
    var dtArray = currVal.match(rxDatePattern); // is format OK?

    if (dtArray == null) 
        return false;

    //Checks for mm/dd/yyyy format.
    dtMonth = dtArray[3];
    dtDay= dtArray[5];
    dtYear = dtArray[1];        

    if (dtMonth < 1 || dtMonth > 12) 
        return false;
    else if (dtDay < 1 || dtDay> 31) 
        return false;
    else if ((dtMonth==4 || dtMonth==6 || dtMonth==9 || dtMonth==11) && dtDay ==31) 
        return false;
    else if (dtMonth == 2) 
    {
        var isleap = (dtYear % 4 == 0 && (dtYear % 100 != 0 || dtYear % 400 == 0));
        if (dtDay> 29 || (dtDay ==29 && !isleap)) 
                return false;
    }
    return true;
}

});

changed regex is:

var rxDatePattern = /^(\d{4})(\/|-)(\d{1,2})(\/|-)(\d{1,2})$/; //Declare Regex

How to pretty-print a numpy.array without scientific notation and with given precision?

Years later, another one is below. But for everyday use I just

np.set_printoptions( threshold=20, edgeitems=10, linewidth=140,
    formatter = dict( float = lambda x: "%.3g" % x ))  # float arrays %.3g

''' printf( "... %.3g ... %.1f  ...", arg, arg ... ) for numpy arrays too

Example:
    printf( """ x: %.3g   A: %.1f   s: %s   B: %s """,
                   x,        A,        "str",  B )

If `x` and `A` are numbers, this is like `"format" % (x, A, "str", B)` in python.
If they're numpy arrays, each element is printed in its own format:
    `x`: e.g. [ 1.23 1.23e-6 ... ]  3 digits
    `A`: [ [ 1 digit after the decimal point ... ] ... ]
with the current `np.set_printoptions()`. For example, with
    np.set_printoptions( threshold=100, edgeitems=3, suppress=True )
only the edges of big `x` and `A` are printed.
`B` is printed as `str(B)`, for any `B` -- a number, a list, a numpy object ...

`printf()` tries to handle too few or too many arguments sensibly,
but this is iffy and subject to change.

How it works:
numpy has a function `np.array2string( A, "%.3g" )` (simplifying a bit).
`printf()` splits the format string, and for format / arg pairs
    format: % d e f g
    arg: try `np.asanyarray()`
-->  %s  np.array2string( arg, format )
Other formats and non-ndarray args are left alone, formatted as usual.

Notes:

`printf( ... end= file= )` are passed on to the python `print()` function.

Only formats `% [optional width . precision] d e f g` are implemented,
not `%(varname)format` .

%d truncates floats, e.g. 0.9 and -0.9 to 0; %.0f rounds, 0.9 to 1 .
%g is the same as %.6g, 6 digits.
%% is a single "%" character.

The function `sprintf()` returns a long string. For example,
    title = sprintf( "%s  m %g  n %g  X %.3g",
                    __file__, m, n, X )
    print( title )
    ...
    pl.title( title )

Module globals:
_fmt = "%.3g"  # default for extra args
_squeeze = np.squeeze  # (n,1) (1,n) -> (n,) print in 1 line not n

See also:
http://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/reference/generated/numpy.set_printoptions.html
http://docs.python.org/2.7/library/stdtypes.html#string-formatting

'''
# http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2891790/pretty-printing-of-numpy-array


#...............................................................................
from __future__ import division, print_function
import re
import numpy as np

__version__ = "2014-02-03 feb denis"

_splitformat = re.compile( r'''(
    %
    (?<! %% )  # not %%
    -? [ \d . ]*  # optional width.precision
    \w
    )''', re.X )
    # ... %3.0f  ... %g  ... %-10s ...
    # -> ['...' '%3.0f' '...' '%g' '...' '%-10s' '...']
    # odd len, first or last may be ""

_fmt = "%.3g"  # default for extra args
_squeeze = np.squeeze  # (n,1) (1,n) -> (n,) print in 1 line not n

#...............................................................................
def printf( format, *args, **kwargs ):
    print( sprintf( format, *args ), **kwargs )  # end= file=

printf.__doc__ = __doc__


def sprintf( format, *args ):
    """ sprintf( "text %.3g text %4.1f ... %s ... ", numpy arrays or ... )
        %[defg] array -> np.array2string( formatter= )
    """
    args = list(args)
    if not isinstance( format, basestring ):
        args = [format] + args
        format = ""

    tf = _splitformat.split( format )  # [ text %e text %f ... ]
    nfmt = len(tf) // 2
    nargs = len(args)
    if nargs < nfmt:
        args += (nfmt - nargs) * ["?arg?"]
    elif nargs > nfmt:
        tf += (nargs - nfmt) * [_fmt, " "]  # default _fmt

    for j, arg in enumerate( args ):
        fmt = tf[ 2*j + 1 ]
        if arg is None \
        or isinstance( arg, basestring ) \
        or (hasattr( arg, "__iter__" ) and len(arg) == 0):
            tf[ 2*j + 1 ] = "%s"  # %f -> %s, not error
            continue
        args[j], isarray = _tonumpyarray(arg)
        if isarray  and fmt[-1] in "defgEFG":
            tf[ 2*j + 1 ] = "%s"
            fmtfunc = (lambda x: fmt % x)
            formatter = dict( float_kind=fmtfunc, int=fmtfunc )
            args[j] = np.array2string( args[j], formatter=formatter )
    try:
        return "".join(tf) % tuple(args)
    except TypeError:  # shouldn't happen
        print( "error: tf %s  types %s" % (tf, map( type, args )))
        raise


def _tonumpyarray( a ):
    """ a, isarray = _tonumpyarray( a )
        ->  scalar, False
            np.asanyarray(a), float or int
            a, False
    """
    a = getattr( a, "value", a )  # cvxpy
    if np.isscalar(a):
        return a, False
    if hasattr( a, "__iter__" )  and len(a) == 0:
        return a, False
    try:
        # map .value ?
        a = np.asanyarray( a )
    except ValueError:
        return a, False
    if hasattr( a, "dtype" )  and a.dtype.kind in "fi":  # complex ?
        if callable( _squeeze ):
            a = _squeeze( a )  # np.squeeze
        return a, True
    else:
        return a, False


#...............................................................................
if __name__ == "__main__":
    import sys

    n = 5
    seed = 0
        # run this.py n= ...  in sh or ipython
    for arg in sys.argv[1:]:
        exec( arg )
    np.set_printoptions( 1, threshold=4, edgeitems=2, linewidth=80, suppress=True )
    np.random.seed(seed)

    A = np.random.exponential( size=(n,n) ) ** 10
    x = A[0]

    printf( "x: %.3g  \nA: %.1f  \ns: %s  \nB: %s ",
                x,         A,         "str",   A )
    printf( "x %%d: %d", x )
    printf( "x %%.0f: %.0f", x )
    printf( "x %%.1e: %.1e", x )
    printf( "x %%g: %g", x )
    printf( "x %%s uses np printoptions: %s", x )

    printf( "x with default _fmt: ", x )
    printf( "no args" )
    printf( "too few args: %g %g", x )
    printf( x )
    printf( x, x )
    printf( None )
    printf( "[]:", [] )
    printf( "[3]:", [3] )
    printf( np.array( [] ))
    printf( [[]] )  # squeeze

Number of times a particular character appears in a string

Use this code, it is working perfectly. I have create a sql function that accept two parameters, the first param is the long string that we want to search into it,and it can accept string length up to 1500 character(of course you can extend it or even change it to text datatype). And the second parameter is the substring that we want to calculate the number of its occurance(its length is up to 200 character, of course you can change it to what your need). and the output is an integer, represent the number of frequency.....enjoy it.


CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[GetSubstringCount]
(
  @InputString nvarchar(1500),
  @SubString NVARCHAR(200)
)
RETURNS int
AS
BEGIN 
        declare @K int , @StrLen int , @Count int , @SubStrLen int 
        set @SubStrLen = (select len(@SubString))
        set @Count = 0
        Set @k = 1
        set @StrLen =(select len(@InputString))
    While @K <= @StrLen
        Begin
            if ((select substring(@InputString, @K, @SubStrLen)) = @SubString)
                begin
                    if ((select CHARINDEX(@SubString ,@InputString)) > 0)
                        begin
                        set @Count = @Count +1
                        end
                end
                                Set @K=@k+1
        end
        return @Count
end

PHP output showing little black diamonds with a question mark

When you extract data from anywhere you should use functions with the prefix md_FUNC_NAME.

Had the same problem it helped me out.

Or you can find the code of this symbol and use regexp to delete these symbols.

Optional Parameters in Web Api Attribute Routing

Another info: If you want use a Route Constraint, imagine that you want force that parameter has int datatype, then you need use this syntax:

[Route("v1/location/**{deviceOrAppid:int?}**", Name = "AddNewLocation")]

The ? character is put always before the last } character

For more information see: Optional URI Parameters and Default Values

How to subtract 2 hours from user's local time?

Subtract from another date object

var d = new Date();

d.setHours(d.getHours() - 2);

How to turn off the Eclipse code formatter for certain sections of Java code?

AFAIK from Eclipse 3.5 M4 on the formatter has an option "Never Join Lines" which preserves user lines breaks. Maybe that does what you want.

Else there is this ugly hack

String query = //
    "SELECT FOO, BAR, BAZ" + //
    "  FROM ABC"           + //
    " WHERE BAR > 4";

Accessing dict keys like an attribute?

The easiest way is to define a class let's call it Namespace. which uses the object dict.update() on the dict. Then, the dict will be treated as an object.

class Namespace(object):
    '''
    helps referencing object in a dictionary as dict.key instead of dict['key']
    '''
    def __init__(self, adict):
        self.__dict__.update(adict)



Person = Namespace({'name': 'ahmed',
                     'age': 30}) #--> added for edge_cls


print(Person.name)

How to pass 2D array (matrix) in a function in C?

I don't know what you mean by "data dont get lost". Here's how you pass a normal 2D array to a function:

void myfunc(int arr[M][N]) { // M is optional, but N is required
  ..
}

int main() {
  int somearr[M][N];
  ...
  myfunc(somearr);
  ...
}

Axios Delete request with body and headers?

So after a number of tries, I found it working.

Please follow the order sequence it's very important else it won't work

axios.delete(URL, {
  headers: {
    Authorization: authorizationToken
  },
  data: {
    source: source
  }
});

Meaning of Open hashing and Closed hashing

The name open addressing refers to the fact that the location ("address") of the element is not determined by its hash value. (This method is also called closed hashing).

In separate chaining, each bucket is independent, and has some sort of ADT (list, binary search trees, etc) of entries with the same index. In a good hash table, each bucket has zero or one entries, because we need operations of order O(1) for insert, search, etc.

This is a example of separate chaining using C++ with a simple hash function using mod operator (clearly, a bad hash function)

How to post an array of complex objects with JSON, jQuery to ASP.NET MVC Controller?

Towards the second half of Create REST API using ASP.NET MVC that speaks both JSON and plain XML, to quote:

Now we need to accept JSON and XML payload, delivered via HTTP POST. Sometimes your client might want to upload a collection of objects in one shot for batch processing. So, they can upload objects using either JSON or XML format. There's no native support in ASP.NET MVC to automatically parse posted JSON or XML and automatically map to Action parameters. So, I wrote a filter that does it."

He then implements an action filter that maps the JSON to C# objects with code shown.

How to display the first few characters of a string in Python?

Since there is a delimiter, you should use that instead of worrying about how long the md5 is.

>>> s = "416d76b8811b0ddae2fdad8f4721ddbe|d4f656ee006e248f2f3a8a93a8aec5868788b927|12a5f648928f8e0b5376d2cc07de8e4cbf9f7ccbadb97d898373f85f0a75c47f"
>>> md5sum, delim, rest = s.partition('|')
>>> md5sum
'416d76b8811b0ddae2fdad8f4721ddbe'

Alternatively

>>> md5sum, sha1sum, sha5sum = s.split('|')
>>> md5sum
'416d76b8811b0ddae2fdad8f4721ddbe'
>>> sha1sum
'd4f656ee006e248f2f3a8a93a8aec5868788b927'
>>> sha5sum
'12a5f648928f8e0b5376d2cc07de8e4cbf9f7ccbadb97d898373f85f0a75c47f'

How to define static property in TypeScript interface

Follow @Duncan's @Bartvds's answer, here to provide a workable way after years passed.

At this point after Typescript 1.5 released (@Jun 15 '15), your helpful interface

interface MyType {
    instanceMethod();
}

interface MyTypeStatic {
    new():MyType;
    staticMethod();
}

can be implemented this way with the help of decorator.

/* class decorator */
function staticImplements<T>() {
    return <U extends T>(constructor: U) => {constructor};
}

@staticImplements<MyTypeStatic>()   /* this statement implements both normal interface & static interface */
class MyTypeClass { /* implements MyType { */ /* so this become optional not required */
    public static staticMethod() {}
    instanceMethod() {}
}

Refer to my comment at github issue 13462.

visual result: Compile error with a hint of static method missing. enter image description here

After static method implemented, hint for method missing. enter image description here

Compilation passed after both static interface and normal interface fulfilled. enter image description here

PHP - If variable is not empty, echo some html code

You're using isset, what isset does is check if the variable is set ('exists') and is not NULL. What you're looking for is empty, which checks if a variable is empty or not, even if it's set. To check what is empty and what is not take a look at:

http://php.net/manual/en/function.empty.php

Also check http://php.net/manual/en/function.isset.php for what isset does exactly, so you understand why it doesn't do what you expect it to do.

Parsing string as JSON with single quotes?

json = ( new Function("return " + jsonString) )(); 

CMake output/build directory

You should not rely on a hard coded build dir name in your script, so the line with ../Compile must be changed.

It's because it should be up to user where to compile.

Instead of that use one of predefined variables: http://www.cmake.org/Wiki/CMake_Useful_Variables (look for CMAKE_BINARY_DIR and CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR)

Is there an easy way to attach source in Eclipse?

yes there is a easy way... go to ... http://sourceforge.net/projects/jdk7src/ and download the zip file. Then attach this to the eclipse. Give the path where you have downloaded the zip file in eclipse. We can then browse through the source.

Adding Text to DataGridView Row Header

datagridview1.Rows[0].HeaderCell.Value = "Your text";

It works.

sql server convert date to string MM/DD/YYYY

That task should be done by the next layer up in your software stack. SQL is a data repository, not a presentation system

You can do it with

CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), fmdate(), 101)

But you shouldn't

error C2039: 'string' : is not a member of 'std', header file problem

You need to have

#include <string>

in the header file too.The forward declaration on it's own doesn't do enough.

Also strongly consider header guards for your header files to avoid possible future problems as your project grows. So at the top do something like:

#ifndef THE_FILE_NAME_H
#define THE_FILE_NAME_H

/* header goes in here */

#endif

This will prevent the header file from being #included multiple times, if you don't have such a guard then you can have issues with multiple declarations.

Decorators with parameters?

Writing a decorator that works with and without parameter is a challenge because Python expects completely different behavior in these two cases! Many answers have tried to work around this and below is an improvement of answer by @norok2. Specifically, this variation eliminates the use of locals().

Following the same example as given by @norok2:

import functools

def multiplying(f_py=None, factor=1):
    assert callable(f_py) or f_py is None
    def _decorator(func):
        @functools.wraps(func)
        def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
            return factor * func(*args, **kwargs)
        return wrapper
    return _decorator(f_py) if callable(f_py) else _decorator


@multiplying
def summing(x): return sum(x)

print(summing(range(10)))
# 45


@multiplying()
def summing(x): return sum(x)

print(summing(range(10)))
# 45


@multiplying(factor=10)
def summing(x): return sum(x)

print(summing(range(10)))
# 450

Play with this code.

The catch is that the user must supply key,value pairs of parameters instead of positional parameters and the first parameter is reserved.

What's the simplest way to list conflicted files in Git?

Here is a fool-proof way:

grep -H -r "<<<<<<< HEAD" /path/to/project/dir

Can't find SDK folder inside Android studio path, and SDK manager not opening

C:\Users\*********\AppData\Local\Android\Sdk

Check whether the USERNAME is correct, for me a new USERNAME got created with my proxy extension.

php hide ALL errors

Use PHP error handling functions to handle errors. How you do it depends on your needs. This system will intercept all errors and forward it however you want it Or supress it if you ask it to do so

http://php.net/manual/en/book.errorfunc.php

Get enum values as List of String in Java 8

You can do (pre-Java 8):

List<Enum> enumValues = Arrays.asList(Enum.values());

or

List<Enum> enumValues = new ArrayList<Enum>(EnumSet.allOf(Enum.class));

Using Java 8 features, you can map each constant to its name:

List<String> enumNames = Stream.of(Enum.values())
                               .map(Enum::name)
                               .collect(Collectors.toList());

SQL Server GROUP BY datetime ignore hour minute and a select with a date and sum value

Personally i prefer the format function, allows you to simply change the date part very easily.

     declare @format varchar(100) = 'yyyy/MM/dd'
     select 
        format(the_date,@format), 
        sum(myfield) 
     from mytable 
     group by format(the_date,@format) 
     order by format(the_date,@format) desc;

Visual Studio: How to show Overloads in IntelliSense?

I know this is an old post, but for the newbies like myself who still hit this page this might be useful. when you hover on a method you get a non clickable info-box whereas if you just write a comma in the method parenthesis the IntelliSense will offer you the beloved info-box with the clickable arrows.

Deserialize JSON to ArrayList<POJO> using Jackson

Another way is to use an array as a type, e.g.:

ObjectMapper objectMapper = new ObjectMapper();
MyPojo[] pojos = objectMapper.readValue(json, MyPojo[].class);

This way you avoid all the hassle with the Type object, and if you really need a list you can always convert the array to a list by:

List<MyPojo> pojoList = Arrays.asList(pojos);

IMHO this is much more readable.

And to make it be an actual list (that can be modified, see limitations of Arrays.asList()) then just do the following:

List<MyPojo> mcList = new ArrayList<>(Arrays.asList(pojos));

"Debug certificate expired" error in Eclipse Android plugins

First close the eclipse then

Open CMD by Window Key + R or via Run as Admin

Follows the following step

del "%USERPROFILE%\.android\debug.keystore"
keytool -genkey -v -keystore "%USERPROFILE%\.android\debug.keystore" -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android -keyalg RSA -validity 30000

after this restart eclipse.

Automatically create requirements.txt

Make sure to run pip3 for python3.7.

pip3 freeze >> yourfile.txt

Before executing the above command make sure you have created a virtual environment.

python3:

pip3 install virtualenv
python3 -m venv <myenvname> 

python2:

pip install virtualenv
virtualenv <myenvname>

After that put your source code in the directory. If you run the python file now, probably it won't launch if you are using non-native modules. You can install those modules by running pip3 install <module> or pip install <module>.

This will not affect you entire module list except the environment you are in.

Now you can execute the command at the top and now you have a requirements file which contains only the modules you installed in the virtual environment. Now you can run the command at the top.

I advise everyone to use environments as it makes things easier when it comes to stuff like this.

What is the difference between the 'COPY' and 'ADD' commands in a Dockerfile?

Important Note

I had to COPY and untar java package in my docker image. When I compared the docker image size created using ADD it was 180MB bigger than the one created using COPY, tar -xzf *.tar.gz and rm *.tar.gz

This means that although ADD removes the tar file, it is still kept somewhere. And its making the image bigger!!

JavaScript: remove event listener

If someone uses jquery, he can do it like this :

var click_count = 0;
$( "canvas" ).bind( "click", function( event ) {
    //do whatever you want
    click_count++;
    if ( click_count == 50 ) {
        //remove the event
        $( this ).unbind( event );
    }
});

Hope that it can help someone. Note that the answer given by @user113716 work nicely :)

How to insert a character in a string at a certain position?

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    char ch='m';
    String str="Hello",k=String.valueOf(ch),b,c;

    System.out.println(str);

    int index=3;
    b=str.substring(0,index-1 );
    c=str.substring(index-1,str.length());
    str=b+k+c;
}

Android Calling JavaScript functions in WebView

Modification of @Ilya_Gazman answer

    private void callJavaScript(WebView view, String methodName, Object...params){
        StringBuilder stringBuilder = new StringBuilder();
        stringBuilder.append("javascript:try{");
        stringBuilder.append(methodName);
        stringBuilder.append("(");
        String separator = "";
        for (Object param : params) {               
            stringBuilder.append(separator);
            separator = ",";
            if(param instanceof String){
                stringBuilder.append("'");
            }
                stringBuilder.append(param.toString().replace("'", "\\'"));
            if(param instanceof String){
                stringBuilder.append("'");
            }

        }
        stringBuilder.append(")}catch(error){console.error(error.message);}");
        final String call = stringBuilder.toString();
        Log.i(TAG, "callJavaScript: call="+call);


        view.loadUrl(call);
    }

will correctly create JS calls e.g.

callJavaScript(mBrowser, "alert", "abc", "def");
//javascript:try{alert('abc','def')}catch(error){console.error(error.message);}
callJavaScript(mBrowser, "alert", 1, true, "abc");
//javascript:try{alert(1,true,'abc')}catch(error){console.error(error.message);}

Note that objects will not be passed correctly - but you can serialize them before passing as an argument.

Also I've changed where the error goes, I've diverted it to the console log which can be listened by:

    webView.setWebChromeClient(new CustomWebChromeClient());

and client

class CustomWebChromeClient extends WebChromeClient {
    private static final String TAG = "CustomWebChromeClient";

    @Override
    public boolean onConsoleMessage(ConsoleMessage cm) {
        Log.d(TAG, String.format("%s @ %d: %s", cm.message(),
                cm.lineNumber(), cm.sourceId()));
        return true;
    }
}

Convert JSON to Map

The JsonTools library is very complete. It can be found at Github.

How do I find the version of Apache running without access to the command line?

In the default installation, call a page that doesn't exist and you get an error with the version at the end:

Object not found!

The requested URL was not found on this server. If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and try again.
If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster.
Error 404
localhost
10/03/08 14:41:45
Apache/2.2.8 (Win32) DAV/2 mod_ssl/2.2.8 OpenSSL/0.9.8g mod_autoindex_color PHP/5.2.5

HTML form input tag name element array with JavaScript

Try this something like this:

var p_ids = document.forms[0].elements["p_id[]"];
alert(p_ids.length);
for (var i = 0, len = p_ids.length; i < len; i++) {
  alert(p_ids[i].value);
}

How to recover deleted rows from SQL server table?

It is possible using Apex Recovery Tool,i have successfully recovered my table rows which i accidentally deleted

if you download the trial version it will recover only 10th row

check here http://www.apexsql.com/sql_tools_log.aspx

select2 - hiding the search box

Removing the inputs with jQuery works for me:

$(".select2-search, .select2-focusser").remove();

Get current URL path in PHP

You want $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']. From the docs:

'REQUEST_URI'

The URI which was given in order to access this page; for instance, '/index.html'.

How do I replace whitespaces with underscore?

Using the re module:

import re
re.sub('\s+', '_', "This should be connected") # This_should_be_connected
re.sub('\s+', '_', 'And     so\tshould this')  # And_so_should_this

Unless you have multiple spaces or other whitespace possibilities as above, you may just wish to use string.replace as others have suggested.

Break statement in javascript array map method

That's not possible using the built-in Array.prototype.map. However, you could use a simple for-loop instead, if you do not intend to map any values:

var hasValueLessThanTen = false;
for (var i = 0; i < myArray.length; i++) {
  if (myArray[i] < 10) {
    hasValueLessThanTen = true;
    break;
  }
}

Or, as suggested by @RobW, use Array.prototype.some to test if there exists at least one element that is less than 10. It will stop looping when some element that matches your function is found:

var hasValueLessThanTen = myArray.some(function (val) { 
  return val < 10;
});

Auto-indent spaces with C in vim?

A lot of vim's features (like autoindent and cindent) are turned off by default. To really see what vim can do for you, you need a decent ~/.vimrc.

A good starter one is in $VIMRUNTIME/vimrc_example.vim. If you want to try it out, use

:source $VIMRUNTIME/vimrc_example.vim

when in vim.

I'd actually suggest just copying the contents to your ~/.vimrc as it's well commented, and a good place to start learning how to use vim. You can do this by

:e $VIMRUNTIME/vimrc_example.vim
:w! ~/.vimrc

This will overwrite your current ~/.vimrc, but if all you have in there is the indent settings Davr suggested, I wouldn't sweat it, as the example vimrc will take care of that for you as well. For a complete walkthrough of the example, and what it does for you, see :help vimrc-intro.

How to increment a variable on a for loop in jinja template?

You could use loop.index:

{% for i in p %}
  {{ loop.index }}
{% endfor %}

Check the template designer documentation.

In more recent versions, due to scoping rules, the following would not work:

{% set count = 1 %}
{% for i in p %}
  {{ count }}
  {% set count = count + 1 %}
{% endfor %}

Single quotes vs. double quotes in Python

In Perl you want to use single quotes when you have a string which doesn't need to interpolate variables or escaped characters like \n, \t, \r, etc.

PHP makes the same distinction as Perl: content in single quotes will not be interpreted (not even \n will be converted), as opposed to double quotes which can contain variables to have their value printed out.

Python does not, I'm afraid. Technically seen, there is no $ token (or the like) to separate a name/text from a variable in Python. Both features make Python more readable, less confusing, after all. Single and double quotes can be used interchangeably in Python.

Iterate over each line in a string in PHP

It's overly-complicated and ugly but in my opinion this is the way to go:

$fp = fopen("php://memory", 'r+');
fputs($fp, $data);
rewind($fp);
while($line = fgets($fp)){
  // deal with $line
}
fclose($fp);

JavaScript string encryption and decryption?

Simple functions,


function Encrypt(value) 
{
  var result="";
  for(i=0;i<value.length;i++)
  {
    if(i<value.length-1)
    {
        result+=value.charCodeAt(i)+10;
        result+="-";
    }
    else
    {
        result+=value.charCodeAt(i)+10;
    }
  }
  return result;
}
function Decrypt(value)
{
  var result="";
  var array = value.split("-");

  for(i=0;i<array.length;i++)
  {
    result+=String.fromCharCode(array[i]-10);
  }
  return result;
} 

What is the proper way to re-attach detached objects in Hibernate?

I did it that way in C# with NHibernate, but it should work the same way in Java:

public virtual void Attach()
{
    if (!HibernateSessionManager.Instance.GetSession().Contains(this))
    {
        ISession session = HibernateSessionManager.Instance.GetSession();
        using (ITransaction t = session.BeginTransaction())
        {
            session.Lock(this, NHibernate.LockMode.None);
            t.Commit();
        }
    }
}

First Lock was called on every object because Contains was always false. The problem is that NHibernate compares objects by database id and type. Contains uses the equals method, which compares by reference if it's not overwritten. With that equals method it works without any Exceptions:

public override bool Equals(object obj)
{
    if (this == obj) { 
        return true;
    } 
    if (GetType() != obj.GetType()) {
        return false;
    }
    if (Id != ((BaseObject)obj).Id)
    {
        return false;
    }
    return true;
}

Gnuplot line types

Until version 4.6

The dash type of a linestyle is given by the linetype, which does also select the line color unless you explicitely set an other one with linecolor.

However, the support for dashed lines depends on the selected terminal:

  1. Some terminals don't support dashed lines, like png (uses libgd)
  2. Other terminals, like pngcairo, support dashed lines, but it is disables by default. To enable it, use set termoption dashed, or set terminal pngcairo dashed ....
  3. The exact dash patterns differ between terminals. To see the defined linetype, use the test command:

Running

set terminal pngcairo dashed
set output 'test.png'
test
set output

gives:

enter image description here

whereas, the postscript terminal shows different dash patterns:

set terminal postscript eps color colortext
set output 'test.eps'
test
set output

enter image description here

Version 5.0

Starting with version 5.0 the following changes related to linetypes, dash patterns and line colors are introduced:

  • A new dashtype parameter was introduced:

    To get the predefined dash patterns, use e.g.

    plot x dashtype 2
    

    You can also specify custom dash patterns like

    plot x dashtype (3,5,10,5),\
         2*x dashtype '.-_'
    
  • The terminal options dashed and solid are ignored. By default all lines are solid. To change them to dashed, use e.g.

    set for [i=1:8] linetype i dashtype i
    
  • The default set of line colors was changed. You can select between three different color sets with set colorsequence default|podo|classic:

enter image description here

Encode/Decode URLs in C++

you can simply use function AtlEscapeUrl() from atlutil.h, just go through its documentation on how to use it.

append to url and refresh page

Most of the answers here suggest that one should append the parameter(s) to the URL, something like the following snippet or a similar variation:

location.href = location.href + "&parameter=" + value;

This will work quite well for the majority of the cases.

However

That's not the correct way to append a parameter to a URL in my opinion.

Because the suggested approach does not test if the parameter is already set in the URL, if not careful one may end up with a very long URL with the same parameter repeated multiple times. ie:

https://stackoverflow.com/?&param=1&param=1&param=1&param=1&param=1&param=1&param=1&param=1&param=1

at this point is where problems begin. The suggested approach could and will create a very long URL after multiple page refreshes, thus making the URL invalid. Follow this link for more information about long URL What is the maximum length of a URL in different browsers?

This is my suggested approach:

function URL_add_parameter(url, param, value){
    var hash       = {};
    var parser     = document.createElement('a');

    parser.href    = url;

    var parameters = parser.search.split(/\?|&/);

    for(var i=0; i < parameters.length; i++) {
        if(!parameters[i])
            continue;

        var ary      = parameters[i].split('=');
        hash[ary[0]] = ary[1];
    }

    hash[param] = value;

    var list = [];  
    Object.keys(hash).forEach(function (key) {
        list.push(key + '=' + hash[key]);
    });

    parser.search = '?' + list.join('&');
    return parser.href;
}

With this function one just will have to do the following:

location.href = URL_add_parameter(location.href, 'param', 'value');

int value under 10 convert to string two digit number

This blog post is a great little cheat-sheet to keep handy when trying to format strings to a variety of formats.

link to trojan removed

Edit

The link was removed because Google temporarily warned that the site (or related site) may have been spreading malicious software. It is now off the list an no longer reported as problematic. Google "SteveX String Formatting" you'll find the search result and you can visit it at your discretion.

jQuery Cross Domain Ajax

Looks like the inner JSON struct is passed along as a string. You'll have to JSON.parse() it once more to get that data as an object.

try {
  responseData = JSON.parse(responseData);
}
catch (e) {}

Edit: Try the following:

$.ajax({
    type: 'GET',
    dataType: "json",
    url: "http://someotherdomain.com/service.svc",
    success: function (responseData, textStatus, jqXHR) {
        console.log("in");
        var data = JSON.parse(responseData['AuthenticateUserResult']);
        console.log(data);
    },
    error: function (responseData, textStatus, errorThrown) {
        alert('POST failed.');
    }
});

Using `window.location.hash.includes` throws “Object doesn't support property or method 'includes'” in IE11

As in Internet Explorer, the javascript method "includes" doesn't support which is leading to the error as below

dijit.form.FilteringSelect TypeError: Object doesn't support property or method 'includes'

So I have changed the JavaScript string method from "includes" to "indexOf" as below

//str1 doesn't match str2 w.r.t index, so it will try to add object
var str1="acd", str2="b";
if(str1.indexOf(str2) == -1) 
{
  alert("add object");
}
else 
{
 alert("object not added");
}

Merge (Concat) Multiple JSONObjects in Java

I used string to concatenate new object to an existing object.


private static void concatJSON() throws IOException, InterruptedException {

    JSONParser parser = new JSONParser();
    Object obj = parser.parse(new FileReader(new File(Main.class.getResource("/file/user.json").toURI())));


    JSONObject jsonObj = (JSONObject) obj; //usernameJsonObj

    String [] values = {"0.9" , Date.from(Calendar.getInstance().toInstant()).toLocaleString()},
            innermost = {"Accomplished", "LatestDate"}, 
            inner = {"Lesson1", "Lesson2", "Lesson3", "Lesson4"};
    String in = "Jayvee Villa";

    JSONObject jo1 = new JSONObject();
    for (int i = 0; i < innermost.length; i++)
        jo1.put(innermost[i], values[i]);

    JSONObject jo2 = new JSONObject();
    for (int i = 0; i < inner.length; i++)
        jo2.put(inner[i], jo1);

    JSONObject jo3 = new JSONObject();
    jo3.put(in, jo2);

    String merger = jsonObj.toString().substring(0, jsonObj.toString().length()-1) + "," +jo3.toString().substring(1);

    System.out.println(merger);
    FileWriter pr = new FileWriter(file);
    pr.write(merger);
    pr.flush();
    pr.close();
}

What's the best way to select the minimum value from several columns?

You could also do this with a union query. As the number of columns increase, you would need to modify the query, but at least it would be a straight forward modification.

Select T.Id, T.Col1, T.Col2, T.Col3, A.TheMin
From   YourTable T
       Inner Join (
         Select A.Id, Min(A.Col1) As TheMin
         From   (
                Select Id, Col1
                From   YourTable

                Union All

                Select Id, Col2
                From   YourTable

                Union All

                Select Id, Col3
                From   YourTable
                ) As A
         Group By A.Id
       ) As A
       On T.Id = A.Id

Where is debug.keystore in Android Studio

If you find that you do not have JDK installed. Go to your android terminal and navigate to the bin folder of JRE that comes with Android Studio.

C:\Program Files\Android\Android Studio\jre\bin

and run the following command. Remember to replace USERNAME with your actual PC username.

keytool -list -v -keystore "C:\Users\USERNAME\.android\debug.keystore" -alias androiddebugkey -storepass android -keypass android

plot with custom text for x axis points

You can manually set xticks (and yticks) using pyplot.xticks:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np

x = np.array([0,1,2,3])
y = np.array([20,21,22,23])
my_xticks = ['John','Arnold','Mavis','Matt']
plt.xticks(x, my_xticks)
plt.plot(x, y)
plt.show()

Is there a C# case insensitive equals operator?

The best way to compare 2 strings ignoring the case of the letters is to use the String.Equals static method specifying an ordinal ignore case string comparison. This is also the fastest way, much faster than converting the strings to lower or upper case and comparing them after that.

I tested the performance of both approaches and the ordinal ignore case string comparison was more than 9 times faster! It is also more reliable than converting strings to lower or upper case (check out the Turkish i problem). So always use the String.Equals method to compare strings for equality:

String.Equals(string1, string2, StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase);

If you want to perform a culture specific string comparison you can use the following code:

String.Equals(string1, string2, StringComparison.CurrentCultureIgnoreCase);

Please note that the second example uses the the string comparison logic of the current culture, which makes it slower than the "ordinal ignore case" comparison in the first example, so if you don't need any culture specific string comparison logic and you are after maximum performance, use the "ordinal ignore case" comparison.

For more information, read the full story on my blog.

How do I determine height and scrolling position of window in jQuery?

From jQuery Docs:

const height = $(window).height();
const scrollTop = $(window).scrollTop();

http://api.jquery.com/scrollTop/
http://api.jquery.com/height/

Proper way to concatenate variable strings

As simple as joining lists in python itself.

ansible -m debug -a msg="{{ '-'.join(('list', 'joined', 'together')) }}" localhost

localhost | SUCCESS => {
  "msg": "list-joined-together" }

Works the same way using variables:

ansible -m debug -a msg="{{ '-'.join((var1, var2, var3)) }}" localhost

C# using streams

To expand a little on other answers here, and help explain a lot of the example code you'll see dotted about, most of the time you don't read and write to a stream directly. Streams are a low-level means to transfer data.

You'll notice that the functions for reading and writing are all byte orientated, e.g. WriteByte(). There are no functions for dealing with integers, strings etc. This makes the stream very general-purpose, but less simple to work with if, say, you just want to transfer text.

However, .NET provides classes that convert between native types and the low-level stream interface, and transfers the data to or from the stream for you. Some notable such classes are:

StreamWriter // Badly named. Should be TextWriter.
StreamReader // Badly named. Should be TextReader.
BinaryWriter
BinaryReader

To use these, first you acquire your stream, then you create one of the above classes and associate it with the stream. E.g.

MemoryStream memoryStream = new MemoryStream();
StreamWriter myStreamWriter = new StreamWriter(memoryStream);

StreamReader and StreamWriter convert between native types and their string representations then transfer the strings to and from the stream as bytes. So

myStreamWriter.Write(123);

will write "123" (three characters '1', '2' then '3') to the stream. If you're dealing with text files (e.g. html), StreamReader and StreamWriter are the classes you would use.

Whereas

myBinaryWriter.Write(123);

will write four bytes representing the 32-bit integer value 123 (0x7B, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00). If you're dealing with binary files or network protocols BinaryReader and BinaryWriter are what you might use. (If you're exchanging data with networks or other systems, you need to be mindful of endianness, but that's another post.)