Programs & Examples On #Business logic toolkit

Show loading image while $.ajax is performed

Use the ajax object's beforeSend and complete functions. It's better to show the gif from inside beforeSend so that all the behavior is encapsulated in a single object. Be careful about hiding the gif using the success function. If the request fails, you'll probably still want to hide the gif. To do this use the Complete function. It would look like this:

$.ajax({
    url: uri,
    cache: false,
    beforeSend: function(){
        $('#image').show();
    },
    complete: function(){
        $('#image').hide();
    },
    success: function(html){
       $('.info').append(html);
    }
});

How can I check if a view is visible or not in Android?

Or you could simply use

View.isShown()

Get index of current item in a PowerShell loop

0..($letters.count-1) | foreach { "Value: {0}, Index: {1}" -f $letters[$_],$_}

Start redis-server with config file

Okay, redis is pretty user friendly but there are some gotchas.

Here are just some easy commands for working with redis on Ubuntu:

install:

sudo apt-get install redis-server

start with conf:

sudo redis-server <path to conf>
sudo redis-server config/redis.conf

stop with conf:

redis-ctl shutdown

(not sure how this shuts down the pid specified in the conf. Redis must save the path to the pid somewhere on boot)

log:

tail -f /var/log/redis/redis-server.log

Also, various example confs floating around online and on this site were beyond useless. The best, sure fire way to get a compatible conf is to copy-paste the one your installation is already using. You should be able to find it here:

/etc/redis/redis.conf

Then paste it at <path to conf>, tweak as needed and you're good to go.

How do I get the XML root node with C#?

Try this

XElement root = XDocument.Load(fStream).Root;

CSS media queries: max-width OR max-height

yes, using and, like:

@media screen and (max-width: 800px), 
       screen and (max-height: 600px) {
  ...
}

Resource interpreted as Document but transferred with MIME type application/zip

After a couple of csv file downloads (lots of tests) chrome asked whether to allow more downloads from this page. I just dismissed the window. After that chrome did not download the file any more but the console sayed:

"Resource interpreted as Document but transferred with MIME type text/csv"

I could solve that issue by restarting chrome (completely Ctrl-Shift-Q).

[Update] Not sure why this post was deleted but it provided the solution for me. I had gotten the message earlier about trying to download multiple files and must have answered no. I got the "Resource interpreted..." message until I restarted the browser; then it worked perfectly. For some cases, this may be the right answer.

Is there an opposite of include? for Ruby Arrays?

Use unless:

unless @players.include?(p.name) do
  ...
end

Docker: Copying files from Docker container to host

I used PowerShell (Admin) with this command.

docker cp {container id}:{container path}/error.html  C:\\error.html

Example

docker cp ff3a6608467d:/var/www/app/error.html  C:\\error.html

com.android.build.transform.api.TransformException

Simply go to Build - Edit Build Types - Properties Tab - Build Type Version and downgrade it to ver 23.0.1. Click ok. This works for android studio 1.5. It worked for me.

Xcode Simulator: how to remove older unneeded devices?

Some people try to fix it using one way, some the second. Basically, there are 2 issues, which if you check them out & solve both - in 99% it should fix this issue:

  1. Old device simulators located at YOUR_MAC_NAME (e.g. Macintosh) -> Users -> YOUR_USERNAME (daniel) -> Library -> Developer -> Xcode -> iOS Device Support. Leave there, the newest one, as of today this is 13.2.3 (17B111), but in future it'll change. The highest number (here 13.2.3) of the iOS version indicates that it's newer.

  2. After this list your devices in Terminal by running xcrun simctl list devices. Many of them might be unavailable, therefore delete them by running xcrun simctl delete unavailable. It'll free some space as well. To be sure that everything is fine check it again by running xcrun simctl list devices. You should see devices only from the newest version (here 13.2.3) like the screenshot below shows.

enter image description here

As a bonus which is slightly less relevant to this question, but still free's some space. Go to YOUR_MAC_NAME (e.g. Macintosh) -> Users -> YOUR_USERNAME (e.g. daniel) -> Library -> Developer -> Xcode -> Archives. You'll see many archived deployed application, most probably you don't need all of them. Try to delete these ones, which are not being used anymore.

Using these 2 methods and the bonus method I was able to get extra 15 GB of space on my Mac.

PS. Simply deleting simulators from Xcode by going to Xcode -> Window -> Devices and Simulators -> Simulators (or simply CMD + SHIFT + 2 when using keyboard shortcut) and deleting it there won't help. You really need to go for the described steps.

Using Python Requests: Sessions, Cookies, and POST

I don't know how stubhub's api works, but generally it should look like this:

s = requests.Session()
data = {"login":"my_login", "password":"my_password"}
url = "http://example.net/login"
r = s.post(url, data=data)

Now your session contains cookies provided by login form. To access cookies of this session simply use

s.cookies

Any further actions like another requests will have this cookie

Selecting one row from MySQL using mysql_* API

Ultimately, I want to be able to echo out a signle field like so:

   $row['option_value']

So why don't you? It should work.

How to make type="number" to positive numbers only

With text type of input you can use this for a better validation,

return (event.keyCode? (event.keyCode == 69 ? false : event.keyCode >= 48 && event.keyCode <= 57) : (event.charCode >= 48 && event.charCode <= 57))? true : event.preventDefault();

CSS how to make scrollable list

As per your question vertical listing have a scrollbar effect.

CSS / HTML :

_x000D_
_x000D_
nav ul{height:200px; width:18%;}_x000D_
nav ul{overflow:hidden; overflow-y:scroll;}
_x000D_
<!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
    <head>_x000D_
        <meta charset="utf-8">_x000D_
        <title>JS Bin</title>_x000D_
    </head>_x000D_
    <body>_x000D_
        <header>header area</header>_x000D_
        <nav>_x000D_
            <ul>_x000D_
                <li>Link 1</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 2</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 3</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 4</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 5</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 6</li> _x000D_
                <li>Link 7</li> _x000D_
                <li>Link 8</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 9</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 10</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 11</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 13</li>_x000D_
                <li>Link 13</li>_x000D_
_x000D_
            </ul>_x000D_
        </nav>_x000D_
        _x000D_
        <footer>footer area</footer>_x000D_
    </body>_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to use C++ in Go

I've created the following example based on Scott Wales' answer. I've tested it in macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 running go version go1.10 darwin/amd64.

(1) Code for library.hpp, the C++ API we aim to call.

#pragma once
class Foo {
 public:
  Foo(int value);
  ~Foo();
  int value() const;    
 private:
  int m_value;
};

(2) Code for library.cpp, the C++ implementation.

#include "library.hpp"
#include <iostream>

Foo::Foo(int value) : m_value(value) {
  std::cout << "[c++] Foo::Foo(" << m_value << ")" << std::endl;
}

Foo::~Foo() { std::cout << "[c++] Foo::~Foo(" << m_value << ")" << std::endl; }

int Foo::value() const {
  std::cout << "[c++] Foo::value() is " << m_value << std::endl;
  return m_value;
}

(3) Code for library-bridge.h the bridge needed to expose a C API implemented in C++ so that go can use it.

#pragma once
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

void* LIB_NewFoo(int value);
void LIB_DestroyFoo(void* foo);
int LIB_FooValue(void* foo);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}  // extern "C"
#endif

(4) Code for library-bridge.cpp, the implementation of the bridge.

#include <iostream>

#include "library-bridge.h"
#include "library.hpp"

void* LIB_NewFoo(int value) {
  std::cout << "[c++ bridge] LIB_NewFoo(" << value << ")" << std::endl;
  auto foo = new Foo(value);
  std::cout << "[c++ bridge] LIB_NewFoo(" << value << ") will return pointer "
            << foo << std::endl;
  return foo;
}

// Utility function local to the bridge's implementation
Foo* AsFoo(void* foo) { return reinterpret_cast<Foo*>(foo); }

void LIB_DestroyFoo(void* foo) {
  std::cout << "[c++ bridge] LIB_DestroyFoo(" << foo << ")" << std::endl;
  AsFoo(foo)->~Foo();
}

int LIB_FooValue(void* foo) {
  std::cout << "[c++ bridge] LIB_FooValue(" << foo << ")" << std::endl;
  return AsFoo(foo)->value();
}

(5) Finally, library.go, the go program calling the C++ API.

package main

// #cgo LDFLAGS: -L. -llibrary
// #include "library-bridge.h"
import "C"
import "unsafe"
import "fmt"

type Foo struct {
    ptr unsafe.Pointer
}

func NewFoo(value int) Foo {
    var foo Foo
    foo.ptr = C.LIB_NewFoo(C.int(value))
    return foo
}

func (foo Foo) Free() {
    C.LIB_DestroyFoo(foo.ptr)
}

func (foo Foo) value() int {
    return int(C.LIB_FooValue(foo.ptr))
}

func main() {
    foo := NewFoo(42)
    defer foo.Free() // The Go analog to C++'s RAII
    fmt.Println("[go]", foo.value())
}

Using the following Makefile

liblibrary.so: library.cpp library-bridge.cpp
    clang++ -o liblibrary.so library.cpp library-bridge.cpp \
    -std=c++17 -O3 -Wall -Wextra -fPIC -shared

I can run the example program as follows:

$ make
clang++ -o liblibrary.so library.cpp library-bridge.cpp \
    -std=c++17 -O3 -Wall -Wextra -fPIC -shared
$ go run library.go
[c++ bridge] LIB_NewFoo(42)
[c++] Foo::Foo(42)
[c++ bridge] LIB_NewFoo(42) will return pointer 0x42002e0
[c++ bridge] LIB_FooValue(0x42002e0)
[c++] Foo::value() is 42
[go] 42
[c++ bridge] LIB_DestroyFoo(0x42002e0)
[c++] Foo::~Foo(42)

Important

The comments above import "C" in the go program are NOT OPTIONAL. You must put them exactly as shown so that cgo knows which header and library to load, in this case:

// #cgo LDFLAGS: -L. -llibrary
// #include "library-bridge.h"
import "C"

Link to GitHub repo with the full example.

How to extract base URL from a string in JavaScript?

var host = location.protocol + '//' + location.host + '/';

Convert hex to binary

Just use the module coden (note: I am the author of the module)

You can convert haxedecimal to binary there.

  1. Install using pip
pip install coden
  1. Convert
a_hexadecimal_number = "f1ff"
binary_output = coden.hex_to_bin(a_hexadecimal_number)

The converting Keywords are:

  • hex for hexadeimal
  • bin for binary
  • int for decimal
  • _to_ - the converting keyword for the function

So you can also format: e. hexadecimal_output = bin_to_hex(a_binary_number)

How to figure out the SMTP server host?

this really is a question for Serverfault.

Windows:

  1. Open up a command prompt (CMD.exe)
  2. Type nslookup and hit enter
  3. Type set type=MX and hit enter
  4. Type the domain name and hit enter, for example: google.com
  5. The results will be a list of host names that are set up for SMTP

Linux:

  1. Open a command prompt
  2. Type dig domain.name MX and hit enter where domain.name is the domain you are trying to find out the smtp server for.

If you do not get any answers back from your dns server, there is a good chance that there isn't any SMTP Servers set up for that domain. If this is the case, do like other's have suggested and call the hosting companies tech support.

C++11 reverse range-based for-loop

Got this example from cppreference. It works with:

GCC 10.1+ with flag -std=c++20

#include <ranges>
#include <iostream>
 
int main()
{
    static constexpr auto il = {3, 1, 4, 1, 5, 9};
 
    std::ranges::reverse_view rv {il};
    for (int i : rv)
        std::cout << i << ' ';
 
    std::cout << '\n';
 
    for(int i : il | std::views::reverse)
        std::cout << i << ' ';
}

Rails where condition using NOT NIL

Not sure of this is helpful but this what worked for me in Rails 4

Foo.where.not(bar: nil)

What's the difference between Sender, From and Return-Path?

The official RFC which defines this specification could be found here:

http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4021#section-2.1.2 (look at paragraph 2.1.2. and the following)

2.1.2. Header Field: From

Description:  
    Mailbox of message author  
[...]  
Related information:
    Specifies the author(s) of the message; that is, the mailbox(es)
    of the person(s) or system(s) responsible for the writing of the
    message. Defined as standard by RFC 822.

2.1.3. Header Field: Sender

Description:  
    Mailbox of message sender  
[...]  
Related information:
    Specifies the mailbox of the agent responsible for the actual
    transmission of the message.  Defined as standard by RFC 822.

2.1.22. Header Field: Return-Path

Description:
    Message return path
[...]  
Related information:
    Return path for message response diagnostics. See also RFC 2821
    [17]. Defined as standard by RFC 822.

HtmlSpecialChars equivalent in Javascript?

String.prototype.escapeHTML = function() {
        return this.replace(/&/g, "&amp;")
                   .replace(/</g, "&lt;")
                   .replace(/>/g, "&gt;")
                   .replace(/"/g, "&quot;")
                   .replace(/'/g, "&#039;");
    }

sample :

var toto = "test<br>";
alert(toto.escapeHTML());

Test only if variable is not null in if statement

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

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

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

Why can't you just use:

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

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

How to read user input into a variable in Bash?

Yep, you'll want to do something like this:

echo -n "Enter Fullname: " 
read fullname

Another option would be to have them supply this information on the command line. Getopts is your best bet there.

Using getopts in bash shell script to get long and short command line options

How to get the absolute coordinates of a view

The accepted answer didn't actually tell how to get the location, so here is a little more detail. You pass in an int array of length 2 and the values are replaced with the view's (x, y) coordinates (of the top, left corner).

int[] location = new int[2];
myView.getLocationOnScreen(location);
int x = location[0];
int y = location[1];

Notes

  • Replacing getLocationOnScreen with getLocationInWindow should give the same results in most cases (see this answer). However, if you are in a smaller window like a Dialog or custom keyboard, then use you will need to choose which one better suits your needs.
  • You will get (0,0) if you call this method in onCreate because the view has not been laid out yet. You can use a ViewTreeObserver to listen for when the layout is done and you can get the measured coordinates. (See this answer.)

Better way to check if a Path is a File or a Directory?

After combining the suggestions from the other answers, I realized I came up with about the same thing as Ronnie Overby's answer. Here are some tests to point out some things to think about:

  1. folders can have "extensions": C:\Temp\folder_with.dot
  2. files cannot end with a directory separator (slash)
  3. There are technically two directory separators which are platform specific -- i.e. may or may not be slashes (Path.DirectorySeparatorChar and Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar)

Tests (Linqpad)

var paths = new[] {
    // exists
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\folder_is_a_dir",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\is_a_dir_trailing_slash\",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\existing_folder_with.ext",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\file_thats_not_a_dir",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\notadir.txt",
    // doesn't exist
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_folder_is_a_dir",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_folder_trailing_slash\",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\non_existing_folder_with.ext",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_file_thats_not_a_dir",
    @"C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_notadir.txt",        
};

foreach(var path in paths) {
    IsFolder(path/*, false*/).Dump(path);
}

Results

C:\Temp\dir_test\folder_is_a_dir
  True 
C:\Temp\dir_test\is_a_dir_trailing_slash\
  True 
C:\Temp\dir_test\existing_folder_with.ext
  True 
C:\Temp\dir_test\file_thats_not_a_dir
  False 
C:\Temp\dir_test\notadir.txt
  False 
C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_folder_is_a_dir
  True 
C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_folder_trailing_slash\
  True 
C:\Temp\dir_test\non_existing_folder_with.ext
  False (this is the weird one)
C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_file_thats_not_a_dir
  True 
C:\Temp\dir_test\dne_notadir.txt
  False 

Method

/// <summary>
/// Whether the <paramref name="path"/> is a folder (existing or not); 
/// optionally assume that if it doesn't "look like" a file then it's a directory.
/// </summary>
/// <param name="path">Path to check</param>
/// <param name="assumeDneLookAlike">If the <paramref name="path"/> doesn't exist, does it at least look like a directory name?  As in, it doesn't look like a file.</param>
/// <returns><c>True</c> if a folder/directory, <c>false</c> if not.</returns>
public static bool IsFolder(string path, bool assumeDneLookAlike = true)
{
    // https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1395205/better-way-to-check-if-path-is-a-file-or-a-directory
    // turns out to be about the same as https://stackoverflow.com/a/19596821/1037948

    // check in order of verisimilitude

    // exists or ends with a directory separator -- files cannot end with directory separator, right?
    if (Directory.Exists(path)
        // use system values rather than assume slashes
        || path.EndsWith("" + Path.DirectorySeparatorChar)
        || path.EndsWith("" + Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar))
        return true;

    // if we know for sure that it's an actual file...
    if (File.Exists(path))
        return false;

    // if it has an extension it should be a file, so vice versa
    // although technically directories can have extensions...
    if (!Path.HasExtension(path) && assumeDneLookAlike)
        return true;

    // only works for existing files, kinda redundant with `.Exists` above
    //if( File.GetAttributes(path).HasFlag(FileAttributes.Directory) ) ...; 

    // no idea -- could return an 'indeterminate' value (nullable bool)
    // or assume that if we don't know then it's not a folder
    return false;
}

org.hibernate.exception.ConstraintViolationException: Could not execute JDBC batch update

You may need to handle javax.persistence.RollbackException

fastest way to export blobs from table into individual files

I came here looking for exporting blob into file with least effort. CLR functions is not something what I'd call least effort. Here described lazier one, using OLE Automation:

declare @init int
declare @file varbinary(max) = CONVERT(varbinary(max), N'your blob here')
declare @filepath nvarchar(4000) = N'c:\temp\you file name here.txt'

EXEC sp_OACreate 'ADODB.Stream', @init OUTPUT; -- An instace created
EXEC sp_OASetProperty @init, 'Type', 1; 
EXEC sp_OAMethod @init, 'Open'; -- Calling a method
EXEC sp_OAMethod @init, 'Write', NULL, @file; -- Calling a method
EXEC sp_OAMethod @init, 'SaveToFile', NULL, @filepath, 2; -- Calling a method
EXEC sp_OAMethod @init, 'Close'; -- Calling a method
EXEC sp_OADestroy @init; -- Closed the resources

You'll potentially need to allow to run OA stored procedures on server (and then turn it off, when you're done):

sp_configure 'show advanced options', 1;  
GO  
RECONFIGURE;  
GO  
sp_configure 'Ole Automation Procedures', 1;  
GO  
RECONFIGURE;  
GO

How to Execute SQL Server Stored Procedure in SQL Developer?

The stored procedures can be run in sql developer tool using the below syntax

BEGIN procedurename(); END;

If there are any parameters then it has to be passed.

Where does application data file actually stored on android device?

Use Context.getDatabasePath(databasename). The context can be obtained from your application.

If you get previous data back it can be either a) the data was stored in an unconventional location and therefore not deleted with uninstall or b) Titanium backed up the data with the app (it can do that).

Moving from JDK 1.7 to JDK 1.8 on Ubuntu

You can easily install 1.8 via PPA. Which can be done by:

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer

Then check the running version:

$ java -version

If you must do it manually there's already an answer for that on AskUbuntu here.

Sort rows in data.table in decreasing order on string key `order(-x,v)` gives error on data.table 1.9.4 or earlier

Update

data.table v1.9.6+ now supports OP's original attempt and the following answer is no longer necessary.


You can use DT[order(-rank(x), y)].

   x y v
1: c 1 7
2: c 3 8
3: c 6 9
4: b 1 1
5: b 3 2
6: b 6 3
7: a 1 4
8: a 3 5
9: a 6 6

Is it possible to open developer tools console in Chrome on Android phone?

You can do it using remote debugging, here is official documentation. Basic process:

  1. Connect your android device
  2. Select your device: More tools > Inspect devices* from dev tools on pc/mac.
  3. Authorize on your mobile.
  4. Happy debugging!!

* This is now "Remote devices".

How do I remove the "extended attributes" on a file in Mac OS X?

Another recursive approach:

# change directory to target folder:
cd /Volumes/path/to/folder

# find all things of type "f" (file), 
# then pipe "|" each result as an argument (xargs -0) 
# to the "xattr -c" command:
find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 xattr -c

# Sometimes you may have to use a star * instead of the dot.
# The dot just means "here" (whereever your cd'd to
find * -type f -print0 | xargs -0 xattr -c

Transpose a matrix in Python

If we wanted to return the same matrix we would write:

return [[ m[row][col] for col in range(0,width) ] for row in range(0,height) ]

What this does is it iterates over a matrix m by going through each row and returning each element in each column. So the order would be like:

[[1,2,3],
[4,5,6],
[7,8,9]]

Now for question 3, we instead want to go column by column, returning each element in each row. So the order would be like:

[[1,4,7],
[2,5,8],
[3,6,9]]

Therefore just switch the order in which we iterate:

return [[ m[row][col] for row in range(0,height) ] for col in range(0,width) ]

How to connect android emulator to the internet

[EDIT] For more recent version of Android Studio, the emulator you need to use is no longer in the ~/Library/Android/sdk/tools folder but in ~/LibraryAndroid/sdk/emulator. If while trying the below solution you get the following message "PANIC: Missing emulator engine program for 'x86' CPU.”, then please refer to https://stackoverflow.com/a/49511666 to update your bash environment.

Operating System : Mac OS X El Capitan

IDE : Android Studio 2.2

For some reasons, I wasn't able to access internet through my AVD at work (probably proxy or network configuration issues). What did the trick for me was to launch in command line my AVD and giving manually the Google public DNS 8.8.8.8.

In your Terminal go to the folder tools of your Android sdk to find the 'emulator' program:

cd ~/Library/Android/sdk/tools

Then retrieve the name of your AVDs :

emulator -list-avds

It will return you something like this:

Android_Wear_Round_API_23
Nexus_10_API_22
Nexus_5X_API_22
Nexus_5X_API_24
Nexus_9_API_24

Then launch the AVD you would like with the following instructions:

emulator -avd NameOfYourDevice -dns-server 8.8.8.8

Your AVD is launched and you should be able to use internet.

Uri content://media/external/file doesn't exist for some devices

Most probably it has to do with caching on the device. Catching the exception and ignoring is not nice but my problem was fixed and it seems to work.

How to plot time series in python

Convert your x-axis data from text to datetime.datetime, use datetime.strptime:

>>> from datetime import datetime
>>> datetime.strptime("2012-may-31 19:00", "%Y-%b-%d %H:%M")
 datetime.datetime(2012, 5, 31, 19, 0)

This is an example of how to plot data once you have an array of datetimes:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import datetime
import numpy as np

x = np.array([datetime.datetime(2013, 9, 28, i, 0) for i in range(24)])
y = np.random.randint(100, size=x.shape)

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

enter image description here

Print an ArrayList with a for-each loop

Your code works. If you don't have any output, you may have "forgotten" to add some values to the list:

// add values
list.add("one");
list.add("two");

// your code
for (String object: list) {
    System.out.println(object);
}

How to use ArrayAdapter<myClass>

Here's a quick and dirty example of how to use an ArrayAdapter if you don't want to bother yourself with extending the mother class:

class MyClass extends Activity {
    private ArrayAdapter<String> mAdapter = null;

    @Override
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        mAdapter = new ArrayAdapter<String>(getApplicationContext(),
            android.R.layout.simple_dropdown_item_1line, android.R.id.text1);

        final ListView list = (ListView) findViewById(R.id.list);
        list.setAdapter(mAdapter);

        //Add Some Items in your list:
        for (int i = 1; i <= 10; i++) {
            mAdapter.add("Item " + i);
        }

        // And if you want selection feedback:
        list.setOnItemClickListener(new OnItemClickListener() {
            @Override
            public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {
                //Do whatever you want with the selected item
                Log.d(TAG, mAdapter.getItem(position) + " has been selected!");
            }
        });
    }
}

PHP filesize MB/KB conversion

Here is a sample:

<?php
// Snippet from PHP Share: http://www.phpshare.org

    function formatSizeUnits($bytes)
    {
        if ($bytes >= 1073741824)
        {
            $bytes = number_format($bytes / 1073741824, 2) . ' GB';
        }
        elseif ($bytes >= 1048576)
        {
            $bytes = number_format($bytes / 1048576, 2) . ' MB';
        }
        elseif ($bytes >= 1024)
        {
            $bytes = number_format($bytes / 1024, 2) . ' KB';
        }
        elseif ($bytes > 1)
        {
            $bytes = $bytes . ' bytes';
        }
        elseif ($bytes == 1)
        {
            $bytes = $bytes . ' byte';
        }
        else
        {
            $bytes = '0 bytes';
        }

        return $bytes;
}
?>

Regex to extract substring, returning 2 results for some reason

I've just had the same problem.

You only get the text twice in your result if you include a match group (in brackets) and the 'g' (global) modifier. The first item always is the first result, normally OK when using match(reg) on a short string, however when using a construct like:

while ((result = reg.exec(string)) !== null){
    console.log(result);
}

the results are a little different.

Try the following code:

var regEx = new RegExp('([0-9]+ (cat|fish))','g'), sampleString="1 cat and 2 fish";
var result = sample_string.match(regEx);
console.log(JSON.stringify(result));
// ["1 cat","2 fish"]

var reg = new RegExp('[0-9]+ (cat|fish)','g'), sampleString="1 cat and 2 fish";
while ((result = reg.exec(sampleString)) !== null) {
    console.dir(JSON.stringify(result))
};
// '["1 cat","cat"]'
// '["2 fish","fish"]'

var reg = new RegExp('([0-9]+ (cat|fish))','g'), sampleString="1 cat and 2 fish";
while ((result = reg.exec(sampleString)) !== null){
    console.dir(JSON.stringify(result))
};
// '["1 cat","1 cat","cat"]'
// '["2 fish","2 fish","fish"]'

(tested on recent V8 - Chrome, Node.js)

The best answer is currently a comment which I can't upvote, so credit to @Mic.

iPhone UITextField - Change placeholder text color

[txt_field setValue:ColorFromHEX(@"#525252") forKeyPath:@"_placeholderLabel.textColor"];

ld.exe: cannot open output file ... : Permission denied

I had the same behaviour, and fixed it by running Code::Blocks as administrator.

How does it work - requestLocationUpdates() + LocationRequest/Listener

You are implementing LocationListener in your activity MainActivity. The call for concurrent location updates will therefor be like this:

mLocationClient.requestLocationUpdates(mLocationRequest, this);

Be sure that the LocationListener you're implementing is from the google api, that is import this:

import com.google.android.gms.location.LocationListener;

and not this:

import android.location.LocationListener;

and it should work just fine.

It's also important that the LocationClient really is connected before you do this. I suggest you don't call it in the onCreate or onStart methods, but in onResume. It is all explained quite well in the tutorial for Google Location Api: https://developer.android.com/training/location/index.html

Is a LINQ statement faster than a 'foreach' loop?

This is actually quite a complex question. Linq makes certain things very easy to do, that if you implement them yourself, you might stumble over (e.g. linq .Except()). This particularly applies to PLinq, and especially to parallel aggregation as implemented by PLinq.

In general, for identical code, linq will be slower, because of the overhead of delegate invocation.

If, however, you are processing a large array of data, and applying relatively simple calculations to the elements, you will get a huge performance increase if:

  1. You use an array to store the data.
  2. You use a for loop to access each element (as opposed to foreach or linq).

    • Note: When benchmarking, please everyone remember - if you use the same array/list for two consecutive tests, the CPU cache will make the second one faster. *

Bootstrap 3 hidden-xs makes row narrower

.row {
    margin-right: 15px;
}

throw this in your CSS

Convert integer to hexadecimal and back again

int to hex:

int a = 72;

Console.WriteLine("{0:X}", a);

hex to int:

int b = 0xB76;

Console.WriteLine(b);

Install python 2.6 in CentOS

You could also use the EPEL-repository, and then do sudo yum install python26 to install python 2.6

Switch statement: must default be the last case?

One scenario where I would consider it appropriate to have a 'default' located somewhere other than the end of a case statement is in a state machine where an invalid state should reset the machine and proceed as though it were the initial state. For example:

switch(widget_state)
{
  default:  /* Fell off the rails--reset and continue */
    widget_state = WIDGET_START;
    /* Fall through */
  case WIDGET_START:
    ...
    break;
  case WIDGET_WHATEVER:
    ...
    break;
}

an alternative arrangement, if an invalid state should not reset the machine but should be readily identifiable as an invalid state:

switch(widget_state) { case WIDGET_IDLE: widget_ready = 0; widget_hardware_off(); break; case WIDGET_START: ... break; case WIDGET_WHATEVER: ... break; default: widget_state = WIDGET_INVALID_STATE; /* Fall through */ case WIDGET_INVALID_STATE: widget_ready = 0; widget_hardware_off(); ... do whatever else is necessary to establish a "safe" condition }

Code elsewhere may then check for (widget_state == WIDGET_INVALID_STATE) and provide whatever error-reporting or state-reset behavior seems appropriate. For example, the status-bar code could show an error icon, and the "start widget" menu option which is disabled in most non-idle states could be enabled for WIDGET_INVALID_STATE as well as WIDGET_IDLE.

UITextField text change event

SwiftUI

If you are using the native SwiftUI TextField or just using the UIKit UITextField (here is how), you can observe for text changes like:

SwiftUI 2.0

From iOS 14, macOS 11, or any other OS contains SwiftUI 2.0, there is a new modifier called .onChange that detects any change of the given state:

struct ContentView: View {
    @State var text: String = ""

    var body: some View {
        TextField("Enter text here", text: $text)
            .onChange(of: text) {
                print($0) // You can do anything due to the change here.
                // self.autocomplete($0) // like this
            }
    }
}

SwiftUI 1.0

For older iOS and other SwiftUI 1.0 platforms, you can use onReceive with the help of the combine framework:

import Combine
.onReceive(Just(text)) { 
    print($0)
}

Note that you can use text.publisher instead of Just(text) but it returns the change instead of the entire value.

In PowerShell, how can I test if a variable holds a numeric value?

$itisint=$true
try{
 [int]$vartotest
}catch{
 "error converting to int"
 $itisint=$false
}

this is more universal, because this way you can test also strings (read from a file for example) if they represent number. The other solutions using -is [int] result in false if you would have "123" as string in a variable. This also works on machines with older powershell then 5.1

How to copy a file to a remote server in Python using SCP or SSH?

A very simple approach is the following:

import os
os.system('sshpass -p "password" scp user@host:/path/to/file ./')

No python library are required (only os), and it works, however using this method relies on another ssh client to be installed. This could result in undesired behavior if ran on another system.

Memory errors and list limits?

The MemoryError exception that you are seeing is the direct result of running out of available RAM. This could be caused by either the 2GB per program limit imposed by Windows (32bit programs), or lack of available RAM on your computer. (This link is to a previous question).

You should be able to extend the 2GB by using 64bit copy of Python, provided you are using a 64bit copy of windows.

The IndexError would be caused because Python hit the MemoryError exception before calculating the entire array. Again this is a memory issue.

To get around this problem you could try to use a 64bit copy of Python or better still find a way to write you results to file. To this end look at numpy's memory mapped arrays.

You should be able to run you entire set of calculation into one of these arrays as the actual data will be written disk, and only a small portion of it held in memory.

Open Url in default web browser

Try this:

import React, { useCallback } from "react";
import { Linking } from "react-native";
OpenWEB = () => {
  Linking.openURL(url);
};

const App = () => {
  return <View onPress={() => OpenWeb}>OPEN YOUR WEB</View>;
};

Hope this will solve your problem.

Posting a File and Associated Data to a RESTful WebService preferably as JSON

Since the only missing example is the ANDROID example, I'll add it. This technique uses a custom AsyncTask that should be declared inside your Activity class.

private class UploadFile extends AsyncTask<Void, Integer, String> {
    @Override
    protected void onPreExecute() {
        // set a status bar or show a dialog to the user here
        super.onPreExecute();
    }

    @Override
    protected void onProgressUpdate(Integer... progress) {
        // progress[0] is the current status (e.g. 10%)
        // here you can update the user interface with the current status
    }

    @Override
    protected String doInBackground(Void... params) {
        return uploadFile();
    }

    private String uploadFile() {

        String responseString = null;
        HttpClient httpClient = new DefaultHttpClient();
        HttpPost httpPost = new HttpPost("http://example.com/upload-file");

        try {
            AndroidMultiPartEntity ampEntity = new AndroidMultiPartEntity(
                new ProgressListener() {
                    @Override
                        public void transferred(long num) {
                            // this trigger the progressUpdate event
                            publishProgress((int) ((num / (float) totalSize) * 100));
                        }
            });

            File myFile = new File("/my/image/path/example.jpg");

            ampEntity.addPart("fileFieldName", new FileBody(myFile));

            totalSize = ampEntity.getContentLength();
            httpPost.setEntity(ampEntity);

            // Making server call
            HttpResponse httpResponse = httpClient.execute(httpPost);
            HttpEntity httpEntity = httpResponse.getEntity();

            int statusCode = httpResponse.getStatusLine().getStatusCode();
            if (statusCode == 200) {
                responseString = EntityUtils.toString(httpEntity);
            } else {
                responseString = "Error, http status: "
                        + statusCode;
            }

        } catch (Exception e) {
            responseString = e.getMessage();
        }
        return responseString;
    }

    @Override
    protected void onPostExecute(String result) {
        // if you want update the user interface with upload result
        super.onPostExecute(result);
    }

}

So, when you want to upload your file just call:

new UploadFile().execute();

Java: Identifier expected

Try it like this instead, move your myclass items inside a main method:

    class UserInput {
      public void name() {
        System.out.println("This is a test.");
      }
    }

    public class MyClass {

        public static void main( String args[] )
        {
            UserInput input = new UserInput();
            input.name();
        }

    }

Where is the itoa function in Linux?

I would prefer this: https://github.com/wsq003/itoa_for_linux

It should be the fastest itoa() ever. We use itoa() instead of sprintf() for performance reason, so a fastest itoa() with limited feature is reasonable and worthwhile.

Adding null values to arraylist

You could create Util class:

public final class CollectionHelpers {
    public static <T> boolean addNullSafe(List<T> list, T element) {
        if (list == null || element == null) {
            return false;
        }

        return list.add(element);
    }
}

And then use it:

Element element = getElementFromSomeWhere(someParameter);
List<Element> arrayList = new ArrayList<>();
CollectionHelpers.addNullSafe(list, element);

How to load data to hive from HDFS without removing the source file?

An alternative to 'LOAD DATA' is available in which the data will not be moved from your existing source location to hive data warehouse location.

You can use ALTER TABLE command with 'LOCATION' option. Here is below required command

ALTER TABLE table_name ADD PARTITION (date_col='2017-02-07') LOCATION 'hdfs/path/to/location/'

The only condition here is, the location should be a directory instead of file.

Hope this will solve the problem.

Convert `List<string>` to comma-separated string

In .NET 4 you don't need the ToArray() call - string.Join is overloaded to accept IEnumerable<T> or just IEnumerable<string>.

There are potentially more efficient ways of doing it before .NET 4, but do you really need them? Is this actually a bottleneck in your code?

You could iterate over the list, work out the final size, allocate a StringBuilder of exactly the right size, then do the join yourself. That would avoid the extra array being built for little reason - but it wouldn't save much time and it would be a lot more code.

What is Android's file system?

Android supports all filesystems supported by the Linux kernel, except for a few ported ones like NTFS.

The SD card is formatted as ext3, for example.

Is it fine to have foreign key as primary key?

Short answer: DEPENDS.... In this particular case, it might be fine. However, experts will recommend against it just about every time; including your case.

Why?

Keys are seldomly unique in tables when they are foreign (originated in another table) to the table in question. For example, an item ID might be unique in an ITEMS table, but not in an ORDERS table, since the same type of item will most likely exist in another order. Likewise, order IDs might be unique (might) in the ORDERS table, but not in some other table like ORDER_DETAILS where an order with multiple line items can exist and to query against a particular item in a particular order, you need the concatenation of two FK (order_id and item_id) as the PK for this table.

I am not DB expert, but if you can justify logically to have an auto-generated value as your PK, I would do that. If this is not practical, then a concatenation of two (or maybe more) FK could serve as your PK. BUT, I cannot think of any case where a single FK value can be justified as the PK.

How to get absolute value from double - c-language

  //use fabs()
  double sum_primary_diagonal=0;
  double sum_secondary_diagonal=0;
  double difference = fabs(sum_primary_diagonal - sum_secondary_diagonal);

Get immediate first child element

Both these will give you the first child node:

console.log(parentElement.firstChild); // or
console.log(parentElement.childNodes[0]);

If you need the first child that is an element node then use:

console.log(parentElement.children[0]);

Edit

Ah, I see your problem now; parentElement is an array.

If you know that getElementsByClassName will only return one result, which it seems you do, you should use [0] to dearray (yes, I made that word up) the element:

var parentElement = document.getElementsByClassName("uniqueClassName")[0];

Angularjs if-then-else construction in expression

This can be done in one line.

{{corretor.isAdministrador && 'YES' || 'NÂO'}}

Usage in a td tag:

<td class="text-center">{{corretor.isAdministrador && 'Sim' || 'Não'}}</td>

Why do we check up to the square root of a prime number to determine if it is prime?

If a number n is not a prime, it can be factored into two factors a and b:

n = a * b

Now a and b can't be both greater than the square root of n, since then the product a * b would be greater than sqrt(n) * sqrt(n) = n. So in any factorization of n, at least one of the factors must be smaller than the square root of n, and if we can't find any factors less than or equal to the square root, n must be a prime.

UICollectionView Self Sizing Cells with Auto Layout

In iOS 10+ this is a very simple 2 step process.

  1. Ensure that all your cell contents are placed within a single UIView (or inside a descendant of UIView like UIStackView which simplifies autolayout a lot). Just like with dynamically resizing UITableViewCells, the whole view hierarchy needs to have constraints configured, from the outermost container to the innermost view. That includes constraints between the UICollectionViewCell and the immediate childview

  2. Instruct the flowlayout of your UICollectionView to size automatically

    yourFlowLayout.estimatedItemSize = UICollectionViewFlowLayout.automaticSize
    

How do I 'svn add' all unversioned files to SVN?

This is the lazy and dangerous way to synchronize a directory with SVN including new files:

svn rm --keep-local dir
svn add dir

Although this can work in a pinch it can have serious consequences as well. For example, SVN will often lose track of a file's history.

The ideal way to syncronize a directory would be to be able to diff then use svn patch, however this deviates from formats in the diff command and the svn diff command will compare working directory differences rather than differences on the file system level.

how to remove css property using javascript?

You have two options:

OPTION 1:

You can use removeProperty method. It will remove a style from an element.

el.style.removeProperty('zoom');

OPTION 2:

You can set it to the default value:

el.style.zoom = "";

The effective zoom will now be whatever follows from the definitions set in the stylesheets (through link and style tags). So this syntax will only modify the local style of this element.

Get environment variable value in Dockerfile

add -e key for passing environment variables to container. example:

$ MYSQLHOSTIP=$(sudo docker inspect -format="{{ .NetworkSettings.IPAddress }}" $MYSQL_CONRAINER_ID)
$ sudo docker run -e DBIP=$MYSQLHOSTIP -i -t myimage /bin/bash

root@87f235949a13:/# echo $DBIP
172.17.0.2

android fragment- How to save states of views in a fragment when another fragment is pushed on top of it

if you are handling the config changes in your fragment activity specified in android manifest like this

<activity
    android:name=".courses.posts.EditPostActivity"
    android:configChanges="keyboardHidden|orientation"
    android:screenOrientation="unspecified" />

then the onSaveInstanceState of the fragment will not be invoked and the savedInstanceState object will always be null.

Zero-pad digits in string

The performance of str_pad heavily depends on the length of padding. For more consistent speed you can use str_repeat.

$padded_string = str_repeat("0", $length-strlen($number)) . $number;

Also use string value of the number for better performance.

$number = strval(123);

Tested on PHP 7.4

str_repeat: 0.086055040359497   (number: 123, padding: 1)
str_repeat: 0.085798978805542   (number: 123, padding: 3)
str_repeat: 0.085641145706177   (number: 123, padding: 10)
str_repeat: 0.091305017471313   (number: 123, padding: 100)

str_pad:    0.086184978485107   (number: 123, padding: 1)
str_pad:    0.096981048583984   (number: 123, padding: 3)
str_pad:    0.14874792098999    (number: 123, padding: 10)
str_pad:    0.85979700088501    (number: 123, padding: 100)

TypeError: $(...).modal is not a function with bootstrap Modal

After linking up your jquery and bootstrap write your code just below the Script tags of jquery and bootstrap.

_x000D_
_x000D_
$(document).ready(function($) {_x000D_
  $("#div").on("click", "a", function(event) {_x000D_
    event.preventDefault();_x000D_
    jQuery.noConflict();_x000D_
    $('#myModal').modal('show');_x000D_
_x000D_
  });_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<!-- jQuery library -->_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.4/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
_x000D_
<!-- Latest compiled JavaScript -->_x000D_
<script src="http://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.7/js/bootstrap.min.js"></script>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Android Design Support Library expandable Floating Action Button(FAB) menu

In case anyone is still looking for this functionality: I made an Android library that has this ability and much more, called ExpandableFab (https://github.com/nambicompany/expandable-fab).

The Material Design spec refers to this functionality as 'Speed Dial' and ExpandableFab implements it along with many additional features.

Nearly everything is customizable (colors, text, size, placement, margins, animations and more) and optional (don't need an Overlay, or FabOptions, or Labels, or icons, etc). Every property can be accessed or set through XML layouts or programmatically - whatever you prefer.

Written 100% in Kotlin but comes with full JavaDoc and KDoc (published API is well documented). Also comes with an example app so you can see different use cases with 0 coding.

Github: https://github.com/nambicompany/expandable-fab

Library website (w/ links to full documentation): https://nambicompany.github.io/expandable-fab/

Regular ExpandableFab implementing Material Design 'Speed Dial' functionality A highly customized ExpandableFab implementing Material Design 'Speed Dial' functionality

Comparison of DES, Triple DES, AES, blowfish encryption for data

                DES                               AES
Developed       1977                              2000
Key Length      56 bits                           128, 192, or 256 bits
Cipher Type     Symmetric                         Symmetric
Block Size      64 bits                           128 bits
Security        inadequate                        secure
Performance     Fast                              Slow

How to add Web API to an existing ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Application project?

UPDATE 11/22/2013 - this is the latest WebApi package:

Install-Package Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi

Original answer (this is an older WebApi package)

Install-Package AspNetWebApi

More details.

How to get started with Windows 7 gadgets

Here's an MSDN article on Vista Gadgets. Some preliminary documentation on 7 gadgets, and changes. I think the only major changes are that Gadgets don't reside in the Sidebar anymore, and as such "dock/undock events" are now backwards-compatibility cludges that really shouldn't be used.

Best way to get started is probably to just tweak an existing gadget. There's an example gadget in the above link, or you could pick a different one out on your own.

Gadgets are written in HTML, CSS, and some IE scripting language (generally Javascript, but I believe VBScript also works). For really fancy things you might need to create an ActiveX object, so C#/C++ for COM could be useful to know.

Gadgets are packaged as ".gadget" files, which are just renamed Zip archives that contain a gadget manifest (gadget.xml) in their top level.

How to load a xib file in a UIView

Create a XIB file :

File -> new File ->ios->cocoa touch class -> next

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make sure check mark "also create XIB file"

I would like to perform with tableview so I choosed subclass UITableViewCell

you can choose as your requerment

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XIB file desing as your wish (RestaurantTableViewCell.xib)

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we need to grab the row height to set table each row hegiht

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Now! need to huck them swift file . i am hucked the restaurantPhoto and restaurantName you can huck all of you .

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Now adding a UITableView

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name
The name of the nib file, which need not include the .nib extension.

owner
The object to assign as the nib’s File's Owner object.

options
A dictionary containing the options to use when opening the nib file.

first if you do not define first then grabing all view .. so you need to grab one view inside that set frist .

Bundle.main.loadNibNamed("yourUIView", owner: self, options: nil)?.first as! yourUIView

here is table view controller Full code

import UIKit

class RestaurantTableViewController: UIViewController ,UITableViewDataSource,UITableViewDelegate{

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()

        // Do any additional setup after loading the view.
    }

    override func didReceiveMemoryWarning() {
        super.didReceiveMemoryWarning()
        // Dispose of any resources that can be recreated.
    }
    func numberOfSections(in tableView: UITableView) -> Int {
        return 1
    }

    func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, numberOfRowsInSection section: Int) -> Int {
        return 5
    }
    func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) -> UITableViewCell {
        let restaurantTableviewCell = Bundle.main.loadNibNamed("RestaurantTableViewCell", owner: self, options: nil)?.first as! RestaurantTableViewCell

        restaurantTableviewCell.restaurantPhoto.image = UIImage(named: "image1")
        restaurantTableviewCell.restaurantName.text = "KFC Chicken"

        return restaurantTableviewCell
    }
   // set row height
    func tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, heightForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) -> CGFloat {
        return 150
    }

}

you done :)

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How to .gitignore all files/folder in a folder, but not the folder itself?

You can't commit empty folders in git. If you want it to show up, you need to put something in it, even just an empty file.

For example, add an empty file called .gitkeep to the folder you want to keep, then in your .gitignore file write:

# exclude everything
somefolder/*

# exception to the rule
!somefolder/.gitkeep 

Commit your .gitignore and .gitkeep files and this should resolve your issue.

Imitating a blink tag with CSS3 animations

I'm going to hell for this :

=keyframes($name)
  @-webkit-keyframes #{$name}
    @content
  @-moz-keyframes #{$name}
    @content
  @-ms-keyframes #{$name}
    @content
  @keyframes #{$name}
    @content


+keyframes(blink)
  25%
    zoom: 1
    opacity: 1

  65%
    opacity: 1 

  66%
    opacity: 0

  100%
    opacity: 0

body
  font-family: sans-serif
  font-size: 4em
  background: #222
  text-align: center

  .blink
    color: rgba(#fff, 0.9)
    +animation(blink 1s 0s reverse infinite)
    +transform(translateZ(0))

.table
  display: table
  height: 5em
  width: 100%
  vertical-align: middle

  .cell
    display: table-cell
    width: 100%
    height: 100%
    vertical-align: middle

http://codepen.io/anon/pen/kaGxC (sass with bourbon)

Vue - Deep watching an array of objects and calculating the change?

It is well defined behaviour. You cannot get the old value for a mutated object. That's because both the newVal and oldVal refer to the same object. Vue will not keep an old copy of an object that you mutated.

Had you replaced the object with another one, Vue would have provided you with correct references.

Read the Note section in the docs. (vm.$watch)

More on this here and here.

npm WARN package.json: No repository field

To avoid warnings like:

npm WARN [email protected] No repository field.

You must define repository in your project package.json. In the case when you are developing with no publishing to the repository you can set "private": true in package.json

Example:

{
  "name": "test.loc",
  "version": "1.0.0",
  "private": true,
  ...
  "license": "ISC"
}

NPM documentation about this: https://docs.npmjs.com/files/package.json

Reading a string with spaces with sscanf

The following line will start reading a number (%d) followed by anything different from tabs or newlines (%[^\t\n]).

sscanf("19 cool kid", "%d %[^\t\n]", &age, buffer);

How to stop process from .BAT file?

Here is how to kill one or more process from a .bat file.

Step 1. Open a preferred text editor and create a new file.

step 2. To kill one process use the 'taskkill' command, with the '/im' parameter that specifies the image name of the process to be terminated. Example:

taskkill /im examplename.exe

To 'force' kill a process use the '/f' parameter which specifies that processes be forcefully terminated. Example:

taskkill /f /im somecorporateprocess.exe

To kill more than one process you rinse and repeat the first part of step 2. Example:

taskkill /im examplename.exe
taskkill /im examplename1.exe
taskkill /im examplename2.exe

or

taskkill /f /im examplename.exe
taskkill /f /im examplename1.exe
taskkill /f /im examplename2.exe

step 3. Save your file to desired location with the .bat extension.

step 4. click newly created bat file to run it.

Combination of async function + await + setTimeout

This is a quicker fix in one-liner.

Hope this will help.

// WAIT FOR 200 MILISECONDS TO GET DATA //
await setTimeout(()=>{}, 200);

Get all table names of a particular database by SQL query?

select * from sys.tables
order by schema_id      --comments: order by 'schema_id' to get the 'tables' in 'object explorer order'
go

ERROR 1044 (42000): Access denied for user ''@'localhost' to database 'db'

You may need to set up a root account for your MySQL database:

In the terminal type:

mysqladmin -u root password 'root password goes here'

And then to invoke the MySQL client:

mysql -h localhost -u root -p

'Connect-MsolService' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet

This issue can occur if the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell isn't loaded correctly.

To resolve this issue, follow these steps.
1.Install the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell on the computer (if it isn't already installed). To install the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell, go to the following Microsoft website:
Manage Azure AD using Windows PowerShell

2.If the MSOnline module isn't present, use Windows PowerShell to import the MSOnline module.

Import-Module MSOnline 

After it complete, we can use this command to check it.

PS C:\Users> Get-Module -ListAvailable -Name MSOnline*


    Directory: C:\windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules


ModuleType Version    Name                                ExportedCommands
---------- -------    ----                                ----------------
Manifest   1.1.166.0  MSOnline                            {Get-MsolDevice, Remove-MsolDevice, Enable-MsolDevice, Disable-MsolDevice...}
Manifest   1.1.166.0  MSOnlineExtended                    {Get-MsolDevice, Remove-MsolDevice, Enable-MsolDevice, Disable-MsolDevice...}

More information about this issue, please refer to it.


Update:

We should import azure AD powershell to VS 2015, we can add tool and select Azure AD powershell.

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Difference between spring @Controller and @RestController annotation

@Controller is used in legacy systems which use JSPs. it can return views. @RestController is to mark the controller is providing REST services with JSON response type. so it wraps @Controller and @ResponseBody annotations together.

Download an SVN repository?

If you want a GUI to access SVN repos you can use http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/ (and its Repobrwoser) If you want a browser based tool, to browse ANY SVN repo without installing SVn on your machine, i don't such a tool. I know only tools to install to your webserver and needed a installed SVN client on these server. To checkout or export a svn repo you need a svn client. (or you copy the files from the command line =) )

How to compile and run C/C++ in a Unix console/Mac terminal?

Use a makefile. Even for very small (= one-file) projects, the effort is probably worth it because you can have several sets of compiler settings to test things. Debugging and deployment works much easier this way.

Read the make manual, it seems quite long at first glance but most sections you can just skim over. All in all it took me a few hours and made me much more productive.

What is “2's Complement”?

Two complement is found out by adding one to 1'st complement of the given number. Lets say we have to find out twos complement of 10101 then find its ones complement, that is, 01010 add 1 to this result, that is, 01010+1=01011, which is the final answer.

SQL Server function to return minimum date (January 1, 1753)

Enter the date as a native value 'yyyymmdd' to avoid regional issues:

select cast('17530101' as datetime)

Yes, it would be great if TSQL had MinDate() = '00010101', but no such luck.

Is there a NumPy function to return the first index of something in an array?

Just to add a very performant and handy alternative based on np.ndenumerate to find the first index:

from numba import njit
import numpy as np

@njit
def index(array, item):
    for idx, val in np.ndenumerate(array):
        if val == item:
            return idx
    # If no item was found return None, other return types might be a problem due to
    # numbas type inference.

This is pretty fast and deals naturally with multidimensional arrays:

>>> arr1 = np.ones((100, 100, 100))
>>> arr1[2, 2, 2] = 2

>>> index(arr1, 2)
(2, 2, 2)

>>> arr2 = np.ones(20)
>>> arr2[5] = 2

>>> index(arr2, 2)
(5,)

This can be much faster (because it's short-circuiting the operation) than any approach using np.where or np.nonzero.


However np.argwhere could also deal gracefully with multidimensional arrays (you would need to manually cast it to a tuple and it's not short-circuited) but it would fail if no match is found:

>>> tuple(np.argwhere(arr1 == 2)[0])
(2, 2, 2)
>>> tuple(np.argwhere(arr2 == 2)[0])
(5,)

Generating Request/Response XML from a WSDL

The easiest way is to use this chrome extension link, happy web service requesting

AngularJS app.run() documentation?

Specifically...

How and where is app.run() used? After module definition or after app.config(), after app.controller()?

Where:

In your package.js E.g. /packages/dashboard/public/controllers/dashboard.js

How:

Make it look like this

var app = angular.module('mean.dashboard', ['ui.bootstrap']);

app.controller('DashboardController', ['$scope', 'Global', 'Dashboard',
    function($scope, Global, Dashboard) {
        $scope.global = Global;
        $scope.package = {
            name: 'dashboard'
        };
        // ...
    }
]);

app.run(function(editableOptions) {
    editableOptions.theme = 'bs3'; // bootstrap3 theme. Can be also 'bs2', 'default'
});

Select rows where column is null

Use Is Null

select * from tblName where clmnName is null    

Setting action for back button in navigation controller

At least in Xcode 5, there is a simple and pretty good (not perfect) solution. In IB, drag a Bar Button Item off the Utilities pane and drop it on the left side of the Navigation Bar where the Back button would be. Set the label to "Back." You will have a functioning button that you can tie to your IBAction and close your viewController. I'm doing some work and then triggering an unwind segue and it works perfectly.

What isn't ideal is that this button does not get the < arrow and does not carry forward the previous VCs title, but I think this can be managed. For my purposes, I set the new Back button to be a "Done" button so it's purpose is clear.

You also end up with two Back buttons in the IB navigator, but it is easy enough to label it for clarity.

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

Outputting just the Error messages themselves wasn't sufficient for me, but this did the trick.

var modelQuery = (from kvp in ModelState
                  let field = kvp.Key
                  let state = kvp.Value
                  where state.Errors.Count > 0
                  let val = state.Value?.AttemptedValue ?? "[NULL]"

                  let errors = string.Join(";", state.Errors.Select(err => err.ErrorMessage))
                  select string.Format("{0}:[{1}] (ERRORS: {2})", field, val, errors));

Trace.WriteLine(string.Join(Environment.NewLine, modelQuery));

Jasmine JavaScript Testing - toBe vs toEqual

For primitive types (e.g. numbers, booleans, strings, etc.), there is no difference between toBe and toEqual; either one will work for 5, true, or "the cake is a lie".

To understand the difference between toBe and toEqual, let's imagine three objects.

var a = { bar: 'baz' },
    b = { foo: a },
    c = { foo: a };

Using a strict comparison (===), some things are "the same":

> b.foo.bar === c.foo.bar
true

> b.foo.bar === a.bar
true

> c.foo === b.foo
true

But some things, even though they are "equal", are not "the same", since they represent objects that live in different locations in memory.

> b === c
false

Jasmine's toBe matcher is nothing more than a wrapper for a strict equality comparison

expect(c.foo).toBe(b.foo)

is the same thing as

expect(c.foo === b.foo).toBe(true)

Don't just take my word for it; see the source code for toBe.

But b and c represent functionally equivalent objects; they both look like

{ foo: { bar: 'baz' } }

Wouldn't it be great if we could say that b and c are "equal" even if they don't represent the same object?

Enter toEqual, which checks "deep equality" (i.e. does a recursive search through the objects to determine whether the values for their keys are equivalent). Both of the following tests will pass:

expect(b).not.toBe(c);
expect(b).toEqual(c);

Hope that helps clarify some things.

Is there a label/goto in Python?

I think while loop is alternate for the "goto_Statement". Because after 3.6 goto loop is not working anymore. I also write an example of the while loop.

str1 = "stop"
while str1 == "back":
    var1 = int(input(" Enter Ist Number: "))
    var2 = int(input(" Enter 2nd Number: "))
    var3 = print("""  What is your next operation
                      For Addition   Press And Enter : 'A'
                      For Muliplt    Press And Enter : 'M'
                      For Division   Press And Enter : 'D'
                      For Subtaction Press And Enter : 'S' """)

    var4 = str(input("For operation press any number : "))
    if(var1 == 45) and (var2 == 3):
        print("555")
    elif(var1 == 56) and (var2 == 9):
        print("77")
    elif(var1 == 56) and (var2 == 6):
        print("4")
    else:
        if(var4 == "A" or "a"):
            print(var1 + var2)
        if(var4 == "M" or "m"):
            print(var1 * var2)
        if(var4 == "D" or "d"):
            print(var1 / var2)
        if(var4 == "S" or "s"):
            print(var1 - var2)

    print("if you want to continue then type  'stop'")

    str1 = input()
print("Strt again")    

How can I drop a table if there is a foreign key constraint in SQL Server?

You must drop the constraint before you can drop the table.Other wise its rule violation. How to get foreign key relationships see this old question. SQL DROP TABLE foreign key constraint

How to perform Join between multiple tables in LINQ lambda

take look at this sample code from my project

public static IList<Letter> GetDepartmentLettersLinq(int departmentId)
{
    IEnumerable<Letter> allDepartmentLetters =
        from allLetter in LetterService.GetAllLetters()
        join allUser in UserService.GetAllUsers() on allLetter.EmployeeID equals allUser.ID into usersGroup
        from user in usersGroup.DefaultIfEmpty()// here is the tricky part
        join allDepartment in DepartmentService.GetAllDepartments() on user.DepartmentID equals allDepartment.ID
        where allDepartment.ID == departmentId
        select allLetter;

    return allDepartmentLetters.ToArray();
}

in this code I joined 3 tables and I spited join condition from where clause

note: the Services classes are just warped(encapsulate) the database operations

Cannot execute RUN mkdir in a Dockerfile

When creating subdirectories hanging off from a non-existing parent directory(s) you must pass the -p flag to mkdir ... Please update your Dockerfile with

RUN mkdir -p ... 

I tested this and it's correct.

Unit testing with mockito for constructors

Mockito can now mock constructors (since version 3.5.0) https://javadoc.io/static/org.mockito/mockito-core/3.5.13/org/mockito/Mockito.html#mocked_construction

try (MockedConstruction mocked = mockConstruction(Foo.class)) {
   Foo foo = new Foo();
   when(foo.method()).thenReturn("bar");
   assertEquals("bar", foo.method());
   verify(foo).method();
 }

android: how to use getApplication and getApplicationContext from non activity / service class

try this, calling the activity in the constructor

public class WebService {
private Activity activity;

        public WebService(Activity _activity){
            activity=_activity;
            helper=new Helper(activity);

        }
}

Using Regular Expressions to Extract a Value in Java

This function collect all matching sequences from string. In this example it takes all email addresses from string.

static final String EMAIL_PATTERN = "[_A-Za-z0-9-\\+]+(\\.[_A-Za-z0-9-]+)*@"
        + "[A-Za-z0-9-]+(\\.[A-Za-z0-9]+)*(\\.[A-Za-z]{2,})";

public List<String> getAllEmails(String message) {      
    List<String> result = null;
    Matcher matcher = Pattern.compile(EMAIL_PATTERN).matcher(message);

    if (matcher.find()) {
        result = new ArrayList<String>();
        result.add(matcher.group());

        while (matcher.find()) {
            result.add(matcher.group());
        }
    }

    return result;
}

For message = "[email protected], <[email protected]>>>> [email protected]" it will create List of 3 elements.

How do I replace a character at a particular index in JavaScript?

There are lot of answers here, and all of them are based on two methods:

  • METHOD1: split the string using two substrings and stuff the character between them
  • METHOD2: convert the string to character array, replace one array member and join it

Personally, I would use these two methods in different cases. Let me explain.

@FabioPhms: Your method was the one I initially used and I was afraid that it is bad on string with lots of characters. However, question is what's a lot of characters? I tested it on 10 "lorem ipsum" paragraphs and it took a few milliseconds. Then I tested it on 10 times larger string - there was really no big difference. Hm.

@vsync, @Cory Mawhorter: Your comments are unambiguous; however, again, what is a large string? I agree that for 32...100kb performance should better and one should use substring-variant for this one operation of character replacement.

But what will happen if I have to make quite a few replacements?

I needed to perform my own tests to prove what is faster in that case. Let's say we have an algorithm that will manipulate a relatively short string that consists of 1000 characters. We expect that in average each character in that string will be replaced ~100 times. So, the code to test something like this is:

var str = "... {A LARGE STRING HERE} ...";

for(var i=0; i<100000; i++)
{
  var n = '' + Math.floor(Math.random() * 10);
  var p = Math.floor(Math.random() * 1000);
  // replace character *n* on position *p*
}

I created a fiddle for this, and it's here. There are two tests, TEST1 (substring) and TEST2 (array conversion).

Results:

  • TEST1: 195ms
  • TEST2: 6ms

It seems that array conversion beats substring by 2 orders of magnitude! So - what the hell happened here???

What actually happens is that all operations in TEST2 are done on array itself, using assignment expression like strarr2[p] = n. Assignment is really fast compared to substring on a large string, and its clear that it's going to win.

So, it's all about choosing the right tool for the job. Again.

How do I check that a Java String is not all whitespaces?

if(target.matches("\\S")) 
    // then string contains at least one non-whitespace character

Note use of back-slash cap-S, meaning "non-whitespace char"

I'd wager this is the simplest (and perhaps the fastest?) solution.

Empty brackets '[]' appearing when using .where

Stuarts' answer is correct, but if you are not sure if you are saving the titles in lowercase, you can also make a case insensitive search

There are a lot of answered questions in Stack Overflow with more data on this:

Example 1

Example 2

How to autosize a textarea using Prototype?

One refinement to some of these answers is to let CSS do more of the work.

The basic route seems to be:

  1. Create a container element to hold the textarea and a hidden div
  2. Using Javascript, keep the textarea’s contents synced with the div’s
  3. Let the browser do the work of calculating the height of that div
  4. Because the browser handles rendering / sizing the hidden div, we avoid explicitly setting the textarea’s height.

_x000D_
_x000D_
document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', () => {_x000D_
    textArea.addEventListener('change', autosize, false)_x000D_
    textArea.addEventListener('keydown', autosize, false)_x000D_
    textArea.addEventListener('keyup', autosize, false)_x000D_
    autosize()_x000D_
}, false)_x000D_
_x000D_
function autosize() {_x000D_
    // Copy textarea contents to div browser will calculate correct height_x000D_
    // of copy, which will make overall container taller, which will make_x000D_
    // textarea taller._x000D_
    textCopy.innerHTML = textArea.value.replace(/\n/g, '<br/>')_x000D_
}
_x000D_
html, body, textarea {_x000D_
    font-family: sans-serif;_x000D_
    font-size: 14px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.textarea-container {_x000D_
    position: relative;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.textarea-container > div, .textarea-container > textarea {_x000D_
    word-wrap: break-word; /* make sure the div and the textarea wrap words in the same way */_x000D_
    box-sizing: border-box;_x000D_
    padding: 2px;_x000D_
    width: 100%;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.textarea-container > textarea {_x000D_
    overflow: hidden;_x000D_
    position: absolute;_x000D_
    height: 100%;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.textarea-container > div {_x000D_
    padding-bottom: 1.5em; /* A bit more than one additional line of text. */ _x000D_
    visibility: hidden;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="textarea-container">_x000D_
    <textarea id="textArea"></textarea>_x000D_
    <div id="textCopy"></div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

! [rejected] master -> master (fetch first)

Use this command:

git push -f origin master --force

How to loop through a collection that supports IEnumerable?

or even a very classic old fashion method

IEnumerable<string> collection = new List<string>() { "a", "b", "c" };

for(int i = 0; i < collection.Count(); i++) 
{
    string str1 = collection.ElementAt(i);
    // do your stuff   
}

maybe you would like this method also :-)

Delete all local git branches

If you want to keep master, develop and all remote branches. Delete all local branches which are not present on Github anymore.

$ git fetch --prune

$ git branch | grep -v "origin" | grep -v "develop" | grep -v "master" | xargs git branch -D

1] It will delete remote refs that are no longer in use on the remote repository.

2] This will get list of all your branches. Remove branch containing master, develop or origin (remote branches) from the list. Delete all branches in list.

Warning - This deletes your own local branches as well. So do this when you have merged your branch and doing a cleanup after merge, delete.

The backend version is not supported to design database diagrams or tables

I was having the same problem, although I solved out by creating the table using a script query instead of doing it graphically. See the snipped below:

USE [Database_Name]
GO

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Table_Name](
[tableID] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
[column_2] [datatype] NOT NULL,
[column_3] [datatype] NOT NULL,

CONSTRAINT [PK_Table_Name] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
(
[tableID] ASC
)
)

Android selector & text color

And selector is the answer here as well.

Search for bright_text_dark_focused.xml in the sources, add to your project under res/color directory and then refer from the TextView as

android:textColor="@color/bright_text_dark_focused"

How can I verify if a Windows Service is running

I guess something like this would work:

Add System.ServiceProcess to your project references (It's on the .NET tab).

using System.ServiceProcess;

ServiceController sc = new ServiceController(SERVICENAME);

switch (sc.Status)
{
    case ServiceControllerStatus.Running:
        return "Running";
    case ServiceControllerStatus.Stopped:
        return "Stopped";
    case ServiceControllerStatus.Paused:
        return "Paused";
    case ServiceControllerStatus.StopPending:
        return "Stopping";
    case ServiceControllerStatus.StartPending:
        return "Starting";
    default:
        return "Status Changing";
}

Edit: There is also a method sc.WaitforStatus() that takes a desired status and a timeout, never used it but it may suit your needs.

Edit: Once you get the status, to get the status again you will need to call sc.Refresh() first.

Reference: ServiceController object in .NET.

How could I convert data from string to long in c#

This answer no longer works, and I cannot come up with anything better then the other answers (see below) listed here. Please review and up-vote them.

Convert.ToInt64("1100.25")

Method signature from MSDN:

public static long ToInt64(
    string value
)

Export data to Excel file with ASP.NET MVC 4 C# is rendering into view

Step 1: View page code

<input type="button" id="btnExport" value="Export" class="btn btn-primary" />
<script>
  $(document).ready(function () {

 $('#btnExport').click(function () {          

  window.location = '/Inventory/ExportInventory';

        });
});
</script>

Step 2: Controller Code

  public ActionResult ExportInventory()
        {
            //Load Data
            var dataInventory = _inventoryService.InventoryListByPharmacyId(pId);
            string xml=String.Empty;
            XmlDocument xmlDoc = new XmlDocument();

            XmlSerializer xmlSerializer = new XmlSerializer(dataInventory.GetType());

            using (MemoryStream xmlStream = new MemoryStream())
            {
                xmlSerializer.Serialize(xmlStream, dataInventory);
                xmlStream.Position = 0;
                xmlDoc.Load(xmlStream);
                xml = xmlDoc.InnerXml;
            }

            var fName = string.Format("Inventory-{0}", DateTime.Now.ToString("s"));

            byte[] fileContents = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(xml);

            return File(fileContents, "application/vnd.ms-excel", fName);
        }

How do I run a single test using Jest?

With the latest Jest version, you can use one of the following to only run one test, and the same for a test suite.

it.only('test 1', () => {})

test.only('test 1', () => {})

fit('test 1', () => {})

jest 'test 1' may work too if the test name is unique.

Sending HTML mail using a shell script

Heres mine (given "mail" is configured correctly):

scanuser@owncloud:~$ vi sendMailAboutNewDocuments.sh

mail -s "You have new mail" -a "Content-type: text/html" -a "From: [email protected]" $1 << EOF
<html>
<body>
Neues Dokument: $2<br>
<a href="https://xxx/index.php/apps/files/?dir=/Post">Hier anschauen</a>
</body>
</html>

EOF

to make executable:

chmod +x sendMailAboutNewDocuments.sh

then call:

./sendMailAboutNewDocuments.sh [email protected] test.doc

How to restore default perspective settings in Eclipse IDE

The solution that worked for me. Delete this folder:

workspace/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.e4.workbench

Running two projects at once in Visual Studio

Go to Solution properties ? Common Properties ? Startup Project and select Multiple startup projects.

Solution properties dialog

Stratified Train/Test-split in scikit-learn

You can simply do it with train_test_split() method available in Scikit learn:

from sklearn.model_selection import train_test_split 
train, test = train_test_split(X, test_size=0.25, stratify=X['YOUR_COLUMN_LABEL']) 

I have also prepared a short GitHub Gist which shows how stratify option works:

https://gist.github.com/SHi-ON/63839f3a3647051a180cb03af0f7d0d9

Most simple code to populate JTable from ResultSet

Well I'm sure that this is the simplest way to populate JTable from ResultSet, without any external library. I have included comments in this method.

public void resultSetToTableModel(ResultSet rs, JTable table) throws SQLException{
        //Create new table model
        DefaultTableModel tableModel = new DefaultTableModel();

        //Retrieve meta data from ResultSet
        ResultSetMetaData metaData = rs.getMetaData();

        //Get number of columns from meta data
        int columnCount = metaData.getColumnCount();

        //Get all column names from meta data and add columns to table model
        for (int columnIndex = 1; columnIndex <= columnCount; columnIndex++){
            tableModel.addColumn(metaData.getColumnLabel(columnIndex));
        }

        //Create array of Objects with size of column count from meta data
        Object[] row = new Object[columnCount];

        //Scroll through result set
        while (rs.next()){
            //Get object from column with specific index of result set to array of objects
            for (int i = 0; i < columnCount; i++){
                row[i] = rs.getObject(i+1);
            }
            //Now add row to table model with that array of objects as an argument
            tableModel.addRow(row);
        }

        //Now add that table model to your table and you are done :D
        table.setModel(tableModel);
    }

Select last N rows from MySQL

select * from Table ORDER BY id LIMIT 30

Notes: * id should be unique. * You can control the numbers of rows returned by replacing the 30 in the query

Highlight all occurrence of a selected word?

Enable search highlighting:

:set hlsearch

Then search for the word:

/word<Enter>

How to import a module given its name as string?

Note: imp is deprecated since Python 3.4 in favor of importlib

As mentioned the imp module provides you loading functions:

imp.load_source(name, path)
imp.load_compiled(name, path)

I've used these before to perform something similar.

In my case I defined a specific class with defined methods that were required. Once I loaded the module I would check if the class was in the module, and then create an instance of that class, something like this:

import imp
import os

def load_from_file(filepath):
    class_inst = None
    expected_class = 'MyClass'

    mod_name,file_ext = os.path.splitext(os.path.split(filepath)[-1])

    if file_ext.lower() == '.py':
        py_mod = imp.load_source(mod_name, filepath)

    elif file_ext.lower() == '.pyc':
        py_mod = imp.load_compiled(mod_name, filepath)

    if hasattr(py_mod, expected_class):
        class_inst = getattr(py_mod, expected_class)()

    return class_inst

How to retrieve data from a SQL Server database in C#?

create a class called DbManager:

Class DbManager
{
 SqlConnection connection;
 SqlCommand command;

       public DbManager()
      {
        connection = new SqlConnection();
        connection.ConnectionString = @"Data Source=.     \SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|DatabaseName.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True";
        command = new SqlCommand();
        command.Connection = connection;
        command.CommandType = CommandType.Text;
     } // constructor

 public bool GetUsersData(ref string lastname, ref string firstname, ref string age)
     {
        bool returnvalue = false;
        try
        {
            command.CommandText = "select * from TableName where firstname=@firstname and lastname=@lastname";
            command.Parameters.Add("firstname",SqlDbType.VarChar).Value = firstname;
 command.Parameters.Add("lastname",SqlDbType.VarChar).Value = lastname; 
            connection.Open();
            SqlDataReader reader= command.ExecuteReader();
            if (reader.HasRows)
            {
                while (reader.Read())
                {

                    lastname = reader.GetString(1);
                    firstname = reader.GetString(2);

                    age = reader.GetString(3);


                }
            }
            returnvalue = true;
        }
        catch
        { }
        finally
        {
            connection.Close();
        }
        return returnvalue;

    }

then double click the retrieve button(e.g btnretrieve) on your form and insert the following code:

 private void btnretrieve_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        try
        {
            string lastname = null;
            string firstname = null;
            string age = null;

            DbManager db = new DbManager();

            bool status = db.GetUsersData(ref surname, ref firstname, ref age);
                if (status)
                {
                txtlastname.Text = surname;
                txtfirstname.Text = firstname;
                txtAge.Text = age;       
               }
          }
       catch
          {

          }
   }

How to change webservice url endpoint?

I wouldn't go so far as @Femi to change the existing address property. You can add new services to the definitions section easily.

<wsdl:service name="serviceMethodName_2">
  <wsdl:port binding="tns:serviceMethodNameSoapBinding" name="serviceMethodName">
    <soap:address location="http://new_end_point_adress"/>
  </wsdl:port>
</wsdl:service>

This doesn't require a recompile of the WSDL to Java and making updates isn't any more difficult than if you used the BindingProvider option (which didn't work for me btw).

Java String new line

Here it is!! NewLine is known as CRLF(Carriage Return and Line Feed).

  • For Linux and Mac, we can use "\n".
  • For Windows, we can use "\r\n".

Sample:

System.out.println("I\r\nam\r\na\r\nboy");

Result:
output

It worked for me.

Loop through files in a directory using PowerShell

If you need to loop inside a directory recursively for a particular kind of file, use the below command, which filters all the files of doc file type

$fileNames = Get-ChildItem -Path $scriptPath -Recurse -Include *.doc

If you need to do the filteration on multiple types, use the below command.

$fileNames = Get-ChildItem -Path $scriptPath -Recurse -Include *.doc,*.pdf

Now $fileNames variable act as an array from which you can loop and apply your business logic.

What is the difference between char s[] and char *s?

As an addition, consider that, as for read-only purposes the use of both is identical, you can access a char by indexing either with [] or *(<var> + <index>) format:

printf("%c", x[1]);     //Prints r

And:

printf("%c", *(x + 1)); //Prints r

Obviously, if you attempt to do

*(x + 1) = 'a';

You will probably get a Segmentation Fault, as you are trying to access read-only memory.

Escape invalid XML characters in C#

string XMLWriteStringWithoutIllegalCharacters(string UnfilteredString)
{
    if (UnfilteredString == null)
        return string.Empty;

    return XmlConvert.EncodeName(UnfilteredString);
}

string XMLReadStringWithoutIllegalCharacters(string FilteredString)
{
    if (UnfilteredString == null)
        return string.Empty;

    return XmlConvert.DecodeName(UnfilteredString);
}

This simple method replace the invalid characters with the same value but accepted in the XML context.


To write string use XMLWriteStringWithoutIllegalCharacters(string UnfilteredString).
To read string use XMLReadStringWithoutIllegalCharacters(string FilteredString).

Is there a function in python to split a word into a list?

The easiest way is probably just to use list(), but there is at least one other option as well:

s = "Word to Split"
wordlist = list(s)               # option 1, 
wordlist = [ch for ch in s]      # option 2, list comprehension.

They should both give you what you need:

['W','o','r','d',' ','t','o',' ','S','p','l','i','t']

As stated, the first is likely the most preferable for your example but there are use cases that may make the latter quite handy for more complex stuff, such as if you want to apply some arbitrary function to the items, such as with:

[doSomethingWith(ch) for ch in s]

Generating random, unique values C#

unique random number from 0 to 9

      int sum = 0;
        int[] hue = new int[10];
        for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
        {

            int m;
            do
            {
                m = rand.Next(0, 10);
            } while (hue.Contains(m) && sum != 45);
            if (!hue.Contains(m))
            {
                hue[i] = m;
                sum = sum + m;
            }

        }

TypeError: unhashable type: 'numpy.ndarray'

Your variable energies probably has the wrong shape:

>>> from numpy import array
>>> set([1,2,3]) & set(range(2, 10))
set([2, 3])
>>> set(array([1,2,3])) & set(range(2,10))
set([2, 3])
>>> set(array([[1,2,3],])) & set(range(2,10))
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
TypeError: unhashable type: 'numpy.ndarray'

And that's what happens if you read columnar data using your approach:

>>> data
array([[  1.,   2.,   3.],
       [  3.,   4.,   5.],
       [  5.,   6.,   7.],
       [  8.,   9.,  10.]])
>>> hsplit(data,3)[0]
array([[ 1.],
       [ 3.],
       [ 5.],
       [ 8.]])

Probably you can simply use

>>> data[:,0]
array([ 1.,  3.,  5.,  8.])

instead.

(P.S. Your code looks like it's undecided about whether it's data or elementdata. I've assumed it's simply a typo.)

Could not load file or assembly ... The parameter is incorrect

I had the same issue here - above solutions didn't work. Problem was with ActionMailer. I ran the following uninstall and install nuget commands

uninstall-package ActionMailer
install-package ActionMailer

Resolved my problems, hopefully will help someone else.

force css grid container to fill full screen of device

Two important CSS properties to set for full height pages are these:

  1. Allow the body to grow as high as the content in it requires.

    html { height: 100%; }
    
  2. Force the body not to get any smaller than then window height.

    body { min-height: 100%; }
    

What you do with your gird is irrelevant as long as you use fractions or percentages you should be safe in all cases.

Have a look at this common dashboard layout.

What does $1 mean in Perl?

$1, $2, etc will contain the value of captures from the last successful match - it's important to check whether the match succeeded before accessing them, i.e.

 if ( $var =~ m/( )/ ) { # use $1 etc... }

An example of the problem - $1 contains 'Quick' in both print statements below:

#!/usr/bin/perl

'Quick brown fox' =~ m{ ( quick ) }ix;
print "Found: $1\n";

'Lazy dog' =~ m{ ( quick ) }ix;
print "Found: $1\n";

PostgreSQL: role is not permitted to log in

try to run

sudo su - postgres
psql
ALTER ROLE 'dbname'

Gradients in Internet Explorer 9

The code I use for all browser gradients:

background: #0A284B;
background: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(#0A284B), to(#135887));
background: -webkit-linear-gradient(#0A284B, #135887);
background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #0A284B, #135887);
background: -ms-linear-gradient(#0A284B, #135887);
background: -o-linear-gradient(#0A284B, #135887);
background: linear-gradient(#0A284B, #135887);
filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr='#0A284B', endColorstr='#135887');
zoom: 1;

You will need to specify a height or zoom: 1 to apply hasLayout to the element for this to work in IE.


Update:

Here is a LESS Mixin (CSS) version for all you LESS users out there:

.gradient(@start, @end) {
    background: mix(@start, @end, 50%);
    filter: ~"progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorStr="@start~", EndColorStr="@end~")";
    background: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(@start), to(@end));
    background: -webkit-linear-gradient(@start, @end);
    background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, @start, @end);
    background: -ms-linear-gradient(@start, @end);
    background: -o-linear-gradient(@start, @end);
    background: linear-gradient(@start, @end);
    zoom: 1;
}

How to reload .bashrc settings without logging out and back in again?

exec bash is a great way to re-execute and launch a new shell to replace current. just to add to the answer, $SHELL returns the current shell which is bash. By using the following, it will reload the current shell, and not only to bash.

exec $SHELL -l;

ASP.NET MVC - Getting QueryString values

You can always use Request.QueryString collection like Web forms, but you can also make MVC handle them and pass them as parameters. This is the suggested way as it's easier and it will validate input data type automatically.

How to generate an openSSL key using a passphrase from the command line?

genrsa has been replaced by genpkey & when run manually in a terminal it will prompt for a password:

openssl genpkey -aes-256-cbc -algorithm RSA -out /etc/ssl/private/key.pem -pkeyopt rsa_keygen_bits:4096

However when run from a script the command will not ask for a password so to avoid the password being viewable as a process use a function in a shell script:

get_passwd() {
    local passwd=
    echo -ne "Enter passwd for private key: ? "; read -s passwd
    openssl genpkey -aes-256-cbc -pass pass:$passwd -algorithm RSA -out $PRIV_KEY -pkeyopt rsa_keygen_bits:$PRIV_KEYSIZE
}

Android Studio 3.0 Execution failed for task: unable to merge dex

Are you in between SDK or platform updates? If yes complete those completely and then try to continue. I normally update the individual packages that need to be updated as to taking the entire update which could go up to 2.5 GB sometimes. Doing this complete update sometimes fails. I had a number of SDK updates once I upgraded to Android Studio 3.0 and was getting the above error since all packages had not been updated. Once I updated all packages the above error was gone.

Select count(*) from multiple tables

SELECT  (
        SELECT COUNT(*)
        FROM   tab1
        ) AS count1,
        (
        SELECT COUNT(*)
        FROM   tab2
        ) AS count2
FROM    dual

How to set an image as a background for Frame in Swing GUI of java?

if you are using netbeans you can add a jlabel to the frame and through properties change its icon to your image and remove the text. then move the jlabel to the bottom of the Jframe or any content pane through navigator

Number prime test in JavaScript

Cool version:

const isPrime = n => ![...Array(n).keys()].slice(2).map(i => !(n%i)).includes(true) && ![0,1].includes(n)

How to set entire application in portrait mode only?

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);


    //setting screen orientation locked so it will be acting as potrait
    setRequestedOrientation(ActivityInfo.SCREEN_ORIENTATION_LOCKED);
}

Git Diff with Beyond Compare

If you are running windows 7 (professional) and Git for Windows (v 2.15 or above), you can simply run below command to find out what are different diff tools supported by your Git for Windows

git difftool --tool-help

You will see output similar to this

git difftool --tool=' may be set to one of the following:
vimdiff vimdiff2 vimdiff3

it means that your git does not support(can not find) beyond compare as difftool right now.

In order for Git to find beyond compare as valid difftool, you should have Beyond Compare installation directory in your system path environment variable. You can check this by running bcompare from shell(cmd, git bash or powershell. I am using Git Bash). If Beyond Compare does not launch, add its installation directory (in my case, C:\Program Files\Beyond Compare 4) to your system path variable. After this, restart your shell. Git will show Beyond Compare as possible difftool option. You can use any of below commands to launch beyond compare as difftool (for example, to compare any local file with some other branch)

git difftool -t bc branchnametocomparewith -- path-to-file
or 
git difftool --tool=bc branchnametocomparewith -- path-to-file

You can configure beyond compare as default difftool using below commands

   git config --global diff.tool bc

p.s. keep in mind that bc in above command can be bc3 or bc based upon what Git was able to find from your path system variable.

load json into variable

<input  class="pull-right" id="currSpecID" name="currSpecID" value="">

   $.get("http://localhost:8080/HIS_API/rest/MriSpecimen/getMaxSpecimenID", function(data, status){
       alert("Data: " + data + "\nStatus: " + status);
    $("#currSpecID").val(data);
    });

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ViewBag, ViewData and TempData

Also the scope is different between viewbag and temptdata. viewbag is based on first view (not shared between action methods) but temptdata can be shared between an action method and just one another.

Efficient Algorithm for Bit Reversal (from MSB->LSB to LSB->MSB) in C

I thought this is one of the simplest way to reverse the bit. please let me know if there is any flaw in this logic. basically in this logic, we check the value of the bit in position. set the bit if value is 1 on reversed position.

void bit_reverse(ui32 *data)
{
  ui32 temp = 0;    
  ui32 i, bit_len;    
  {    
   for(i = 0, bit_len = 31; i <= bit_len; i++)   
   {    
    temp |= (*data & 1 << i)? (1 << bit_len-i) : 0;    
   }    
   *data = temp;    
  }    
  return;    
}    

How do I install a plugin for vim?

I think you should have a look at the Pathogen plugin. After you have this installed, you can keep all of your plugins in separate folders in ~/.vim/bundle/, and Pathogen will take care of loading them.

Or, alternatively, perhaps you would prefer Vundle, which provides similar functionality (with the added bonus of automatic updates from plugins in github).

How to deal with INSTALL_PARSE_FAILED_INCONSISTENT_CERTIFICATES without uninstall?

This is the command to uninstall the app from device using adb:

adb uninstall <package name>

xcode library not found

All in all, the Xcode cannot find the position of library/header/framework, then you tell Xcode where they are.

set the path that Xcode use to find library/header/framework in Build Settings --> Library/Header/Framework Search Paths.

Say, now it cannot find -lGoogleAnalytics, so you add the directory where -lGoogleAnalytics is to the Library Search Paths.

String comparison - Android

In addition if you want to compare if two strings are different, you can use :

String mystring = "something";
!mystring.equals("whatever")

It will return true!

Get cart item name, quantity all details woocommerce

This will show only Cart Items Count.

 global $woocommerce; 
    echo $woocommerce->cart->cart_contents_count;

Python function pointer

def f(a,b):
    return a+b

xx = 'f'
print eval('%s(%s,%s)'%(xx,2,3))

OUTPUT

 5

Disable cross domain web security in Firefox

For anyone finding this question while using Nightwatch.js (1.3.4), there's an acceptInsecureCerts: true setting in the config file:

_x000D_
_x000D_
firefox: {_x000D_
      desiredCapabilities: {_x000D_
        browserName: 'firefox',_x000D_
        alwaysMatch: {_x000D_
          // Enable this if you encounter unexpected SSL certificate errors in Firefox_x000D_
          acceptInsecureCerts: true,_x000D_
          'moz:firefoxOptions': {_x000D_
            args: [_x000D_
              // '-headless',_x000D_
              // '-verbose'_x000D_
            ],_x000D_
          }_x000D_
        }_x000D_
      }_x000D_
    },
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How do I access command line arguments in Python?

I highly recommend argparse which comes with Python 2.7 and later.

The argparse module reduces boiler plate code and makes your code more robust, because the module handles all standard use cases (including subcommands), generates the help and usage for you, checks and sanitize the user input - all stuff you have to worry about when you are using sys.argv approach. And it is for free (built-in).

Here a small example:

import argparse

parser = argparse.ArgumentParser("simple_example")
parser.add_argument("counter", help="An integer will be increased by 1 and printed.", type=int)
args = parser.parse_args()
print(args.counter + 1)

and the output for python prog.py -h

usage: simple_example [-h] counter

positional arguments:
  counter     counter will be increased by 1 and printed.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

and for python prog.py 1 as you would expect:

2

apply drop shadow to border-top only?

.item .content{
    width: 94.1%;
    background: #2d2d2d;
    padding: 3%;
    border-top: solid 1px #000;
    position: relative;
}
.item .content:before{
      content: "";
      display: block;
      position: absolute;
      top: 0px;
      left: 0;
      width: 100%;
      height: 1px;
      -webkit-box-shadow: 0px 1px 13px rgba(255,255,255,1);
      -moz-box-shadow: 0px 1px 13px rgba(255,255,255,1);
      box-shadow: 0px 1px 13px rgba(255,255,255,1);
      z-index: 100;
}

I am like using something like it for it.

Javascript close alert box

I guess you could open a popup window and call that a dialog box. I'm unsure of the details, but I'm pretty sure you can close a window programmatically that you opened from javascript. Would this suffice?

std::string to float or double

The C++ 11 way is to use std::stod and std::to_string. Both work in Visual Studio 11.

How do you disable the unused variable warnings coming out of gcc in 3rd party code I do not wish to edit?

The compiler is already telling you, it's not value but variable. You are looking for -Wno-unused-variable. Also, try g++ --help=warnings to see a list of available options.

Is there an opposite to display:none?

When changing element's display in Javascript, in many cases a suitable option to 'undo' the result of element.style.display = "none" is element.style.display = "". This removes the display declaration from the style attribute, reverting the actual value of display property to the value set in the stylesheet for the document (to the browser default if not redefined elsewhere). But the more reliable approach is to have a class in CSS like

.invisible { display: none; }

and adding/removing this class name to/from element.className.

CSS get height of screen resolution

You could use viewport-percentage lenghts.

See: http://stanhub.com/how-to-make-div-element-100-height-of-browser-window-using-css-only/

It works like this:

.element{
    height: 100vh; /* For 100% screen height */
    width:  100vw; /* For 100% screen width */
}

More info also available through Mozilla Developer Network and W3C.

CAML query with nested ANDs and ORs for multiple fields

Since you are not allowed to put more than two conditions in one condition group (And | Or) you have to create an extra nested group (MSDN). The expression A AND B AND C looks like this:

<And>
    A
    <And>
        B
        C
    </And>
</And>

Your SQL like sample translated to CAML (hopefully with matching XML tags ;) ):

<Where>
    <And>
        <Or>
            <Eq>
                <FieldRef Name='FirstName' />
                <Value Type='Text'>John</Value>
            </Eq>
            <Or>
                <Eq>
                    <FieldRef Name='LastName' />
                    <Value Type='Text'>John</Value>
                </Eq>
                <Eq>
                    <FieldRef Name='Profile' />
                    <Value Type='Text'>John</Value>
                </Eq>
            </Or>
        </Or>
        <And>       
            <Or>
                <Eq>
                    <FieldRef Name='FirstName' />
                    <Value Type='Text'>Doe</Value>
                </Eq>
                <Or>
                    <Eq>
                        <FieldRef Name='LastName' />
                        <Value Type='Text'>Doe</Value>
                    </Eq>
                    <Eq>
                        <FieldRef Name='Profile' />
                        <Value Type='Text'>Doe</Value>
                    </Eq>
                </Or>
            </Or>
            <Or>
                <Eq>
                    <FieldRef Name='FirstName' />
                    <Value Type='Text'>123</Value>
                </Eq>
                <Or>
                    <Eq>
                        <FieldRef Name='LastName' />
                        <Value Type='Text'>123</Value>
                    </Eq>
                    <Eq>
                        <FieldRef Name='Profile' />
                        <Value Type='Text'>123</Value>
                    </Eq>
                </Or>
            </Or>
        </And>
    </And>
</Where>

TypeError: expected a character buffer object - while trying to save integer to textfile

Just try the code below:

As I see you have inserted 'r+' or this command open the file in read mode so you are not able to write into it, so you have to open file in write mode 'w' if you want to overwrite the file contents and write new data, otherwise you can append data to file by using 'a'

I hope this will help ;)

f = open('testfile.txt', 'w')# just put 'w' if you want to write to the file 

x = f.readlines() #this command will read file lines

y = int(x)+1

print y
z = str(y) #making data as string to avoid buffer error
f.write(z)

f.close()

how to display variable value in alert box?

Try innerText property:

var content = document.getElementById("one").innerText;
alert(content);

See also this fiddle http://fiddle.jshell.net/4g8vb/

What is a void pointer in C++?

A void* does not mean anything. It is a pointer, but the type that it points to is not known.

It's not that it can return "anything". A function that returns a void* generally is doing one of the following:

  • It is dealing in unformatted memory. This is what operator new and malloc return: a pointer to a block of memory of a certain size. Since the memory does not have a type (because it does not have a properly constructed object in it yet), it is typeless. IE: void.
  • It is an opaque handle; it references a created object without naming a specific type. Code that does this is generally poorly formed, since this is better done by forward declaring a struct/class and simply not providing a public definition for it. Because then, at least it has a real type.
  • It returns a pointer to storage that contains an object of a known type. However, that API is used to deal with objects of a wide variety of types, so the exact type that a particular call returns cannot be known at compile time. Therefore, there will be some documentation explaining when it stores which kinds of objects, and therefore which type you can safely cast it to.

This construct is nothing like dynamic or object in C#. Those tools actually know what the original type is; void* does not. This makes it far more dangerous than any of those, because it is very easy to get it wrong, and there's no way to ask if a particular usage is the right one.

And on a personal note, if you see code that uses void*'s "often", you should rethink what code you're looking at. void* usage, especially in C++, should be rare, used primary for dealing in raw memory.

Create a new line in Java's FileWriter

One can use PrintWriter to wrap the FileWriter, as it has many additional useful methods.

try(PrintWriter pw = new PrintWriter(new FileWriter(new File("file.txt"), false))){
   pw.println();//new line
   pw.print("text");//print without new line
   pw.println(10);//print with new line
   pw.printf("%2.f", 0.567);//print double to 2 decimal places (without new line)
}

Take nth column in a text file

If your file contains n lines, then your script has to read the file n times; so if you double the length of the file, you quadruple the amount of work your script does — and almost all of that work is simply thrown away, since all you want to do is loop over the lines in order.

Instead, the best way to loop over the lines of a file is to use a while loop, with the condition-command being the read builtin:

while IFS= read -r line ; do
    # $line is a single line of the file, as a single string
    : ... commands that use $line ...
done < input_file.txt

In your case, since you want to split the line into an array, and the read builtin actually has special support for populating an array variable, which is what you want, you can write:

while read -r -a line ; do
    echo ""${line[1]}" "${line[3]}"" >> out.txt
done < /path/of/my/text

or better yet:

while read -r -a line ; do
    echo "${line[1]} ${line[3]}"
done < /path/of/my/text > out.txt

However, for what you're doing you can just use the cut utility:

cut -d' ' -f2,4 < /path/of/my/text > out.txt

(or awk, as Tom van der Woerdt suggests, or perl, or even sed).

Boto3 to download all files from a S3 Bucket

Amazon S3 does not have folders/directories. It is a flat file structure.

To maintain the appearance of directories, path names are stored as part of the object Key (filename). For example:

  • images/foo.jpg

In this case, the whole Key is images/foo.jpg, rather than just foo.jpg.

I suspect that your problem is that boto is returning a file called my_folder/.8Df54234 and is attempting to save it to the local filesystem. However, your local filesystem interprets the my_folder/ portion as a directory name, and that directory does not exist on your local filesystem.

You could either truncate the filename to only save the .8Df54234 portion, or you would have to create the necessary directories before writing files. Note that it could be multi-level nested directories.

An easier way would be to use the AWS Command-Line Interface (CLI), which will do all this work for you, eg:

aws s3 cp --recursive s3://my_bucket_name local_folder

There's also a sync option that will only copy new and modified files.

Common elements comparison between 2 lists

There are solutions here that do it in O(l1+l2) that don't count repeating items, and slow solutions (at least O(l1*l2), but probably more expensive) that do consider repeating items.

So I figured I should add an O(l1log(l1)+l2(log(l2)) solution. This is particularly useful if the lists are already sorted.

def common_elems_with_repeats(first_list, second_list):
    first_list = sorted(first_list)
    second_list = sorted(second_list)
    marker_first = 0
    marker_second = 0
    common = []
    while marker_first < len(first_list) and marker_second < len(second_list):
        if(first_list[marker_first] == second_list[marker_second]):
            common.append(first_list[marker_first])
            marker_first +=1
            marker_second +=1
        elif first_list[marker_first] > second_list[marker_second]:
            marker_second += 1
        else:
            marker_first += 1
    return common

Another faster solution would include making a item->count map from list1, and iterating through list2, while updating the map and counting dups. Wouldn't require sorting. Would require extra a bit extra memory but it's technically O(l1+l2).

How to strip comma in Python string

Use replace method of strings not strip:

s = s.replace(',','')

An example:

>>> s = 'Foo, bar'
>>> s.replace(',',' ')
'Foo  bar'
>>> s.replace(',','')
'Foo bar'
>>> s.strip(',') # clears the ','s at the start and end of the string which there are none
'Foo, bar'
>>> s.strip(',') == s
True

How to exit git log or git diff

You're in the less program, which makes the output of git log scrollable.

Type q to exit this screen. Type h to get help.

If you don't want to read the output in a pager and want it to be just printed to the terminal define the environment variable GIT_PAGER to cat or set core.pager to cat (execute git config --global core.pager cat).

Bootstrap 3 .col-xs-offset-* doesn't work?

Edit: as of Bootstrap 3.1 .col-xs-offset-* does exist, see bootstrap :: grid options


.col-xs-offset-* doesn't exist. Offset and column ordering are only for small and more. (ONLY .col-sm-offset-*, .col-md-offset-* and .col-lg-offset-*)

See the official documentation : bootstrap :: grid options

Does Index of Array Exist

// I'd modify this slightly to be more resilient to a bad parameter
// it will handle your case and better handle other cases given to it:

int index = 25;

if (index >= 0 && index < array.Length)
{
    // Array element found
}

How to recover just deleted rows in mysql?

As Mitch mentioned, backing data up is the best method.

However, it maybe possible to extract the lost data partially depending on the situation or DB server used. For most part, you are out of luck if you don't have any backup.

How to use 'cp' command to exclude a specific directory?

cp -r ls -A | grep -v "Excluded_File_or_folder" ../$target_location -v

How do I enable php to work with postgresql?

Try this:

Uncomment the following in php.ini by removing the ";"

;extension=php_pgsql.dll

Use the following code to connect to a postgresql database server:

pg_connect("host=localhost dbname=dbname user=username password=password")
    or die("Can't connect to database".pg_last_error());

How do I set vertical space between list items?

Many times when producing HTML email blasts you cannot use style sheets or style /style blocks. All CSS needs to be inline. In the case where you want to adjust the spacing between the bullets I use li style="margin-bottom:8px;" in each bullet item. Customize the pixels value to your liking.

Permission denied (publickey) when deploying heroku code. fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly

I was experiencing the same problem; following these steps should help:

  1. First, log in: heroku login
  2. Clear all keys: heroku keys:clear
  3. Delete all files in local folder ( all .pub files and know_host) in .ssh/ folder
  4. Log in again : heroku login - u will prompt with no key, so follow the onscreen instructions.

SQL Call Stored Procedure for each Row without using a cursor

This is a variation of n3rds solution above. No sorting by using ORDER BY is needed, as MIN() is used.

Remember that CustomerID (or whatever other numerical column you use for progress) must have a unique constraint. Furthermore, to make it as fast as possible CustomerID must be indexed on.

-- Declare & init
DECLARE @CustomerID INT = (SELECT MIN(CustomerID) FROM Sales.Customer); -- First ID
DECLARE @Data1 VARCHAR(200);
DECLARE @Data2 VARCHAR(200);

-- Iterate over all customers
WHILE @CustomerID IS NOT NULL
BEGIN  

  -- Get data based on ID
  SELECT @Data1 = Data1, @Data2 = Data2
    FROM Sales.Customer
    WHERE [ID] = @CustomerID ;

  -- call your sproc
  EXEC dbo.YOURSPROC @Data1, @Data2

  -- Get next customerId
  SELECT @CustomerID = MIN(CustomerID)
    FROM Sales.Customer
    WHERE CustomerID > @CustomerId 

END

I use this approach on some varchars I need to look over, by putting them in a temporary table first, to give them an ID.

Is there a typical state machine implementation pattern?

there is also the logic grid which is more maintainable as the state machine gets bigger

What is the proper way to format a multi-line dict in Python?

First of all, like Steven Rumbalski said, "PEP8 doesn't address this question", so it is a matter of personal preference.

I would use a similar but not identical format as your format 3. Here is mine, and why.

my_dictionary = { # Don't think dict(...) notation has more readability
    "key1": 1, # Indent by one press of TAB (i.e. 4 spaces)
    "key2": 2, # Same indentation scale as above
    "key3": 3, # Keep this final comma, so that future addition won't show up as 2-lines change in code diff
    } # My favorite: SAME indentation AS ABOVE, to emphasize this bracket is still part of the above code block!
the_next_line_of_code() # Otherwise the previous line would look like the begin of this part of code

bad_example = {
               "foo": "bar", # Don't do this. Unnecessary indentation wastes screen space
               "hello": "world" # Don't do this. Omitting the comma is not good.
} # You see? This line visually "joins" the next line when in a glance
the_next_line_of_code()

btw_this_is_a_function_with_long_name_or_with_lots_of_parameters(
    foo='hello world',  # So I put one parameter per line
    bar=123,  # And yeah, this extra comma here is harmless too;
              # I bet not many people knew/tried this.
              # Oh did I just show you how to write
              # multiple-line inline comment here?
              # Basically, same indentation forms a natural paragraph.
    ) # Indentation here. Same idea as the long dict case.
the_next_line_of_code()

# By the way, now you see how I prefer inline comment to document the very line.
# I think this inline style is more compact.
# Otherwise you will need extra blank line to split the comment and its code from others.

some_normal_code()

# hi this function is blah blah
some_code_need_extra_explanation()

some_normal_code()

How to use the pass statement?

as the book said, I only ever use it as a temporary placeholder, ie,

# code that does something to to a variable, var
if var == 2000:
    pass
else:
    var += 1

and then later fill in the scenario where var == 2000

Using Mockito to test abstract classes

If you just need to test some of the concrete methods without touching any of the abstracts, you can use CALLS_REAL_METHODS (see Morten's answer), but if the concrete method under test calls some of the abstracts, or unimplemented interface methods, this won't work -- Mockito will complain "Cannot call real method on java interface."

(Yes, it's a lousy design, but some frameworks, e.g. Tapestry 4, kind of force it on you.)

The workaround is to reverse this approach -- use the ordinary mock behavior (i.e., everything's mocked/stubbed) and use doCallRealMethod() to explicitly call out the concrete method under test. E.g.

public abstract class MyClass {
    @SomeDependencyInjectionOrSomething
    public abstract MyDependency getDependency();

    public void myMethod() {
        MyDependency dep = getDependency();
        dep.doSomething();
    }
}

public class MyClassTest {
    @Test
    public void myMethodDoesSomethingWithDependency() {
        MyDependency theDependency = mock(MyDependency.class);

        MyClass myInstance = mock(MyClass.class);

        // can't do this with CALLS_REAL_METHODS
        when(myInstance.getDependency()).thenReturn(theDependency);

        doCallRealMethod().when(myInstance).myMethod();
        myInstance.myMethod();

        verify(theDependency, times(1)).doSomething();
    }
}

Updated to add:

For non-void methods, you'll need to use thenCallRealMethod() instead, e.g.:

when(myInstance.myNonVoidMethod(someArgument)).thenCallRealMethod();

Otherwise Mockito will complain "Unfinished stubbing detected."

CASCADE DELETE just once

No. To do it just once you would simply write the delete statement for the table you want to cascade.

DELETE FROM some_child_table WHERE some_fk_field IN (SELECT some_id FROM some_Table);
DELETE FROM some_table;

Controlling fps with requestAnimationFrame?

The simplest way


const FPS = 30;
let lastTimestamp = 0;


function update(timestamp) {
  requestAnimationFrame(update);
  if (timestamp - lastTimestamp < 1000 / FPS) return;
  
  
   /* <<< PUT YOUR CODE HERE >>>  */

 
  lastTimestamp = timestamp;
}


update();

Shell equality operators (=, ==, -eq)

== is a bash-specific alias for = and it performs a string (lexical) comparison instead of a numeric comparison. eq being a numeric comparison of course.

Finally, I usually prefer to use the form if [ "$a" == "$b" ]