Programs & Examples On #Caliper

Caliper is Google's open-source framework for writing, running and viewing the results of Java microbenchmarks.

Collectors.toMap() keyMapper -- more succinct expression?

We can use an optional merger function also in case of same key collision. For example, If two or more persons have the same getLast() value, we can specify how to merge the values. If we not do this, we could get IllegalStateException. Here is the example to achieve this...

Map<String, Person> map = 
roster
    .stream()
    .collect(
        Collectors.toMap(p -> p.getLast(),
                         p -> p,
                         (person1, person2) -> person1+";"+person2)
    );

Border Height on CSS

This will add a centered border to the left of the cell that is 80% the height of the cell. You can reference the full border-image documentation here.

table td {
    border-image: linear-gradient(transparent 10%, blue 10% 90%, transparent 90%) 0 0 0 1 / 3px;
}

Different ways of clearing lists

Clearing a list in place will affect all other references of the same list.

For example, this method doesn't affect other references:

>>> a = [1, 2, 3]
>>> b = a
>>> a = []
>>> print(a)
[]
>>> print(b)
[1, 2, 3]

But this one does:

>>> a = [1, 2, 3]
>>> b = a
>>> del a[:]      # equivalent to   del a[0:len(a)]
>>> print(a)
[]
>>> print(b)
[]
>>> a is b
True

You could also do:

>>> a[:] = []

null check in jsf expression language

Use empty (it checks both nullness and emptiness) and group the nested ternary expression by parentheses (EL is in certain implementations/versions namely somewhat problematic with nested ternary expressions). Thus, so:

styleClass="#{empty obj.validationErrorMap ? ' ' :  
 (obj.validationErrorMap.contains('key') ? 'highlight_field' : 'highlight_row')}"

If still in vain (I would then check JBoss EL configs), use the "normal" EL approach:

styleClass="#{empty obj.validationErrorMap ? ' ' :  
 (obj.validationErrorMap['key'] ne null ? 'highlight_field' : 'highlight_row')}"

Update: as per the comments, the Map turns out to actually be a List (please work on your naming conventions). To check if a List contains an item the "normal" EL way, use JSTL fn:contains (although not explicitly documented, it works for List as well).

styleClass="#{empty obj.validationErrorMap ? ' ' :  
 (fn:contains(obj.validationErrorMap, 'key') ? 'highlight_field' : 'highlight_row')}"

JavaScript Extending Class

Updated below for ES6

March 2013 and ES5

This MDN document describes extending classes well:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/JavaScript/Introduction_to_Object-Oriented_JavaScript

In particular, here is now they handle it:

// define the Person Class
function Person() {}

Person.prototype.walk = function(){
  alert ('I am walking!');
};
Person.prototype.sayHello = function(){
  alert ('hello');
};

// define the Student class
function Student() {
  // Call the parent constructor
  Person.call(this);
}

// inherit Person
Student.prototype = Object.create(Person.prototype);

// correct the constructor pointer because it points to Person
Student.prototype.constructor = Student;

// replace the sayHello method
Student.prototype.sayHello = function(){
  alert('hi, I am a student');
}

// add sayGoodBye method
Student.prototype.sayGoodBye = function(){
  alert('goodBye');
}

var student1 = new Student();
student1.sayHello();
student1.walk();
student1.sayGoodBye();

// check inheritance
alert(student1 instanceof Person); // true 
alert(student1 instanceof Student); // true

Note that Object.create() is unsupported in some older browsers, including IE8:

Object.create browser support

If you are in the position of needing to support these, the linked MDN document suggests using a polyfill, or the following approximation:

function createObject(proto) {
    function ctor() { }
    ctor.prototype = proto;
    return new ctor();
}

Using this like Student.prototype = createObject(Person.prototype) is preferable to using new Person() in that it avoids calling the parent's constructor function when inheriting the prototype, and only calls the parent constructor when the inheritor's constructor is being called.

May 2017 and ES6

Thankfully, the JavaScript designers have heard our pleas for help and have adopted a more suitable way of approaching this issue.

MDN has another great example on ES6 class inheritance, but I'll show the exact same set of classes as above reproduced in ES6:

class Person {
    sayHello() {
        alert('hello');
    }

    walk() {
        alert('I am walking!');
    }
}

class Student extends Person {
    sayGoodBye() {
        alert('goodBye');
    }

    sayHello() {
        alert('hi, I am a student');
    }
}

var student1 = new Student();
student1.sayHello();
student1.walk();
student1.sayGoodBye();

// check inheritance
alert(student1 instanceof Person); // true 
alert(student1 instanceof Student); // true

Clean and understandable, just like we all want. Keep in mind, that while ES6 is pretty common, it's not supported everywhere:

ES6 browser support

Avoid browser popup blockers

The general rule is that popup blockers will engage if window.open or similar is invoked from javascript that is not invoked by direct user action. That is, you can call window.open in response to a button click without getting hit by the popup blocker, but if you put the same code in a timer event it will be blocked. Depth of call chain is also a factor - some older browsers only look at the immediate caller, newer browsers can backtrack a little to see if the caller's caller was a mouse click etc. Keep it as shallow as you can to avoid the popup blockers.

Lock, mutex, semaphore... what's the difference?

A lock allows only one thread to enter the part that's locked and the lock is not shared with any other processes.

A mutex is the same as a lock but it can be system wide (shared by multiple processes).

A semaphore does the same as a mutex but allows x number of threads to enter, this can be used for example to limit the number of cpu, io or ram intensive tasks running at the same time.

For a more detailed post about the differences between mutex and semaphore read here.

You also have read/write locks that allows either unlimited number of readers or 1 writer at any given time.

How to format a UTC date as a `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss` string using NodeJS?

I think this actually answers your question.

It is so annoying working with date/time in javascript. After a few gray hairs I figured out that is was actually pretty simple.

var date = new Date();
var year = date.getUTCFullYear();
var month = date.getUTCMonth();
var day = date.getUTCDate();
var hours = date.getUTCHours();
var min = date.getUTCMinutes();
var sec = date.getUTCSeconds();

var ampm = hours >= 12 ? 'pm' : 'am';
hours = ((hours + 11) % 12 + 1);//for 12 hour format

var str = month + "/" + day + "/" + year + " " + hours + ":" + min + ":" + sec + " " + ampm;
var now_utc =  Date.UTC(str);

Here is a fiddle

How to redirect the output of print to a TXT file

A slightly hackier way (that is different than the answers above, which are all valid) would be to just direct the output into a file via console.

So imagine you had main.py

if True:
    print "hello world"
else:
    print "goodbye world"

You can do

python main.py >> text.log

and then text.log will get all of the output.

This is handy if you already have a bunch of print statements and don't want to individually change them to print to a specific file. Just do it at the upper level and direct all prints to a file (only drawback is that you can only print to a single destination).

Oracle SQL Developer: Failure - Test failed: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection?

only start listner then u can connect with database. command run on editor:

lsnrctl start

its work fine.

MySql Table Insert if not exist otherwise update

Jai is correct that you should use INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE.

Note that you do not need to include datenum in the update clause since it's the unique key, so it should not change. You do need to include all of the other columns from your table. You can use the VALUES() function to make sure the proper values are used when updating the other columns.

Here is your update re-written using the proper INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE syntax for MySQL:

INSERT INTO AggregatedData (datenum,Timestamp)
VALUES ("734152.979166667","2010-01-14 23:30:00.000")
ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE 
  Timestamp=VALUES(Timestamp)

How to detect query which holds the lock in Postgres?

Postgres has a very rich system catalog exposed via SQL tables. PG's statistics collector is a subsystem that supports collection and reporting of information about server activity.

Now to figure out the blocking PIDs you can simply query pg_stat_activity.

select pg_blocking_pids(pid) as blocked_by
from pg_stat_activity
where cardinality(pg_blocking_pids(pid)) > 0;

To, get the query corresponding to the blocking PID, you can self-join or use it as a where clause in a subquery.

SELECT query
FROM pg_stat_activity
WHERE pid IN (select unnest(pg_blocking_pids(pid)) as blocked_by from pg_stat_activity where cardinality(pg_blocking_pids(pid)) > 0);

Note: Since pg_blocking_pids(pid) returns an Integer[], so you need to unnest it before you use it in a WHERE pid IN clause.

Hunting for slow queries can be tedious sometimes, so have patience. Happy hunting.

Return Max Value of range that is determined by an Index & Match lookup

You can easily change the match-type to 1 when you are looking for the greatest value or to -1 when looking for the smallest value.

How to solve 'Redirect has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header'?

Simply by adding below text in the httpd.conf file will solve this issue.

Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"

Batch / Find And Edit Lines in TXT file

ghostdog74's example provided the core of what I needed, since I've never written any vbs before and needed to do that. It's not perfect, but I fleshed out the example into a full script in case anyone finds it useful.

'ReplaceText.vbs

Option Explicit

Const ForAppending = 8
Const TristateFalse = 0 ' the value for ASCII
Const Overwrite = True

Const WindowsFolder = 0
Const SystemFolder = 1
Const TemporaryFolder = 2

Dim FileSystem
Dim Filename, OldText, NewText
Dim OriginalFile, TempFile, Line
Dim TempFilename

If WScript.Arguments.Count = 3 Then
    Filename = WScript.Arguments.Item(0)
    OldText = WScript.Arguments.Item(1)
    NewText = WScript.Arguments.Item(2)
Else
    Wscript.Echo "Usage: ReplaceText.vbs <Filename> <OldText> <NewText>"
    Wscript.Quit
End If

Set FileSystem = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Dim tempFolder: tempFolder = FileSystem.GetSpecialFolder(TemporaryFolder)
TempFilename = FileSystem.GetTempName

If FileSystem.FileExists(TempFilename) Then
    FileSystem.DeleteFile TempFilename
End If

Set TempFile = FileSystem.CreateTextFile(TempFilename, Overwrite, TristateFalse)
Set OriginalFile = FileSystem.OpenTextFile(Filename)

Do Until OriginalFile.AtEndOfStream
    Line = OriginalFile.ReadLine

    If InStr(Line, OldText) > 0 Then
        Line = Replace(Line, OldText, NewText)
    End If 

    TempFile.WriteLine(Line)
Loop

OriginalFile.Close
TempFile.Close

FileSystem.DeleteFile Filename
FileSystem.MoveFile TempFilename, Filename

Wscript.Quit

How to reference static assets within vue javascript

Having a default structure of folders generated by Vue CLI such as src/assets you can place your image there and refer this from HTML as follows <img src="../src/assets/img/logo.png"> as well (works automatically without any changes on deployment too).

How to resolve Error : Showing a modal dialog box or form when the application is not running in UserInteractive mode is not a valid operation

For Vb.Net Framework 4.0, U can use:

Alert("your message here", Boolean)

The Boolean here can be True or False. True If you want to close the window right after, False If you want to keep the window open.

Allowed memory size of X bytes exhausted

PHP's config can be set in multiple places:

  1. master system php.ini (usually in /etc somewhere)
  2. somewhere in Apache's configuration (httpd.conf or a per-site .conf file, via php_value)
  3. CLI & CGI can have a different php.ini (use the command php -i | grep memory_limit to check the CLI conf)
  4. local .htaccess files (also php_value)
  5. in-script (via ini_set())

In PHPinfo's output, the "Master" value is the compiled-in default value, and the "Local" value is what's actually in effect. It can be either unchanged from the default, or overridden in any of the above locations.

Also note that PHP generally has different .ini files for command-line and webserver-based operation. Checking phpinfo() from the command line will report different values than if you'd run it in a web-based script.

How can I get a specific parameter from location.search?

A Simple One-Line Solution:

let query = Object.assign.apply(null, location.search.slice(1).split('&').map(entry => ({ [entry.split('=')[0]]: entry.split('=')[1] })));

Expanded & Explained:

// define variable
let query;

// fetch source query
query = location.search;

// skip past the '?' delimiter
query = query.slice(1);

// split source query by entry delimiter
query = query.split('&');

// replace each query entry with an object containing the query entry
query = query.map((entry) => {

   // get query entry key
   let key = entry.split('=')[0];

   // get query entry value
   let value = entry.split('=')[1];

   // define query object
   let container = {};

   // add query entry to object
   container[key] = value;

   // return query object
   return container;
});

// merge all query objects
query = Object.assign.apply(null, query);

Get length of array?

If the variant is empty then an error will be thrown. The bullet-proof code is the following:

Public Function GetLength(a As Variant) As Integer
   If IsEmpty(a) Then
      GetLength = 0
   Else
      GetLength = UBound(a) - LBound(a) + 1
   End If
End Function

Giving graphs a subtitle in matplotlib

This is a pandas code example that implements Floris van Vugt's answer (Dec 20, 2010). He said:

>What I do is use the title() function for the subtitle and the suptitle() for the >main title (they can take different fontsize arguments). Hope that helps!

import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

d = {'series a' : pd.Series([1., 2., 3.], index=['a', 'b', 'c']),
      'series b' : pd.Series([1., 2., 3., 4.], index=['a', 'b', 'c', 'd'])}
df = pd.DataFrame(d)

title_string = "This is the title"
subtitle_string = "This is the subtitle"

plt.figure()
df.plot(kind='bar')
plt.suptitle(title_string, y=1.05, fontsize=18)
plt.title(subtitle_string, fontsize=10)

Note: I could not comment on that answer because I'm new to stackoverflow.

How to set an environment variable in a running docker container

You could set an environment variable to a running Docker container by

docker exec -it -e "your environment Key"="your new value" <container> /bin/bash

Verify it using below command

printenv

This will update your key with the new value provided.

Note: This will get reverted back to old on if docker gets restarted.

is there any PHP function for open page in new tab

Use the target attribute on your anchor tag with the _blank value.

Example:

<a href="http://google.com" target="_blank">Click Me!</a>

how to always round up to the next integer

Xform to double (and back) for a simple ceil?

list.Count()/10 + (list.Count()%10 >0?1:0) - this bad, div + mod

edit 1st: on a 2n thought that's probably faster (depends on the optimization): div * mul (mul is faster than div and mod)

int c=list.Count()/10;
if (c*10<list.Count()) c++;

edit2 scarpe all. forgot the most natural (adding 9 ensures rounding up for integers)

(list.Count()+9)/10

What does the line "#!/bin/sh" mean in a UNIX shell script?

When you try to execute a program in unix (one with the executable bit set), the operating system will look at the first few bytes of the file. These form the so-called "magic number", which can be used to decide the format of the program and how to execute it.

#! corresponds to the magic number 0x2321 (look it up in an ascii table). When the system sees that the magic number, it knows that it is dealing with a text script and reads until the next \n (there is a limit, but it escapes me atm). Having identified the interpreter (the first argument after the shebang) it will call the interpreter.

Other files also have magic numbers. Try looking at a bitmap (.BMP) file via less and you will see the first two characters are BM. This magic number denotes that the file is indeed a bitmap.

Modifying local variable from inside lambda

An alternative to AtomicInteger is to use an array (or any other object able to store a value):

final int ordinal[] = new int[] { 0 };
list.forEach ( s -> s.setOrdinal ( ordinal[ 0 ]++ ) );

But see the Stuart's answer: there might be a better way to deal with your case.

How to reverse apply a stash?

git stash[save] takes your working directory state, and your index state, and stashes them away, setting index and working area to HEAD version.

git stash apply brings back those changes, so git reset --hard would remove them again.

git stash pop brings back those changes and removes top stashed change, so git stash [save] would return to previous (pre-pop) state in this case.

How do I compare two strings in Perl?

And if you'd like to extract the differences between the two strings, you can use String::Diff.

Get the current date and time

Try this one:

System.DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm:ss")

How to check if a class inherits another class without instantiating it?

Try this

typeof(IFoo).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(BarClass));

This will tell you whether BarClass(Derived) implements IFoo(SomeType) or not

Delete all records in a table of MYSQL in phpMyAdmin

write the query: truncate 'Your_table_name';

How can I listen to the form submit event in javascript?

Based on your requirements you can also do the following without libraries like jQuery:

Add this to your head:

window.onload = function () {
    document.getElementById("frmSubmit").onsubmit = function onSubmit(form) {
        var isValid = true;
        //validate your elems here
        isValid = false;

        if (!isValid) {
            alert("Please check your fields!");
            return false;
        }
        else {
            //you are good to go
            return true;
        }
    }
}

And your form may still look something like:

    <form id="frmSubmit" action="/Submit">
        <input type="submit" value="Submit" />
    </form>

The absolute uri: http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core cannot be resolved in either web.xml or the jar files deployed with this application

I solved the same problem. I've just added JSTL-1.2.jar to /apache-tomcat-x.x.x/lib and set scope to provided in maven pom.xml:

 <dependency>
     <groupId>jstl</groupId>
     <artifactId>jstl</artifactId>
     <version>1.2</version>
     <scope>provided</scope>
 </dependency>

What is the best way to add a value to an array in state

For functional components with hooks

const [searches, setSearches] = useState([]);

// Using .concat(), no wrapper function (not recommended)
setSearches(searches.concat(query));

// Using .concat(), wrapper function (recommended)
setSearches(searches => searches.concat(query));

// Spread operator, no wrapper function (not recommended)
setSearches([...searches, query]);

// Spread operator, wrapper function (recommended)
setSearches(searches => [...searches, query]);

source: https://medium.com/javascript-in-plain-english/how-to-add-to-an-array-in-react-state-3d08ddb2e1dc

How to find length of digits in an integer?

Top answers are saying mathlog10 faster but I got results that suggest len(str(n)) is faster.

arr = []
for i in range(5000000):
    arr.append(random.randint(0,12345678901234567890))
%%timeit

for n in arr:
    len(str(n))
//2.72 s ± 304 ms per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1 loop each)
%%timeit

for n in arr:
    int(math.log10(n))+1
//3.13 s ± 545 ms per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1 loop each)

Besides, I haven't added logic to the math way to return accurate results and I can only imagine it slows it even more.

I have no idea how the previous answers proved the maths way is faster though.

How to write a JSON file in C#?

There is built in functionality for this using the JavaScriptSerializer Class:

var json = JavaScriptSerializer.Serialize(data);

Replace Multiple String Elements in C#

I'm doing something similar, but in my case I'm doing serialization/De-serialization so I need to be able to go both directions. I find using a string[][] works nearly identically to the dictionary, including initialization, but you can go the other direction too, returning the substitutes to their original values, something that the dictionary really isn't set up to do.

Edit: You can use Dictionary<Key,List<Values>> in order to obtain same result as string[][]

Use a JSON array with objects with javascript

This isn't a single JSON object. You have an array of JSON objects. You need to loop over array first and then access each object. Maybe the following kickoff example is helpful:

var arrayOfObjects = [{
  "id": 28,
  "Title": "Sweden"
}, {
  "id": 56,
  "Title": "USA"
}, {
  "id": 89,
  "Title": "England"
}];

for (var i = 0; i < arrayOfObjects.length; i++) {
  var object = arrayOfObjects[i];
  for (var property in object) {
    alert('item ' + i + ': ' + property + '=' + object[property]);
  }
  // If property names are known beforehand, you can also just do e.g.
  // alert(object.id + ',' + object.Title);
}

If the array of JSON objects is actually passed in as a plain vanilla string, then you would indeed need eval() here.

var string = '[{"id":28,"Title":"Sweden"}, {"id":56,"Title":"USA"}, {"id":89,"Title":"England"}]';
var arrayOfObjects = eval(string);
// ...

To learn more about JSON, check MDN web docs: Working with JSON .

How can I check for Python version in a program that uses new language features?

You can test using eval:

try:
  eval("1 if True else 2")
except SyntaxError:
  # doesn't have ternary

Also, with is available in Python 2.5, just add from __future__ import with_statement.

EDIT: to get control early enough, you could split it into different .py files and check compatibility in the main file before importing (e.g. in __init__.py in a package):

# __init__.py

# Check compatibility
try:
  eval("1 if True else 2")
except SyntaxError:
  raise ImportError("requires ternary support")

# import from another module
from impl import *

Oracle to_date, from mm/dd/yyyy to dd-mm-yyyy

select to_char(to_date('1/21/2000','mm/dd/yyyy'),'dd-mm-yyyy') from dual

Entity Framework (EF) Code First Cascade Delete for One-to-Zero-or-One relationship

This code worked for me

protected override void OnModelCreating(DbModelBuilder modelBuilder)
    {
        modelBuilder.Entity<UserDetail>()
            .HasRequired(d => d.User)
            .WithOptional(u => u.UserDetail)
            .WillCascadeOnDelete(true);
    }

The migration code was:

public override void Up()
    {
        AddForeignKey("UserDetail", "UserId", "User", "UserId", cascadeDelete: true);
    }

And it worked fine. When I first used

modelBuilder.Entity<User>()
    .HasOptional(a => a.UserDetail)
    .WithOptionalDependent()
    .WillCascadeOnDelete(true);

The migration code was:

AddForeignKey("User", "UserDetail_UserId", "UserDetail", "UserId", cascadeDelete: true); 

but it does not match any of the two overloads available (in EntityFramework 6)

What is the id( ) function used for?

The is operator uses it to check whether two objects are identical (as opposed to equal). The actual value that is returned from id() is pretty much never used for anything because it doesn't really have a meaning, and it's platform-dependent.

How do I escape special characters in MySQL?

For testing how to insert the double quotes in MySQL using the terminal, you can use the following way:

TableName(Name,DString) - > Schema
insert into TableName values("Name","My QQDoubleQuotedStringQQ")

After inserting the value you can update the value in the database with double quotes or single quotes:

update table TableName replace(Dstring, "QQ", "\"")

Understanding CUDA grid dimensions, block dimensions and threads organization (simple explanation)

Hardware

If a GPU device has, for example, 4 multiprocessing units, and they can run 768 threads each: then at a given moment no more than 4*768 threads will be really running in parallel (if you planned more threads, they will be waiting their turn).

Software

threads are organized in blocks. A block is executed by a multiprocessing unit. The threads of a block can be indentified (indexed) using 1Dimension(x), 2Dimensions (x,y) or 3Dim indexes (x,y,z) but in any case xyz <= 768 for our example (other restrictions apply to x,y,z, see the guide and your device capability).

Obviously, if you need more than those 4*768 threads you need more than 4 blocks. Blocks may be also indexed 1D, 2D or 3D. There is a queue of blocks waiting to enter the GPU (because, in our example, the GPU has 4 multiprocessors and only 4 blocks are being executed simultaneously).

Now a simple case: processing a 512x512 image

Suppose we want one thread to process one pixel (i,j).

We can use blocks of 64 threads each. Then we need 512*512/64 = 4096 blocks (so to have 512x512 threads = 4096*64)

It's common to organize (to make indexing the image easier) the threads in 2D blocks having blockDim = 8 x 8 (the 64 threads per block). I prefer to call it threadsPerBlock.

dim3 threadsPerBlock(8, 8);  // 64 threads

and 2D gridDim = 64 x 64 blocks (the 4096 blocks needed). I prefer to call it numBlocks.

dim3 numBlocks(imageWidth/threadsPerBlock.x,  /* for instance 512/8 = 64*/
              imageHeight/threadsPerBlock.y); 

The kernel is launched like this:

myKernel <<<numBlocks,threadsPerBlock>>>( /* params for the kernel function */ );       

Finally: there will be something like "a queue of 4096 blocks", where a block is waiting to be assigned one of the multiprocessors of the GPU to get its 64 threads executed.

In the kernel the pixel (i,j) to be processed by a thread is calculated this way:

uint i = (blockIdx.x * blockDim.x) + threadIdx.x;
uint j = (blockIdx.y * blockDim.y) + threadIdx.y;

How to select a radio button by default?

XHTML solution:

<input type="radio" name="imgsel" value="" checked="checked" />

Please note, that the actual value of checked attribute does not actually matter; it's just a convention to assign "checked". Most importantly, strings like "true" or "false" don't have any special meaning.

If you don't aim for XHTML conformance, you can simplify the code to:

<input type="radio" name="imgsel" value="" checked>

How do I add an integer value with javascript (jquery) to a value that's returning a string?

Your code should like this:

<span id="replies">8</span>

var currentValue = $("#replies").text();
var newValue = parseInt(parseFloat(currentValue)) + 1;
$("replies").text(newValue);

Hacks N Tricks

MySQL vs MongoDB 1000 reads

man,,, the answer is that you're basically testing PHP and not a database.

don't bother iterating the results, whether commenting out the print or not. there's a chunk of time.

   foreach ($cursor as $obj)
    {
        //echo $obj["thread_title"] . "<br><Br>";
    }

while the other chunk is spend yacking up a bunch of rand numbers.

function get_15_random_numbers()
{
    $numbers = array();
    for($i=1;$i<=15;$i++)
    {
        $numbers[] = mt_rand(1, 20000000) ;

    }
    return $numbers;
}

then theres a major difference b/w implode and in.

and finally what is going on here. looks like creating a connection each time, thus its testing the connection time plus the query time.

$m = new Mongo();

vs

$db = new AQLDatabase();

so your 101% faster might turn out to be 1000% faster for the underlying query stripped of jazz.

urghhh.

this.getClass().getClassLoader().getResource("...") and NullPointerException

I had the same issue working on a project with Maven. Here how I fixed it: I just put the sources (images, musics and other stuffs) in the resources directory:

src/main/resources

I created the same structure for the packages in the resources directory too. For example:

If my class is on

com.package1.main

In the resources directory I put one package with the same name

com.package1.main

So I use

getClass().getResource("resource.png");

mongodb group values by multiple fields

TLDR Summary

In modern MongoDB releases you can brute force this with $slice just off the basic aggregation result. For "large" results, run parallel queries instead for each grouping ( a demonstration listing is at the end of the answer ), or wait for SERVER-9377 to resolve, which would allow a "limit" to the number of items to $push to an array.

db.books.aggregate([
    { "$group": {
        "_id": {
            "addr": "$addr",
            "book": "$book"
        },
        "bookCount": { "$sum": 1 }
    }},
    { "$group": {
        "_id": "$_id.addr",
        "books": { 
            "$push": { 
                "book": "$_id.book",
                "count": "$bookCount"
            },
        },
        "count": { "$sum": "$bookCount" }
    }},
    { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
    { "$limit": 2 },
    { "$project": {
        "books": { "$slice": [ "$books", 2 ] },
        "count": 1
    }}
])

MongoDB 3.6 Preview

Still not resolving SERVER-9377, but in this release $lookup allows a new "non-correlated" option which takes an "pipeline" expression as an argument instead of the "localFields" and "foreignFields" options. This then allows a "self-join" with another pipeline expression, in which we can apply $limit in order to return the "top-n" results.

db.books.aggregate([
  { "$group": {
    "_id": "$addr",
    "count": { "$sum": 1 }
  }},
  { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
  { "$limit": 2 },
  { "$lookup": {
    "from": "books",
    "let": {
      "addr": "$_id"
    },
    "pipeline": [
      { "$match": { 
        "$expr": { "$eq": [ "$addr", "$$addr"] }
      }},
      { "$group": {
        "_id": "$book",
        "count": { "$sum": 1 }
      }},
      { "$sort": { "count": -1  } },
      { "$limit": 2 }
    ],
    "as": "books"
  }}
])

The other addition here is of course the ability to interpolate the variable through $expr using $match to select the matching items in the "join", but the general premise is a "pipeline within a pipeline" where the inner content can be filtered by matches from the parent. Since they are both "pipelines" themselves we can $limit each result separately.

This would be the next best option to running parallel queries, and actually would be better if the $match were allowed and able to use an index in the "sub-pipeline" processing. So which is does not use the "limit to $push" as the referenced issue asks, it actually delivers something that should work better.


Original Content

You seem have stumbled upon the top "N" problem. In a way your problem is fairly easy to solve though not with the exact limiting that you ask for:

db.books.aggregate([
    { "$group": {
        "_id": {
            "addr": "$addr",
            "book": "$book"
        },
        "bookCount": { "$sum": 1 }
    }},
    { "$group": {
        "_id": "$_id.addr",
        "books": { 
            "$push": { 
                "book": "$_id.book",
                "count": "$bookCount"
            },
        },
        "count": { "$sum": "$bookCount" }
    }},
    { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
    { "$limit": 2 }
])

Now that will give you a result like this:

{
    "result" : [
            {
                    "_id" : "address1",
                    "books" : [
                            {
                                    "book" : "book4",
                                    "count" : 1
                            },
                            {
                                    "book" : "book5",
                                    "count" : 1
                            },
                            {
                                    "book" : "book1",
                                    "count" : 3
                            }
                    ],
                    "count" : 5
            },
            {
                    "_id" : "address2",
                    "books" : [
                            {
                                    "book" : "book5",
                                    "count" : 1
                            },
                            {
                                    "book" : "book1",
                                    "count" : 2
                            }
                    ],
                    "count" : 3
            }
    ],
    "ok" : 1
}

So this differs from what you are asking in that, while we do get the top results for the address values the underlying "books" selection is not limited to only a required amount of results.

This turns out to be very difficult to do, but it can be done though the complexity just increases with the number of items you need to match. To keep it simple we can keep this at 2 matches at most:

db.books.aggregate([
    { "$group": {
        "_id": {
            "addr": "$addr",
            "book": "$book"
        },
        "bookCount": { "$sum": 1 }
    }},
    { "$group": {
        "_id": "$_id.addr",
        "books": { 
            "$push": { 
                "book": "$_id.book",
                "count": "$bookCount"
            },
        },
        "count": { "$sum": "$bookCount" }
    }},
    { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
    { "$limit": 2 },
    { "$unwind": "$books" },
    { "$sort": { "count": 1, "books.count": -1 } },
    { "$group": {
        "_id": "$_id",
        "books": { "$push": "$books" },
        "count": { "$first": "$count" }
    }},
    { "$project": {
        "_id": {
            "_id": "$_id",
            "books": "$books",
            "count": "$count"
        },
        "newBooks": "$books"
    }},
    { "$unwind": "$newBooks" },
    { "$group": {
      "_id": "$_id",
      "num1": { "$first": "$newBooks" }
    }},
    { "$project": {
        "_id": "$_id",
        "newBooks": "$_id.books",
        "num1": 1
    }},
    { "$unwind": "$newBooks" },
    { "$project": {
        "_id": "$_id",
        "num1": 1,
        "newBooks": 1,
        "seen": { "$eq": [
            "$num1",
            "$newBooks"
        ]}
    }},
    { "$match": { "seen": false } },
    { "$group":{
        "_id": "$_id._id",
        "num1": { "$first": "$num1" },
        "num2": { "$first": "$newBooks" },
        "count": { "$first": "$_id.count" }
    }},
    { "$project": {
        "num1": 1,
        "num2": 1,
        "count": 1,
        "type": { "$cond": [ 1, [true,false],0 ] }
    }},
    { "$unwind": "$type" },
    { "$project": {
        "books": { "$cond": [
            "$type",
            "$num1",
            "$num2"
        ]},
        "count": 1
    }},
    { "$group": {
        "_id": "$_id",
        "count": { "$first": "$count" },
        "books": { "$push": "$books" }
    }},
    { "$sort": { "count": -1 } }
])

So that will actually give you the top 2 "books" from the top two "address" entries.

But for my money, stay with the first form and then simply "slice" the elements of the array that are returned to take the first "N" elements.


Demonstration Code

The demonstration code is appropriate for usage with current LTS versions of NodeJS from v8.x and v10.x releases. That's mostly for the async/await syntax, but there is nothing really within the general flow that has any such restriction, and adapts with little alteration to plain promises or even back to plain callback implementation.

index.js

const { MongoClient } = require('mongodb');
const fs = require('mz/fs');

const uri = 'mongodb://localhost:27017';

const log = data => console.log(JSON.stringify(data, undefined, 2));

(async function() {

  try {
    const client = await MongoClient.connect(uri);

    const db = client.db('bookDemo');
    const books = db.collection('books');

    let { version } = await db.command({ buildInfo: 1 });
    version = parseFloat(version.match(new RegExp(/(?:(?!-).)*/))[0]);

    // Clear and load books
    await books.deleteMany({});

    await books.insertMany(
      (await fs.readFile('books.json'))
        .toString()
        .replace(/\n$/,"")
        .split("\n")
        .map(JSON.parse)
    );

    if ( version >= 3.6 ) {

    // Non-correlated pipeline with limits
      let result = await books.aggregate([
        { "$group": {
          "_id": "$addr",
          "count": { "$sum": 1 }
        }},
        { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
        { "$limit": 2 },
        { "$lookup": {
          "from": "books",
          "as": "books",
          "let": { "addr": "$_id" },
          "pipeline": [
            { "$match": {
              "$expr": { "$eq": [ "$addr", "$$addr" ] }
            }},
            { "$group": {
              "_id": "$book",
              "count": { "$sum": 1 },
            }},
            { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
            { "$limit": 2 }
          ]
        }}
      ]).toArray();

      log({ result });
    }

    // Serial result procesing with parallel fetch

    // First get top addr items
    let topaddr = await books.aggregate([
      { "$group": {
        "_id": "$addr",
        "count": { "$sum": 1 }
      }},
      { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
      { "$limit": 2 }
    ]).toArray();

    // Run parallel top books for each addr
    let topbooks = await Promise.all(
      topaddr.map(({ _id: addr }) =>
        books.aggregate([
          { "$match": { addr } },
          { "$group": {
            "_id": "$book",
            "count": { "$sum": 1 }
          }},
          { "$sort": { "count": -1 } },
          { "$limit": 2 }
        ]).toArray()
      )
    );

    // Merge output
    topaddr = topaddr.map((d,i) => ({ ...d, books: topbooks[i] }));
    log({ topaddr });

    client.close();

  } catch(e) {
    console.error(e)
  } finally {
    process.exit()
  }

})()

books.json

{ "addr": "address1",  "book": "book1"  }
{ "addr": "address2",  "book": "book1"  }
{ "addr": "address1",  "book": "book5"  }
{ "addr": "address3",  "book": "book9"  }
{ "addr": "address2",  "book": "book5"  }
{ "addr": "address2",  "book": "book1"  }
{ "addr": "address1",  "book": "book1"  }
{ "addr": "address15", "book": "book1"  }
{ "addr": "address9",  "book": "book99" }
{ "addr": "address90", "book": "book33" }
{ "addr": "address4",  "book": "book3"  }
{ "addr": "address5",  "book": "book1"  }
{ "addr": "address77", "book": "book11" }
{ "addr": "address1",  "book": "book1"  }

SQL: How to get the count of each distinct value in a column?

SELECT
  category,
  COUNT(*) AS `num`
FROM
  posts
GROUP BY
  category

How to resolve Unable to load authentication plugin 'caching_sha2_password' issue

I am using mysql 8.0.12 and updating the mysql connector to mysql-connector-java-8.0.12 resolved the issue for me.

Hope it helps somebody.

Using lambda expressions for event handlers

There are no performance implications since the compiler will translate your lambda expression into an equivalent delegate. Lambda expressions are nothing more than a language feature that the compiler translates into the exact same code that you are used to working with.

The compiler will convert the code you have to something like this:

public partial class MyPage : System.Web.UI.Page
{
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        //snip
        MyButton.Click += new EventHandler(delegate (Object o, EventArgs a) 
        {
            //snip
        });
    }
}

How to check for an undefined or null variable in JavaScript?

Since there is no single complete and correct answer, I will try to summarize:

In general, the expression:

if (typeof(variable) != "undefined" && variable != null)

cannot be simplified, because the variable might be undeclared so omitting the typeof(variable) != "undefined" would result in ReferenceError. But, you can simplify the expression according to the context:

If the variable is global, you can simplify to:

if (window.variable != null)

If it is local, you can probably avoid situations when this variable is undeclared, and also simplify to:

if (variable != null)

If it is object property, you don't have to worry about ReferenceError:

if (obj.property != null)

How can I solve the error 'TS2532: Object is possibly 'undefined'?

With the release of TypeScript 3.7, optional chaining (the ? operator) is now officially available.

As such, you can simplify your expression to the following:

const data = change?.after?.data();

You may read more about it from that version's release notes, which cover other interesting features released on that version.

Run the following to install the latest stable release of TypeScript.

npm install typescript

That being said, Optional Chaining can be used alongside Nullish Coalescing to provide a fallback value when dealing with null or undefined values

const data = change?.after?.data() ?? someOtherData();

Set textbox to readonly and background color to grey in jquery

As per you question this is what you can do

HTML

<textarea id='sample'>Area adskds;das;dsald da'adslda'daladhkdslasdljads</textarea>

JS/Jquery

$(function () {
    $('#sample').attr('readonly', 'true'); // mark it as read only
    $('#sample').css('background-color' , '#DEDEDE'); // change the background color
});

or add a class in you css with the required styling

$('#sample').addClass('yourclass');

DEMO

Let me know if the requirement was different

Twitter Bootstrap 3, vertically center content

You can use display:inline-block instead of float and vertical-align:middle with this CSS:

.col-lg-4, .col-lg-8 {
    float:none;
    display:inline-block;
    vertical-align:middle;
    margin-right:-4px;
}

The demo http://bootply.com/94402

How to get the public IP address of a user in C#

lblmessage.Text =Request.ServerVariables["REMOTE_HOST"].ToString();

Implementing IDisposable correctly

The following example shows the general best practice to implement IDisposable interface. Reference

Keep in mind that you need a destructor(finalizer) only if you have unmanaged resources in your class. And if you add a destructor you should suppress Finalization in the Dispose, otherwise it will cause your objects resides in memory for two garbage cycles (Note: Read how Finalization works). Below example elaborate all above.

public class DisposeExample
{
    // A base class that implements IDisposable. 
    // By implementing IDisposable, you are announcing that 
    // instances of this type allocate scarce resources. 
    public class MyResource: IDisposable
    {
        // Pointer to an external unmanaged resource. 
        private IntPtr handle;
        // Other managed resource this class uses. 
        private Component component = new Component();
        // Track whether Dispose has been called. 
        private bool disposed = false;

        // The class constructor. 
        public MyResource(IntPtr handle)
        {
            this.handle = handle;
        }

        // Implement IDisposable. 
        // Do not make this method virtual. 
        // A derived class should not be able to override this method. 
        public void Dispose()
        {
            Dispose(true);
            // This object will be cleaned up by the Dispose method. 
            // Therefore, you should call GC.SupressFinalize to 
            // take this object off the finalization queue 
            // and prevent finalization code for this object 
            // from executing a second time.
            GC.SuppressFinalize(this);
        }

        // Dispose(bool disposing) executes in two distinct scenarios. 
        // If disposing equals true, the method has been called directly 
        // or indirectly by a user's code. Managed and unmanaged resources 
        // can be disposed. 
        // If disposing equals false, the method has been called by the 
        // runtime from inside the finalizer and you should not reference 
        // other objects. Only unmanaged resources can be disposed. 
        protected virtual void Dispose(bool disposing)
        {
            // Check to see if Dispose has already been called. 
            if(!this.disposed)
            {
                // If disposing equals true, dispose all managed 
                // and unmanaged resources. 
                if(disposing)
                {
                    // Dispose managed resources.
                    component.Dispose();
                }

                // Call the appropriate methods to clean up 
                // unmanaged resources here. 
                // If disposing is false, 
                // only the following code is executed.
                CloseHandle(handle);
                handle = IntPtr.Zero;

                // Note disposing has been done.
                disposed = true;

            }
        }

        // Use interop to call the method necessary 
        // to clean up the unmanaged resource.
        [System.Runtime.InteropServices.DllImport("Kernel32")]
        private extern static Boolean CloseHandle(IntPtr handle);

        // Use C# destructor syntax for finalization code. 
        // This destructor will run only if the Dispose method 
        // does not get called. 
        // It gives your base class the opportunity to finalize. 
        // Do not provide destructors in types derived from this class.
        ~MyResource()
        {
            // Do not re-create Dispose clean-up code here. 
            // Calling Dispose(false) is optimal in terms of 
            // readability and maintainability.
            Dispose(false);
        }
    }
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Insert code here to create 
        // and use the MyResource object.
    }
}

Very Simple Image Slider/Slideshow with left and right button. No autoplay

After reading your comment on my previous answer I thought I might put this as a separate answer.

Although I appreciate your approach of trying to do it manually to get a better grasp on jQuery I do still emphasise the merit in using existing frameworks.

That said, here is a solution. I've modified some of your css and and HTML just to make it easier for me to work with

WORKING JS FIDDLE - http://jsfiddle.net/HsEne/15/

This is the jQuery

$(document).ready(function(){
$('.sp').first().addClass('active');
$('.sp').hide();    
$('.active').show();

    $('#button-next').click(function(){

    $('.active').removeClass('active').addClass('oldActive');    
                   if ( $('.oldActive').is(':last-child')) {
        $('.sp').first().addClass('active');
        }
        else{
        $('.oldActive').next().addClass('active');
        }
    $('.oldActive').removeClass('oldActive');
    $('.sp').fadeOut();
    $('.active').fadeIn();


    });

       $('#button-previous').click(function(){
    $('.active').removeClass('active').addClass('oldActive');    
           if ( $('.oldActive').is(':first-child')) {
        $('.sp').last().addClass('active');
        }
           else{
    $('.oldActive').prev().addClass('active');
           }
    $('.oldActive').removeClass('oldActive');
    $('.sp').fadeOut();
    $('.active').fadeIn();
    });




});

So now the explanation.
Stage 1
1) Load the script on document ready.

2) Grab the first slide and add a class 'active' to it so we know which slide we are dealing with.

3) Hide all slides and show active slide. So now slide #1 is display block and all the rest are display:none;

Stage 2 Working with the button-next click event.
1) Remove the current active class from the slide that will be disappearing and give it the class oldActive so we know that it is on it's way out.

2) Next is an if statement to check if we are at the end of the slideshow and need to return to the start again. It checks if oldActive (i.e. the outgoing slide) is the last child. If it is, then go back to the first child and make it 'active'. If it's not the last child, then just grab the next element (using .next() ) and give it class active.

3) We remove the class oldActive because it's no longer needed.

4) fadeOut all of the slides

5) fade In the active slides

Step 3

Same as in step two but using some reverse logic for traversing through the elements backwards.

It's important to note there are thousands of ways you can achieve this. This is merely my take on the situation.

Is there any way to change input type="date" format?

As said, the <input type=date ... > is not fully implemented in most browsers, so let's talk about webkit like browsers (chrome).

Using linux, you can change it by changing the environment variable LANG, LC_TIME don't seems to work(for me at least).

You can type locale in a terminal to see your current values. I think the same concept can be applied to IOS.

eg: Using:

LANG=en_US.UTF-8 /opt/google/chrome/chrome

The date is showed as mm/dd/yyyy

Using:

LANG=pt_BR /opt/google/chrome/chrome

The date is showed as dd/mm/yyyy

You can use http://lh.2xlibre.net/locale/pt_BR/ (change pt_BR by your locale) to create you own custom locale and format your dates as you want.

A nice more advanced reference on how change default system date is: https://ccollins.wordpress.com/2009/01/06/how-to-change-date-formats-on-ubuntu/ and https://askubuntu.com/questions/21316/how-can-i-customize-a-system-locale

You can see you real current date format using date:

$ date +%x
01-06-2015

But as LC_TIME and d_fmt seems to be rejected by chrome ( and I think it's a bug in webkit or chrome ), sadly it don't work. :'(

So, unfortunately the response, is IF LANG environment variable do not solve your problem, there is no way yet.

How to view DLL functions?

You may try the Object Browser in Visual Studio.

Select Edit Custom Component Set. From there, you can choose from a variety of .NET, COM or project libraries or just import external dlls via Browse.

How to get the version of ionic framework?

Ionic projects structure are similar as Angular projects, you can get use

ionic info

command to Print project, system, and environment information.

enter image description here

This command is an easy way to share information about your setup. If applicable, be sure to run ionic info within your project directory to display even more information.

We may use --json after ionic info to print system/environment info in JSON format

ionic info --json

Python: Converting from ISO-8859-1/latin1 to UTF-8

Decode to Unicode, encode the results to UTF8.

apple.decode('latin1').encode('utf8')

Xampp-mysql - "Table doesn't exist in engine" #1932

  1. stop mysql
  2. copy xampp\mysql\data\ib* from old server to new server
  3. start mysql

How to mock location on device?

I wrote an App that runs a WebServer (REST-Like) on your Android Phone, so you can set the GPS position remotely. The website provides an Map on which you can click to set a new position, or use the "wasd" keys to move in any direction. The app was a quick solution so there is nearly no UI nor Documentation, but the implementation is straight forward and you can look everything up in the (only four) classes.

Project repository: https://github.com/juliusmh/RemoteGeoFix

Threads vs Processes in Linux

If you need to share resources, you really should use threads.

Also consider the fact that context switches between threads are much less expensive than context switches between processes.

I see no reason to explicitly go with separate processes unless you have a good reason to do so (security, proven performance tests, etc...)

How to clear out session on log out

I would prefer Session.Abandon()

Session.Clear() will not cause End to fire and further requests from the client will not raise the Session Start event.

Fire event on enter key press for a textbox

Try this option.

update that coding part in Page_Load event before catching IsPostback

 TextBox1.Attributes.Add("onkeydown", "if(event.which || event.keyCode){if ((event.which == 13) || (event.keyCode == 13)) {document.getElementById('ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_Button1').click();return false;}} else {return true}; ");

Check number of arguments passed to a Bash script

In case you want to be on the safe side, I recommend to use getopts.

Here is a small example:

    while getopts "x:c" opt; do
      case $opt in
        c)
          echo "-$opt was triggered, deploy to ci account" >&2
          DEPLOY_CI_ACCT="true"
          ;;
            x)
              echo "-$opt was triggered, Parameter: $OPTARG" >&2 
              CMD_TO_EXEC=${OPTARG}
              ;;
            \?)
              echo "Invalid option: -$OPTARG" >&2 
              Usage
              exit 1
              ;;
            :)
              echo "Option -$OPTARG requires an argument." >&2 
              Usage
              exit 1
              ;;
          esac
        done

see more details here for example http://wiki.bash-hackers.org/howto/getopts_tutorial

Rounding float in Ruby

def rounding(float,precision)
    return ((float * 10**precision).round.to_f) / (10**precision)
end

Spring get current ApplicationContext

Simply inject it..

@Autowired
private ApplicationContext appContext;

or implement this interface: ApplicationContextAware

Compare two files report difference in python

import difflib
f=open('a.txt','r')  #open a file
f1=open('b.txt','r') #open another file to compare
str1=f.read()
str2=f1.read()
str1=str1.split()  #split the words in file by default through the spce
str2=str2.split()
d=difflib.Differ()     # compare and just print
diff=list(d.compare(str2,str1))
print '\n'.join(diff)

How can I emulate a get request exactly like a web browser?

Are you sure the curl module honors ini_set('user_agent',...)? There is an option CURLOPT_USERAGENT described at http://docs.php.net/function.curl-setopt.
Could there also be a cookie tested by the server? That you can handle by using CURLOPT_COOKIE, CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE and/or CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR.

edit: Since the request uses https there might also be error in verifying the certificate, see CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER.

$url="https://new.aol.com/productsweb/subflows/ScreenNameFlow/AjaxSNAction.do?s=username&f=firstname&l=lastname";
$agent= 'Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)';

$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_VERBOSE, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERAGENT, $agent);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL,$url);
$result=curl_exec($ch);
var_dump($result);

How to enable Bootstrap tooltip on disabled button?

If you're desperate (like i was) for tooltips on checkboxes, textboxes and the like, then here is my hackey workaround:

$('input:disabled, button:disabled').after(function (e) {
    d = $("<div>");
    i = $(this);
    d.css({
        height: i.outerHeight(),
        width: i.outerWidth(),
        position: "absolute",
    })
    d.css(i.offset());
    d.attr("title", i.attr("title"));
    d.tooltip();
    return d;
});

Working examples: http://jsfiddle.net/WB6bM/11/

For what its worth, I believe tooltips on disabled form elements is very important to the UX. If you're preventing somebody from doing something, you should tell them why.

How do you find out the type of an object (in Swift)?

Here is 2 ways I recommend doing it:

if let thisShape = aShape as? Square 

Or:

aShape.isKindOfClass(Square)

Here is a detailed example:

class Shape { }
class Square: Shape { } 
class Circle: Shape { }

var aShape = Shape()
aShape = Square()

if let thisShape = aShape as? Square {
    println("Its a square")
} else {
    println("Its not a square")
}

if aShape.isKindOfClass(Square) {
    println("Its a square")
} else {
    println("Its not a square")
}

Regex for numbers only

This works with integers and decimal numbers. It doesn't match if the number has the coma thousand separator ,

"^-?\\d*(\\.\\d+)?$"

some strings that matches with this:

894
923.21
76876876
.32
-894
-923.21
-76876876
-.32

some strings that doesn't:

hello
9bye
hello9bye
888,323
5,434.3
-8,336.09
87078.

Download files from SFTP with SSH.NET library

Without you providing any specific error message, it's hard to give specific suggestions.

However, I was using the same example and was getting a permissions exception on File.OpenWrite - using the localFileName variable, because using Path.GetFile was pointing to a location that obviously would not have permissions for opening a file > C:\ProgramFiles\IIS(Express)\filename.doc

I found that using System.IO.Path.GetFileName is not correct, use System.IO.Path.GetFullPath instead, point to your file starting with "C:\..."

Also open your solution in FileExplorer and grant permissions to asp.net for the file or any folders holding the file. I was able to download my file at that point.

Spring JSON request getting 406 (not Acceptable)

Can you remove the headers element in @RequestMapping and try..

Like


@RequestMapping(value="/getTemperature/{id}", method = RequestMethod.GET)

I guess spring does an 'contains check' rather than exact match for accept headers. But still, worth a try to remove the headers element and check.

How do I parse JSON with Objective-C?

  1. I recommend and use TouchJSON for parsing JSON.
  2. To answer your comment to Alex. Here's quick code that should allow you to get the fields like activity_details, last_name, etc. from the json dictionary that is returned:

    NSDictionary *userinfo=[jsondic valueforKey:@"#data"];
    NSDictionary *user;
    NSInteger i = 0;
    NSString *skey;
    if(userinfo != nil){
        for( i = 0; i < [userinfo count]; i++ ) {
            if(i)
                skey = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%d",i];
            else
                skey = @"";
    
            user = [userinfo objectForKey:skey];
            NSLog(@"activity_details:%@",[user objectForKey:@"activity_details"]);
            NSLog(@"last_name:%@",[user objectForKey:@"last_name"]);
            NSLog(@"first_name:%@",[user objectForKey:@"first_name"]);
            NSLog(@"photo_url:%@",[user objectForKey:@"photo_url"]);
        }
    }
    

Git diff against a stash

If your working tree is dirty, you can compare it to a stash by first committing the dirty working tree, and then comparing it to the stash. Afterwards, you may undo the commit with the dirty working tree (since you might not want to have that dirty commit in your commit log).

You can also use the following approach to compare two stashes with each other (in which case you just pop one of the stashes at first).

  • Commit your dirty working tree:

    git add .
    git commit -m "Dirty commit"
    
  • Diff the stash with that commit:

    git diff HEAD stash@{0}
    
  • Then, afterwards, you may revert the commit, and put it back in the working dir:

    git reset --soft HEAD~1
    git reset .
    

Now you've diffed the dirty working tree with your stash, and are back to where you were initially.

How do I get the YouTube video ID from a URL?

Java Code: (Works for all the URLs:

  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zM3nApSvMg&feature=feedrec_grec_index
  2. http://www.youtube.com/user/IngridMichaelsonVEVO#p/a/u/1/QdK8U-VIH_o
  3. http://youtube.googleapis.com/v/0zM3nApSvMg?fs=1&hl=en_US&rel=0
  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zM3nApSvMg#t=0m10s
  5. http://www.youtube.com/embed/0zM3nApSvMg?rel=0"
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zM3nApSvMg
  7. http://youtu.be/0zM3nApSvMg
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zM3nApSvMg/
  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=8UVNT4wvIGY

)

    String url = "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zM3nApSvMg&feature=feedrec_grec_index";

    String regExp = "/.*(?:youtu.be\\/|v\\/|u/\\w/|embed\\/|watch\\?.*&?v=)";
    Pattern compiledPattern = Pattern.compile(regExp);
    Matcher matcher = compiledPattern.matcher(url);
    if(matcher.find()){
        int start = matcher.end();
        System.out.println("ID : " + url.substring(start, start+11));

    }

For DailyMotion:

String url = "http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4xvnz_the-funny-crash-compilation_fun";

    String regExp = "/video/([^_]+)/?";
    Pattern compiledPattern = Pattern.compile(regExp);
    Matcher matcher = compiledPattern.matcher(url);
    if(matcher.find()){
        String match = matcher.group();
        System.out.println("ID : " + match.substring(match.lastIndexOf("/")+1));

    }

Get UserDetails object from Security Context in Spring MVC controller

Let Spring 3 injection take care of this.

Thanks to tsunade21 the easiest way is:

 @RequestMapping(method = RequestMethod.GET)   
 public ModelAndView anyMethodNameGoesHere(Principal principal) {
        final String loggedInUserName = principal.getName();

 }

Checking for empty or null List<string>

Most answers here focused on how to check if a collection is Empty or Null which was quite straight forward as demonstrated by them.

Like many people here, I was also wondering why does not Microsoft itself provide such a basic feature which is already provided for String type (String.IsNullOrEmpty())? Then I encountered this guideline from Microsoft where it says:

X DO NOT return null values from collection properties or from methods returning collections. Return an empty collection or an empty array instead.

The general rule is that null and empty (0 item) collections or arrays should be treated the same.

So, ideally you should never have a collection which is null if you follow this guideline from Microsoft. And that will help you to remove unnecessary null checking which ultimately will make your code more readable. In this case, someone just need to check : myList.Any() to find out whether there is any element present in the list.

Hope this explanation will help someone who will face same problem in future and wondering why isn't there any such feature to check whether a collection is null or empty.

if var == False

var = False
if not var: print 'learnt stuff'

What are pipe and tap methods in Angular tutorial?

You are right, the documentation lacks of those methods. However when I dug into rxjs repository, I found nice comments about tap (too long to paste here) and pipe operators:

  /**
   * Used to stitch together functional operators into a chain.
   * @method pipe
   * @return {Observable} the Observable result of all of the operators having
   * been called in the order they were passed in.
   *
   * @example
   *
   * import { map, filter, scan } from 'rxjs/operators';
   *
   * Rx.Observable.interval(1000)
   *   .pipe(
   *     filter(x => x % 2 === 0),
   *     map(x => x + x),
   *     scan((acc, x) => acc + x)
   *   )
   *   .subscribe(x => console.log(x))
   */

In brief:

Pipe: Used to stitch together functional operators into a chain. Before we could just do observable.filter().map().scan(), but since every RxJS operator is a standalone function rather than an Observable's method, we need pipe() to make a chain of those operators (see example above).

Tap: Can perform side effects with observed data but does not modify the stream in any way. Formerly called do(). You can think of it as if observable was an array over time, then tap() would be an equivalent to Array.forEach().

Format a BigDecimal as String with max 2 decimal digits, removing 0 on decimal part

I used DecimalFormat for formatting the BigDecimal instead of formatting the String, seems no problems with it.

The code is something like this:

bd = bd.setScale(2, BigDecimal.ROUND_DOWN);

DecimalFormat df = new DecimalFormat();

df.setMaximumFractionDigits(2);

df.setMinimumFractionDigits(0);

df.setGroupingUsed(false);

String result = df.format(bd);

Get current time in seconds since the Epoch on Linux, Bash

This is an extension to what @pellucide has done, but for Macs:

To determine the number of seconds since epoch (Jan 1 1970) for any given date (e.g. Oct 21 1973)

$ date -j -f "%b %d %Y %T" "Oct 21 1973 00:00:00" "+%s"
120034800

Please note, that for completeness, I have added the time part to the format. The reason being is that date will take whatever date part you gave it and add the current time to the value provided. For example, if you execute the above command at 4:19PM, without the '00:00:00' part, it will add the time automatically. Such that "Oct 21 1973" will be parsed as "Oct 21 1973 16:19:00". That may not be what you want.

To convert your timestamp back to a date:

$ date -j -r 120034800
Sun Oct 21 00:00:00 PDT 1973

Apple's man page for the date implementation: https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Darwin/Reference/ManPages/man1/date.1.html

Is there a way to get a list of column names in sqlite?

Assuming that you know the table name, and want the names of the data columns you can use the listed code will do it in a simple and elegant way to my taste:

import sqlite3

def get_col_names():
#this works beautifully given that you know the table name
    conn = sqlite3.connect("t.db")
    c = conn.cursor()
    c.execute("select * from tablename")
    return [member[0] for member in c.description]

Communication between tabs or windows

This is a development storage part of Tomas M answer for Chrome. We must add listener

window.addEventListener("storage", (e)=> { console.log(e) } );

Load/save item in storage not runt this event - we MUST trigger it manually by

window.dispatchEvent( new Event('storage') ); // THIS IS IMPORTANT ON CHROME

and now, all open tab-s will receive event

How to annotate MYSQL autoincrement field with JPA annotations

If you are using MariaDB this will work

@Id
@GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.IDENTITY)
@Column(name = "id", updatable = false, nullable = false)
private Long id;

For more, you can check https://thorben-janssen.com/hibernate-tips-use-auto-incremented-column-primary-key/

How to decrease prod bundle size?

This did reduce the size in my case:

ng build --prod --build-optimizer --optimization.

For Angular 5+ ng-build --prod does this by default. Size after running this command reduced from 1.7MB to 1.2MB, but not enough for my production purpose.

I work on facebook messenger platform and messenger apps need to be lesser than 1MB to run on messenger platform. Been trying to figure out a solution for effective tree shaking but still no luck.

Disable pasting text into HTML form

I did something similar to this for http://bookmarkchamp.com - there I wanted to detect when a user copied something into an HTML field. The implementation I came up with was to check the field constantly to see if at any time there was suddenly a whole lot of text in there.

In other words: if once milisecond ago there was no text, and now there are more than 5 chars... then the user probably pasted something in the field.

If you want to see this working in Bookmarkchamp (you need to be registered), paste a URL into the URL field (or drag and drop a URL in there).

How can I stop float left?

Sometimes clear will not work. Use float: none as an override

The shortest possible output from git log containing author and date

To show the commits I have staged that are ready to push I do

git log remotes/trunk~4..HEAD --pretty=format:"%C(yellow)%h%C(white) %ad %aN%x09%d%x09%s" --date=short | awk -F'\t' '{gsub(/[, ]/,"",$2);gsub(/HEAD/, "\033[1;36mH\033[00m",$2);gsub(/master/, "\033[1;32mm\033[00m",$2);gsub(/trunk/, "\033[1;31mt\033[00m",$2);print $1 "\t" gensub(/([\(\)])/, "\033[0;33m\\1\033[00m","g",$2) $3}' | less -eiFRXS

The output looks something like:

ef87da7 2013-01-17 haslers      (Hm)Fix NPE in Frobble
8f6d80f 2013-01-17 haslers      Refactor Frobble
815813b 2013-01-17 haslers      (t)Add Wibble to Frobble
3616373 2013-01-17 haslers      Add Foo to Frobble
3b5ccf0 2013-01-17 haslers      Add Bar to Frobble
a1db9ef 2013-01-17 haslers      Add Frobble Widget

Where the first column appears in yellow, and the 'H' 'm' and 't' in parentesis show the HEAD, master and trunk and appear in their usual "--decorate" colors

Here it is with line breaks so you can see what it's doing:

git log remotes/trunk~4..HEAD --date=short
    --pretty=format:"%C(yellow)%h%C(white) %ad %aN%x09%d%x09%s"
    | awk -F'\t' '{
         gsub(/[, ]/,"",$2);
         gsub(/HEAD/, "\033[1;36mH\033[00m",$2);
         gsub(/master/, "\033[1;32mm\033[00m",$2);
         gsub(/trunk/, "\033[1;31mt\033[00m",$2);
         print $1 "\t" gensub(/([\(\)])/, "\033[0;33m\\1\033[00m","g",$2) $3}'

I have aliased to "staged" with:

git config alias.staged '!git log remotes/trunk~4..HEAD --date=short --pretty=format:"%C(yellow)%h%C(white) %ad %aN%x09%d%x09%s" | awk -F"\t" "{gsub(/[, ]/,\"\",\$2);gsub(/HEAD/, \"\033[1;36mH\033[00m\",\$2);gsub(/master/, \"\033[1;32mm\033[00m\",\$2);gsub(/trunk/, \"\033[1;31mt\033[00m\",\$2);print \$1 \"\t\" gensub(/([\(\)])/, \"\033[0;33m\\\\\1\033[00m\",\"g\",\$2) \$3}"'

(Is there an easier way to escape that? it was a bit tricky to work out what needed escaping)

What does it mean: The serializable class does not declare a static final serialVersionUID field?

From the javadoc:

The serialization runtime associates with each serializable class a version number, called a serialVersionUID, which is used during deserialization to verify that the sender and receiver of a serialized object have loaded classes for that object that are compatible with respect to serialization. If the receiver has loaded a class for the object that has a different serialVersionUID than that of the corresponding sender's class, then deserialization will result in an InvalidClassException. A serializable class can declare its own serialVersionUID explicitly by declaring a field named "serialVersionUID" that must be static, final, and of type long:

You can configure your IDE to:

  • ignore this, instead of giving a warning.
  • autogenerate an id

As per your additional question "Can it be that the discussed warning message is a reason why my GUI application freeze?":

No, it can't be. It can cause a problem only if you are serializing objects and deserializing them in a different place (or time) where (when) the class has changed, and it will not result in freezing, but in InvalidClassException.

How can I remove an element from a list?

Removing Null elements from a list in single line :

x=x[-(which(sapply(x,is.null),arr.ind=TRUE))]

Cheers

installing requests module in python 2.7 windows

  1. Download the source code(zip or rar package).
  2. Run the setup.py inside.

Switch on Enum in Java

First, you can switch on an enum in Java. I'm guessing you intended to say you can’t, but you can. chars have a set range of values, so it's easy to compare. Strings can be anything.

A switch statement is usually implemented as a jump table (branch table) in the underlying compilation, which is only possible with a finite set of values. C# can switch on strings, but it causes a performance decrease because a jump table cannot be used.

Java 7 and later supports String switches with the same characteristics.

Autocompletion in Vim

If you are using VIM version 8+, just type Ctrl + n or Ctrl + p.

The program can't start because cygwin1.dll is missing... in Eclipse CDT

You can compile with either Cygwin's g++ or MinGW (via stand-alone or using Cygwin package). However, in order to run it, you need to add the Cygwin1.dll (and others) PATH to the system Windows PATH, before any cygwin style paths.

Thus add: ;C:\cygwin64\bin to the end of your Windows system PATH variable.

Also, to compile for use in CMD or PowerShell, you may need to use:

x86_64-w64-mingw32-g++.exe -static -std=c++11 prog_name.cc -o prog_name.exe

(This invokes the cross-compiler, if installed.)

Comparison of Android Web Service and Networking libraries: OKHTTP, Retrofit and Volley

AFNetworking for Android:

Fast Android Networking is here

Fast Android Networking Library supports all types of HTTP/HTTPS request like GET, POST, DELETE, HEAD, PUT, PATCH

Fast Android Networking Library supports downloading any type of file

Fast Android Networking Library supports uploading any type of file (supports multipart upload)

Fast Android Networking Library supports cancelling a request

Fast Android Networking Library supports setting priority to any request (LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH, IMMEDIATE)

Fast Android Networking Library supports RxJava

As it uses OkHttp as a networking layer, it supports:

Fast Android Networking Library supports HTTP/2 support allows all requests to the same host to share a socket

Fast Android Networking Library uses connection pooling which reduces request latency (if HTTP/2 isn’t available)

Transparent GZIP shrinks download sizes

Fast Android Networking Library supports response caching which avoids the network completely for repeat requests

Thanks: The library is created by me

SqlDataAdapter vs SqlDataReader

The Fill function uses a DataReader internally. If your consideration is "Which one is more efficient?", then using a DataReader in a tight loop that populates a collection record-by-record, is likely to be the same load on the system as using DataAdapter.Fill.

(System.Data.dll, System.Data.Common.DbDataAdapter, FillInternal.)

Why would you use Expression<Func<T>> rather than Func<T>?

I'd like to add some notes about the differences between Func<T> and Expression<Func<T>>:

  • Func<T> is just a normal old-school MulticastDelegate;
  • Expression<Func<T>> is a representation of lambda expression in form of expression tree;
  • expression tree can be constructed through lambda expression syntax or through the API syntax;
  • expression tree can be compiled to a delegate Func<T>;
  • the inverse conversion is theoretically possible, but it's a kind of decompiling, there is no builtin functionality for that as it's not a straightforward process;
  • expression tree can be observed/translated/modified through the ExpressionVisitor;
  • the extension methods for IEnumerable operate with Func<T>;
  • the extension methods for IQueryable operate with Expression<Func<T>>.

There's an article which describes the details with code samples:
LINQ: Func<T> vs. Expression<Func<T>>.

Hope it will be helpful.

Help with packages in java - import does not work

The standard Java classloader is a stickler for directory structure. Each entry in the classpath is a directory or jar file (or zip file, really), which it then searches for the given class file. For example, if your classpath is ".;my.jar", it will search for com.example.Foo in the following locations:

./com/example/
my.jar:/com/example/

That is, it will look in the subdirectory that has the 'modified name' of the package, where '.' is replaced with the file separator.

Also, it is noteworthy that you cannot nest .jar files.

ActiveModel::ForbiddenAttributesError when creating new user

I guess you are using Rails 4. If so, the needed parameters must be marked as required.

You might want to do it like this:

class UsersController < ApplicationController

  def create
    @user = User.new(user_params)
    # ...
  end

  private

  def user_params
    params.require(:user).permit(:username, :email, :password, :salt, :encrypted_password)
  end
end

Android setOnClickListener method - How does it work?

It works by same principle of anonymous inner class where we can instantiate an interface without actually defining a class :

Ref: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/anonymous-inner-class-java/

How can I check if a var is a string in JavaScript?

Following expression returns true:

'qwe'.constructor === String

Following expression returns true:

typeof 'qwe' === 'string'

Following expression returns false (sic!):

typeof new String('qwe') === 'string'

Following expression returns true:

typeof new String('qwe').valueOf() === 'string'

Best and right way (imho):

if (someVariable.constructor === String) {
   ...
}

Check if all checkboxes are selected

A class independent solution

var checkBox = 'input[type="checkbox"]';
if ($(checkBox+':checked').length == $(checkBox).length) {
   //Do Something
}

HTTP Request in Kotlin

Using only the standard library with minimal code!

thread {
    val jsonStr = try { URL(url).readText() } catch (ex: Exception) { return@thread }
    runOnUiThread { displayOrWhatever(jsonStr) }
}

This starts a GET request on a new thread, leaving the UI thread to respond to user input. However, we can only modify UI elements from the main/UI thread, so we actually need a runOnUiThread block to show the result to our user. This enqueues our display code to be run on the UI thread soon.

The try/catch is there so your app won't crash if you make a request with your phone's internet off. Add your own error handling (e.g. showing a Toast) as you please.

.readText() is not part of the java.net.URL class but a Kotlin extension method, Kotlin "glues" this method onto URL. This is enough for plain GET requests, but for more control and POST requests you need something like the Fuel library.

Wait till a Function with animations is finished until running another Function

This answer uses promises, a JavaScript feature of the ECMAScript 6 standard. If your target platform does not support promises, polyfill it with PromiseJs.

You can get the Deferred object jQuery creates for the animation using .promise() on the animation call. Wrapping these Deferreds into ES6 Promises results in much cleaner code than using timers.

You can also use Deferreds directly, but this is generally discouraged because they do not follow the Promises/A+ specification.

The resulting code would look like this:

var p1 = Promise.resolve($('#Content').animate({ opacity: 0.5 }, { duration: 500, queue: false }).promise());
var p2 = Promise.resolve($('#Content').animate({ marginLeft: "-100px" }, { duration: 2000, queue: false }).promise());
Promise.all([p1, p2]).then(function () {
    return $('#Content').animate({ width: 0 }, { duration: 500, queue: false }).promise();
});

Note that the function in Promise.all() returns the promise. This is where magic happens. If in a then call a promise is returned, the next then call will wait for that promise to be resolved before executing.

jQuery uses an animation queue for each element. So animations on the same element are executed synchronously. In this case you wouldn't have to use promises at all!

I have disabled the jQuery animation queue to demonstrate how it would work with promises.

Promise.all() takes an array of promises and creates a new Promise that finishes after all promises in the array finished.

Promise.race() also takes an array of promises, but finishes as soon as the first Promise finished.

How to loop and render elements in React.js without an array of objects to map?

Array.from() takes an iterable object to convert to an array and an optional map function. You could create an object with a .length property as follows:

return Array.from({length: this.props.level}, (item, index) => 
  <span className="indent" key={index}></span>
);

Get the current time in C

#include<stdio.h>
#include<time.h>

void main()
{
    time_t t;
    time(&t);
    printf("\n current time is : %s",ctime(&t));
}

Maven Install on Mac OS X

macOS Sierra onwards

brew install maven

Newline in string attribute

Also doesn't work with

<TextBlock><TextBlock.Text>NO USING ABOVE TECHNIQUE HERE</TextBlock.Text>

No big deal, just needed to use

<TextBlock Text="Cool &#x0a;Newline trick" />

instead.

Determine command line working directory when running node bin script

  • process.cwd() returns directory where command has been executed (not directory of the node package) if it's has not been changed by 'process.chdir' inside of application.
  • __filename returns absolute path to file where it is placed.
  • __dirname returns absolute path to directory of __filename.

If you need to load files from your module directory you need to use relative paths.

require('../lib/test');

instead of

var lib  = path.join(path.dirname(fs.realpathSync(__filename)), '../lib');

require(lib + '/test');

It's always relative to file where it called from and don't depend on current work dir.

What is the meaning of the CascadeType.ALL for a @ManyToOne JPA association

In JPA 2.0 if you want to delete an address if you removed it from a User entity you can add orphanRemoval=true (instead of CascadeType.REMOVE) to your @OneToMany.

More explanation between orphanRemoval=true and CascadeType.REMOVE is here.

How to position a DIV in a specific coordinates?

Script its left and top properties as the number of pixels from the left edge and top edge respectively. It must have position: absolute;

var d = document.getElementById('yourDivId');
d.style.position = "absolute";
d.style.left = x_pos+'px';
d.style.top = y_pos+'px';

Or do it as a function so you can attach it to an event like onmousedown

function placeDiv(x_pos, y_pos) {
  var d = document.getElementById('yourDivId');
  d.style.position = "absolute";
  d.style.left = x_pos+'px';
  d.style.top = y_pos+'px';
}

Difference between TCP and UDP?

Short and simple differences between Tcp and Udp protocol:

1) Tcp - Transmission control protocol and Udp - User datagram protocol.

2) Tcp is reliable protocol, Where as Udp is a unreliable protocol.

3) Tcp is a stream oriented, where as Udp is a message oriented protocol.

4) Tcp is a slower than Udp.

How to append a char to a std::string?

int main()
{
  char d = 'd';
  std::string y("Hello worl");

  y += d;
  y.push_back(d);
  y.append(1, d); //appending the character 1 time
  y.insert(y.end(), 1, d); //appending the character 1 time
  y.resize(y.size()+1, d); //appending the character 1 time
  y += std::string(1, d); //appending the character 1 time
}

Note that in all of these examples you could have used a character literal directly: y += 'd';.

Your second example almost would have worked, for unrelated reasons. char d[1] = { 'd'}; didn't work, but char d[2] = { 'd'}; (note the array is size two) would have been worked roughly the same as const char* d = "d";, and a string literal can be appended: y.append(d);.

Remove columns from DataTable in C#

To remove all columns after the one you want, below code should work. It will remove at index 10 (remember Columns are 0 based), until the Column count is 10 or less.

DataTable dt;
int desiredSize = 10;

while (dt.Columns.Count > desiredSize)
{
   dt.Columns.RemoveAt(desiredSize);
}

How to pass params with history.push/Link/Redirect in react-router v4?

To use React 16.8+(withHooks) you can use this way

import React from 'react';
import { useHistory } from 'react-router-dom';

export default function SomeFunctionalComponent() {
let history = useHistory(); // should be called inside react component

const handleClickButton = () => {    
"funcionAPICALL"
       .then(response => {
             if (response.status >= 200 && response.status < 300) {
                 history.push('/template');
              });
}

return ( <div> Some component stuff 
    <p>To make API POST request and redirect to "/template" click a button API CALL</p>
    <button onClick={handleClickButton}>API CALL<button>
</div>)
} 

Source here to read more https://reacttraining.com/react-router/web/example/auth-workflow

Difference between F5, Ctrl + F5 and click on refresh button?

I did small research regarding this topic and found different behavior for the browsers:

enter image description here

See my blog post "Behind refresh button" for more details.

TypeError: unhashable type: 'numpy.ndarray'

numpy.ndarray can contain any type of element, e.g. int, float, string etc. Check the type an do a conversion if neccessary.

Concatenate multiple result rows of one column into one, group by another column

You can use array_agg function for that:

SELECT "Movie",
array_to_string(array_agg(distinct "Actor"),',') AS Actor
FROM Table1
GROUP BY "Movie";

Result:

MOVIE ACTOR
A 1,2,3
B 4

See this SQLFiddle

For more See 9.18. Aggregate Functions

Facebook Graph API error code list

I have also found some more error subcodes, in case of OAuth exception. Copied from the facebook bugtracker, without any garantee (maybe contain deprecated, wrong and discontinued ones):

/**
  * (Date: 30.01.2013)
  *
  * case 1: - "An error occured while creating the share (publishing to wall)"
  *         - "An unknown error has occurred."
  * case 2:    "An unexpected error has occurred. Please retry your request later."
  * case 3:    App must be on whitelist        
  * case 4:    Application request limit reached
  * case 5:    Unauthorized source IP address        
  * case 200:  Requires extended permissions
  * case 240:  Requires a valid user is specified (either via the session or via the API parameter for specifying the user."
  * case 1500: The url you supplied is invalid
  * case 200:
  * case 210:  - Subject must be a page
  *            - User not visible
  */

 /**
  * Error Code 100 several issus:
  * - "Specifying multiple ids with a post method is not supported" (http status 400)
  * - "Error finding the requested story" but it is available via GET
  * - "Invalid post_id"
  * - "Code was invalid or expired. Session is invalid."
  * 
  * Error Code 2: 
  * - Service temporarily unavailable
  */

Access XAMPP Localhost from Internet

First, you need to configure your computer to get a static IP from your router. Instructions for how to do this can be found: here

For example, let's say you picked the IP address 192.168.1.102. After the above step is completed, you should be able to get to the website on your local machine by going to both http://localhost and http://192.168.1.102, since your computer will now always have that IP address on your network.

If you look up your IP address (such as http://www.ip-adress.com/), the IP you see is actually the IP of your router. When your friend accesses your website, you'll give him this IP. However, you need to tell your router that when it gets a request for a webpage, forward that request to your server. This is done through port forwarding.

Two examples of how to do this can be found here and here, although the exact screens you see will vary depending on the manufacturer of your router (Google for exact instructions, if needed).

For the Linksys router I have, I enter http://192.168.1.1/, enter my username/password, Applications & Gaming tab > Port Range Forward. Enter the application name (whatever you want to call it), start port (80), end port (80), protocol (TCP), ip address (using the above example, you would enter 192.168.1.102, which is the static IP you assigned your server), and be sure to check to enable the forwarding. Restart your router and the changes should take effect.

Having done all that, your friend should now be able to access your webpage by going to his web browser on his machine and entering http://IP.address.of.your.computer (the same one you see when you go here ).

As mentioned earlier, the IP address assigned to you by your ISP will eventually change whether you sign offline or not. I strongly recommend using DynDns, which is absolutely free. You can choose a hostname at their domain (such as cuga.kicks-ass.net) and your friend can then always access your website by simply going to http://cuga.kicks-ass.net in his browser. Here is their site again: DynDns

I hope this helps.

Python unicode equal comparison failed

You may use the == operator to compare unicode objects for equality.

>>> s1 = u'Hello'
>>> s2 = unicode("Hello")
>>> type(s1), type(s2)
(<type 'unicode'>, <type 'unicode'>)
>>> s1==s2
True
>>> 
>>> s3='Hello'.decode('utf-8')
>>> type(s3)
<type 'unicode'>
>>> s1==s3
True
>>> 

But, your error message indicates that you aren't comparing unicode objects. You are probably comparing a unicode object to a str object, like so:

>>> u'Hello' == 'Hello'
True
>>> u'Hello' == '\x81\x01'
__main__:1: UnicodeWarning: Unicode equal comparison failed to convert both arguments to Unicode - interpreting them as being unequal
False

See how I have attempted to compare a unicode object against a string which does not represent a valid UTF8 encoding.

Your program, I suppose, is comparing unicode objects with str objects, and the contents of a str object is not a valid UTF8 encoding. This seems likely the result of you (the programmer) not knowing which variable holds unicide, which variable holds UTF8 and which variable holds the bytes read in from a file.

I recommend http://nedbatchelder.com/text/unipain.html, especially the advice to create a "Unicode Sandwich."

Get a list of distinct values in List

mcilist = (from mci in mcilist select mci).Distinct().ToList();

kubectl apply vs kubectl create?

We love Kubernetes is because once we give them what we want it goes on to figure out how to achieve it without our any involvement.

"create" is like playing GOD by taking things into our own hands. It is good for local debugging when you only want to work with the POD and not care abt Deployment/Replication Controller.

"apply" is playing by the rules. "apply" is like a master tool that helps you create and modify and requires nothing from you to manage the pods.

URL encoding in Android

you can use below methods

public static String parseUrl(String surl) throws Exception
{
    URL u = new URL(surl);
    return new URI(u.getProtocol(), u.getAuthority(), u.getPath(), u.getQuery(), u.getRef()).toString();
}

or

public String parseURL(String url, Map<String, String> params)
{
    Builder builder = Uri.parse(url).buildUpon();
    for (String key : params.keySet())
    {
        builder.appendQueryParameter(key, params.get(key));
    }
    return builder.build().toString();
}

the second one is better than first.

Copying data from one SQLite database to another

Consider a example where I have two databases namely allmsa.db and atlanta.db. Say the database allmsa.db has tables for all msas in US and database atlanta.db is empty.

Our target is to copy the table atlanta from allmsa.db to atlanta.db.

Steps

  1. sqlite3 atlanta.db(to go into atlanta database)
  2. Attach allmsa.db. This can be done using the command ATTACH '/mnt/fastaccessDS/core/csv/allmsa.db' AS AM; note that we give the entire path of the database to be attached.
  3. check the database list using sqlite> .databases you can see the output as
seq  name             file                                                      
---  ---------------  ----------------------------------------------------------
0    main             /mnt/fastaccessDS/core/csv/atlanta.db                  
2    AM               /mnt/fastaccessDS/core/csv/allmsa.db 
  1. now you come to your actual target. Use the command INSERT INTO atlanta SELECT * FROM AM.atlanta;

This should serve your purpose.

Jquery Chosen plugin - dynamically populate list by Ajax

Ashirvad's answer no longer works. Note the class name changes and using the option element instead of the li element. I've updated my answer to not use the deprecated "success" event, instead opting for .done():

$('.chosen-search input').autocomplete({
    minLength: 3,
    source: function( request, response ) {
        $.ajax({
            url: "/some/autocomplete/url/"+request.term,
            dataType: "json",
            beforeSend: function(){ $('ul.chosen-results').empty(); $("#CHOSEN_INPUT_FIELDID").empty(); }
        }).done(function( data ) {
                response( $.map( data, function( item ) {
                    $('#CHOSEN_INPUT_FIELDID').append('<option value="blah">' + item.name + '</option>');
                }));

               $("#CHOSEN_INPUT_FIELDID").trigger("chosen:updated");
        });
    }
});

Unable to resolve dependency for ':app@debug/compileClasspath': Could not resolve

Try to add type of configuration in dependency line. For example:

implementation project(path: ':some_module', **configuration: 'default'**)`

TypeError: 'int' object is not callable

I got the same error (TypeError: 'int' object is not callable)

def xlim(i,k,s1,s2):
   x=i/(2*k)
   xl=x*(1-s2*x-s1*(1-x)) / (1-s2*x**2-2*s1*x(1-x))
   return xl 
... ... ... ... 

>>> xlim(1,100,0,0)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
File "<stdin>", line 3, in xlim
TypeError: 'int' object is not callable

after reading this post I realized that I forgot a multiplication sign * so

def xlim(i,k,s1,s2):
   x=i/(2*k)
   xl=x*(1-s2*x-s1*(1-x)) / (1-s2*x**2-2*s1*x * (1-x))
   return xl 

xlim(1.0,100.0,0.0,0.0)
0.005

tanks

Number of days between past date and current date in Google spreadsheet

  1. Today() does return value in DATE format.

  2. Select your "Days left field" and paste this formula in the field =DAYS360(today(),C2)

  3. Go to Format > Number > More formats >Custom number format and select the number with no decimal numbers.

I tested, it works, at least in new version of Sheets, March 2015.

Angular2: How to load data before rendering the component?

A nice solution that I've found is to do on UI something like:

<div *ngIf="isDataLoaded">
 ...Your page...
</div

Only when: isDataLoaded is true the page is rendered.

How to extract svg as file from web page

You can download individual ones from their site like @mayerdesign has stated or you can click on the download link on the left and you can download the whole pack.

FULL PACK

Java 8 List<V> into Map<K, V>

You can create a Stream of the indices using an IntStream and then convert them to a Map :

Map<Integer,Item> map = 
IntStream.range(0,items.size())
         .boxed()
         .collect(Collectors.toMap (i -> i, i -> items.get(i)));

Cocoa: What's the difference between the frame and the bounds?

Let me add my 5 cents.

Frame is used by the view's parent view to place it inside the parent view.

Bounds is used by the view itself to place it's own content (like a scroll view does while scrolling). See also clipsToBounds. Bounds also can be used to zoom in/out content of the view.

Analogy:
Frame ~ TV screen
Bounds ~ Camera (zoom, move, rotate)

Remove or uninstall library previously added : cocoapods

The unwanted side effects of simple folder delete or installing over existing installation have been removed by a script written by Kyle Fuller - deintegrate and here is the proper workflow:

  1. Install clean:

    $ sudo gem install cocoapods-clean
    
  2. Run deintegrate in the folder of the project:

    $ pod deintegrate
    
  3. Clean (this tool is no longer available):

    $ pod clean
    
  4. Modify your podfile (delete the lines with the pods you don't want to use anymore) and run:

    $ pod install
    

Done.

How to prevent line-break in a column of a table cell (not a single cell)?

To apply it to the entire table, you can place it within the table tag:

<table style="white-space:nowrap;">

How do I install PIL/Pillow for Python 3.6?

Pillow is released with installation wheels on Windows:

We provide Pillow binaries for Windows compiled for the matrix of supported Pythons in both 32 and 64-bit versions in wheel, egg, and executable installers. These binaries have all of the optional libraries included

https://pillow.readthedocs.io/en/3.3.x/installation.html#basic-installation

Update: Python 3.6 is now supported by Pillow. Install with pip install pillow and check https://pillow.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation.html for more information.


However, Python 3.6 is still in alpha and not officially supported yet, although the tests do all pass for the nightly Python builds (currently 3.6a4).

https://travis-ci.org/python-pillow/Pillow/jobs/155605577

If it's somehow possible to install the 3.5 wheel for 3.6, that's your best bet. Otherwise, zlib notwithstanding, you'll need to build from source, requiring an MS Visual C++ compiler, and which isn't straightforward. For tips see:

https://pillow.readthedocs.io/en/3.3.x/installation.html#building-from-source

And also see how it's built for Windows on AppVeyor CI (but not yet 3.5 or 3.6):

https://github.com/python-pillow/Pillow/tree/master/winbuild

Failing that, downgrade to Python 3.5 or wait until 3.6 is supported by Pillow, probably closer to the 3.6's official release.

Adding line break in C# Code behind page

Use @ symbol before starting the string. like

string s = @"this is a really
long string
and this is 
the rest of it";

What is the difference between the GNU Makefile variable assignments =, ?=, := and +=?

In the above answers, it is important to understand what is meant by "values are expanded at declaration/use time". Giving a value like *.c does not entail any expansion. It is only when this string is used by a command that it will maybe trigger some globbing. Similarly, a value like $(wildcard *.c) or $(shell ls *.c) does not entail any expansion and is completely evaluated at definition time even if we used := in the variable definition.

Try the following Makefile in directory where you have some C files:

VAR1 = *.c
VAR2 := *.c
VAR3 = $(wildcard *.c)
VAR4 := $(wildcard *.c)
VAR5 = $(shell ls *.c)
VAR6 := $(shell ls *.c)

all :
    touch foo.c
    @echo "now VAR1 = \"$(VAR1)\"" ; ls $(VAR1)
    @echo "now VAR2 = \"$(VAR2)\"" ; ls $(VAR2)
    @echo "now VAR3 = \"$(VAR3)\"" ; ls $(VAR3)
    @echo "now VAR4 = \"$(VAR4)\"" ; ls $(VAR4)
    @echo "now VAR5 = \"$(VAR5)\"" ; ls $(VAR5)
    @echo "now VAR6 = \"$(VAR6)\"" ; ls $(VAR6)
    rm -v foo.c

Running make will trigger a rule that creates an extra (empty) C file, called foo.c but none of the 6 variables has foo.c in its value.

Python Key Error=0 - Can't find Dict error in code

Try this:

class Flonetwork(Object):
    def __init__(self,adj = {},flow={}):
        self.adj = adj
        self.flow = flow

jQuery UI - Draggable is not a function?

I went through both your question and a another duplicate.
In the end, the following answer helped me sorting things out:
uncaught-typeerror-draggable-is-not-a-function

To get rid of :

$(".draggable").draggable is not a function anymore

I had to put links to Javascript libraries above the script tag I expected to be working.

My code:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.4/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.min.css"/>
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js" />
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.12.1/jquery-ui.min.js" />

<script>
    $(function(){
        $("#container-speed").draggable();
    });
</script>

<div class="content">
    <div class="container-fluid">
        <div class="row">
            <div class="rowbackground"style="width: 600px; height: 400px; margin: 0 auto">
                <div id="container-speed" style="width: 300px; height: 200px; float: left"></div>
                <div id="container-rpm" style="width: 300px; height: 200px; float: left"></div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

Why doesn't file_get_contents work?

Wrap your $adr in urlencode(). I was having this problem and this solved it for me.

How to add include path in Qt Creator?

For anyone completely new to Qt Creator like me, you can modify your project's .pro file from within Qt Creator:

enter image description here

Just double-click on "your project name".pro in the Projects window and add the include path at the bottom of the .pro file like I've done.

Error: fix the version conflict (google-services plugin)

With

com.android.tools.build:gradle:3.2.0

You have to use:

classpath 'com.google.gms:google-services:4.1.0'

This fixed my problem

What does mysql error 1025 (HY000): Error on rename of './foo' (errorno: 150) mean?

I got this error with MySQL 5.6 but it had nothing to do with Foreign keys. This was on a Windows 7 Professional machine acting as a server on a small LAN.

The client application was doing a batch operation that creates a table fills it with some external data then runs a query joining with permanent tables then dropping the "temporary" table. This batch does this approximately 300 times and this particular routine had been running week in week out for several years when suddenly we get the Error 1025 Unable to rename problem at a random point in the batch.

In my case the application was using 4 DDL statements a CREATE TABLE followed by 3 CREATE INDEX, there is no foreign key. However only 2 of the indexes actually get created and the actual table .frm file was renamed, at the point of failure.

My solution was to get rid of the separate CREATE INDEX statements and create them using the CREATE TABLE statement. This at the time of writing has solved the issue for me and my help someone else scratching their head when they find this thread.

How to use a typescript enum value in an Angular2 ngSwitch statement

This's simple and works like a charm :) just declare your enum like this and you can use it on HTML template

  statusEnum: typeof StatusEnum = StatusEnum;

Display progress bar while doing some work in C#?

Use the BackgroundWorker component it is designed for exactly this scenario.

You can hook into its progress update events and update your progress bar. The BackgroundWorker class ensures the callbacks are marshalled to the UI thread so you don't need to worry about any of that detail either.

How to query values from xml nodes?

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

Demo: SQLFiddle

Changing Background Image with CSS3 Animations

Works for me. Notice the use of background-image for transition.

#poster-img {
  background-repeat: no-repeat;
  background-position: center;
  position: absolute;
  overflow: hidden;
  -webkit-transition: background-image 1s ease-in-out;
  transition: background-image 1s ease-in-out;
}

Facebook Javascript SDK Problem: "FB is not defined"

Have you set the appId property to your current application ID?

How do I get first name and last name as whole name in a MYSQL query?

When you have three columns : first_name, last_name, mid_name:

SELECT CASE 
    WHEN mid_name IS NULL OR TRIM(mid_name) ='' THEN
        CONCAT_WS( " ", first_name, last_name ) 
    ELSE 
        CONCAT_WS( " ", first_name, mid_name, last_name ) 
    END 
FROM USER;

Is it good practice to make the constructor throw an exception?

You do not need to throw a checked exception. This is a bug within the control of the program, so you want to throw an unchecked exception. Use one of the unchecked exceptions already provided by the Java language, such as IllegalArgumentException, IllegalStateException or NullPointerException.

You may also want to get rid of the setter. You've already provided a way to initiate age through the constructor. Does it need to be updated once instantiated? If not, skip the setter. A good rule, do not make things more public than necessary. Start with private or default, and secure your data with final. Now everyone knows that Person has been constructed properly, and is immutable. It can be used with confidence.

Most likely this is what you really need:

class Person { 

  private final int age;   

  Person(int age) {    

    if (age < 0) 
       throw new IllegalArgumentException("age less than zero: " + age); 

    this.age = age;   
  }

  // setter removed

Suppress output of a function

R only automatically prints the output of unassigned expressions, so just assign the result of the apply to a variable, and it won't get printed.

Converting UTF-8 to ISO-8859-1 in Java - how to keep it as single byte

byte[] iso88591Data = theString.getBytes("ISO-8859-1");

Will do the trick. From your description it seems as if you're trying to "store an ISO-8859-1 String". String objects in Java are always implicitly encoded in UTF-16. There's no way to change that encoding.

What you can do, 'though is to get the bytes that constitute some other encoding of it (using the .getBytes() method as shown above).

Refreshing page on click of a button

Works for every browser.

<button type="button" onClick="Refresh()">Close</button>

<script>
    function Refresh() {
        window.parent.location = window.parent.location.href;
    }
</script>

Compiling php with curl, where is curl installed?

If you're going to compile a 64bit version(x86_64) of php use: /usr/lib64/

For architectures (i386 ... i686) use /usr/lib/

I recommend compiling php to the same architecture as apache. As you're using a 64bit linux i asume your apache is also compiled for x86_64.

Should I use "camel case" or underscores in python?

PEP 8 advises the first form for readability. You can find it here.

Function names should be lowercase, with words separated by underscores as necessary to improve readability.

Is it better to return null or empty collection?

I like to give explain here, with suitable example.

Consider a case here..

int totalValue = MySession.ListCustomerAccounts()
                          .FindAll(ac => ac.AccountHead.AccountHeadID 
                                         == accountHead.AccountHeadID)
                          .Sum(account => account.AccountValue);

Here Consider the functions I am using ..

1. ListCustomerAccounts() // User Defined
2. FindAll()              // Pre-defined Library Function

I can easily use ListCustomerAccount and FindAll instead of.,

int totalValue = 0; 
List<CustomerAccounts> custAccounts = ListCustomerAccounts();
if(custAccounts !=null ){
  List<CustomerAccounts> custAccountsFiltered = 
        custAccounts.FindAll(ac => ac.AccountHead.AccountHeadID 
                                   == accountHead.AccountHeadID );
   if(custAccountsFiltered != null)
      totalValue = custAccountsFiltered.Sum(account => 
                                            account.AccountValue).ToString();
}

NOTE : Since AccountValue is not null, the Sum() function will not return null., Hence I can use it directly.

check if file exists on remote host with ssh

You're missing ;s. The general syntax if you put it all in one line would be:

if thing ; then ... ; else ... ; fi

The thing can be pretty much anything that returns an exit code. The then branch is taken if that thing returns 0, the else branch otherwise.

[ isn't syntax, it's the test program (check out ls /bin/[, it actually exists, man test for the docs – although can also have a built-in version with different/additional features.) which is used to test various common conditions on files and variables. (Note that [[ on the other hand is syntax and is handled by your shell, if it supports it).

For your case, you don't want to use test directly, you want to test something on the remote host. So try something like:

if ssh user@host test -e "$file" ; then ... ; else ... ; fi

How to give ASP.NET access to a private key in a certificate in the certificate store?

I figured out how to do this in Powershell that someone asked about:

$keyname=(((gci cert:\LocalMachine\my | ? {$_.thumbprint -like $thumbprint}).PrivateKey).CspKeyContainerInfo).UniqueKeyContainerName
$keypath = $env:ProgramData + “\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA\MachineKeys\”
$fullpath=$keypath+$keyname

$Acl = Get-Acl $fullpath
$Ar = New-Object System.Security.AccessControl.FileSystemAccessRule("IIS AppPool\$iisAppPoolName", "Read", "Allow")
$Acl.SetAccessRule($Ar)
Set-Acl $fullpath $Acl

How to get value by class name in JavaScript or jquery?

Try this:

$(document).ready(function(){
    var yourArray = [];
    $("span.HOEnZb").find("div").each(function(){
        if(($.trim($(this).text()).length>0)){
         yourArray.push($(this).text());
        }
    });
});

DEMO

How do I set a checkbox in razor view?

I had the same issue, luckily I found the below code

@Html.CheckBoxFor(model => model.As, htmlAttributes: new { @checked = true} )

Check Box Checked By Default - Razor Solution

Difference between VARCHAR2(10 CHAR) and NVARCHAR2(10)

I don't think answer from Vincent Malgrat is correct. When NVARCHAR2 was introduced long time ago nobody was even talking about Unicode.

Initially Oracle provided VARCHAR2 and NVARCHAR2 to support localization. Common data (include PL/SQL) was hold in VARCHAR2, most likely US7ASCII these days. Then you could apply NLS_NCHAR_CHARACTERSET individually (e.g. WE8ISO8859P1) for each of your customer in any country without touching the common part of your application.

Nowadays character set AL32UTF8 is the default which fully supports Unicode. In my opinion today there is no reason anymore to use NLS_NCHAR_CHARACTERSET, i.e. NVARCHAR2, NCHAR2, NCLOB. Note, there are more and more Oracle native functions which do not support NVARCHAR2, so you should really avoid it. Maybe the only reason is when you have to support mainly Asian characters where AL16UTF16 consumes less storage compared to AL32UTF8.

How do I compare two Integers?

Compare integer and print its value in value ascending or descending order. All you have to do is implements Comparator interface and override its compare method and compare its value as below:

@Override
public int compare(Integer o1, Integer o2) {
    if (ascending) {
        return o1.intValue() - o2.intValue();
    } else {
        return o2.intValue() - o1.intValue();
    }

}

How to set a default entity property value with Hibernate

Use @ColumnDefault() annotation. This is hibernate only though.

TempData keep() vs peek()

Keep() method marks the specified key in the dictionary for retention

You can use Keep() when prevent/hold the value depends on additional logic.

when you read TempData one’s and want to hold for another request then use keep method, so TempData can available for next request as above example.

Maven 3 warnings about build.plugins.plugin.version

Maven 3 is more restrictive with the POM-Structure. You have to set versions of Plugins for instance.

With maven 3.1 these warnings may break you build. There are more changes between maven2 and maven3: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MAVEN/Maven+3.x+Compatibility+Notes

How to resize a custom view programmatically?

For what it's worth, let's say you wanted to resize the view in device independent pixels (dp): -

You need to use a method called applyDimension, that's a member of the class TypedValue to convert from dp to pixels. So if I want to set the height to 150dp (say) - then I could do this:

float pixels = TypedValue.applyDimension(TypedValue.COMPLEX_UNIT_DIP, 150, getResources().getDisplayMetrics());
LinearLayout.LayoutParams params = (LinearLayout.LayoutParams) someLayout.getLayoutParams();
params.height = (int) pixels;
someLayout.setLayoutParams(params);

where the expression: getResources().getDisplayMetrics() gets the screen density/resolution

What is difference between @RequestBody and @RequestParam?

map HTTP request header Content-Type, handle request body.

  • @RequestParam ? application/x-www-form-urlencoded,

  • @RequestBody ? application/json,

  • @RequestPart ? multipart/form-data,


How do I set up Eclipse/EGit with GitHub?

In Eclipse, go to Help -> Install New Software -> Add -> Name: any name like egit; Location: http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates -> Okay. Now Search for egit in Work with and select all the check boxes and press Next till finish.

File -> Import -> search Git and select "Projects from Git" -> Clone URI. In the URI, paste the HTTPS URL of the repository (the one with .git extension). -> Next ->It will show all the branches "Next" -> Local Destination "Next" -> "Import as a general project" -> Next till finish.

You can refer to this Youtube tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptK9-CNms98

Error inflating class android.support.design.widget.NavigationView

I also had same error. In my case some of the resources were in drawable-v21 only. Copy those resources to drawable folder also. This solved the issue for me.

Caused by: android.content.res.Resources$NotFoundException: Resource ID #0x0 

This is the main problem.

saving a file (from stream) to disk using c#

If you are using .NET 4.0 or newer you can use this method:

public static void CopyStream(Stream input, Stream output)
{
    input.CopyTo(output);
}

If not, use this one:

public static void CopyStream(Stream input, Stream output)
{
    byte[] buffer = new byte[8 * 1024];
    int len;
    while ( (len = input.Read(buffer, 0, buffer.Length)) > 0)
    {
        output.Write(buffer, 0, len);
    }    
}

And here how to use it:

using (FileStream output = File.OpenWrite(path))
{
    CopyStream(input, output);
}

Better way to Format Currency Input editText?

I built on Guilhermes answer, but I preserve the position of the cursor and also treat the periods differently - this way if a user is typing after the period, it does not affect the numbers before the period I find that this gives a very smooth input.

    [yourtextfield].addTextChangedListener(new TextWatcher()
    {
        NumberFormat currencyFormat = NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance();
        private String current = "";

        @Override
        public void onTextChanged(CharSequence s, int start, int before, int count)
        {
            if(!s.toString().equals(current))
            {
                   [yourtextfield].removeTextChangedListener(this);

                   int selection = [yourtextfield].getSelectionStart();


                   // We strip off the currency symbol
                   String replaceable = String.format("[%s,\\s]", NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance().getCurrency().getSymbol());
                   String cleanString = s.toString().replaceAll(replaceable, "");

                   double price;

                   // Parse the string                     
                   try
                   {
                       price = Double.parseDouble(cleanString);
                   }
                   catch(java.lang.NumberFormatException e)
                   {
                       price = 0;
                   }

                   // If we don't see a decimal, then the user must have deleted it.
                   // In that case, the number must be divided by 100, otherwise 1
                   int shrink = 1;
                   if(!(s.toString().contains(".")))
                   {
                       shrink = 100;
                   }

                   // Reformat the number
                   String formated = currencyFormat.format((price / shrink));

                   current = formated;
                   [yourtextfield].setText(formated);
                   [yourtextfield].setSelection(Math.min(selection, [yourtextfield].getText().length()));

                   [yourtextfield].addTextChangedListener(this);
                }
        }


        @Override
        public void beforeTextChanged(CharSequence s, int start, int count, int after)
        {

        }


        @Override
        public void afterTextChanged(Editable s)
        {
        }
    });

Formatting numbers (decimal places, thousands separators, etc) with CSS

Another solution with pure CSS+HTML and the pseudo-class :lang().

Use some HTML to mark up the number with the classes thousands-separator and decimal-separator:

<html lang="es">
  Spanish: 1<span class="thousands-separator">200</span><span class="thousands-separator">000</span><span class="decimal-separator">.</span>50
</html>

Use the lang pseudo-class to format the number.

/* Spanish */
.thousands-separator:lang(es):before{
  content: ".";
}
.decimal-separator:lang(es){
  visibility: hidden;
  position: relative;
}
.decimal-separator:lang(es):before{
  position: absolute;
  visibility: visible;
  content: ",";
}

/* English and Mexican Spanish */
.thousands-separator:lang(en):before, .thousands-separator:lang(es-MX):before{
  content: ",";
}

Codepen: https://codepen.io/danielblazquez/pen/qBqVjGy

Python3 project remove __pycache__ folders and .pyc files

From the project directory type the following:

Deleting all .pyc files

find . -path "*/*.pyc" -delete

Deleting all .pyo files:

find . -path "*/*.pyo" -delete

Finally, to delete all '__pycache__', type:

find . -path "*/__pycache__" -type d -exec rm -r {} ';'

If you encounter permission denied error, add sudo at the begining of all the above command.

Fixed height and width for bootstrap carousel

In your main styles.css file change height/auto to whatever settings you desire. For example, 500px:

#myCarousel {
  height: auto;
  width: auto;
  overflow: hidden;
}

In what cases will HTTP_REFERER be empty

BalusC's list is solid. One additional way this field frequently appears empty is when the user is behind a proxy server. This is similar to being behind a firewall but is slightly different so I wanted to mention it for the sake of completeness.

Regex match digits, comma and semicolon?

You almost have it, you just left out 0 and forgot the quantifier.

word.matches("^[0-9,;]+$")

What is the difference between tinyint, smallint, mediumint, bigint and int in MySQL?

Those seem to be MySQL data types.

According to the documentation they take:

  1. tinyint = 1 byte
  2. smallint = 2 bytes
  3. mediumint = 3 bytes
  4. int = 4 bytes
  5. bigint = 8 bytes

And, naturally, accept increasingly larger ranges of numbers.

What are SP (stack) and LR in ARM?

LR is link register used to hold the return address for a function call.

SP is stack pointer. The stack is generally used to hold "automatic" variables and context/parameters across function calls. Conceptually you can think of the "stack" as a place where you "pile" your data. You keep "stacking" one piece of data over the other and the stack pointer tells you how "high" your "stack" of data is. You can remove data from the "top" of the "stack" and make it shorter.

From the ARM architecture reference:

SP, the Stack Pointer

Register R13 is used as a pointer to the active stack.

In Thumb code, most instructions cannot access SP. The only instructions that can access SP are those designed to use SP as a stack pointer. The use of SP for any purpose other than as a stack pointer is deprecated. Note Using SP for any purpose other than as a stack pointer is likely to break the requirements of operating systems, debuggers, and other software systems, causing them to malfunction.

LR, the Link Register

Register R14 is used to store the return address from a subroutine. At other times, LR can be used for other purposes.

When a BL or BLX instruction performs a subroutine call, LR is set to the subroutine return address. To perform a subroutine return, copy LR back to the program counter. This is typically done in one of two ways, after entering the subroutine with a BL or BLX instruction:

• Return with a BX LR instruction.

• On subroutine entry, store LR to the stack with an instruction of the form: PUSH {,LR} and use a matching instruction to return: POP {,PC} ...

This link gives an example of a trivial subroutine.

Here is an example of how registers are saved on the stack prior to a call and then popped back to restore their content.

How to loop through a JSON object with typescript (Angular2)

Assuming your json object from your GET request looks like the one you posted above simply do:

let list: string[] = [];

json.Results.forEach(element => {
    list.push(element.Id);
});

Or am I missing something that prevents you from doing it this way?

Mongoose (mongodb) batch insert?

Indeed, you can use the "create" method of Mongoose, it can contain an array of documents, see this example:

Candy.create({ candy: 'jelly bean' }, { candy: 'snickers' }, function (err, jellybean, snickers) {
});

The callback function contains the inserted documents. You do not always know how many items has to be inserted (fixed argument length like above) so you can loop through them:

var insertedDocs = [];
for (var i=1; i<arguments.length; ++i) {
    insertedDocs.push(arguments[i]);
}

Update: A better solution

A better solution would to use Candy.collection.insert() instead of Candy.create() - used in the example above - because it's faster (create() is calling Model.save() on each item so it's slower).

See the Mongo documentation for more information: http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/method/db.collection.insert/

(thanks to arcseldon for pointing this out)

What causes a SIGSEGV

segmentation fault arrives when you access memory which is not declared by the program. You can do this through pointers i.e through memory addresses. Or this may also be due to stackoverflow for eg:

void rec_func() {int q = 5; rec_func();}

int main() {rec_func();}

This call will keep on consuming stack memory until it's completely filled and thus finally stackoverflow happens. Note: it might not be visible in some competitive questions as it leads to timeouterror first but for those in which timeout doesn't happens its a hard time figuring out sigsemv.

pass JSON to HTTP POST Request

       var request = require('request');
        request({
            url: "http://localhost:8001/xyz",
            json: true,
            headers: {
                "content-type": "application/json",
            },
            body: JSON.stringify(requestData)
        }, function(error, response, body) {
            console.log(response);
        });

Is multiplication and division using shift operators in C actually faster?

I agree with the marked answer by Drew Hall. The answer could use some additional notes though.

For the vast majority of software developers the processor and compiler are no longer relevant to the question. Most of us are far beyond the 8088 and MS-DOS. It is perhaps only relevant for those who are still developing for embedded processors...

At my software company Math (add/sub/mul/div) should be used for all mathematics. While Shift should be used when converting between data types eg. ushort to byte as n>>8 and not n/256.

iOS: Multi-line UILabel in Auto Layout

Source: http://www.objc.io/issue-3/advanced-auto-layout-toolbox.html

Intrinsic Content Size of Multi-Line Text

The intrinsic content size of UILabel and NSTextField is ambiguous for multi-line text. The height of the text depends on the width of the lines, which is yet to be determined when solving the constraints. In order to solve this problem, both classes have a new property called preferredMaxLayoutWidth, which specifies the maximum line width for calculating the intrinsic content size.

Since we usually don’t know this value in advance, we need to take a two-step approach to get this right. First we let Auto Layout do its work, and then we use the resulting frame in the layout pass to update the preferred maximum width and trigger layout again.

- (void)layoutSubviews
{
    [super layoutSubviews];
    myLabel.preferredMaxLayoutWidth = myLabel.frame.size.width;
    [super layoutSubviews];
}

The first call to [super layoutSubviews] is necessary for the label to get its frame set, while the second call is necessary to update the layout after the change. If we omit the second call we get a NSInternalInconsistencyException error, because we’ve made changes in the layout pass which require updating the constraints, but we didn’t trigger layout again.

We can also do this in a label subclass itself:

@implementation MyLabel
- (void)layoutSubviews
{
    self.preferredMaxLayoutWidth = self.frame.size.width;
    [super layoutSubviews];
}
@end

In this case, we don’t need to call [super layoutSubviews] first, because when layoutSubviews gets called, we already have a frame on the label itself.

To make this adjustment from the view controller level, we hook into viewDidLayoutSubviews. At this point the frames of the first Auto Layout pass are already set and we can use them to set the preferred maximum width.

- (void)viewDidLayoutSubviews
{
    [super viewDidLayoutSubviews];
    myLabel.preferredMaxLayoutWidth = myLabel.frame.size.width;
    [self.view layoutIfNeeded];
}

Lastly, make sure that you don’t have an explicit height constraint on the label that has a higher priority than the label’s content compression resistance priority. Otherwise it will trump the calculated height of the content. Make sure to check all the constraints that can affect label's height.

Bootstrap dropdown not working

Working demo: http://codebins.com/bin/4ldqp73

try this

<ul class='nav'>
  <li class='active'>Home</li>
  <li>
    <div class="dropdown">
      <a class="dropdown-toggle" data-toggle="dropdown" href="#">Personal asset loans</a>
      <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu" aria-labelledby="dLabel">            
        <li><a href="#">asds</a></li>
        <li class="divider"></li>
      </ul>
    </div>   
    </li>
    <li>Payday loans</li>
  <li>About</li>
  <li>Contact</li>
</ul>

Difference between one-to-many and many-to-one relationship

one-to-many has parent class contains n number of childrens so it is a collection mapping.

many-to-one has n number of childrens contains one parent so it is a object mapping

How to get temporary folder for current user

I have this same requirement - we want to put logs in a specific root directory that should exist within the environment.

public static readonly string DefaultLogFilePath = Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.UserProfile);

If I want to combine this with a sub-directory, I should be able to use Path.Combine( ... ).

The GetFolderPath method has an overload for special folder options which allows you to control whether the specified path be created or simply verified.

How do I set the request timeout for one controller action in an asp.net mvc application

You can set this programmatically in the controller:-

HttpContext.Current.Server.ScriptTimeout = 300;

Sets the timeout to 5 minutes instead of the default 110 seconds (what an odd default?)

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

Example-

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

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