Programs & Examples On #Cartography

Trying to detect browser close event

Try following code works for me under Linux chrome environment. Before running make sure jquery is attached to the document.

$(document).ready(function()
{
    $(window).bind("beforeunload", function() { 
        return confirm("Do you really want to close?"); 
    });
});

For simple follow following steps:

  1. open http://jsfiddle.net/
  2. enter something into html, css or javascript box
  3. try to close tab in chrome

It should show following picture:

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Named tuple and default values for optional keyword arguments

Short, simple, and doesn't lead people to use isinstance improperly:

class Node(namedtuple('Node', ('val', 'left', 'right'))):
    @classmethod
    def make(cls, val, left=None, right=None):
        return cls(val, left, right)

# Example
x = Node.make(3)
x._replace(right=Node.make(4))

Render partial from different folder (not shared)

Just include the path to the view, with the file extension.

Razor:

@Html.Partial("~/Views/AnotherFolder/Messages.cshtml", ViewData.Model.Successes)

ASP.NET engine:

<% Html.RenderPartial("~/Views/AnotherFolder/Messages.ascx", ViewData.Model.Successes); %>

If that isn't your issue, could you please include your code that used to work with the RenderUserControl?

Using sed, Insert a line above or below the pattern?

The following adds one line after SearchPattern.

sed -i '/SearchPattern/aNew Text' SomeFile.txt

It inserts New Text one line below each line that contains SearchPattern.

To add two lines, you can use a \ and enter a newline while typing New Text.

POSIX sed requires a \ and a newline after the a sed function. [1] Specifying the text to append without the newline is a GNU sed extension (as documented in the sed info page), so its usage is not as portable.

[1] https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/52131/sed-on-osx-insert-at-a-certain-line/

UML diagram shapes missing on Visio 2013

I had the same problem with Visio 2016. I have the standard license. I think it is very strange that you can select a "UML Sequence" template when you search for it but it then opens a blank canvas without shapes. So you don't see anything and can't select the shapes under the "More Shapes" window on the side.

So I searched the shapes in the installation directory of Visio. I found in the directory C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office16\Visio Content\1033 a couple of Sequence diagram templates (ie: BASIC_UMLSEQUENCE_M.VSTX). They are using the stencil USEQME_M.vssx. I found that out by right clicking the shapes in the left window and select "Save as". I saved them in "My Documents" under "My Shapes" just like custom shapes. I can than use them in any new document that I want.

Note the capital M or U in the name of the template or stencil for US Units or Metric Units. I'm from the Netherlands so I'm using the M version.

A not really friendly way to get the shapes. But it works.

How to manually set REFERER header in Javascript?

You can use Object.defineProperty on the document object for the referrer property:

Object.defineProperty(document, "referrer", {get : function(){ return "my new referrer"; }});

Unfortunately this will not work on any version of safari <=5, Firefox < 4, Chrome < 5 and Internet Explorer < 9 as it doesn't allow defineProperty to be used on dom objects.

How to resolve ORA 00936 Missing Expression Error?

This happens every time you insert/ update and you don't use single quotes. When the variable is empty it will result in that error. Fix it by using ''

Assuming the first parameter is an empty variable here is a simple example:

Wrong

nvl( ,0)

Fix

nvl('' ,0)

Put your query into your database software and check it for that error. Generally this is an easy fix

Git keeps prompting me for a password

If you want to stop Git from always asking you for the login credentials of your GitHub repository this can be easily done.

Using SSH instead of HTTPS

You can update the origin remote using SSH instead of HTTPS"

git remote set-url origin [email protected]:username/your-repo.git

Configure Git to Store your Password and Username

Here’s how you can make Git store the username and password:

git config --global credential.helper store

Next, save the username and password for a session:

git config --global credential.helper cache

Assignment makes pointer from integer without cast

  • 1) Don't use gets! You're introducing a buffer-overflow vulnerability. Use fgets(..., stdin) instead.

  • 2) In strToLower you're returning a char instead of a char-array. Either return char* as Autopulated suggested, or just return void since you're modifying the input anyway. As a result, just write

 

 strToLower(cString1);
 strToLower(cString2);
  • 3) To compare case-insensitive strings, you can use strcasecmp (Linux & Mac) or stricmp (Windows).

How to remove carriage returns and new lines in Postgresql?

OP asked specifically about regexes since it would appear there's concern for a number of other characters as well as newlines, but for those just wanting strip out newlines, you don't even need to go to a regex. You can simply do:

select replace(field,E'\n','');

I think this is an SQL-standard behavior, so it should extend back to all but perhaps the very earliest versions of Postgres. The above tested fine for me in 9.4 and 9.2

ValueError: setting an array element with a sequence

The Python ValueError:

ValueError: setting an array element with a sequence.

Means exactly what it says, you're trying to cram a sequence of numbers into a single number slot. It can be thrown under various circumstances.

1. When you pass a python tuple or list to be interpreted as a numpy array element:

import numpy

numpy.array([1,2,3])               #good

numpy.array([1, (2,3)])            #Fail, can't convert a tuple into a numpy 
                                   #array element


numpy.mean([5,(6+7)])              #good

numpy.mean([5,tuple(range(2))])    #Fail, can't convert a tuple into a numpy 
                                   #array element


def foo():
    return 3
numpy.array([2, foo()])            #good


def foo():
    return [3,4]
numpy.array([2, foo()])            #Fail, can't convert a list into a numpy 
                                   #array element

2. By trying to cram a numpy array length > 1 into a numpy array element:

x = np.array([1,2,3])
x[0] = np.array([4])         #good



x = np.array([1,2,3])
x[0] = np.array([4,5])       #Fail, can't convert the numpy array to fit 
                             #into a numpy array element

A numpy array is being created, and numpy doesn't know how to cram multivalued tuples or arrays into single element slots. It expects whatever you give it to evaluate to a single number, if it doesn't, Numpy responds that it doesn't know how to set an array element with a sequence.

How to delete a module in Android Studio

The most reliable way I have found to do this it to go to project structure and remove it from dependencies and remove it from your setting.gradle file.

It will appear as if it is fully deleted at his point but it is not. If you try to re add the module it will say that it already exist in the project.

The final step is to go to the location of your project using file explorer etc and delete the module.

This work 100% of the time on studio 1.3.1

Media Queries: How to target desktop, tablet, and mobile?

  • Extra small devices ~ Phones (< 768px)
  • Small devices ~ Tablets (>= 768px)
  • Medium devices ~ Desktops (>= 992px)
  • Large devices ~ Desktops (>= 1200px)

Java Desktop application: SWT vs. Swing

For your requirements it sounds like the bottom line will be to use Swing since it is slightly easier to get started with and not as tightly integrated to the native platform as SWT.

Swing usually is a safe bet.

Docker-Compose with multiple services

The thing is that you are using the option -t when running your container.

Could you check if enabling the tty option (see reference) in your docker-compose.yml file the container keeps running?

version: '2'
services:
  ubuntu:
        build: .
        container_name: ubuntu
        volumes:
            - ~/sph/laravel52:/www/laravel
        ports:
          - "80:80"
        tty: true

PHP If Statement with Multiple Conditions

I don't know if $var is a string and you want to find only those expressions but here it goes either way.

Try to use preg_match http://php.net/manual/en/function.preg-match.php

if(preg_match('abc', $val) || preg_match('def', $val) || ...)
   echo "true"

JPA mapping: "QuerySyntaxException: foobar is not mapped..."

I got the same error while using other one entity, He was annotating the class wrongly by using the table name inside the @Entity annotation without using the @Table annotation

The correct format should be

@Entity //default name similar to class name 'FooBar' OR @Entity( name = "foobar" ) for differnt entity name
@Table( name = "foobar" ) // Table name 
public class FooBar{

Jquery/Ajax Form Submission (enctype="multipart/form-data" ). Why does 'contentType:False' cause undefined index in PHP?

contentType option to false is used for multipart/form-data forms that pass files.

When one sets the contentType option to false, it forces jQuery not to add a Content-Type header, otherwise, the boundary string will be missing from it. Also, when submitting files via multipart/form-data, one must leave the processData flag set to false, otherwise, jQuery will try to convert your FormData into a string, which will fail.


To try and fix your issue:

Use jQuery's .serialize() method which creates a text string in standard URL-encoded notation.

You need to pass un-encoded data when using contentType: false.

Try using new FormData instead of .serialize():

  var formData = new FormData($(this)[0]);

See for yourself the difference of how your formData is passed to your php page by using console.log().

  var formData = new FormData($(this)[0]);
  console.log(formData);

  var formDataSerialized = $(this).serialize();
  console.log(formDataSerialized);

gitbash command quick reference

git-bash uses standard unix commands.

ls for directory listing cd for change directory

more here -> http://ss64.com/bash/ Not all of these will work, but the file based ones mostly do.

Concat strings by & and + in VB.Net

Try this. It almost seemed to simple to be right. Simply convert the Integer to a string. Then you can use the method below or concatenate.

Dim I, J, K, L As Integer
Dim K1, L1 As String

K1 = K
L1 = L
Cells(2, 1) = K1 & " - uploaded"
Cells(3, 1) = L1 & " - expanded"

MsgBox "records uploaded " & K & " records expanded " & L

Regular Expression for any number greater than 0?

Very simple answer to this use this: \d*

How to drop rows from pandas data frame that contains a particular string in a particular column?

if you do not want to delete all NaN, use

df[~df.C.str.contains("XYZ") == True]

sorting a vector of structs

As others have mentioned, you could use a comparison function, but you can also overload the < operator and the default less<T> functor will work as well:

struct data {
    string word;
    int number;
    bool operator < (const data& rhs) const {
        return word.size() < rhs.word.size();
    }
};

Then it's just:

std::sort(info.begin(), info.end());

Edit

As James McNellis pointed out, sort does not actually use the less<T> functor by default. However, the rest of the statement that the less<T> functor will work as well is still correct, which means that if you wanted to put struct datas into a std::map or std::set this would still work, but the other answers which provide a comparison function would need additional code to work with either.

How to change column datatype from character to numeric in PostgreSQL 8.4

If your VARCHAR column contains empty strings (which are not the same as NULL for PostgreSQL as you might recall) you will have to use something in the line of the following to set a default:

ALTER TABLE presales ALTER COLUMN code TYPE NUMERIC(10,0)
            USING COALESCE(NULLIF(code, '')::NUMERIC, 0);

(found with the help of this answer)

Rails find_or_create_by more than one attribute?

Multiple attributes can be connected with an and:

GroupMember.find_or_create_by_member_id_and_group_id(4, 7)

(use find_or_initialize_by if you don't want to save the record right away)

Edit: The above method is deprecated in Rails 4. The new way to do it will be:

GroupMember.where(:member_id => 4, :group_id => 7).first_or_create

and

GroupMember.where(:member_id => 4, :group_id => 7).first_or_initialize

Edit 2: Not all of these were factored out of rails just the attribute specific ones.

https://github.com/rails/rails/blob/4-2-stable/guides/source/active_record_querying.md

Example

GroupMember.find_or_create_by_member_id_and_group_id(4, 7)

became

GroupMember.find_or_create_by(member_id: 4, group_id: 7)

Intro to GPU programming

  1. You get programmable vertex and pixel shaders that allow execution of code directly on the GPU to manipulate the buffers that are to be drawn. These languages (i.e. OpenGL's GL Shader Lang and High Level Shader Lang and DirectX's equivalents ), are C style syntax, and really easy to use. Some examples of HLSL can be found here for XNA game studio and Direct X. I don't have any decent GLSL references, but I'm sure there are a lot around. These shader languages give an immense amount of power to manipulate what gets drawn at a per-vertex or per-pixel level, directly on the graphics card, making things like shadows, lighting, and bloom really easy to implement.
  2. The second thing that comes to mind is using openCL to code for the new lines of general purpose GPU's. I'm not sure how to use this, but my understanding is that openCL gives you the beginnings of being able to access processors on both the graphics card and normal cpu. This is not mainstream technology yet, and seems to be driven by Apple.
  3. CUDA seems to be a hot topic. CUDA is nVidia's way of accessing the GPU power. Here are some intros

Simple way to change the position of UIView?

Other way:

CGPoint position = CGPointMake(100,30);
[self setFrame:(CGRect){
      .origin = position,
      .size = self.frame.size
}];

This i save size parameters and change origin only.

Disabling of EditText in Android

As android:editable="false" deprecated In xml

Use android:enabled="false" it's simple. Why use more code?

If you want in java class you can also use this programmatically

 editText.setEnabled(false);

How to prepend a string to a column value in MySQL?

That's a simple one

UPDATE YourTable SET YourColumn = CONCAT('prependedString', YourColumn);

How to increase MaximumErrorCount in SQL Server 2008 Jobs or Packages?

It is important to highlight that the Property (MaximumErrorCount) that needs to be changed must be set as more than 0 (which is the default) in the Package level and not in the specific control that is showing the error (I tried this and it does not work!)

Be sure that in the Properties Window, the Pull down menu is set to "Package", then look for the property MaximumErrorCount to change it.

List passed by ref - help me explain this behaviour

There are two parts of memory allocated for an object of reference type. One in stack and one in heap. The part in stack (aka a pointer) contains reference to the part in heap - where the actual values are stored.

When ref keyword is not use, just a copy of part in stack is created and passed to the method - reference to same part in heap. Therefore if you change something in heap part, those change will stayed. If you change the copied pointer - by assign it to refer to other place in heap - it will not affect to origin pointer outside of the method.

Will #if RELEASE work like #if DEBUG does in C#?

Whilst M4N's answer (#if (!DEBUG)) makes most sense, another option could be to use the preprocessor to amend other flag's values; e.g.

bool isRelease = true;
#if DEBUG
    isRelease = false;
#endif

Or better, rather than referring to whether we're in release or debug mode, use flags that define the expected behavior and set them based on the mode:

bool sendEmails = true;
#if DEBUG
    sendEmails = false;
#endif

This is different to using preprocessor flags, in that the flags are still there in production, so you incur the overhead of if (sendEmails) {/* send mails */} each time that code's called, rather than the code existing in release but not existing in debug, but this can be advantageous; e.g. in your tests you may want to call your SendEmails() method but on a mock, whilst running in debug to get additional output.

Keystore type: which one to use?

There are a few more types than what's listed in the standard name list you've linked to. You can find more in the cryptographic providers documentation. The most common are certainly JKS (the default) and PKCS12 (for PKCS#12 files, often with extension .p12 or sometimes .pfx).

JKS is the most common if you stay within the Java world. PKCS#12 isn't Java-specific, it's particularly convenient to use certificates (with private keys) backed up from a browser or coming from OpenSSL-based tools (keytool wasn't able to convert a keystore and import its private keys before Java 6, so you had to use other tools).

If you already have a PKCS#12 file, it's often easier to use the PKCS12 type directly. It's possible to convert formats, but it's rarely necessary if you can choose the keystore type directly.

In Java 7, PKCS12 was mainly useful as a keystore but less for a truststore (see the difference between a keystore and a truststore), because you couldn't store certificate entries without a private key. In contrast, JKS doesn't require each entry to be a private key entry, so you can have entries that contain only certificates, which is useful for trust stores, where you store the list of certificates you trust (but you don't have the private key for them).

This has changed in Java 8, so you can now have certificate-only entries in PKCS12 stores too. (More details about these changes and further plans can be found in JEP 229: Create PKCS12 Keystores by Default.)

There are a few other keystore types, perhaps less frequently used (depending on the context), those include:

  • PKCS11, for PKCS#11 libraries, typically for accessing hardware cryptographic tokens, but the Sun provider implementation also supports NSS stores (from Mozilla) through this.
  • BKS, using the BouncyCastle provider (commonly used for Android).
  • Windows-MY/Windows-ROOT, if you want to access the Windows certificate store directly.
  • KeychainStore, if you want to use the OSX keychain directly.

Set active tab style with AngularJS

You can also simply inject the location into the scope and use that to deduct the style for the navigation:

function IndexController( $scope, $rootScope, $location ) {
  $rootScope.location = $location;
  ...
}

Then use it in your ng-class:

<li ng-class="{active: location.path() == '/search'}">
  <a href="/search">Search><a/>
</li>

Remove carriage return in Unix

Old School:

tr -d '\r' < filewithcarriagereturns > filewithoutcarriagereturns

React js onClick can't pass value to method

Simply create a function like this

  function methodName(params) {
    //the thing  you wanna do
  }

and call it in the place you need

 <Icon onClick = {() => { methodName(theParamsYouwantToPass);} }/>

Get Request and Session Parameters and Attributes from JSF pages

In the bean you can use session.getAttribute("attributeName");

RegEx to make sure that the string contains at least one lower case char, upper case char, digit and symbol

Bart Kiers, your regex has a couple issues. The best way to do that is this:

(.*[a-z].*)       // For lower cases
(.*[A-Z].*)       // For upper cases
(.*\d.*)          // For digits

In this way you are searching no matter if at the beginning, at the end or at the middle. In your have I have a lot of troubles with complex passwords.

How to add bootstrap to an angular-cli project

you can install bootstrap in angular using npm install bootstrap command.

and next setup bootstrap path in angular.json file and style.css file.

you can read a full blog about how to install & setup bootstrap in angular, click here to read full blog about this

Encoding conversion in java

You don't need a library beyond the standard one - just use Charset. (You can just use the String constructors and getBytes methods, but personally I don't like just working with the names of character encodings. Too much room for typos.)

EDIT: As pointed out in comments, you can still use Charset instances but have the ease of use of the String methods: new String(bytes, charset) and String.getBytes(charset).

See "URL Encoding (or: 'What are those "%20" codes in URLs?')".

How do I remove trailing whitespace using a regular expression?

The platform is not specified, but in C# (.NET) it would be:

Regular expression (presumes the multiline option - the example below uses it):

    [ \t]+(\r?$)

Replacement:

    $1

For an explanation of "\r?$", see Regular Expression Options, Multiline Mode (MSDN).

Code example

This will remove all trailing spaces and all trailing TABs in all lines:

string inputText = "     Hello, World!  \r\n" +
                   "  Some other line\r\n" +
                   "     The last line  ";
string cleanedUpText = Regex.Replace(inputText,
                                     @"[ \t]+(\r?$)", @"$1",
                                     RegexOptions.Multiline);

Tab key == 4 spaces and auto-indent after curly braces in Vim

The best way to get filetype-specific indentation is to use filetype plugin indent on in your vimrc. Then you can specify things like set sw=4 sts=4 et in .vim/ftplugin/c.vim, for example, without having to make those global for all files being edited and other non-C type syntaxes will get indented correctly, too (even lisps).

No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' - Node / Apache Port Issue

Hi this happens when the front end and backend is running on different ports. The browser blocks the responses from the backend due to the absence on CORS headers. The solution is to make add the CORS headers in the backend request. The easiest way is to use cors npm package.

var express = require('express')
var cors = require('cors')
var app = express()
app.use(cors())

This will enable CORS headers in all your request. For more information you can refer to cors documentation

https://www.npmjs.com/package/cors

Windows.history.back() + location.reload() jquery

window.history.back() does not support reload or refresh of the page. But you can use following if you are okay with an extra refresh

window.history.back()
window.location.reload()

However a real complete solution would be as follows: I wrote a service to keep track of previous page and then navigate to that page with reload:true

Here is how i did it.

'use strict';

angular.module('tryme5App')
    .factory('RouterTracker', function RouterTracker($rootScope) {
          var routeHistory = [];
          var service = {
            getRouteHistory: getRouteHistory
          };

          $rootScope.$on('$stateChangeSuccess', function (ev, to, toParams, from, fromParams) {
              routeHistory = [];
              routeHistory.push({route: from, routeParams: fromParams});
          });

          function getRouteHistory() {
            return routeHistory;
          }

          return service;       
    });

Make sure you have included this js file from you index.html

<script src="scripts/components/util/route.service.js"></script>

Now from you stateprovider or controller you can access this service and navigate

var routeHistory = RouterTracker.getRouteHistory();    
console.log(routeHistory[0].route.name)
$state.go(routeHistory[0].route.name, null, { reload: true });

or alternatively even perform checks and conditional routing

var routeHistory = RouterTracker.getRouteHistory();    
console.log(routeHistory[0].route.name)
if(routeHistory[0].route.name == 'seat') {
      $state.go('seat', null, { reload: true });
} else {
      window.history.back()
}

Make sure you have added RouterTracker as an argument in your function in my case it was :

.state('seat.new', {
                parent: 'seat',
                url: '/new',
                data: {
                    authorities: ['ROLE_USER'],
                },
                onEnter: ['$stateParams', '$state', '$uibModal', 'RouterTracker', function($stateParams, $state, $uibModal, RouterTracker) {
  $uibModal.open({
      //....Open dialog.....
 }).result.then(function(result) {
            var routeHistory = RouterTracker.getRouteHistory();    
            console.log(routeHistory[0].route.name)
            $state.go(routeHistory[0].route.name, null, { reload: true });
 }, function() {
                    $state.go('^');
 })

How to run function of parent window when child window closes?

Check following link. This would be helpful too..

In Parent Window:

function OpenChildAsPopup() {
        var childWindow = window.open("ChildWindow.aspx", "_blank",
        "width=200px,height=350px,left=200,top=100");
        childWindow.focus();
 }

function ChangeBackgroudColor() {
        var para = document.getElementById('samplePara');
        if (para !="undefied") {
            para.style.backgroundColor = '#6CDBF5';
        }
 }

Parent Window HTML Markup:

<div>
  <p id="samplePara" style="width: 350px;">
            Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit.
  </p><br />
 <asp:Button ID="Button1" Text="Open Child Window" 
         runat="server" OnClientClick="OpenChildAsPopup();"/>
</div>

In Child Window:

// This will be called when the child window is closed.     
  window.onunload = function (e) {
        opener.ChangeBackgroudColor();
        //or you can do
        //var para = opener.document.getElementById('samplePara');
        //if (para != "undefied") {
        //    para.style.backgroundColor = '#6CDBF5';
        //}
    };

How to tell which row number is clicked in a table?

This would get you the index of the clicked row, starting with one:

_x000D_
_x000D_
$('#thetable').find('tr').click( function(){_x000D_
alert('You clicked row '+ ($(this).index()+1) );_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<table id="thetable">_x000D_
   <tr>_x000D_
      <td>1</td><td>1</td><td>1</td>_x000D_
   </tr>_x000D_
   <tr>_x000D_
      <td>2</td><td>2</td><td>2</td>_x000D_
   </tr>_x000D_
   <tr>_x000D_
      <td>3</td><td>3</td><td>3</td>_x000D_
   </tr>_x000D_
</table>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

If you want to return the number stored in that first cell of each row:

$('#thetable').find('tr').click( function(){
  var row = $(this).find('td:first').text();
  alert('You clicked ' + row);
});

How to print something to the console in Xcode?

@Logan said it perfectly. but i would like to add an alternative here,

if you want to view logs from just your application then you can make a custom method that keeps saving the log to a file in documents directory & then you can view that log file from your application.

There is one good advantage for developers of the app after the app has been released & users are downloading it. Because your app will be able to send logs & crash reports to the developers (of course with the permissions of the device user !!!) & it'll be the way to improve your application.

Let me know (To other SO users), if there is another way of doing the same thing. (Like default Apple feature or something)

Let me know if it helps or you want some more idea.

AngularJS: Uncaught Error: [$injector:modulerr] Failed to instantiate module?

it turns out that I got this error because my requested module is not bundled in the minification prosses due to path misspelling

so make sure that your module exists in minified js file (do search for a word within it to be sure)

How to validate inputs dynamically created using ng-repeat, ng-show (angular)

validation is working with ng repeat if I use the following syntax scope.step3Form['item[107][quantity]'].$touched I don't know it's a best practice or the best solution, but it works

<tr ng-repeat="item in items">
   <td>
        <div class="form-group">
            <input type="text" ng-model="item.quantity" name="item[<% item.id%>][quantity]" required="" class="form-control" placeholder = "# of Units" />
            <span ng-show="step3Form.$submitted || step3Form['item[<% item.id %>][quantity]'].$touched">
                <span class="help-block" ng-show="step3Form['item[<% item.id %>][quantity]'].$error.required"> # of Units is required.</span>
            </span>
        </div>
    </td>
</tr>

Setting default values for columns in JPA

  1. @Column(columnDefinition='...') doesn't work when you set the default constraint in database while inserting the data.
  2. You need to make insertable = false and remove columnDefinition='...' from annotation, then database will automatically insert the default value from the database.
  3. E.g. when you set varchar gender is male by default in database.
  4. You just need to add insertable = false in Hibernate/JPA, it will work.

Radio buttons not checked in jQuery

If my firebug profiler work fine (and i know how to use it well), this:

$('#communitymode').attr('checked')

is faster than

$('#communitymode').is('checked')

You can try on this page :)

And then you can use it like

if($('#communitymode').attr('checked')===true) { 
// do something
}

Prevent direct access to a php include file

The following code is used in the Flatnux CMS (http://flatnux.altervista.org):

if ( strpos(strtolower($_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME']),strtolower(basename(__FILE__))) )
{
    header("Location: ../../index.php");
    die("...");
}

Using a dictionary to select function to execute

Simplify, simplify, simplify + DRY:

tasks = {}
task = lambda f: tasks.setdefault(f.__name__, f)

@task
def p1():
    whatever

@task
def p2():
    whatever

def my_main(key):
    tasks[key]()

No function matches the given name and argument types

In my particular case the function was actually missing. The error message is the same. I am using the Postgresql plugin PostGIS and I had to reinstall that for whatever reason.

How to decode JWT Token?

  var key = new SymmetricSecurityKey(Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(_config["Jwt:Key"]));
  var creds = new SigningCredentials(key, SecurityAlgorithms.HmacSha256);
  var claims = new[]
  {
      new Claim(JwtRegisteredClaimNames.Email, model.UserName),
      new Claim(JwtRegisteredClaimNames.NameId, model.Id.ToString()),
  };
  var token = new JwtSecurityToken(_config["Jwt:Issuer"],
      _config["Jwt:Issuer"],
      claims,
      expires: DateTime.Now.AddMinutes(30),
      signingCredentials: creds);

Then extract content

 var handler = new JwtSecurityTokenHandler();
 string authHeader = Request.Headers["Authorization"];
 authHeader = authHeader.Replace("Bearer ", "");
 var jsonToken = handler.ReadToken(authHeader);
 var tokenS = handler.ReadToken(authHeader) as JwtSecurityToken;
 var id = tokenS.Claims.First(claim => claim.Type == "nameid").Value;

How to Validate on Max File Size in Laravel?

Edit: Warning! This answer worked on my XAMPP OsX environment, but when I deployed it to AWS EC2 it did NOT prevent the upload attempt.

I was tempted to delete this answer as it is WRONG But instead I will explain what tripped me up

My file upload field is named 'upload' so I was getting "The upload failed to upload.". This message comes from this line in validation.php:

in resources/lang/en/validaton.php:

'uploaded' => 'The :attribute failed to upload.',

And this is the message displayed when the file is larger than the limit set by PHP.

I want to over-ride this message, which you normally can do by passing a third parameter $messages array to Validator::make() method.

However I can't do that as I am calling the POST from a React Component, which renders the form containing the csrf field and the upload field.

So instead, as a super-dodgy-hack, I chose to get into my view that displays the messages and replace that specific message with my friendly 'file too large' message.

Here is what works if the file to smaller than the PHP file size limit:

In case anyone else is using Laravel FormRequest class, here is what worked for me on Laravel 5.7:

This is how I set a custom error message and maximum file size:

I have an input field <input type="file" name="upload">. Note the CSRF token is required also in the form (google laravel csrf_field for what this means).

<?php
namespace App\Http\Requests;
use Illuminate\Foundation\Http\FormRequest;
class Upload extends FormRequest
{
  ...
  ...
  public function rules() {
    return [
      'upload' => 'required|file|max:8192',
    ];
  }
  public function messages()
  {
    return [            
      'upload.required' => "You must use the 'Choose file' button to select which file you wish to upload",
      'upload.max' => "Maximum file size to upload is 8MB (8192 KB). If you are uploading a photo, try to reduce its resolution to make it under 8MB"
    ];
  }
}

How to change color of Toolbar back button in Android?

You don't have to change style for it. After setting up your toolbar as actionbar, You can code like this

android.getSupportActionBar().setDisplayHomeAsUpEnabled(true);
android.getSupportActionBar().setHomeAsUpIndicator(R.drawable.back);
//here back is your drawable image

But You cannot change color of back arrow by this method

What does %~d0 mean in a Windows batch file?

The magic variables %n contains the arguments used to invoke the file: %0 is the path to the bat-file itself, %1 is the first argument after, %2 is the second and so on.

Since the arguments are often file paths, there is some additional syntax to extract parts of the path. ~d is drive, ~p is the path (without drive), ~n is the file name. They can be combined so ~dp is drive+path.

%~dp0 is therefore pretty useful in a bat: it is the folder in which the executing bat file resides.

You can also get other kinds of meta info about the file: ~t is the timestamp, ~z is the size.

Look here for a reference for all command line commands. The tilde-magic codes are described under for.

RegExp matching string not starting with my

Wouldn't it be significantly more readable to do a positive match and reject those strings - rather than match the negative to find strings to accept?

/^my/

How to read the RGB value of a given pixel in Python?

PyPNG - lightweight PNG decoder/encoder

Although the question hints at JPG, I hope my answer will be useful to some people.

Here's how to read and write PNG pixels using PyPNG module:

import png, array

point = (2, 10) # coordinates of pixel to be painted red

reader = png.Reader(filename='image.png')
w, h, pixels, metadata = reader.read_flat()
pixel_byte_width = 4 if metadata['alpha'] else 3
pixel_position = point[0] + point[1] * w
new_pixel_value = (255, 0, 0, 0) if metadata['alpha'] else (255, 0, 0)
pixels[
  pixel_position * pixel_byte_width :
  (pixel_position + 1) * pixel_byte_width] = array.array('B', new_pixel_value)

output = open('image-with-red-dot.png', 'wb')
writer = png.Writer(w, h, **metadata)
writer.write_array(output, pixels)
output.close()

PyPNG is a single pure Python module less than 4000 lines long, including tests and comments.

PIL is a more comprehensive imaging library, but it's also significantly heavier.

JQuery Find #ID, RemoveClass and AddClass

Try this

$('#testID').addClass('nameOfClass');

or

$('#testID').removeClass('nameOfClass');

Select all DIV text with single mouse click

UPDATE 2017:

To select the node's contents call:

window.getSelection().selectAllChildren(
    document.getElementById(id)
);

This works on all modern browsers including IE9+ (in standards mode).

Runnable Example:

_x000D_
_x000D_
function select(id) {_x000D_
  window.getSelection()_x000D_
    .selectAllChildren(_x000D_
      document.getElementById("target-div") _x000D_
    );_x000D_
}
_x000D_
#outer-div  { padding: 1rem; background-color: #fff0f0; }_x000D_
#target-div { padding: 1rem; background-color: #f0fff0; }_x000D_
button      { margin: 1rem; }
_x000D_
<div id="outer-div">_x000D_
  <div id="target-div">_x000D_
    Some content for the _x000D_
    <br>Target DIV_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
_x000D_
<button onclick="select(id);">Click to SELECT Contents of #target-div</button>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_


The original answer below is obsolete since window.getSelection().addRange(range); has been deprecated

Original Answer:

All of the examples above use:

    var range = document.createRange();
    range.selectNode( ... );

but the problem with that is that it selects the Node itself including the DIV tag etc.

To select the Node's text as per the OP question you need to call instead:

    range.selectNodeContents( ... )

So the full snippet would be:

    function selectText( containerid ) {

        var node = document.getElementById( containerid );

        if ( document.selection ) {
            var range = document.body.createTextRange();
            range.moveToElementText( node  );
            range.select();
        } else if ( window.getSelection ) {
            var range = document.createRange();
            range.selectNodeContents( node );
            window.getSelection().removeAllRanges();
            window.getSelection().addRange( range );
        }
    }

Setting a PHP $_SESSION['var'] using jQuery

It works on firefox, if you change onClick() to click() in javascript part.

_x000D_
_x000D_
$("img.foo").click(function()_x000D_
{_x000D_
    // Get the src of the image_x000D_
    var src = $(this).attr("src");_x000D_
_x000D_
    // Send Ajax request to backend.php, with src set as "img" in the POST data_x000D_
    $.post("/backend.php", {"img": src});_x000D_
});
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to disable scrolling in UITableView table when the content fits on the screen

The default height is 44.0f for a tableview cell I believe. You must be having your datasource in hand in a Array? Then just check if [array count]*44.0f goes beyond the frame bounds and if so set tableview.scrollEnabled = NO, else set it to YES. Do it where you figure the datasource out for that particular tableview.

How to convert C# nullable int to int

It will assign value of v1 to v2 if it is not null, else it will take a default value as zero.

v2=v1??0

Or below is the other way to write it.

v2 = v1.HasValue?v1:0

Query to check index on a table

If you just need the indexed columns EXEC sp_helpindex 'TABLE_NAME'

Laravel 5.2 not reading env file

I face the same problem much time during larval development. some times env stop working and not return any value. that reason may be different that depends on your situation. but in my case a few days ago I just run

 PHP artisan::config:clear

so be careful use of this command. because it will wipe all config data form its cache. so after that, it will not return any value. So in this situation, you need to use this first if you have run PHP artisan config:: clear command.

php artisan config:cache  // it will cache all data 
php artisan config:clear
Configuration cache cleared!

What are the parameters for the number Pipe - Angular 2

'1.0-0' will give you zero decimal places i.e. no decimals. e.g.$500

Print a file, skipping the first X lines, in Bash

This shell script works fine for me:

#!/bin/bash
awk -v initial_line=$1 -v end_line=$2 '{
    if (NR >= initial_line && NR <= end_line) 
    print $0
}' $3

Used with this sample file (file.txt):

one
two
three
four
five
six

The command (it will extract from second to fourth line in the file):

edu@debian5:~$./script.sh 2 4 file.txt

Output of this command:

two
three
four

Of course, you can improve it, for example by testing that all argument values are the expected :-)

Proper way to set response status and JSON content in a REST API made with nodejs and express

Express API reference covers this case.

See status and send.

In short, you just have to call the status method before calling json or send:

res.status(500).send({ error: "boo:(" });

R ggplot2: stat_count() must not be used with a y aesthetic error in Bar graph

First off, your code is a bit off. aes() is an argument in ggplot(), you don't use ggplot(...) + aes(...) + layers

Second, from the help file ?geom_bar:

By default, geom_bar uses stat="count" which makes the height of the bar proportion to the number of cases in each group (or if the weight aethetic is supplied, the sum of the weights). If you want the heights of the bars to represent values in the data, use stat="identity" and map a variable to the y aesthetic.

You want the second case, where the height of the bar is equal to the conversion_rate So what you want is...

data_country <- data.frame(country = c("China", "Germany", "UK", "US"), 
            conversion_rate = c(0.001331558,0.062428188, 0.052612025, 0.037800687))
ggplot(data_country, aes(x=country,y = conversion_rate)) +geom_bar(stat = "identity")

Result:

enter image description here

How to call on a function found on another file?

Small addition to @user995502's answer on how to run the program.

g++ player.cpp main.cpp -o main.out && ./main.out

How to obtain Certificate Signing Request

Since you installed a new OS you probably don't have any more of your private and public keys that you used to sign your app in to XCode before. You need to regenerate those keys on your machine by revoking your previous certificate and asking for a new one on the iOS development portal. As part of the process you will be asked to generate a Certificate Signing Request which is where you seem to have a problem.

You will find all you need there which consists of (from the official doc):

1.Open Keychain Access on your Mac (located in Applications/Utilities).

2.Open Preferences and click Certificates. Make sure both Online Certificate Status Protocol and Certificate Revocation List are set to Off.

3.Choose Keychain Access > Certificate Assistant > Request a Certificate From a Certificate Authority.

Note: If you have a private key selected when you do this, the CSR won’t be accepted. Make sure no private key is selected. Enter your user email address and common name. Use the same address and name as you used to register in the iOS Developer Program. No CA Email Address is required.

4.Select the options “Saved to disk” and “Let me specify key pair information” and click Continue.

5.Specify a filename and click Save. (make sure to replace .certSigningRequest with .csr)

For the Key Size choose 2048 bits and for Algorithm choose RSA. Click Continue and the Certificate Assistant creates a CSR and saves the file to your specified location.

How do I strip all spaces out of a string in PHP?

Do you just mean spaces or all whitespace?

For just spaces, use str_replace:

$string = str_replace(' ', '', $string);

For all whitespace (including tabs and line ends), use preg_replace:

$string = preg_replace('/\s+/', '', $string);

(From here).

Convert pyQt UI to python

Quickest way to convert .ui to .py is from terminal:

pyuic4 -x input.ui -o output.py

Make sure you have pyqt4-dev-tools installed.

How to compare dates in datetime fields in Postgresql?

Use the range type. If the user enter a date:

select *
from table
where
    update_date
    <@
    tsrange('2013-05-03', '2013-05-03'::date + 1, '[)');

If the user enters timestamps then you don't need the ::date + 1 part

http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.2/static/rangetypes.html

http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.2/static/functions-range.html

Port 443 in use by "Unable to open process" with PID 4

The port is being used by another process,

PID 4 means it is Windows System, you can open a cmd window with "super user/administrator" priviledges and write "net stop http", it will stop all the web services. Then check if it freed the port.

I had the same problem and it happened to be the "Routing and Remote Access Service". You open Services in the windows search, and then look for the specific service name. Change the startup of it to manual or automatic (whatever you decide).

Use some app like TCPView to help what port each App PID is using.

The origin of the problem seems to be Microsoft not knowing what the word disable Microsoft VPN means...

How to set caret(cursor) position in contenteditable element (div)?

  const el = document.getElementById("editable");
  el.focus()
  let char = 1, sel; // character at which to place caret

  if (document.selection) {
    sel = document.selection.createRange();
    sel.moveStart('character', char);
    sel.select();
  }
  else {
    sel = window.getSelection();
    sel.collapse(el.lastChild, char);
  }

[] and {} vs list() and dict(), which is better?

A box bracket pair denotes one of a list object, or an index subscript, my_List[x].

A curly brace pair denotes a dictionary object.

a_list = ['on', 'off', 1, 2]

a_dict = { on: 1, off: 2 }

Difference between spring @Controller and @RestController annotation

Actually, be careful - they are not exactly the same.

If you define any interceptors within your application, they will not apply to Controllers annotated as @RestController, however they do work with @Controller annotated controllers.

ie. configuration for the interceptor:

@Configuration
public class WebMvcConfiguration extends WebMvcConfigurerAdapter {


    @Override
    public void addInterceptors(InterceptorRegistry registry) {
        registry.addInterceptor(new TemplateMappingInterceptor()).addPathPatterns("/**", "/admin-functions**").excludePathPatterns("/login**");
    }

}

and in the declaration of a Spring controller:

@Controller
public class AdminServiceController {...

Will work, however

@RestController
public class AdminServiceController {...

does not end up having the interceptor being associated with it.

How to resolve /var/www copy/write permission denied?

sudo chown -R $USER:$USER /var/www

Extend contigency table with proportions (percentages)

I made this for when doing aggregate functions and similar

per.fun <- function(x) {
    if(length(x)>1){
        denom <- length(x);
        num <- sum(x);
        percentage <- num/denom;
        percentage*100
        }
        else NA
    }

recursively use scp but excluding some folders

Although scp supports recursive directory copying with the -r option, it does not support filtering of the files. There are several ways to accomplish your task, but I would probably rely on find, xargs, tar, and ssh instead of scp.

find . -type d -wholename '*bench*/image' \
| xargs tar cf - \
| ssh user@remote tar xf - -C /my/dir

The rsync solution can be made to work, but you are missing some arguments. rsync also needs the r switch to recurse into subdirectories. Also, if you want the same security of scp, you need to do the transfer under ssh. Something like:

rsync -avr -e "ssh -l user" --exclude 'fl_*' ./bench* remote:/my/dir

What is the .idea folder?

It contains your local IntelliJ IDE configs. I recommend adding this folder to your .gitignore file:

# intellij configs
.idea/

Excel Create Collapsible Indented Row Hierarchies

A much easier way is to go to Data and select Group or Subtotal. Instant collapsible rows without messing with pivot tables or VBA.

Jquery insert new row into table at a certain index

You can use .eq() and .after() like this:

$('#my_table > tbody > tr').eq(i-1).after(html);

The indexes are 0 based, so to be the 4th row, you need i-1, since .eq(3) would be the 4th row, you need to go back to the 3rd row (2) and insert .after() that.

python capitalize first letter only

You can replace the first letter (preceded by a digit) of each word using regex:

re.sub(r'(\d\w)', lambda w: w.group().upper(), '1bob 5sandy')

output:
 1Bob 5Sandy

How to check undefined in Typescript

Use 'this' keyword to access variable. This worked for me

var  uemail = localStorage.getItem("useremail");

if (typeof this.uemail === "undefined")
{
    alert('undefined');
}
else
{
    alert('defined');
}

Can you put two conditions in an xslt test attribute?

Not quite, the AND has to be lower-case.

<xsl:when test="4 &lt; 5 and 1 &lt; 2">
<!-- do something -->
</xsl:when>

Do you use NULL or 0 (zero) for pointers in C++?

Strange, nobody, including Stroustroup mentioned that. While talking a lot about standards and aesthetics nobody noticed that it is dangerous to use 0 in NULL's stead, for instance, in variable argument list on the architecture where sizeof(int) != sizeof(void*). Like Stroustroup, I prefer 0 for aesthetic reasons, but one has to be careful not to use it where its type might be ambiguous.

If '<selector>' is an Angular component, then verify that it is part of this module

Check your selector in your filename.component.ts

Using the tag in various html files I would say

<my-first-component></my-first-component>

Should be

<app-my-first-component></app-my-first-component>

Example

@Component({
  selector: 'app-my-first-component',
  templateUrl: './my-first-component.component.html',
  styleUrls: ['./my-first-component.component.scss']
})

Java String encoding (UTF-8)

How is this different from the following?

This line of code here:

String newString = new String(oldString.getBytes("UTF-8"), "UTF-8"));

constructs a new String object (i.e. a copy of oldString), while this line of code:

String newString = oldString;

declares a new variable of type java.lang.String and initializes it to refer to the same String object as the variable oldString.

Is there any scenario in which the two lines will have different outputs?

Absolutely:

String newString = oldString;
boolean isSameInstance = newString == oldString; // isSameInstance == true

vs.

String newString = new String(oldString.getBytes("UTF-8"), "UTF-8"));
 // isSameInstance == false (in most cases)    
boolean isSameInstance = newString == oldString;

a_horse_with_no_name (see comment) is right of course. The equivalent of

String newString = new String(oldString.getBytes("UTF-8"), "UTF-8"));

is

String newString = new String(oldString);

minus the subtle difference wrt the encoding that Peter Lawrey explains in his answer.

0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x00000000

This line looks suspicious:

invaders[i] = inv;

You're never incrementing i, so you keep assigning to invaders[0]. If this is just an error you made when reducing your code to the example, check how you calculate i in the real code; you could be exceeding the size of invaders.

If as your comment suggests, you're creating 55 invaders, then check that invaders has been initialised correctly to handle this number.

How can I remove leading and trailing quotes in SQL Server?

My solution is to use the difference in the the column values length compared the same column length but with the double quotes replaced with spaces and trimmed in order to calculate the start and length values as parameters in a SUBSTRING function.

The advantage of doing it this way is that you can remove any leading or trailing character even if it occurs multiple times whilst leaving any characters that are contained within the text.

Here is my answer with some test data:

 SELECT 
  x AS before
  ,SUBSTRING(x 
       ,LEN(x) - (LEN(LTRIM(REPLACE(x, '"', ' ')) + '|') - 1) + 1 --start_pos
       ,LEN(LTRIM(REPLACE(x, '"', ' '))) --length
       ) AS after
FROM 
(
SELECT 'test'     AS x UNION ALL
SELECT '"'        AS x UNION ALL
SELECT '"test'    AS x UNION ALL
SELECT 'test"'    AS x UNION ALL
SELECT '"test"'   AS x UNION ALL
SELECT '""test'   AS x UNION ALL
SELECT 'test""'   AS x UNION ALL
SELECT '""test""' AS x UNION ALL
SELECT '"te"st"'  AS x UNION ALL
SELECT 'te"st'    AS x
) a

Which produces the following results:

before  after
-----------------
test    test
"   
"test   test
test"   test
"test"  test
""test  test
test""  test
""test""    test
"te"st" te"st
te"st   te"st

One thing to note that when getting the length I only need to use LTRIM and not LTRIM and RTRIM combined, this is because the LEN function does not count trailing spaces.

Why are empty catch blocks a bad idea?

I wouldn't stretch things as far as to say that who uses empty catch blocks is a bad programmer and doesn't know what he is doing...

I use empty catch blocks if necessary. Sometimes programmer of library I'm consuming doesn't know what he is doing and throws exceptions even in situations when nobody needs it.

For example, consider some http server library, I couldn't care less if server throws exception because client has disconnected and index.html couldn't be sent.

How to check a not-defined variable in JavaScript

In JavaScript, null is an object. There's another value for things that don't exist, undefined. The DOM returns null for almost all cases where it fails to find some structure in the document, but in JavaScript itself undefined is the value used.

Second, no, there is not a direct equivalent. If you really want to check for specifically for null, do:

if (yourvar === null) // Does not execute if yourvar is `undefined`

If you want to check if a variable exists, that can only be done with try/catch, since typeof will treat an undeclared variable and a variable declared with the value of undefined as equivalent.

But, to check if a variable is declared and is not undefined:

if (yourvar !== undefined) // Any scope

Previously, it was necessary to use the typeof operator to check for undefined safely, because it was possible to reassign undefined just like a variable. The old way looked like this:

if (typeof yourvar !== 'undefined') // Any scope

The issue of undefined being re-assignable was fixed in ECMAScript 5, which was released in 2009. You can now safely use === and !== to test for undefined without using typeof as undefined has been read-only for some time.

If you want to know if a member exists independent but don't care what its value is:

if ('membername' in object) // With inheritance
if (object.hasOwnProperty('membername')) // Without inheritance

If you want to to know whether a variable is truthy:

if (yourvar)

Source

How to get the difference between two arrays in JavaScript?

Array.prototype.difference = function(e) {
    return this.filter(function(i) {return e.indexOf(i) < 0;});
};

eg:- 

[1,2,3,4,5,6,7].difference( [3,4,5] );  
 => [1, 2, 6 , 7]

mysql alphabetical order

You do not need to user where clause while ordering the data alphabetically. here is my code

SELECT * FROM tbl_name ORDER BY field_name

that's it. It return the data in alphabetical order ie; From A to Z. :)

IF EXISTS condition not working with PLSQL

Unfortunately PL/SQL doesn't have IF EXISTS operator like SQL Server. But you can do something like this:

begin
  for x in ( select count(*) cnt
               from dual 
              where exists (
                select 1 from courseoffering co
                  join co_enrolment ce on ce.co_id = co.co_id
                 where ce.s_regno = 403 
                   and ce.coe_completionstatus = 'C' 
                   and co.c_id = 803 ) )
  loop
        if ( x.cnt = 1 ) 
        then
           dbms_output.put_line('exists');
        else 
           dbms_output.put_line('does not exist');
        end if;
  end loop;
end;
/

SOAP Action WSDL

I've just spent a while trying to get this to work an have a written a Ruby gem that accesses the API. You can read more on it's project page.

This is working code in Ruby:

require 'savon'
client = Savon::Client.new do
  wsdl.document = "http://realtime.nationalrail.co.uk/LDBWS/wsdl.aspx"
end

response = client.request 'http://thalesgroup.com/RTTI/2012-01-13/ldb/GetDepartureBoard' do

  namespaces = {
    "xmlns:soap" => "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/",
    "xmlns:xsi" => "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance",
    "xmlns:xsd" => "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"
  }

  soap.xml do |xml|
    xml.soap(:Envelope, namespaces) do |xml|
      xml.soap(:Header) do |xml|
        xml.AccessToken do |xml|
          xml.TokenValue('ENTER YOUR TOKEN HERE') 
        end
      end
      xml.soap(:Body) do |xml|
        xml.GetDepartureBoardRequest(xmlns: "http://thalesgroup.com/RTTI/2012-01-13/ldb/types") do |xml|
          xml.numRows(10)
          xml.crs("BHM")
          xml.filterCrs("BHM")
          xml.filterType("to")
        end
      end
    end
  end
end
p response.body

Hope that's helpful for someone!

Convert Long into Integer

Using toIntExact(long value) returns the value of the long argument, throwing an exception if the value overflows an int. it will work only API level 24 or above.

int id = Math.toIntExact(longId);

How to get date, month, year in jQuery UI datepicker?

what about that simple way)

$(document).ready ->
 $('#datepicker').datepicker( dateFormat: 'yy-mm-dd',  onSelect: (dateStr) ->
    alert dateStr # yy-mm-dd
    #OR
    alert $("#datepicker").val(); # yy-mm-dd

How to redirect siteA to siteB with A or CNAME records

It sounds like the web server on hosttwo.com doesn't allow undefined domains to be passed through. You also said you wanted to do a redirect, this isn't actually a method for redirecting. If you bought this domain through GoDaddy you may just want to use their redirection service.

How to add an image to a JPanel?

You can avoid using own Components and SwingX library and ImageIO class:

File f = new File("hello.jpg");
JLabel imgLabel = new JLabel(new ImageIcon(file.getName()));

HTML favicon won't show on google chrome

It doesn't look like Chrome allows you to display the favicon in the address bar...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Favicon#Use_of_favicon

I've also seen it done like this. Don't know if it would make a difference or not.

<link rel="icon" href="/favicon.ico" />

Get JSONArray without array name?

JSONArray has a constructor which takes a String source (presumed to be an array).

So something like this

JSONArray array = new JSONArray(yourJSONArrayAsString);

Unity Scripts edited in Visual studio don't provide autocomplete

Unload and reload the project, in Visual Studio:

  • right click your project in Solution Explorer
  • select Unload Project
  • select Reload Project

Fixed!

I found this solution to work the best (easiest), having run into the problem multiple times.

Source: https://alexdunn.org/2017/04/26/xamarin-tips-fixing-the-highlighting-drop-in-your-xamarin-android-projects/

JavaScript - Replace all commas in a string

var mystring = "this,is,a,test"
mystring.replace(/,/g, "newchar");

Use the global(g) flag

Simple DEMO

Path of currently executing powershell script

In powershell 2.0

split-path $pwd

Mipmaps vs. drawable folders

The mipmap folders are for placing your app/launcher icons (which are shown on the homescreen) in only. Any other drawable assets you use should be placed in the relevant drawable folders as before.

According to this Google blogpost:

It’s best practice to place your app icons in mipmap- folders (not the drawable- folders) because they are used at resolutions different from the device’s current density.

When referencing the mipmap- folders ensure you are using the following reference:

android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher"

The reason they use a different density is that some launchers actually display the icons larger than they were intended. Because of this, they use the next size up.

ReactJS: setTimeout() not working?

You did syntax declaration error, use proper setTimeout declaration

message:() => { 
  setTimeout(() => {this.setState({opened:false})},3000); 
  return 'Thanks for your time, have a nice day ! 
}

Save classifier to disk in scikit-learn

sklearn.externals.joblib has been deprecated since 0.21 and will be removed in v0.23:

/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/sklearn/externals/joblib/init.py:15: FutureWarning: sklearn.externals.joblib is deprecated in 0.21 and will be removed in 0.23. Please import this functionality directly from joblib, which can be installed with: pip install joblib. If this warning is raised when loading pickled models, you may need to re-serialize those models with scikit-learn 0.21+.
warnings.warn(msg, category=FutureWarning)


Therefore, you need to install joblib:

pip install joblib

and finally write the model to disk:

import joblib
from sklearn.datasets import load_digits
from sklearn.linear_model import SGDClassifier


digits = load_digits()
clf = SGDClassifier().fit(digits.data, digits.target)

with open('myClassifier.joblib.pkl', 'wb') as f:
    joblib.dump(clf, f, compress=9)

Now in order to read the dumped file all you need to run is:

with open('myClassifier.joblib.pkl', 'rb') as f:
    my_clf = joblib.load(f)

How to create a box when mouse over text in pure CSS?

You can also do it by toggling between display: block on hover and display:none without hover to produce the effect.

Cannot set content-type to 'application/json' in jQuery.ajax

I had the same issue. I'm running a java rest app on a jboss server. But I think the solution is similar on an ASP .NET webapp.

Firefox makes a pre call to your server / rest url to check which options are allowed. That is the "OPTIONS" request which your server doesn't reply to accordingly. If this OPTIONS call is replied correct a second call is performed which is the actual "POST" request with json content.

This only happens when performing a cross-domain call. In your case calling 'http://localhost:16329/Hello' instead of calling a url path under the same domain '/Hello'

If you intend to make a cross domain call you have to enhance your rest service class with an annotated method the supports a "OPTIONS" http request. This is the according java implementation:

@Path("/rest")
public class RestfulService {

    @POST
    @Path("/Hello")
    @Consumes(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON)
    @Produces(MediaType.TEXT_PLAIN)
    public string HelloWorld(string name)
    {
        return "hello, " + name;
    }

//THIS NEEDS TO BE ADDED ADDITIONALLY IF MAKING CROSS-DOMAIN CALLS

    @OPTIONS
    @Path("/Hello")
    @Produces(MediaType.TEXT_PLAIN+ ";charset=utf-8")
    public Response checkOptions(){
        return Response.status(200)
        .header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*")
        .header("Access-Control-Allow-Headers", "Content-Type")
        .header("Access-Control-Allow-Methods", "POST, OPTIONS") //CAN BE ENHANCED WITH OTHER HTTP CALL METHODS 
        .build();
    }
}

So I guess in .NET you have to add an additional method annotated with

[WebInvoke(
        Method = "OPTIONS",
        UriTemplate = "Hello",
        ResponseFormat = WebMessageFormat.)]

where the following headers are set

.header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*")
        .header("Access-Control-Allow-Headers", "Content-Type")
        .header("Access-Control-Allow-Methods", "POST, OPTIONS")

Get difference between two lists

This can be solved with one line. The question is given two lists (temp1 and temp2) return their difference in a third list (temp3).

temp3 = list(set(temp1).difference(set(temp2)))

good postgresql client for windows?

SQLExplorer is a great Eclipse plugin or standalone interface that works with many different database systems, either with dedicated drivers or with ODBC.

Stash just a single file

I think stash -p is probably the choice you want, but just in case you run into other even more tricky things in the future, remember that:

Stash is really just a very simple alternative to the only slightly more complex branch sets. Stash is very useful for moving things around quickly, but you can accomplish more complex things with branches without that much more headache and work.

# git checkout -b tmpbranch
# git add the_file
# git commit -m "stashing the_file"
# git checkout master

go about and do what you want, and then later simply rebase and/or merge the tmpbranch. It really isn't that much extra work when you need to do more careful tracking than stash will allow.

TypeError: got multiple values for argument

My issue was similar to Q---ten's, but in my case it was that I had forgotten to provide the self argument to a class function:

class A:
    def fn(a, b, c=True):
        pass

Should become

class A:
    def fn(self, a, b, c=True):
        pass

This faulty implementation is hard to see when calling the class method as:

a_obj = A()
a.fn(a_val, b_val, c=False)

Which will yield a TypeError: got multiple values for argument. Hopefully, the rest of the answers here are clear enough for anyone to be able to quickly understand and fix the error. If not, hope this answer helps you!

Create a GUID in Java

It depends what kind of UUID you want.

  • The standard Java UUID class generates Version 4 (random) UUIDs. (UPDATE - Version 3 (name) UUIDs can also be generated.) It can also handle other variants, though it cannot generate them. (In this case, "handle" means construct UUID instances from long, byte[] or String representations, and provide some appropriate accessors.)

  • The Java UUID Generator (JUG) implementation purports to support "all 3 'official' types of UUID as defined by RFC-4122" ... though the RFC actually defines 4 types and mentions a 5th type.

For more information on UUID types and variants, there is a good summary in Wikipedia, and the gory details are in RFC 4122 and the other specifications.

Adding headers when using httpClient.GetAsync

Sometimes, you only need this code.

 httpClient.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add("token", token);

SQLException: No suitable driver found for jdbc:derby://localhost:1527

Encountered the same problem. I was doing something like:

connect 'jdbc:derby://localhost:1527/~/databases/db1'

Replacing the path with the absolute path fixed this problem:

connect 'jdbc:derby://localhost:1527//Users/ayush99/databases/db1'.

In summary: Avoid using ~ or any such variables in the path of existing database.

Convert one date format into another in PHP

The easiest way to do this is

$myDateTime = DateTime::createFromFormat('Y-m-d', $dateString);
$newDateString = $myDateTime->format('m/d/Y');

You are first giving it the format $dateString is in. Then you are telling it the format you want $newDateString to be in.

This also avoids the use of strtotime, which can be hard to work with at times.

If you are not transforming from one date format to another, but just want the current date (or datetime) in a specific format then it's even easier:

$now = new DateTime();
$timestring = $now->format('Y-m-d h:i:s');

This other question also refers to the same topic: Convert date format yyyy-mm-dd => dd-mm-yyyy.

How to insert DECIMAL into MySQL database

MySql decimal types are a little bit more complicated than just left-of and right-of the decimal point.

The first argument is precision, which is the number of total digits. The second argument is scale which is the maximum number of digits to the right of the decimal point.

Thus, (4,2) can be anything from -99.99 to 99.99.

As for why you're getting 99.99 instead of the desired 3.80, the value you're inserting must be interpreted as larger than 99.99, so the max value is used. Maybe you could post the code that you are using to insert or update the table.

Edit

Corrected a misunderstanding of the usage of scale and precision, per http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/numeric-types.html.

JavaFX 2.1 TableView refresh items

Since JavaFX 8u60 you can use(assuming tableView is an instance of TableView class):

tableView.refresh();

From the documentation:

Calling refresh() forces the TableView control to recreate and repopulate the cells necessary to populate the visual bounds of the control. In other words, this forces the TableView to update what it is showing to the user. This is useful in cases where the underlying data source has changed in a way that is not observed by the TableView itself.

Should I use 'border: none' or 'border: 0'?

As others have said both are valid and will do the trick. I'm not 100% convinced that they are identical though. If you have some style cascading going on then they could in theory produce different results since they are effectively overriding different values.

For example. If you set "border: none;" and then later on have two different styles that override the border width and style then one will do something and the other will not.

In the following example on both IE and firefox the first two test divs come out with no border. The second two however are different with the first div in the second block being plain and the second div in the second block having a medium width dashed border.

So though they are both valid you may need to keep an eye on your styles if they do much cascading and such like I think.

<html>
<head>
<style>
div {border: 1px solid black; margin: 1em;}
.zerotest div {border: 0;}
.nonetest div {border: none;}

div.setwidth {border-width: 3px;}
div.setstyle {border-style: dashed;}

</style>
</head>
<body>

<div class="zerotest">
<div class="setwidth">
"Border: 0" and "border-width: 3px"
</div>
<div class="setstyle">
"Border: 0" and "border-style: dashed"
</div>
</div>

<div class="nonetest">
<div class="setwidth">
"Border: none" and "border-width: 3px"
</div>
<div class="setstyle">
"Border: none" and "border-style: dashed"
</div>
</div>

</body>
</html>

Can I pass an array as arguments to a method with variable arguments in Java?

Yes, a T... is only a syntactic sugar for a T[].

JLS 8.4.1 Format parameters

The last formal parameter in a list is special; it may be a variable arity parameter, indicated by an elipsis following the type.

If the last formal parameter is a variable arity parameter of type T, it is considered to define a formal parameter of type T[]. The method is then a variable arity method. Otherwise, it is a fixed arity method. Invocations of a variable arity method may contain more actual argument expressions than formal parameters. All the actual argument expressions that do not correspond to the formal parameters preceding the variable arity parameter will be evaluated and the results stored into an array that will be passed to the method invocation.

Here's an example to illustrate:

public static String ezFormat(Object... args) {
    String format = new String(new char[args.length])
        .replace("\0", "[ %s ]");
    return String.format(format, args);
}
public static void main(String... args) {
    System.out.println(ezFormat("A", "B", "C"));
    // prints "[ A ][ B ][ C ]"
}

And yes, the above main method is valid, because again, String... is just String[]. Also, because arrays are covariant, a String[] is an Object[], so you can also call ezFormat(args) either way.

See also


Varargs gotchas #1: passing null

How varargs are resolved is quite complicated, and sometimes it does things that may surprise you.

Consider this example:

static void count(Object... objs) {
    System.out.println(objs.length);
}

count(null, null, null); // prints "3"
count(null, null); // prints "2"
count(null); // throws java.lang.NullPointerException!!!

Due to how varargs are resolved, the last statement invokes with objs = null, which of course would cause NullPointerException with objs.length. If you want to give one null argument to a varargs parameter, you can do either of the following:

count(new Object[] { null }); // prints "1"
count((Object) null); // prints "1"

Related questions

The following is a sample of some of the questions people have asked when dealing with varargs:


Vararg gotchas #2: adding extra arguments

As you've found out, the following doesn't "work":

    String[] myArgs = { "A", "B", "C" };
    System.out.println(ezFormat(myArgs, "Z"));
    // prints "[ [Ljava.lang.String;@13c5982 ][ Z ]"

Because of the way varargs work, ezFormat actually gets 2 arguments, the first being a String[], the second being a String. If you're passing an array to varargs, and you want its elements to be recognized as individual arguments, and you also need to add an extra argument, then you have no choice but to create another array that accommodates the extra element.

Here are some useful helper methods:

static <T> T[] append(T[] arr, T lastElement) {
    final int N = arr.length;
    arr = java.util.Arrays.copyOf(arr, N+1);
    arr[N] = lastElement;
    return arr;
}
static <T> T[] prepend(T[] arr, T firstElement) {
    final int N = arr.length;
    arr = java.util.Arrays.copyOf(arr, N+1);
    System.arraycopy(arr, 0, arr, 1, N);
    arr[0] = firstElement;
    return arr;
}

Now you can do the following:

    String[] myArgs = { "A", "B", "C" };
    System.out.println(ezFormat(append(myArgs, "Z")));
    // prints "[ A ][ B ][ C ][ Z ]"

    System.out.println(ezFormat(prepend(myArgs, "Z")));
    // prints "[ Z ][ A ][ B ][ C ]"

Varargs gotchas #3: passing an array of primitives

It doesn't "work":

    int[] myNumbers = { 1, 2, 3 };
    System.out.println(ezFormat(myNumbers));
    // prints "[ [I@13c5982 ]"

Varargs only works with reference types. Autoboxing does not apply to array of primitives. The following works:

    Integer[] myNumbers = { 1, 2, 3 };
    System.out.println(ezFormat(myNumbers));
    // prints "[ 1 ][ 2 ][ 3 ]"

Using Chrome, how to find to which events are bound to an element

Using Chrome 15.0.865.0 dev. There's an "Event Listeners" section on the Elements panel:

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And an "Event Listeners Breakpoints" on the Scripts panel. Use a Mouse -> click breakpoint and then "step into next function call" while keeping an eye on the call stack to see what userland function handles the event. Ideally, you'd replace the minified version of jQuery with an unminified one so that you don't have to step in all the time, and use step over when possible.

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Which to use <div class="name"> or <div id="name">?

They do not do the same thing.id is used to target a specific element, classname can be used to target multiple elements.

Example:

<div id="mycolor1" class="mycolor2">     hello world </div>
<div class="mycolor2">     hello world2 </div>
<div class="mycolor2">     hello world3 </div>

Now, you can refer all the divs with classname mycolor2 at once using

.mycolor2{ color: red } //for example - in css

This would set all nodes with class mycolor2 to red.

However, if you want to set specifically mycolor1 to blue , you can target it specifically like this:

#mycolor1{ color: blue; }

Iterating through all nodes in XML file

To iterate through all elements

XDocument xdoc = XDocument.Load("input.xml");
foreach (XElement element in xdoc.Descendants())
{
    Console.WriteLine(element.Name);
}

How to insert image in mysql database(table)?

This is on mysql workbench -- give the image file path:

INSERT INTO XX_SAMPLE(id,image) VALUES(3,'/home/ganesan-pc/Documents/aios_database/confe.jpg');

Rotating a view in Android

@Ichorus's answer is correct for views, but if you want to draw rotated rectangles or text, you can do the following in your onDraw (or onDispatchDraw) callback for your view:

(note that theta is the angle from the x axis of the desired rotation, pivot is the Point that represents the point around which we want the rectangle to rotate, and horizontalRect is the rect's position "before" it was rotated)

canvas.save();
canvas.rotate(theta, pivot.x, pivot.y);
canvas.drawRect(horizontalRect, paint);
canvas.restore();

Cast Int to enum in Java

Wrote this implementation. It allows for missing values, negative values and keeps code consistent. The map is cached as well. Uses an interface and needs Java 8.

Enum

public enum Command implements OrdinalEnum{
    PRINT_FOO(-7),
    PRINT_BAR(6),
    PRINT_BAZ(4);

    private int val;
    private Command(int val){
        this.val = val;
    }

    public int getVal(){
        return val;
    }

    private static Map<Integer, Command> map = OrdinalEnum.getValues(Command.class);
    public static Command from(int i){
        return map.get(i);
    }
}

Interface

public interface OrdinalEnum{
    public int getVal();

    @SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
    static <E extends Enum<E>> Map<Integer, E> getValues(Class<E> clzz){
        Map<Integer, E> m = new HashMap<>();
        for(Enum<E> e : EnumSet.allOf(clzz))
            m.put(((OrdinalEnum)e).getVal(), (E)e);

        return m;
    }
}

Attach (open) mdf file database with SQL Server Management Studio

I had the same problem.

system configuration:-single system with window 7 sp1 server and client both are installed on same system

I was trying to access the window desktop. As some the answer say that your Sqlserver service don't have full access to the directory. This is totally right.

I solved this problem by doing a few simple steps

  1. Go to All Programs->microsoft sql server 2008 -> configuration tools and then select sql server configuration manager.
  2. Select the service and go to properties. In the build in Account dialog box select local system and then select ok button.

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Steps 3 and 4 in image are demo with accessing the folder

Create intermediate folders if one doesn't exist

Use this code spinet for create intermediate folders if one doesn't exist while creating/editing file:

File outFile = new File("/dir1/dir2/dir3/test.file");
outFile.getParentFile().mkdirs();
outFile.createNewFile();

Open Redis port for remote connections

Did you set the bind option to allow remote access on the redis server?

Before (file /etc/redis/redis.conf)

bind 127.0.0.1

After

bind 0.0.0.0

and run sudo service redis-server restart to restart the server. If that's not the problem, you might want to check any firewalls that might block the access.

Important: If you don't use a firewall (iptables, ufw..) to control who connects to the port in use, ANYONE can connect to this Redis instance. Without using Redis' AUTH that means anyone can access/change/delete your data. Be safe!

Setting the zoom level for a MKMapView

I know this is a late reply, but I've just wanted to address the issue of setting the zoom level myself. goldmine's answer is great but I found it not working sufficiently well in my application.

On closer inspection goldmine states that "longitude lines are spaced apart equally at any point of the map". This is not true, it is in fact latitude lines that are spaced equally from -90 (south pole) to +90 (north pole). Longitude lines are spaced at their widest at the equator, converging to a point at the poles.

The implementation I have adopted is therefore to use the latitude calculation as follows:

@implementation MKMapView (ZoomLevel)

- (void)setCenterCoordinate:(CLLocationCoordinate2D)coordinate
    zoomLevel:(NSUInteger)zoom animated:(BOOL)animated
{
    MKCoordinateSpan span = MKCoordinateSpanMake(180 / pow(2, zoom) * 
        self.frame.size.height / 256, 0);
    [self setRegion:MKCoordinateRegionMake(coordinate, span) animated:animated];
}

@end

Hope it helps at this late stage.

What are ODEX files in Android?

The blog article is mostly right, but not complete. To have a full understanding of what an odex file does, you have to understand a little about how application files (APK) work.

Applications are basically glorified ZIP archives. The java code is stored in a file called classes.dex and this file is parsed by the Dalvik JVM and a cache of the processed classes.dex file is stored in the phone's Dalvik cache.

An odex is basically a pre-processed version of an application's classes.dex that is execution-ready for Dalvik. When an application is odexed, the classes.dex is removed from the APK archive and it does not write anything to the Dalvik cache. An application that is not odexed ends up with 2 copies of the classes.dex file--the packaged one in the APK, and the processed one in the Dalvik cache. It also takes a little longer to launch the first time since Dalvik has to extract and process the classes.dex file.

If you are building a custom ROM, it's a really good idea to odex both your framework JAR files and the stock apps in order to maximize the internal storage space for user-installed apps. If you want to theme, then simply deodex -> apply your theme -> reodex -> release.

To actually deodex, use small and baksmali:

https://github.com/JesusFreke/smali/wiki/DeodexInstructions

How to find out the number of CPUs using python

If you're interested into the number of processors available to your current process, you have to check cpuset first. Otherwise (or if cpuset is not in use), multiprocessing.cpu_count() is the way to go in Python 2.6 and newer. The following method falls back to a couple of alternative methods in older versions of Python:

import os
import re
import subprocess


def available_cpu_count():
    """ Number of available virtual or physical CPUs on this system, i.e.
    user/real as output by time(1) when called with an optimally scaling
    userspace-only program"""

    # cpuset
    # cpuset may restrict the number of *available* processors
    try:
        m = re.search(r'(?m)^Cpus_allowed:\s*(.*)$',
                      open('/proc/self/status').read())
        if m:
            res = bin(int(m.group(1).replace(',', ''), 16)).count('1')
            if res > 0:
                return res
    except IOError:
        pass

    # Python 2.6+
    try:
        import multiprocessing
        return multiprocessing.cpu_count()
    except (ImportError, NotImplementedError):
        pass

    # https://github.com/giampaolo/psutil
    try:
        import psutil
        return psutil.cpu_count()   # psutil.NUM_CPUS on old versions
    except (ImportError, AttributeError):
        pass

    # POSIX
    try:
        res = int(os.sysconf('SC_NPROCESSORS_ONLN'))

        if res > 0:
            return res
    except (AttributeError, ValueError):
        pass

    # Windows
    try:
        res = int(os.environ['NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS'])

        if res > 0:
            return res
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        pass

    # jython
    try:
        from java.lang import Runtime
        runtime = Runtime.getRuntime()
        res = runtime.availableProcessors()
        if res > 0:
            return res
    except ImportError:
        pass

    # BSD
    try:
        sysctl = subprocess.Popen(['sysctl', '-n', 'hw.ncpu'],
                                  stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
        scStdout = sysctl.communicate()[0]
        res = int(scStdout)

        if res > 0:
            return res
    except (OSError, ValueError):
        pass

    # Linux
    try:
        res = open('/proc/cpuinfo').read().count('processor\t:')

        if res > 0:
            return res
    except IOError:
        pass

    # Solaris
    try:
        pseudoDevices = os.listdir('/devices/pseudo/')
        res = 0
        for pd in pseudoDevices:
            if re.match(r'^cpuid@[0-9]+$', pd):
                res += 1

        if res > 0:
            return res
    except OSError:
        pass

    # Other UNIXes (heuristic)
    try:
        try:
            dmesg = open('/var/run/dmesg.boot').read()
        except IOError:
            dmesgProcess = subprocess.Popen(['dmesg'], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
            dmesg = dmesgProcess.communicate()[0]

        res = 0
        while '\ncpu' + str(res) + ':' in dmesg:
            res += 1

        if res > 0:
            return res
    except OSError:
        pass

    raise Exception('Can not determine number of CPUs on this system')

Ways to circumvent the same-origin policy

The Reverse Proxy method

  • Method type: Ajax

Setting up a simple reverse proxy on the server, will allow the browser to use relative paths for the Ajax requests, while the server would be acting as a proxy to any remote location.

If using mod_proxy in Apache, the fundamental configuration directive to set up a reverse proxy is the ProxyPass. It is typically used as follows:

ProxyPass     /ajax/     http://other-domain.com/ajax/

In this case, the browser would be able to request /ajax/web_service.xml as a relative URL, but the server would serve this by acting as a proxy to http://other-domain.com/ajax/web_service.xml.

One interesting feature of the this method is that the reverse proxy can easily distribute requests towards multiple back-ends, thus acting as a load balancer.

How to efficiently calculate a running standard deviation?

Have a look at PDL (pronounced "piddle!").

This is the Perl Data Language which is designed for high precision mathematics and scientific computing.

Here is an example using your figures....

use strict;
use warnings;
use PDL;

my $figs = pdl [
    [0.01, 0.01, 0.02, 0.04, 0.03],
    [0.00, 0.02, 0.02, 0.03, 0.02],
    [0.01, 0.02, 0.02, 0.03, 0.02],
    [0.01, 0.00, 0.01, 0.05, 0.03],
];

my ( $mean, $prms, $median, $min, $max, $adev, $rms ) = statsover( $figs );

say "Mean scores:     ", $mean;
say "Std dev? (adev): ", $adev;
say "Std dev? (prms): ", $prms;
say "Std dev? (rms):  ", $rms;


Which produces:

Mean scores:     [0.022 0.018 0.02 0.02]
Std dev? (adev): [0.0104 0.0072 0.004 0.016]
Std dev? (prms): [0.013038405 0.010954451 0.0070710678 0.02]
Std dev? (rms):  [0.011661904 0.009797959 0.0063245553 0.017888544]


Have a look at PDL::Primitive for more information on the statsover function. This seems to suggest that ADEV is the "standard deviation".

However it maybe PRMS (which Sinan's Statistics::Descriptive example show) or RMS (which ars's NumPy example shows). I guess one of these three must be right ;-)

For more PDL information have a look at:

List of zeros in python

$ python3
>>> from itertools import repeat
>>> list(repeat(0, 7))
[0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0]

Java Programming: call an exe from Java and passing parameters

You're on the right track. The two constructors accept arguments, or you can specify them post-construction with ProcessBuilder#command(java.util.List) and ProcessBuilder#command(String...).

How to get exit code when using Python subprocess communicate method?

This worked for me. It also prints the output returned by the child process

child = subprocess.Popen(serial_script_cmd, shell=True, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
    retValRunJobsSerialScript = 0
    for line in child.stdout.readlines():
        child.wait()
        print line           
    retValRunJobsSerialScript= child.returncode

How can one print a size_t variable portably using the printf family?

if you want to print the value of a size_t as a string you can do this:

char text[] = "Lets go fishing in stead of sitting on our but !!";
size_t line = 2337200120702199116;

/* on windows I64x or I64d others %lld or %llx if it works %zd or %zx */
printf("number: %I64d\n",*(size_t*)&text);
printf("text: %s\n",*(char(*)[])&line);

result is:

number: 2337200120702199116

text: Lets go fishing in stead of sitting on our but !!

Edit: rereading the question because of the down votes i noted his problem is not %llu or %I64d but the size_t type on different machines see this question https://stackoverflow.com/a/918909/1755797
http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/cstdio/printf/

size_t is unsigned int on a 32bit machine and unsigned long long int on 64bit
but %ll always expects a unsigned long long int.

size_t varies in length on different operating systems while %llu is the same

How to correctly set the ORACLE_HOME variable on Ubuntu 9.x?

After installing weblogic and forms server on a Linux machine we met some problems initializing sqlplus and tnsping. We altered the bash_profile in a way that the forms_home acts as the oracle home. It works fine, both commands (sqlplus and tnsping) are executable for user oracle

# .bash_profile

# Get the aliases and functions
if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
    . ~/.bashrc
fi

# User specific environment and startup programs

PATH=$PATH:$HOME/bin

export JAVA_HOME=/mnt/software/java/jdk1.7.0_71
export ORACLE_HOME=/oracle/Middleware/Oracle_FRHome1
export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin:$ORACLE_HOME/bin
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/oracle/Middleware/Oracle_FRHome1/lib
export FORMS_PATH=$FORMS_PATH:/oracle/Middleware/Oracle_FRHome1/forms:/oracle/Middleware/asinst_1/FormsComponent/forms:/appl/myapp:/home/oracle/myapp

Refreshing Web Page By WebDriver When Waiting For Specific Condition

In Java or JavaScript:

driver.navigate().refresh();

This should refresh page.

What is the (best) way to manage permissions for Docker shared volumes?

UPDATE 2016-03-02: As of Docker 1.9.0, Docker has named volumes which replace data-only containers. The answer below, as well as my linked blog post, still has value in the sense of how to think about data inside docker but consider using named volumes to implement the pattern described below rather than data containers.


I believe the canonical way to solve this is by using data-only containers. With this approach, all access to the volume data is via containers that use -volumes-from the data container, so the host uid/gid doesn't matter.

For example, one use case given in the documentation is backing up a data volume. To do this another container is used to do the backup via tar, and it too uses -volumes-from in order to mount the volume. So I think the key point to grok is: rather than thinking about how to get access to the data on the host with the proper permissions, think about how to do whatever you need -- backups, browsing, etc. -- via another container. The containers themselves need to use consistent uid/gids, but they don't need to map to anything on the host, thereby remaining portable.

This is relatively new for me as well but if you have a particular use case feel free to comment and I'll try to expand on the answer.

UPDATE: For the given use case in the comments, you might have an image some/graphite to run graphite, and an image some/graphitedata as the data container. So, ignoring ports and such, the Dockerfile of image some/graphitedata is something like:

FROM debian:jessie
# add our user and group first to make sure their IDs get assigned consistently, regardless of other deps added later
RUN groupadd -r graphite \
  && useradd -r -g graphite graphite
RUN mkdir -p /data/graphite \
  && chown -R graphite:graphite /data/graphite
VOLUME /data/graphite
USER graphite
CMD ["echo", "Data container for graphite"]

Build and create the data container:

docker build -t some/graphitedata Dockerfile
docker run --name graphitedata some/graphitedata

The some/graphite Dockerfile should also get the same uid/gids, therefore it might look something like this:

FROM debian:jessie
# add our user and group first to make sure their IDs get assigned consistently, regardless of other deps added later
RUN groupadd -r graphite \
  && useradd -r -g graphite graphite
# ... graphite installation ...
VOLUME /data/graphite
USER graphite
CMD ["/bin/graphite"]

And it would be run as follows:

docker run --volumes-from=graphitedata some/graphite

Ok, now that gives us our graphite container and associated data-only container with the correct user/group (note you could re-use the some/graphite container for the data container as well, overriding the entrypoing/cmd when running it, but having them as separate images IMO is clearer).

Now, lets say you want to edit something in the data folder. So rather than bind mounting the volume to the host and editing it there, create a new container to do that job. Lets call it some/graphitetools. Lets also create the appropriate user/group, just like the some/graphite image.

FROM debian:jessie
# add our user and group first to make sure their IDs get assigned consistently, regardless of other deps added later
RUN groupadd -r graphite \
  && useradd -r -g graphite graphite
VOLUME /data/graphite
USER graphite
CMD ["/bin/bash"]

You could make this DRY by inheriting from some/graphite or some/graphitedata in the Dockerfile, or instead of creating a new image just re-use one of the existing ones (overriding entrypoint/cmd as necessary).

Now, you simply run:

docker run -ti --rm --volumes-from=graphitedata some/graphitetools

and then vi /data/graphite/whatever.txt. This works perfectly because all the containers have the same graphite user with matching uid/gid.

Since you never mount /data/graphite from the host, you don't care how the host uid/gid maps to the uid/gid defined inside the graphite and graphitetools containers. Those containers can now be deployed to any host, and they will continue to work perfectly.

The neat thing about this is that graphitetools could have all sorts of useful utilities and scripts, that you can now also deploy in a portable manner.

UPDATE 2: After writing this answer, I decided to write a more complete blog post about this approach. I hope it helps.

UPDATE 3: I corrected this answer and added more specifics. It previously contained some incorrect assumptions about ownership and perms -- the ownership is usually assigned at volume creation time i.e. in the data container, because that is when the volume is created. See this blog. This is not a requirement though -- you can just use the data container as a "reference/handle" and set the ownership/perms in another container via chown in an entrypoint, which ends with gosu to run the command as the correct user. If anyone is interested in this approach, please comment and I can provide links to a sample using this approach.

How to stop BackgroundWorker correctly

My answer is a bit different because I've tried these methods but they didn't work. My code uses an extra class that checks for a Boolean flag in a public static class as the database values are read or where I prefer it just before an object is added to a List object or something as such. See the change in the code below. I added the ThreadWatcher.StopThread property. for this explation I'm nog going to reinstate the current thread because it's not your issue but that's as easy as setting the property to false before accessing the next thread...

private void combobox2_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
 {
  //Stop the thread here with this
     ThreadWatcher.StopThread = true;//the rest of this thread will run normally after the database function has stopped.
     if (cmbDataSourceExtractor.IsBusy)
        cmbDataSourceExtractor.CancelAsync();

     while(cmbDataSourceExtractor.IsBusy)
        Application.DoEvents();

     var filledComboboxValues = new FilledComboboxValues{ V1 = combobox1.Text,
        V2 = combobox2.Text};
     cmbDataSourceExtractor.RunWorkerAsync(filledComboboxValues );
  }

all fine

private void cmbDataSourceExtractor_DoWork(object sender, DoWorkEventArgs e)
 {
      if (this.cmbDataSourceExtractor.CancellationPending)
      {
          e.Cancel = true;
          return;
      }
      // do stuff...
 }

Now add the following class

public static class ThreadWatcher
{
    public static bool StopThread { get; set; }
}

and in your class where you read the database

List<SomeObject>list = new List<SomeObject>();
...
if (!reader.IsDbNull(0))
    something = reader.getString(0);
someobject = new someobject(something);
if (ThreadWatcher.StopThread == true)
    break;
list.Add(something);
...

don't forget to use a finally block to properly close your database connection etc. Hope this helps! Please mark me up if you find it helpful.

How to "properly" create a custom object in JavaScript?

Closure is versatile. bobince has well summarized the prototype vs. closure approaches when creating objects. However you can mimic some aspects of OOP using closure in a functional programming way. Remember functions are objects in JavaScript; so use function as object in a different way.

Here is an example of closure:

function outer(outerArg) {
    return inner(innerArg) {
        return innerArg + outerArg; //the scope chain is composed of innerArg and outerArg from the outer context 
    }
}

A while ago I came across the Mozilla's article on Closure. Here is what jump at my eyes: "A closure lets you associate some data (the environment) with a function that operates on that data. This has obvious parallels to object oriented programming, where objects allow us to associate some data (the object's properties) with one or more methods". It was the very first time I read a parallelism between closure and classic OOP with no reference to prototype.

How?

Suppose you want to calculate the VAT of some items. The VAT is likely to stay stable during the lifetime of an application. One way to do it in OOP (pseudo code):

public class Calculator {
    public property VAT { get; private set; }
    public Calculator(int vat) {
        this.VAT = vat;
    }
    public int Calculate(int price) {
        return price * this.VAT;
    }
}

Basically you pass a VAT value into your constructor and your calculate method can operate upon it via closure. Now instead of using a class/constructor, pass your VAT as an argument into a function. Because the only stuff you are interested in is the calculation itself, returns a new function, which is the calculate method:

function calculator(vat) {
    return function(item) {
        return item * vat;
    }
}
var calculate = calculator(1.10);
var jsBook = 100; //100$
calculate(jsBook); //110

In your project identify top-level values that are good candidate of what VAT is for calculation. As a rule of thumb whenever you pass the same arguments on and on, there is a way to improve it using closure. No need to create traditional objects.

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Guide/Closures

Removing Conda environment

In my windows 10 Enterprise edition os this code works fine: (suppose for environment namely testenv)

conda env remove --name testenv

React onClick function fires on render

I had similar issue, my code was:

function RadioInput(props) {
    return (
    <div className="form-check form-check-inline">
        <input className="form-check-input" type="radio" name="inlineRadioOptions" id={props.id} onClick={props.onClick} value={props.label}></input>
        <label className="form-check-label" htmlFor={props.id}>{props.label}</label>
    </div>
    );
  }
class ScheduleType extends React.Component
{
    renderRadioInput(id,label)
    {
        id = "inlineRadio"+id;
        return(
            <RadioInput
                id = {id}
                label = {label}
                onClick = {this.props.onClick}
            />
        );

    }

Where it should be

onClick = {() => this.props.onClick()}

in RenderRadioInput

It fixed the issue for me.

Anyway to prevent the Blue highlighting of elements in Chrome when clicking quickly?

I'm running Chrome version 60 and none of the previous CSS answers worked.

I found that Chrome was adding the blue highlight via the outline style. Adding the following CSS fixed it for me:

:focus {
    outline: none !important;
}

In python, what is the difference between random.uniform() and random.random()?

random.random() gives you a random floating point number in the range [0.0, 1.0) (so including 0.0, but not including 1.0 which is also known as a semi-open range). random.uniform(a, b) gives you a random floating point number in the range [a, b], (where rounding may end up giving you b).

The implementation of random.uniform() uses random.random() directly:

def uniform(self, a, b):
    "Get a random number in the range [a, b) or [a, b] depending on rounding."
    return a + (b-a) * self.random()

random.uniform(0, 1) is basically the same thing as random.random() (as 1.0 times float value closest to 1.0 still will give you float value closest to 1.0 there is no possibility of a rounding error there).

How to draw vertical lines on a given plot in matplotlib

The standard way to add vertical lines that will cover your entire plot window without you having to specify their actual height is plt.axvline

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

plt.axvline(x=0.22058956)
plt.axvline(x=0.33088437)
plt.axvline(x=2.20589566)

OR

xcoords = [0.22058956, 0.33088437, 2.20589566]
for xc in xcoords:
    plt.axvline(x=xc)

You can use many of the keywords available for other plot commands (e.g. color, linestyle, linewidth ...). You can pass in keyword arguments ymin and ymax if you like in axes corrdinates (e.g. ymin=0.25, ymax=0.75 will cover the middle half of the plot). There are corresponding functions for horizontal lines (axhline) and rectangles (axvspan).

Can't bind to 'dataSource' since it isn't a known property of 'table'

For Angular 7

Check where is your table component located. In my case it was located like app/shared/tablecomponent where shared folder contains all sub components But I was importing material module in Ngmodules of app.module.ts which was incorrect. In this case Material module should be imported in Ngmodules of shared.module.ts And it works.

There is NO NEED to change 'table' to 'mat-table' in angular 7.

Angular7 - Can't bind to 'dataSource' since it isn't a known property of 'mat-table'

Debugging with command-line parameters in Visual Studio

Right click on the project in the Solution window of Visual Studio, select "Debugging" (on the left side), and enter the arguments into the field "Command Arguments":

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How to print all information from an HTTP request to the screen, in PHP

Nobody mentioned how to dump HTTP headers correctly under any circumstances.

From CGI specification rfc3875, section 4.1.18:

Meta-variables with names beginning with "HTTP_" contain values read from the client request header fields, if the protocol used is HTTP. The HTTP header field name is converted to upper case, has all occurrences of "-" replaced with "" and has "HTTP" prepended to give the meta-variable name.

foreach ($_SERVER as $key => $value) {
    if (strpos($key, 'HTTP_') === 0) {
        $chunks = explode('_', $key);
        $header = '';
        for ($i = 1; $y = sizeof($chunks) - 1, $i < $y; $i++) {
            $header .= ucfirst(strtolower($chunks[$i])).'-';
        }
        $header .= ucfirst(strtolower($chunks[$i])).': '.$value;
        echo $header.'<br>';
    }
}

Details: http://cmyker.blogspot.com/2012/10/how-to-dump-http-headers-with-php.html

Shadow Effect for a Text in Android?

Perhaps you'd consider using android:shadowColor, android:shadowDx, android:shadowDy, android:shadowRadius; alternatively setShadowLayer() ?

ng serve not detecting file changes automatically

Restarting the server worked for me.

Radio button checked event handling

$(document).on('change','.radio-button', function(){

    const radio = $(this);

    if (radio.is(':checked')) {
      console.log(radio)
    }

});

Implementing INotifyPropertyChanged - does a better way exist?

I keep this around as a snippet. C# 6 adds some nice syntax for invoking the handler.

// INotifyPropertyChanged

public event PropertyChangedEventHandler PropertyChanged;

private void Set<T>(ref T property, T value, [CallerMemberName] string propertyName = null)
{
    if (EqualityComparer<T>.Default.Equals(property, value) == false)
    {
        property = value;
        PropertyChanged?.Invoke(this, new PropertyChangedEventArgs(propertyName));
    }
}

Get Row Index on Asp.net Rowcommand event

protected void gvProductsList_RowCommand(object sender, GridViewCommandEventArgs e)
{
    try
    {
        if (e.CommandName == "Delete")
        {
            GridViewRow gvr = (GridViewRow)(((ImageButton)e.CommandSource).NamingContainer);
            int RemoveAt = gvr.RowIndex;
            DataTable dt = new DataTable();
            dt = (DataTable)ViewState["Products"];
            dt.Rows.RemoveAt(RemoveAt);
            dt.AcceptChanges();
            ViewState["Products"] = dt;
        }
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        throw;
    }
}
protected void gvProductsList_RowDeleting(object sender, GridViewDeleteEventArgs e)
{
    try
    {
        gvProductsList.DataSource = ViewState["Products"];
        gvProductsList.DataBind();
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {

    }
}

HTML5 Pre-resize images before uploading

Yes, use the File API, then you can process the images with the canvas element.

This Mozilla Hacks blog post walks you through most of the process. For reference here's the assembled source code from the blog post:

// from an input element
var filesToUpload = input.files;
var file = filesToUpload[0];

var img = document.createElement("img");
var reader = new FileReader();  
reader.onload = function(e) {img.src = e.target.result}
reader.readAsDataURL(file);

var ctx = canvas.getContext("2d");
ctx.drawImage(img, 0, 0);

var MAX_WIDTH = 800;
var MAX_HEIGHT = 600;
var width = img.width;
var height = img.height;

if (width > height) {
  if (width > MAX_WIDTH) {
    height *= MAX_WIDTH / width;
    width = MAX_WIDTH;
  }
} else {
  if (height > MAX_HEIGHT) {
    width *= MAX_HEIGHT / height;
    height = MAX_HEIGHT;
  }
}
canvas.width = width;
canvas.height = height;
var ctx = canvas.getContext("2d");
ctx.drawImage(img, 0, 0, width, height);

var dataurl = canvas.toDataURL("image/png");

//Post dataurl to the server with AJAX

How to insert data to MySQL having auto incremented primary key?

I see three possibilities here that will help you insert into your table without making a complete mess but "specifying" a value for the AUTO_INCREMENT column, since you are supplying all the values you can do either one of the following options.

First approach (Supplying NULL):

INSERT INTO test.authors VALUES (
 NULL,'1','67','0','0','1','10','0','1','2012-01-03 12:50:49','108929',
 '2012-01-03 12:50:59','198963','21','',
 '/usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_ping  5','30','0','4.04159',
 '0.102','1','PING WARNING -DUPLICATES FOUND! Packet loss = 0%, RTA = 2.86 ms',
 '','rta=2.860000m=0%;80;100;0'
);

Second approach (Supplying '' {Simple quotes / apostrophes} although it will give you a warning):

INSERT INTO test.authors VALUES (
 '','1','67','0','0','1','10','0','1','2012-01-03 12:50:49','108929',
 '2012-01-03 12:50:59','198963','21','',
 '/usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_ping  5','30','0','4.04159',
 '0.102','1','PING WARNING -DUPLICATES FOUND! Packet loss = 0%, RTA = 2.86 ms',
 '','rta=2.860000m=0%;80;100;0'
);

Third approach (Supplying default):

INSERT INTO test.authors VALUES (
 default,'1','67','0','0','1','10','0','1','2012-01-03 12:50:49','108929',
 '2012-01-03 12:50:59','198963','21','',
 '/usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_ping  5','30','0','4.04159',
 '0.102','1','PING WARNING -DUPLICATES FOUND! Packet loss = 0%, RTA = 2.86 ms',
 '','rta=2.860000m=0%;80;100;0'
);

Either one of these examples should suffice when inserting into that table as long as you include all the values in the same order as you defined them when creating the table.

PostgreSQL error 'Could not connect to server: No such file or directory'

Check there is no postmaster.pid in your postgres directory, probably /usr/local/var/postgres/

remove this and start server.

Check - https://github.com/mperham/lunchy is a great wrapper for launchctl.

How can I change a button's color on hover?

a.button a:hover means "a link that's being hovered over that is a child of a link with the class button".

Go instead for a.button:hover.

How to combine two byte arrays

You can do this by using Apace common lang package (org.apache.commons.lang.ArrayUtils class ). You need to do the following

byte[] concatBytes = ArrayUtils.addAll(one,two);

Set min-width either by content or 200px (whichever is greater) together with max-width

The problem is that flex: 1 sets flex-basis: 0. Instead, you need

.container .box {
  min-width: 200px;
  max-width: 400px;
  flex-basis: auto; /* default value */
  flex-grow: 1;
}

_x000D_
_x000D_
.container {_x000D_
  display: -webkit-flex;_x000D_
  display: flex;_x000D_
  -webkit-flex-wrap: wrap;_x000D_
  flex-wrap: wrap;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.container .box {_x000D_
  -webkit-flex-grow: 1;_x000D_
  flex-grow: 1;_x000D_
  min-width: 100px;_x000D_
  max-width: 400px;_x000D_
  height: 200px;_x000D_
  background-color: #fafa00;_x000D_
  overflow: hidden;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="container">_x000D_
  <div class="box">_x000D_
    <table>_x000D_
      <tr>_x000D_
        <td>Content</td>_x000D_
        <td>Content</td>_x000D_
        <td>Content</td>_x000D_
      </tr>_x000D_
    </table>    _x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="box">_x000D_
    <table>_x000D_
      <tr>_x000D_
        <td>Content</td>_x000D_
      </tr>_x000D_
    </table>    _x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
  <div class="box">_x000D_
    <table>_x000D_
      <tr>_x000D_
        <td>Content</td>_x000D_
        <td>Content</td>_x000D_
      </tr>_x000D_
    </table>    _x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Regex to check if valid URL that ends in .jpg, .png, or .gif

Here's the basic idea in Perl. Salt to taste.

#!/usr/bin/perl

use LWP::UserAgent;

my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new;

@ARGV = qw(http://www.example.com/logo.png);

my $response = $ua->head( $ARGV[0] );

my( $class, $type ) = split m|/|, lc $response->content_type;

print "It's an image!\n" if $class eq 'image';

If you need to inspect the URL, use a solid library for it rather than trying to handle all the odd situations yourself:

use URI;

my $uri = URI->new( $ARGV[0] );

my $last = ( $uri->path_segments )[-1];

my( $extension ) = $last =~ m/\.([^.]+)$/g;

print "My extension is $extension\n";

Good luck, :)

Failed to load ApplicationContext for JUnit test of Spring controller

As mentioned in duscusion: WEB-INF is not really a part of class path. If you use a common template such as maven, use src/main/resources or src/test/resources to place the app-context.xml into. Then you can use 'classpath:'.

Place your config file into src/main/resources/app-context.xml and use code

@RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
@ContextConfiguration(locations = "classpath:app-context.xml")
public class PersonControllerTest {
...
}

or you can make yout test context with different configuration of beans.

Place your config file into src/test/resources/test-app-context.xml and use code

@RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
@ContextConfiguration(locations = "classpath:test-app-context.xml")
public class PersonControllerTest {
...
}

milliseconds to time in javascript

Why not use the Date object like this?

let getTime = (milli) => {
  let time = new Date(milli);
  let hours = time.getUTCHours();
  let minutes = time.getUTCMinutes();
  let seconds = time.getUTCSeconds();
  let milliseconds = time.getUTCMilliseconds();
  return hours + ":" + minutes + ":" + seconds + ":" + milliseconds;
}

https://jsfiddle.net/4sdkpso7/6/

How do you determine what technology a website is built on?

URLs can give a lot of clues, especially with Content Management Systems.

For example "http://abcxyz.com/node/46" looks a lot like Drupal.

Also many frameworks have standard JavaScript and CSS files they use.

Angular 4 HttpClient Query Parameters

You can (in version 5+) use the fromObject and fromString constructor parameters when creating HttpParamaters to make things a bit easier

    const params = new HttpParams({
      fromObject: {
        param1: 'value1',
        param2: 'value2',
      }
    });

    // http://localhost:3000/test?param1=value1&param2=value2

or:

    const params = new HttpParams({
      fromString: `param1=${var1}&param2=${var2}`
    });

    //http://localhost:3000/test?paramvalue1=1&param2=value2

What is stdClass in PHP?

stdClass objects in use

The stdClass allows you to create anonymous classes and with object casting you can also access keys of an associative array in OOP style. Just like you would access the regular object property.

Example

class Example {

  private $options;

  public function __construct(Array $setup)
  {
    // casting Array to stdClass object
    $this->options = (object) $setup;

    // access stdClass object in oop style - here transform data in OOP style using some custom method or something...
    echo $this->options->{'name'}; // ->{'key'}
    echo $this->options->surname;  // ->key
  }

}

$ob1 = new Example(["name" => "John", "surname" => "Doe"]);

will echo

John Doe

Looping through a hash, or using an array in PowerShell

Here is another quick way, just using the key as an index into the hash table to get the value:

$hash = @{
    'a' = 1;
    'b' = 2;
    'c' = 3
};

foreach($key in $hash.keys) {
    Write-Host ("Key = " + $key + " and Value = " + $hash[$key]);
}

Oracle pl-sql escape character (for a " ' ")

Your question implies that you're building the INSERT statement up by concatenating strings together. I suggest that this is a poor choice as it leaves you open to SQL injection attacks if the strings are derived from user input. A better choice is to use parameter markers and to bind the values to the markers. If you search for Oracle parameter markers you'll probably find some information for your specific implementation technology (e.g. C# and ADO, Java and JDBC, Ruby and RubyDBI, etc).

Share and enjoy.

JavaScript: Get image dimensions

var img = new Image();

img.onload = function(){
  var height = img.height;
  var width = img.width;

  // code here to use the dimensions
}

img.src = url;

How to loop through an array containing objects and access their properties

Here's an example on how you can do it :)

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var students = [{_x000D_
    name: "Mike",_x000D_
    track: "track-a",_x000D_
    achievements: 23,_x000D_
    points: 400,_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  {_x000D_
    name: "james",_x000D_
    track: "track-a",_x000D_
    achievements: 2,_x000D_
    points: 21,_x000D_
  },_x000D_
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students.forEach(myFunction);_x000D_
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function myFunction(item, index) {_x000D_
  for (var key in item) {_x000D_
    console.log(item[key])_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
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ASP.NET MVC ActionLink and post method

This is taken from the MVC sample project

@if (ViewBag.ShowRemoveButton)
      {
         using (Html.BeginForm("RemoveLogin", "Manage"))
           {
              @Html.AntiForgeryToken()
                  <div>
                     @Html.Hidden("company_name", account)
                     @Html.Hidden("returnUrl", Model.returnUrl)
                     <input type="submit" class="btn btn-default" value="Remove" title="Remove your email address from @account" />
                  </div>
            }
        }

Retrieve data from website in android app

You can use jsoup to parse any kind of web page. Here you can find the jsoup library and full source code.

Here is an example: http://desicoding.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-parse-html-in-java-jsoup.html

To install in Eclipse:

  1. Right Click on project
  2. BuildPath
  3. Add External Archives
  4. select the .jar file

You can parse according to tag/parent/child very comfortably

Catching FULL exception message

You can add:

-ErrorVariable errvar

And then look in $errvar.

How to get the url parameters using AngularJS

While routing is indeed a good solution for application-level URL parsing, you may want to use the more low-level $location service, as injected in your own service or controller:

var paramValue = $location.search().myParam; 

This simple syntax will work for http://example.com/path?myParam=paramValue. However, only if you configured the $locationProvider in the HTML 5 mode before:

$locationProvider.html5Mode(true);

Otherwise have a look at the http://example.com/#!/path?myParam=someValue "Hashbang" syntax which is a bit more complicated, but have the benefit of working on old browsers (non-HTML 5 compatible) as well.

UILabel with text of two different colors

extension UILabel{

    func setSubTextColor(pSubString : String, pColor : UIColor){


        let attributedString: NSMutableAttributedString = self.attributedText != nil ? NSMutableAttributedString(attributedString: self.attributedText!) : NSMutableAttributedString(string: self.text!);


        let range = attributedString.mutableString.range(of: pSubString, options:NSString.CompareOptions.caseInsensitive)
        if range.location != NSNotFound {
            attributedString.addAttribute(NSForegroundColorAttributeName, value: pColor, range: range);
        }
        self.attributedText = attributedString

    }
}

Adding external library into Qt Creator project

Are you using qmake projects? If so, you can add an external library using the LIBS variable. E.g:

win32:LIBS += path/to/Psapi.lib

How does true/false work in PHP?

This is covered in the PHP documentation for booleans and type comparison tables.

When converting to boolean, the following values are considered FALSE:

  • the boolean FALSE itself
  • the integer 0 (zero)
  • the float 0.0 (zero)
  • the empty string, and the string '0'
  • an array with zero elements
  • an object with zero member variables (PHP 4 only)
  • the special type NULL (including unset variables)
  • SimpleXML objects created from empty tags

Every other value is considered TRUE.

if condition in sql server update query

Since you're using SQL 2008:

UPDATE
    table_Name

SET
    column_A  
     = CASE
        WHEN @flag = '1' THEN @new_value
        ELSE 0
    END + column_A,

    column_B  
     = CASE
        WHEN @flag = '0' THEN @new_value
        ELSE 0
    END + column_B 
WHERE
    ID = @ID

If you were using SQL 2012:

UPDATE
    table_Name
SET
    column_A  = column_A + IIF(@flag = '1', @new_value, 0),
    column_B  = column_B + IIF(@flag = '0', @new_value, 0)
WHERE
    ID = @ID

Javascript window.print() in chrome, closing new window or tab instead of cancelling print leaves javascript blocked in parent window

Chrome print is usually an extension page so there is no dom attachment happening in your existing page. You can trigger the print command using command line apis(window.print()) but then they have not provided apis for closing it becoz of vary reason like choosing print options, print machine,count etc.

Simple way to encode a string according to a password?

As you explicitly state that you want obscurity not security, we'll avoid reprimanding you for the weakness of what you suggest :)

So, using PyCrypto:

import base64
from Crypto.Cipher import AES

msg_text = b'test some plain text here'.rjust(32)
secret_key = b'1234567890123456'

cipher = AES.new(secret_key,AES.MODE_ECB) # never use ECB in strong systems obviously
encoded = base64.b64encode(cipher.encrypt(msg_text))
print(encoded)
decoded = cipher.decrypt(base64.b64decode(encoded))
print(decoded)

If someone gets a hold of your database and your code base, they will be able to decode the encrypted data. Keep your secret_key safe!

Extract every nth element of a vector

a <- 1:120
b <- a[seq(1, length(a), 6)]

File name without extension name VBA

Using the Split function seems more elegant than InStr and Left, in my opinion.

Private Sub CommandButton2_Click()


Dim ThisFileName As String
Dim BaseFileName As String

Dim FileNameArray() As String

ThisFileName = ThisWorkbook.Name
FileNameArray = Split(ThisFileName, ".")
BaseFileName = FileNameArray(0)

MsgBox "Base file name is " & BaseFileName

End Sub

Firestore Getting documents id from collection

Can get ID before add documents in database:

var idBefore =  this.afs.createId();
console.log(idBefore);

Unable to start Service Intent

1) check if service declaration in manifest is nested in application tag

<application>
    <service android:name="" />
</application>

2) check if your service.java is in the same package or diff package as the activity

<application>
    <!-- service.java exists in diff package -->
    <service android:name="com.package.helper.service" /> 
</application>
<application>
    <!-- service.java exists in same package -->
    <service android:name=".service" /> 
</application>

Set today's date as default date in jQuery UI datepicker

Just set minDate: 0

Here is my script:

$("#valid_from")
   .datepicker({
     minDate: 0,
     defaultDate: "+1w",
     changeMonth: true,
     numberOfMonths: 3
})

Get top n records for each group of grouped results

There is a really nice answer to this problem at MySQL - How To Get Top N Rows per Each Group

Based on the solution in the referenced link, your query would be like:

SELECT Person, Group, Age
   FROM
     (SELECT Person, Group, Age, 
                  @group_rank := IF(@group = Group, @group_rank + 1, 1) AS group_rank,
                  @current_group := Group 
       FROM `your_table`
       ORDER BY Group, Age DESC
     ) ranked
   WHERE group_rank <= `n`
   ORDER BY Group, Age DESC;

where n is the top n and your_table is the name of your table.

I think the explanation in the reference is really clear. For quick reference I will copy and paste it here:

Currently MySQL does not support ROW_NUMBER() function that can assign a sequence number within a group, but as a workaround we can use MySQL session variables.

These variables do not require declaration, and can be used in a query to do calculations and to store intermediate results.

@current_country := country This code is executed for each row and stores the value of country column to @current_country variable.

@country_rank := IF(@current_country = country, @country_rank + 1, 1) In this code, if @current_country is the same we increment rank, otherwise set it to 1. For the first row @current_country is NULL, so rank is also set to 1.

For correct ranking, we need to have ORDER BY country, population DESC

Codeigniter - no input file specified

Godaddy hosting it seems fixed on .htaccess, myself it is working

RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php/$1 [L]

to

RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?/$1 [QSA,L]

Get key by value in dictionary

I glimpsed all answers and none mentioned simply using list comprehension?

This Pythonic one-line solution can return all keys for any number of given values (tested in Python 3.9.1):

>>> dictionary = {'george' : 16, 'amber' : 19, 'frank': 19}
>>>
>>> age = 19
>>> name = [k for k in dictionary.keys() if dictionary[k] == age]; name
['george', 'frank']
>>>
>>> age = (16, 19)
>>> name = [k for k in dictionary.keys() if dictionary[k] in age]; name
['george', 'amber', 'frank']
>>>
>>> age = (22, 25)
>>> name = [k for k in dictionary.keys() if dictionary[k] in age]; name
[]

How to import JSON File into a TypeScript file?

In angular7, I simply used

let routesObject = require('./routes.json');

My routes.json file looks like this

{

    "routeEmployeeList":    "employee-list",
    "routeEmployeeDetail":      "employee/:id"
}

You access json items using

routesObject.routeEmployeeList