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open a url on click of ok button in android

String url = "https://www.murait.com/";
if (url.startsWith("https://") || url.startsWith("http://")) {
    Uri uri = Uri.parse(url);
    Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, uri);
    startActivity(intent);
}else{
    Toast.makeText(mContext, "Invalid Url", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
}

You have to check that the URL is valid or not. If URL is invalid application may crash so that you have to check URL is valid or not by this method.

Set color of TextView span in Android

Below works perfectly for me

    tvPrivacyPolicy = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.tvPrivacyPolicy);
    String originalText = (String)tvPrivacyPolicy.getText();
    int startPosition = 15;
    int endPosition = 31;

    SpannableString spannableStr = new SpannableString(originalText);
    UnderlineSpan underlineSpan = new UnderlineSpan();
    spannableStr.setSpan(underlineSpan, startPosition, endPosition, Spanned.SPAN_INCLUSIVE_EXCLUSIVE);

    ForegroundColorSpan backgroundColorSpan = new ForegroundColorSpan(Color.BLUE);
    spannableStr.setSpan(backgroundColorSpan, startPosition, endPosition, Spanned.SPAN_INCLUSIVE_EXCLUSIVE);

    StyleSpan styleSpanItalic  = new StyleSpan(Typeface.BOLD);

    spannableStr.setSpan(styleSpanItalic, startPosition, endPosition, Spanned.SPAN_INCLUSIVE_EXCLUSIVE);

    tvPrivacyPolicy.setText(spannableStr);

Output for above code

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PHP - Debugging Curl

To just get the info of a CURL request do this:

$response = curl_exec($ch);

$info = curl_getinfo($ch);
var_dump($info);

How can I create directories recursively?

os.makedirs is what you need. For chmod or chown you'll have to use os.walk and use it on every file/dir yourself.

Determine Whether Integer Is Between Two Other Integers?

There are two ways to compare three integers and check whether b is between a and c:

if a < b < c:
    pass

and

if a < b and b < c:
    pass

The first one looks like more readable, but the second one runs faster.

Let's compare using dis.dis:

>>> dis.dis('a < b and b < c')
  1           0 LOAD_NAME                0 (a)
              2 LOAD_NAME                1 (b)
              4 COMPARE_OP               0 (<)
              6 JUMP_IF_FALSE_OR_POP    14
              8 LOAD_NAME                1 (b)
             10 LOAD_NAME                2 (c)
             12 COMPARE_OP               0 (<)
        >>   14 RETURN_VALUE
>>> dis.dis('a < b < c')
  1           0 LOAD_NAME                0 (a)
              2 LOAD_NAME                1 (b)
              4 DUP_TOP
              6 ROT_THREE
              8 COMPARE_OP               0 (<)
             10 JUMP_IF_FALSE_OR_POP    18
             12 LOAD_NAME                2 (c)
             14 COMPARE_OP               0 (<)
             16 RETURN_VALUE
        >>   18 ROT_TWO
             20 POP_TOP
             22 RETURN_VALUE
>>>

and using timeit:

~$ python3 -m timeit "1 < 2 and 2 < 3"
10000000 loops, best of 3: 0.0366 usec per loop

~$ python3 -m timeit "1 < 2 < 3"
10000000 loops, best of 3: 0.0396 usec per loop

also, you may use range, as suggested before, however it is much more slower.

Margin while printing html page

If you know the target paper size, you can place your content in a DIV with that specific size and add a margin to that DIV to simulate the print margin. Unfortunately, I don't believe you have extra control over the print functionality apart from just show the print dialog box.

Base64 Decoding in iOS 7+

Swift 3+

let plainString = "foo"

Encoding

let plainData = plainString.data(using: .utf8)
let base64String = plainData?.base64EncodedString()
print(base64String!) // Zm9v

Decoding

if let decodedData = Data(base64Encoded: base64String!),
   let decodedString = String(data: decodedData, encoding: .utf8) {
  print(decodedString) // foo
}

Swift < 3

let plainString = "foo"

Encoding

let plainData = plainString.dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)
let base64String = plainData?.base64EncodedStringWithOptions(NSDataBase64EncodingOptions(rawValue: 0))
print(base64String!) // Zm9v

Decoding

let decodedData = NSData(base64EncodedString: base64String!, options: NSDataBase64DecodingOptions(rawValue: 0))
let decodedString = NSString(data: decodedData, encoding: NSUTF8StringEncoding)
print(decodedString) // foo

Objective-C

NSString *plainString = @"foo";

Encoding

NSData *plainData = [plainString dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
NSString *base64String = [plainData base64EncodedStringWithOptions:0];
NSLog(@"%@", base64String); // Zm9v

Decoding

NSData *decodedData = [[NSData alloc] initWithBase64EncodedString:base64String options:0];
NSString *decodedString = [[NSString alloc] initWithData:decodedData encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
NSLog(@"%@", decodedString); // foo 

How to add row in JTable?

Use:

DefaultTableModel model = new DefaultTableModel(); 
JTable table = new JTable(model); 

// Create a couple of columns 
model.addColumn("Col1"); 
model.addColumn("Col2"); 

// Append a row 
model.addRow(new Object[]{"v1", "v2"});

Proxies with Python 'Requests' module

I share some code how to fetch proxies from the site "https://free-proxy-list.net" and store data to a file compatible with tools like "Elite Proxy Switcher"(format IP:PORT):

##PROXY_UPDATER - get free proxies from https://free-proxy-list.net/

from lxml.html import fromstring
import requests
from itertools import cycle
import traceback
import re

######################FIND PROXIES#########################################
def get_proxies():
    url = 'https://free-proxy-list.net/'
    response = requests.get(url)
    parser = fromstring(response.text)
    proxies = set()
    for i in parser.xpath('//tbody/tr')[:299]:   #299 proxies max
        proxy = ":".join([i.xpath('.//td[1]/text()') 
        [0],i.xpath('.//td[2]/text()')[0]])
        proxies.add(proxy)
    return proxies



######################write to file in format   IP:PORT######################
try:
    proxies = get_proxies()
    f=open('proxy_list.txt','w')
    for proxy in proxies:
        f.write(proxy+'\n')
    f.close()
    print ("DONE")
except:
    print ("MAJOR ERROR")

Why is JavaFX is not included in OpenJDK 8 on Ubuntu Wily (15.10)?

I use ubuntu 16.04 and because I already had openJDK installed, this command have solved the problem. Don't forget that JavaFX is part of OpenJDK.

sudo apt-get install openjfx

Find an item in List by LINQ?

There's a few ways (note this is not a complete list).

1) Single will return a single result, but will throw an exception if it finds none or more than one (which may or may not be what you want):

string search = "lookforme";
List<string> myList = new List<string>();
string result = myList.Single(s => s == search);

Note SingleOrDefault() will behave the same, except it will return null for reference types, or the default value for value types, instead of throwing an exception.

2) Where will return all items which match your criteria, so you may get an IEnumerable with one element:

IEnumerable<string> results = myList.Where(s => s == search);

3) First will return the first item which matches your criteria:

string result = myList.First(s => s == search);

Note FirstOrDefault() will behave the same, except it will return null for reference types, or the default value for value types, instead of throwing an exception.

Count number of files within a directory in Linux?

this is one:

ls -l . | egrep -c '^-'

Note:

ls -1 | wc -l

Which means: ls: list files in dir

-1: (that's a ONE) only one entry per line. Change it to -1a if you want hidden files too

|: pipe output onto...

wc: "wordcount"

-l: count lines.

"Untrusted App Developer" message when installing enterprise iOS Application

For iOS 13.6

Go to settings -> General -> Device Management -> Click on Trust « Apple Development » -> Click on the red trust button and you’re all set! Enjoy

java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.eclipse.core.runtime.adaptor.EclipseStarter

my case seems to be invalid JRE version.

1.7+ required while I launched with 1.6

plus: I filtered some plugin jars which might be required. so changed to select all

Hover and Active only when not disabled

You can use :enabled pseudo-class, but notice IE<9 does not support it:

button:hover:enabled{
    /*your styles*/
}
button:active:enabled{
    /*your styles*/
}

Return multiple values in JavaScript?

Another worth to mention newly introduced (ES6) syntax is use of object creation shorthand in addition to destructing assignment.

function fun1() {
  var x = 'a';
  var y = 'b';
  return { x, y, z: 'c' };
  // literally means { x: x, y: y, z: 'c' };
}

var { z, x, y } = fun1(); // order or full presence is not really important
// literally means var r = fun1(), x = r.x, y = r.y, z = r.z;
console.log(x, y, z);

This syntax can be polyfilled with babel or other js polyfiller for older browsers but fortunately now works natively with the recent versions of Chrome and Firefox.

But as making a new object, memory allocation (and eventual gc load) are involved here, don't expect much performance from it. JavaScript is not best language for developing highly optimal things anyways but if that is needed, you can consider putting your result on surrounding object or such techniques which are usually common performance tricks between JavaScript, Java and other languages.

Test process.env with Jest

Another option is to add it to the jest.config.js file after the module.exports definition:

process.env = Object.assign(process.env, {
  VAR_NAME: 'varValue',
  VAR_NAME_2: 'varValue2'
});

This way it's not necessary to define the environment variables in each .spec file and they can be adjusted globally.

DIV table colspan: how?

I've achieved this by separating them in different , e.g.:

<div class="table">
  <div class="row">
    <div class="col">TD</div>
    <div class="col">TD</div>
    <div class="col">TD</div>
    <div class="col">TD</div>
    <div class="col">TD</div>
  </div>
</div>
<div class="table">
  <div class="row">
    <div class="col">TD</div>
  </div>
</div>

or you can define different classes for each tables

<div class="table2">
  <div class="row2">
    <div class="col2">TD</div>
  </div>
</div>

From the user point of view they behave identically.

Granted it doesn't solve all colspan/rowspan problems but it does answer my need of the time.

How can I rename a field for all documents in MongoDB?

please try db.collectionName.update({}, { $rename : { 'name.additional' : 'name.last' } }, { multi: true } )

and read this :) http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/operator/rename/#_S_rename

Making a Bootstrap table column fit to content

This solution is not good every time. But i have only two columns and I want second column to take all the remaining space. This worked for me

 <tr>
    <td class="text-nowrap">A</td>
    <td class="w-100">B</td>
 </tr>

Save attachments to a folder and rename them

I actually had solved this not long after posting but failed to post my solution. I honestly don't remember it. But, I had to re-visit the task when I was given a new project that faced the same challenge.

I used the ReceivedTime property of Outlook.MailItem to get the time-stamp, I was able to use this as a unique identifier for each file so they do not override one another.

Public Sub saveAttachtoDisk(itm As Outlook.MailItem)
    Dim objAtt As Outlook.Attachment
    Dim saveFolder As String
        saveFolder = "C:\PathToDirectory\"
    Dim dateFormat As String
        dateFormat = Format(itm.ReceivedTime, "yyyy-mm-dd Hmm ")
    For Each objAtt In itm.Attachments
        objAtt.SaveAsFile saveFolder & "\" & dateFormat & objAtt.DisplayName
    Next
End Sub

Thanks a ton for the other solutions, many of them go above an beyond :)

Writelines writes lines without newline, Just fills the file

writelines() does not add line separators. You can alter the list of strings by using map() to add a new \n (line break) at the end of each string.

items = ['abc', '123', '!@#']
items = map(lambda x: x + '\n', items)
w.writelines(items)

WPF popup window

You need to create a new Window class. You can design that then any way you want. You can create and show a window modally like this:

MyWindow popup = new MyWindow();
popup.ShowDialog();

You can add a custom property for your result value, or if you only have two possible results ( + possibly undeterminate, which would be null), you can set the window's DialogResult property before closing it and then check for it (it is the value returned by ShowDialog()).

Bootstrap 3 Horizontal Divider (not in a dropdown)

Yes there is, you can simply put <hr> in your code where you want it, I already use it in one of my admin panel side bar.

How to escape double quotes in a title attribute

It may work with any character from the HTML Escape character list, but I had the same problem with a Java project. I used StringEscapeUtils.escapeHTML("Testing \" <br> <p>") and the title was <a href=".." title="Test&quot; &lt;br&gt; &lt;p&gt;">Testing</a>.

It only worked for me when I changed the StringEscapeUtils to StringEscapeUtils.escapeJavascript("Testing \" <br> <p>") and it worked in every browser.

Bundling data files with PyInstaller (--onefile)

For those of whom are still looking for a more recent answer, here you go:

In the documentation, there's a section on accessing added data files.
Here is the short and sweet of it.


You'll want to import pkgutil and locate which folder you added the datafile to; i.e. the second string in the tuple which was added to the spec file:

datas = [("path/to/mypackage/data_file.txt", "path/to/mypackage")]

Knowing where you added the data file can then be used for reading it in as binary data, and decoding it as you wish. Take this example:

File structure:

mypackage
      __init__.py  # This is a MUST in order for the package to be registered
      data_file.txt  # The data file you've added

data_file.txt

Hello world!

main.py

import pkgutil

file = pkgutil.get_data("mypackage", "data_file.txt")
contents = file.decode("utf-8")
print(contents)  # Hello world!

References:

Maintaining Session through Angular.js

Typically for a use case which involves a sequence of pages and in the final stage or page we post the data to the server. In this scenario we need to maintain the state. In the below snippet we maintain the state on the client side

As mentioned in the above post. The session is created using the factory recipe.

Client side session can be maintained using the value provider recipe as well.

Please refer to my post for the complete details. session-tracking-in-angularjs

Let's take an example of a shopping cart which we need to maintain across various pages / angularjs controller.

In typical shopping cart we buy products on various product / category pages and keep updating the cart. Here are the steps.

Here we create the custom injectable service having a cart inside using the "value provider recipe".

'use strict';
function Cart() {
    return {
        'cartId': '',
        'cartItem': []
    };
}
// custom service maintains the cart along with its behavior to clear itself , create new , delete Item or update cart 

app.value('sessionService', {
    cart: new Cart(),
    clear: function () {
        this.cart = new Cart();
        // mechanism to create the cart id 
        this.cart.cartId = 1;
    },
    save: function (session) {
        this.cart = session.cart;
    },
    updateCart: function (productId, productQty) {
        this.cart.cartItem.push({
            'productId': productId,
            'productQty': productQty
        });
    },
    //deleteItem and other cart operations function goes here...
});

How to iterate through a list of dictionaries in Jinja template?

Just a side note for similar problem (If we don't want to loop through):

How to lookup a dictionary using a variable key within Jinja template?

Here is an example:

{% set key = target_db.Schema.upper()+"__"+target_db.TableName.upper() %}
{{ dict_containing_df.get(key).to_html() | safe }}

It might be obvious. But we don't need curly braces within curly braces. Straight python syntax works. (I am posting because I was confusing to me...)

Alternatively, you can simply do

{{dict[target_db.Schema.upper()+"__"+target_db.TableName.upper()]).to_html() | safe }}

But it will spit an error when no key is found. So better to use get in Jinja.

How to change href of <a> tag on button click through javascript

Exactly what Nick Carver did there but I think it would be best if used the DOM setAttribute method.

<script type="text/javascript">
   document.getElementById("myLink").onclick = function() {
   var link = document.getElementById("abc");
   link.setAttribute("href", "xyz.php");
   return false;
   }
</script>

It's one extra line of code but find it better structure-wise.

Unable to Connect to GitHub.com For Cloning

You can try to clone using the HTTPS protocol. Terminal command:

git clone https://github.com/RestKit/RestKit.git

concatenate two strings

You can use concatenation operator and instead of declaring two variables only use one variable

String finalString =  cursor.getString(numcol) + cursor.getString(cursor.getColumnIndexOrThrow(db.KEY_DESTINATIE));

Reverting single file in SVN to a particular revision

For a single file, you could do:

svn export -r <REV> svn://host/path/to/file/on/repos file.ext

You could do svn revert <file> but that will only restore the last working copy.

Why I got " cannot be resolved to a type" error?

You probably missed package declaration

package my.demo.service;
public class CarService {
  ...
}

Reference - What does this regex mean?

The Stack Overflow Regular Expressions FAQ

See also a lot of general hints and useful links at the tag details page.


Online tutorials

Quantifiers

Character Classes

Escape Sequences

Anchors

(Also see "Flavor-Specific Information ? Java ? The functions in Matcher")

Groups

Lookarounds

Modifiers

Other:

Common Tasks

Advanced Regex-Fu

Flavor-Specific Information

(Except for those marked with *, this section contains non-Stack Overflow links.)

General information

(Links marked with * are non-Stack Overflow links.)

Examples of regex that can cause regex engine to fail

Tools: Testers and Explainers

(This section contains non-Stack Overflow links.)

What does HTTP/1.1 302 mean exactly?

A simple way of looking at HTTP 301 vs. 302 redirects is:

Suppose you have a bookmark to "http://sample.com/sample". You use a browser to go there.

A 302 redirect to a different URL at this point would mean that you should keep your bookmark to "http://sample.com/sample". This is because the destination URL may change in the future.

A 301 redirect to a different URL would mean that your bookmark should change to point to the new URL as it is a permanent redirect.

How to update/refresh specific item in RecyclerView

I think I have an Idea on how to deal with this. Updating is the same as deleting and replacing at the exact position. So I first remove the item from that position using the code below:

public void removeItem(int position){
    mData.remove(position);
    notifyItemRemoved(position);
    notifyItemRangeChanged(position, mData.size());
}

and then I would add the item at that particular position as shown below:

public void addItem(int position, Landscape landscape){
    mData.add(position, landscape);
    notifyItemInserted(position);
    notifyItemRangeChanged(position, mData.size());
}

I'm trying to implement this now. I would give you a feedback when I'm through!

Difference between angle bracket < > and double quotes " " while including header files in C++?

When you use angle brackets, the compiler searches for the file in the include path list. When you use double quotes, it first searches the current directory (i.e. the directory where the module being compiled is) and only then it'll search the include path list.

So, by convention, you use the angle brackets for standard includes and the double quotes for everything else. This ensures that in the (not recommended) case in which you have a local header with the same name as a standard header, the right one will be chosen in each case.

Using DataContractSerializer to serialize, but can't deserialize back

Here is how I've always done it:

    public static string Serialize(object obj) {
        using(MemoryStream memoryStream = new MemoryStream())
        using(StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(memoryStream)) {
            DataContractSerializer serializer = new DataContractSerializer(obj.GetType());
            serializer.WriteObject(memoryStream, obj);
            memoryStream.Position = 0;
            return reader.ReadToEnd();
        }
    }

    public static object Deserialize(string xml, Type toType) {
        using(Stream stream = new MemoryStream()) {
            byte[] data = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(xml);
            stream.Write(data, 0, data.Length);
            stream.Position = 0;
            DataContractSerializer deserializer = new DataContractSerializer(toType);
            return deserializer.ReadObject(stream);
        }
    }

The easiest way to transform collection to array?

Alternative solution to the updated question using Java 8:

Bar[] result = foos.stream()
    .map(x -> new Bar(x))
    .toArray(size -> new Bar[size]);

Best way to unselect a <select> in jQuery?

Set a id in your select, like:
<select id="foo" size="2">

Then you can use:
$("#foo").prop("selectedIndex", 0).change();

Convert string to binary then back again using PHP

I would most definitely recommend using the built in standard password libraries that come with PHP - Here is a good example on how to use them.


For those coming here to figure out how to go from Binary Strings to Decimals and back, there are some good examples below.

For converting binary "strings" to decimals/chars you can do something like this...

echo bindec("00000001") . "\n";
echo bindec("00000010") . "\n";
echo bindec("00000100") . "\n";
echo bindec("00001000") . "\n";
echo bindec("00010000") . "\n";
echo bindec("00100000") . "\n";
echo bindec("01000000") . "\n";
echo bindec("10000000") . "\n";
echo bindec("01000001") . "\n";

# big binary string
echo bindec("111010110111011110000110001")."\n";

The above outputs:

1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
65
123452465

For converting decimals to char/strings you can do this:

# convert to binary strings "00000001"
echo decbin(1) . "\n";
echo decbin(2) . "\n";
echo decbin(4) . "\n";
echo decbin(8) . "\n";
echo decbin(16) . "\n";
echo decbin(32) . "\n";
echo decbin(64) . "\n";
echo decbin(128) . "\n";

# convert a ascii character
echo str_pad(decbin(65), 8, 0, STR_PAD_LEFT) ."\n";

# convert a 'char'
echo str_pad(decbin(ord('A')), 8, 0, STR_PAD_LEFT) ."\n";

# big number...
echo str_pad(decbin(65535), 8, 0, STR_PAD_LEFT) ."\n";
echo str_pad(decbin(123452465), 8, 0, STR_PAD_LEFT) ."\n";

The above outputs:

1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
1000000
10000000
01000001
01000001
1111111111111111
111010110111011110000110001

How to Select Min and Max date values in Linq Query

If you are looking for the oldest date (minimum value), you'd sort and then take the first item returned. Sorry for the C#:

var min = myData.OrderBy( cv => cv.Date1 ).First();

The above will return the entire object. If you just want the date returned:

var min = myData.Min( cv => cv.Date1 );

Regarding which direction to go, re: Linq to Sql vs Linq to Entities, there really isn't much choice these days. Linq to Sql is no longer being developed; Linq to Entities (Entity Framework) is the recommended path by Microsoft these days.

From Microsoft Entity Framework 4 in Action (MEAP release) by Manning Press:

What about the future of LINQ to SQL?

It's not a secret that LINQ to SQL is included in the Framework 4.0 for compatibility reasons. Microsoft has clearly stated that Entity Framework is the recommended technology for data access. In the future it will be strongly improved and tightly integrated with other technologies while LINQ to SQL will only be maintained and little evolved.

How to create tar.gz archive file in Windows?

tar.gz file is just a tar file that's been gzipped. Both tar and gzip are available for windows.

If you like GUIs (Graphical user interface), 7zip can pack with both tar and gzip.

TypeError: list indices must be integers or slices, not str

I had same error and the mistake was that I had added list and dictionary into the same list (object) and when I used to iterate over the list of dictionaries and use to hit a list (type) object then I used to get this error.

Its was a code error and made sure that I only added dictionary objects to that list and list typed object into the list, this solved my issue as well.

PHP - count specific array values

try the array_count_values() function

<?php
$array = array(1, "hello", 1, "world", "hello");
print_r(array_count_values($array));
?>

output:

Array
(
    [1] => 2
    [hello] => 2
    [world] => 1
)

http://php.net/manual/en/function.array-count-values.php

jQuery get mouse position within an element

Here is one that also gives you percent position of the point in case you need it. https://jsfiddle.net/Themezly/2etbhw01/

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function ThzhotspotPosition(evt, el, hotspotsize, percent) {_x000D_
  var left = el.offset().left;_x000D_
  var top = el.offset().top;_x000D_
  var hotspot = hotspotsize ? hotspotsize : 0;_x000D_
  if (percent) {_x000D_
    x = (evt.pageX - left - (hotspot / 2)) / el.outerWidth() * 100 + '%';_x000D_
    y = (evt.pageY - top - (hotspot / 2)) / el.outerHeight() * 100 + '%';_x000D_
  } else {_x000D_
    x = (evt.pageX - left - (hotspot / 2));_x000D_
    y = (evt.pageY - top - (hotspot / 2));_x000D_
  }_x000D_
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  return {_x000D_
    x: x,_x000D_
    y: y_x000D_
  };_x000D_
}_x000D_
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$(function() {_x000D_
_x000D_
  $('.box').click(function(e) {_x000D_
_x000D_
    var hp = ThzhotspotPosition(e, $(this), 20, true); // true = percent | false or no attr = px_x000D_
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    var hotspot = $('<div class="hotspot">').css({_x000D_
      left: hp.x,_x000D_
      top: hp.y,_x000D_
    });_x000D_
    $(this).append(hotspot);_x000D_
    $("span").text("X: " + hp.x + ", Y: " + hp.y);_x000D_
  });_x000D_
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});
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.box {_x000D_
  width: 400px;_x000D_
  height: 400px;_x000D_
  background: #efefef;_x000D_
  margin: 20px;_x000D_
  padding: 20px;_x000D_
  position: relative;_x000D_
  top: 20px;_x000D_
  left: 20px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.hotspot {_x000D_
  position: absolute;_x000D_
  left: 0;_x000D_
  top: 0;_x000D_
  height: 20px;_x000D_
  width: 20px;_x000D_
  background: green;_x000D_
  border-radius: 20px;_x000D_
}
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div class="box">_x000D_
  <p>Hotspot position is at: <span></span></p>_x000D_
</div>
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How can I edit javascript in my browser like I can use Firebug to edit CSS/HTML?

I would still recommend Firebug. Not only it can debug JS within your JSP files, it can enhance debugging experience with addons like JS Deminifier (if your production JS is minified), FireQuery, FireRainbow and more.

There is also Firebug lite which is nothing but a bookmarklet. It lets you do limited things but still is useful.

Chrome as a developer console built-in that would let you modify javascript.

Using these tools, you should be able to inject your own JS too.

How to move an element down a litte bit in html

<style>
.row-2 UL LI A
{
  margin-top: 10px;  /* or whatever amount you need it to move down */
}
</style>

$ is not a function - jQuery error

There are two possible reasons for that error:

  1. your jquery script file referencing is not valid
  2. try to put your jquery code in document.ready, like this:

    $(document).ready(function(){

    ....your code....

    });

cheers

How can I listen for keypress event on the whole page?

I would use @HostListener decorator within your component:

import { HostListener } from '@angular/core';

@Component({
  ...
})
export class AppComponent {

  @HostListener('document:keypress', ['$event'])
  handleKeyboardEvent(event: KeyboardEvent) { 
    this.key = event.key;
  }
}

There are also other options like:

host property within @Component decorator

Angular recommends using @HostListener decorator over host property https://angular.io/guide/styleguide#style-06-03

@Component({
  ...
  host: {
    '(document:keypress)': 'handleKeyboardEvent($event)'
  }
})
export class AppComponent {
  handleKeyboardEvent(event: KeyboardEvent) {
    console.log(event);
  }
}

renderer.listen

import { Component, Renderer2 } from '@angular/core';

@Component({
  ...
})
export class AppComponent {
  globalListenFunc: Function;

  constructor(private renderer: Renderer2) {}

  ngOnInit() {
    this.globalListenFunc = this.renderer.listen('document', 'keypress', e => {
      console.log(e);
    });
  }

  ngOnDestroy() {
    // remove listener
    this.globalListenFunc();
  }
}

Observable.fromEvent

import { Observable } from 'rxjs/Observable';
import 'rxjs/add/observable/fromEvent';
import { Subscription } from 'rxjs/Subscription';

@Component({
  ...
})
export class AppComponent {
  subscription: Subscription;

  ngOnInit() {
    this.subscription = Observable.fromEvent(document, 'keypress').subscribe(e => {
      console.log(e);
    })
  }

  ngOnDestroy() {
    this.subscription.unsubscribe();
  }
}

CMake does not find Visual C++ compiler

Look in the Cmakelists.txt if you find ARM you need to install C++ for ARM and as well vcvarsall.bat use for ARM bin folder.

It's these packages:

C++ Universal Windows Platform for ARM64 "Not Required"

Visual C++ Compilers and libraries for ARM "Not Required"

Visual C++ Compilers and libraries for ARM64 "Very Likely Required"

Required for finding Threads on ARM 
enable_language(C) 
enable_language(CXX)

Then the problems might disappear:

No CMAKE_C_COMPILER could be found.

No CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER could be found.

If above does not resolve your problem?

Optionally you can remove the options C and CXX in cmakelists.txt by setting # infront of where the enable_language(C) is. And avoid Android ARM processor compilation.

Best way to do Version Control for MS Excel

You might have tried using Microsoft's Excel XML in zip container (.xlsx and .xslm) for version control and found the vba was stored in vbaProject.bin (which is useless for version control).

The solution is simple.

  1. Open the excel file with LibreOffice Calc
  2. In LibreOffice Calc
    1. File
    2. Save as
    3. Save as type: ODF Spreadsheet (.ods)
  3. Close LibreOffice Calc
  4. rename the new file's file extension from .ods to .zip
  5. create a folder for the spreadsheet in a GIT maintained area
  6. extract the zip into it's GIT folder
  7. commit to GIT

When you repeat this with the next version of the spreadsheet you'll have to make sure you make the folder's files exactly match those in the zip container (and don't leave any deleted files behind).

How do you rotate a two dimensional array?

Here is the Java version:

public static void rightRotate(int[][] matrix, int n) {
    for (int layer = 0; layer < n / 2; layer++) {
        int first = layer;
        int last = n - 1 - first;
        for (int i = first; i < last; i++) {
           int offset = i - first;
           int temp = matrix[first][i];
           matrix[first][i] = matrix[last-offset][first];
           matrix[last-offset][first] = matrix[last][last-offset];
           matrix[last][last-offset] = matrix[i][last];
           matrix[i][last] = temp;
        }
    }
}

the method first rotate the mostouter layer, then move to the inner layer squentially.

jQuery equivalent to Prototype array.last()

I use this:

array.reverse()[0]

You reverse the array with reverse() and then pick the first item of the reversed version with [0], that is the last one of the original array.

You can use this code if you don't care that the array gets reversed of course, because it will remain so.

Why doesn't Console.Writeline, Console.Write work in Visual Studio Express?

Or you can debug by CTRL+F5 this will open ConsoleWindow waits after last line executed untill you press key.

Make columns of equal width in <table>

I think that this will do the trick:

table{
    table-layout: fixed;
    width: 300px;
}

Where does the .gitignore file belong?

In the simple case, a repository might have a single .gitignore file in its root directory, which applies recursively to the entire repository. However, it is also possible to have additional .gitignore files in subdirectories. The rules in these nested .gitignore files apply only to the files under the directory where they are located. The Linux kernel source repository has 206 .gitignore files.

-- this is what i read from progit.pdf(version 2), P32

INSERT INTO from two different server database

USE [mydb1]

SELECT *
INTO mytable1
FROM OPENDATASOURCE (
        'SQLNCLI'
        ,'Data Source=XXX.XX.XX.XXX;Initial Catalog=mydb2;User ID=XXX;Password=XXXX'
        ).[mydb2].dbo.mytable2
    /*  steps - 
            1-  [mydb1] means our opend connection database 
            2-  mytable1 means create copy table in mydb1 database where we want insert record
            3-  XXX.XX.XX.XXX - another server name.
            4-  mydb2 another server database.
            5-  write User id and Password of another server credential
            6-  mytable2 is another server table where u fetch record from it. */

Scope 'session' is not active for the current thread; IllegalStateException: No thread-bound request found

I fixed this issue by adding following code in my file.

@Component
@Scope(value = "session",  proxyMode = ScopedProxyMode.TARGET_CLASS)

XML configuration -

<listener>
        <listener-class>
            org.springframework.web.context.request.RequestContextListener 
        </listener-class>
</listener>

Above we can do using Java configuration -

@Configuration
@WebListener
public class MyRequestContextListener extends RequestContextListener {
}

How to add a RequestContextListener with no-xml configuration?

I am using spring version 5.1.4.RELEASE and no need to add below changes in pom.

<dependency>
    <groupId>cglib</groupId>
    <artifactId>cglib</artifactId>
    <version>3.2.10</version>
</dependency>

Java int to String - Integer.toString(i) vs new Integer(i).toString()

Integer.toString calls the static method in the class Integer. It does not need an instance of Integer.

If you call new Integer(i) you create an instance of type Integer, which is a full Java object encapsulating the value of your int. Then you call the toString method on it to ask it to return a string representation of itself.

If all you want is to print an int, you'd use the first one because it's lighter, faster and doesn't use extra memory (aside from the returned string).

If you want an object representing an integer value—to put it inside a collection for example—you'd use the second one, since it gives you a full-fledged object to do all sort of things that you cannot do with a bare int.

Is there a difference between PhoneGap and Cordova commands?

I have also noticed that cordova has a "serve" command that Phonegap doesn't. This command launches a local server on port 8000. This is handy for running your app in Chrome and using the Ripple emulator.

Best C++ IDE or Editor for Windows

M$ VS2008 is a better IDE for this.

Collection that allows only unique items in .NET?

How about just an extension method on HashSet?

public static void AddOrThrow<T>(this HashSet<T> hash, T item)
{
    if (!hash.Add(item))
        throw new ValueExistingException();
}

Java null check why use == instead of .equals()

In Java 0 or null are simple types and not objects.

The method equals() is not built for simple types. Simple types can be matched with ==.

In Java, how to append a string more efficiently?

- Each time you append or do any modification with it, it creates a new String object.

- So use append() method of StringBuilder(If thread safety is not important), else use StringBuffer(If thread safety is important.), that will be efficient way to do it.

Counter in foreach loop in C#

Use for instead of foreach. foreach doesn't expose its inner workings, it enumerates anything that is IEnumerable (which doesn't have to have an index at all).

for (int i=0; i<arr.Length; i++)
{
    ...
}

Besides, if what you're trying to do is find the index of a particular item in the list, you don't have to iterate it at all by yourself. Use Array.IndexOf(item) instead.

How to include external Python code to use in other files?

I've found the python inspect module to be very useful

For example with teststuff.py

import inspect

def dostuff():
    return __name__

DOSTUFF_SOURCE = inspect.getsource(dostuff)

if __name__ == "__main__":

    dostuff()

And from the another script or the python console

import teststuff

exec(DOSTUFF_SOURCE)

dostuff()

And now dostuff should be in the local scope and dostuff() will return the console or scripts _name_ whereas executing test.dostuff() will return the python modules name.

jQuery: how to find first visible input/select/textarea excluding buttons?

You may try below code...

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$(document).ready(function(){_x000D_
    $('form').find('input[type=text],textarea,select').filter(':visible:first').focus();_x000D_
})
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4.2/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<form>_x000D_
<input type="text" />_x000D_
<input type="text" />_x000D_
<input type="text" />_x000D_
<input type="text" />_x000D_
<input type="text" />_x000D_
    _x000D_
<input type="submit" />_x000D_
</form>
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appending list but error 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'append'

When doing pan_list.append(p.last) you're doing an inplace operation, that is an operation that modifies the object and returns nothing (i.e. None).

You should do something like this :

last_list=[]
if p.last_name==None or p.last_name=="": 
    pass
last_list.append(p.last)  # Here I modify the last_list, no affectation
print last_list

Force IE compatibility mode off using tags

As suggested in this answer to a related question, "edge" mode can be set in the Web.Config file. This will make it apply to all HTML returned from the application without the need to insert it into individual pages:

<configuration>
    <system.webServer>
        <httpProtocol>
            <customHeaders>
                <add name="X-UA-Compatible" value="IE=edge" />
            </customHeaders>
        </httpProtocol>
    </system.webServer>
</configuration>

This same step can also be accomplished by modifying the "HTTP Response Headers" using IIS Manager for the IIS server, entire website, or specific applications.

How do I install g++ for Fedora?

instead of g++ you have to write gcc-c++

sudo dnf install gcc-c++

Can I use CASE statement in a JOIN condition?

A CASE expression returns a value from the THEN portion of the clause. You could use it thusly:

SELECT  * 
FROM    sys.indexes i 
    JOIN sys.partitions p 
        ON i.index_id = p.index_id  
    JOIN sys.allocation_units a 
        ON CASE 
           WHEN a.type IN (1, 3) AND a.container_id = p.hobt_id THEN 1
           WHEN a.type IN (2) AND a.container_id = p.partition_id THEN 1
           ELSE 0
           END = 1

Note that you need to do something with the returned value, e.g. compare it to 1. Your statement attempted to return the value of an assignment or test for equality, neither of which make sense in the context of a CASE/THEN clause. (If BOOLEAN was a datatype then the test for equality would make sense.)

Design DFA accepting binary strings divisible by a number 'n'

You can build DFA using simple modular arithmetics. We can interpret w which is a string of k-ary numbers using a following rule

V[0] = 0
V[i] = (S[i-1] * k) + to_number(str[i])

V[|w|] is a number that w is representing. If modify this rule to find w mod N, the rule becomes this.

V[0] = 0
V[i] = ((S[i-1] * k) + to_number(str[i])) mod N

and each V[i] is one of a number from 0 to N-1, which corresponds to each state in DFA. We can use this as the state transition.

See an example.

k = 2, N = 5

| V | (V*2 + 0) mod 5     | (V*2 + 1) mod 5     |
+---+---------------------+---------------------+
| 0 | (0*2 + 0) mod 5 = 0 | (0*2 + 1) mod 5 = 1 |
| 1 | (1*2 + 0) mod 5 = 2 | (1*2 + 1) mod 5 = 3 |
| 2 | (2*2 + 0) mod 5 = 4 | (2*2 + 1) mod 5 = 0 |
| 3 | (3*2 + 0) mod 5 = 1 | (3*2 + 1) mod 5 = 2 |
| 4 | (4*2 + 0) mod 5 = 3 | (4*2 + 1) mod 5 = 4 |

k = 3, N = 5

| V | 0 | 1 | 2 |
+---+---+---+---+
| 0 | 0 | 1 | 2 |
| 1 | 3 | 4 | 0 |
| 2 | 1 | 2 | 3 |
| 3 | 4 | 0 | 1 |
| 4 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

Now you can see a very simple pattern. You can actually build a DFA transition just write repeating numbers from left to right, from top to bottom, from 0 to N-1.

What does the "@" symbol do in Powershell?

The Splatting Operator

To create an array, we create a variable and assign the array. Arrays are noted by the "@" symbol. Let's take the discussion above and use an array to connect to multiple remote computers:

$strComputers = @("Server1", "Server2", "Server3")<enter>

They are used for arrays and hashes.

PowerShell Tutorial 7: Accumulate, Recall, and Modify Data

Array Literals In PowerShell

Get value of a merged cell of an excel from its cell address in vba

Even if it is really discouraged to use merge cells in Excel (use Center Across Selection for instance if needed), the cell that "contains" the value is the one on the top left (at least, that's a way to express it).

Hence, you can get the value of merged cells in range B4:B11 in several ways:

  • Range("B4").Value
  • Range("B4:B11").Cells(1).Value
  • Range("B4:B11").Cells(1,1).Value

You can also note that all the other cells have no value in them. While debugging, you can see that the value is empty.

Also note that Range("B4:B11").Value won't work (raises an execution error number 13 if you try to Debug.Print it) because it returns an array.

CSS rule to apply only if element has BOTH classes

div.abc.xyz {
    /* rules go here */
}

... or simply:

.abc.xyz {
    /* rules go here */
}

Sending message through WhatsApp

Check this code,

    public void share(String subject,String text) {
     final Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SEND);

String score=1000;
     intent.setType("text/plain");
     intent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_SUBJECT, score);
     intent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_TEXT, text);

     startActivity(Intent.createChooser(intent, getString(R.string.share)));
}

How to install bcmath module?

ubuntu and php7.1

sudo apt install php7.1-bcmath

ubuntu and php without version specification

sudo apt install php-bcmath

how to increase MaxReceivedMessageSize when calling a WCF from C#

Change the customBinding in the web.config to use larger defaults. I picked 2MB as it is a reasonable size. Of course setting it to 2GB (as your code suggests) will work but it does leave you more vulnerable to attacks. Pick a size that is larger than your largest request but isn't overly large.

Check this : Using Large Message Requests in Silverlight with WCF

<system.serviceModel>
   <behaviors>
     <serviceBehaviors>
       <behavior name="TestLargeWCF.Web.MyServiceBehavior">
         <serviceMetadata httpGetEnabled="true"/>
         <serviceDebug includeExceptionDetailInFaults="false"/>
       </behavior>
     </serviceBehaviors>
   </behaviors>
   <bindings>
     <customBinding>
       <binding name="customBinding0">
         <binaryMessageEncoding />
         <!-- Start change -->
         <httpTransport maxReceivedMessageSize="2097152"
                        maxBufferSize="2097152"
                        maxBufferPoolSize="2097152"/>
         <!-- Stop change -->
       </binding>
     </customBinding>
   </bindings>
   <serviceHostingEnvironment aspNetCompatibilityEnabled="true"/>
   <services>
     <service behaviorConfiguration="Web.MyServiceBehavior" name="TestLargeWCF.Web.MyService">
       <endpoint address=""
                binding="customBinding"
                bindingConfiguration="customBinding0"
                contract="TestLargeWCF.Web.MyService"/>
       <endpoint address="mex"
                binding="mexHttpBinding"
                contract="IMetadataExchange"/>
     </service>
   </services>
 </system.serviceModel> 

How to enable file upload on React's Material UI simple input?

The API provides component for this purpose.

<Button
  variant="contained"
  component="label"
>
  Upload File
  <input
    type="file"
    hidden
  />
</Button>

TypeError: expected string or buffer

'lines' term from your snippet consists of set of strings.

 lines = f.readlines()
 match = re.findall('[A-Z]+', lines)

You cannot send entire lines into the re.findall('pattern',<string>)

You can try to send line by line

 for i in lines:
  match = re.findall('[A-Z]+', i)
  print match

or to convert the entire lines collection into single line (each line seperated by space)

 NEW_LIST=' '.join(lines)
 match=re.findall('[A-Z]+' ,NEW_LIST)
 print match

This might help you

C# - What does the Assert() method do? Is it still useful?

Assert also gives you another opportunity to chuckle at Microsoft's UI design skills. I mean: a dialog with three buttons Abort, Retry, Ignore, and an explanation of how to interpret them in the title bar!

The type 'string' must be a non-nullable type in order to use it as parameter T in the generic type or method 'System.Nullable<T>'

string is a reference type, a class. You can only use Nullable<T> or the T? C# syntactic sugar with non-nullable value types such as int and Guid.

In particular, as string is a reference type, an expression of type string can already be null:

string lookMaNoText = null;

How to get first and last day of the current week in JavaScript

Just using pure javascript, you can use the function below to get first day and last day of a week with freely setting day for start of week.

var weekday = [];
weekday[0] = "Sunday";
weekday[1] = "Monday";
weekday[2] = "Tuesday";
weekday[3] = "Wednesday";
weekday[4] = "Thursday";
weekday[5] = "Friday";
weekday[6] = "Saturday";

function getFirstDayOfWeek(date, from) {
    //Default start week from 'Sunday'. You can change it yourself.
    from = from || 'Sunday'; 
    var index = weekday.indexOf(from);
    var start = index >= 0 ? index : 0;

    var d = new Date(date);
    var day = d.getDay();
    var diff = d.getDate() - day + (start > day ? start - 7 : start);
    d.setDate(diff);
    return d;
};

Last day of week is just 6 days after first day of week

function getLastDayOfWeek(date, from) {
    from = from || 'Sunday';
    var index = weekday.indexOf(from);
    var start = index >= 0 ? index : 0;

    var d = new Date(date);
    var day = d.getDay();
    var diff = d.getDate() - day + (start > day ? start - 1 : 6 + start);
    d.setDate(diff);
    return d;
};

Test:

getFirstDayOfWeek('2017-10-16'); //--> Sun Oct 15 2017
getFirstDayOfWeek('2017-10-16', 'Monday'); //--> Mon Oct 16 2017
getFirstDayOfWeek('2017-10-16', 'Tuesday'); //--> Tue Oct 10 2017

How do I create a sequence in MySQL?

By creating the increment table you should be aware not to delete inserted rows. reason for this is to avoid storing large dumb data in db with ID-s in it. Otherwise in case of mysql restart it would get max existing row and continue increment from that point as mention in documentation http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/innodb-auto-increment-handling.html

How to add percent sign to NSString

The escape code for a percent sign is "%%", so your code would look like this

[NSString stringWithFormat:@"%d%%", someDigit];

Also, all the other format specifiers can be found at Conceptual Strings Articles

get launchable activity name of package from adb

Launch your app and keep it in foreground.

Run the below command:

adb shell dumpsys window windows | find "mcurrentfocus"

Get the new record primary key ID from MySQL insert query?

Here what you are looking for !!!

select LAST_INSERT_ID()

This is the best alternative of SCOPE_IDENTITY() function being used in SQL Server.

You also need to keep in mind that this will only work if Last_INSERT_ID() is fired following by your Insert query. That is the query returns the id inserted in the schema. You can not get specific table's last inserted id.

For more details please go through the link The equivalent of SQLServer function SCOPE_IDENTITY() in mySQL?

Best way to track onchange as-you-type in input type="text"?

Javascript is unpredictable and funny here.

  • onchange occurs only when you blur the textbox
  • onkeyup & onkeypress doesn't always occur on text change
  • onkeydown occurs on text change (but cannot track cut & paste with mouse click)
  • onpaste & oncut occurs with keypress and even with the mouse right click.

So, to track the change in textbox, we need onkeydown, oncut and onpaste. In the callback of these event, if you check the value of the textbox then you don't get the updated value as the value is changed after the callback. So a solution for this is to set a timeout function with a timeout of 50 mili-seconds (or may be less) to track the change.

This is a dirty hack but this is the only way, as I researched.

Here is an example. http://jsfiddle.net/2BfGC/12/

Change the mouse cursor on mouse over to anchor-like style

I think :hover was missing in above answers. So following would do the needful.(if css was required)

#myDiv:hover
{
    cursor: pointer;
}

How to upgrade Python version to 3.7?

Try this if you are on ubuntu:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install build-essential libpq-dev libssl-dev openssl libffi-dev zlib1g-dev
sudo apt-get install python3-pip python3.7-dev
sudo apt-get install python3.7

In case you don't have the repository and so it fires a not-found package you first have to install this:

sudo apt-get install -y software-properties-common
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:deadsnakes/ppa
sudo apt-get update

more info here: http://devopspy.com/python/install-python-3-6-ubuntu-lts/

Right align text in android TextView

android:layout_gravity is used to align the text view with respect to the parent layout. android:gravity is used to align the text inside the text view.

Are you sure you are trying to align the text inside the text view to the right or do you want to move the text view itself to the right with respect to the parent layout or are you trying to acheive both

Defining a `required` field in Bootstrap

Form validation can be enabled in markup via the data-api or via JavaScript. Automatically enable form validation by adding data-toggle="validator" to your form element.

<form role="form" data-toggle="validator">
   ...
</form>

Or activate validation via JavaScript:

$('#myForm').validator()

and you need to use required flag in input field

For more details Click Here

How do you generate dynamic (parameterized) unit tests in Python?

I came across ParamUnittest the other day when looking at the source code for radon (example usage on the GitHub repository). It should work with other frameworks that extend TestCase (like Nose).

Here is an example:

import unittest
import paramunittest


@paramunittest.parametrized(
    ('1', '2'),
    #(4, 3),    <---- Uncomment to have a failing test
    ('2', '3'),
    (('4', ), {'b': '5'}),
    ((), {'a': 5, 'b': 6}),
    {'a': 5, 'b': 6},
)
class TestBar(TestCase):
    def setParameters(self, a, b):
        self.a = a
        self.b = b

    def testLess(self):
        self.assertLess(self.a, self.b)

How to check if a specific key is present in a hash or not?

In latest Ruby versions Hash instance has a key? method:

{a: 1}.key?(:a)
=> true

Be sure to use the symbol key or a string key depending on what you have in your hash:

{'a' => 2}.key?(:a)
=> false

How to specify the private SSH-key to use when executing shell command on Git?

None of these solutions worked for me.

Instead, I elaborate on @Martin v. Löwis 's mention of setting a config file for SSH.

SSH will look for the user's ~/.ssh/config file. I have mine setup as:

Host gitserv
    Hostname remote.server.com
    IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa.github
    IdentitiesOnly yes # see NOTES below

And I add a remote git repository:

git remote add origin git@gitserv:myrepo.git

And then git commands work normally for me.

git push -v origin master

NOTES

  • The IdentitiesOnly yes is required to prevent the SSH default behavior of sending the identity file matching the default filename for each protocol. If you have a file named ~/.ssh/id_rsa that will get tried BEFORE your ~/.ssh/id_rsa.github without this option.

References

What port is used by Java RMI connection?

With reference to other answers above, here is my view -

there are ports involved on both client and server side.

  • for server/remote side, if you export the object without providing a port , remote object would use a random port to listen.

  • a client, when looks up the remote object, it would always use a random port on its side and will connect to the remote object port as listed above.

Find files in a folder using Java

  • Matcher.find and Files.walk methods could be an option to search files in more flexible way
  • String.format combines regular expressions to create search restrictions
  • Files.isRegularFile checks if a path is't directory, symbolic link, etc.

Usage:

//Searches file names (start with "temp" and extension ".txt")
//in the current directory and subdirectories recursively
Path initialPath = Paths.get(".");
PathUtils.searchRegularFilesStartsWith(initialPath, "temp", ".txt").
                                       stream().forEach(System.out::println);

Source:

public final class PathUtils {

    private static final String startsWithRegex = "(?<![_ \\-\\p{L}\\d\\[\\]\\(\\) ])";
    private static final String endsWithRegex = "(?=[\\.\\n])";
    private static final String containsRegex = "%s(?:[^\\/\\\\]*(?=((?i)%s(?!.))))";

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFilesStartsWith(final Path initialPath, 
                             final String fileName, final String fileExt) throws IOException {
        return searchRegularFiles(initialPath, startsWithRegex + fileName, fileExt);
    }

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFilesEndsWith(final Path initialPath, 
                             final String fileName, final String fileExt) throws IOException {
        return searchRegularFiles(initialPath, fileName + endsWithRegex, fileExt);
    }

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFilesAll(final Path initialPath) throws IOException {
        return searchRegularFiles(initialPath, "", "");
    }

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFiles(final Path initialPath,
                             final String fileName, final String fileExt)
            throws IOException {
        final String regex = String.format(containsRegex, fileName, fileExt);
        final Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile(regex);
        try (Stream<Path> walk = Files.walk(initialPath.toRealPath())) {
            return walk.filter(path -> Files.isRegularFile(path) &&
                                       pattern.matcher(path.toString()).find())
                    .collect(Collectors.toList());
        }
    }

    private PathUtils() {
    }
}

Try startsWith regex for \txt\temp\tempZERO0.txt:

(?<![_ \-\p{L}\d\[\]\(\) ])temp(?:[^\/\\]*(?=((?i)\.txt(?!.))))

Try endsWith regex for \txt\temp\ZERO0temp.txt:

temp(?=[\\.\\n])(?:[^\/\\]*(?=((?i)\.txt(?!.))))

Try contains regex for \txt\temp\tempZERO0tempZERO0temp.txt:

temp(?:[^\/\\]*(?=((?i)\.txt(?!.))))

How to uninstall a Windows Service when there is no executable for it left on the system?

My favourite way of doing this is to use Sysinternals Autoruns application. Just select the service and press delete.

How does one check if a table exists in an Android SQLite database?

Yep, turns out the theory in my edit was right: the problem that was causing the onCreate method not to run, was the fact that SQLiteOpenHelper objects should refer to databases, and not have a separate one for each table. Packing both tables into one SQLiteOpenHelper solved the problem.

Can the jQuery UI Datepicker be made to disable Saturdays and Sundays (and holidays)?

The solution here that everyone likes seems to very intense... personally I think it's much easier to do something like this:

       var holidays = ["12/24/2012", "12/25/2012", "1/1/2013", 
            "5/27/2013", "7/4/2013", "9/2/2013", "11/28/2013", 
            "11/29/2013", "12/24/2013", "12/25/2013"];

       $( "#requestShipDate" ).datepicker({
            beforeShowDay: function(date){
                show = true;
                if(date.getDay() == 0 || date.getDay() == 6){show = false;}//No Weekends
                for (var i = 0; i < holidays.length; i++) {
                    if (new Date(holidays[i]).toString() == date.toString()) {show = false;}//No Holidays
                }
                var display = [show,'',(show)?'':'No Weekends or Holidays'];//With Fancy hover tooltip!
                return display;
            }
        });

This way your dates are human readable. It's not really that different it just makes more sense to me this way.

Refresh Page C# ASP.NET

Call Page_load function:

Page_Load(sender, e);

Text vertical alignment in WPF TextBlock

Vertically aligned single line TextBox.

To expand on the answer provided by @Orion Edwards, this is how you would do fully from code-behind (no styles set). Basically create a custom class that inherits from Border which has its Child set to a TextBox. The example below assumes that you only want a single line and that the border is a child of a Canvas. Also assumes you would need to adjust the MaxLength property of the TextBox based on the width of the Border. The example below also sets the cursor of the Border to mimic a Textbox by setting it to the type 'IBeam'. A margin of '3' is set so that the TextBox isn't absolutely aligned to the left of the border.

double __dX = 20;
double __dY = 180;
double __dW = 500;
double __dH = 40;
int __iMaxLen = 100;

this.m_Z3r0_TextBox_Description = new CZ3r0_TextBox(__dX, __dY, __dW, __dH, __iMaxLen, TextAlignment.Left);
this.Children.Add(this.m_Z3r0_TextBox_Description);

Class:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Windows;
using System.Windows.Controls;
using System.Windows.Input;
using System.Windows.Media;
using System.Windows.Shapes;
using System.Windows.Controls.Primitives;


namespace ifn0tz3r0Exp
{
    class CZ3r0_TextBox : Border
    {
        private TextBox m_TextBox;

        private SolidColorBrush m_Brush_Green = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.MediumSpringGreen);
        private SolidColorBrush m_Brush_Black = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.Black);
        private SolidColorBrush m_Brush_Transparent = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.Transparent);

        public CZ3r0_TextBox(double _dX, double _dY, double _dW, double _dH, int _iMaxLen, TextAlignment _Align)
        {

            /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
            //TEXTBOX
            this.m_TextBox = new TextBox();
            this.m_TextBox.Text = "This is a vertically centered one-line textbox embedded in a border...";
            Canvas.SetLeft(this, _dX);
            Canvas.SetTop(this, _dY);
            this.m_TextBox.FontFamily = new FontFamily("Consolas");
            this.m_TextBox.FontSize = 11;
            this.m_TextBox.Background = this.m_Brush_Black;
            this.m_TextBox.Foreground = this.m_Brush_Green;
            this.m_TextBox.BorderBrush = this.m_Brush_Transparent;
            this.m_TextBox.BorderThickness = new Thickness(0.0);
            this.m_TextBox.Width = _dW;
            this.m_TextBox.MaxLength = _iMaxLen;
            this.m_TextBox.TextAlignment = _Align;
            this.m_TextBox.VerticalAlignment = System.Windows.VerticalAlignment.Center;
            this.m_TextBox.FocusVisualStyle = null;
            this.m_TextBox.Margin = new Thickness(3.0);
            this.m_TextBox.CaretBrush = this.m_Brush_Green;
            this.m_TextBox.SelectionBrush = this.m_Brush_Green;
            this.m_TextBox.SelectionOpacity = 0.3;

            this.m_TextBox.GotFocus += this.CZ3r0_TextBox_GotFocus;
            this.m_TextBox.LostFocus += this.CZ3r0_TextBox_LostFocus;
            /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
            //BORDER

            this.BorderBrush = this.m_Brush_Transparent;
            this.BorderThickness = new Thickness(1.0);
            this.Background = this.m_Brush_Black;            
            this.Height = _dH;
            this.Child = this.m_TextBox;
            this.FocusVisualStyle = null;
            this.MouseDown += this.CZ3r0_TextBox_MouseDown;
            this.Cursor = Cursors.IBeam;
            /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
        }
        private void CZ3r0_TextBox_MouseDown(object _Sender, MouseEventArgs e)
        {
            this.m_TextBox.Focus();
        }
        private void CZ3r0_TextBox_GotFocus(object _Sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {
            this.BorderBrush = this.m_Brush_Green;
        }
        private void CZ3r0_TextBox_LostFocus(object _Sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {
            this.BorderBrush = this.m_Brush_Transparent;
        }
    }
}

How to do a recursive find/replace of a string with awk or sed?

If you do not mind using vim together with grep or find tools, you could follow up the answer given by user Gert in this link --> How to do a text replacement in a big folder hierarchy?.

Here's the deal:

  • recursively grep for the string that you want to replace in a certain path, and take only the complete path of the matching file. (that would be the $(grep 'string' 'pathname' -Rl).

  • (optional) if you want to make a pre-backup of those files on centralized directory maybe you can use this also: cp -iv $(grep 'string' 'pathname' -Rl) 'centralized-directory-pathname'

  • after that you can edit/replace at will in vim following a scheme similar to the one provided on the link given:

    • :bufdo %s#string#replacement#gc | update

System.Collections.Generic.List does not contain a definition for 'Select'

This question's bit old, but, there's a tricky scenario which also leads to this error:

In controller:

ViewBag.id = //id from querystring
List<string> = GrabDataFromDBByID(ViewBag.id).Select(a=>a.ToString());

The above code will lead to an error in this part: .Select(a=>a.ToString()) because of the below reason: You're passing a ViewBag.id to a method which in compiler, it doesn't know the type, so there might be several methods with the same name and different parameters let's say:

GrabDataFromDBByID(string)
GrabDataFromDBByID(int)
GrabDataFromDBByID(whateverType)

So to prevent this case, either explicitly cast the ViewBag or create another variable storing it.

Check if decimal value is null

If you're pulling this value directly from a SQL Database and the value is null in there, it will actually be the DBNull object rather than null. Either place a check prior to your conversion & use a default value in the event of DBNull, or replace your null check afterwards with a check on rdrSelect[23] for DBNull.

Change onClick attribute with javascript

Another solution is to set the 'onclick' attribute to a function that returns your writeLED function.

document.getElementById('buttonLED'+id).onclick = function(){ return writeLED(1,1)};

This can also be useful for other cases when you create an element in JavaScript while it has not yet been drawn in the browser.

Javascript String to int conversion

This is to do with JavaScript's + in operator - if a number and a string are "added" up, the number is converted into a string:

0 + 1; //1
'0' + 1; // '01'

To solve this, use the + unary operator, or use parseInt():

+'0' + 1; // 1
parseInt('0', 10) + 1; // 1

The unary + operator converts it into a number (however if it's a decimal it will retain the decimal places), and parseInt() is self-explanatory (converts into number, ignoring decimal places).

The second argument is necessary for parseInt() to use the correct base when leading 0s are placed:

parseInt('010'); // 8 in older browsers, 10 in newer browsers
parseInt('010', 10); // always 10 no matter what

There's also parseFloat() if you need to convert decimals in strings to their numeric value - + can do that too but it behaves slightly differently: that's another story though.

Ubuntu says "bash: ./program Permission denied"

Sounds like you don't have the execute flag set on the file permissions, try:

chmod u+x program_name

default value for struct member in C

you can not do it in this way

Use the following instead

typedef struct
{
   int id;
   char* name;
}employee;

employee emp = {
.id = 0, 
.name = "none"
};

You can use macro to define and initialize your instances. this will make easiier to you each time you want to define new instance and initialize it.

typedef struct
{
   int id;
   char* name;
}employee;

#define INIT_EMPLOYEE(X) employee X = {.id = 0, .name ="none"}

and in your code when you need to define new instance with employee type, you just call this macro like:

INIT_EMPLOYEE(emp);

jQuery find events handlers registered with an object

To check for events on an element:

var events = $._data(element, "events")

Note that this will only work with direct event handlers, if you are using $(document).on("event-name", "jq-selector", function() { //logic }), you will want to see the getEvents function at the bottom of this answer

For example:

 var events = $._data(document.getElementById("myElemId"), "events")

or

 var events = $._data($("#myElemId")[0], "events")

Full Example:

<html>
    <head>
        <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.0/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
        <script>
            $(function() {
                $("#textDiv").click(function() {
                    //Event Handling
                });
                var events = $._data(document.getElementById('textDiv'), "events");
                var hasEvents = (events != null);
            });
        </script>
    </head>
    <body>
        <div id="textDiv">Text</div>
    </body>
</html>

A more complete way to check, that includes dynamic listeners, installed with $(document).on

function getEvents(element) {
    var elemEvents = $._data(element, "events");
    var allDocEvnts = $._data(document, "events");
    for(var evntType in allDocEvnts) {
        if(allDocEvnts.hasOwnProperty(evntType)) {
            var evts = allDocEvnts[evntType];
            for(var i = 0; i < evts.length; i++) {
                if($(element).is(evts[i].selector)) {
                    if(elemEvents == null) {
                        elemEvents = {};
                    }
                    if(!elemEvents.hasOwnProperty(evntType)) {
                        elemEvents[evntType] = [];
                    }
                    elemEvents[evntType].push(evts[i]);
                }
            }
        }
    }
    return elemEvents;
}

Example usage:

getEvents($('#myElemId')[0])

How to use timeit module

I'll let you in on a secret: the best way to use timeit is on the command line.

On the command line, timeit does proper statistical analysis: it tells you how long the shortest run took. This is good because all error in timing is positive. So the shortest time has the least error in it. There's no way to get negative error because a computer can't ever compute faster than it can compute!

So, the command-line interface:

%~> python -m timeit "1 + 2"
10000000 loops, best of 3: 0.0468 usec per loop

That's quite simple, eh?

You can set stuff up:

%~> python -m timeit -s "x = range(10000)" "sum(x)"
1000 loops, best of 3: 543 usec per loop

which is useful, too!

If you want multiple lines, you can either use the shell's automatic continuation or use separate arguments:

%~> python -m timeit -s "x = range(10000)" -s "y = range(100)" "sum(x)" "min(y)"
1000 loops, best of 3: 554 usec per loop

That gives a setup of

x = range(1000)
y = range(100)

and times

sum(x)
min(y)

If you want to have longer scripts you might be tempted to move to timeit inside a Python script. I suggest avoiding that because the analysis and timing is simply better on the command line. Instead, I tend to make shell scripts:

 SETUP="

 ... # lots of stuff

 "

 echo Minmod arr1
 python -m timeit -s "$SETUP" "Minmod(arr1)"

 echo pure_minmod arr1
 python -m timeit -s "$SETUP" "pure_minmod(arr1)"

 echo better_minmod arr1
 python -m timeit -s "$SETUP" "better_minmod(arr1)"

 ... etc

This can take a bit longer due to the multiple initialisations, but normally that's not a big deal.


But what if you want to use timeit inside your module?

Well, the simple way is to do:

def function(...):
    ...

timeit.Timer(function).timeit(number=NUMBER)

and that gives you cumulative (not minimum!) time to run that number of times.

To get a good analysis, use .repeat and take the minimum:

min(timeit.Timer(function).repeat(repeat=REPEATS, number=NUMBER))

You should normally combine this with functools.partial instead of lambda: ... to lower overhead. Thus you could have something like:

from functools import partial

def to_time(items):
    ...

test_items = [1, 2, 3] * 100
times = timeit.Timer(partial(to_time, test_items)).repeat(3, 1000)

# Divide by the number of repeats
time_taken = min(times) / 1000

You can also do:

timeit.timeit("...", setup="from __main__ import ...", number=NUMBER)

which would give you something closer to the interface from the command-line, but in a much less cool manner. The "from __main__ import ..." lets you use code from your main module inside the artificial environment created by timeit.

It's worth noting that this is a convenience wrapper for Timer(...).timeit(...) and so isn't particularly good at timing. I personally far prefer using Timer(...).repeat(...) as I've shown above.


Warnings

There are a few caveats with timeit that hold everywhere.

  • Overhead is not accounted for. Say you want to time x += 1, to find out how long addition takes:

    >>> python -m timeit -s "x = 0" "x += 1"
    10000000 loops, best of 3: 0.0476 usec per loop
    

    Well, it's not 0.0476 µs. You only know that it's less than that. All error is positive.

    So try and find pure overhead:

    >>> python -m timeit -s "x = 0" ""      
    100000000 loops, best of 3: 0.014 usec per loop
    

    That's a good 30% overhead just from timing! This can massively skew relative timings. But you only really cared about the adding timings; the look-up timings for x also need to be included in overhead:

    >>> python -m timeit -s "x = 0" "x"
    100000000 loops, best of 3: 0.0166 usec per loop
    

    The difference isn't much larger, but it's there.

  • Mutating methods are dangerous.

    >>> python -m timeit -s "x = [0]*100000" "while x: x.pop()"
    10000000 loops, best of 3: 0.0436 usec per loop
    

    But that's completely wrong! x is the empty list after the first iteration. You'll need to reinitialize:

    >>> python -m timeit "x = [0]*100000" "while x: x.pop()"
    100 loops, best of 3: 9.79 msec per loop
    

    But then you have lots of overhead. Account for that separately.

    >>> python -m timeit "x = [0]*100000"                   
    1000 loops, best of 3: 261 usec per loop
    

    Note that subtracting the overhead is reasonable here only because the overhead is a small-ish fraction of the time.

    For your example, it's worth noting that both Insertion Sort and Tim Sort have completely unusual timing behaviours for already-sorted lists. This means you will require a random.shuffle between sorts if you want to avoid wrecking your timings.

Javascript - How to extract filename from a file input control

None of the above answers worked for me, here is my solution which updates a disabled input with the filename:

<script type="text/javascript"> 
  document.getElementById('img_name').onchange = function () {
  var filePath = this.value;
    if (filePath) {
      var fileName = filePath.replace(/^.*?([^\\\/]*)$/, '$1');
      document.getElementById('img_name_input').value = fileName;
    }
  };
</script>

Using braces with dynamic variable names in PHP

Try using {} instead of ():

${"file".$i} = file($filelist[$i]);

How to copy files from host to Docker container?

If the host is CentOS or Fedora, there is a proxy NOT in /var/lib/docker/aufs, but it is under /proc:

cp -r /home/user/mydata/* /proc/$(docker inspect --format "{{.State.Pid}}" <containerid>)/root

This cmd will copy all contents of data directory to / of container with id "containerid".

How to detect a docker daemon port

Reference docs of docker: https://docs.docker.com/install/linux/linux-postinstall/#configure-where-the-docker-daemon-listens-for-connections

There are 2 ways in configuring the docker daemon port

1) Configuring at /etc/default/docker file:

DOCKER_OPTS="-H tcp://127.0.0.1:5000 -H unix:///var/run/docker.sock"

2) Configuring at /etc/docker/daemon.json:

{
"debug": true,
"hosts": ["tcp://127.0.0.1:5000", "unix:///var/run/docker.sock"]
}

If the docker default socket is not configured Docker will wait for infinite period.i.e

Waiting for /var/run/docker.sock
Waiting for /var/run/docker.sock
Waiting for /var/run/docker.sock
Waiting for /var/run/docker.sock
Waiting for /var/run/docker.sock

NOTE : BUT DON'T CONFIGURE IN BOTH THE CONFIGURATION FILES, the following error may occur :

Waiting for /var/run/docker.sock
unable to configure the Docker daemon with file /etc/docker/daemon.json: the following directives are specified both as a flag and in the configuration file: hosts: (from flag: [tcp://127.0.0.1:5000 unix:///var/run/docker.sock], from file: tcp://127.0.0.1:5000)

The reason for adding both the user port[ tcp://127.0.0.1:5000] and default docker socket[unix:///var/run/docker.sock] is that the user port enables the access to the docker APIs whereas the default socket enables the CLI. In case the default port[unix:///var/run/docker.sock] is not mentioned in /etc/default/docker file the following error may occur:

# docker ps
Cannot connect to the Docker daemon at unix:///var/run/docker.sock. Is the docker daemon running?

This error is not because that the docker is not running, but because of default docker socket is not enabled.

Once the configuration is enabled restart the docker service and verify the docker port is enabled or not:

# netstat -tunlp | grep -i 5000
tcp        0      0 127.0.0.1:5000          0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN      31661/dockerd 

Applicable for Docker Version 17.04, may vary with different versions of docker.

How do I write a compareTo method which compares objects?

Listen to @milkplusvellocet, I'd recommend you to implement the Comparable interface to your class as well.

Just contributing to the answers of others:

String.compareTo() will tell you how different a string is from another.

e.g. System.out.println( "Test".compareTo("Tesu") ); will print -1 and System.out.println( "Test".compareTo("Tesa") ); will print 19

and nerdy and geeky one-line solution to this task would be:

return this.lastName.equals(s.getLastName()) ? this.lastName.compareTo(s.getLastName()) : this.firstName.compareTo(s.getFirstName());

Explanation:

this.lastName.equals(s.getLastName()) checks whether lastnames are the same or not this.lastName.compareTo(s.getLastName()) if yes, then returns comparison of last name. this.firstName.compareTo(s.getFirstName()) if not, returns the comparison of first name.

Excel Macro : How can I get the timestamp in "yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss" format?

this worked best for me:

        Cells(partcount + 5, "N").Value = Date + Time
        Cells(partcount + 5, "N").NumberFormat = "mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss AM/PM"

How to access private data members outside the class without making "friend"s?


EDIT:
Just saw you edited the question to say that you don't want to use friend.
Then the answer is:

NO you can't, atleast not in a portable way approved by the C++ standard.


The later part of the Answer, was previous to the Q edit & I leave it here for benefit of >those who would want to understand a few concepts & not just looking an Answer to the >Question.


If you have members under a Private access specifier then those members are only accessible from within the class. No outside Access is allowed.

An Source Code Example:

class MyClass
{
    private:
        int c;
    public:
    void doSomething()
    {
        c = 10;    //Allowed 
    }
};

int main()
{
    MyClass obj;
    obj.c = 30;     //Not Allowed, gives compiler error
    obj.doSomething();  //Allowed
}

A Workaround: friend to rescue
To access the private member, you can declare a function/class as friend of that particular class, and then the member will be accessible inside that function or class object without access specifier check.

Modified Code Sample:

class MyClass
{
    private:
        int c;

    public:
    void doSomething()
    {
        c = 10;    //Allowed 
    }

    friend void MytrustedFriend();    
};

void MytrustedFriend()
{
        MyClass obj;
        obj.c = 10; //Allowed
}

int main()
{
    MyClass obj;
    obj.c = 30;     //Not Allowed, gives compiler error
    obj.doSomething();  //Allowed
    //Call the friend function
    MytrustedFriend();
    return 0;
}

Test if element is present using Selenium WebDriver?

public static WebElement FindElement(WebDriver driver, By by, int timeoutInSeconds)
{
    WebDriverWait wait = new WebDriverWait(driver, timeoutInSeconds);
    wait.until( ExpectedConditions.presenceOfElementLocated(by) ); //throws a timeout exception if element not present after waiting <timeoutInSeconds> seconds
    return driver.findElement(by);
}

How to select ALL children (in any level) from a parent in jQuery?

I think you could do:

$('#google_translate_element').find('*').each(function(){
    $(this).unbind('click');
});

but it would cause a lot of overhead

npm ERR cb() never called

In my case, I was running npm install from within a Docker container that was running the node:10.16.0-alpine image. The problem was triggered by package.json pointing at a package directly in GitHub:

"dependencies": {
    "gulp-sass-inline-svg": "git+https://github.com/chriswburke/gulp-sass-inline-svg.git"
}

After switching to a Docker image that had git installed, the error went away.

Java: How to insert CLOB into oracle database

Try this , there is no need to set its a CLOB

  public static void main(String[] args)
        {
        try{    

                    System.out.println("Opening db");

                    Class.forName("oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver"); 
                    if(con==null)
                     con=DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:oracle:thin:@192.9.200.103:1521: orcl","sas","sas");  
                    if(stmt==null)
                    stmt=con.createStatement();  


                    int res=9;

                    String usersSql = "{call Esme_Insertsmscdata(?,?,?,?,?)}";
                    CallableStatement stmt = con.prepareCall(usersSql);
            // THIS THE CLOB DATA  
            stmt.setString(1,"SS¶5268771¶00058711¶04192018¶SS¶5268771¶00058712¶04192018¶SS¶5268772¶00058713¶04192018¶SS¶5268772¶00058714¶04192018¶SS¶5268773¶00058715¶04192018¶SS¶5268773¶00058716¶04192018¶SS¶5268774¶00058717¶04192018¶SS¶5268774¶00058718¶04192018¶SS¶5268775¶00058719¶04192018¶SS¶5268775¶00058720¶04192018¶");     
                    stmt.setString(2, "bcvbcvb");
                    stmt.setString(3, String.valueOf("4522"));
                    stmt.setString(4, "42.25.632.25");
                    stmt.registerOutParameter(5,OracleTypes.NUMBER);    
                    stmt.execute();
                    res=stmt.getInt(5);
                    stmt.close();

                    System.out.println(res);




                    }
                    catch(Exception e)
                    { 

                         try 
                         {
                            con.close();
                        } catch (SQLException e1) {


                        }
                    }  
                }
    }

When do you use map vs flatMap in RxJava?

In some cases you might end up having chain of observables, wherein your observable would return another observable. 'flatmap' kind of unwraps the second observable which is buried in the first one and let you directly access the data second observable is spitting out while subscribing.

Hibernate Query By Example and Projections

ProjectionList pl = Projections.projectionList();
pl.add(Projections.property("id"));
pl.add(Projections.sqlProjection("abs(`pageNo`-" + pageNo + ") as diff", new String[] {"diff"}, types ), diff); ---- solution
crit.addOrder(Order.asc("diff"));
crit.setProjection(pl);

find the array index of an object with a specific key value in underscore

If you're expecting multiple matches and hence need an array to be returned, try:

_.where(Users, {age: 24})

If the property value is unique and you need the index of the match, try:

_.findWhere(Users, {_id: 10})

FIFO class in Java

if you want to have a pipe to write/read data, you can use the http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/io/PipedWriter.html

Email and phone Number Validation in android

XML

<android.support.v7.widget.AppCompatEditText
    android:id="@+id/et_email_contact"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:inputType="text"
    android:maxLines="1"
    android:hint="Enter Email or Phone Number"/>

Java

private AppCompatEditText et_email_contact;
private boolean validEmail = false, validPhone = false;     

et_email_contact = findViewById(R.id.et_email_contact);
et_email_contact.addTextChangedListener(new TextWatcher() {
    @Override
    public void beforeTextChanged(CharSequence s, int start, int count, int after) {

    }

    @Override
    public void onTextChanged(CharSequence s, int start, int before, int count) {

    }

    @Override
    public void afterTextChanged(Editable s) {
        String regex = "^[+]?[0-9]{10,13}$";
        String emailContact = s.toString();
        if (TextUtils.isEmpty(emailContact)) {
            Log.e("Validation", "Enter Mobile No or Email");
        } else {
            if (emailContact.matches(regex)) {
                Log.e("Validation", "Valid Mobile No");
                validPhone = true;
                validEmail = false;
            } else if (Patterns.EMAIL_ADDRESS.matcher(emailContact).matches()) {
                Log.e("Validation", "Valid Email Address");
                validPhone = false;
                validEmail = true;
            } else {
                validPhone = false;
                validEmail = false;
                Log.e("Validation", "Invalid Mobile No or Email");
            }
        }
    }
});

if (validPhone || validEmail) {
    Toast.makeText(this, "Valid Email or Phone no", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
} else {
    Toast.makeText(this, "InValid Email or Phone no", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
}

Given a filesystem path, is there a shorter way to extract the filename without its extension?

Firstly, the code in the question does not produce the described output. It extracts the file extension ("txt") and not the file base name ("hello"). To do that the last line should call First(), not Last(), like this...

static string GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit(string path)
{
    string[] pathArr = path.Split('\\');
    string[] fileArr = pathArr.Last().Split('.');
    string fileBaseName = fileArr.First().ToString();

    return fileBaseName;
}

Having made that change, one thing to think about as far as improving this code is the amount of garbage it creates:

  • A string[] containing one string for each path segment in path
  • A string[] containing at least one string for each . in the last path segment in path

Therefore, extracting the base file name from the sample path "C:\Program Files\hello.txt" should produce the (temporary) objects "C:", "Program Files", "hello.txt", "hello", "txt", a string[3], and a string[2]. This could be significant if the method is called on a large number of paths. To improve this, we can search path ourselves to locate the start and end points of the base name and use those to create one new string...

static string GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe(string path)
{
    // Fails on paths with no file extension - DO NOT USE!!
    int startIndex = path.LastIndexOf('\\') + 1;
    int endIndex = path.IndexOf('.', startIndex);
    string fileBaseName = path.Substring(startIndex, endIndex - startIndex);

    return fileBaseName;
}

This is using the index of the character after the last \ as the start of the base name, and from there looking for the first . to use as the index of the character after the end of the base name. Is this shorter than the original code? Not quite. Is it a "smarter" solution? I think so. At least, it would be if not for the fact that...

As you can see from the comment, the previous method is problematic. Though it works if you assume all paths end with a file name with an extension, it will throw an exception if the path ends with \ (i.e. a directory path) or otherwise contains no extension in the last segment. To fix this, we need to add an extra check to account for when endIndex is -1 (i.e. . is not found)...

static string GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring(string path)
{
    int startIndex = path.LastIndexOf('\\') + 1;
    int endIndex = path.IndexOf('.', startIndex);
    int length = (endIndex >= 0 ? endIndex : path.Length) - startIndex;
    string fileBaseName = path.Substring(startIndex, length);

    return fileBaseName;
}

Now this version is nowhere near shorter than the original, but it is more efficient and (now) correct, too.

As far as .NET methods that implement this functionality, many other answers suggest using Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(), which is an obvious, easy solution but does not produce the same results as the code in the question. There is a subtle but important difference between GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() and Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension() (GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() below): the former extracts everything before the first . and the latter extracts everything before the last .. This doesn't make a difference for the sample path in the question, but take a look at this table comparing the results of the above four methods when called with various paths...

Description Method Path Result
Single extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt" "hello"
Single extension GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt" "hello"
Single extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt" "hello"
Single extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt" "hello"




Double extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt.ext" "hello"
Double extension GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt.ext" "hello.txt"
Double extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt.ext" "hello"
Double extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt.ext" "hello"




No extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "C:\Program Files\hello" "hello"
No extension GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "C:\Program Files\hello" "hello"
No extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "C:\Program Files\hello" EXCEPTION: Length cannot be less than zero. (Parameter 'length')
No extension GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "C:\Program Files\hello" "hello"




Leading period GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "C:\Program Files\.hello.txt" ""
Leading period GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "C:\Program Files\.hello.txt" ".hello"
Leading period GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "C:\Program Files\.hello.txt" ""
Leading period GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "C:\Program Files\.hello.txt" ""




Trailing period GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt." "hello"
Trailing period GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt." "hello.txt"
Trailing period GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt." "hello"
Trailing period GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "C:\Program Files\hello.txt." "hello"




Directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "C:\Program Files\" ""
Directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "C:\Program Files\" ""
Directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "C:\Program Files\" EXCEPTION: Length cannot be less than zero. (Parameter 'length')
Directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "C:\Program Files\" ""




Current file path GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "hello.txt" "hello"
Current file path GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "hello.txt" "hello"
Current file path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "hello.txt" "hello"
Current file path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "hello.txt" "hello"




Parent file path GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() "..\hello.txt" "hello"
Parent file path GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() "..\hello.txt" "hello"
Parent file path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() "..\hello.txt" "hello"
Parent file path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() "..\hello.txt" "hello"




Parent directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit() ".." ""
Parent directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingPath() ".." "."
Parent directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe() ".." ""
Parent directory path GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring() ".." ""

...and you'll see that Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension() yields different results when passed a path where the file name has a double extension or a leading and/or trailing .. You can try it for yourself with the following code...

using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Linq;
using System.Reflection;

namespace SO6921105
{
    internal class PathExtractionResult
    {
        public string Description { get; set; }
        public string Method { get; set; }
        public string Path { get; set; }
        public string Result { get; set; }
    }

    public static class Program
    {
        private static string GetFileBaseNameUsingSplit(string path)
        {
            string[] pathArr = path.Split('\\');
            string[] fileArr = pathArr.Last().Split('.');
            string fileBaseName = fileArr.First().ToString();

            return fileBaseName;
        }

        private static string GetFileBaseNameUsingPath(string path)
        {
            return Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(path);
        }

        private static string GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstringUnsafe(string path)
        {
            // Fails on paths with no file extension - DO NOT USE!!
            int startIndex = path.LastIndexOf('\\') + 1;
            int endIndex = path.IndexOf('.', startIndex);
            string fileBaseName = path.Substring(startIndex, endIndex - startIndex);

            return fileBaseName;
        }

        private static string GetFileBaseNameUsingSubstring(string path)
        {
            int startIndex = path.LastIndexOf('\\') + 1;
            int endIndex = path.IndexOf('.', startIndex);
            int length = (endIndex >= 0 ? endIndex : path.Length) - startIndex;
            string fileBaseName = path.Substring(startIndex, length);

            return fileBaseName;
        }

        public static void Main()
        {
            MethodInfo[] testMethods = typeof(Program).GetMethods(BindingFlags.NonPublic | BindingFlags.Static)
                .Where(method => method.Name.StartsWith("GetFileBaseName"))
                .ToArray();
            var inputs = new[] {
                new { Description = "Single extension",      Path = @"C:\Program Files\hello.txt"     },
                new { Description = "Double extension",      Path = @"C:\Program Files\hello.txt.ext" },
                new { Description = "No extension",          Path = @"C:\Program Files\hello"         },
                new { Description = "Leading period",        Path = @"C:\Program Files\.hello.txt"    },
                new { Description = "Trailing period",       Path = @"C:\Program Files\hello.txt."    },
                new { Description = "Directory path",        Path = @"C:\Program Files\"              },
                new { Description = "Current file path",     Path = "hello.txt"                       },
                new { Description = "Parent file path",      Path = @"..\hello.txt"                   },
                new { Description = "Parent directory path", Path = ".."                              }
            };
            PathExtractionResult[] results = inputs
                .SelectMany(
                    input => testMethods.Select(
                        method => {
                            string result;

                            try
                            {
                                string returnValue = (string) method.Invoke(null, new object[] { input.Path });

                                result = $"\"{returnValue}\"";
                            }
                            catch (Exception ex)
                            {
                                if (ex is TargetInvocationException)
                                    ex = ex.InnerException;
                                result = $"EXCEPTION: {ex.Message}";
                            }

                            return new PathExtractionResult() {
                                Description = input.Description,
                                Method = $"{method.Name}()",
                                Path = $"\"{input.Path}\"",
                                Result = result
                            };
                        }
                    )
                ).ToArray();
            const int ColumnPadding = 2;
            ResultWriter writer = new ResultWriter(Console.Out) {
                DescriptionColumnWidth = results.Max(output => output.Description.Length) + ColumnPadding,
                MethodColumnWidth = results.Max(output => output.Method.Length) + ColumnPadding,
                PathColumnWidth = results.Max(output => output.Path.Length) + ColumnPadding,
                ResultColumnWidth = results.Max(output => output.Result.Length) + ColumnPadding,
                ItemLeftPadding = " ",
                ItemRightPadding = " "
            };
            PathExtractionResult header = new PathExtractionResult() {
                Description = nameof(PathExtractionResult.Description),
                Method = nameof(PathExtractionResult.Method),
                Path = nameof(PathExtractionResult.Path),
                Result = nameof(PathExtractionResult.Result)
            };

            writer.WriteResult(header);
            writer.WriteDivider();
            foreach (IGrouping<string, PathExtractionResult> resultGroup in results.GroupBy(result => result.Description))
            {
                foreach (PathExtractionResult result in resultGroup)
                    writer.WriteResult(result);
                writer.WriteDivider();
            }
        }
    }

    internal class ResultWriter
    {
        private const char DividerChar = '-';
        private const char SeparatorChar = '|';

        private TextWriter Writer { get; }

        public ResultWriter(TextWriter writer)
        {
            Writer = writer ?? throw new ArgumentNullException(nameof(writer));
        }

        public int DescriptionColumnWidth { get; set; }

        public int MethodColumnWidth { get; set; }

        public int PathColumnWidth { get; set; }

        public int ResultColumnWidth { get; set; }

        public string ItemLeftPadding { get; set; }

        public string ItemRightPadding { get; set; }

        public void WriteResult(PathExtractionResult result)
        {
            WriteLine(
                $"{ItemLeftPadding}{result.Description}{ItemRightPadding}",
                $"{ItemLeftPadding}{result.Method}{ItemRightPadding}",
                $"{ItemLeftPadding}{result.Path}{ItemRightPadding}",
                $"{ItemLeftPadding}{result.Result}{ItemRightPadding}"
            );
        }

        public void WriteDivider()
        {
            WriteLine(
                new string(DividerChar, DescriptionColumnWidth),
                new string(DividerChar, MethodColumnWidth),
                new string(DividerChar, PathColumnWidth),
                new string(DividerChar, ResultColumnWidth)
            );
        }

        private void WriteLine(string description, string method, string path, string result)
        {
            Writer.Write(SeparatorChar);
            Writer.Write(description.PadRight(DescriptionColumnWidth));
            Writer.Write(SeparatorChar);
            Writer.Write(method.PadRight(MethodColumnWidth));
            Writer.Write(SeparatorChar);
            Writer.Write(path.PadRight(PathColumnWidth));
            Writer.Write(SeparatorChar);
            Writer.Write(result.PadRight(ResultColumnWidth));
            Writer.WriteLine(SeparatorChar);
        }
    }
}

TL;DR The code in the question does not behave as many seem to expect in some corner cases. If you're going to write your own path manipulation code, be sure to take into consideration...

  • ...how you define a "filename without extension" (is it everything before the first . or everything before the last .?)
  • ...files with multiple extensions
  • ...files with no extension
  • ...files with a leading .
  • ...files with a trailing . (probably not something you'll ever encounter on Windows, but they are possible)
  • ...directories with an "extension" or that otherwise contain a .
  • ...paths that end with a \
  • ...relative paths

Not all file paths follow the usual formula of X:\Directory\File.ext!

How to create a BKS (BouncyCastle) format Java Keystore that contains a client certificate chain

Use this manual http://blog.antoine.li/2010/10/22/android-trusting-ssl-certificates/ This guide really helped me. It is important to observe a sequence of certificates in the store. For example: import the lowermost Intermediate CA certificate first and then all the way up to the Root CA certificate.

number several equations with only one number

How about something like:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{amssymb,amsmath}

\begin{document}

\begin{equation}\label{A_Label}
  \begin{split}
    w^T x_i + b \geqslant 1-\xi_i \text{ if } y_i &= 1, \\
    w^T x_i + b \leqslant -1+\xi_i \text{ if } y_i &= -1
  \end{split}
\end{equation}

\end{document}

which produces:

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Switch case in C# - a constant value is expected

You can't use a switch statement for this as the case values cannot be evaluated expressions. For this you have to use an an if/else ...

public static void Output<T>(IEnumerable<T> dataSource) where T : class
{   
    dataSourceName = (typeof(T).Name);
    if(string.Compare(dataSourceName, typeof(CustomerDetails).Name.ToString(), true)==0)
    {
        var t = 123;
    }
    else if (/*case 2 conditional*/)
    {
        //blah
    }
    else
    {
        //default case
        Console.WriteLine("Test");
    }
}

I also took the liberty of tidying up your conditional statement. There is no need to cast to string after calling ToString(). This will always return a string anyway. When comparing strings for equality, bare in mind that using the == operator will result in a case sensitive comparison. Better to use string compare = 0 with the last argument to set case sensitive on/off.

How to run multiple SQL commands in a single SQL connection?

I have not tested , but what the main idea is: put semicolon on each query.

SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection();
SqlCommand command = new SqlCommand();
connection.ConnectionString = connectionString; // put your connection string
command.CommandText = @"
     update table
     set somecol = somevalue;
     insert into someTable values(1,'test');";
command.CommandType = CommandType.Text;
command.Connection = connection;

try
{
    connection.Open();
}
finally
{
    command.Dispose();
    connection.Dispose();
}

Update: you can follow Is it possible to have multiple SQL instructions in a ADO.NET Command.CommandText property? too

Making an image act like a button

It sounds like you want an image button:

<input type="image" src="logg.png" name="saveForm" class="btTxt submit" id="saveForm" />

Alternatively, you can use CSS to make the existing submit button use your image as its background.

In any case, you don't want a separate <img /> element on the page.

Select Specific Columns from Spark DataFrame

There are multiple options (especially in Scala) to select a subset of columns of that Dataframe. The following lines will all select the two columns colA and colB:

import spark.implicits._
import org.apache.spark.sql.functions.{col, column, expr}

inputDf.select(col("colA"), col("colB"))
inputDf.select(inputDf.col("colA"), inputDf.col("colB"))
inputDf.select(column("colA"), column("colB"))
inputDf.select(expr("colA"), expr("colB"))

// only available in Scala
inputDf.select($"colA", $"colB")
inputDf.select('colA, 'colB) // makes use of Scala's Symbol

// selecting columns based on a given iterable of Strings
val selectedColumns: Seq[Column] = Seq("colA", "colB").map(c => col(c))
inputDf.select(selectedColumns: _*)

// select the first or last 2 columns
inputDf.selectExpr(inputDf.columns.take(2): _*)
inputDf.selectExpr(inputDf.columns.takeRight(2): _*)

The usage of $ is possible as Scala provides an implicit class that converts a String into a Column using the method $:

implicit class StringToColumn(val sc : scala.StringContext) extends scala.AnyRef {
  def $(args : scala.Any*) : org.apache.spark.sql.ColumnName = { /* compiled code */ }
}

Typically, when you want to derive one DataFrame to multiple DataFrames it might improve your performance if you persist the original DataFrame before creating the others. At the end you can unpersist the original DataFrame.

Keep in mind that Columns are not resolved at compile time but only when it is compared to the column names of your catalog which happens during analyser phase of the query execution. In case you need stronger type safety you could create a Dataset.

For completeness, here is the csv to try out above code:

// csv file:
// colA,colB,colC
// 1,"foo","bar"

val inputDf = spark.read.format("csv").option("header", "true").load(csvFilePath)

// resulting DataFrame schema
root
 |-- colA: string (nullable = true)
 |-- colB: string (nullable = true)
 |-- colC: string (nullable = true)

Use string.Contains() with switch()

Nope, switch statement requires compile time constants. The statement message.Contains("test") can evaluate true or false depending on the message so it is not a constant thus cannot be used as a 'case' for switch statement.

Image, saved to sdcard, doesn't appear in Android's Gallery app

there is an app in the emulator that says - ' Dev Tools'

click on that and select ' Media Scanning'.. all the images ll get scanned

Get user info via Google API

There are 3 steps that needs to be run.

  1. Register your app's client id from Google API console
  2. Ask your end user to give consent using this api https://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/OpenIDConnect#sendauthrequest
  3. Use google's oauth2 api as described at https://any-api.com/googleapis_com/oauth2/docs/userinfo/oauth2_userinfo_v2_me_get using the token obtained in step 2. (Though still I could not find how to fill "fields" parameter properly).

It is very interesting that this simplest usage is not clearly described anywhere. And i believe there is a danger, you should pay attention to the verified_emailparameter coming in the response. Because if I am not wrong it may yield fake emails to register your application. (This is just my interpretation, has a fair chance that I may be wrong!)

I find facebook's OAuth mechanics much much clearly described.

Fastest way to copy a file in Node.js

benweet's solution, but also checking the visibility of the file before copy:

function copy(from, to) {
    return new Promise(function (resolve, reject) {
        fs.access(from, fs.F_OK, function (error) {
            if (error) {
                reject(error);
            } else {
                var inputStream = fs.createReadStream(from);
                var outputStream = fs.createWriteStream(to);

                function rejectCleanup(error) {
                    inputStream.destroy();
                    outputStream.end();
                    reject(error);
                }

                inputStream.on('error', rejectCleanup);
                outputStream.on('error', rejectCleanup);

                outputStream.on('finish', resolve);

                inputStream.pipe(outputStream);
            }
        });
    });
}

Error: The type exists in both directories

I fixed this by removing one of the unneeded NuGet packaged referenced in the dll files causing this conflict.

So in this case I had both ZXing.Net and ZXing.Net.Mobile installed. Since I was creating a mobile app in Xamarin Forms, removing the ZXing.Net NuGet package resolved this.

Be sure to check and make sure you don't have redundant NuGet packages for different frameworks, i.e. ASP.Net versus Xamarin.

C# Create New T()

To get this i tried following code :

  protected T GetObject<T>()
    {
        T obj = default(T);
        obj =Activator.CreateInstance<T>();
        return obj ;
    }

How to style the parent element when hovering a child element?

Well, this question is asked many times before, and the short typical answer is: It cannot be done by pure CSS. It's in the name: Cascading Style Sheets only supports styling in cascading direction, not up.

But in most circumstances where this effect is wished, like in the given example, there still is the possibility to use these cascading characteristics to reach the desired effect. Consider this pseudo markup:

<parent>
    <sibling></sibling>
    <child></child>
</parent>

The trick is to give the sibling the same size and position as the parent and to style the sibling instead of the parent. This will look like the parent is styled!

Now, how to style the sibling?

When the child is hovered, the parent is too, but the sibling is not. The same goes for the sibling. This concludes in three possible CSS selector paths for styling the sibling:

parent sibling { }
parent sibling:hover { }
parent:hover sibling { }

These different paths allow for some nice possibilities. For instance, unleashing this trick on the example in the question results in this fiddle:

div {position: relative}
div:hover {background: salmon}
div p:hover {background: white}
div p {padding-bottom: 26px}
div button {position: absolute; bottom: 0}

Style parent image example

Obviously, in most cases this trick depends on the use of absolute positioning to give the sibling the same size as the parent, ánd still let the child appear within the parent.

Sometimes it is necessary to use a more qualified selector path in order to select a specific element, as shown in this fiddle which implements the trick multiple times in a tree menu. Quite nice really.

fcntl substitute on Windows

Although this does not help you right away, there is an alternative that can work with both Unix (fcntl) and Windows (win32 api calls), called: portalocker

It describes itself as a cross-platform (posix/nt) API for flock-style file locking for Python. It basically maps fcntl to win32 api calls.

The original code at http://code.activestate.com/recipes/65203/ can now be installed as a separate package - https://pypi.python.org/pypi/portalocker

What's the difference between an Angular component and module

Components control views (html). They also communicate with other components and services to bring functionality to your app.

Modules consist of one or more components. They do not control any html. Your modules declare which components can be used by components belonging to other modules, which classes will be injected by the dependency injector and which component gets bootstrapped. Modules allow you to manage your components to bring modularity to your app.

PHP check if url parameter exists

if(isset($_GET['id']))
{
    // Do something
}

You want something like that

Adding a newline character within a cell (CSV)

I was concatenating the variable and adding multiple items in same row. so below code work for me. "\n" new line code is mandatory to add first and last of each line if you will add it on last only it will append last 1-2 character to new lines.

  $itemCode =  '';
foreach($returnData['repairdetail'] as $checkkey=>$repairDetailData){

    if($checkkey >0){
        $itemCode   .= "\n".trim(@$repairDetailData['ItemMaster']->Item_Code)."\n";
    }else{
        $itemCode   .= "\n".trim(@$repairDetailData['ItemMaster']->Item_Code)."\n";             
    }
    $repairDetaile[]= array(
        $itemCode,
    )
}
// pass all array to here 
foreach ($repairDetaile as $csvData) { 
    fputcsv($csv_file,$csvData,',','"');
}
fclose($csv_file);  

ToList()-- does it create a new list?

A new list is created but the items in it are references to the orginal items (just like in the original list). Changes to the list itself are independent, but to the items will find the change in both lists.

How to pass a view's onClick event to its parent on Android?

If your TextView create click issues, than remove android:inputType="" from your xml file.

Check if date is in the past Javascript

To make the answer more re-usable for things other than just the datepicker change function you can create a prototype to handle this for you.

// safety check to see if the prototype name is already defined
Function.prototype.method = function (name, func) {
    if (!this.prototype[name]) {
        this.prototype[name] = func;
        return this;
    }
};
Date.method('inPast', function () {
    return this < new Date($.now());// the $.now() requires jQuery
});

// including this prototype as using in example
Date.method('addDays', function (days) {
    var date = new Date(this);
    date.setDate(date.getDate() + (days));    
    return date;
});

If you dont like the safety check you can use the conventional way to define prototypes:

Date.prototype.inPast = function(){
    return this < new Date($.now());// the $.now() requires jQuery
}

Example Usage

var dt = new Date($.now());
var yesterday = dt.addDays(-1);
var tomorrow = dt.addDays(1);
console.log('Yesterday: ' + yesterday.inPast());
console.log('Tomorrow: ' + tomorrow.inPast());

Raw_Input() Is Not Defined

For Python 3.x, use input(). For Python 2.x, use raw_input(). Don't forget you can add a prompt string in your input() call to create one less print statement. input("GUESS THAT NUMBER!").

MySQL add days to a date

SELECT DATE_ADD(CURDATE(), INTERVAL 2 DAY)

Adding days to a date in Python

Import timedelta and date first.

from datetime import timedelta, date

And date.today() will return today's datetime, may be you want

EndDate = date.today() + timedelta(days=10)

Benefits of using the conditional ?: (ternary) operator

The conditional operator is great for short conditions, like this:

varA = boolB ? valC : valD;

I use it occasionally because it takes less time to write something that way... unfortunately, this branching can sometimes be missed by another developer browsing over your code. Plus, code isn't usually that short, so I usually help readability by putting the ? and : on separate lines, like this:

doSomeStuffToSomething(shouldSomethingBeDone()
    ? getTheThingThatNeedsStuffDone()
    : getTheOtherThingThatNeedsStuffDone());

However, the big advantage to using if/else blocks (and why I prefer them) is that it's easier to come in later and add some additional logic to the branch,

if (shouldSomethingBeDone()) {
    doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
    doSomeAdditionalStuff();
} else {
doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheOtherThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
}

or add another condition:

if (shouldSomethingBeDone()) {
    doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
    doSomeAdditionalStuff();
} else if (shouldThisOtherThingBeDone()){
    doSomeStuffToSomething(getTheOtherThingThatNeedsStuffDone());
}

So, in the end, it's about convenience for you now (shorter to use :?) vs. convenience for you (and others) later. It's a judgment call... but like all other code-formatting issues, the only real rule is to be consistent, and be visually courteous to those who have to maintain (or grade!) your code.

(all code eye-compiled)

SSRS Query execution failed for dataset

I got same error but this worked and solved my problem

If report is connected to Analysis server then give required permission to the user (who is accessing reporting server to view the the reports) in your model of analysis server. To do this add user in roles of model or cube and deploy the model to your analysis server.

gcc/g++: "No such file or directory"

this works for me, sudo apt-get install libx11-dev

SOAP-ERROR: Parsing WSDL: Couldn't load from <URL>

Similar error as well. Realized I had an .htpasswd setup for the particular host. Uncommented it from the .htaccess file and worked fine.

Where can I find a NuGet package for upgrading to System.Web.Http v5.0.0.0?

You need the Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi.Core package.

You can see it in the .csproj file:

<Reference Include="System.Web.Http, Version=5.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35, processorArchitecture=MSIL">
  <SpecificVersion>False</SpecificVersion>
  <HintPath>..\packages\Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi.Core.5.0.0\lib\net45\System.Web.Http.dll</HintPath>
</Reference>

How do I find Waldo with Mathematica?

I've found Waldo!

waldo had been found

How I've done it

First, I'm filtering out all colours that aren't red

waldo = Import["http://www.findwaldo.com/fankit/graphics/IntlManOfLiterature/Scenes/DepartmentStore.jpg"];
red = Fold[ImageSubtract, #[[1]], Rest[#]] &@ColorSeparate[waldo];

Next, I'm calculating the correlation of this image with a simple black and white pattern to find the red and white transitions in the shirt.

corr = ImageCorrelate[red, 
   Image@Join[ConstantArray[1, {2, 4}], ConstantArray[0, {2, 4}]], 
   NormalizedSquaredEuclideanDistance];

I use Binarize to pick out the pixels in the image with a sufficiently high correlation and draw white circle around them to emphasize them using Dilation

pos = Dilation[ColorNegate[Binarize[corr, .12]], DiskMatrix[30]];

I had to play around a little with the level. If the level is too high, too many false positives are picked out.

Finally I'm combining this result with the original image to get the result above

found = ImageMultiply[waldo, ImageAdd[ColorConvert[pos, "GrayLevel"], .5]]

Rounding up to next power of 2

You might find the following clarification to be helpful towards your purpose:

Customize Bootstrap checkboxes

As others have said, the style you're after is actually just the Mac OS checkbox style, so it will look radically different on other devices.

In fact both screenshots you linked show what checkboxes look like on Mac OS in Chrome, the grey one is shown at non-100% zoom levels.

Functional programming vs Object Oriented programming

When do you choose functional programming over object oriented?

When you anticipate a different kind of software evolution:

  • Object-oriented languages are good when you have a fixed set of operations on things, and as your code evolves, you primarily add new things. This can be accomplished by adding new classes which implement existing methods, and the existing classes are left alone.

  • Functional languages are good when you have a fixed set of things, and as your code evolves, you primarily add new operations on existing things. This can be accomplished by adding new functions which compute with existing data types, and the existing functions are left alone.

When evolution goes the wrong way, you have problems:

  • Adding a new operation to an object-oriented program may require editing many class definitions to add a new method.

  • Adding a new kind of thing to a functional program may require editing many function definitions to add a new case.

This problem has been well known for many years; in 1998, Phil Wadler dubbed it the "expression problem". Although some researchers think that the expression problem can be addressed with such language features as mixins, a widely accepted solution has yet to hit the mainstream.

What are the typical problem definitions where functional programming is a better choice?

Functional languages excel at manipulating symbolic data in tree form. A favorite example is compilers, where source and intermediate languages change seldom (mostly the same things), but compiler writers are always adding new translations and code improvements or optimizations (new operations on things). Compilation and translation more generally are "killer apps" for functional languages.

How to delete mysql database through shell command

In general, you can pass any query to mysql from shell with -e option.

mysql -u username -p -D dbname -e "DROP DATABASE dbname"

How to convert Varchar to Double in sql?

use DECIMAL() or NUMERIC() as they are fixed precision and scale numbers.

SELECT fullName, 
       CAST(totalBal as DECIMAL(9,2)) _totalBal
FROM client_info 
ORDER BY _totalBal DESC

Xcode "Build and Archive" from command line

I found some of the other answers here hard to get going. This article did if for me. Some paths may need to be absolute, as mentioned in the other answers.

The Command:

xcrun -sdk iphoneos PackageApplication \
    "/path/to/build/MyApp.app" \
    -o "output/path/to/MyApp.ipa" \
    --sign "iPhone Distribution: My Company" \
    --embed "/path/to/something.mobileprovision"

gem install: Failed to build gem native extension (can't find header files)

it seems that the

yum install ruby-devel

was enough for me to perform

gem install datamapper

afterwards.

It's possible that you will need to install another packages:

yum install gcc gcc-c++

to be able to build native extensions

How do I replace text in a selection?

First, select the portion of the text containing the bits you want to change. On Windows (sorry) it's Ctrl + H or Find > Replace... This opens up the Find/Replace boxes at the bottom of the file. Enter your details then click Replace All (or Ctrl + Alt + Enter)

Better way to set distance between flexbox items

I find the easiest way of doing this is with percentages and just allowing the margin to tally up your width

This means you end up with something like this if you where using your example

#box {
   display: flex;
}

.item {
   flex: 1 1 23%;
   margin: 0 1%;
}

Does mean your values are based on the width though which might not be good for everybody.

Java Spring Boot: How to map my app root (“/”) to index.html?

It would have worked out of the box if you hadn't used @EnableWebMvc annotation. When you do that you switch off all the things that Spring Boot does for you in WebMvcAutoConfiguration. You could remove that annotation, or you could add back the view controller that you switched off:

@Override
public void addViewControllers(ViewControllerRegistry registry) {
    registry.addViewController("/").setViewName("forward:/index.html");
}

Tomcat 7: How to set initial heap size correctly?

You must not use =. Simply use this:

export CATALINA_OPTS="-Xms512M -Xmx1024M"

XMLHttpRequest Origin null is not allowed Access-Control-Allow-Origin for file:/// to file:/// (Serverless)

If you only need to access the files locally then you can include the exact path to the file, rather than using

../images/img.jpg

use

C:/Users/username/directoryToImg/img.jpg

The reason CORS is happening is because you are trying to traverse to another directory within a webpage, by including the direct path you are not changing directory, you are pulling from a direct location.

How to Avoid Response.End() "Thread was being aborted" Exception during the Excel file download

Just put the

Response.End();

within a finally block instead of within the try block.

This has worked for me!!!.

I had the following problematic (with the Exception) code structure

...
Response.Clear();
...
...
try{
 if (something){
   Reponse.Write(...);
   Response.End();

   return;

 } 

 some_more_code...

 Reponse.Write(...);
 Response.End();

}
catch(Exception){
}
finally{}

and it throws the exception. I suspect the Exception is thrown where there is code / work to execute after response.End(); . In my case the extra code was just the return itself.

When I just moved the response.End(); to the finally block (and left the return in its place - which causes skipping the rest of code in the try block and jumping to the finally block (not just exiting the containing function) ) the Exception ceased to take place.

The following works OK:

...
Response.Clear();
...
...
try{
 if (something){
   Reponse.Write(...);

   return;

 } 

 some_more_code...

 Reponse.Write(...);

}
catch(Exception){
}
finally{
    Response.End();
}

What's a simple way to get a text input popup dialog box on an iPhone

Add views to a UIAlertView like this. In iOS 5 there are some "magic" things that do it for you (but that's all under NDA).

Unique Key constraints for multiple columns in Entity Framework

If you're using Code-First, you can implement a custom extension HasUniqueIndexAnnotation

using System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations.Schema;
using System.Data.Entity.Infrastructure.Annotations;
using System.Data.Entity.ModelConfiguration.Configuration;

internal static class TypeConfigurationExtensions
{
    public static PrimitivePropertyConfiguration HasUniqueIndexAnnotation(
        this PrimitivePropertyConfiguration property, 
        string indexName,
        int columnOrder)
    {
        var indexAttribute = new IndexAttribute(indexName, columnOrder) { IsUnique = true };
        var indexAnnotation = new IndexAnnotation(indexAttribute);

        return property.HasColumnAnnotation(IndexAnnotation.AnnotationName, indexAnnotation);
    }
}

Then use it like so:

this.Property(t => t.Email)
    .HasColumnName("Email")
    .HasMaxLength(250)
    .IsRequired()
    .HasUniqueIndexAnnotation("UQ_User_EmailPerApplication", 0);

this.Property(t => t.ApplicationId)
    .HasColumnName("ApplicationId")
    .HasUniqueIndexAnnotation("UQ_User_EmailPerApplication", 1);

Which will result in this migration:

public override void Up()
{
    CreateIndex("dbo.User", new[] { "Email", "ApplicationId" }, unique: true, name: "UQ_User_EmailPerApplication");
}

public override void Down()
{
    DropIndex("dbo.User", "UQ_User_EmailPerApplication");
}

And eventually end up in database as:

CREATE UNIQUE NONCLUSTERED INDEX [UQ_User_EmailPerApplication] ON [dbo].[User]
(
    [Email] ASC,
    [ApplicationId] ASC
)

CSS center display inline block?

I just changed 2 parameters:

.wrap {
    display: block;
    width:661px;
}

Live Demo

LDAP Authentication using Java

You will have to provide the entire user dn in SECURITY_PRINCIPAL

like this

env.put(Context.SECURITY_PRINCIPAL, "cn=username,ou=testOu,o=test"); 

How can I check if a scrollbar is visible?

Works on Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Opera, at least in the newer versions.

Using JQuery...

Setup this function to fix the footer:

function fixFooterCaller()
{
    const body = $('body');
    const footer = $('body footer');

    return function ()
    {
        // If the scroll bar is visible
        if ($(document).height() > $(window).height())
        {
            // Reset
            footer.css('position', 'inherit');
            // Erase the padding added in the above code
            body.css('padding-bottom', '0');
        }
        // If the scrollbar is NOT visible
        else
        {
            // Make it fixed at the bottom
            footer.css('position', 'fixed');
            // And put a padding to the body as the size of the footer
            // This makes the footer do not cover the content and when
            // it does, this event fix it
            body.css('padding-bottom', footer.outerHeight());
        }
    }
}

It returns a function. Made this way just to set the body and footer once.

And then, set this when the document is ready.

$(document).ready(function ()
{
    const fixFooter = fixFooterCaller();

    // Put in a timeout call instead of just call the fixFooter function
    // to prevent the page elements needed don't be ready at this time
    setTimeout(fixFooter, 0);
    // The function must be called every time the window is resized
    $(window).resize(fixFooter);
});

Add this to your footer css:

footer {
    bottom: 0;
}

Bash script to run php script

The bash script should be something like this:

#!/bin/bash
/usr/bin/php /path/to/php/file.php

You need the php executable (usually found in /usr/bin) and the path of the php script to be ran. Now you only have to put this bash script on crontab and you're done!

How to format date with hours, minutes and seconds when using jQuery UI Datepicker?

_x000D_
_x000D_
$(function() {_x000D_
    $('#datepicker').datepicker({ dateFormat: 'yy-d-m ' }).val();_x000D_
});
_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.9.2/themes/base/jquery-ui.css">_x000D_
  <title>snippet</title>_x000D_
</head>_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
_x000D_
  <input type="text" id="datepicker">_x000D_
_x000D_
  <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js"></script>_x000D_
  <script src="https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.9.2/jquery-ui.min.js"></script>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to enable Logger.debug() in Log4j

You probably have a log4j.properties file somewhere in the project. In that file you can configure which level of debug output you want. See this example:

log4j.rootLogger=info, console

log4j.appender.console=org.apache.log4j.ConsoleAppender
log4j.appender.console.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.console.layout.ConversionPattern=%-4r [%t] %-5p %c %x - %m%n

log4j.logger.com.example=debug

The first line sets the log level for the root logger to "info", i.e. only info, warn, error and fatal will be printed to the console (which is the appender defined a little below that).

The last line sets the logger for com.example.* (if you get your loggers via LogFactory.getLogger(getClass())) will be at debug level, i.e. debug will also be printed.

Importing PNG files into Numpy?

Using a (very) commonly used package is prefered:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
im = plt.imread('image.png')

Difference between "@id/" and "@+id/" in Android

If the view item performs the same operation, you can use the @+id for each entry in any layout because during the compilation of multiple @+id/foo the R.java file only creates one enumeration. So for example, if I have a save button on each page that performs the same operation, I use android:id="@+id/button_save" in each layout. The R.java file only has one entry for the button_save.

git: fatal unable to auto-detect email address

If git config --global user.email "[email protected]" git config --global user.name "github_username"

Dont work like in my case, you can use:

git config --replace-all user.email "[email protected]"
git config --replace-all user.name "github_username"

How to improve performance of ngRepeat over a huge dataset (angular.js)?

If all your rows have equal height, you should definitely take a look at the virtualizing ng-repeat: http://kamilkp.github.io/angular-vs-repeat/

This demo looks very promising (and it supports inertial scrolling)

How can I disable the default console handler, while using the java logging API?

This is strange but Logger.getLogger("global") does not work in my setup (as well as Logger.getLogger(Logger.GLOBAL_LOGGER_NAME)).

However Logger.getLogger("") does the job well.

Hope this info also helps somebody...

While, Do While, For loops in Assembly Language (emu8086)

For-loops:

For-loop in C:

for(int x = 0; x<=3; x++)
{
    //Do something!
}

The same loop in 8086 assembler:

        xor cx,cx   ; cx-register is the counter, set to 0
loop1   nop         ; Whatever you wanna do goes here, should not change cx
        inc cx      ; Increment
        cmp cx,3    ; Compare cx to the limit
        jle loop1   ; Loop while less or equal

That is the loop if you need to access your index (cx). If you just wanna to something 0-3=4 times but you do not need the index, this would be easier:

        mov cx,4    ; 4 iterations
loop1   nop         ; Whatever you wanna do goes here, should not change cx
        loop loop1  ; loop instruction decrements cx and jumps to label if not 0

If you just want to perform a very simple instruction a constant amount of times, you could also use an assembler-directive which will just hardcore that instruction

times 4 nop

Do-while-loops

Do-while-loop in C:

int x=1;
do{
    //Do something!
}
while(x==1)

The same loop in assembler:

        mov ax,1
loop1   nop         ; Whatever you wanna do goes here
        cmp ax,1    ; Check wether cx is 1
        je loop1    ; And loop if equal

While-loops

While-loop in C:

while(x==1){
    //Do something
}

The same loop in assembler:

        jmp loop1   ; Jump to condition first
cloop1  nop         ; Execute the content of the loop
loop1   cmp ax,1    ; Check the condition
        je cloop1   ; Jump to content of the loop if met

For the for-loops you should take the cx-register because it is pretty much standard. For the other loop conditions you can take a register of your liking. Of course replace the no-operation instruction with all the instructions you wanna perform in the loop.

How do I get the classes of all columns in a data frame?

One option is to use lapply and class. For example:

> foo <- data.frame(c("a", "b"), c(1, 2))
> names(foo) <- c("SomeFactor", "SomeNumeric")
> lapply(foo, class)
$SomeFactor
[1] "factor"

$SomeNumeric
[1] "numeric"

Another option is str:

> str(foo)
'data.frame':   2 obs. of  2 variables:
 $ SomeFactor : Factor w/ 2 levels "a","b": 1 2
 $ SomeNumeric: num  1 2

How to delete rows from a pandas DataFrame based on a conditional expression

When you do len(df['column name']) you are just getting one number, namely the number of rows in the DataFrame (i.e., the length of the column itself). If you want to apply len to each element in the column, use df['column name'].map(len). So try

df[df['column name'].map(len) < 2]

How to properly overload the << operator for an ostream?

Assuming that we're talking about overloading operator << for all classes derived from std::ostream to handle the Matrix class (and not overloading << for Matrix class), it makes more sense to declare the overload function outside the Math namespace in the header.

Use a friend function only if the functionality cannot be achieved via the public interfaces.

Matrix.h

namespace Math { 
    class Matrix { 
        //...
    };  
}
std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream&, const Math::Matrix&);

Note that the operator overload is declared outside the namespace.

Matrix.cpp

using namespace Math;
using namespace std;

ostream& operator<< (ostream& os, const Matrix& obj) {
    os << obj.getXYZ() << obj.getABC() << '\n';
    return os;
}

On the other hand, if your overload function does need to be made a friend i.e. needs access to private and protected members.

Math.h

namespace Math {
    class Matrix {
        public:
            friend std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream&, const Matrix&);
    };
}

You need to enclose the function definition with a namespace block instead of just using namespace Math;.

Matrix.cpp

using namespace Math;
using namespace std;

namespace Math {
    ostream& operator<<(ostream& os, const Matrix& obj) {
        os << obj.XYZ << obj.ABC << '\n';
        return os;
    }                 
}

Android: Cancel Async Task

FOUND THE SOLUTION: I added an action listener before uploadingDialog.show() like this:

    uploadingDialog.setOnCancelListener(new DialogInterface.OnCancelListener(){
          public void onCancel(DialogInterface dialog) {
              myTask.cancel(true);
              //finish();
          }
    });

That way when I press the back button, the above OnCancelListener cancels both dialog and task. Also you can add finish() if you want to finish the whole activity on back pressed. Remember to declare your async task as a variable like this:

    MyAsyncTask myTask=null;

and execute your async task like this:

    myTask = new MyAsyncTask();
    myTask.execute();

Using a Python subprocess call to invoke a Python script

Check out this.

from subprocess import call 
with open('directory_of_logfile/logfile.txt', 'w') as f:
   call(['python', 'directory_of_called_python_file/called_python_file.py'], stdout=f)

phpmyadmin "Not Found" after install on Apache, Ubuntu

If you are having this problem in 2019, go to your 000-default.conf file, by typing this subl /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf (in your terminal to open the file in sublime editor)

When the file loads, locate "The ServerName directive sets the request scheme" and place this "Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf" on top .

Then restart your apache with the command...service apache2 restart That will certainly fix the issue. Hope it helps!

Is it possible to focus on a <div> using JavaScript focus() function?

I wanted to suggest something like Michael Shimmin's but without hardcoding things like the element, or the CSS that is applied to it.

I'm only using jQuery for add/remove class, if you don't want to use jquery, you just need a replacement for add/removeClass

--Javascript

function highlight(el, durationMs) { 
  el = $(el);
  el.addClass('highlighted');
  setTimeout(function() {
    el.removeClass('highlighted')
  }, durationMs || 1000);
}

highlight(document.getElementById('tries'));

--CSS

#tries {
    border: 1px solid gray;
}

#tries.highlighted {
    border: 3px solid red;
}

How to compare each item in a list with the rest, only once?

Use itertools.combinations(mylist, 2)

mylist = range(5)
for x,y in itertools.combinations(mylist, 2):
    print x,y

0 1
0 2
0 3
0 4
1 2
1 3
1 4
2 3
2 4
3 4

Can a table row expand and close?

You could do it like this:

HTML

<table>
    <tr>
        <td>Cell 1</td>
        <td>Cell 2</td>
        <td>Cell 3</td>
        <td>Cell 4</td>
        <td><a href="#" id="show_1">Show Extra</a></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
        <td colspan="5">
            <div id="extra_1" style="display: none;">
                <br>hidden row
                <br>hidden row
                <br>hidden row
            </div>
        </td>
    </tr>
</table>

jQuery

$("a[id^=show_]").click(function(event) {
    $("#extra_" + $(this).attr('id').substr(5)).slideToggle("slow");
    event.preventDefault();
});

See a demo on JSFiddle

How to correctly set Http Request Header in Angular 2

The simpler and current approach for adding header to a single request is:

// Step 1

const yourHeader: HttpHeaders = new HttpHeaders({
    Authorization: 'Bearer JWT-token'
});

// POST request

this.http.post(url, body, { headers: yourHeader });

// GET request

this.http.get(url, { headers: yourHeader });

Proper way to restrict text input values (e.g. only numbers)

In html:

 <input (keypress)="onlyNumber(event)"/>

In Component:

onlyNumber(evt) {
    evt = (evt) ? evt : window.event;
    var charCode = (evt.which) ? evt.which : evt.keyCode;
    if (charCode > 31 && (charCode < 48 || charCode > 57)) {
        return false;
    }
    return true;
}