Programs & Examples On #Clr4.0

WPF Binding to parent DataContext

Because of things like this, as a general rule of thumb, I try to avoid as much XAML "trickery" as possible and keep the XAML as dumb and simple as possible and do the rest in the ViewModel (or attached properties or IValueConverters etc. if really necessary).

If possible I would give the ViewModel of the current DataContext a reference (i.e. property) to the relevant parent ViewModel

public class ThisViewModel : ViewModelBase
{
    TypeOfAncestorViewModel Parent { get; set; }
}

and bind against that directly instead.

<TextBox Text="{Binding Parent}" />

Print string and variable contents on the same line in R

As other users said, cat() is probably the best option.

@krlmlr suggested using sprintf() and it's currently the third ranked answer. sprintf() is not a good idea. From R documentation:

The format string is passed down the OS's sprintf function, and incorrect formats can cause the latter to crash the R process.

There is no good reason to use sprintf() over cat or other options.

How can I check if a string is null or empty in PowerShell?

I have a PowerShell script I have to run on a computer so out of date that it doesn't have [String]::IsNullOrWhiteSpace(), so I wrote my own.

function IsNullOrWhitespace($str)
{
    if ($str)
    {
        return ($str -replace " ","" -replace "`t","").Length -eq 0
    }
    else
    {
        return $TRUE
    }
}

ORA-28040: No matching authentication protocol exception

Adding

SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_SERVER = 8

is the perfect solution sql.ora directory ..\product\12.1.0\dbhome_1\NETWORK\ADMIN

Get textarea text with javascript or Jquery

To get the value from a textarea with an id you just have to do

Edited

$("#area1").val();

If you are having more than one element with the same id in the document then the HTML is invalid.

how to install tensorflow on anaconda python 3.6

UPDATE: TensorFlow supports Python 3.6 on Windows since version 1.2.0 (see the release notes)


TensorFlow only supports Python 3.5 64-bit as of now. Support for Python 3.6 is a work in progress and you can track it here as well as chime in the discussion.

The only alternative to use Python 3.6 with TensorFlow on Windows currently is building TF from source.

If you don't want to uninstall your Anaconda distribution for Python 3.6 and install a previous release you can create a conda environment for Python=3.5 as in: conda create --name tensorflow python=3.5 activate tensorflow pip install tensorflow-gpu

Could not find folder 'tools' inside SDK

In my case i was using Ubuntu. Where the was two directories one was /android-sdks and /android-sdk-linux. I used the second one it works for me :)

Use of PUT vs PATCH methods in REST API real life scenarios

The difference between PUT and PATCH is that:

  1. PUT is required to be idempotent. In order to achieve that, you have to put the entire complete resource in the request body.
  2. PATCH can be non-idempotent. Which implies it can also be idempotent in some cases, such as the cases you described.

PATCH requires some "patch language" to tell the server how to modify the resource. The caller and the server need to define some "operations" such as "add", "replace", "delete". For example:

GET /contacts/1
{
  "id": 1,
  "name": "Sam Kwee",
  "email": "[email protected]",
  "state": "NY",
  "zip": "10001"
}

PATCH /contacts/1
{
 [{"operation": "add", "field": "address", "value": "123 main street"},
  {"operation": "replace", "field": "email", "value": "[email protected]"},
  {"operation": "delete", "field": "zip"}]
}

GET /contacts/1
{
  "id": 1,
  "name": "Sam Kwee",
  "email": "[email protected]",
  "state": "NY",
  "address": "123 main street",
}

Instead of using explicit "operation" fields, the patch language can make it implicit by defining conventions like:

in the PATCH request body:

  1. The existence of a field means "replace" or "add" that field.
  2. If the value of a field is null, it means delete that field.

With the above convention, the PATCH in the example can take the following form:

PATCH /contacts/1
{
  "address": "123 main street",
  "email": "[email protected]",
  "zip":
}

Which looks more concise and user-friendly. But the users need to be aware of the underlying convention.

With the operations I mentioned above, the PATCH is still idempotent. But if you define operations like: "increment" or "append", you can easily see it won't be idempotent anymore.

How to get String Array from arrays.xml file

Your array.xml is not right. change it to like this

Here is array.xml file

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>  
<resources>  
    <string-array name="testArray">  
        <item>first</item>  
        <item>second</item>  
        <item>third</item>  
        <item>fourth</item>  
        <item>fifth</item>  
   </string-array>
</resources>

jquery json to string?

Edit: You should use the json2.js library from Douglas Crockford instead of implementing the code below. It provides some extra features and better/older browser support.

Grab the json2.js file from: https://github.com/douglascrockford/JSON-js


// implement JSON.stringify serialization
JSON.stringify = JSON.stringify || function (obj) {
    var t = typeof (obj);
    if (t != "object" || obj === null) {
        // simple data type
        if (t == "string") obj = '"'+obj+'"';
        return String(obj);
    }
    else {
        // recurse array or object
        var n, v, json = [], arr = (obj && obj.constructor == Array);
        for (n in obj) {
            v = obj[n]; t = typeof(v);
            if (t == "string") v = '"'+v+'"';
            else if (t == "object" && v !== null) v = JSON.stringify(v);
            json.push((arr ? "" : '"' + n + '":') + String(v));
        }
        return (arr ? "[" : "{") + String(json) + (arr ? "]" : "}");
    }
};

var tmp = {one: 1, two: "2"};
JSON.stringify(tmp); // '{"one":1,"two":"2"}'

Code from: http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/08/19/javascript-json-serialization/

How to convert characters to HTML entities using plain JavaScript

Having a lookup table with a bazillion replace() calls is slow and not maintainable.

Fortunately, the build-in escape() function also encodes most of the same characters, and puts them in a consistent format (%XX, where XX is the hex value of the character).

So, you can let escape() method do most of the work for you and just change its answer to be HTML entities instead of URL-escaped characters:

htmlescaped = escape(mystring).replace(/%(..)/g,"&#x$1;");

This uses the hex format for escaping values rather than the named entities, but for storing and displaying the values, it works just as well as named entities.

Of course, escape also escapes characters you don't need to escape in HTML (spaces, for instance), but you can unescape them with a few replace calls.

Edit: I like bucabay's answer better than my own... handles a larger range of characters, and requires no hacking afterward to get spaces, slashes, etc. unescaped.

Why does the html input with type "number" allow the letter 'e' to be entered in the field?

Using angular, You can do this to restrict to enter e,+,-,E

 <input type="number"  (keypress)="numericOnly($event)"/>


  numericOnly(event): boolean { // restrict e,+,-,E characters in  input type number
    debugger
    const charCode = (event.which) ? event.which : event.keyCode;
    if (charCode == 101 || charCode == 69 || charCode == 45 || charCode == 43) {
      return false;
    }
    return true;

  }

Python: Tuples/dictionaries as keys, select, sort

This type of data is efficiently pulled from a Trie-like data structure. It also allows for fast sorting. The memory efficiency might not be that great though.

A traditional trie stores each letter of a word as a node in the tree. But in your case your "alphabet" is different. You are storing strings instead of characters.

it might look something like this:

root:                Root
                     /|\
                    / | \
                   /  |  \     
fruit:       Banana Apple Strawberry
              / |      |     \
             /  |      |      \
color:     Blue Yellow Green  Blue
            /   |       |       \
           /    |       |        \
end:      24   100      12        0

see this link: trie in python

PHP - add 1 day to date format mm-dd-yyyy

use http://www.php.net/manual/en/datetime.add.php like

$date = date_create('2000-01-01');
date_add($date, date_interval_create_from_date_string('1 days'));
echo date_format($date, 'Y-m-d');

output

2000-01-2

Return JsonResult from web api without its properties

return JsonConvert.SerializeObject(images.ToList(), Formatting.None, new JsonSerializerSettings { PreserveReferencesHandling = PreserveReferencesHandling.None, ReferenceLoopHandling = ReferenceLoopHandling.Ignore });


using Newtonsoft.Json;

how to sort order of LEFT JOIN in SQL query?

Try using MAX with a GROUP BY.

SELECT u.userName, MAX(c.carPrice)
FROM users u
    LEFT JOIN cars c ON u.id = c.belongsToUser
WHERE u.id = 4;
GROUP BY u.userName;

Further information on GROUP BY

The group by clause is used to split the selected records into groups based on unique combinations of the group by columns. This then allows us to use aggregate functions (eg. MAX, MIN, SUM, AVG, ...) that will be applied to each group of records in turn. The database will return a single result record for each grouping.

For example, if we have a set of records representing temperatures over time and location in a table like this:

Location   Time    Temperature
--------   ----    -----------
London     12:00          10.0
Bristol    12:00          12.0
Glasgow    12:00           5.0
London     13:00          14.0
Bristol    13:00          13.0
Glasgow    13:00           7.0
...

Then if we want to find the maximum temperature by location, then we need to split the temperature records into groupings, where each record in a particular group has the same location. We then want to find the maximum temperature of each group. The query to do this would be as follows:

SELECT Location, MAX(Temperature)
FROM Temperatures
GROUP BY Location;

Error: Configuration with name 'default' not found in Android Studio

I also faced the same problem and the problem was that the libraries were missing in some of the following files.

settings.gradle, app/build.gradle, package.json, MainApplication.java

Suppose the library is react-native-vector-icons then it should be mentioned in following files;

In app/build.gradle file under dependencies section add:

compile project(':react-native-vector-icons')

In settings.gradle file under android folder, add the following:

include ':react-native-vector-icons' project(':react-native-vector-icons').projectDir = new File(rootProject.projectDir, '../node_modules/react-native-vector-icons/android')

In MainApplication.java, add the following:

Import the dependency: import com.oblador.vectoricons.VectorIconsPackage;

and then add: new VectorIconsPackage() in getPackages() method.

jquery save json data object in cookie

Try this one: https://github.com/tantau-horia/jquery-SuperCookie

Quick Usage:

create - create cookie

check - check existance

verify - verify cookie value if JSON

check_index - verify if index exists in JSON

read_values - read cookie value as string

read_JSON - read cookie value as JSON object

read_value - read value of index stored in JSON object

replace_value - replace value from a specified index stored in JSON object

remove_value - remove value and index stored in JSON object

Just use:

$.super_cookie().create("name_of_the_cookie",name_field_1:"value1",name_field_2:"value2"});
$.super_cookie().read_json("name_of_the_cookie");

How to change menu item text dynamically in Android

You can do it like this, and no need to dedicate variable:

Toolbar toolbar = findViewById(R.id.toolbar);
Menu menu = toolbar.getMenu();
MenuItem menuItem = menu.findItem(R.id.some_action);
menuItem.setTitle("New title");

Or a little simplified:

MenuItem menuItem = ((Toolbar)findViewById(R.id.toolbar)).getMenu().findItem(R.id.some_action);
menuItem.setTitle("New title");

It works only - after the menu created.

Line continue character in C#

You must use one of the following ways:

    string s = @"loooooooooooooooooooooooong loooooong
                  long long long";

string s = "loooooooooong loooong" +
           " long long" ;

Excel to JSON javascript code?

@Kwang-Chun Kang Thanks Kang a lot! I found the solution is working and very helpful, it really save my day. For me I am trying to create a React.js component that convert *.xlsx to json object when user upload the excel file to a html input tag. First I need to install XLSX package with:

npm install xlsx --save

Then in my component code, import with:

import XLSX from 'xlsx'

The component UI should look like this:

<input
  accept=".xlsx"
  type="file"
  onChange={this.fileReader}
/>

It calls a function fileReader(), which is exactly same as the solution provided. To learn more about fileReader API, I found this blog to be helpful: https://blog.teamtreehouse.com/reading-files-using-the-html5-filereader-api

Create a list from two object lists with linq

I noticed that this question was not marked as answered after 2 years - I think the closest answer is Richards, but it can be simplified quite a lot to this:

list1.Concat(list2)
    .ToLookup(p => p.Name)
    .Select(g => g.Aggregate((p1, p2) => new Person 
    {
        Name = p1.Name,
        Value = p1.Value, 
        Change = p2.Value - p1.Value 
    }));

Although this won't error in the case where you have duplicate names in either set.

Some other answers have suggested using unioning - this is definitely not the way to go as it will only get you a distinct list, without doing the combining.

How to remove all event handlers from an event

From Removing All Event Handlers:

Directly no, in large part because you cannot simply set the event to null.

Indirectly, you could make the actual event private and create a property around it that tracks all of the delegates being added/subtracted to it.

Take the following:

List<EventHandler> delegates = new List<EventHandler>();

private event EventHandler MyRealEvent;

public event EventHandler MyEvent
{
    add
    {
        MyRealEvent += value;
        delegates.Add(value);
    }

    remove
    {
        MyRealEvent -= value;
        delegates.Remove(value);
    }
}

public void RemoveAllEvents()
{
    foreach(EventHandler eh in delegates)
    {
        MyRealEvent -= eh;
    }
    delegates.Clear();
}

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

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

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

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

Python Traceback (most recent call last)

In Python2, input is evaluated, input() is equivalent to eval(raw_input()). When you enter klj, Python tries to evaluate that name and raises an error because that name is not defined.

Use raw_input to get a string from the user in Python2.

Demo 1: klj is not defined:

>>> input()
klj
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'klj' is not defined

Demo 2: klj is defined:

>>> klj = 'hi'
>>> input()
klj
'hi'

Demo 3: getting a string with raw_input:

>>> raw_input()
klj
'klj'

How to add 30 minutes to a JavaScript Date object?

Maybe something like this?

_x000D_
_x000D_
var d = new Date();_x000D_
var v = new Date();_x000D_
v.setMinutes(d.getMinutes()+30);_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(v)
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

See whether an item appears more than once in a database column

How about:

select salesid from AXDelNotesNoTracking group by salesid having count(*) > 1;

XAMPP keeps showing Dashboard/Welcome Page instead of the Configuration Page

(MAC) check the /Applications/XAMPP/etc/httpd.conf file there is a section that by default is commented out. Search for "Virtual hosts". If you delete the # in the next line, like in the picture, you should just need to restart apache and then you're good to go. uncomment to allow virtual hosts

TextView bold via xml file?

Use android:textStyle="bold"

4 ways to make Android TextView Bold

like this

<TextView
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:layout_width="wrap_content"
android:textSize="12dip"
android:textStyle="bold"
/>

There are many ways to make Android TextView bold.

How to make a GridLayout fit screen size

Note: The information below the horizontal line is no longer accurate with the introduction of Android 'Lollipop' 5, as GridLayout does accommodate the principle of weights since API level 21.

Quoted from the Javadoc:

Excess Space Distribution

As of API 21, GridLayout's distribution of excess space accomodates the principle of weight. In the event that no weights are specified, the previous conventions are respected and columns and rows are taken as flexible if their views specify some form of alignment within their groups. The flexibility of a view is therefore influenced by its alignment which is, in turn, typically defined by setting the gravity property of the child's layout parameters. If either a weight or alignment were defined along a given axis then the component is taken as flexible in that direction. If no weight or alignment was set, the component is instead assumed to be inflexible.

Multiple components in the same row or column group are considered to act in parallel. Such a group is flexible only if all of the components within it are flexible. Row and column groups that sit either side of a common boundary are instead considered to act in series. The composite group made of these two elements is flexible if one of its elements is flexible.

To make a column stretch, make sure all of the components inside it define a weight or a gravity. To prevent a column from stretching, ensure that one of the components in the column does not define a weight or a gravity.

When the principle of flexibility does not provide complete disambiguation, GridLayout's algorithms favour rows and columns that are closer to its right and bottom edges. To be more precise, GridLayout treats each of its layout parameters as a constraint in the a set of variables that define the grid-lines along a given axis. During layout, GridLayout solves the constraints so as to return the unique solution to those constraints for which all variables are less-than-or-equal-to the corresponding value in any other valid solution.

It's also worth noting that android.support.v7.widget.GridLayout contains the same information. Unfortunately it doesn't mention which version of the support library it was introduced with, but the commit that adds the functionality can be tracked back to July 2014. In November 2014, improvements in weight calculation and a bug was fixed.

To be safe, make sure to import the latest version of the gridlayout-v7 library.


The principle of 'weights', as you're describing it, does not exist with GridLayout. This limitation is clearly mentioned in the documentation; excerpt below. That being said, there are some possibilities to use 'gravity' for excess space distribution. I suggest you have read through the linked documentation.

Limitations

GridLayout does not provide support for the principle of weight, as defined in weight. In general, it is not therefore possible to configure a GridLayout to distribute excess space in non-trivial proportions between multiple rows or columns. Some common use-cases may nevertheless be accommodated as follows. To place equal amounts of space around a component in a cell group; use CENTER alignment (or gravity). For complete control over excess space distribution in a row or column; use a LinearLayout subview to hold the components in the associated cell group. When using either of these techniques, bear in mind that cell groups may be defined to overlap.

For an example and some practical pointers, take a look at last year's blog post introducing the GridLayout widget.


Edit: I don't think there's an xml-based approach to scaling the tiles like in the Google Play app to 'squares' or 'rectangles' twice the length of those squares. However, it is certainly possible if you build your layout programmatically. All you really need to know in order two accomplish that is the device's screen dimensions.

Below a (very!) quick 'n dirty approximation of the tiled layout in the Google Play app.

Point size = new Point();
getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getSize(size);
int screenWidth = size.x;
int screenHeight = size.y;
int halfScreenWidth = (int)(screenWidth *0.5);
int quarterScreenWidth = (int)(halfScreenWidth * 0.5);

Spec row1 = GridLayout.spec(0, 2);
Spec row2 = GridLayout.spec(2);
Spec row3 = GridLayout.spec(3);
Spec row4 = GridLayout.spec(4, 2);

Spec col0 = GridLayout.spec(0);
Spec col1 = GridLayout.spec(1); 
Spec colspan2 = GridLayout.spec(0, 2);

GridLayout gridLayout = new GridLayout(this);
gridLayout.setColumnCount(2);
gridLayout.setRowCount(15);

TextView twoByTwo1 = new TextView(this);
GridLayout.LayoutParams first = new GridLayout.LayoutParams(row1, colspan2);
first.width = screenWidth;
first.height = quarterScreenWidth * 2;
twoByTwo1.setLayoutParams(first);
twoByTwo1.setGravity(Gravity.CENTER);
twoByTwo1.setBackgroundColor(Color.RED);
twoByTwo1.setText("TOP");
twoByTwo1.setTextAppearance(this, android.R.style.TextAppearance_Large);
gridLayout.addView(twoByTwo1, first);

TextView twoByOne1 = new TextView(this);
GridLayout.LayoutParams second = new GridLayout.LayoutParams(row2, col0);
second.width = halfScreenWidth;
second.height = quarterScreenWidth;
twoByOne1.setLayoutParams(second);
twoByOne1.setBackgroundColor(Color.BLUE);
twoByOne1.setText("Staff Choices");
twoByOne1.setTextAppearance(this, android.R.style.TextAppearance_Large);
gridLayout.addView(twoByOne1, second);

TextView twoByOne2 = new TextView(this);
GridLayout.LayoutParams third = new GridLayout.LayoutParams(row2, col1);
third.width = halfScreenWidth;
third.height = quarterScreenWidth;
twoByOne2.setLayoutParams(third);
twoByOne2.setBackgroundColor(Color.GREEN);
twoByOne2.setText("Games");
twoByOne2.setTextAppearance(this, android.R.style.TextAppearance_Large);
gridLayout.addView(twoByOne2, third);

TextView twoByOne3 = new TextView(this);
GridLayout.LayoutParams fourth = new GridLayout.LayoutParams(row3, col0);
fourth.width = halfScreenWidth;
fourth.height = quarterScreenWidth;
twoByOne3.setLayoutParams(fourth);
twoByOne3.setBackgroundColor(Color.YELLOW);
twoByOne3.setText("Editor's Choices");
twoByOne3.setTextAppearance(this, android.R.style.TextAppearance_Large_Inverse);
gridLayout.addView(twoByOne3, fourth);

TextView twoByOne4 = new TextView(this);
GridLayout.LayoutParams fifth = new GridLayout.LayoutParams(row3, col1);
fifth.width = halfScreenWidth;
fifth.height = quarterScreenWidth;
twoByOne4.setLayoutParams(fifth);
twoByOne4.setBackgroundColor(Color.MAGENTA);
twoByOne4.setText("Something Else");
twoByOne4.setTextAppearance(this, android.R.style.TextAppearance_Large);
gridLayout.addView(twoByOne4, fifth);

TextView twoByTwo2 = new TextView(this);
GridLayout.LayoutParams sixth = new GridLayout.LayoutParams(row4, colspan2);
sixth.width = screenWidth;
sixth.height = quarterScreenWidth * 2;
twoByTwo2.setLayoutParams(sixth);
twoByTwo2.setGravity(Gravity.CENTER);
twoByTwo2.setBackgroundColor(Color.WHITE);
twoByTwo2.setText("BOTOM");
twoByTwo2.setTextAppearance(this, android.R.style.TextAppearance_Large_Inverse);
gridLayout.addView(twoByTwo2, sixth);

The result will look somewhat like this (on my Galaxy Nexus):

Tiled layout using GridLayout

Easier way to debug a Windows service

Use the TopShelf library.

Create a console application then configure setup in your Main

class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            HostFactory.Run(x =>
            {

                // setup service start and stop.
                x.Service<Controller>(s =>
                {
                    s.ConstructUsing(name => new Controller());
                    s.WhenStarted(controller => controller.Start());
                    s.WhenStopped(controller => controller.Stop());
                });

                // setup recovery here
                x.EnableServiceRecovery(rc =>
                {
                    rc.RestartService(delayInMinutes: 0);
                    rc.SetResetPeriod(days: 0);
                });

                x.RunAsLocalSystem();
            });
        }
}

public class Controller
    {
        public void Start()
        {

        }

        public void Stop()
        {

        }
    }

To debug your service, just hit F5 in visual studio.

To install service, type in cmd "console.exe install"

You can then start and stop service in the windows service manager.

How to get the function name from within that function?

If I understood what you wanted to do, this is what I do inside a function constructor.

if (!(this instanceof arguments.callee)) {
    throw "ReferenceError: " + arguments.callee.name + " is not defined";
}

LINQ .Any VS .Exists - What's the difference?

As a continuation on Matas' answer on benchmarking.

TL/DR: Exists() and Any() are equally fast.

First off: Benchmarking using Stopwatch is not precise (see series0ne's answer on a different, but similiar, topic), but it is far more precise than DateTime.

The way to get really precise readings is by using Performance Profiling. But one way to get a sense of how the two methods' performance measure up to each other is by executing both methods loads of times and then comparing the fastest execution time of each. That way, it really doesn't matter that JITing and other noise gives us bad readings (and it does), because both executions are "equally misguiding" in a sense.

static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("Generating list...");
        List<string> list = GenerateTestList(1000000);
        var s = string.Empty;

        Stopwatch sw;
        Stopwatch sw2;
        List<long> existsTimes = new List<long>();
        List<long> anyTimes = new List<long>();

        Console.WriteLine("Executing...");
        for (int j = 0; j < 1000; j++)
        {
            sw = Stopwatch.StartNew();
            if (!list.Exists(o => o == "0123456789012"))
            {
                sw.Stop();
                existsTimes.Add(sw.ElapsedTicks);
            }
        }

        for (int j = 0; j < 1000; j++)
        {
            sw2 = Stopwatch.StartNew();
            if (!list.Exists(o => o == "0123456789012"))
            {
                sw2.Stop();
                anyTimes.Add(sw2.ElapsedTicks);
            }
        }

        long existsFastest = existsTimes.Min();
        long anyFastest = anyTimes.Min();

        Console.WriteLine(string.Format("Fastest Exists() execution: {0} ticks\nFastest Any() execution: {1} ticks", existsFastest.ToString(), anyFastest.ToString()));
        Console.WriteLine("Benchmark finished. Press any key.");
        Console.ReadKey();
    }

    public static List<string> GenerateTestList(int count)
    {
        var list = new List<string>();
        for (int i = 0; i < count; i++)
        {
            Random r = new Random();
            int it = r.Next(0, 100);
            list.Add(new string('s', it));
        }
        return list;
    }

After executing the above code 4 times (which in turn do 1 000 Exists() and Any() on a list with 1 000 000 elements), it's not hard to see that the methods are pretty much equally fast.

Fastest Exists() execution: 57881 ticks
Fastest Any() execution: 58272 ticks

Fastest Exists() execution: 58133 ticks
Fastest Any() execution: 58063 ticks

Fastest Exists() execution: 58482 ticks
Fastest Any() execution: 58982 ticks

Fastest Exists() execution: 57121 ticks
Fastest Any() execution: 57317 ticks

There is a slight difference, but it's too small a difference to not be explained by background noise. My guess would be that if one would do 10 000 or 100 000 Exists() and Any() instead, that slight difference would disappear more or less.

CodeIgniter - Correct way to link to another page in a view

<a href="<?php echo site_url('controller/function'); ?>Compose</a>

<a href="<?php echo site_url('controller/function'); ?>Inbox</a>

<a href="<?php echo site_url('controller/function'); ?>Outbox</a>

<a href="<?php echo site_url('controller/function'); ?>logout</a>

<a href="<?php echo site_url('controller/function'); ?>logout</a>

refresh leaflet map: map container is already initialized

We facing this issue today and we solved it. what we do ?

leaflet map load div is below.

<div id="map_container">
   <div id="listing_map" class="right_listing"></div>
</div>

When form input change or submit we follow this step below. after leaflet map container removed in my page and create new again.

$( '#map_container' ).html( ' ' ).append( '<div id="listing_map" class="right_listing"></div>' );

After this code my leaflet map is working fine with form filter to reload again.

Thank you.

Unsupported major.minor version 52.0

If you are using IntelliJ IDEA, go to Project Structure (Ctrl + Alt + Shift + S), and you can change your project's JDK.

git ignore exception

You can simply git add -f path/to/foo.dll.

.gitignore ignores only files for usual tracking and stuff like git add .

How to upgrade rubygems

For me it sufficed to simply run

gem update

Set a request header in JavaScript

W3C Spec on setrequestheader.

The brief points:

If the request header had already been set, then the new value MUST be concatenated to the existing value using a U+002C COMMA followed by a U+0020 SPACE for separation.

UAs MAY give the User-Agent header an initial value, but MUST allow authors to append values to it.

However - After searching through the framework XHR in jQuery they don't allow you to change the User-Agent or Referer headers. The closest thing:

// Set header so the called script knows that it's an XMLHttpRequest
xhr.setRequestHeader("X-Requested-With", "XMLHttpRequest");

I'm leaning towards the opinion that what you want to do is being denied by a security policy in FF - if you want to pass some custom Referer type header you could always do:

xhr.setRequestHeader('X-Alt-Referer', 'http://www.google.com');

Which Radio button in the group is checked?

Sometimes in situations like this I miss my youth, when Access was my poison of choice, and I could give each radio button in a group its own value.

My hack in C# is to use the tag to set the value, and when I make a selection from the group, I read the value of the tag of the selected radiobutton. In this example, directionGroup is the group in which I have four five radio buttons with "None" and "NE", "SE", "NW" and "SW" as the tags on the other four radiobuttons.

I proactively used a button to capture the value of the checked button, because because assigning one event handler to all of the buttons' CHeckCHanged event causes EACH button to fire, because changing one changes them all. So the value of sender is always the first RadioButton in the group. Instead, I use this method when I need to find out which one is selected, with the values I want to retrieve in the Tag property of each RadioButton.

  private void ShowSelectedRadioButton()
    {
        List<RadioButton> buttons = new List<RadioButton>();
        string selectedTag = "No selection";
        foreach (Control c in directionGroup.Controls)
        {
            if (c.GetType() == typeof(RadioButton))
            {
                buttons.Add((RadioButton)c);
            }
        }
        var selectedRb = (from rb in buttons where rb.Checked == true select rb).FirstOrDefault();
        if (selectedRb!=null)
        {
             selectedTag = selectedRb.Tag.ToString();
        }

        FormattableString result = $"Selected Radio button tag ={selectedTag}";
        MessageBox.Show(result.ToString());
    }

FYI, I have tested and used this in my work.

Joey

How to get user name using Windows authentication in asp.net?

Username you get like this:

var userName = HttpContext.Current.Request.LogonUserIdentity?.Name;

Why don't Java's +=, -=, *=, /= compound assignment operators require casting?

In Java type conversions are performed automatically when the type of the expression on the right hand side of an assignment operation can be safely promoted to the type of the variable on the left hand side of the assignment. Thus we can safely assign:

 byte -> short -> int -> long -> float -> double. 

The same will not work the other way round. For example we cannot automatically convert a long to an int because the first requires more storage than the second and consequently information may be lost. To force such a conversion we must carry out an explicit conversion.
Type - Conversion

Extract a substring according to a pattern

Late to the party, but for posterity, the stringr package (part of the popular "tidyverse" suite of packages) now provides functions with harmonised signatures for string handling:

string <- c("G1:E001", "G2:E002", "G3:E003")
# match string to keep
stringr::str_extract(string = string, pattern = "E[0-9]+")
# [1] "E001" "E002" "E003"

# replace leading string with ""
stringr::str_remove(string = string, pattern = "^.*:")
# [1] "E001" "E002" "E003"

How to set the authorization header using curl

This worked for me:

 curl -H "Authorization: Token xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" https://www.example.com/

Importing class from another file

Your problem is basically that you never specified the right path to the file.

Try instead, from your main script:

from folder.file import Klasa

Or, with from folder import file:

from folder import file
k = file.Klasa()

Or again:

import folder.file as myModule
k = myModule.Klasa()

I get Access Forbidden (Error 403) when setting up new alias

If you have installed a module on Xampp (on Linux) via Bitnami and changed chown settings, make sure that the /opt/lampp/apps/<app>/htdocs and tmp usergroup is daemon with all other sibling files and folders chowned to the user you installed as, e.g. cd /opt/lampp/apps/<app>, sudo chown -R root:root ., followed by sudo chown -R root:daemon htdocs tmp.

How set the android:gravity to TextView from Java side in Android

Solved this by doing a few things, first getting the height of my TextView and diving it by the text size to get the total amount of lines possible with the TextView.

int maxLines = (int) TextView.getHeight() / (int) TextView.getTextSize();

After you get this value you need to set your TextView maxLines to this new value.

TextView.setMaxLines(maxLines);

Set the Gravity to Bottom once the maximum amount of lines has been exceeded and it will scroll down automatically.

if (TextView.getLineCount() >= maxLines) {
    TextView.setGravity(Gravity.BOTTOM);
}

In order for this to work correctly, you must use append() to the TextView, If you setText() this will not work.

TextView.append("Your Text");

The benefit of this method is that this can be used dynamically regardless of the height of your TextView and the text size. If you decide to make modifications to your layout this code would still work.

Difference between Hashing a Password and Encrypting it

As correct as the other answers may be, in the context that the quote was in, hashing is a tool that may be used in securing information, encryption is a process that takes information and makes it very difficult for unauthorized people to read/use.

How to configure multi-module Maven + Sonar + JaCoCo to give merged coverage report?

FAQ

Questions from the top of my head since that time I gone crazy with jacoco.

My application server (jBoss, Glassfish..) located in Iraq, Syria, whatever.. Is it possible to get multi-module coverage when running integration tests on it? Jenkins and Sonar are also on different servers.

Yes. You have to use jacoco agent that runs in mode output=tcpserver, jacoco ant lib. Basically two jars. This will give you 99% success.

How does jacoco agent works?

You append a string

-javaagent:[your_path]/jacocoagent.jar=destfile=/jacoco.exec,output=tcpserver,address=*

to your application server JAVA_OPTS and restart it. In this string only [your_path] have to be replaced with the path to jacocoagent.jar, stored(store it!) on your VM where app server runs. Since that time you start app server, all applications that are deployed will be dynamically monitored and their activity (meaning code usage) will be ready for you to get in jacocos .exec format by tcl request.

Could I reset jacoco agent to start collecting execution data only since the time my test start?

Yes, for that purpose you need jacocoant.jar and ant build script located in your jenkins workspace.

So basically what I need from http://www.eclemma.org/jacoco/ is jacocoant.jar located in my jenkins workspace, and jacocoagent.jar located on my app server VM?

That's right.

I don't want to use ant, I've heard that jacoco maven plugin can do all the things too.

That's not right, jacoco maven plugin can collect unit test data and some integration tests data(see Arquillian Jacoco), but if you have for example rest assured tests as a separated build in jenkins, and want to show multi-module coverage, I can't see how maven plugin can help you.

What exactly does jacoco agent produce?

Only coverage data in .exec format. Sonar then can read it.

Does jacoco need to know where my java classes located are?

No, sonar does, but not jacoco. When you do mvn sonar:sonar path to classes comes into play.

So what about the ant script?

It has to be presented in your jenkins workspace. Mine ant script, I called it jacoco.xml looks like that:

<project name="Jacoco library to collect code coverage remotely" xmlns:jacoco="antlib:org.jacoco.ant">
    <property name="jacoco.port" value="6300"/>
    <property name="jacocoReportFile" location="${workspace}/it-jacoco.exec"/>

    <taskdef uri="antlib:org.jacoco.ant" resource="org/jacoco/ant/antlib.xml">
        <classpath path="${workspace}/tools/jacoco/jacocoant.jar"/>
    </taskdef>

    <target name="jacocoReport">
            <jacoco:dump address="${jacoco.host}" port="${jacoco.port}" dump="true" reset="true" destfile="${jacocoReportFile}" append="false"/>
    </target>

    <target name="jacocoReset">
            <jacoco:dump address="${jacoco.host}" port="${jacoco.port}" reset="true" destfile="${jacocoReportFile}" append="false"/>
        <delete file="${jacocoReportFile}"/>
    </target>
</project>

Two mandatory params you should pass when invoking this script -Dworkspace=$WORKSPACE use it to point to your jenkins workspace and -Djacoco.host=yourappserver.com host without http://

Also notice that I put my jacocoant.jar to ${workspace}/tools/jacoco/jacocoant.jar

What should I do next?

Did you start your app server with jacocoagent.jar?

Did you put ant script and jacocoant.jar in your jenkins workspace?

If yes the last step is to configure a jenkins build. Here is the strategy:

  1. Invoke ant target jacocoReset to reset all previously collected data.
  2. Run your tests
  3. Invoke ant target jacocoReport to get report

If everything is right, you will see it-jacoco.exec in your build workspace.

Look at the screenshot, I also have ant installed in my workspace in $WORKSPACE/tools/ant dir, but you can use one that is installed in your jenkins.

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How to push this report in sonar?

Maven sonar:sonar will do the job (don't forget to configure it), point it to main pom.xml so it will run through all modules. Use sonar.jacoco.itReportPath=$WORKSPACE/it-jacoco.exec parameter to tell sonar where your integration test report is located. Every time it will analyse new module classes, it will look for information about coverage in it-jacoco.exec.

I already have jacoco.exec in my `target` dir, `mvn sonar:sonar` ignores/removes it

By default mvn sonar:sonar does clean and deletes your target dir, use sonar.dynamicAnalysis=reuseReports to avoid it.

How to use the 'main' parameter in package.json?

Just think of it as the "starting point".

In a sense of object-oriented programming, say C#, it's the init() or constructor of the object class, that's what "entry point" meant.

For example

public class IamMain  // when export and require this guy
{
    public IamMain()  // this is "main"
    {...}

    ...   // many others such as function, properties, etc.
}

windows batch file rename

as Itsproinc said, the REN command works!

but if your file path/name has spaces, use quotes " "

example:

ren C:\Users\&username%\Desktop\my file.txt not my file.txt

add " "

ren "C:\Users\&username%\Desktop\my file.txt" "not my file.txt"

hope it helps

Why do we need the "finally" clause in Python?

To add to the other answers above, the finally clause executes no matter what whereas the else clause executes only if an exception was not raised.

For example, writing to a file with no exceptions will output the following:

file = open('test.txt', 'w')

try:
    file.write("Testing.")
    print("Writing to file.")
except IOError:
    print("Could not write to file.")
else:
    print("Write successful.")
finally:
    file.close()
    print("File closed.")

OUTPUT:

Writing to file.
Write successful.
File closed.

If there is an exception, the code will output the following, (note that a deliberate error is caused by keeping the file read-only.

file = open('test.txt', 'r')

try:
    file.write("Testing.")
    print("Writing to file.")
except IOError:
    print("Could not write to file.")
else:
    print("Write successful.")
finally:
    file.close()
    print("File closed.")

OUTPUT:

Could not write to file.
File closed.

We can see that the finally clause executes regardless of an exception. Hope this helps.

SQL - How to select a row having a column with max value

Technically, this is the same answer as @Sujee. It also depends on your version of Oracle as to whether it works. (I think this syntax was introduced in Oracle 12??)

SELECT *
FROM   table
ORDER BY value DESC, date_column ASC
FETCH  first 1 rows only;

As I say, if you look under the bonnet, I think this code is unpacked internally by the Oracle Optimizer to read like @Sujee's. However, I'm a sucker for pretty coding, and nesting select statements without a good reason does not qualify as beautiful!! :-P

Setting environment variables for accessing in PHP when using Apache

You can also do this in a .htaccess file assuming they are enabled on the website.

SetEnv KOHANA_ENV production

Would be all you need to add to a .htaccess to add the environment variable

How to mock static methods in c# using MOQ framework?

Another option to transform the static method into a static Func or Action. For instance.

Original code:

    class Math
    {
        public static int Add(int x, int y)
        {
            return x + y;
        }

You want to "mock" the Add method, but you can't. Change the above code to this:

        public static Func<int, int, int> Add = (x, y) =>
        {
            return x + y;
        };

Existing client code doesn't have to change (maybe recompile), but source stays the same.

Now, from the unit-test, to change the behavior of the method, just reassign an in-line function to it:

    [TestMethod]
    public static void MyTest()
    {
        Math.Add = (x, y) =>
        {
            return 11;
        };

Put whatever logic you want in the method, or just return some hard-coded value, depending on what you're trying to do.

This may not necessarily be something you can do each time, but in practice, I found this technique works just fine.

[edit] I suggest that you add the following Cleanup code to your Unit Test class:

    [TestCleanup]
    public void Cleanup()
    {
        typeof(Math).TypeInitializer.Invoke(null, null);
    }

Add a separate line for each static class. What this does is, after the unit test is done running, it resets all the static fields back to their original value. That way other unit tests in the same project will start out with the correct defaults as opposed your mocked version.

Error Code: 1005. Can't create table '...' (errno: 150)

Sometimes it is due to the master table is dropped (maybe by disabling foreign_key_checks), but the foreign key CONSTRAINT still exists in other tables. In my case I had dropped the table and tried to recreate it, but it was throwing the same error for me.

So try dropping all the foreign key CONSTRAINTs from all the tables if there are any and then update or create the table.

How to compile Tensorflow with SSE4.2 and AVX instructions?

I compiled a small Bash script for Mac (easily can be ported to Linux) to retrieve all CPU features and apply some of them to build TF. Im on TF master and use kinda often (couple times in a month).

https://gist.github.com/venik/9ba962c8b301b0e21f99884cbd35082f

How do you create a Distinct query in HQL

do something like this next time

 Criteria crit = (Criteria) session.
                  createCriteria(SomeClass.class).
                  setResultTransformer(Criteria.DISTINCT_ROOT_ENTITY);

 List claz = crit.list();

Add directives from directive in AngularJS

There was a change from 1.3.x to 1.4.x.

In Angular 1.3.x this worked:

var dir: ng.IDirective = {
    restrict: "A",
    require: ["select", "ngModel"],
    compile: compile,
};

function compile(tElement: ng.IAugmentedJQuery, tAttrs, transclude) {
    tElement.append("<option value=''>--- Kein ---</option>");

    return function postLink(scope: DirectiveScope, element: ng.IAugmentedJQuery, attributes: ng.IAttributes) {
        attributes["ngOptions"] = "a.ID as a.Bezeichnung for a in akademischetitel";
        scope.akademischetitel = AkademischerTitel.query();
    }
}

Now in Angular 1.4.x we have to do this:

var dir: ng.IDirective = {
    restrict: "A",
    compile: compile,
    terminal: true,
    priority: 10,
};

function compile(tElement: ng.IAugmentedJQuery, tAttrs, transclude) {
    tElement.append("<option value=''>--- Kein ---</option>");
    tElement.removeAttr("tq-akademischer-titel-select");
    tElement.attr("ng-options", "a.ID as a.Bezeichnung for a in akademischetitel");

    return function postLink(scope: DirectiveScope, element: ng.IAugmentedJQuery, attributes: ng.IAttributes) {

        $compile(element)(scope);
        scope.akademischetitel = AkademischerTitel.query();
    }
}

(From the accepted answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/19228302/605586 from Khanh TO).

How to use session in JSP pages to get information?

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_x000D_
form action="editinfo" method="post">_x000D_
<table>_x000D_
  <tr>_x000D_
    <td>Username:</td>_x000D_
    <td>_x000D_
      <input type="text" value="<%if( request.getSession().getAttribute(" parameter_whatever_you_passed ") != null_x000D_
{_x000D_
request.getSession().getAttribute("parameter_whatever_you_passed ").toString();_x000D_
}_x000D_
 %>" />_x000D_
    </td>_x000D_
  </tr>_x000D_
</table>_x000D_
</form>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Replace a string in a file with nodejs

You could use simple regex:

var result = fileAsString.replace(/string to be replaced/g, 'replacement');

So...

var fs = require('fs')
fs.readFile(someFile, 'utf8', function (err,data) {
  if (err) {
    return console.log(err);
  }
  var result = data.replace(/string to be replaced/g, 'replacement');

  fs.writeFile(someFile, result, 'utf8', function (err) {
     if (err) return console.log(err);
  });
});

npm - how to show the latest version of a package

The npm view <pkg> version prints the last version by release date. That might very well be an hotfix release for a older stable branch at times.

The solution is to list all versions and fetch the last one by version number

$ npm view <pkg> versions --json | jq -r '.[-1]'

Or with awk instead of jq:

$ npm view <pkg> --json  | awk '/"$/{print gensub("[ \"]", "", "G")}'

What is the difference between SQL and MySQL?

SQL is Structured Query Language

MySQL is a relational database management system. You can submit SQL queries to the MySQL database to store, retrieve, modify or delete data.

Ajax Upload image

HTML Code

<div class="rCol"> 
     <div id ="prv" style="height:auto; width:auto; float:left; margin-bottom: 28px; margin-left: 200px;"></div>
       </div>
    <div class="rCol" style="clear:both;">

    <label > Upload Photo : </label> 
    <input type="file" id="file" name='file' onChange=" return submitForm();">
    <input type="hidden" id="filecount" value='0'>

Here is Ajax Code:

function submitForm() {

    var fcnt = $('#filecount').val();
    var fname = $('#filename').val();
    var imgclean = $('#file');
    if(fcnt<=5)
    {
    data = new FormData();
    data.append('file', $('#file')[0].files[0]);

    var imgname  =  $('input[type=file]').val();
     var size  =  $('#file')[0].files[0].size;

    var ext =  imgname.substr( (imgname.lastIndexOf('.') +1) );
    if(ext=='jpg' || ext=='jpeg' || ext=='png' || ext=='gif' || ext=='PNG' || ext=='JPG' || ext=='JPEG')
    {
     if(size<=1000000)
     {
    $.ajax({
      url: "<?php echo base_url() ?>/upload.php",
      type: "POST",
      data: data,
      enctype: 'multipart/form-data',
      processData: false,  // tell jQuery not to process the data
      contentType: false   // tell jQuery not to set contentType
    }).done(function(data) {
       if(data!='FILE_SIZE_ERROR' || data!='FILE_TYPE_ERROR' )
       {
        fcnt = parseInt(fcnt)+1;
        $('#filecount').val(fcnt);
        var img = '<div class="dialog" id ="img_'+fcnt+'" ><img src="<?php echo base_url() ?>/local_cdn/'+data+'"><a href="#" id="rmv_'+fcnt+'" onclick="return removeit('+fcnt+')" class="close-classic"></a></div><input type="hidden" id="name_'+fcnt+'" value="'+data+'">';
        $('#prv').append(img);
        if(fname!=='')
        {
          fname = fname+','+data;
        }else
        {
          fname = data;
        }
         $('#filename').val(fname);
          imgclean.replaceWith( imgclean = imgclean.clone( true ) );
       }
       else
       {
         imgclean.replaceWith( imgclean = imgclean.clone( true ) );
         alert('SORRY SIZE AND TYPE ISSUE');
       }

    });
    return false;
  }//end size
  else
  {
      imgclean.replaceWith( imgclean = imgclean.clone( true ) );//Its for reset the value of file type
    alert('Sorry File size exceeding from 1 Mb');
  }
  }//end FILETYPE
  else
  {
     imgclean.replaceWith( imgclean = imgclean.clone( true ) );
    alert('Sorry Only you can uplaod JPEG|JPG|PNG|GIF file type ');
  }
  }//end filecount
  else
  {    imgclean.replaceWith( imgclean = imgclean.clone( true ) );
     alert('You Can not Upload more than 6 Photos');
  }
}

Here is PHP code :

$filetype = array('jpeg','jpg','png','gif','PNG','JPEG','JPG');
   foreach ($_FILES as $key )
    {

          $name =time().$key['name'];

          $path='local_cdn/'.$name;
          $file_ext =  pathinfo($name, PATHINFO_EXTENSION);
          if(in_array(strtolower($file_ext), $filetype))
          {
            if($key['name']<1000000)
            {

             @move_uploaded_file($key['tmp_name'],$path);
             echo $name;

            }
           else
           {
               echo "FILE_SIZE_ERROR";
           }
        }
        else
        {
            echo "FILE_TYPE_ERROR";
        }// Its simple code.Its not with proper validation.

Here upload and preview part done.Now if you want to delete and remove image from page and folder both then code is here for deletion. Ajax Part:

function removeit (arg) {
       var id  = arg;
       // GET FILE VALUE
       var fname = $('#filename').val();
       var fcnt = $('#filecount').val();
        // GET FILE VALUE

       $('#img_'+id).remove();
       $('#rmv_'+id).remove();
       $('#img_'+id).css('display','none');

        var dname  =  $('#name_'+id).val();
        fcnt = parseInt(fcnt)-1;
        $('#filecount').val(fcnt);
        var fname = fname.replace(dname, "");
        var fname = fname.replace(",,", "");
        $('#filename').val(fname);
        $.ajax({
          url: 'delete.php',
          type: 'POST',
          data:{'name':dname},
          success:function(a){
            console.log(a);
            }
        });
    } 

Here is PHP part(delete.php):

$path='local_cdn/'.$_POST['name'];

   if(@unlink($path))
   {
     echo "Success";
   }
   else
   {
     echo "Failed";
   }

Get line number while using grep

If you want only the line number do this:

grep -n Pattern file.ext | gawk '{print $1}' FS=":"

Example:

$ grep -n 9780545460262 EXT20130410.txt | gawk '{print $1}' FS=":" 
48793
52285
54023

Launch Android application without main Activity and start Service on launching application

Android Studio Version 2.3

You can create a Service without a Main Activity by following a few easy steps. You'll be able to install this app through Android Studio and debug it like a normal app.

First, create a project in Android Studio without an activity. Then create your Service class and add the service to your AndroidManifest.xml

<application android:allowBackup="true"
    android:label="@string/app_name"
    android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher"
    android:roundIcon="@mipmap/ic_launcher_round"
    android:supportsRtl="true"
    android:theme="@style/AppTheme">
    <service android:name="com.whatever.myservice.MyService">
        <intent-filter>
            <action android:name="com.whatever.myservice.MyService" />
        </intent-filter>
    </service>
</application>

Now, in the drop down next to the "Run" button(green arrow), go to "edit configurations" and within the "Launch Options" choose "Nothing". This will allow you to install your Service without Android Studio complaining about not having a Main Activity.

Once installed, the service will NOT be running but you will be able to start it with this adb shell command...

am startservice -n com.whatever.myservice/.MyService

Can check it's running with...

ps | grep whatever

I haven't tried yet but you can likely have Android Studio automatically start the service too. This would be done in that "Edit Configurations" menu.

Maximum Length of Command Line String

As @Sugrue I'm also digging out an old thread.

To explain why there is 32768 (I think it should be 32767, but lets believe experimental testing result) characters limitation we need to dig into Windows API.

No matter how you launch program with command line arguments it goes to ShellExecute, CreateProcess or any extended their version. These APIs basically wrap other NT level API that are not officially documented. As far as I know these calls wrap NtCreateProcess, which requires OBJECT_ATTRIBUTES structure as a parameter, to create that structure InitializeObjectAttributes is used. In this place we see UNICODE_STRING. So now lets take a look into this structure:

typedef struct _UNICODE_STRING {
    USHORT Length;
    USHORT MaximumLength;
    PWSTR  Buffer;
} UNICODE_STRING;

It uses USHORT (16-bit length [0; 65535]) variable to store length. And according this, length indicates size in bytes, not characters. So we have: 65535 / 2 = 32767 (because WCHAR is 2 bytes long).

There are a few steps to dig into this number, but I hope it is clear.


Also, to support @sunetos answer what is accepted. 8191 is a maximum number allowed to be entered into cmd.exe, if you exceed this limit, The input line is too long. error is generated. So, answer is correct despite the fact that cmd.exe is not the only way to pass arguments for new process.

python "TypeError: 'numpy.float64' object cannot be interpreted as an integer"

Similar situation. It was working. Then, I started to include pytables. At first view, no reason to errors. I decided to use another function, that has a domain constraint (elipse) and received the following error:

TypeError: 'numpy.float64' object cannot be interpreted as an integer

or

TypeError: 'numpy.float64' object is not iterable

The crazy thing: the previous function I was using, no code changed, started to return the same error. My intermediary function, already used was:

def MinMax(x, mini=0, maxi=1)
    return max(min(x,mini), maxi)

The solution was avoid numpy or math:

def MinMax(x, mini=0, maxi=1)
    x = [x_aux if x_aux > mini else mini for x_aux in x]
    x = [x_aux if x_aux < maxi else maxi for x_aux in x]
    return max(min(x,mini), maxi)

Then, everything calm again. It was like one library possessed max and min!

vb.net get file names in directory?

System.IO.Directory.GetFiles() 

could help

How to implement OnFragmentInteractionListener

Just go to your fragment Activity and remove all method.....instead on on createview method.

your fragment has only on method oncreateview that's it.

//only this method implement other method delete

 @Override
public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container,
        Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    View rootView = inflater.inflate(R.layout.fragment_main, container, false);
    return rootView;
}

and make sure your layout it is demo for u.

Loading state button in Bootstrap 3

You need to detect the click from js side, your HTML remaining same. Note: this method is deprecated since v3.5.5 and removed in v4.

$("button").click(function() {
    var $btn = $(this);
    $btn.button('loading');
    // simulating a timeout
    setTimeout(function () {
        $btn.button('reset');
    }, 1000);
});

Also, don't forget to load jQuery and Bootstrap js (based on jQuery) file in your page.

JSFIDDLE

Official Documentation

What are intent-filters in Android?

If possible try this one instant solution:

Intent intent =new Intent(getApplicationBaseContext,second_Act.class);
StartActivity(intent);

"code ." Not working in Command Line for Visual Studio Code on OSX/Mac

I was having the same problem. I have to add Vs Code to my applications folder. It worked without editing a file.

  1. Open Applications Folder

enter image description here

  1. Search for VS Code in your search

enter image description here

  1. Drag Vs Code to the applications folder

enter image description here

This will work for you.

Double vs. BigDecimal?

A BigDecimal is an exact way of representing numbers. A Double has a certain precision. Working with doubles of various magnitudes (say d1=1000.0 and d2=0.001) could result in the 0.001 being dropped alltogether when summing as the difference in magnitude is so large. With BigDecimal this would not happen.

The disadvantage of BigDecimal is that it's slower, and it's a bit more difficult to program algorithms that way (due to + - * and / not being overloaded).

If you are dealing with money, or precision is a must, use BigDecimal. Otherwise Doubles tend to be good enough.

I do recommend reading the javadoc of BigDecimal as they do explain things better than I do here :)

Using reCAPTCHA on localhost

For testing purposes, if you want to test your web page which includes reCaptcha on localhost then add localhost in domain list by Admin Console 1: https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin. *It is advised to create a separate site key for localhost.

Admin Console Screenshot

Captcha Output

Thanks :)

Code for a simple JavaScript countdown timer?

Here is another one if anyone needs one for minutes and seconds:

    var mins = 10;  //Set the number of minutes you need
    var secs = mins * 60;
    var currentSeconds = 0;
    var currentMinutes = 0;
    /* 
     * The following line has been commented out due to a suggestion left in the comments. The line below it has not been tested. 
     * setTimeout('Decrement()',1000);
     */
    setTimeout(Decrement,1000); 

    function Decrement() {
        currentMinutes = Math.floor(secs / 60);
        currentSeconds = secs % 60;
        if(currentSeconds <= 9) currentSeconds = "0" + currentSeconds;
        secs--;
        document.getElementById("timerText").innerHTML = currentMinutes + ":" + currentSeconds; //Set the element id you need the time put into.
        if(secs !== -1) setTimeout('Decrement()',1000);
    }

Using module 'subprocess' with timeout

Was just trying to write something simpler.

#!/usr/bin/python

from subprocess import Popen, PIPE
import datetime
import time 

popen = Popen(["/bin/sleep", "10"]);
pid = popen.pid
sttime = time.time();
waittime =  3

print "Start time %s"%(sttime)

while True:
    popen.poll();
    time.sleep(1)
    rcode = popen.returncode
    now = time.time();
    if [ rcode is None ]  and  [ now > (sttime + waittime) ] :
        print "Killing it now"
        popen.kill()

Alternative for PHP_excel

I wrote a very simple class for exporting to "Excel XML" aka SpreadsheetML. It's not quite as convenient for the end user as XSLX (depending on file extension and Excel version, they may get a warning message), but it's a lot easier to work with than XLS or XLSX.

http://github.com/elidickinson/php-export-data

Arraylist swap elements

Use like this. Here is the online compilation of the code. Take a look http://ideone.com/MJJwtc

public static void swap(List list,
                        int i,
                        int j)

Swaps the elements at the specified positions in the specified list. (If the specified positions are equal, invoking this method leaves the list unchanged.)

Parameters: list - The list in which to swap elements. i - the index of one element to be swapped. j - the index of the other element to be swapped.

Read The official Docs of collection

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/util/Collections.html#swap%28java.util.List,%20int,%20int%29

import java.util.*;
import java.lang.*;

class Main {
    public static void main(String[] args) throws java.lang.Exception       
    {    
        //create an ArrayList object
        ArrayList words = new ArrayList();

        //Add elements to Arraylist
        words.add("A");
        words.add("B");
        words.add("C");
        words.add("D");
        words.add("E");

        System.out.println("Before swaping, ArrayList contains : " + words);

        /*
      To swap elements of Java ArrayList use,
      static void swap(List list, int firstElement, int secondElement)
      method of Collections class. Where firstElement is the index of first
      element to be swapped and secondElement is the index of the second element
      to be swapped.

      If the specified positions are equal, list remains unchanged.

      Please note that, this method can throw IndexOutOfBoundsException if
      any of the index values is not in range.        */

        Collections.swap(words, 0, words.size() - 1);

        System.out.println("After swaping, ArrayList contains : " + words);    

    }
}

Oneline compilation example http://ideone.com/MJJwtc

Angular 2 - View not updating after model changes

Instead of dealing with zones and change detection — let AsyncPipe handle complexity. This will put observable subscription, unsubscription (to prevent memory leaks) and changes detection on Angular shoulders.

Change your class to make an observable, that will emit results of new requests:

export class RecentDetectionComponent implements OnInit {

    recentDetections$: Observable<Array<RecentDetection>>;

    constructor(private recentDetectionService: RecentDetectionService) {
    }

    ngOnInit() {
        this.recentDetections$ = Observable.interval(5000)
            .exhaustMap(() => this.recentDetectionService.getJsonFromApi())
            .do(recent => console.log(recent[0].macAddress));
    }
}

And update your view to use AsyncPipe:

<tr *ngFor="let detected of recentDetections$ | async">
    ...
</tr>

Want to add, that it's better to make a service with a method that will take interval argument, and:

  • create new requests (by using exhaustMap like in code above);
  • handle requests errors;
  • stop browser from making new requests while offline.

Datatype for storing ip address in SQL Server

The following answer is based on answers by M. Turnhout and Jerry Birchler to this question but with the following improvements:

  • Replaced the use of undocumented functions (sys.fn_varbintohexsubstring, fn_varbintohexstr) with CONVERT() for binary styles
  • Replaced XML "hacks" ( CAST('' as xml).value('xs:hexBinary()) ) with CONVERT() for binary styles
  • Fixed bug in Jerry Birchler's implementation of fn_ConvertIpAddressToBinary (as pointed out by C.Plock)
  • Add minor syntax sugar

The code has been tested in SQL Server 2014 and SQL Server 2016 (see test cases at the end)

IPAddressVarbinaryToString

Converts 4 bytes values to IPV4 and 16 byte values to IPV6 string representations. Note that this function does not shorten addresses.

ALTER FUNCTION dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString
(
    @varbinaryValue VARBINARY( 16 )
)
RETURNS VARCHAR(39)
AS
BEGIN
    IF @varbinaryValue IS NULL
        RETURN NULL;
    ELSE IF DATALENGTH( @varbinaryValue ) = 4
        RETURN 
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(3), CONVERT(TINYINT, SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue, 1, 1 ))) + '.' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(3), CONVERT(TINYINT, SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue, 2, 1 ))) + '.' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(3), CONVERT(TINYINT, SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue, 3, 1 ))) + '.' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(3), CONVERT(TINYINT, SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue, 4, 1 )));
    ELSE IF DATALENGTH( @varbinaryValue ) = 16
        RETURN 
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue,  1, 2 ), 2 ) + ':' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue,  3, 2 ), 2 ) + ':' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue,  5, 2 ), 2 ) + ':' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue,  7, 2 ), 2 ) + ':' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue,  9, 2 ), 2 ) + ':' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue, 11, 2 ), 2 ) + ':' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue, 13, 2 ), 2 ) + ':' +
            CONVERT( VARCHAR(4), SUBSTRING( @varbinaryValue, 15, 2 ), 2 );

    RETURN 'Invalid';
END

Test Cases:

SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString(0x00000000000000000000000000000000) -- 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000 (no address shortening)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString(0x00010002000300400500060070000089) -- 0001:0002:0003:0040:0500:0600:7000:0089
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString(0xC0A80148) -- 255.168.1.72
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString(0x7F000001) -- 127.0.0.1 (no address shortening)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString(NULL) -- NULL

IPAddressStringToVarbinary

Converts IPV4 and IPV6 string representations to 4 byte and 16 bytes binary values respectively. Note that this function is able to parse most (all of the commonly used) of shorthand address representations (e.g. 127...1 and 2001:db8::1319:370:7348). To force this function to always return 16 byte binary values uncomment leading 0s concatenation at the end of the function.

ALTER FUNCTION [dbo].[IPAddressStringToVarbinary]
(
    @IPAddress VARCHAR( 39 )
)
RETURNS VARBINARY(16) AS
BEGIN

IF @ipAddress IS NULL
    RETURN NULL;

DECLARE @bytes VARBINARY(16), @token VARCHAR(4),
    @vbytes VARBINARY(16) = 0x, @vbzone VARBINARY(2),
    @tIPAddress VARCHAR( 40 ),
    @colIndex TINYINT,
    @delim CHAR(1) = '.',
    @prevColIndex TINYINT = 0,
    @parts TINYINT = 0, @limit TINYINT = 4;

-- Get position if IPV4 delimiter
SET @colIndex = CHARINDEX( @delim, @ipAddress );

-- If not IPV4, then assume IPV6
IF @colIndex = 0
BEGIN
    SELECT @delim = ':', @limit = 8, @colIndex = CHARINDEX( @delim, @ipAddress );

    -- Get number of parts (delimiters)
    WHILE @colIndex > 0
        SELECT @parts += 1, @colIndex = CHARINDEX( @delim, @ipAddress, @colIndex + 1 );

    SET @colIndex = CHARINDEX( @delim, @ipAddress );

    IF @colIndex = 0
        RETURN NULL;
END

-- Add trailing delimiter (need new variable of larger size)
SET @tIPAddress = @IPAddress + @delim;

WHILE @colIndex > 0
BEGIN
    SET @token = SUBSTRING( @tIPAddress, @prevColIndex + 1, @Colindex - @prevColIndex - 1 );

    IF @delim = ':'
    BEGIN
        SELECT @vbzone = CONVERT( VARBINARY(2), RIGHT( '0000' + @token, 4 ), 2 ), @vbytes += @vbzone;

        -- Handles consecutive sections of zeros representation rule (i.e. ::)(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv6#Address_representation)
        IF @token = ''
            WHILE @parts + 1 < @limit
                SELECT @vbytes += @vbzone, @parts += 1;
    END
    ELSE
    BEGIN
        SELECT @vbzone = CONVERT( VARBINARY(1), CONVERT( TINYINT, @token )), @vbytes += @vbzone
    END

    SELECT @prevColIndex = @colIndex, @colIndex = CHARINDEX( @delim, @tIPAddress, @colIndex + 1 ) 
END

SET @bytes =
    CASE @delim
        WHEN ':' THEN @vbytes
        ELSE /*0x000000000000000000000000 +*/ @vbytes -- Return IPV4 addresses as 4 byte binary (uncomment leading 0s section to force 16 byte binary)
    END 

RETURN @bytes

END

Test Cases

Valid cases

SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0001' ) -- 0x0000000000000000000000000001 (check bug fix)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '0001:0002:0003:0040:0500:0600:7000:0089' ) -- 0x00010002000300400500060070000089
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '2001:db8:85a3:8d3:1319::370:7348' )     -- 0x20010DB885A308D31319000003707348 (check short hand)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '2001:db8:85a3:8d3:1319:0000:370:7348' ) -- 0x20010DB885A308D31319000003707348
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '192.168.1.72' ) -- 0xC0A80148
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '127...1' ) -- 0x7F000001 (check short hand)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( NULL ) -- NULL
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '' ) -- NULL
-- Check that conversions return original address
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '0001:0002:0003:0040:0500:0600:7000:0089' )) -- '0001:0002:0003:0040:0500:0600:7000:0089' 
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '127...1' )) -- 127.0.0.1
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '192.168.1.72' )) -- 192.168.1.72
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '2001:db8:85a3:8d3:1319::370:7348' ))     -- 2001:0db8:85a3:08d3:1319:0000:0370:7348
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '2001:db8:85a3:8d3:1314:0000:370:7348' )) -- 2001:0db8:85a3:08d3:1319:0000:0370:7348
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '2001:db8:85a3:8d3::370:7348' )) -- 2001:0DB8:85A3:08D3:0000:0000:0370:7348
-- This is technically an invalid IPV6 (according to Wikipedia) but it parses correctly
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '2001:db8::1319::370:7348' )) -- 2001:0DB8:0000:0000:1319:0000:0370:7348

Invalid cases

SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '2001:db8::1319::7348' )) -- 2001:0DB8:0000:0000:0000:1319:0000:7348 (ambiguous address)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '127.1' ) -- 127.0.0.1 (not supported short-hand)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressVarbinaryToString( dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '127.1' )) -- 127.0.0.1 (not supported short-hand)
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '0300.0000.0002.0353' ) -- octal byte values
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( '0xC0.0x00.0x02.0xEB' ) -- hex values
SELECT dbo.IPAddressStringToVarbinary( 'C0.00.02.EB' ) -- hex values

How to send image to PHP file using Ajax?

Here is code that will upload multiple images at once, into a specific folder!

The HTML:

<form method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data" id="image_upload_form" action="submit_image.php">
<input type="file" name="images" id="images" multiple accept="image/x-png, image/gif, image/jpeg, image/jpg" />
<button type="submit" id="btn">Upload Files!</button>
</form>
<div id="response"></div>
<ul id="image-list">

</ul>

The PHP:

<?php
$errors = $_FILES["images"]["error"];
foreach ($errors as $key => $error) {
if ($error == UPLOAD_ERR_OK) {
    $name = $_FILES["images"]["name"][$key];
    //$ext = pathinfo($name, PATHINFO_EXTENSION);
    $name = explode("_", $name);
    $imagename='';
    foreach($name as $letter){
        $imagename .= $letter;
    }

    move_uploaded_file( $_FILES["images"]["tmp_name"][$key], "images/uploads/" .  $imagename);

}
}


echo "<h2>Successfully Uploaded Images</h2>";

And finally, the JavaSCript/Ajax:

(function () {
var input = document.getElementById("images"), 
    formdata = false;

function showUploadedItem (source) {
    var list = document.getElementById("image-list"),
        li   = document.createElement("li"),
        img  = document.createElement("img");
    img.src = source;
    li.appendChild(img);
    list.appendChild(li);
}   

if (window.FormData) {
    formdata = new FormData();
    document.getElementById("btn").style.display = "none";
}

input.addEventListener("change", function (evt) {
    document.getElementById("response").innerHTML = "Uploading . . ."
    var i = 0, len = this.files.length, img, reader, file;

    for ( ; i < len; i++ ) {
        file = this.files[i];

        if (!!file.type.match(/image.*/)) {
            if ( window.FileReader ) {
                reader = new FileReader();
                reader.onloadend = function (e) { 
                    showUploadedItem(e.target.result, file.fileName);
                };
                reader.readAsDataURL(file);
            }
            if (formdata) {
                formdata.append("images[]", file);
            }
        }   
    }

    if (formdata) {
        $.ajax({
            url: "submit_image.php",
            type: "POST",
            data: formdata,
            processData: false,
            contentType: false,
            success: function (res) {
                document.getElementById("response").innerHTML = res;
            }
        });
    }
}, false);
}());

Hope this helps

How do I download a file from the internet to my linux server with Bash

I guess you could use curl and wget, but since Oracle requires you to check of some checkmarks this will be painfull to emulate with the tools mentioned. You would have to download the page with the license agreement and from looking at it figure out what request is needed to get to the actual download.

Of course you could simply start a browser, but this might not qualify as 'from the command line'. So you might want to look into lynx, a text based browser.

How can I parse a local JSON file from assets folder into a ListView?

Method to read JSON file from Assets folder and return as a string object.

public static String getAssetJsonData(Context context) {
            String json = null;
            try {
                InputStream is = context.getAssets().open("myJson.json");
                int size = is.available();
                byte[] buffer = new byte[size];
                is.read(buffer);
                is.close();
                json = new String(buffer, "UTF-8");
            } catch (IOException ex) {
                ex.printStackTrace();
                return null;
            }

            Log.e("data", json);
            return json;

        }

Now for parsing data in your activity:-

String data = getAssetJsonData(getApplicationContext());
        Type type = new TypeToken<Your Data model>() {
        }.getType();
  <Your Data model> modelObject = new Gson().fromJson(data, type);

Checking from shell script if a directory contains files

Three best tricks


shopt -s nullglob dotglob; f=your/dir/*; ((${#f}))

This trick is 100% bash and invokes (spawns) a sub-shell. The idea is from Bruno De Fraine and improved by teambob's comment.

files=$(shopt -s nullglob dotglob; echo your/dir/*)
if (( ${#files} ))
then
  echo "contains files"
else 
  echo "empty (or does not exist or is a file)"
fi

Note: no difference between an empty directory and a non-existing one (and even when the provided path is a file).

There is a similar alternative and more details (and more examples) on the 'official' FAQ for #bash IRC channel:

if (shopt -s nullglob dotglob; f=(*); ((${#f[@]})))
then
  echo "contains files"
else 
  echo "empty (or does not exist, or is a file)"
fi

[ -n "$(ls -A your/dir)" ]

This trick is inspired from nixCraft's article posted in 2007. Add 2>/dev/null to suppress the output error "No such file or directory".
See also Andrew Taylor's answer (2008) and gr8can8dian's answer (2011).

if [ -n "$(ls -A your/dir 2>/dev/null)" ]
then
  echo "contains files (or is a file)"
else
  echo "empty (or does not exist)"
fi

or the one-line bashism version:

[[ $(ls -A your/dir) ]] && echo "contains files" || echo "empty"

Note: ls returns $?=2 when the directory does not exist. But no difference between a file and an empty directory.


[ -n "$(find your/dir -prune -empty)" ]

This last trick is inspired from gravstar's answer where -maxdepth 0 is replaced by -prune and improved by phils's comment.

if [ -n "$(find your/dir -prune -empty 2>/dev/null)" ]
then
  echo "empty (directory or file)"
else
  echo "contains files (or does not exist)"
fi

a variation using -type d:

if [ -n "$(find your/dir -prune -empty -type d 2>/dev/null)" ]
then
  echo "empty directory"
else
  echo "contains files (or does not exist or is not a directory)"
fi

Explanation:

  • find -prune is similar than find -maxdepth 0 using less characters
  • find -empty prints the empty directories and files
  • find -type d prints directories only

Note: You could also replace [ -n "$(find your/dir -prune -empty)" ] by just the shorten version below:

if [ `find your/dir -prune -empty 2>/dev/null` ]
then
  echo "empty (directory or file)"
else
  echo "contains files (or does not exist)"
fi

This last code works most of the cases but be aware that malicious paths could express a command...

Why can't I set text to an Android TextView?

The code should instead be something like this:

TextView text = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.this_is_the_id_of_textview);
text.setText("test");

Run MySQLDump without Locking Tables

Does the --lock-tables=false option work?

According to the man page, if you are dumping InnoDB tables you can use the --single-transaction option:

--lock-tables, -l

Lock all tables before dumping them. The tables are locked with READ
LOCAL to allow concurrent inserts in the case of MyISAM tables. For
transactional tables such as InnoDB and BDB, --single-transaction is
a much better option, because it does not need to lock the tables at
all.

For innodb DB:

mysqldump --single-transaction=TRUE -u username -p DB

What's the best way to store co-ordinates (longitude/latitude, from Google Maps) in SQL Server?

If you are using Entity Framework 5 < you can use DbGeography. Example from MSDN:

public class University  
{ 
    public int UniversityID { get; set; } 
    public string Name { get; set; } 
    public DbGeography Location { get; set; } 
}

public partial class UniversityContext : DbContext 
{ 
    public DbSet<University> Universities { get; set; } 
}

using (var context = new UniversityContext ()) 
{ 
    context.Universities.Add(new University() 
        { 
            Name = "Graphic Design Institute", 
            Location = DbGeography.FromText("POINT(-122.336106 47.605049)"), 
        }); 

    context. Universities.Add(new University() 
        { 
            Name = "School of Fine Art", 
            Location = DbGeography.FromText("POINT(-122.335197 47.646711)"), 
        }); 

    context.SaveChanges(); 

    var myLocation = DbGeography.FromText("POINT(-122.296623 47.640405)"); 

    var university = (from u in context.Universities 
                        orderby u.Location.Distance(myLocation) 
                        select u).FirstOrDefault(); 

    Console.WriteLine( 
        "The closest University to you is: {0}.", 
        university.Name); 
}

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh859721(v=vs.113).aspx

Something I struggled with then I started using DbGeography was the coordinateSystemId. See the answer below for an excellent explanation and source for the code below.

public class GeoHelper
{
    public const int SridGoogleMaps = 4326;
    public const int SridCustomMap = 3857;

    public static DbGeography FromLatLng(double lat, double lng)
    {
        return DbGeography.PointFromText(
            "POINT("
            + lng.ToString() + " "
            + lat.ToString() + ")",
            SridGoogleMaps);
    }
}

https://stackoverflow.com/a/25563269/3850405

How to get public directory?

Use public_path()

For reference:

// Path to the project's root folder    
echo base_path();

// Path to the 'app' folder    
echo app_path();        

// Path to the 'public' folder    
echo public_path();

// Path to the 'storage' folder    
echo storage_path();

// Path to the 'storage/app' folder    
echo storage_path('app');

Where is NuGet.Config file located in Visual Studio project?

I have created an answer for this post that might help: https://stackoverflow.com/a/63816822/2399164

Summary:

I am a little late to the game but I believe I found a simple solution to this problem...

  1. Create a "NuGet.Config" file in the same directory as your .sln
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<configuration>
  <packageSources>
    <add key="nuget.org" value="https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json" protocolVersion="3" />
    <add key="{{CUSTOM NAME}}" value="{{CUSTOM SOURCE}}" />
  </packageSources>
  <packageRestore>
    <add key="enabled" value="True" />
    <add key="automatic" value="True" />
  </packageRestore>
  <bindingRedirects>
    <add key="skip" value="False" />
  </bindingRedirects>
  <packageManagement>
    <add key="format" value="0" />
    <add key="disabled" value="False" />
  </packageManagement>
</configuration>
  1. That is it! Create your "Dockerfile" here as well

  2. Run docker build with your Dockerfile and all will get resolved

PuTTY scripting to log onto host

For me it works this way:

putty -ssh [email protected] 22 -pw password

putty, protocol, user name @ ip address port and password. To connect in less than a second.

how to add or embed CKEditor in php page

Easy steps to Integrate ckeditor with php pages

step 1 : download the ckeditor.zip file

step 2 : paste ckeditor.zip file on root directory of the site or you can paste it where the files are (i did this one )

step 3 : extract the ckeditor.zip file

step 4 : open the desired php page you want to integrate with here page1.php

step 5 : add some javascript first below, this is to call elements of ckeditor and styling and css without this you will only a blank textarea

<script type="text/javascript" src="ckeditor/ckeditor.js"></script>

And if you are using in other sites, then use relative links for that here is one below

<script type="text/javascript" src="somedirectory/ckeditor/ckeditor.js"></script>

step 6 : now!, you need to call the work code of ckeditor on your page page1.php below is how you call it

<?php

// Make sure you are using a correct path here.
include_once 'ckeditor/ckeditor.php';

$ckeditor = new CKEditor();
$ckeditor->basePath = '/ckeditor/';
$ckeditor->config['filebrowserBrowseUrl'] = '/ckfinder/ckfinder.html';
$ckeditor->config['filebrowserImageBrowseUrl'] = '/ckfinder/ckfinder.html?type=Images';
$ckeditor->config['filebrowserFlashBrowseUrl'] = '/ckfinder/ckfinder.html?type=Flash';
$ckeditor->config['filebrowserUploadUrl'] = '/ckfinder/core/connector/php/connector.php?command=QuickUpload&type=Files';
$ckeditor->config['filebrowserImageUploadUrl'] = '/ckfinder/core/connector/php/connector.php?command=QuickUpload&type=Images';
$ckeditor->config['filebrowserFlashUploadUrl'] = '/ckfinder/core/connector/php/connector.php?command=QuickUpload&type=Flash';
$ckeditor->editor('CKEditor1');

?>

step 7 : what ever you name you want, you can name to it ckeditor by changing the step 6 code last line

$ckeditor->editor('mycustomname');

step 8 : Open-up the page1.php, see it, use it, share it and Enjoy because we all love Open Source.

Thanks

Django DateField default options

date = models.DateTimeField(default=datetime.now, blank=True)

How to select last one week data from today's date

  1. The query is correct

2A. As far as last seven days have much less rows than whole table an index can help

2B. If you are interested only in Created_Date you can try using some group by and count, it should help with the result set size

Count the number of all words in a string

Also from stringi package, the straight forward function stri_count_words

stringi::stri_count_words(str1)
#[1] 7

Play multiple CSS animations at the same time

You can indeed run multiple animations simultaneously, but your example has two problems. First, the syntax you use only specifies one animation. The second style rule hides the first. You can specify two animations using syntax like this:

-webkit-animation-name: spin, scale
-webkit-animation-duration: 2s, 4s

as in this fiddle (where I replaced "scale" with "fade" due to the other problem explained below... Bear with me.): http://jsfiddle.net/rwaldin/fwk5bqt6/

Second, both of your animations alter the same CSS property (transform) of the same DOM element. I don't believe you can do that. You can specify two animations on different elements, the image and a container element perhaps. Just apply one of the animations to the container, as in this fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/rwaldin/fwk5bqt6/2/

How to change time in DateTime?

one liner

var date = DateTime.Now.Date.Add(new TimeSpan(4, 30, 0));

would bring back todays date with a time of 4:30:00, replace DateTime.Now with any date object

How to fix HTTP 404 on Github Pages?

I had the same issue after forking a repo with a gh-pages branch. I was able to fix by simply pushing a new commit (just whitespace in index.html) to my fork's gh-pages branch.

Get list of databases from SQL Server

Execute:

SELECT name FROM master.sys.databases

This the preferred approach now, rather than dbo.sysdatabases, which has been deprecated for some time.


Execute this query:

SELECT name FROM master.dbo.sysdatabases

or if you prefer

EXEC sp_databases

What is Android's file system?

Most answers here are pretty old.

In the past when un managed nand was the most popular storage technology, yaffs2 was the most common file system. This days there are few devices using un-managed nand, and those still in use are slowly migrating to ubifs.

Today most common storage is emmc (managed nand), for such devices ext4 is far more popular, but, this file system is slowly clears its way for f2fs (flash friendly fs).

Edit: f2fs will probably won't make it as the common fs for flash devices (including android)

ERROR 2003 (HY000): Can't connect to MySQL server (111)

errno 111 is ECONNREFUSED, I suppose something is wrong with the router's DNAT.

It is also possible that your ISP is filtering that port.

error: expected primary-expression before ')' token (C)

You should create a variable of the type SelectionneNonSelectionne.

struct SelectionneNonSelectionne var;

After that pass that variable to the function like

characterSelection(screen, var);

The error is caused since you are passing the type name SelectionneNonSelectionne

git diff between two different files

I believe using --no-index is what you're looking for:

git diff [<options>] --no-index [--] <path> <path>

as mentioned in the git manual:

This form is to compare the given two paths on the filesystem. You can omit the --no-index option when running the command in a working tree controlled by Git and at least one of the paths points outside the working tree, or when running the command outside a working tree controlled by Git.

Converting Select results into Insert script - SQL Server

Create a separate table using into statement For example

Select * into Test_123 from [dbo].[Employee] where Name like '%Test%'

Go to the Database Right Click the Database Click on Generate Script Select your table Select advanace option and select the Attribute "Data Only" Select the file "open in new query"

Sql will generate script for you

How to stop event propagation with inline onclick attribute?

For ASP.NET web pages (not MVC), you can use Sys.UI.DomEvent object as wrapper of native event.

<div onclick="event.stopPropagation();" ...

or, pass event as a parameter to inner function:

<div onclick="someFunction(event);" ...

and in someFunction:

function someFunction(event){
    event.stopPropagation(); // here Sys.UI.DomEvent.stopPropagation() method is used
    // other onclick logic
}

"Uncaught Error: [$injector:unpr]" with angular after deployment

Ran into the same problem myself, but my controller definitions looked a little different than above. For controllers defined like this:

function MyController($scope, $http) {
    // ...
}

Just add a line after the declaration indicating which objects to inject when the controller is instantiated:

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

This makes it minification-safe.

How do you load custom UITableViewCells from Xib files?

The correct way to do it is to create a UITableViewCell subclass implementation, header, and XIB. In the XIB remove any views and just add a table cell. Set the class as the name of the UITableViewCell subclass. For file owner, make it the UITableViewController subclass class name. Connect the file owner to the cell using the tableViewCell outlet.

In the header file:

UITableViewCell *_tableViewCell;
@property (assign) IBOutlet UITableViewCell *tableViewCell;

In the implementation file:

@synthesize tableViewCell = _tableViewCell;

- (UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath {
    static NSString *kCellIdentifier = @"reusableCell";

    UITableViewCell *cell = [tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:kCellIdentifier];
    if (cell == nil) {
        [[NSBundle mainBundle] loadNibNamed:kCellIdentifier owner:self options:nil];
        cell = _tableViewCell;
        self.tableViewCell = nil;
    }

    return cell;
}

Android: Create a toggle button with image and no text

I know this is a little late, however for anyone interested, I've created a custom component that is basically a toggle image button, the drawable can have states as well as the background

https://gist.github.com/akshaydashrath/9662072

Java AES encryption and decryption

Complete example of encrypting/Decrypting a huge video without throwing Java OutOfMemoryException and using Java SecureRandom for Initialization Vector generation. Also depicted storing key bytes to database and then reconstructing same key from those bytes.

https://stackoverflow.com/a/18892960/185022

How to combine multiple inline style objects?

Ways of inline styling:

<View style={[styles.red, {fontSize: 25}]}>
  <Text>Hello World</Text>
</View>

<View style={[styles.red, styles.blue]}>
  <Text>Hello World</Text>
</View>

  <View style={{fontSize:10,marginTop:10}}>
  <Text>Hello World</Text>
</View>

Unable to find valid certification path to requested target - error even after cert imported

In my case, I was getting error connecting to AWS Gov Postgres RDS. There is a separate link for GOV RDS CA certs- https://s3.us-gov-west-1.amazonaws.com/rds-downloads/rds-combined-ca-us-gov-bundle.pem

Add this pem certs to cacerts of java. You can use below script.

------WINDOWDS STEPS-------

  1. Use VSCODE editor and install openssl, keytool plugins
  2. create a dir in C:/rds-ca
  3. place 'cacerts' file and below script file - 'addCerts.sh' inside dir 'rd-ca'
  4. run from vscode: 4.1 cd /c/rds-ca/ 4.2 ./addCerts.sh
  5. Copy cacerts to ${JAVA_HOME}/jre/lib/security

Script code:

#!/usr/bin/env sh

OLDDIR="$PWD"

CACERTS_FILE=cacerts

cd /c/rds-ca

echo "Downloading RDS certificates..."

curl  https://s3.us-gov-west-1.amazonaws.com/rds-downloads/rds-combined-ca-us-gov-bundle.pem > rds-combined-ca-bundle.pem

csplit -sk rds-combined-ca-bundle.pem "/-BEGIN CERTIFICATE-/" "{$(grep -c 'BEGIN CERTIFICATE' rds-combined-ca-bundle.pem | awk '{print $1 - 2}')}"

for CERT in xx*; do
    # extract a human-readable alias from the cert
    ALIAS=$(openssl x509 -noout -text -in $CERT |
                   perl -ne 'next unless /Subject:/; s/.*CN=//; print')
    echo "importing $ALIAS"
    
    keytool -import \
            -keystore  $CACERTS_FILE \
            -storepass changeit -noprompt \
            -alias "$ALIAS" -file $CERT
done

cd "$OLDDIR"
echo "$NEWDIR"

Is there a difference between `continue` and `pass` in a for loop in python?

Difference between pass and continue in a for loop:

So why pass in python?

If you want to create a empty class, method or block.

Examples:

class MyException(Exception):
    pass


try:
   1/0
 except:
   pass

without 'pass' in the above examples will throw IndentationError.

How to initialize a nested struct?

You also could allocate using new and initialize all fields by hand

package main

type Configuration struct {
    Val   string
    Proxy struct {
        Address string
        Port    string
    }
}

func main() {
    c := new(Configuration)
    c.Val = "test"
    c.Proxy.Address = "addr"
    c.Proxy.Port = "80"
}

See in playground: https://play.golang.org/p/sFH_-HawO_M

C++ Passing Pointer to Function (Howto) + C++ Pointer Manipulation

void Fun(int *Pointer)
{
  //if you want to manipulate the content of the pointer:
  *Pointer=10;
  //Here we are changing the contents of Pointer to 10
}

* before the pointer means the content of the pointer (except in declarations!)

& before the pointer (or any variable) means the address

EDIT:

int someint=15;
//to call the function
Fun(&someint);
//or we can also do
int *ptr;
ptr=&someint;
Fun(ptr);

How do I display a MySQL error in PHP for a long query that depends on the user input?

Use below code to print the error code :

echo mysqli_errno($this->db_link);

Error code will give you better idea about the error.

More info can be found at https://www.techqura.com/techqura.php?post=How-to-display-MySQL-error-in-PHP&pid=8&website=techqura.com

Array length in angularjs returns undefined

var leg= $scope.name.length;
$log.info(leg);

What is the best way to repeatedly execute a function every x seconds?

If you want a non-blocking way to execute your function periodically, instead of a blocking infinite loop I'd use a threaded timer. This way your code can keep running and perform other tasks and still have your function called every n seconds. I use this technique a lot for printing progress info on long, CPU/Disk/Network intensive tasks.

Here's the code I've posted in a similar question, with start() and stop() control:

from threading import Timer

class RepeatedTimer(object):
    def __init__(self, interval, function, *args, **kwargs):
        self._timer     = None
        self.interval   = interval
        self.function   = function
        self.args       = args
        self.kwargs     = kwargs
        self.is_running = False
        self.start()

    def _run(self):
        self.is_running = False
        self.start()
        self.function(*self.args, **self.kwargs)

    def start(self):
        if not self.is_running:
            self._timer = Timer(self.interval, self._run)
            self._timer.start()
            self.is_running = True

    def stop(self):
        self._timer.cancel()
        self.is_running = False

Usage:

from time import sleep

def hello(name):
    print "Hello %s!" % name

print "starting..."
rt = RepeatedTimer(1, hello, "World") # it auto-starts, no need of rt.start()
try:
    sleep(5) # your long-running job goes here...
finally:
    rt.stop() # better in a try/finally block to make sure the program ends!

Features:

  • Standard library only, no external dependencies
  • start() and stop() are safe to call multiple times even if the timer has already started/stopped
  • function to be called can have positional and named arguments
  • You can change interval anytime, it will be effective after next run. Same for args, kwargs and even function!

JQUERY: Uncaught Error: Syntax error, unrecognized expression

try

console.log($("#"+d));

your solution is passing the double quotes as part of the string.

What is a raw type and why shouldn't we use it?

Raw types are fine when they express what you want to express.

For example, a deserialisation function might return a List, but it doesn't know the list's element type. So List is the appropriate return type here.

Sort a list of Class Instances Python

In addition to the solution you accepted, you could also implement the special __lt__() ("less than") method on the class. The sort() method (and the sorted() function) will then be able to compare the objects, and thereby sort them. This works best when you will only ever sort them on this attribute, however.

class Foo(object):

     def __init__(self, score):
         self.score = score

     def __lt__(self, other):
         return self.score < other.score

l = [Foo(3), Foo(1), Foo(2)]
l.sort()

Latex - Change margins of only a few pages

Use the "geometry" package and write \newgeometry{left=3cm,bottom=0.1cm} where you want to change your margins. When you want to reset your margins, you write \restoregeometry.

iPad/iPhone hover problem causes the user to double click a link

No need to make overcomplicated.

$('a').on('touchend', function() {
    $(this).click();
});

How to move mouse cursor using C#?

First Add a Class called Win32.cs

public class Win32
{ 
    [DllImport("User32.Dll")]
    public static extern long SetCursorPos(int x, int y);

    [DllImport("User32.Dll")]
    public static extern bool ClientToScreen(IntPtr hWnd, ref POINT point);

    [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential)]
    public struct POINT
    {
        public int x;
        public int y;

        public POINT(int X, int Y)
        {
            x = X;
            y = Y;
        }
    }
}

You can use it then like this:

Win32.POINT p = new Win32.POINT(xPos, yPos);

Win32.ClientToScreen(this.Handle, ref p);
Win32.SetCursorPos(p.x, p.y);

better way to drop nan rows in pandas

Use dropna:

dat.dropna()

You can pass param how to drop if all labels are nan or any of the labels are nan

dat.dropna(how='any')    #to drop if any value in the row has a nan
dat.dropna(how='all')    #to drop if all values in the row are nan

Hope that answers your question!

Edit 1: In case you want to drop rows containing nan values only from particular column(s), as suggested by J. Doe in his answer below, you can use the following:

dat.dropna(subset=[col_list])  # col_list is a list of column names to consider for nan values.

Get SSID when WIFI is connected

Android 9 SSID showing NULL values use this code..

ConnectivityManager connManager = (ConnectivityManager) context.getSystemService(Context.CONNECTIVITY_SERVICE);
        NetworkInfo networkInfo = connManager.getNetworkInfo(ConnectivityManager.TYPE_WIFI);
        if (networkInfo.isConnected()) {
            WifiManager wifiManager = (WifiManager) context.getApplicationContext().getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE);
            WifiInfo wifiInfo = wifiManager.getConnectionInfo();
            wifiInfo.getSSID();
            String name = networkInfo.getExtraInfo();
            String ssid = wifiInfo.getSSID();
            return ssid.replaceAll("^\"|\"$", "");
        }

How to get unique values in an array

You only need vanilla JS to find uniques with Array.some and Array.reduce. With ES2015 syntax it's only 62 characters.

a.reduce((c, v) => b.some(w => w === v) ? c : c.concat(v)), b)

Array.some and Array.reduce are supported in IE9+ and other browsers. Just change the fat arrow functions for regular functions to support in browsers that don't support ES2015 syntax.

var a = [1,2,3];
var b = [4,5,6];
// .reduce can return a subset or superset
var uniques = a.reduce(function(c, v){
    // .some stops on the first time the function returns true                
    return (b.some(function(w){ return w === v; }) ?  
      // if there's a match, return the array "c"
      c :     
      // if there's no match, then add to the end and return the entire array                                        
      c.concat(v)}),                                  
  // the second param in .reduce is the starting variable. This is will be "c" the first time it runs.
  b);                                                 

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/some https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/Reduce

break out of if and foreach

A safer way to approach breaking a foreach or while loop in PHP is to nest an incrementing counter variable and if conditional inside of the original loop. This gives you tighter control than break; which can cause havoc elsewhere on a complicated page.

Example:

// Setup a counter
$ImageCounter = 0;

// Increment through repeater fields
while ( condition ):
  $ImageCounter++;

   // Only print the first while instance
   if ($ImageCounter == 1) {
    echo 'It worked just once';
   }

// Close while statement
endwhile;

Input size vs width

size is inconsistent across different browsers and their possible font settings.

The width style set in px will at least be consistent, modulo box-sizing issues. You might also want to set the style in ‘em’ if you want to size it relative to the font (though again, this will be inconsistent unless you set the input's font family and size explicitly), or ‘%’ if you are making a liquid-layout form. Either way, a stylesheet is probably preferable to the inline style attribute.

You still need size for <select multiple> to get the height to line up with the options properly. But I'd not use it on an <input>.

Delete all SYSTEM V shared memory and semaphores on UNIX-like systems

Here, save and try this script (kill_ipcs.sh) on your shell:

#!/bin/bash

ME=`whoami`

IPCS_S=`ipcs -s | egrep "0x[0-9a-f]+ [0-9]+" | grep $ME | cut -f2 -d" "`
IPCS_M=`ipcs -m | egrep "0x[0-9a-f]+ [0-9]+" | grep $ME | cut -f2 -d" "`
IPCS_Q=`ipcs -q | egrep "0x[0-9a-f]+ [0-9]+" | grep $ME | cut -f2 -d" "`


for id in $IPCS_M; do
  ipcrm -m $id;
done

for id in $IPCS_S; do
  ipcrm -s $id;
done

for id in $IPCS_Q; do
  ipcrm -q $id;
done

We use it whenever we run IPCS programs in the university student server. Some people don't always cleanup so...it's needed :P

npm can't find package.json

Update 2018

This is becoming quite a popular question and my answer (although marked as correct) is no longer valid. Please refer to Deepali's answer below:

npm init

Original Outdated Answer

I think you forgot to setup the directory for express:

express <yourdirectory>

Once you do that you should be able to see a bunch of files, you should then run the command:

npm install -d

Regards.

Add text to textarea - Jquery

That should work. Better if you pass a function to val:

$('#replyBox').val(function(i, text) {
    return text + quote;
});

This way you avoid searching the element and calling val twice.

Move all files except one

For bash, sth answer is correct. Here is the zsh (my shell of choice) syntax:

mv ~/Linux/Old/^Tux.png ~/Linux/New/

Requires EXTENDED_GLOB shell option to be set.

Convert varchar to float IF ISNUMERIC

-- TRY THIS --

select name= case when isnumeric(empname)= 1 then 'numeric' else 'notmumeric' end from [Employees]

But conversion is quit impossible

select empname=
case
when isnumeric(empname)= 1 then empname
else 'notmumeric'
end
from [Employees]

How to handle ETIMEDOUT error?

In case if you are using node js, then this could be the possible solution

const express = require("express");
const app = express();
const server = app.listen(8080);
server.keepAliveTimeout = 61 * 1000;

https://medium.com/hk01-tech/running-eks-in-production-for-2-years-the-kubernetes-journey-at-hk01-68130e603d76

Declaring a custom android UI element using XML

It seems that Google has updated its developer page and added various trainings there.

One of them deals with the creation of custom views and can be found here

In C#, what's the difference between \n and \r\n?

The Difference

There are a few characters which can indicate a new line. The usual ones are these two:

* '\n' or '0x0A' (10 in decimal) -> This character is called "Line Feed" (LF).
* '\r' or '0x0D' (13 in decimal) -> This one is called "Carriage return" (CR).

Different Operating Systems handle newlines in a different way. Here is a short list of the most common ones:

* DOS and Windows

They expect a newline to be the combination of two characters, namely '\r\n' (or 13 followed by 10).

* Unix (and hence Linux as well)

Unix uses a single '\n' to indicate a new line.

* Mac

Macs use a single '\r'.

Taken from Here

Best practices for Storyboard login screen, handling clearing of data upon logout

Thanks bhavya's solution.There have been two answers about swift, but those are not very intact. I have do that in the swift3.Below is the main code.

In AppDelegate.swift

func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplicationLaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {
    // Override point for customization after application launch.

    // seclect the mainStoryBoard entry by whthere user is login.
    let userDefaults = UserDefaults.standard

    if let isLogin: Bool = userDefaults.value(forKey:Common.isLoginKey) as! Bool? {
        if (!isLogin) {
            self.window?.rootViewController = UIStoryboard(name: "Main", bundle: nil).instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "LogIn")
        }
   }else {
        self.window?.rootViewController = mainStoryboard.instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "LogIn")
   }

    return true
}

In SignUpViewController.swift

@IBAction func userLogin(_ sender: UIButton) {
    //handle your login work
    UserDefaults.standard.setValue(true, forKey: Common.isLoginKey)
    let delegateTemp = UIApplication.shared.delegate
    delegateTemp?.window!?.rootViewController = UIStoryboard(name: "Main", bundle: nil).instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "Main")
}

In logOutAction function

@IBAction func logOutAction(_ sender: UIButton) {
    UserDefaults.standard.setValue(false, forKey: Common.isLoginKey)
    UIApplication.shared.delegate?.window!?.rootViewController = UIStoryboard(name: "Main", bundle: nil).instantiateInitialViewController()
}

Can't operator == be applied to generic types in C#?

"...by default == behaves as described above for both predefined and user-defined reference types."

Type T is not necessarily a reference type, so the compiler can't make that assumption.

However, this will compile because it is more explicit:

    bool Compare<T>(T x, T y) where T : class
    {
        return x == y;
    }

Follow up to additional question, "But, in case I'm using a reference type, would the the == operator use the predefined reference comparison, or would it use the overloaded version of the operator if a type defined one?"

I would have thought that == on the Generics would use the overloaded version, but the following test demonstrates otherwise. Interesting... I'd love to know why! If someone knows please share.

namespace TestProject
{
 class Program
 {
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Test a = new Test();
        Test b = new Test();

        Console.WriteLine("Inline:");
        bool x = a == b;
        Console.WriteLine("Generic:");
        Compare<Test>(a, b);

    }


    static bool Compare<T>(T x, T y) where T : class
    {
        return x == y;
    }
 }

 class Test
 {
    public static bool operator ==(Test a, Test b)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("Overloaded == called");
        return a.Equals(b);
    }

    public static bool operator !=(Test a, Test b)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("Overloaded != called");
        return a.Equals(b);
    }
  }
}

Output

Inline: Overloaded == called

Generic:

Press any key to continue . . .

Follow Up 2

I do want to point out that changing my compare method to

    static bool Compare<T>(T x, T y) where T : Test
    {
        return x == y;
    }

causes the overloaded == operator to be called. I guess without specifying the type (as a where), the compiler can't infer that it should use the overloaded operator... though I'd think that it would have enough information to make that decision even without specifying the type.

Vuex - Computed property "name" was assigned to but it has no setter

For me it was changing.

this.name = response.data;

To what computed returns so;

this.$store.state.name = response.data;

Entity Framework: table without primary key

From a practical standpoint, every table--even a denormalized table like a warehouse table--should have a primary key. Or, failing that, it should at least have a unique, non-nullable index.

Without some kind of unique key, duplicate records can (and will) appear in the table, which is very problematic both for ORM layers and also for basic comprehension of the data. A table that has duplicate records is probably a symptom of bad design.

At the very least, the table should at least have an identity column. Adding an auto-generating ID column takes about 2 minutes in SQL Server and 5 minutes in Oracle. For that extra bit of effort, many, many problems will be avoided.

Is it possible to install Xcode 10.2 on High Sierra (10.13.6)?

None of the above helped for me.

I was able to install Mojave using this link here: http://dosdude1.com/mojave/ This patch worked beautifully and without a hitch

Proof: here's Mojave running on my (unsupported) 2011 Mac-mini

How to output an Excel *.xls file from classic ASP

It's AddHeader, not AppendHeader.

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<%  Option Explicit

Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.ms-excel"
Response.AddHeader "Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=excelTest.xls"
%>
<table>
    <tr>
        <td>Test</td>
    </tr>
</table>

Update: I've written a blog post about how to generate Excel files in ASP Classic. It contains a rather useful piece of code to generate both xls and csv files.

How to have conditional elements and keep DRY with Facebook React's JSX?

There is also a really clean one line version... { this.props.product.title || "No Title" }

Ie:

render: function() {
            return (
                <div className="title">
                    { this.props.product.title || "No Title" }
                </div>
            );
        }

How do I search a Perl array for a matching string?

Perl string match can also be used for a simple yes/no.

my @foo=("hello", "world", "foo", "bar");

if ("@foo" =~ /\bhello\b/){
    print "found";
}
else{
    print "not found";
}

Setting the MySQL root user password on OS X

To reference MySQL 8.0.15 + , the password() function is not available. Use the command below.

Kindly use

UPDATE mysql.user SET authentication_string='password' WHERE User='root';

How to remove undefined and null values from an object using lodash?

pickBy uses identity by default:

_.pickBy({ a: null, b: 1, c: undefined, d: false });

Making a mocked method return an argument that was passed to it

You can achieve this by using ArgumentCaptor

Imagine you have bean function like so.

public interface Application {
  public String myFunction(String abc);
}

Then in your test class:

//Use ArgumentCaptor to capture the value
ArgumentCaptor<String> param = ArgumentCaptor.forClass(String.class);


when(mock.myFunction(param.capture())).thenAnswer(new Answer<String>() {
    @Override
    public String answer(InvocationOnMock invocation) throws Throwable {
      return param.getValue();//return the captured value.
    }
  });

OR if you fan of lambda simply do:

//Use ArgumentCaptor to capture the value
ArgumentCaptor<String> param = ArgumentCaptor.forClass(String.class);


when(mock.myFunction(param.capture()))
    .thenAnswer((invocation) -> param.getValue());

Summary: Use argumentcaptor, to capture the parameter passed. Later in answer return the value captured using getValue.

How to sort an array of associative arrays by value of a given key in PHP?

Since your array elements are arrays themselves with string keys, your best bet is to define a custom comparison function. It's pretty quick and easy to do. Try this:

function invenDescSort($item1,$item2)
{
    if ($item1['price'] == $item2['price']) return 0;
    return ($item1['price'] < $item2['price']) ? 1 : -1;
}
usort($inventory,'invenDescSort');
print_r($inventory);

Produces the following:

Array
(
    [0] => Array
        (
            [type] => pork
            [price] => 5.43
        )

    [1] => Array
        (
            [type] => fruit
            [price] => 3.5
        )

    [2] => Array
        (
            [type] => milk
            [price] => 2.9
        )

)

POST unchecked HTML checkboxes

"I've gone with the server approach. Seems to work fine - thanks. – reach4thelasers Dec 1 '09 at 15:19" I would like to recommend it from the owner. As quoted: javascript solution depends on how the server handler (I didn't check it)

such as

if(!isset($_POST["checkbox"]) or empty($_POST["checkbox"])) $_POST["checkbox"]="something";

Can you run GUI applications in a Docker container?

Yet another answer in case you already built the image:

  1. invoke docker w/o sudo (How to fix docker: Got permission denied issue)

  2. share the same USER & home & passwd between host and container share (tips: use user id instead of user name)

  3. the dev folder for driver dependent libs to work well

  4. plus X11 forward.

    docker run --name=CONTAINER_NAME --network=host --privileged \
      -v /dev:/dev \
      -v `echo ~`:/home/${USER} \
      -p 8080:80 \
      --user=`id -u ${USER}` \
      --env="DISPLAY" \
      --volume="/etc/group:/etc/group:ro" \
      --volume="/etc/passwd:/etc/passwd:ro" \
      --volume="/etc/shadow:/etc/shadow:ro" \
      --volume="/etc/sudoers.d:/etc/sudoers.d:ro" \
      --volume="/tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix:rw" \
      -it REPO:TAG /bin/bash

you may ask, whats the point to use docker if so many things are the same? well, one reason I can think of is to overcome the package depency hell (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependency_hell).

So this type of usage is more suitable for developer I think.

Using Powershell to stop a service remotely without WMI or remoting

Another option; use invoke-command:

cls
$cred = Get-Credential
$server = 'MyRemoteComputer'
$service = 'My Service Name' 

invoke-command -Credential $cred -ComputerName $server -ScriptBlock {
    param(
       [Parameter(Mandatory=$True,Position=0)]
       [string]$service
    )
    stop-service $service 
} -ArgumentList $service

NB: to use this option you'll need PowerShell to be installed on the remote machine and for the firewall to allow requests through, and for the Windows Remote Management service to be running on the target machine. You can configure the firewall by running the following script directly on the target machine (one off task): Enable-PSRemoting -force.

Accessing Redux state in an action creator?

I wouldn't access state in the Action Creator. I would use mapStateToProps() and import the entire state object and import a combinedReducer file (or import * from './reducers';) in the component the Action Creator is eventually going to. Then use destructuring in the component to use whatever you need from the state prop. If the Action Creator is passing the state onto a Reducer for the given TYPE, you don't need to mention state because the reducer has access to everything that is currently set in state. Your example is not updating anything. I would only use the Action Creator to pass along state from its parameters.

In the reducer do something like:

const state = this.state;
const apple = this.state.apples;

If you need to perform an action on state for the TYPE you are referencing, please do it in the reducer.

Please correct me if I'm wrong!!!

What are differences between AssemblyVersion, AssemblyFileVersion and AssemblyInformationalVersion?

AssemblyVersion pretty much stays internal to .NET, while AssemblyFileVersion is what Windows sees. If you go to the properties of an assembly sitting in a directory and switch to the version tab, the AssemblyFileVersion is what you'll see up top. If you sort files by version, this is what's used by Explorer.

The AssemblyInformationalVersion maps to the "Product Version" and is meant to be purely "human-used".

AssemblyVersion is certainly the most important, but I wouldn't skip AssemblyFileVersion, either. If you don't provide AssemblyInformationalVersion, the compiler adds it for you by stripping off the "revision" piece of your version number and leaving the major.minor.build.

Dynamically access object property using variable

ES5 // Check Deeply Nested Variables

This simple piece of code can check for deeply nested variable / value existence without having to check each variable along the way...

var getValue = function( s, context ){
    return Function.call( context || null, 'return ' + s )();
}

Ex. - a deeply nested array of objects:

a = [ 
    {
      b : [
          {
             a : 1,
             b : [
                 {
                    c : 1,
                    d : 2   // we want to check for this
                 }
             ]
           }
      ]
    } 
]

Instead of :

if(a && a[0] && a[0].b && a[0].b[0] && a[0].b[0].b && a[0].b[0].b[0] && a[0].b[0].b[0].d && a[0].b[0].b[0].d == 2 )  // true

We can now :

if( getValue('a[0].b[0].b[0].d') == 2 ) // true

Cheers!

Parse JSON String into List<string>

Since you are using JSON.NET, personally I would go with serialization so that you can have Intellisense support for your object. You'll need a class that represents your JSON structure. You can build this by hand, or you can use something like json2csharp to generate it for you:

e.g.

public class Person
{
    public string FirstName { get; set; }
    public string LastName { get; set; }
}

public class RootObject
{
    public List<Person> People { get; set; }
}

Then, you can simply call JsonConvert's methods to deserialize the JSON into an object:

RootObject instance = JsonConvert.Deserialize<RootObject>(json);

Then you have Intellisense:

var firstName = instance.People[0].FirstName;
var lastName = instance.People[0].LastName;

Get width height of remote image from url

Just pass a callback as argument like this:

_x000D_
_x000D_
function getMeta(url, callback) {_x000D_
    var img = new Image();_x000D_
    img.src = url;_x000D_
    img.onload = function() { callback(this.width, this.height); }_x000D_
}_x000D_
getMeta(_x000D_
  "http://snook.ca/files/mootools_83_snookca.png",_x000D_
  function(width, height) { alert(width + 'px ' + height + 'px') }_x000D_
);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to store phone numbers on MySQL databases?

  • All as varchar (they aren't numbers but "collections of digits")
  • Country + area + number separately
  • Not all countries have area code (eg Malta where I am)
  • Some countries drop the leading zero from the area code when dialling internal (eg UK)
  • Format in the client code

How to properly -filter multiple strings in a PowerShell copy script

Get-ChildItem $originalPath\* -Include @("*.gif", "*.jpg", "*.xls*", "*.doc*", "*.pdf*", "*.wav*", "*.ppt")

How can I roll back my last delete command in MySQL?

A "rollback" only works if you used transactions. That way you can group queries together and undo all queries if only one of them fails.

But if you already committed the transaction (or used a regular DELETE-query), the only way of getting your data back is to recover it from a previously made backup.

Date Format in Swift

just use below function to convert date format:-

  let convertedFormat =  convertToString(dateString: "2019-02-12 11:23:12", formatIn: "yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss", formatOut: "MMM dd, yyyy")    //calling function

   print(convertedFormat) // feb 12 2019


 func convertToString (dateString: String, formatIn : String, formatOut : String) -> String {

    let dateFormater = DateFormatter()
    dateFormater.timeZone = NSTimeZone(abbreviation: "UTC") as TimeZone!
    dateFormater.dateFormat = formatIn
    let date = dateFormater.date(from: dateString)

    dateFormater.timeZone = NSTimeZone.system

    dateFormater.dateFormat = formatOut
    let timeStr = dateFormater.string(from: date!)
    return timeStr
 }

Laravel 5.1 - Checking a Database Connection

You can use alexw's solution with the Artisan. Run following commands in the command line.

php artisan tinker
DB::connection()->getPdo();

If connection is OK, you should see

CONNECTION_STATUS: "Connection OK; waiting to send.",

near the end of the response.

TypeLoadException says 'no implementation', but it is implemented

Just to add my experience as it has not been covered in other answers:

I got this problem when running unit tests in MsTest.

The classes under test were in a signed assembly.

A different version of this assembly happened to be in the GAC (but with the same assembly version number).

Dependency resolution algorithm for strong named assemblies is slightly different to non-signed as the GAC is checked first.

So MsTest was picking up the GAC'd assembly rather than using the one from the bin folder, and trying to run the tests against it, which was obviously not working.

Solution was to remove the GAC'd assembly.

Note, the clue for me was this was not happening on the build server when the tests were run, because the build would compile the assemblies with a new assembly version number. This meant that older versions of the assembly in the GAC would not be picked up.

Also, I found a potential workaround here, if you cannot for some reason access the GAC: https://johanleino.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/workaround-for-unit-testing-code-that-reside-in-the-gac/

Excel: last character/string match in a string

Cell A1 = find/the/position/of/the last slash

simple way to do it is reverse the text and then find the first slash as normal. Now you can get the length of the full text minus this number.

Like so:

=LEN(A1)-FIND("/",REVERSETEXT(A1),1)+1

This returns 21, the position of the last /

Is Django for the frontend or backend?

(a) Django is a framework, not a language

(b) I'm not sure what you're missing - there is no reason why you can't have business logic in a web application. In Django, you would normally expect presentation logic to be separated from business logic. Just because it is hosted in the same application server, it doesn't follow that the two layers are entangled.

(c) Django does provide templating, but it doesn't provide rich libraries for generating client-side content.

How to write file in UTF-8 format?

If you want to use recode recursively, and filter for type, try this:

find . -name "*.html" -exec recode L1..UTF8 {} \;

Excel how to find values in 1 column exist in the range of values in another

Use the formula by tigeravatar:

=COUNTIF($B$2:$B$5,A2)>0 – tigeravatar Aug 28 '13 at 14:50

as conditional formatting. Highlight column A. Choose conditional formatting by forumula. Enter the formula (above) - this finds values in col B that are also in A. Choose a format (I like to use FILL and a bold color).

To find all of those values, highlight col A. Data > Filter and choose Filter by color.

How do you kill all current connections to a SQL Server 2005 database?

You can Use SP_Who command and kill all process that use your database and then rename your database.

Data binding to SelectedItem in a WPF Treeview

You might also be able to use TreeViewItem.IsSelected property

Can you have a <span> within a <span>?

Yes. You can have a span within a span. Your problem stems from something else.

JavaScript - XMLHttpRequest, Access-Control-Allow-Origin errors

I've gotten same problem. The servers logs showed:

DEBUG: <-- origin: null

I've investigated that and it occurred that this is not populated when I've been calling from file from local drive. When I've copied file to the server and used it from server - the request worked perfectly fine

Java 8, Streams to find the duplicate elements

I think basic solutions to the question should be as below:

Supplier supplier=HashSet::new; 
HashSet has=ls.stream().collect(Collectors.toCollection(supplier));

List lst = (List) ls.stream().filter(e->Collections.frequency(ls,e)>1).distinct().collect(Collectors.toList());

well, it is not recommended to perform a filter operation, but for better understanding, i have used it, moreover, there should be some custom filtration in future versions.

How can I escape double quotes in XML attributes values?

A double quote character (") can be escaped as &quot;, but here's the rest of the story...

Double quote character must be escaped in this context:

  • In XML attributes delimited by double quotes:

    <EscapeNeeded name="Pete &quot;Maverick&quot; Mitchell"/>
    

Double quote character need not be escaped in most contexts:

  • In XML textual content:

    <NoEscapeNeeded>He said, "Don't quote me."</NoEscapeNeeded>
    
  • In XML attributes delimited by single quotes ('):

    <NoEscapeNeeded name='Pete "Maverick" Mitchell'/>
    

    Similarly, (') require no escaping if (") are used for the attribute value delimiters:

    <NoEscapeNeeded name="Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell"/>
    

See also

Find size of Git repository

If you use git LFS, git count-objects does not count your binaries, but only the pointers to them.

If your LFS files are managed by Artifactorys, you should use the REST API:

  • Get the www.jfrog.com API from any search engine
  • Look at Get Storage Summary Info

JQuery Datatables : Cannot read property 'aDataSort' of undefined

In my case I solved the problem by establishing a valid column number when applying the order property inside the script where you configure the data table.

var table = $('#mytable').DataTable({
     .
     .
     .
     order: [[ 1, "desc" ]],

CMake output/build directory

It sounds like you want an out of source build. There are a couple of ways you can create an out of source build.

  1. Do what you were doing, run

    cd /path/to/my/build/folder
    cmake /path/to/my/source/folder
    

    which will cause cmake to generate a build tree in /path/to/my/build/folder for the source tree in /path/to/my/source/folder.

    Once you've created it, cmake remembers where the source folder is - so you can rerun cmake on the build tree with

    cmake /path/to/my/build/folder
    

    or even

    cmake .
    

    if your current directory is already the build folder.

  2. For CMake 3.13 or later, use these options to set the source and build folders

    cmake -B/path/to/my/build/folder -S/path/to/my/source/folder
    
  3. For older CMake, use some undocumented options to set the source and build folders:

    cmake -B/path/to/my/build/folder -H/path/to/my/source/folder
    

    which will do exactly the same thing as (1), but without the reliance on the current working directory.

CMake puts all of its outputs in the build tree by default, so unless you are liberally using ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR} or ${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR} in your cmake files, it shouldn't touch your source tree.

The biggest thing that can go wrong is if you have previously generated a build tree in your source tree (i.e. you have an in source build). Once you've done this the second part of (1) above kicks in, and cmake doesn't make any changes to the source or build locations. Thus, you cannot create an out-of-source build for a source directory with an in-source build. You can fix this fairly easily by removing (at a minimum) CMakeCache.txt from the source directory. There are a few other files (mostly in the CMakeFiles directory) that CMake generates that you should remove as well, but these won't cause cmake to treat the source tree as a build tree.

Since out-of-source builds are often more desirable than in-source builds, you might want to modify your cmake to require out of source builds:

# Ensures that we do an out of source build

MACRO(MACRO_ENSURE_OUT_OF_SOURCE_BUILD MSG)
     STRING(COMPARE EQUAL "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}"
     "${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}" insource)
     GET_FILENAME_COMPONENT(PARENTDIR ${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR} PATH)
     STRING(COMPARE EQUAL "${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}"
     "${PARENTDIR}" insourcesubdir)
    IF(insource OR insourcesubdir)
        MESSAGE(FATAL_ERROR "${MSG}")
    ENDIF(insource OR insourcesubdir)
ENDMACRO(MACRO_ENSURE_OUT_OF_SOURCE_BUILD)

MACRO_ENSURE_OUT_OF_SOURCE_BUILD(
    "${CMAKE_PROJECT_NAME} requires an out of source build."
)

The above macro comes from a commonly used module called MacroOutOfSourceBuild. There are numerous sources for MacroOutOfSourceBuild.cmake on google but I can't seem to find the original and it's short enough to include here in full.

Unfortunately cmake has usually written a few files by the time the macro is invoked, so although it will stop you from actually performing the build you will still need to delete CMakeCache.txt and CMakeFiles.

You may find it useful to set the paths that binaries, shared and static libraries are written to - in which case see how do I make cmake output into a 'bin' dir? (disclaimer, I have the top voted answer on that question...but that's how I know about it).

Facebook Access Token for Pages

  1. Go to the Graph API Explorer
  2. Choose your app from the dropdown menu
  3. Click "Get Access Token"
  4. Choose the manage_pages permission (you may need the user_events permission too, not sure)
  5. Now access the me/accounts connection and copy your page's access_token
  6. Click on your page's id
  7. Add the page's access_token to the GET fields
  8. Call the connection you want (e.g.: PAGE_ID/events)

What is this date format? 2011-08-12T20:17:46.384Z

You can use the following example.

    String date = "2011-08-12T20:17:46.384Z";

    String inputPattern = "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS'Z'";

    String outputPattern = "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss";

    LocalDateTime inputDate = null;
    String outputDate = null;


    DateTimeFormatter inputFormatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern(inputPattern, Locale.ENGLISH);
    DateTimeFormatter outputFormatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern(outputPattern, Locale.ENGLISH);

    inputDate = LocalDateTime.parse(date, inputFormatter);
    outputDate = outputFormatter.format(inputDate);

    System.out.println("inputDate: " + inputDate);
    System.out.println("outputDate: " + outputDate);

How to select clear table contents without destroying the table?

I use this code to remove my data but leave the formulas in the top row. It also removes all rows except for the top row and scrolls the page up to the top.

Sub CleanTheTable()
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Sheets("Data").Select
    ActiveSheet.ListObjects("TestTable").HeaderRowRange.Select
    'Remove the filters if one exists.
    If ActiveSheet.FilterMode Then
    Selection.AutoFilter
    End If
    'Clear all lines but the first one in the table leaving formulas for the next go round.
    With Worksheets("Data").ListObjects("TestTable")
    .Range.AutoFilter
    On Error Resume Next
    .DataBodyRange.Offset(1).Resize(.DataBodyRange.Rows.Count - 1, .DataBodyRange.Columns.Count).Rows.Delete
    .DataBodyRange.Rows(1).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeConstants).ClearContents
    ActiveWindow.SmallScroll Down:=-10000

    End With
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub

How do I create a view controller file after creating a new view controller?

To add new ViewController once you have have an existing ViewController, follow below step:

  1. Click on background of Main.storyboard.

  2. Search and select ViewController from object library at the utility window.

  3. Drag and drop it in background to create a new ViewController.

How do you deploy Angular apps?

Deploying Angular 2 in azure is easy

  1. Run ng build --prod , which will generate a dist folder with everything bundled inside few files including index.html.

  2. Create a resource group and a web app inside it.

  3. Place your dist folders files using FTP. In azure it will look for index.html to the run the application.

That's it. Your app is running !

How to run regasm.exe from command line other than Visual Studio command prompt?

You don't need the directory on your path. You could put it on your path, but you don't NEED to do that.
If you are calling regasm rarely, or calling it from a batch file, you may find it is simpler to just invoke regasm via the fully-qualified pathname on the exe, eg:

c:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\regasm.exe   MyAssembly.dll

Rails 4 - passing variable to partial

From the Rails api on PartialRender:

Rendering the default case

If you're not going to be using any of the options like collections or layouts, you can also use the short-hand defaults of render to render partials.

Examples:

# Instead of <%= render partial: "account" %>
<%= render "account" %>

# Instead of <%= render partial: "account", locals: { account: @buyer } %>
<%= render "account", account: @buyer %>

# @account.to_partial_path returns 'accounts/account', so it can be used to replace:
# <%= render partial: "accounts/account", locals: { account: @account} %>
<%= render @account %>

# @posts is an array of Post instances, so every post record returns 'posts/post' on `to_partial_path`,
# that's why we can replace:
# <%= render partial: "posts/post", collection: @posts %>
<%= render @posts %>

So, you can use pass a local variable size to render as follows:

<%= render @users, size: 50 %>

and then use it in the _user.html.erb partial:

<li>
    <%= gravatar_for user, size: size %>
    <%= link_to user.name, user %>
</li>

Note that size: size is equivalent to :size => size.

Convert boolean to int in Java

That depends on the situation. Often the most simple approach is the best because it is easy to understand:

if (something) {
    otherThing = 1;
} else {
    otherThing = 0;
}

or

int otherThing = something ? 1 : 0;

But sometimes it useful to use an Enum instead of a boolean flag. Let imagine there are synchronous and asynchronous processes:

Process process = Process.SYNCHRONOUS;
System.out.println(process.getCode());

In Java, enum can have additional attributes and methods:

public enum Process {

    SYNCHRONOUS (0),
    ASYNCHRONOUS (1);

    private int code;
    private Process (int code) {
        this.code = code;
    }

    public int getCode() {
        return code;
    }
}

Where can I read the Console output in Visual Studio 2015

You can run your program by: Debug -> Start Without Debugging. It will keep a console opened after the program will be finished.

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Hide console window from Process.Start C#

This should work, try;


Add a System Reference.

using System.Diagnostics;

Then use this code to run your command in a hiden CMD Window.

Process cmd = new Process();
cmd.StartInfo.FileName = "cmd.exe";
cmd.StartInfo.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Hidden;
cmd.StartInfo.Arguments = "Enter your command here";
cmd.Start();

How do you do a ‘Pause’ with PowerShell 2.0?

The solutions like cmd /c pause cause a new command interpreter to start and run in the background. Although acceptable in some cases, this isn't really ideal.

The solutions using Read-Host force the user to press Enter and are not really "any key".

This solution will give you a true "press any key to continue" interface and will not start a new interpreter, which will essentially mimic the original pause command.

Write-Host "Press any key to continue..."
[void][System.Console]::ReadKey($true)

Error: No module named psycopg2.extensions

I had such problem when trying to run python script as a sudo, while psycopg2 was installed via pip3 to my own user's directory.

I managed to resolve the issue for myself removing pip3 version, and just installing it via apt:

pip3 uninstall psycopg2
sudo apt install python3-psycopg2

How to set a value of a variable inside a template code?

This is not a good idea in general. Do all the logic in python and pass the data to template for displaying. Template should be as simple as possible to ensure those working on the design can focus on design rather than worry about the logic.

To give an example, if you need some derived information within a template, it is better to get it into a variable in the python code and then pass it along to the template.

Iterate through DataSet

foreach (DataTable table in dataSet.Tables)
{
    foreach (DataRow row in table.Rows)
    {
        foreach (object item in row.ItemArray)
        {
            // read item
        }
    }
}

Or, if you need the column info:

foreach (DataTable table in dataSet.Tables)
{
    foreach (DataRow row in table.Rows)
    {
        foreach (DataColumn column in table.Columns)
        {
            object item = row[column];
            // read column and item
        }
    }
}

SELECT list is not in GROUP BY clause and contains nonaggregated column

As @Brian Riley already said you should either remove 1 column in your select

select countrylanguage.language ,sum(country.population*countrylanguage.percentage/100)
from countrylanguage
join country on countrylanguage.countrycode = country.code
group by countrylanguage.language
order by sum(country.population*countrylanguage.percentage) desc ;

or add it to your grouping

select countrylanguage.language, country.code, sum(country.population*countrylanguage.percentage/100)
from countrylanguage
join country on countrylanguage.countrycode = country.code
group by countrylanguage.language, country.code
order by sum(country.population*countrylanguage.percentage) desc ;

How Do I Get the Query Builder to Output Its Raw SQL Query as a String?

If you are trying to get the Log using Illuminate without Laravel use:

\Illuminate\Database\Capsule\Manager::getQueryLog();

You could also nock up a quick function like so:

function logger()
{
    $queries = \Illuminate\Database\Capsule\Manager::getQueryLog();
    $formattedQueries = [];
    foreach ($queries as $query) :
        $prep = $query['query'];

        foreach ($query['bindings'] as $binding) :

            if (is_bool($binding)) {
                $val = $binding === true ? 'TRUE' : 'FALSE';
            } else if (is_numeric($binding)) {
                $val = $binding;
            } else {
                $val = "'$binding'";
            }

            $prep = preg_replace("#\?#", $val, $prep, 1);
        endforeach;
        $formattedQueries[] = $prep;
    endforeach;
    return $formattedQueries;
}

EDIT

updated versions seem to have query logging disabled by default (the above returns an empty array). To turn back on, when initialising the Capsule Manager, grab an instance of the connection and call the enableQueryLog method

$capsule::connection()->enableQueryLog();

EDIT AGAIN

Taking the actual question into consideration, you could actually do the following to convert the current single query instead of all previous queries:

$sql = $query->toSql();
$bindings = $query->getBindings();

Javascript AES encryption

If you are trying to use javascript to avoid using SSL, think again. There are many half-way measures, but only SSL provides secure communication. Javascript encryption libraries can help against a certain set of attacks, but not a true man-in-the-middle attack.

The following article explains how to attempt to create secure communication with javascript, and how to get it wrong: Use JavaScript encryption module instead of SSL/HTTPS

Note: If you are looking for SSL for google app engine on a custom domain, take a look at wwwizer.com.

Using getResources() in non-activity class

We can use context Like this try now Where the parent is the ViewGroup.

Context context = parent.getContext();

How do I add a placeholder on a CharField in Django?

After looking at your method, I used this method to solve it.

class Register(forms.Form):
    username = forms.CharField(label='???', max_length=32)
    email = forms.EmailField(label='??', max_length=64)
    password = forms.CharField(label="??", min_length=6, max_length=16)
    captcha = forms.CharField(label="???", max_length=4)

def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
    super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
    for field_name in self.fields:
        field = self.fields.get(field_name)
        self.fields[field_name].widget.attrs.update({
            "placeholder": field.label,
            'class': "input-control"
        })

Python - Join with newline

You need to print to get that output.
You should do

>>> x = "\n".join(['I', 'would', 'expect', 'multiple', 'lines'])
>>> x                   # this is the value, returned by the join() function
'I\nwould\nexpect\nmultiple\nlines'
>>> print x    # this prints your string (the type of output you want)
I
would
expect
multiple
lines

Using DateTime in a SqlParameter for Stored Procedure, format error

How are you setting up the SqlParameter? You should set the SqlDbType property to SqlDbType.DateTime and then pass the DateTime directly to the parameter (do NOT convert to a string, you are asking for a bunch of problems then).

You should be able to get the value into the DB. If not, here is a very simple example of how to do it:

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    // Create the connection.
    using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(@"Data Source=..."))
    {
        // Open the connection.
        connection.Open();

        // Create the command.
        using (SqlCommand command = new SqlCommand("xsp_Test", connection))
        {
            // Set the command type.
            command.CommandType = System.Data.CommandType.StoredProcedure;

            // Add the parameter.
            SqlParameter parameter = command.Parameters.Add("@dt",
                System.Data.SqlDbType.DateTime);

            // Set the value.
            parameter.Value = DateTime.Now;

            // Make the call.
            command.ExecuteNonQuery();
        }
    }
}

I think part of the issue here is that you are worried that the fact that the time is in UTC is not being conveyed to SQL Server. To that end, you shouldn't, because SQL Server doesn't know that a particular time is in a particular locale/time zone.

If you want to store the UTC value, then convert it to UTC before passing it to SQL Server (unless your server has the same time zone as the client code generating the DateTime, and even then, that's a risk, IMO). SQL Server will store this value and when you get it back, if you want to display it in local time, you have to do it yourself (which the DateTime struct will easily do).

All that being said, if you perform the conversion and then pass the converted UTC date (the date that is obtained by calling the ToUniversalTime method, not by converting to a string) to the stored procedure.

And when you get the value back, call the ToLocalTime method to get the time in the local time zone.

What is the purpose and use of **kwargs?

Unpacking dictionaries

** unpacks dictionaries.

This

func(a=1, b=2, c=3)

is the same as

args = {'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c':3}
func(**args)

It's useful if you have to construct parameters:

args = {'name': person.name}
if hasattr(person, "address"):
    args["address"] = person.address
func(**args)  # either expanded to func(name=person.name) or
              #                    func(name=person.name, address=person.address)

Packing parameters of a function

def setstyle(**styles):
    for key, value in styles.iteritems():      # styles is a regular dictionary
        setattr(someobject, key, value)

This lets you use the function like this:

setstyle(color="red", bold=False)

Get original URL referer with PHP?

try this

(isset ($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) ? 
    $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'] : 
    (isset ($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']) ? 
        $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'] : 
        $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']
    )
)

Extracting specific columns in numpy array

One thing I would like to point out is, if the number of columns you want to extract is 1 the resulting matrix would not be a Mx1 Matrix as you might expect but instead an array containing the elements of the column you extracted.

To convert it to Matrix the reshape(M,1) method should be used on the resulting array.

SASS :not selector

I tried re-creating this, and .someclass.notip was being generated for me but .someclass:not(.notip) was not, for as long as I did not have the @mixin tip() defined. Once I had that, it all worked.

http://sassmeister.com/gist/9775949

$dropdown-width: 100px;
$comp-tip: true;

@mixin tip($pos:right) {

}

@mixin dropdown-pos($pos:right) {
  &:not(.notip) {
    @if $comp-tip == true{
      @if $pos == right {
        top:$dropdown-width * -0.6;
        background-color: #f00;
        @include tip($pos:$pos);
      }
    }
  }
  &.notip {
    @if $pos == right {
      top: 0;
      left:$dropdown-width * 0.8;
      background-color: #00f;
    }
  }
}

.someclass { @include dropdown-pos(); }

EDIT: http://sassmeister.com/ is a good place to debug your SASS because it gives you error messages. Undefined mixin 'tip'. it what I get when I remove @mixin tip($pos:right) { }