Programs & Examples On #Clsql

A multi-platform SQL interface for Common Lisp.

delete all from table

You can use the below query to remove all the rows from the table, also you should keep it in mind that it will reset the Identity too.

TRUNCATE TABLE table_name

How to re import an updated package while in Python Interpreter?

See here for a good explanation of how your dependent modules won't be reloaded and the effects that can have:

http://pyunit.sourceforge.net/notes/reloading.html

The way pyunit solved it was to track dependent modules by overriding __import__ then to delete each of them from sys.modules and re-import. They probably could've just reload'ed them, though.

Check if string contains only whitespace

You want to use the isspace() method

str.isspace()

Return true if there are only whitespace characters in the string and there is at least one character, false otherwise.

That's defined on every string object. Here it is an usage example for your specific use case:

if aStr and (not aStr.isspace()):
    print aStr

Making an array of integers in iOS

If the order of your integers is not required, and if there are only unique values

you can also use NSIndexSet or NSMutableIndexSet You will be able to easily add and remove integers, or check if your array contains an integer with

- (void)addIndex:(NSUInteger)index
- (void)removeIndex:(NSUInteger)index
- (BOOL)containsIndexes:(NSIndexSet *)indexSet

Check the documentation for more info.

selecting from multi-index pandas

You can also use query which is very readable in my opinion and straightforward to use:

import pandas as pd

df = pd.DataFrame({'A': [1, 2, 3, 4], 'B': [10, 20, 50, 80], 'C': [6, 7, 8, 9]})
df = df.set_index(['A', 'B'])

      C
A B    
1 10  6
2 20  7
3 50  8
4 80  9

For what you had in mind you can now simply do:

df.query('A == 1')

      C
A B    
1 10  6

You can also have more complex queries using and

df.query('A >= 1 and B >= 50')

      C
A B    
3 50  8
4 80  9

and or

df.query('A == 1 or B >= 50')

      C
A B    
1 10  6
3 50  8
4 80  9

You can also query on different index levels, e.g.

df.query('A == 1 or C >= 8')

will return

      C
A B    
1 10  6
3 50  8
4 80  9

If you want to use variables inside your query, you can use @:

b_threshold = 20
c_threshold = 8

df.query('B >= @b_threshold and C <= @c_threshold')

      C
A B    
2 20  7
3 50  8

How can I have same rule for two locations in NGINX config?

This is short, yet efficient and proven approach:

location ~ (patternOne|patternTwo){ #rules etc. }

So one can easily have multiple patterns with simple pipe syntax pointing to the same location block / rules.

SQL Server: Attach incorrect version 661

SQL Server 2008 databases are version 655. SQL Server 2008 R2 databases are 661. You are trying to attach an 2008 R2 database (v. 661) to an 2008 instance and this is not supported. Once the database has been upgraded to an 2008 R2 version, it cannot be downgraded. You'll have to either upgrade your 2008 SP2 instance to R2, or you have to copy out the data in that database into an 2008 database (eg using the data migration wizard, or something equivalent).

The message is misleading, to say the least, it says 662 because SQL Server 2008 SP2 does support 662 as a database version, this is when 15000 partitions are enabled in the database, see Support for 15000 Partitions.docx. Enabling the support bumps the DB version to 662, disabling it moves it back to 655. But SQL Server 2008 SP2 does not support 661 (the R2 version).

center a row using Bootstrap 3

Why not using the grid system?

The bootstrap grid system consist of 12 columns, so if you use the "Medium" columns it will have a 970px width size.

Then you can divide it to 3 columns (12/3=4) so use 3 divs with "col-md-4" class:

<div class="col-md-4"></div>
<div class="col-md-4"></div>
<div class="col-md-4"></div>

Each one will have 323px max width size. Keep the first and the last empty and use the middle one to get your content centerd:

<div class="col-md-4"></div>
<div class="col-md-4">
   <p>Centered content.</p>
</div>
<div class="col-md-4"></div>

How to set JAVA_HOME environment variable on Mac OS X 10.9?

I got it working by adding to ~/.profile. Somehow after updating to El Capitan beta, it didnt work even though JAVA_HOME was defined in .bash_profile.

If there are any El Capitan beta users, try adding to .profile

How to remove an item from an array in Vue.js

<v-btn color="info" @click="eliminarTarea(item.id)">Eliminar</v-btn>

And for your JS:

this.listaTareas = this.listaTareas.filter(i=>i.id != id)

Checking if a worksheet-based checkbox is checked

Try: Controls("Check Box 1") = True

How do I bind the enter key to a function in tkinter?

Another alternative is to use a lambda:

ent.bind("<Return>", (lambda event: name_of_function()))

Full code:

from tkinter import *
from tkinter.messagebox import showinfo

def reply(name):
    showinfo(title="Reply", message = "Hello %s!" % name)


top = Tk()
top.title("Echo")
top.iconbitmap("Iconshock-Folder-Gallery.ico")

Label(top, text="Enter your name:").pack(side=TOP)
ent = Entry(top)
ent.bind("<Return>", (lambda event: reply(ent.get())))
ent.pack(side=TOP)
btn = Button(top,text="Submit", command=(lambda: reply(ent.get())))
btn.pack(side=LEFT)

top.mainloop()

As you can see, creating a lambda function with an unused variable "event" solves the problem.

I want to align the text in a <td> to the top

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/CSS/vertical-align

<table style="height: 275px; width: 188px">
    <tr>
        <td style="width: 259px; vertical-align:top">
            main page
        </td>
    </tr>
</table>

?

How to change the remote a branch is tracking?

With an up to date git (2.5.5) the command is the following :

git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/branch

This will update the remote tracked branch for your current local branch

Shell script to capture Process ID and kill it if exist

Try the following script:

#!/bin/bash
pgrep $1 2>&1 > /dev/null
if [ $? -eq 0 ]
then
{
    echo " "$1" PROCESS RUNNING "
    ps -ef | grep $1 | grep -v grep | awk '{print $2}'| xargs kill -9
}
else
{
    echo "  NO $1 PROCESS RUNNING"
};fi

Need to navigate to a folder in command prompt

To access another drive, type the drive's letter, followed by ":".

D:

Then enter:

cd d:\windows\movie

How to create Temp table with SELECT * INTO tempTable FROM CTE Query

How to Use TempTable in Stored Procedure?

Here are the steps:

CREATE TEMP TABLE

-- CREATE TEMP TABLE 
Create Table #MyTempTable (
    EmployeeID int
);

INSERT TEMP SELECT DATA INTO TEMP TABLE

-- INSERT COMMON DATA
Insert Into #MyTempTable
Select EmployeeID from [EmployeeMaster] Where EmployeeID between 1 and 100

SELECT TEMP TABLE (You can now use this select query)

Select EmployeeID from #MyTempTable

FINAL STEP DROP THE TABLE

Drop Table #MyTempTable

I hope this will help. Simple and Clear :)

How do I convert from BLOB to TEXT in MySQL?

You can do it very easily.

ALTER TABLE `table_name` CHANGE COLUMN `column_name` `column_name` LONGTEXT NULL DEFAULT NULL ;

The above query worked for me. I hope it helps you too.

App.Config Transformation for projects which are not Web Projects in Visual Studio?

This works now with the Visual Studio AddIn treated in this article: SlowCheetah - Web.config Transformation Syntax now generalized for any XML configuration file.

You can right-click on your web.config and click "Add Config Transforms." When you do this, you'll get a web.debug.config and a web.release.config. You can make a web.whatever.config if you like, as long as the name lines up with a configuration profile. These files are just the changes you want made, not a complete copy of your web.config.

You might think you'd want to use XSLT to transform a web.config, but while they feels intuitively right it's actually very verbose.

Here's two transforms, one using XSLT and the same one using the XML Document Transform syntax/namespace. As with all things there's multiple ways in XSLT to do this, but you get the general idea. XSLT is a generalized tree transformation language, while this deployment one is optimized for a specific subset of common scenarios. But, the cool part is that each XDT transform is a .NET plugin, so you can make your own.

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" version="1.0">
<xsl:template match="@*|node()">
  <xsl:copy>           
    <xsl:apply-templates select="@*|node()"/>
  </xsl:copy>
</xsl:template>
<xsl:template match="/configuration/appSettings">
  <xsl:copy>
    <xsl:apply-templates select="node()|@*"/>
    <xsl:element name="add">
      <xsl:attribute name="key">NewSetting</xsl:attribute>
      <xsl:attribute name="value">New Setting Value</xsl:attribute>
    </xsl:element>
  </xsl:copy>
</xsl:template>
</xsl:stylesheet>

Or the same thing via the deployment transform:

<configuration xmlns:xdt="http://schemas.microsoft.com/XML-Document-Transform">
   <appSettings>
      <add name="NewSetting" value="New Setting Value" xdt:Transform="Insert"/>
   </appSettings>
</configuration>

Java: Check the date format of current string is according to required format or not

Disclaimer

Parsing a string back to date/time value in an unknown format is inherently impossible (let's face it, what does 3/3/3 actually mean?!), all we can do is "best effort"

Important

This solution doesn't throw an Exception, it returns a boolean, this is by design. Any Exceptions are used purely as a guard mechanism.

2018

Since it's now 2018 and Java 8+ has the date/time API (and the rest have the ThreeTen backport). The solution remains basically the same, but becomes slightly more complicated, as we need to perform checks for:

  • date and time
  • date only
  • time only

This makes it look something like...

public static boolean isValidFormat(String format, String value, Locale locale) {
    LocalDateTime ldt = null;
    DateTimeFormatter fomatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern(format, locale);

    try {
        ldt = LocalDateTime.parse(value, fomatter);
        String result = ldt.format(fomatter);
        return result.equals(value);
    } catch (DateTimeParseException e) {
        try {
            LocalDate ld = LocalDate.parse(value, fomatter);
            String result = ld.format(fomatter);
            return result.equals(value);
        } catch (DateTimeParseException exp) {
            try {
                LocalTime lt = LocalTime.parse(value, fomatter);
                String result = lt.format(fomatter);
                return result.equals(value);
            } catch (DateTimeParseException e2) {
                // Debugging purposes
                //e2.printStackTrace();
            }
        }
    }

    return false;
}

This makes the following...

System.out.println("isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 20130925 = " + isValidFormat("dd/MM/yyyy", "20130925", Locale.ENGLISH));
System.out.println("isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 = " + isValidFormat("dd/MM/yyyy", "25/09/2013", Locale.ENGLISH));
System.out.println("isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 12:13:50 = " + isValidFormat("dd/MM/yyyy", "25/09/2013  12:13:50", Locale.ENGLISH));
System.out.println("isValid - yyyy-MM-dd with 2017-18--15 = " + isValidFormat("yyyy-MM-dd", "2017-18--15", Locale.ENGLISH));

output...

isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 20130925 = false
isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 = true
isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 12:13:50 = false
isValid - yyyy-MM-dd with 2017-18--15 = false

Original Answer

Simple try and parse the String to the required Date using something like SimpleDateFormat

Date date = null;
try {
    SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat(format);
    date = sdf.parse(value);
    if (!value.equals(sdf.format(date))) {
        date = null;
    }
} catch (ParseException ex) {
    ex.printStackTrace();
}
if (date == null) {
    // Invalid date format
} else {
    // Valid date format
}

You could then simply write a simple method that performed this action and returned true when ever Date was not null...

As a suggestion...

Updated with running example

I'm not sure what you are doing, but, the following example...

import java.text.ParseException;
import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.util.Date;

public class TestDateParser {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 20130925 = " + isValidFormat("dd/MM/yyyy", "20130925"));
        System.out.println("isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 = " + isValidFormat("dd/MM/yyyy", "25/09/2013"));
        System.out.println("isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 12:13:50 = " + isValidFormat("dd/MM/yyyy", "25/09/2013  12:13:50"));
    }

    public static boolean isValidFormat(String format, String value) {
        Date date = null;
        try {
            SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat(format);
            date = sdf.parse(value);
            if (!value.equals(sdf.format(date))) {
                date = null;
            }
        } catch (ParseException ex) {
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }
        return date != null;
    }

}

Outputs (something like)...

java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date: "20130925"
isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 20130925 = false
isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 = true
isValid - dd/MM/yyyy with 25/09/2013 12:13:50 = false
    at java.text.DateFormat.parse(DateFormat.java:366)
    at javaapplication373.JavaApplication373.isValidFormat(JavaApplication373.java:28)
    at javaapplication373.JavaApplication373.main(JavaApplication373.java:19)

Not correct. For isValidFormat("yyyy-MM-dd", "2017-18--15"); not throw any Exception.

isValid - yyyy-MM-dd", "2017-18--15 = false

Seems to work as expected for me - the method doesn't rely on (nor does it throw) the exception alone to perform it's operation

How can I map True/False to 1/0 in a Pandas DataFrame?

You also can do this directly on Frames

In [104]: df = DataFrame(dict(A = True, B = False),index=range(3))

In [105]: df
Out[105]: 
      A      B
0  True  False
1  True  False
2  True  False

In [106]: df.dtypes
Out[106]: 
A    bool
B    bool
dtype: object

In [107]: df.astype(int)
Out[107]: 
   A  B
0  1  0
1  1  0
2  1  0

In [108]: df.astype(int).dtypes
Out[108]: 
A    int64
B    int64
dtype: object

Python conversion between coordinates

Thinking about it in general, I would strongly consider hiding coordinate system behind well-designed abstraction. Quoting Uncle Bob and his book:

class Point(object)
    def setCartesian(self, x, y)
    def setPolar(self, rho, theta)
    def getX(self)
    def getY(self)
    def getRho(self)
    def setTheta(self)

With interface like that any user of Point class may choose convenient representation, no explicit conversions will be performed. All this ugly sines, cosines etc. will be hidden in one place. Point class. Only place where you should care which representation is used in computer memory.

"Non-static method cannot be referenced from a static context" error

setLoanItem is an instance method, meaning you need an instance of the Media class in order to call it. You're attempting to call it on the Media type itself.

You may want to look into some basic object-oriented tutorials to see how static/instance members work.

How to initailize byte array of 100 bytes in java with all 0's

byte [] arr = new byte[100] 

Each element has 0 by default.

You could find primitive default values here:

Data Type   Default Value
byte        0
short       0
int         0
long        0L
float       0.0f
double      0.0d
char        '\u0000'
boolean     false

What does -Xmn jvm option stands for

From GC Performance Tuning training documents of Oracle:

-Xmn[size]: Size of young generation heap space.

Applications with emphasis on performance tend to use -Xmn to size the young generation, because it combines the use of -XX:MaxNewSize and -XX:NewSize and almost always explicitly sets -XX:PermSize and -XX:MaxPermSize to the same value.

In short, it sets the NewSize and MaxNewSize values of New generation to the same value.

SqlServer: Login failed for user

We got this error when reusing the ConnectionString from EntityFramework connection. We have Username and Password in the connection string but didn't specify "Persist Security Info=True". Thus, the credentials were removed from the connection string after establishing the connection (so we reused an incomplete connection string). Of course, we always have to think twice when using this setting, but in this particular case, it was ok.

Replace non-ASCII characters with a single space

For you the get the most alike representation of your original string I recommend the unidecode module:

from unidecode import unidecode
def remove_non_ascii(text):
    return unidecode(unicode(text, encoding = "utf-8"))

Then you can use it in a string:

remove_non_ascii("Ceñía")
Cenia

Visual Studio Code PHP Intelephense Keep Showing Not Necessary Error

1.3.1 fixed it.

Just update your extension and you should be good to go

Create PDF from a list of images

pgmagick is a GraphicsMagick(Magick++) binding for Python.

It's is a Python wrapper for for ImageMagick (or GraphicsMagick).

import os
from os import listdir
from os.path import isfile, join 
from pgmagick import Image

mypath = "\Images" # path to your Image directory 

for each_file in listdir(mypath):
    if isfile(join(mypath,each_file)):
        image_path = os.path.join(mypath,each_file)
        pdf_path =  os.path.join(mypath,each_file.rsplit('.', 1)[0]+'.pdf')
        img = Image(image_path)
        img.write(pdf_path)

Sample input Image:

enter image description here

PDF looks like this:

enter image description here

pgmagick iinstallation instruction for windows:

1) Download precompiled binary packages from the Unofficial Windows Binaries for Python Extension Packages (as mentioned in the pgmagick web page) and install it.

Note: Try to download correct version corresponding to your python version installed in your machine and whether its 32bit installation or 64bit.

You can check whether you have 32bit or 64bit python by just typing python at your terminal and press Enter..

D:\>python
ActivePython 2.7.2.5 (ActiveState Software Inc.) based on
Python 2.7.2 (default, Jun 24 2011, 12:21:10) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)] on win32
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.

So it has python version 2.7 and its of 32 bit (Intel)] on win32 so you have to downlad and install pgmagick-0.5.8.win32-py2.7.exe.

These are the following available Python Extension Packages for pgmagick:

  • pgmagick-0.5.8.win-amd64-py2.6.exe
  • pgmagick-0.5.8.win-amd64-py2.7.exe
  • pgmagick-0.5.8.win-amd64-py3.2.exe
  • pgmagick-0.5.8.win32-py2.6.exe
  • pgmagick-0.5.8.win32-py2.7.exe
  • pgmagick-0.5.8.win32-py3.2.exe

2) Then you can follow installation instruction from here.

pip install pgmagick

An then try to import it.

>>> from pgmagick import gminfo
>>> gminfo.version
'1.3.x'
>>> gminfo.library
'GraphicsMagick'
>>>

How to use OpenCV SimpleBlobDetector

Note: all the examples here are using the OpenCV 2.X API.

In OpenCV 3.X, you need to use:

Ptr<SimpleBlobDetector> d = SimpleBlobDetector::create(params);

See also: the transition guide: http://docs.opencv.org/master/db/dfa/tutorial_transition_guide.html#tutorial_transition_hints_headers

How to draw checkbox or tick mark in GitHub Markdown table?

Try adding a - before the [] or [x]. That's an - followed by a blank space .

Below is an example from Github blog.

### Solar System Exploration, 1950s – 1960s

- [ ] Mercury
- [x] Venus
- [x] Earth (Orbit/Moon)
- [x] Mars
- [ ] Jupiter
- [ ] Saturn
- [ ] Uranus
- [ ] Neptune
- [ ] Comet Haley

It appears like below:

Resultant Image

Here's how one could do the same in a table:

| Task           | Time required | Assigned to   | Current Status | Finished | 
|----------------|---------------|---------------|----------------|-----------|
| Calendar Cache | > 5 hours  |  | in progress | - [x] ok?
| Object Cache   | > 5 hours  |  | in progress | [x] item1<br/>[ ] item2
| Object Cache   | > 5 hours  |  | in progress | <ul><li>- [x] item1</li><li>- [ ] item2</li></ul>
| Object Cache   | > 5 hours  |  | in progress | <ul><li>[x] item1</li><li>[ ] item2</li></ul>


- [x] works
- [x] works too

Here's how it looks:

enter image description here

Get file name from URI string in C#

As of 2020, handles query strings & encoded URLs

public static string GetFileNameFromUrl (string url)
{
    var decoded = HttpUtility.UrlDecode(url);

    if (decoded.IndexOf("?") is {} queryIndex && queryIndex != -1)
    {
        decoded = decoded.Substring(0, queryIndex);
    }

    return Path.GetFileName(decoded);
}

Inner join with 3 tables in mysql

Almost correctly.. Look at the joins, you are referring the wrong fields

SELECT student.firstname,
       student.lastname,
       exam.name,
       exam.date,
       grade.grade
  FROM grade
 INNER JOIN student ON student.studentId = grade.fk_studentId
 INNER JOIN exam ON exam.examId = grade.fk_examId
 ORDER BY exam.date

Cannot construct instance of - Jackson

In your concrete example the problem is that you don't use this construct correctly:

@JsonSubTypes({ @JsonSubTypes.Type(value = MyAbstractClass.class, name = "MyAbstractClass") })

@JsonSubTypes.Type should contain the actual non-abstract subtypes of your abstract class.

Therefore if you have:

abstract class Parent and the concrete subclasses

Ch1 extends Parent and Ch2 extends Parent

Then your annotation should look like:

@JsonSubTypes({ 
          @JsonSubTypes.Type(value = Ch1.class, name = "ch1"),
          @JsonSubTypes.Type(value = Ch2.class, name = "ch2")
})

Here name should match the value of your 'discriminator':

@JsonTypeInfo(use = JsonTypeInfo.Id.NAME, 
include = JsonTypeInfo.As.WRAPPER_OBJECT, 
property = "type")

in the property field, here it is equal to type. So type will be the key and the value you set in name will be the value.

Therefore, when the json string comes if it has this form:

{
 "type": "ch1",
 "other":"fields"
}

Jackson will automatically convert this to a Ch1 class.

If you send this:

{
 "type": "ch2",
 "other":"fields"
}

You would get a Ch2 instance.

python pandas: Remove duplicates by columns A, keeping the row with the highest value in column B

I would sort the dataframe first with Column B descending, then drop duplicates for Column A and keep first

df = df.sort_values(by='B', ascending=False)
df = df.drop_duplicates(subset='A', keep="first")

without any groupby

Python float to int conversion

What Every Computer Scientist Should Know About Floating-Point Arithmetic

Floating-point numbers cannot represent all the numbers. In particular, 2.51 cannot be represented by a floating-point number, and is represented by a number very close to it:

>>> print "%.16f" % 2.51
2.5099999999999998
>>> 2.51*100
250.99999999999997
>>> 4.02*100
401.99999999999994

If you use int, which truncates the numbers, you get:

250
401

Have a look at the Decimal type.

NSURLConnection Using iOS Swift

Check Below Codes :

1. SynchronousRequest

Swift 1.2

    let urlPath: String = "YOUR_URL_HERE"
    var url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    var request1: NSURLRequest = NSURLRequest(URL: url)
    var response: AutoreleasingUnsafeMutablePointer<NSURLResponse?>=nil
    var dataVal: NSData =  NSURLConnection.sendSynchronousRequest(request1, returningResponse: response, error:nil)!
    var err: NSError
    println(response)
    var jsonResult: NSDictionary = NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(dataVal, options: NSJSONReadingOptions.MutableContainers, error: &err) as? NSDictionary
    println("Synchronous\(jsonResult)")

Swift 2.0 +

let urlPath: String = "YOUR_URL_HERE"
    let url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    let request1: NSURLRequest = NSURLRequest(URL: url)
    let response: AutoreleasingUnsafeMutablePointer<NSURLResponse?>=nil


    do{

        let dataVal = try NSURLConnection.sendSynchronousRequest(request1, returningResponse: response)

            print(response)
            do {
                if let jsonResult = try NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(dataVal, options: []) as? NSDictionary {
                    print("Synchronous\(jsonResult)")
                }
            } catch let error as NSError {
                print(error.localizedDescription)
            }



    }catch let error as NSError
    {
         print(error.localizedDescription)
    }

2. AsynchonousRequest

Swift 1.2

let urlPath: String = "YOUR_URL_HERE"
    var url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    var request1: NSURLRequest = NSURLRequest(URL: url)
    let queue:NSOperationQueue = NSOperationQueue()
    NSURLConnection.sendAsynchronousRequest(request1, queue: queue, completionHandler:{ (response: NSURLResponse!, data: NSData!, error: NSError!) -> Void in
        var err: NSError
        var jsonResult: NSDictionary = NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(data, options: NSJSONReadingOptions.MutableContainers, error: nil) as NSDictionary
        println("Asynchronous\(jsonResult)")
       })

Swift 2.0 +

let urlPath: String = "YOUR_URL_HERE"
    let url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    let request1: NSURLRequest = NSURLRequest(URL: url)
    let queue:NSOperationQueue = NSOperationQueue()

    NSURLConnection.sendAsynchronousRequest(request1, queue: queue, completionHandler:{ (response: NSURLResponse?, data: NSData?, error: NSError?) -> Void in

        do {
            if let jsonResult = try NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(data!, options: []) as? NSDictionary {
                print("ASynchronous\(jsonResult)")
            }
        } catch let error as NSError {
            print(error.localizedDescription)
        }


    })

3. As usual URL connection

Swift 1.2

    var dataVal = NSMutableData()
    let urlPath: String = "YOUR URL HERE"
    var url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    var request: NSURLRequest = NSURLRequest(URL: url)
    var connection: NSURLConnection = NSURLConnection(request: request, delegate: self, startImmediately: true)!
    connection.start()

Then

 func connection(connection: NSURLConnection!, didReceiveData data: NSData!){
    self.dataVal?.appendData(data)
}


func connectionDidFinishLoading(connection: NSURLConnection!)
{
    var error: NSErrorPointer=nil

    var jsonResult: NSDictionary = NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(dataVal!, options: NSJSONReadingOptions.MutableContainers, error: error) as NSDictionary

    println(jsonResult)



}

Swift 2.0 +

   var dataVal = NSMutableData()
    let urlPath: String = "YOUR URL HERE"
    var url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    var request: NSURLRequest = NSURLRequest(URL: url)
    var connection: NSURLConnection = NSURLConnection(request: request, delegate: self, startImmediately: true)!
    connection.start()

Then

func connection(connection: NSURLConnection!, didReceiveData data: NSData!){
    dataVal.appendData(data)
}


func connectionDidFinishLoading(connection: NSURLConnection!)
{

    do {
        if let jsonResult = try NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(dataVal, options: []) as? NSDictionary {
            print(jsonResult)
        }
    } catch let error as NSError {
        print(error.localizedDescription)
    }

}

4. Asynchronous POST Request

Swift 1.2

    let urlPath: String = "YOUR URL HERE"
    var url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    var request1: NSMutableURLRequest = NSMutableURLRequest(URL: url)

    request1.HTTPMethod = "POST"
     var stringPost="deviceToken=123456" // Key and Value

    let data = stringPost.dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)

    request1.timeoutInterval = 60
    request1.HTTPBody=data
    request1.HTTPShouldHandleCookies=false

    let queue:NSOperationQueue = NSOperationQueue()

     NSURLConnection.sendAsynchronousRequest(request1, queue: queue, completionHandler:{ (response: NSURLResponse!, data: NSData!, error: NSError!) -> Void in


        var err: NSError

        var jsonResult: NSDictionary = NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(data, options: NSJSONReadingOptions.MutableContainers, error: nil) as NSDictionary
        println("AsSynchronous\(jsonResult)")


        })

Swift 2.0 +

let urlPath: String = "YOUR URL HERE"
    let url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    let request1: NSMutableURLRequest = NSMutableURLRequest(URL: url)

    request1.HTTPMethod = "POST"
    let stringPost="deviceToken=123456" // Key and Value

    let data = stringPost.dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)

    request1.timeoutInterval = 60
    request1.HTTPBody=data
    request1.HTTPShouldHandleCookies=false

    let queue:NSOperationQueue = NSOperationQueue()

    NSURLConnection.sendAsynchronousRequest(request1, queue: queue, completionHandler:{ (response: NSURLResponse?, data: NSData?, error: NSError?) -> Void in

        do {
            if let jsonResult = try NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(data!, options: []) as? NSDictionary {
                print("ASynchronous\(jsonResult)")
            }
        } catch let error as NSError {
            print(error.localizedDescription)
        }


    })

5. Asynchronous GET Request

Swift 1.2

    let urlPath: String = "YOUR URL HERE"
    var url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    var request1: NSMutableURLRequest = NSMutableURLRequest(URL: url)

    request1.HTTPMethod = "GET"
    request1.timeoutInterval = 60
    let queue:NSOperationQueue = NSOperationQueue()

     NSURLConnection.sendAsynchronousRequest(request1, queue: queue, completionHandler:{ (response: NSURLResponse!, data: NSData!, error: NSError!) -> Void in


        var err: NSError

        var jsonResult: NSDictionary = NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(data, options: NSJSONReadingOptions.MutableContainers, error: nil) as NSDictionary
        println("AsSynchronous\(jsonResult)")


        })

Swift 2.0 +

let urlPath: String = "YOUR URL HERE"
    let url: NSURL = NSURL(string: urlPath)!
    let request1: NSMutableURLRequest = NSMutableURLRequest(URL: url)

    request1.HTTPMethod = "GET"
    let queue:NSOperationQueue = NSOperationQueue()

    NSURLConnection.sendAsynchronousRequest(request1, queue: queue, completionHandler:{ (response: NSURLResponse?, data: NSData?, error: NSError?) -> Void in

        do {
            if let jsonResult = try NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(data!, options: []) as? NSDictionary {
                print("ASynchronous\(jsonResult)")
            }
        } catch let error as NSError {
            print(error.localizedDescription)
        }


    })

6. Image(File) Upload

Swift 2.0 +

  let mainURL = "YOUR_URL_HERE"

    let url = NSURL(string: mainURL)
    let request = NSMutableURLRequest(URL: url!)
    let boundary = "78876565564454554547676"
    request.addValue("multipart/form-data; boundary=\(boundary)", forHTTPHeaderField: "Content-Type")


    request.HTTPMethod = "POST" // POST OR PUT What you want
    let session = NSURLSession(configuration:NSURLSessionConfiguration.defaultSessionConfiguration(), delegate: nil, delegateQueue: nil)

    let imageData = UIImageJPEGRepresentation(UIImage(named: "Test.jpeg")!, 1)





    var body = NSMutableData()

    body.appendData("--\(boundary)\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)

    // Append your parameters

    body.appendData("Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\"name\"\r\n\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)
    body.appendData("PREMKUMAR\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding, allowLossyConversion: true)!)
    body.appendData("--\(boundary)\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)

    body.appendData("Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\"description\"\r\n\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)
    body.appendData("IOS_DEVELOPER\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding, allowLossyConversion: true)!)
    body.appendData("--\(boundary)\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)


    // Append your Image/File Data

    var imageNameval = "HELLO.jpg"

    body.appendData("--\(boundary)\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)
    body.appendData("Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\"profile_photo\"; filename=\"\(imageNameval)\"\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)
    body.appendData("Content-Type: image/jpeg\r\n\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)
    body.appendData(imageData!)
    body.appendData("\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)

    body.appendData("--\(boundary)--\r\n".dataUsingEncoding(NSUTF8StringEncoding)!)

    request.HTTPBody = body




    let dataTask = session.dataTaskWithRequest(request) { (data, response, error) -> Void in

        if error != nil {

            //handle error


        }
        else {




            let outputString : NSString = NSString(data:data!, encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding)!
            print("Response:\(outputString)")


        }
    }
    dataTask.resume()

7. GET,POST,Etc Swift 3.0 +

let request = NSMutableURLRequest(url: URL(string: "YOUR_URL_HERE" ,param: param))!,
    cachePolicy: .useProtocolCachePolicy,
    timeoutInterval:60)
request.httpMethod = "POST" // POST ,GET, PUT What you want 

let session = URLSession.shared



  let dataTask = session.dataTask(with: request as URLRequest) {data,response,error in

do {
            if let jsonResult = try NSJSONSerialization.JSONObjectWithData(data!, options: []) as? NSDictionary {
                print("ASynchronous\(jsonResult)")
            }
        } catch let error as NSError {
            print(error.localizedDescription)
        }

    }
    dataTask.resume()

How to write a comment in a Razor view?

Note that in general, IDE's like Visual Studio will markup a comment in the context of the current language, by selecting the text you wish to turn into a comment, and then using the Ctrl+K Ctrl+C shortcut, or if you are using Resharper / Intelli-J style shortcuts, then Ctrl+/.

Server side Comments:

Razor .cshtml

Like so:

@* Comment goes here *@

.aspx
For those looking for the older .aspx view (and Asp.Net WebForms) server side comment syntax:

<%-- Comment goes here --%>

Client Side Comments

HTML Comment

<!-- Comment goes here -->

Javascript Comment

// One line Comment goes Here
/* Multiline comment
   goes here */

As OP mentions, although not displayed on the browser, client side comments will still be generated for the page / script file on the server and downloaded by the page over HTTP, which unless removed (e.g. minification), will waste I/O, and, since the comment can be viewed by the user by viewing the page source or intercepting the traffic with the browser's Dev Tools or a tool like Fiddler or Wireshark, can also pose a security risk, hence the preference to use server side comments on server generated code (like MVC views or .aspx pages).

gridview data export to excel in asp.net

may be problem in data binding in export excel . check that data properly bin to a gridview or not.

Use this code for export grid view in excel sheet and note that you must add iTextSharp dll in you project.

protected void btnExportExcel_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        Response.Clear();
        Response.Buffer = true;
        Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "attachment;filename=GridViewExport.xls");
        Response.Charset = "";
        Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.ms-excel";

        StringWriter sw = new StringWriter();
        HtmlTextWriter hw = new HtmlTextWriter(sw);
        GridView1.AllowPaging = false;

        // Re-Bind data to GridView 

        using (CompMSEntities1 CompObj = new CompMSEntities1())
        {
            Start = Convert.ToDateTime(txtStart.Text);
            End = Convert.ToDateTime(txtEnd.Text);

            GridViewSummaryReportCategory.DataSource = CompObj.SP_Category_Summary(Start, End);
            SP_Category_Summary_Result obj1 = new SP_Category_Summary_Result();
            GridView1.DataBind();
           GridView1.Visible = true;
            ExportTable.Visible = true;
        }

        //Change the Header Row back to white color

        GridView1.HeaderRow.Style.Add("background-color", "#FFFFFF");


       GridView1.Style.Add(" font-size", "10px");




        //Apply style to Individual Cells

        GridView1.HeaderRow.Cells[0].Style.Add("background-color", "green");
        GGridView1.HeaderRow.Cells[1].Style.Add("background-color", "green");
        GridView1.HeaderRow.Cells[2].Style.Add("background-color", "green");
        GridView1.HeaderRow.Cells[3].Style.Add("background-color", "green");
        GridView1.HeaderRow.Cells[4].Style.Add("background-color", "green");

        for (int i = 1; i < GridView1.Rows.Count; i++)
        {
            GridViewRow row = GridView1.Rows[i];

            //Change Color back to white

            row.BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.White;

            //Apply text style to each Row

        //    row.Attributes.Add("class", "textmode");

            //Apply style to Individual Cells of Alternating Row

            if (i % 2 != 0)
            {
                row.Cells[0].Style.Add("background-color", "#C2D69B");
                row.Cells[1].Style.Add("background-color", "#C2D69B");
                row.Cells[2].Style.Add("background-color", "#C2D69B");
                row.Cells[3].Style.Add("background-color", "#C2D69B");
                row.Cells[4].Style.Add("background-color", "#C2D69B");
            }
        }
        GridView1.RenderControl(hw);

        //style to format numbers to string

        string style = @"<style> .textmode { mso-number-format:\@; } </style>";

        Response.Write(style);
        Response.Output.Write(sw.ToString());
        Response.Flush();
        Response.End();
    }

Objective-C - Remove last character from string

The solutions given here actually do not take into account multi-byte Unicode characters ("composed characters"), and could result in invalid Unicode strings.

In fact, the iOS header file which contains the declaration of substringToIndex contains the following comment:

Hint: Use with rangeOfComposedCharacterSequencesForRange: to avoid breaking up composed characters

See how to use rangeOfComposedCharacterSequenceAtIndex: to delete the last character correctly.

Limit String Length

From php 4.0.6 , there is a function for the exact same thing

function mb_strimwidth can be used for your requirement

<?php
echo mb_strimwidth("Hello World", 0, 10, "...");
//Hello W...
?>

It does have more options though,here is the documentation for this mb_strimwidth

Why use #define instead of a variable

The #define allows you to establish a value in a header that would otherwise compile to size-greater-than-zero. Your headers should not compile to size-greater-than-zero.

// File:  MyFile.h

// This header will compile to size-zero.
#define TAX_RATE 0.625

// NO:  static const double TAX_RATE = 0.625;
// NO:  extern const double TAX_RATE;  // WHAT IS THE VALUE?

EDIT: As Neil points out in the comment to this post, the explicit definition-with-value in the header would work for C++, but not C.

How to retrieve available RAM from Windows command line?

systeminfo is a command that will output system information, including available memory

Rails formatting date

Use

Model.created_at.strftime("%FT%T")

where,

%F - The ISO 8601 date format (%Y-%m-%d)
%T - 24-hour time (%H:%M:%S)

Following are some of the frequently used useful list of Date and Time formats that you could specify in strftime method:

Date (Year, Month, Day):
  %Y - Year with century (can be negative, 4 digits at least)
          -0001, 0000, 1995, 2009, 14292, etc.
  %C - year / 100 (round down.  20 in 2009)
  %y - year % 100 (00..99)

  %m - Month of the year, zero-padded (01..12)
          %_m  blank-padded ( 1..12)
          %-m  no-padded (1..12)
  %B - The full month name (``January'')
          %^B  uppercased (``JANUARY'')
  %b - The abbreviated month name (``Jan'')
          %^b  uppercased (``JAN'')
  %h - Equivalent to %b

  %d - Day of the month, zero-padded (01..31)
          %-d  no-padded (1..31)
  %e - Day of the month, blank-padded ( 1..31)

  %j - Day of the year (001..366)

Time (Hour, Minute, Second, Subsecond):
  %H - Hour of the day, 24-hour clock, zero-padded (00..23)
  %k - Hour of the day, 24-hour clock, blank-padded ( 0..23)
  %I - Hour of the day, 12-hour clock, zero-padded (01..12)
  %l - Hour of the day, 12-hour clock, blank-padded ( 1..12)
  %P - Meridian indicator, lowercase (``am'' or ``pm'')
  %p - Meridian indicator, uppercase (``AM'' or ``PM'')

  %M - Minute of the hour (00..59)

  %S - Second of the minute (00..59)

  %L - Millisecond of the second (000..999)
  %N - Fractional seconds digits, default is 9 digits (nanosecond)
          %3N  millisecond (3 digits)
          %6N  microsecond (6 digits)
          %9N  nanosecond (9 digits)
          %12N picosecond (12 digits)

For the complete list of formats for strftime method please visit APIDock

Spark DataFrame TimestampType - how to get Year, Month, Day values from field?

You can use functions in pyspark.sql.functions: functions like year, month, etc

refer to here: https://spark.apache.org/docs/latest/api/python/pyspark.sql.html#pyspark.sql.DataFrame

from pyspark.sql.functions import *

newdf = elevDF.select(year(elevDF.date).alias('dt_year'), month(elevDF.date).alias('dt_month'), dayofmonth(elevDF.date).alias('dt_day'), dayofyear(elevDF.date).alias('dt_dayofy'), hour(elevDF.date).alias('dt_hour'), minute(elevDF.date).alias('dt_min'), weekofyear(elevDF.date).alias('dt_week_no'), unix_timestamp(elevDF.date).alias('dt_int'))

newdf.show()


+-------+--------+------+---------+-------+------+----------+----------+
|dt_year|dt_month|dt_day|dt_dayofy|dt_hour|dt_min|dt_week_no|    dt_int|
+-------+--------+------+---------+-------+------+----------+----------+
|   2015|       9|     6|      249|      0|     0|        36|1441497601|
|   2015|       9|     6|      249|      0|     0|        36|1441497601|
|   2015|       9|     6|      249|      0|     0|        36|1441497603|
|   2015|       9|     6|      249|      0|     1|        36|1441497694|
|   2015|       9|     6|      249|      0|    20|        36|1441498808|
|   2015|       9|     6|      249|      0|    20|        36|1441498811|
|   2015|       9|     6|      249|      0|    20|        36|1441498815|

How can building a heap be O(n) time complexity?

It would be O(n log n) if you built the heap by repeatedly inserting elements. However, you can create a new heap more efficiently by inserting the elements in arbitrary order and then applying an algorithm to "heapify" them into the proper order (depending on the type of heap of course).

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_heap, "Building a heap" for an example. In this case you essentially work up from the bottom level of the tree, swapping parent and child nodes until the heap conditions are satisfied.

How to convert a Bitmap to Drawable in android?

Sounds like you want to use BitmapDrawable

From the documentation:

A Drawable that wraps a bitmap and can be tiled, stretched, or aligned. You can create a BitmapDrawable from a file path, an input stream, through XML inflation, or from a Bitmap object.

.keyCode vs. .which

In Firefox, the keyCode property does not work on the onkeypress event (will only return 0). For a cross-browser solution, use the which property together with keyCode, e.g:

var x = event.which || event.keyCode;  // Use either which or keyCode, depending on browser support

Bootstrap 4, How do I center-align a button?

you can also just wrap with an H class or P class with a text-center attribute

How to copy data from one table to another new table in MySQL?

IF the table is existed. you can try insert into table_name select * from old_tale;

IF the table is not existed. you should try create table table_name like old_table; insert into table_name select * from old_tale;

Position absolute and overflow hidden

An absolutely positioned element is actually positioned regarding a relative parent, or the nearest found relative parent. So the element with overflow: hidden should be between relative and absolute positioned elements:

<div class="relative-parent">
  <div class="hiding-parent">
    <div class="child"></div>
  </div>
</div>

.relative-parent {
  position:relative;
}
.hiding-parent {
  overflow:hidden;
}
.child {
  position:absolute; 
}

How to stop an app on Heroku?

To add to the answers above: if you want to stop Dyno using admin panel, the current solution on free tier:

  1. Open App
  2. In Overview tab, in "Dyno formation" section click on "Configure Dynos"
  3. In the needed row of "Free Dynos" section, click on the pencil icon on the right
  4. Click on the blue on/off control, and then click on "Confirm"

Hope this helps.

What is the difference between display: inline and display: inline-block?

Block - Element take complete width.All properties height , width, margin , padding work

Inline - element take height and width according to the content. Height , width , margin bottom and margin top do not work .Padding and left and right margin work. Example span and anchor.

Inline block - 1. Element don't take complete width, that is why it has *inline* in its name. All properties including height , width, margin top and margin bottom work on it. Which also work in block level element.That's why it has *block* in its name.

Strange Jackson exception being thrown when serializing Hibernate object

You can use jackson-datatype-hibernate module to solve this problem. It work for me. reference: https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson-datatype-hibernate

SQL Server Pivot Table with multiple column aggregates

The least complicated, most straight-forward way of doing this is by simply wrapping your main query with the pivot in a common table expression, then grouping/aggregating.

WITH PivotCTE AS
(
    select * from  mytransactions
    pivot (sum (totalcount) for country in ([Australia], [Austria])) as pvt
)
SELECT
    numericmonth,
    chardate,
    SUM(totalamount) AS totalamount,
    SUM(ISNULL(Australia, 0)) AS Australia,
    SUM(ISNULL(Austria, 0)) Austria
FROM PivotCTE
GROUP BY numericmonth, chardate

The ISNULL is to stop a NULL value from nullifying the sum (because NULL + any value = NULL)

How can I use xargs to copy files that have spaces and quotes in their names?

I played with this a little, started contemplating modifying xargs, and realised that for the kind of use case we're talking about here, a simple reimplementation in Python is a better idea.

For one thing, having ~80 lines of code for the whole thing means it is easy to figure out what is going on, and if different behaviour is required, you can just hack it into a new script in less time than it takes to get a reply on somewhere like Stack Overflow.

See https://github.com/johnallsup/jda-misc-scripts/blob/master/yargs and https://github.com/johnallsup/jda-misc-scripts/blob/master/zargs.py.

With yargs as written (and Python 3 installed) you can type:

find .|grep "FooBar"|yargs -l 203 cp --after ~/foo/bar

to do the copying 203 files at a time. (Here 203 is just a placeholder, of course, and using a strange number like 203 makes it clear that this number has no other significance.)

If you really want something faster and without the need for Python, take zargs and yargs as prototypes and rewrite in C++ or C.

CSS to set A4 paper size

CSS

body {
  background: rgb(204,204,204); 
}
page[size="A4"] {
  background: white;
  width: 21cm;
  height: 29.7cm;
  display: block;
  margin: 0 auto;
  margin-bottom: 0.5cm;
  box-shadow: 0 0 0.5cm rgba(0,0,0,0.5);
}
@media print {
  body, page[size="A4"] {
    margin: 0;
    box-shadow: 0;
  }
}

HTML

<page size="A4"></page>
<page size="A4"></page>
<page size="A4"></page>

DEMO

Subtract two dates in SQL and get days of the result

Syntax

DATEDIFF(expr1,expr2)

Description

DATEDIFF() returns (expr1 – expr2) expressed as a value in days from one date to the other. expr1 and expr2 are date or date-and-time expressions. Only the date parts of the values are used in the calculation.

@D Stanley

Xcode 10.2.1 Command PhaseScriptExecution failed with a nonzero exit code

Probably you should do as follow:

  • Remove .xcworkspace and Pod folder
  • Run pod install
  • Delete derived data
  • Clean all project (press alt before click on click)

I tried above things and it worked for me.

How do synchronized static methods work in Java and can I use it for loading Hibernate entities?

static synchronized means holding lock on the the class's Class object where as synchronized means holding lock on that class's object itself. That means, if you are accessing a non-static synchronized method in a thread (of execution) you still can access a static synchronized method using another thread.

So, accessing two same kind of methods(either two static or two non-static methods) at any point of time by more than a thread is not possible.

How can I get the "network" time, (from the "Automatic" setting called "Use network-provided values"), NOT the time on the phone?

This seemed to work for me:

LocationManager locMan = (LocationManager) activity.getSystemService(activity.LOCATION_SERVICE);
long networkTS = locMan.getLastKnownLocation(LocationManager.NETWORK_PROVIDER).getTime();

Working on Android 2.2 API (Level 8)

Multiple linear regression in Python

try a generalized linear model with a gaussian family

y = np.array([-6, -5, -10, -5, -8, -3, -6, -8, -8])
X = np.array([
    [-4.95, -4.55, -10.96, -1.08, -6.52, -0.81, -7.01, -4.46, -11.54],
    [-5.87, -4.52, -11.64, -3.36, -7.45, -2.36, -7.33, -7.65, -10.03],
    [-0.76, -0.71, -0.98, 0.75, -0.86, -0.50, -0.33, -0.94, -1.03],
    [14.73, 13.74, 15.49, 24.72, 16.59, 22.44, 13.93, 11.40, 18.18],
    [4.02, 4.47, 4.18, 4.96, 4.29, 4.81, 4.32, 4.43, 4.28],
    [0.20, 0.16, 0.19, 0.16, 0.10, 0.15, 0.21, 0.16, 0.21],
    [0.45, 0.50, 0.53, 0.60, 0.48, 0.53, 0.50, 0.49, 0.55],
])
X=zip(*reversed(X))

df=pd.DataFrame({'X':X,'y':y})
columns=7
for i in range(0,columns):
    df['X'+str(i)]=df.apply(lambda row: row['X'][i],axis=1)

df=df.drop('X',axis=1)
print(df)


#model_formula='y ~ X0+X1+X2+X3+X4+X5+X6'
model_formula='y ~ X0'

model_family = sm.families.Gaussian()
model_fit = glm(formula = model_formula, 
             data = df, 
             family = model_family).fit()

print(model_fit.summary())

# Extract coefficients from the fitted model wells_fit
#print(model_fit.params)
intercept, slope = model_fit.params

# Print coefficients
print('Intercept =', intercept)
print('Slope =', slope)

# Extract and print confidence intervals
print(model_fit.conf_int())

df2=pd.DataFrame()
df2['X0']=np.linspace(0.50,0.70,50)

df3=pd.DataFrame()
df3['X1']=np.linspace(0.20,0.60,50)

prediction0=model_fit.predict(df2)
#prediction1=model_fit.predict(df3)

plt.plot(df2['X0'],prediction0,label='X0')
plt.ylabel("y")
plt.xlabel("X0")
plt.show()

Detecting iOS / Android Operating system

For this and other kind of client detections I suggest this js library: http://hictech.github.io/navJs/tester/index.html

For your specific answer use:

navJS.isIOS() || navJS.isAndroid()

How to get the data-id attribute?

I have a span. I want to take the value of attribute data-txt-lang, which is used defined.

$(document).ready(function ()
{
<span class="txt-lang-btn" data-txt-lang="en">EN</span>
alert($('.txt-lang-btn').attr('data-txt-lang'));
});

PHP: Split a string in to an array foreach char

Since str_split() function is not multibyte safe, an easy solution to split UTF-8 encoded string is to use preg_split() with u (PCRE_UTF8) modifier.

preg_split( '//u', $str, null, PREG_SPLIT_NO_EMPTY )

Add a CSS border on hover without moving the element

add margin:-1px; which reduces 1px to each side. or if you need only for side you can do margin-left:-1px etc.

How do I mount a host directory as a volume in docker compose

Checkout their documentation

From the looks of it you could do the following on your docker-compose.yml

volumes:
    - ./:/app

Where ./ is the host directory, and /app is the target directory for the containers.


EDIT:
Previous documentation source now leads to version history, you'll have to select the version of compose you're using and look for the reference.

For the lazy – v3 / v2 / v1

Side note: Syntax remains the same for all versions as of this edit

Change output format for MySQL command line results to CSV

If you are using mysql client you can set up the resultFormat per session e.g.

mysql -h localhost -u root --resutl-format=json

or

mysql -h localhost -u root --vertical

Check out the full list of arguments here.

how to "execute" make file

As paxdiablo said make -f pax.mk would execute the pax.mk makefile, if you directly execute it by typing ./pax.mk, then you would get syntax error.

Also you can just type make if your file name is makefile/Makefile.

Suppose you have two files named makefile and Makefile in the same directory then makefile is executed if make alone is given. You can even pass arguments to makefile.

Check out more about makefile at this Tutorial : Basic understanding of Makefile

How do you read CSS rule values with JavaScript?

I added return of object where attributes are parsed out style/values:

var getClassStyle = function(className){
    var x, sheets,classes;
    for( sheets=document.styleSheets.length-1; sheets>=0; sheets-- ){
        classes = document.styleSheets[sheets].rules || document.styleSheets[sheets].cssRules;
        for(x=0;x<classes.length;x++) {
            if(classes[x].selectorText===className){
                classStyleTxt = (classes[x].cssText ? classes[x].cssText : classes[x].style.cssText).match(/\{\s*([^{}]+)\s*\}/)[1];
                var classStyles = {};
                var styleSets = classStyleTxt.match(/([^;:]+:\s*[^;:]+\s*)/g);
                for(y=0;y<styleSets.length;y++){
                    var style = styleSets[y].match(/\s*([^:;]+):\s*([^;:]+)/);
                    if(style.length > 2)
                        classStyles[style[1]]=style[2];
                }
                return classStyles;
            }
        }
    }
    return false;
};

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

This worked for me and also localised it:

$.datepicker.setDefaults( $.datepicker.regional[ "fr" ] );
$(function() {
   $( "#txtDespatchDate" ).datepicker( );
   $( "#txtDespatchDate" ).datepicker( "option", "dateFormat", "dd/mm/yy" );
   $('#txtDespatchDate').datepicker('setDate', new Date());
});

BeanFactory vs ApplicationContext

For the most part, ApplicationContext is preferred unless you need to save resources, like on a mobile application.

I'm not sure about depending on XML format, but I'm pretty sure the most common implementations of ApplicationContext are the XML ones such as ClassPathXmlApplicationContext, XmlWebApplicationContext, and FileSystemXmlApplicationContext. Those are the only three I've ever used.

If your developing a web app, it's safe to say you'll need to use XmlWebApplicationContext.

If you want your beans to be aware of Spring, you can have them implement BeanFactoryAware and/or ApplicationContextAware for that, so you can use either BeanFactory or ApplicationContext and choose which interface to implement.

Why doesn't CSS ellipsis work in table cell?

Try using max-width instead of width, the table will still calculate the width automatically.

Works even in ie11 (with ie8 compatibility mode).

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  border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
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  text-overflow: ellipsis;_x000D_
  white-space: nowrap;_x000D_
}
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    </tr>_x000D_
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      <td>Hello Stack Overflow</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
  </tbody>_x000D_
</table>
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jsfiddle.

Get custom product attributes in Woocommerce

You can get the single value for the attribute with below code:

$pa_koostis_value = get_post_meta($product->id, 'pa_koostis', true);

Java Enum return Int

If you are concatenating the enum with a string you can override toString method to return the int:

public String toString() {
    return value + "";
}

Then you could simply use:

String something = "foo" + DownloadType.AUDIO;

and the toString() method will be invoked.


Note that using toString() programmatically is generally considered poor practice - it is intended for human eyes only, however this is the only way to achieve what you're asking.

When to use RSpec let()?

I use let to test my HTTP 404 responses in my API specs using contexts.

To create the resource, I use let!. But to store the resource identifier, I use let. Take a look how it looks like:

let!(:country)   { create(:country) }
let(:country_id) { country.id }
before           { get "api/countries/#{country_id}" }

it 'responds with HTTP 200' { should respond_with(200) }

context 'when the country does not exist' do
  let(:country_id) { -1 }
  it 'responds with HTTP 404' { should respond_with(404) }
end

That keeps the specs clean and readable.

React-Native: Application has not been registered error

First of all you must start your application:

react-native start

Then, you must set your application name as the first argument of registerComponent.

It works fine.

AppRegistry.registerComponent('YourProjectName', () => YourComponentName);

Create a user with all privileges in Oracle

There are 2 differences:

2 methods creating a user and granting some privileges to him

create user userName identified by password;
grant connect to userName;

and

grant connect to userName identified by password;

do exactly the same. It creates a user and grants him the connect role.

different outcome

resource is a role in oracle, which gives you the right to create objects (tables, procedures, some more but no views!). ALL PRIVILEGES grants a lot more of system privileges.

To grant a user all privileges run you first snippet or

grant all privileges to userName identified by password;

Android Emulator: Installation error: INSTALL_FAILED_VERSION_DOWNGRADE

You can also consider adding -d flag to adb install. It should ignore this error.

adb install -r -d abc.apk

Polling the keyboard (detect a keypress) in python

The standard approach is to use the select module.

However, this doesn't work on Windows. For that, you can use the msvcrt module's keyboard polling.

Often, this is done with multiple threads -- one per device being "watched" plus the background processes that might need to be interrupted by the device.

Removing trailing newline character from fgets() input

I'm a bit surprised that no one has mentioned this. In general, rather than trimming data that you don't want, avoid writing it in the first place. If you don't want the newline in the buffer, don't use fgets. Instead, use getc or fgetc or scanf. Perhaps something like:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
int
main(void)
{
        char Name[256];
        char fmt[32];
        int rc;
        sprintf(fmt, "%%%zd[^\n]", sizeof Name - 1);
        if( (rc = scanf(fmt, Name)) == 1 ) {
                printf("Name = %s\n", Name);
        }
        return rc == 1 ? EXIT_SUCCESS : EXIT_FAILURE;
}

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

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

Convert.ToInt64("1100.25")

Method signature from MSDN:

public static long ToInt64(
    string value
)

Convert the first element of an array to a string in PHP

If your goal is output your array to a string for debbuging: you can use the print_r() function, which receives an expression parameter (your array), and an optional boolean return parameter. Normally the function is used to echo the array, but if you set the return parameter as true, it will return the array impression.

Example:

    //We create a 2-dimension Array as an example
    $ProductsArray = array();

    $row_array['Qty'] = 20;
    $row_array['Product'] = "Cars";

    array_push($ProductsArray,$row_array);

    $row_array2['Qty'] = 30;
    $row_array2['Product'] = "Wheels";

    array_push($ProductsArray,$row_array2);

    //We save the Array impression into a variable using the print_r function
    $ArrayString = print_r($ProductsArray, 1);

    //You can echo the string
    echo $ArrayString;

    //or Log the string into a Log file
    $date = date("Y-m-d H:i:s", time());
    $LogFile = "Log.txt";
    $fh = fopen($LogFile, 'a') or die("can't open file");
    $stringData = "--".$date."\n".$ArrayString."\n";
    fwrite($fh, $stringData);
    fclose($fh);

This will be the output:

Array
(
    [0] => Array
        (
            [Qty] => 20
            [Product] => Cars
        )

    [1] => Array
        (
            [Qty] => 30
            [Product] => Wheels
        )

)

How to use Python's pip to download and keep the zipped files for a package?

I would prefer (RHEL) - pip download package==version --no-deps --no-binary=:all:

Does Python have an argc argument?

You're better off looking at argparse for argument parsing.

http://docs.python.org/dev/library/argparse.html

Just makes it easy, no need to do the heavy lifting yourself.

What do the result codes in SVN mean?

There is also an 'E' status

E = File existed before update

This can happen if you have manually created a folder that would have been created by performing an update.

How to preview an image before and after upload?

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    reader.onload = function(e) {_x000D_
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    reader.readAsDataURL(input.files[0]);_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
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img {_x000D_
  max-width: 180px;_x000D_
}
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<input type='file' onchange="readURL(this);" />_x000D_
<img id="ImdID" src="" alt="Image" />
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Python try-else

I find it really useful when you've got cleanup to do that has to be done even if there's an exception:

try:
    data = something_that_can_go_wrong()
except Exception as e: # yes, I know that's a bad way to do it...
    handle_exception(e)
else:
    do_stuff(data)
finally:
    clean_up()

Using a Glyphicon as an LI bullet point (Bootstrap 3)

I'm using a simplyfied version (just using position relative) based on @SimonEast answer:

li:before {
    content: "\e080";
    font-family: 'Glyphicons Halflings';
    font-size: 9px;
    position: relative;
    margin-right: 10px;
    top: 3px;
    color: #ccc;
}

How to construct a relative path in Java from two absolute paths (or URLs)?

At the time of writing (June 2010), this was the only solution that passed my test cases. I can't guarantee that this solution is bug-free, but it does pass the included test cases. The method and tests I've written depend on the FilenameUtils class from Apache commons IO.

The solution was tested with Java 1.4. If you're using Java 1.5 (or higher) you should consider replacing StringBuffer with StringBuilder (if you're still using Java 1.4 you should consider a change of employer instead).

import java.io.File;
import java.util.regex.Pattern;

import org.apache.commons.io.FilenameUtils;

public class ResourceUtils {

    /**
     * Get the relative path from one file to another, specifying the directory separator. 
     * If one of the provided resources does not exist, it is assumed to be a file unless it ends with '/' or
     * '\'.
     * 
     * @param targetPath targetPath is calculated to this file
     * @param basePath basePath is calculated from this file
     * @param pathSeparator directory separator. The platform default is not assumed so that we can test Unix behaviour when running on Windows (for example)
     * @return
     */
    public static String getRelativePath(String targetPath, String basePath, String pathSeparator) {

        // Normalize the paths
        String normalizedTargetPath = FilenameUtils.normalizeNoEndSeparator(targetPath);
        String normalizedBasePath = FilenameUtils.normalizeNoEndSeparator(basePath);

        // Undo the changes to the separators made by normalization
        if (pathSeparator.equals("/")) {
            normalizedTargetPath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToUnix(normalizedTargetPath);
            normalizedBasePath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToUnix(normalizedBasePath);

        } else if (pathSeparator.equals("\\")) {
            normalizedTargetPath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToWindows(normalizedTargetPath);
            normalizedBasePath = FilenameUtils.separatorsToWindows(normalizedBasePath);

        } else {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("Unrecognised dir separator '" + pathSeparator + "'");
        }

        String[] base = normalizedBasePath.split(Pattern.quote(pathSeparator));
        String[] target = normalizedTargetPath.split(Pattern.quote(pathSeparator));

        // First get all the common elements. Store them as a string,
        // and also count how many of them there are.
        StringBuffer common = new StringBuffer();

        int commonIndex = 0;
        while (commonIndex < target.length && commonIndex < base.length
                && target[commonIndex].equals(base[commonIndex])) {
            common.append(target[commonIndex] + pathSeparator);
            commonIndex++;
        }

        if (commonIndex == 0) {
            // No single common path element. This most
            // likely indicates differing drive letters, like C: and D:.
            // These paths cannot be relativized.
            throw new PathResolutionException("No common path element found for '" + normalizedTargetPath + "' and '" + normalizedBasePath
                    + "'");
        }   

        // The number of directories we have to backtrack depends on whether the base is a file or a dir
        // For example, the relative path from
        //
        // /foo/bar/baz/gg/ff to /foo/bar/baz
        // 
        // ".." if ff is a file
        // "../.." if ff is a directory
        //
        // The following is a heuristic to figure out if the base refers to a file or dir. It's not perfect, because
        // the resource referred to by this path may not actually exist, but it's the best I can do
        boolean baseIsFile = true;

        File baseResource = new File(normalizedBasePath);

        if (baseResource.exists()) {
            baseIsFile = baseResource.isFile();

        } else if (basePath.endsWith(pathSeparator)) {
            baseIsFile = false;
        }

        StringBuffer relative = new StringBuffer();

        if (base.length != commonIndex) {
            int numDirsUp = baseIsFile ? base.length - commonIndex - 1 : base.length - commonIndex;

            for (int i = 0; i < numDirsUp; i++) {
                relative.append(".." + pathSeparator);
            }
        }
        relative.append(normalizedTargetPath.substring(common.length()));
        return relative.toString();
    }


    static class PathResolutionException extends RuntimeException {
        PathResolutionException(String msg) {
            super(msg);
        }
    }    
}

The test cases that this passes are

public void testGetRelativePathsUnix() {
    assertEquals("stuff/xyz.dat", ResourceUtils.getRelativePath("/var/data/stuff/xyz.dat", "/var/data/", "/"));
    assertEquals("../../b/c", ResourceUtils.getRelativePath("/a/b/c", "/a/x/y/", "/"));
    assertEquals("../../b/c", ResourceUtils.getRelativePath("/m/n/o/a/b/c", "/m/n/o/a/x/y/", "/"));
}

public void testGetRelativePathFileToFile() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\sapisvr.exe";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals("..\\..\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf", relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathDirectoryToFile() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals("..\\..\\Boot\\Fonts\\chs_boot.ttf", relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathFileToDirectory() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\Fonts";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\foo.txt";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals("..\\..\\Boot\\Fonts", relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathDirectoryToDirectory() {
    String target = "C:\\Windows\\Boot\\";
    String base = "C:\\Windows\\Speech\\Common\\";
    String expected = "..\\..\\Boot";

    String relPath = ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
    assertEquals(expected, relPath);
}

public void testGetRelativePathDifferentDriveLetters() {
    String target = "D:\\sources\\recovery\\RecEnv.exe";
    String base = "C:\\Java\\workspace\\AcceptanceTests\\Standard test data\\geo\\";

    try {
        ResourceUtils.getRelativePath(target, base, "\\");
        fail();

    } catch (PathResolutionException ex) {
        // expected exception
    }
}

Verify a certificate chain using openssl verify

The problem is, that openssl -verify does not do the job.

As Priyadi mentioned, openssl -verify stops at the first self signed certificate, hence you do not really verify the chain, as often the intermediate cert is self-signed.

I assume that you want to be 101% sure, that the certificate files are correct before you try to install them in the productive web service. This recipe here performs exactly this pre-flight-check.

Please note that the answer of Peter is correct, however the output of openssl -verify is no clue that everything really works afterwards. Yes, it might find some problems, but quite not all.

Here is a script which does the job to verify a certificate chain before you install it into Apache. Perhaps this can be enhanced with some of the more mystic OpenSSL magic, but I am no OpenSSL guru and following works:

#!/bin/bash
# This Works is placed under the terms of the Copyright Less License,
# see file COPYRIGHT.CLL.  USE AT OWN RISK, ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. 
#
# COPYRIGHT.CLL can be found at http://permalink.de/tino/cll
# (CLL is CC0 as long as not covered by any Copyright)

OOPS() { echo "OOPS: $*" >&2; exit 23; }

PID=
kick() { [ -n "$PID" ] && kill "$PID" && sleep .2; PID=; }
trap 'kick' 0

serve()
{
kick
PID=
openssl s_server -key "$KEY" -cert "$CRT" "$@" -www &
PID=$!
sleep .5    # give it time to startup
}

check()
{
while read -r line
do
    case "$line" in
    'Verify return code: 0 (ok)')   return 0;;
    'Verify return code: '*)    return 1;;
#   *)  echo "::: $line :::";;
    esac
done < <(echo | openssl s_client -verify 8 -CApath /etc/ssl/certs/)
OOPS "Something failed, verification output not found!"
return 2
}

ARG="${1%.}"
KEY="$ARG.key"
CRT="$ARG.crt"
BND="$ARG.bundle"

for a in "$KEY" "$CRT" "$BND"
do
    [ -s "$a" ] || OOPS "missing $a"
done

serve
check && echo "!!! =========> CA-Bundle is not needed! <========"
echo
serve -CAfile "$BND"
check
ret=$?
kick

echo
case $ret in
0)  echo "EVERYTHING OK"
    echo "SSLCertificateKeyFile $KEY"
    echo "SSLCertificateFile    $CRT"
    echo "SSLCACertificateFile  $BND"
    ;;
*)  echo "!!! =========> something is wrong, verification failed! <======== ($ret)";;
esac

exit $ret

Note that the output after EVERYTHING OK is the Apache setting, because people using NginX or haproxy usually can read and understand this perfectly, too ;)

There is a GitHub Gist of this which might have some updates

Prerequisites of this script:

  • You have the trusted CA root data in /etc/ssl/certs as usual for example on Ubuntu
  • Create a directory DIR where you store 3 files:
    • DIR/certificate.crt which contains the certificate
    • DIR/certificate.key which contains the secret key for your webservice (without passphrase)
    • DIR/certificate.bundle which contains the CA-Bundle. On how to prepare the bundle, see below.
  • Now run the script: ./check DIR/certificate (this assumes that the script is named check in the current directory)
  • There is a very unlikely case that the script outputs CA-Bundle is not needed. This means, that you (read: /etc/ssl/certs/) already trusts the signing certificate. But this is highly unlikely in the WWW.
  • For this test port 4433 must be unused on your workstation. And better only run this in a secure environment, as it opens port 4433 shortly to the public, which might see foreign connects in a hostile environment.

How to create the certificate.bundle file?

In the WWW the trust chain usually looks like this:

  • trusted certificate from /etc/ssl/certs
  • unknown intermediate certificate(s), possibly cross signed by another CA
  • your certificate (certificate.crt)

Now, the evaluation takes place from bottom to top, this means, first, your certificate is read, then the unknown intermediate certificate is needed, then perhaps the cross-signing-certificate and then /etc/ssl/certs is consulted to find the proper trusted certificate.

The ca-bundle must be made up in excactly the right processing order, this means, the first needed certificate (the intermediate certificate which signs your certificate) comes first in the bundle. Then the cross-signing-cert is needed.

Usually your CA (the authority who signed your certificate) will provide such a proper ca-bundle-file already. If not, you need to pick all the needed intermediate certificates and cat them together into a single file (on Unix). On Windows you can just open a text editor (like notepad.exe) and paste the certificates into the file, the first needed on top and following the others.

There is another thing. The files need to be in PEM format. Some CAs issue DER (a binary) format. PEM is easy to spot: It is ASCII readable. For mor on how to convert something into PEM, see How to convert .crt to .pem and follow the yellow brick road.

Example:

You have:

  • intermediate2.crt the intermediate cert which signed your certificate.crt
  • intermediate1.crt another intermediate cert, which singed intermediate2.crt
  • crossigned.crt which is a cross signing certificate from another CA, which signed intermediate1.crt
  • crossintermediate.crt which is another intermediate from the other CA which signed crossigned.crt (you probably will never ever see such a thing)

Then the proper cat would look like this:

cat intermediate2.crt intermediate1.crt crossigned.crt crossintermediate.crt > certificate.bundle

And how can you find out which files are needed or not and in which sequence?

Well, experiment, until the check tells you everything is OK. It is like a computer puzzle game to solve the riddle. Every. Single. Time. Even for pros. But you will get better each time you need to do this. So you are definitively not alone with all that pain. It's SSL, ya' know? SSL is probably one of the worst designs I ever saw in over 30 years of professional system administration. Ever wondered why crypto has not become mainstream in the last 30 years? That's why. 'nuff said.

What is Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface?

Unless you have some kind of really weird problem, keep it. The number of IPv6 sites is very small, but there are some and it will let you get to them even if you're at an IPv4 only location.

If it is causing you a problem, it's best to fix it. I've seen a number of people recommending removing it to solve problems. However, they're not actually solving the root cause of the issue. In all the cases I've seen, removing Teredo just happens to cause a side-effect that fixes their problem... :)

Regex empty string or email

I prefer /^\s+$|^$/gi to match empty and empty spaces.

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How do you remove duplicates from a list whilst preserving order?

A simple recursive solution:

def uniquefy_list(a):
    return uniquefy_list(a[1:]) if a[0] in a[1:] else [a[0]]+uniquefy_list(a[1:]) if len(a)>1 else [a[0]]

Fixing Segmentation faults in C++

Before the problem arises, try to avoid it as much as possible:

  • Compile and run your code as often as you can. It will be easier to locate the faulty part.
  • Try to encapsulate low-level / error prone routines so that you rarely have to work directly with memory (pay attention to the modelization of your program)
  • Maintain a test-suite. Having an overview of what is currently working, what is no more working etc, will help you to figure out where the problem is (Boost test is a possible solution, I don't use it myself but the documentation can help to understand what kind of information must be displayed).

Use appropriate tools for debugging. On Unix:

  • GDB can tell you where you program crash and will let you see in what context.
  • Valgrind will help you to detect many memory-related errors.
  • With GCC you can also use mudflap With GCC, Clang and since October experimentally MSVC you can use Address/Memory Sanitizer. It can detect some errors that Valgrind doesn't and the performance loss is lighter. It is used by compiling with the-fsanitize=address flag.

Finally I would recommend the usual things. The more your program is readable, maintainable, clear and neat, the easiest it will be to debug.

JavaScript backslash (\) in variables is causing an error

You have to escape each \ to be \\:

var ttt = "aa ///\\\\\\";

Updated: I think this question is not about the escape character in string at all. The asker doesn't seem to explain the problem correctly.

because you had to show a message to user that user can't give a name which has (\) character.

I think the scenario is like:

var user_input_name = document.getElementById('the_name').value;

Then the asker wants to check if user_input_name contains any [\]. If so, then alert the user.

If user enters [aa ///\] in HTML input box, then if you alert(user_input_name), you will see [aaa ///\]. You don't need to escape, i.e. replace [\] to be [\\] in JavaScript code. When you do escaping, that is because you are trying to make of a string which contain special characters in JavaScript source code. If you don't do it, it won't be parsed correct. Since you already get a string, you don't need to pass it into an escaping function. If you do so, I am guessing you are generating another JavaScript code from a JavaScript code, but it's not the case here.

I am guessing asker wants to simulate the input, so we can understand the problem. Unfortunately, asker doesn't understand JavaScript well. Therefore, a syntax error code being supplied to us:

var ttt = "aa ///\";

Hence, we assume the asker having problem with escaping.

If you want to simulate, you code must be valid at first place.

var ttt = "aa ///\\"; // <- This is correct
// var ttt = "aa ///\"; // <- This is not.

alert(ttt); // You will see [aa ///\] in dialog, which is what you expect, right?

Now, you only need to do is

var user_input_name = document.getElementById('the_name').value;
if (user_input_name.indexOf("\\") >= 0) { // There is a [\] in the string
  alert("\\ is not allowed to be used!"); // User reads [\ is not allowed to be used]
  do_something_else();
  }

Edit: I used [] to quote text to be shown, so it would be less confused than using "".

jQuery UI Datepicker - Multiple Date Selections

<div id="calendar"></div>
<script>
$(document).ready(function() {
    var days = [];

    $('#calendar').datepicker({
        dateFormat: 'yymmdd',
        showWeek: true, showOtherMonths: false, selectOtherMonths: false,
        navigationAsDateFormat: true, prevText: 'MM', nextText: 'MM',
        onSelect: function(d) {
            var i = $.inArray(d, days);

            if (i == -1)
                days.push(d);
            else
                days.splice(i, 1);
        },
        beforeShowDay: function(d) {
            return ([true, $.inArray($.datepicker.formatDate('yymmdd', d), days) == -1 ? 'ui-state-free' : 'ui-state-busy']);
        }
    });
});
</script>

NOTE: You can prefill days with a list of dates like '20190101' with a piece of code in PHP.

Add 2 lines to your CSS:

#calendar .ui-state-busy a {background:#e6e6e6 !important;}
#calendar .ui-state-free a {background:none !important;}

To get the list of days selected by the calendar in a <form>:

<div id="calendar"></div>
<form method="post">
<input type="submit" name="calendar_get" id="calendar_get" value="Validate" />
</form>

Add this to the <script>:

    $('#calendar_get').click(function() {
        $(this).append('<input type="hidden" name="calendar_days" value="' + days.join(',') + '" />');
    });

Apply implode on the string in $_POST['calendar_days'] and map strtotime to all the formatted dates.

Export DataTable to Excel with Open Xml SDK in c#

You could try taking a look at this libary. I've used it for one of my projects and found it very easy to work with, reliable and fast (I only used it for exporting data).

http://epplus.codeplex.com/

Git "error: The branch 'x' is not fully merged"

to see changes that are not merged, I did this:

git checkout experiment
git merge --no-commit master

git diff --cached

Note: This shows changes in master that are not in experiment.

Don't forget to:

git merge --abort

When you're done lookin.

Padding or margin value in pixels as integer using jQuery

ok just to answer the original question:

you can get the padding as a usable integer like this:

var padding = parseInt($("myId").css("padding-top").replace("ems",""));

If you have defined another measurement like px just replace "ems" with "px". parseInt interprets the stringpart as a wrong value so its important to replace it with ... nothing.

Reverting single file in SVN to a particular revision

svn revert filename 

this should revert a single file.

Hour from DateTime? in 24 hours format

date.ToString("HH:mm:ss"); // for 24hr format
date.ToString("hh:mm:ss"); // for 12hr format, it shows AM/PM

Refer this link for other Formatters in DateTime.

How can you profile a Python script?

Python includes a profiler called cProfile. It not only gives the total running time, but also times each function separately, and tells you how many times each function was called, making it easy to determine where you should make optimizations.

You can call it from within your code, or from the interpreter, like this:

import cProfile
cProfile.run('foo()')

Even more usefully, you can invoke the cProfile when running a script:

python -m cProfile myscript.py

To make it even easier, I made a little batch file called 'profile.bat':

python -m cProfile %1

So all I have to do is run:

profile euler048.py

And I get this:

1007 function calls in 0.061 CPU seconds

Ordered by: standard name
ncalls  tottime  percall  cumtime  percall filename:lineno(function)
    1    0.000    0.000    0.061    0.061 <string>:1(<module>)
 1000    0.051    0.000    0.051    0.000 euler048.py:2(<lambda>)
    1    0.005    0.005    0.061    0.061 euler048.py:2(<module>)
    1    0.000    0.000    0.061    0.061 {execfile}
    1    0.002    0.002    0.053    0.053 {map}
    1    0.000    0.000    0.000    0.000 {method 'disable' of '_lsprof.Profiler objects}
    1    0.000    0.000    0.000    0.000 {range}
    1    0.003    0.003    0.003    0.003 {sum}

EDIT: Updated link to a good video resource from PyCon 2013 titled Python Profiling
Also via YouTube.

Support for the experimental syntax 'classProperties' isn't currently enabled

In my work environment root, .babelrc file was not there. However, following entry in package.json solved the issue.

"babel": {
"presets": [
  "@babel/preset-env",
  "@babel/preset-react"
],
"plugins": [
  "@babel/plugin-proposal-class-properties"
]}

Note: Don't forget to exit the console and reopen before executing the npm or yarn commands.

Increase number of axis ticks

Additionally,

ggplot(dat, aes(x,y)) +
geom_point() +
scale_x_continuous(breaks = seq(min(dat$x), max(dat$x), by = 0.05))

Works for binned or discrete scaled x-axis data (I.e., rounding not necessary).

JUNIT testing void methods

I want to make some unit test to get maximal code coverage

Code coverage should never be the goal of writing unit tests. You should write unit tests to prove that your code is correct, or help you design it better, or help someone else understand what the code is meant to do.

but I dont see how I can test my method checkIfValidElements, it returns nothing or change nothing.

Well you should probably give a few tests, which between them check that all 7 methods are called appropriately - both with an invalid argument and with a valid argument, checking the results of ErrorFile each time.

For example, suppose someone removed the call to:

method4(arg1, arg2);

... or accidentally changed the argument order:

method4(arg2, arg1);

How would you notice those problems? Go from that, and design tests to prove it.

Best way to restrict a text field to numbers only?

This is my plugin for that case:

 (function( $ ) {
    $.fn.numbers = function(options) {
      $(this).keypress(function(evt){
          var setting = $.extend( {
                'digits' : 8
              }, options);
          if($(this).val().length > (setting.digits - 1) && evt.which != 8){
              evt.preventDefault(); 
          }
          else{
              if(evt.which < 48 || evt.which > 57){
                if(evt.keyCode != 8){
                    evt.preventDefault();  
                }
              }
          }
      });
    };
  })( jQuery );

Use:

 $('#limin').numbers({digits:3});
 $('#limax').numbers();

How to convert int to NSString?

Primitives can be converted to objects with @() expression. So the shortest way is to transform int to NSNumber and pick up string representation with stringValue method:

NSString *strValue = [@(myInt) stringValue];

or

NSString *strValue = @(myInt).stringValue;

How do I delete an entity from symfony2

From what I understand, you struggle with what to put into your template.

I'll show an example:

<ul>
    {% for guest in guests %}
    <li>{{ guest.name }} <a href="{{ path('your_delete_route_name',{'id': guest.id}) }}">[[DELETE]]</a></li>
    {% endfor %}
</ul>

Now what happens is it iterates over every object within guests (you'll have to rename this if your object collection is named otherwise!), shows the name and places the correct link. The route name might be different.

How to display both icon and title of action inside ActionBar?

The solution I find is to use custom action Layout: Here is XML for menu.

<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
xmlns:Eventapp="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto">
<!-- This is a comment. -->
    <item
        android:id="@+id/action_create"
        android:actionLayout="@layout/action_view_details_layout"
        android:orderInCategory="50"
        android:showAsAction = "always"/>
</menu>

The Layout is

<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:orientation="horizontal"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent">

<TextView
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:paddingLeft="5dp"
    android:gravity="center"
    android:text="@string/create"/>

<ImageView
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:paddingLeft="5dp"
    android:paddingRight="5dp"
    android:gravity="center"
    android:src="@drawable/ic_action_v"/>

</LinearLayout>

this will show the icon and the text together.

To get the clickitem the the fragment or activity:

public void onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu, MenuInflater inflater)
{
    //super.onCreateOptionsMenu(menu, inflater);
    inflater.inflate(R.menu.menu_details_fragment, menu);
    View view = menu.findItem(R.id.action_create).getActionView();
    view.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(View v) {
            Toast.makeText(getActivity(), "Clicked", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
        }
    });
}

How can I get the current date and time in the terminal and set a custom command in the terminal for it?

You can use date to get time and date of a day:

[pengyu@GLaDOS ~]$date
Tue Aug 27 15:01:27 CST 2013

Also hwclock would do:

[pengyu@GLaDOS ~]$hwclock
Tue 27 Aug 2013 03:01:29 PM CST  -0.516080 seconds

For customized output, you can either redirect the output of date to something like awk, or write your own program to do that.

Remember to put your own executable scripts/binary into your PATH (e.g. /usr/bin) to make it invokable anywhere.

Footnotes for tables in LaTeX

This is a classic difficulty in LaTeX.

The problem is how to do layout with floats (figures and tables, an similar objects) and footnotes. In particular, it is hard to pick a place for a float with certainty that making room for the associated footnotes won't cause trouble. So the standard tabular and figure environments don't even try.

What can you do:

  1. Fake it. Just put a hardcoded vertical skip at the bottom of the caption and then write the footnote yourself (use \footnotesize for the size). You also have to manage the symbols or number yourself with \footnotemark. Simple, but not very attractive, and the footnote does not appear at the bottom of the page.
  2. Use the tabularx, longtable, threeparttable[x] (kudos to Joseph) or ctable which support this behavior.
  3. Manage it by hand. Use [h!] (or [H] with the float package) to control where the float will appear, and \footnotetext on the same page to put the footnote where you want it. Again, use \footnotemark to install the symbol. Fragile and requires hand-tooling every instance.
  4. The footnotes package provides the savenote environment, which can be used to do this.
  5. Minipage it (code stolen outright, and read the disclaimer about long caption texts in that case):
    \begin{figure}
      \begin{minipage}{\textwidth}
        ...
        \caption[Caption for LOF]%
          {Real caption\footnote{blah}}
      \end{minipage}
    \end{figure}

Additional reference: TeX FAQ item Footnotes in tables.

Datatable select method ORDER BY clause

Use

datatable.select("col1='test'","col1 ASC")

Then before binding your data to the grid or repeater etc, use this

datatable.defaultview.sort()

That will solve your problem.

How can I find the maximum value and its index in array in MATLAB?

The function is max. To obtain the first maximum value you should do

[val, idx] = max(a);

val is the maximum value and idx is its index.

Spring-Boot: How do I set JDBC pool properties like maximum number of connections?

It turns out setting these configuration properties is pretty straight forward, but the official documentation is more general so it might be hard to find when searching specifically for connection pool configuration information.

To set the maximum pool size for tomcat-jdbc, set this property in your .properties or .yml file:

spring.datasource.maxActive=5

You can also use the following if you prefer:

spring.datasource.max-active=5

You can set any connection pool property you want this way. Here is a complete list of properties supported by tomcat-jdbc.

To understand how this works more generally you need to dig into the Spring-Boot code a bit.

Spring-Boot constructs the DataSource like this (see here, line 102):

@ConfigurationProperties(prefix = DataSourceAutoConfiguration.CONFIGURATION_PREFIX)
@Bean
public DataSource dataSource() {
    DataSourceBuilder factory = DataSourceBuilder
            .create(this.properties.getClassLoader())
            .driverClassName(this.properties.getDriverClassName())
            .url(this.properties.getUrl())
            .username(this.properties.getUsername())
            .password(this.properties.getPassword());
    return factory.build();
}

The DataSourceBuilder is responsible for figuring out which pooling library to use, by checking for each of a series of know classes on the classpath. It then constructs the DataSource and returns it to the dataSource() function.

At this point, magic kicks in using @ConfigurationProperties. This annotation tells Spring to look for properties with prefix CONFIGURATION_PREFIX (which is spring.datasource). For each property that starts with that prefix, Spring will try to call the setter on the DataSource with that property.

The Tomcat DataSource is an extension of DataSourceProxy, which has the method setMaxActive().

And that's how your spring.datasource.maxActive=5 gets applied correctly!

What about other connection pools

I haven't tried, but if you are using one of the other Spring-Boot supported connection pools (currently HikariCP or Commons DBCP) you should be able to set the properties the same way, but you'll need to look at the project documentation to know what is available.

How to set focus on an input field after rendering?

You can put that method call inside the render function. Or inside the life cycle method, componentDidUpdate

Java8: HashMap<X, Y> to HashMap<X, Z> using Stream / Map-Reduce / Collector

My StreamEx library which enhances standard stream API provides an EntryStream class which suits better for transforming maps:

Map<String, Integer> output = EntryStream.of(input).mapValues(Integer::valueOf).toMap();

Is there a developers api for craigslist.org

Craigslist does have a "bulk posting interface" which allows for multiple posts to happen at once through HTTPS POST. See:

http://www.craigslist.org/about/bulk_posting_interface

python pandas dataframe columns convert to dict key and value

With pandas it can be done as:

If lakes is your DataFrame:

area_dict = lakes.to_dict('records')

Efficient way to rotate a list in python

I also got interested in this and compared some of the suggested solutions with perfplot (a small project of mine).

It turns out that

for _ in range(n):
    data.append(data.pop(0))

is by far the fastest method for small shifts n.

For larger n,

data[n:] + data[:n]

isn't bad.

Essentially, perfplot performs the shift for increasing large arrays and measures the time. Here are the results:

shift = 1:

enter image description here

shift = 100:

enter image description here


Code to reproduce the plot:

import numpy
import perfplot
import collections


shift = 100


def list_append(data):
    return data[shift:] + data[:shift]


def shift_concatenate(data):
    return numpy.concatenate([data[shift:], data[:shift]])


def roll(data):
    return numpy.roll(data, -shift)


def collections_deque(data):
    items = collections.deque(data)
    items.rotate(-shift)
    return items


def pop_append(data):
    for _ in range(shift):
        data.append(data.pop(0))
    return data


perfplot.save(
    "shift100.png",
    setup=lambda n: numpy.random.rand(n).tolist(),
    kernels=[list_append, roll, shift_concatenate, collections_deque, pop_append],
    n_range=[2 ** k for k in range(7, 20)],
    xlabel="len(data)",
)

Returning a value from thread?

ThreadStart delegates in C# used to start threads have return type 'void'.

If you wish to get a 'return value' from a thread, you should write to a shared location (in an appropriate thread-safe manner) and read from that when the thread has completed executing.

"Could not find acceptable representation" using spring-boot-starter-web

accepted answer is not right with Spring 5. try changing your URL of your web service to .json! that is the right fix. great details here http://stick2code.blogspot.com/2014/03/solved-orgspringframeworkwebhttpmediaty.html

Why does 'git commit' not save my changes?

You should do:

git commit . -m "save arezzo files"

how to display variable value in alert box?

spans not have the value in html

one is the id for span tag

in javascript use

document.getElementById('one').innerText;

in jQuery use

$('#one').text()

function check() {
    var content = document.getElementById("one").innerText;
    alert(content);
}

or

function check() {
        var content = $('#one').text();
        alert(content);
    }

How can I discover the "path" of an embedded resource?

I use the following method to grab embedded resources:

    protected static Stream GetResourceStream(string resourcePath)
    {
        Assembly assembly = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly();
        List<string> resourceNames = new List<string>(assembly.GetManifestResourceNames());

        resourcePath = resourcePath.Replace(@"/", ".");
        resourcePath = resourceNames.FirstOrDefault(r => r.Contains(resourcePath));

        if (resourcePath == null)
            throw new FileNotFoundException("Resource not found");

        return assembly.GetManifestResourceStream(resourcePath);
    }

I then call this with the path in the project:

GetResourceStream(@"DirectoryPathInLibrary/Filename")

Delete all duplicate rows Excel vba

There's a RemoveDuplicates method that you could use:

Sub DeleteRows()

    With ActiveSheet
        Set Rng = Range("A1", Range("B1").End(xlDown))
        Rng.RemoveDuplicates Columns:=Array(1, 2), Header:=xlYes
    End With

End Sub

Pick images of root folder from sub-folder

../images/logo.png will move you back one folder.

../../images/logo.png will move you back two folders.

/images/logo.png will take you back to the root folder no matter where you are/.

Get Cell Value from a DataTable in C#

You can iterate DataTable like this:

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    for(int i = 0; i< dt.Rows.Count;i++)
        for (int j = 0; j <dt.Columns.Count ; j++)
        {
            object o = dt.Rows[i].ItemArray[j];
            //if you want to get the string
            //string s = o = dt.Rows[i].ItemArray[j].ToString();
        }
}

Depending on the type of the data in the DataTable cell, you can cast the object to whatever you want.

Angular2, what is the correct way to disable an anchor element?

Just came across this question, and wanted to suggest an alternate approach.

In the markup the OP provided, there is a click event binding. This makes me think that the elements are being used as "buttons". If that is the case, they could be marked up as <button> elements and styled like links, if that is the look you desire. (For example, Bootstrap has a built-in "link" button style, https://v4-alpha.getbootstrap.com/components/buttons/#examples)

This has several direct and indirect benefits. It allows you to bind to the disabled property, which when set will disable mouse and keyboard events automatically. It lets you style the disabled state based on the disabled attribute, so you don't have to also manipulate the element's class. It is also better for accessibility.

For a good write-up about when to use buttons and when to use links, see Links are not buttons. Neither are DIVs and SPANs

Cannot make file java.io.IOException: No such file or directory

I got the same problem when using rest-easy. After searching while i figured that this error occured when there is no place to keep temporary files. So in tomcat you can just create tomcat-root/temp folder.

Where is Xcode's build folder?

With a project previously created in Xcode3, I see an intermediate directory under build/ called Foo.build where Foo is my project's name, and then in that are the directories you'd expect (Debug-iphonesimulator, Release-iphoneos, etc, assuming you've done a build of that type) containing the object files and products.

Now, I suspect that if you start a new project in Xcode4, the default location is under DerivedData, but if you open an Xcode3 project in Xcode4, then Xcode4 uses the build/ directory (as described above). So, there are several correct answers. :-) Under the File menu, Project Settings, you can see you can customize how XCode works in this regard as much or as little as you like.

How to "pull" from a local branch into another one?

Quite old post, but it might help somebody new into git.

I will go with

git rebase master
  • much cleaner log history and no merge commits (if done properly)
  • need to deal with conflicts, but it's not that difficult.

Recursion or Iteration?

It is possible that recursion will be more expensive, depending on if the recursive function is tail recursive (the last line is recursive call). Tail recursion should be recognized by the compiler and optimized to its iterative counterpart (while maintaining the concise, clear implementation you have in your code).

I would write the algorithm in the way that makes the most sense and is the clearest for the poor sucker (be it yourself or someone else) that has to maintain the code in a few months or years. If you run into performance issues, then profile your code, and then and only then look into optimizing by moving over to an iterative implementation. You may want to look into memoization and dynamic programming.

Best way to load module/class from lib folder in Rails 3?

There are several reasons you could have problems loading from lib - see here for details - http://www.williambharding.com/blog/technology/rails-3-autoload-modules-and-classes-in-production/

  • fix autoload path
  • threadsafe related
  • naming relating
  • ...

How do you comment out code in PowerShell?

You use the hash mark like this

# This is a comment in Powershell

Wikipedia has a good page for keeping track of how to do comments in several popular languages

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_programming_languages_(syntax)#Comments

Errors: "INSERT EXEC statement cannot be nested." and "Cannot use the ROLLBACK statement within an INSERT-EXEC statement." How to solve this?

This trick works for me.

You don't have this problem on remote server, because on remote server, the last insert command waits for the result of previous command to execute. It's not the case on same server.

Profit that situation for a workaround.

If you have the right permission to create a Linked Server, do it. Create the same server as linked server.

  • in SSMS, log into your server
  • go to "Server Object
  • Right Click on "Linked Servers", then "New Linked Server"
  • on the dialog, give any name of your linked server : eg: THISSERVER
  • server type is "Other data source"
  • Provider : Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL server
  • Data source: your IP, it can be also just a dot (.), because it's localhost
  • Go to the tab "Security" and choose the 3rd one "Be made using the login's current security context"
  • You can edit the server options (3rd tab) if you want
  • Press OK, your linked server is created

now your Sql command in the SP1 is

insert into @myTempTable
exec THISSERVER.MY_DATABASE_NAME.MY_SCHEMA.SP2

Believe me, it works even you have dynamic insert in SP2

How to add a footer to the UITableView?

I'm specifically seeing in my code that

self.theTable.tableFooterView = tableFooter;

works and

[self.theTable.tableFooterView addSubview:tableFooter];

does not work. So stick to the former and look elsewhere for the possible bug. HTH

How to verify static void method has been called with power mockito

Thou the above answer is widely accepted and well documented, I found some of the reason to post my answer here :-

    doNothing().when(InternalUtils.class); //This is the preferred way
                                           //to mock static void methods.
    InternalUtils.sendEmail(anyString(), anyString(), anyString(), anyString());

Here, I dont understand why we are calling InternalUtils.sendEmail ourself. I will explain in my code why we don't need to do that.

mockStatic(Internalutils.class);

So, we have mocked the class which is fine. Now, lets have a look how we need to verify the sendEmail(/..../) method.

@PrepareForTest({InternalService.InternalUtils.class})
@RunWith(PowerMockRunner.class)
public class InternalServiceTest {

    @Mock
    private InternalService.Order order;

    private InternalService internalService;

    @Before
    public void setup() {
        MockitoAnnotations.initMocks(this);
        internalService = new InternalService();
    }

    @Test
    public void processOrder() throws Exception {

        Mockito.when(order.isSuccessful()).thenReturn(true);
        PowerMockito.mockStatic(InternalService.InternalUtils.class);

        internalService.processOrder(order);

        PowerMockito.verifyStatic(times(1));
        InternalService.InternalUtils.sendEmail(anyString(), any(String[].class), anyString(), anyString());
    }

}

These two lines is where the magic is, First line tells the PowerMockito framework that it needs to verify the class it statically mocked. But which method it need to verify ?? Second line tells which method it needs to verify.

PowerMockito.verifyStatic(times(1));
InternalService.InternalUtils.sendEmail(anyString(), any(String[].class), anyString(), anyString());

This is code of my class, sendEmail api twice.

public class InternalService {

    public void processOrder(Order order) {
        if (order.isSuccessful()) {
            InternalUtils.sendEmail("", new String[1], "", "");
            InternalUtils.sendEmail("", new String[1], "", "");
        }
    }

    public static class InternalUtils{

        public static void sendEmail(String from, String[]  to, String msg, String body){

        }

    }

    public class Order{

        public boolean isSuccessful(){
            return true;
        }

    }

}

As it is calling twice you just need to change the verify(times(2))... that's all.

Insert Picture into SQL Server 2005 Image Field using only SQL

CREATE TABLE Employees
(
    Id int,
    Name varchar(50) not null,
    Photo varbinary(max) not null
)


INSERT INTO Employees (Id, Name, Photo) 
SELECT 10, 'John', BulkColumn 
FROM Openrowset( Bulk 'C:\photo.bmp', Single_Blob) as EmployeePicture

Oracle Trigger ORA-04098: trigger is invalid and failed re-validation

in my case, this error is raised due to sequence was not created..

CREATE SEQUENCE  J.SOME_SEQ  MINVALUE 1 MAXVALUE 9999999999999999999999999999 INCREMENT BY 1 START WITH 1 CACHE 20 NOORDER  NOCYCLE ;

expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before ‘(’ token

This is not only a 'newbie' scenario. I just ran across this compiler message (GCC 5.4) when refactoring a class to remove some constructor parameters. I forgot to update both the declaration and definition, and the compiler spit out this unintuitive error.

The bottom line seems to be this: If the compiler can't match the definition's signature to the declaration's signature it thinks the definition is not a constructor and then doesn't know how to parse the code and displays this error. Which is also what happened for the OP: std::string is not the same type as string so the declaration's signature differed from the definition's and this message was spit out.

As a side note, it would be nice if the compiler looked for almost-matching constructor signatures and upon finding one suggested that the parameters didn't match rather than giving this message.

git clone through ssh

You need to run the clone command on what you are calling the server. But I bet you are not running an ssh server on your local client so that won't work anyway. Suggest you follow this approach (check the manual 'cause I'm doing this from memory)

  1. Log into the server machine.
  2. Create a bare repo using git init --bare
  3. On the client machine you can push your repo to the server. git remote add origin ssh://user@server:/GitRepos/myproject.git followed by git push origin master

How to set a binding in Code?

In addition to the answer of Dyppl, I think it would be nice to place this inside the OnDataContextChanged event:

private void OnDataContextChanged(object sender, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs e)
{
    // Unforunately we cannot bind from the viewmodel to the code behind so easily, the dependency property is not available in XAML. (for some reason).
    // To work around this, we create the binding once we get the viewmodel through the datacontext.
    var newViewModel = e.NewValue as MyViewModel;

    var executablePathBinding = new Binding
    {
        Source = newViewModel,
        Path = new PropertyPath(nameof(newViewModel.ExecutablePath))
    };

    BindingOperations.SetBinding(LayoutRoot, ExecutablePathProperty, executablePathBinding);
}

We have also had cases were we just saved the DataContext to a local property and used that to access viewmodel properties. The choice is of course yours, I like this approach because it is more consistent with the rest. You can also add some validation, like null checks. If you actually change your DataContext around, I think it would be nice to also call:

BindingOperations.ClearBinding(myText, TextBlock.TextProperty);

to clear the binding of the old viewmodel (e.oldValue in the event handler).

Camera access through browser

Update 11/2020: The Google Developer link is (currently) dead. The original article with a LOT more explanations can still be found at web.archive.org.


This question is already a few years old but in that time some additional possibilities have evolved, like accessing the camera directly, displaying a preview and capturing snapshots (e.g. for QR code scanning).

This Google Developers article provides an in-depth explaination of all (?) the ways how to get image/camera data into a web application, from "work everywhere" (even in desktop browsers) to "work only on modern, up-to-date mobile devices with camera". Along with many useful tips.

Explained methods:

  • Ask for a URL: Easiest but least satisfying.

  • File input (covered by most other posts here): The data can then be attached to a or manipulated with JavaScript by listening for an onchange event on the input element and then reading the files property of the event target.

<input type="file" accept="image/*" id="file-input">
<script>
  const fileInput = document.getElementById('file-input');

  fileInput.addEventListener('change', (e) => doSomethingWithFiles(e.target.files));
</script>

The files property is a FileList object.

  • Drag and drop (useful for desktop browsers):
<div id="target">You can drag an image file here</div>
<script>
  const target = document.getElementById('target');

  target.addEventListener('drop', (e) => {
    e.stopPropagation();
    e.preventDefault();

    doSomethingWithFiles(e.dataTransfer.files);
  });

  target.addEventListener('dragover', (e) => {
    e.stopPropagation();
    e.preventDefault();

    e.dataTransfer.dropEffect = 'copy';
  });
</script>

You can get a FileList object from the dataTransfer.files property of the drop event.

  • Paste from clipboard
<textarea id="target">Paste an image here</textarea>
<script>
  const target = document.getElementById('target');

  target.addEventListener('paste', (e) => {
    e.preventDefault();
    doSomethingWithFiles(e.clipboardData.files);
  });
</script>

e.clipboardData.files is a FileList object again.

  • Access the camera interactively (necessary if application needs to give instant feedback on what it "sees", like QR codes): Detect camera support with const supported = 'mediaDevices' in navigator; and prompt the user for consent. Then show a realtime preview and copy snapshots to a canvas.
<video id="player" controls autoplay></video>
<button id="capture">Capture</button>
<canvas id="canvas" width=320 height=240></canvas>
<script>
  const player = document.getElementById('player');
  const canvas = document.getElementById('canvas');
  const context = canvas.getContext('2d');
  const captureButton = document.getElementById('capture');

  const constraints = {
    video: true,
  };

  captureButton.addEventListener('click', () => {
    // Draw the video frame to the canvas.
    context.drawImage(player, 0, 0, canvas.width, canvas.height);
  });

  // Attach the video stream to the video element and autoplay.
  navigator.mediaDevices.getUserMedia(constraints)
    .then((stream) => {
      player.srcObject = stream;
    });
</script>

Don't forget to stop the video stream with

player.srcObject.getVideoTracks().forEach(track => track.stop());

Update 11/2020: The Google Developer link is (currently) dead. The original article with a LOT more explanations can still be found at web.archive.org.

Rearrange columns using cut

using just the shell,

while read -r col1 col2
do
  echo $col2 $col1
done <"file"

What are all the common ways to read a file in Ruby?

content = `cat file`

I think this method is the most "uncommon" one. Maybe it is kind of tricky, but it works if cat is installed.

Delete files or folder recursively on Windows CMD

For completely wiping a folder with native commands and getting a log on what's been done.

here's an unusual way to do it :

let's assume we want to clear the d:\temp dir

mkdir d:\empty
robocopy /mir d:\empty d:\temp
rmdir d:\empty

<select> HTML element with height

I've used a few CSS hacks and targeted Chrome/Safari/Firefox/IE individually, as each browser renders selects a bit differently. I've tested on all browsers except IE.

For Safari/Chrome, set the height and line-height you want for your <select />.

For Firefox, we're going to kill Firefox's default padding and border, then set our own. Set padding to whatever you like.

For IE 8+, just like Chrome, we've set the height and line-height properties. These two media queries can be combined. But I kept it separate for demo purposes. So you can see what I'm doing.

Please note, for the height/line-height property to work in Chrome/Safari OSX, you must set the background to a custom value. I changed the color in my example.

Here's a jsFiddle of the below: http://jsfiddle.net/URgCB/4/

For the non-hack route, why not use a custom select plug-in via jQuery? Check out this: http://codepen.io/wallaceerick/pen/ctsCz

HTML:

<select>
    <option>Here's one option</option>
    <option>here's another option</option>
</select>

CSS:

@media screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio:0) {  /*safari and chrome*/
    select {
        height:30px;
        line-height:30px;
        background:#f4f4f4;
    } 
}
select::-moz-focus-inner { /*Remove button padding in FF*/ 
    border: 0;
    padding: 0;
}
@-moz-document url-prefix() { /* targets Firefox only */
    select {
        padding: 15px 0!important;
    }
}        
@media screen\0 { /* IE Hacks: targets IE 8, 9 and 10 */        
    select {
        height:30px;
        line-height:30px;
    }     
}

Parsing arguments to a Java command line program

Ok, thanks to Charles Goodwin for the concept. Here is the answer:

import java.util.*;
public class Test {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
     List<String> argsList  = new ArrayList<String>();  
     List<String> optsList  = new ArrayList<String>();
     List<String> doubleOptsList  = new ArrayList<String>();
     for (int i=0; i < args.length; i++) {
         switch (args[i].charAt(0)) {
         case '-':
             if (args[i].charAt(1) == '-') {
                 int len = 0;
                 String argstring = args[i].toString();
                 len = argstring.length();
                 System.out.println("Found double dash with command " +
                     argstring.substring(2, len) );
                 doubleOptsList.add(argstring.substring(2, len));           
             } else {
                 System.out.println("Found dash with command " + 
                   args[i].charAt(1) + " and value " + args[i+1] );   
                 i= i+1;
                 optsList.add(args[i]);      
             }           
         break;         
         default:            
         System.out.println("Add a default arg." );
         argsList.add(args[i]);
         break;         
         }     
     } 
  } 

}

How do you set a JavaScript onclick event to a class with css

Asking about "a class" in the question title, the answer is getElementsByClassName:

  var hrefs = document.getElementsByClassName("YOUR-CLASS-NAME-HERE");
  for (var i = 0; i < hrefs.length; i++) {
   hrefs.item(i).addEventListener('click', function(e){
    e.preventDefault(); /*use if you want to prevent the original link following action*/
    alert('hohoho');
   });
  }

Create an application setup in visual studio 2013

As of Visual Studio 2012, Microsoft no longer provides the built-in deployment package. If you wish to use this package, you will need to use VS2010.

In 2013 you have several options:

  • InstallShield
  • WiX
  • Roll your own

In my projects I create my own installers from scratch, which, since I do not use Windows Installer, have the advantage of being super fast, even on old machines.

foreach for JSON array , syntax

Try this:

$.each(result,function(index, value){
    console.log('My array has at position ' + index + ', this value: ' + value);
});

535-5.7.8 Username and Password not accepted

In my case removing 2 factor authentication solves my problem.

Remove icon/logo from action bar on android

you can also add below code in AndroidManifest.xml.

android:icon="@android:color/transparent"

It will work fine.

But I found that this gives a problem as the launcher icon also become transparent.

So I used:

getActionBar().setIcon(new ColorDrawable(getResources().getColor(android.R.color.transparent)));

and it worked fine.

But if you are having more than one activity and want to make the icon on an activity transparent then the previous approach will work.

window.location.href not working

Try this

`var url = "http://stackoverflow.com";    
$(location).attr('href',url);`

Or you can do something like this

// similar behavior as an HTTP redirect
window.location.replace("http://stackoverflow.com");

// similar behavior as clicking on a link
window.location.href = "http://stackoverflow.com";

and add a return false at the end of your function call

Measuring elapsed time with the Time module

time.time() will do the job.

import time

start = time.time()
# run your code
end = time.time()

elapsed = end - start

You may want to look at this question, but I don't think it will be necessary.

Detecting value change of input[type=text] in jQuery

This combination of events worked for me:

$("#myTextBox").on("input paste", function() {
   alert($(this).val()); 
});

CSS / HTML Navigation and Logo on same line

1) you can float the image to the left:

<img style="float:left" src="http://i.imgur.com/hCrQkJi.png">

2)You can use an HTML table to place elements on one line.

Code below

  <div class="navigation-bar">
    <div id="navigation-container">
      <table>
        <tr>
          <td><img src="http://i.imgur.com/hCrQkJi.png"></td>
          <td><ul>
            <li><a href="#">Home</a></li>
            <li><a href="#">Projects</a></li>
            <li><a href="#">About</a></li>
            <li><a href="#">Services</a></li>
            <li><a href="#">Get in Touch</a></li>
        </ul>
          </td></tr></table>
    </div>

Difference between logger.info and logger.debug

I suggest you look at the article called "Short Introduction to log4j". It contains a short explanation of log levels and demonstrates how they can be used in practice. The basic idea of log levels is that you want to be able to configure how much detail the logs contain depending on the situation. For example, if you are trying to troubleshoot an issue, you would want the logs to be very verbose. In production, you might only want to see warnings and errors.

The log level for each component of your system is usually controlled through a parameter in a configuration file, so it's easy to change. Your code would contain various logging statements with different levels. When responding to an Exception, you might call Logger.error. If you want to print the value of a variable at any given point, you might call Logger.debug. This combination of a configurable logging level and logging statements within your program allow you full control over how your application will log its activity.

In the case of log4j at least, the ordering of log levels is:

DEBUG < INFO < WARN < ERROR < FATAL

Here is a short example from that article demonstrating how log levels work.

   // get a logger instance named "com.foo"
   Logger logger = Logger.getLogger("com.foo");

   // Now set its level. Normally you do not need to set the
   // level of a logger programmatically. This is usually done
   // in configuration files.
   logger.setLevel(Level.INFO);

   Logger barlogger = Logger.getLogger("com.foo.Bar");

   // This request is enabled, because WARN >= INFO.
   logger.warn("Low fuel level.");

   // This request is disabled, because DEBUG < INFO.
   logger.debug("Starting search for nearest gas station.");

   // The logger instance barlogger, named "com.foo.Bar",
   // will inherit its level from the logger named
   // "com.foo" Thus, the following request is enabled
   // because INFO >= INFO.
   barlogger.info("Located nearest gas station.");

   // This request is disabled, because DEBUG < INFO.
   barlogger.debug("Exiting gas station search");

How do I measure execution time of a command on the Windows command line?

The following script emulates *nix epoch time, but it is local and regional. It should handle calender edge cases including leap years. If Cygwin is available, epoch values can be compared by specifying the Cygwin option.

I'm in EST and the difference reported is 4 hours which is relatively correct. There are some interesting solutions to remove the TZ and regional dependencies, but nothing trivial that I noticed.

@ECHO off
SETLOCAL EnableDelayedExpansion

::
::  Emulates local epoch seconds
::

:: Call passing local date and time
CALL :SECONDS "%DATE%" "%TIME%"
IF !SECONDS! LEQ 0 GOTO END

:: Not testing - print and exit
IF NOT "%~1"=="cygwin" (
    ECHO !SECONDS!
    GOTO END
)

:: Call on Cygwin to get epoch time
FOR /F %%c IN ('C:\cygwin\bin\date +%%s') DO SET EPOCH=%%c

:: Show the results
ECHO Local Seconds: !SECONDS!
ECHO Epoch Seconds: !EPOCH!

:: Calculate difference between script and Cygwin
SET /A HOURS=(!EPOCH!-!SECONDS!)/3600
SET /A FRAC=(!EPOCH!-!SECONDS!)%%3600

:: Delta hours shown reflect TZ
ECHO Delta Hours: !HOURS! Remainder: !FRAC!

GOTO END

:SECONDS
SETLOCAL  EnableDelayedExpansion

    :: Expecting values from caller
    SET DATE=%~1
    SET TIME=%~2

    :: Emulate Unix epoch time without considering TZ
    SET "SINCE_YEAR=1970"

    :: Regional constraint! Expecting date and time in the following formats:
    ::   Sun 03/08/2015   Day MM/DD/YYYY
    ::   20:04:53.64         HH:MM:SS
    SET VALID_DATE=0
    ECHO !DATE! | FINDSTR /R /C:"^... [0-9 ][0-9]/[0-9 ][0-9]/[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]" > nul && SET VALID_DATE=1
    SET VALID_TIME=0
    ECHO !TIME! | FINDSTR /R /C:"^[0-9 ][0-9]:[0-9 ][0-9]:[0-9 ][0-9]" > nul && SET VALID_TIME=1
    IF NOT "!VALID_DATE!!VALID_TIME!"=="11" (
        IF !VALID_DATE! EQU 0  ECHO Unsupported Date value: !DATE! 1>&2
        IF !VALID_TIME! EQU 0  ECHO Unsupported Time value: !TIME! 1>&2
        SET SECONDS=0
        GOTO SECONDS_END
    )

    :: Parse values
    SET "YYYY=!DATE:~10,4!"
    SET "MM=!DATE:~4,2!"
    SET "DD=!DATE:~7,2!"
    SET "HH=!TIME:~0,2!"
    SET "NN=!TIME:~3,2!"
    SET "SS=!TIME:~6,2!"
    SET /A YEARS=!YYYY!-!SINCE_YEAR!
    SET /A DAYS=!YEARS!*365

    :: Bump year if after February  - want leading zeroes for this test
    IF "!MM!!DD!" GEQ "0301" SET /A YEARS+=1

    :: Remove leading zeros that can cause octet probs for SET /A
    FOR %%r IN (MM,DD,HH,NN,SS) DO (
        SET "v=%%r"
        SET "t=!%%r!"
        SET /A N=!t:~0,1!0
        IF 0 EQU !N! SET "!v!=!t:~1!"
    )

    :: Increase days according to number of leap years
    SET /A DAYS+=(!YEARS!+3)/4-(!SINCE_YEAR!%%4+3)/4

    :: Increase days by preceding months of current year
    FOR %%n IN (31:1,28:2,31:3,30:4,31:5,30:6,31:7,31:8,30:9,31:10,30:11) DO (
        SET "n=%%n"
        IF !MM! GTR !n:~3! SET /A DAYS+=!n:~0,2!
    )

    :: Multiply and add it all together
    SET /A SECONDS=(!DAYS!+!DD!-1)*86400+!HH!*3600+!NN!*60+!SS!

:SECONDS_END
ENDLOCAL & SET "SECONDS=%SECONDS%"
GOTO :EOF

:END
ENDLOCAL

Why are exclamation marks used in Ruby methods?

In general, methods that end in ! indicate that the method will modify the object it's called on. Ruby calls these as "dangerous methods" because they change state that someone else might have a reference to. Here's a simple example for strings:

foo = "A STRING"  # a string called foo
foo.downcase!     # modifies foo itself
puts foo          # prints modified foo

This will output:

a string

In the standard libraries, there are a lot of places you'll see pairs of similarly named methods, one with the ! and one without. The ones without are called "safe methods", and they return a copy of the original with changes applied to the copy, with the callee unchanged. Here's the same example without the !:

foo = "A STRING"    # a string called foo
bar = foo.downcase  # doesn't modify foo; returns a modified string
puts foo            # prints unchanged foo
puts bar            # prints newly created bar

This outputs:

A STRING
a string

Keep in mind this is just a convention, but a lot of Ruby classes follow it. It also helps you keep track of what's getting modified in your code.

Python requests library how to pass Authorization header with single token

This worked for me:

r = requests.get('http://127.0.0.1:8000/api/ray/musics/', headers={'Authorization': 'Token 22ec0cc4207ebead1f51dea06ff149342082b190'})

My code uses user generated token.

Write HTML to string

It really depends what you are going for, and specifically, what kind of performance you really need to offer.

I've seen admirable solutions for strongly-typed HTML development (complete control models, be it ASP.NET Web Controls, or similar to it) that just add amazing complexity to a project. In other situations, it is perfect.

In order of preference in the C# world,

  • ASP.NET Web Controls
  • ASP.NET primitives and HTML controls
  • XmlWriter and/or HtmlWriter
  • If doing Silverlight development with HTML interoperability, consider something strongly typed like link text
  • StringBuilder and other super primitives

How can I print variable and string on same line in Python?

Two more

The First one

>>> births = str(5)
>>> print("there are " + births + " births.")
there are 5 births.

When adding strings, they concatenate.

The Second One

Also the format (Python 2.6 and newer) method of strings is probably the standard way:

>>> births = str(5)
>>>
>>> print("there are {} births.".format(births))
there are 5 births.

This format method can be used with lists as well

>>> format_list = ['five', 'three']
>>> # * unpacks the list:
>>> print("there are {} births and {} deaths".format(*format_list))  
there are five births and three deaths

or dictionaries

>>> format_dictionary = {'births': 'five', 'deaths': 'three'}
>>> # ** unpacks the dictionary
>>> print("there are {births} births, and {deaths} deaths".format(**format_dictionary))
there are five births, and three deaths

Switch case in C# - a constant value is expected

This seems to work for me at least when i tried on visual studio 2017.

public static class Words
{
     public const string temp = "What";
     public const string temp2 = "the";
}
var i = "the";

switch (i)
{
  case Words.temp:
    break;
  case Words.temp2:
    break;
}

Android: Difference between onInterceptTouchEvent and dispatchTouchEvent?

Because this is the first result on Google. I want to share with you a great Talk by Dave Smith on Youtube: Mastering the Android Touch System and the slides are available here. It gave me a good deep understanding about the Android Touch System:

How the Activity handles touch:

  • Activity.dispatchTouchEvent()
    • Always first to be called
    • Sends event to root view attached to Window
    • onTouchEvent()
      • Called if no views consume the event
      • Always last to be called

How the View handles touch:

  • View.dispatchTouchEvent()
    • Sends event to listener first, if exists
      • View.OnTouchListener.onTouch()
    • If not consumed, processes the touch itself
      • View.onTouchEvent()

How a ViewGroup handles touch:

  • ViewGroup.dispatchTouchEvent()
    • onInterceptTouchEvent()
      • Check if it should supersede children
      • Passes ACTION_CANCEL to active child
      • If it returns true once, the ViewGroup consumes all subsequent events
    • For each child view (in reverse order they were added)
      • If touch is relevant (inside view), child.dispatchTouchEvent()
      • If it is not handled by a previous, dispatch to next view
    • If no children handles the event, the listener gets a chance
      • OnTouchListener.onTouch()
    • If there is no listener, or its not handled
      • onTouchEvent()
  • Intercepted events jump over the child step

He also provides example code of custom touch on github.com/devunwired/.

Answer: Basically the dispatchTouchEvent() is called on every View layer to determine if a View is interested in an ongoing gesture. In a ViewGroup the ViewGroup has the ability to steal the touch events in his dispatchTouchEvent()-method, before it would call dispatchTouchEvent() on the children. The ViewGroup would only stop the dispatching if the ViewGroup onInterceptTouchEvent()-method returns true. The difference is that dispatchTouchEvent()is dispatching MotionEvents and onInterceptTouchEvent tells if it should intercept (not dispatching the MotionEvent to children) or not (dispatching to children).

You could imagine the code of a ViewGroup doing more-or-less this (very simplified):

public boolean dispatchTouchEvent(MotionEvent ev) {
    if(!onInterceptTouchEvent()){
        for(View child : children){
            if(child.dispatchTouchEvent(ev))
                return true;
        }
    }
    return super.dispatchTouchEvent(ev);
}

Capture characters from standard input without waiting for enter to be pressed

The following is a solution extracted from Expert C Programming: Deep Secrets, which is supposed to work on SVr4. It uses stty and ioctl.

#include <sys/filio.h>
int kbhit()
{
 int i;
 ioctl(0, FIONREAD, &i);
 return i; /* return a count of chars available to read */
}
main()
{
 int i = 0;
 intc='';
 system("stty raw -echo");
 printf("enter 'q' to quit \n");
 for (;c!='q';i++) {
    if (kbhit()) {
        c=getchar();
       printf("\n got %c, on iteration %d",c, i);
    }
}
 system("stty cooked echo");
}

Javascript: convert 24-hour time-of-day string to 12-hour time with AM/PM and no timezone

function timeformat(date1) {
  var date=new Date(date1);
  var month = date.toLocaleString('en-us', { month: 'long' });
  var mdate  =date.getDate();
  var year  =date.getFullYear();
  var hours = date.getHours();
  var minutes = date.getMinutes();
  var ampm = hours >= 12 ? 'pm' : 'am';
  hours = hours % 12;
  hours = hours ? hours : 12; // the hour '0' should be '12'
  minutes = minutes < 10 ? '0'+minutes : minutes;
  var strTime = mdate+"-"+month+"-"+year+" "+hours + ':' + minutes + ' ' + ampm;
  return strTime;
}
var ampm=timeformat("2019-01-11 12:26:43");
console.log(ampm);

Here the Function to Convert time into am or pm with Date,it may be help Someone.

Singletons vs. Application Context in Android?

Application is not the same as the Singleton.The reasons are:

  1. Application's method(such as onCreate) is called in the ui thread;
  2. singleton's method can be called in any thread;
  3. In the method "onCreate" of Application,you can instantiate Handler;
  4. If the singleton is executed in none-ui thread,you could not instantiate Handler;
  5. Application has the ability to manage the life cycle of the activities in the app.It has the method "registerActivityLifecycleCallbacks".But the singletons has not the ability.

Pandas read in table without headers

In order to read a csv in that doesn't have a header and for only certain columns you need to pass params header=None and usecols=[3,6] for the 4th and 7th columns:

df = pd.read_csv(file_path, header=None, usecols=[3,6])

See the docs

append to url and refresh page

location.href = location.href + "&parameter=" + value;

Using Javamail to connect to Gmail smtp server ignores specified port and tries to use 25

In Java you would do something similar to:

Transport transport = session.getTransport("smtps");
transport.connect (smtp_host, smtp_port, smtp_username, smtp_password);
transport.sendMessage(msg, msg.getAllRecipients());
transport.close();    

Note 'smtpS' protocol. Also socketFactory properties is no longer necessary in modern JVMs but you might need to set 'mail.smtps.auth' and 'mail.smtps.starttls.enable' to 'true' for Gmail. 'mail.smtps.debug' could be helpful too.

Using ListView : How to add a header view?

You can add as many headers as you like by calling addHeaderView() multiple times. You have to do it before setting the adapter to the list view.

And yes you can add header something like this way:

LayoutInflater inflater = getLayoutInflater();
ViewGroup header = (ViewGroup)inflater.inflate(R.layout.header, myListView, false);
myListView.addHeaderView(header, null, false);

Show loading screen when navigating between routes in Angular 2

UPDATE:3 Now that I have upgraded to new Router, @borislemke's approach will not work if you use CanDeactivate guard. I'm degrading to my old method, ie: this answer

UPDATE2: Router events in new-router look promising and the answer by @borislemke seems to cover the main aspect of spinner implementation, I havent't tested it but I recommend it.

UPDATE1: I wrote this answer in the era of Old-Router, when there used to be only one event route-changed notified via router.subscribe(). I also felt overload of the below approach and tried to do it using only router.subscribe(), and it backfired because there was no way to detect canceled navigation. So I had to revert back to lengthy approach(double work).


If you know your way around in Angular2, this is what you'll need


Boot.ts

import {bootstrap} from '@angular/platform-browser-dynamic';
import {MyApp} from 'path/to/MyApp-Component';
import { SpinnerService} from 'path/to/spinner-service';

bootstrap(MyApp, [SpinnerService]);

Root Component- (MyApp)

import { Component } from '@angular/core';
import { SpinnerComponent} from 'path/to/spinner-component';
@Component({
  selector: 'my-app',
  directives: [SpinnerComponent],
  template: `
     <spinner-component></spinner-component>
     <router-outlet></router-outlet>
   `
})
export class MyApp { }

Spinner-Component (will subscribe to Spinner-service to change the value of active accordingly)

import {Component} from '@angular/core';
import { SpinnerService} from 'path/to/spinner-service';
@Component({
  selector: 'spinner-component',
  'template': '<div *ngIf="active" class="spinner loading"></div>'
})
export class SpinnerComponent {
  public active: boolean;

  public constructor(spinner: SpinnerService) {
    spinner.status.subscribe((status: boolean) => {
      this.active = status;
    });
  }
}

Spinner-Service (bootstrap this service)

Define an observable to be subscribed by spinner-component to change the status on change, and function to know and set the spinner active/inactive.

import {Injectable} from '@angular/core';
import {Subject} from 'rxjs/Subject';
import 'rxjs/add/operator/share';

@Injectable()
export class SpinnerService {
  public status: Subject<boolean> = new Subject();
  private _active: boolean = false;

  public get active(): boolean {
    return this._active;
  }

  public set active(v: boolean) {
    this._active = v;
    this.status.next(v);
  }

  public start(): void {
    this.active = true;
  }

  public stop(): void {
    this.active = false;
  }
}

All Other Routes' Components

(sample):

import { Component} from '@angular/core';
import { SpinnerService} from 'path/to/spinner-service';
@Component({
   template: `<div *ngIf="!spinner.active" id="container">Nothing is Loading Now</div>`
})
export class SampleComponent {

  constructor(public spinner: SpinnerService){} 

  ngOnInit(){
    this.spinner.stop(); // or do it on some other event eg: when xmlhttp request completes loading data for the component
  }

  ngOnDestroy(){
    this.spinner.start();
  }
}

How do android screen coordinates work?

enter image description here

This image presents both orientation(Landscape/Portrait)

To get MaxX and MaxY, read on.

For Android device screen coordinates, below concept will work.

Display mdisp = getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay();
Point mdispSize = new Point();
mdisp.getSize(mdispSize);
int maxX = mdispSize.x; 
int maxY = mdispSize.y;

EDIT:- ** **for devices supporting android api level older than 13. Can use below code.

    Display mdisp = getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay();
    int maxX= mdisp.getWidth();
    int maxY= mdisp.getHeight();

(x,y) :-

1) (0,0) is top left corner.

2) (maxX,0) is top right corner

3) (0,maxY) is bottom left corner

4) (maxX,maxY) is bottom right corner

here maxX and maxY are screen maximum height and width in pixels, which we have retrieved in above given code.

HTML table with fixed headers?

Here is a jQuery plugin for fixed table headers. It allows the entire page to scroll, freezing the header when it reaches the top. It works well with Twitter Bootstrap tables.

GitHub repository: https://github.com/oma/table-fixed-header

It does not scroll only table content. Look to other tools for that, as one of these other answers. You decide what fits your case the best.

ListView item background via custom selector

I'm not sure how to achieve your desired effect through the selector itself -- after all, by definition, there is one selector for the whole list.

However, you can get control on selection changes and draw whatever you want. In this sample project, I make the selector transparent and draw a bar on the selected item.

How can I update NodeJS and NPM to the next versions?

To Install nodejs version 12.x and latest npm version of Ubuntu 20 Latest version follow these steps to install using PPA COPY THE WHOLE COMMAND AND RUN

cd ~ && curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_12.x -o && nodesource_setup.sh && sudo bash nodesource_setup.sh && sudo apt install nodejs && nodejs -v source https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-node-js-on-ubuntu-18-04

How to restrict SSH users to a predefined set of commands after login?

ssh follows the rsh tradition by using the user's shell program from the password file to execute commands.

This means that we can solve this without involving ssh configuration in any way.

If you don't want the user to be able to have shell access, then simply replace that user's shell with a script. If you look in /etc/passwd you will see that there is a field which assigns a shell command interpreter to each user. The script is used as the shell both for their interactive login ssh user@host as well as for commands ssh user@host command arg ....

Here is an example. I created a user foo whose shell is a script. The script prints the message my arguments are: followed by its arguments (each on a separate line and in angle brackets) and terminates. In the log in case, there are no arguments. Here is what happens:

webserver:~# ssh foo@localhost
foo@localhost's password:
Linux webserver [ snip ]
[ snip ]
my arguments are:
Connection to localhost closed.

If the user tries to run a command, it looks like this:

webserver:~# ssh foo@localhost cat /etc/passwd
foo@localhost's password:
my arguments are:
<-c>
<cat /etc/passwd>

Our "shell" receives a -c style invocation, with the entire command as one argument, just the same way that /bin/sh would receive it.

So as you can see, what we can do now is develop the script further so that it recognizes the case when it has been invoked with a -c argument, and then parses the string (say by pattern matching). Those strings which are allowed can be passed to the real shell by recursively invoking /bin/bash -c <string>. The reject case can print an error message and terminate (including the case when -c is missing).

You have to be careful how you write this. I recommend writing only positive matches which allow only very specific things, and disallow everything else.

Note: if you are root, you can still log into this account by overriding the shell in the su command, like this su -s /bin/bash foo. (Substitute shell of choice.) Non-root cannot do this.

Here is an example script: restrict the user into only using ssh for git access to repositories under /git.

#!/bin/sh

if [ $# -ne 2 ] || [ "$1" != "-c" ] ; then
  printf "interactive login not permitted\n"
  exit 1
fi

set -- $2

if [ $# != 2 ] ; then
  printf "wrong number of arguments\n"
  exit 1
fi

case "$1" in
  ( git-upload-pack | git-receive-pack )
    ;; # continue execution
  ( * )
    printf "command not allowed\n"
    exit 1
    ;;
esac

# Canonicalize the path name: we don't want escape out of
# git via ../ path components.

gitpath=$(readlink -f "$2")  # GNU Coreutils specific

case "$gitpath" in
  ( /git/* )
     ;; # continue execution
  ( * )
    printf "access denied outside of /git\n"
    exit 1
    ;;
esac

if ! [ -e "$gitpath" ] ; then
   printf "that git repo doesn't exist\n"
   exit 1
fi

"$1" "$gitpath"

Of course, we are trusting that these Git programs git-upload-pack and git-receive-pack don't have holes or escape hatches that will give users access to the system.

That is inherent in this kind of restriction scheme. The user is authenticated to execute code in a certain security domain, and we are kludging in a restriction to limit that domain to a subdomain. For instance if you allow a user to run the vim command on a specific file to edit it, the user can just get a shell with :!sh[Enter].

The controller for path was not found or does not implement IController

I hope this helps someone else. I had this problem because, while I had the controller named properly, the class inside the file had a typo in it. I was looking for OrderSearch and the file was OrderSearchController.cs, but the class was OrdersSearchController.

Obviously, they should match, but they don't have to, and your route targets the class, not the filename.

Close Current Tab

Use this:

window.open('', '_self');

This only works in chrome; it is a bug. It will be fixed in the future, so use this hacky solution with this in mind.

C fopen vs open

Using open, read, write means you have to worry about signal interaptions.

If the call was interrupted by a signal handler the functions will return -1 and set errno to EINTR.

So the proper way to close a file would be

while (retval = close(fd), retval == -1 && ernno == EINTR) ;

Advantages of using display:inline-block vs float:left in CSS

You can find answer in depth here.

But in general with float you need to be aware and take care of the surrounding elements and inline-block simple way to line elements.

Thanks

AngularJS: Insert HTML from a string

Have a look at the example in this link :

http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ngSanitize.$sanitize

Basically, angular has a directive to insert html into pages. In your case you can insert the html using the ng-bind-html directive like so :

If you already have done all this :

// My magic HTML string function.
function htmlString (str) {
    return "<h1>" + str + "</h1>";
}

function Ctrl ($scope) {
  var str = "HELLO!";
  $scope.htmlString = htmlString(str);
}
Ctrl.$inject = ["$scope"];

Then in your html within the scope of that controller, you could

<div ng-bind-html="htmlString"></div>

adding child nodes in treeview

You may do as follows to Populate treeView with parent and child node. And also with display and value member of parent and child nodes:

   arrayRoot = taskData.GetRocordForRoot();  // iterate through database table
    for (int j = 0; j <arrayRoot.length; j++) { 
                TreeNode root = new TreeNode();  // Creating new root node
                root.Text = "displayString";
                root.Tag = "valueString";
                treeView1.Nodes.Add(root); //Adding the root node

             arrayChild = taskData.GetRocordForChild();// iterate through database table
                for (int i = 0; i < arrayChild.length; i++) {
                    TreeNode child = new TreeNode(); // creating child node
                    child.Text = "displayString"
                    child.Tag = "valueString";
                    root.Nodes.Add(child); // adding child node
                }

            }

Is there "\n" equivalent in VBscript?

Tried and tested. I know that this works:

Replace(EmailText, vbNewLine, "<br>")

i.e. vbNewLine is also the equivalent of \n

How do I sort a two-dimensional (rectangular) array in C#?

Load your two-dimensional string array into an actual DataTable (System.Data.DataTable), and then use the DataTable object's Select() method to generate a sorted array of DataRow objects (or use a DataView for a similar effect).

// assumes stringdata[row, col] is your 2D string array
DataTable dt = new DataTable();
// assumes first row contains column names:
for (int col = 0; col < stringdata.GetLength(1); col++)
{
    dt.Columns.Add(stringdata[0, col]);
}
// load data from string array to data table:
for (rowindex = 1; rowindex < stringdata.GetLength(0); rowindex++)
{
    DataRow row = dt.NewRow();
    for (int col = 0; col < stringdata.GetLength(1); col++)
    {
        row[col] = stringdata[rowindex, col];
    }
    dt.Rows.Add(row);
}
// sort by third column:
DataRow[] sortedrows = dt.Select("", "3");
// sort by column name, descending:
sortedrows = dt.Select("", "COLUMN3 DESC");

You could also write your own method to sort a two-dimensional array. Both approaches would be useful learning experiences, but the DataTable approach would get you started on learning a better way of handling tables of data in a C# application.

Is there an upper bound to BigInteger?

The number is held in an int[] - the maximum size of an array is Integer.MAX_VALUE. So the maximum BigInteger probably is (2 ^ 32) ^ Integer.MAX_VALUE.

Admittedly, this is implementation dependent, not part of the specification.


In Java 8, some information was added to the BigInteger javadoc, giving a minimum supported range and the actual limit of the current implementation:

BigInteger must support values in the range -2Integer.MAX_VALUE (exclusive) to +2Integer.MAX_VALUE (exclusive) and may support values outside of that range.

Implementation note: BigInteger constructors and operations throw ArithmeticException when the result is out of the supported range of -2Integer.MAX_VALUE (exclusive) to +2Integer.MAX_VALUE (exclusive).

Running multiple commands with xargs

This is just another approach without xargs nor cat:

while read stuff; do
  command1 "$stuff"
  command2 "$stuff"
  ...
done < a.txt

FtpWebRequest Download File

I know this is an old Post but I am adding here for future reference. Here is a solution that I found:

    private void DownloadFileFTP()
    {
        string inputfilepath = @"C:\Temp\FileName.exe";
        string ftphost = "xxx.xx.x.xxx";
        string ftpfilepath = "/Updater/Dir1/FileName.exe";

        string ftpfullpath = "ftp://" + ftphost + ftpfilepath;

        using (WebClient request = new WebClient())
        {
            request.Credentials = new NetworkCredential("UserName", "P@55w0rd");
            byte[] fileData = request.DownloadData(ftpfullpath);

            using (FileStream file = File.Create(inputfilepath))
            {
                file.Write(fileData, 0, fileData.Length);
                file.Close();
            }
            MessageBox.Show("Download Complete");
        }
    }

Updated based upon excellent suggestion by Ilya Kogan

How to send multiple data fields via Ajax?

The correct syntax is:

data: {status: status, name: name},

As specified here: http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/

So if that doesn't work, I would alert those variables to make sure they have values.

How can I change UIButton title color?

You can use -[UIButton setTitleColor:forState:] to do this.

Example:

Objective-C

[buttonName setTitleColor:[UIColor blackColor] forState:UIControlStateNormal];

Swift 2

buttonName.setTitleColor(UIColor.blackColor(), forState: .Normal)

Swift 3

buttonName.setTitleColor(UIColor.white, for: .normal)

Thanks to richardchildan

When is layoutSubviews called?

I tracked the solution down to Interface Builder's insistence that springs cannot be changed on a view that has the simulated screen elements turned on (status bar, etc.). Since the springs were off for the main view, that view could not change size and hence was scrolled down in its entirety when the in-call bar appeared.

Turning the simulated features off, then resizing the view and setting the springs correctly caused the animation to occur and my method to be called.

An extra problem in debugging this is that the simulator quits the app when the in-call status is toggled via the menu. Quit app = no debugger.

How can I turn a string into a list in Python?

The list() function [docs] will convert a string into a list of single-character strings.

>>> list('hello')
['h', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o']

Even without converting them to lists, strings already behave like lists in several ways. For example, you can access individual characters (as single-character strings) using brackets:

>>> s = "hello"
>>> s[1]
'e'
>>> s[4]
'o'

You can also loop over the characters in the string as you can loop over the elements of a list:

>>> for c in 'hello':
...     print c + c,
... 
hh ee ll ll oo

Spring Boot Adding Http Request Interceptors

WebMvcConfigurerAdapter will be deprecated with Spring 5. From its Javadoc:

@deprecated as of 5.0 {@link WebMvcConfigurer} has default methods (made possible by a Java 8 baseline) and can be implemented directly without the need for this adapter

As stated above, what you should do is implementing WebMvcConfigurer and overriding addInterceptors method.

@Configuration
public class WebMvcConfig implements WebMvcConfigurer {

    @Override
    public void addInterceptors(InterceptorRegistry registry) {
        registry.addInterceptor(new MyCustomInterceptor());
    }
}