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How to get folder directory from HTML input type "file" or any other way?

Stumbled on this page as well, and then found out this is possible with just javascript (no plugins like ActiveX or Flash), but just in chrome:

https://plus.google.com/+AddyOsmani/posts/Dk5UhZ6zfF3

Basically, they added support for a new attribute on the file input element "webkitdirectory". You can use it like this:

<input type="file" id="ctrl" webkitdirectory directory multiple/>

It allows you to select directories. The multiple attribute is a good fallback for browsers that support multiple file selection but not directory selection.

When you select a directory the files are available through the dom object for the control (document.getElementById('ctrl')), just like they are with the multiple attribute. The browsers adds all files in the selected directory to that list recursively.

You can already add the directory attribute as well in case this gets standardized at some point (couldn't find any info regarding that)

What is the difference between printf() and puts() in C?

puts is the simple choice and adds a new line in the end and printfwrites the output from a formatted string.

See the documentation for puts and for printf.

I would recommend to use only printf as this is more consistent than switching method, i.e if you are debbugging it is less painfull to search all printfs than puts and printf. Most times you want to output a variable in your printouts as well, so puts is mostly used in example code.

READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission for Android

Please Check below code that using that You can find all Music Files from sdcard :

public class MainActivity extends Activity{

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.activity_animations);
    getAllSongsFromSDCARD();

}

public void getAllSongsFromSDCARD() {
    String[] STAR = { "*" };
    Cursor cursor;
    Uri allsongsuri = MediaStore.Audio.Media.EXTERNAL_CONTENT_URI;
    String selection = MediaStore.Audio.Media.IS_MUSIC + " != 0";

    cursor = managedQuery(allsongsuri, STAR, selection, null, null);

    if (cursor != null) {
        if (cursor.moveToFirst()) {
            do {
                String song_name = cursor
                        .getString(cursor
                                .getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Audio.Media.DISPLAY_NAME));
                int song_id = cursor.getInt(cursor
                        .getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Audio.Media._ID));

                String fullpath = cursor.getString(cursor
                        .getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Audio.Media.DATA));

                String album_name = cursor.getString(cursor
                        .getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Audio.Media.ALBUM));
                int album_id = cursor.getInt(cursor
                        .getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Audio.Media.ALBUM_ID));

                String artist_name = cursor.getString(cursor
                        .getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Audio.Media.ARTIST));
                int artist_id = cursor.getInt(cursor
                        .getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Audio.Media.ARTIST_ID));
                System.out.println("sonng name"+fullpath);
            } while (cursor.moveToNext());

        }
        cursor.close();
    }
}


}

I have also added following line in the AndroidManifest.xml file as below:

<uses-sdk
    android:minSdkVersion="16"
    android:targetSdkVersion="17" />

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.MEDIA_CONTENT_CONTROL" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" />

Editing dictionary values in a foreach loop

Disclaimer: I don't do much C#

You are trying to modify the DictionaryEntry object which is stored in the HashTable. The Hashtable only stores one object -- your instance of DictionaryEntry. Changing the Key or the Value is enough to change the HashTable and cause the enumerator to become invalid.

You can do it outside of the loop:

if(hashtable.Contains(key))
{
    hashtable[key] = value;
}

by first creating a list of all the keys of the values you wish to change and iterate through that list instead.

Updating property value in properties file without deleting other values

Properties prop = new Properties();
prop.load(...); // FileInputStream 
prop.setProperty("key", "value");
prop.store(...); // FileOutputStream 

Empty ArrayList equals null

arrayList == null if there are no instance of the class ArrayList assigned to the variable arrayList (note the upercase for classes and the lowercase for variables).

If, at anytime, you do arrayList = new ArrayList() then arrayList != null because is pointing to an instance of the class ArrayList

If you want to know if the list is empty, do

if(arrayList != null && !arrayList.isEmpty()) {
 //has items here. The fact that has items does not mean that the items are != null. 
 //You have to check the nullity for every item

}
else {
// either there is no instance of ArrayList in arrayList or the list is empty.
}

If you don't want null items in your list, I'd suggest you to extend the ArrayList class with your own, for example:

public class NotNullArrayList extends ArrayList{

@Override
public boolean add(Object o) 
   { if(o==null) throw new IllegalArgumentException("Cannot add null items to the list");
      else return super.add(o);
    }
}

Or maybe you can extend it to have a method inside your own class that re-defines the concept of "empty List".

public class NullIsEmptyArrayList extends ArrayList{

@Override
public boolean isEmpty() 
   if(super.isEmpty()) return true;
   else{
   //Iterate through the items to see if all of them are null. 
   //You can use any of the algorithms in the other responses. Return true if all are null, false otherwise. 
   //You can short-circuit to return false when you find the first item not null, so it will improve performance.
  }
}

The last two approaches are more Object-Oriented, more elegant and reusable solutions.

Updated with Jeff suggestion IAE instead of NPE.

Get Public URL for File - Google Cloud Storage - App Engine (Python)

You need to use get_serving_url from the Images API. As that page explains, you need to call create_gs_key() first to get the key to pass to the Images API.

Why do we use arrays instead of other data structures?

For O(1) random access, which can not be beaten.

Expand and collapse with angular js

You can solve this fully in the html:

<div>
  <input ng-model=collapse type=checkbox>Title
  <div ng-show=collapse>
     Only shown when checkbox is clicked
  </div>
</div>

This also works well with ng-repeat since it will create a local scope for each member.

<table>
  <tbody ng-repeat='m in members'>
    <tr>
       <td><input type=checkbox ng-model=collapse></td>
       <td>{{m.title}}</td>
    </tr>
    <tr ng-show=collapse>
      <td> </td>
      <td>{{ m.content }}</td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
</table>

Be aware that even though a repeat has its own scope, initially it will inherit the value from collapse from super scopes. This allows you to set the initial value in one place but it can be surprising.

You can of course restyle the checkbox. See http://jsfiddle.net/azD5m/5/

Updated fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/azD5m/374/ Original fiddle used closing </input> tags to add the HTML text label instead of using <label> tags.

MySQL selecting yesterday's date

Last or next date, week, month & year calculation. It might be helpful for anyone.

Current Date:

select curdate();

Yesterday:

select subdate(curdate(), 1)

Tomorrow:

select adddate(curdate(), 1)

Last 1 week:

select between subdate(curdate(), 7) and subdate(curdate(), 1)

Next 1 week:

between adddate(curdate(), 7) and adddate(curdate(), 1)

Last 1 month:

between subdate(curdate(), 30) and subdate(curdate(), 1)

Next 1 month:

between adddate(curdate(), 30) and adddate(curdate(), 1)

Current month:

subdate(curdate(),day(curdate())-1) and last_day(curdate());

Last 1 year:

between subdate(curdate(), 365) and subdate(curdate(), 1)

Next 1 year:

between adddate(curdate(), 365) and adddate(curdate(), 1)

What is the difference between the dot (.) operator and -> in C++?

The target. dot works on objects; arrow works on pointers to objects.

std::string str("foo");
std::string * pstr = new std::string("foo");

str.size ();
pstr->size ();

Cleanest way to build an SQL string in Java

I tend to use Spring's Named JDBC Parameters so I can write a standard string like "select * from blah where colX=':someValue'"; I think that's pretty readable.

An alternative would be to supply the string in a separate .sql file and read the contents in using a utility method.

Oh, also worth having a look at Squill: https://squill.dev.java.net/docs/tutorial.html

C# equivalent to Java's charAt()?

you can use LINQ

string abc = "abc";
char getresult = abc.Where((item, index) => index == 2).Single();

When is it practical to use Depth-First Search (DFS) vs Breadth-First Search (BFS)?

One important advantage of BFS would be that it can be used to find the shortest path between any two nodes in an unweighted graph. Whereas, we cannot use DFS for the same.

How to get named excel sheets while exporting from SSRS

You could use -sed- and -grep- to replace or write to the xml header of each file specifying your desired sheet name, e.g., sheetname1, between any occurrence of the tags:

<Sheetnames>?sheetname1?</Sheetnames>

How can I disable a tab inside a TabControl?

You can do it through the tabpages: tabPage1.Hide(), tabPage2.Show() etc.

How do I Set Background image in Flutter?

I was able to apply a background below the Scaffold (and even it's AppBar) by putting the Scaffold under a Stack and setting a Container in the first "layer" with the background image set and fit: BoxFit.cover property.

Both the Scaffold and AppBar has to have the backgroundColor set as Color.transparent and the elevation of AppBar has to be 0 (zero).

VoilĂ ! Now you have a nice background below the whole Scaffold and AppBar! :)

import 'package:flutter/material.dart';
import 'package:mynamespace/ui/shared/colors.dart';
import 'package:mynamespace/ui/shared/textstyle.dart';
import 'package:mynamespace/ui/shared/ui_helpers.dart';
import 'package:mynamespace/ui/widgets/custom_text_form_field_widget.dart';

class SignUpView extends StatelessWidget {
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Stack( // <-- STACK AS THE SCAFFOLD PARENT
      children: [
        Container(
          decoration: BoxDecoration(
            image: DecorationImage(
              image: AssetImage("assets/images/bg.png"), // <-- BACKGROUND IMAGE
              fit: BoxFit.cover,
            ),
          ),
        ),
        Scaffold(
          backgroundColor: Colors.transparent, // <-- SCAFFOLD WITH TRANSPARENT BG
          appBar: AppBar(
            title: Text('NEW USER'),
            backgroundColor: Colors.transparent, // <-- APPBAR WITH TRANSPARENT BG
            elevation: 0, // <-- ELEVATION ZEROED
          ),
          body: Padding(
            padding: EdgeInsets.all(spaceXS),
            child: Column(
              children: [
                CustomTextFormFieldWidget(labelText: 'Email', hintText: 'Type your Email'),
                UIHelper.verticalSpaceSM,
                SizedBox(
                  width: double.maxFinite,
                  child: RaisedButton(
                    color: regularCyan,
                    child: Text('Finish Registration', style: TextStyle(color: white)),
                    onPressed: () => {},
                  ),
                ),
              ],
            ),
          ),
        ),
      ],
    );
  }
}

Assign output to variable in Bash

Same with something more complex...getting the ec2 instance region from within the instance.

INSTANCE_REGION=$(curl -s 'http://169.254.169.254/latest/dynamic/instance-identity/document' | python -c "import sys, json; print json.load(sys.stdin)['region']")

echo $INSTANCE_REGION

How to parse SOAP XML?

One of the simplest ways to handle namespace prefixes is simply to strip them from the XML response before passing it through to simplexml such as below:

$your_xml_response = '<Your XML here>';
$clean_xml = str_ireplace(['SOAP-ENV:', 'SOAP:'], '', $your_xml_response);
$xml = simplexml_load_string($clean_xml);

This would return the following:

SimpleXMLElement Object
(
    [Body] => SimpleXMLElement Object
        (
            [PaymentNotification] => SimpleXMLElement Object
                (
                    [payment] => SimpleXMLElement Object
                        (
                            [uniqueReference] => ESDEUR11039872
                            [epacsReference] => 74348dc0-cbf0-df11-b725-001ec9e61285
                            [postingDate] => 2010-11-15T15:19:45
                            [bankCurrency] => EUR
                            [bankAmount] => 1.00
                            [appliedCurrency] => EUR
                            [appliedAmount] => 1.00
                            [countryCode] => ES
                            [bankInformation] => Sean Wood
                            [merchantReference] => ESDEUR11039872
                        )

                )

        )

)

Detecting an undefined object property

In JavaScript, there are truthy and falsy expressions. If you want to check if the property is undefined or not, there is a straight way of using an if condition as given,

  1. Using truthy/falsy concept.
if(!ob.someProp){
    console.log('someProp is falsy')
}

However, there are several more approaches to check the object has property or not, but it seems long to me. Here are those.

  1. Using === undefined check in if condition
if(ob.someProp === undefined){
    console.log('someProp is undefined')
}
  1. Using typeof

typeof acts as a combined check for the value undefined and for whether a variable exists.

if(typeof ob.someProp === 'undefined'){
    console.log('someProp is undefined')
}
  1. Using hasOwnProperty method

The JavaScript object has built in the hasOwnProperty function in the object prototype.

if(!ob.hasOwnProperty('someProp')){
    console.log('someProp is undefined')
}

Not going in deep, but the 1st way looks shortened and good to me. Here are the details on truthy/falsy values in JavaScript and undefined is the falsy value listed in there. So the if condition behaves normally without any glitch. Apart from the undefined, values NaN, false (Obviously), '' (empty string) and number 0 are also the falsy values.

Warning: Make sure the property value does not contain any falsy value, otherwise the if condition will return false. For such a case, you can use the hasOwnProperty method

How to clear the logs properly for a Docker container?

I do prefer this one (from solutions above):

truncate -s 0 /var/lib/docker/containers/*/*-json.log

However I'm running several systems (Ubuntu 18.x Bionic for example), where this path does not work as expected. Docker is installed through Snap, so the path to containers is more like:

truncate -s 0 /var/snap/docker/common/var-lib-docker/containers/*/*-json.log

Spring Boot Adding Http Request Interceptors

Below is an implementation I use to intercept each HTTP request before it goes out and the response which comes back. With this implementation, I also have a single point where I can pass any header value with the request.

public class HttpInterceptor implements ClientHttpRequestInterceptor {
private Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger(this.getClass());
@Override
public ClientHttpResponse intercept(
        HttpRequest request, byte[] body,
        ClientHttpRequestExecution execution
) throws IOException {
    HttpHeaders headers = request.getHeaders();
    headers.add("Accept", MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_UTF8_VALUE);
    headers.add("Content-Type", MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_VALUE);
    traceRequest(request, body);
    ClientHttpResponse response = execution.execute(request, body);
    traceResponse(response);
    return response;
}

private void traceRequest(HttpRequest request, byte[] body) throws IOException {
    logger.info("===========================Request begin======================================");
    logger.info("URI         : {}", request.getURI());
    logger.info("Method      : {}", request.getMethod());
    logger.info("Headers     : {}", request.getHeaders() );
    logger.info("Request body: {}", new String(body, StandardCharsets.UTF_8));
    logger.info("==========================Request end=========================================");
}

private void traceResponse(ClientHttpResponse response) throws IOException {
    logger.info("============================Response begin====================================");
    logger.info("Status code  : {}", response.getStatusCode());
    logger.info("Status text  : {}", response.getStatusText());
    logger.info("Headers      : {}", response.getHeaders());
    logger.info("=======================Response end===========================================");
}}

Below is the Rest Template Bean

@Bean
public RestTemplate restTemplate(HttpClient httpClient)
{
    HttpComponentsClientHttpRequestFactory requestFactory =
            new HttpComponentsClientHttpRequestFactory();
    requestFactory.setHttpClient(httpClient);
    RestTemplate restTemplate=  new RestTemplate(requestFactory);
    List<ClientHttpRequestInterceptor> interceptors = restTemplate.getInterceptors();
    if (CollectionUtils.isEmpty(interceptors))
    {
        interceptors = new ArrayList<>();
    }
    interceptors.add(new HttpInterceptor());
    restTemplate.setInterceptors(interceptors);

    return restTemplate;
}

CURL to access a page that requires a login from a different page

After some googling I found this:

curl -c cookie.txt -d "LoginName=someuser" -d "password=somepass" https://oursite/a
curl -b cookie.txt https://oursite/b

No idea if it works, but it might lead you in the right direction.

Call two functions from same onclick

With jQuery :

jQuery("#btn").on("click",function(event){
    event.preventDefault();
    pay();
    cls();
});

How to make the first option of <select> selected with jQuery

If you are going to use the first option as a default like

<select>
    <option value="">Please select an option below</option>
    ...

then you can just use:

$('select').val('');

It is nice and simple.

WPF: Setting the Width (and Height) as a Percentage Value

IValueConverter implementation can be used. Converter class which takes inheritance from IValueConverter takes some parameters like value (percentage) and parameter (parent's width) and returns desired width value. In XAML file, component's width is set with the desired value:

public class SizePercentageConverter : IValueConverter
{
    public object Convert(object value, Type targetType, object parameter, CultureInfo culture)
    {
        if (parameter == null)
            return 0.7 * value.ToDouble();

        string[] split = parameter.ToString().Split('.');
        double parameterDouble = split[0].ToDouble() + split[1].ToDouble() / (Math.Pow(10, split[1].Length));
        return value.ToDouble() * parameterDouble;
    }

    public object ConvertBack(object value, Type targetType, object parameter, CultureInfo culture)
    {
        // Don't need to implement this
        return null;
    }
}

XAML:

<UserControl.Resources>
    <m:SizePercentageConverter x:Key="PercentageConverter" />
</UserControl.Resources>

<ScrollViewer VerticalScrollBarVisibility="Auto"
          HorizontalScrollBarVisibility="Disabled"
          Width="{Binding Converter={StaticResource PercentageConverter}, RelativeSource={RelativeSource Mode=FindAncestor,AncestorType={x:Type Border}},Path=ActualWidth}"
          Height="{Binding Converter={StaticResource PercentageConverter}, ConverterParameter=0.6, RelativeSource={RelativeSource Mode=FindAncestor,AncestorType={x:Type Border}},Path=ActualHeight}">
....
</ScrollViewer>

Converting string to Date and DateTime

Like we have date "07/May/2018" and we need date "2018-05-07" as mysql compatible

if (!empty($date)) {
    $timestamp = strtotime($date);
    if ($timestamp === FALSE) {
         $timestamp = strtotime(str_replace('/', '-', $date));
     }
         $date = date('Y-m-d', $timestamp);
  }

It works for me. enjoy :)

pandas DataFrame: replace nan values with average of columns

You can simply use DataFrame.fillna to fill the nan's directly:

In [27]: df 
Out[27]: 
          A         B         C
0 -0.166919  0.979728 -0.632955
1 -0.297953 -0.912674 -1.365463
2 -0.120211 -0.540679 -0.680481
3       NaN -2.027325  1.533582
4       NaN       NaN  0.461821
5 -0.788073       NaN       NaN
6 -0.916080 -0.612343       NaN
7 -0.887858  1.033826       NaN
8  1.948430  1.025011 -2.982224
9  0.019698 -0.795876 -0.046431

In [28]: df.mean()
Out[28]: 
A   -0.151121
B   -0.231291
C   -0.530307
dtype: float64

In [29]: df.fillna(df.mean())
Out[29]: 
          A         B         C
0 -0.166919  0.979728 -0.632955
1 -0.297953 -0.912674 -1.365463
2 -0.120211 -0.540679 -0.680481
3 -0.151121 -2.027325  1.533582
4 -0.151121 -0.231291  0.461821
5 -0.788073 -0.231291 -0.530307
6 -0.916080 -0.612343 -0.530307
7 -0.887858  1.033826 -0.530307
8  1.948430  1.025011 -2.982224
9  0.019698 -0.795876 -0.046431

The docstring of fillna says that value should be a scalar or a dict, however, it seems to work with a Series as well. If you want to pass a dict, you could use df.mean().to_dict().

How to change the minSdkVersion of a project?

This is what worked for me:

In the build.gradle file, setting the minSdkVersion under defaultConfig:

enter image description here

Good Luck...

How do I search for an object by its ObjectId in the mongo console?

Simply do:

db.getCollection('test').find('4ecbe7f9e8c1c9092c000027');

What's the difference between a proxy server and a reverse proxy server?

My understanding from an Apache perspective is that proxy means that if site x proxies for site y, then requests for x return y.

The reverse proxy means that the response from y is adjusted so that all references to y become x.

So that the user cannot tell that a proxy is involved...

Open CSV file via VBA (performance)

I have the same issue, I'm not able to open a CSV file in Excel. I've found a solution that worked for me in this question Opening a file in excel via Workbooks.OpenText

That question helped me to figure out a code that works for me. The code looks more or less like this:

Private Sub OpenCSVFile(filename as String)
    Dim datasourceFilename As String
    Dim currentPath As String

    datasourceFilename = "\" & filename & ".csv"
    currentPath = ActiveWorkbook.Path

    Workbooks.OpenText Filename:=currentPath & datasourceFilename, _
                       Origin:=xlWindows, _
                       StartRow:=1, _
                       DataType:=xlDelimited, _
                       TextQualifier:=xlDoubleQuote, _
                       ConsecutiveDelimiter:=False, _
                       Tab:=False, _
                       Semicolon:=False, _
                       Comma:=True, _
                       Space:=False, _
                       Other:=False, _
                       FieldInfo:=Array(Array(1, 1), Array(2, 1)), _
                       DecimalSeparator:=".", _
                       ThousandsSeparator:=",", _
                       TrailingMinusNumbers:=True
End Sub

At least, it helped me to know about lots of parameters I can use with Workbooks.OpenText method.

C++ printing spaces or tabs given a user input integer

You just need a loop that iterates the number of times given by n and prints a space each time. This would do:

while (n--) {
  std::cout << ' ';
}

Exception in thread "main" java.util.NoSuchElementException

Everyone explained pretty well on it. Let me answer when should this class be used.

When Should You Use NoSuchElementException?

Java includes a few different ways to iterate through elements in a collection. The first of these classes, Enumeration, was introduced in JDK1.0 and is generally considered deprecated in favor of newer iteration classes, like Iterator and ListIterator.

As with most programming languages, the Iterator class includes a hasNext() method that returns a boolean indicating if the iteration has anymore elements. If hasNext() returns true, then the next() method will return the next element in the iteration. Unlike Enumeration, Iterator also has a remove() method, which removes the last element that was obtained via next().

While Iterator is generalized for use with all collections in the Java Collections Framework, ListIterator is more specialized and only works with List-based collections, like ArrayList, LinkedList, and so forth. However, ListIterator adds even more functionality by allowing iteration to traverse in both directions via hasPrevious() and previous() methods.

How do I assign a port mapping to an existing Docker container?

For Windows & Mac Users, there is another pretty easy and friendly way to change the mapping port:

  1. download kitematic

  2. go to the settings page of the container, on the ports tab, you can directly modify the published port there.

  3. start the container again

@JsonProperty annotation on field as well as getter/setter

My observations based on a few tests has been that whichever name differs from the property name is one which takes effect:

For eg. consider a slight modification of your case:

@JsonProperty("fileName")
private String fileName;

@JsonProperty("fileName")
public String getFileName()
{
    return fileName;
}

@JsonProperty("fileName1")
public void setFileName(String fileName)
{
    this.fileName = fileName;
}

Both fileName field, and method getFileName, have the correct property name of fileName and setFileName has a different one fileName1, in this case Jackson will look for a fileName1 attribute in json at the point of deserialization and will create a attribute called fileName1 at the point of serialization.

Now, coming to your case, where all the three @JsonProperty differ from the default propertyname of fileName, it would just pick one of them as the attribute(FILENAME), and had any on of the three differed, it would have thrown an exception:

java.lang.IllegalStateException: Conflicting property name definitions

How can JavaScript save to a local file?

If you are using FireFox you can use the File HandleAPI

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/File_Handle_API

I had just tested it out and it works!

This application has no explicit mapping for /error

Try adding the dependency.

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
    <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-thymeleaf</artifactId>
</dependency>

Opening Chrome From Command Line

Answering this for Ubuntu users for reference.

Run command google-chrome --app-url "http://localhost/"

Replace your desired URL in the parameter.

You can get more options like incognito mode etc. Run google-chrome --help to see the options.

Android - Dynamically Add Views into View

It looks like what you really want a ListView with a custom adapter to inflate the specified layout. Using an ArrayAdapter and the method notifyDataSetChanged() you have full control of the Views generation and rendering.

Take a look at these tutorials

PHP function to get the subdomain of a URL

you can use this too

echo substr($_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'], 0, strrpos($_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'], '.', -5));

How to test if a string contains one of the substrings in a list, in pandas?

One option is just to use the regex | character to try to match each of the substrings in the words in your Series s (still using str.contains).

You can construct the regex by joining the words in searchfor with |:

>>> searchfor = ['og', 'at']
>>> s[s.str.contains('|'.join(searchfor))]
0    cat
1    hat
2    dog
3    fog
dtype: object

As @AndyHayden noted in the comments below, take care if your substrings have special characters such as $ and ^ which you want to match literally. These characters have specific meanings in the context of regular expressions and will affect the matching.

You can make your list of substrings safer by escaping non-alphanumeric characters with re.escape:

>>> import re
>>> matches = ['$money', 'x^y']
>>> safe_matches = [re.escape(m) for m in matches]
>>> safe_matches
['\\$money', 'x\\^y']

The strings with in this new list will match each character literally when used with str.contains.

MVC which submit button has been pressed

this is a better answer, so we can have both text and value for a button:

http://weblogs.asp.net/dfindley/archive/2009/05/31/asp-net-mvc-multiple-buttons-in-the-same-form.aspx

</p>
<button name="button" value="register">Register</button>
<button name="button" value="cancel">Cancel</button>
</p>

and the controller:

public ActionResult Register(string button, string userName, string email, string password, string confirmPassword)
{
if (button == "cancel")
    return RedirectToAction("Index", "Home");
...

in short its a SUBMIT button but you choose the name using the name attribute, its even more powerful because your not obligated to the name submit or button in the controller method parameters, you can call it as you like...

How to handle an IF STATEMENT in a Mustache template?

Mustache templates are, by design, very simple; the homepage even says:

Logic-less templates.

So the general approach is to do your logic in JavaScript and set a bunch of flags:

if(notified_type == "Friendship")
    data.type_friendship = true;
else if(notified_type == "Other" && action == "invite")
    data.type_other_invite = true;
//...

and then in your template:

{{#type_friendship}}
    friendship...
{{/type_friendship}}
{{#type_other_invite}}
    invite...
{{/type_other_invite}}

If you want some more advanced functionality but want to maintain most of Mustache's simplicity, you could look at Handlebars:

Handlebars provides the power necessary to let you build semantic templates effectively with no frustration.

Mustache templates are compatible with Handlebars, so you can take a Mustache template, import it into Handlebars, and start taking advantage of the extra Handlebars features.

Remove pattern from string with gsub

Just to point out that there is an approach using functions from the tidyverse, which I find more readable than gsub:

a %>% stringr::str_remove(pattern = ".*_")

psql: could not connect to server: No such file or directory (Mac OS X)

The causes of this error are many so first locate your log file and check it for clues. It might be at /usr/local/var/log/postgres.log or /usr/local/var/postgres/server.log or possibly elsewhere. If you installed with Homebrew you can find the location in ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.postgresql.plist.

MySQL case sensitive query

MySQL queries are not case-sensitive by default. Following is a simple query that is looking for 'value'. However it will return 'VALUE', 'value', 'VaLuE', etc…

SELECT * FROM `table` WHERE `column` = 'value'

The good news is that if you need to make a case-sensitive query, it is very easy to do using the BINARY operator, which forces a byte by byte comparison:

SELECT * FROM `table` WHERE BINARY `column` = 'value'

Git for beginners: The definitive practical guide

Seriously add the link featured in Tim's answer in the Stack Overflow post Setup Git Server with Msysgit on Windows.

It flawlessly told me how to setup Git on Windows with msysgit, and is an incredibly detailed article.

What is the difference between YAML and JSON?

I find YAML to be easier on the eyes: less parenthesis, "" etc. Although there is the annoyance of tabs in YAML... but one gets the hang of it.

In terms of performance/resources, I wouldn't expect big differences between the two.

Futhermore, we are talking about configuration files and so I wouldn't expect a high frequency of encode/decode activity, no?

Batch Renaming of Files in a Directory

If you don't mind using regular expressions, then this function would give you much power in renaming files:

import re, glob, os

def renamer(files, pattern, replacement):
    for pathname in glob.glob(files):
        basename= os.path.basename(pathname)
        new_filename= re.sub(pattern, replacement, basename)
        if new_filename != basename:
            os.rename(
              pathname,
              os.path.join(os.path.dirname(pathname), new_filename))

So in your example, you could do (assuming it's the current directory where the files are):

renamer("*.doc", r"^(.*)\.doc$", r"new(\1).doc")

but you could also roll back to the initial filenames:

renamer("*.doc", r"^new\((.*)\)\.doc", r"\1.doc")

and more.

Return value from nested function in Javascript

Just FYI, Geocoder is asynchronous so the accepted answer while logical doesn't really work in this instance. I would prefer to have an outside object that acts as your updater.

var updater = {};

function geoCodeCity(goocoord) { 
    var geocoder = new google.maps.Geocoder();
    geocoder.geocode({
        'latLng': goocoord
    }, function(results, status) {
        if (status == google.maps.GeocoderStatus.OK) {
            updater.currentLocation = results[1].formatted_address;
        } else {
            if (status == "ERROR") { 
                    console.log(status);
                }
        }
    });
};

How to set True as default value for BooleanField on Django?

In DJango 3.0 the default value of a BooleanField in model.py is set like this:

class model_name(models.Model):
example_name = models.BooleanField(default=False)

What's the difference between isset() and array_key_exists()?

The main difference when working on arrays is that array_key_exists returns true when the value is null, while isset will return false when the array value is set to null.

See isset on the PHP documentation site.

Convenient way to parse incoming multipart/form-data parameters in a Servlet

Not always there's a servlet before of an upload (I could use a filter for example). Or could be that the same controller ( again a filter or also a servelt ) can serve many actions, so I think that rely on that servlet configuration to use the getPart method (only for Servlet API >= 3.0), I don't know, I don't like.

In general, I prefer independent solutions, able to live alone, and in this case http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-fileupload/ is one of that.

List<FileItem> multiparts = new ServletFileUpload(new DiskFileItemFactory()).parseRequest(request);
    for (FileItem item : multiparts) {
        if (!item.isFormField()) {
            //your operations on file
        } else {
            String name = item.getFieldName();
            String value = item.getString();
            //you operations on paramters
        }
}

Maximum concurrent Socket.IO connections

This article may help you along the way: http://drewww.github.io/socket.io-benchmarking/

I wondered the same question, so I ended up writing a small test (using XHR-polling) to see when the connections started to fail (or fall behind). I found (in my case) that the sockets started acting up at around 1400-1800 concurrent connections.

This is a short gist I made, similar to the test I used: https://gist.github.com/jmyrland/5535279

Flask - Calling python function on button OnClick event

index.html (index.html should be in templates folder)

<!doctype html>
<html>

<head>
    <title>The jQuery Example</title>

    <h2>jQuery-AJAX in FLASK. Execute function on button click</h2>  

    <script type="text/javascript" src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.3/jquery.min.js"> </script>
    <script type=text/javascript> $(function() { $("#mybutton").click(function (event) { $.getJSON('/SomeFunction', { },
    function(data) { }); return false; }); }); </script> 
</head>

<body>        
        <input type = "button" id = "mybutton" value = "Click Here" />
</body>    

</html>

test.py

from flask import Flask, jsonify, render_template, request
app = Flask(__name__)


@app.route('/')
def index():
    return render_template('index.html')

@app.route('/SomeFunction')
def SomeFunction():
    print('In SomeFunction')
    return "Nothing"



if __name__ == '__main__':
   app.run()

Initialize a byte array to a certain value, other than the default null?

var array = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(new string(' ', 100));

Change tab bar tint color on iOS 7

Try the below:

[[UITabBar appearance] setTintColor:[UIColor redColor]];
[[UITabBar appearance] setBarTintColor:[UIColor yellowColor]];

To tint the non active buttons, put the below code in your VC's viewDidLoad:

UITabBarItem *tabBarItem = [yourTabBarController.tabBar.items objectAtIndex:0];

UIImage *unselectedImage = [UIImage imageNamed:@"icon-unselected"];
UIImage *selectedImage = [UIImage imageNamed:@"icon-selected"];

[tabBarItem setImage: [unselectedImage imageWithRenderingMode:UIImageRenderingModeAlwaysOriginal]];
[tabBarItem setSelectedImage: selectedImage];

You need to do this for all the tabBarItems, and yes I know it is ugly and hope there will be cleaner way to do this.

Swift:

UITabBar.appearance().tintColor = UIColor.red

tabBarItem.image = UIImage(named: "unselected")?.withRenderingMode(.alwaysOriginal)
tabBarItem.selectedImage = UIImage(named: "selected")?.withRenderingMode(.alwaysOriginal)

Set left margin for a paragraph in html

<p style="margin-left:5em;">Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut lacinia vestibulum quam sit amet aliquet. Phasellus tempor nisi eget tellus venenatis tempus. Aliquam dapibus porttitor convallis. Praesent pretium luctus orci, quis ullamcorper lacus lacinia a. Integer eget molestie purus. Vestibulum porta mollis tempus. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. </p>

That'll do it, there's a few improvements obviously, but that's the basics. And I use 'em' as the measurement, you may want to use other units, like 'px'.

EDIT: What they're describing above is a way of associating groups of styles, or classes, with elements on a web page. You can implement that in a few ways, here's one which may suit you:

In your HTML page, containing the <p> tagged content from your DB add in a new 'style' node and wrap the styles you want to declare in a class like so:

<head>
  <style type="text/css">
    p { margin-left:5em; /* Or another measurement unit, like px */ }
  </style>
</head>
<body>
  <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut lacinia vestibulum quam sit amet aliquet.</p>
</body>

So above, all <p> elements in your document will have that style rule applied. Perhaps you are pumping your paragraph content into a container of some sort? Try this:

<head>
  <style type="text/css">
    .container p { margin-left:5em; /* Or another measurement unit, like px */ }
  </style>
</head>
<body>
  <div class="container">
    <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut lacinia vestibulum quam sit amet aliquet.</p>
  </div>
  <p>Vestibulum porta mollis tempus. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra.</p>
</body>

In the example above, only the <p> element inside the div, whose class name is 'container', will have the styles applied - and not the <p> element outside the container.

In addition to the above, you can collect your styles together and remove the style element from the <head> tag, replacing it with a <link> tag, which points to an external CSS file. This external file is where you'd now put your <p> tag styles. This concept is known as 'seperating content from style' and is considered good practice, and is also an extendible way to create styles, and can help with low maintenance.

How to select data of a table from another database in SQL Server?

Using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio you can create Linked Server. First make connection to current (local) server, then go to Server Objects > Linked Servers > context menu > New Linked Server. In window New Linked Server you have to specify desired server name for remote server, real server name or IP address (Data Source) and credentials (Security page).

And further you can select data from linked server:

select * from [linked_server_name].[database].[schema].[table]

How to count no of lines in text file and store the value into a variable using batch script?

@Tony: You can even get rid of the type %file% command.

for /f "tokens=2 delims=:" %%a in ('find /c /v "" %_file%') do set /a _Lines=%%a

For long files this should be even quicker.

Chart.js canvas resize

I had the same kind of scaling issue's using Angular CLI. Was able to get it working by removing this line from the index.html:

<script src="node_modules/chart.js/dist/Chart.bundle.min.js"></script>

and then in the angular-cli.json file, in the scripts section, using this:

"scripts": ["../node_modules/chart.js/dist/Chart.bundle.min.js"]

Source: mikebarr58

URL encoding in Android

I'm going to add one suggestion here. You can do this which avoids having to get any external libraries.

Give this a try:

String urlStr = "http://abc.dev.domain.com/0007AC/ads/800x480 15sec h.264.mp4";
URL url = new URL(urlStr);
URI uri = new URI(url.getProtocol(), url.getUserInfo(), url.getHost(), url.getPort(), url.getPath(), url.getQuery(), url.getRef());
url = uri.toURL();

You can see that in this particular URL, I need to have those spaces encoded so that I can use it for a request.

This takes advantage of a couple features available to you in Android classes. First, the URL class can break a url into its proper components so there is no need for you to do any string search/replace work. Secondly, this approach takes advantage of the URI class feature of properly escaping components when you construct a URI via components rather than from a single string.

The beauty of this approach is that you can take any valid url string and have it work without needing any special knowledge of it yourself.

Using Java generics for JPA findAll() query with WHERE clause

you can also use a namedQuery named findAll for all your entities and call it in your generic FindAll with

entityManager.createNamedQuery(persistentClass.getSimpleName()+"findAll").getResultList();

Difference between List, List<?>, List<T>, List<E>, and List<Object>

You're right: String is a subset of Object. Since String is more "precise" than Object, you should cast it to use it as an argument for System.out.println().

Get string between two strings in a string

I think this works:

   static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        String text = "One=1,Two=2,ThreeFour=34";

        Console.WriteLine(betweenStrings(text, "One=", ",")); // 1
        Console.WriteLine(betweenStrings(text, "Two=", ",")); // 2
        Console.WriteLine(betweenStrings(text, "ThreeFour=", "")); // 34

        Console.ReadKey();

    }

    public static String betweenStrings(String text, String start, String end)
    {
        int p1 = text.IndexOf(start) + start.Length;
        int p2 = text.IndexOf(end, p1);

        if (end == "") return (text.Substring(p1));
        else return text.Substring(p1, p2 - p1);                      
    }

How do I create an average from a Ruby array?

Don't have ruby on this pc, but something to this extent should work:

values = [0,4,8,2,5,0,2,6]
total = 0.0
values.each do |val|
 total += val
end

average = total/values.size

How can I make a JUnit test wait?

If it is an absolute must to generate delay in a test CountDownLatch is a simple solution. In your test class declare:

private final CountDownLatch waiter = new CountDownLatch(1);

and in the test where needed:

waiter.await(1000 * 1000, TimeUnit.NANOSECONDS); // 1ms

Maybe unnecessary to say but keeping in mind that you should keep wait times small and not cumulate waits to too many places.

What's the proper way to install pip, virtualenv, and distribute for Python?

There is no problem to do sudo python setup.py install, if you're sure it's what you want to do.

The difference is that it will use the site-packages directory of your OS as a destination for .py files to be copied.

so, if you want pip to be accessible os wide, that's probably the way to go. I do not say that others way are bad, but this is probably fair enough.

Is there a way to override class variables in Java?

class Dad
{
    protected static String me = "dad";

    public void printMe()
    {
        System.out.println(me);
    }
}

class Son extends Dad
{
    protected static String _me = me = "son";
}

public void doIt()
{
    new Son().printMe();
}

... will print "son".

Difference between return 1, return 0, return -1 and exit?

return n from your main entry function will terminate your process and report to the parent process (the one that executed your process) the result of your process. 0 means SUCCESS. Other codes usually indicates a failure and its meaning.

Sorted array list in Java

Minimalistic Solution

Here is a "minimal" solution.

class SortedArrayList<T> extends ArrayList<T> {

    @SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
    public void insertSorted(T value) {
        add(value);
        Comparable<T> cmp = (Comparable<T>) value;
        for (int i = size()-1; i > 0 && cmp.compareTo(get(i-1)) < 0; i--)
            Collections.swap(this, i, i-1);
    }
}

The insert runs in linear time, but that would be what you would get using an ArrayList anyway (all elements to the right of the inserted element would have to be shifted one way or another).

Inserting something non-comparable results in a ClassCastException. (This is the approach taken by PriorityQueue as well: A priority queue relying on natural ordering also does not permit insertion of non-comparable objects (doing so may result in ClassCastException).)

Overriding List.add

Note that overriding List.add (or List.addAll for that matter) to insert elements in a sorted fashion would be a direct violation of the interface specification. What you could do, is to override this method to throw an UnsupportedOperationException.

From the docs of List.add:

boolean add(E e)
    Appends the specified element to the end of this list (optional operation).

Same reasoning applies for both versions of add, both versions of addAll and set. (All of which are optional operations according to the list interface.)


Some tests

SortedArrayList<String> test = new SortedArrayList<String>();

test.insertSorted("ddd");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("aaa");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("ccc");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("bbb");    System.out.println(test);
test.insertSorted("eee");    System.out.println(test);

....prints:

[ddd]
[aaa, ddd]
[aaa, ccc, ddd]
[aaa, bbb, ccc, ddd]
[aaa, bbb, ccc, ddd, eee]

Getting Textarea Value with jQuery

By using new version of jquery (1.8.2), I amend the current code like in this links http://jsfiddle.net/q5EXG/97/

By using the same code, I just change from jQuery to '$'

<a id="send-thoughts" href="">Click</a>
<textarea id="message"></textarea>

$('#send-thoughts').click(function()
{ var thought = $('#message').val();
  alert(thought);
});

Labels for radio buttons in rails form

Using true/false as the value will have the field pre-filled if the model passed to the form has this attribute already filled:

= f.radio_button(:public?, true)
= f.label(:public?, "yes", value: true)
= f.radio_button(:public?, false)
= f.label(:public?, "no", value: false)

not:first-child selector

You can use any selector with not

p:not(:first-child){}
p:not(:first-of-type){}
p:not(:checked){}
p:not(:last-child){}
p:not(:last-of-type){}
p:not(:first-of-type){}
p:not(:nth-last-of-type(2)){}
p:not(nth-last-child(2)){}
p:not(:nth-child(2)){}

How to convert string to string[]?

In case you are just a beginner and want to split a string into an array of letters but didn't know the right terminology for that is a char[];

String myString = "My String";
char[] characters = myString.ToCharArray();

If this is not what you were looking for, sorry for wasting your time :P

Execute a shell function with timeout

There's an inline alternative also launching a subprocess of bash shell:


timeout 10s bash <<EOT
function echoFooBar {
  echo foo
}

echoFooBar
sleep 20
EOT

How to align an input tag to the center without specifying the width?

you can put in a table cell and then align the cell content.

<table>
   <tr>
     <td align="center">
        <input type="button" value="Some Button">
     </td>
   </tr>
</table>

How to print the number of characters in each line of a text file

Here is example using xargs:

$ xargs -d '\n' -I% sh -c 'echo % | wc -c' < file

How to my "exe" from PyCharm project

You cannot directly save a Python file as an exe and expect it to work -- the computer cannot automatically understand whatever code you happened to type in a text file. Instead, you need to use another program to transform your Python code into an exe.

I recommend using a program like Pyinstaller. It essentially takes the Python interpreter and bundles it with your script to turn it into a standalone exe that can be run on arbitrary computers that don't have Python installed (typically Windows computers, since Linux tends to come pre-installed with Python).

To install it, you can either download it from the linked website or use the command:

pip install pyinstaller

...from the command line. Then, for the most part, you simply navigate to the folder containing your source code via the command line and run:

pyinstaller myscript.py

You can find more information about how to use Pyinstaller and customize the build process via the documentation.


You don't necessarily have to use Pyinstaller, though. Here's a comparison of different programs that can be used to turn your Python code into an executable.

How to: Create trigger for auto update modified date with SQL Server 2008

My approach:

  • define a default constraint on the ModDate column with a value of GETDATE() - this handles the INSERT case

  • have a AFTER UPDATE trigger to update the ModDate column

Something like:

CREATE TRIGGER trg_UpdateTimeEntry
ON dbo.TimeEntry
AFTER UPDATE
AS
    UPDATE dbo.TimeEntry
    SET ModDate = GETDATE()
    WHERE ID IN (SELECT DISTINCT ID FROM Inserted)

Pycharm/Python OpenCV and CV2 install error

python3.6 -m pip install opencv-python

will install cv2 in python3.6 branch

How can I rebuild indexes and update stats in MySQL innoDB?

Why? One almost never needs to update the statistics. Rebuilding an index is even more rarely needed.

OPTIMIZE TABLE tbl; will rebuild the indexes and do ANALYZE; it takes time.

ANALYZE TABLE tbl; is fast for InnoDB to rebuild the stats. With 5.6.6 it is even less needed.

How do I find the date a video (.AVI .MP4) was actually recorded?

There doesn't seem to be a well defined standard for video metadata (compared to photos and audio files, which have EXIF and ID3/etc. respectively)

Some tags exists like e.g. Title, Composer etc. You can see those if you select a movie file in Windows 7 (perhaps earlier versions also) explorer or right click and view properties. I have not found a tag for recording date unfortunately - the closest thing available is Year (integer) :-(

Programatically, you can read and write most of these tags in .NET using Taglib Sharp from the mono project. Source and binaries are available on the banshee FTP server. It has a pretty impressive list of formats it supports (but still, make sure you catch exceptions when trying to read or write tags - it will throw whenever it finds a file it cannot understand, something which happened to me several times for my modest collection of home recordings.)

To read tags:

using (var f = TagLib.File.Create(@"c:\Path\To\MyVideo.mp4"))
{
    if (f.Tag != null)
    {
        string title = f.Tag.Title;
        Size resolution = new Size(f.Properties.VideoWidth, f.Properties.VideoHeight);
        int year = f.Tag.Year;
        // etc.
    }
}

And similarly, to write metadata back to the file:

using (var f = TagLib.File.Create(@"c:\Path\To\MyVideo.mp4"))
{
    f.Tag.Title = "My Awesome Movie";
    f.Tag.Year = (uint)2011;
    f.Save();
}

SQL Server: Examples of PIVOTing String data

Remember that the MAX aggregate function will work on text as well as numbers. This query will only require the table to be scanned once.

SELECT Action,
       MAX( CASE data WHEN 'View' THEN data ELSE '' END ) ViewCol, 
       MAX( CASE data WHEN 'Edit' THEN data ELSE '' END ) EditCol
 FROM t
 GROUP BY Action

How to use `subprocess` command with pipes

Or you can always use the communicate method on the subprocess objects.

cmd = "ps -A|grep 'process_name'"
ps = subprocess.Popen(cmd,shell=True,stdout=subprocess.PIPE,stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)
output = ps.communicate()[0]
print(output)

The communicate method returns a tuple of the standard output and the standard error.

creating Hashmap from a JSON String

Don't do this yourself, I suggest.
Use a library, e.g. the Gson library from Google.

https://code.google.com/p/google-gson/

How do I disable Git Credential Manager for Windows?

I struck the same issue on Ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic Cuttlefish), unable to remove using any normal means. I used git config --global --unset credential.helper, and that seemed to do the trick.

Best Practices for mapping one object to another

I would opt for AutoMapper, an open source and free mapping library which allows to map one type into another, based on conventions (i.e. map public properties with the same names and same/derived/convertible types, along with many other smart ones). Very easy to use, will let you achieve something like this:

Model model = Mapper.Map<Model>(dto);

Not sure about your specific requirements, but AutoMapper also supports custom value resolvers, which should help you writing a single, generic implementation of your particular mapper.

C# delete a folder and all files and folders within that folder

The Directory.Delete method has a recursive boolean parameter, it should do what you need

spring autowiring with unique beans: Spring expected single matching bean but found 2

If I'm not mistaken, the default bean name of a bean declared with @Component is the name of its class its first letter in lower-case. This means that

@Component
public class SuggestionService {

declares a bean of type SuggestionService, and of name suggestionService. It's equivalent to

@Component("suggestionService")
public class SuggestionService {

or to

<bean id="suggestionService" .../>

You're redefining another bean of the same type, but with a different name, in the XML:

<bean id="SuggestionService" class="com.hp.it.km.search.web.suggestion.SuggestionService">
    ...
</bean>

So, either specify the name of the bean in the annotation to be SuggestionService, or use the ID suggestionService in the XML (don't forget to also modify the <ref> element, or to remove it, since it isn't needed). In this case, the XML definition will override the annotation definition.

Job for httpd.service failed because the control process exited with error code. See "systemctl status httpd.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details

Allow Apache Through the Firewall

Allow the default HTTP and HTTPS port, ports 80 and 443, through firewalld:

sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=80/tcp
sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=443/tcp

And reload the firewall:

sudo firewall-cmd --reload

What is the email subject length limit?

after some test: If you send an email to an outlook client, and the subject is >77 chars, and it needs to use "=?ISO" inside the subject (in my case because of accents) then OutLook will "cut" the subject in the middle of it and mesh it all that comes after, including body text, attaches, etc... all a mesh!

I have several examples like this one:

Subject: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Actas de la obra N=BA.20100154 (Expediente N=BA.20100182) "NUEVA RED FERROVIARIA.=

TRAMO=20BEASAIN=20OESTE(Pedido=20PC10/00123-125),=20BEASAIN".?=

To:

As you see, in the subject line it cutted on char 78 with a "=" followed by 2 or 3 line feeds, then continued with the rest of the subject baddly.

It was reported to me from several customers who all where using OutLook, other email clients deal with those subjects ok.

If you have no ISO on it, it doesn't hurt, but if you add it to your subject to be nice to RFC, then you get this surprise from OutLook. Bit if you don't add the ISOs, then iPhone email will not understand it(and attach files with names using such characters will not work on iPhones).

if...else within JSP or JSTL

<c:if test="${any_cond}" var="condition">
    //if part
</c:if>
<c:if test="${!condition}">
    //else part
</c:if>

How can I debug a HTTP POST in Chrome?

You can use Canary version of Chrome to see request payload of POST requests.

Request payload

How to set downloading file name in ASP.NET Web API

If you are using ASP.NET Core MVC, the answers above are ever so slightly altered...

In my action method (which returns async Task<JsonResult>) I add the line (anywhere before the return statement):

Response.Headers.Add("Content-Disposition", $"attachment; filename={myFileName}");

How to assign execute permission to a .sh file in windows to be executed in linux

This is possible using the Info-Zip open-source Zip utilities. If unzip is run with the -X parameter, it will attempt to preserve the original permissions. If the source filesystem was NTFS and the destination is a Unix one, it will attempt to translate from one to the other. I do not have a Windows system available right now to test the translation, so you will have to experiment with which group needs to be awarded execute permissions. It'll be something like "Users" or "Any user"

Simple line plots using seaborn

Since seaborn also uses matplotlib to do its plotting you can easily combine the two. If you only want to adopt the styling of seaborn the set_style function should get you started:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import seaborn as sns

sns.set_style("darkgrid")
plt.plot(np.cumsum(np.random.randn(1000,1)))
plt.show()

Result:

enter image description here

Adding the "Clear" Button to an iPhone UITextField

Swift 4+:

textField.clearButtonMode = UITextField.ViewMode.whileEditing

or even shorter:

textField.clearButtonMode = .whileEditing

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

nVarchar2 is a Unicode-only storage.

Though both data types are variable length String datatypes, you can notice the difference in how they store values. Each character is stored in bytes. As we know, not all languages have alphabets with same length, eg, English alphabet needs 1 byte per character, however, languages like Japanese or Chinese need more than 1 byte for storing a character.

When you specify varchar2(10), you are telling the DB that only 10 bytes of data will be stored. But, when you say nVarchar2(10), it means 10 characters will be stored. In this case, you don't have to worry about the number of bytes each character takes.

angular js unknown provider

Since this question is top google result, I will add another possible thing to the list.

If the module that you're using has a failure on the dependency injection wrapper, it will provide this same result. For example copy & paste modules from the internet may rely on underscore.js and attempt to inject with '_' in the di wrapper. If underscore doesn't exist in your project dependency providers, when your controller attempts to reference your module's factory, it will get 'unknown provider' for your factory in the browser's console log.

How to unzip a file in Powershell?

For those, who want to use Shell.Application.Namespace.Folder.CopyHere() and want to hide progress bars while copying, or use more options, the documentation is here:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/shell/folder-copyhere

To use powershell and hide progress bars and disable confirmations you can use code like this:

# We should create folder before using it for shell operations as it is required
New-Item -ItemType directory -Path "C:\destinationDir" -Force

$shell = New-Object -ComObject Shell.Application
$zip = $shell.Namespace("C:\archive.zip")
$items = $zip.items()
$shell.Namespace("C:\destinationDir").CopyHere($items, 1556)

Limitations of use of Shell.Application on windows core versions:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/server-core/what-is-server-core

On windows core versions, by default the Microsoft-Windows-Server-Shell-Package is not installed, so shell.applicaton will not work.

note: Extracting archives this way will take a long time and can slow down windows gui

How to pass ArrayList<CustomeObject> from one activity to another?

You can pass an ArrayList<E> the same way, if the E type is Serializable.

You would call the putExtra (String name, Serializable value) of Intent to store, and getSerializableExtra (String name) for retrieval.

Example:

ArrayList<String> myList = new ArrayList<String>();
intent.putExtra("mylist", myList);

In the other Activity:

ArrayList<String> myList = (ArrayList<String>) getIntent().getSerializableExtra("mylist");

Adjust width of input field to its input

In modern browser versions, CSS unit ch is also available. To my understanding, it is font-independent unit, where 1ch equals to width of character 0 (zero) in any given font.

Thus, something as simple as following could be used as resize function:

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var input = document.querySelector('input'); // get the input element_x000D_
input.addEventListener('input', resizeInput); // bind the "resizeInput" callback on "input" event_x000D_
resizeInput.call(input); // immediately call the function_x000D_
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function resizeInput() {_x000D_
  this.style.width = this.value.length + "ch";_x000D_
}
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input{ font-size:1.3em; padding:.5em; }
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<input>
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That example would resize "elem" to length of the value + 2 characters extra.

How to clear APC cache entries?

As defined in APC Document:

To clear the cache run:

php -r 'function_exists("apc_clear_cache") ? apc_clear_cache() : null;'

Remove ':hover' CSS behavior from element

I would use two classes. Keep your test class and add a second class called testhover which you only add to those you want to hover - alongside the test class. This isn't directly what you asked but without more context it feels like the best solution and is possibly the cleanest and simplest way of doing it.

Example:

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.test {  border: 0px; }_x000D_
.testhover:hover {  border: 1px solid red; }
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<div class="test"> blah </div>_x000D_
<div class="test"> blah </div>_x000D_
<div class="test testhover"> blah </div>
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Convert/cast an stdClass object to another class

To move all existing properties of a stdClass to a new object of a specified class name:

/**
 * recast stdClass object to an object with type
 *
 * @param string $className
 * @param stdClass $object
 * @throws InvalidArgumentException
 * @return mixed new, typed object
 */
function recast($className, stdClass &$object)
{
    if (!class_exists($className))
        throw new InvalidArgumentException(sprintf('Inexistant class %s.', $className));

    $new = new $className();

    foreach($object as $property => &$value)
    {
        $new->$property = &$value;
        unset($object->$property);
    }
    unset($value);
    $object = (unset) $object;
    return $new;
}

Usage:

$array = array('h','n');

$obj=new stdClass;
$obj->action='auth';
$obj->params= &$array;
$obj->authKey=md5('i');

class RestQuery{
    public $action;
    public $params=array();
    public $authKey='';
}

$restQuery = recast('RestQuery', $obj);

var_dump($restQuery, $obj);

Output:

object(RestQuery)#2 (3) {
  ["action"]=>
  string(4) "auth"
  ["params"]=>
  &array(2) {
    [0]=>
    string(1) "h"
    [1]=>
    string(1) "n"
  }
  ["authKey"]=>
  string(32) "865c0c0b4ab0e063e5caa3387c1a8741"
}
NULL

This is limited because of the new operator as it is unknown which parameters it would need. For your case probably fitting.

Forbidden :You don't have permission to access /phpmyadmin on this server

To allow from all:

#Require ip 127.0.0.1
#Require ip ::1
Require all granted

Convert a Unix timestamp to time in JavaScript

Using Moment.js, you can get time and date like this:

var dateTimeString = moment(1439198499).format("DD-MM-YYYY HH:mm:ss");

And you can get only time using this:

var timeString = moment(1439198499).format("HH:mm:ss");

JQuery or JavaScript: How determine if shift key being pressed while clicking anchor tag hyperlink?

Here is the key code for each key stroke in JavaScript. You can use that and detect if the user has pressed the Shift key.

backspace           8
tab                 9
enter               13
shift               16
ctrl                17
alt                 18
pause/break         19
caps lock           20
escape              27
page up             33
page down           34
end                 35
home                36
left arrow          37
up arrow            38
right arrow         39
down arrow          40
insert              45
delete              46
0                   48
1                   49
2                   50
3                   51
4                   52
5                   53
6                   54
7                   55
8                   56
9                   57
a                   65
b                   66
c                   67
d                   68
e                   69
f                   70
g                   71
h                   72
i                   73
j                   74
k                   75
l                   76
m                   77
n                   78
o                   79
p                   80
q                   81
r                   82
s                   83
t                   84
u                   85
v                   86
w                   87
x                   88
y                   89
z                   90
left window key     91
right window key    92
select key          93
numpad 0            96
numpad 1            97
numpad 2            98
numpad 3            99
numpad 4            100
numpad 5            101
numpad 6            102
numpad 7            103
numpad 8            104
numpad 9            105
multiply            106
add                 107
subtract            109
decimal point       110
divide              111
f1                  112
f2                  113
f3                  114
f4                  115
f5                  116
f6                  117
f7                  118
f8                  119
f9                  120
f10                 121
f11                 122
f12                 123
num lock            144
scroll lock         145
semi-colon          186
equal sign          187
comma               188
dash                189
period              190
forward slash       191
grave accent        192
open bracket        219
back slash          220
close braket        221
single quote        222

Not all browsers handle the keypress event well, so use either the key up or the key down event, like this:

$(document).keydown(function (e) {
    if (e.keyCode == 16) {
        alert(e.which + " or Shift was pressed");
    }
});

MySQL Select last 7 days

Since you are using an INNER JOIN you can just put the conditions in the WHERE clause, like this:

SELECT 
    p1.kArtikel, 
    p1.cName, 
    p1.cKurzBeschreibung, 
    p1.dLetzteAktualisierung, 
    p1.dErstellt, 
    p1.cSeo,
    p2.kartikelpict,
    p2.nNr,
    p2.cPfad  
FROM 
    tartikel AS p1 INNER JOIN tartikelpict AS p2 
    ON p1.kArtikel = p2.kArtikel
WHERE
  DATE(dErstellt) > (NOW() - INTERVAL 7 DAY)
  AND p2.nNr = 1
ORDER BY 
  p1.kArtikel DESC
LIMIT
    100;

shell init issue when click tab, what's wrong with getcwd?

This usually occurs when your current directory does not exist anymore. Most likely, from another terminal you remove that directory (from within a script or whatever). To get rid of this, in case your current directory was recreated in the meantime, just cd to another (existing) directory and then cd back; the simplest would be: cd; cd -.

Free Online Team Foundation Server

VSO is now Azure DevOps https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vso

Recently Microsoft Visual Studio Online (VSO) is now Azure DevOps

How to document a method with parameter(s)?

python doc strings are free-form, you can document it in any way you like.

Examples:

def mymethod(self, foo, bars):
    """
    Does neat stuff!
    Parameters:
      foo - a foo of type FooType to bar with.
      bars - The list of bars
    """

Now, there are some conventions, but python doesn't enforce any of them. Some projects have their own conventions. Some tools to work with docstrings also follow specific conventions.

How to commit a change with both "message" and "description" from the command line?

git commit -a -m "Your commit message here"

will quickly commit all changes with the commit message. Git commit "title" and "description" (as you call them) are nothing more than just the first line, and the rest of the lines in the commit message, usually separated by a blank line, by convention. So using this command will just commit the "title" and no description.

If you want to commit a longer message, you can do that, but it depends on which shell you use.

In bash the quick way would be:

git commit -a -m $'Commit title\n\nRest of commit message...'

XAMPP installation on Win 8.1 with UAC Warning

I have faced the same issue when I tried to install xampp on windows 8.1. The problem in my system was there was no password for the current logged in user account. After creating the password then I tried to install xampp. It installed without any issue. Hope it helps someone in the feature.

What MySQL data type should be used for Latitude/Longitude with 8 decimal places?

MySQL now has support for spatial data types since this question was asked. So the the current accepted answer is not wrong, but if you're looking for additional functionality like finding all points within a given polygon then use POINT data type.

Checkout the Mysql Docs on Geospatial data types and the spatial analysis functions

NullPointerException in Java with no StackTrace

(Your question is still unclear on whether your code is calling printStackTrace() or this is being done by a logging handler.)

Here are some possible explanations about what might be happening:

  • The logger / handler being used has been configured to only output the exception's message string, not a full stack trace.

  • Your application (or some third-party library) is logging the exception using LOG.error(ex); rather than the 2-argument form of (for example) the log4j Logger method.

  • The message is coming from somewhere different to where you think it is; e.g. it is actually coming some third-party library method, or some random stuff left over from earlier attempts to debug.

  • The exception that is being logged has overloaded some methods to obscure the stacktrace. If that is the case, the exception won't be a genuine NullPointerException, but will be some custom subtype of NPE or even some unconnected exception.

I think that the last possible explanation is pretty unlikely, but people do at least contemplate doing this kind of thing to "prevent" reverse engineering. Of course it only really succeeds in making life difficult for honest developers.

How to dump a dict to a json file?

d = {"name":"interpolator",
     "children":[{'name':key,"size":value} for key,value in sample.items()]}
json_string = json.dumps(d)

Of course, it's unlikely that the order will be exactly preserved ... But that's just the nature of dictionaries ...

How do I access nested HashMaps in Java?

You can get the nested value by repeating .get(), but with deeply nested maps you have to do a lot of casting into Map. An easier way is to use a generic method for getting a nested value.

Implementation

public static <T> T getNestedValue(Map map, String... keys) {
    Object value = map;

    for (String key : keys) {
        value = ((Map) value).get(key);
    }

    return (T) value;
}

Usage

// Map contents with string and even a list:
{
  "data": {
    "vehicles": {
      "list": [
        {
          "registration": {
            "owner": {
              "id": "3643619"
            }
          }
        }
      ]
    }
  }
}
List<Map> list = getNestedValue(mapContents, "data", "vehicles", "list");
Map first = list.get(0);
String id = getNestedValue(first, "registration", "owner", "id");

Can I get Unix's pthread.h to compile in Windows?

pthread.h isn't on Windows. But Windows has extensive threading functionality, beginning with CreateThread.

My advice is don't get caught looking at WinAPI through the lens of another system's API. These systems are different. It's like insisting on riding the Win32 bike with your comfortable Linux bike seat. Well, the seat might not fit right and in some cases it'll just fall off.

Threads pretty much work the same on different systems, you have ThreadPools and mutexes. Having worked with both pthreads and Windows threads, I can say the Windows threading offers quite a bit more functionality than pthread does.

Learning another API is pretty easy, just think in terms of the concepts (mutex, etc), then look up how to create one of those on MSDN.

Select arrow style change

It's working in all browser:

select {
    width: 268px;
    padding: 5px;
    font-size: 16px;
    line-height: 1;
    border: 0;
    border-radius: 5px;
    height: 34px;
    background: url(http://cdn1.iconfinder.com/data/icons/cc_mono_icon_set/blacks/16x16/br_down.png) no-repeat right #ddd;
    appearance:none;
    -moz-appearance:none; /* Firefox */
    -webkit-appearance:none; /* Safari and Chrome */
    background-position-x: 244px;

}

Changing the row height of a datagridview

You can set the row height by code

dataGridView.RowTemplate.Height = 35;

or by property panel

enter image description here

Chaining Observables in RxJS

About promise composition vs. Rxjs, as this is a frequently asked question, you can refer to a number of previously asked questions on SO, among which :

Basically, flatMap is the equivalent of Promise.then.

For your second question, do you want to replay values already emitted, or do you want to process new values as they arrive? In the first case, check the publishReplay operator. In the second case, standard subscription is enough. However you might need to be aware of the cold. vs. hot dichotomy depending on your source (cf. Hot and Cold observables : are there 'hot' and 'cold' operators? for an illustrated explanation of the concept)

Redirect stderr and stdout in Bash

The following functions can be used to automate the process of toggling outputs beetwen stdout/stderr and a logfile.

#!/bin/bash

    #set -x

    # global vars
    OUTPUTS_REDIRECTED="false"
    LOGFILE=/dev/stdout

    # "private" function used by redirect_outputs_to_logfile()
    function save_standard_outputs {
        if [ "$OUTPUTS_REDIRECTED" == "true" ]; then
            echo "[ERROR]: ${FUNCNAME[0]}: Cannot save standard outputs because they have been redirected before"
            exit 1;
        fi
        exec 3>&1
        exec 4>&2

        trap restore_standard_outputs EXIT
    }

    # Params: $1 => logfile to write to
    function redirect_outputs_to_logfile {
        if [ "$OUTPUTS_REDIRECTED" == "true" ]; then
            echo "[ERROR]: ${FUNCNAME[0]}: Cannot redirect standard outputs because they have been redirected before"
            exit 1;
        fi
        LOGFILE=$1
        if [ -z "$LOGFILE" ]; then
            echo "[ERROR]: ${FUNCNAME[0]}: logfile empty [$LOGFILE]"

        fi
        if [ ! -f $LOGFILE ]; then
            touch $LOGFILE
        fi
        if [ ! -f $LOGFILE ]; then
            echo "[ERROR]: ${FUNCNAME[0]}: creating logfile [$LOGFILE]"
            exit 1
        fi

        save_standard_outputs

        exec 1>>${LOGFILE%.log}.log
        exec 2>&1
        OUTPUTS_REDIRECTED="true"
    }

    # "private" function used by save_standard_outputs() 
    function restore_standard_outputs {
        if [ "$OUTPUTS_REDIRECTED" == "false" ]; then
            echo "[ERROR]: ${FUNCNAME[0]}: Cannot restore standard outputs because they have NOT been redirected"
            exit 1;
        fi
        exec 1>&-   #closes FD 1 (logfile)
        exec 2>&-   #closes FD 2 (logfile)
        exec 2>&4   #restore stderr
        exec 1>&3   #restore stdout

        OUTPUTS_REDIRECTED="false"
    }

Example of usage inside script:

echo "this goes to stdout"
redirect_outputs_to_logfile /tmp/one.log
echo "this goes to logfile"
restore_standard_outputs 
echo "this goes to stdout"

How to debug in Android Studio using adb over WiFi

I'm using AS 3.2.1, and was about to try some of the plugins, but was hesitant realizing the plugins are able to monitor any data..

It's actually really simple doing it via the Terminal tab in AS:

  1. Turn on debugging over WiFi in your phone
    • Go to developer options and turn on "ADB over network"
    • You'll see the exact address and port to use when connecting
  2. Go to the Terminal tab in Android Studio
  3. Type adb tcpip 5555
  4. Type your ip address as seen in developer options i.e. adb connect 192.168.1.101
  5. Now you'll see your device in AS "Select deployment target" dialog

How to find out if a Python object is a string?

In order to check if your variable is something you could go like:

s='Hello World'
if isinstance(s,str):
#do something here,

The output of isistance will give you a boolean True or False value so you can adjust accordingly. You can check the expected acronym of your value by initially using: type(s) This will return you type 'str' so you can use it in the isistance function.

Android 8: Cleartext HTTP traffic not permitted

I using Cordova 8 with cordova-plugin-whitelist 1.3.4 and it default configuration my app no access to internet and i only add a parameter in the manifest.xml -> android:usesCleartextTraffic="true"

The path of mainfest changed in Cordova 8: platform/android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml.

 <?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?>
    <manifest android:hardwareAccelerated="true" android:versionCode="10000" android:versionName="1.0.0" package="io.cordova.hellocordova" xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
        <supports-screens android:anyDensity="true" android:largeScreens="true" android:normalScreens="true" android:resizeable="true" android:smallScreens="true" android:xlargeScreens="true" />
        <application 
android:hardwareAccelerated="true" 
android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher" 
android:label="@string/app_name" 
android:supportsRtl="true" 
android:usesCleartextTraffic="true">
            <activity android:configChanges="orientation|keyboardHidden|keyboard|screenSize|locale|smallestScreenSize|screenLayout|uiMode" android:label="@string/activity_name" android:launchMode="singleTop" android:name="MainActivity" android:theme="@android:style/Theme.DeviceDefault.NoActionBar" android:windowSoftInputMode="adjustResize">
                <intent-filter android:label="@string/launcher_name">
                    <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
                    <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
                </intent-filter>
            </activity>
        </application>
        <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
        <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE" />
    </manifest>

this is a real stupid because it obvious that your app need access to internet....

How do I load an HTTP URL with App Transport Security enabled in iOS 9?

Compiling answers given by @adurdin and @User

Add followings to your info.plist & change localhost.com with your corresponding domain name, you can add multiple domains as well:

<key>NSAppTransportSecurity</key>
<dict>
    <key>NSAllowsArbitraryLoads</key>
    <true/>
    <key>NSExceptionDomains</key>
    <dict>
        <key>localhost.com</key>
        <dict>
            <key>NSIncludesSubdomains</key>
            <false/>
            <key>NSExceptionAllowsInsecureHTTPLoads</key>
            <false/>
            <key>NSExceptionRequiresForwardSecrecy</key>
            <true/>
            <key>NSExceptionMinimumTLSVersion</key>
            <string>TLSv1.2</string>
            <key>NSThirdPartyExceptionAllowsInsecureHTTPLoads</key>
            <false/>
            <key>NSThirdPartyExceptionRequiresForwardSecrecy</key>
            <true/>
            <key>NSThirdPartyExceptionMinimumTLSVersion</key>
            <string>TLSv1.2</string>
            <key>NSRequiresCertificateTransparency</key>
            <false/>
        </dict>
    </dict>
</dict>
</plist>

You info.plist must looks like this:

enter image description here

Show / hide div on click with CSS

Although a bit unstandard, a possible solution is to contain the content you want to show/hide inside the <a> so it can be reachable through CSS:

http://jsfiddle.net/Jdrdh/2/

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a .hidden {_x000D_
  visibility: hidden;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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a:visited .hidden {_x000D_
  visibility: visible;_x000D_
}
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<div id="container">_x000D_
  <a href="#">_x000D_
        A_x000D_
        <div class="hidden">hidden content</div>_x000D_
    </a>_x000D_
</div>
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Trim string in JavaScript?

Here's a very simple way:

function removeSpaces(string){
return string.split(' ').join('');
}

Please initialize the log4j system properly. While running web service

You have to create your own log4j.properties in the classpath folder.

Switch statement with returns -- code correctness

I think the *break*s are there for a purpose. It is to keep the 'ideology' of programming alive. If we are to just 'program' our code without logical coherence perhaps it would be readable to you now, but try tomorrow. Try explaining it to your boss. Try running it on Windows 3030.

Bleah, the idea is very simple:


Switch ( Algorithm )
{

 case 1:
 {
   Call_911;
   Jump;
 }**break**;
 case 2:
 {
   Call Samantha_28;
   Forget;
 }**break**;
 case 3:
 {
   Call it_a_day;
 }**break**;

Return thinkAboutIt?1:return 0;

void Samantha_28(int oBed)
{
   LONG way_from_right;
   SHORT Forget_is_my_job;
   LONG JMP_is_for_assembly;
   LONG assembly_I_work_for_cops;

   BOOL allOfTheAbove;

   int Elligence_says_anyways_thinkAboutIt_**break**_if_we_code_like_this_we_d_be_monkeys;

}
// Sometimes Programming is supposed to convey the meaning and the essence of the task at hand. It is // there to serve a purpose and to keep it alive. While you are not looking, your program is doing  // its thing. Do you trust it?
// This is how you can...
// ----------
// **Break**; Please, take a **Break**;

/* Just a minor question though. How much coffee have you had while reading the above? I.T. Breaks the system sometimes */

Git: Find the most recent common ancestor of two branches

With gitk you can view the two branches graphically:

gitk branch1 branch2

And then it's easy to find the common ancestor in the history of the two branches.

Remove all constraints affecting a UIView

Details

  • Xcode 10.2.1 (10E1001), Swift 5

Solution

import UIKit

extension UIView {

    func removeConstraints() { removeConstraints(constraints) }
    func deactivateAllConstraints() { NSLayoutConstraint.deactivate(getAllConstraints()) }
    func getAllSubviews() -> [UIView] { return UIView.getAllSubviews(view: self) }

    func getAllConstraints() -> [NSLayoutConstraint] {
        var subviewsConstraints = getAllSubviews().flatMap { $0.constraints }
        if let superview = self.superview {
            subviewsConstraints += superview.constraints.compactMap { (constraint) -> NSLayoutConstraint? in
                if let view = constraint.firstItem as? UIView, view == self { return constraint }
                return nil
            }
        }
        return subviewsConstraints + constraints
    }

    class func getAllSubviews(view: UIView) -> [UIView] {
        return view.subviews.flatMap { [$0] + getAllSubviews(view: $0) }
    }
}

Usage

print("constraints: \(view.getAllConstraints().count), subviews: \(view.getAllSubviews().count)")
view.deactivateAllConstraints()

JSP tricks to make templating easier?

As skaffman suggested, JSP 2.0 Tag Files are the bee's knees.

Let's take your simple example.

Put the following in WEB-INF/tags/wrapper.tag

<%@tag description="Simple Wrapper Tag" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<html><body>
  <jsp:doBody/>
</body></html>

Now in your example.jsp page:

<%@page contentType="text/html" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<%@taglib prefix="t" tagdir="/WEB-INF/tags" %>

<t:wrapper>
    <h1>Welcome</h1>
</t:wrapper>

That does exactly what you think it does.


So, lets expand upon that to something a bit more general. WEB-INF/tags/genericpage.tag

<%@tag description="Overall Page template" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<%@attribute name="header" fragment="true" %>
<%@attribute name="footer" fragment="true" %>
<html>
  <body>
    <div id="pageheader">
      <jsp:invoke fragment="header"/>
    </div>
    <div id="body">
      <jsp:doBody/>
    </div>
    <div id="pagefooter">
      <jsp:invoke fragment="footer"/>
    </div>
  </body>
</html>

To use this:

<%@page contentType="text/html" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<%@taglib prefix="t" tagdir="/WEB-INF/tags" %>

<t:genericpage>
    <jsp:attribute name="header">
      <h1>Welcome</h1>
    </jsp:attribute>
    <jsp:attribute name="footer">
      <p id="copyright">Copyright 1927, Future Bits When There Be Bits Inc.</p>
    </jsp:attribute>
    <jsp:body>
        <p>Hi I'm the heart of the message</p>
    </jsp:body>
</t:genericpage>

What does that buy you? A lot really, but it gets even better...


WEB-INF/tags/userpage.tag

<%@tag description="User Page template" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<%@taglib prefix="t" tagdir="/WEB-INF/tags" %>
<%@attribute name="userName" required="true"%>

<t:genericpage>
    <jsp:attribute name="header">
      <h1>Welcome ${userName}</h1>
    </jsp:attribute>
    <jsp:attribute name="footer">
      <p id="copyright">Copyright 1927, Future Bits When There Be Bits Inc.</p>
    </jsp:attribute>
    <jsp:body>
        <jsp:doBody/>
    </jsp:body>
</t:genericpage>

To use this: (assume we have a user variable in the request)

<%@page contentType="text/html" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<%@taglib prefix="t" tagdir="/WEB-INF/tags" %>

<t:userpage userName="${user.fullName}">
  <p>
    First Name: ${user.firstName} <br/>
    Last Name: ${user.lastName} <br/>
    Phone: ${user.phone}<br/>
  </p>
</t:userpage>

But it turns you like to use that user detail block in other places. So, we'll refactor it. WEB-INF/tags/userdetail.tag

<%@tag description="User Page template" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<%@tag import="com.example.User" %>
<%@attribute name="user" required="true" type="com.example.User"%>

First Name: ${user.firstName} <br/>
Last Name: ${user.lastName} <br/>
Phone: ${user.phone}<br/>

Now the previous example becomes:

<%@page contentType="text/html" pageEncoding="UTF-8"%>
<%@taglib prefix="t" tagdir="/WEB-INF/tags" %>

<t:userpage userName="${user.fullName}">
  <p>
    <t:userdetail user="${user}"/>
  </p>
</t:userpage>

The beauty of JSP Tag files is that it lets you basically tag generic markup and then refactor it to your heart's content.

JSP Tag Files have pretty much usurped things like Tiles etc., at least for me. I find them much easier to use as the only structure is what you give it, nothing preconceived. Plus you can use JSP tag files for other things (like the user detail fragment above).

Here's an example that is similar to DisplayTag that I've done, but this is all done with Tag Files (and the Stripes framework, that's the s: tags..). This results in a table of rows, alternating colors, page navigation, etc:

<t:table items="${actionBean.customerList}" var="obj" css_class="display">
  <t:col css_class="checkboxcol">
    <s:checkbox name="customerIds" value="${obj.customerId}"
                onclick="handleCheckboxRangeSelection(this, event);"/>
  </t:col>
  <t:col name="customerId" title="ID"/>
  <t:col name="firstName" title="First Name"/>
  <t:col name="lastName" title="Last Name"/>
  <t:col>
    <s:link href="/Customer.action" event="preEdit">
      Edit
      <s:param name="customer.customerId" value="${obj.customerId}"/>
      <s:param name="page" value="${actionBean.page}"/>
    </s:link>
  </t:col>
</t:table>

Of course the tags work with the JSTL tags (like c:if, etc.). The only thing you can't do within the body of a tag file tag is add Java scriptlet code, but this isn't as much of a limitation as you might think. If I need scriptlet stuff, I just put the logic in to a tag and drop the tag in. Easy.

So, tag files can be pretty much whatever you want them to be. At the most basic level, it's simple cut and paste refactoring. Grab a chunk of layout, cut it out, do some simple parameterization, and replace it with a tag invocation.

At a higher level, you can do sophisticated things like this table tag I have here.

java.lang.IllegalStateException: Fragment not attached to Activity

this happen when the fragment does not have a context ,thus the getActivity()method return null. check if you use the context before you get it,or if the Activity is not exist anymore . use context in fragment.onCreate and after api response usually case this problem

How do I view the full content of a text or varchar(MAX) column in SQL Server 2008 Management Studio?

I was able to get this to work...

SELECT CAST('<![CDATA[' + LargeTextColumn + ']]>' AS XML) FROM TableName;

Error message 'java.net.SocketException: socket failed: EACCES (Permission denied)'

Try with,

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET"/>

instead of,

<permission  android:name="android.permission.INTERNET"></permission>

Read response headers from API response - Angular 5 + TypeScript

Angular 7 Service:

    this.http.post(environment.urlRest + '/my-operation',body, { headers: headers, observe: 'response'});
    
Component:
    this.myService.myfunction().subscribe(
          (res: HttpResponse) => {
              console.log(res.headers.get('x-token'));
                }  ,
        error =>{
        }) 
    

Not equal to != and !== in PHP

!== should match the value and data type

!= just match the value ignoring the data type

$num = '1';
$num2 = 1;

$num == $num2; // returns true    
$num === $num2; // returns false because $num is a string and $num2 is an integer

Is there any way to show a countdown on the lockscreen of iphone?

Or you could figure out the exacting amount of hours and minutes and have that displayed by puttin it into the timer app that already exist in every iphone :)

How to delete multiple rows in SQL where id = (x to y)

Delete Id from table where Id in (select id from table)

Select element by exact match of its content

No, there's no jQuery (or CSS) selector that does that.

You can readily use filter:

$("p").filter(function() {
    return $(this).text() === "hello";
}).css("font-weight", "bold");

It's not a selector, but it does the job. :-)

If you want to handle whitespace before or after the "hello", you might throw a $.trim in there:

return $.trim($(this).text()) === "hello";

For the premature optimizers out there, if you don't care that it doesn't match <p><span>hello</span></p> and similar, you can avoid the calls to $ and text by using innerHTML directly:

return this.innerHTML === "hello";

...but you'd have to have a lot of paragraphs for it to matter, so many that you'd probably have other issues first. :-)

Best way to check for "empty or null value"

If there may be empty trailing spaces, probably there isn't better solution. COALESCE is just for problems like yours.

Set default heap size in Windows

Try setting a Windows System Environment variable called _JAVA_OPTIONS with the heap size you want. Java should be able to find it and act accordingly.

Get class name of object as string in Swift

Swift 5

 NSStringFromClass(CustomClass.self)

Node.js connect only works on localhost

After struggling with this issue for quite some time I managed to solve it by allowing incoming connections on port 8080.

Since you wrote that the .listen(8080, "0.0.0.0") solution didn't work for you, make sure the connections on port 8080 are allowed through your firewall.

This post helped me to create a new Inbound rule in windows firewall settings.

jQuery if div contains this text, replace that part of the text

If it's possible, you could wrap the word(s) you want to replace in a span tag, like so:

<div class="text_div">
    This div <span>contains</span> some text.
</div>

You can then easily change its contents with jQuery:

$('.text_div > span').text('hello everyone');

If you can't wrap it in a span tag, you could use regular expressions.

Count immediate child div elements using jQuery

I recommend using $('#foo').children().size() for better performance.

I've created a jsperf test to see the speed difference and the children() method beaten the child selector (#foo > div) approach by at least 60% in Chrome (canary build v15) 20-30% in Firefox (v4).

By the way, needless to say, these two approaches produce same results (in this case, 1000).

[Update] I've updated the test to include the size() vs length test, and they doesn't make much difference (result: length usage is slightly faster (2%) than size())

[Update] Due to the incorrect markup seen in the OP (before 'markup validated' update by me), both $("#foo > div").length & $('#foo').children().length resulted the same (jsfiddle). But for correct answer to get ONLY 'div' children, one SHOULD use child selector for correct & better performance

How to apply style classes to td classes?

A more definite way to target a td is table tr td { }

HTML5 form validation pattern alphanumeric with spaces?

Use below code for HTML5 validation pattern alphanumeric without / with space :-

for HTML5 validation pattern alphanumeric without space :- onkeypress="return event.charCode >= 48 && event.charCode <= 57 || event.charCode >= 97 && event.charCode <= 122 || event.charCode >= 65 && event.charCode <= 90"

for HTML5 validation pattern alphanumeric with space :-

onkeypress="return event.charCode >= 48 && event.charCode <= 57 || event.charCode >= 97 && event.charCode <= 122 || event.charCode >= 65 && event.charCode <= 90 || event.charCode == 32"

Assign an initial value to radio button as checked

You can just use:

<input type="radio" checked />

Using just the attribute checked without stating a value is the same as checked="checked".

preferredStatusBarStyle isn't called

Most of the answers don't include good implementation of childViewControllerForStatusBarStyle method for UINavigationController. According to my experience you should handle such cases as when transparent view controller is presented over navigation controller. In these cases you should pass control to your modal controller (visibleViewController), but not when it's disappearing.

override var childViewControllerForStatusBarStyle: UIViewController? {
  var childViewController = visibleViewController
  if let controller = childViewController, controller.isBeingDismissed {
    childViewController = topViewController
  }
  return childViewController?.childViewControllerForStatusBarStyle ?? childViewController
}

Your password does not satisfy the current policy requirements

The problem is that your password wont match the password validation rules. You can simple follow below steps to solve your problem.

You can simply see password validation configuration matrix by typing below code.

mysql-> SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'validate_password%';

Then in your matrix you can find below variables with corresponding values and in there you have to check validate_password_length , validate_password_number_count and validate_password_policy.

Check the values used for those variables. Make sure your validate_password_length should not be greater than 6. You can set that to 6 by using below code.

SET GLOBAL validate_password_length = 6;

And after that you need to set validate_password_number_count to 0. Do it by using below code.

SET GLOBAL validate_password_number_count = 0;

Finally you have to set you validate_password_policy to low. Having that as Medium or High wont allow your less secure passwords. Set that to low by below code.

SET GLOBAL validate_password_policy=LOW;

How to use sed to extract substring

sed 's/[^"]*"\([^"]*\).*/\1/'

does the job.

explanation of the part inside ' '

  • s - tells sed to substitute
  • / - start of regex string to search for
  • [^"]* - any character that is not ", any number of times. (matching parameter name=)
  • " - just a ".
  • ([^"]*) - anything inside () will be saved for reference to use later. The \ are there so the brackets are not considered as characters to search for. [^"]* means the same as above. (matching RemoteHost for example)
  • .* - any character, any number of times. (matching " access="readWrite"> /parameter)
  • / - end of the search regex, and start of the substitute string.
  • \1 - reference to that string we found in the brackets above.
  • / end of the substitute string.

basically s/search for this/replace with this/ but we're telling him to replace the whole line with just a piece of it we found earlier.

How do detect Android Tablets in general. Useragent?

Once I have detected Android in the user agent, this is how I differentiate between tablet and smartphone browsers (this is using Python, but is similarly simple for other programming languages):

if ("Android" in agent):
  if ("Mobile" in agent):
    deviceType = "Phone"
  else:
    deviceType = "Tablet"

UPDATED: to reflect use of Chrome on Android, as per comments below.

Setup a Git server with msysgit on Windows

There is a nice open source Git stack called Git Blit. It is available for different platform and in different packages. You can also easily deploy it to your existing Tomcat or any other servlet container. Take a look at Setup git server on windows in few clicks tutorial for more details, it will take you around 10 minutes to get basic setup.

MSOnline can't be imported on PowerShell (Connect-MsolService error)

The solution with copying 32-bit libs over to 64-bit did not work for me. What worked was unchecking Target Platform Prefer 32-bit check mark in project properties.

Embed HTML5 YouTube video without iframe?

Yes, but it depends on what you mean by 'embed'; as far as I can tell after reading through the docs, it seems like you have a couple of options if you want to get around using the iframe API. You can use the javascript and flash API's (https://developers.google.com/youtube/player_parameters) to embed a player, but that involves creating Flash objects in your code (something I personally avoid, but not necessarily something that you have to). Below are some helpful sections from the dev docs for the Youtube API.

If you really want to get around all these methods and include video without any sort of iframe, then your best bet might be creating an HTML5 video player/app that can connect to the Youtube Data API (https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/). I'm not sure what the extent of your needs are, but this would be the way to go if you really want to get around using any iframes or flash objects.

Hope this helps!


Useful:

(https://developers.google.com/youtube/player_parameters)

IFrame embeds using the IFrame Player API

Follow the IFrame Player API instructions to insert a video player in your web page or application after the Player API's JavaScript code has loaded. The second parameter in the constructor for the video player is an object that specifies player options. Within that object, the playerVars property identifies player parameters.

The HTML and JavaScript code below shows a simple example that inserts a YouTube player into the page element that has an id value of ytplayer. The onYouTubePlayerAPIReady() function specified here is called automatically when the IFrame Player API code has loaded. This code does not define any player parameters and also does not define other event handlers.

...

IFrame embeds using tags

Define an tag in your application in which the src URL specifies the content that the player will load as well as any other player parameters you want to set. The tag's height and width parameters specify the dimensions of the player.

If you are creating the element yourself (rather than using the IFrame Player API to create it), you can append player parameters directly to the end of the URL. The URL has the following format:

...

AS3 object embeds

Object embeds use an tag to specify the player's dimensions and parameters. The sample code below demonstrates how to use an object embed to load an AS3 player that automatically plays the same video as the previous two examples.

How do I find the length/number of items present for an array?

Do you mean how long is the array itself, or how many customerids are in it?

Because the answer to the first question is easy: 5 (or if you don't want to hard-code it, Ben Stott's answer).

But the answer to the other question cannot be automatically determined. Presumably you have allocated an array of length 5, but will initially have 0 customer IDs in there, and will put them in one at a time, and your question is, "how many customer IDs have I put into the array?"

C can't tell you this. You will need to keep a separate variable, int numCustIds (for example). Every time you put a customer ID into the array, increment that variable. Then you can tell how many you have put in.

IO Error: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection

I was having issues with this as well. I was using the jdbc connection string to connect to the database. The hostname was incorrectly configured in the string. I am using Mac, and the same string was being used on Windows machines without an issue. On my connection string, I had to make sure that I had the full url with the appending "organizationname.com" to the end of the hostname.

Hope this helps.

Javascript to check whether a checkbox is being checked or unchecked

You should be evaluating against the checked property of the checkbox element.

for (i=0; i<arrChecks.length; i++)
{
    var attribute = arrChecks[i].getAttribute("xid")
    if (attribute == elementName)
    {
        // if the current state is checked, unchecked and vice-versa
        if (arrChecks[i].checked)
        {
            arrChecks[i].checked = false;
        } else {
            arrChecks[i].checked = true;
        }

    } else {
        arrChecks[i].checked = false;
    }
}

how we add or remove readonly attribute from textbox on clicking radion button in cakephp using jquery?

You could use prop as well. Check the following code below.

$(document).ready(function(){

   $('.staff_on_site').click(function(){

     var rBtnVal = $(this).val();

     if(rBtnVal == "yes"){
         $("#no_of_staff").prop("readonly", false); 
     }
     else{ 
         $("#no_of_staff").prop("readonly", true); 
     }
   });
});

How to detect if CMD is running as Administrator/has elevated privileges?

Pretty much what others have put before, but as a one liner that can be put at the beginning of a batch command. (Well, usually after @echo off.)

net.exe session 1>NUL 2>NUL || (Echo This script requires elevated rights. & Exit /b 1)

javascript: get a function's variable's value within another function

nameContent only exists within the first() function, as you defined it within the first() function.

To make its scope broader, define it outside of the functions:

var nameContent;

function first(){
    nameContent=document.getElementById('full_name').value;
}

function second() {
    first();
    y=nameContent; alert(y);
}
second();

A slightly better approach would be to return the value, as global variables get messy very quickly:

function getFullName() {
  return document.getElementById('full_name').value;
}

function doStuff() {
  var name = getFullName();

  alert(name);
}

doStuff();

Checking if my Windows application is running

Checkout: What is a good pattern for using a Global Mutex in C#?

// unique id for global mutex - Global prefix means it is global to the machine
const string mutex_id = "Global\\{B1E7934A-F688-417f-8FCB-65C3985E9E27}";

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    using (var mutex = new Mutex(false, mutex_id))
    {
        // edited by Jeremy Wiebe to add example of setting up security for multi-user usage
        // edited by 'Marc' to work also on localized systems (don't use just "Everyone") 
        var allowEveryoneRule = new MutexAccessRule(new SecurityIdentifier(WellKnownSidType.WorldSid, null), MutexRights.FullControl, AccessControlType.Allow);
        var securitySettings = new MutexSecurity();
        securitySettings.AddAccessRule(allowEveryoneRule);
        mutex.SetAccessControl(securitySettings);

        //edited by acidzombie24
        var hasHandle = false;
        try
        {
            try
            {
                // note, you may want to time out here instead of waiting forever
                //edited by acidzombie24
                //mutex.WaitOne(Timeout.Infinite, false);
                hasHandle = mutex.WaitOne(5000, false);
                if (hasHandle == false) return;//another instance exist
            }
            catch (AbandonedMutexException)
            {
                // Log the fact the mutex was abandoned in another process, it will still get aquired
            }

            // Perform your work here.
        }
        finally
        {
            //edit by acidzombie24, added if statemnet
            if (hasHandle)
                mutex.ReleaseMutex();
        }
    }
}

jsonify a SQLAlchemy result set in Flask

I just want to add my method to do this.

just define a custome json encoder to serilize your db models.

class ParentEncoder(json.JSONEncoder):
    def default(self, obj):
        # convert object to a dict
        d = {}
        if isinstance(obj, Parent):
            return {"id": obj.id, "name": obj.name, 'children': list(obj.child)}
        if isinstance(obj, Child):
            return {"id": obj.id, "name": obj.name}

        d.update(obj.__dict__)
        return d

then in your view function

parents = Parent.query.all()
dat = json.dumps({"data": parents}, cls=ParentEncoder)
resp = Response(response=dat, status=200, mimetype="application/json")
return (resp)

it works well though the parent have relationships

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

Addition to Dan's Answer.

If there is an IP address instead of domain.

Change regex a bit. (Temporary solution for valid IPv4 and IPv6)

^https?://(?:[a-z0-9\-]+\.)+[a-z0-9]{2,6}(?:/[^/#?]+)+\.(?:jpg|gif|png)$

However this can be improved, for IPv4 and IPv6 to validate subnet range(s).

Find and replace with sed in directory and sub directories

For larger s&r tasks it's better and faster to use grep and xargs, so, for example;

grep -rl 'apples' /dir_to_search_under | xargs sed -i 's/apples/oranges/g'

Best Way to View Generated Source of Webpage?

I think IE dev tools (F12) has; View > Source > DOM (Page)

You would need to copy and paste the DOM and save it to send to the validator.

error C4996: 'scanf': This function or variable may be unsafe in c programming

It sounds like it's just a compiler warning.

Usage of scanf_s prevents possible buffer overflow.
See: http://code.wikia.com/wiki/Scanf_s

Good explanation as to why scanf can be dangerous: Disadvantages of scanf

So as suggested, you can try replacing scanf with scanf_s or disable the compiler warning.

Create a list from two object lists with linq

public void Linq95()
{
    List<Customer> customers = GetCustomerList();
    List<Product> products = GetProductList();

    var customerNames =
        from c in customers
        select c.CompanyName;
    var productNames =
        from p in products
        select p.ProductName;

    var allNames = customerNames.Concat(productNames);

    Console.WriteLine("Customer and product names:");
    foreach (var n in allNames)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(n);
    }
}

Regex to extract URLs from href attribute in HTML with Python

The best answer is...

Don't use a regex

The expression in the accepted answer misses many cases. Among other things, URLs can have unicode characters in them. The regex you want is here, and after looking at it, you may conclude that you don't really want it after all. The most correct version is ten-thousand characters long.

Admittedly, if you were starting with plain, unstructured text with a bunch of URLs in it, then you might need that ten-thousand-character-long regex. But if your input is structured, use the structure. Your stated aim is to "extract the url, inside the anchor tag's href." Why use a ten-thousand-character-long regex when you can do something much simpler?

Parse the HTML instead

For many tasks, using Beautiful Soup will be far faster and easier to use:

>>> from bs4 import BeautifulSoup as Soup
>>> html = Soup(s, 'html.parser')           # Soup(s, 'lxml') if lxml is installed
>>> [a['href'] for a in html.find_all('a')]
['http://example.com', 'http://example2.com']

If you prefer not to use external tools, you can also directly use Python's own built-in HTML parsing library. Here's a really simple subclass of HTMLParser that does exactly what you want:

from html.parser import HTMLParser

class MyParser(HTMLParser):
    def __init__(self, output_list=None):
        HTMLParser.__init__(self)
        if output_list is None:
            self.output_list = []
        else:
            self.output_list = output_list
    def handle_starttag(self, tag, attrs):
        if tag == 'a':
            self.output_list.append(dict(attrs).get('href'))

Test:

>>> p = MyParser()
>>> p.feed(s)
>>> p.output_list
['http://example.com', 'http://example2.com']

You could even create a new method that accepts a string, calls feed, and returns output_list. This is a vastly more powerful and extensible way than regular expressions to extract information from html.

Getting rid of \n when using .readlines()

from string import rstrip

with open('bvc.txt') as f:
    alist = map(rstrip, f)

Nota Bene: rstrip() removes the whitespaces, that is to say : \f , \n , \r , \t , \v , \x and blank ,
but I suppose you're only interested to keep the significant characters in the lines. Then, mere map(strip, f) will fit better, removing the heading whitespaces too.


If you really want to eliminate only the NL \n and RF \r symbols, do:

with open('bvc.txt') as f:
    alist = f.read().splitlines()

splitlines() without argument passed doesn't keep the NL and RF symbols (Windows records the files with NLRF at the end of lines, at least on my machine) but keeps the other whitespaces, notably the blanks and tabs.

.

with open('bvc.txt') as f:
    alist = f.read().splitlines(True)

has the same effect as

with open('bvc.txt') as f:
    alist = f.readlines()

that is to say the NL and RF are kept

Spring MVC 4: "application/json" Content Type is not being set correctly

First thing to understand is that the RequestMapping#produces() element in

@RequestMapping(value = "/json", method = RequestMethod.GET, produces = "application/json")

serves only to restrict the mapping for your request handlers. It does nothing else.

Then, given that your method has a return type of String and is annotated with @ResponseBody, the return value will be handled by StringHttpMessageConverter which sets the Content-type header to text/plain. If you want to return a JSON string yourself and set the header to application/json, use a return type of ResponseEntity (get rid of @ResponseBody) and add appropriate headers to it.

@RequestMapping(value = "/json", method = RequestMethod.GET, produces = "application/json")
public ResponseEntity<String> bar() {
    final HttpHeaders httpHeaders= new HttpHeaders();
    httpHeaders.setContentType(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON);
    return new ResponseEntity<String>("{\"test\": \"jsonResponseExample\"}", httpHeaders, HttpStatus.OK);
}

Note that you should probably have

<mvc:annotation-driven /> 

in your servlet context configuration to set up your MVC configuration with the most suitable defaults.

Multiline TextView in Android?

for me non of the solutions did not work. I know it is not a complete answer for this question, but sometimes it can help.

I put 4 textviews in a vertical linearlayout.

<Linearlayout
    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:orientation:"vertical"

    ...>
    <TextView
       android:layout_width="wrap_content"
       android:layout_height="wrap_content"
       android:text:"line1"
       .../>
    <TextView
       android:layout_width="wrap_content"
       android:layout_height="wrap_content"
       android:text:"line2"
       .../>
    <TextView
       android:layout_width="wrap_content"
       android:layout_height="wrap_content"
       android:text:"line3"
       .../>
    <TextView
       android:layout_width="wrap_content"
       android:layout_height="wrap_content"
       android:text:"line4"
       .../>
</LinearLayout>

This solution is good for cases that the text view text is constant, like labels.

Bootstrap modal: close current, open new

I know this is a late answer, but it might be useful. Here's a proper and clean way to get this done, as @karima's mentioned above. You can actually fire two functions at once; trigger and dismiss the modal.

HTML Markup;

<!-- Button trigger modal -->
<ANY data-toggle="modal" data-target="TARGET">...</ANY>

<div class="modal fade" id="SELECTOR" tabindex="-1">
  <div class="modal-dialog">
   <div class="modal-content">
    <div class="modal-body"> ... </div>
     <div class="modal-footer">           <!-- ? -->  <!--      ?      -->
      <ANY data-toggle="modal" data-target="TARGET-2" data-dismiss="modal">...</ANY>
     </div>
   </div>
  </div>
</div>

Demo

How to correct "TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable" in recursive function?

What is a when you call Ancestors('A',a)? If a['A'] is None, or if a['A'][0] is None, you'd receive that exception.

jQuery - Fancybox: But I don't want scrollbars!

Edit line 197 and 198 of jquery.fancybox.css:

.fancybox-lock .fancybox-overlay {
    overflow: auto;
    overflow-y: auto;
}

How to get ERD diagram for an existing database?

  1. Open MySQL Workbench. In the home screen click 'Create EER Model From Existing Database'. We are doing this for the case that we have already made the data base and now we want to make an ER diagram of that database.

  2. Then you will see the 'Reverse Engineer Database' dialouge. Here if you are asked for the password, provided the admin password. Do not get confused here with the windows password. Here you need to provide the MySQL admin password. Then click on Next.

  3. In the next dialouge box, you'll see that the connection to DBMS is started and schema is revrieved from Database. Go next.

  4. Now Select the Schema you created earlier. It is the table you want to create the ER diagram of.

  5. Click Next and go to Select Objects menu. Here you can click on 'Show Filter' to use the selected Table Objects in the diagram. You can both add and remove tables here.Then click on Execute.

6.When you go Next and Finish, the required ER diagram is on the screen.

Unknown column in 'field list' error on MySQL Update query

You might check your choice of quotes (use double-/ single quotes for values, strings, etc and backticks for column-names).

Since you only want to update the table master_user_profile I'd recommend a nested query:

UPDATE
   master_user_profile
SET
   master_user_profile.fellow = 'y'
WHERE
   master_user_profile.user_id IN (
      SELECT tran_user_branch.user_id
      FROM tran_user_branch WHERE tran_user_branch.branch_id = 17);

Quick easy way to migrate SQLite3 to MySQL?

echo ".dump" | sqlite3 /tmp/db.sqlite > db.sql

watch out for CREATE statements

Syntax for a for loop in ruby

array.each do |element|
  element.do_stuff
end

or

for element in array do
  element.do_stuff
end

If you need index, you can use this:

array.each_with_index do |element,index|
  element.do_stuff(index)
end

C++ getters/setters coding style

Even though the name is immutable, you may still want to have the option of computing it rather than storing it in a field. (I realize this is unlikely for "name", but let's aim for the general case.) For that reason, even constant fields are best wrapped inside of getters:

class Foo {
    public:
        const std::string& getName() const {return name_;}
    private:
        const std::string& name_;
};

Note that if you were to change getName() to return a computed value, it couldn't return const ref. That's ok, because it won't require any changes to the callers (modulo recompilation.)

How to output loop.counter in python jinja template?

if you are using django use forloop.counter instead of loop.counter

<ul>
{% for user in userlist %}
  <li>
      {{ user }} {{forloop.counter}}
  </li>
      {% if forloop.counter == 1 %}
          This is the First user
      {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
</ul>

Difference between application/x-javascript and text/javascript content types

Use type="application/javascript"

In case of HTML5, the type attribute is obsolete, you may remove it. Note: that it defaults to "text/javascript" according to w3.org, so I would suggest to add the "application/javascript" instead of removing it.

http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/scripting-1.html#attr-script-type
The type attribute gives the language of the script or format of the data. If the attribute is present, its value must be a valid MIME type. The charset parameter must not be specified. The default, which is used if the attribute is absent, is "text/javascript".

Use "application/javascript", because "text/javascript" is obsolete:

RFC 4329: http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc4329.txt

  1. Deployed Scripting Media Types and Compatibility

    Various unregistered media types have been used in an ad-hoc fashion to label and exchange programs written in ECMAScript and JavaScript. These include:

    +-----------------------------------------------------+ | text/javascript | text/ecmascript | | text/javascript1.0 | text/javascript1.1 | | text/javascript1.2 | text/javascript1.3 | | text/javascript1.4 | text/javascript1.5 | | text/jscript | text/livescript | | text/x-javascript | text/x-ecmascript | | application/x-javascript | application/x-ecmascript | | application/javascript | application/ecmascript | +-----------------------------------------------------+

Use of the "text" top-level type for this kind of content is known to be problematic. This document thus defines text/javascript and text/
ecmascript but marks them as "obsolete". Use of experimental and
unregistered media types, as listed in part above, is discouraged.
The media types,

  * application/javascript
  * application/ecmascript

which are also defined in this document, are intended for common use and should be used instead.

This document defines equivalent processing requirements for the
types text/javascript, text/ecmascript, and application/javascript.
Use of and support for the media type application/ecmascript is
considerably less widespread than for other media types defined in
this document. Using that to its advantage, this document defines
stricter processing rules for this type to foster more interoperable
processing.

x-javascript is experimental, don't use it.

Git: "Not currently on any branch." Is there an easy way to get back on a branch, while keeping the changes?

Leaving another way here

git branch newbranch
git checkout master 
git merge newbranch 

Creating lowpass filter in SciPy - understanding methods and units

A few comments:

  • The Nyquist frequency is half the sampling rate.
  • You are working with regularly sampled data, so you want a digital filter, not an analog filter. This means you should not use analog=True in the call to butter, and you should use scipy.signal.freqz (not freqs) to generate the frequency response.
  • One goal of those short utility functions is to allow you to leave all your frequencies expressed in Hz. You shouldn't have to convert to rad/sec. As long as you express your frequencies with consistent units, the scaling in the utility functions takes care of the normalization for you.

Here's my modified version of your script, followed by the plot that it generates.

import numpy as np
from scipy.signal import butter, lfilter, freqz
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt


def butter_lowpass(cutoff, fs, order=5):
    nyq = 0.5 * fs
    normal_cutoff = cutoff / nyq
    b, a = butter(order, normal_cutoff, btype='low', analog=False)
    return b, a

def butter_lowpass_filter(data, cutoff, fs, order=5):
    b, a = butter_lowpass(cutoff, fs, order=order)
    y = lfilter(b, a, data)
    return y


# Filter requirements.
order = 6
fs = 30.0       # sample rate, Hz
cutoff = 3.667  # desired cutoff frequency of the filter, Hz

# Get the filter coefficients so we can check its frequency response.
b, a = butter_lowpass(cutoff, fs, order)

# Plot the frequency response.
w, h = freqz(b, a, worN=8000)
plt.subplot(2, 1, 1)
plt.plot(0.5*fs*w/np.pi, np.abs(h), 'b')
plt.plot(cutoff, 0.5*np.sqrt(2), 'ko')
plt.axvline(cutoff, color='k')
plt.xlim(0, 0.5*fs)
plt.title("Lowpass Filter Frequency Response")
plt.xlabel('Frequency [Hz]')
plt.grid()


# Demonstrate the use of the filter.
# First make some data to be filtered.
T = 5.0         # seconds
n = int(T * fs) # total number of samples
t = np.linspace(0, T, n, endpoint=False)
# "Noisy" data.  We want to recover the 1.2 Hz signal from this.
data = np.sin(1.2*2*np.pi*t) + 1.5*np.cos(9*2*np.pi*t) + 0.5*np.sin(12.0*2*np.pi*t)

# Filter the data, and plot both the original and filtered signals.
y = butter_lowpass_filter(data, cutoff, fs, order)

plt.subplot(2, 1, 2)
plt.plot(t, data, 'b-', label='data')
plt.plot(t, y, 'g-', linewidth=2, label='filtered data')
plt.xlabel('Time [sec]')
plt.grid()
plt.legend()

plt.subplots_adjust(hspace=0.35)
plt.show()

lowpass example

Get a pixel from HTML Canvas?

// Get pixel data
var imageData = context.getImageData(x, y, width, height);

// Color at (x,y) position
var color = [];
color['red'] = imageData.data[((y*(imageData.width*4)) + (x*4)) + 0];
color['green'] = imageData.data[((y*(imageData.width*4)) + (x*4)) + 1];
color['blue'] = imageData.data[((y*(imageData.width*4)) + (x*4)) + 2];
color['alpha'] = imageData.data[((y*(imageData.width*4)) + (x*4)) + 3];

Find which rows have different values for a given column in Teradata SQL

You can do this using a group by:

select id, addressCode
from t
group by id, addressCode
having min(address) <> max(address)

Another way of writing this may seem clearer, but does not perform as well:

select id, addressCode
from t
group by id, addressCode
having count(distinct address) > 1

Convert character to ASCII code in JavaScript

str.charCodeAt(index)

Using charCodeAt() The following example returns 65, the Unicode value for A.

'ABC'.charCodeAt(0) // returns 65

Parse time of format hh:mm:ss

As per Basil Bourque's comment, this is the updated answer for this question, taking into account the new API of Java 8:

    String myDateString = "13:24:40";
    LocalTime localTime = LocalTime.parse(myDateString, DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("HH:mm:ss"));
    int hour = localTime.get(ChronoField.CLOCK_HOUR_OF_DAY);
    int minute = localTime.get(ChronoField.MINUTE_OF_HOUR);
    int second = localTime.get(ChronoField.SECOND_OF_MINUTE);

    //prints "hour: 13, minute: 24, second: 40":
    System.out.println(String.format("hour: %d, minute: %d, second: %d", hour, minute, second));

Remarks:

  • since the OP's question contains a concrete example of a time instant containing only hours, minutes and seconds (no day, month, etc.), the answer above only uses LocalTime. If wanting to parse a string that also contains days, month, etc. then LocalDateTime would be required. Its usage is pretty much analogous to that of LocalTime.
  • since the time instant int OP's question doesn't contain any information about timezone, the answer uses the LocalXXX version of the date/time classes (LocalTime, LocalDateTime). If the time string that needs to be parsed also contains timezone information, then ZonedDateTime needs to be used.

====== Below is the old (original) answer for this question, using pre-Java8 API: =====

I'm sorry if I'm gonna upset anyone with this, but I'm actually gonna answer the question. The Java API's are pretty huge, I think it's normal that someone might miss one now and then.

A SimpleDateFormat might do the trick here:

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/text/SimpleDateFormat.html

It should be something like:

String myDateString = "13:24:40";
//SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("hh:mm:ss");
//the above commented line was changed to the one below, as per Grodriguez's pertinent comment:
SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("HH:mm:ss");
Date date = sdf.parse(myDateString);

Calendar calendar = GregorianCalendar.getInstance(); // creates a new calendar instance
calendar.setTime(date);   // assigns calendar to given date 
int hour = calendar.get(Calendar.HOUR);
int minute; /... similar methods for minutes and seconds

The gotchas you should be aware of:

  • the pattern you pass to SimpleDateFormat might be different then the one in my example depending on what values you have (are the hours in 12 hours format or in 24 hours format, etc). Look at the documentation in the link for details on this

  • Once you create a Date object out of your String (via SimpleDateFormat), don't be tempted to use Date.getHour(), Date.getMinute() etc. They might appear to work at times, but overall they can give bad results, and as such are now deprecated. Use the calendar instead as in the example above.

Hive: how to show all partitions of a table?

CLI has some limit when ouput is displayed. I suggest to export output into local file:

$hive -e 'show partitions table;' > partitions

The name 'ConfigurationManager' does not exist in the current context

To Solve this problem go to Solution Explorer And right click reference and click add reference and chose .net and find system.configuration select an click ok

How to access nested elements of json object using getJSONArray method

I suggest you to use Gson library. It allows to parse JSON string into object data model. Please, see my example:

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.List;

import com.google.gson.Gson;
import com.google.gson.GsonBuilder;
import com.google.gson.annotations.SerializedName;

public class GsonProgram {

    public static void main(String... args) {
        String response = "{\"result\":{\"map\":{\"entry\":[{\"key\":{\"@xsi.type\":\"xs:string\",\"$\":\"ContentA\"},\"value\":\"fsdf\"},{\"key\":{\"@xsi.type\":\"xs:string\",\"$\":\"ContentB\"},\"value\":\"dfdf\"}]}}}";

        Gson gson = new GsonBuilder().serializeNulls().create();
        Response res = gson.fromJson(response, Response.class);

        System.out.println("Entries: " + res.getResult().getMap().getEntry());
    }
}

class Response {

    private Result result;

    public Result getResult() {
        return result;
    }

    public void setResult(Result result) {
        this.result = result;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return result.toString();
    }
}

class Result {

    private MapNode map;

    public MapNode getMap() {
        return map;
    }

    public void setMap(MapNode map) {
        this.map = map;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return map.toString();
    }
}

class MapNode {

    List<Entry> entry = new ArrayList<Entry>();

    public List<Entry> getEntry() {
        return entry;
    }

    public void setEntry(List<Entry> entry) {
        this.entry = entry;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return Arrays.toString(entry.toArray());
    }
}

class Entry {

    private Key key;
    private String value;

    public String getValue() {
        return value;
    }

    public void setValue(String value) {
        this.value = value;
    }

    public Key getKey() {
        return key;
    }

    public void setKey(Key key) {
        this.key = key;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return "[key=" + key + ", value=" + value + "]";
    }
}

class Key {

    @SerializedName("$")
    private String value;

    @SerializedName("@xsi.type")
    private String type;

    public String getValue() {
        return value;
    }

    public void setValue(String value) {
        this.value = value;
    }

    public String getType() {
        return type;
    }

    public void setType(String type) {
        this.type = type;
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return "[value=" + value + ", type=" + type + "]";
    }
}

Program output:

Entries: [[key=[value=ContentA, type=xs:string], value=fsdf], [key=[value=ContentB, type=xs:string], value=dfdf]]

If you not familiar with this library, then you can find a lot of informations in "Gson User Guide".

Window.open and pass parameters by post method

I wanted to do this in React using plain Js and the fetch polyfill. OP didn't say he specifically wanted to create a form and invoke the submit method on it, so I have done it by posting the form values as json:

examplePostData = {
    method: 'POST',
    headers: {
       'Content-type' : 'application/json',
       'Accept' : 'text/html'
    },
    body: JSON.stringify({
        someList: [1,2,3,4],
        someProperty: 'something',
        someObject: {some: 'object'}
    })
}

asyncPostPopup = () => {

    //open a new window and set some text until the fetch completes
    let win=window.open('about:blank')
    writeToWindow(win,'Loading...')

    //async load the data into the window
    fetch('../postUrl', this.examplePostData)
    .then((response) => response.text())
    .then((text) => writeToWindow(win,text))
    .catch((error) => console.log(error))
}

writeToWindow = (win,text) => {
    win.document.open()
    win.document.write(text)
    win.document.close()
}

Set focus on TextBox in WPF from view model

First off i would like to thank Avanka for helping me solve my focus problem. There is however a bug in the code he posted, namely in the line: if (e.OldValue == null)

The problem I had was that if you first click in your view and focus the control, e.oldValue is no longer null. Then when you set the variable to focus the control for the first time, this results in the lostfocus and gotfocus handlers not being set. My solution to this was as follows:

public static class ExtensionFocus
    {
    static ExtensionFocus()
        {
        BoundElements = new List<string>();
        }

    public static readonly DependencyProperty IsFocusedProperty =
        DependencyProperty.RegisterAttached("IsFocused", typeof(bool?),
        typeof(ExtensionFocus), new FrameworkPropertyMetadata(false, IsFocusedChanged));

    private static List<string> BoundElements;

    public static bool? GetIsFocused(DependencyObject element)
        {
        if (element == null)
            {
            throw new ArgumentNullException("ExtensionFocus GetIsFocused called with null element");
            }
        return (bool?)element.GetValue(IsFocusedProperty);
        }

    public static void SetIsFocused(DependencyObject element, bool? value)
        {
        if (element == null)
            {
            throw new ArgumentNullException("ExtensionFocus SetIsFocused called with null element");
            }
        element.SetValue(IsFocusedProperty, value);
        }

    private static void IsFocusedChanged(DependencyObject d, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs e)
        {
        var fe = (FrameworkElement)d;

        // OLD LINE:
        // if (e.OldValue == null)
        // TWO NEW LINES:
        if (BoundElements.Contains(fe.Name) == false)
            {
            BoundElements.Add(fe.Name);
            fe.LostFocus += OnLostFocus;
            fe.GotFocus += OnGotFocus;
            }           


        if (!fe.IsVisible)
            {
            fe.IsVisibleChanged += new DependencyPropertyChangedEventHandler(fe_IsVisibleChanged);
            }

        if ((bool)e.NewValue)
            {
            fe.Focus();             
            }
        }

    private static void fe_IsVisibleChanged(object sender, DependencyPropertyChangedEventArgs e)
        {
        var fe = (FrameworkElement)sender;

        if (fe.IsVisible && (bool)((FrameworkElement)sender).GetValue(IsFocusedProperty))
            {
            fe.IsVisibleChanged -= fe_IsVisibleChanged;
            fe.Focus();
            }
        }

    private static void OnLostFocus(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {
        if (sender != null && sender is Control s)
            {
            s.SetValue(IsFocusedProperty, false);
            }
        }

    private static void OnGotFocus(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
        {
        if (sender != null && sender is Control s)
            {
            s.SetValue(IsFocusedProperty, true);
            }
        }
    }