Programs & Examples On #Collectionviewsource

The Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) proxy of a CollectionView class.

Error: the entity type requires a primary key

I found a bit different cause of the error. It seems like SQLite wants to use correct primary key class property name. So...

Wrong PK name

public class Client
{
  public int SomeFieldName { get; set; }  // It is the ID
  ...
}

Correct PK name

public class Client
{
  public int Id { get; set; }  // It is the ID
  ...
}

public class Client
{
  public int ClientId { get; set; }  // It is the ID
  ...
}

It still posible to use wrong PK name but we have to use [Key] attribute like

public class Client
{
   [Key]
   public int SomeFieldName { get; set; }  // It is the ID
   ...
}

ListBox vs. ListView - how to choose for data binding

A ListView is a specialized ListBox (that is, it inherits from ListBox). It allows you to specify different views rather than a straight list. You can either roll your own view, or use GridView (think explorer-like "details view"). It's basically the multi-column listbox, the cousin of windows form's listview.

If you don't need the additional capabilities of ListView, you can certainly use ListBox if you're simply showing a list of items (Even if the template is complex).

"Field has incomplete type" error

You are using a forward declaration for the type MainWindowClass. That's fine, but it also means that you can only declare a pointer or reference to that type. Otherwise the compiler has no idea how to allocate the parent object as it doesn't know the size of the forward declared type (or if it actually has a parameterless constructor, etc.)

So, you either want:

// forward declaration, details unknown
class A;

class B {
  A *a;  // pointer to A, ok
};

Or, if you can't use a pointer or reference....

// declaration of A
#include "A.h"

class B {
  A a;  // ok, declaration of A is known
};

At some point, the compiler needs to know the details of A.

If you are only storing a pointer to A then it doesn't need those details when you declare B. It needs them at some point (whenever you actually dereference the pointer to A), which will likely be in the implementation file, where you will need to include the header which contains the declaration of the class A.

// B.h
// header file

// forward declaration, details unknown
class A;

class B {
public: 
    void foo();
private:
  A *a;  // pointer to A, ok
};

// B.cpp
// implementation file

#include "B.h"
#include "A.h"  // declaration of A

B::foo() {
    // here we need to know the declaration of A
    a->whatever();
}

Calculate AUC in R?

You can learn more about AUROC in this blog post by Miron Kursa:

https://mbq.me/blog/augh-roc/

He provides a fast function for AUROC:

# By Miron Kursa https://mbq.me
auroc <- function(score, bool) {
  n1 <- sum(!bool)
  n2 <- sum(bool)
  U  <- sum(rank(score)[!bool]) - n1 * (n1 + 1) / 2
  return(1 - U / n1 / n2)
}

Let's test it:

set.seed(42)
score <- rnorm(1e3)
bool  <- sample(c(TRUE, FALSE), 1e3, replace = TRUE)

pROC::auc(bool, score)
mltools::auc_roc(score, bool)
ROCR::performance(ROCR::prediction(score, bool), "auc")@y.values[[1]]
auroc(score, bool)

0.51371668847094
0.51371668847094
0.51371668847094
0.51371668847094

auroc() is 100 times faster than pROC::auc() and computeAUC().

auroc() is 10 times faster than mltools::auc_roc() and ROCR::performance().

print(microbenchmark(
  pROC::auc(bool, score),
  computeAUC(score[bool], score[!bool]),
  mltools::auc_roc(score, bool),
  ROCR::performance(ROCR::prediction(score, bool), "auc")@y.values,
  auroc(score, bool)
))

Unit: microseconds
                                                             expr       min
                                           pROC::auc(bool, score) 21000.146
                            computeAUC(score[bool], score[!bool]) 11878.605
                                    mltools::auc_roc(score, bool)  5750.651
 ROCR::performance(ROCR::prediction(score, bool), "auc")@y.values  2899.573
                                               auroc(score, bool)   236.531
         lq       mean     median        uq        max neval  cld
 22005.3350 23738.3447 22206.5730 22710.853  32628.347   100    d
 12323.0305 16173.0645 12378.5540 12624.981 233701.511   100   c 
  6186.0245  6495.5158  6325.3955  6573.993  14698.244   100  b  
  3019.6310  3300.1961  3068.0240  3237.534  11995.667   100 ab  
   245.4755   253.1109   251.8505   257.578    300.506   100 a   

SQL Format as of Round off removing decimals

use ROUND () (See examples ) function in sql server

select round(11.6,0)

result:

12.0

ex2:

select round(11.4,0)

result:

11.0

if you don't want the decimal part, you could do

select cast(round(11.6,0) as int)

What is difference between Implicit wait and Explicit wait in Selenium WebDriver?

Implicit wait --

Implicit waits are basically your way of telling WebDriver the latency that you want to see if specified web element is not present that WebDriver looking for. So in this case, you are telling WebDriver that it should wait 10 seconds in cases of specified element not available on the UI (DOM).

Explicit wait--

Explicit waits are intelligent waits that are confined to a particular web element. Using explicit waits you are basically telling WebDriver at the max it is to wait for X units of time before it gives up.

What is the difference between .NET Core and .NET Standard Class Library project types?

The short answer would be:

IAnimal == .NetStandard (General)
ICat == .NetCore (Less general)
IDog == .NetFramework (Specific / oldest and has the most features)

How to view the current heap size that an application is using?

Personal favourite for when jvisualvm is overkill or you need cli-only: jvmtop

JvmTop 0.8.0 alpha   amd64  8 cpus, Linux 2.6.32-27, load avg 0.12
https://github.com/patric-r/jvmtop

PID MAIN-CLASS      HPCUR HPMAX NHCUR NHMAX    CPU     GC    VM USERNAME   #T DL
3370 rapperSimpleApp  165m  455m  109m  176m  0.12%  0.00% S6U37 web        21
11272 ver.resin.Resin [ERROR: Could not attach to VM]
27338 WatchdogManager   11m   28m   23m  130m  0.00%  0.00% S6U37 web        31
19187 m.jvmtop.JvmTop   20m 3544m   13m  130m  0.93%  0.47% S6U37 web        20
16733 artup.Bootstrap  159m  455m  166m  304m  0.12%  0.00% S6U37 web        46

How to get ASCII value of string in C#

string s = "9quali52ty3";
foreach(char c in s)
{
  Console.WriteLine((int)c);
}

How can I select random files from a directory in bash?

If you have more files in your folder, you can use the below piped command I found in unix stackexchange.

find /some/dir/ -type f -print0 | xargs -0 shuf -e -n 8 -z | xargs -0 cp -vt /target/dir/

Here I wanted to copy the files, but if you want to move files or do something else, just change the last command where I have used cp.

Terminating a script in PowerShell

I used this for a reruning of a program. I don't know if it would help, but it is a simple if statement requiring only two different entry's. It worked in powershell for me.

$rerun = Read-Host "Rerun report (y/n)?"

if($rerun -eq "y") { Show-MemoryReport }
if($rerun -eq "n") { Exit }

Don't know if this helps, but i believe this would be along the lines of terminating a program after you have run it. However in this case, every defined input requires a listed and categorized output. You could also have the exit call up a new prompt line and terminate the program that way.

Div 100% height works on Firefox but not in IE

I'm not sure what problem you are solving, but when I have two side by side containers that need to be the same height, I run a little javascript on page load that finds the maximum height of the two and explicitly sets the other to the same height. It seems to me that height: 100% might just mean "make it the size needed to fully contain the content" when what you really want is "make both the size of the largest content."

Note: you'll need to resize them again if anything happens on the page to change their height -- like a validation summary being made visible or a collapsible menu opening.

What is @RenderSection in asp.net MVC

Here the defination of Rendersection from MSDN

In layout pages, renders the content of a named section.MSDN

In _layout.cs page put

@RenderSection("Bottom",false)

Here render the content of bootom section and specifies false boolean property to specify whether the section is required or not.

@section Bottom{
       This message form bottom.
}

That meaning if you want to bottom section in all pages, then you must use false as the second parameter at Rendersection method.

How to create the branch from specific commit in different branch

You have the arguments in the wrong order:

git branch <branch-name> <commit>

and for that, it doesn't matter what branch is checked out; it'll do what you say. (If you omit the commit argument, it defaults to creating a branch at the same place as the current one.)

If you want to check out the new branch as you create it:

git checkout -b <branch> <commit>

with the same behavior if you omit the commit argument.

Http Basic Authentication in Java using HttpClient?

HttpBasicAuth works for me with smaller changes

  1. I use maven dependency

    <dependency>
        <groupId>net.iharder</groupId>
        <artifactId>base64</artifactId>
        <version>2.3.8</version>
    </dependency>
    
  2. Smaller change

    String encoding = Base64.encodeBytes ((user + ":" + passwd).getBytes());
    

MATLAB - multiple return values from a function?

Change the function that you get one single Result=[array, listp, freep]. So there is only one result to be displayed

Android WSDL/SOAP service client

Android doesn't come with SOAP library. However, you can download 3rd party library here:
https://github.com/simpligility/ksoap2-android

If you need help using it, you might find this thread helpful:
How to call a .NET Webservice from Android using KSOAP2?

Including another class in SCSS

Try this:

  1. Create a placeholder base class (%base-class) with the common properties
  2. Extend your class (.my-base-class) with this placeholder.
  3. Now you can extend %base-class in any of your classes (e.g. .my-class).

    %base-class {
       width: 80%;
       margin-left: 10%;
       margin-right: 10%;
    }
    
    .my-base-class {
        @extend %base-class;
    }
    
    .my-class {
        @extend %base-class;
        margin-bottom: 40px;
    }
    

Remove multiple items from a Python list in just one statement

You can use filterfalse function from itertools module

Example

import random
from itertools import filterfalse

random.seed(42)

data = [random.randrange(5) for _ in range(10)]
clean = [*filterfalse(lambda i: i == 0, data)]
print(f"Remove 0s\n{data=}\n{clean=}\n")


clean = [*filterfalse(lambda i: i in (0, 1), data)]
print(f"Remove 0s and 1s\n{data=}\n{clean=}")

Output:

Remove 0s
data=[0, 0, 2, 1, 1, 1, 0, 4, 0, 4]
clean=[2, 1, 1, 1, 4, 4]

Remove 0s and 1s
data=[0, 0, 2, 1, 1, 1, 0, 4, 0, 4]
clean=[2, 4, 4]

How to specify the bottom border of a <tr>?

Try the following instead:

<html>
 <head>
  <title>Table row styling</title>
  <style type="text/css">
    .bb td, .bb th {
     border-bottom: 1px solid black !important;
    }
  </style>
 </head>
 <body>
  <table>
    <tr class="bb">
      <td>This</td>
      <td>should</td>
      <td>work</td>
    </tr>
  </table>
 </body>
</html>

Error LNK2019 unresolved external symbol _main referenced in function "int __cdecl invoke_main(void)" (?invoke_main@@YAHXZ)

Right click on project. Properties->Configuration Properties->General->Linker.

I found two options needed to be set. Under System: SubSystem = Windows (/SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS) Under Advanced: EntryPoint = main

Cannot find the '@angular/common/http' module

Important: HttpClientModule is for Angular 4.3.0 and above. Check @Maximus' comments and @Pengyy's answer for more info.


Original answer:

You need to inject HttpClient in your component/service not the module. If you import HttpClientModule in your @NgModule

// app.module.ts:
 
import {NgModule} from '@angular/core';
import {BrowserModule} from '@angular/platform-browser';
 
// Import HttpClientModule from @angular/common/http
import {HttpClientModule} from '@angular/common/http';
 
@NgModule({
  imports: [
    BrowserModule,
    // Include it under 'imports' in your application module
    // after BrowserModule.
    HttpClientModule,
  ],
})
export class MyAppModule {}

So change

constructor(private httpClient: HttpModule) {}

to

constructor(private httpClient: HttpClient) {}

as it's been written in the documentation


However, since you imported the HttpModule

you need to inject constructor(private httpClient: Http) as @Maximus stated in the comments and @Pengyy in this answer.

And for more info on differences between HttpModule and HttpClientModule, check this answer

htaccess "order" Deny, Allow, Deny

As Gerben suggested, just change:

order deny,allow
deny from all

to

order allow,deny

And the restrictions will work as you want them to.

Details can be found in Apache's docs.

How do I debug Node.js applications?

There is built-in command line debugger client within Node.js. Cloud 9 IDE have also pretty nice (visual) debugger.

XAMPP - Error: MySQL shutdown unexpectedly

In my case : I have just replaced

....xampp/mysql/backup files 

into

**xampp/mysql/data**

It worked for me.

What does "-ne" mean in bash?

This is one of those things that can be difficult to search for if you don't already know where to look.

[ is actually a command, not part of the bash shell syntax as you might expect. It happens to be a Bash built-in command, so it's documented in the Bash manual.

There's also an external command that does the same thing; on many systems, it's provided by the GNU Coreutils package.

[ is equivalent to the test command, except that [ requires ] as its last argument, and test does not.

Assuming the bash documentation is installed on your system, if you type info bash and search for 'test' or '[' (the apostrophes are part of the search), you'll find the documentation for the [ command, also known as the test command. If you use man bash instead of info bash, search for ^ *test (the word test at the beginning of a line, following some number of spaces).

Following the reference to "Bash Conditional Expressions" will lead you to the description of -ne, which is the numeric inequality operator ("ne" stands for "not equal). By contrast, != is the string inequality operator.

You can also find bash documentation on the web.

The official definition of the test command is the POSIX standard (to which the bash implementation should conform reasonably well, perhaps with some extensions).

How to delete a stash created with git stash create?

If you are 100% sure that you have just one stash or you want to delete all stashes (make a git stash list to be 107% sure), you can do a:

git stash clear

..and forget about them (it deletes all stashes).

Note: Added this answer for those who ended up here looking for a way to clear them all (like me).

Is there a list of screen resolutions for all Android based phones and tablets?

(out of date) Spreadsheet of device metrics.

SEE ALSO:
Device Metrics - Material Design.
Screen Sizes.

---------------------------     -----   ------------    --------------- ------- -----------     ----------------    ---         ----------
Device                          Inches  ResolutionPX    Density         DPI     ResolutionDP    AspectRatios        SysNavYorN  ContentResolutionDP
---------------------------     -----   ------------    --------------- ------- -----------     ----------------    ---         ----------                                                          
Galaxy Y                                 320 x  240     ldpi    0.75    120      427 x 320      4:3     1.3333                   427 x 320
?                                        400 x  240     ldpi    0.75    120      533 x 320      5:3     1.6667                   533 x 320
?                                        432 x  240     ldpi    0.75    120      576 x 320      9:5     1.8000                   576 x 320
Galaxy Ace                               480 x  320     mdpi    1       160      480 x 320      3:2     1.5000                   480 x 320
Nexus S                                  800 x  480     hdpi    1.5     240      533 x 320      5:3     1.6667                   533 x 320
"Galaxy SIII    Mini"                    800 x  480     hdpi    1.5     240      533 x 320      5:3     1.6667                   533 x 320
?                                        854 x  480     hdpi    1.5     240      569 x 320      427:240 1.7792                   569 x 320

Galaxy SIII                             1280 x  720     xhdpi   2       320      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
Galaxy Nexus                            1280 x  720     xhdpi   2       320      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
HTC One X                       4.7"    1280 x  720     xhdpi   2       320      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
Nexus 5                         5"      1920 x 1080     xxhdpi  3       480      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778      YES          592 x 360
Galaxy S4                       5"      1920 x 1080     xxhdpi  3       480      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
HTC One                         5"      1920 x 1080     xxhdpi  3       480      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
Galaxy Note III                 5.7"    1920 x 1080     xxhdpi  3       480      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
HTC One Max                     5.9"    1920 x 1080     xxhdpi  3       480      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
Galaxy Note II                  5.6"    1280 x  720     xhdpi   2       320      640 x 360      16:9    1.7778                   640 x 360
Nexus 4                         4.4"    1200 x  768     xhdpi   2       320      600 x 384      25:16   1.5625      YES          552 x 384
---------------------------     -----   ------------    --------------- ------- -----------     ----------------    ---         ----------
Device                          Inches  ResolutionPX    Density         DPI     ResolutionDP    AspectRatios        SysNavYorN  ContentResolutionDP
---------------------------     -----   ------------    --------------- ------- -----------     ----------------    ---         ----------
?                                        800 x  480     mdpi    1       160      800 x 480      5:3     1.6667                   800 x 480
?                                        854 x  480     mdpi    1       160      854 x 480      427:240 1.7792                   854 x 480
Galaxy Mega                     6.3"    1280 x  720     hdpi    1.5     240      853 x 480      16:9    1.7778                   853 x 480
Kindle Fire HD                  7"      1280 x  800     hdpi    1.5     240      853 x 533      8:5     1.6000                   853 x 533
Galaxy Mega                     5.8"     960 x  540     tvdpi   1.33333 213.333  720 x 405      16:9    1.7778                   720 x 405
Sony Xperia Z Ultra             6.4"    1920 x 1080     xhdpi   2       320      960 x 540      16:9    1.7778                   960 x 540
Blackberry Priv                 5.43"   2560 x 1440     ?               540          ?          16:9    1.7778      
Blackberry Passport             4.5"    1440 x 1440     ?               453          ?          1:1     1.0     

Kindle Fire (1st & 2nd gen)     7"      1024 x  600     mdpi    1       160     1024 x 600      128:75  1.7067                  1024 x 600
Tesco Hudl                      7"      1400 x  900     hdpi    1.5     240      933 x 600      14:9    1.5556                   933 x 600
Nexus 7 (1st gen/2012)          7"      1280 x  800     tvdpi   1.33333 213.333  960 x 600      8:5     1.6000      YES          912 x 600
Nexus 7 (2nd gen/2013)          7"      1824 x 1200     xhdpi   2       320      912 x 600      38:25   1.5200      YES          864 x 600
Kindle Fire HDX                 7"      1920 x 1200     xhdpi   2       320      960 x 600      8:5     1.6000                   960 x 600
?                                        800 x  480     ldpi    0.75    120     1067 x 640      5:3     1.6667                  1067 x 640
?                                        854 x  480     ldpi    0.75    120     1139 x 640      427:240 1.7792                  1139 x 640

Kindle Fire HD                  8.9"    1920 x 1200     hdpi    1.5     240     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
Kindle Fire HDX                 8.9"    2560 x 1600     xhdpi   2       320     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
Galaxy Tab 2                    10"     1280 x  800     mdpi    1       160     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
Galaxy Tab 3                    10"     1280 x  800     mdpi    1       160     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
ASUS Transformer                10"     1280 x  800     mdpi    1       160     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
ASUS Transformer 2              10"     1920 x 1200     hdpi    1.5     240     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
Nexus 10                        10"     2560 x  1600    xhdpi   2       320     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
Galaxy Note 10.1                10"     2560 x  1600    xhdpi   2       320     1280 x 800      8:5     1.6000                  1280 x 800
---------------------------     -----   ------------    --------------- ------- -----------     ----------------    ---         ----------
Device                          Inches  ResolutionPX    Density         DPI     ResolutionDP    AspectRatios        SysNavYorN  ContentResolutionDP
---------------------------     -----   ------------    --------------- ------- -----------     ----------------    ---         ----------

Coping with different aspect ratios

The different aspect ratios seen above are (from most square; h/w):

1:1     1.0     <- rare for phone; common for watch
4:3     1.3333  <- matches iPad (when portrait)
3:2     1.5000
38:25   1.5200
14:9    1.5556  <- rare
25:16   1.5625
8:5     1.6000  <- aka 16:10
5:3     1.6667
128:75  1.7067
16:9    1.7778  <- matches iPhone 5-7
427:240 1.7792  <- rare
37:18   2.0555  <- Galaxy S8

If you skip the extreme aspect ratios, that are rarely seen at phone size or larger, all the other devices fit a range from 1.3333 to 1.7778, which conveniently matches the current iPhone/iPad ratios (considering all devices in portrait mode). Note that there are quite a few variations within that range, so if you are creating a small number of fixed aspect-ratio layouts, you will need to decide how to handle the odd "in-between" screens.

Minimum "portrait mode" solution is to support 1.3333, which results in unused space at top and bottom, on all the resolutions with larger aspect ratio.
Most likely, you would instead design it to stretch over the 1.333 to 1.778 range. But sometimes part of your design looks too distorted then.


Advanced layout ideas:

For text, you can design for 1.3333, then increase line spacing for 1.666 - though that will look quite sparse. For graphics, design for an intermediate ratio, so that on some screens it is slightly squashed, on others it is slightly stretched. geometric mean of Sqrt(1333 x 1667) ~= 1491. So you design for 1491 x 1000, which will be stretched/squashed by +-12% when assigned to the extreme cases.

Next refinement is to design layout as a stack of different-height "bands" that each fill the width of the screen. Then determine where you can most pleasingly "stretch-or-squash" a band's height, to adjust for different ratios.

For example, consider imaginary phones with 1333 x 1000 pixels and 1666 x 1000 pixels. Suppose you have two "bands", and your main "band" is square, so it is 1000 x 1000. Second band is 333 x 1000 on one screen, 666 x 1000 on the other - quite a range to design for.
You might decide your main band looks okay altered 10% up-or-down, and squash it 900 x 1000 on the 1333 x 1000 screen, leaving 433 x 1000. Then stretch it to 1100 x 1000 on 1666 x 1000 screen, leaving 566 x 1000. So your second band now needs to adjust over only 433 to 566, which has geometric mean of Sqrt(433 x 566) ~= 495. So you design for 495 x 1000, which will be stretched/squashed by +-14% when assigned to the extreme cases.

Using ZXing to create an Android barcode scanning app

Using the provided IntentInegrator is better. It allows you to prompt your user to install the barcode scanner if they do not have it. It also allows you to customize the messages. The IntentIntegrator.REQUEST_CODE constant holds the value of the request code for the onActivityResult to check for in the above if block.

IntentIntegrator intentIntegrator = new IntentIntegrator(this); // where this is activity 
intentIntegrator.initiateScan(IntentIntegrator.ALL_CODE_TYPES); // or QR_CODE_TYPES if you need to scan QR

IntentIntegrator.java

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

No matter how many times you import a module, you'll get the same copy of the module from sys.modules - which was loaded at first import mymodule

I am answering this late, as each of the above/previous answer has a bit of the answer, so I am attempting to sum it all up in a single answer.

Using built-in function:

For Python 2.x - Use the built-in reload(mymodule) function.

For Python 3.x - Use the imp.reload(mymodule).

For Python 3.4 - In Python 3.4 imp has been deprecated in favor of importlib i.e. importlib.reload(mymodule)

Few caveats:

  • It is generally not very useful to reload built-in or dynamically loaded modules. Reloading sys, __main__, builtins and other key modules is not recommended.
  • In many cases extension modules are not designed to be initialized more than once, and may fail in arbitrary ways when reloaded. If a module imports objects from another module using from ... import ..., calling reload() for the other module does not redefine the objects imported from it — one way around this is to re-execute the from statement, another is to use import and qualified names (module.name) instead.
  • If a module instantiates instances of a class, reloading the module that defines the class does not affect the method definitions of the instances — they continue to use the old class definition. The same is true for derived classes.

External packages:

reimport - Reimport currently supports Python 2.4 through 2.7.

xreload- This works by executing the module in a scratch namespace, and then patching classes, methods and functions in place. This avoids the need to patch instances. New objects are copied into the target namespace.

livecoding - Code reloading allows a running application to change its behaviour in response to changes in the Python scripts it uses. When the library detects a Python script has been modified, it reloads that script and replaces the objects it had previously made available for use with newly reloaded versions. As a tool, it allows a programmer to avoid interruption to their workflow and a corresponding loss of focus. It enables them to remain in a state of flow. Where previously they might have needed to restart the application in order to put changed code into effect, those changes can be applied immediately.

add an element to int [] array in java

The size of an array can't be changed. If you want a bigger array you have to create a new array.

However, a better solution would be to use an (Array)List which can grow as you need it. The method ArrayList.toArray(T[] a) returns an array if you need to use an array in your application.

How to hide action bar before activity is created, and then show it again?

you can use this :

getSupportActionBar().hide(); if it doesn't work try this one :

getActionBar().hide();

if above doesn't work try like this :

in your directory = res/values/style.xml , open style.xml -> there is attribute parent change to parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.DarkActionBar"

if all of it doesn't work too. i don't know anymore. but for me it works.

How to use NSURLConnection to connect with SSL for an untrusted cert?

The category workaround posted by Nathan de Vries will pass the AppStore private API checks, and is useful in cases where you do not have control of the NSUrlConnection object. One example is NSXMLParser which will open the URL you supply, but does not expose the NSURLRequest or NSURLConnection.

In iOS 4 the workaround still seems to work, but only on the device, the Simulator does not invoke the allowsAnyHTTPSCertificateForHost: method anymore.

What are .iml files in Android Studio?

What are iml files in Android Studio project?

A Google search on iml file turns up:

IML is a module file created by IntelliJ IDEA, an IDE used to develop Java applications. It stores information about a development module, which may be a Java, Plugin, Android, or Maven component; saves the module paths, dependencies, and other settings.

(from this page)

why not to use gradle scripts to integrate with external modules that you add to your project.

You do "use gradle scripts to integrate with external modules", or your own modules.

However, Gradle is not IntelliJ IDEA's native project model — that is separate, held in .iml files and the metadata in .idea/ directories. In Android Studio, that stuff is largely generated out of the Gradle build scripts, which is why you are sometimes prompted to "sync project with Gradle files" when you change files like build.gradle. This is also why you don't bother putting .iml files or .idea/ in version control, as their contents will be regenerated.

If I have a team that work in different IDE's like Eclipse and AS how to make project IDE agnostic?

To a large extent, you can't.

You are welcome to have an Android project that uses the Eclipse-style directory structure (e.g., resources and manifest in the project root directory). You can teach Gradle, via build.gradle, how to find files in that structure. However, other metadata (compileSdkVersion, dependencies, etc.) will not be nearly as easily replicated.

Other alternatives include:

  • Move everybody over to another build system, like Maven, that is equally integrated (or not, depending upon your perspective) to both Eclipse and Android Studio

  • Hope that Andmore takes off soon, so that perhaps you can have an Eclipse IDE that can build Android projects from Gradle build scripts

  • Have everyone use one IDE

Detect if a browser in a mobile device (iOS/Android phone/tablet) is used

I believe that a much more reliable way to detect mobile devices is to look at the navigator.userAgent string. For example, on my iPhone the user agent string is:

Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 10_3_2 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/603.2.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/10.0 Mobile/14F89 Safari/602.1

Note that this string contains two telltale keywords: iPhone and Mobile. Other user agent strings for devices that I don't have are provided at:

https://deviceatlas.com/blog/list-of-user-agent-strings

Using this string, I set a JavaScript Boolean variable bMobile on my website to either true or false using the following code:

var bMobile =   // will be true if running on a mobile device
  navigator.userAgent.indexOf( "Mobile" ) !== -1 || 
  navigator.userAgent.indexOf( "iPhone" ) !== -1 || 
  navigator.userAgent.indexOf( "Android" ) !== -1 || 
  navigator.userAgent.indexOf( "Windows Phone" ) !== -1 ;

Find the item with maximum occurrences in a list

if you are using numpy in your solution for faster computation use this:

import numpy as np
x = np.array([2,5,77,77,77,77,77,77,77,9,0,3,3,3,3,3])
y = np.bincount(x,minlength = max(x))
y = np.argmax(y)   
print(y)  #outputs 77

Trim a string in C

Surprised to see such implementations. I usually do trim like this:

char *trim(char *s) {
    char *ptr;
    if (!s)
        return NULL;   // handle NULL string
    if (!*s)
        return s;      // handle empty string
    for (ptr = s + strlen(s) - 1; (ptr >= s) && isspace(*ptr); --ptr);
    ptr[1] = '\0';
    return s;
}

It is fast and reliable - serves me many years.

Iterating through a golang map

You could just write it out in multiline like this,

$ cat dict.go
package main

import "fmt"

func main() {
        items := map[string]interface{}{
                "foo": map[string]int{
                        "strength": 10,
                        "age": 2000,
                },
                "bar": map[string]int{
                        "strength": 20,
                        "age": 1000,
                },
        }
        for key, value := range items {
                fmt.Println("[", key, "] has items:")
                for k,v := range value.(map[string]int) {
                        fmt.Println("\t-->", k, ":", v)
                }

        }
}

And the output:

$ go run dict.go
[ foo ] has items:
        --> strength : 10
        --> age : 2000
[ bar ] has items:
        --> strength : 20
        --> age : 1000

Django Admin - change header 'Django administration' text

A simple complete solution in Django 1.8.3 based on answers in this question.

In settings.py add:

ADMIN_SITE_HEADER = "My shiny new administration"

In urls.py add:

from django.conf import settings
admin.site.site_header = settings.ADMIN_SITE_HEADER

How do I get AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID for Amazon?

Amazon changes the admin console from time to time, hence the previous answers above are irrelevant in 2020.

The way to get the secret access key (Oct.2020) is:

  1. go to IAM console: https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam
  2. click on "Users". (see image) enter image description here
  3. go to the user you need his access key. enter image description here

As i see the answers above, I can assume my answer will become irrelevant in a year max :-)

HTH

How to Find the Default Charset/Encoding in Java?

First, Latin-1 is the same as ISO-8859-1, so, the default was already OK for you. Right?

You successfully set the encoding to ISO-8859-1 with your command line parameter. You also set it programmatically to "Latin-1", but, that's not a recognized value of a file encoding for Java. See http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/technotes/guides/intl/encoding.doc.html

When you do that, looks like Charset resets to UTF-8, from looking at the source. That at least explains most of the behavior.

I don't know why OutputStreamWriter shows ISO8859_1. It delegates to closed-source sun.misc.* classes. I'm guessing it isn't quite dealing with encoding via the same mechanism, which is weird.

But of course you should always be specifying what encoding you mean in this code. I'd never rely on the platform default.

failed to resolve com.android.support:appcompat-v7:22 and com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:21.1.2

In order to make that working I had to set:

compile ("com.android.support:support-v4:22.2.0")
compile ("com.android.support:appcompat-v7:22.2.0")
compile ("com.android.support:support-annotations:22.2.0")
compile ("com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:22.2.0")
compile ("com.android.support:design:22.2.0")

compile ("com.android.support:design:22.2.0")

Documentation states something different (docs):

com.android.support:support-design:22.0.0

List files with certain extensions with ls and grep

For OSX users:

If you use ls *.{mp3,exe,mp4}, it will throw an error if one of those extensions has no results.

Using ls *.(mp3|exe|mp4) will return all files matching those extensions, even if one of the extensions had 0 results.

MVC 4 Razor adding input type date

If you want to use @Html.EditorFor() you have to use jQuery ui and update your Asp.net Mvc to 5.2.6.0 with NuGet Package Manager.

@Html.EditorFor(m => m.EntryDate, new { htmlAttributes = new { @class = "datepicker" } })

@section Scripts {

@Scripts.Render("~/bundles/jqueryval")

<script>

    $(document).ready(function(){

      $('.datepicker').datepicker();

     });

</script>

}

Array to Hash Ruby

Just use Hash.[] with the values in the array. For example:

arr = [1,2,3,4]
Hash[*arr] #=> gives {1 => 2, 3 => 4}

Why do table names in SQL Server start with "dbo"?

If you are using Sql Server Management Studio, you can create your own schema by browsing to Databases - Your Database - Security - Schemas.

To create one using a script is as easy as (for example):

CREATE SCHEMA [EnterSchemaNameHere] AUTHORIZATION [dbo]

You can use them to logically group your tables, for example by creating a schema for "Financial" information and another for "Personal" data. Your tables would then display as:

Financial.BankAccounts Financial.Transactions Personal.Address

Rather than using the default schema of dbo.

Android Studio - UNEXPECTED TOP-LEVEL EXCEPTION:

I had similar problem when I tried to build a signed apk for my app.

Strange, it happened only when I wanted to build a release apk, while on debug apk everything worked OK.

Finally, looking on this thread, I checked for support library duplications in build.gradle and removed any duplications but this wasn't enough..

I had to do clean project and only then finally I've got it to work.

How to convert an NSTimeInterval (seconds) into minutes

How I did this in Swift (including the string formatting to show it as "01:23"):

let totalSeconds: Double = someTimeInterval
let minutes = Int(floor(totalSeconds / 60))
let seconds = Int(round(totalSeconds % 60))        
let timeString = String(format: "%02d:%02d", minutes, seconds)
NSLog(timeString)

Skip Git commit hooks

For those very beginners who has spend few hours for this commit (with comment and no verify) with no further issue

git commit -m "Some comments" --no-verify

Changing Tint / Background color of UITabBar

[v setBackgroundColor ColorwithRed: Green: Blue: ];

How to sign in kubernetes dashboard?

The skip login has been disabled by default due to security issues. https://github.com/kubernetes/dashboard/issues/2672

in your dashboard yaml add this arg

- --enable-skip-login

to get it back

How to get cookie expiration date / creation date from javascript?

One possibility is to delete to cookie you are looking for the expiration date from and rewrite it. Then you'll know the expiration date.

Display A Popup Only Once Per User

The best solution is to save a Boolean value in the database and then obtain that value and validate whether or not the modal was opened for that user, this value could be in the user table for example.

Lollipop : draw behind statusBar with its color set to transparent

This worked for my case


// Create/Set toolbar as actionbar
toolbar = (Toolbar) findViewById(R.id.toolbar);
setSupportActionBar(toolbar);

// Check if the version of Android is Lollipop or higher
if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= 21) {

    // Set the status bar to dark-semi-transparentish
    getWindow().setFlags(WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_TRANSLUCENT_STATUS,
            WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_TRANSLUCENT_STATUS);

    // Set paddingTop of toolbar to height of status bar.
    // Fixes statusbar covers toolbar issue
    toolbar.setPadding(0, getStatusBarHeight(), 0, 0);
}

// A method to find height of the status bar
public int getStatusBarHeight() {
    int result = 0;
    int resourceId = getResources().getIdentifier("status_bar_height", "dimen", "android");
    if (resourceId > 0) {
        result = getResources().getDimensionPixelSize(resourceId);
    }
    return result;
}

For more information about working with statusBars: youtube.com/watch?v=_mGDMVRO3iE


How do I execute external program within C code in linux with arguments?

system() executes a shell which is then responsible for parsing the arguments and executing the desired program. To execute the program directly, use fork() and exec() (which is what system() uses to execute the shell as well as what the shell itself uses to execute commands).

#include <unistd.h>

int main() {
     if (fork() == 0) {
          /*
           * fork() returns 0 to the child process
           * and the child's PID to the parent.
           */
          execl("/path/to/foo", "foo", "arg1", "arg2", "arg3", 0);
          /*
           * We woundn't still be here if execl() was successful,
           * so a non-zero exit value is appropriate.
           */
          return 1;
     }

     return 0;
}

Angular2 - Radio Button Binding

use [value]="1" instead of value="1"

<input name="options" ng-control="options" type="radio" [value]="1"  [(ngModel)]="model.options" ><br/>

<input name="options" ng-control="options" type="radio" [value]="2" [(ngModel)]="model.options" ><br/>

Edit:

As suggested by thllbrg "For angular 2.1+ use [(ngModel)] instead of [(ng-model)] "

What is memoization and how can I use it in Python?

I've found this extremely useful

def memoize(function):
    from functools import wraps

    memo = {}

    @wraps(function)
    def wrapper(*args):
        if args in memo:
            return memo[args]
        else:
            rv = function(*args)
            memo[args] = rv
            return rv
    return wrapper


@memoize
def fibonacci(n):
    if n < 2: return n
    return fibonacci(n - 1) + fibonacci(n - 2)

fibonacci(25)

Detect home button press in android

It is impossible to detect and/or intercept the HOME button from within an Android app. This is built into the system to prevent malicious apps that cannot be exited.

How do I check out an SVN project into Eclipse as a Java project?

If it wasn't checked in as a Java Project, you can add the java nature as shown here.

Main differences between SOAP and RESTful web services in Java

REST is almost always going to be faster. The main advantage of SOAP is that it provides a mechanism for services to describe themselves to clients, and to advertise their existence.

REST is much more lightweight and can be implemented using almost any tool, leading to lower bandwidth and shorter learning curve. However, the clients have to know what to send and what to expect.

In general, When you're publishing an API to the outside world that is either complex or likely to change, SOAP will be more useful. Other than that, REST is usually the better option.

If strings starts with in PowerShell

$Group is an object, but you will actually need to check if $Group.samaccountname.StartsWith("string").

Change $Group.StartsWith("S_G_") to $Group.samaccountname.StartsWith("S_G_").

Adding IN clause List to a JPA Query

The proper JPA query format would be:

el.name IN :inclList

If you're using an older version of Hibernate as your provider you have to write:

el.name IN (:inclList)

but that is a bug (HHH-5126) (EDIT: which has been resolved by now).

How to create a global variable?

Global variables that are defined outside of any method or closure can be scope restricted by using the private keyword.

import UIKit

// MARK: Local Constants

private let changeSegueId = "MasterToChange"
private let bookSegueId   = "MasterToBook"

Using a PagedList with a ViewModel ASP.Net MVC

As Chris suggested the reason you're using ViewModel doesn't stop you from using PagedList. You need to form a collection of your ViewModel objects that needs to be send to the view for paging over.

Here is a step by step guide on how you can use PagedList for your viewmodel data.

Your viewmodel (I have taken a simple example for brevity and you can easily modify it to fit your needs.)

public class QuestionViewModel
{
        public int QuestionId { get; set; }
        public string QuestionName { get; set; }
}

and the Index method of your controller will be something like

public ActionResult Index(int? page)
{
     var questions = new[] {
           new QuestionViewModel { QuestionId = 1, QuestionName = "Question 1" },
           new QuestionViewModel { QuestionId = 1, QuestionName = "Question 2" },
           new QuestionViewModel { QuestionId = 1, QuestionName = "Question 3" },
           new QuestionViewModel { QuestionId = 1, QuestionName = "Question 4" }
     };

     int pageSize = 3;
     int pageNumber = (page ?? 1);
     return View(questions.ToPagedList(pageNumber, pageSize));
}

And your Index view

@model PagedList.IPagedList<ViewModel.QuestionViewModel>
@using PagedList.Mvc; 
<link href="/Content/PagedList.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />


<table>

@foreach (var item in Model) {
    <tr>
        <td>
            @Html.DisplayFor(modelItem => item.QuestionId)
        </td>
        <td>
            @Html.DisplayFor(modelItem => item.QuestionName)
        </td>
    </tr>
}

</table>

<br />

Page @(Model.PageCount < Model.PageNumber ? 0 : Model.PageNumber) of @Model.PageCount
@Html.PagedListPager( Model, page => Url.Action("Index", new { page }) )

Here is the SO link with my answer that has the step by step guide on how you can use PageList

Add new row to excel Table (VBA)

Just delete the table and create a new table with a different name. Also Don't delete entire row for that table. It seems when entire row containing table row is delete it damages the DataBodyRange is damaged

Limit on the WHERE col IN (...) condition

For MS SQL 2016, passing ints into the in, it looks like it can handle close to 38,000 records.

select * from user where userId in (1,2,3,etc)

How to call a function from another controller in angularjs?

The best approach for you to communicate between the two controllers is to use events.

See the scope documentation

In this check out $on, $broadcast and $emit.

Rebase array keys after unsetting elements

In my situation, I needed to retain unique keys with the array values, so I just used a second array:

$arr1 = array("alpha"=>"bravo","charlie"=>"delta","echo"=>"foxtrot");
unset($arr1);

$arr2 = array();
foreach($arr1 as $key=>$value) $arr2[$key] = $value;
$arr1 = $arr2
unset($arr2);

Wamp Server not goes to green color

I've had the above solutions work for me on many occasions, except one; that was after I buggered up an alias file - ie a file that allows the website folder to be located in another location other than the www folder. Here's the solution:

  1. Go to c:/wamp/alias
  2. Cut all of the alias files and paste in a temp folder somewhere
  3. Restart all WAMP services
  4. If the WAMP icon goes green, then add each alias file back to the alias folder one by one, restart WAMP, and when WAMP doesn't start, you know that alias file has some bad data in it. So, fix that file or delete it. Your choice.

Firebug like plugin for Safari browser

Firebug lite plugin in Safari extensions didn't work (it's made by slicefactory, I don't think it's offical). btw, #2 works for me!

Matplotlib tight_layout() doesn't take into account figure suptitle

You can adjust the subplot geometry in the very tight_layout call as follows:

fig.tight_layout(rect=[0, 0.03, 1, 0.95])

As it's stated in the documentation (https://matplotlib.org/users/tight_layout_guide.html):

tight_layout() only considers ticklabels, axis labels, and titles. Thus, other artists may be clipped and also may overlap.

Select columns based on string match - dplyr::select

Based on Piotr Migdals response I want to give an alternate solution enabling the possibility for a vector of strings:

myVectorOfStrings <- c("foo", "bar")
matchExpression <- paste(myVectorOfStrings, collapse = "|")
# [1] "foo|bar"
df %>% select(matches(matchExpression))

Making use of the regex OR operator (|)

ATTENTION: If you really have a plain vector of column names (and do not need the power of RegExpression), please see the comment below this answer (since it's the cleaner solution).

How to align form at the center of the page in html/css

Like this

demo

css

    body {
    background-color : #484848;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
}
h1 {
    color : #000000;
    text-align : center;
    font-family: "SIMPSON";
}
form {
    width: 300px;
    margin: 0 auto;
}

How to clean up R memory (without the need to restart my PC)?

Use ls() function to see what R objects are occupying space. use rm("objectName") to clear the objects from R memory that is no longer required. See this too.

MySQL compare DATE string with string from DATETIME field

SELECT * FROM `calendar` WHERE DATE_FORMAT(startTime, "%Y-%m-%d") = '2010-04-29'"

OR

SELECT * FROM `calendar` WHERE DATE(startTime) = '2010-04-29'

How do I change the hover over color for a hover over table in Bootstrap?

Give this a try:

.table-hover tbody tr:hover td, .table-hover tbody tr:hover th {
  background-color: #color;
}

Difference between == and ===

For example, if you create two instances of a class e.g. myClass:

var inst1 = myClass()
var inst2 = myClass()

you can compare those instances,

if inst1 === inst2

cited:

which you use to test whether two object references both refer to the same object instance.

Excerpt From: Apple Inc. “The Swift Programming Language.” iBooks. https://itun.es/sk/jEUH0.l

How do I set the selected item in a comboBox to match my string using C#?

SelectedText is to get or set the actual text in the string editor for the selected item in the combobox as documented here . This goes uneditable if you set:

comboBox1.DropDownStyle = System.Windows.Forms.ComboBoxStyle.DropDownList;

Use:

comboBox1.SelectedItem = "test1";

or:

comboBox1.SelectedIndex = comboBox1.Items.IndexOf("test1");

How to set a value for a span using jQuery

You can use this:

$("#submittername").html(submitter_name);

onchange equivalent in angular2

We can use Angular event bindings to respond to any DOM event. The syntax is simple. We surround the DOM event name in parentheses and assign a quoted template statement to it. -- reference

Since change is on the list of standard DOM events, we can use it:

(change)="saverange()"

In your particular case, since you're using NgModel, you could break up the two-way binding like this instead:

[ngModel]="range" (ngModelChange)="saverange($event)"

Then

saverange(newValue) {
  this.range = newValue;
  this.Platform.ready().then(() => {
     this.rootRef.child("users").child(this.UserID).child('range').set(this.range)
  })
} 

However, with this approach saverange() is called with every keystroke, so you're probably better off using (change).

How to get number of video views with YouTube API?

You can use JQuery, don't forget to replace Your-Api-Key string from the code below, follow the link to find your own Api key google developers console

<script>
    $.getJSON('https://www.googleapis.com/youtube/v3/videospart=statistics&id=Qq7mpb-hCBY&key=Your-Api-Key', function(data) {
        console.log("viewCount: ", data.items[ 0 ].statistics.viewCount);
    });
</script>

Django Reverse with arguments '()' and keyword arguments '{}' not found

This problems gave me great headache when i tried to use reverse for generating activation link and send it via email of course. So i think from tests.py it will be same. The correct way to do this is following:

from django.test import Client
from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse

#app name - name of the app where the url is defined
client= Client()
response = client.get(reverse('app_name:edit_project', project_id=4)) 

substring of an entire column in pandas dataframe

I needed to convert a single column of strings of form nn.n% to float. I needed to remove the % from the element in each row. The attend data frame has two columns.

attend.iloc[:,1:2]=attend.iloc[:,1:2].applymap(lambda x: float(x[:-1]))

Its an extenstion to the original answer. In my case it takes a dataframe and applies a function to each value in a specific column. The function removes the last character and converts the remaining string to float.

Cannot resolve the collation conflict between "SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS" and "Latin1_General_CI_AS" in the equal to operation

error (Cannot resolve the collation conflict between .... ) usually occurs while comparing data from multiple databases.

since you cannot change the collation of databases now, use COLLATE DATABASE_DEFAULT.

----------
AND db1.tbl1.fiel1 COLLATE DATABASE_DEFAULT =db2.tbl2.field2 COLLATE DATABASE_DEFAULT 

Trying to get the average of a count resultset

You just can put your query as a subquery:

SELECT avg(count)
  FROM 
    (
    SELECT COUNT (*) AS Count
      FROM Table T
     WHERE T.Update_time =
               (SELECT MAX (B.Update_time )
                  FROM Table B
                 WHERE (B.Id = T.Id))
    GROUP BY T.Grouping
    ) as counts

Edit: I think this should be the same:

SELECT count(*) / count(distinct T.Grouping)
  FROM Table T
 WHERE T.Update_time =
           (SELECT MAX (B.Update_time)
              FROM Table B
             WHERE (B.Id = T.Id))

Align contents inside a div

You can do it like this also:

HTML

<body>
    <div id="wrapper_1">
        <div id="container_1"></div>
    </div>
</body>

CSS

body { width: 100%; margin: 0; padding: 0; overflow: hidden; }

#wrapper_1 { clear: left; float: left; position: relative; left: 50%; }

#container_1 { display: block; float: left; position: relative; right: 50%; }

As Artem Russakovskii mentioned also, read the original article by Mattew James Taylor for full description.

Node.js/Express.js App Only Works on Port 3000

In bin/www, there is a line:

var port = normalizePort(process.env.PORT || '3000');

Try to modify it.

How to loop over a Class attributes in Java?

Simple way to iterate over class fields and obtain values from object:

 Class<?> c = obj.getClass();
 Field[] fields = c.getDeclaredFields();
 Map<String, Object> temp = new HashMap<String, Object>();

 for( Field field : fields ){
      try {
           temp.put(field.getName().toString(), field.get(obj));
      } catch (IllegalArgumentException e1) {
      } catch (IllegalAccessException e1) {
      }
 }

What's the easy way to auto create non existing dir in ansible

To ensure success with a full path use recurse=yes

- name: ensure custom facts directory exists
    file: >
      path=/etc/ansible/facts.d
      recurse=yes
      state=directory

How to take column-slices of dataframe in pandas

Also, Given a DataFrame

data

as in your example, if you would like to extract column a and d only (e.i. the 1st and the 4th column), iloc mothod from the pandas dataframe is what you need and could be used very effectively. All you need to know is the index of the columns you would like to extract. For example:

>>> data.iloc[:,[0,3]]

will give you

          a         d
0  0.883283  0.100975
1  0.614313  0.221731
2  0.438963  0.224361
3  0.466078  0.703347
4  0.955285  0.114033
5  0.268443  0.416996
6  0.613241  0.327548
7  0.370784  0.359159
8  0.692708  0.659410
9  0.806624  0.875476

Setting default values to null fields when mapping with Jackson

Make the member private and add a setter/getter pair. In your setter, if null, then set default value instead. Additionally, I have shown the snippet with the getter also returning a default when internal value is null.

class JavaObject {
    private static final String DEFAULT="Default Value";

    public JavaObject() {
    }

    @NotNull
    private String notNullMember;
    public void setNotNullMember(String value){
            if (value==null) { notNullMember=DEFAULT; return; }
            notNullMember=value;
            return;
    }

    public String getNotNullMember(){
            if (notNullMember==null) { return DEFAULT;}
            return notNullMember;
    }

    public String optionalMember;
}

Difference between Static methods and Instance methods

The basic paradigm in Java is that you write classes, and that those classes are instantiated. Instantiated objects (an instance of a class) have attributes associated with them (member variables) that affect their behavior; when the instance has its method executed it will refer to these variables.

However, all objects of a particular type might have behavior that is not dependent at all on member variables; these methods are best made static. By being static, no instance of the class is required to run the method.

You can do this to execute a static method:

MyClass.staticMethod();  // Simply refers to the class's static code

But to execute a non-static method, you must do this:

MyClass obj = new MyClass();//Create an instance
obj.nonstaticMethod();  // Refer to the instance's class's code

On a deeper level the compiler, when it puts a class together, collects pointers to methods and attaches them to the class. When those methods are executed it follows the pointers and executes the code at the far end. If a class is instantiated, the created object contains a pointer to the "virtual method table", which points to the methods to be called for that particular class in the inheritance hierarchy. However, if the method is static, no "virtual method table" is needed: all calls to that method go to the exact same place in memory to execute the exact same code. For that reason, in high-performance systems it's better to use a static method if you are not reliant on instance variables.

JAX-WS and BASIC authentication, when user names and passwords are in a database

In your client SOAP handler you need to set javax.xml.ws.security.auth.username and javax.xml.ws.security.auth.password property as follow:

public class ClientHandler implements SOAPHandler<SOAPMessageContext>{

    public boolean handleMessage(final SOAPMessageContext soapMessageContext)
    {
        final Boolean outInd = (Boolean)soapMessageContext.get(MessageContext.MESSAGE_OUTBOUND_PROPERTY);
        if (outInd.booleanValue())
        {
          try 
          {
               soapMessageContext.put("javax.xml.ws.security.auth.username", <ClientUserName>);
               soapMessageContext.put("javax.xml.ws.security.auth.password", <ClientPassword>);
          } 
          catch (Exception e)
          {
               e.printStackTrace();
               return false;
          }
         }
      return true;
     }
}

Delete with Join in MySQL

Single Table Delete:

In order to delete entries from posts table:

DELETE ps 
FROM clients C 
INNER JOIN projects pj ON C.client_id = pj.client_id
INNER JOIN posts ps ON pj.project_id = ps.project_id
WHERE C.client_id = :client_id;

In order to delete entries from projects table:

DELETE pj 
FROM clients C 
INNER JOIN projects pj ON C.client_id = pj.client_id
INNER JOIN posts ps ON pj.project_id = ps.project_id
WHERE C.client_id = :client_id;

In order to delete entries from clients table:

DELETE C
FROM clients C 
INNER JOIN projects pj ON C.client_id = pj.client_id
INNER JOIN posts ps ON pj.project_id = ps.project_id
WHERE C.client_id = :client_id;

Multiple Tables Delete:

In order to delete entries from multiple tables out of the joined results you need to specify the table names after DELETE as comma separated list:

Suppose you want to delete entries from all the three tables (posts,projects,clients) for a particular client :

DELETE C,pj,ps 
FROM clients C 
INNER JOIN projects pj ON C.client_id = pj.client_id
INNER JOIN posts ps ON pj.project_id = ps.project_id
WHERE C.client_id = :client_id

How do you give iframe 100% height

You can do it with CSS:

<iframe style="position: absolute; height: 100%; border: none"></iframe>

Be aware that this will by default place it in the upper-left corner of the page, but I guess that is what you want to achieve. You can position with the left,right, top and bottom CSS properties.

In C#, how to check if a TCP port is available?

When you set up a TCP connection, the 4-tuple (source-ip, source-port, dest-ip, dest-port) has to be unique - this is to ensure packets are delivered to the right place.

There is a further restriction on the server side that only one server program can bind to an incoming port number (assuming one IP address; multi-NIC servers have other powers but we don't need to discuss them here).

So, at the server end, you:

  • create a socket.
  • bind that socket to a port.
  • listen on that port.
  • accept connections on that port. and there can be multiple connections coming in (one per client).

On the client end, it's usually a little simpler:

  • create a socket.
  • open the connection. When a client opens the connection, it specifies the ip address and port of the server. It can specify its source port but usually uses zero which results in the system assigning it a free port automatically.

There is no requirement that the destination IP/port be unique since that would result in only one person at a time being able to use Google, and that would pretty well destroy their business model.

This means you can even do such wondrous things as multi-session FTP since you set up multiple sessions where the only difference is your source port, allowing you to download chunks in parallel. Torrents are a little different in that the destination of each session is usually different.

And, after all that waffling (sorry), the answer to your specific question is that you don't need to specify a free port. If you're connecting to a server with a call that doesn't specify your source port, it'll almost certainly be using zero under the covers and the system will give you an unused one.

bootstrap initially collapsed element

need to delete show from class:

<div id="collapseOne" class="collapse show" aria-labelledby="headingOne" data-parent="#accordion">

It have to be

<div id="collapseOne" class="collapse" aria-labelledby="headingOne" data-parent="#accordion">

How to extract extension from filename string in Javascript?

This is the solution if your file has more . (dots) in the name.

<script type="text/javascript">var x = "file1.asdf.txt";
var y = x.split(".");
alert(y[(y.length)-1]);</script>

Named parameters in JDBC

You can't use named parameters in JDBC itself. You could try using Spring framework, as it has some extensions that allow the use of named parameters in queries.

What is the difference between dynamic programming and greedy approach?

With the reference of Biswajit Roy: Dynamic Programming firstly plans then Go. and Greedy algorithm uses greedy choice, it firstly Go then continuously Plans.

Maven version with a property

The version of the pom.xml should be valid

<groupId>com.amazonaws.lambda</groupId>
<artifactId>lambda</artifactId>
<version>2.2.4 SNAPSHOT</version>
<packaging>jar</packaging>

This version should not be like 2.2.4. etc

If file exists then delete the file

IF both POS_History_bim_data_*.zip and POS_History_bim_data_*.zip.trg exists in  Y:\ExternalData\RSIDest\ Folder then Delete File Y:\ExternalData\RSIDest\Target_slpos_unzip_done.dat

How to display special characters in PHP

In PHP there is a pretty good function utf8_encode() to solve this issue.

echo utf8_encode("Résumé");

//will output Résumé instead of R?sum?

Check the official PHP page.

What does a lazy val do?

This feature helps not only delaying expensive calculations, but is also useful to construct mutual dependent or cyclic structures. E.g. this leads to an stack overflow:

trait Foo { val foo: Foo }
case class Fee extends Foo { val foo = Faa() }
case class Faa extends Foo { val foo = Fee() }

println(Fee().foo)
//StackOverflowException

But with lazy vals it works fine

trait Foo { val foo: Foo }
case class Fee extends Foo { lazy val foo = Faa() }
case class Faa extends Foo { lazy val foo = Fee() }

println(Fee().foo)
//Faa()

Select and trigger click event of a radio button in jquery

You are triggering the event before the event is even bound.

Just move the triggering of the event to after attaching the event.

$(document).ready(function() {
  $("#checkbox_div input:radio").click(function() {

    alert("clicked");

   });

  $("input:radio:first").prop("checked", true).trigger("click");

});

Check Fiddle

size of struct in C

Your default alignment is probably 4 bytes. Either the 30 byte element got 32, or the structure as a whole was rounded up to the next 4 byte interval.

How to add a new row to an empty numpy array

Here is my solution:

arr = []
arr.append([1,2,3])
arr.append([4,5,6])
np_arr = np.array(arr)

NuGet auto package restore does not work with MSBuild

UPDATED with latest official NuGet documentation as of v3.3.0

Package Restore Approaches

NuGet offers three approaches to using package restore.


Automatic Package Restore is the NuGet team's recommended approach to Package Restore within Visual Studio, and it was introduced in NuGet 2.7. Beginning with NuGet 2.7, the NuGet Visual Studio extension integrates into Visual Studio's build events and restores missing packages when a build begins. This feature is enabled by default, but developers can opt out if desired.


Here's how it works:

  1. On project or solution build, Visual Studio raises an event that a build is beginning within the solution.
  2. NuGet responds to this event and checks for packages.config files included in the solution.
  3. For each packages.config file found, its packages are enumerated and Checked for exists in the solution's packages folder.
  4. Any missing packages are downloaded from the user's configured (and enabled) package sources, respecting the order of the package sources.
  5. As packages are downloaded, they are unzipped into the solution's packages folder.

If you have Nuget 2.7+ installed; it's important to pick one method for > managing Automatic Package Restore in Visual Studio.

Two methods are available:

  1. (Nuget 2.7+): Visual Studio -> Tools -> Package Manager -> Package Manager Settings -> Enable Automatic Package Restore
  2. (Nuget 2.6 and below) Right clicking on a solution and clicking "Enable Package Restore for this solution".


Command-Line Package Restore is required when building a solution from the command-line; it was introduced in early versions of NuGet, but was improved in NuGet 2.7.

nuget.exe restore contoso.sln

The MSBuild-integrated package restore approach is the original Package Restore implementation and though it continues to work in many scenarios, it does not cover the full set of scenarios addressed by the other two approaches.

Responsive Images with CSS

Use max-width:100%;, height: auto; and display:block; as follow:

image {
    max-width:100%;
    height: auto;
    display:block;
}

Go to next item in ForEach-Object

You may want to use the Continue statement to continue with the innermost loop.

Excerpt from PowerShell help file:

In a script, the continue statement causes program flow to move immediately to the top of the innermost loop controlled by any of these statements:

  • for
  • foreach
  • while

Changing Locale within the app itself

Through the original question is not exactly about the locale itself all other locale related questions are referencing to this one. That's why I wanted to clarify the issue here. I used this question as a starting point for my own locale switching code and found out that the method is not exactly correct. It works, but only until any configuration change (e.g. screen rotation) and only in that particular Activity. Playing with a code for a while I have ended up with the following approach:

I have extended android.app.Application and added the following code:

public class MyApplication extends Application
{
    private Locale locale = null;

    @Override
    public void onConfigurationChanged(Configuration newConfig)
    {
        super.onConfigurationChanged(newConfig);
        if (locale != null)
        {
            newConfig.locale = locale;
            Locale.setDefault(locale);
            getBaseContext().getResources().updateConfiguration(newConfig, getBaseContext().getResources().getDisplayMetrics());
        }
    }

    @Override
    public void onCreate()
    {
        super.onCreate();

        SharedPreferences settings = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(this);

        Configuration config = getBaseContext().getResources().getConfiguration();

        String lang = settings.getString(getString(R.string.pref_locale), "");
        if (! "".equals(lang) && ! config.locale.getLanguage().equals(lang))
        {
            locale = new Locale(lang);
            Locale.setDefault(locale);
            config.locale = locale;
            getBaseContext().getResources().updateConfiguration(config, getBaseContext().getResources().getDisplayMetrics());
        }
    }
}

This code ensures that every Activity will have custom locale set and it will not be reset on rotation and other events.

I have also spent a lot of time trying to make the preference change to be applied immediately but didn't succeed: the language changed correctly on Activity restart, but number formats and other locale properties were not applied until full application restart.

Changes to AndroidManifest.xml

Don't forget to add android:configChanges="layoutDirection|locale" to every activity at AndroidManifest, as well as the android:name=".MyApplication" to the <application> element.

Entity Framework change connection at runtime

DbContext has a constructor overload that accepts the name of a connection string or a connection string itself. Implement your own version and pass it to the base constructor:

public class MyDbContext : DbContext
{
    public MyDbContext( string nameOrConnectionString ) 
        : base( nameOrConnectionString )
    {
    }
}

Then simply pass the name of a configured connection string or a connection string itself when you instantiate your DbContext

var context = new MyDbContext( "..." );

How to make the HTML link activated by clicking on the <li>?

Or you can create an empty link at the end of your <li>:

<a href="link"></a>

.menu li{position:relative;padding:0;}
.link{
     bottom: 0;
     left: 0;
     position: absolute;
     right: 0;
     top: 0;
}

This will create a full clickable <li> and keep your formatting on your real link. It could be useful for <div> tag as well

Android Studio - Auto complete and other features not working

There can be several things which cause this.

  1. Make sure you've write the correct version in targetSdkVersion and compileSdkVersion.
  2. Make sure targetSdkVersion and compileSdkVersion are same.

Other solutions can be:

  1. Invalidate caches & restart Android Studio from File ? Invalidate Caches / Restarts...
  2. Clean your project from Build ? Clean Project
  3. Rebuild project from Build ? Rebuild Project
  4. Make project from Build ? Make Project [this process may take some time]

The most efficient way to remove first N elements in a list?

Python lists were not made to operate on the beginning of the list and are very ineffective at this operation.

While you can write

mylist = [1, 2 ,3 ,4]
mylist.pop(0)

It's very inefficient.


If you only want to delete items from your list, you can do this with del:

del mylist[:n]

Which is also really fast:

In [34]: %%timeit
help=range(10000)
while help:
    del help[:1000]
   ....:
10000 loops, best of 3: 161 µs per loop

If you need to obtain elements from the beginning of the list, you should use collections.deque by Raymond Hettinger and its popleft() method.

from collections import deque

deque(['f', 'g', 'h', 'i', 'j'])

>>> d.pop()                          # return and remove the rightmost item
'j'
>>> d.popleft()                      # return and remove the leftmost item
'f'

A comparison:

list + pop(0)

In [30]: %%timeit
   ....: help=range(10000)
   ....: while help:
   ....:     help.pop(0)
   ....:
100 loops, best of 3: 17.9 ms per loop

deque + popleft()

In [33]: %%timeit
help=deque(range(10000))
while help:
    help.popleft()
   ....:
1000 loops, best of 3: 812 µs per loop

How to split string using delimiter char using T-SQL?

You simply need to do a SUBSTR on the string in col3....

    Select col1, col2, REPLACE(substr(col3, instr(col3, 'Client Name'), 
    (instr(col3, '|', instr(col3, 'Client Name')  -
    instr(col3, 'Client Name'))
    ),
'Client Name = ',
'')
    from Table01 

And yes, that is a bad DB design for the reasons stated in the original issue

Generating random numbers with normal distribution in Excel

As @osknows said in a comment above (rather than an answer which is why I am adding this), the Analysis Pack includes Random Number Generation functions (e.g. NORM.DIST, NORM.INV) to generate a set of numbers. A good summary link is at http://www.bettersolutions.com/excel/EUN147/YI231420881.htm.

How do I set hostname in docker-compose?

I needed to spin freeipa container to have a working kdc and had to give it a hostname otherwise it wouldn't run. What eventually did work for me is setting the HOSTNAME env variable in compose:

version: 2
services:
  freeipa:
    environment:
      - HOSTNAME=ipa.example.test

Now its working:

docker exec -it freeipa_freeipa_1 hostname
ipa.example.test

How to convert a string or integer to binary in Ruby?

You have Integer#to_s(base) and String#to_i(base) available to you.

Integer#to_s(base) converts a decimal number to a string representing the number in the base specified:

9.to_s(2) #=> "1001"

while the reverse is obtained with String#to_i(base):

"1001".to_i(2) #=> 9

C++ Calling a function from another class

in A you have used a definition of B which is not given until then , that's why the compiler is giving error .

How do I delete a local repository in git?

Delete the .git directory in the root-directory of your repository if you only want to delete the git-related information (branches, versions).

If you want to delete everything (git-data, code, etc), just delete the whole directory.

.git directories are hidden by default, so you'll need to be able to view hidden files to delete it.

LISTAGG function: "result of string concatenation is too long"

Thank you for advices. I had the same problem when concatenate several fields, but even xmlagg not helped me - I still got the ORA-01489. After several attempts I found the cause and solution:

  1. Cause: one of fields in my xmlagg stores large text;
  2. Solution: apply to_clob() function.

Example:

rtrim(xmlagg(xmlelement(t, t.field1 ||'|'|| 
                           t.field2 ||'|'|| 
                           t.field3 ||'|'|| 
                           to_clob(t.field4),'; ').extract('//text()')).GetClobVal(),',')

Hope this help anybody.

Where is the default log location for SharePoint/MOSS?

In Sharepoint Server 2010 they are stored here:

"c:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\14\LOGS"

To view them you can use ULS Viewer by Microsoft (unsupported). http://ulsviewer.codeplex.com/

.gitignore all the .DS_Store files in every folder and subfolder

Step :1)Remove the existing files using this command

find . -name .DS_Store -print0 | xargs -0 git rm -f --ignore-unmatch

Step : 2)Add .DS_Store in your .gitignore file

Step :3) Commit your changes in .gitignore git add .gitignore git commit -m "removed .DS_Store"

When to use React setState callback

Consider setState call

this.setState({ counter: this.state.counter + 1 })

IDEA

setState may be called in async function

So you cannot rely on this. If the above call was made inside a async function this will refer to state of component at that point of time but we expected this to refer to property inside state at time setState calling or beginning of async task. And as task was async call thus that property may have changed in time being. Thus it is unreliable to use this keyword to refer to some property of state thus we use callback function whose arguments are previousState and props which means when async task was done and it was time to update state using setState call prevState will refer to state now when setState has not started yet. Ensuring reliability that nextState would not be corrupted.

Wrong Code: would lead to corruption of data

this.setState(
   {counter:this.state.counter+1}
 );

Correct Code with setState having call back function:

 this.setState(
       (prevState,props)=>{
           return {counter:prevState.counter+1};
        }
    );

Thus whenever we need to update our current state to next state based on value possed by property just now and all this is happening in async fashion it is good idea to use setState as callback function.

I have tried to explain it in codepen here CODE PEN

@Directive vs @Component in Angular

If you refer the official angular docs

https://angular.io/guide/attribute-directives

There are three kinds of directives in Angular:

  1. Components—directives with a template.
  2. Structural directives—change the DOM layout by adding and removing DOM elements. e.g *ngIf
  3. Attribute directives—change the appearance or behavior of an element, component, or another directive. e.g [ngClass].

As the Application grows we find difficulty in maintaining all these codes. For reusability purpose, we separate our logic in smart components and dumb components and we use directives (structural or attribute) to make changes in the DOM.

Differentiate between function overloading and function overriding

in overloading function with same name having different parameters whereas in overridding function having same name as well as same parameters replace the base class to the derived class (inherited class)

Jackson overcoming underscores in favor of camel-case

If you want this for a Single Class, you can use the PropertyNamingStrategy with the @JsonNaming, something like this:

@JsonNaming(PropertyNamingStrategy.LowerCaseWithUnderscoresStrategy.class)
public static class Request {

    String businessName;
    String businessLegalName;

}

Will serialize to:

{
    "business_name" : "",
    "business_legal_name" : ""
}

Since Jackson 2.7 the LowerCaseWithUnderscoresStrategy in deprecated in favor of SnakeCaseStrategy, so you should use:

@JsonNaming(PropertyNamingStrategy.SnakeCaseStrategy.class)
public static class Request {

    String businessName;
    String businessLegalName;

}

What is the reason for the error message "System cannot find the path specified"?

There is not only 1 %SystemRoot%\System32 on Windows x64. There are 2 such directories.

The real %SystemRoot%\System32 directory is for 64-bit applications. This directory contains a 64-bit cmd.exe.

But there is also %SystemRoot%\SysWOW64 for 32-bit applications. This directory is used if a 32-bit application accesses %SystemRoot%\System32. It contains a 32-bit cmd.exe.

32-bit applications can access %SystemRoot%\System32 for 64-bit applications by using the alias %SystemRoot%\Sysnative in path.

For more details see the Microsoft documentation about File System Redirector.

So the subdirectory run was created either in %SystemRoot%\System32 for 64-bit applications and 32-bit cmd is run for which this directory does not exist because there is no subdirectory run in %SystemRoot%\SysWOW64 which is %SystemRoot%\System32 for 32-bit cmd.exe or the subdirectory run was created in %SystemRoot%\System32 for 32-bit applications and 64-bit cmd is run for which this directory does not exist because there is no subdirectory run in %SystemRoot%\System32 as this subdirectory exists only in %SystemRoot%\SysWOW64.

The following code could be used at top of the batch file in case of subdirectory run is in %SystemRoot%\System32 for 64-bit applications:

@echo off
set "SystemPath=%SystemRoot%\System32"
if not "%ProgramFiles(x86)%" == "" if exist %SystemRoot%\Sysnative\* set "SystemPath=%SystemRoot%\Sysnative"

Every console application in System32\run directory must be executed with %SystemPath% in the batch file, for example %SystemPath%\run\YourApp.exe.

How it works?

There is no environment variable ProgramFiles(x86) on Windows x86 and therefore there is really only one %SystemRoot%\System32 as defined at top.

But there is defined the environment variable ProgramFiles(x86) with a value on Windows x64. So it is additionally checked on Windows x64 if there are files in %SystemRoot%\Sysnative. In this case the batch file is processed currently by 32-bit cmd.exe and only in this case %SystemRoot%\Sysnative needs to be used at all. Otherwise %SystemRoot%\System32 can be used also on Windows x64 as when the batch file is processed by 64-bit cmd.exe, this is the directory containing the 64-bit console applications (and the subdirectory run).

Note: %SystemRoot%\Sysnative is not a directory! It is not possible to cd to %SystemRoot%\Sysnative or use if exist %SystemRoot%\Sysnative or if exist %SystemRoot%\Sysnative\. It is a special alias existing only for 32-bit executables and therefore it is necessary to check if one or more files exist on using this path by using if exist %SystemRoot%\Sysnative\cmd.exe or more general if exist %SystemRoot%\Sysnative\*.

extract part of a string using bash/cut/split

Using a single Awk:

... | awk -F '[/:]' '{print $5}'

That is, using as field separator either / or :, the username is always in field 5.

To store it in a variable:

username=$(... | awk -F '[/:]' '{print $5}')

A more flexible implementation with sed that doesn't require username to be field 5:

... | sed -e s/:.*// -e s?.*/??

That is, delete everything from : and beyond, and then delete everything up until the last /. sed is probably faster too than awk, so this alternative is definitely better.

avrdude: stk500v2_ReceiveMessage(): timeout

If you use the ino command line:

ino upload

it can be because you use the arduino software at the same time, try to kill it.

This Row already belongs to another table error when trying to add rows?

foreach (DataRow dr in dtSpecificOrders.rows)
{
   dtSpecificOrders.Rows.Add(dr.ItemArray); 
}

PHP: convert spaces in string into %20?

I believe that, if you need to use the %20 variant, you could perhaps use rawurlencode().

Loop X number of times

Here is a simple way to loop any number of times in PowerShell.

It is the same as the for loop above, but much easier to understand for newer programmers and scripters. It uses a range, and foreach. A range is defined as:

range = lower..upper

or

$range = 1..10

A range can be used directly in a for loop as well, although not the most optimal approach, any performance loss or additional instruction to process would be unnoticeable. The solution is below:

foreach($i in 1..10){
    Write-Host $i
}

Or in your case:

$ActiveCampaigns = 10
foreach($i in 1..$ActiveCampaigns)
{
    Write-Host $i
    If($i==$ActiveCampaigns){
        // Do your stuff on the last iteration here
    }
}

How can I get a specific field of a csv file?

import csv
mycsv = csv.reader(open(myfilepath))
for row in mycsv:
   text = row[1]

Following the comments to the SO question here, a best, more robust code would be:

import csv
with open(myfilepath, 'rb') as f:
    mycsv = csv.reader(f)
    for row in mycsv:
        text = row[1]
        ............

Update: If what the OP actually wants is the last string in the last row of the csv file, there are several aproaches that not necesarily needs csv. For example,

fulltxt = open(mifilepath, 'rb').read()
laststring = fulltxt.split(',')[-1]

This is not good for very big files because you load the complete text in memory but could be ok for small files. Note that laststring could include a newline character so strip it before use.

And finally if what the OP wants is the second string in line n (for n=2):

Update 2: This is now the same code than the one in the answer from J.F.Sebastian. (The credit is for him):

import csv
line_number = 2     
with open(myfilepath, 'rb') as f:
    mycsv = csv.reader(f)
    mycsv = list(mycsv)
    text = mycsv[line_number][1]
    ............

How to recover corrupted Eclipse workspace?

I know this sounds obvious, but if I'm writing code for a living I would be sure to do a full backup weekly, with corresponding incremental backups daily.

Simple and easy recovery.

For a simple way to backup your eclipse directory and assuming your using Linux, you could use rsync.

rsync -ar <eclipse-dir> <backup-eclipse-dir>

You can put this in cron and have it backup your files automatically. It will only copy over the changed files to your backup-eclipse-dir on subsequent runs.

DB2 SQL error sqlcode=-104 sqlstate=42601

You miss the from clause

SELECT *  from TCCAWZTXD.TCC_COIL_DEMODATA WHERE CURRENT_INSERTTIME  BETWEEN(CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)-5 minutes AND CURRENT_TIMESTAMP

How to get device make and model on iOS?

I've optimized NicolasMiari's implementation, and added Simulator, here:

+ (NSString*)deviceName {

  static NSDictionary* deviceNamesByCode = nil;
  static NSString* deviceName = nil;

  if (deviceName) {
    return deviceName;
  }

  deviceNamesByCode = @{
    @"i386"      :@"Simulator",
    @"iPod1,1"   :@"iPod Touch",      // (Original)
    @"iPod2,1"   :@"iPod Touch",      // (Second Generation)
    @"iPod3,1"   :@"iPod Touch",      // (Third Generation)
    @"iPod4,1"   :@"iPod Touch",      // (Fourth Generation)
    @"iPhone1,1" :@"iPhone",          // (Original)
    @"iPhone1,2" :@"iPhone",          // (3G)
    @"iPhone2,1" :@"iPhone",          // (3GS)
    @"iPad1,1"   :@"iPad",            // (Original)
    @"iPad2,1"   :@"iPad 2",          //
    @"iPad3,1"   :@"iPad",            // (3rd Generation)
    @"iPhone3,1" :@"iPhone 4",        //
    @"iPhone4,1" :@"iPhone 4S",       //
    @"iPhone5,1" :@"iPhone 5",        // (model A1428, AT&T/Canada)
    @"iPhone5,2" :@"iPhone 5",        // (model A1429, everything else)
    @"iPad3,4"   :@"iPad",            // (4th Generation)
    @"iPad2,5"   :@"iPad Mini",       // (Original)
    @"iPhone5,3" :@"iPhone 5c",       // (model A1456, A1532 | GSM)
    @"iPhone5,4" :@"iPhone 5c",       // (model A1507, A1516, A1526 (China), A1529 | Global)
    @"iPhone6,1" :@"iPhone 5s",       // (model A1433, A1533 | GSM)
    @"iPhone6,2" :@"iPhone 5s",       // (model A1457, A1518, A1528 (China), A1530 | Global)
    @"iPad4,1"   :@"iPad Air",        // 5th Generation iPad (iPad Air) - Wifi
    @"iPad4,2"   :@"iPad Air",        // 5th Generation iPad (iPad Air) - Cellular
    @"iPad4,4"   :@"iPad Mini",       // (2nd Generation iPad Mini - Wifi)
    @"iPad4,5"   :@"iPad Mini"        // (2nd Generation iPad Mini - Cellular)
  };

  struct utsname systemInfo;
  uname(&systemInfo);
  NSString* code = [NSString stringWithCString:systemInfo.machine encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];

  deviceName = [deviceNamesByCode objectForKey:code];

  if (!deviceName) {
    // Not found in database. At least guess main device type from string contents:

    if ([code rangeOfString:@"iPod"].location != NSNotFound) {
      deviceName = @"iPod Touch";
    } else if([code rangeOfString:@"iPad"].location != NSNotFound) {
      deviceName = @"iPad";
    } else if([code rangeOfString:@"iPhone"].location != NSNotFound){
      deviceName = @"iPhone";
    } else {
      deviceName = @"Simulator";
    }
  }

  return deviceName;
}

```

How to programmatically get iOS status bar height

While the status bar is usually 20pt tall, it can be twice that amount in some situations:

  • when you're in the middle of a phone call (that's a pretty common scenario);
  • when the voice recorder, or Skype, or a similar app, is using the microphone in the background;
  • when Personal Hotspot is activated;

Just try it, and you'll see for yourself. Hardcoding the height to 20pt will usually work, until it doesn't.

So I second H2CO3's answer:

statusBarHeight = [[UIApplication sharedApplication] statusBarFrame].size.height;

SASS - use variables across multiple files

How about writing some color-based class in a global sass file, thus we don't need to care where variables are. Just like the following:

// base.scss 
@import "./_variables.scss";

.background-color{
    background: $bg-color;
}

and then, we can use the background-color class in any file. My point is that I don't need to import variable.scss in any file, just use it.

Programmatic equivalent of default(Type)

Equivalent to Dror's answer but as an extension method:

namespace System
{
    public static class TypeExtensions
    {
        public static object Default(this Type type)
        {
            object output = null;

            if (type.IsValueType)
            {
                output = Activator.CreateInstance(type);
            }

            return output;
        }
    }
}

pip not working in Python Installation in Windows 10

instead of typing in "python". try using "py". for ex:

py -m pip install    packagename
py -m pip --install  packagename
py -m pip --upgrade  packagename
py -m pip upgrade    packagename

note: this should be done in the command prompt "cmd" and not in python idle. also FYI pip is installed with python 3.6 automatically.

How do I fix the error "Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally permitted"?

You are debugging two or more times. so the application may run more at a time. Then only this issue will occur. You should close all debugging applications using task-manager, Then debug again.

Powershell: Get FQDN Hostname

How about this

$FQDN=[System.Net.Dns]::GetHostByName($VM).Hostname.Split('.')
[int]$i = 1
[int]$x = 0
[string]$Domain = $null
do {
    $x = $i-$FQDN.Count
    $Domain = $Domain+$FQDN[$x]+"."
    $i = $i + 1
} until ( $i -eq $FQDN.Count )
$Domain = $Domain.TrimEnd(".")

Eclipse keyboard shortcut to indent source code to the left?

In my copy, Shift + Tab does this, as long as I have a code selection, and am in a code window.

MySQL select 10 random rows from 600K rows fast

This is super fast and is 100% random even if you have gaps.

  1. Count the number x of rows that you have available SELECT COUNT(*) as rows FROM TABLE
  2. Pick 10 distinct random numbers a_1,a_2,...,a_10 between 0 and x
  3. Query your rows like this: SELECT * FROM TABLE LIMIT 1 offset a_i for i=1,...,10

I found this hack in the book SQL Antipatterns from Bill Karwin.

TypeError: no implicit conversion of Symbol into Integer

Ive come across this many times in my work, an easy work around that I found is to ask if the array element is a Hash by class.

if i.class == Hash

    notation like i[:label] will work in this block and not throw that error

end

How does one reorder columns in a data frame?

dplyr version 1.0.0 includes the relocate() function to easily reorder columns:

dat <- data.frame(Time=c(1,2), In=c(2,3), Out=c(3,4), Files=c(4,5))

library(dplyr) # from version 1.0.0 only

dat %>%
  relocate(Out, .before = In)

or

dat %>%
  relocate(Out, .after = Time)

The service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or because it has no enabled devices associated with it

This error can occur on anything that requires elevated privileges in Windows.

It happens when the "Application Information" service is disabled in Windows services. There are a few viruses that use this as an attack vector to prevent people from removing the virus. It also prevents people from installing software to remove viruses.

The normal way to fix this would be to run services.msc, or to go into Administrative Tools and run "Services". However, you will not be able to do that if the "Application Information" service is disabled.

Instead, reboot your computer into Safe Mode (reboot and press F8 until the Windows boot menu appears, select Safe Mode with Networking). Then run services.msc and look for services that are designated as "Disabled" in the Startup Type column. Change these "Disabled" services to "Automatic".

Make sure the "Application Information" service is set to a Startup Type of "Automatic".

When you are done enabling your services, click Ok at the bottom of the tool and reboot your computer back into normal mode. The problem should be resolved when Windows reboots.

Run multiple python scripts concurrently

The most simple way in my opinion would be to use the PyCharm IDE and install the 'multirun' plugin. I tried alot of the solutions here but this one worked for me in the end!

Add another class to a div

I am facing the same issue. If parent element is hidden then after showing the element chosen drop down are not showing. This is not a perfect solution but it solved my issue. After showing the element you can use following code.

function onshowelement() { $('.chosen').chosen('destroy'); $(".chosen").chosen({ width: '100%' }); }

Is it possible to create a File object from InputStream

Easy Java 9 solution with try with resources block

public static void copyInputStreamToFile(InputStream input, File file) {  

    try (OutputStream output = new FileOutputStream(file)) {
        input.transferTo(output);
    } catch (IOException ioException) {
        ioException.printStackTrace();
    }

}

java.io.InputStream#transferTo is available since Java 9.

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

The difference is that Any is an extension method for any IEnumerable<T> defined on System.Linq.Enumerable. It can be used on any IEnumerable<T> instance.

Exists does not appear to be an extension method. My guess is that coll is of type List<T>. If so Exists is an instance method which functions very similar to Any.

In short, the methods are essentially the same. One is more general than the other.

  • Any also has an overload which takes no parameters and simply looks for any item in the enumerable.
  • Exists has no such overload.

How do I join two SQLite tables in my Android application?

"Ambiguous column" usually means that the same column name appears in at least two tables; the database engine can't tell which one you want. Use full table names or table aliases to remove the ambiguity.

Here's an example I happened to have in my editor. It's from someone else's problem, but should make sense anyway.

select P.* 
from product_has_image P
inner join highest_priority_images H 
        on (H.id_product = P.id_product and H.priority = p.priority)

What is the difference between JAX-RS and JAX-WS?

Can JAX-RS do Asynchronous Request like JAX-WS?

Yes, it can surely do use @Async

Can JAX-RS access a web service that is not running on the Java platform, and vice versa?

Yes, it can Do

What does it mean by "REST is particularly useful for limited-profile devices, such as PDAs and mobile phones"?

It is mainly use for public apis it depends on which approach you want to use.

What does it mean by "JAX-RS do not require XML messages or WSDL service–API definitions?

It has its own standards WADL(Web application Development Language) it has http request by which you can access resources they are altogether created by different mindset,In case in Jax-Rs you have to think of exposing resources

Mongoose: findOneAndUpdate doesn't return updated document

By default findOneAndUpdate returns the original document. If you want it to return the modified document pass an options object { new: true } to the function:

Cat.findOneAndUpdate({ age: 17 }, { $set: { name: "Naomi" } }, { new: true }, function(err, doc) {

});

Should I put input elements inside a label element?

As most people have said, both ways work indeed, but I think only the first one should. Being semantically strict, the label does not "contain" the input. In my opinion, containment (parent/child) relationship in the markup structure should reflect containment in the visual output. i.e., an element surrounding another one in the markup should be drawn around that one in the browser. According to this, the label should be the input's sibling, not it's parent. So option number two is arbitrary and confusing. Everyone that has read the Zen of Python will probably agree (Flat is better than nested, Sparse is better than dense, There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious way to do it...).

Because of decisions like that from W3C and major browser vendors (allowing "whichever way you prefer to do it", instead of "do it the right way") is that the web is so messed up today and we developers have to deal with tangled and so diverse legacy code.

How to delete multiple files at once in Bash on Linux?

if you want to delete all files that belong to a directory at once. For example: your Directory name is "log" and "log" directory include abc.log.2012-03-14, abc.log.2012-03-15,... etc files. You have to be above the log directory and:

rm -rf /log/*

How to avoid installing "Unlimited Strength" JCE policy files when deploying an application?

You could use method

javax.crypto.Cipher.getMaxAllowedKeyLength(String transformation)

to test the available key length, use that and inform the user about what is going on. Something stating that your application is falling back to 128 bit keys due to the policy files not being installed, for example. Security conscious users will install the policy files, others will continue using weaker keys.

MIME types missing in IIS 7 for ASP.NET - 404.17

There are two reasons you might get this message:

  1. ASP.Net is not configured. For this run from Administrator command %FrameworkDir%\%FrameworkVersion%\aspnet_regiis -i. Read the message carefully. On Windows8/IIS8 it may say that this is no longer supported and you may have to use Turn Windows Features On/Off dialog in Install/Uninstall a Program in Control Panel.
  2. Another reason this may happen is because your App Pool is not configured correctly. For example, you created website for WordPress and you also want to throw in few aspx files in there, WordPress creates app pool that says don't run CLR stuff. To fix this just open up App Pool and enable CLR.

What REALLY happens when you don't free after malloc?

What's the real result here?

Your program leaked the memory. Depending on your OS, it may have been recovered.

Most modern desktop operating systems do recover leaked memory at process termination, making it sadly common to ignore the problem, as can be seen by many other answers here.)

But you are relying on a safety feature you should not rely upon, and your program (or function) might run on a system where this behaviour does result in a "hard" memory leak, next time.

You might be running in kernel mode, or on vintage / embedded operating systems which do not employ memory protection as a tradeoff. (MMUs take up die space, memory protection costs additional CPU cycles, and it is not too much to ask from a programmer to clean up after himself).

You can use and re-use memory any way you like, but make sure you deallocated all resources before exiting.

How to open generated pdf using jspdf in new window

this code will help you to open generated pdf in new tab with required title

 let pdf = new jsPDF();
 pdf.setProperties({
          title: "Report"
      });
      pdf.output('dataurlnewwindow');

Omitting all xsi and xsd namespaces when serializing an object in .NET?

...
XmlSerializer s = new XmlSerializer(objectToSerialize.GetType());
XmlSerializerNamespaces ns = new XmlSerializerNamespaces();
ns.Add("","");
s.Serialize(xmlWriter, objectToSerialize, ns);

What's the most efficient way to check if a record exists in Oracle?

select NVL ((select 'Y' from  dual where exists
   (select  1 from sales where sales_type = 'Accessories')),'N') as rec_exists
from dual

1.Dual table will return 'Y' if record exists in sales_type table 2.Dual table will return null if no record exists in sales_type table and NVL will convert that to 'N'

Unable to connect with remote debugger

I had a similar issue that led me to this question. In my browser debugger I was getting this error message:

Access to fetch at 'http://localhost:8081/index.delta?platform=android&dev=true&minify=false' from origin 'http://127.0.0.1:8081' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. If an opaque response serves your needs, set the request's mode to 'no-cors' to fetch the resource with CORS disabled.

It took me awhile to realize I was using 127.0.0.1:8081 instead of localhost:8081 for my debugger.

To fix it, I simply had to change Chrome from:

http://127.0.0.1:8081/debugger-ui/

to

http://localhost:8081/debugger-ui/

git submodule tracking latest

Edit (2020.12.28): GitHub change default master branch to main branch since October 2020. See https://github.com/github/renaming


Update March 2013

Git 1.8.2 added the possibility to track branches.

"git submodule" started learning a new mode to integrate with the tip of the remote branch (as opposed to integrating with the commit recorded in the superproject's gitlink).

# add submodule to track master branch
git submodule add -b master [URL to Git repo];

# update your submodule
git submodule update --remote 

If you had a submodule already present you now wish would track a branch, see "how to make an existing submodule track a branch".

Also see Vogella's tutorial on submodules for general information on submodules.

Note:

git submodule add -b . [URL to Git repo];
                    ^^^

See git submodule man page:

A special value of . is used to indicate that the name of the branch in the submodule should be the same name as the current branch in the current repository.


See commit b928922727d6691a3bdc28160f93f25712c565f6:

submodule add: If --branch is given, record it in .gitmodules

This allows you to easily record a submodule.<name>.branch option in .gitmodules when you add a new submodule. With this patch,

$ git submodule add -b <branch> <repository> [<path>]
$ git config -f .gitmodules submodule.<path>.branch <branch>

reduces to

$ git submodule add -b <branch> <repository> [<path>]

This means that future calls to

$ git submodule update --remote ...

will get updates from the same branch that you used to initialize the submodule, which is usually what you want.

Signed-off-by: W. Trevor King [email protected]


Original answer (February 2012):

A submodule is a single commit referenced by a parent repo.
Since it is a Git repo on its own, the "history of all commits" is accessible through a git log within that submodule.

So for a parent to track automatically the latest commit of a given branch of a submodule, it would need to:

  • cd in the submodule
  • git fetch/pull to make sure it has the latest commits on the right branch
  • cd back in the parent repo
  • add and commit in order to record the new commit of the submodule.

gitslave (that you already looked at) seems to be the best fit, including for the commit operation.

It is a little annoying to make changes to the submodule due to the requirement to check out onto the correct submodule branch, make the change, commit, and then go into the superproject and commit the commit (or at least record the new location of the submodule).

Other alternatives are detailed here.

Iterate over array of objects in Typescript

In Typescript and ES6 you can also use for..of:

for (var product of products) {
     console.log(product.product_desc)
}

which will be transcoded to javascript:

for (var _i = 0, products_1 = products; _i < products_1.length; _i++) {
    var product = products_1[_i];
    console.log(product.product_desc);
}

ExecuteNonQuery: Connection property has not been initialized.

A couple of things wrong here.

  1. Do you really want to open and close the connection for every single log entry?

  2. Shouldn't you be using SqlCommand instead of SqlDataAdapter?

  3. The data adapter (or SqlCommand) needs exactly what the error message tells you it's missing: an active connection. Just because you created a connection object does not magically tell C# that it is the one you want to use (especially if you haven't opened the connection).

I highly recommend a C# / SQL Server tutorial.

How to deploy correctly when using Composer's develop / production switch?

Why

There is IMHO a good reason why Composer will use the --dev flag by default (on install and update) nowadays. Composer is mostly run in scenario's where this is desired behavior:

The basic Composer workflow is as follows:

  • A new project is started: composer.phar install --dev, json and lock files are commited to VCS.
  • Other developers start working on the project: checkout of VCS and composer.phar install --dev.
  • A developer adds dependancies: composer.phar require <package>, add --dev if you want the package in the require-dev section (and commit).
  • Others go along: (checkout and) composer.phar install --dev.
  • A developer wants newer versions of dependencies: composer.phar update --dev <package> (and commit).
  • Others go along: (checkout and) composer.phar install --dev.
  • Project is deployed: composer.phar install --no-dev

As you can see the --dev flag is used (far) more than the --no-dev flag, especially when the number of developers working on the project grows.

Production deploy

What's the correct way to deploy this without installing the "dev" dependencies?

Well, the composer.json and composer.lock file should be committed to VCS. Don't omit composer.lock because it contains important information on package-versions that should be used.

When performing a production deploy, you can pass the --no-dev flag to Composer:

composer.phar install --no-dev

The composer.lock file might contain information about dev-packages. This doesn't matter. The --no-dev flag will make sure those dev-packages are not installed.

When I say "production deploy", I mean a deploy that's aimed at being used in production. I'm not arguing whether a composer.phar install should be done on a production server, or on a staging server where things can be reviewed. That is not the scope of this answer. I'm merely pointing out how to composer.phar install without installing "dev" dependencies.

Offtopic

The --optimize-autoloader flag might also be desirable on production (it generates a class-map which will speed up autoloading in your application):

composer.phar install --no-dev --optimize-autoloader

Or when automated deployment is done:

composer.phar install --no-ansi --no-dev --no-interaction --no-plugins --no-progress --no-scripts --optimize-autoloader

If your codebase supports it, you could swap out --optimize-autoloader for --classmap-authoritative. More info here

Android Gradle 5.0 Update:Cause: org.jetbrains.plugins.gradle.tooling.util

For anybody facing a similar issue at this point in time, all you need to do is update your Android Studio to the latest version

How do you make websites with Java?

Also be advised, that while Java is in general very beginner friendly, getting into JavaEE, Servlets, Facelets, Eclipse integration, JSP and getting everything in Tomcat up and running is not. Certainly not the easiest way to build a website and probably way overkill for most things.

On top of that you may need to host your website yourself, because most webspace providers don't provide Servlet Containers. If you just want to check it out for fun, I would try Ruby or Python, which are much more cooler things to fiddle around with. But anyway, to provide at least something relevant to the question, here's a nice Servlet tutorial: link

Convert a char to upper case using regular expressions (EditPad Pro)

EditPad Pro and PowerGREP have a unique feature that allows you to change the case of the backreference. \U1 inserts the first backreference in uppercase, \L1 in lowercase and \F1 with the first character in uppercase and the remainder in lowercase. Finally, \I1 inserts it with the first letter of each word capitalized, and the other letters in lowercase.

Source: Goyvaerts, Jan (2006). Regular Expressions: The Complete Tutorial. Lulu.com. p. 35. ISBN 1411677609. Google Books. Retrieved on June 25, 2010.

What is the Oracle equivalent of SQL Server's IsNull() function?

coalesce is supported in both Oracle and SQL Server and serves essentially the same function as nvl and isnull. (There are some important differences, coalesce can take an arbitrary number of arguments, and returns the first non-null one. The return type for isnull matches the type of the first argument, that is not true for coalesce, at least on SQL Server.)

Python/Json:Expecting property name enclosed in double quotes

x = x.replace("'", '"')
j = json.loads(x)

Although this is the correct solution, but it may lead to quite a headache if there a JSON like this -

{'status': 'success', 'data': {'equity': {'enabled': True, 'net': 66706.14510000008, 'available': {'adhoc_margin': 0, 'cash': 1277252.56, 'opening_balance': 1277252.56, 'live_balance': 66706.14510000008, 'collateral': 249823.93, 'intraday_payin': 15000}, 'utilised': {'debits': 1475370.3449, 'exposure': 607729.3129, 'm2m_realised': 0, 'm2m_unrealised': -9033, 'option_premium': 0, 'payout': 0, 'span': 858608.032, 'holding_sales': 0, 'turnover': 0, 'liquid_collateral': 0, 'stock_collateral': 249823.93}}, 'commodity': {'enabled': True, 'net': 0, 'available': {'adhoc_margin': 0, 'cash': 0, 'opening_balance': 0, 'live_balance': 0, 'collateral': 0, 'intraday_payin': 0}, 'utilised': {'debits': 0, 'exposure': 0, 'm2m_realised': 0, 'm2m_unrealised': 0, 'option_premium': 0, 'payout': 0, 'span': 0, 'holding_sales': 0, 'turnover': 0, 'liquid_collateral': 0, 'stock_collateral': 0}}}}

Noticed that "True" value? Use this to make things are double checked for Booleans. This will cover those cases -

x = x.replace("'", '"').replace("True", '"True"').replace("False", '"False"').replace("null", '"null"')
j = json.loads(x)

Also, make sure you do not make

x = json.loads(x)

It has to be another variable.

Should C# or C++ be chosen for learning Games Programming (consoles)?

Ok here is my two cents.

If you are planning to seriously get into the game industry I recommend you learn both languages. Starting off with C++ then moving into a managed language like C#. C++ has it's advantages over C#, but C# also has advantages over C++.

Personally I prefer C# over C++ any day. This is because many reasons:, just a few:

  1. C# makes programming fun again ;).
  2. It's managed code helps me complete complex tasks easily and not forget safety.
  3. C#s' is pure OOP, forcing rules in your code that helps keep your code more readable, 'maintainable' and execution is more stable. Productivity rate surpasses C++ by at least 10%, the best C++ programmer could be an even better C# programmer.
  4. This isn't really a reason, more like something 'I' like about C#: LINQ.

Now...there are many things that I miss about C++. I miss being able to (completely) manage my own memory. I can't tell you how many times I caught myself trying to 'delete' an instance/reference. Another thing I dislike about C# is the inability to use multiple-inheritance, but then again it has forced me to think more about how to structure my code.

There has been more discussions on this topic than there are stars in the known universe and they all close at a dead end. Neither language is better than the other and refusing either one for the other will just hurt you in the long run. Times change and so do the standards for computer programming.

Whatever language you choose to keep at the top of your list, always keep your options open and don't set your mind to any one single language. You say you already know C++, why not learn C#, it can't hurt and I 'promise' you, it will make you a better C++ programmer.

How to create custom view programmatically in swift having controls text field, button etc

var customView = UIView()


@IBAction func drawView(_ sender: AnyObject) {

    customView.frame = CGRect.init(x: 0, y: 0, width: 100, height: 200)
    customView.backgroundColor = UIColor.black     //give color to the view 
    customView.center = self.view.center  
    self.view.addSubview(customView)
       }

How do I change the formatting of numbers on an axis with ggplot?

I find Jack Aidley's suggested answer a useful one.

I wanted to throw out another option. Suppose you have a series with many small numbers, and you want to ensure the axis labels write out the full decimal point (e.g. 5e-05 -> 0.0005), then:

NotFancy <- function(l) {
 l <- format(l, scientific = FALSE)
 parse(text=l)
}

ggplot(data = data.frame(x = 1:100, 
                         y = seq(from=0.00005,to = 0.0000000000001,length.out=100) + runif(n=100,-0.0000005,0.0000005)), 
       aes(x=x, y=y)) +
     geom_point() +
     scale_y_continuous(labels=NotFancy) 

Error in file(file, "rt") : cannot open the connection

Use setwd() to change to appropriate directory. Use only filename to access any file in the working directory. Navigate a folder above by using "../<filename>".

Edit Crystal report file without Crystal Report software

If this is something you are only going to need to do once, have you considered downloading a demo version of Crystal? There's a 30-day trial version available here: http://www.developers.net/businessobjectsshowcase/view/3154

Of course, if you need to edit these files after the 30 day period is over, you would be better off buying Crystal.

Alternatively, if all you need to do is replace a few static literal words, have you tried doing a search and replace in a text editor? (Don't forget to save the original files somewhere safe first!)

Getting IP address of client

As basZero mentioned, X-Forwarded-For should be checked for comma. (Look at : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Forwarded-For). The general format of the field is: X-Forwarded-For: clientIP, proxy1, proxy2... and so on. So we will be seeing something like this : X-FORWARDED-FOR: 129.77.168.62, 129.77.63.62.

Python os.path.join() on a list

Assuming join wasn't designed that way (which it is, as ATOzTOA pointed out), and it only took two parameters, you could still use the built-in reduce:

>>> reduce(os.path.join,["c:/","home","foo","bar","some.txt"])
'c:/home\\foo\\bar\\some.txt'

Same output like:

>>> os.path.join(*["c:/","home","foo","bar","some.txt"])
'c:/home\\foo\\bar\\some.txt' 

Just for completeness and educational reasons (and for other situations where * doesn't work).

Hint for Python 3

reduce was moved to the functools module.

Get JavaScript object from array of objects by value of property

Using find with bind to pass specific key values to a callback function.

   function byValue(o) { 
       return o.a === this.a && o.b === this.b; 
   };   

   var result = jsObjects.find(byValue.bind({ a: 5, b: 6 }));

Javascript How to define multiple variables on a single line?

Why not doing it in two lines?

var a, b, c, d;    // All in the same scope
a = b = c = d = 1; // Set value to all.

The reason why, is to preserve the local scope on variable declarations, as this:

var a = b = c = d = 1;

will lead to the implicit declarations of b, c and d on the window scope.

Why functional languages?

When reading "The Next Mainstream Programming Language: A Game Developer’s Perspective" by Tim Sweeney, Epic Games, my first thought was - I got to learn Haskell.

PPT

Google's HTML Version

Getting scroll bar width using JavaScript

Assuming container is only on page once and you are using jQuery, then:

var containerEl = $('.container')[0];
var scrollbarWidth = containerEl.offsetWidth - containerEl.clientWidth;

Also see this answer for more details.

Get original URL referer with PHP?

As Johnathan Suggested, you would either want to save it in a cookie or a session.

The easier way would be to use a Session variable.

session_start();
if(!isset($_SESSION['org_referer']))
{
    $_SESSION['org_referer'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
}

Put that at the top of the page, and you will always be able to access the first referer that the site visitor was directed by.

MySQL Multiple Left Joins

To display the all details for each news post title ie. "news.id" which is the primary key, you need to use GROUP BY clause for "news.id"

SELECT news.id, users.username, news.title, news.date,
       news.body, COUNT(comments.id)
FROM news
LEFT JOIN users
ON news.user_id = users.id
LEFT JOIN comments
ON comments.news_id = news.id
GROUP BY news.id

How to get changes from another branch

git fetch origin our-team

or

git pull origin our-team

but first you should make sure that you already on the branch you want to update to (featurex).

Static methods in Python?

Perhaps the simplest option is just to put those functions outside of the class:

class Dog(object):
    def __init__(self, name):
        self.name = name

    def bark(self):
        if self.name == "Doggy":
            return barking_sound()
        else:
            return "yip yip"

def barking_sound():
    return "woof woof"

Using this method, functions which modify or use internal object state (have side effects) can be kept in the class, and the reusable utility functions can be moved outside.

Let's say this file is called dogs.py. To use these, you'd call dogs.barking_sound() instead of dogs.Dog.barking_sound.

If you really need a static method to be part of the class, you can use the staticmethod decorator.

Use YAML with variables

After some search, I've found a cleaner solution wich use the % operator.

In your YAML file :

key : 'This is the foobar var : %{foobar}'

In your ruby code :

require 'yaml'

file = YAML.load_file('your_file.yml')

foobar = 'Hello World !'
content = file['key']
modified_content = content % { :foobar => foobar }

puts modified_content

And the output is :

This is the foobar var : Hello World !

As @jschorr said in the comment, you can also add multiple variable to the value in the Yaml file :

Yaml :

key : 'The foo var is %{foo} and the bar var is %{bar} !'

Ruby :

# ...
foo = 'FOO'
bar = 'BAR'
# ...
modified_content = content % { :foo => foo, :bar => bar }

Output :

The foo var is FOO and the bar var is BAR !

How do you change text to bold in Android?

In the ideal world you would set the text style attribute in you layout XML definition like that:

<TextView
    android:id="@+id/TextView"
    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:textStyle="bold"/>

There is a simple way to achieve the same result dynamically in your code by using setTypeface method. You need to pass and object of Typeface class, which will describe the font style for that TextView. So to achieve the same result as with the XML definition above you can do the following:

TextView Tv = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.TextView);
Typeface boldTypeface = Typeface.defaultFromStyle(Typeface.BOLD);
Tv.setTypeface(boldTypeface);

The first line will create the object form predefined style (in this case Typeface.BOLD, but there are many more predefined). Once we have an instance of typeface we can set it on the TextView. And that's it our content will be displayed on the style we defined.

I hope it helps you a lot.For better info you can visit

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/graphics/Typeface.html

counting number of directories in a specific directory

Best way to do it:

ls -la | grep -v total | wc -l

This gives you the perfect count.

How to convert string to integer in UNIX

let d=d1-d2;echo $d;

This should help.

How to sort a list of objects based on an attribute of the objects?

# To sort the list in place...
ut.sort(key=lambda x: x.count, reverse=True)

# To return a new list, use the sorted() built-in function...
newlist = sorted(ut, key=lambda x: x.count, reverse=True)

More on sorting by keys.

Replace an element into a specific position of a vector

vec1[i] = vec2[i]

will set the value of vec1[i] to the value of vec2[i]. Nothing is inserted. Your second approach is almost correct. Instead of +i+1 you need just +i

v1.insert(v1.begin()+i, v2[i])

Laravel is there a way to add values to a request array

You can add parameters to the request from a middleware by doing:

public function handle($request, Closure $next)
{
    $request->route()->setParameter('foo', 'bar');
    return $next($request);
}

How can I get a list of locally installed Python modules?

on windows, Enter this in cmd

c:\python\libs>python -m pip freeze

CodeIgniter Active Record - Get number of returned rows

AND, if you just want to get a count of all the rows in a table

$table_row_count = $this->db->count_all('table_name');

What is the default username and password in Tomcat?

In Tomcat 7 you have to add this to tomcat-users.xml (On windows 7 it is located by default installation here: c:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 7.0\conf\ )

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<tomcat-users>
  <role rolename="manager-gui"/>
  <role rolename="manager-script"/>
  <role rolename="manager-jmx"/>
  <role rolename="manager-status"/>
  <role rolename="admin-gui"/>
  <role rolename="admin-script"/>
  <user username="admin" password="admin" roles="manager-gui,manager-script,manager-jmx,manager-status,admin-gui,admin-script"/>
</tomcat-users>

NOTE that there shouldn't be ANY spaces between roles for admin, as this list should be comma separated.

So, instead of this (as suggested in some answers:

<user username="admin" password="admin" roles="manager-gui, manager-script, manager-jmx, manager-status, admin-gui, admin-script"/>

it MUST be like this:

  <user username="admin" password="admin" roles="manager-gui,manager-script,manager-jmx,manager-status,admin-gui,admin-script"/>

Differences between "java -cp" and "java -jar"?

With the -cp argument you provide the classpath i.e. path(s) to additional classes or libraries that your program may require when being compiled or run. With -jar you specify the executable JAR file that you want to run.

You can't specify them both. If you try to run java -cp folder/myexternallibrary.jar -jar myprogram.jar then it won't really work. The classpath for that JAR should be specified in its Manifest, not as a -cp argument.

You can find more about this here and here.

PS: -cp and -classpath are synonyms.