Programs & Examples On #Curves

"RuntimeError: Make sure the Graphviz executables are on your system's path" after installing Graphviz 2.38

Try conda install graphviz. I had the same problem, I resolved it by mentioned command in MacOS.

How to plot a function curve in R

Here is a lattice version:

library(lattice)
eq<-function(x) {x*x}
X<-1:1000
xyplot(eq(X)~X,type="l")

Lattice output

Inline labels in Matplotlib

@Jan Kuiken's answer is certainly well-thought and thorough, but there are some caveats:

  • it does not work in all cases
  • it requires a fair amount of extra code
  • it may vary considerably from one plot to the next

A much simpler approach is to annotate the last point of each plot. The point can also be circled, for emphasis. This can be accomplished with one extra line:

from matplotlib import pyplot as plt

for i, (x, y) in enumerate(samples):
    plt.plot(x, y)
    plt.text(x[-1], y[-1], 'sample {i}'.format(i=i))

A variant would be to use ax.annotate.

How to make Java 6, which fails SSL connection with "SSL peer shut down incorrectly", succeed like Java 7?

It seems that in the debug log for Java 6 the request is send in SSLv2 format.

main, WRITE: SSLv2 client hello message, length = 110

This is not mentioned as enabled by default in Java 7.
Change the client to use SSLv3 and above to avoid such interoperability issues.

Look for differences in JSSE providers in Java 7 and Java 6

Using Colormaps to set color of line in matplotlib

The error you are receiving is due to how you define jet. You are creating the base class Colormap with the name 'jet', but this is very different from getting the default definition of the 'jet' colormap. This base class should never be created directly, and only the subclasses should be instantiated.

What you've found with your example is a buggy behavior in Matplotlib. There should be a clearer error message generated when this code is run.

This is an updated version of your example:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.colors as colors
import matplotlib.cm as cmx
import numpy as np

# define some random data that emulates your indeded code:
NCURVES = 10
np.random.seed(101)
curves = [np.random.random(20) for i in range(NCURVES)]
values = range(NCURVES)

fig = plt.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
# replace the next line 
#jet = colors.Colormap('jet')
# with
jet = cm = plt.get_cmap('jet') 
cNorm  = colors.Normalize(vmin=0, vmax=values[-1])
scalarMap = cmx.ScalarMappable(norm=cNorm, cmap=jet)
print scalarMap.get_clim()

lines = []
for idx in range(len(curves)):
    line = curves[idx]
    colorVal = scalarMap.to_rgba(values[idx])
    colorText = (
        'color: (%4.2f,%4.2f,%4.2f)'%(colorVal[0],colorVal[1],colorVal[2])
        )
    retLine, = ax.plot(line,
                       color=colorVal,
                       label=colorText)
    lines.append(retLine)
#added this to get the legend to work
handles,labels = ax.get_legend_handles_labels()
ax.legend(handles, labels, loc='upper right')
ax.grid()
plt.show()

Resulting in:

enter image description here

Using a ScalarMappable is an improvement over the approach presented in my related answer: creating over 20 unique legend colors using matplotlib

How I can get and use the header file <graphics.h> in my C++ program?

There is a modern port for this Turbo C graphics interface, it's called WinBGIM, which emulates BGI graphics under MinGW/GCC.

I haven't it tried but it looks promising. For example initgraph creates a window, and from this point you can draw into that window using the good old functions, at the end closegraph deletes the window. It also has some more advanced extensions (eg. mouse handling and double buffering).

When I first moved from DOS programming to Windows I didn't have internet, and I begged for something simple like this. But at the end I had to learn how to create windows and how to handle events and use device contexts from the offline help of the Windows SDK.

Overlaying histograms with ggplot2 in R

While only a few lines are required to plot multiple/overlapping histograms in ggplot2, the results are't always satisfactory. There needs to be proper use of borders and coloring to ensure the eye can differentiate between histograms.

The following functions balance border colors, opacities, and superimposed density plots to enable the viewer to differentiate among distributions.

Single histogram:

plot_histogram <- function(df, feature) {
    plt <- ggplot(df, aes(x=eval(parse(text=feature)))) +
    geom_histogram(aes(y = ..density..), alpha=0.7, fill="#33AADE", color="black") +
    geom_density(alpha=0.3, fill="red") +
    geom_vline(aes(xintercept=mean(eval(parse(text=feature)))), color="black", linetype="dashed", size=1) +
    labs(x=feature, y = "Density")
    print(plt)
}

Multiple histogram:

plot_multi_histogram <- function(df, feature, label_column) {
    plt <- ggplot(df, aes(x=eval(parse(text=feature)), fill=eval(parse(text=label_column)))) +
    geom_histogram(alpha=0.7, position="identity", aes(y = ..density..), color="black") +
    geom_density(alpha=0.7) +
    geom_vline(aes(xintercept=mean(eval(parse(text=feature)))), color="black", linetype="dashed", size=1) +
    labs(x=feature, y = "Density")
    plt + guides(fill=guide_legend(title=label_column))
}

Usage:

Simply pass your data frame into the above functions along with desired arguments:

plot_histogram(iris, 'Sepal.Width')

enter image description here

plot_multi_histogram(iris, 'Sepal.Width', 'Species')

enter image description here

The extra parameter in plot_multi_histogram is the name of the column containing the category labels.

We can see this more dramatically by creating a dataframe with many different distribution means:

a <-data.frame(n=rnorm(1000, mean = 1), category=rep('A', 1000))
b <-data.frame(n=rnorm(1000, mean = 2), category=rep('B', 1000))
c <-data.frame(n=rnorm(1000, mean = 3), category=rep('C', 1000))
d <-data.frame(n=rnorm(1000, mean = 4), category=rep('D', 1000))
e <-data.frame(n=rnorm(1000, mean = 5), category=rep('E', 1000))
f <-data.frame(n=rnorm(1000, mean = 6), category=rep('F', 1000))
many_distros <- do.call('rbind', list(a,b,c,d,e,f))

Passing data frame in as before (and widening chart using options):

options(repr.plot.width = 20, repr.plot.height = 8)
plot_multi_histogram(many_distros, 'n', 'category')

enter image description here

Plotting multiple curves same graph and same scale

points or lines comes handy if

  • y2 is generated later, or
  • the new data does not have the same x but still should go into the same coordinate system.

As your ys share the same x, you can also use matplot:

matplot (x, cbind (y1, y2), pch = 19)

matplot (x, cbind (y1, y2), pch = 19)

(without the pch matplopt will plot the column numbers of the y matrix instead of dots).

Access parent DataContext from DataTemplate

I had problems with the relative source in Silverlight. After searching and reading I did not find a suitable solution without using some additional Binding library. But, here is another approach for gaining access to the parent DataContext by directly referencing an element of which you know the data context. It uses Binding ElementName and works quite well, as long as you respect your own naming and don't have heavy reuse of templates/styles across components:

<ItemsControl x:Name="level1Lister" ItemsSource={Binding MyLevel1List}>
  <ItemsControl.ItemTemplate>
    <DataTemplate>
      <Button Content={Binding MyLevel2Property}
              Command={Binding ElementName=level1Lister,
                       Path=DataContext.MyLevel1Command}
              CommandParameter={Binding MyLevel2Property}>
      </Button>
    <DataTemplate>
  <ItemsControl.ItemTemplate>
</ItemsControl>

This also works if you put the button into Style/Template:

<Border.Resources>
  <Style x:Key="buttonStyle" TargetType="Button">
    <Setter Property="Template">
      <Setter.Value>
        <ControlTemplate TargetType="Button">
          <Button Command={Binding ElementName=level1Lister,
                                   Path=DataContext.MyLevel1Command}
                  CommandParameter={Binding MyLevel2Property}>
               <ContentPresenter/>
          </Button>
        </ControlTemplate>
      </Setter.Value>
    </Setter>
  </Style>
</Border.Resources>

<ItemsControl x:Name="level1Lister" ItemsSource={Binding MyLevel1List}>
  <ItemsControl.ItemTemplate>
    <DataTemplate>
      <Button Content="{Binding MyLevel2Property}" 
              Style="{StaticResource buttonStyle}"/>
    <DataTemplate>
  <ItemsControl.ItemTemplate>
</ItemsControl>

At first I thought that the x:Names of parent elements are not accessible from within a templated item, but since I found no better solution, I just tried, and it works fine.

Plotting 4 curves in a single plot, with 3 y-axes

This is a great chance to introduce you to the File Exchange. Though the organization of late has suffered from some very unfortunately interface design choices, it is still a great resource for pre-packaged solutions to common problems. Though many here have given you the gory details of how to achieve this (@prm!), I had a similar need a few years ago and found that addaxis worked very well. (It was a File Exchange pick of the week at one point!) It has inspired later, probably better mods. Here is some example output:

addaxis example http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fx_files/9016/1/addaxis_screenshot.jpg

I just searched for "plotyy" at File Exchange.

Though understanding what's going on in important, sometimes you just need to get things done, not do them yourself. Matlab Central is great for that.

How to convert a 3D point into 2D perspective projection?

Thanks to @Mads Elvenheim for a proper example code. I have fixed the minor syntax errors in the code (just a few const problems and obvious missing operators). Also, near and far have vastly different meanings in vs.

For your pleasure, here is the compileable (MSVC2013) version. Have fun. Mind that I have made NEAR_Z and FAR_Z constant. You probably dont want it like that.

#include <vector>
#include <cmath>
#include <stdexcept>
#include <algorithm>

#define M_PI 3.14159

#define NEAR_Z 0.5
#define FAR_Z 2.5

struct Vector
{
    float x;
    float y;
    float z;
    float w;

    Vector() : x( 0 ), y( 0 ), z( 0 ), w( 1 ) {}
    Vector( float a, float b, float c ) : x( a ), y( b ), z( c ), w( 1 ) {}

    /* Assume proper operator overloads here, with vectors and scalars */
    float Length() const
    {
        return std::sqrt( x*x + y*y + z*z );
    }
    Vector& operator*=(float fac) noexcept
    {
        x *= fac;
        y *= fac;
        z *= fac;
        return *this;
    }
    Vector  operator*(float fac) const noexcept
    {
        return Vector(*this)*=fac;
    }
    Vector& operator/=(float div) noexcept
    {
        return operator*=(1/div);   // avoid divisions: they are much
                                    // more costly than multiplications
    }

    Vector Unit() const
    {
        const float epsilon = 1e-6;
        float mag = Length();
        if (mag < epsilon) {
            std::out_of_range e( "" );
            throw e;
        }
        return Vector(*this)/=mag;
    }
};

inline float Dot( const Vector& v1, const Vector& v2 )
{
    return v1.x*v2.x + v1.y*v2.y + v1.z*v2.z;
}

class Matrix
{
public:
    Matrix() : data( 16 )
    {
        Identity();
    }
    void Identity()
    {
        std::fill( data.begin(), data.end(), float( 0 ) );
        data[0] = data[5] = data[10] = data[15] = 1.0f;
    }
    float& operator[]( size_t index )
    {
        if (index >= 16) {
            std::out_of_range e( "" );
            throw e;
        }
        return data[index];
    }
    const float& operator[]( size_t index ) const
    {
        if (index >= 16) {
            std::out_of_range e( "" );
            throw e;
        }
        return data[index];
    }
    Matrix operator*( const Matrix& m ) const
    {
        Matrix dst;
        int col;
        for (int y = 0; y<4; ++y) {
            col = y * 4;
            for (int x = 0; x<4; ++x) {
                for (int i = 0; i<4; ++i) {
                    dst[x + col] += m[i + col] * data[x + i * 4];
                }
            }
        }
        return dst;
    }
    Matrix& operator*=( const Matrix& m )
    {
        *this = (*this) * m;
        return *this;
    }

    /* The interesting stuff */
    void SetupClipMatrix( float fov, float aspectRatio )
    {
        Identity();
        float f = 1.0f / std::tan( fov * 0.5f );
        data[0] = f*aspectRatio;
        data[5] = f;
        data[10] = (FAR_Z + NEAR_Z) / (FAR_Z- NEAR_Z);
        data[11] = 1.0f; /* this 'plugs' the old z into w */
        data[14] = (2.0f*NEAR_Z*FAR_Z) / (NEAR_Z - FAR_Z);
        data[15] = 0.0f;
    }

    std::vector<float> data;
};


inline Vector operator*( const Vector& v, Matrix& m )
{
    Vector dst;
    dst.x = v.x*m[0] + v.y*m[4] + v.z*m[8] + v.w*m[12];
    dst.y = v.x*m[1] + v.y*m[5] + v.z*m[9] + v.w*m[13];
    dst.z = v.x*m[2] + v.y*m[6] + v.z*m[10] + v.w*m[14];
    dst.w = v.x*m[3] + v.y*m[7] + v.z*m[11] + v.w*m[15];
    return dst;
}

typedef std::vector<Vector> VecArr;
VecArr ProjectAndClip( int width, int height, const VecArr& vertex )
{
    float halfWidth = (float)width * 0.5f;
    float halfHeight = (float)height * 0.5f;
    float aspect = (float)width / (float)height;
    Vector v;
    Matrix clipMatrix;
    VecArr dst;
    clipMatrix.SetupClipMatrix( 60.0f * (M_PI / 180.0f), aspect);
    /*  Here, after the perspective divide, you perform Sutherland-Hodgeman clipping
    by checking if the x, y and z components are inside the range of [-w, w].
    One checks each vector component seperately against each plane. Per-vertex
    data like colours, normals and texture coordinates need to be linearly
    interpolated for clipped edges to reflect the change. If the edge (v0,v1)
    is tested against the positive x plane, and v1 is outside, the interpolant
    becomes: (v1.x - w) / (v1.x - v0.x)
    I skip this stage all together to be brief.
    */
    for (VecArr::const_iterator i = vertex.begin(); i != vertex.end(); ++i) {
        v = (*i) * clipMatrix;
        v /= v.w; /* Don't get confused here. I assume the divide leaves v.w alone.*/
        dst.push_back( v );
    }

    /* TODO: Clipping here */

    for (VecArr::iterator i = dst.begin(); i != dst.end(); ++i) {
        i->x = (i->x * (float)width) / (2.0f * i->w) + halfWidth;
        i->y = (i->y * (float)height) / (2.0f * i->w) + halfHeight;
    }
    return dst;
}
#pragma once

C#, Looping through dataset and show each record from a dataset column

foreach (DataTable table in ds.Tables)
{
    foreach (DataRow dr in table.Rows)
    {
        var ParentId=dr["ParentId"].ToString();
    }
}

javascript: detect scroll end

The accepted answer was fundamentally flawed, it has since been deleted. The correct answer is:

function scrolled(e) {
  if (myDiv.offsetHeight + myDiv.scrollTop >= myDiv.scrollHeight) {
    scrolledToBottom(e);
  }
}

Tested this in Firefox, Chrome and Opera. It works.

C# Debug - cannot start debugging because the debug target is missing

Go to Project > properties > Debug Tab and set the Launch to "Project"

How to find the mime type of a file in python?

The mimetypes module just recognise an file type based on file extension. If you will try to recover a file type of a file without extension, the mimetypes will not works.

PHP - Redirect and send data via POST

You can't do this using PHP.

As others have said, you could use cURL - but then the PHP code becomes the client rather than the browser.

If you must use POST, then the only way to do it would be to generate the populated form using PHP and use the window.onload hook to call javascript to submit the form.

C.

How return error message in spring mvc @Controller

return new ResponseEntity<>(GenericResponseBean.newGenericError("Error during the calling the service", -1L), HttpStatus.EXPECTATION_FAILED);

Is it good practice to make the constructor throw an exception?

It is bad practice to throw Exception, as that requires anyone who calls your constructor to catch Exception which is a bad practice.

It is a good idea to have a constructor (or any method) throw an exception, generally speaking IllegalArgumentException, which is unchecked, and thus the compiler doesn't force you to catch it.

You should throw checked exceptions (things that extend from Exception, but not RuntimeException) if you want the caller to catch it.

How to use vagrant in a proxy environment?

On a Windows host

open a CMD prompt;

set HTTP_PROXY=http://proxy.yourcorp.com:80
set HTTPS_PROXY=https://proxy.yourcorp.com:443

Substitute the address and port in the above snippets to whatever is appropriate for your situation. The above will remain set until you close the CMD prompt. If it works for you, consider adding them permanently to your environment variables so that you won't have to set them every time you open a new CMD prompt.

Root user/sudo equivalent in Cygwin?

You probably need to run the cygwin shell as Administrator. You can right click the shortcut and click run as administrator or go into the properties of the shortcut and check it in the compatability section. Just beware.... root permissions can be dangerous.

Javascript Cookie with no expiration date

You can do as the example on Mozilla docs:

 document.cookie = "someCookieName=true; expires=Fri, 31 Dec 9999 23:59:59 GMT";

P.S

Of course, there will be an issue if humanity still uses your code on the first minute of year 10000 :)

Git cli: get user info from username

Use this to see the logged in user (the actual git account):

git config credential.username

And as other answers the user email and user name (this is differenct from user credentials):

git config user.name
git config user.email

To see the list of all configs:

git config --list

Could not find main class HelloWorld

I had the same problem. Perhaps, the problem is that you have compiled and executed the class with different Java versions.

Make sure the version of the compiler is the same as the command "java":

javac -version

java -version

In Linux, use

sudo update-alternatives --config java

to change the version of Java.

PHP date add 5 year to current date

Try this code and add next Days, Months and Years

// current month: Aug 2018
$n = 2;
for ($i = 0; $i <= $n; $i++){
   $d = strtotime("$i days");
   $x = strtotime("$i month");
   $y = strtotime("$i year");
   echo "Dates : ".$dates = date('d M Y', "+$d days");
   echo "<br>";
   echo "Months : ".$months = date('M Y', "+$x months");
   echo '<br>';
   echo "Years : ".$years = date('Y', "+$y years");
   echo '<br>';
}

Tips for using Vim as a Java IDE?

Some tips:

  • Make sure you use vim (vi improved). Linux and some versions of UNIX symlink vi to vim.
  • You can get code completion with eclim
  • Or you can get vi functionality within Eclipse with viPlugin
  • Syntax highlighting is great with vim
  • Vim has good support for writing little macros like running ant/maven builds

Have fun :-)

How to add data via $.ajax ( serialize() + extra data ) like this

What kind of data?

data: $('#myForm').serialize() + "&moredata=" + morevalue

The "data" parameter is just a URL encoded string. You can append to it however you like. See the API here.

Convert ASCII TO UTF-8 Encoding

If you know for sure that your current encoding is pure ASCII, then you don't have to do anything because ASCII is already a valid UTF-8.

But if you still want to convert, just to be sure that its UTF-8, then you can use iconv

$string = iconv('ASCII', 'UTF-8//IGNORE', $string);

The IGNORE will discard any invalid characters just in case some were not valid ASCII.

How do I select child elements of any depth using XPath?

Also, you can do it with css selectors:

form#myform input[type='submit']

space beween elements in css elector means searching input[type='submit'] that elements at any depth of parent form#myform element

How do you get the footer to stay at the bottom of a Web page?

An old thread I know, but if you are looking for a responsive solution, this jQuery addition will help:

$(window).on('resize',sticky);
$(document).bind("ready", function() {
   sticky();
});

function sticky() {
   var fh = $("footer").outerHeight();
   $("#push").css({'height': fh});
   $("#wrapper").css({'margin-bottom': -fh});
}

Full guide can be found here: https://pixeldesigns.co.uk/blog/responsive-jquery-sticky-footer/

pandas: How do I split text in a column into multiple rows?

This splits the Seatblocks by space and gives each its own row.

In [43]: df
Out[43]: 
   CustNum     CustomerName  ItemQty Item                 Seatblocks  ItemExt
0    32363  McCartney, Paul        3  F04               2:218:10:4,6       60
1    31316     Lennon, John       25  F01  1:13:36:1,12 1:13:37:1,13      300

In [44]: s = df['Seatblocks'].str.split(' ').apply(Series, 1).stack()

In [45]: s.index = s.index.droplevel(-1) # to line up with df's index

In [46]: s.name = 'Seatblocks' # needs a name to join

In [47]: s
Out[47]: 
0    2:218:10:4,6
1    1:13:36:1,12
1    1:13:37:1,13
Name: Seatblocks, dtype: object

In [48]: del df['Seatblocks']

In [49]: df.join(s)
Out[49]: 
   CustNum     CustomerName  ItemQty Item  ItemExt    Seatblocks
0    32363  McCartney, Paul        3  F04       60  2:218:10:4,6
1    31316     Lennon, John       25  F01      300  1:13:36:1,12
1    31316     Lennon, John       25  F01      300  1:13:37:1,13

Or, to give each colon-separated string in its own column:

In [50]: df.join(s.apply(lambda x: Series(x.split(':'))))
Out[50]: 
   CustNum     CustomerName  ItemQty Item  ItemExt  0    1   2     3
0    32363  McCartney, Paul        3  F04       60  2  218  10   4,6
1    31316     Lennon, John       25  F01      300  1   13  36  1,12
1    31316     Lennon, John       25  F01      300  1   13  37  1,13

This is a little ugly, but maybe someone will chime in with a prettier solution.

Display JSON Data in HTML Table

I created the following function to generate an html table from an arbitrary JSON object:

function toTable(json, colKeyClassMap, rowKeyClassMap){
    let tab;
    if(typeof colKeyClassMap === 'undefined'){
        colKeyClassMap = {};
    }
    if(typeof rowKeyClassMap === 'undefined'){
        rowKeyClassMap = {};
    }

    const newTable = '<table class="table table-bordered table-condensed table-striped" />';
    if($.isArray(json)){
        if(json.length === 0){
            return '[]'
        } else {
            const first = json[0];
            if($.isPlainObject(first)){
                tab = $(newTable);
                const row = $('<tr />');
                tab.append(row);
                $.each( first, function( key, value ) {
                    row.append($('<th />').addClass(colKeyClassMap[key]).text(key))
                });

                $.each( json, function( key, value ) {
                    const row = $('<tr />');
                    $.each( value, function( key, value ) {
                        row.append($('<td />').addClass(colKeyClassMap[key]).html(toTable(value, colKeyClassMap, rowKeyClassMap)))
                    });
                    tab.append(row);
                });

                return tab;
            } else if ($.isArray(first)) {
                tab = $(newTable);

                $.each( json, function( key, value ) {
                    const tr = $('<tr />');
                    const td = $('<td />');
                    tr.append(td);
                    $.each( value, function( key, value ) {
                        td.append(toTable(value, colKeyClassMap, rowKeyClassMap));
                    });
                    tab.append(tr);
                });

                return tab;
            } else {
                return json.join(", ");
            }
        }

    } else if($.isPlainObject(json)){
        tab = $(newTable);
        $.each( json, function( key, value ) {
            tab.append(
                $('<tr />')
                    .append($('<th style="width: 20%;"/>').addClass(rowKeyClassMap[key]).text(key))
                    .append($('<td />').addClass(rowKeyClassMap[key]).html(toTable(value, colKeyClassMap, rowKeyClassMap))));
        });
        return tab;
    } else if (typeof json === 'string') {
        if(json.slice(0, 4) === 'http'){
            return '<a target="_blank" href="'+json+'">'+json+'</a>';
        }
        return json;
    } else {
        return ''+json;
    }
};

So you can simply call:

$('#mydiv').html(toTable([{"city":"AMBALA","cStatus":"Y"},{"city":"ASANKHURD","cStatus":"Y"},{"city":"ASSANDH","cStatus":"Y"}]));

How do I convert a IPython Notebook into a Python file via commandline?

You can do this from the IPython API.

from IPython.nbformat import current as nbformat
from IPython.nbconvert import PythonExporter

filepath = 'path/to/my_notebook.ipynb'
export_path = 'path/to/my_notebook.py'

with open(filepath) as fh:
    nb = nbformat.reads_json(fh.read())

exporter = PythonExporter()

# source is a tuple of python source code
# meta contains metadata
source, meta = exporter.from_notebook_node(nb)

with open(export_path, 'w+') as fh:
    fh.writelines(source)

Why does CreateProcess give error 193 (%1 is not a valid Win32 app)

Let me add an example here:

I'm trying to build Alluxio on windows platform and got the same issue, it's because the pom.xml contains below step:

      <plugin>
        <artifactId>exec-maven-plugin</artifactId>
        <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId>
        <inherited>false</inherited>
        <executions>
          <execution>
            <id>Check that there are no Windows line endings</id>
            <phase>compile</phase>
            <goals>
              <goal>exec</goal>
            </goals>
            <configuration>
              <executable>${build.path}/style/check_no_windows_line_endings.sh</executable>
            </configuration>
          </execution>
        </executions>
      </plugin>

The .sh file is not executable on windows so the error throws.

Comment it out if you do want build Alluxio on windows.

What is the easiest way to remove the first character from a string?

We can use slice to do this:

val = "abc"
 => "abc" 
val.slice!(0)
 => "a" 
val
 => "bc" 

Using slice! we can delete any character by specifying its index.

Hash table runtime complexity (insert, search and delete)

Perhaps you were looking at the space complexity? That is O(n). The other complexities are as expected on the hash table entry. The search complexity approaches O(1) as the number of buckets increases. If at the worst case you have only one bucket in the hash table, then the search complexity is O(n).

Edit in response to comment I don't think it is correct to say O(1) is the average case. It really is (as the wikipedia page says) O(1+n/k) where K is the hash table size. If K is large enough, then the result is effectively O(1). But suppose K is 10 and N is 100. In that case each bucket will have on average 10 entries, so the search time is definitely not O(1); it is a linear search through up to 10 entries.

How does #include <bits/stdc++.h> work in C++?

That header file is not part of the C++ standard, is therefore non-portable, and should be avoided.

Moreover, even if there were some catch-all header in the standard, you would want to avoid it in lieu of specific headers, since the compiler has to actually read in and parse every included header (including recursively included headers) every single time that translation unit is compiled.

Difference between string and char[] types in C++

Well, string type is a completely managed class for character strings, while char[] is still what it was in C, a byte array representing a character string for you.

In terms of API and standard library everything is implemented in terms of strings and not char[], but there are still lots of functions from the libc that receive char[] so you may need to use it for those, apart from that I would always use std::string.

In terms of efficiency of course a raw buffer of unmanaged memory will almost always be faster for lots of things, but take in account comparing strings for example, std::string has always the size to check it first, while with char[] you need to compare character by character.

How to implement and do OCR in a C# project?

I'm using tesseract OCR engine with TessNet2 (a C# wrapper - http://www.pixel-technology.com/freeware/tessnet2/).

Some basic code:

using tessnet2;

...

Bitmap image = new Bitmap(@"u:\user files\bwalker\2849257.tif");
            tessnet2.Tesseract ocr = new tessnet2.Tesseract();
            ocr.SetVariable("tessedit_char_whitelist", "0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.,$-/#&=()\"':?"); // Accepted characters
            ocr.Init(@"C:\Users\bwalker\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\tessnetWinForms\tessnetWinForms\bin\Release\", "eng", false); // Directory of your tessdata folder
            List<tessnet2.Word> result = ocr.DoOCR(image, System.Drawing.Rectangle.Empty);
            string Results = "";
            foreach (tessnet2.Word word in result)
            {
                Results += word.Confidence + ", " + word.Text + ", " + word.Left + ", " + word.Top + ", " + word.Bottom + ", " + word.Right + "\n";
            }

Error checking for NULL in VBScript

From your code, it looks like provider is a variant or some other variable, and not an object.

Is Nothing is for objects only, yet later you say it's a value that should either be NULL or NOT NULL, which would be handled by IsNull.

Try using:

If Not IsNull(provider) Then 
    url = url & "&provider=" & provider 
End if

Alternately, if that doesn't work, try:

If provider <> "" Then 
    url = url & "&provider=" & provider 
End if

CFLAGS, CCFLAGS, CXXFLAGS - what exactly do these variables control?

Minimal example

And just to make what Mizux said as a minimal example:

main_c.c

#include <stdio.h>

int main(void) {
    puts("hello");
}

main_cpp.cpp

#include <iostream>

int main(void) {
    std::cout << "hello" << std::endl;
}

Then, without any Makefile:

make CFLAGS='-g -O3' \
     CXXFLAGS='-ggdb3 -O0' \
     CPPFLAGS='-DX=1 -DY=2' \
     CCFLAGS='--asdf' \
     main_c \
     main_cpp

runs:

cc -g -O3 -DX=1 -DY=2   main_c.c   -o main_c
g++ -ggdb3 -O0 -DX=1 -DY=2   main_cpp.cpp   -o main_cpp

So we understand that:

  • make had implicit rules to make main_c and main_cpp from main_c.c and main_cpp.cpp
  • CFLAGS and CPPFLAGS were used as part of the implicit rule for .c compilation
  • CXXFLAGS and CPPFLAGS were used as part of the implicit rule for .cpp compilation
  • CCFLAGS is not used

Those variables are only used in make's implicit rules automatically: if compilation had used our own explicit rules, then we would have to explicitly use those variables as in:

main_c: main_c.c
    $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -o $@ $<

main_cpp: main_c.c
    $(CXX) $(CXXFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -o $@ $<

to achieve a similar affect to the implicit rules.

We could also name those variables however we want: but since Make already treats them magically in the implicit rules, those make good name choices.

Tested in Ubuntu 16.04, GNU Make 4.1.

Http Get using Android HttpURLConnection

Here is a complete AsyncTask class

public class GetMethodDemo extends AsyncTask<String , Void ,String> {
    String server_response;

    @Override
    protected String doInBackground(String... strings) {

        URL url;
        HttpURLConnection urlConnection = null;

        try {
            url = new URL(strings[0]);
            urlConnection = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();

            int responseCode = urlConnection.getResponseCode();

            if(responseCode == HttpURLConnection.HTTP_OK){
                server_response = readStream(urlConnection.getInputStream());
                Log.v("CatalogClient", server_response);
            }

        } catch (MalformedURLException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }

        return null;
    }

    @Override
    protected void onPostExecute(String s) {
        super.onPostExecute(s);

        Log.e("Response", "" + server_response);


    }
}

// Converting InputStream to String

private String readStream(InputStream in) {
        BufferedReader reader = null;
        StringBuffer response = new StringBuffer();
        try {
            reader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(in));
            String line = "";
            while ((line = reader.readLine()) != null) {
                response.append(line);
            }
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        } finally {
            if (reader != null) {
                try {
                    reader.close();
                } catch (IOException e) {
                    e.printStackTrace();
                }
            }
        }
        return response.toString();
    }

To Call this AsyncTask class

new GetMethodDemo().execute("your web-service url");

Input type number "only numeric value" validation

In HTML file you can add ngIf for you pattern like this

<div class="form-control-feedback" *ngIf="Mobile.errors && (Mobile.dirty || Mobile.touched)">
        <p *ngIf="Mobile.errors.pattern" class="text-danger">Number Only</p>
      </div>

In .ts file you can add the Validators pattern - "^[0-9]*$"

this.Mobile = new FormControl('', [
  Validators.required,
  Validators.pattern("^[0-9]*$"),
  Validators.minLength(8),
]);

Getting strings recognized as variable names in R

Without any example data, it really is difficult to know exactly what you are wanting. For instance, I can't at all divine what your object set (or is it sets) looks like.

That said, does the following help at all?

set1 <- data.frame(x = 4:6, y = 6:4, z = c(1, 3, 5))

plot(1:10, type="n")
XX <- "set1"
with(eval(as.symbol(XX)), symbols(x, y, circles = z, add=TRUE))

EDIT:

Now that I see your real task, here is a one-liner that'll do everything you want without requiring any for() loops:

with(dat, symbols(sq, cu, circles = num,
                  bg = c("red", "blue")[(num>5) + 1]))

The one bit of code that may feel odd is the bit specifying the background color. Try out these two lines to see how it works:

c(TRUE, FALSE) + 1
# [1] 2 1
c("red", "blue")[c(F, F, T, T) + 1]
# [1] "red"  "red"  "blue" "blue"

When should we implement Serializable interface?

  1. Implement the Serializable interface when you want to be able to convert an instance of a class into a series of bytes or when you think that a Serializable object might reference an instance of your class.

  2. Serializable classes are useful when you want to persist instances of them or send them over a wire.

  3. Instances of Serializable classes can be easily transmitted. Serialization does have some security consequences, however. Read Joshua Bloch's Effective Java.

No line-break after a hyphen

You could also wrap the relevant text with

<span style="white-space: nowrap;"></span>

HTML select dropdown list

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This way the user cannot see this option, but it shows in the select box.

Single quotes vs. double quotes in C or C++

Some compilers also implement an extension, that allows multi-character constants. The C99 standard says:

6.4.4.4p10: "The value of an integer character constant containing more than one character (e.g., 'ab'), or containing a character or escape sequence that does not map to a single-byte execution character, is implementation-defined."

This could look like this, for instance:

const uint32_t png_ihdr = 'IHDR';

The resulting constant (in GCC, which implements this) has the value you get by taking each character and shifting it up, so that 'I' ends up in the most significant bits of the 32-bit value. Obviously, you shouldn't rely on this if you are writing platform independent code.

How to make a HTML list appear horizontally instead of vertically using CSS only?

Using display: inline-flex

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    <li>3 menu item</li>_x000D_
  </ul>_x000D_
</div>
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Using display: inline-block

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How to get UTF-8 working in Java webapps?

I think you summed it up quite well in your own answer.

In the process of UTF-8-ing(?) from end to end you might also want to make sure java itself is using UTF-8. Use -Dfile.encoding=utf-8 as parameter to the JVM (can be configured in catalina.bat).

How to compare strings in an "if" statement?

You're looking for the function strcmp, or strncmp from string.h.

Since strings are just arrays, you need to compare each character, so this function will do that for you:

if (strcmp(favoriteDairyProduct, "cheese") == 0)
{
    printf("You like cheese too!");
}
else
{
    printf("I like cheese more.");
}

Further reading: strcmp at cplusplus.com

Initializing C# auto-properties

You can do it via the constructor of your class:

public class foo {
  public foo(){
    Bar = "bar";
  }
  public string Bar {get;set;}
}

If you've got another constructor (ie, one that takes paramters) or a bunch of constructors you can always have this (called constructor chaining):

public class foo {
  private foo(){
    Bar = "bar";
    Baz = "baz";
  }
  public foo(int something) : this(){
    //do specialized initialization here
    Baz = string.Format("{0}Baz", something);
  }
  public string Bar {get; set;}
  public string Baz {get; set;}
}

If you always chain a call to the default constructor you can have all default property initialization set there. When chaining, the chained constructor will be called before the calling constructor so that your more specialized constructors will be able to set different defaults as applicable.

How to check if the request is an AJAX request with PHP

From PHP 7 with null coalescing operator it will be shorter:

$is_ajax = 'xmlhttprequest' == strtolower( $_SERVER['HTTP_X_REQUESTED_WITH'] ?? '' );

Postgres - Transpose Rows to Columns

Use crosstab() from the tablefunc module.

SELECT * FROM crosstab(
   $$SELECT user_id, user_name, rn, email_address
     FROM  (
        SELECT u.user_id, u.user_name, e.email_address
             , row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY u.user_id
                            ORDER BY e.creation_date DESC NULLS LAST) AS rn
        FROM   usr u
        LEFT   JOIN email_tbl e USING (user_id)
        ) sub
     WHERE  rn < 4
     ORDER  BY user_id
   $$
  , 'VALUES (1),(2),(3)'
   ) AS t (user_id int, user_name text, email1 text, email2 text, email3 text);

I used dollar-quoting for the first parameter, which has no special meaning. It's just convenient if you have to escape single quotes in the query string which is a common case:

Detailed explanation and instructions here:

And in particular, for "extra columns":

The special difficulties here are:

  • The lack of key names.
    -> We substitute with row_number() in a subquery.

  • The varying number of emails.
    -> We limit to a max. of three in the outer SELECT
    and use crosstab() with two parameters, providing a list of possible keys.

Pay attention to NULLS LAST in the ORDER BY.

fitting data with numpy

Note that you can use the Polynomial class directly to do the fitting and return a Polynomial instance.

from numpy.polynomial import Polynomial

p = Polynomial.fit(x, y, 4)
plt.plot(*p.linspace())

p uses scaled and shifted x values for numerical stability. If you need the usual form of the coefficients, you will need to follow with

pnormal = p.convert(domain=(-1, 1))

jquery datatables default sort

Just Include the following code:

    $(document).ready(function() {
        $('#tableID').DataTable( {
            "order": [[ 3, "desc" ]]
        } );
    } 
);

Full reference article with the example:

https://datatables.net/examples/basic_init/table_sorting.html

CSS Animation onClick

You can do that by using following code

$('#button_id').on('click', function(){
$('#element_want_to_target').addClass('.animation_class');});

Ant build failed: "Target "build..xml" does not exist"

I'm probably late but this worked for me:


  1. Open your build.xml file located in your project's directory.
  2. Copy and Paste the following code in the main project tag : <target name="build" />

Fill an array with random numbers

If the randomness is controlled like this there can always generate any number of data points of a given range. If the random method in java is only used, we cannot guarantee that all the numbers will be unique.

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  System.out.print(i+" ");_x000D_
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Ruby - ignore "exit" in code

loop {   begin     Bar.new   rescue SystemExit     p $!  #: #<SystemExit: exit>   end } 

This will print #<SystemExit: exit> in an infinite loop, without ever exiting.

How can I check if string contains characters & whitespace, not just whitespace?

Well, if you are using jQuery, it's simpler.

if ($.trim(val).length === 0){
   // string is invalid
} 

Counting the number of non-NaN elements in a numpy ndarray in Python

Quick-to-write alterantive

Even though is not the fastest choice, if performance is not an issue you can use:

sum(~np.isnan(data)).

Performance:

In [7]: %timeit data.size - np.count_nonzero(np.isnan(data))
10 loops, best of 3: 67.5 ms per loop

In [8]: %timeit sum(~np.isnan(data))
10 loops, best of 3: 154 ms per loop

In [9]: %timeit np.sum(~np.isnan(data))
10 loops, best of 3: 140 ms per loop

Taking the record with the max date

The analytic function approach would look something like

SELECT a, some_date_column
  FROM (SELECT a,
               some_date_column,
               rank() over (partition by a order by some_date_column desc) rnk
          FROM tablename)
 WHERE rnk = 1

Note that depending on how you want to handle ties (or whether ties are possible in your data model), you may want to use either the ROW_NUMBER or the DENSE_RANK analytic function rather than RANK.

Get next / previous element using JavaScript?

There is a attribute on every HTMLElement, "previousElementSibling".

Ex:

<div id="a">A</div>
<div id="b">B</div>
<div id="c">c</div>

<div id="result">Resultado: </div>

var b = document.getElementById("c").previousElementSibling;

document.getElementById("result").innerHTML += b.innerHTML;

Live: http://jsfiddle.net/QukKM/

Constantly print Subprocess output while process is running

To answer the original question, the best way IMO is just redirecting subprocess stdout directly to your program's stdout (optionally, the same can be done for stderr, as in example below)

p = Popen(cmd, stdout=sys.stdout, stderr=sys.stderr)
p.communicate()

Need to find a max of three numbers in java

It would help if you provided the error you are seeing. Look at http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/lang/Math.html and you will see that max only returns the max between two numbers, so likely you code is not even compiling.

Solve all your compilation errors first.

Then your homework will consist of finding the max of three numbers by comparing the first two together, and comparing that max result with the third value. You should have enough to find your answer now.

EF Code First "Invalid column name 'Discriminator'" but no inheritance

I just encountered this and my problem was caused by having two entities both with the System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations.Schema.TableAttribute referring to the same table.

for example:

[Table("foo")]
public class foo
{
    // some stuff here
}

[Table("foo")]
public class fooExtended
{
    // more stuff here
}

changing the second one from foo to foo_extended fixed this for me and I'm now using Table Per Type (TPT)

Stopping a windows service when the stop option is grayed out

I solved the problem with the following steps:

  1. Open "services.msc" from command / Windows RUN.

  2. Find the service (which is greyed out).

  3. Double click on that service and go to the "Recovery" tab.

  4. Ensure that

    • First Failure action is selected as "Take No action".
    • Second Failure action is selected as "Take No action".
    • Subsequent Failures action is selected as "Take No action".

    and Press OK.

Now, the service will not try to restart and you can able to delete the greyed out service from services list (i.e. greyed out will be gone).

How do I plot only a table in Matplotlib?

Not sure if this is already answered, but if you want only a table in a figure window, then you can hide the axes:

fig, ax = plt.subplots()

# Hide axes
ax.xaxis.set_visible(False) 
ax.yaxis.set_visible(False)

# Table from Ed Smith answer
clust_data = np.random.random((10,3))
collabel=("col 1", "col 2", "col 3")
ax.table(cellText=clust_data,colLabels=collabel,loc='center')

Using jQuery how to get click coordinates on the target element

see here enter link description here

html

<body>
<p>This is a paragraph.</p>
<div id="myPosition">
</div>
</body>

css

#myPosition{
  background-color:red;
  height:200px;
  width:200px;
}

jquery

$(document).ready(function(){
    $("#myPosition").click(function(e){
       var elm = $(this);
       var xPos = e.pageX - elm.offset().left;
       var yPos = e.pageY - elm.offset().top;
       alert("X position: " + xPos + ", Y position: " + yPos);
    });
});

Can I call jQuery's click() to follow an <a> link if I haven't bound an event handler to it with bind or click already?

Another option is of course to just use vanilla JavaScript:

document.getElementById("a_link").click()

Warning: date_format() expects parameter 1 to be DateTime

I've tried sean662's 3rd solution and worked with now() function stored in an INSERT sql an then it's value in the date_create() function. After that the variable is then passed through the date_format() function and you can have the date order that you like.

Pointer to a string in C?

The same notation is used for pointing at a single character or the first character of a null-terminated string:

char c = 'Z';
char a[] = "Hello world";

char *ptr1 = &c;
char *ptr2 = a;      // Points to the 'H' of "Hello world"
char *ptr3 = &a[0];  // Also points to the 'H' of "Hello world"
char *ptr4 = &a[6];  // Points to the 'w' of "world"
char *ptr5 = a + 6;  // Also points to the 'w' of "world"

The values in ptr2 and ptr3 are the same; so are the values in ptr4 and ptr5. If you're going to treat some data as a string, it is important to make sure it is null terminated, and that you know how much space there is for you to use. Many problems are caused by not understanding what space is available and not knowing whether the string was properly null terminated.

Note that all the pointers above can be dereferenced as if they were an array:

 *ptr1    == 'Z'
  ptr1[0] == 'Z'

 *ptr2    == 'H'
  ptr2[0] == 'H'
  ptr2[4] == 'o'

 *ptr4    == 'w'
  ptr4[0] == 'w'
  ptr4[4] == 'd'

  ptr5[0] ==   ptr3[6]
*(ptr5+0) == *(ptr3+6)

Late addition to question

What does char (*ptr)[N]; represent?

This is a more complex beastie altogether. It is a pointer to an array of N characters. The type is quite different; the way it is used is quite different; the size of the object pointed to is quite different.

char (*ptr)[12] = &a;

(*ptr)[0] == 'H'
(*ptr)[6] == 'w'

*(*ptr + 6) == 'w'

Note that ptr + 1 points to undefined territory, but points 'one array of 12 bytes' beyond the start of a. Given a slightly different scenario:

char b[3][12] = { "Hello world", "Farewell", "Au revoir" };

char (*pb)[12] = &b[0];

Now:

(*(pb+0))[0] == 'H'
(*(pb+1))[0] == 'F'
(*(pb+2))[5] == 'v'

You probably won't come across pointers to arrays except by accident for quite some time; I've used them a few times in the last 25 years, but so few that I can count the occasions on the fingers of one hand (and several of those have been answering questions on Stack Overflow). Beyond knowing that they exist, that they are the result of taking the address of an array, and that you probably didn't want it, you don't really need to know more about pointers to arrays.

Specified cast is not valid.. how to resolve this

Use Convert.ToDouble(value) rather than (double)value. It takes an object and supports all of the types you asked for! :)

Also, your method is always returning a string in the code above; I'd recommend having the method indicate so, and give it a more obvious name (public string FormatLargeNumber(object value))

Understanding Popen.communicate

Do not use communicate(input=""). It writes input to the process, closes its stdin and then reads all output.

Do it like this:

p=subprocess.Popen(["python","1st.py"],stdin=PIPE,stdout=PIPE)

# get output from process "Something to print"
one_line_output = p.stdout.readline()

# write 'a line\n' to the process
p.stdin.write('a line\n')

# get output from process "not time to break"
one_line_output = p.stdout.readline() 

# write "n\n" to that process for if r=='n':
p.stdin.write('n\n') 

# read the last output from the process  "Exiting"
one_line_output = p.stdout.readline()

What you would do to remove the error:

all_the_process_will_tell_you = p.communicate('all you will ever say to this process\nn\n')[0]

But since communicate closes the stdout and stdin and stderr, you can not read or write after you called communicate.

The use of Swift 3 @objc inference in Swift 4 mode is deprecated?

Migrator cannot identify all the functions that need @objc Inferred Objective-C thunks marked as deprecated to help you find them
• Build warnings about deprecated methods
• Console messages when running deprecated thunks

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How do I detect the Python version at runtime?

Sure, take a look at sys.version and sys.version_info.

For example, to check that you are running Python 3.x, use

import sys
if sys.version_info[0] < 3:
    raise Exception("Must be using Python 3")

Here, sys.version_info[0] is the major version number. sys.version_info[1] would give you the minor version number.

In Python 2.7 and later, the components of sys.version_info can also be accessed by name, so the major version number is sys.version_info.major.

See also How can I check for Python version in a program that uses new language features?

What does "publicPath" in Webpack do?

output.path

Local disk directory to store all your output files (Absolute path).

Example: path.join(__dirname, "build/")

Webpack will output everything into localdisk/path-to-your-project/build/


output.publicPath

Where you uploaded your bundled files. (absolute path, or relative to main HTML file)

Example: /assets/

Assumed you deployed the app at server root http://server/.

By using /assets/, the app will find webpack assets at: http://server/assets/. Under the hood, every urls that webpack encounters will be re-written to begin with "/assets/".

src="picture.jpg" Re-writes ? src="/assets/picture.jpg"

Accessed by: (http://server/assets/picture.jpg)


src="/img/picture.jpg" Re-writes ? src="/assets/img/picture.jpg"

Accessed by: (http://server/assets/img/picture.jpg)

Delete commits from a branch in Git

Removing an entire commit

git rebase -p --onto SHA^ SHA

Obviously replace "SHA" with the reference you want to get rid of. The "^" in that command is literal.

http://sethrobertson.github.io/GitFixUm/fixup.html#change_deep

Linear Layout and weight in Android

Try setting the layout_width of both buttons to "0dip" and the weight of both buttons to 0.5

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

Cause: A trigger was attempted to be retrieved for execution and was found to be invalid. This also means that compilation/authorization failed for the trigger.

Action: Options are to resolve the compilation/authorization errors, disable the trigger, or drop the trigger.

Syntax

ALTER TRIGGER trigger Name DISABLE;

ALTER TRIGGER trigger_Name ENABLE;

How to set upload_max_filesize in .htaccess?

If your web server is running php5, I believe you must use php5_value. This resolved the same error I received when using php_value.

Difference between declaring variables before or in loop?

This is a gotcha in VB.NET. The Visual Basic result won't reinitialize the variable in this example:

For i as Integer = 1 to 100
    Dim j as Integer
    Console.WriteLine(j)
    j = i
Next

' Output: 0 1 2 3 4...

This will print 0 the first time (Visual Basic variables have default values when declared!) but i each time after that.

If you add a = 0, though, you get what you might expect:

For i as Integer = 1 to 100
    Dim j as Integer = 0
    Console.WriteLine(j)
    j = i
Next

'Output: 0 0 0 0 0...

php: Get html source code with cURL

Try http://php.net/manual/en/curl.examples-basic.php :)

<?php

$ch = curl_init("http://www.example.com/");
$fp = fopen("example_homepage.txt", "w");

curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FILE, $fp);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HEADER, 0);

$output = curl_exec($ch);
curl_close($ch);
fclose($fp);
?>

As the documentation says:

The basic idea behind the cURL functions is that you initialize a cURL session using the curl_init(), then you can set all your options for the transfer via the curl_setopt(), then you can execute the session with the curl_exec() and then you finish off your session using the curl_close().

How to trim a list in Python

l = [4,76,2,8,6,4,3,7,2,1]
l = l[:5]

Monitoring the Full Disclosure mailinglist

Two generic ways to do the same thing... I'm not aware of any specific open solutions to do this, but it'd be rather trivial to do.

You could write a daily or weekly cron/jenkins job to scrape the previous time period's email from the archive looking for your keyworkds/combinations. Sending a batch digest with what it finds, if anything.

But personally, I'd Setup a specific email account to subscribe to the various security lists you're interested in. Add a simple automated script to parse the new emails for various keywords or combinations of keywords, when it finds a match forward that email on to you/your team. Just be sure to keep the keywords list updated with new products you're using.

You could even do this with a gmail account and custom rules, which is what I currently do, but I have setup an internal inbox in the past with a simple python script to forward emails that were of interest.

Jquery UI tooltip does not support html content

As long as we're using jQuery (> v1.8), we can parse the incoming string with $.parseHTML().

$('.tooltip').tooltip({
    content: function () {
        var tooltipContent = $('<div />').html( $.parseHTML( $(this).attr('title') ) );
        return tooltipContent;
    },
}); 

We'll parse the incoming string's attribute for unpleasant things, then convert it back to jQuery-readable HTML. The beauty of this is that by the time it hits the parser the strings are already concatenates, so it doesn't matter if someone is trying to split the script tag into separate strings. If you're stuck using jQuery's tooltips, this appears to be a solid solution.

Get the distance between two geo points

There are a couple of methods you could use, but to determine which one is best we first need to know if you are aware of the user's altitude, as well as the altitude of the other points?

Depending on the level of accuracy you are after, you could look into either the Haversine or Vincenty formulae...

These pages detail the formulae, and, for the less mathematically inclined also provide an explanation of how to implement them in script!

Haversine Formula: http://www.movable-type.co.uk/scripts/latlong.html

Vincenty Formula: http://www.movable-type.co.uk/scripts/latlong-vincenty.html

If you have any problems with any of the meanings in the formulae, just comment and I'll do my best to answer them :)

Convert Rtf to HTML

Mike Stall posted the code for one he wrote in c# here :

http://blogs.msdn.com/jmstall/archive/2006/10/20/rtf_5F00_html.aspx

Parse Json string in C#

Instead of an arraylist or dictionary you can also use a dynamic. Most of the time I use EasyHttp for this, but sure there will by other projects that do the same. An example below:

var http = new HttpClient();
http.Request.Accept = HttpContentTypes.ApplicationJson;
var response = http.Get("url");
var body = response.DynamicBody;
Console.WriteLine("Name {0}", body.AppName.Description);
Console.WriteLine("Name {0}", body.AppName.Value);

On NuGet: EasyHttp

How do I overload the square-bracket operator in C#?

Here is an example returning a value from an internal List object. Should give you the idea.

  public object this[int index]
  {
     get { return ( List[index] ); }
     set { List[index] = value; }
  }

How do I monitor the computer's CPU, memory, and disk usage in Java?

/* YOU CAN TRY THIS TOO */

import java.io.File;
 import java.lang.management.ManagementFactory;
// import java.lang.management.OperatingSystemMXBean;
 import java.lang.reflect.Method;
 import java.lang.reflect.Modifier;
 import java.lang.management.RuntimeMXBean;
 import java.io.*;
 import java.net.*;
 import java.util.*;
 import java.io.LineNumberReader;
 import java.lang.management.ManagementFactory;
import com.sun.management.OperatingSystemMXBean;
import java.lang.management.ManagementFactory;
import java.util.Random;



 public class Pragati
 {

     public static void printUsage(Runtime runtime)
     {
     long total, free, used;
     int mb = 1024*1024;

     total = runtime.totalMemory();
     free = runtime.freeMemory();
     used = total - free;
     System.out.println("\nTotal Memory: " + total / mb + "MB");
     System.out.println(" Memory Used: " + used / mb + "MB");
     System.out.println(" Memory Free: " + free / mb + "MB");
     System.out.println("Percent Used: " + ((double)used/(double)total)*100 + "%");
     System.out.println("Percent Free: " + ((double)free/(double)total)*100 + "%");
    }
    public static void log(Object message)
         {
            System.out.println(message);
         }

        public static int calcCPU(long cpuStartTime, long elapsedStartTime, int cpuCount)
        {
             long end = System.nanoTime();
             long totalAvailCPUTime = cpuCount * (end-elapsedStartTime);
             long totalUsedCPUTime = ManagementFactory.getThreadMXBean().getCurrentThreadCpuTime()-cpuStartTime;
             //log("Total CPU Time:" + totalUsedCPUTime + " ns.");
             //log("Total Avail CPU Time:" + totalAvailCPUTime + " ns.");
             float per = ((float)totalUsedCPUTime*100)/(float)totalAvailCPUTime;
             log( per);
             return (int)per;
        }

        static boolean isPrime(int n)
        {
     // 2 is the smallest prime
            if (n <= 2)
            {
                return n == 2;
            }
     // even numbers other than 2 are not prime
            if (n % 2 == 0)
            {
                return false;
            }
     // check odd divisors from 3
     // to the square root of n
         for (int i = 3, end = (int)Math.sqrt(n); i <= end; i += 2)
         {
            if (n % i == 0)
         {
         return false;
        }
        }
 return true;
}
    public static void main(String [] args)
    {
            int mb = 1024*1024;
            int gb = 1024*1024*1024;
             /* PHYSICAL MEMORY USAGE */
             System.out.println("\n**** Sizes in Mega Bytes ****\n");
            com.sun.management.OperatingSystemMXBean operatingSystemMXBean = (com.sun.management.OperatingSystemMXBean)ManagementFactory.getOperatingSystemMXBean();
            //RuntimeMXBean runtimeMXBean = ManagementFactory.getRuntimeMXBean();
            //operatingSystemMXBean = (com.sun.management.OperatingSystemMXBean) ManagementFactory.getOperatingSystemMXBean();
            com.sun.management.OperatingSystemMXBean os = (com.sun.management.OperatingSystemMXBean)
            java.lang.management.ManagementFactory.getOperatingSystemMXBean();
            long physicalMemorySize = os.getTotalPhysicalMemorySize();
            System.out.println("PHYSICAL MEMORY DETAILS \n");
            System.out.println("total physical memory : " + physicalMemorySize / mb + "MB ");
            long physicalfreeMemorySize = os.getFreePhysicalMemorySize();
            System.out.println("total free physical memory : " + physicalfreeMemorySize / mb + "MB");
            /* DISC SPACE DETAILS */
            File diskPartition = new File("C:");
            File diskPartition1 = new File("D:");
            File diskPartition2 = new File("E:");
            long totalCapacity = diskPartition.getTotalSpace() / gb;
            long totalCapacity1 = diskPartition1.getTotalSpace() / gb;
            double freePartitionSpace = diskPartition.getFreeSpace() / gb;
            double freePartitionSpace1 = diskPartition1.getFreeSpace() / gb;
            double freePartitionSpace2 = diskPartition2.getFreeSpace() / gb;
            double usablePatitionSpace = diskPartition.getUsableSpace() / gb;
            System.out.println("\n**** Sizes in Giga Bytes ****\n");
            System.out.println("DISC SPACE DETAILS \n");
            //System.out.println("Total C partition size : " + totalCapacity + "GB");
            //System.out.println("Usable Space : " + usablePatitionSpace + "GB");
            System.out.println("Free Space in drive C: : " + freePartitionSpace + "GB");
            System.out.println("Free Space in drive D:  : " + freePartitionSpace1 + "GB");
            System.out.println("Free Space in drive E: " + freePartitionSpace2 + "GB");
            if(freePartitionSpace <= totalCapacity%10 || freePartitionSpace1 <= totalCapacity1%10)
            {
                System.out.println(" !!!alert!!!!");
            }
            else
                System.out.println("no alert");

            Runtime runtime;
            byte[] bytes;
            System.out.println("\n \n**MEMORY DETAILS  ** \n");
            // Print initial memory usage.
            runtime = Runtime.getRuntime();
            printUsage(runtime);

            // Allocate a 1 Megabyte and print memory usage
            bytes = new byte[1024*1024];
            printUsage(runtime);

            bytes = null;
            // Invoke garbage collector to reclaim the allocated memory.
            runtime.gc();

            // Wait 5 seconds to give garbage collector a chance to run
            try {
            Thread.sleep(5000);
            } catch(InterruptedException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
            return;
            }

            // Total memory will probably be the same as the second printUsage call,
            // but the free memory should be about 1 Megabyte larger if garbage
            // collection kicked in.
            printUsage(runtime);
            for(int i = 0; i < 30; i++)
                     {
                         long start = System.nanoTime();
                        // log(start);
                        //number of available processors;
                         int cpuCount = ManagementFactory.getOperatingSystemMXBean().getAvailableProcessors();
                         Random random = new Random(start);
                         int seed = Math.abs(random.nextInt());
                         log("\n \n CPU USAGE DETAILS \n\n");
                         log("Starting Test with " + cpuCount + " CPUs and random number:" + seed);
                         int primes = 10000;
                         //
                         long startCPUTime = ManagementFactory.getThreadMXBean().getCurrentThreadCpuTime();
                         start = System.nanoTime();
                         while(primes != 0)
                         {
                            if(isPrime(seed))
                            {
                                primes--;
                            }
                            seed++;

                        }
                         float cpuPercent = calcCPU(startCPUTime, start, cpuCount);
                         log("CPU USAGE : " + cpuPercent + " % ");


                         try
                         {
                             Thread.sleep(1000);
                         }
                         catch (InterruptedException e) {}
        }

            try
            {
                Thread.sleep(500);
            }`enter code here`
            catch (Exception ignored) { }
        }
    }

Accessing Google Account Id /username via Android

This Method to get Google Username:

 public String getUsername() {
    AccountManager manager = AccountManager.get(this);
    Account[] accounts = manager.getAccountsByType("com.google");
    List<String> possibleEmails = new LinkedList<String>();

    for (Account account : accounts) {
        // TODO: Check possibleEmail against an email regex or treat
        // account.name as an email address only for certain account.type
        // values.
        possibleEmails.add(account.name);
    }

    if (!possibleEmails.isEmpty() && possibleEmails.get(0) != null) {
        String email = possibleEmails.get(0);
        String[] parts = email.split("@");
        if (parts.length > 0 && parts[0] != null)
            return parts[0];
        else
            return null;
    } else
        return null;
}

simple this method call ....

And Get Google User in Gmail id::

 accounts = AccountManager.get(this).getAccounts();
    Log.e("", "Size: " + accounts.length);
    for (Account account : accounts) {

        String possibleEmail = account.name;
        String type = account.type;

        if (type.equals("com.google")) {
            strGmail = possibleEmail;

            Log.e("", "Emails: " + strGmail);
            break;
        }
    }

After add permission in manifest;

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

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

Execute Stored Procedure from a Function

Here is another possible workaround:

if exists (select * from master..sysservers where srvname = 'loopback')
    exec sp_dropserver 'loopback'
go
exec sp_addlinkedserver @server = N'loopback', @srvproduct = N'', @provider = N'SQLOLEDB', @datasrc = @@servername
go

create function testit()
    returns int
as
begin
    declare @res int;
    select @res=count(*) from openquery(loopback, 'exec sp_who');
    return @res
end
go

select dbo.testit()

It's not so scary as xp_cmdshell but also has too many implications for practical use.

Autowiring two beans implementing same interface - how to set default bean to autowire?

The use of @Qualifier will solve the issue.
Explained as below example : 
public interface PersonType {} // MasterInterface

@Component(value="1.2") 
public class Person implements  PersonType { //Bean implementing the interface
@Qualifier("1.2")
    public void setPerson(PersonType person) {
        this.person = person;
    }
}

@Component(value="1.5")
public class NewPerson implements  PersonType { 
@Qualifier("1.5")
    public void setNewPerson(PersonType newPerson) {
        this.newPerson = newPerson;
    }
}

Now get the application context object in any component class :

Object obj= BeanFactoryAnnotationUtils.qualifiedBeanOfType((ctx).getAutowireCapableBeanFactory(), PersonType.class, type);//type is the qualifier id

you can the object of class of which qualifier id is passed.

How to get size in bytes of a CLOB column in Oracle?

Check the LOB segment name from dba_lobs using the table name.

select TABLE_NAME,OWNER,COLUMN_NAME,SEGMENT_NAME from dba_lobs where TABLE_NAME='<<TABLE NAME>>';

Now use the segment name to find the bytes used in dba_segments.

select s.segment_name, s.partition_name, bytes/1048576 "Size (MB)"
from dba_segments s, dba_lobs l
where s.segment_name = l.segment_name
and s.owner = '<< OWNER >> ' order by s.segment_name, s.partition_name;

Using SUMIFS with multiple AND OR conditions

In order to get the formula to work place the cursor inside the formula and press ctr+shift+enter and then it will work!

How can I set multiple CSS styles in JavaScript?

Use CSSStyleDeclaration.setProperty() method inside the Object.entries of styles object.
We can also set the priority ("important") for CSS property with this.
We will use "hypen-case" CSS property names.

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const styles = {_x000D_
  "font-size": "18px",_x000D_
  "font-weight": "bold",_x000D_
  "background-color": "lightgrey",_x000D_
  color: "red",_x000D_
  "padding": "10px !important",_x000D_
  margin: "20px",_x000D_
  width: "100px !important",_x000D_
  border: "1px solid blue"_x000D_
};_x000D_
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const elem = document.getElementById("my_div");_x000D_
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Object.entries(styles).forEach(([prop, val]) => {_x000D_
  const [value, pri = ""] = val.split("!");_x000D_
  elem.style.setProperty(prop, value, pri);_x000D_
});
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<div id="my_div"> Hello </div>
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Can an ASP.NET MVC controller return an Image?

I see two options:

1) Implement your own IViewEngine and set the ViewEngine property of the Controller you are using to your ImageViewEngine in your desired "image" method.

2) Use a view :-). Just change the content type etc.

Setting background colour of Android layout element

You can use android:background="#DC143C", or any other RGB values for your color. I have no problem using it this way, as stated here

How to use graphics.h in codeblocks?

If you want to use Codeblocks and Graphics.h,you can use Codeblocks-EP(I used it when I was learning C in college) then you can try

Codeblocks-EP http://codeblocks.codecutter.org/

In Codeblocks-EP , [File]->[New]->[Project]->[WinBGIm Project]

Codeblocks-EP WinBGIm Project Graphics.h

It has templates for WinBGIm projects installed and all the necessary libraries pre-installed.

OR try this https://stackoverflow.com/a/20321173/5227589

ES6 export all values from object

I can't really recommend this solution work-around but it does function. Rather than exporting an object, you use named exports each member. In another file, import the first module's named exports into an object and export that object as default. Also export all the named exports from the first module using export * from './file1';

values/value.js

let a = 1;
let b = 2;
let c = 3;

export {a, b, c};

values/index.js

import * as values from './value';

export default values;
export * from './value';

index.js

import values, {a} from './values';

console.log(values, a); // {a: 1, b: 2, c: 3} 1

How to capture a backspace on the onkeydown event

Try this:

document.addEventListener("keydown", KeyCheck);  //or however you are calling your method
function KeyCheck(event)
{
   var KeyID = event.keyCode;
   switch(KeyID)
   {
      case 8:
      alert("backspace");
      break; 
      case 46:
      alert("delete");
      break;
      default:
      break;
   }
}

Trying to detect browser close event

jQuery .bind() has been deprecated. Use .on() instead

$(window).on("beforeunload", function() {
    runBeforeClose();
});

Setting up foreign keys in phpMyAdmin?

This is old thread but answer because if useful to anyone.

Step 1. Your Db Storage Engine set to InnoDB

Step 2. Create Primary Table

here customer is primary table and customer_id is primary key

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Step 3. create foreign key table and give index

here we have customer_addresses as related table and store customer addresses, so here customer_id relation with customer table

we can select index directly when create table as below

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If you forgot to give index when create a table, then you can give index from the structure tab of table as below.

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Step 4. Once index give to the field, Go to structure tab and click on Relation View as shown in below pic

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Step 5. Now select the ON DELETE and ON UPDATE what you want to do, Select column from current table, select DB (SAME DB), select relation table and primary key from that table as shown in below pic and Save it

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Now check if relation are give successfully, go to foreign table data list and click on foreign key value, you will redirect to primary table record, then relation made successfully.

What is simplest way to read a file into String?

Don't write your own util class to do this - I would recommend using Guava, which is full of all kinds of goodness. In this case you'd want either the Files class (if you're really just reading a file) or CharStreams for more general purpose reading. It has methods to read the data into a list of strings (readLines) or totally (toString).

It has similar useful methods for binary data too. And then there's the rest of the library...

I agree it's annoying that there's nothing similar in the standard libraries. Heck, just being able to supply a CharSet to a FileReader would make life a little simpler...

Why am I getting "void value not ignored as it ought to be"?

The original poster is quoting a GCC compiler error message, but even by reading this thread, it's not clear that the error message is properly addressed - except by @pmg's answer. (+1, btw)


error: void value not ignored as it ought to be

This is a GCC error message that means the return-value of a function is 'void', but that you are trying to assign it to a non-void variable.

Example:

void myFunction()
{
   //...stuff...
}

int main()
{
   int myInt = myFunction(); //Compile error!

    return 0;
}

You aren't allowed to assign void to integers, or any other type.

In the OP's situation:

int a = srand(time(NULL));

...is not allowed. srand(), according to the documentation, returns void.

This question is a duplicate of:

I am responding, despite it being duplicates, because this is the top result on Google for this error message. Because this thread is the top result, it's important that this thread gives a succinct, clear, and easily findable result.

How to add (vertical) divider to a horizontal LinearLayout?

In order to get drawn, divider of LinearLayout must have some height while ColorDrawable (which is essentially #00ff00 as well as any other hardcoded color) doesn't have. Simple (and correct) way to solve this, is to wrap your color into some Drawable with predefined height, such as shape drawable

HTML Tags in Javascript Alert() method

alert() is a method of the window object that cannot interpret HTML tags

What version of Python is on my Mac?

Use the which command. It will show you the path

which python

Why use #define instead of a variable

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

// File:  MyFile.h

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

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

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

Python: pandas merge multiple dataframes

If you are filtering by common date this will return it:

dfs = [df1, df2, df3]
checker = dfs[-1]
check = set(checker.loc[:, 0])

for df in dfs[:-1]:
    check = check.intersection(set(df.loc[:, 0]))

print(checker[checker.loc[:, 0].isin(check)])

github: server certificate verification failed

Make sure first that you have certificates installed on your Debian in /etc/ssl/certs.

If not, reinstall them:

sudo apt-get install --reinstall ca-certificates

Since that package does not include root certificates, add:

sudo mkdir /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/cacert.org
sudo wget -P /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/cacert.org http://www.cacert.org/certs/root.crt http://www.cacert.org/certs/class3.crt
sudo update-ca-certificates

Make sure your git does reference those CA:

git config --global http.sslCAinfo /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt

Jason C mentions another potential cause (in the comments):

It was the clock. The NTP server was down, the system clock wasn't set properly, I didn't notice or think to check initially, and the incorrect time was causing verification to fail.

Certificates are time sensitive.

Better way to convert file sizes in Python

UNITS = {1000: ['KB', 'MB', 'GB'],
            1024: ['KiB', 'MiB', 'GiB']}

def approximate_size(size, flag_1024_or_1000=True):
    mult = 1024 if flag_1024_or_1000 else 1000
    for unit in UNITS[mult]:
        size = size / mult
        if size < mult:
            return '{0:.3f} {1}'.format(size, unit)

approximate_size(2123, False)

what is Array.any? for javascript

What you want is .empty not .empty() to fully mimics Ruby :

     Object.defineProperty( Array.prototype, 'empty', {
           get: function ( ) { return this.length===0 }
      } );    

then

[].empty //true
[3,2,8].empty //false

For any , see my answer here

How should I use Outlook to send code snippets?

I came across this looking for a way to format things better in an email to a co-worker. I ended up discovering that if you copy from Visual Studio Code (FREE) it retains the formatting, highlighting and everything else. This editor works with everything and has modules for every programming language I've ever encountered.

Looks beautiful in the email.

Force flex item to span full row width

When you want a flex item to occupy an entire row, set it to width: 100% or flex-basis: 100%, and enable wrap on the container.

The item now consumes all available space. Siblings are forced on to other rows.

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.parent {
  display: flex;
  flex-wrap: wrap;
}

#range, #text {
  flex: 1;
}

.error {
  flex: 0 0 100%; /* flex-grow, flex-shrink, flex-basis */
  border: 1px dashed black;
}
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<div class="parent">
  <input type="range" id="range">
  <input type="text" id="text">
  <label class="error">Error message (takes full width)</label>
</div>
_x000D_
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More info: The initial value of the flex-wrap property is nowrap, which means that all items will line up in a row. MDN

input checkbox true or checked or yes

Only checked and checked="checked" are valid. Your other options depend on error recovery in browsers.

checked="yes" and checked="true" are particularly bad as they imply that checked="no" and checked="false" will set the default state to be unchecked … which they will not.

Comparing two byte arrays in .NET

If you are looking for a very fast byte array equality comparer, I suggest you take a look at this STSdb Labs article: Byte array equality comparer. It features some of the fastest implementations for byte[] array equality comparing, which are presented, performance tested and summarized.

You can also focus on these implementations:

BigEndianByteArrayComparer - fast byte[] array comparer from left to right (BigEndian) BigEndianByteArrayEqualityComparer - - fast byte[] equality comparer from left to right (BigEndian) LittleEndianByteArrayComparer - fast byte[] array comparer from right to left (LittleEndian) LittleEndianByteArrayEqualityComparer - fast byte[] equality comparer from right to left (LittleEndian)

How to get the cookie value in asp.net website

FormsAuthentication.Decrypt takes the actual value of the cookie, not the name of it. You can get the cookie value like

HttpContext.Current.Request.Cookies[FormsAuthentication.FormsCookieName].Value;

and decrypt that.

Why is setTimeout(fn, 0) sometimes useful?

By calling setTimeout you give the page time to react to the whatever the user is doing. This is particularly helpful for functions run during page load.

Tracking CPU and Memory usage per process

maybe you can use this. It should work for you and will report processor time for the specified process.

@echo off
: Rich Kreider <[email protected]>
: report processor time for given process until process exits (could be expanded to use a PID to be more
: precise)
: Depends:  typeperf
: Usage:  foo.cmd <processname>

set process=%~1
echo Press CTRL-C To Stop...
:begin
for /f "tokens=2 delims=," %%c in ('typeperf "\Process(%process%)\%% Processor Time" -si 1 -sc 1 ^| find /V "\\"') do (
if %%~c==-1 (
goto :end
) else (
echo %%~c%%
goto begin
)
)

:end
echo Process seems to have terminated.

jQuery scroll to ID from different page

I made a reusable plugin that can do this... I left the binding to events outside the plugin itself because I feel it is too intrusive for such a little helper....

jQuery(function ($) {

    /**
     * This small plugin will scrollTo a target, smoothly
     *
     * First argument = time to scroll to the target
     * Second argument = set the hash in the current url yes or no
     */
    $.fn.smoothScroll = function(t, setHash) {
        // Set time to t variable to if undefined 500 for 500ms transition
        t = t || 500;
        setHash = (typeof setHash == 'undefined') ? true : setHash;

        // Return this as a proper jQuery plugin should
        return this.each(function() {
            $('html, body').animate({
                scrollTop: $(this).offset().top
            }, t);

            // Lets set the hash to the current ID since if an event was prevented this doesn't get done
            if (this.id && setHash) {
                window.location.hash = this.id;
            }
        });
    };

});

Now next, we can onload just do this, check for a hash and if its there try to use it directly as a selector for jQuery. Now I couldn't easily test this at the time but I made similar stuff for production sites not long ago, if this doesn't immediatly work let me know and I'll look into the solution I got there.

(script should be within an onload section)

if (window.location.hash) {
    window.scrollTo(0,0);
    $(window.location.hash).smoothScroll();
}

Next we bind the plugin to onclick of anchors which only contain a hash in their href attribute.

(script should be within an onload section)

$('a[href^="#"]').click(function(e) {
    e.preventDefault();

    $($(this).attr('href')).smoothScroll();
});

Since jQuery doesn't do anything if the match itself fails we have a nice fallback for when a target on a page can't be found yay \o/

Update

Alternative onclick handler to scroll to the top when theres only a hash:

$('a[href^="#"]').click(function(e) {
    e.preventDefault();
    var href = $(this).attr('href');

    // In this case we have only a hash, so maybe we want to scroll to the top of the page?
    if(href.length === 1) { href = 'body' }

    $(href).smoothScroll();
});

Here is also a simple jsfiddle that demonstrates the scrolling within page, onload is a little hard to set up...

http://jsfiddle.net/sg3s/bZnWN/

Update 2

So you might get in trouble with the window already scrolling to the element onload. This fixes that: window.scrollTo(0,0); it just scrolls the page to the left top. Added it to the code snippet above.

Why can't DateTime.Parse parse UTC date

or use the AdjustToUniversal DateTimeStyle in a call to

DateTime.ParseExact(String, String[], IFormatProvider, DateTimeStyles)

How to run shell script file using nodejs?

You could use "child process" module of nodejs to execute any shell commands or scripts with in nodejs. Let me show you with an example, I am running a shell script(hi.sh) with in nodejs.

hi.sh

echo "Hi There!"

node_program.js

const { exec } = require('child_process');
var yourscript = exec('sh hi.sh',
        (error, stdout, stderr) => {
            console.log(stdout);
            console.log(stderr);
            if (error !== null) {
                console.log(`exec error: ${error}`);
            }
        });

Here, when I run the nodejs file, it will execute the shell file and the output would be:

Run

node node_program.js

output

Hi There!

You can execute any script just by mentioning the shell command or shell script in exec callback.

Hope this helps! Happy coding :)

How to get a random value from dictionary?

With modern versions of Python(since 3), the objects returned by methods dict.keys(), dict.values() and dict.items() are view objects*. And hey can be iterated, so using directly random.choice is not possible as now they are not a list or set.

One option is to use list comprehension to do the job with random.choice:

import random

colors = {
    'purple': '#7A4198',
    'turquoise':'#9ACBC9',
    'orange': '#EF5C35',
    'blue': '#19457D',
    'green': '#5AF9B5',
    'red': ' #E04160',
    'yellow': '#F9F985'
}

color=random.choice([hex_color for color_value in colors.values()]

print(f'The new color is: {color}')

References:

Angular 4 checkbox change value

I am guessing that this is what something you are trying to achieve.

<input type="checkbox" value="a" (click)="click($event)">A
<input type="checkbox" value="b" (click)="click($event)">B

click(ev){
   console.log(ev.target.defaultValue);
}

Cannot attach the file *.mdf as database

Remove this line from the connection string that should do it ;) "AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|whateverurdatabasenameis-xxxxxxxxxx.mdf"

Getting an option text/value with JavaScript

In jquery you could try this $("#select_id>option:selected").text()

How to capitalize the first letter of text in a TextView in an Android Application

For me none of working:

Function:

private String getCapsSentences(String tagName) {
    String[] splits = tagName.toLowerCase().split(" ");
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
    for (int i = 0; i < splits.length; i++) {
        String eachWord = splits[i];
        if (i > 0 && eachWord.length() > 0) {
            sb.append(" ");
        }
        String cap = eachWord.substring(0, 1).toUpperCase() 
                + eachWord.substring(1);
        sb.append(cap);
    }
    return sb.toString();
}

Result:

I/P brain O/P Brain

I/P Brain and Health O/P Brain And Health

I/P brain And health to O/P Brain And Health

I/P brain's Health to O/P Brain's Health

I/P brain's Health and leg to O/P Brain's Health And Leg

Hope this would help you.

Difference between $.ajax() and $.get() and $.load()

$.ajax() is the most configurable one, where you get fine grained control over HTTP headers and such. You're also able to get direct access to the XHR-object using this method. Slightly more fine-grained error-handling is also provided. Can therefore be more complicated and often unecessary, but sometimes very useful. You have to deal with the returned data yourself with a callback.

$.get() is just a shorthand for $.ajax() but abstracts some of the configurations away, setting reasonable default values for what it hides from you. Returns the data to a callback. It only allows GET-requests so is accompanied by the $.post() function for similar abstraction, only for POST

.load() is similar to $.get() but adds functionality which allows you to define where in the document the returned data is to be inserted. Therefore really only usable when the call only will result in HTML. It is called slightly differently than the other, global, calls, as it is a method tied to a particular jQuery-wrapped DOM element. Therefore, one would do: $('#divWantingContent').load(...)

It should be noted that all $.get(), $.post(), .load() are all just wrappers for $.ajax() as it's called internally.

More details in the Ajax-documentation of jQuery: http://api.jquery.com/category/ajax/

Creating a new ArrayList in Java

Material please go through this Link And also try this

 ArrayList<Class> myArray= new ArrayList<Class>();

How to edit the legend entry of a chart in Excel?

The data series names are defined by the column headers. Add the names to the column headers that you would like to use as titles for each of your data series, select all of the data (including the headers), then re-generate your graph. The names in the headers should then appear as the names in the legend for each series.

Column headers become data series titles in graph legend

How to make a boolean variable switch between true and false every time a method is invoked?

in java when you set a value to variable, it return new value. So

private boolean getValue()
{
     return value = !value;
}

String field value length in mongoDB

Here is one of the way in mongodb you can achieve this.

db.usercollection.find({ $where: 'this.name.length < 4' })

Java inner class and static nested class

The instance of the inner class is created when instance of the outer class is created. Therefore the members and methods of the inner class have access to the members and methods of the instance (object) of the outer class. When the instance of the outer class goes out of scope, also the inner class instances cease to exist.

The static nested class doesn't have a concrete instance. It's just loaded when it's used for the first time (just like the static methods). It's a completely independent entity, whose methods and variables doesn't have any access to the instances of the outer class.

The static nested classes are not coupled with the outer object, they are faster, and they don't take heap/stack memory, because its not necessary to create instance of such class. Therefore the rule of thumb is to try to define static nested class, with as limited scope as possible (private >= class >= protected >= public), and then convert it to inner class (by removing "static" identifier) and loosen the scope, if it's really necessary.

ng-model for `<input type="file"/>` (with directive DEMO)

I had to modify Endy's directive so that I can get Last Modified, lastModifiedDate, name, size, type, and data as well as be able to get an array of files. For those of you that needed these extra features, here you go.

UPDATE: I found a bug where if you select the file(s) and then go to select again but cancel instead, the files are never deselected like it appears. So I updated my code to fix that.

 .directive("fileread", function () {
        return {
            scope: {
                fileread: "="
            },
            link: function (scope, element, attributes) {
                element.bind("change", function (changeEvent) {
                    var readers = [] ,
                        files = changeEvent.target.files ,
                        datas = [] ;
                    if(!files.length){
                        scope.$apply(function () {
                            scope.fileread = [];
                        });
                        return;
                    }
                    for ( var i = 0 ; i < files.length ; i++ ) {
                        readers[ i ] = new FileReader();
                        readers[ i ].index = i;
                        readers[ i ].onload = function (loadEvent) {
                            var index = loadEvent.target.index;
                            datas.push({
                                lastModified: files[index].lastModified,
                                lastModifiedDate: files[index].lastModifiedDate,
                                name: files[index].name,
                                size: files[index].size,
                                type: files[index].type,
                                data: loadEvent.target.result
                            });
                            if ( datas.length === files.length ){
                                scope.$apply(function () {
                                    scope.fileread = datas;
                                });
                            }
                        };
                        readers[ i ].readAsDataURL( files[i] );
                    }
                });

            }
        }
    });

Android java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError

Edit the build path in this order, this worked for me.

Make sure the /gen is before /src

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How to do a newline in output

Use "\n" instead of '\n'

How to create a fixed sidebar layout with Bootstrap 4?

I used this in my code:

<div class="sticky-top h-100">
    <nav id="sidebar" class="vh-100">
        ....

this cause your sidebar height become 100% and fixed at top.

What is the shortest function for reading a cookie by name in JavaScript?

To truly remove as much bloat as possible, consider not using a wrapper function at all:

try {
    var myCookie = document.cookie.match('(^|;) *myCookie=([^;]*)')[2]
} catch (_) {
    // handle missing cookie
}

As long as you're familiar with RegEx, that code is reasonably clean and easy to read.

Populate data table from data reader

Please check the below code. Automatically it will convert as DataTable

private void ConvertDataReaderToTableManually()
    {
        SqlConnection conn = null;
        try
        {
            string connString = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["NorthwindConn"].ConnectionString;
            conn = new SqlConnection(connString);
            string query = "SELECT * FROM Customers";
            SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(query, conn);
            conn.Open();
            SqlDataReader dr = cmd.ExecuteReader(CommandBehavior.CloseConnection);
            DataTable dtSchema = dr.GetSchemaTable();
            DataTable dt = new DataTable();
            // You can also use an ArrayList instead of List<>
            List<DataColumn> listCols = new List<DataColumn>();

            if (dtSchema != null)
            {
                foreach (DataRow drow in dtSchema.Rows)
                {
                    string columnName = System.Convert.ToString(drow["ColumnName"]);
                    DataColumn column = new DataColumn(columnName, (Type)(drow["DataType"]));
                    column.Unique = (bool)drow["IsUnique"];
                    column.AllowDBNull = (bool)drow["AllowDBNull"];
                    column.AutoIncrement = (bool)drow["IsAutoIncrement"];
                    listCols.Add(column);
                    dt.Columns.Add(column);
                }
            }

            // Read rows from DataReader and populate the DataTable
            while (dr.Read())
            {
                DataRow dataRow = dt.NewRow();
                for (int i = 0; i < listCols.Count; i++)
                {
                    dataRow[((DataColumn)listCols[i])] = dr[i];
                }
                dt.Rows.Add(dataRow);
            }
            GridView2.DataSource = dt;
            GridView2.DataBind();
        }
        catch (SqlException ex)
        {
            // handle error
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            // handle error
        }
        finally
        {
            conn.Close();
        }

    }

How to create a QR code reader in a HTML5 website?

There aren't many JavaScript decoders.

There is one at http://www.webqr.com/index.html

The easiest way is to run ZXing or similar on your server. You can then POST the image and get the decoded result back in the response.

Pandas Replace NaN with blank/empty string

using keep_default_na=False should help you:

df = pd.read_csv(filename, keep_default_na=False)

What is the difference between ManualResetEvent and AutoResetEvent in .NET?

Taken from C# 3.0 Nutshell book, by Joseph Albahari

Threading in C# - Free E-Book

A ManualResetEvent is a variation on AutoResetEvent. It differs in that it doesn't automatically reset after a thread is let through on a WaitOne call, and so functions like a gate: calling Set opens the gate, allowing any number of threads that WaitOne at the gate through; calling Reset closes the gate, causing, potentially, a queue of waiters to accumulate until its next opened.

One could simulate this functionality with a boolean "gateOpen" field (declared with the volatile keyword) in combination with "spin-sleeping" – repeatedly checking the flag, and then sleeping for a short period of time.

ManualResetEvents are sometimes used to signal that a particular operation is complete, or that a thread's completed initialization and is ready to perform work.

Rails ActiveRecord date between

I have been using the 3 dots, instead of 2. Three dots gives you a range that is open at the beginning and closed at the end, so if you do 2 queries for subsequent ranges, you can't get the same row back in both.

2.2.2 :003 > Comment.where(updated_at: 2.days.ago.beginning_of_day..1.day.ago.beginning_of_day)
Comment Load (0.3ms)  SELECT "comments".* FROM "comments" WHERE ("comments"."updated_at" BETWEEN '2015-07-12 00:00:00.000000' AND '2015-07-13 00:00:00.000000')
=> #<ActiveRecord::Relation []> 
2.2.2 :004 > Comment.where(updated_at: 2.days.ago.beginning_of_day...1.day.ago.beginning_of_day)
Comment Load (0.3ms)  SELECT "comments".* FROM "comments" WHERE ("comments"."updated_at" >= '2015-07-12 00:00:00.000000' AND "comments"."updated_at" < '2015-07-13 00:00:00.000000')
=> #<ActiveRecord::Relation []> 

And, yes, always nice to use a scope!

Are 'Arrow Functions' and 'Functions' equivalent / interchangeable?

Arrow functions => best ES6 feature so far. They are a tremendously powerful addition to ES6, that I use constantly.

Wait, you can't use arrow function everywhere in your code, its not going to work in all cases like this where arrow functions are not usable. Without a doubt, the arrow function is a great addition it brings code simplicity.

But you can’t use an arrow function when a dynamic context is required: defining methods, create objects with constructors, get the target from this when handling events.

Arrow functions should NOT be used because:

  1. They do not have this

    It uses “lexical scoping” to figure out what the value of “this” should be. In simple word lexical scoping it uses “this” from the inside the function’s body.

  2. They do not have arguments

    Arrow functions don’t have an arguments object. But the same functionality can be achieved using rest parameters.

    let sum = (...args) => args.reduce((x, y) => x + y, 0) sum(3, 3, 1) // output - 7 `

  3. They cannot be used with new

    Arrow functions can't be construtors because they do not have a prototype property.

When to use arrow function and when not:

  1. Don't use to add function as a property in object literal because we can not access this.
  2. Function expressions are best for object methods. Arrow functions are best for callbacks or methods like map, reduce, or forEach.
  3. Use function declarations for functions you’d call by name (because they’re hoisted).
  4. Use arrow functions for callbacks (because they tend to be terser).

Getting time span between two times in C#?

Another way ( longer ) In VB.net [ Say 2300 Start and 0700 Finish next day ]

If tsStart > tsFinish Then

                            ' Take Hours difference and adjust accordingly
                            tsDifference = New TimeSpan((24 - tsStart.Hours) + tsFinish.Hours, 0, 0)

                            ' Add Minutes to Difference
                            tsDifference = tsDifference.Add(New TimeSpan(0, Math.Abs(tsStart.Minutes - tsFinish.Minutes), 0))


                            ' Add Seonds to Difference
                            tsDifference = tsDifference.Add(New TimeSpan(0, 0, Math.Abs(tsStart.Seconds - tsFinish.Seconds)))

Regular Expression for password validation

Long, and could maybe be shortened. Supports special characters ?"-_.

\A(?=[-\?\"_a-zA-Z0-9]*?[A-Z])(?=[-\?\"_a-zA-Z0-9]*?[a-z])(?=[-\?\"_a-zA-Z0-9]*?[0-9])[-\?\"_a-zA-Z0-9]{8,15}\z

Splitting a string into chunks of a certain size

        List<string> chunks = new List<string>();
        var longString = new string('s', 3000);
        var chunkLength = 1273;
        var ratio = (double)longString.Length / chunkLength;
        var countOfChunks = Convert.ToByte(Math.Round(ratio, MidpointRounding.ToPositiveInfinity));

        for (byte i = 0; i < countOfChunks; i++)
        {
            var remainingLength = longString.Length - chunkLength * i;
            if (chunkLength > remainingLength)
                chunks.Add(longString.Substring(i * chunkLength, remainingLength));
            else
                chunks.Add(longString.Substring(i * chunkLength, chunkLength));
        }

Passing variables, creating instances, self, The mechanics and usage of classes: need explanation

The whole point of a class is that you create an instance, and that instance encapsulates a set of data. So it's wrong to say that your variables are global within the scope of the class: say rather that an instance holds attributes, and that instance can refer to its own attributes in any of its code (via self.whatever). Similarly, any other code given an instance can use that instance to access the instance's attributes - ie instance.whatever.

Filter multiple values on a string column in dplyr

 by_type_year_tag_filtered <- by_type_year_tag %>%
      dplyr:: filter(tag_name %in% c("dplyr", "ggplot2"))

pthread_join() and pthread_exit()

The typical use is

void* ret = NULL;
pthread_t tid = something; /// change it suitably
if (pthread_join (tid, &ret)) 
   handle_error();
// do something with the return value ret

How to find keys of a hash?

For production code requiring a large compatibility with client browsers I still suggest Ivan Nevostruev's answer above with shim to ensure Object.keys in older browsers. However, it's possible to get the exact functionality requested using ECMA's new defineProperty feature.

As of ECMAScript 5 - Object.defineProperty

As of ECMA5 you can use Object.defineProperty() to define non-enumerable properties. The current compatibility still has much to be desired, but this should eventually become usable in all browsers. (Specifically note the current incompatibility with IE8!)

Object.defineProperty(Object.prototype, 'keys', {
  value: function keys() {
    var keys = [];
    for(var i in this) if (this.hasOwnProperty(i)) {
      keys.push(i);
    }
    return keys;
  },
  enumerable: false
});

var o = {
    'a': 1,
    'b': 2
}

for (var k in o) {
    console.log(k, o[k])
}

console.log(o.keys())

# OUTPUT
# > a 1
# > b 2
# > ["a", "b"]

However, since ECMA5 already added Object.keys you might as well use:

Object.defineProperty(Object.prototype, 'keys', {
  value: function keys() {
    return Object.keys(this);
  },
  enumerable: false
});

Original answer

Object.prototype.keys = function ()
{
  var keys = [];
  for(var i in this) if (this.hasOwnProperty(i))
  {
    keys.push(i);
  }
  return keys;
}

Edit: Since this answer has been around for a while I'll leave the above untouched. Anyone reading this should also read Ivan Nevostruev's answer below.

There's no way of making prototype functions non-enumerable which leads to them always turning up in for-in loops that don't use hasOwnProperty. I still think this answer would be ideal if extending the prototype of Object wasn't so messy.

How do I assign ls to an array in Linux Bash?

Whenever possible, you should avoid parsing the output of ls (see Greg's wiki on the subject). Basically, the output of ls will be ambiguous if there are funny characters in any of the filenames. It's also usually a waste of time. In this case, when you execute ls -d */, what happens is that the shell expands */ to a list of subdirectories (which is already exactly what you want), passes that list as arguments to ls -d, which looks at each one, says "yep, that's a directory all right" and prints it (in an inconsistent and sometimes ambiguous format). The ls command isn't doing anything useful!

Well, ok, it is doing one thing that's useful: if there are no subdirectories, */ will get left as is, ls will look for a subdirectory named "*", not find it, print an error message that it doesn't exist (to stderr), and not print the "*/" (to stdout).

The cleaner way to make an array of subdirectory names is to use the glob (*/) without passing it to ls. But in order to avoid putting "*/" in the array if there are no actual subdirectories, you should set nullglob first (again, see Greg's wiki):

shopt -s nullglob
array=(*/)
shopt -u nullglob # Turn off nullglob to make sure it doesn't interfere with anything later
echo "${array[@]}"  # Note double-quotes to avoid extra parsing of funny characters in filenames

If you want to print an error message if there are no subdirectories, you're better off doing it yourself:

if (( ${#array[@]} == 0 )); then
    echo "No subdirectories found" >&2
fi

T-SQL substring - separating first and last name

validate last name is blank

SELECT  
person.fullName,
(CASE WHEN 0 = CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName) 
    then  person.fullName 
    ELSE SUBSTRING(person.fullName, 1, CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName)) end) as first_name,  
(CASE WHEN 0 = CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName) 
    THEN ''  
    ELSE SUBSTRING(person.fullName,CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName), LEN(person.fullName) )end) last_name

FROM person

Good way to encapsulate Integer.parseInt()

You could roll your own, but it's just as easy to use commons lang's StringUtils.isNumeric() method. It uses Character.isDigit() to iterate over each character in the String.

How to vertically center a <span> inside a div?

To the parent div add a height say 50px. In the child span, add the line-height: 50px; Now the text in the span will be vertically center. This worked for me.

How to reload the datatable(jquery) data?

Use the fnReloadAjax() by the DataTables.net author.

I'm copying the source code below - in case the original ever moves:

$.fn.dataTableExt.oApi.fnReloadAjax = function ( oSettings, sNewSource, fnCallback, bStandingRedraw )
{
    if ( typeof sNewSource != 'undefined' && sNewSource != null )
    {
        oSettings.sAjaxSource = sNewSource;
    }
    this.oApi._fnProcessingDisplay( oSettings, true );
    var that = this;
    var iStart = oSettings._iDisplayStart;
    var aData = [];

    this.oApi._fnServerParams( oSettings, aData );

    oSettings.fnServerData( oSettings.sAjaxSource, aData, function(json) {
        /* Clear the old information from the table */
        that.oApi._fnClearTable( oSettings );

        /* Got the data - add it to the table */
        var aData =  (oSettings.sAjaxDataProp !== "") ?
            that.oApi._fnGetObjectDataFn( oSettings.sAjaxDataProp )( json ) : json;

        for ( var i=0 ; i<aData.length ; i++ )
        {
            that.oApi._fnAddData( oSettings, aData[i] );
        }

        oSettings.aiDisplay = oSettings.aiDisplayMaster.slice();
        that.fnDraw();

        if ( typeof bStandingRedraw != 'undefined' && bStandingRedraw === true )
        {
            oSettings._iDisplayStart = iStart;
            that.fnDraw( false );
        }

        that.oApi._fnProcessingDisplay( oSettings, false );

        /* Callback user function - for event handlers etc */
        if ( typeof fnCallback == 'function' && fnCallback != null )
        {
            fnCallback( oSettings );
        }
    }, oSettings );
}

/* Example call to load a new file */
oTable.fnReloadAjax( 'media/examples_support/json_source2.txt' );

/* Example call to reload from original file */
oTable.fnReloadAjax();

Where is the default log location for SharePoint/MOSS?

In SharePoint 2013 they are stored in:

%COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\15\LOGS

Difference between const reference and normal parameter

The important difference is that when passing by const reference, no new object is created. In the function body, the parameter is effectively an alias for the object passed in.

Because the reference is a const reference the function body cannot directly change the value of that object. This has a similar property to passing by value where the function body also cannot change the value of the object that was passed in, in this case because the parameter is a copy.

There are crucial differences. If the parameter is a const reference, but the object passed it was not in fact const then the value of the object may be changed during the function call itself.

E.g.

int a;

void DoWork(const int &n)
{
    a = n * 2;  // If n was a reference to a, n will have been doubled 

    f();  // Might change the value of whatever n refers to 
}

int main()
{
    DoWork(a);
}

Also if the object passed in was not actually const then the function could (even if it is ill advised) change its value with a cast.

e.g.

void DoWork(const int &n)
{
    const_cast<int&>(n) = 22;
}

This would cause undefined behaviour if the object passed in was actually const.

When the parameter is passed by const reference, extra costs include dereferencing, worse object locality, fewer opportunities for compile optimizing.

When the parameter is passed by value and extra cost is the need to create a parameter copy. Typically this is only of concern when the object type is large.

Error: could not find function ... in R

I had the error

Error: could not find function some.function

happen when doing R CMD check of a package I was making with RStudio. I found adding

exportPattern(".")

to the NAMESPACE file did the trick. As a sidenote, I had initially configured RStudio to use ROxygen to make the documentation -- and selected the configuration where ROxygen would write my NAMESPACE file for me, which kept erasing my edits. So, in my instance I unchecked NAMESPACE from the Roxygen configuration and added exportPattern(".") to NAMESPACE to solve this error.

How to simulate a mouse click using JavaScript?

Here's a pure JavaScript function which will simulate a click (or any mouse event) on a target element:

function simulatedClick(target, options) {

  var event = target.ownerDocument.createEvent('MouseEvents'),
      options = options || {},
      opts = { // These are the default values, set up for un-modified left clicks
        type: 'click',
        canBubble: true,
        cancelable: true,
        view: target.ownerDocument.defaultView,
        detail: 1,
        screenX: 0, //The coordinates within the entire page
        screenY: 0,
        clientX: 0, //The coordinates within the viewport
        clientY: 0,
        ctrlKey: false,
        altKey: false,
        shiftKey: false,
        metaKey: false, //I *think* 'meta' is 'Cmd/Apple' on Mac, and 'Windows key' on Win. Not sure, though!
        button: 0, //0 = left, 1 = middle, 2 = right
        relatedTarget: null,
      };

  //Merge the options with the defaults
  for (var key in options) {
    if (options.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
      opts[key] = options[key];
    }
  }

  //Pass in the options
  event.initMouseEvent(
      opts.type,
      opts.canBubble,
      opts.cancelable,
      opts.view,
      opts.detail,
      opts.screenX,
      opts.screenY,
      opts.clientX,
      opts.clientY,
      opts.ctrlKey,
      opts.altKey,
      opts.shiftKey,
      opts.metaKey,
      opts.button,
      opts.relatedTarget
  );

  //Fire the event
  target.dispatchEvent(event);
}

Here's a working example: http://www.spookandpuff.com/examples/clickSimulation.html

You can simulate a click on any element in the DOM. Something like simulatedClick(document.getElementById('yourButtonId')) would work.

You can pass in an object into options to override the defaults (to simulate which mouse button you want, whether Shift/Alt/Ctrl are held, etc. The options it accepts are based on the MouseEvents API.

I've tested in Firefox, Safari and Chrome. Internet Explorer might need special treatment, I'm not sure.

Avoiding "resource is out of sync with the filesystem"

For the new Indigo version, the Preferences change to "Refresh on access", and with a detail explanation : Automatically refresh external workspace changes on access via the workspace.

As “resource is out of sync with the filesystem” this problem happens when I use external workspace, so after I select this option, problem solved.

How Can I Remove “public/index.php” in the URL Generated Laravel?

Hope this helps like it did for me.

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^public
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ public/$1 [L]
</IfModule>

How can I use a custom font in Java?

From the Java tutorial, you need to create a new font and register it in the graphics environment:

GraphicsEnvironment ge = GraphicsEnvironment.getLocalGraphicsEnvironment();
ge.registerFont(Font.createFont(Font.TRUETYPE_FONT, new File("A.ttf")));

After this step is done, the font is available in calls to getAvailableFontFamilyNames() and can be used in font constructors.

IE6/IE7 css border on select element

To do a border along one side of a select in IE use IE's filters:

select.required { border-left:2px solid red; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.dropshadow(OffX=-2, OffY=0,color=#FF0000) }

I put a border on one side only of all my inputs for required status.

There is probably an effects that do a better job for an all-round border ...

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms532853(v=VS.85).aspx

Replace Line Breaks in a String C#

If your code is supposed to run in different environments, I would consider using the Environment.NewLine constant, since it is specifically the newline used in the specific environment.

line = line.Replace(Environment.NewLine, "newLineReplacement");

However, if you get the text from a file originating on another system, this might not be the correct answer, and you should replace with whatever newline constant is used on the other system. It will typically be \n or \r\n.

Difference between "git add -A" and "git add ."

I hope this may add some more clarity.

!The syntax is
git add <limiters> <pathspec>
! Aka
git add (nil/-u/-A) (nil/./pathspec)

Limiters may be -u or -A or nil.

Pathspec may be a filepath or dot, '.' to indicate the current directory.

Important background knowledge about how Git 'adds':

  • Invisible files, those prefixed with a dot, (dotfiles) are never automatically recognized by Git. They are never even listed as 'untracked'.
  • Empty folders are never added by Git. They are never even listed as 'untracked'. (A workaround is to add a blank file, possibly invisible, to the tracked files.)
  • Git status will not display subfolder information, that is, untracked files, unless at least one file in that subfolder is tracked. Before such time, Git considers the entire folder out of scope, a la 'empty'. It is empty of tracked items.
  • Specifying a filespec = '.' (dot), or the current directory, is not recursive unless -A is also specified. Dot refers strictly to the current directory - it omits paths found above and below.

Now, given that knowledge, we can apply the answers above.

The limiters are as follows.

  • -u = --update = subset to tracked files => Add = No; Change = Yes; Delete = Yes. => if the item is tracked.
  • -A = --all (no such -a, which gives syntax error) = superset of all untracked/tracked files , unless in Git before 2.0, wherein if the dot filespec is given, then only that particular folder is considered. => if the item is recognized, git add -A will find it and add it.

The pathspec is as follows.

  • In Git before 2.0, for the two limiters (update and all), the new default is to operate on the entire working tree, instead of the current path (Git 1.9 or earlier),
  • However, in v2.0, the operation can be limited to the current path: just add the explicit dot suffix (which is also valid in Git 1.9 or earlier);

git add -A .

git add -u .

In conclusion, my policy is:

  1. Ensure any hunks/files to be added are accounted for in git status.
  2. If any items are missing, due to invisible files/folders, add them separately.
  3. Have a good .gitignore file so that normally only files of interest are untracked and/or unrecognized.
  4. From the top level of the repository, "git add -A" to add all items. This works in all versions of Git.
  5. Remove any desired items from the index if desired.
  6. If there is a big bug, do 'git reset' to clear the index entirely.

Unable to load script from assets index.android.bundle on windows

I had this issue when i was trying to debug my code , (in using Toggle inspector in my android phone and react development ) , I did this simple steps :

  1. Open menu in phone ( where Reload is , I can open it by long press on back-button Or Shaking the phone ) enter image description here
  2. tap Dev Setting
  3. in Debugging -> Debug Server host & port for device should be empty Note : if you wrote port or anything here ( for debugging ) you should clear it.

Animated GIF in IE stopping

I realize that this is an old question and that by now the original posters have each found a solution that works for them, but I ran across this issue and found that VML tags do not fall victim to this IE bug. Animated GIFs still move during page unload when placed on the IE browser using VML tags.

Notice I detected VML first before making the decision to use VML tags so this is working in FireFox and other browsers using normal animated GIF behavior.

Here's how I solved this.

<input class="myExitButton" type="button" value="Click me"  />

<div class="loadingNextPage" style="display:none" >
    <span style="left:-24px; POSITION: relative; WIDTH: 48px; DISPLAY: inline-block; HEIGHT: 48px" class="spinnerImageVml"><?xml:namespace prefix="rvml" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml" /><rvml:group style="POSITION: absolute; WIDTH: 48px; HEIGHT: 48px; rotation: 1deg" class="rvml" coordsize = "47,47"><rvml:image style="POSITION: absolute; WIDTH: 48px; HEIGHT: 48px; TOP: 0px; LEFT: 0px" class="rvml" src="/images/loading_gray.gif" coordsize="21600,21600"></rvml:image></rvml:group></span>
    <img class="spinnerImage" src="/images/loading_gray.gif" alt="loading..." />
    <div>Just one moment while we access this information...</div>
</div>

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
    window.LoadProgress = (function (progress, $) {

        var getdialogHeight = function (height) {
            var isIE = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf('msie') > -1;
            if (isIE) {
                return height + 'px';
            }
            return height;
        };

        var isVmlSupported = function () {
            var a = document.body.appendChild(document.createElement('div'));
            a.innerHTML = '<v:shape id="vml_flag1" adj="1" />';
            var b = a.firstChild;
            b.style.behavior = "url(#default#VML)";
            var supported = b ? typeof b.adj == "object" : true;
            a.parentNode.removeChild(a);
            return supported;
        };

        var showAnimationDuringPageUnload = function () {
            if (isVmlSupported()) {
                $(".loadingNextPage > .spinnerImage").hide();
            }
            else {
                $(".loadingNextPage > .spinnerImageVml").hide();
            }
        };

        var openLoadingMessage = function () {
            $(".loadingNextPage").dialog({
                modal: true,
                closeOnEscape: true,
                title: 'Please wait...',
                closeText: 'x',
                height: getdialogHeight(200),
                buttons: {
                    "Close": function () {
                        $(this).dialog("close");
                    }
                }
            });
        };

        $('.myExitButton').click(function () {
            openLoadingMessage();
            showAnimationDuringPageUnload();
            window.location.href = 'http://www.stackoverflow.com';
        });


        return progress;
    })(window.LoadProgress || {}, window.jQuery);
</script>

Naturally, this relies on jQuery, jQueryUI and requires an animated GIF of some type ("/images/loading_gray.gif").

Summernote image upload

Summernote converts your uploaded images to a base64 encoded string by default, you can process this string or as other fellows mentioned you can upload images using onImageUpload callback. You can take a look at this gist which I modified a bit to adapt laravel csrf token here. But that did not work for me and I had no time to find out why! Instead, I solved it via a server-side solution based on this blog post. It gets the output of the summernote and then it will upload the images and updates the final markdown HTML.

use Illuminate\Http\Request;
use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Storage;

Route::get('/your-route-to-editor', function () {
    return view('your-view');
});

Route::post('/your-route-to-processor', function (Request $request) {

       $this->validate($request, [
           'editordata' => 'required',
       ]);

       $data = $request->input('editordata');

       //loading the html data from the summernote editor and select the img tags from it
       $dom = new \DomDocument();
       $dom->loadHtml($data, LIBXML_HTML_NOIMPLIED | LIBXML_HTML_NODEFDTD);    
       $images = $dom->getElementsByTagName('img');
       
       foreach($images as $k => $img){
           //for now src attribute contains image encrypted data in a nonsence string
           $data = $img->getAttribute('src');
           //getting the original file name that is in data-filename attribute of img
           $file_name = $img->getAttribute('data-filename');
           //extracting the original file name and extension
           $arr = explode('.', $file_name);
           $upload_base_directory = 'public/';

           $original_file_name='time()'.$k;
           $original_file_extension='png';

           if (sizeof($arr) ==  2) {
                $original_file_name = $arr[0];
                $original_file_extension = $arr[1];
           }
           else
           {
                //the file name contains extra . in itself
                $original_file_name = implode("_",array_slice($arr,0,sizeof($arr)-1));
                $original_file_extension = $arr[sizeof($arr)-1];
           }

           list($type, $data) = explode(';', $data);
           list(, $data)      = explode(',', $data);

           $data = base64_decode($data);

           $path = $upload_base_directory.$original_file_name.'.'.$original_file_extension;

           //uploading the image to an actual file on the server and get the url to it to update the src attribute of images
           Storage::put($path, $data);

           $img->removeAttribute('src');       
           //you can remove the data-filename attribute here too if you want.
           $img->setAttribute('src', Storage::url($path));
           // data base stuff here :
           //saving the attachments path in an array
       }

       //updating the summernote WYSIWYG markdown output.
       $data = $dom->saveHTML();

       // data base stuff here :
       // save the post along with it attachments array
       return view('your-preview-page')->with(['data'=>$data]);

});

Removing array item by value

w/o flip:

<?php
foreach ($items as $key => $value) {
    if ($id === $value) {
        unset($items[$key]);
    }
}

How to make VS Code to treat other file extensions as certain language?

The easiest way I've found for a global association is simply to ctrl+k m (or ctrl+shift+p and type "change language mode") with a file of the type you're associating open.

In the first selections will be "Configure File Association for 'x' " (whatever file type - see image attached) Selecting this makes the filetype association permanent

enter image description here

This may have changed (probably did) since the original question and accepted answer (and I don't know when it changed) but it's so much easier than the manual editing steps in the accepted and some of the other answers, and totaly avoids having to muss with IDs that may not be obvious.

CSS3 transition doesn't work with display property

I faced the problem with display:none

I have several horizontal bars with transition effects but I wanted to show only part of that container and fold the rest while maintaining the effects. I reproduced a small demo here

The obvious was to wrap those hidden animated bars in a div then toggle that element's height and opacity

.hide{
  opacity: 0;
  height: 0;
}
.bars-wrapper.expanded > .hide{
 opacity: 1;
 height: auto;
}

The animation works well but the issue was that these hidden bars were still consuming space on my page and overlapping other elements

enter image description here

so adding display:none to the hidden wrapper .hide solves the margin issue but not the transition, neither applying display:none or height:0;opacity:0 works on the children elements.

So my final workaround was to give those hidden bars a negative and absolute position and it worked well with CSS transitions.

Jsfiddle

How do I embed PHP code in JavaScript?

You're pretty much on the ball. The only difference is I'd separate out the JavaScript code so the majority was in an external static file. Then you just define variables or call a function from the actual PHP page:

<script type="text/javascript>
    function_in_other_file(<?php echo my_php_var; ?>);
</script>

Why an abstract class implementing an interface can miss the declaration/implementation of one of the interface's methods?

Interface means a class that has no implementation of its method, but with just declaration.
Other hand, abstract class is a class that can have implementation of some method along with some method with just declaration, no implementation.
When we implement an interface to an abstract class, its means that the abstract class inherited all the methods of the interface. As, it is not important to implement all the method in abstract class however it comes to abstract class (by inheritance too), so the abstract class can left some of the method in interface without implementation here. But, when this abstract class will inherited by some concrete class, they must have to implements all those unimplemented method there in abstract class.

How to display the string html contents into webbrowser control?

Instead of navigating to blank, you can do

webBrowser1.DocumentText="0";
webBrowser1.Document.OpenNew(true);
webBrowser1.Document.Write(theHTML);
webBrowser1.Refresh();

No need to wait for events or anything else. You can check the MSDN for OpenNew, while I have tested the initial DocumentText assignment in one of my projects and it works.

How can I delete all of my Git stashes at once?

if you want to remove the latest stash or at any particular index -

git stash drop type_your_index

> git stash list

  stash@{0}: abc
  stash@{1}: xyz
  stash@{1}: pqr

> git stash drop 0

  Dropped refs/stash@{0}

> git stash list

  stash@{0}: xyz
  stash@{1}: pqr

if you want to remove all the stash at once -

> git stash clear
>

> git stash list
>

Warning : Once done you can not revert back your stash

Truststore and Keystore Definitions

  1. First and major difference between trustStore and keyStore is that trustStore is used by TrustManager to determine whether remote connection should be trusted, keyStore is used from KeyManager deciding which authentication credentials should be sent to the remote host for authentication during SSL handshake.

  2. Another difference is that keyStore theoretically contains private keys required only if you are running a Server in SSL connection or you have enabled client authentication on server side and on the other hand trustStore stores public key or certificates from CA (Certificate Authorities) which are used to trust remote party or SSL connection.

    In fact you can store in the same file both private and public keys, given that the the tool to manage those file is the same (keytool), so you could use a single file for both the purposes, but you probably should not.

  3. At least on my Mac OSX the default keyStore is ${user.home}/.keystore, and the default trustStore is /System/Library/Java/Support/CoreDeploy.bundle/Contents/Home/lib/security/cacerts.

    If you want to override them you should add the JVM parameters -Djavax.net.ssl.keyStore /path/to/keyStore or -Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore /path/to/trustStore. You might also need to set the keyStore password in case of java.security.UnrecoverableKeyException: Password must not be null, using the parameter -Djavax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword=password or -Djavax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword=password

Main Source:

http://javarevisited.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/difference-between-truststore-vs-keyStore-Java-SSL.html

Codeigniter LIKE with wildcard(%)

For Full like you can user :

$this->db->like('title',$query);

For %$query you can use

$this->db->like('title', $query, 'before');

and for $query% you can use

$this->db->like('title', $query, 'after');

How to load a model from an HDF5 file in Keras?

See the following sample code on how to Build a basic Keras Neural Net Model, save Model (JSON) & Weights (HDF5) and load them:

# create model
model = Sequential()
model.add(Dense(X.shape[1], input_dim=X.shape[1], activation='relu')) #Input Layer
model.add(Dense(X.shape[1], activation='relu')) #Hidden Layer
model.add(Dense(output_dim, activation='softmax')) #Output Layer

# Compile & Fit model
model.compile(loss='binary_crossentropy', optimizer='adam', metrics=['accuracy'])
model.fit(X,Y,nb_epoch=5,batch_size=100,verbose=1)    

# serialize model to JSON
model_json = model.to_json()
with open("Data/model.json", "w") as json_file:
    json_file.write(simplejson.dumps(simplejson.loads(model_json), indent=4))

# serialize weights to HDF5
model.save_weights("Data/model.h5")
print("Saved model to disk")

# load json and create model
json_file = open('Data/model.json', 'r')
loaded_model_json = json_file.read()
json_file.close()
loaded_model = model_from_json(loaded_model_json)

# load weights into new model
loaded_model.load_weights("Data/model.h5")
print("Loaded model from disk")

# evaluate loaded model on test data 
# Define X_test & Y_test data first
loaded_model.compile(loss='binary_crossentropy', optimizer='adam', metrics=['accuracy'])
score = loaded_model.evaluate(X_test, Y_test, verbose=0)
print ("%s: %.2f%%" % (loaded_model.metrics_names[1], score[1]*100))

how to programmatically fake a touch event to a UIButton?

Swift 3:

self.btn.sendActions(for: .touchUpInside)

Word count from a txt file program

FILE_NAME = 'file.txt'

wordCounter = {}

with open(FILE_NAME,'r') as fh:
  for line in fh:
    # Replacing punctuation characters. Making the string to lower.
    # The split will spit the line into a list.
    word_list = line.replace(',','').replace('\'','').replace('.','').lower().split()
    for word in word_list:
      # Adding  the word into the wordCounter dictionary.
      if word not in wordCounter:
        wordCounter[word] = 1
      else:
        # if the word is already in the dictionary update its count.
        wordCounter[word] = wordCounter[word] + 1

print('{:15}{:3}'.format('Word','Count'))
print('-' * 18)

# printing the words and its occurrence.
for  (word,occurance)  in wordCounter.items(): 
  print('{:15}{:3}'.format(word,occurance))
#
    Word           Count
    ------------------
    of               6
    examples         2
    used             2
    development      2
    modified         2
    open-source      2

How do I detect if a user is already logged in Firebase?

https://firebase.google.com/docs/auth/web/manage-users

You have to add an auth state change observer.

firebase.auth().onAuthStateChanged(function(user) {
  if (user) {
    // User is signed in.
  } else {
    // No user is signed in.
  }
});

Stopping a CSS3 Animation on last frame

I learned today that there is a limit you want to use for the fill-mode. This is from an Apple dev. Rumor is * around * six, but not certain. Alternatively, you can set the initial state of your class to how you want the animation to end, then * initialize * it at from / 0% .

How to get position of a certain element in strings vector, to use it as an index in ints vector?

If you want an index, you can use std::find in combination with std::distance.

auto it = std::find(Names.begin(), Names.end(), old_name_);
if (it == Names.end())
{
  // name not in vector
} else
{
  auto index = std::distance(Names.begin(), it);
}

Generate pdf from HTML in div using Javascript

jsPDF is able to use plugins. In order to enable it to print HTML, you have to include certain plugins and therefore have to do the following:

  1. Go to https://github.com/MrRio/jsPDF and download the latest Version.
  2. Include the following Scripts in your project:
    • jspdf.js
    • jspdf.plugin.from_html.js
    • jspdf.plugin.split_text_to_size.js
    • jspdf.plugin.standard_fonts_metrics.js

If you want to ignore certain elements, you have to mark them with an ID, which you can then ignore in a special element handler of jsPDF. Therefore your HTML should look like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <body>
    <p id="ignorePDF">don't print this to pdf</p>
    <div>
      <p><font size="3" color="red">print this to pdf</font></p>
    </div>
  </body>
</html>

Then you use the following JavaScript code to open the created PDF in a PopUp:

var doc = new jsPDF();          
var elementHandler = {
  '#ignorePDF': function (element, renderer) {
    return true;
  }
};
var source = window.document.getElementsByTagName("body")[0];
doc.fromHTML(
    source,
    15,
    15,
    {
      'width': 180,'elementHandlers': elementHandler
    });

doc.output("dataurlnewwindow");

For me this created a nice and tidy PDF that only included the line 'print this to pdf'.

Please note that the special element handlers only deal with IDs in the current version, which is also stated in a GitHub Issue. It states:

Because the matching is done against every element in the node tree, my desire was to make it as fast as possible. In that case, it meant "Only element IDs are matched" The element IDs are still done in jQuery style "#id", but it does not mean that all jQuery selectors are supported.

Therefore replacing '#ignorePDF' with class selectors like '.ignorePDF' did not work for me. Instead you will have to add the same handler for each and every element, which you want to ignore like:

var elementHandler = {
  '#ignoreElement': function (element, renderer) {
    return true;
  },
  '#anotherIdToBeIgnored': function (element, renderer) {
    return true;
  }
};

From the examples it is also stated that it is possible to select tags like 'a' or 'li'. That might be a little bit to unrestrictive for the most usecases though:

We support special element handlers. Register them with jQuery-style ID selector for either ID or node name. ("#iAmID", "div", "span" etc.) There is no support for any other type of selectors (class, of compound) at this time.

One very important thing to add is that you lose all your style information (CSS). Luckily jsPDF is able to nicely format h1, h2, h3 etc., which was enough for my purposes. Additionally it will only print text within text nodes, which means that it will not print the values of textareas and the like. Example:

<body>
  <ul>
    <!-- This is printed as the element contains a textnode -->        
    <li>Print me!</li>
  </ul>
  <div>
    <!-- This is not printed because jsPDF doesn't deal with the value attribute -->
    <input type="textarea" value="Please print me, too!">
  </div>
</body>

[Ljava.lang.Object; cannot be cast to

You need to add query.addEntity(SwitcherServiceSource.class) before calling the .list() on query.

How to convert a file into a dictionary?

Simple Option

Most methods for storing a dictionary use JSON, Pickle, or line reading. Providing you're not editing the dictionary outside of Python, this simple method should suffice for even complex dictionaries. Although Pickle will be better for larger dictionaries.

x = {1:'a', 2:'b', 3:'c'}
f = 'file.txt'
print(x, file=open(f,'w'))    # file.txt >>> {1:'a', 2:'b', 3:'c'}
y = eval(open(f,'r').read())
print(x==y)                   # >>> True

Android Design Support Library expandable Floating Action Button(FAB) menu

Got a better approach to implement the animating FAB menu without using any library or to write huge xml code for animations. hope this will help in future for someone who needs a simple way to implement this.

Just using animate().translationY() function, you can animate any view up or down just I did in my below code, check complete code in github. In case you are looking for the same code in kotlin, you can checkout the kotlin code repo Animating FAB Menu.

first define all your FAB at same place so they overlap each other, remember on top the FAB should be that you want to click and to show other. eg:

    <android.support.design.widget.FloatingActionButton
    android:id="@+id/fab3"
    android:layout_width="@dimen/standard_45"
    android:layout_height="@dimen/standard_45"
    android:layout_gravity="bottom|end"
    android:layout_margin="@dimen/standard_21"
    app:srcCompat="@android:drawable/ic_btn_speak_now" />

<android.support.design.widget.FloatingActionButton
    android:id="@+id/fab2"
    android:layout_width="@dimen/standard_45"
    android:layout_height="@dimen/standard_45"
    android:layout_gravity="bottom|end"
    android:layout_margin="@dimen/standard_21"
    app:srcCompat="@android:drawable/ic_menu_camera" />

<android.support.design.widget.FloatingActionButton
    android:id="@+id/fab1"
    android:layout_width="@dimen/standard_45"
    android:layout_height="@dimen/standard_45"
    android:layout_gravity="bottom|end"
    android:layout_margin="@dimen/standard_21"
    app:srcCompat="@android:drawable/ic_dialog_map" />

<android.support.design.widget.FloatingActionButton
    android:id="@+id/fab"
    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:layout_gravity="bottom|end"
    android:layout_margin="@dimen/fab_margin"
    app:srcCompat="@android:drawable/ic_dialog_email" />

Now in your java class just define all your FAB and perform the click like shown below:

 FloatingActionButton fab = (FloatingActionButton) findViewById(R.id.fab);
    fab1 = (FloatingActionButton) findViewById(R.id.fab1);
    fab2 = (FloatingActionButton) findViewById(R.id.fab2);
    fab3 = (FloatingActionButton) findViewById(R.id.fab3);
    fab.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(View view) {
            if(!isFABOpen){
                showFABMenu();
            }else{
                closeFABMenu();
            }
        }
    });

Use the animation().translationY() to animate your FAB,I prefer you to use the attribute of this method in DP since only using an int will effect the display compatibility with higher resolution or lower resolution. as shown below:

 private void showFABMenu(){
    isFABOpen=true;
    fab1.animate().translationY(-getResources().getDimension(R.dimen.standard_55));
    fab2.animate().translationY(-getResources().getDimension(R.dimen.standard_105));
    fab3.animate().translationY(-getResources().getDimension(R.dimen.standard_155));
}

private void closeFABMenu(){
    isFABOpen=false;
    fab1.animate().translationY(0);
    fab2.animate().translationY(0);
    fab3.animate().translationY(0);
}

Now define the above mentioned dimension inside res->values->dimens.xml as shown below:

    <dimen name="standard_55">55dp</dimen>
<dimen name="standard_105">105dp</dimen>
<dimen name="standard_155">155dp</dimen>

That's all hope this solution will help the people in future, who are searching for simple solution.

EDITED

If you want to add label over the FAB then simply take a horizontal LinearLayout and put the FAB with textview as label, and animate the layouts if find any issue doing this, you can check my sample code in github, I have handelled all backward compatibility issues in that sample code. check my sample code for FABMenu in Github

to close the FAB on Backpress, override onBackPress() as showen below:

    @Override
public void onBackPressed() {
    if(!isFABOpen){
        this.super.onBackPressed();
    }else{
        closeFABMenu();
    }
}

The Screenshot have the title as well with the FAB,because I take it from my sample app present ingithub

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What is the purpose of backbone.js?

I have to admit that all the "advantages" of MVC have never made my work easier, faster, or better. It just makes the whole codeing experience more abstract and time consuming. Maintenance is a nightmare when trying to debug someone elses conception of what separation means. Don't know how many of you people have ever tried to update a FLEX site that used Cairngorm as the MVC model but what should take 30 seconds to update can often take over 2 hours (hunting/tracing/debugging just to find a single event). MVC was and still is, for me, an "advantage" that you can stuff.

How can I implement the Iterable interface?

First off:

public class ProfileCollection implements Iterable<Profile> {

Second:

return m_Profiles.get(m_ActiveProfile);

Print very long string completely in pandas dataframe

Use pd.set_option('display.max_colwidth', None) for automatic linebreaks and multi-line cells.

This is a great resource on how to use jupyters display with pandas to the fullest.


Edited: Used to be pd.set_option('display.max_colwidth', -1).

No == operator found while comparing structs in C++

By default structs do not have a == operator. You'll have to write your own implementation:

bool MyStruct1::operator==(const MyStruct1 &other) const {
    ...  // Compare the values, and return a bool result.
  }

how to find host name from IP with out login to the host

You can use traceroute command as well.

http://linux.die.net/man/8/traceroute

just use the traceroute it will show you the routing path with host names (IPs resolved)

CSS :not(:last-child):after selector

Your sample does not work in IE for me, you have to specify Doctype header in your document to render your page in standard way in IE to use the content CSS property:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<head>
<link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
</head>
<html>

<ul>
    <li>One</li>
    <li>Two</li>
    <li>Three</li>
    <li>Four</li>
    <li>Five</li>
</ul>

</html>

Second way is to use CSS 3 selectors

li:not(:last-of-type):after
{
    content:           " |";
}

But you still need to specify Doctype

And third way is to use JQuery with some script like following:

<script type="text/javascript" src="jquery-1.4.1.js"></script>
<link href="style2.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
</head>
<html>

<ul>
    <li>One</li>
    <li>Two</li>
    <li>Three</li>
    <li>Four</li>
    <li>Five</li>
</ul>

<script type="text/javascript">
  $(document).ready(function () {
      $("li:not(:last)").append(" | ");
    });
</script>

Advantage of third way is that you dont have to specify doctype and jQuery will take care of compatibility.

How to revert a merge commit that's already pushed to remote branch?

To keep the log clean as nothing happened (with some downsides with this approach (due to push -f)):

git checkout <branch>
git reset --hard <commit-hash-before-merge>
git push -f origin HEAD:<remote-branch>

'commit-hash-before-merge' comes from the log (git log) after merge.

Selecting default item from Combobox C#

    ComboBox1.Text = ComboBox1.Items(0).ToString

This code is show you Combobox1 first item in Vb.net

Difference between Node object and Element object?

A node is the generic name for any type of object in the DOM hierarchy. A node could be one of the built-in DOM elements such as document or document.body, it could be an HTML tag specified in the HTML such as <input> or <p> or it could be a text node that is created by the system to hold a block of text inside another element. So, in a nutshell, a node is any DOM object.

An element is one specific type of node as there are many other types of nodes (text nodes, comment nodes, document nodes, etc...).

The DOM consists of a hierarchy of nodes where each node can have a parent, a list of child nodes and a nextSibling and previousSibling. That structure forms a tree-like hierarchy. The document node has the html node as its child. The html node has its list of child nodes (the head node and the body node). The body node would have its list of child nodes (the top level elements in your HTML page) and so on.

So, a nodeList is simply an array-like list of nodes.

An element is a specific type of node, one that can be directly specified in the HTML with an HTML tag and can have properties like an id or a class. can have children, etc... There are other types of nodes such as comment nodes, text nodes, etc... with different characteristics. Each node has a property .nodeType which reports what type of node it is. You can see the various types of nodes here (diagram from MDN):

enter image description here

You can see an ELEMENT_NODE is one particular type of node where the nodeType property has a value of 1.

So document.getElementById("test") can only return one node and it's guaranteed to be an element (a specific type of node). Because of that it just returns the element rather than a list.

Since document.getElementsByClassName("para") can return more than one object, the designers chose to return a nodeList because that's the data type they created for a list of more than one node. Since these can only be elements (only elements typically have a class name), it's technically a nodeList that only has nodes of type element in it and the designers could have made a differently named collection that was an elementList, but they chose to use just one type of collection whether it had only elements in it or not.


EDIT: HTML5 defines an HTMLCollection which is a list of HTML Elements (not any node, only Elements). A number of properties or methods in HTML5 now return an HTMLCollection. While it is very similar in interface to a nodeList, a distinction is now made in that it only contains Elements, not any type of node.

The distinction between a nodeList and an HTMLCollection has little impact on how you use one (as far as I can tell), but the designers of HTML5 have now made that distinction.

For example, the element.children property returns a live HTMLCollection.

Spring RestTemplate GET with parameters

Since at least Spring 3, instead of using UriComponentsBuilder to build the URL (which is a bit verbose), many of the RestTemplate methods accept placeholders in the path for parameters (not just exchange).

From the documentation:

Many of the RestTemplate methods accepts a URI template and URI template variables, either as a String vararg, or as Map<String,String>.

For example with a String vararg:

restTemplate.getForObject(
   "http://example.com/hotels/{hotel}/rooms/{room}", String.class, "42", "21");

Or with a Map<String, String>:

Map<String, String> vars = new HashMap<>();
vars.put("hotel", "42");
vars.put("room", "21");

restTemplate.getForObject("http://example.com/hotels/{hotel}/rooms/{room}", 
    String.class, vars);

Reference: https://docs.spring.io/spring/docs/current/spring-framework-reference/integration.html#rest-resttemplate-uri

If you look at the JavaDoc for RestTemplate and search for "URI Template", you can see which methods you can use placeholders with.

pinpointing "conditional jump or move depends on uninitialized value(s)" valgrind message

What this means is that you are trying to print out/output a value which is at least partially uninitialized. Can you narrow it down so that you know exactly what value that is? After that, trace through your code to see where it is being initialized. Chances are, you will see that it is not being fully initialized.

If you need more help, posting the relevant sections of source code might allow someone to offer more guidance.

EDIT

I see you've found the problem. Note that valgrind watches for Conditional jump or move based on unitialized variables. What that means is that it will only give out a warning if the execution of the program is altered due to the uninitialized value (ie. the program takes a different branch in an if statement, for example). Since the actual arithmetic did not involve a conditional jump or move, valgrind did not warn you of that. Instead, it propagated the "uninitialized" status to the result of the statement that used it.

It may seem counterintuitive that it does not warn you immediately, but as mark4o pointed out, it does this because uninitialized values get used in C all the time (examples: padding in structures, the realloc() call, etc.) so those warnings would not be very useful due to the false positive frequency.

How to resolve "Input string was not in a correct format." error?

Replace with

imageWidth = 1 * Convert.ToInt32(Label1.Text);

Bootstrap 3: Using img-circle, how to get circle from non-square image?

You stated you want circular crops from recangles. This may not be able to be done with the 3 popular bootstrap classes (img-rounded; img-circle; img-polaroid)

You may want to write a custom CSS class using border-radius where you have more control. If you want it more circular just increase the radius.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.CattoBorderRadius_x000D_
{_x000D_
    border-radius: 25px;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<img class="img-responsive CattoBorderRadius" src="http://placekitten.com/g/200/200" />
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Fiddle URL: http://jsfiddle.net/ccatto/LyxEb/

I know this may not be the perfect radius but I think your answer will use a custom css class. Hope this helps.

using scp in terminal

Simple :::

scp remoteusername@remoteIP:/path/of/file /Local/path/to/copy

scp -r remoteusername@remoteIP:/path/of/folder /Local/path/to/copy

Rename all files in directory from $filename_h to $filename_half?

Another approach can be manually using batch rename option

Right click on the file -> File Custom Commands -> Batch Rename and you can replace h. with half.

This will work for linux based gui using WinSCP etc

How to delete a folder and all contents using a bat file in windows?

@RD /S /Q "D:\PHP_Projects\testproject\Release\testfolder"

Explanation:

Removes (deletes) a directory.

RMDIR [/S] [/Q] [drive:]path RD [/S] [/Q] [drive:]path

/S      Removes all directories and files in the specified directory
        in addition to the directory itself.  Used to remove a directory
        tree.

/Q      Quiet mode, do not ask if ok to remove a directory tree with /S

Difference between filter and filter_by in SQLAlchemy

It is a syntax sugar for faster query writing. Its implementation in pseudocode:

def filter_by(self, **kwargs):
    return self.filter(sql.and_(**kwargs))

For AND you can simply write:

session.query(db.users).filter_by(name='Joe', surname='Dodson')

btw

session.query(db.users).filter(or_(db.users.name=='Ryan', db.users.country=='England'))

can be written as

session.query(db.users).filter((db.users.name=='Ryan') | (db.users.country=='England'))

Also you can get object directly by PK via get method:

Users.query.get(123)
# And even by a composite PK
Users.query.get(123, 321)

When using get case its important that object can be returned without database request from identity map which can be used as cache(associated with transaction)

no operator "<<" matches these operands

If you want to use std::string reliably, you must #include <string>.