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Android - styling seek bar

check this tutorial very good

https://www.lvguowei.me/post/customize-android-seekbar-color/

simple :

<SeekBar
                android:id="@+id/seekBar"
                android:layout_width="match_parent"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                android:max="100"
                android:maxHeight="3dp"
                android:minHeight="3dp"
                android:progressDrawable="@drawable/seekbar_style"
                android:thumbTint="@color/positive_color"/>

then a style file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layer-list xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" >
    <item android:id="@android:id/background">
        <shape android:shape="rectangle" >
            <solid
                android:color="@color/positive_color" />
        </shape>
    </item>
    <item android:id="@android:id/progress">
        <clip>
            <shape android:shape="rectangle" >
                <solid
                    android:color="@color/positive_color" />
            </shape>
        </clip>
    </item>
</layer-list>

MySQL - count total number of rows in php

<?php
$con=mysqli_connect("localhost","my_user","my_password","my_db");
// Check connection
if (mysqli_connect_errno())
  {
  echo "Failed to connect to MySQL: " . mysqli_connect_error();
  }

$sql="SELECT Lastname,Age FROM Persons ORDER BY Lastname";

if ($result=mysqli_query($con,$sql))
  {
  // Return the number of rows in result set
  $rowcount=mysqli_num_rows($result);
  echo "number of rows: ",$rowcount;
  // Free result set
  mysqli_free_result($result);
  }

mysqli_close($con);
?>

it is best way (I think) to get the number of special row in mysql with php.

Is string in array?

Just use the already built-in Contains() method:

using System.Linq;

//...

string[] array = { "foo", "bar" };
if (array.Contains("foo")) {
    //...
}

java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to instantiate org.apache.hadoop.hive.ql.metadata.SessionHiveMetaStoreClient

starting the hive metastore service worked for me. First, set up the database for hive metastore:

 $ hive --service metastore 

` https://docs.hortonworks.com/HDPDocuments/HDP2/HDP-2.3.4/bk_installing_manually_book/content/validate_installation.html

Second, run the following commands:

 $ schematool -dbType mysql -initSchema  
 $ schematool -dbType mysql -info

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/Hive/Hive+Schema+Tool

Java, how to compare Strings with String Arrays

import java.util.Scanner;
import java.util.*;
public class Main
{
  public static void main (String[]args) throws Exception
  {
    Scanner in = new Scanner (System.in);
    /*Prints out the welcome message at the top of the screen */
      System.out.printf ("%55s", "**WELCOME TO IDIOCY CENTRAL**\n");
      System.out.printf ("%55s", "=================================\n");

      String[] codes =
    {
    "G22", "K13", "I30", "S20"};

      System.out.printf ("%5s%5s%5s%5s\n", codes[0], codes[1], codes[2],
             codes[3]);
      System.out.printf ("Enter one of the above!\n");

    String usercode = in.nextLine ();
    for (int i = 0; i < codes.length; i++)
      {
    if (codes[i].equals (usercode))
      {
        System.out.printf ("What's the matter with you?\n");
      }
    else
      {
        System.out.printf ("Youda man!");
      }
      }

  }
}

Is there a "between" function in C#?

Here's a complete class.

/// <summary>
/// An extension class for the between operation
/// name pattern IsBetweenXX where X = I -> Inclusive, X = E -> Exclusive
/// <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/a/13470099/37055"></a>
/// </summary>
public static class BetweenExtensions
{

    /// <summary>
    /// Between check <![CDATA[min <= value <= max]]> 
    /// </summary>
    /// <typeparam name="T"></typeparam>
    /// <param name="value">the value to check</param>
    /// <param name="min">Inclusive minimum border</param>
    /// <param name="max">Inclusive maximum border</param>
    /// <returns>return true if the value is between the min & max else false</returns>
    public static bool IsBetweenII<T>(this T value, T min, T max) where T:IComparable<T>
    {
        return (min.CompareTo(value) <= 0) && (value.CompareTo(max) <= 0);
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Between check <![CDATA[min < value <= max]]>
    /// </summary>
    /// <typeparam name="T"></typeparam>
    /// <param name="value">the value to check</param>
    /// <param name="min">Exclusive minimum border</param>
    /// <param name="max">Inclusive maximum border</param>
    /// <returns>return true if the value is between the min & max else false</returns>
    public static bool IsBetweenEI<T>(this T value, T min, T max) where T:IComparable<T>
    {
        return (min.CompareTo(value) < 0) && (value.CompareTo(max) <= 0);
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// between check <![CDATA[min <= value < max]]>
    /// </summary>
    /// <typeparam name="T"></typeparam>
    /// <param name="value">the value to check</param>
    /// <param name="min">Inclusive minimum border</param>
    /// <param name="max">Exclusive maximum border</param>
    /// <returns>return true if the value is between the min & max else false</returns>
    public static bool IsBetweenIE<T>(this T value, T min, T max) where T:IComparable<T>
    {
        return (min.CompareTo(value) <= 0) && (value.CompareTo(max) < 0);
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// between check <![CDATA[min < value < max]]>
    /// </summary>
    /// <typeparam name="T"></typeparam>
    /// <param name="value">the value to check</param>
    /// <param name="min">Exclusive minimum border</param>
    /// <param name="max">Exclusive maximum border</param>
    /// <returns>return true if the value is between the min & max else false</returns>

    public static bool IsBetweenEE<T>(this T value, T min, T max) where T:IComparable<T>
    {
        return (min.CompareTo(value) < 0) && (value.CompareTo(max) < 0);
    }
}

plus some unit test code

[TestClass]
public class UnitTest1
{
    [TestMethod]
    public void TestMethodIsBeetween()
    {
        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenII(5.0, 5.0));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenEI(5.0, 5.0));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenIE(5.0, 5.0));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenEE(5.0, 5.0));

        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenII(4.9, 5.0));
        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenEI(4.9, 5.0));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenIE(4.9, 5.0));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenEE(4.9, 5.0));

        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenII(5.0, 5.1));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenEI(5.0, 5.1));
        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenIE(5.0, 5.1));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenEE(5.0, 5.1));

        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenII(4.9, 5.1));
        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenEI(4.9, 5.1));
        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenIE(4.9, 5.1));
        Assert.IsTrue(5.0.IsBetweenEE(4.9, 5.1));

        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenII(5.1, 4.9));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenEI(5.1, 4.9));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenIE(5.1, 4.9));
        Assert.IsFalse(5.0.IsBetweenEE(5.1, 4.9));

    }
}

How do I set the value property in AngularJS' ng-options?

<select ng-model="output">
   <option ng-repeat="(key,val) in dictionary" value="{{key}}">{{val}}</option>
</select>

How to check if type is Boolean

Sometimes we need a single way to check it. typeof not working for date etc. So I made it easy by

Date.prototype.getType() { return "date"; }

Also for Number, String, Boolean etc. we often need to check the type in a single way...

How do I load an url in iframe with Jquery

$("#frame").click(function () { 
    this.src="http://www.google.com/";
});

Sometimes plain JavaScript is even cooler and faster than jQuery ;-)

Stop form refreshing page on submit

You can use this code for form submission without a page refresh. I have done this in my project.

$(function () {
    $('#myFormName').on('submit',function (e) {

              $.ajax({
                type: 'post',
                url: 'myPageName.php',
                data: $('#myFormName').serialize(),
                success: function () {
                 alert("Email has been sent!");
                }
              });
          e.preventDefault();
        });
});

Open multiple Projects/Folders in Visual Studio Code

It's not possible to open a new instance of Visual Studio Code normally, neither it works if you open the new one as Administrator.

Solution: simply right click on VS Code .exe file, and click "New Window" you can open as many new windows as you want. :)

SQLite DateTime comparison

Sqlite can not compare on dates. we need to convert into seconds and cast it as integer.

Example

SELECT * FROM Table  
WHERE  
CAST(strftime('%s', date_field)  AS  integer) <=CAST(strftime('%s', '2015-01-01')  AS  integer) ;

Styling Google Maps InfoWindow

Google wrote some code to assist with this. Here are some examples: Example using InfoBubble, Styled markers and Info Window Custom (using OverlayView).

The code in the links above take different routes to achieve similar results. The gist of it is that it is not easy to style InfoWindows directly, and it might be easier to use the additional InfoBubble class instead of InfoWindow, or to override GOverlay. Another option would be to modify the elements of the InfoWindow using javascript (or jQuery), like later ATOzTOA suggested.

Possibly the simplest of these examples is using InfoBubble instead of InfoWindow. InfoBubble is available by importing this file (which you should host yourself): http://google-maps-utility-library-v3.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/infobubble/src/infobubble.js

InfoBubble's Github project page.

InfoBubble is very stylable, compared to InfoWindow:

 infoBubble = new InfoBubble({
      map: map,
      content: '<div class="mylabel">The label</div>',
      position: new google.maps.LatLng(-32.0, 149.0),
      shadowStyle: 1,
      padding: 0,
      backgroundColor: 'rgb(57,57,57)',
      borderRadius: 5,
      arrowSize: 10,
      borderWidth: 1,
      borderColor: '#2c2c2c',
      disableAutoPan: true,
      hideCloseButton: true,
      arrowPosition: 30,
      backgroundClassName: 'transparent',
      arrowStyle: 2
});

infoBubble.open();

You can also call it with a given map and marker to open on:

infoBubble.open(map, marker);

As another example, the Info Window Custom example extends the GOverlay class from the Google Maps API and uses this as a base for creating a more flexible info window. It first creates the class:

/* An InfoBox is like an info window, but it displays
 * under the marker, opens quicker, and has flexible styling.
 * @param {GLatLng} latlng Point to place bar at
 * @param {Map} map The map on which to display this InfoBox.
 * @param {Object} opts Passes configuration options - content,
 *   offsetVertical, offsetHorizontal, className, height, width
 */
function InfoBox(opts) {
  google.maps.OverlayView.call(this);
  this.latlng_ = opts.latlng;
  this.map_ = opts.map;
  this.offsetVertical_ = -195;
  this.offsetHorizontal_ = 0;
  this.height_ = 165;
  this.width_ = 266;

  var me = this;
  this.boundsChangedListener_ =
    google.maps.event.addListener(this.map_, "bounds_changed", function() {
      return me.panMap.apply(me);
    });

  // Once the properties of this OverlayView are initialized, set its map so
  // that we can display it.  This will trigger calls to panes_changed and
  // draw.
  this.setMap(this.map_);
}

after which it proceeds to override GOverlay:

InfoBox.prototype = new google.maps.OverlayView();

You should then override the methods you need: createElement, draw, remove and panMap. It gets rather involved, but in theory you are just drawing a div on the map yourself now, instead of using a normal Info Window.

error: use of deleted function

In the current C++0x standard you can explicitly disable default constructors with the delete syntax, e.g.

MyClass() = delete;

Gcc 4.6 is the first version to support this syntax, so maybe that is the problem...

Free FTP Library

I've just posted an article that presents both an FTP client class and an FTP user control.

They are simple and aren't very fast, but are very easy to use and all source code is included. Just drop the user control onto a form to allow users to navigate FTP directories from your application.

Fatal error: Call to a member function prepare() on null

@delato468 comment must be listed as a solution as it worked for me.

In addition to defining the parameter, the user must pass it too at the time of calling the function

fetch_data(PDO $pdo, $cat_id)

Calculating and printing the nth prime number

I just added the missing lines in your own thought process.

static int nthPrimeFinder(int n) {

        int counter = 1; // For 1 and 2. assuming n is not 1 or 2.
        int i = 2;
        int x = 2;
        int tempLength = n;

        while (counter <= n) {
            for (; i <= tempLength; i++) {
                for (x = 2; x < i; x++) {
                    if (i % x == 0) {
                        break;
                    }
                }
                if (x == i && counter < n) {
                    //System.out.printf("\n%d is prime", x);
                    counter++;
                    if (counter == n) {
                        System.out.printf("\n%d is prime", x);
                        return counter;
                    }
                }
            }
            tempLength = tempLength+n;
        }
        return 0;
    }

How do I get the current mouse screen coordinates in WPF?

You may use combination of TimerDispatcher (WPF Timer analog) and Windows "Hooks" to catch cursor position from operational system.

    [DllImport("user32.dll")]
    [return: MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.Bool)]
    public static extern bool GetCursorPos(out POINT pPoint);

Point is a light struct. It contains only X, Y fields.

    public MainWindow()
    {
        InitializeComponent();

        DispatcherTimer dt = new System.Windows.Threading.DispatcherTimer();
        dt.Tick += new EventHandler(timer_tick);
        dt.Interval = new TimeSpan(0,0,0,0, 50);
        dt.Start();
    }

    private void timer_tick(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        POINT pnt;
        GetCursorPos(out pnt);
        current_x_box.Text = (pnt.X).ToString();
        current_y_box.Text = (pnt.Y).ToString();
    }

    public struct POINT
    {
        public int X;
        public int Y;

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

This solution is also resolving the problem with too often or too infrequent parameter reading so you can adjust it by yourself. But remember about WPF method overload with one arg which is representing ticks not milliseconds.

TimeSpan(50); //ticks

Passing variables to the next middleware using next() in Express.js

Attach your variable to the req object, not res.

Instead of

res.somevariable = variable1;

Have:

req.somevariable = variable1;

As others have pointed out, res.locals is the recommended way of passing data through middleware.

How to append multiple items in one line in Python

use for loop. like this:

for x in [1,2,7,8,9,10,13,14,19,20,21,22]:
    new_list.append(my_list[i + x])

Use of Greater Than Symbol in XML

CDATA is a better general solution.

Web Service vs WCF Service

Web Service is based on SOAP and return data in XML form. It support only HTTP protocol. It is not open source but can be consumed by any client that understands xml. It can be hosted only on IIS.

WCF is also based on SOAP and return data in XML form. It is the evolution of the web service(ASMX) and support various protocols like TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, Named Pipes, MSMQ. The main issue with WCF is, its tedious and extensive configuration. It is not open source but can be consumed by any client that understands xml. It can be hosted with in the applicaion or on IIS or using window service.

How to unnest a nested list

Use itertools.chain:

itertools.chain(*iterables):

Make an iterator that returns elements from the first iterable until it is exhausted, then proceeds to the next iterable, until all of the iterables are exhausted. Used for treating consecutive sequences as a single sequence.

Example:

from itertools import chain

A = [[1,2], [3,4]]

print list(chain(*A))
# or better: (available since Python 2.6)
print list(chain.from_iterable(A))

The output is:

[1, 2, 3, 4]
[1, 2, 3, 4]

Command output redirect to file and terminal

In case somebody needs to append the output and not overriding, it is possible to use "-a" or "--append" option of "tee" command :

ls 2>&1 | tee -a /tmp/ls.txt
ls 2>&1 | tee --append /tmp/ls.txt

TNS-12505: TNS:listener does not currently know of SID given in connect descriptor

I'm running oracle xpress edition 11.2 on windows 8 and I had the same error when trying to connect to DB using sqldeveloper.

I've edited listener.ora as per Brandt answer above and even restarted my machine the issue wasn't fixed.

I've done the following: go to control panel -> administrative tools -> services you will find a service called "OracleServiceXE" not running.

I started it and tried to connect again, issue resolved.

C# ASP.NET MVC Return to Previous Page

For ASP.NET Core You can use asp-route-* attribute:

<form asp-action="Login" asp-route-previous="@Model.ReturnUrl">

An example: Imagine that you have a Vehicle Controller with actions

Index

Details

Edit

and you can edit any vehicle from Index or from Details, so if you clicked edit from index you must return to index after edit and if you clicked edit from details you must return to details after edit.

//In your viewmodel add the ReturnUrl Property
public class VehicleViewModel
{
     ..............
     ..............
     public string ReturnUrl {get;set;}
}



Details.cshtml
<a asp-action="Edit" asp-route-previous="Details" asp-route-id="@Model.CarId">Edit</a>

Index.cshtml
<a asp-action="Edit" asp-route-previous="Index" asp-route-id="@item.CarId">Edit</a>

Edit.cshtml
<form asp-action="Edit" asp-route-previous="@Model.ReturnUrl" class="form-horizontal">
        <div class="box-footer">
            <a asp-action="@Model.ReturnUrl" class="btn btn-default">Back to List</a>
            <button type="submit" value="Save" class="btn btn-warning pull-right">Save</button>
        </div>
    </form>

In your controller:

// GET: Vehicle/Edit/5
    public ActionResult Edit(int id,string previous)
    {
            var model = this.UnitOfWork.CarsRepository.GetAllByCarId(id).FirstOrDefault();
            var viewModel = this.Mapper.Map<VehicleViewModel>(model);//if you using automapper
    //or by this code if you are not use automapper
    var viewModel = new VehicleViewModel();

    if (!string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(previous)
                viewModel.ReturnUrl = previous;
            else
                viewModel.ReturnUrl = "Index";
            return View(viewModel);
        }



[HttpPost]
    public IActionResult Edit(VehicleViewModel model, string previous)
    {
            if (!string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(previous))
                model.ReturnUrl = previous;
            else
                model.ReturnUrl = "Index";
            ............. 
            .............
            return RedirectToAction(model.ReturnUrl);
    }

Is there a real solution to debug cordova apps

You can also debug with chrome your html5 apps

I create a .bat to open chrome in debug mode

cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application
chrome.exe "file:///C:\Users\***.html" --allow-file-access-from-files --disable-web-security

Request UAC elevation from within a Python script?

Recognizing this question was asked years ago, I think a more elegant solution is offered on github by frmdstryr using his module pywinutils:

Excerpt:

import pythoncom
from win32com.shell import shell,shellcon

def copy(src,dst,flags=shellcon.FOF_NOCONFIRMATION):
    """ Copy files using the built in Windows File copy dialog

    Requires absolute paths. Does NOT create root destination folder if it doesn't exist.
    Overwrites and is recursive by default 
    @see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb775799(v=vs.85).aspx for flags available
    """
    # @see IFileOperation
    pfo = pythoncom.CoCreateInstance(shell.CLSID_FileOperation,None,pythoncom.CLSCTX_ALL,shell.IID_IFileOperation)

    # Respond with Yes to All for any dialog
    # @see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb775799(v=vs.85).aspx
    pfo.SetOperationFlags(flags)

    # Set the destionation folder
    dst = shell.SHCreateItemFromParsingName(dst,None,shell.IID_IShellItem)

    if type(src) not in (tuple,list):
        src = (src,)

    for f in src:
        item = shell.SHCreateItemFromParsingName(f,None,shell.IID_IShellItem)
        pfo.CopyItem(item,dst) # Schedule an operation to be performed

    # @see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb775780(v=vs.85).aspx
    success = pfo.PerformOperations()

    # @see sdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb775769(v=vs.85).aspx
    aborted = pfo.GetAnyOperationsAborted()
    return success is None and not aborted    

This utilizes the COM interface and automatically indicates that admin privileges are needed with the familiar dialog prompt that you would see if you were copying into a directory where admin privileges are required and also provides the typical file progress dialog during the copy operation.

How do I execute a stored procedure in a SQL Agent job?

You just need to add this line to the window there:

exec (your stored proc name) (and possibly add parameters)

What is your stored proc called, and what parameters does it expect?

How to get ELMAH to work with ASP.NET MVC [HandleError] attribute?

There is now an ELMAH.MVC package in NuGet that includes an improved solution by Atif and also a controller that handles the elmah interface within MVC routing (no need to use that axd anymore)
The problem with that solution (and with all the ones here) is that one way or another the elmah error handler is actually handling the error, ignoring what you might want to set up as a customError tag or through ErrorHandler or your own error handler
The best solution IMHO is to create a filter that will act at the end of all the other filters and log the events that have been handled already. The elmah module should take care of loging the other errors that are unhandled by the application. This will also allow you to use the health monitor and all the other modules that can be added to asp.net to look at error events

I wrote this looking with reflector at the ErrorHandler inside elmah.mvc

public class ElmahMVCErrorFilter : IExceptionFilter
{
   private static ErrorFilterConfiguration _config;

   public void OnException(ExceptionContext context)
   {
       if (context.ExceptionHandled) //The unhandled ones will be picked by the elmah module
       {
           var e = context.Exception;
           var context2 = context.HttpContext.ApplicationInstance.Context;
           //TODO: Add additional variables to context.HttpContext.Request.ServerVariables for both handled and unhandled exceptions
           if ((context2 == null) || (!_RaiseErrorSignal(e, context2) && !_IsFiltered(e, context2)))
           {
            _LogException(e, context2);
           }
       }
   }

   private static bool _IsFiltered(System.Exception e, System.Web.HttpContext context)
   {
       if (_config == null)
       {
           _config = (context.GetSection("elmah/errorFilter") as ErrorFilterConfiguration) ?? new ErrorFilterConfiguration();
       }
       var context2 = new ErrorFilterModule.AssertionHelperContext((System.Exception)e, context);
       return _config.Assertion.Test(context2);
   }

   private static void _LogException(System.Exception e, System.Web.HttpContext context)
   {
       ErrorLog.GetDefault((System.Web.HttpContext)context).Log(new Elmah.Error((System.Exception)e, (System.Web.HttpContext)context));
   }


   private static bool _RaiseErrorSignal(System.Exception e, System.Web.HttpContext context)
   {
       var signal = ErrorSignal.FromContext((System.Web.HttpContext)context);
       if (signal == null)
       {
           return false;
       }
       signal.Raise((System.Exception)e, (System.Web.HttpContext)context);
       return true;
   }
}

Now, in your filter config you want to do something like this:

    public static void RegisterGlobalFilters(GlobalFilterCollection filters)
    {
        //These filters should go at the end of the pipeline, add all error handlers before
        filters.Add(new ElmahMVCErrorFilter());
    }

Notice that I left a comment there to remind people that if they want to add a global filter that will actually handle the exception it should go BEFORE this last filter, otherwise you run into the case where the unhandled exception will be ignored by the ElmahMVCErrorFilter because it hasn't been handled and it should be loged by the Elmah module but then the next filter marks the exception as handled and the module ignores it, resulting on the exception never making it into elmah.

Now, make sure the appsettings for elmah in your webconfig look something like this:

<add key="elmah.mvc.disableHandler" value="false" /> <!-- This handles elmah controller pages, if disabled elmah pages will not work -->
<add key="elmah.mvc.disableHandleErrorFilter" value="true" /> <!-- This uses the default filter for elmah, set to disabled to use our own -->
<add key="elmah.mvc.requiresAuthentication" value="false" /> <!-- Manages authentication for elmah pages -->
<add key="elmah.mvc.allowedRoles" value="*" /> <!-- Manages authentication for elmah pages -->
<add key="elmah.mvc.route" value="errortracking" /> <!-- Base route for elmah pages -->

The important one here is "elmah.mvc.disableHandleErrorFilter", if this is false it will use the handler inside elmah.mvc that will actually handle the exception by using the default HandleErrorHandler that will ignore your customError settings

This setup allows you to set your own ErrorHandler tags in classes and views, while still loging those errors through the ElmahMVCErrorFilter, adding a customError configuration to your web.config through the elmah module, even writing your own Error Handlers. The only thing you need to do is remember to not add any filters that will actually handle the error before the elmah filter we've written. And I forgot to mention: no duplicates in elmah.

Adding 'serial' to existing column in Postgres

You can also use START WITH to start a sequence from a particular point, although setval accomplishes the same thing, as in Euler's answer, eg,

SELECT MAX(a) + 1 FROM foo;
CREATE SEQUENCE foo_a_seq START WITH 12345; -- replace 12345 with max above
ALTER TABLE foo ALTER COLUMN a SET DEFAULT nextval('foo_a_seq');

Axios Delete request with body and headers?

I tried all of the above which did not work for me. I ended up just going with PUT (inspiration found here) and just changed my server side logic to perform a delete on this url call. (django rest framework function override).

e.g.

.put(`http://127.0.0.1:8006/api/updatetoken/20`, bayst)
      .then((response) => response.data)
      .catch((error) => { throw error.response.data; });

How to fast get Hardware-ID in C#?

The following approach was inspired by this answer to a related (more general) question.

The approach is to read the MachineGuid value in registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Cryptography. This value is generated during OS installation.

There are few ways around the uniqueness of the Hardware-ID per machine using this approach. One method is editing the registry value, but this would cause complications on the user's machine afterwards. Another method is to clone a drive image which would copy the MachineGuid value.

However, no approach is hack-proof and this will certainly be good enough for normal users. On the plus side, this approach is quick performance-wise and simple to implement.

public string GetMachineGuid()
{
   string location = @"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Cryptography";
   string name = "MachineGuid";

   using (RegistryKey localMachineX64View = 
       RegistryKey.OpenBaseKey(RegistryHive.LocalMachine, RegistryView.Registry64))
   {
       using (RegistryKey rk = localMachineX64View.OpenSubKey(location))
       {
           if (rk == null)
               throw new KeyNotFoundException(
                   string.Format("Key Not Found: {0}", location));

           object machineGuid = rk.GetValue(name);
           if (machineGuid == null)
               throw new IndexOutOfRangeException(
                   string.Format("Index Not Found: {0}", name));

           return machineGuid.ToString();
       }
   }
}

Size-limited queue that holds last N elements in Java

Guava now has an EvictingQueue, a non-blocking queue which automatically evicts elements from the head of the queue when attempting to add new elements onto the queue and it is full.

import java.util.Queue;
import com.google.common.collect.EvictingQueue;

Queue<Integer> fifo = EvictingQueue.create(2); 
fifo.add(1); 
fifo.add(2); 
fifo.add(3); 
System.out.println(fifo); 

// Observe the result: 
// [2, 3]

How to convert timestamps to dates in Bash?

I had to convert timestamps inline in my bash history to make sense to me.

Maybe the following coming from an answer to How do I replace a substring by the output of a shell command with sed, awk or such? could be interesting to other readers too. Kudos for the original sed inline code go to @Gabriel.

cat ~/.bash_history | sed "s/^#\([0-9]\+\)$/echo -n '#'; date -u --d @\1 '\+\%Y-\%m-\%d \%T'/e" | less

How can I remove a character from a string using JavaScript?

If it is always the 4th char in yourString you can try:

yourString.replace(/^(.{4})(r)/, function($1, $2) { return $2; });

AppendChild() is not a function javascript

Your div variable is a string, not a DOM element object:

var div = '<div>top div</div>';

Strings don't have an appendChild method. Instead of creating a raw HTML string, create the div as a DOM element and append a text node, then append the input element:

var div = document.createElement('div');
div.appendChild(document.createTextNode('top div'));

div.appendChild(element);

How to parse a JSON file in swift?

SwiftJSONParse: Parse JSON like a badass

Dead-simple and easy to read!

Example: get the value "mrap" from nicknames as a String from this JSON response

{
    "other": {
        "nicknames": ["mrap", "Mikee"]
}

It takes your json data NSData as it is, no need to preprocess.

let parser = JSONParser(jsonData)

if let handle = parser.getString("other.nicknames[0]") {
    // that's it!
}

Disclaimer: I made this and I hope it helps everyone. Feel free to improve on it!

How to hide "Showing 1 of N Entries" with the dataTables.js library

try this for hide

$('#table_id').DataTable({
  "info": false
});

and try this for change label

$('#table_id').DataTable({
 "oLanguage": {
               "sInfo" : "Showing _START_ to _END_ of _TOTAL_ entries",// text you want show for info section
            },

});

How to select ALL children (in any level) from a parent in jQuery?

I think you could do:

$('#google_translate_element').find('*').each(function(){
    $(this).unbind('click');
});

but it would cause a lot of overhead

How to use python numpy.savetxt to write strings and float number to an ASCII file?

The currently accepted answer does not actually address the question, which asks how to save lists that contain both strings and float numbers. For completeness I provide a fully working example, which is based, with some modifications, on the link given in @joris comment.

import numpy as np

names  = np.array(['NAME_1', 'NAME_2', 'NAME_3'])
floats = np.array([ 0.1234 ,  0.5678 ,  0.9123 ])

ab = np.zeros(names.size, dtype=[('var1', 'U6'), ('var2', float)])
ab['var1'] = names
ab['var2'] = floats

np.savetxt('test.txt', ab, fmt="%10s %10.3f")

Update: This example also works properly in Python 3 by using the 'U6' Unicode string dtype, when creating the ab structured array, instead of the 'S6' byte string. The latter dtype would work in Python 2.7, but would write strings like b'NAME_1' in Python 3.

Edit Crystal report file without Crystal Report software

My dad moved his office after 30 year and they need to update the address in the header of their Crystal Reports 7 (1997!) based billing system.

After buying old copies of Access 97 and Visual Studio 2003 Pro, I found out that both programs were too new - they could open the RPT files, but they saved them with an updated version that would not open in the billing system.

I ended up being able to make the changes using this life-saver program...

http://www.softwareforces.com/Products/rpt-inspector-professional-suite-for-crystal-reports

It was available with a 10 day free trial, and I only needed about 10 minutes to make my changes. That said, I would have happily paid whatever they asked for it. :)

Some hints:

  1. When I opened my RPT files, I got an error saving the database could not be found. I ignored this error and everything worked fine.
  2. Because my RPT files were Crystal Reports version 7, I had to go into Options->Misc and tell the program to save in the old format...

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Failed to start mongod.service: Unit mongod.service not found

May be you are using a wrong version of mongodb list file. I faced this problem but it's my mistake when not selecting the right list file for Ubuntu 16.04. The default selected is for Ubuntu 14.04 and it's the reason for my error: "Failed to start mongod.service: Unit mongod.service not found." enter image description here

How to load image files with webpack file-loader

This is my working example of our simple Vue component.

<template functional>
    <div v-html="require('!!html-loader!./../svg/logo.svg')"></div>
</template>

php form action php self

If you want to be secure use this:<form method="post" action="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]);?>">

How to post ASP.NET MVC Ajax form using JavaScript rather than submit button

Rather than using JavaScript perhaps try something like

<a href="#">

  <input type="submit" value="save" style="background: transparent none; border: 0px none; text-decoration: inherit; color: inherit; cursor: inherit" />

</a>

How to set size for local image using knitr for markdown?

Here's some options that keep the file self-contained without retastering the image:

Wrap the image in div tags

<div style="width:300px; height:200px">
![Image](path/to/image)
</div>

Use a stylesheet

test.Rmd

---
title: test
output: html_document
css: test.css
---

## Page with an image {#myImagePage}

![Image](path/to/image)

test.css

#myImagePage img {
  width: 400px;
  height: 200px;
}

If you have more than one image you might need to use the nth-child pseudo-selector for this second option.

Could not install Gradle distribution from 'https://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-2.1-all.zip'

I was facing the same problem in IntelliJ. It was working from command line though.

I found the issue was because of an improper Gradle config in the IDE. I wasn't using the "default Gradle wrapper" as recommended:

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How do I call Objective-C code from Swift?

Two way Approach to use objective-c objective-c

1

  1. Create bridge-header.h file in Xcode Project
  2. import .h file in bridge-Header file
  3. Set path of bridge-Header in Build settings.
  4. Clean the Project

2

  1. Create objective-c files in project(it automatically set path in Build Settings for you )
  2. import .h file in bridge-Header file

Now good to go Thanks

How to change Android version and code version number?

Android version and code version number change on Android Studio >= 3.6:

Two ways to achieve this:

  1. Direct on the Android project by Open Flutter project and modify the file

    local.properties

change the following values. Example:

flutter.buildMode=release
flutter.versionName=3.0.0
flutter.sdk=C\:\\src\\flutter
sdk.dir=C\:\\Users\\vgonza\\AppData\\Local\\Android\\sdk
flutter.versionCode=30
  1. Open pubspec.yaml

Change the

version: 2.0.0+8

Meaning: The version name is 2.0.0 The version code is 8

See example by Suragch in:

How to set build and version number of Flutter app

Google Chrome forcing download of "f.txt" file

FYI, after reading this thread, I took a look at my installed programs and found that somehow, shortly after upgrading to Windows 10 (possibly/probably? unrelated), an ASK search app was installed as well as a Chrome extension (Windows was kind enough to remind to check that). Since removing, I have not have the f.txt issue.

do { ... } while (0) — what is it good for?

Generically, do/while is good for any sort of loop construct where one must execute the loop at least once. It is possible to emulate this sort of looping through either a straight while or even a for loop, but often the result is a little less elegant. I'll admit that specific applications of this pattern are fairly rare, but they do exist. One which springs to mind is a menu-based console application:

do {
    char c = read_input();

    process_input(c);
} while (c != 'Q');

How to get the day name from a selected date?

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
namespace GuessTheDay
{
class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    { 
 Console.WriteLine("Enter the Day Number ");
 int day = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());
 Console.WriteLine(" Enter The Month");
int month = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());
Console.WriteLine("Enter Year ");
int year = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine());
DateTime mydate = new DateTime(year,month,day);
string formatteddate = string.Format("{0:dddd}", mydate);
Console.WriteLine("The day should be " + formatteddate);
}  
 } 
   }

Remove style attribute from HTML tags

In addition to Lorenzo Marcon's answer:

Using preg_replace to select everything except style attribute:

$html = preg_replace('/(<p.+?)style=".+?"(>.+?)/i', "$1$2", $html);

What is the best (idiomatic) way to check the type of a Python variable?

I've been using a different approach:

from inspect import getmro
if (type([]) in getmro(obj.__class__)):
    # This is a list, or a subclass of...
elif (type{}) in getmro(obj.__class__)):
    # This one is a dict, or ...

I can't remember why I used this instead of isinstance, though...

How do I get only directories using Get-ChildItem?

In PowerShell 3.0, it is simpler:

Get-ChildItem -Directory #List only directories
Get-ChildItem -File #List only files

Display Images Inline via CSS

You have a line break <br> in-between the second and third images in your markup. Get rid of that, and it'll show inline.

CSS set li indent

li{
    margin-left:50px;
}

or replace 50px with whatever you want.

How to check if a radiobutton is checked in a radiogroup in Android?

My answer is according to the documentation, which works fine.

1) In xml file include android:onClick="onRadioButtonClicked" as shown below:

<RadioGroup
android:id="@+id/rg1"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:orientation="vertical"
android:gravity="center">
<RadioButton
    android:id="@+id/b1"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:text="onCreateOptionsMenu()"
    android:onClick="onRadioButtonClicked"
            />
<RadioButton
    android:id="@+id/b2"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:text="onCreateMenu()"
    android:onClick="onRadioButtonClicked"
            />
</RadioGroup>

2) In Java file implement onRadioButtonClicked method outside onCreate() method as shown below:

public void onRadioButtonClicked(View view) {
    // Is the button now checked?
    boolean checked = ((RadioButton) view).isChecked();

    // Check which radio button was clicked
    switch(view.getId()) {
        case R.id.b1:
            if (checked)
            {
                Log.e("b1", "b1" );
                break;
            }
        case R.id.b2:
            if (checked)
                break;
    }
}

UTF-8 byte[] to String

This also involves iterating, but this is much better than concatenating strings as they are very very costly.

public String openFileToString(String fileName)
{
    StringBuilder s = new StringBuilder(_bytes.length);

    for(int i = 0; i < _bytes.length; i++)
    {
        s.append((char)_bytes[i]);
    }

    return s.toString();    
}

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.

Java system properties and environment variables

I think the difference between the two boils down to access. Environment variables are accessible by any process and Java system properties are only accessible by the process they are added to.

Also as Bohemian stated, env variables are set in the OS (however they 'can' be set through Java) and system properties are passed as command line options or set via setProperty().

Case Statement Equivalent in R

You can use recode from the car package:

library(ggplot2) #get data
library(car)
daimons$new_var <- recode(diamonds$clarity , "'I1' = 'low';'SI2' = 'low';else = 'high';")[1:10]

How do I call REST API from an android app?

  1. If you want to integrate Retrofit (all steps defined here):

Goto my blog : retrofit with kotlin

  1. Please use android-async-http library.

the link below explains everything step by step.

http://loopj.com/android-async-http/

Here are sample apps:

  1. http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/software-engineer/calling-restful-services-from-your-android-app/

  2. http://blog.strikeiron.com/bid/73189/Integrate-a-REST-API-into-Android-Application-in-less-than-15-minutes

Create a class :

public class HttpUtils {
  private static final String BASE_URL = "http://api.twitter.com/1/";
 
  private static AsyncHttpClient client = new AsyncHttpClient();

  public static void get(String url, RequestParams params, AsyncHttpResponseHandler responseHandler) {
      client.get(getAbsoluteUrl(url), params, responseHandler);
  }

  public static void post(String url, RequestParams params, AsyncHttpResponseHandler responseHandler) {
      client.post(getAbsoluteUrl(url), params, responseHandler);
  }
      
  public static void getByUrl(String url, RequestParams params, AsyncHttpResponseHandler responseHandler) {
      client.get(url, params, responseHandler);
  }

  public static void postByUrl(String url, RequestParams params, AsyncHttpResponseHandler responseHandler) {
      client.post(url, params, responseHandler);
  }

  private static String getAbsoluteUrl(String relativeUrl) {
      return BASE_URL + relativeUrl;
  }
}

Call Method :

    RequestParams rp = new RequestParams();
    rp.add("username", "aaa"); rp.add("password", "aaa@123");
                    
    HttpUtils.post(AppConstant.URL_FEED, rp, new JsonHttpResponseHandler() {
        @Override
        public void onSuccess(int statusCode, Header[] headers, JSONObject response) {
            // If the response is JSONObject instead of expected JSONArray
            Log.d("asd", "---------------- this is response : " + response);
            try {
                JSONObject serverResp = new JSONObject(response.toString());                                                
            } catch (JSONException e) {
                // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                e.printStackTrace();
            }                   
        }
            
        @Override
        public void onSuccess(int statusCode, Header[] headers, JSONArray timeline) {
            // Pull out the first event on the public timeline
                    
        }
    });

Please grant internet permission in your manifest file.

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

you can add compile 'com.loopj.android:android-async-http:1.4.9' for Header[] and compile 'org.json:json:20160212' for JSONObject in build.gradle file if required.

How to convert FileInputStream to InputStream?

InputStream is;

try {
    is = new FileInputStream("c://filename");

    is.close(); 
} catch (FileNotFoundException e) {
    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
    e.printStackTrace();
} catch (IOException e) {
    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
    e.printStackTrace();
}

return is;

Apache Cordova - uninstall globally

Super late here and I still couldn't uninstall using sudo as the other answers suggest. What did it for me was checking where cordova was installed by running

which cordova

it will output something like this

/usr/local/bin/

then removing by

rm -rf /usr/local/bin/cordova

Count number of vector values in range with R

There are also the %<% and %<=% comparison operators in the TeachingDemos package which allow you to do this like:

sum( 2 %<% x %<% 5 )
sum( 2 %<=% x %<=% 5 )

which gives the same results as:

sum( 2 < x & x < 5 )
sum( 2 <= x & x <= 5 )

Which is better is probably more a matter of personal preference.

Assigning the output of a command to a variable

Try:

output=$(ps -ef | awk '/siebsvc –s siebsrvr/ && !/awk/ { a++ } END { print a }'); echo $output

Wrapping your command in $( ) tells the shell to run that command, instead of attempting to set the command itself to the variable named "output". (Note that you could also use backticks `command`.)

I can highly recommend http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/commandsub.html to learn more about command substitution.

Also, as 1_CR correctly points out in a comment, the extra space between the equals sign and the assignment is causing it to fail. Here is a simple example on my machine of the behavior you are experiencing:

jed@MBP:~$ foo=$(ps -ef |head -1);echo $foo
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD

jed@MBP:~$ foo= $(ps -ef |head -1);echo $foo
-bash: UID: command not found
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD

Getting files by creation date in .NET

You can use Linq

var files = Directory.GetFiles(@"C:\", "*").OrderByDescending(d => new FileInfo(d).CreationTime);

Finish all activities at a time

The best solution i have found, which is compatible with devices having API level <11

Intent intent = new Intent(getApplicationContext(), HomeActivity.class);
ComponentName cn = intent.getComponent();
Intent mainIntent = IntentCompat.makeRestartActivityTask(cn);
startActivity(mainIntent);

This solution requires Android support library

Application Crashes With "Internal Error In The .NET Runtime"

A bug in the concurrent implementation of the Garbage Collection on x64 .Net 4 can cause this as stated in the following microsoft KB entry:

ExecutionEngineException occurs during Garbage Collection

You should first make a deep minidump exploration to be sure that the problem occured during a Garbage collection.

The minidump location can usually be found in a Windows Error Reporting entry in the event log following the crash entry. Then, have fun with WinDbg !

The latest documentation on the use of the <gcConcurrent/> configuration element, to disable concurrent or (in .NET 4 and later) background garbage collection, can be found here.

Circle drawing with SVG's arc path

For those like me who were looking for an ellipse attributes to path conversion:

const ellipseAttrsToPath = (rx,cx,ry,cy) =>
`M${cx-rx},${cy}a${rx},${ry} 0 1,0 ${rx*2},0a${rx},${ry} 0 1,0 -${rx*2},0`

How do I wait for a promise to finish before returning the variable of a function?

You're not actually using promises here. Parse lets you use callbacks or promises; your choice.

To use promises, do the following:

query.find().then(function() {
    console.log("success!");
}, function() {
    console.log("error");
});

Now, to execute stuff after the promise is complete, you can just execute it inside the promise callback inside the then() call. So far this would be exactly the same as regular callbacks.

To actually make good use of promises is when you chain them, like this:

query.find().then(function() {
    console.log("success!");

    return new Parse.Query(Obj).get("sOmE_oBjEcT");
}, function() {
    console.log("error");
}).then(function() {
    console.log("success on second callback!");
}, function() {
    console.log("error on second callback");
});

Maven plugin not using Eclipse's proxy settings

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<settings xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.1.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
  xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.1.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/settings-1.1.0.xsd">

     <proxies>
       <proxy>
          <active>true</active>
          <protocol>http</protocol>
          <host>proxy.somewhere.com</host>
          <port>8080</port>
          <username>proxyuser</username>
          <password>somepassword</password>
          <nonProxyHosts>www.google.com|*.somewhere.com</nonProxyHosts>
        </proxy>
      </proxies>

    </settings>

Window > Preferences > Maven > User Settings

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How to unset (remove) a collection element after fetching it?

Or you can use reject method

$newColection = $collection->reject(function($element) {
    return $item->selected != true;
});

or pull method

$selected = []; 
foreach ($collection as $key => $item) {
      if ($item->selected == true) {
          $selected[] = $collection->pull($key);
      }
}

Jackson JSON: get node name from json-tree

fields() and fieldNames() both were not working for me. And I had to spend quite sometime to find a way to iterate over the keys. There are two ways by which it can be done.

One is by converting it into a map (takes up more space):

ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper();
Map<String, Object> result = mapper.convertValue(jsonNode, Map.class);
for (String key : result.keySet())
{
    if(key.equals(foo))
    {
        //code here
    }
}

Another, by using a String iterator:

Iterator<String> it = jsonNode.getFieldNames();
while (it.hasNext())
{
    String key = it.next();
    if (key.equals(foo))
    {
         //code here
    }
}

How can I get a web site's favicon?

This is a late answer, but for completeness: it is difficult to get even close to fetching 90% all favicons.

A while ago I wrote a WordPress plugin which attempts to get closer to 100%.

This is how it works:

  1. It starts by searching existing favicon repositories such as Google favicons and GetFavicons for the favicon.

  2. If none of them returns an icon, the plugin attempts to get the icon itself. This involves traversing several pages on the domain.

  3. The plugin then inspects the physical image file, because on some servers files get returned with the incorrect mime types.

The code is still not perfect because in the details you will find many weird situations: people have wrongly coded paths, e.g. img/favicon.ico where img is not in the root, duplicate headers in HTML output, different server responses from the head and body etc.

The core of the fetching part is here so you can reverse-engineer it, but be aware that validating the response should be done (checking image filetype, mime etc.).

How to install a plugin in Jenkins manually

The answers given work, with added plugins.

If you want to replace/update a built-in plugin like the credentials plugin, that has dependencies, then you have to use the frontend. To automate I use:

 curl -i -F [email protected] http://jenkinshost/jenkins/pluginManager/uploadPlugin

Where is the kibana error log? Is there a kibana error log?

Kibana 4 logs to stdout by default. Here is an excerpt of the config/kibana.yml defaults:

# Enables you specify a file where Kibana stores log output.
# logging.dest: stdout

So when invoking it with service, use the log capture method of that service. For example, on a Linux distribution using Systemd / systemctl (e.g. RHEL 7+):

journalctl -u kibana.service

One way may be to modify init scripts to use the --log-file option (if it still exists), but I think the proper solution is to properly configure your instance YAML file. For example, add this to your config/kibana.yml:

logging.dest: /var/log/kibana.log

Note that the Kibana process must be able to write to the file you specify, or the process will die without information (it can be quite confusing).

As for the --log-file option, I think this is reserved for CLI operations, rather than automation.

How to round a numpy array?

It is worth noting that the accepted answer will round small floats down to zero.

>>> import numpy as np 
>>> arr = np.asarray([2.92290007e+00, -1.57376965e-03, 4.82011728e-08, 1.92896977e-12])
>>> print(arr)
[ 2.92290007e+00 -1.57376965e-03  4.82011728e-08  1.92896977e-12]
>>> np.round(arr, 2)
array([ 2.92, -0.  ,  0.  ,  0.  ]) 

You can use set_printoptions and a custom formatter to fix this and get a more numpy-esque printout with fewer decimal places:

>>> np.set_printoptions(formatter={'float': "{0:0.2e}".format})
>>> print(arr)
[2.92e+00 -1.57e-03 4.82e-08 1.93e-12]  

This way, you get the full versatility of format and maintain the full precision of numpy's datatypes.

Also note that this only affects printing, not the actual precision of the stored values used for computation.

Node.js res.setHeader('content-type', 'text/javascript'); pushing the response javascript as file download

You can directly set the content type like below:

res.writeHead(200, {'Content-Type': 'text/plain'});

For reference go through the nodejs Docs link.

How do I store an array in localStorage?

localStorage only supports strings. Use JSON.stringify() and JSON.parse().

var names = [];
names[0] = prompt("New member name?");
localStorage.setItem("names", JSON.stringify(names));

//...
var storedNames = JSON.parse(localStorage.getItem("names"));

rails 3.1.0 ActionView::Template::Error (application.css isn't precompiled)

I ran into this error message today and wanted to post the resolution to my particular my case. It turns out that my problem was that one of my css files was missing a closing brace and this was causing the file to not be compiled. It may be harder to notice this if you have an automated process that sets everything up (including the asset precompile) for your production environment.

Print a list of all installed node.js modules

Use npm ls (there is even json output)

From the script:

test.js:

function npmls(cb) {
  require('child_process').exec('npm ls --json', function(err, stdout, stderr) {
    if (err) return cb(err)
    cb(null, JSON.parse(stdout));
  });
}
npmls(console.log);

run:

> node test.js
null { name: 'x11', version: '0.0.11' }

Maven build debug in Eclipse

The Run/Debug configuration you're using is meant to let you run Maven on your workspace as if from the command line without leaving Eclipse.

Assuming your tests are JUnit based you should be able to debug them by choosing a source folder containing tests with the right button and choose Debug as... -> JUnit tests.

Find the most common element in a list

Sort a copy of the list and find the longest run. You can decorate the list before sorting it with the index of each element, and then choose the run that starts with the lowest index in the case of a tie.

Get value from a string after a special character

Here's a way:

<html>
    <head>
        <script src="jquery-1.4.2.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
        <script type="text/javascript">
            $(document).ready(function(){
                var value = $('input[type="hidden"]')[0].value;
                alert(value.split(/\?/)[1]);
            });
        </script>
    </head>
    <body>
        <input type="hidden" value="/TEST/Name?3" />
    </body>
</html>

android activity has leaked window com.android.internal.policy.impl.phonewindow$decorview Issue

In my case finish() executed immediately after a dialog has shown.

Which @NotNull Java annotation should I use?

While waiting for this to be sorted out upstream (Java 8?), you could also just define your own project-local @NotNull and @Nullable annotations. This can be useful also in case you're working with Java SE, where javax.validation.constraints isn't available by default.

import java.lang.annotation.*;

/**
 * Designates that a field, return value, argument, or variable is
 * guaranteed to be non-null.
 */
@Target({ElementType.FIELD, ElementType.METHOD, ElementType.PARAMETER, ElementType.LOCAL_VARIABLE})
@Documented
@Retention(RetentionPolicy.CLASS)
public @interface NotNull {}

/**
 * Designates that a field, return value, argument, or variable may be null.
 */
@Target({ElementType.FIELD, ElementType.METHOD, ElementType.PARAMETER, ElementType.LOCAL_VARIABLE})
@Documented
@Retention(RetentionPolicy.CLASS)
public @interface Nullable {}

This would admittedly largely be for decorative or future-proofing purposes, since the above obviously doesn't in and of itself add any support for the static analysis of these annotations.

Java: How to resolve java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/xml/bind/JAXBException

Solution for SBT

libraryDependencies += "javax.xml.bind" % "jaxb-api" % "2.3.1"

Multi-threading in VBA

As you probably learned VBA does not natively support multithreading but. There are 3 methods to achieve multithreading:

  1. COM/dlls - e.g. C# and the Parallel class to run in separate threads
  2. Using VBscript worker threads - run your VBA code in separate VBscript threads
  3. Using VBA worker threads executed e.g. via VBscript - copy the Excel workbook and run your macro in parallel.

I compared all thread approaches here: http://analystcave.com/excel-multithreading-vba-vs-vbscript-vs-c-net/

Considering approach #3 I also made a VBA Multithreading Tool that allows you to easily add multithreading to VBA: http://analystcave.com/excel-vba-multithreading-tool/

See the examples below:

Multithreading a For Loop

Sub RunForVBA(workbookName As String, seqFrom As Long, seqTo As Long)
    For i = seqFrom To seqTo
        x = seqFrom / seqTo
    Next i
End Sub

Sub RunForVBAMultiThread()
    Dim parallelClass As Parallel 

    Set parallelClass = New Parallel 

    parallelClass.SetThreads 4 

    Call parallelClass.ParallelFor("RunForVBA", 1, 1000) 
End Sub

Run an Excel macro asynchronously

Sub RunAsyncVBA(workbookName As String, seqFrom As Long, seqTo As Long)
    For i = seqFrom To seqTo
        x = seqFrom / seqTo
    Next i
End Sub

Sub RunForVBAAndWait()
    Dim parallelClass As Parallel

    Set parallelClass  = New Parallel

    Call parallelClass.ParallelAsyncInvoke("RunAsyncVBA", ActiveWorkbook.Name, 1, 1000) 
    'Do other operations here
    '....

    parallelClass.AsyncThreadJoin 
End Sub

How to change status bar color to match app in Lollipop? [Android]

In android pre Lollipop devices you can do it from SystemBarTintManager If you are using android studio just add Systembartint lib in your gradle file.

dependencies {
    compile 'com.readystatesoftware.systembartint:systembartint:1.0.3'
    ...
}

Then in your activity

// create manager instance after the content view is set
SystemBarTintManager mTintManager = new SystemBarTintManager(this);
// enable status bar tint
mTintManager.setStatusBarTintEnabled(true);
mTintManager.setTintColor(getResources().getColor(R.color.blue));

Can we pass an array as parameter in any function in PHP?

I composed this code as an example. Hope the idea works!

<?php
$friends = array('Robert', 'Louis', 'Ferdinand');
  function greetings($friends){
    echo "Greetings, $friends <br>";
  }
  foreach ($friends as $friend) {
  greetings($friend);
  }
?>

How can I remove a style added with .css() function?

either of these jQuery functions should work:

$("#element").removeAttr("style");
$("#element").removeAttr("background-color") 

How do I flush the cin buffer?

int i;
  cout << "Please enter an integer value: ";

  // cin >> i; leaves '\n' among possible other junk in the buffer. 
  // '\n' also happens to be the default delim character for getline() below.
  cin >> i; 
  if (cin.fail()) 
  {
    cout << "\ncin failed - substituting: i=1;\n\n";
    i = 1;
  }
  cin.clear(); cin.ignore(INT_MAX,'\n'); 

  cout << "The value you entered is: " << i << " and its double is " << i*2 << ".\n\n";

  string myString;
  cout << "What's your full name? (spaces inclded) \n";
  getline (cin, myString);
  cout << "\nHello '" << myString << "'.\n\n\n";

How to get the entire document HTML as a string?

MS added the outerHTML and innerHTML properties some time ago.

According to MDN, outerHTML is supported in Firefox 11, Chrome 0.2, Internet Explorer 4.0, Opera 7, Safari 1.3, Android, Firefox Mobile 11, IE Mobile, Opera Mobile, and Safari Mobile. outerHTML is in the DOM Parsing and Serialization specification.

See quirksmode for browser compatibility for what will work for you. All support innerHTML.

var markup = document.documentElement.innerHTML;
alert(markup);

Cannot add a project to a Tomcat server in Eclipse

  1. Right click on the project name in the Package Explorer view.
  2. Select Properties
  3. Select Project Facets
  4. Click on the Runtimes tab
  5. Check Server
  6. Click on OK

And now:

  1. Right click on the server name in the Servers view
  2. Click on Add and Remove...
  3. Move resources to the right column

count number of characters in nvarchar column

Use the LEN function:

Returns the number of characters of the specified string expression, excluding trailing blanks.

Convert serial.read() into a useable string using Arduino?

This would be way easier:

char data [21];
int number_of_bytes_received;

if(Serial.available() > 0)
{
    number_of_bytes_received = Serial.readBytesUntil (13,data,20); // read bytes (max. 20) from buffer, untill <CR> (13). store bytes in data. count the bytes recieved.
    data[number_of_bytes_received] = 0; // add a 0 terminator to the char array
} 

bool result = strcmp (data, "whatever");
// strcmp returns 0; if inputs match.
// http://en.cppreference.com/w/c/string/byte/strcmp


if (result == 0)
{
   Serial.println("data matches whatever");
} 
else 
{
   Serial.println("data does not match whatever");
}

The entity name must immediately follow the '&' in the entity reference

If you use XHTML, for some reason, note that XHTML 1.0 C 4 says: “Use external scripts if your script uses < or & or ]]> or --.” That is, don’t embed script code inside a script element but put it into a separate JavaScript file and refer to it with <script src="foo.js"></script>.

Batch file to perform start, run, %TEMP% and delete all

@echo off    
del /s /f /q %windir%\temp\*.*    
rd /s /q %windir%\temp    
md %windir%\temp    
del /s /f /q %windir%\Prefetch\*.*    
rd /s /q %windir%\Prefetch    
md %windir%\Prefetch    
del /s /f /q %windir%\system32\dllcache\*.*    
rd /s /q %windir%\system32\dllcache    
md %windir%\system32\dllcache    
del /s /f /q "%SysteDrive%\Temp"\*.*    
rd /s /q "%SysteDrive%\Temp"    
md "%SysteDrive%\Temp"    
del /s /f /q %temp%\*.*    
rd /s /q %temp%    
md %temp%    
del /s /f /q "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\History"\*.*    
rd /s /q "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\History"    
md "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\History"    
del /s /f /q "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files"\*.*    
rd /s /q "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files"    
md "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files"    
del /s /f /q "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp"\*.*    
rd /s /q "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp"    
md "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp"    
del /s /f /q "%USERPROFILE%\Recent"\*.*    
rd /s /q "%USERPROFILE%\Recent"    
md "%USERPROFILE%\Recent"    
del /s /f /q "%USERPROFILE%\Cookies"\*.*    
rd /s /q "%USERPROFILE%\Cookies"    
md "%USERPROFILE%\Cookies"

How to push elements in JSON from javascript array

You can directly access BODY.values:

for (var ln = 0; ln < names.length; ln++) {
  var item1 = {
    "person": {
      "_path": "/people/"+names[ln],
    },
  };

  BODY.values.push(item1);
}

How can I convert radians to degrees with Python?

Python convert radians to degrees or degrees to radians:

What are Radians and what problem does it solve?:

Radians and degrees are two separate units of measure that help people express and communicate precise changes in direction. Wikipedia has some great intuition with their infographics on how one Radian is defined relative to degrees:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radian

Conversion from radians to degrees

Python examples using libraries calculating degrees from radians:

>>> import math
>>> math.degrees(0)                       #0 radians == 0 degrees
0.0
>>> math.degrees(math.pi/2)               #pi/2 radians is 90 degrees
90.0
>>> math.degrees(math.pi)                 #pi radians is 180 degrees
180.0      
>>> math.degrees(math.pi+(math.pi/2))     #pi+pi/2 radians is 270 degrees
270.0 
>>> math.degrees(math.pi+math.pi)         #2*pi radians is 360 degrees
360.0      

Python examples using libraries calculating radians from degrees:

>>> import math
>>> math.radians(0)           #0 degrees == 0 radians
0.0
>>> math.radians(90)          #90 degrees is pi/2 radians
1.5707963267948966
>>> math.radians(180)         #180 degrees is pi radians
3.141592653589793
>>> math.radians(270)         #270 degrees is pi+(pi/2) radians
4.71238898038469
>>> math.radians(360)         #360 degrees is 2*pi radians
6.283185307179586

Source: https://docs.python.org/3/library/math.html#angular-conversion

The mathematical notation:

Mathematical notation of degrees and radians

You can do degree/radian conversion without libraries:

If you roll your own degree/radian converter, you have to write your own code to handle edge cases.

Mistakes here are easy to make, and will hurt just like it hurt the developers of the 1999 mars orbiter who sunk $125m dollars crashing it into Mars because of non intuitive edge cases here.

Lets crash that orbiter and Roll our own Radians to Degrees:

Invalid radians as input return garbage output.

>>> 0 * 180.0 / math.pi                         #0 radians is 0 degrees
0.0
>>> (math.pi/2) * 180.0 / math.pi               #pi/2 radians is 90 degrees
90.0
>>> (math.pi) * 180.0 / math.pi                 #pi radians is 180 degrees
180.0
>>> (math.pi+(math.pi/2)) * 180.0 / math.pi     #pi+(pi/2) radians is 270 degrees
270.0
>>> (2 * math.pi) * 180.0 / math.pi             #2*pi radians is 360 degrees
360.0

Degrees to radians:

>>> 0 * math.pi / 180.0              #0 degrees in radians
0.0
>>> 90 * math.pi / 180.0             #90 degrees in radians
1.5707963267948966
>>> 180 * math.pi / 180.0            #180 degrees in radians
3.141592653589793
>>> 270 * math.pi / 180.0            #270 degrees in radians
4.71238898038469
>>> 360 * math.pi / 180.0            #360 degrees in radians
6.283185307179586

Expressing multiple rotations with degrees and radians

Single rotation valid radian values are between 0 and 2*pi. Single rotation degree values are between 0 and 360. However if you want to express multiple rotations, valid radian and degree values are between 0 and infinity.

>>> import math
>>> math.radians(360)                 #one complete rotation
6.283185307179586
>>> math.radians(360+360)             #two rotations
12.566370614359172
>>> math.degrees(12.566370614359172)  #math.degrees and math.radians preserve the
720.0                                 #number of rotations

Collapsing multiple rotations:

You can collapse multiple degree/radian rotations into a single rotation by modding against the value of one rotation. For degrees you mod by 360, for radians you modulus by 2*pi.

>>> import math
>>> math.radians(720+90)        #2 whole rotations plus 90 is 14.14 radians
14.137166941154069
>>> math.radians((720+90)%360)  #14.1 radians brings you to 
1.5707963267948966              #the end point as 1.57 radians.

>>> math.degrees((2*math.pi)+(math.pi/2))            #one rotation plus a quarter 
450.0                                                #rotation is 450 degrees.
>>> math.degrees(((2*math.pi)+(math.pi/2))%(2*math.pi)) #one rotation plus a quarter
90.0                                                    #rotation brings you to 90.

Protip

Khan academy has some excellent content to solidify intuition around trigonometry and angular mathematics: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/trig-functions/intro-to-radians-alg2/v/introduction-to-radians

How to shift a block of code left/right by one space in VSCode?

No need to use any tool for that

  1. Set Tab Spaces to 1.
  2. Select whole block of code and then press Shift + Tab

Shift + Tab = Shift text right to left

How to get df linux command output always in GB

If you also want it to be a command you can reference without remembering the arguments, you could simply alias it:

alias df-gb='df -BG'

So if you type:

df-gb

into a terminal, you'll get your intended output of the disk usage in GB.

EDIT: or even use just df -h to get it in a standard, human readable format.

http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2012/05/df-examples/

Summing radio input values

Your javascript is executed before the HTML is generated, so it doesn't "see" the ungenerated INPUT elements. For jQuery, you would either stick the Javascript at the end of the HTML or wrap it like this:

<script type="text/javascript">   $(function() { //jQuery trick to say after all the HTML is parsed.     $("input[type=radio]").click(function() {       var total = 0;       $("input[type=radio]:checked").each(function() {         total += parseFloat($(this).val());       });        $("#totalSum").val(total);     });   }); </script> 

EDIT: This code works for me

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> </head> <body>   <strong>Choose a base package:</strong>   <input id="item_0" type="radio" name="pkg" value="1942" />Base Package 1 - $1942   <input id="item_1" type="radio" name="pkg" value="2313" />Base Package 2 - $2313   <input id="item_2" type="radio" name="pkg" value="2829" />Base Package 3 - $2829   <strong>Choose an add on:</strong>   <input id="item_10" type="radio" name="ext" value="0" />No add-on - +$0   <input id="item_12" type="radio" name="ext" value="2146" />Add-on 1 - (+$2146)   <input id="item_13" type="radio" name="ext" value="2455" />Add-on 2 - (+$2455)   <input id="item_14" type="radio" name="ext" value="2764" />Add-on 3 - (+$2764)   <input id="item_15" type="radio" name="ext" value="3073" />Add-on 4 - (+$3073)   <input id="item_16" type="radio" name="ext" value="3382" />Add-on 5 - (+$3382)   <input id="item_17" type="radio" name="ext" value="3691" />Add-on 6 - (+$3691)   <strong>Your total is:</strong>   <input id="totalSum" type="text" name="totalSum" readonly="readonly" size="5" value="" />   <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script>   <script type="text/javascript">       $("input[type=radio]").click(function() {         var total = 0;         $("input[type=radio]:checked").each(function() {           total += parseFloat($(this).val());         });          $("#totalSum").val(total);       });     </script> </body> </html> 

Cmake doesn't find Boost

I had the same problem while trying to run make for a project after installing Boost version 1.66.0 on Ubuntu Trusty64. The error message was similar to (not exactly like) this one:

CMake Error at     
/usr/local/Cellar/cmake/3.3.2/share/cmake/Modules/FindBoost.cmake:1245 (message):
Unable to find the requested Boost libraries.
Boost version: 0.0.0
Boost include path: /usr/include
Detected version of Boost is too old.  Requested version was 1.36 (or newer).
Call Stack (most recent call first):
CMakeLists.txt:10 (FIND_PACKAGE)

Boost was definitely installed, but CMake couldn't detect it. After spending plenty of time tinkering with paths and environmental variables, I eventually ended up checking cmake itself for options and found the following:

--check-system-vars        = Find problems with variable usage in system files

So I ran the following in the directory at issue:

sudo cmake --check-system-vars

which returned:

Also check system files when warning about unused and uninitialized variables.
-- Boost version: 1.66.0
-- Found the following Boost libraries:
--   system
--   filesystem
--   thread
--   date_time
--   chrono
--   regex
--   serialization
--   program_options
-- Found Git: /usr/bin/git
-- Configuring done
-- Generating done
-- Build files have been written to: /home/user/myproject

and resolved the issue.

git pull from master into the development branch

Scenario:

I have master updating and my branch updating, I want my branch to keep track of master with rebasing, to keep all history tracked properly, let's call my branch Mybranch

Solution:

git checkout master    
git pull --rebase    
git checkout Mybranch    
git rebase master
git push -f origin Mybranch
  • need to resolve all conflicts with git mergetool &, git rebase --continue, git rebase --skip, git add -u, according to situation and git hints, till all is solved

(correction to last stage, in courtesy of Tzachi Cohen, using "-f" forces git to "update history" at server)

now branch should be aligned with master and rebased, also with remote updated, so at git log there are no "behind" or "ahead", just need to remove all local conflict *.orig files to keep folder "clean"

'this' is undefined in JavaScript class methods

Use arrow function:

Request.prototype.start = () => {
    if( this.stay_open == true ) {
        this.open({msg: 'listen'});
    } else {

    }
};

How can I search sub-folders using glob.glob module?

If you can install glob2 package...

import glob2
filenames = glob2.glob("C:\\top_directory\\**\\*.ext")  # Where ext is a specific file extension
folders = glob2.glob("C:\\top_directory\\**\\")

All filenames and folders:

all_ff = glob2.glob("C:\\top_directory\\**\\**")  

I didn't find "ZipFile" class in the "System.IO.Compression" namespace

The issue here is that you just Added the reference to System.IO.Compression it is missing the reference to System.IO.Compression.Filesystem.dll

And you need to do it on .net 4.5 or later (because it doesn't exist on older versions).

I just posted a script on TechNet Maybe somebody would find it useful it requires .net 4.5 or 4.7

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Create-a-Zip-file-from-a-b23a7530

Jackson - Deserialize using generic class

You can wrap it in another class which knows the type of your generic type.

Eg,

class Wrapper {
 private Data<Something> data;
}
mapper.readValue(jsonString, Wrapper.class);

Here Something is a concrete type. You need a wrapper per reified type. Otherwise Jackson does not know what objects to create.

WPF Application that only has a tray icon

I recently had this same problem. Unfortunately, NotifyIcon is only a Windows.Forms control at the moment, if you want to use it you are going to have to include that part of the framework. I guess that depends how much of a WPF purist you are.

If you want a quick and easy way of getting started check out this WPF NotifyIcon control on the Code Project which does not rely on the WinForms NotifyIcon at all. A more recent version seems to be available on the author's website and as a NuGet package. This seems like the best and cleanest way to me so far.

  • Rich ToolTips rather than text
  • WPF context menus and popups
  • Command support and routed events
  • Flexible data binding
  • Rich balloon messages rather than the default messages provides by the OS

Check it out. It comes with an amazing sample app too, very easy to use, and you can have great looking Windows Live Messenger style WPF popups, tooltips, and context menus. Perfect for displaying an RSS feed, I am using it for a similar purpose.

How to fill DataTable with SQL Table

The SqlDataReader is a valid data source for the DataTable. As such, all you need to do its this:

public DataTable GetData()
{
    SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection(System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["BarManConnectionString"].ConnectionString);
    conn.Open();
    string query = "SELECT * FROM [EventOne]";
    SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(query, conn);

    DataTable dt = new DataTable();
    dt.Load(cmd.ExecuteReader());
    conn.Close();
    return dt;
}

Generating Unique Random Numbers in Java

Choose n unique random numbers from 0 to m-1.

int[] uniqueRand(int n, int m){
    Random rand = new Random();
    int[] r = new int[n];
    int[] result = new int[n];
    for(int i = 0; i < n; i++){
        r[i] = rand.nextInt(m-i);
        result[i] = r[i];
        for(int j = i-1; j >= 0; j--){
            if(result[i] >= r[j])
                result[i]++;
        }
    }
    return result;
}

Imagine a list containing numbers from 0 to m-1. To choose the first number, we simply use rand.nextInt(m). Then remove the number from the list. Now there remains m-1 numbers, so we call rand.nextInt(m-1). The number we get represents the position in the list. If it is less than the first number, then it is the second number, since the part of list prior to the first number wasn't changed by the removal of the first number. If the position is greater than or equal to the first number, the second number is position+1. Do some further derivation, you can get this algorithm.

Explanation

This algorithm has O(n^2) complexity. So it is good for generating small amount of unique numbers from a large set. While the shuffle based algorithm need at least O(m) to do the shuffle.

Also shuffle based algorithm need memory to store every possible outcome to do the shuffle, this algorithm doesn’t need.

Change form size at runtime in C#

You cannot change the Width and Height properties of the Form as they are readonly. You can change the form's size like this:

button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    // This will change the Form's Width and Height, respectively.
    this.Size = new Size(420, 200);
}

Converting from a string to boolean in Python?

By using Python's built-in eval() function and the .capitalize() method, you can convert any "true" / "false" string (regardless of initial capitalization) to a true Python boolean.

For example:

true_false = "trUE"
type(true_false)

# OUTPUT: <type 'str'>

true_false = eval(true_false.capitalize())
type(true_false)

# OUTPUT: <type 'bool'>

Passing data through intent using Serializable

Create your custom object and implement Serializable. Next, you can use intent.putExtra("package.name.example", <your-serializable-object>).

In the second activity, you read it using getIntent().getSerializableExtra("package.name.example")

Otherwise, follow this and this page.

Java Runtime.getRuntime(): getting output from executing a command line program

A quicker way is this:

public static String execCmd(String cmd) throws java.io.IOException {
    java.util.Scanner s = new java.util.Scanner(Runtime.getRuntime().exec(cmd).getInputStream()).useDelimiter("\\A");
    return s.hasNext() ? s.next() : "";
}

Which is basically a condensed version of this:

public static String execCmd(String cmd) throws java.io.IOException {
    Process proc = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(cmd);
    java.io.InputStream is = proc.getInputStream();
    java.util.Scanner s = new java.util.Scanner(is).useDelimiter("\\A");
    String val = "";
    if (s.hasNext()) {
        val = s.next();
    }
    else {
        val = "";
    }
    return val;
}

I know this question is old but I am posting this answer because I think this may be quicker.

Edit (For Java 7 and above)

Need to close Streams and Scanners. Using AutoCloseable for neat code:

public static String execCmd(String cmd) {
    String result = null;
    try (InputStream inputStream = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(cmd).getInputStream();
            Scanner s = new Scanner(inputStream).useDelimiter("\\A")) {
        result = s.hasNext() ? s.next() : null;
    } catch (IOException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
    return result;
}

Python lookup hostname from IP with 1 second timeout

>>> import socket
>>> socket.gethostbyaddr("69.59.196.211")
('stackoverflow.com', ['211.196.59.69.in-addr.arpa'], ['69.59.196.211'])

For implementing the timeout on the function, this stackoverflow thread has answers on that.

Set scroll position

Also worth noting window.scrollBy(dx,dy) (ref)

Extract date (yyyy/mm/dd) from a timestamp in PostgreSQL

This works for me in python 2.7

 select some_date::DATE from some_table;

SQL Case Sensitive String Compare

You can define attribute as BINARY or use INSTR or STRCMP to perform your search.

How to set width to 100% in WPF

You could use HorizontalContentAlignment="Stretch" as follows:

<ListBox HorizontalContentAlignment="Stretch"/>

How can I measure the similarity between two images?

This depends entirely on how smart you want the algorithm to be.

For instance, here are some issues:

  • cropped images vs. an uncropped image
  • images with a text added vs. another without
  • mirrored images

The easiest and simplest algorithm I've seen for this is just to do the following steps to each image:

  1. scale to something small, like 64x64 or 32x32, disregard aspect ratio, use a combining scaling algorithm instead of nearest pixel
  2. scale the color ranges so that the darkest is black and lightest is white
  3. rotate and flip the image so that the lighest color is top left, and then top-right is next darker, bottom-left is next darker (as far as possible of course)

Edit A combining scaling algorithm is one that when scaling 10 pixels down to one will do it using a function that takes the color of all those 10 pixels and combines them into one. Can be done with algorithms like averaging, mean-value, or more complex ones like bicubic splines.

Then calculate the mean distance pixel-by-pixel between the two images.

To look up a possible match in a database, store the pixel colors as individual columns in the database, index a bunch of them (but not all, unless you use a very small image), and do a query that uses a range for each pixel value, ie. every image where the pixel in the small image is between -5 and +5 of the image you want to look up.

This is easy to implement, and fairly fast to run, but of course won't handle most advanced differences. For that you need much more advanced algorithms.

SVN icon overlays not showing properly

This is, unfortunately a quite common problem on Windows where the icons are either not updated or rather disappearing. I find it quite annoying. It usually is fixed by either refreshing the Windows folder (F5) or, by doing a SVN Clean up,

Right click on the folder ->  TortoiseSVN -> Clean up... 
Select Clean up working copy status

I have never been able to solve this permanently, this is only a work-around. Keeping TortoiseSVN on the latest version may or may not help.

Note that the clean up will only clean up your local working copy, it wont do anything to the actual repository. Its a safe operation.


Apparently this is not enough according to your comment. Do you have lots of other programs that are also using overlay icons? If so maybe you can find a solution in this thread: TortoiseSVN icons not showing up under Windows 7? The second most voted answer also deals with network drives etc. Its a good read.


Also, have you rebooted your computer after the install? From the TortoiseSVN FAQ:

You rebooted your PC of course after the installation? If you haven't please do so now. TortoiseSVN is a windows Explorer Shell extension and will be loaded together with Explorer.

...

Otherwise, try doing a repair install (and reboot of course).

Accessing clicked element in angularjs

While AngularJS allows you to get a hand on a click event (and thus a target of it) with the following syntax (note the $event argument to the setMaster function; documentation here: http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng.directive:ngClick):

function AdminController($scope) {    
  $scope.setMaster = function(obj, $event){
    console.log($event.target);
  }
}

this is not very angular-way of solving this problem. With AngularJS the focus is on the model manipulation. One would mutate a model and let AngularJS figure out rendering.

The AngularJS-way of solving this problem (without using jQuery and without the need to pass the $event argument) would be:

<div ng-controller="AdminController">
    <ul class="list-holder">
        <li ng-repeat="section in sections" ng-class="{active : isSelected(section)}">
            <a ng-click="setMaster(section)">{{section.name}}</a>
        </li>
    </ul>
    <hr>
    {{selected | json}}
</div>

where methods in the controller would look like this:

$scope.setMaster = function(section) {
    $scope.selected = section;
}

$scope.isSelected = function(section) {
    return $scope.selected === section;
}

Here is the complete jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/pkozlowski_opensource/WXJ3p/15/

What is a superfast way to read large files line-by-line in VBA?

My two cents…

Not long ago I needed reading large files using VBA and noticed this question. I tested the three approaches to read data from a file to compare its speed and reliability for a wide range of file sizes and line lengths. The approaches are:

  1. Line Input VBA statement
  2. Using the File System Object (FSO)
  3. Using Get VBA statement for the whole file and then parsing the string read as described in posts here

Each test case consists of three steps:

  1. Test case setup that writes a text file containing given number of lines of the same given length filled by the known character pattern.
  2. Integrity test. Read each file line and verify its length and contents.
  3. File read speed test. Read each line of the file repeated 10 times.

As you can notice, Step #3 verifies the true file read speed (as asked in the question) while Step #2 verifies the file read integrity and therefore simulates real conditions when string parsing is needed.

The following chart shows the test results for the File read speed test. The file size is 64M bytes for all tests, and the tests differ in line length that varies from 2 bytes (not including CRLF) to 8M bytes.

No idea why it is not displayed any longer :(

CONCLUSION:

  1. All the three methods are reliable for large files with normal and abnormal line lengths (please compare to Graeme Howard’s answer)
  2. All the three methods produce almost equivalent file reading speed for normal line lengths
  3. “Superfast way” (Method #3) works fine for extremely long lines while the other two don’t.
  4. All this is applicable to different Offices, different PCs, for VBA and VB6

What are the differences between JSON and JSONP?

“JSONP is JSON with extra code” would be too easy for the real world. No, you gotta have little discrepancies. What’s the fun in programming if everything just works?

Turns out JSON is not a subset of JavaScript. If all you do is take a JSON object and wrap it in a function call, one day you will be bitten by strange syntax errors, like I was today.

Regex doesn't work in String.matches()

[a-z] matches a single char between a and z. So, if your string was just "d", for example, then it would have matched and been printed out.

You need to change your regex to [a-z]+ to match one or more chars.

For..In loops in JavaScript - key value pairs

for...in will work for you.

for( var key in obj ) {
  var value = obj[key];
}

In modern JavaScript you can also do this:

for ( const [key,value] of Object.entries( obj ) ) {

}

How to return a string from a C++ function?

Assign something to your strings. This will definitely help.

Node.js: How to read a stream into a buffer?

I suggest to have array of buffers and concat to resulting buffer only once at the end. Its easy to do manually, or one could use node-buffers

Change WPF window background image in C# code

img.UriSource = new Uri("pack://application:,,,/images/" + fileName, UriKind.Absolute);

Difference between git checkout --track origin/branch and git checkout -b branch origin/branch

The book seems to indicate that those commands yield the same effect:

The simple case is the example you just saw, running git checkout -b [branch] [remotename]/[branch]. If you have Git version 1.6.2 or later, you can also use the --track shorthand:

$ git checkout --track origin/serverfix 
Branch serverfix set up to track remote branch serverfix from origin. 
Switched to a new branch 'serverfix' 

To set up a local branch with a different name than the remote branch, you can easily use the first version with a different local branch name:

$ git checkout -b sf origin/serverfix

That's particularly handy when your bash or oh-my-zsh git completions are able to pull the origin/serverfix name for you - just append --track (or -t) and you are on your way.

Spring AMQP + RabbitMQ 3.3.5 ACCESS_REFUSED - Login was refused using authentication mechanism PLAIN

user 'guest' can only connect via localhost

That's true since RabbitMQ 3.3.x. Hence you should upgrade to the same version the client library, or just upgrade Spring AMQP to the latest version (if you use dependency managent system).

Previous version of client used 127.0.0.1 as default value for the host option of ConnectionFactory.

How do I keep Python print from adding newlines or spaces?

Python 2.5.2 (r252:60911, Sep 27 2008, 07:03:14)
[GCC 4.3.1] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import sys
>>> print "hello",; print "there"
hello there
>>> print "hello",; sys.stdout.softspace=False; print "there"
hellothere

But really, you should use sys.stdout.write directly.

How do I create delegates in Objective-C?

Let's start with an example , if we buy a product online ,it goes through process like shipping/delivery handled by different teams.So if shipping gets completed ,shipping team should notify delivery team & it should be one to one communication as broadcasting this information would be overhead for other people / vendor might want to pass this information only to required people.

So if we think in terms of our app, an event can be an online order & different teams can be like multiple views.

Here is code consider ShippingView as Shipping team & DeliveryView as delivery team :

//Declare the protocol with functions having info which needs to be communicated
protocol ShippingDelegate : class {
    func productShipped(productID : String)
}
//shippingView which shows shipping status of products
class ShippingView : UIView
{

    weak var delegate:ShippingDelegate?
    var productID : String

    @IBAction func checkShippingStatus(sender: UIButton)
    {
        // if product is shipped
        delegate?.productShipped(productID: productID)
    }
}
//Delivery view which shows delivery status & tracking info
class DeliveryView: UIView,ShippingDelegate
{
    func productShipped(productID : String)
    {
        // update status on view & perform delivery
    }
}

//Main page on app which has both views & shows updated info on product whole status
class ProductViewController : UIViewController
{
    var shippingView : ShippingView
    var deliveryView : DeliveryView

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()
        // as we want to update shipping info on delivery view, so assign delegate to delivery object
        // whenever shipping status gets updated it will call productShipped method in DeliveryView & update UI.
        shippingView.delegate = deliveryView
        //
    }
}

How do I fix the indentation of selected lines in Visual Studio

To fix the indentation and formatting in all files of your solution:

  1. Install the Format All Files extension => close VS, execute the .vsix file and reopen VS;
  2. Menu Tools > Options... > Text Editor > All Languages > Tabs:
    1. Click on Smart (for resolving conflicts);
    2. Type the Tab Size and Indent Size you want (e.g. 2);
    3. Click on Insert Spaces if you want to replace tabs by spaces;
  3. In the Solution Explorer (Ctrl+Alt+L) right click in any file and choose from the menu Format All Files (near the bottom).

This will recursively open and save all files in your solution, setting the indentation you defined above.

You might want to check other programming languages tabs (Options...) for Code Style > Formatting as well.

Set adb vendor keys

I had the same problem running Ubuntu 18.04. I tried multiple solutions but my device (OnePlus 5T) was always unauthorized.

Solution

  1. Configure udev rules on Ubuntu. To do this, just follow the official documentation: https://developer.android.com/studio/run/device

    The idVendor of my device (OnePlus) is not listed. To get it, just connect your device and use lsusb:

    Bus 003 Device 008: ID 2a70:4ee7

    In this example, 2a70 is the idVendor.

  2. Remove existing adb keys on Ubuntu:

    rm -v ~/.android/adbkey* ~/.android/adbkey ~/.android/adbkey.pub

  3. 'Revoke USB debugging authorizations' on your device configuration (developer options).

  4. Finally, restart the adb server to create a new key:

    sudo adb kill-server sudo adb devices

After that, I got the authorization prompt on my device and I authorized it.

How to create file object from URL object (image)

You can convert the URL to a String and use it to create a new File. e.g.

URL url = new URL("http://google.com/pathtoaimage.jpg");
File f = new File(url.getFile());

Get all rows from SQLite

Using Android's built in method

If you want every column and every row, then just pass in null for the SQLiteDatabase column and selection parameters.

Cursor cursor = db.query(TABLE_NAME, null, null, null, null, null, null, null);

More details

The other answers use rawQuery, but you can use Android's built in SQLiteDatabase. The documentation for query says that you can just pass in null to the selection parameter to get all the rows.

selection Passing null will return all rows for the given table.

And while you can also pass in null for the column parameter to get all of the columns (as in the one-liner above), it is better to only return the columns that you need. The documentation says

columns Passing null will return all columns, which is discouraged to prevent reading data from storage that isn't going to be used.

Example

SQLiteDatabase db = mHelper.getReadableDatabase();
String[] columns = {
        MyDatabaseHelper.COLUMN_1,
        MyDatabaseHelper.COLUMN_2,
        MyDatabaseHelper.COLUMN_3};
String selection = null; // this will select all rows
Cursor cursor = db.query(MyDatabaseHelper.MY_TABLE, columns, selection,
        null, null, null, null, null);

How to do a scatter plot with empty circles in Python?

Basend on the example of Gary Kerr and as proposed here one may create empty circles related to specified values with following code:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt 
import numpy as np 
from matplotlib.markers import MarkerStyle

x = np.random.randn(60) 
y = np.random.randn(60)
z = np.random.randn(60)

g=plt.scatter(x, y, s=80, c=z)
g.set_facecolor('none')
plt.colorbar()
plt.show()

Regex to get the words after matching string

This is a Python solution.

import re

line ="""Subject:
    Security ID:        S-1-5-21-3368353891-1012177287-890106238-22451
    Account Name:       ChamaraKer
    Account Domain:     JIC
    Logon ID:       0x1fffb

Object:
    Object Server:  Security
    Object Type:    File
    Object Name:    D:\ApacheTomcat\apache-tomcat-6.0.36\logs\localhost.2013-07-01.log
    Handle ID:  0x11dc"""



regex = (r'Object Name:\s+(.*)')
match1= re.findall(regex,line)
print (match1)

*** Remote Interpreter Reinitialized  ***
>>> 
['D:\\ApacheTomcat\x07pache-tomcat-6.0.36\\logs\\localhost.2013-07-01.log']
>>> 

How to prevent auto-closing of console after the execution of batch file

I know I'm late but my preferred way is:

:programend
pause>nul
GOTO programend

In this way the user cannot exit using enter.

Spring JDBC Template for calling Stored Procedures

There are a number of ways to call stored procedures in Spring.

If you use CallableStatementCreator to declare parameters, you will be using Java's standard interface of CallableStatement, i.e register out parameters and set them separately. Using SqlParameter abstraction will make your code cleaner.

I recommend you looking at SimpleJdbcCall. It may be used like this:

SimpleJdbcCall jdbcCall = new SimpleJdbcCall(jdbcTemplate)
    .withSchemaName(schema)
    .withCatalogName(package)
    .withProcedureName(procedure)();
...
jdbcCall.addDeclaredParameter(new SqlParameter(paramName, OracleTypes.NUMBER));
...
jdbcCall.execute(callParams);

For simple procedures you may use jdbcTemplate's update method:

jdbcTemplate.update("call SOME_PROC (?, ?)", param1, param2);

Array length in angularjs returns undefined

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

How to change heatmap.2 color range in R?

I got the color range to be asymmetric simply by changing the symkey argument to FALSE

symm=F,symkey=F,symbreaks=T, scale="none"

Solved the color issue with colorRampPalette with the breaks argument to specify the range of each color, e.g.

colors = c(seq(-3,-2,length=100),seq(-2,0.5,length=100),seq(0.5,6,length=100))

my_palette <- colorRampPalette(c("red", "black", "green"))(n = 299)

Altogether

heatmap.2(as.matrix(SeqCountTable), col=my_palette, 
    breaks=colors, density.info="none", trace="none", 
        dendrogram=c("row"), symm=F,symkey=F,symbreaks=T, scale="none")

Get current time in milliseconds in Python?

The simpliest way I've found to get the current UTC time in milliseconds is:

# timeutil.py
import datetime


def get_epochtime_ms():
    return round(datetime.datetime.utcnow().timestamp() * 1000)

# sample.py
import timeutil


timeutil.get_epochtime_ms()

How to manually force a commit in a @Transactional method?

I know that due to this ugly anonymous inner class usage of TransactionTemplate doesn't look nice, but when for some reason we want to have a test method transactional IMHO it is the most flexible option.

In some cases (it depends on the application type) the best way to use transactions in Spring tests is a turned-off @Transactional on the test methods. Why? Because @Transactional may leads to many false-positive tests. You may look at this sample article to find out details. In such cases TransactionTemplate can be perfect for controlling transaction boundries when we want that control.

json_decode returns NULL after webservice call

Non of these solutions worked for me. What DID eventually work was checking the string encoding by saving it to a local file and opening with Notepad++. I found out it was 'UTF-16', so I was able to convert it this way:

$str = mb_convert_encoding($str,'UTF-8','UTF-16');

java.util.regex - importance of Pattern.compile()?

When you compile the Pattern Java does some computation to make finding matches in Strings faster. (Builds an in-memory representation of the regex)

If you are going to reuse the Pattern multiple times you would see a vast performance increase over creating a new Pattern every time.

In the case of only using the Pattern once, the compiling step just seems like an extra line of code, but, in fact, it can be very helpful in the general case.

How to check model string property for null in a razor view

Try this first, you may be passing a Null Model:

@if (Model != null && !String.IsNullOrEmpty(Model.ImageName))
{
    <label for="Image">Change picture</label>
}
else
{ 
    <label for="Image">Add picture</label>
}

Otherise, you can make it even neater with some ternary fun! - but that will still error if your model is Null.

<label for="Image">@(String.IsNullOrEmpty(Model.ImageName) ? "Add" : "Change") picture</label>

How to set DataGrid's row Background, based on a property value using data bindings

The same can be done without DataTrigger too:

 <DataGrid.RowStyle>
     <Style TargetType="DataGridRow">
         <Setter Property="Background" >
             <Setter.Value>
                 <Binding Path="State" Converter="{StaticResource BooleanToBrushConverter}">
                     <Binding.ConverterParameter>
                         <x:Array Type="SolidColorBrush">
                             <SolidColorBrush Color="{StaticResource RedColor}"/>
                             <SolidColorBrush Color="{StaticResource TransparentColor}"/>
                         </x:Array>
                     </Binding.ConverterParameter>
                 </Binding>
             </Setter.Value>
         </Setter>
     </Style>
 </DataGrid.RowStyle>

Where BooleanToBrushConverter is the following class:

public class BooleanToBrushConverter : IValueConverter
{
    public object Convert(object value, Type targetType, object parameter, CultureInfo culture)
    {
        if (value == null)
            return Brushes.Transparent;

        Brush[] brushes = parameter as Brush[];
        if (brushes == null)
            return Brushes.Transparent;

        bool isTrue;
        bool.TryParse(value.ToString(), out isTrue);

        if (isTrue)
        {
            var brush =  (SolidColorBrush)brushes[0];
            return brush ?? Brushes.Transparent;
        }
        else
        {
            var brush = (SolidColorBrush)brushes[1];
            return brush ?? Brushes.Transparent;
        }
    }

    public object ConvertBack(object value, Type targetType, object parameter, CultureInfo culture)
    {
        throw new NotImplementedException();
    }
}

Background images: how to fill whole div if image is small and vice versa

This will work like a charm.

background-image:url("http://assets.toptal.io/uploads/blog/category/logo/4/php.png");
background-repeat: no-repeat;
background-size: contain;

How do I list the symbols in a .so file

If your .so file is in elf format, you can use readelf program to extract symbol information from the binary. This command will give you the symbol table:

readelf -Ws /usr/lib/libexample.so

You only should extract those that are defined in this .so file, not in the libraries referenced by it. Seventh column should contain a number in this case. You can extract it by using a simple regex:

readelf -Ws /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 | grep '^\([[:space:]]\+[^[:space:]]\+\)\{6\}[[:space:]]\+[[:digit:]]\+'

or, as proposed by Caspin,:

readelf -Ws /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 | awk '{print $8}';

Why is document.write considered a "bad practice"?

A few of the more serious problems:

  • document.write (henceforth DW) does not work in XHTML

  • DW does not directly modify the DOM, preventing further manipulation (trying to find evidence of this, but it's at best situational)

  • DW executed after the page has finished loading will overwrite the page, or write a new page, or not work

  • DW executes where encountered: it cannot inject at a given node point

  • DW is effectively writing serialised text which is not the way the DOM works conceptually, and is an easy way to create bugs (.innerHTML has the same problem)

Far better to use the safe and DOM friendly DOM manipulation methods

What does the variable $this mean in PHP?

Lets see what happens if we won't use $this and try to have instance variables and constructor arguments with the same name with the following code snippet

<?php

class Student {
    public $name;

    function __construct( $name ) {
        $name = $name;
    }
};

$tom = new Student('Tom');
echo $tom->name;

?>

It echos nothing but

<?php

class Student {
    public $name;

    function __construct( $name ) {
        $this->name = $name; // Using 'this' to access the student's name
    }
};

$tom = new Student('Tom');
echo $tom->name;

?>

this echoes 'Tom'

Numpy first occurrence of value greater than existing value

I was also interested in this and I've compared all the suggested answers with perfplot. (Disclaimer: I'm the author of perfplot.)

If you know that the array you're looking through is already sorted, then

numpy.searchsorted(a, alpha)

is for you. It's O(log(n)) operation, i.e., the speed hardly depends on the size of the array. You can't get faster than that.

If you don't know anything about your array, you're not going wrong with

numpy.argmax(a > alpha)

Already sorted:

enter image description here

Unsorted:

enter image description here

Code to reproduce the plot:

import numpy
import perfplot


alpha = 0.5
numpy.random.seed(0)


def argmax(data):
    return numpy.argmax(data > alpha)


def where(data):
    return numpy.where(data > alpha)[0][0]


def nonzero(data):
    return numpy.nonzero(data > alpha)[0][0]


def searchsorted(data):
    return numpy.searchsorted(data, alpha)


perfplot.save(
    "out.png",
    # setup=numpy.random.rand,
    setup=lambda n: numpy.sort(numpy.random.rand(n)),
    kernels=[argmax, where, nonzero, searchsorted],
    n_range=[2 ** k for k in range(2, 23)],
    xlabel="len(array)",
)

Cropping an UIImage

 (UIImage *)squareImageWithImage:(UIImage *)image scaledToSize:(CGSize)newSize {
    double ratio;
    double delta;
    CGPoint offset;

    //make a new square size, that is the resized imaged width
    CGSize sz = CGSizeMake(newSize.width, newSize.width);

    //figure out if the picture is landscape or portrait, then
    //calculate scale factor and offset
    if (image.size.width > image.size.height) {
        ratio = newSize.width / image.size.width;
        delta = (ratio*image.size.width - ratio*image.size.height);
        offset = CGPointMake(delta/2, 0);
    } else {
        ratio = newSize.width / image.size.height;
        delta = (ratio*image.size.height - ratio*image.size.width);
        offset = CGPointMake(0, delta/2);
    }

    //make the final clipping rect based on the calculated values
    CGRect clipRect = CGRectMake(-offset.x, -offset.y,
                                 (ratio * image.size.width) + delta,
                                 (ratio * image.size.height) + delta);


    //start a new context, with scale factor 0.0 so retina displays get
    //high quality image
    if ([[UIScreen mainScreen] respondsToSelector:@selector(scale)]) {
        UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(sz, YES, 0.0);
    } else {
        UIGraphicsBeginImageContext(sz);
    }
    UIRectClip(clipRect);
    [image drawInRect:clipRect];
    UIImage *newImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext();
    UIGraphicsEndImageContext();

    return newImage;
}

How do I view / replay a chrome network debugger har file saved with content?

There is an HAR Viewer developed by Jan Odvarko that you can use. You either use the online version at

Or download the source-code at https://github.com/janodvarko/harviewer.

EDIT: Chrome 62 DevTools include HAR import functionality. https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2017/08/devtools-release-notes#har-imports

What is the most efficient way to create a dictionary of two pandas Dataframe columns?

In [9]: pd.Series(df.Letter.values,index=df.Position).to_dict()
Out[9]: {1: 'a', 2: 'b', 3: 'c', 4: 'd', 5: 'e'}

Speed comparion (using Wouter's method)

In [6]: df = pd.DataFrame(randint(0,10,10000).reshape(5000,2),columns=list('AB'))

In [7]: %timeit dict(zip(df.A,df.B))
1000 loops, best of 3: 1.27 ms per loop

In [8]: %timeit pd.Series(df.A.values,index=df.B).to_dict()
1000 loops, best of 3: 987 us per loop

What is the difference between UTF-8 and ISO-8859-1?

From another perspective, files that both unicode and ascii encodings fail to read because they have a byte 0xc0 in them, seem to get read by iso-8859-1 properly. The caveat is that the file shouldn't have unicode characters in it of course.

Remove values from select list based on condition

A simple working solution using vanilla JavaScript:

const valuesToRemove = ["value1", "value2"];

valuesToRemove.forEach(value => {
    const mySelect = document.getElementById("my-select");

    const valueIndex = Array.from(mySelect.options).findIndex(option => option.value === value);

    if (valueIndex > 0) {
        mySelect.options.remove(valueIndex);
    }
});

How to get multiline input from user

Use the input() built-in function to get a input line from the user.

You can read the help here.

You can use the following code to get several line at once (finishing by an empty one):

while input() != '':
    do_thing

Loading an image to a <img> from <input file>

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var outImage ="imagenFondo";_x000D_
function preview_2(obj)_x000D_
{_x000D_
 if (FileReader)_x000D_
 {_x000D_
  var reader = new FileReader();_x000D_
  reader.readAsDataURL(obj.files[0]);_x000D_
  reader.onload = function (e) {_x000D_
  var image=new Image();_x000D_
  image.src=e.target.result;_x000D_
  image.onload = function () {_x000D_
   document.getElementById(outImage).src=image.src;_x000D_
  };_x000D_
  }_x000D_
 }_x000D_
 else_x000D_
 {_x000D_
      // Not supported_x000D_
 }_x000D_
}
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<!doctype html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
<meta charset="utf-8">_x000D_
<title>preview photo</title>_x000D_
</head>_x000D_
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<body>_x000D_
<form>_x000D_
 <input type="file" onChange="preview_2(this);"><br>_x000D_
 <img id="imagenFondo" style="height: 300px;width: 300px;">_x000D_
</form>_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
</html>
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How to give credentials in a batch script that copies files to a network location?

You can also map the share to a local drive as follows:

net use X: "\\servername\share" /user:morgan password

websocket closing connection automatically

Here is an example on how to configure Jetty's websocket timeout (the most likely culprit) using WebSocketServlet (in scala, sorry, but the syntax is pretty much the same).

import javax.servlet.annotation.WebServlet
import org.eclipse.jetty.websocket.servlet.{WebSocketServletFactory, WebSocketServlet}

@WebServlet(name = "WebSocket Servlet")
class WebsocketServlet extends WebSocketServlet {
  override def configure(factory: WebSocketServletFactory): Unit = {
    factory.getPolicy.setIdleTimeout(1000 * 3600)
    factory.register(classOf[ClientWebsocket])
  }
}

REST API - file (ie images) processing - best practices

There are several decisions to make:

  1. The first about resource path:

    • Model the image as a resource on its own:

      • Nested in user (/user/:id/image): the relationship between the user and the image is made implicitly

      • In the root path (/image):

        • The client is held responsible for establishing the relationship between the image and the user, or;

        • If a security context is being provided with the POST request used to create an image, the server can implicitly establish a relationship between the authenticated user and the image.

    • Embed the image as part of the user

  2. The second decision is about how to represent the image resource:

    • As Base 64 encoded JSON payload
    • As a multipart payload

This would be my decision track:

  • I usually favor design over performance unless there is a strong case for it. It makes the system more maintainable and can be more easily understood by integrators.
  • So my first thought is to go for a Base64 representation of the image resource because it lets you keep everything JSON. If you chose this option you can model the resource path as you like.
    • If the relationship between user and image is 1 to 1 I'd favor to model the image as an attribute specially if both data sets are updated at the same time. In any other case you can freely choose to model the image either as an attribute, updating the it via PUT or PATCH, or as a separate resource.
  • If you choose multipart payload I'd feel compelled to model the image as a resource on is own, so that other resources, in our case, the user resource, is not impacted by the decision of using a binary representation for the image.

Then comes the question: Is there any performance impact about choosing base64 vs multipart?. We could think that exchanging data in multipart format should be more efficient. But this article shows how little do both representations differ in terms of size.

My choice Base64:

  • Consistent design decision
  • Negligible performance impact
  • As browsers understand data URIs (base64 encoded images), there is no need to transform these if the client is a browser
  • I won't cast a vote on whether to have it as an attribute or standalone resource, it depends on your problem domain (which I don't know) and your personal preference.

How to add a footer in ListView?

If the ListView is a child of the ListActivity:

getListView().addFooterView(
    getLayoutInflater().inflate(R.layout.footer_view, null)
);

(inside onCreate())

How to turn off the Eclipse code formatter for certain sections of Java code?

This hack works:

String x = "s" + //Formatter Hack
    "a" + //
    "c" + //
    "d";

I would suggest not to use the formatter. Bad code should look bad not artificially good. Good code takes time. You cannot cheat on quality. Formatting is part of source code quality.

Why is PHP session_destroy() not working?

It works , but sometimes it doesn't (check the below example)

<?php
session_start();
$_SESSION['name']="shankar";
if(isset($_SESSION['name']))
{
    echo $_SESSION['name']; // Outputs shankar
}
session_destroy();
echo $_SESSION['name']; // Still outputs shankar

Weird!! Right ?


How to overcome this ?

In the above scenario , if you replace session_destroy(); with unset($_SESSION['name']); it works as expected.

But i want to destroy all variables not just a single one !

Yeah there is a fix for this too. Just unset the $_SESSION array. [Credits Ivo Pereira]

unset($_SESSION);

How to exit from the application and show the home screen?

Here's what i did:

SomeActivity.java

 @Override
    public void onBackPressed() {
            Intent newIntent = new Intent(this,QuitAppActivity.class);
            newIntent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP|Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TASK | Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);
            startActivity(newIntent);
            finish();
    }

QuitAppActivity.java

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
      super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
      finish();
}

Basically what you did is cleared all activities from the stack and launch QuitAppActivity, that will finish the task.

how can select from drop down menu and call javascript function

Greetings if i get you right you need a JavaScript function that doing it

function report(v) {
//To Do
  switch(v) {
    case "daily":
      //Do something
      break;
    case "monthly":
      //Do somthing
      break;
    }
  }

Regards

Classes vs. Modules in VB.NET

Modules are by no means deprecated and are used heavily in the VB language. It's the only way for instance to implement an extension method in VB.Net.

There is one huge difference between Modules and Classes with Static Members. Any method defined on a Module is globally accessible as long as the Module is available in the current namespace. In effect a Module allows you to define global methods. This is something that a class with only shared members cannot do.

Here's a quick example that I use a lot when writing VB code that interops with raw COM interfaces.

Module Interop
  Public Function Succeeded(ByVal hr as Integer) As Boolean
    ...
  End Function

  Public Function Failed(ByVal hr As Integer) As Boolean
    ...
  End Function
End Module

Class SomeClass
  Sub Foo()
    Dim hr = CallSomeHrMethod()
    if Succeeded(hr) then
      ..
    End If
  End Sub
End Class

Default parameters with C++ constructors

Matter of style, but as Matt said, definitely consider marking constructors with default arguments which would allow implicit conversion as 'explicit' to avoid unintended automatic conversion. It's not a requirement (and may not be preferable if you're making a wrapper class which you want to implicitly convert to), but it can prevent errors.

I personally like defaults when appropriate, because I dislike repeated code. YMMV.

How to do ToString for a possibly null object?

Holstebroe's comment would be your best answer:

string s = string.Format("{0}", myObj);

If myObj is null, Format places an Empty String value there.

It also satisfies your one line requirement and is easy to read.

Changing CSS for last <li>

I usually combine CSS and JavaScript approaches, so that it works without JavaScript in all browsers but IE6/7, and in IE6/7 with JavaScript on (but not off), since they does not support the :last-child pseudo-class.

$("li:last-child").addClass("last-child");

li:last-child,li.last-child{ /* ... */ }

How can I write an anonymous function in Java?

Here's an example of an anonymous inner class.

System.out.println(new Object() {
    @Override public String toString() {
        return "Hello world!";
    }
}); // prints "Hello world!"

This is not very useful as it is, but it shows how to create an instance of an anonymous inner class that extends Object and @Override its toString() method.

See also


Anonymous inner classes are very handy when you need to implement an interface which may not be highly reusable (and therefore not worth refactoring to its own named class). An instructive example is using a custom java.util.Comparator<T> for sorting.

Here's an example of how you can sort a String[] based on String.length().

import java.util.*;
//...

String[] arr = { "xxx", "cd", "ab", "z" };
Arrays.sort(arr, new Comparator<String>() {
    @Override public int compare(String s1, String s2) {
        return s1.length() - s2.length();
    }           
});
System.out.println(Arrays.toString(arr));
// prints "[z, cd, ab, xxx]"

Note the comparison-by-subtraction trick used here. It should be said that this technique is broken in general: it's only applicable when you can guarantee that it will not overflow (such is the case with String lengths).

See also

Java; String replace (using regular expressions)?

import java.util.regex.PatternSyntaxException;

// (:?\d+) \* x\^(:?\d+)
// 
// Options: ^ and $ match at line breaks
// 
// Match the regular expression below and capture its match into backreference number 1 «(:?\d+)»
//    Match the character “:” literally «:?»
//       Between zero and one times, as many times as possible, giving back as needed (greedy) «?»
//    Match a single digit 0..9 «\d+»
//       Between one and unlimited times, as many times as possible, giving back as needed (greedy) «+»
// Match the character “ ” literally « »
// Match the character “*” literally «\*»
// Match the characters “ x” literally « x»
// Match the character “^” literally «\^»
// Match the regular expression below and capture its match into backreference number 2 «(:?\d+)»
//    Match the character “:” literally «:?»
//       Between zero and one times, as many times as possible, giving back as needed (greedy) «?»
//    Match a single digit 0..9 «\d+»
//       Between one and unlimited times, as many times as possible, giving back as needed (greedy) «+»
try {
    String resultString = subjectString.replaceAll("(?m)(:?\\d+) \\* x\\^(:?\\d+)", "$1x<sup>$2</sup>");
} catch (PatternSyntaxException ex) {
    // Syntax error in the regular expression
} catch (IllegalArgumentException ex) {
    // Syntax error in the replacement text (unescaped $ signs?)
} catch (IndexOutOfBoundsException ex) {
    // Non-existent backreference used the replacement text
}

GROUP BY + CASE statement

can you please try this: replace the case statement with the below one

Sum(CASE WHEN attempt.result = 0 THEN 0 ELSE 1 END) as Count,

Reference alias (calculated in SELECT) in WHERE clause

You can do this using cross apply

SELECT c.BalanceDue AS BalanceDue
FROM Invoices
cross apply (select (InvoiceTotal - PaymentTotal - CreditTotal) as BalanceDue) as c
WHERE  c.BalanceDue  > 0;

Keeping it simple and how to do multiple CTE in a query

You certainly are able to have multiple CTEs in a single query expression. You just need to separate them with a comma. Here is an example. In the example below, there are two CTEs. One is named CategoryAndNumberOfProducts and the second is named ProductsOverTenDollars.

WITH CategoryAndNumberOfProducts (CategoryID, CategoryName, NumberOfProducts) AS
(
   SELECT
      CategoryID,
      CategoryName,
      (SELECT COUNT(1) FROM Products p
       WHERE p.CategoryID = c.CategoryID) as NumberOfProducts
   FROM Categories c
),

ProductsOverTenDollars (ProductID, CategoryID, ProductName, UnitPrice) AS
(
   SELECT
      ProductID,
      CategoryID,
      ProductName,
      UnitPrice
   FROM Products p
   WHERE UnitPrice > 10.0
)

SELECT c.CategoryName, c.NumberOfProducts,
      p.ProductName, p.UnitPrice
FROM ProductsOverTenDollars p
   INNER JOIN CategoryAndNumberOfProducts c ON
      p.CategoryID = c.CategoryID
ORDER BY ProductName

How to join three table by laravel eloquent model

Try:

$articles = DB::table('articles')
            ->select('articles.id as articles_id', ..... )
            ->join('categories', 'articles.categories_id', '=', 'categories.id')
            ->join('users', 'articles.user_id', '=', 'user.id')

            ->get();

Check if string is upper, lower, or mixed case in Python

I want to give a shoutout for using re module for this. Specially in the case of case sensitivity.

We use the option re.IGNORECASE while compiling the regex for use of in production environments with large amounts of data.

>>> import re
>>> m = ['isalnum','isalpha', 'isdigit', 'islower', 'isspace', 'istitle', 'isupper', 'ISALNUM', 'ISALPHA', 'ISDIGIT', 'ISLOWER', 'ISSPACE', 'ISTITLE', 'ISUPPER']
>>>
>>>
>>> pattern = re.compile('is')
>>>
>>> [word for word in m if pattern.match(word)]
['isalnum', 'isalpha', 'isdigit', 'islower', 'isspace', 'istitle', 'isupper']

However try to always use the in operator for string comparison as detailed in this post

faster-operation-re-match-or-str

Also detailed in the one of the best books to start learning python with

idiomatic-python

Pass array to mvc Action via AJAX

Quite a late, but different answer to the ones already present here:

If instead of $.ajax you'd like to use shorthand functions $.get or $.post, you can pass arrays this way:


Shorthand GET

var array = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5];
$.get('/controller/MyAction', $.param({ data: array }, true), function(data) {});


// Action Method
public void MyAction(List<int> data)
{
    // do stuff here
}

Shorthand POST

var array = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5];
$.post('/controller/MyAction', $.param({ data: array }, true), function(data) {});


// Action Method
[HttpPost]
public void MyAction(List<int> data)
{
    // do stuff here
}


Notes:

  • The boolean parameter in $.param is for the traditional property, which MUST be true for this to work.

Swift Error: Editor placeholder in source file

Sometimes, XCode does not forget the line which had an "Editor Placeholder" even if you have replaced it with a value. Cut the portion of the code where XCode is complaining and paste the code back to the same place to make the error message go away. This worked for me.

Why do I get an error instantiating an interface?

It is what it says, you just cannot instantiate an abstract class. You need to implement it first, then instantiate that class.

IUser user = new User();

iTunes Connect: How to choose a good SKU?

I put the year and the number series of my app example 2014-01

How do you get the Git repository's name in some Git repository?

There's no need to contact the repository to get the name, and the folder name won't necessarily reflect the remote name.

I've found this to be the most accurate and efficient way to get the current repository name:

basename -s .git `git config --get remote.origin.url`

This should work as of Git 1.8.1.5. Prior to this, the now deprecated git-repo-config command would have worked (as early as Git 1.7.5).

android - setting LayoutParams programmatically

  LinearLayout.LayoutParams param = new LinearLayout.LayoutParams(
                   /*width*/ ViewGroup.LayoutParams.MATCH_PARENT,
                   /*height*/ ViewGroup.LayoutParams.MATCH_PARENT,
                   /*weight*/ 1.0f
            );
            YOUR_VIEW.setLayoutParams(param);

Reading PDF documents in .Net

iTextSharp is the best bet. Used it to make a spider for lucene.Net so that it could crawl PDF.

using System;
using System.IO;
using iTextSharp.text.pdf;
using System.Text.RegularExpressions;

namespace Spider.Utils
{
    /// <summary>
    /// Parses a PDF file and extracts the text from it.
    /// </summary>
    public class PDFParser
    {
        /// BT = Beginning of a text object operator 
        /// ET = End of a text object operator
        /// Td move to the start of next line
        ///  5 Ts = superscript
        /// -5 Ts = subscript

        #region Fields

        #region _numberOfCharsToKeep
        /// <summary>
        /// The number of characters to keep, when extracting text.
        /// </summary>
        private static int _numberOfCharsToKeep = 15;
        #endregion

        #endregion

        #region ExtractText
        /// <summary>
        /// Extracts a text from a PDF file.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="inFileName">the full path to the pdf file.</param>
        /// <param name="outFileName">the output file name.</param>
        /// <returns>the extracted text</returns>
        public bool ExtractText(string inFileName, string outFileName)
        {
            StreamWriter outFile = null;
            try
            {
                // Create a reader for the given PDF file
                PdfReader reader = new PdfReader(inFileName);
                //outFile = File.CreateText(outFileName);
                outFile = new StreamWriter(outFileName, false, System.Text.Encoding.UTF8);

                Console.Write("Processing: ");

                int totalLen = 68;
                float charUnit = ((float)totalLen) / (float)reader.NumberOfPages;
                int totalWritten = 0;
                float curUnit = 0;

                for (int page = 1; page <= reader.NumberOfPages; page++)
                {
                    outFile.Write(ExtractTextFromPDFBytes(reader.GetPageContent(page)) + " ");

                    // Write the progress.
                    if (charUnit >= 1.0f)
                    {
                        for (int i = 0; i < (int)charUnit; i++)
                        {
                            Console.Write("#");
                            totalWritten++;
                        }
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        curUnit += charUnit;
                        if (curUnit >= 1.0f)
                        {
                            for (int i = 0; i < (int)curUnit; i++)
                            {
                                Console.Write("#");
                                totalWritten++;
                            }
                            curUnit = 0;
                        }

                    }
                }

                if (totalWritten < totalLen)
                {
                    for (int i = 0; i < (totalLen - totalWritten); i++)
                    {
                        Console.Write("#");
                    }
                }
                return true;
            }
            catch
            {
                return false;
            }
            finally
            {
                if (outFile != null) outFile.Close();
            }
        }
        #endregion

        #region ExtractTextFromPDFBytes
        /// <summary>
        /// This method processes an uncompressed Adobe (text) object 
        /// and extracts text.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="input">uncompressed</param>
        /// <returns></returns>
        public string ExtractTextFromPDFBytes(byte[] input)
        {
            if (input == null || input.Length == 0) return "";

            try
            {
                string resultString = "";

                // Flag showing if we are we currently inside a text object
                bool inTextObject = false;

                // Flag showing if the next character is literal 
                // e.g. '\\' to get a '\' character or '\(' to get '('
                bool nextLiteral = false;

                // () Bracket nesting level. Text appears inside ()
                int bracketDepth = 0;

                // Keep previous chars to get extract numbers etc.:
                char[] previousCharacters = new char[_numberOfCharsToKeep];
                for (int j = 0; j < _numberOfCharsToKeep; j++) previousCharacters[j] = ' ';


                for (int i = 0; i < input.Length; i++)
                {
                    char c = (char)input[i];
                    if (input[i] == 213)
                        c = "'".ToCharArray()[0];

                    if (inTextObject)
                    {
                        // Position the text
                        if (bracketDepth == 0)
                        {
                            if (CheckToken(new string[] { "TD", "Td" }, previousCharacters))
                            {
                                resultString += "\n\r";
                            }
                            else
                            {
                                if (CheckToken(new string[] { "'", "T*", "\"" }, previousCharacters))
                                {
                                    resultString += "\n";
                                }
                                else
                                {
                                    if (CheckToken(new string[] { "Tj" }, previousCharacters))
                                    {
                                        resultString += " ";
                                    }
                                }
                            }
                        }

                        // End of a text object, also go to a new line.
                        if (bracketDepth == 0 &&
                            CheckToken(new string[] { "ET" }, previousCharacters))
                        {

                            inTextObject = false;
                            resultString += " ";
                        }
                        else
                        {
                            // Start outputting text
                            if ((c == '(') && (bracketDepth == 0) && (!nextLiteral))
                            {
                                bracketDepth = 1;
                            }
                            else
                            {
                                // Stop outputting text
                                if ((c == ')') && (bracketDepth == 1) && (!nextLiteral))
                                {
                                    bracketDepth = 0;
                                }
                                else
                                {
                                    // Just a normal text character:
                                    if (bracketDepth == 1)
                                    {
                                        // Only print out next character no matter what. 
                                        // Do not interpret.
                                        if (c == '\\' && !nextLiteral)
                                        {
                                            resultString += c.ToString();
                                            nextLiteral = true;
                                        }
                                        else
                                        {
                                            if (((c >= ' ') && (c <= '~')) ||
                                                ((c >= 128) && (c < 255)))
                                            {
                                                resultString += c.ToString();
                                            }

                                            nextLiteral = false;
                                        }
                                    }
                                }
                            }
                        }
                    }

                    // Store the recent characters for 
                    // when we have to go back for a checking
                    for (int j = 0; j < _numberOfCharsToKeep - 1; j++)
                    {
                        previousCharacters[j] = previousCharacters[j + 1];
                    }
                    previousCharacters[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 1] = c;

                    // Start of a text object
                    if (!inTextObject && CheckToken(new string[] { "BT" }, previousCharacters))
                    {
                        inTextObject = true;
                    }
                }

                return CleanupContent(resultString);
            }
            catch
            {
                return "";
            }
        }

        private string CleanupContent(string text)
        {
            string[] patterns = { @"\\\(", @"\\\)", @"\\226", @"\\222", @"\\223", @"\\224", @"\\340", @"\\342", @"\\344", @"\\300", @"\\302", @"\\304", @"\\351", @"\\350", @"\\352", @"\\353", @"\\311", @"\\310", @"\\312", @"\\313", @"\\362", @"\\364", @"\\366", @"\\322", @"\\324", @"\\326", @"\\354", @"\\356", @"\\357", @"\\314", @"\\316", @"\\317", @"\\347", @"\\307", @"\\371", @"\\373", @"\\374", @"\\331", @"\\333", @"\\334", @"\\256", @"\\231", @"\\253", @"\\273", @"\\251", @"\\221"};
            string[] replace = {   "(",     ")",      "-",     "'",      "\"",      "\"",    "à",      "â",      "ä",      "À",      "Â",      "Ä",      "é",      "è",      "ê",      "ë",      "É",      "È",      "Ê",      "Ë",      "ò",      "ô",      "ö",      "Ò",      "Ô",      "Ö",      "ì",      "î",      "ï",      "Ì",      "Î",      "Ï",      "ç",      "Ç",      "ù",      "û",      "ü",      "Ù",      "Û",      "Ü",      "®",      "™",      "«",      "»",      "©",      "'" };

            for (int i = 0; i < patterns.Length; i++)
            {
                string regExPattern = patterns[i];
                Regex regex = new Regex(regExPattern, RegexOptions.IgnoreCase);
                text = regex.Replace(text, replace[i]);
            }

            return text;
        }

        #endregion

        #region CheckToken
        /// <summary>
        /// Check if a certain 2 character token just came along (e.g. BT)
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="tokens">the searched token</param>
        /// <param name="recent">the recent character array</param>
        /// <returns></returns>
        private bool CheckToken(string[] tokens, char[] recent)
        {
            foreach (string token in tokens)
            {
                if ((recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 3] == token[0]) &&
                    (recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 2] == token[1]) &&
                    ((recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 1] == ' ') ||
                    (recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 1] == 0x0d) ||
                    (recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 1] == 0x0a)) &&
                    ((recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 4] == ' ') ||
                    (recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 4] == 0x0d) ||
                    (recent[_numberOfCharsToKeep - 4] == 0x0a))
                    )
                {
                    return true;
                }
            }
            return false;
        }
        #endregion
    }
}

Converting JSON to XLS/CSV in Java

You could only convert a JSON array into a CSV file.

Lets say, you have a JSON like the following :

{"infile": [{"field1": 11,"field2": 12,"field3": 13},
            {"field1": 21,"field2": 22,"field3": 23},
            {"field1": 31,"field2": 32,"field3": 33}]}

Lets see the code for converting it to csv :

import java.io.File;
import java.io.IOException;

import org.apache.commons.io.FileUtils;
import org.json.CDL;
import org.json.JSONArray;
import org.json.JSONException;
import org.json.JSONObject;

public class JSON2CSV {
    public static void main(String myHelpers[]){
        String jsonString = "{\"infile\": [{\"field1\": 11,\"field2\": 12,\"field3\": 13},{\"field1\": 21,\"field2\": 22,\"field3\": 23},{\"field1\": 31,\"field2\": 32,\"field3\": 33}]}";

        JSONObject output;
        try {
            output = new JSONObject(jsonString);


            JSONArray docs = output.getJSONArray("infile");

            File file=new File("/tmp2/fromJSON.csv");
            String csv = CDL.toString(docs);
            FileUtils.writeStringToFile(file, csv);
        } catch (JSONException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        } catch (IOException e) {
            // TODO Auto-generated catch block
            e.printStackTrace();
        }        
    }

}

Now you got the CSV generated from JSON.

It should look like this:

field1,field2,field3
11,22,33
21,22,23
31,32,33

The maven dependency was like,

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.json</groupId>
    <artifactId>json</artifactId>
    <version>20090211</version>
</dependency>

Update Dec 13, 2019:

Updating the answer, since now we can support complex JSON Arrays as well.

import java.nio.file.Files;
import java.nio.file.Paths;

import com.github.opendevl.JFlat;

public class FlattenJson {

    public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
        String str = new String(Files.readAllBytes(Paths.get("path_to_imput.json")));

        JFlat flatMe = new JFlat(str);

        //get the 2D representation of JSON document
        flatMe.json2Sheet().headerSeparator("_").getJsonAsSheet();

        //write the 2D representation in csv format
        flatMe.write2csv("path_to_output.csv");
    }

}

dependency and docs details are in link

sys.stdin.readline() reads without prompt, returning 'nothing in between'

stdin.read(1) reads one character from stdin. If there was more than one character to be read at that point (e.g. the newline that followed the one character that was read in) then that character or characters will still be in the buffer waiting for the next read() or readline().

As an example, given rd.py:

from sys import stdin

x = stdin.read(1)
userinput = stdin.readline()
betAmount = int(userinput)
print ("x=",x)
print ("userinput=",userinput)
print ("betAmount=",betAmount)

... if I run this script as follows (I've typed in the 234):

C:\>python rd.py
234
x= 2
userinput= 34

betAmount= 34

... so the 2 is being picked up first, leaving the 34 and the trailing newline character to be picked up by the readline().

I'd suggest fixing the problem by using readline() rather than read() under most circumstances.

How to check for null in Twig?

Also if your variable is an ARRAY, there are few options too:

{% if arrayVariable[0] is defined %} 
    #if variable is not null#
{% endif %}

OR

{% if arrayVariable|length > 0 %} 
    #if variable is not null# 
{% endif %}

This will only works if your array is defined AND is NULL

C - freeing structs

Because you defined the struct as consisting of char arrays, the two strings are the structure and freeing the struct is sufficient, nor is there a way to free the struct but keep the arrays. For that case you would want to do something like struct { char *firstName, *lastName; }, but then you need to allocate memory for the names separately and handle the question of when to free that memory.

Aside: Is there a reason you want to keep the names after the struct has been freed?

Nginx location priority

From the HTTP core module docs:

  1. Directives with the "=" prefix that match the query exactly. If found, searching stops.
  2. All remaining directives with conventional strings. If this match used the "^~" prefix, searching stops.
  3. Regular expressions, in the order they are defined in the configuration file.
  4. If #3 yielded a match, that result is used. Otherwise, the match from #2 is used.

Example from the documentation:

location  = / {
  # matches the query / only.
  [ configuration A ] 
}
location  / {
  # matches any query, since all queries begin with /, but regular
  # expressions and any longer conventional blocks will be
  # matched first.
  [ configuration B ] 
}
location /documents/ {
  # matches any query beginning with /documents/ and continues searching,
  # so regular expressions will be checked. This will be matched only if
  # regular expressions don't find a match.
  [ configuration C ] 
}
location ^~ /images/ {
  # matches any query beginning with /images/ and halts searching,
  # so regular expressions will not be checked.
  [ configuration D ] 
}
location ~* \.(gif|jpg|jpeg)$ {
  # matches any request ending in gif, jpg, or jpeg. However, all
  # requests to the /images/ directory will be handled by
  # Configuration D.   
  [ configuration E ] 
}

If it's still confusing, here's a longer explanation.

Fetch API request timeout?

EDIT: The fetch request will still be running in the background and will most likely log an error in your console.

Indeed the Promise.race approach is better.

See this link for reference Promise.race()

Race means that all Promises will run at the same time, and the race will stop as soon as one of the promises returns a value. Therefore, only one value will be returned. You could also pass a function to call if the fetch times out.

fetchWithTimeout(url, {
  method: 'POST',
  body: formData,
  credentials: 'include',
}, 5000, () => { /* do stuff here */ });

If this piques your interest, a possible implementation would be :

function fetchWithTimeout(url, options, delay, onTimeout) {
  const timer = new Promise((resolve) => {
    setTimeout(resolve, delay, {
      timeout: true,
    });
  });
  return Promise.race([
    fetch(url, options),
    timer
  ]).then(response => {
    if (response.timeout) {
      onTimeout();
    }
    return response;
  });
}

How to exit when back button is pressed?

Use onBackPressedmethod

@Override
public void onBackPressed() {
    finish();
    super.onBackPressed();
}

This will solve your issue.