Programs & Examples On #Datadetectortypes

Module not found: Error: Can't resolve 'core-js/es6'

If you use @babel/preset-env and useBuiltIns, then you just have to add corejs: 3 beside the useBuiltIns option, to specify which version to use, default is corejs: 2.

presets: [
  [
    "@babel/preset-env", {
      "useBuiltIns": "usage",
      "corejs": 3
    }
  ]
],

For further details see: https://github.com/zloirock/core-js/blob/master/docs/2019-03-19-core-js-3-babel-and-a-look-into-the-future.md#babelpreset-env

Add a new item to recyclerview programmatically?

simply add to your data structure ( mItems ) , and then notify your adapter about dataset change

private void addItem(String item) {
  mItems.add(item);
  mAdapter.notifyDataSetChanged();
}

addItem("New Item");

Setting onClickListener for the Drawable right of an EditText

public class CustomEditText extends androidx.appcompat.widget.AppCompatEditText {

    private Drawable drawableRight;
    private Drawable drawableLeft;
    private Drawable drawableTop;
    private Drawable drawableBottom;

    int actionX, actionY;

    private DrawableClickListener clickListener;

    public CustomEditText (Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
        // this Contructure required when you are using this view in xml
    }

    public CustomEditText(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyle);        
    }

    protected void onDraw(Canvas canvas) {
        super.onDraw(canvas);

    }

    @Override
    protected void onSizeChanged(int w, int h, int oldw, int oldh) {
        super.onSizeChanged(w, h, oldw, oldh);
    }

    @Override
    public void setCompoundDrawables(Drawable left, Drawable top,
            Drawable right, Drawable bottom) {
        if (left != null) {
            drawableLeft = left;
        }
        if (right != null) {
            drawableRight = right;
        }
        if (top != null) {
            drawableTop = top;
        }
        if (bottom != null) {
            drawableBottom = bottom;
        }
        super.setCompoundDrawables(left, top, right, bottom);
    }

    @Override
    public boolean onTouchEvent(MotionEvent event) {
        Rect bounds;
        if (event.getAction() == MotionEvent.ACTION_DOWN) {
            actionX = (int) event.getX();
            actionY = (int) event.getY();
            if (drawableBottom != null
                    && drawableBottom.getBounds().contains(actionX, actionY)) {
                clickListener.onClick(DrawablePosition.BOTTOM);
                return super.onTouchEvent(event);
            }

            if (drawableTop != null
                    && drawableTop.getBounds().contains(actionX, actionY)) {
                clickListener.onClick(DrawablePosition.TOP);
                return super.onTouchEvent(event);
            }

            // this works for left since container shares 0,0 origin with bounds
            if (drawableLeft != null) {
                bounds = null;
                bounds = drawableLeft.getBounds();

                int x, y;
                int extraTapArea = (int) (13 * getResources().getDisplayMetrics().density  + 0.5);

                x = actionX;
                y = actionY;

                if (!bounds.contains(actionX, actionY)) {
                    /** Gives the +20 area for tapping. */
                    x = (int) (actionX - extraTapArea);
                    y = (int) (actionY - extraTapArea);

                    if (x <= 0)
                        x = actionX;
                    if (y <= 0)
                        y = actionY;

                    /** Creates square from the smallest value */
                    if (x < y) {
                        y = x;
                    }
                }

                if (bounds.contains(x, y) && clickListener != null) {
                    clickListener
                            .onClick(DrawableClickListener.DrawablePosition.LEFT);
                    event.setAction(MotionEvent.ACTION_CANCEL);
                    return false;

                }
            }

            if (drawableRight != null) {

                bounds = null;
                bounds = drawableRight.getBounds();

                int x, y;
                int extraTapArea = 13;

                /**
                 * IF USER CLICKS JUST OUT SIDE THE RECTANGLE OF THE DRAWABLE
                 * THAN ADD X AND SUBTRACT THE Y WITH SOME VALUE SO THAT AFTER
                 * CALCULATING X AND Y CO-ORDINATE LIES INTO THE DRAWBABLE
                 * BOUND. - this process help to increase the tappable area of
                 * the rectangle.
                 */
                x = (int) (actionX + extraTapArea);
                y = (int) (actionY - extraTapArea);

                /**Since this is right drawable subtract the value of x from the width 
                * of view. so that width - tappedarea will result in x co-ordinate in drawable bound. 
                */
                x = getWidth() - x;
                
                 /*x can be negative if user taps at x co-ordinate just near the width.
                 * e.g views width = 300 and user taps 290. Then as per previous calculation
                 * 290 + 13 = 303. So subtract X from getWidth() will result in negative value.
                 * So to avoid this add the value previous added when x goes negative.
                 */
                 
                if(x <= 0){
                    x += extraTapArea;
                }
                
                 /* If result after calculating for extra tappable area is negative.
                 * assign the original value so that after subtracting
                 * extratapping area value doesn't go into negative value.
                 */               
                 
                if (y <= 0)
                    y = actionY;                

                /**If drawble bounds contains the x and y points then move ahead.*/
                if (bounds.contains(x, y) && clickListener != null) {
                    clickListener
                            .onClick(DrawableClickListener.DrawablePosition.RIGHT);
                    event.setAction(MotionEvent.ACTION_CANCEL);
                    return false;
                }
                return super.onTouchEvent(event);
            }           

        }
        return super.onTouchEvent(event);
    }

    @Override
    protected void finalize() throws Throwable {
        drawableRight = null;
        drawableBottom = null;
        drawableLeft = null;
        drawableTop = null;
        super.finalize();
    }

    public void setDrawableClickListener(DrawableClickListener listener) {
        this.clickListener = listener;
    }

}

Also Create an Interface with

public interface DrawableClickListener {

    public static enum DrawablePosition { TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT };
    public void onClick(DrawablePosition target); 
    }

Still if u need any help, comment

Also set the drawableClickListener on the view in activity file.

editText.setDrawableClickListener(new DrawableClickListener() {
        
         
        public void onClick(DrawablePosition target) {
            switch (target) {
            case LEFT:
                //Do something here
                break;

            default:
                break;
            }
        }
        
    });

Multiple condition in single IF statement

Yes it is, there have to be boolean expresion after IF. Here you have a direct link. I hope it helps. GL!

Run PostgreSQL queries from the command line

Open "SQL Shell (psql)" from your Applications (Mac).

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Click enter for the default settings. Enter the password when prompted.

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*) Type \? for help

*) Type \conninfo to see which user you are connected as.

*) Type \l to see the list of Databases.

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*) Connect to a database by \c <Name of DB>, for example \c GeneDB1

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You should see the key prompt change to the new DB, like so: enter image description here

*) Now that you're in a given DB, you want to know the Schemas for that DB. The best command to do this is \dn.

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Other commands that also work (but not as good) are select schema_name from information_schema.schemata; and select nspname from pg_catalog.pg_namespace;:

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-) Now that you have the Schemas, you want to know the tables in those Schemas. For that, you can use the dt command. For example \dt "GeneSchema1".*

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*) Now you can do your queries. For example:

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*) Here is what the above DB, Schema, and Tables look like in pgAdmin:

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How to get the Mongo database specified in connection string in C#

The answer below is apparently obsolete now, but works with older drivers. See comments.

If you have the connection string you could also use MongoDatabase directly:

var db =  MongoDatabase.Create(connectionString);
var coll = db.GetCollection("MyCollection");

CSS transition effect makes image blurry / moves image 1px, in Chrome?

For me, now in 2018. The only thing that fixed my problem (a white glitchy-flicker line running through an image on hover) was applying this to my link element holding the image element that has transform: scale(1.05)

a {
   -webkit-backface-visibility: hidden;
   backface-visibility: hidden;
   -webkit-transform: translateZ(0) scale(1.0, 1.0);
   transform: translateZ(0) scale(1.0, 1.0);
   -webkit-filter: blur(0);
   filter: blur(0);
}
a > .imageElement {
   transition: transform 3s ease-in-out;
}

Get all validation errors from Angular 2 FormGroup

I met the same problem and for finding all validation errors and displaying them, I wrote next method:

getFormValidationErrors() {
  Object.keys(this.productForm.controls).forEach(key => {

  const controlErrors: ValidationErrors = this.productForm.get(key).errors;
  if (controlErrors != null) {
        Object.keys(controlErrors).forEach(keyError => {
          console.log('Key control: ' + key + ', keyError: ' + keyError + ', err value: ', controlErrors[keyError]);
        });
      }
    });
  }

Form name productForm should be changed to yours.

It works in next way: we get all our controls from form in format {[p: string]: AbstractControl} and iterate by each error key, for get details of error. It skips null error values.

It also can be changed for displaying validation errors on the template view, just replace console.log(..) to what you need.

Getting the first and last day of a month, using a given DateTime object

Give this a try. It basically calculates the number of days that has passed on DateTime.Now, then subtracts one from that and uses the new value to find the first of the current month. From there it uses that DateTime and uses .AddMonths(-1) to get the first of the previous month.

Getting the last day of last month does basically the same thing except it adds one to number of days in the month and subtracts that value from DateTime.Now.AddDays, giving you the last day of the previous month.

int NumberofDays = DateTime.Now.Day;
int FirstDay = NumberofDays - 1;
int LastDay = NumberofDays + 1;
DateTime FirstofThisMonth = DateTime.Now.AddDays(-FirstDay);
DateTime LastDayOfLastMonth = DateTime.Now.AddDays(-LastDay);
DateTime CheckLastMonth = FirstofThisMonth.AddMonths(-1);

JPA 2.0, Criteria API, Subqueries, In Expressions

You can use double join, if table A B are connected only by table AB.

public static Specification<A> findB(String input) {
    return (Specification<A>) (root, cq, cb) -> {
        Join<A,AB> AjoinAB = root.joinList(A_.AB_LIST,JoinType.LEFT);
        Join<AB,B> ABjoinB = AjoinAB.join(AB_.B,JoinType.LEFT);
        return cb.equal(ABjoinB.get(B_.NAME),input);
    };
}

That's just an another option
Sorry for that timing but I have came across this question and I also wanted to make SELECT IN but I didn't even thought about double join. I hope it will help someone.

connecting to mysql server on another PC in LAN

You should use this:

>mysql -u user -h 192.168.1.2 -P 3306 -ppassword

or this:

>mysql -u user -h 192.168.1.2 -ppassword

...because 3306 is a default port number.

mysql Options

How do I use boolean variables in Perl?

I came across a tutorial which have a well explaination about What values are true and false in Perl. It state that:

Following scalar values are considered false:

  • undef - the undefined value
  • 0 the number 0, even if you write it as 000 or 0.0
  • '' the empty string.
  • '0' the string that contains a single 0 digit.

All other scalar values, including the following are true:

  • 1 any non-0 number
  • ' ' the string with a space in it
  • '00' two or more 0 characters in a string
  • "0\n" a 0 followed by a newline
  • 'true'
  • 'false' yes, even the string 'false' evaluates to true.

There is another good tutorial which explain about Perl true and false.

Python: json.loads returns items prefixing with 'u'

Try this:

mail_accounts[0].encode("ascii")

How to apply style classes to td classes?

If I remember well, some CSS properties you apply to table are not inherited as expected. So you should indeed apply the style directly to td,tr and th elements.

If you need to add styling to each column, use the <col> element in your table.

See an example here: http://jsfiddle.net/GlauberRocha/xkuRA/2/

NB: You can't have a margin in a td. Use padding instead.

How to redirect the output of DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE to a file?

As a side note, remember that all this output is generated in the server side.

Using DBMS_OUTPUT, the text is generated in the server while it executes your query and stored in a buffer. It is then redirected to your client app when the server finishes the query data retrieval. That is, you only get this info when the query ends.

With UTL_FILE all the information logged will be stored in a file in the server. When the execution finishes you will have to navigate to this file to get the information.

Hope this helps.

Unfortunately Launcher3 has stopped working error in android studio?

It appears to be relate to the graphics driver. In the emulator configuration, changing Emulated Graphics to Software - GLES 2.0 caused the crashes to stop.

.NET Console Application Exit Event

Here is a complete, very simple .Net solution that works in all versions of windows. Simply paste it into a new project, run it and try CTRL-C to view how it handles it:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading;

namespace TestTrapCtrlC{
    public class Program{
        static bool exitSystem = false;

        #region Trap application termination
        [DllImport("Kernel32")]
        private static extern bool SetConsoleCtrlHandler(EventHandler handler, bool add);

        private delegate bool EventHandler(CtrlType sig);
        static EventHandler _handler;

        enum CtrlType {
         CTRL_C_EVENT = 0,
         CTRL_BREAK_EVENT = 1,
         CTRL_CLOSE_EVENT = 2,
         CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT = 5,
         CTRL_SHUTDOWN_EVENT = 6
         }

        private static bool Handler(CtrlType sig) {
            Console.WriteLine("Exiting system due to external CTRL-C, or process kill, or shutdown");

            //do your cleanup here
            Thread.Sleep(5000); //simulate some cleanup delay

            Console.WriteLine("Cleanup complete");

            //allow main to run off
             exitSystem = true;

            //shutdown right away so there are no lingering threads
            Environment.Exit(-1);

            return true;
        }
        #endregion

        static void Main(string[] args) {
            // Some biolerplate to react to close window event, CTRL-C, kill, etc
            _handler += new EventHandler(Handler);
            SetConsoleCtrlHandler(_handler, true);

            //start your multi threaded program here
            Program p = new Program();
            p.Start();

            //hold the console so it doesn’t run off the end
            while(!exitSystem) {
                Thread.Sleep(500);
            }
        }

        public void Start() {
            // start a thread and start doing some processing
            Console.WriteLine("Thread started, processing..");
        }
    }
 }

How to select a radio button by default?

Add this attribute:

checked="checked"

Are global variables bad?

No they are not bad at all. You need to look at the (machine) code produced by the compiler to make this determination, sometimes it is far far worse to use a local than a global. Also note that putting "static" on a local variable is basically making it a global (and creates other ugly problems that a real global would solve). "local globals" are particularly bad.

Globals give you clean control over your memory usage as well, something far more difficult to do with locals. These days that only matters in embedded environments where memory is quite limited. Something to know before you assume that embedded is the same as other environments and assume the programming rules are the same across the board.

It is good that you question the rules being taught, most of them are not for the reasons you are being told. The most important lesson though is not that this is a rule to carry with you forever, but this is a rule required to honor in order to pass this class and move forward. In life you will find that for company XYZ you will have other programming rules that you in the end will have to honor in order to keep getting a paycheck. In both situations you can argue the rule, but I think you will have far better luck at a job than at school. You are just another of many students, your seat will be replaced soon, the professors wont, at a job you are one of a small team of players that have to see this product to the end and in that environment the rules developed are for the benefit of the team members as well as the product and the company, so if everyone is like minded or if for the particular product there is good engineering reason to violate something you learned in college or some book on generic programming, then sell your idea to the team and write it down as a valid if not the preferred method. Everything is fair game in the real world.

If you follow all of the programming rules taught to you in school or books your programming career will be extremely limited. You can likely survive and have a fruitful career, but the breadth and width of the environments available to you will be extremely limited. If you know how and why the rule is there and can defend it, thats good, if you only reason is "because my teacher said so", well thats not so good.

Note that topics like this are often argued in the workplace and will continue to be, as compilers and processors (and languages) evolve so do these kinds of rules and without defending your position and possibly being taught a lesson by someone with another opinion you wont move forward.

In the mean time, then just do whatever the one that speaks the loudest or carries the biggest stick says (until such a time as you are the one that yells the loudest and carries the biggest stick).

Working with dictionaries/lists in R

Shorter variation of Dirk's answer:

# Create a Color Palette Dictionary 
> color <- c('navy.blue', 'gold', 'dark.gray')
> hex <- c('#336A91', '#F3C117', '#7F7F7F')

> # Create List
> color_palette <- as.list(hex)
> # Name List Items
> names(color_palette) <- color
> 
> color_palette
$navy.blue
[1] "#336A91"

$gold
[1] "#F3C117"

$dark.gray
[1] "#7F7F7F"

Creating a mock HttpServletRequest out of a url string?

Simplest ways to mock an HttpServletRequest:

  1. Create an anonymous subclass:

    HttpServletRequest mock = new HttpServletRequest ()
    {
        private final Map<String, String[]> params = /* whatever */
    
        public Map<String, String[]> getParameterMap()
        {
            return params;
        }
    
        public String getParameter(String name)
        {
            String[] matches = params.get(name);
            if (matches == null || matches.length == 0) return null;
            return matches[0];
        }
    
        // TODO *many* methods to implement here
    };
    
  2. Use jMock, Mockito, or some other general-purpose mocking framework:

    HttpServletRequest mock = context.mock(HttpServletRequest.class); // jMock
    HttpServletRequest mock2 = Mockito.mock(HttpServletRequest.class); // Mockito
    
  3. Use HttpUnit's ServletUnit and don't mock the request at all.

Hide "NFC Tag type not supported" error on Samsung Galaxy devices

Before Android 4.4

What you are trying to do is simply not possible from an app (at least not on a non-rooted/non-modified device). The message "NFC tag type not supported" is displayed by the Android system (or more specifically the NFC system service) before and instead of dispatching the tag to your app. This means that the NFC system service filters MIFARE Classic tags and never notifies any app about them. Consequently, your app can't detect MIFARE Classic tags or circumvent that popup message.

On a rooted device, you may be able to bypass the message using either

  1. Xposed to modify the behavior of the NFC service, or
  2. the CSC (Consumer Software Customization) feature configuration files on the system partition (see /system/csc/. The NFC system service disables the popup and dispatches MIFARE Classic tags to apps if the CSC feature <CscFeature_NFC_EnableSecurityPromptPopup> is set to any value but "mifareclassic" or "all". For instance, you could use:

    <CscFeature_NFC_EnableSecurityPromptPopup>NONE</CscFeature_NFC_EnableSecurityPromptPopup>
    

    You could add this entry to, for instance, the file "/system/csc/others.xml" (within the section <FeatureSet> ... </FeatureSet> that already exists in that file).

Since, you asked for the Galaxy S6 (the question that you linked) as well: I have tested this method on the S4 when it came out. I have not verified if this still works in the latest firmware or on other devices (e.g. the S6).

Since Android 4.4

This is pure guessing, but according to this (link no longer available), it seems that some apps (e.g. NXP TagInfo) are capable of detecting MIFARE Classic tags on affected Samsung devices since Android 4.4. This might mean that foreground apps are capable of bypassing that popup using the reader-mode API (see NfcAdapter.enableReaderMode) possibly in combination with NfcAdapter.FLAG_READER_SKIP_NDEF_CHECK.

Difference between hamiltonian path and euler path

Graph Theory Definitions

(In descending order of generality)

  • Walk: a sequence of edges where the end of one edge marks the beginning of the next edge

  • Trail: a walk which does not repeat any edges. All trails are walks.

  • Path: a walk where each vertex is traversed at most once. (paths used to refer to open walks, the definition has changed now) The property of traversing vertices at most once means that edges are also crossed at most once, hence all paths are trails.

Hamiltonian paths & Eulerian trails

  • Hamiltonian path: visits every vertex in the graph (exactly once, because it is a path)

  • Eulerian trail: visits every edge in the graph exactly once (because it is a trail, vertices may well be crossed more than once.)

Extracting substrings in Go

To get substring

  1. find position of "sp"

  2. cut string with array-logical

https://play.golang.org/p/0Redd_qiZM

How can I split a string with a string delimiter?

.Split(new string[] { "is Marco and" }, StringSplitOptions.None)

Consider the spaces surronding "is Marco and". Do you want to include the spaces in your result, or do you want them removed? It's quite possible that you want to use " is Marco and " as separator...

@Scope("prototype") bean scope not creating new bean

Your controller also need the @Scope("prototype") defined

like this:

@Controller
@Scope("prototype")
public class HomeController { 
 .....
 .....
 .....

}

How to directly execute SQL query in C#?

IMPORTANT NOTE: You should not concatenate SQL queries unless you trust the user completely. Query concatenation involves risk of SQL Injection being used to take over the world, ...khem, your database.

If you don't want to go into details how to execute query using SqlCommand then you could call the same command line like this:

string userInput = "Brian";
var process = new Process();
var startInfo = new ProcessStartInfo();
startInfo.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Hidden;
startInfo.FileName = "cmd.exe";
startInfo.Arguments = string.Format(@"sqlcmd.exe -S .\PDATA_SQLEXPRESS -U sa -P 2BeChanged! -d PDATA_SQLEXPRESS  
     -s ; -W -w 100 -Q "" SELECT tPatCulIntPatIDPk, tPatSFirstname, tPatSName,
     tPatDBirthday  FROM  [dbo].[TPatientRaw] WHERE tPatSName = '{0}' """, userInput);

process.StartInfo = startInfo;
process.Start();

Just ensure that you escape each double quote " with ""

How to get file extension from string in C++

Using std::string's find/rfind solves THIS problem, but if you work a lot with paths then you should look at boost::filesystem::path since it will make your code much cleaner than fiddling with raw string indexes/iterators.

I suggest boost since it's a high quality, well tested, (open source and commercially) free and fully portable library.

Java equivalent to #region in C#

Contrary to what most are posting, this is NOT an IDE thing. It is a language thing. The #region is a C# statement.

gradlew command not found?

You must have the Gradle wrapper available locally before using gradlew. To construct that

gradle wrapper # --gradle-version v.xy

Optionally, pass the gradle version explicitly. This step produces the gradlew binary.And then you should be able to

./gradlew build

Numpy where function multiple conditions

The accepted answer explained the problem well enough. However, the more Numpythonic approach for applying multiple conditions is to use numpy logical functions. In this case, you can use np.logical_and:

np.where(np.logical_and(np.greater_equal(dists,r),np.greater_equal(dists,r + dr)))

Adding background image to div using CSS

You need to add a width and a height of the background image for it to display properly.

For instance,

.header-shadow{
    background-image: url('../images/header-shade.jpg');
    width: XXpx;
    height: XXpx;
}

As you mentioned that you are using it as a shadow, you can remove the width and add a background-repeat (either vertically or horizontally if required).

For instance,

.header-shadow{
    background-image: url('../images/header-shade.jpg');
    background-repeat: repeat-y; /* for vertical repeat */
    background-repeat: repeat-x; /* for horizontal repeat */
    height: XXpx;
}

PS: XX is a dummy value. You need to replace it with your actual values of your image.

Func delegate with no return type

A very easy way to invoke return and non return value subroutines. is using Func and Action respectively. (see also https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/018hxwa8(v=vs.110).aspx)

Try this this example

using System;

public class Program
{
    private Func<string,string> FunctionPTR = null;  
    private Func<string,string, string> FunctionPTR1 = null;  
    private Action<object> ProcedurePTR = null; 



    private string Display(string message)  
    {  
        Console.WriteLine(message);  
        return null;  
    }  

    private string Display(string message1,string message2)  
    {  
        Console.WriteLine(message1);  
        Console.WriteLine(message2);  
        return null;  
    }  

    public void ObjectProcess(object param)
    {
        if (param == null)
        {
            throw new ArgumentNullException("Parameter is null or missing");
        }
        else 
        {
            Console.WriteLine("Object is valid");
        }
    }


    public void Main(string[] args)  
    {  
        FunctionPTR = Display;  
        FunctionPTR1= Display;  
        ProcedurePTR = ObjectProcess;
        FunctionPTR("Welcome to function pointer sample.");  
        FunctionPTR1("Welcome","This is function pointer sample");   
        ProcedurePTR(new object());
    }  
}

Send multipart/form-data files with angular using $http

In Angular 6, you can do this:

In your service file:

 function_name(data) {
    const url = `the_URL`;
    let input = new FormData();
    input.append('url', data);   // "url" as the key and "data" as value
    return this.http.post(url, input).pipe(map((resp: any) => resp));
  }

In component.ts file: in any function say xyz,

xyz(){
this.Your_service_alias.function_name(data).subscribe(d => {   // "data" can be your file or image in base64 or other encoding
      console.log(d);
    });
}

How to detect page zoom level in all modern browsers?

here it does not change!:

<html>
 <head>
  <title></title>
 </head>
<body>
 <div id="xy" style="width:400px;">
  foobar
 </div>
 <div>
  <button onclick="alert(document.getElementById('xy').style.width);">Show</button>
 </div>
</body>
</html>

create a simple html file, click on the button. regardless of what zoom level: it will show you the width of 400px (at least with firefox and ie8)

td widths, not working?

This problem is quite easily solved using min-width and max-width within a css rule.

HTML

<table>
  <tr>
    <td class="name">Peter</td>
    <td class="hobby">Photography</td>
    <td class="comment">A long comment about something...</td>
  </td>
</table>

CSS

.name {
  max-width: 80px;
  min-width: 80px;
}

This will force the first column to be 80px wide. Usually I only use max-width without min-width to reign in text that is very occasionally too long from creating a table that has a super wide column that is mostly empty. The OP's question was about setting to a fixed width though, hence both rules together. On many browsers width:80px; in CSS is ignored for table columns. Setting the width within the HTML does work, but is not the way you should do things.

I would recommend using min and max width rules, and not set them the same but rather set a range. This way the table can do it's thing, but you can give it some hints on what to do with overly long content.

If I want to keep the text from wrapping and increasing the height of a row - but still make it possible for a user to see the full text, I use white-space: nowrap; on the main rule, then apply a hover rule that removes the width and nowrap rules so that the user can see the full content when they over their mouse over it. Something like this:

CSS

.name {
  max-width: 80px;
  white-space: nowrap;
  overflow: hidden;
}
.name:hover {
  max-width: none;
  white-space: normal;
  overflow:auto;
}

It just depends on exactly what you are trying to achieve. I hope this helps someone. PS As an aside, for iOS there is a fix for hover not working - see CSS Hover Not Working on iOS Safari and Chrome

Pandas read_csv low_memory and dtype options

The deprecated low_memory option

The low_memory option is not properly deprecated, but it should be, since it does not actually do anything differently[source]

The reason you get this low_memory warning is because guessing dtypes for each column is very memory demanding. Pandas tries to determine what dtype to set by analyzing the data in each column.

Dtype Guessing (very bad)

Pandas can only determine what dtype a column should have once the whole file is read. This means nothing can really be parsed before the whole file is read unless you risk having to change the dtype of that column when you read the last value.

Consider the example of one file which has a column called user_id. It contains 10 million rows where the user_id is always numbers. Since pandas cannot know it is only numbers, it will probably keep it as the original strings until it has read the whole file.

Specifying dtypes (should always be done)

adding

dtype={'user_id': int}

to the pd.read_csv() call will make pandas know when it starts reading the file, that this is only integers.

Also worth noting is that if the last line in the file would have "foobar" written in the user_id column, the loading would crash if the above dtype was specified.

Example of broken data that breaks when dtypes are defined

import pandas as pd
try:
    from StringIO import StringIO
except ImportError:
    from io import StringIO


csvdata = """user_id,username
1,Alice
3,Bob
foobar,Caesar"""
sio = StringIO(csvdata)
pd.read_csv(sio, dtype={"user_id": int, "username": "string"})

ValueError: invalid literal for long() with base 10: 'foobar'

dtypes are typically a numpy thing, read more about them here: http://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/reference/generated/numpy.dtype.html

What dtypes exists?

We have access to numpy dtypes: float, int, bool, timedelta64[ns] and datetime64[ns]. Note that the numpy date/time dtypes are not time zone aware.

Pandas extends this set of dtypes with its own:

'datetime64[ns, ]' Which is a time zone aware timestamp.

'category' which is essentially an enum (strings represented by integer keys to save

'period[]' Not to be confused with a timedelta, these objects are actually anchored to specific time periods

'Sparse', 'Sparse[int]', 'Sparse[float]' is for sparse data or 'Data that has a lot of holes in it' Instead of saving the NaN or None in the dataframe it omits the objects, saving space.

'Interval' is a topic of its own but its main use is for indexing. See more here

'Int8', 'Int16', 'Int32', 'Int64', 'UInt8', 'UInt16', 'UInt32', 'UInt64' are all pandas specific integers that are nullable, unlike the numpy variant.

'string' is a specific dtype for working with string data and gives access to the .str attribute on the series.

'boolean' is like the numpy 'bool' but it also supports missing data.

Read the complete reference here:

Pandas dtype reference

Gotchas, caveats, notes

Setting dtype=object will silence the above warning, but will not make it more memory efficient, only process efficient if anything.

Setting dtype=unicode will not do anything, since to numpy, a unicode is represented as object.

Usage of converters

@sparrow correctly points out the usage of converters to avoid pandas blowing up when encountering 'foobar' in a column specified as int. I would like to add that converters are really heavy and inefficient to use in pandas and should be used as a last resort. This is because the read_csv process is a single process.

CSV files can be processed line by line and thus can be processed by multiple converters in parallel more efficiently by simply cutting the file into segments and running multiple processes, something that pandas does not support. But this is a different story.

How to exit from ForEach-Object in PowerShell

There are differences between foreach and foreach-object.

A very good description you can find here: MS-ScriptingGuy

For testing in PS, here you have scripts to show the difference.

ForEach-Object:

# Omit 5.
1..10 | ForEach-Object {
if ($_ -eq 5) {return}
# if ($_ -ge 5) {return} # Omit from 5.
Write-Host $_
}
write-host "after1"
# Cancels whole script at 15, "after2" not printed.
11..20 | ForEach-Object {
if ($_ -eq 15) {continue}
Write-Host $_
}
write-host "after2"
# Cancels whole script at 25, "after3" not printed.
21..30 | ForEach-Object {
if ($_ -eq 25) {break}
Write-Host $_
}
write-host "after3"

foreach

# Ends foreach at 5.
foreach ($number1 in (1..10)) {
if ($number1 -eq 5) {break}
Write-Host "$number1"
}
write-host "after1"
# Omit 15. 
foreach ($number2 in (11..20)) {
if ($number2 -eq 15) {continue}
Write-Host "$number2"
}
write-host "after2"
# Cancels whole script at 25, "after3" not printed.
foreach ($number3 in (21..30)) {
if ($number3 -eq 25) {return}
Write-Host "$number3"
}
write-host "after3"

C library function to perform sort

try qsort in stdlib.h.

Send data from activity to fragment in Android

From Activity you send data with Bundle as:

Bundle bundle = new Bundle();
bundle.putString("data", "Data you want to send");

// Your fragment
MyFragment obj = new MyFragment();
obj.setArguments(bundle);

And in Fragment onCreateView method get the data:

@Override
public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container, Bundle savedInstanceState) 
{
    String data = getArguments().getString("data");// data which sent from activity  
    return inflater.inflate(R.layout.myfragment, container, false);
}

How to list active / open connections in Oracle?

select
  username,
  osuser,
  terminal,
  utl_inaddr.get_host_address(terminal) IP_ADDRESS
from
  v$session
where
  username is not null
order by
  username,
  osuser;

LINQ Join with Multiple Conditions in On Clause

Here you go with:

from b in _dbContext.Burden 
join bl in _dbContext.BurdenLookups on
new { Organization_Type = b.Organization_Type_ID, Cost_Type = b.Cost_Type_ID } equals
new { Organization_Type = bl.Organization_Type_ID, Cost_Type = bl.Cost_Type_ID }

Colorplot of 2D array matplotlib

I'm afraid your posted example is not working, since X and Y aren't defined. So instead of pcolormesh let's use imshow:

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

H = np.array([[1, 2, 3, 4],
              [5, 6, 7, 8],
              [9, 10, 11, 12],
              [13, 14, 15, 16]])  # added some commas and array creation code

fig = plt.figure(figsize=(6, 3.2))

ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
ax.set_title('colorMap')
plt.imshow(H)
ax.set_aspect('equal')

cax = fig.add_axes([0.12, 0.1, 0.78, 0.8])
cax.get_xaxis().set_visible(False)
cax.get_yaxis().set_visible(False)
cax.patch.set_alpha(0)
cax.set_frame_on(False)
plt.colorbar(orientation='vertical')
plt.show()

Sort array of objects by string property value

I came into problem of sorting array of objects, with changing priority of values, basically I want to sort array of peoples by their Age, and then by surname - or just by surname, name. I think that this is most simple solution compared to another answers.

it' is used by calling sortPeoples(['array', 'of', 'properties'], reverse=false)

_x000D_
_x000D_
///////////////////////example array of peoples ///////////////////////_x000D_
_x000D_
var peoples = [_x000D_
    {name: "Zach", surname: "Emergency", age: 1},_x000D_
    {name: "Nancy", surname: "Nurse", age: 1},_x000D_
    {name: "Ethel", surname: "Emergency", age: 1},_x000D_
    {name: "Nina", surname: "Nurse", age: 42},_x000D_
    {name: "Anthony", surname: "Emergency", age: 42},_x000D_
    {name: "Nina", surname: "Nurse", age: 32},_x000D_
    {name: "Ed", surname: "Emergency", age: 28},_x000D_
    {name: "Peter", surname: "Physician", age: 58},_x000D_
    {name: "Al", surname: "Emergency", age: 58},_x000D_
    {name: "Ruth", surname: "Registration", age: 62},_x000D_
    {name: "Ed", surname: "Emergency", age: 38},_x000D_
    {name: "Tammy", surname: "Triage", age: 29},_x000D_
    {name: "Alan", surname: "Emergency", age: 60},_x000D_
    {name: "Nina", surname: "Nurse", age: 58}_x000D_
];_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
//////////////////////// Sorting function /////////////////////_x000D_
function sortPeoples(propertyArr, reverse) {_x000D_
        function compare(a,b) {_x000D_
            var i=0;_x000D_
            while (propertyArr[i]) {_x000D_
                if (a[propertyArr[i]] < b[propertyArr[i]])  return -1;_x000D_
                if (a[propertyArr[i]] > b[propertyArr[i]])  return 1;_x000D_
                i++;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            return 0;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        peoples.sort(compare);_x000D_
        if (reverse){_x000D_
            peoples.reverse();_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    };_x000D_
_x000D_
////////////////end of sorting method///////////////_x000D_
function printPeoples(){_x000D_
  $('#output').html('');_x000D_
peoples.forEach( function(person){_x000D_
 $('#output').append(person.surname+" "+person.name+" "+person.age+"<br>");_x000D_
} )_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
</head>_x000D_
  <html>_x000D_
  <body>_x000D_
<button onclick="sortPeoples(['surname']); printPeoples()">sort by ONLY by surname ASC results in mess with same name cases</button><br>_x000D_
<button onclick="sortPeoples(['surname', 'name'], true); printPeoples()">sort by surname then name DESC</button><br>_x000D_
<button onclick="sortPeoples(['age']); printPeoples()">sort by AGE ASC. Same issue as in first case</button><br>_x000D_
<button onclick="sortPeoples(['age', 'surname']); printPeoples()">sort by AGE and Surname ASC. Adding second field fixed it.</button><br>_x000D_
        _x000D_
    <div id="output"></div>_x000D_
    </body>_x000D_
  </html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to use css style in php

I had this problem just now and I tried the require_once trick, but it would just echo the CSS above all my php code without actually applying the styles.

What I did to fix it, though, was wrap all my php in their own plain HTML templates. Just type out html in the first line of the document and pick the suggestion html:5 to get the HTML boilerplate, like you would when you're just starting a plain HTML doc. Then cut the closing body and html tags and paste them all the way down at the bottom, below the closing php tag to wrap your php code without actually changing anything. Finally, you can just put your plain old link to your stylesheet into the head of your HTML. Works just fine.

How to remove the last element added into the List?

You can use List<T>.RemoveAt method:

rows.RemoveAt(rows.Count -1);

How to select an option from drop down using Selenium WebDriver C#?

You must create a select element object from the drop down list.

 using OpenQA.Selenium.Support.UI;

 // select the drop down list
 var education = driver.FindElement(By.Name("education"));
 //create select element object 
 var selectElement = new SelectElement(education);

 //select by value
 selectElement.SelectByValue("Jr.High"); 
 // select by text
 selectElement.SelectByText("HighSchool");

More info here

How do I improve ASP.NET MVC application performance?

In your clamour to optimize the client side, don't forget about the database layer. We had an application that went from 5 seconds to load up to 50 seconds overnight.

On inspection, we'd made a whole bunch of schema changes. Once we refreshed the statistics, it suddenly became as responsive as before.

Generate preview image from Video file?

I recommend php-ffmpeg library.

Extracting image

You can extract a frame at any timecode using the FFMpeg\Media\Video::frame method.

This code returns a FFMpeg\Media\Frame instance corresponding to the second 42. You can pass any FFMpeg\Coordinate\TimeCode as argument, see dedicated documentation below for more information.

$frame = $video->frame(FFMpeg\Coordinate\TimeCode::fromSeconds(42));
$frame->save('image.jpg');

If you want to extract multiple images from the video, you can use the following filter:

$video
    ->filters()
    ->extractMultipleFrames(FFMpeg\Filters\Video\ExtractMultipleFramesFilter::FRAMERATE_EVERY_10SEC, '/path/to/destination/folder/')
    ->synchronize();

$video
    ->save(new FFMpeg\Format\Video\X264(), '/path/to/new/file');

By default, this will save the frames as jpg images.

You are able to override this using setFrameFileType to save the frames in another format:

$frameFileType = 'jpg'; // either 'jpg', 'jpeg' or 'png'
$filter = new ExtractMultipleFramesFilter($frameRate, $destinationFolder);
$filter->setFrameFileType($frameFileType);

$video->addFilter($filter);

Why does modern Perl avoid UTF-8 by default?

You should enable the unicode strings feature, and this is the default if you use v5.14;

You should not really use unicode identifiers esp. for foreign code via utf8 as they are insecure in perl5, only cperl got that right. See e.g. http://perl11.org/blog/unicode-identifiers.html

Regarding utf8 for your filehandles/streams: You need decide by yourself the encoding of your external data. A library cannot know that, and since not even libc supports utf8, proper utf8 data is rare. There's more wtf8, the windows aberration of utf8 around.

BTW: Moose is not really "Modern Perl", they just hijacked the name. Moose is perfect Larry Wall-style postmodern perl mixed with Bjarne Stroustrup-style everything goes, with an eclectic aberration of proper perl6 syntax, e.g. using strings for variable names, horrible fields syntax, and a very immature naive implementation which is 10x slower than a proper implementation. cperl and perl6 are the true modern perls, where form follows function, and the implementation is reduced and optimized.

Vertically aligning CSS :before and :after content

I just found a pretty neat solution, I think. The trick is to set the line-height of image (or any content) height.

text

Using CSS:

div{
  line-height: 26px; /* height of the image in #submit span:after */
}

span:after{
    content: url('images/forward.png');
    vertical-align: bottom;
}

That would probably also work without the span.

LINQ order by null column where order is ascending and nulls should be last

I have another option in this situation. My list is objList, and I have to order but nulls must be in the end. my decision:

var newList = objList.Where(m=>m.Column != null)
                     .OrderBy(m => m.Column)
                     .Concat(objList.where(m=>m.Column == null));

Timing a command's execution in PowerShell

Here's a function I wrote which works similarly to the Unix time command:

function time {
    Param(
        [Parameter(Mandatory=$true)]
        [string]$command,
        [switch]$quiet = $false
    )
    $start = Get-Date
    try {
        if ( -not $quiet ) {
            iex $command | Write-Host
        } else {
            iex $command > $null
        }
    } finally {
        $(Get-Date) - $start
    }
}

Source: https://gist.github.com/bender-the-greatest/741f696d965ed9728dc6287bdd336874

Reading tab-delimited file with Pandas - works on Windows, but not on Mac

The biggest clue is the rows are all being returned on one line. This indicates line terminators are being ignored or are not present.

You can specify the line terminator for csv_reader. If you are on a mac the lines created will end with \rrather than the linux standard \n or better still the suspenders and belt approach of windows with \r\n.

pandas.read_csv(filename, sep='\t', lineterminator='\r')

You could also open all your data using the codecs package. This may increase robustness at the expense of document loading speed.

import codecs

doc = codecs.open('document','rU','UTF-16') #open for reading with "universal" type set

df = pandas.read_csv(doc, sep='\t')

Pandas Merging 101

In this answer, I will consider practical examples.

The first one, is of pandas.concat.

The second one, of merging dataframes from the index of one and the column of another one.


1. pandas.concat

Considering the following DataFrames with the same column names:

Preco2018 with size (8784, 5)

DataFrame 1

Preco 2019 with size (8760, 5)

DataFrame 2

That have the same column names.

You can combine them using pandas.concat, by simply

import pandas as pd

frames = [Preco2018, Preco2019]

df_merged = pd.concat(frames)

Which results in a DataFrame with the following size (17544, 5)

DataFrame result of the combination of two dataframes

If you want to visualize, it ends up working like this

How concat works

(Source)


2. Merge by Column and Index

In this part, I will consider a specific case: If one wants to merge the index of one dataframe and the column of another dataframe.

Let's say one has the dataframe Geo with 54 columns, being one of the columns the Date Data, which is of type datetime64[ns].

enter image description here

And the dataframe Price that has one column with the price and the index corresponds to the dates

enter image description here

In this specific case, to merge them, one uses pd.merge

merged = pd.merge(Price, Geo, left_index=True, right_on='Data')

Which results in the following dataframe

enter image description here

Simple regular expression for a decimal with a precision of 2

To include an optional minus sign and to disallow numbers like 015 (which can be mistaken for octal numbers) write:

-?(0|([1-9]\d*))(\.\d+)?

sorting dictionary python 3

Python's ordinary dicts cannot be made to provide the keys/elements in any specific order. For that, you could use the OrderedDict type from the collections module. Note that the OrderedDict type merely keeps a record of insertion order. You would have to sort the entries prior to initializing the dictionary if you want subsequent views/iterators to return the elements in order every time. For example:

>>> myDic={10: 'b', 3:'a', 5:'c'}
>>> sorted_list=sorted(myDic.items(), key=lambda x: x[0])
>>> myOrdDic = OrderedDict(sorted_list)
>>> myOrdDic.items()
[(3, 'a'), (5, 'c'), (10, 'b')]
>>> myOrdDic[7] = 'd'
>>> myOrdDic.items()
[(3, 'a'), (5, 'c'), (10, 'b'), (7, 'd')]

If you want to maintain proper ordering for newly added items, you really need to use a different data structure, e.g., a binary tree/heap. This approach of building a sorted list and using it to initialize a new OrderedDict() instance is just woefully inefficient unless your data is completely static.

Edit: So, if the object of sorting the data is merely to print it in order, in a format resembling a python dict object, something like the following should suffice:

def pprint_dict(d):
    strings = []
    for k in sorted(d.iterkeys()):
        strings.append("%d: '%s'" % (k, d[k]))
    return '{' + ', '.join(strings) + '}'

Note that this function is not flexible w/r/t the types of the key, value pairs (i.e., it expects the keys to be integers and the corresponding values to be strings). If you need more flexibility, use something like strings.append("%s: %s" % (repr(k), repr(d[k]))) instead.

Encode/Decode URLs in C++

Answering my own question...

libcurl has curl_easy_escape for encoding.

For decoding, curl_easy_unescape

How to add "required" attribute to mvc razor viewmodel text input editor

I needed the "required" HTML5 atribute, so I did something like this:

<%: Html.TextBoxFor(model => model.Name, new { @required = true })%>

Is it a good practice to use try-except-else in Python?

OP, YOU ARE CORRECT. The else after try/except in Python is ugly. it leads to another flow-control object where none is needed:

try:
    x = blah()
except:
    print "failed at blah()"
else:
    print "just succeeded with blah"

A totally clear equivalent is:

try:
    x = blah()
    print "just succeeded with blah"
except:
    print "failed at blah()"

This is far clearer than an else clause. The else after try/except is not frequently written, so it takes a moment to figure what the implications are.

Just because you CAN do a thing, doesn't mean you SHOULD do a thing.

Lots of features have been added to languages because someone thought it might come in handy. Trouble is, the more features, the less clear and obvious things are because people don't usually use those bells and whistles.

Just my 5 cents here. I have to come along behind and clean up a lot of code written by 1st-year out of college developers who think they're smart and want to write code in some uber-tight, uber-efficient way when that just makes it a mess to try and read / modify later. I vote for readability every day and twice on Sundays.

Add click event on div tag using javascript

Separate function to make adding event handlers much easier.

function addListener(event, obj, fn) {
    if (obj.addEventListener) {
        obj.addEventListener(event, fn, false);   // modern browsers
    } else {
        obj.attachEvent("on"+event, fn);          // older versions of IE
    }
}

element = document.getElementsByClassName('drill_cursor')[0];

addListener('click', element, function () {
    // Do stuff
});

Is it possible to use a div as content for Twitter's Popover

Building on jävi's answer, this can be done without IDs or additional button attributes like this:

http://jsfiddle.net/isherwood/E5Ly5/

<button class="popper" data-toggle="popover">Pop me</button>
<div class="popper-content hide">My first popover content goes here.</div>

<button class="popper" data-toggle="popover">Pop me</button>
<div class="popper-content hide">My second popover content goes here.</div>

<button class="popper" data-toggle="popover">Pop me</button>
<div class="popper-content hide">My third popover content goes here.</div>

$('.popper').popover({
    container: 'body',
    html: true,
    content: function () {
        return $(this).next('.popper-content').html();
    }
});

Multiple select statements in Single query

You can certainly us the a Select Agregation statement as Postulated by Ben James, However This will result in a view with as many columns as you have tables. An alternate method may be as follows:

SELECT COUNT(user_table.id) AS TableCount,'user_table' AS TableSource FROM user_table
UNION SELECT COUNT(cat_table.id) AS TableCount,'cat_table' AS TableSource FROM cat_table
UNION SELECT COUNT(course_table.id) AS TableCount, 'course_table' AS TableSource From course_table;

The Nice thing about an approch like this is that you can explicitly write the Union statements and generate a view or create a temp table to hold values that are added consecutively from a Proc cals using variables in place of your table names. I tend to go more with the latter, but it really depends on personal preference and application. If you are sure the tables will never change, you want the data in a single row format, and you will not be adding tables. stick with Ben James' solution. Otherwise I'd advise flexibility, you can always hack a cross tab struc.

Set Session variable using javascript in PHP

If you want to allow client-side manipulation of persistent data, then it's best to just use cookies. That's what cookies were designed for.

Why is datetime.strptime not working in this simple example?

You should use strftime static method from datetime class from datetime module. Try:

import datetime
dtDate = datetime.datetime.strptime("07/27/2012", "%m/%d/%Y")

Method with a bool return

Long version:

private bool booleanMethod () {
    if (your_condition) {
        return true;
    } else {
        return false;
    }
}

But since you are using the outcome of your condition as the result of the method you can shorten it to

private bool booleanMethod () {
    return your_condition;
}

What is inf and nan?

inf is infinity - a value that is greater than any other value. -inf is therefore smaller than any other value.

nan stands for Not A Number, and this is not equal to 0.

Although positive and negative infinity can be said to be symmetric about 0, the same can be said for any value n, meaning that the result of adding the two yields nan. This idea is discussed in this math.se question.

Because nan is (literally) not a number, you can't do arithmetic with it, so the result of the second operation is also not a number (nan)

How to encrypt and decrypt file in Android?

Use a CipherOutputStream or CipherInputStream with a Cipher and your FileInputStream / FileOutputStream.

I would suggest something like Cipher.getInstance("AES/CBC/PKCS5Padding") for creating the Cipher class. CBC mode is secure and does not have the vulnerabilities of ECB mode for non-random plaintexts. It should be present in any generic cryptographic library, ensuring high compatibility.

Don't forget to use a Initialization Vector (IV) generated by a secure random generator if you want to encrypt multiple files with the same key. You can prefix the plain IV at the start of the ciphertext. It is always exactly one block (16 bytes) in size.

If you want to use a password, please make sure you do use a good key derivation mechanism (look up password based encryption or password based key derivation). PBKDF2 is the most commonly used Password Based Key Derivation scheme and it is present in most Java runtimes, including Android. Note that SHA-1 is a bit outdated hash function, but it should be fine in PBKDF2, and does currently present the most compatible option.

Always specify the character encoding when encoding/decoding strings, or you'll be in trouble when the platform encoding differs from the previous one. In other words, don't use String.getBytes() but use String.getBytes(StandardCharsets.UTF_8).

To make it more secure, please add cryptographic integrity and authenticity by adding a secure checksum (MAC or HMAC) over the ciphertext and IV, preferably using a different key. Without an authentication tag the ciphertext may be changed in such a way that the change cannot be detected.

Be warned that CipherInputStream may not report BadPaddingException, this includes BadPaddingException generated for authenticated ciphers such as GCM. This would make the streams incompatible and insecure for these kind of authenticated ciphers.

SQL permissions for roles

SQL-Server follows the principle of "Least Privilege" -- you must (explicitly) grant permissions.

'does it mean that they wont be able to update 4 and 5 ?'

If your users in the doctor role are only in the doctor role, then yes.

However, if those users are also in other roles (namely, other roles that do have access to 4 & 5), then no.

More Information: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb669084%28v=vs.110%29.aspx

How to disable anchor "jump" when loading a page?

In my case because of using anchor link for CSS popup I've used this way:

Just save the pageYOffset first thing on click and then set the ScrollTop to that:

$(document).on('click','yourtarget',function(){
        var st=window.pageYOffset;
        $('html, body').animate({
                'scrollTop' : st
            });
});

Update or Insert (multiple rows and columns) from subquery in PostgreSQL

OMG Ponies's answer works perfectly, but just in case you need something more complex, here is an example of a slightly more advanced update query:

UPDATE table1 
SET col1 = subquery.col2,
    col2 = subquery.col3 
FROM (
    SELECT t2.foo as col1, t3.bar as col2, t3.foobar as col3 
    FROM table2 t2 INNER JOIN table3 t3 ON t2.id = t3.t2_id
    WHERE t2.created_at > '2016-01-01'
) AS subquery
WHERE table1.id = subquery.col1;

Centering text in a table in Twitter Bootstrap

I think who the best mix for html & Css for quick and clean mod is :

<table class="table text-center">
<thead>
        <tr>                    
        <th class="text-center">Uno</th>
        <th class="text-center">Due</th>
        <th class="text-center">Tre</th>
        <th class="text-center">Quattro</th>
    </tr>
</thead>
<tbody>
    <tr>
        <td>1</td>
        <td>2</td>
        <td>3</td>
        <td>4</td>
    </tr>
</tbody>
</table>

close the <table> init tag then copy where you want :) I hope it can be useful Have a good day w stackoverflow

p.s. Bootstrap v3.2.0

How do I print out the value of this boolean? (Java)

First of all, your variable "isLeapYear" is the same name as the method. That's just bad practice.

Second, you're not declaring "isLeapYear" as a variable. Java is strongly typed so you need a boolean isLeapYear; in the beginning of your method.

This call: System.out.println(boolean isLeapYear); is just wrong. There are no declarations in method calls.

Once you have declared isLeapYear to be a boolean variable, you can call System.out.println(isLeapYear);

UPDATE: I just saw it's declared as a field. So just remove the line System.out.println(boolean isLeapYear); You should understand that you can't call isLeapYear from the main() method. You cannot call a non static method from a static method with an instance. If you want to call it, you need to add

booleanfun myBoolFun = new booleanfun();
System.out.println(myBoolFun.isLeapYear);

I really suggest you use Eclipse, it will let you know of such compilation errors on the fly and its much easier to learn that way.

Does calling clone() on an array also clone its contents?

1D array of primitives does copy elements when it is cloned. This tempts us to clone 2D array(Array of Arrays).

Remember that 2D array clone doesn't work due to shallow copy implementation of clone().

public static void main(String[] args) {
    int row1[] = {0,1,2,3};
    int row2[] =  row1.clone();
    row2[0] = 10;
    System.out.println(row1[0] == row2[0]); // prints false

    int table1[][]={{0,1,2,3},{11,12,13,14}};
    int table2[][] = table1.clone();
    table2[0][0] = 100;
    System.out.println(table1[0][0] == table2[0][0]); //prints true
}

How to make the background DIV only transparent using CSS

Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/uenrX/1/

The opacity property of the outer DIV cannot be undone by the inner DIV. If you want to achieve transparency, use rgba or hsla:

Outer div:

background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.9); /* Color white with alpha 0.9*/

Inner div:

background-color: #FFF; /* Background white, to override the background propery*/

EDIT
Because you've added filter:alpha(opacity=90) to your question, I assume that you also want a working solution for (older versions of) IE. This should work (-ms- prefix for the newest versions of IE):

/*Padded for readability, you can write the following at one line:*/
filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient(
    GradientType=1,
    startColorStr="#E6FFFFFF",
    endColorStr="#E6FFFFFF");

/*Similarly: */
filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient(
    GradientType=1,
    startColorStr="#E6FFFFFF",
    endColorStr="#E6FFFFFF");

I've used the Gradient filter, starting with the same start- and end-color, so that the background doesn't show a gradient, but a flat colour. The colour format is in the ARGB hex format. I've written a JavaScript snippet to convert relative opacity values to absolute alpha-hex values:

var opacity = .9;
var A_ofARGB = Math.round(opacity * 255).toString(16);
if(A_ofARGB.length == 1) A_ofARGB = "0"+a_ofARGB;
else if(!A_ofARGB.length) A_ofARGB = "00";
alert(A_ofARGB);

How to fix docker: Got permission denied issue

If you want to run docker as non-root user then you need to add it to the docker group.

  1. Create the docker group if it does not exist
$ sudo groupadd docker
  1. Add your user to the docker group.
$ sudo usermod -aG docker $USER
  1. Run the following command or Logout and login again and run (that doesn't work you may need to reboot your machine first)
$ newgrp docker

  1. Check if docker can be run without root
$ docker run hello-world

Reboot if still got error

$ reboot

Taken from the docker official documentation: manage-docker-as-a-non-root-user

Loop backwards using indices in Python?

Generally in Python, you can use negative indices to start from the back:

numbers = [10, 20, 30, 40, 50]
for i in xrange(len(numbers)):
    print numbers[-i - 1]

Result:

50
40
30
20
10

How to use lifecycle method getDerivedStateFromProps as opposed to componentWillReceiveProps

About the removal of componentWillReceiveProps: you should be able to handle its uses with a combination of getDerivedStateFromProps and componentDidUpdate, see the React blog post for example migrations. And yes, the object returned by getDerivedStateFromProps updates the state similarly to an object passed to setState.

In case you really need the old value of a prop, you can always cache it in your state with something like this:

state = {
  cachedSomeProp: null
  // ... rest of initial state
};

static getDerivedStateFromProps(nextProps, prevState) {
  // do things with nextProps.someProp and prevState.cachedSomeProp
  return {
    cachedSomeProp: nextProps.someProp,
    // ... other derived state properties
  };
}

Anything that doesn't affect the state can be put in componentDidUpdate, and there's even a getSnapshotBeforeUpdate for very low-level stuff.

UPDATE: To get a feel for the new (and old) lifecycle methods, the react-lifecycle-visualizer package may be helpful.

Reading in a JSON File Using Swift

First create a Struc codable like this:

  struct JuzgadosList : Codable {
    var CP : Int
    var TEL : String
    var LOCAL : String
    var ORGANO : String
    var DIR : String
}

Now declare the variable

 var jzdosList = [JuzgadosList]()

Read from main directory

func getJsonFromDirectory() {

        if let path = Bundle.main.path(forResource: "juzgados", ofType: "json") {
            do {
                let data = try Data(contentsOf: URL(fileURLWithPath: path), options: .alwaysMapped)
                let jList = try JSONDecoder().decode([JuzgadosList].self, from: data)
                self.jzdosList = jList

                DispatchQueue.main.async() { () -> Void in
                    self.tableView.reloadData()
                }

            } catch let error {
                print("parse error: \(error.localizedDescription)")
            }
        } else {
            print("Invalid filename/path.")
        }
    }

Read from web

func getJsonFromUrl(){

        self.jzdosList.removeAll(keepingCapacity: false)

        print("Internet Connection Available!")

        guard let url = URL(string: "yourURL")  else { return }

        let request = URLRequest(url: url, cachePolicy: URLRequest.CachePolicy.reloadIgnoringLocalCacheData, timeoutInterval: 60.0)
        URLSession.shared.dataTask(with: request) { (data, response, err) in
            guard let data = data else { return }
            do {
                let jList = try JSONDecoder().decode([JuzgadosList].self, from: data)
                self.jzdosList = jList

                DispatchQueue.main.async() { () -> Void in
                    self.tableView.reloadData()
                }
            } catch let jsonErr {
                print("Error serializing json:", jsonErr)
            }
        }.resume()
    }

How can I represent 'Authorization: Bearer <token>' in a Swagger Spec (swagger.json)

Bearer authentication in OpenAPI 3.0.0

OpenAPI 3.0 now supports Bearer/JWT authentication natively. It's defined like this:

openapi: 3.0.0
...

components:
  securitySchemes:
    bearerAuth:
      type: http
      scheme: bearer
      bearerFormat: JWT  # optional, for documentation purposes only

security:
  - bearerAuth: []

This is supported in Swagger UI 3.4.0+ and Swagger Editor 3.1.12+ (again, for OpenAPI 3.0 specs only!).

UI will display the "Authorize" button, which you can click and enter the bearer token (just the token itself, without the "Bearer " prefix). After that, "try it out" requests will be sent with the Authorization: Bearer xxxxxx header.

Adding Authorization header programmatically (Swagger UI 3.x)

If you use Swagger UI and, for some reason, need to add the Authorization header programmatically instead of having the users click "Authorize" and enter the token, you can use the requestInterceptor. This solution is for Swagger UI 3.x; UI 2.x used a different technique.

// index.html

const ui = SwaggerUIBundle({
  url: "http://your.server.com/swagger.json",
  ...

  requestInterceptor: (req) => {
    req.headers.Authorization = "Bearer xxxxxxx"
    return req
  }
})

Using classes with the Arduino

http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1230935955 states:

By default, the Arduino IDE and libraries does not use the operator new and operator delete. It does support malloc() and free(). So the solution is to implement new and delete operators for yourself, to use these functions.

Code:

#include <stdlib.h> // for malloc and free
void* operator new(size_t size) { return malloc(size); } 
void operator delete(void* ptr) { free(ptr); }

This let's you create objects, e.g.

C* c; // declare variable
c = new C(); // create instance of class C
c->M(); // call method M
delete(c); // free memory

Regards, tamberg

Pipe output and capture exit status in Bash

There's an array that gives you the exit status of each command in a pipe.

$ cat x| sed 's///'
cat: x: No such file or directory
$ echo $?
0
$ cat x| sed 's///'
cat: x: No such file or directory
$ echo ${PIPESTATUS[*]}
1 0
$ touch x
$ cat x| sed 's'
sed: 1: "s": substitute pattern can not be delimited by newline or backslash
$ echo ${PIPESTATUS[*]}
0 1

How can I insert a line break into a <Text> component in React Native?

Another way to insert <br> between text lines that are defined in an array:

import react, { Fragment } from 'react';

const lines = [
  'One line',
  'Another line',
];

const textContent =
  lines.reduce(items, line, index) => {
    if (index > 0) {
      items.push(<br key={'br-'+index}/>);
    }
    items.push(<Fragment key={'item-'+index}>{line}</Fragment>);
    return items;
  }, []);

Then the text can be used as variable:

<Text>{textContent}</Text>

If not available, Fragment can be defined this way:

const Fragment = (props) => props.children;

SQLAlchemy IN clause

How about

session.query(MyUserClass).filter(MyUserClass.id.in_((123,456))).all()

edit: Without the ORM, it would be

session.execute(
    select(
        [MyUserTable.c.id, MyUserTable.c.name], 
        MyUserTable.c.id.in_((123, 456))
    )
).fetchall()

select() takes two parameters, the first one is a list of fields to retrieve, the second one is the where condition. You can access all fields on a table object via the c (or columns) property.

How to convert BigInteger to String in java

When constructing a BigInteger with a string, the string must be formatted as a decimal number. You cannot use letters, unless you specify a radix in the second argument, you can specify up to 36 in the radix. 36 will give you alphanumeric characters only [0-9,a-z], so if you use this, you will have no formatting. You can create: new BigInteger("ihavenospaces", 36) Then to convert back, use a .toString(36)

BUT TO KEEP FORMATTING: Use the byte[] method that a couple people mentioned. That will pack the data with formatting into the smallest size, and allow you to keep track of number of bytes easily

That should be perfect for an RSA public key crypto system example program, assuming you keep the number of bytes in the message smaller than the number of bytes of PQ

(I realize this thread is old)

CSS to stop text wrapping under image

setting display:flexfor the text worked for me.

Generating (pseudo)random alpha-numeric strings

Simple guys .... but remember each byte is random between 0 and 255 which for a random string will be fine. Also remember you'll have two characters to represent each byte.

$str = bin2hex(random_bytes(32));  // 64 character string returned

Get first letter of a string from column

Cast the dtype of the col to str and you can perform vectorised slicing calling str:

In [29]:
df['new_col'] = df['First'].astype(str).str[0]
df

Out[29]:
   First  Second new_col
0    123     234       1
1     22    4353       2
2     32     355       3
3    453     453       4
4     45     345       4
5    453     453       4
6     56      56       5

if you need to you can cast the dtype back again calling astype(int) on the column

Oracle : how to subtract two dates and get minutes of the result

For those who want to substrat two timestamps (instead of dates), there is a similar solution:

SELECT ( CAST( date2 AS DATE ) - CAST( date1 AS DATE ) ) * 1440 AS minutesInBetween
FROM ...

or

SELECT ( CAST( date2 AS DATE ) - CAST( date1 AS DATE ) ) * 86400 AS secondsInBetween
FROM ...

What is the height of Navigation Bar in iOS 7?

I got this answer from the book Programming iOS 7, section Bar Position and Bar Metrics

If a navigation bar or toolbar — or a search bar (discussed earlier in this chapter) — is to occupy the top of the screen, the iOS 7 convention is that its height should be increased to underlap the transparent status bar. To make this possible, iOS 7 introduces the notion of a bar position.

UIBarPositionTopAttached

Specifies that the bar is at the top of the screen, as well as its containing view. Bars with this position draw their background extended upwards, allowing their background content to show through the status bar. Available in iOS 7.0 and later.

MySQL select query with multiple conditions

You have conditions that are mutually exclusive - if meta_key is 'first_name', it can't also be 'yearofpassing'. Most likely you need your AND's to be OR's:

$result = mysql_query("SELECT user_id FROM wp_usermeta 
WHERE (meta_key = 'first_name' AND meta_value = '$us_name') 
OR (meta_key = 'yearofpassing' AND meta_value = '$us_yearselect') 
OR (meta_key = 'u_city' AND meta_value = '$us_reg') 
OR (meta_key = 'us_course' AND meta_value = '$us_course')")

Reading e-mails from Outlook with Python through MAPI

Sorry for my bad English. Checking Mails using Python with MAPI is easier,

outlook =win32com.client.Dispatch("Outlook.Application").GetNamespace("MAPI")
folder = outlook.Folders[5]
Subfldr = folder.Folders[5]
messages_REACH = Subfldr.Items
message = messages_REACH.GetFirst()

Here we can get the most first mail into the Mail box, or into any sub folder. Actually, we need to check the Mailbox number & orientation. With the help of this analysis we can check each mailbox & its sub mailbox folders.

Similarly please find the below code, where we can see, the last/ earlier mails. How we need to check.

`outlook =win32com.client.Dispatch("Outlook.Application").GetNamespace("MAPI")
folder = outlook.Folders[5]
Subfldr = folder.Folders[5]
messages_REACH = Subfldr.Items
message = messages_REACH.GetLast()`

With this we can get most recent email into the mailbox. According to the above mentioned code, we can check our all mail boxes, & its sub folders.

How to get hex color value rather than RGB value?

full cases (rgb, rgba, transparent...etc) solution (coffeeScript)

 rgb2hex: (rgb, transparentDefault=null)->
    return null unless rgb
    return rgb if rgb.indexOf('#') != -1
    return transparentDefault || 'transparent' if rgb == 'rgba(0, 0, 0, 0)'
    rgb = rgb.match(/^rgba?\((\d+),\s*(\d+),\s*(\d+)(?:,\s*(\d+))?\)$/);
    hex = (x)->
      ("0" + parseInt(x).toString(16)).slice(-2)

    '#' + hex(rgb[1]) + hex(rgb[2]) + hex(rgb[3])

Iterating through a string word by word

This is one way to do it:

string = "this is a string"
ssplit = string.split()
for word in ssplit:
    print (word)

Output:

this
is
a
string

How do I search for a pattern within a text file using Python combining regex & string/file operations and store instances of the pattern?

Doing it in one bulk read:

import re

textfile = open(filename, 'r')
filetext = textfile.read()
textfile.close()
matches = re.findall("(<(\d{4,5})>)?", filetext)

Line by line:

import re

textfile = open(filename, 'r')
matches = []
reg = re.compile("(<(\d{4,5})>)?")
for line in textfile:
    matches += reg.findall(line)
textfile.close()

But again, the matches that returns will not be useful for anything except counting unless you added an offset counter:

import re

textfile = open(filename, 'r')
matches = []
offset = 0
reg = re.compile("(<(\d{4,5})>)?")
for line in textfile:
    matches += [(reg.findall(line),offset)]
    offset += len(line)
textfile.close()

But it still just makes more sense to read the whole file in at once.

Entity Framework: table without primary key

Having a useless identity key is pointless at times. I find if the ID isn't used, why add it? However, Entity is not so forgiving about it, so adding an ID field would be best. Even in the case it's not used, it's better than dealing with Entity's incessive errors about the missing identity key.

VBA copy rows that meet criteria to another sheet

After formatting the previous answer to my own code, I have found an efficient way to copy all necessary data if you are attempting to paste the values returned via AutoFilter to a separate sheet.

With .Range("A1:A" & LastRow)
    .Autofilter Field:=1, Criteria1:="=*" & strSearch & "*"
    .Offset(1,0).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Cells.Copy
    Sheets("Sheet2").activate
    DestinationRange.PasteSpecial
End With

In this block, the AutoFilter finds all of the rows that contain the value of strSearch and filters out all of the other values. It then copies the cells (using offset in case there is a header), opens the destination sheet and pastes the values to the specified range on the destination sheet.

Timeout for python requests.get entire response

timeout = int(seconds)

Since requests >= 2.4.0, you can use the timeout argument, i.e:

requests.get('https://duckduckgo.com/', timeout=10)

Note:

timeout is not a time limit on the entire response download; rather, an exception is raised if the server has not issued a response for timeout seconds ( more precisely, if no bytes have been received on the underlying socket for timeout seconds). If no timeout is specified explicitly, requests do not time out.

How do I correct "Commit Failed. File xxx is out of date. xxx path not found."

Had similar problem with the SVN 1.6.5 on Mac 10.6.5, upgraded to SVN 1.6.9 and the commit succeeded.

CSS3 transitions inside jQuery .css()

Your code can get messy fast when dealing with CSS3 transitions. I would recommend using a plugin such as jQuery Transit that handles the complexity of CSS3 animations/transitions.

Moreover, the plugin uses webkit-transform rather than webkit-transition, which allows for mobile devices to use hardware acceleration in order to give your web apps that native look and feel when the animations occur.

JS Fiddle Live Demo

Javascript:

$("#startTransition").on("click", function()
{

    if( $(".boxOne").is(":visible")) 
    {
        $(".boxOne").transition({ x: '-100%', opacity: 0.1 }, function () { $(".boxOne").hide(); });
        $(".boxTwo").css({ x: '100%' });
        $(".boxTwo").show().transition({ x: '0%', opacity: 1.0 });
        return;        
    }

    $(".boxTwo").transition({ x: '-100%', opacity: 0.1 }, function () { $(".boxTwo").hide(); });
    $(".boxOne").css({ x: '100%' });
    $(".boxOne").show().transition({ x: '0%', opacity: 1.0 });

});

Most of the hard work of getting cross-browser compatibility is done for you as well and it works like a charm on mobile devices.

How do I escape reserved words used as column names? MySQL/Create Table

You can use double quotes if ANSI SQL mode is enabled

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS misc_info
  (
     id    INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT NOT NULL,
     "key" TEXT UNIQUE NOT NULL,
     value TEXT NOT NULL
  )
ENGINE=INNODB; 

or the proprietary back tick escaping otherwise. (Where to find the ` character on various keyboard layouts is covered in this answer)

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS misc_info
  (
     id    INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT NOT NULL,
     `key` TEXT UNIQUE NOT NULL,
     value TEXT NOT NULL
  )
ENGINE=INNODB; 

(Source: MySQL Reference Manual, 9.3 Reserved Words)

how to get all markers on google-maps-v3

For an specific cluster use: getMarkers() Gets the array of markers in the clusterer.

For all the markers in the map use: getTotalMarkers() Gets the array of markers in the clusterer.

How to position two elements side by side using CSS

Just use the float style. Put your google map iframe in a div class, and the paragraph in another div class, then apply the following CSS styles to those div classes(don't forget to clear the blocks after float effect, to not make the blocks trouble below them):

css

.google_map{
    width:55%;
    margin-right:2%;
    float: left;
}
.google_map iframe{
   width:100%;
}
.paragraph {
    width:42%;
    float: left;
}
.clearfix{
    clear:both
}

html

<div class="google_map">
      <iframe></iframe>
</div>
<div class="paragraph">
      <p></p>
</div>
<div class="clearfix"></div>

How can I convert a DateTime to an int?

string date = DateTime.Now.ToString();

date = date.Replace("/", "");
date = date.Replace(":", "");
date = date.Replace(" ", "");
date = date.Replace("AM", "");
date = date.Replace("PM", "");            
return date;

PHP Try and Catch for SQL Insert

Checking the documentation shows that its returns false on an error. So use the return status rather than or die(). It will return false if it fails, which you can log (or whatever you want to do) and then continue.

$rv = mysql_query("INSERT INTO redirects SET ua_string = '$ua_string'");
if ( $rv === false ){
     //handle the error here
}
//page continues loading

Split string in JavaScript and detect line break

Use the following:

var enteredText = document.getElementById("textArea").value;
var numberOfLineBreaks = (enteredText.match(/\n/g)||[]).length;
alert('Number of breaks: ' + numberOfLineBreaks);

DEMO

Now what I did was to split the string first using linebreaks, and then split it again like you did before. Note: you can also use jQuery combined with regex for this:

var splitted = $('#textArea').val().split("\n");           // will split on line breaks

Hope that helps you out!

Error executing command 'ant' on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks when building for Android with PhoneGap/Cordova

The error message proved to be true as Apache Ant isn't in the path of Mac OS X Mavericks anymore.

Bulletproof solution:

  1. Download and install Homebrew by executing following command in terminal:

    ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"

  2. Install Apache Ant via Homebrew by executing

    brew install ant

Run the PhoneGap build again and it should successfully compile and install your Android app.

Get GPS location via a service in Android

I don't understand what exactly is the problem with implementing location listening functionality in the Service. It looks pretty similar to what you do in Activity. Just define a location listener and register for location updates. You can refer to the following code as example:

Manifest file:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" />
<application
    android:icon="@drawable/ic_launcher"
    android:label="@string/app_name" >
    <activity android:label="@string/app_name" android:name=".LocationCheckerActivity" >
        <intent-filter >
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
            <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
        </intent-filter>
    </activity>
    <service android:name=".MyService" android:process=":my_service" />
</application>

The service file:

import android.app.Service;
import android.content.Context;
import android.content.Intent;
import android.location.Location;
import android.location.LocationManager;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.os.IBinder;
import android.util.Log;

public class MyService extends Service {

    private static final String TAG = "BOOMBOOMTESTGPS";
    private LocationManager mLocationManager = null;
    private static final int LOCATION_INTERVAL = 1000;
    private static final float LOCATION_DISTANCE = 10f;

    private class LocationListener implements android.location.LocationListener {
        Location mLastLocation;

        public LocationListener(String provider) {
            Log.e(TAG, "LocationListener " + provider);
            mLastLocation = new Location(provider);
        }

        @Override
        public void onLocationChanged(Location location) {
            Log.e(TAG, "onLocationChanged: " + location);
            mLastLocation.set(location);
        }

        @Override
        public void onProviderDisabled(String provider) {
            Log.e(TAG, "onProviderDisabled: " + provider);
        }

        @Override
        public void onProviderEnabled(String provider) {
            Log.e(TAG, "onProviderEnabled: " + provider);
        }

        @Override
        public void onStatusChanged(String provider, int status, Bundle extras) {
            Log.e(TAG, "onStatusChanged: " + provider);
        }
    }

    LocationListener[] mLocationListeners = new LocationListener[]{
            new LocationListener(LocationManager.GPS_PROVIDER),
            new LocationListener(LocationManager.NETWORK_PROVIDER)
    };

    @Override
    public IBinder onBind(Intent arg0) {
        return null;
    }

    @Override
    public int onStartCommand(Intent intent, int flags, int startId) {
        Log.e(TAG, "onStartCommand");
        super.onStartCommand(intent, flags, startId);
        return START_STICKY;
    }

    @Override
    public void onCreate() {
        Log.e(TAG, "onCreate");
        initializeLocationManager();
        try {
            mLocationManager.requestLocationUpdates(
                    LocationManager.NETWORK_PROVIDER, LOCATION_INTERVAL, LOCATION_DISTANCE,
                    mLocationListeners[1]);
        } catch (java.lang.SecurityException ex) {
            Log.i(TAG, "fail to request location update, ignore", ex);
        } catch (IllegalArgumentException ex) {
            Log.d(TAG, "network provider does not exist, " + ex.getMessage());
        }
        try {
            mLocationManager.requestLocationUpdates(
                    LocationManager.GPS_PROVIDER, LOCATION_INTERVAL, LOCATION_DISTANCE,
                    mLocationListeners[0]);
        } catch (java.lang.SecurityException ex) {
            Log.i(TAG, "fail to request location update, ignore", ex);
        } catch (IllegalArgumentException ex) {
            Log.d(TAG, "gps provider does not exist " + ex.getMessage());
        }
    }

    @Override
    public void onDestroy() {
        Log.e(TAG, "onDestroy");
        super.onDestroy();
        if (mLocationManager != null) {
            for (int i = 0; i < mLocationListeners.length; i++) {
                try {
                    mLocationManager.removeUpdates(mLocationListeners[i]);
                } catch (Exception ex) {
                    Log.i(TAG, "fail to remove location listners, ignore", ex);
                }
            }
        }
    }

    private void initializeLocationManager() {
        Log.e(TAG, "initializeLocationManager");
        if (mLocationManager == null) {
            mLocationManager = (LocationManager) getApplicationContext().getSystemService(Context.LOCATION_SERVICE);
        }
    }
}

Error ITMS-90717: "Invalid App Store Icon"

If showing this error for ionic3 project when you upload to iTunes Connect, please check this ANSWER

This is my project error when I try to vilidated. enter image description here

Finally follow this ANSWER, error solved. enter image description here

How to get file path from OpenFileDialog and FolderBrowserDialog?

you can store the Path into string variable like

string s = choofdlog.FileName;

Function that creates a timestamp in c#

I always use something like the following:

public static String GetTimestamp(this DateTime value)
{
    return value.ToString("yyyyMMddHHmmssfff");
}

This will give you a string like 200905211035131468, as the string goes from highest order bits of the timestamp to lowest order simple string sorting in your SQL queries can be used to order by date if you're sticking values in a database

Best way to do a split pane in HTML

Simplest HTML + CSS accordion, with just CSS resize.

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div {
  resize: vertical;
  overflow: auto;
  border: 1px solid
}
.menu {
  display: grid
  /* Try height: 100% or height: 100vh */
}
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<div class="menu">
  <div>
    Hello, World!
  </div>
  <div>
    Hello, World!
  </div>
  <div>
    Hello, World!
  </div>
</div>
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Simplest HTML + CSS vertical resizable panes:

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div {
  resize: horizontal;
  overflow: auto;
  border: 1px solid;
  display: inline-flex;
  height: 90vh
}
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<div>
  Hello, World!
</div>
<div>
  Hello, World!
</div>
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The plain HTML, details element!.

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<details>
  <summary>Morning</summary>
  <p>Hello, World!</p>
</details>
<details>
  <summary>Evening</summary>
  <p>How sweat?</p>
</details>
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Simplest HTML + CSS topbar foldable menu

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div{
 display: flex
}
summary,p{
 margin: 0px 0 -1px 0px;
 padding: 0 0 0 0.5rem;
 border: 1px black solid
}
summary {
  padding: 0 1rem 0 0.5rem
}
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<div>
  <details>
    <summary>FILE</summary>
    <p>Save</p>
    <p>Save as</p>
  </details>
  <details>
    <summary>EDIT</summary>
    <p>Pump</p>
    <p>Transfer</p>
    <p>Review</p>
    <p>Compile</p>
  </details>
  <details>
    <summary>PREFERENCES</summary>
    <p>How sweat?</p>
    <p>Powered by HTML</p>
  </details>
</div>
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Fixed bottom menu bar, unfolding upward.

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div{
 display: flex;
 position: fixed;
 bottom: 0;
 transform: rotate(180deg)
}
summary,p{
 margin: 0px 0 -1px 0px;
 padding: 0 0 0 0.5rem;
 border: 1px black solid;
 transform: rotate(180deg)
}
summary {
  padding: 0 1rem 0 0.5rem;
}
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<div>
  <details>
    <summary>FILE</summary>
    <p>Save</p>
    <p>Save as</p>
  </details>
  <details>
    <summary>EDIT</summary>
    <p>Pump</p>
    <p>Transfer</p>
    <p>Review</p>
    <p>Compile</p>
  </details>
  <details>
    <summary>PREF</summary>
    <p>How?</p>
    <p>Power</p>
  </details>
</div>
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Simplest resizable pane, using JavaScript.

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let ismdwn = 0
rpanrResize.addEventListener('mousedown', mD)

function mD(event) {
  ismdwn = 1
  document.body.addEventListener('mousemove', mV)
  document.body.addEventListener('mouseup', end)
}

function mV(event) {
  if (ismdwn === 1) {
    pan1.style.flexBasis = event.clientX + "px"
  } else {
    end()
  }
}
const end = (e) => {
  ismdwn = 0
  document.body.removeEventListener('mouseup', end)
  rpanrResize.removeEventListener('mousemove', mV)
}
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div {
  display: flex;
  border: 1px black solid;
  width: 100%;
  height: 200px;
}

#pan1 {
  flex-grow: 1;
  flex-shrink: 0;
  flex-basis: 50%; // initial status
}

#pan2 {
  flex-grow: 0;
  flex-shrink: 1;
  overflow-x: auto;
}

#rpanrResize {
  flex-grow: 0;
  flex-shrink: 0;
  background: #1b1b51;
  width: 0.2rem;
  cursor: col-resize;
  margin: 0 0 0 auto;
}
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<div>
  <div id="pan1">MENU</div>
  <div id="rpanrResize">&nbsp;</div>
  <div id="pan2">BODY</div>
</div>
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CSS last-child(-1)

You can use :nth-last-child(); in fact, besides :nth-last-of-type() I don't know what else you could use. I'm not sure what you mean by "dynamic", but if you mean whether the style applies to the new second last child when more children are added to the list, yes it will. Interactive fiddle.

ul li:nth-last-child(2)

Is there a better way to refresh WebView?

try this :

mWebView.loadUrl(mWebView.getUrl().toString());

Spring Boot application.properties value not populating

The way you are performing the injection of the property will not work, because the injection is done after the constructor is called.

You need to do one of the following:

Better solution

@Component
public class MyBean {

    private final String prop;

    @Autowired
    public MyBean(@Value("${some.prop}") String prop) {
        this.prop = prop;
        System.out.println("================== " + prop + "================== ");
    }
}

Solution that will work but is less testable and slightly less readable

@Component
public class MyBean {

    @Value("${some.prop}")
    private String prop;

    public MyBean() {

    }

    @PostConstruct
    public void init() {
        System.out.println("================== " + prop + "================== ");
    }
}

Also note that is not Spring Boot specific but applies to any Spring application

Bootstrap navbar Active State not working

All you need to do is simply add data-toggle="tab" to your link inside bootstrap navbar like this:

<ul class="nav navbar-nav">
  <li class="active"><a data-toggle="tab" href="#">Home</a></li>
  <li><a data-toggle="tab" href="#">Test</a></li>
  <li><a data-toggle="tab" href="#">Test2</a></li>
</ul>

How to count number of files in each directory?

You could arrange to find all the files, remove the file names, leaving you a line containing just the directory name for each file, and then count the number of times each directory appears:

find . -type f |
sed 's%/[^/]*$%%' |
sort |
uniq -c

The only gotcha in this is if you have any file names or directory names containing a newline character, which is fairly unlikely. If you really have to worry about newlines in file names or directory names, I suggest you find them, and fix them so they don't contain newlines (and quietly persuade the guilty party of the error of their ways).


If you're interested in the count of the files in each sub-directory of the current directory, counting any files in any sub-directories along with the files in the immediate sub-directory, then I'd adapt the sed command to print only the top-level directory:

find . -type f |
sed -e 's%^\(\./[^/]*/\).*$%\1%' -e 's%^\.\/[^/]*$%./%' |
sort |
uniq -c

The first pattern captures the start of the name, the dot, the slash, the name up to the next slash and the slash, and replaces the line with just the first part, so:

./dir1/dir2/file1

is replaced by

./dir1/

The second replace captures the files directly in the current directory; they don't have a slash at the end, and those are replace by ./. The sort and count then works on just the number of names.

Keyboard shortcut to clear cell output in Jupyter notebook

You can setup your own shortcut in the UI (for the latest master version):

enter image description here

This menu can be found in Help > Keyboard Shortcuts in any open notebook.

Is it possible to use global variables in Rust?

Look at the const and static section of the Rust book.

You can use something as follows:

const N: i32 = 5; 

or

static N: i32 = 5;

in global space.

But these are not mutable. For mutability, you could use something like:

static mut N: i32 = 5;

Then reference them like:

unsafe {
    N += 1;

    println!("N: {}", N);
}

Android: upgrading DB version and adding new table

Handling database versions is very important part of application development. I assume that you already have class AppDbHelper extending SQLiteOpenHelper. When you extend it you will need to implement onCreate and onUpgrade method.

  1. When onCreate and onUpgrade methods called

    • onCreate called when app newly installed.
    • onUpgrade called when app updated.
  2. Organizing Database versions I manage versions in a class methods. Create implementation of interface Migration. E.g. For first version create MigrationV1 class, second version create MigrationV1ToV2 (these are my naming convention)


    public interface Migration {
        void run(SQLiteDatabase db);//create tables, alter tables
    }

Example migration:

public class MigrationV1ToV2 implements Migration{
      public void run(SQLiteDatabase db){
        //create new tables
        //alter existing tables(add column, add/remove constraint)
        //etc.
     }
   }
  1. Using Migration classes

onCreate: Since onCreate will be called when application freshly installed, we also need to execute all migrations(database version updates). So onCreate will looks like this:

public void onCreate(SQLiteDatabase db){
        Migration mV1=new MigrationV1();
       //put your first database schema in this class
        mV1.run(db);
        Migration mV1ToV2=new MigrationV1ToV2();
        mV1ToV2.run(db);
        //other migration if any
  }

onUpgrade: This method will be called when application is already installed and it is updated to new application version. If application contains any database changes then put all database changes in new Migration class and increment database version.

For example, lets say user has installed application which has database version 1, and now database version is updated to 2(all schema updates kept in MigrationV1ToV2). Now when application upgraded, we need to upgrade database by applying database schema changes in MigrationV1ToV2 like this:

public void onUpgrade(SQLiteDatabase db, int oldVersion, int newVersion) {
    if (oldVersion < 2) {
        //means old version is 1
        Migration migration = new MigrationV1ToV2();
        migration.run(db);
    }
    if (oldVersion < 3) {
        //means old version is 2
    }
}

Note: All upgrades (mentioned in onUpgrade) in to database schema should be executed in onCreate

Convert Select Columns in Pandas Dataframe to Numpy Array

Please use the Pandas to_numpy() method. Below is an example--

>>> import pandas as pd
>>> df = pd.DataFrame({"A":[1, 2], "B":[3, 4], "C":[5, 6]})
>>> df 
    A  B  C
 0  1  3  5
 1  2  4  6
>>> s_array = df[["A", "B", "C"]].to_numpy()
>>> s_array

array([[1, 3, 5],
   [2, 4, 6]]) 

>>> t_array = df[["B", "C"]].to_numpy() 
>>> print (t_array)

[[3 5]
 [4 6]]

Hope this helps. You can select any number of columns using

columns = ['col1', 'col2', 'col3']
df1 = df[columns]

Then apply to_numpy() method.

An unhandled exception of type 'System.IO.FileNotFoundException' occurred in Unknown Module

For me it was occurring in a .net project and turned out to be something to do with my Visual Studio installation. I downloaded and installed the latest .net core sdk separately and then reinstalled VS and it worked.

PHP create key => value pairs within a foreach

Create key-value pairs within a foreach like this:

function createOfferUrlArray($Offer) {
    $offerArray = array();

    foreach ($Offer as $key => $value) {
        $offerArray[$key] = $value[4];
    }

    return $offerArray;
}

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'value' of undefined

Seems like one of your values, with a property key of 'value' is undefined. Test that i1, i2and __i are defined before executing the if statements:

var i1 = document.getElementById('i1');
var i2 = document.getElementById('i2');
var __i = {'user' : document.getElementsByName("username")[0], 'pass' : document.getElementsByName("password")[0] };
if(i1 && i2 && __i.user && __i.pass)
{
    if(  __i.user.value.length >= 1 ) { i1.value = ''; } else { i1.value = 'Acc'; }

    if(  __i.pass.value.length >= 1 ) { i2.value = ''; } else { i2.value = 'Pwd'; }
}

Visually managing MongoDB documents and collections

Here are some popular MongoDB GUI administration tools:

Open source

  • dbKoda - cross-platform, tabbed editor with auto-complete, syntax highlighting and code formatting (plus auto-save, something Studio 3T doesn't support), visual tools (explain plan, real-time performance dashboard, query and aggregation pipeline builder), profiling manager, storage analyzer, index advisor, convert MongoDB commands to Node.js syntax etc. Lacks in-place document editing and the ability to switch themes.

    dbKoda screenshot

  • Nosqlclient - multiple shell output tabs, autocomplete, schema analyzer, index management, user/role management, live monitoring, and other features. Electron/Meteor.js-based, actively developed on GitHub.

  • adminMongo - web-based or Electron app. Supports server monitoring and document editing.

Closed source

  • NoSQLBoosterfull-featured shell-centric cross-platform GUI tool for MongoDB v2.2-4. Free, Personal, and Commercial editions (feature comparison matrix).
  • MongoDB Compass – provides a graphical user interface that allows you to visualize your schema and perform ad-hoc find queries against the database – all with zero knowledge of MongoDB's query language. Developed by MongoDB, Inc. No update queries or access to the shell.
  • Studio 3T, formerly MongoChef – a multi-platform in-place data browser and editor desktop GUI for MongoDB (Core version is free for personal and non-commercial use). Last commit: 2017-Jul-24
  • Robo 3T – acquired by Studio 3T. A shell-centric cross-platform open source MongoDB management tool. Shell-related features only, e.g. multiple shells and results, autocomplete. No export/ import or other features are mentioned. Last commit: 2017-Jul-04

  • HumongouS.io – web-based interface with CRUD features, a chart builder and some collaboration capabilities. 14-day trial.

  • Database Master – a Windows based MongoDB Management Studio, supports also RDBMS. (not free)
  • SlamData - an open source web-based user-interface that allows you to upload and download data, run queries, build charts, explore data.

Abandoned projects

  • RockMongo – a MongoDB administration tool, written in PHP5. Allegedly the best in the PHP world. Similar to PHPMyAdmin. Last version: 2015-Sept-19
  • Fang of Mongo – a web-based UI built with Django and jQuery. Last commit: 2012-Jan-26, in a forked project.
  • Opricot – a browser-based MongoDB shell written in PHP. Latest version: 2010-Sep-21
  • Futon4Mongo – a clone of the CouchDB Futon web interface for MongoDB. Last commit: 2010-Oct-09
  • MongoVUE – an elegant GUI desktop application for Windows. Free and non-free versions. Latest version: 2014-Jan-20
  • UMongo – a full-featured open-source MongoDB server administration tool for Linux, Windows, Mac; written in Java. Last commit 2014-June
  • Mongo3 – a Ruby/Sinatra-based interface for cluster management. Last commit: Apr 16, 2013

Python 3.4.0 with MySQL database

MySQLdb does not support Python 3 but it is not the only MySQL driver for Python.

mysqlclient is essentially just a fork of MySQLdb with Python 3 support merged in (and a few other improvements).

PyMySQL is a pure python MySQL driver, which means it is slower, but it does not require a compiled C component or MySQL libraries and header files to be installed on client machines. It has Python 3 support.

Another option is simply to use another database system like PostgreSQL.

MongoDB running but can't connect using shell

I think there is some default config what is missing in this version of mongoDb client. Try to run:

mongo 127.0.0.1:27017

It's strange, but then I've experienced the issue went away :) (so the simple command 'mongo' w/o any params started to work again for me)

[Ubuntu Linux 11.10 x64 / MongoDB 2.0.1]

Finding the length of a Character Array in C

Provided the char array is null terminated,

char chararray[10] = { 0 };
size_t len = strlen(chararray);

Eclipse: Syntax Error, parameterized types are only if source level is 1.5

It can be resolved as follows:

Go to Project properties.

Then 'Java Compiler' -> Check the box ('Enable project specific settings')

Change the compiler compliance level to '5.0' & click ok

Select the checkbox for "Use default compliance settings"

How to set the value of a hidden field from a controller in mvc

You could set the corresponding value in the ViewData/ViewBag:

ViewData["hdnFlag"] = "some value";

But a much better approach is to of course use a view model:

model.hdnFlag = "some value";
return View(model);

and use a strongly typed helper in your view:

@Html.HiddenFor(x => x.hdnFlag, new { id = "hdnFlag" })

How can I read command line parameters from an R script?

Dirk's answer here is everything you need. Here's a minimal reproducible example.

I made two files: exmpl.bat and exmpl.R.

  • exmpl.bat:

    set R_Script="C:\Program Files\R-3.0.2\bin\RScript.exe"
    %R_Script% exmpl.R 2010-01-28 example 100 > exmpl.batch 2>&1
    

    Alternatively, using Rterm.exe:

    set R_TERM="C:\Program Files\R-3.0.2\bin\i386\Rterm.exe"
    %R_TERM% --no-restore --no-save --args 2010-01-28 example 100 < exmpl.R > exmpl.batch 2>&1
    
  • exmpl.R:

    options(echo=TRUE) # if you want see commands in output file
    args <- commandArgs(trailingOnly = TRUE)
    print(args)
    # trailingOnly=TRUE means that only your arguments are returned, check:
    # print(commandArgs(trailingOnly=FALSE))
    
    start_date <- as.Date(args[1])
    name <- args[2]
    n <- as.integer(args[3])
    rm(args)
    
    # Some computations:
    x <- rnorm(n)
    png(paste(name,".png",sep=""))
    plot(start_date+(1L:n), x)
    dev.off()
    
    summary(x)
    

Save both files in the same directory and start exmpl.bat. In the result you'll get:

  • example.png with some plot
  • exmpl.batch with all that was done

You could also add an environment variable %R_Script%:

"C:\Program Files\R-3.0.2\bin\RScript.exe"

and use it in your batch scripts as %R_Script% <filename.r> <arguments>

Differences between RScript and Rterm:

What determines the monitor my app runs on?

Important note: If you remember the position of your application and shutdown and then start up again at that position, keep in mind that the user's monitor configuration may have changed while your application was closed.

Laptop users, for example, frequently change their display configuration. When docked there may be a 2nd monitor that disappears when undocked. If the user closes an application that was running on the 2nd monitor and the re-opens the application when the monitor is disconnected, restoring the window to the previous coordinates will leave it completely off-screen.

To figure out how big the display really is, check out GetSystemMetrics.

sql use statement with variable

You can do this:

Declare @dbName nvarchar(max);
SET @dbName = 'TESTDB';

Declare @SQL nvarchar(max);
select @SQL = 'USE ' + @dbName +'; {can put command(s) here}';
EXEC (@SQL);

{but not here!}

This means you can do a recursive select like the following:

Declare @dbName nvarchar(max);
SET @dbName = 'TESTDB';
Declare @SQL nvarchar(max);

SELECT @SQL = 'USE ' + @dbName + '; ' +(Select ... {query here}
For XML Path(''),Type)
.value('text()[1]','nvarchar(max)');

Exec (@SQL)

The source was not found, but some or all event logs could not be searched

I recently experienced the error, and none of the solutions worked for me. What resolved the error for me was adding the Application pool user to the Power Users group in computer management. I couldn't use the Administrator group due to a company policy.

Center image using text-align center?

Use this to your img CSS:

img {
  margin-right: auto;
  margin-left: auto;
}

/exclude in xcopy just for a file type

For excluding multiple file types, you can use '+' to concatenate other lists. For example:

xcopy /r /d /i /s /y /exclude:excludedfileslist1.txt+excludedfileslist2.txt C:\dev\apan C:\web\apan

Source: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/2682/xcopy_command_using_the_exclude_flag/

Could not extract response: no suitable HttpMessageConverter found for response type

Since you return to the client just String and its content type == 'text/plain', there is no any chance for default converters to determine how to convert String response to the FFSampleResponseHttp object.

The simple way to fix it:

  • remove expected-response-type from <int-http:outbound-gateway>
  • add to the replyChannel1 <json-to-object-transformer>

Otherwise you should write your own HttpMessageConverter to convert the String to the appropriate object.

To make it work with MappingJackson2HttpMessageConverter (one of default converters) and your expected-response-type, you should send your reply with content type = 'application/json'.

If there is a need, just add <header-enricher> after your <service-activator> and before sending a reply to the <int-http:inbound-gateway>.

So, it's up to you which solution to select, but your current state doesn't work, because of inconsistency with default configuration.

UPDATE

OK. Since you changed your server to return FfSampleResponseHttp object as HTTP response, not String, just add contentType = 'application/json' header before sending the response for the HTTP and MappingJackson2HttpMessageConverter will do the stuff for you - your object will be converted to JSON and with correct contentType header.

From client side you should come back to the expected-response-type="com.mycompany.MyChannel.model.FFSampleResponseHttp" and MappingJackson2HttpMessageConverter should do the stuff for you again.

Of course you should remove <json-to-object-transformer> from you message flow after <int-http:outbound-gateway>.

SQL UPDATE all values in a field with appended string CONCAT not working

That's pretty much all you need:

mysql> select * from t;
+------+-------+
| id   | data  |
+------+-------+
|    1 | max   |
|    2 | linda |
|    3 | sam   |
|    4 | henry |
+------+-------+
4 rows in set (0.02 sec)

mysql> update t set data=concat(data, 'a');
Query OK, 4 rows affected (0.01 sec)
Rows matched: 4  Changed: 4  Warnings: 0

mysql> select * from t;
+------+--------+
| id   | data   |
+------+--------+
|    1 | maxa   |
|    2 | lindaa |
|    3 | sama   |
|    4 | henrya |
+------+--------+
4 rows in set (0.00 sec)

Not sure why you'd be having trouble, though I am testing this on 5.1.41

How can I install a package with go get?

Command go

Download and install packages and dependencies

Usage:

go get [-d] [-f] [-t] [-u] [-v] [-fix] [-insecure] [build flags] [packages]

Get downloads the packages named by the import paths, along with their dependencies. It then installs the named packages, like 'go install'.

The -d flag instructs get to stop after downloading the packages; that is, it instructs get not to install the packages.

The -f flag, valid only when -u is set, forces get -u not to verify that each package has been checked out from the source control repository implied by its import path. This can be useful if the source is a local fork of the original.

The -fix flag instructs get to run the fix tool on the downloaded packages before resolving dependencies or building the code.

The -insecure flag permits fetching from repositories and resolving custom domains using insecure schemes such as HTTP. Use with caution.

The -t flag instructs get to also download the packages required to build the tests for the specified packages.

The -u flag instructs get to use the network to update the named packages and their dependencies. By default, get uses the network to check out missing packages but does not use it to look for updates to existing packages.

The -v flag enables verbose progress and debug output.

Get also accepts build flags to control the installation. See 'go help build'.

When checking out a new package, get creates the target directory GOPATH/src/. If the GOPATH contains multiple entries, get uses the first one. For more details see: 'go help gopath'.

When checking out or updating a package, get looks for a branch or tag that matches the locally installed version of Go. The most important rule is that if the local installation is running version "go1", get searches for a branch or tag named "go1". If no such version exists it retrieves the default branch of the package.

When go get checks out or updates a Git repository, it also updates any git submodules referenced by the repository.

Get never checks out or updates code stored in vendor directories.

For more about specifying packages, see 'go help packages'.

For more about how 'go get' finds source code to download, see 'go help importpath'.

This text describes the behavior of get when using GOPATH to manage source code and dependencies. If instead the go command is running in module-aware mode, the details of get's flags and effects change, as does 'go help get'. See 'go help modules' and 'go help module-get'.

See also: go build, go install, go clean.


For example, showing verbose output,

$ go get -v github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/...
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment (download)
github.com/golang/groupcache (download)
github.com/golang/protobuf (download)
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/api
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/client
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/slowdb
github.com/golang/groupcache/consistenthash
github.com/golang/protobuf/proto
github.com/golang/groupcache/lru
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/dbserver
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/cli
github.com/golang/groupcache/singleflight
github.com/golang/groupcache/groupcachepb
github.com/golang/groupcache
github.com/capotej/groupcache-db-experiment/frontend
$ 

Bootstrap 3 jquery event for active tab change

Thanks to @Gerben's post came to know there are two events show.bs.tab (before the tab is shown) and shown.bs.tab (after the tab is shown) as explained in the docs - Bootstrap Tab usage

An additional solution if we're only interested in a specific tab, and maybe add separate functions without having to add an if - else block in one function, is to use the a href selector (maybe along with additional selectors if required)

 $("a[href='#tab_target_id']").on('shown.bs.tab', function(e) {
      console.log('shown - after the tab has been shown');
 });

 // or even this one if we want the earlier event
 $("a[href='#tab_target_id']").on('show.bs.tab', function(e) {
      console.log('show - before the new tab has been shown');
 });

demo

Is there any JSON Web Token (JWT) example in C#?

This is my implementation of (Google) JWT Validation in .NET. It is based on other implementations on Stack Overflow and GitHub gists.

using Microsoft.IdentityModel.Tokens;
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.IdentityModel.Tokens.Jwt;
using System.Linq;
using System.Net.Http;
using System.Security.Claims;
using System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

namespace QuapiNet.Service
{
    public class JwtTokenValidation
    {
        public async Task<Dictionary<string, X509Certificate2>> FetchGoogleCertificates()
        {
            using (var http = new HttpClient())
            {
                var response = await http.GetAsync("https://www.googleapis.com/oauth2/v1/certs");

                var dictionary = await response.Content.ReadAsAsync<Dictionary<string, string>>();
                return dictionary.ToDictionary(x => x.Key, x => new X509Certificate2(Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(x.Value)));
            }
        }

        private string CLIENT_ID = "xxx.apps.googleusercontent.com";

        public async Task<ClaimsPrincipal> ValidateToken(string idToken)
        {
            var certificates = await this.FetchGoogleCertificates();

            TokenValidationParameters tvp = new TokenValidationParameters()
            {
                ValidateActor = false, // check the profile ID

                ValidateAudience = true, // check the client ID
                ValidAudience = CLIENT_ID,

                ValidateIssuer = true, // check token came from Google
                ValidIssuers = new List<string> { "accounts.google.com", "https://accounts.google.com" },

                ValidateIssuerSigningKey = true,
                RequireSignedTokens = true,
                IssuerSigningKeys = certificates.Values.Select(x => new X509SecurityKey(x)),
                IssuerSigningKeyResolver = (token, securityToken, kid, validationParameters) =>
                {
                    return certificates
                    .Where(x => x.Key.ToUpper() == kid.ToUpper())
                    .Select(x => new X509SecurityKey(x.Value));
                },
                ValidateLifetime = true,
                RequireExpirationTime = true,
                ClockSkew = TimeSpan.FromHours(13)
            };

            JwtSecurityTokenHandler jsth = new JwtSecurityTokenHandler();
            SecurityToken validatedToken;
            ClaimsPrincipal cp = jsth.ValidateToken(idToken, tvp, out validatedToken);

            return cp;
        }
    }
}

Note that, in order to use it, you need to add a reference to the NuGet package System.Net.Http.Formatting.Extension. Without this, the compiler will not recognize the ReadAsAsync<> method.

How to check whether a variable is a class or not?

Even better: use the inspect.isclass function.

>>> import inspect
>>> class X(object):
...     pass
... 
>>> inspect.isclass(X)
True

>>> x = X()
>>> isinstance(x, X)
True
>>> y = 25
>>> isinstance(y, X)
False

react-router getting this.props.location in child components

(Update) V5.1 & Hooks (Requires React >= 16.8)

You can use useHistory, useLocation and useRouteMatch in your component to get match, history and location .

const Child = () => {
  const location = useLocation();
  const history = useHistory();
  const match = useRouteMatch("write-the-url-you-want-to-match-here");

  return (
    <div>{location.pathname}</div>
  )
}

export default Child

(Update) V4 & V5

You can use withRouter HOC in order to inject match, history and location in your component props.

class Child extends React.Component {
  static propTypes = {
    match: PropTypes.object.isRequired,
    location: PropTypes.object.isRequired,
    history: PropTypes.object.isRequired
  }

  render() {
    const { match, location, history } = this.props

    return (
      <div>{location.pathname}</div>
    )
  }
}

export default withRouter(Child)

(Update) V3

You can use withRouter HOC in order to inject router, params, location, routes in your component props.

class Child extends React.Component {

  render() {
    const { router, params, location, routes } = this.props

    return (
      <div>{location.pathname}</div>
    )
  }
}

export default withRouter(Child)

Original answer

If you don't want to use the props, you can use the context as described in React Router documentation

First, you have to set up your childContextTypes and getChildContext

class App extends React.Component{

  getChildContext() {
    return {
      location: this.props.location
    }
  }

  render() {
    return <Child/>;
  }
}

App.childContextTypes = {
    location: React.PropTypes.object
}

Then, you will be able to access to the location object in your child components using the context like this

class Child extends React.Component{

   render() {
     return (
       <div>{this.context.location.pathname}</div>
     )
   }

}

Child.contextTypes = {
    location: React.PropTypes.object
 }

How do I set up HttpContent for my HttpClient PostAsync second parameter?

This is answered in some of the answers to Can't find how to use HttpContent as well as in this blog post.

In summary, you can't directly set up an instance of HttpContent because it is an abstract class. You need to use one the classes derived from it depending on your need. Most likely StringContent, which lets you set the string value of the response, the encoding, and the media type in the constructor. See: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.net.http.stringcontent.aspx

Disabled form inputs do not appear in the request

In addition to Tom Blodget's response, you may simply add @HtmlBeginForm as the form action, like this:

 <form id="form" method="post" action="@Html.BeginForm("action", "controller", FormMethod.Post, new { onsubmit = "this.querySelectorAll('input').forEach(i => i.disabled = false)" })"

What is the difference between for and foreach?

The for loop executes a statement or a block of statements repeatedly until a specified expression evaluates to false.

There is a need to specify the loop bounds (minimum or maximum). Following is a code example of a simple for loop that starts 0 till <= 5.

we look at foreach in detail. What looks like a simple loop on the outside is actually a complex data structure called an enumerator:

An enumerator is a data structure with a Current property, a MoveNext method, and a Reset method. The Current property holds the value of the current element, and every call to MoveNext advances the enumerator to the next item in the sequence.

Enumerators are great because they can handle any iterative data structure. In fact, they are so powerful that all of LINQ is built on top of enumerators.

But the disadvantage of enumerators is that they require calls to Current and MoveNext for every element in the sequence. All those method calls add up, especially in mission-critical code.

Conversely, the for-loop only has to call get_Item for every element in the list. That’s one method call less than the foreach-loop, and the difference really shows.

So when should you use a foreach-loop, and when should you use a for-loop?

Here’s what you need to do:

When you’re using LINQ, use foreach
When you’re working with very large computed sequences of values, use foreach
When performance isn’t an issue, use foreach
But if you want top performance, use a for-loop instead

PHP - Check if the page run on Mobile or Desktop browser

<?php //-- Very simple variant
$useragent = $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']; 
$iPod = stripos($useragent, "iPod"); 
$iPad = stripos($useragent, "iPad"); 
$iPhone = stripos($useragent, "iPhone");
$Android = stripos($useragent, "Android"); 
$iOS = stripos($useragent, "iOS");
//-- You can add billion devices 

$DEVICE = ($iPod||$iPad||$iPhone||$Android||$iOS||$webOS||$Blackberry||$IEMobile||$OperaMini);

if ($DEVICE !=true) {?>

<!-- What you want for all non-mobile devices. Anything with all HTML codes-->

<?php }else{ ?> 

<!-- What you want for all mobile devices. Anything with all HTML codes --> 
<?php } ?>

At runtime, find all classes in a Java application that extend a base class

You could use ResolverUtil (raw source) from the Stripes Framework
if you need something simple and quick without refactoring any existing code.

Here's a simple example not having loaded any of the classes:

package test;

import java.util.Set;
import net.sourceforge.stripes.util.ResolverUtil;

public class BaseClassTest {
    public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
        ResolverUtil<Animal> resolver = new ResolverUtil<Animal>();
        resolver.findImplementations(Animal.class, "test");
        Set<Class<? extends Animal>> classes = resolver.getClasses();

        for (Class<? extends Animal> clazz : classes) {
            System.out.println(clazz);
        }
    }
}

class Animal {}
class Dog extends Animal {}
class Cat extends Animal {}
class Donkey extends Animal {}

This also works in an application server as well since that's where it was designed to work ;)

The code basically does the following:

  • iterate over all the resources in the package(s) you specify
  • keep only the resources ending in .class
  • Load those classes using ClassLoader#loadClass(String fullyQualifiedName)
  • Checks if Animal.class.isAssignableFrom(loadedClass);

Insert 2 million rows into SQL Server quickly

I use the bcp utility. (Bulk Copy Program) I load about 1.5 million text records each month. Each text record is 800 characters wide. On my server, it takes about 30 seconds to add the 1.5 million text records into a SQL Server table.

The instructions for bcp are at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms162802.aspx

How to get host name with port from a http or https request

If your server is running behind a proxy server, make sure your proxy header is set:

proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto  $scheme;

Then to get the right scheme & url you can use springframework's classes:

public String getUrl(HttpServletRequest request) {
    HttpRequest httpRequest = new ServletServerHttpRequest(request);
    UriComponents uriComponents = UriComponentsBuilder.fromHttpRequest(httpRequest).build();

    String scheme = uriComponents.getScheme();             // http / https
    String serverName = request.getServerName();     // hostname.com
    int serverPort = request.getServerPort();        // 80
    String contextPath = request.getContextPath();   // /app

    // Reconstruct original requesting URL
    StringBuilder url = new StringBuilder();
    url.append(scheme).append("://");
    url.append(serverName);

    if (serverPort != 80 && serverPort != 443) {
        url.append(":").append(serverPort);
    }
    url.append(contextPath);
    return url.toString();
}

JavaScript: Create and destroy class instance through class method

No. JavaScript is automatically garbage collected; the object's memory will be reclaimed only if the GC decides to run and the object is eligible for collection.

Seeing as that will happen automatically as required, what would be the purpose of reclaiming the memory explicitly?

How to get cell value from DataGridView in VB.Net?

To get the value of cell, use the following syntax,

datagridviewName(columnFirst, rowSecond).value

But the intellisense and MSDN documentation is wrongly saying rowFirst, colSecond approach...

How to configure nginx to enable kinda 'file browser' mode?

I've tried many times.

And at last I just put autoindex on; in http but outside of server, and it's OK.

Get the filename of a fileupload in a document through JavaScript

Try the value property, like this:

var fu1 = document.getElementById("FileUpload1");
alert("You selected " + fu1.value);

NOTE: It looks like FileUpload1 is an ASP.Net server-side FileUpload control.
If so, you should get its ID using the ClientID property, like this:

var fu1 = document.getElementById("<%= FileUpload1.ClientID %>");

Saving lists to txt file

Framework 4: no need to use StreamWriter:

System.IO.File.WriteAllLines("SavedLists.txt", Lists.verbList);

Convert string to date in Swift

Just your passing your dateformate and your date then you get Year,month,day,hour. Extra info

func GetOnlyDateMonthYearFromFullDate(currentDateFormate:NSString , conVertFormate:NSString , convertDate:NSString ) -> NSString
    {
        let dateFormatter = NSDateFormatter()
        dateFormatter.dateFormat = currentDateFormate as String
        let formatter = NSDateFormatter()
        formatter.dateFormat = Key_DATE_FORMATE as String
        let finalDate = formatter.dateFromString(convertDate as String)
        formatter.dateFormat = conVertFormate as String
        let dateString = formatter.stringFromDate(finalDate!)

        return dateString
    }


Get Year

let Year = self.GetOnlyDateMonthYearFromFullDate("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ssZ", conVertFormate: "YYYY", convertDate: "2016-04-14T10:44:00+0000") as String


Get Month

let month = self.GetOnlyDateMonthYearFromFullDate("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ssZ", conVertFormate: "MM", convertDate: "2016-04-14T10:44:00+0000") as String


Get Day

let day = self.GetOnlyDateMonthYearFromFullDate("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ssZ", conVertFormate: "dd", convertDate: "2016-04-14T10:44:00+0000") as String


Get Hour

let hour  = self.GetOnlyDateMonthYearFromFullDate("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ssZ", conVertFormate: "hh", convertDate: "2016-04-14T10:44:00+0000") as String

Using npm behind corporate proxy .pac

You must use "npm config set http-proxy"

use:

npm config set http-proxy http://1.2.3.4:8181
npm config set https-proxy http://1.2.3.4:8181

Tools to generate database tables diagram with Postgresql?

PostgreSQL Autodoc has worked well for me. It is a simple command line tool. From the web page:

This is a utility which will run through PostgreSQL system tables and returns HTML, Dot, Dia and DocBook XML which describes the database.

How to convert from java.sql.Timestamp to java.util.Date?

The problem is probably coming from the fact that Date is deprecated.

Consider using

java.util.Calendar

or

Joda-Time

Edit 2015:

Java 8 and later has built-in the new java.time package, which is similar to Joda-Time.

Structure of a PDF file?

I found the GNU Introduction to PDF to be helpful in understanding the structure. It includes an easily readable example PDF file that they describe in complete detail.

Other helpful links:

Carry Flag, Auxiliary Flag and Overflow Flag in Assembly

Carry Flag is a flag set when:

a) two unsigned numbers were added and the result is larger than "capacity" of register where it is saved. Ex: we wanna add two 8 bit numbers and save result in 8 bit register. In your example: 255 + 9 = 264 which is more that 8 bit register can store. So the value "8" will be saved there (264 & 255 = 8) and CF flag will be set.

b) two unsigned numbers were subtracted and we subtracted the bigger one from the smaller one. Ex: 1-2 will give you 255 in result and CF flag will be set.

Auxiliary Flag is used as CF but when working with BCD. So AF will be set when we have overflow or underflow on in BCD calculations. For example: considering 8 bit ALU unit, Auxiliary flag is set when there is carry from 3rd bit to 4th bit i.e. carry from lower nibble to higher nibble. (Wiki link)

Overflow Flag is used as CF but when we work on signed numbers. Ex we wanna add two 8 bit signed numbers: 127 + 2. the result is 129 but it is too much for 8bit signed number, so OF will be set. Similar when the result is too small like -128 - 1 = -129 which is out of scope for 8 bit signed numbers.

You can read more about flags on wikipedia

What is <scope> under <dependency> in pom.xml for?

If we don't provide any scope then the default scope is compile, If you want to confirm, simply go to Effective pom tab in eclipse editor, it will show you as compile.

Hide Show content-list with only CSS, no javascript used

I know it's an old post but what about this solution (I've made a JSFiddle to illustrate it)... Solution that uses the :after pseudo elements of <span> to show/hide the <span> switch link itself (in addition to the .alert message it must show/hide). When the pseudo element loses it's focus, the message is hidden.

The initial situation is a hidden message that appears when the <span> with the :after content : "Show Me"; is focused. When this <span> is focused, it's :after content becomes empty while the :after content of the second <span> (that was initially empty) turns to "Hide Me". So, when you click this second <span> the first one loses it's focus and the situation comes back to it's initial state.

I started on the solution offered by @Vector I kept the DOM'situation presented ky @Frederic Kizar

HTML:

<span class="span3" tabindex="0"></span>
<span class="span2" tabindex="0"></span>
<p class="alert" >Some message to show here</p>

CSS:

body {
    display: inline-block;
}
.span3 ~ .span2:after{
    content:"";
}
.span3:focus ~ .alert  {
    display:block;
}
.span3:focus ~ .span2:after  {
    content:"Hide Me";
}
.span3:after  {
    content: "Show Me";
}
.span3:focus:after  {
    content: "";
}
.alert  {
    display:none;
}

Get/pick an image from Android's built-in Gallery app programmatically

Assuming you have an image folder in your SD card directory for images only.

Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_GET_CONTENT);
// tells your intent to get the contents
// opens the URI for your image directory on your sdcard
intent.setType("file:///sdcard/image/*"); 
startActivityForResult(intent, 1);

Then you can decide with what you would like to do with the content back in your activity.

This was an example to retrieve the path name for the image, test this with your code just to make sure you can handle the results coming back. You can change the code as needed to better fit your needs.

protected final void onActivityResult(final int requestCode, final int
                     resultCode, final Intent i) {
    super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, i);

  // this matches the request code in the above call
  if (requestCode == 1) {
      Uri _uri = i.getData();

    // this will be null if no image was selected...
    if (_uri != null) {
      // now we get the path to the image file
     cursor = getContentResolver().query(_uri, null,
                                      null, null, null);
     cursor.moveToFirst();
     String imageFilePath = cursor.getString(0);
     cursor.close();
     }
   }

My advice is to try to get retrieving images working correctly, I think the problem is the content of accessing the images on the sdcard. Take a look at Displaying images on sd card.

If you can get that up and running, probably by the example supplying a correct provider, you should be able to figure out a work-around for your code.

Keep me updated by updating this question with your progress. Good luck

<button> vs. <input type="button" />. Which to use?

<button>
  • by default behaves like if it had a "type="submit" attribute
  • can be used without a form as well as in forms.
  • text or html content allowed
  • css pseudo elements allowed (like :before)
  • tag name is usually unique to a single form

vs.

<input type='button'>
  • type should be set to 'submit' to behave as a submitting element
  • can only be used in forms.
  • only text content allowed
  • no css pseudo elements
  • same tag name as most of the forms elements (inputs)

--
in modern browsers, both elements are easily styleable with css but in most cases, button element is preferred as you can style more with inner html and pseudo elements

Removing duplicates from a SQL query (not just "use distinct")

Your question is kind of confusing; do you want to show only one row per user, or do you want to show a row per picture but suppress repeating values in the U.NAME field? I think you want the second; if not there are plenty of answers for the first.

Whether to display repeating values is display logic, which SQL wasn't really designed for. You can use a cursor in a loop to process the results row-by-row, but you will lose a lot of performance. If you have a "smart" frontend language like a .NET language or Java, whatever construction you put this data into can be cheaply manipulated to suppress repeating values before finally displaying it in the UI.

If you're using Microsoft SQL Server, and the transformation HAS to be done at the data layer, you may consider using a CTE (Computed Table Expression) to hold the initial query, then select values from each row of the CTE based on whether the columns in the previous row hold the same data. It'll be more performant than the cursor, but it'll be kinda messy either way. Observe:

USING CTE (Row, Name, PicID)
AS
(
    SELECT ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY U.NAME, P.PIC_ID),
       U.NAME, P.PIC_ID
    FROM USERS U
        INNER JOIN POSTINGS P1
            ON U.EMAIL_ID = P1.EMAIL_ID
        INNER JOIN PICTURES P
            ON P1.PIC_ID = P.PIC_ID
    WHERE P.CAPTION LIKE '%car%'
    ORDER BY U.NAME, P.PIC_ID 
)
SELECT
    CASE WHEN current.Name == previous.Name THEN '' ELSE current.Name END,
    current.PicID
FROM CTE current
LEFT OUTER JOIN CTE previous
   ON current.Row = previous.Row + 1
ORDER BY current.Row

The above sample is TSQL-specific; it is not guaranteed to work in any other DBPL like PL/SQL, but I think most of the enterprise-level SQL engines have something similar.

How do I delete everything in Redis?

If you are using Java then from the documentation, you can use any one of them based on your use case.

/**
 * Remove all keys from all databases.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushall();

/**
 * Remove all keys asynchronously from all databases.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushallAsync();

/**
 * Remove all keys from the current database.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushdb();

/**
 * Remove all keys asynchronously from the current database.
 *
 * @return String simple-string-reply
 */
String flushdbAsync();

Code:

RedisAdvancedClusterCommands syncCommands = // get sync() or async() commands 
syncCommands.flushdb();

Read more: https://github.com/lettuce-io/lettuce-core/wiki/Redis-Cluster

How to convert an int to a hex string?

With format(), as per format-examples, we can do:

>>> # format also supports binary numbers
>>> "int: {0:d};  hex: {0:x};  oct: {0:o};  bin: {0:b}".format(42)
'int: 42;  hex: 2a;  oct: 52;  bin: 101010'
>>> # with 0x, 0o, or 0b as prefix:
>>> "int: {0:d};  hex: {0:#x};  oct: {0:#o};  bin: {0:#b}".format(42)
'int: 42;  hex: 0x2a;  oct: 0o52;  bin: 0b101010'

Android Studio Google JAR file causing GC overhead limit exceeded error

Add this to build.gradle file

dexOptions {
   javaMaxHeapSize "2g"
}

Yahoo Finance All Currencies quote API Documentation

From the research that I've done, there doesn't appear to be any documentation available for the API you're using. Depending on the data you're trying to get, I'd recommend using Yahoo's YQL API for accessing Yahoo Finance (An example can be found here). Alternatively, you could try using this well documented way to get CSV data from Yahoo Finance.

EDIT:

There has been some discussion on the Yahoo developer forums and it looks like there is no documentation (emphasis mine):

The reason for the lack of documentation is that we don't have a Finance API. It appears some have reverse engineered an API that they use to pull Finance data, but they are breaking our Terms of Service (no redistribution of Finance data) in doing this so I would encourage you to avoid using these webservices.

At the same time, the URL you've listed can be accessed using the YQL console, though I'm not savvy enough to know how to extract URL parameters with it.

Why is the gets function so dangerous that it should not be used?

I read recently, in a USENET post to comp.lang.c, that gets() is getting removed from the Standard. WOOHOO

You'll be happy to know that the committee just voted (unanimously, as it turns out) to remove gets() from the draft as well.

Writing a pandas DataFrame to CSV file

To write a pandas DataFrame to a CSV file, you will need DataFrame.to_csv. This function offers many arguments with reasonable defaults that you will more often than not need to override to suit your specific use case. For example, you might want to use a different separator, change the datetime format, or drop the index when writing. to_csv has arguments you can pass to address these requirements.

Here's a table listing some common scenarios of writing to CSV files and the corresponding arguments you can use for them.

Write to CSV ma dude

Footnotes

  1. The default separator is assumed to be a comma (','). Don't change this unless you know you need to.
  2. By default, the index of df is written as the first column. If your DataFrame does not have an index (IOW, the df.index is the default RangeIndex), then you will want to set index=False when writing. To explain this in a different way, if your data DOES have an index, you can (and should) use index=True or just leave it out completely (as the default is True).
  3. It would be wise to set this parameter if you are writing string data so that other applications know how to read your data. This will also avoid any potential UnicodeEncodeErrors you might encounter while saving.
  4. Compression is recommended if you are writing large DataFrames (>100K rows) to disk as it will result in much smaller output files. OTOH, it will mean the write time will increase (and consequently, the read time since the file will need to be decompressed).

how to start the tomcat server in linux?

Go to the appropriate subdirectory of the EDQP Tomcat installation directory. The default directories are:

On Linux: /opt/server/tomcat/bin

On Windows: c:\server\tomcat\bin

Run the startup command:

On Linux: ./startup.sh

On Windows: % startup.bat

Run the shutdown command:

On Linux: ./shutdown.sh

On Windows: % shutdown.bat

Cannot inline bytecode built with JVM target 1.8 into bytecode that is being built with JVM target 1.6

If you use Eclipse assuming you downloaded the Kotlin plugin:

Right click project -> Properties -> Kotlin Compiler -> Enable project specific settings -> JVM target version "1.8"

How to print all information from an HTTP request to the screen, in PHP

Putting together answers from Peter Bailey and Cmyker you get something like:

<?php
foreach ($_SERVER as $key => $value) {
    if (strpos($key, 'HTTP_') === 0) {
        $chunks = explode('_', $key);
        $header = '';
        for ($i = 1; $y = sizeof($chunks) - 1, $i < $y; $i++) {
            $header .= ucfirst(strtolower($chunks[$i])).'-';
        }
        $header .= ucfirst(strtolower($chunks[$i])).': '.$value;
        echo $header."\n";
    }
}
$body = file_get_contents('php://input');
if ($body != '') {
  print("\n$body\n\n");
}
?>

which works with the php -S built-in webserver, which is quite a handy feature of PHP.

How to import load a .sql or .csv file into SQLite?

If you are happy to use a (python) script then there is a python script that automates this at: https://github.com/rgrp/csv2sqlite

This will auto-create the table for you as well as do some basic type-guessing and data casting for you (so e.g. it will work out something is a number and set the column type to "real").

Make scrollbars only visible when a Div is hovered over?

If you are only concern about showing/hiding, this code would work just fine:

$("#leftDiv").hover(function(){$(this).css("overflow","scroll");},function(){$(this).css("overflow","hidden");});

However, it might modify some elements in your design, in case you are using width=100%, considering that when you hide the scrollbar, it creates a little bit of more room for your width.

Algorithm to calculate the number of divisors of a given number

This interesting question is much harder than it looks, and it has not been answered. The question can be factored into 2 very different questions.

1 given N, find the list L of N's prime factors

2 given L, calculate number of unique combinations

All answers I see so far refer to #1 and fail to mention it is not tractable for enormous numbers. For moderately sized N, even 64-bit numbers, it is easy; for enormous N, the factoring problem can take "forever". Public key encryption depends on this.

Question #2 needs more discussion. If L contains only unique numbers, it is a simple calculation using the combination formula for choosing k objects from n items. Actually, you need to sum the results from applying the formula while varying k from 1 to sizeof(L). However, L will usually contain multiple occurrences of multiple primes. For example, L = {2,2,2,3,3,5} is the factorization of N = 360. Now this problem is quite difficult!

Restating #2, given collection C containing k items, such that item a has a' duplicates, and item b has b' duplicates, etc. how many unique combinations of 1 to k-1 items are there? For example, {2}, {2,2}, {2,2,2}, {2,3}, {2,2,3,3} must each occur once and only once if L = {2,2,2,3,3,5}. Each such unique sub-collection is a unique divisor of N by multiplying the items in the sub-collection.

Check if a Postgres JSON array contains a string

You could use @> operator to do this something like

SELECT info->>'name'
FROM rabbits
WHERE info->'food' @> '"carrots"';

Schedule automatic daily upload with FileZilla

FileZilla does not have any command line arguments (nor any other way) that allow an automatic transfer.

Some references:


Though you can use any other client that allows automation.

You have not specified, what protocol you are using. FTP or SFTP? You will definitely be able to use WinSCP, as it supports all protocols that FileZilla does (and more).

Combine WinSCP scripting capabilities with Windows Scheduler:

A typical WinSCP script for upload (with SFTP) looks like:

open sftp://user:[email protected]/ -hostkey="ssh-rsa 2048 xxxxxxxxxxx...="
put c:\mypdfs\*.pdf /home/user/
close

With FTP, just replace the sftp:// with the ftp:// and remove the -hostkey="..." switch.


Similarly for download: How to schedule an automatic FTP download on Windows?


WinSCP can even generate a script from an imported FileZilla session.

For details, see the guide to FileZilla automation.

(I'm the author of WinSCP)


Another option, if you are using SFTP, is the psftp.exe client from PuTTY suite.

error: Libtool library used but 'LIBTOOL' is undefined

Fixed it. I needed to run libtoolize in the directory, then re-run:

  • aclocal

  • autoheader

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]

Nodejs send file in response

Here's an example program that will send myfile.mp3 by streaming it from disk (that is, it doesn't read the whole file into memory before sending the file). The server listens on port 2000.

[Update] As mentioned by @Aftershock in the comments, util.pump is gone and was replaced with a method on the Stream prototype called pipe; the code below reflects this.

var http = require('http'),
    fileSystem = require('fs'),
    path = require('path');

http.createServer(function(request, response) {
    var filePath = path.join(__dirname, 'myfile.mp3');
    var stat = fileSystem.statSync(filePath);

    response.writeHead(200, {
        'Content-Type': 'audio/mpeg',
        'Content-Length': stat.size
    });

    var readStream = fileSystem.createReadStream(filePath);
    // We replaced all the event handlers with a simple call to readStream.pipe()
    readStream.pipe(response);
})
.listen(2000);

Taken from http://elegantcode.com/2011/04/06/taking-baby-steps-with-node-js-pumping-data-between-streams/

What type of hash does WordPress use?

For manually resetting the password in Wordpress DB, a simple MD5 hash is sufficient. (see reason below)

To prevent breaking backwards compatibility, MD5-hashed passwords stored in the database are still valid. When a user logs in with such a password, WordPress detects MD5 was used, rehashes the password using the more secure method, and stores the new hash in the database.

Source: http://eamann.com/tech/wordpress-password-hashing/

Update: this was an answer posted in 2014. I don't know if it still works for the latest version of WP since I don't work with WP anymore.

Decimal values in SQL for dividing results

SELECT CAST (col1 as float) / col2 FROM tbl1

One cast should work. ("Less is more.")

From Books Online:

Returns the data type of the argument with the higher precedence. For more information about data type precedence, see Data Type Precedence (Transact-SQL).

If an integer dividend is divided by an integer divisor, the result is an integer that has any fractional part of the result truncated

How to place two divs next to each other?

Float one or both inner divs.

Floating one div:

#wrapper {
    width: 500px;
    border: 1px solid black;
    overflow: hidden; /* will contain if #first is longer than #second */
}
#first {
    width: 300px;
    float:left; /* add this */
    border: 1px solid red;
}
#second {
    border: 1px solid green;
    overflow: hidden; /* if you don't want #second to wrap below #first */
}

or if you float both, you'll need to encourage the wrapper div to contain both the floated children, or it will think it's empty and not put the border around them

Floating both divs:

#wrapper {
    width: 500px;
    border: 1px solid black;
    overflow: hidden; /* add this to contain floated children */
}
#first {
    width: 300px;
    float:left; /* add this */
    border: 1px solid red;
}
#second {
    border: 1px solid green;
    float: left; /* add this */
}

HttpRequest maximum allowable size in tomcat?

The connector section has the parameter

maxPostSize

The maximum size in bytes of the POST which will be handled by the container FORM URL parameter parsing. The limit can be disabled by setting this attribute to a value less than or equal to 0. If not specified, this attribute is set to 2097152 (2 megabytes).

Another Limit is:

maxHttpHeaderSize The maximum size of the request and response HTTP header, specified in bytes. If not specified, this attribute is set to 4096 (4 KB).

You find them in

$TOMCAT_HOME/conf/server.xml

How to find which git branch I am on when my disk is mounted on other server

Our git repo disk is mounted on AIX box to do BUILD.

It sounds like you mounted the drive on which the git repository is stored on another server, and you are asking how to modify that. If that is the case, this is a bad idea.

The build server should have its own copy of the git repository, and it will be locally managed by git on the build server. The build server's repository will be connected to the "main" git repository with a "remote", and you can issue the command git pull to update the local repository on the build server.

If you don't want to go to the trouble of setting up SSH or a gitolite server or something similar, you can use a file path as the "remote" location. So you could continue to mount the Linux server's file system on the build server, but instead of running the build out of that mounted path, clone the repository into another folder and run it from there.

Why doesn't JavaScript support multithreading?

JavaScript multi-threading (with some limitations) is here. Google implemented workers for Gears, and workers are being included with HTML5. Most browsers have already added support for this feature.

Thread-safety of data is guaranteed because all data communicated to/from the worker is serialized/copied.

For more info, read:

http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-workers/current-work/

http://ejohn.org/blog/web-workers/

Use jQuery to change a second select list based on the first select list option

Store all #select2's options in a variable, filter them according to the value of the chosen option in #select1, and set them using .html() in #select2:

var $select1 = $( '#select1' ),
    $select2 = $( '#select2' ),
    $options = $select2.find( 'option' );

$select1.on('change', function() {
    $select2.html($options.filter('[value="' + this.value + '"]'));
}).trigger('change'); 

Here's a fiddle

How to Execute stored procedure from SQL Plus?

You forgot to put z as an bind variable.

The following EXECUTE command runs a PL/SQL statement that references a stored procedure:

SQL> EXECUTE -
> :Z := EMP_SALE.HIRE('JACK','MANAGER','JONES',2990,'SALES')

Note that the value returned by the stored procedure is being return into :Z

Scroll / Jump to id without jQuery

Maybe You should try scrollIntoView.

document.getElementById('id').scrollIntoView();

This will scroll to your Element.

Google Maps: how to get country, state/province/region, city given a lat/long value?

What you are looking for is called reverse geocoding. Google provides a server-side reverse geocoding service through the Google Geocoding API, which you should be able to use for your project.

This is how a response to the following request would look like:

http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json?latlng=40.714224,-73.961452&sensor=false

Response:

{
  "status": "OK",
  "results": [ {
    "types": [ "street_address" ],
    "formatted_address": "275-291 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA",
    "address_components": [ {
      "long_name": "275-291",
      "short_name": "275-291",
      "types": [ "street_number" ]
    }, {
      "long_name": "Bedford Ave",
      "short_name": "Bedford Ave",
      "types": [ "route" ]
    }, {
      "long_name": "New York",
      "short_name": "New York",
      "types": [ "locality", "political" ]
    }, {
      "long_name": "Brooklyn",
      "short_name": "Brooklyn",
      "types": [ "administrative_area_level_3", "political" ]
    }, {
      "long_name": "Kings",
      "short_name": "Kings",
      "types": [ "administrative_area_level_2", "political" ]
    }, {
      "long_name": "New York",
      "short_name": "NY",
      "types": [ "administrative_area_level_1", "political" ]
    }, {
      "long_name": "United States",
      "short_name": "US",
      "types": [ "country", "political" ]
    }, {
      "long_name": "11211",
      "short_name": "11211",
      "types": [ "postal_code" ]
    } ],
    "geometry": {
      "location": {
        "lat": 40.7142298,
        "lng": -73.9614669
      },
      "location_type": "RANGE_INTERPOLATED",
      "viewport": {
        "southwest": {
          "lat": 40.7110822,
          "lng": -73.9646145
        },
        "northeast": {
          "lat": 40.7173774,
          "lng": -73.9583193
        }
      }
    }
  },

  ... Additional results[] ...

You can also opt to receive the response in xml instead of json, by simply substituting json for xml in the request URI:

http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/xml?latlng=40.714224,-73.961452&sensor=false

As far as I know, Google will also return the same name for address components, especially for high-level names like country names and city names. Nevertheless, keep in mind that while the results are very accurate for most applications, you could still find the occasional spelling mistake or ambiguous result.

MongoDB - Update objects in a document's array (nested updating)

There is no way to do this in single query. You have to search the document in first query:

If document exists:

db.bar.update( {user_id : 123456 , "items.item_name" : "my_item_two" } , 
                {$inc : {"items.$.price" : 1} } , 
                false , 
                true);

Else

db.bar.update( {user_id : 123456 } , 
                {$addToSet : {"items" : {'item_name' : "my_item_two" , 'price' : 1 }} } ,
                false , 
                true);

No need to add condition {$ne : "my_item_two" }.

Also in multithreaded enviourment you have to be careful that only one thread can execute the second (insert case, if document did not found) at a time, otherwise duplicate embed documents will be inserted.

A Generic error occurred in GDI+ in Bitmap.Save method

    I used below logic while saving a .png format. This is to ensure the file is already existing or not.. if exist then saving it by adding 1 in the filename

Bitmap btImage = new Bitmap("D:\\Oldfoldername\\filename.png");
    string path="D:\\Newfoldername\\filename.png";
            int Count=0;
                if (System.IO.File.Exists(path))
                {
                    do
                    {
                        path = "D:\\Newfoldername\\filename"+"_"+ ++Count + ".png";                    
                    } while (System.IO.File.Exists(path));
                }

                btImage.Save(path, System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Png);

Example of Mockito's argumentCaptor

Here I am giving you a proper example of one callback method . so suppose we have a method like method login() :

 public void login() {
    loginService = new LoginService();
    loginService.login(loginProvider, new LoginListener() {
        @Override
        public void onLoginSuccess() {
            loginService.getresult(true);
        }

        @Override
        public void onLoginFaliure() {
            loginService.getresult(false);

        }
    });
    System.out.print("@@##### get called");
}

I also put all the helper class here to make the example more clear: loginService class

public class LoginService implements Login.getresult{
public void login(LoginProvider loginProvider,LoginListener callback){

    String username  = loginProvider.getUsername();
    String pwd  = loginProvider.getPassword();
    if(username != null && pwd != null){
        callback.onLoginSuccess();
    }else{
        callback.onLoginFaliure();
    }

}

@Override
public void getresult(boolean value) {
    System.out.print("login success"+value);
}}

and we have listener LoginListener as :

interface LoginListener {
void onLoginSuccess();

void onLoginFaliure();

}

now I just wanted to test the method login() of class Login

 @Test
public void loginTest() throws Exception {
    LoginService service = mock(LoginService.class);
    LoginProvider provider = mock(LoginProvider.class);
    whenNew(LoginProvider.class).withNoArguments().thenReturn(provider);
    whenNew(LoginService.class).withNoArguments().thenReturn(service);
    when(provider.getPassword()).thenReturn("pwd");
    when(provider.getUsername()).thenReturn("username");
    login.getLoginDetail("username","password");

    verify(provider).setPassword("password");
    verify(provider).setUsername("username");

    verify(service).login(eq(provider),captor.capture());

    LoginListener listener = captor.getValue();

    listener.onLoginSuccess();

    verify(service).getresult(true);

also dont forget to add annotation above the test class as

@RunWith(PowerMockRunner.class)
@PrepareForTest(Login.class)

add elements to object array

You can't. However, you can replace the array with a new one which contains the extra element.

But it is easier and gives better performance to use an List<T> (uses interface IList) for this. List<T> does not resize the array every time you add an item - instead it doubles it when needed.

Try:

class Student
{
    IList<Subject> subjects = new List<Subject>();
}

class Subject
{
    string Name;
    string referenceBook;
}

Now you can say:

someStudent.subjects.Add(new Subject());