Programs & Examples On #Dgml

DGML is an XML-based file format for directed graphs.

Parse JSON in C#

Thank you all for your help. This is my final version, and it works thanks to your combined help ! I am only showing the changes i made, all the rest is taken from Joe Chung's work

public class GoogleSearchResults
    {
        [DataMember]
        public ResponseData responseData { get; set; }

        [DataMember]
        public string responseDetails { get; set; }

        [DataMember]
        public int responseStatus { get; set; }
    }

and

 [DataContract]
    public class ResponseData
    {
        [DataMember]
        public List<Results> results { get; set; }
    }

How to update Xcode from command line

Hello I solved it like this:

Install Application> Xcode.app> Contents> Resources> Packages> XcodeSystemResources.pkg.

Is there a workaround for ORA-01795: maximum number of expressions in a list is 1000 error?

I ran into this issue recently and figured out a cheeky way of doing it without stringing together additional IN clauses

You could make use of Tuples

SELECT field1, field2, field3
FROM table1
WHERE (1, name) IN ((1, value1), (1, value2), (1, value3),.....(1, value5000));

Oracle does allow >1000 Tuples but not simple values. More on this here,

https://community.oracle.com/message/3515498#3515498
and
https://community.oracle.com/thread/958612

This is of course if you don't have the option of using a subquery inside IN to get the values you need from a temp table.

Importing .py files in Google Colab

A easy way is

  1. type in from google.colab import files uploaded = files.upload()
  2. copy the code
  3. paste in colab cell

Efficient method to generate UUID String in JAVA (UUID.randomUUID().toString() without the dashes)

This does it:

public static void main(String[] args) {
    final String uuid = UUID.randomUUID().toString().replace("-", "");
    System.out.println("uuid = " + uuid);
}

Split array into chunks

I think this a nice recursive solution with ES6 syntax:

_x000D_
_x000D_
const chunk = function(array, size) {_x000D_
  if (!array.length) {_x000D_
    return [];_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  const head = array.slice(0, size);_x000D_
  const tail = array.slice(size);_x000D_
_x000D_
  return [head, ...chunk(tail, size)];_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(chunk([1,2,3], 2));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

SpringMVC RequestMapping for GET parameters

Use @RequestParam in your method arguments so Spring can bind them, also use the @RequestMapping.params array to narrow the method that will be used by spring. Sample code:

@RequestMapping("/userGrid", 
params = {"_search", "nd", "rows", "page", "sidx", "sort"})
public @ResponseBody GridModel getUsersForGrid(
@RequestParam(value = "_search") String search, 
@RequestParam(value = "nd") int nd, 
@RequestParam(value = "rows") int rows, 
@RequestParam(value = "page") int page, 
@RequestParam(value = "sidx") int sidx, 
@RequestParam(value = "sort") Sort sort) {
// Stuff here
}

This way Spring will only execute this method if ALL PARAMETERS are present saving you from null checking and related stuff.

PHP/MySQL Insert null values

I think you need quotes around your {$row['null_field']}, so '{$row['null_field']}'

If you don't have the quotes, you'll occasionally end up with an insert statement that looks like this: insert into table2 (f1, f2) values ('val1',) which is a syntax error.

If that is a numeric field, you will have to do some testing above it, and if there is no value in null_field, explicitly set it to null..

What is the point of the diamond operator (<>) in Java 7?

The point for diamond operator is simply to reduce typing of code when declaring generic types. It doesn't have any effect on runtime whatsoever.

The only difference if you specify in Java 5 and 6,

List<String> list = new ArrayList();

is that you have to specify @SuppressWarnings("unchecked") to the list (otherwise you will get an unchecked cast warning). My understanding is that diamond operator is trying to make development easier. It's got nothing to do on runtime execution of generics at all.

SQL Error with Order By in Subquery

A subquery (nested view) as you have it returns a dataset that you can then order in your calling query. Ordering the subquery itself will make no (reliable) difference to the order of the results in your calling query.

As for your SQL itself: a) I seen no reason for an order by as you are returning a single value. b) I see no reason for the sub query anyway as you are only returning a single value.

I'm guessing there is a lot more information here that you might want to tell us in order to fix the problem you have.

How are SSL certificate server names resolved/Can I add alternative names using keytool?

How host name verification should be done is defined in RFC 6125, which is quite recent and generalises the practice to all protocols, and replaces RFC 2818, which was specific to HTTPS. (I'm not even sure Java 7 uses RFC 6125, which might be too recent for this.)

From RFC 2818 (Section 3.1):

If a subjectAltName extension of type dNSName is present, that MUST be used as the identity. Otherwise, the (most specific) Common Name field in the Subject field of the certificate MUST be used. Although the use of the Common Name is existing practice, it is deprecated and Certification Authorities are encouraged to use the dNSName instead.

[...]

In some cases, the URI is specified as an IP address rather than a hostname. In this case, the iPAddress subjectAltName must be present in the certificate and must exactly match the IP in the URI.

Essentially, the specific problem you have comes from the fact that you're using IP addresses in your CN and not a host name. Some browsers might work because not all tools follow this specification strictly, in particular because "most specific" in RFC 2818 isn't clearly defined (see discussions in RFC 6215).

If you're using keytool, as of Java 7, keytool has an option to include a Subject Alternative Name (see the table in the documentation for -ext): you could use -ext san=dns:www.example.com or -ext san=ip:10.0.0.1.

EDIT:

You can request a SAN in OpenSSL by changing openssl.cnf (it will pick the copy in the current directory if you don't want to edit the global configuration, as far as I remember, or you can choose an explicit location using the OPENSSL_CONF environment variable).

Set the following options (find the appropriate sections within brackets first):

[req]
req_extensions = v3_req

[ v3_req ]
subjectAltName=IP:10.0.0.1
# or subjectAltName=DNS:www.example.com

There's also a nice trick to use an environment variable for this (rather in than fixing it in a configuration file) here: http://www.crsr.net/Notes/SSL.html

How to copy data to clipboard in C#

There are two classes that lives in different assemblies and different namespaces.

  • WinForms: use following namespace declaration, make sure Main is marked with [STAThread] attribute:

    using System.Windows.Forms;
    
  • WPF: use following namespace declaration

    using System.Windows;
    
  • console: add reference to System.Windows.Forms, use following namespace declaration, make sure Main is marked with [STAThread] attribute. Step-by-step guide in another answer

    using System.Windows.Forms;
    

To copy an exact string (literal in this case):

Clipboard.SetText("Hello, clipboard");

To copy the contents of a textbox either use TextBox.Copy() or get text first and then set clipboard value:

Clipboard.SetText(txtClipboard.Text);

See here for an example. Or... Official MSDN documentation or Here for WPF.


Remarks:

How to get primary key of table?

Shortest possible code seems to be something like

// $dblink contain database login details 
// $tblName the current table name 
$r = mysqli_fetch_assoc(mysqli_query($dblink, "SHOW KEYS FROM $tblName WHERE Key_name = 'PRIMARY'")); 
$iColName = $r['Column_name']; 

How to make a script wait for a pressed key?

If you are ok with depending on system commands you can use the following:

Linux and Mac OS X:

import os
os.system('read -s -n 1 -p "Press any key to continue..."')
print()

Windows:

import os
os.system("pause")

Android Studio - Auto complete and other features not working

I had the same problem for a while now. Until I searched through the Android Studio site and bumped with the introduction. Then I found how to activate (I think) the autocomplete feature. It says press Control+Space and when I did, it worked.

How to get the last character of a string in a shell?

I know this is a very old thread, but no one mentioned which to me is the cleanest answer:

echo -n $str | tail -c 1

Note the -n is just so the echo doesn't include a newline at the end.

What does "-ne" mean in bash?

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

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

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

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

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

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

You can also find bash documentation on the web.

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

Windows batch - concatenate multiple text files into one

cat "input files" > "output files"

This works in PowerShell, which is the Windows preferred shell in current Windows versions, therefore it works. It is also the only version of the answers above to work with large files, where 'type' or 'copy' fails.

Maven parent pom vs modules pom

  1. An independent parent is the best practice for sharing configuration and options across otherwise uncoupled components. Apache has a parent pom project to share legal notices and some common packaging options.

  2. If your top-level project has real work in it, such as aggregating javadoc or packaging a release, then you will have conflicts between the settings needed to do that work and the settings you want to share out via parent. A parent-only project avoids that.

  3. A common pattern (ignoring #1 for the moment) is have the projects-with-code use a parent project as their parent, and have it use the top-level as a parent. This allows core things to be shared by all, but avoids the problem described in #2.

  4. The site plugin will get very confused if the parent structure is not the same as the directory structure. If you want to build an aggregate site, you'll need to do some fiddling to get around this.

  5. Apache CXF is an example the pattern in #2.

Using a Loop to add objects to a list(python)

The problem appears to be that you are reinitializing the list to an empty list in each iteration:

while choice != 0:
    ...
    a = []
    a.append(s)

Try moving the initialization above the loop so that it is executed only once.

a = []
while choice != 0:
    ...
    a.append(s)

Is there any way to kill a Thread?

It is better if you don't kill a thread. A way could be to introduce a "try" block into the thread's cycle and to throw an exception when you want to stop the thread (for example a break/return/... that stops your for/while/...). I've used this on my app and it works...

What is Model in ModelAndView from Spring MVC?

ModelAndView: The name itself explains it is data structure which contains Model and View data.

Map() model=new HashMap(); 
model.put("key.name", "key.value");
new ModelAndView("view.name", model);

// or as follows

ModelAndView mav = new ModelAndView();
mav.setViewName("view.name");
mav.addObject("key.name", "key.value");

if model contains only single value, we can write as follows:

ModelAndView("view.name","key.name", "key.value");

ECMAScript 6 arrow function that returns an object

If the body of the arrow function is wrapped in curly braces, it is not implicitly returned. Wrap the object in parentheses. It would look something like this.

p => ({ foo: 'bar' })

By wrapping the body in parens, the function will return { foo: 'bar }.

Hopefully, that solves your problem. If not, I recently wrote an article about Arrow functions which covers it in more detail. I hope you find it useful. Javascript Arrow Functions

warning: Insecure world writable dir /usr/local/bin in PATH, mode 040777

Same here, apparently my /usr/local folder was world writable so I made it 755

# chmod 755 /usr/local

It also appeared that a Hauwei mobile dongle I had used had installed world writeable directories in /usr/local as well

How can I get the file name from request.FILES?

file = request.FILES['filename']
file.name           # Gives name
file.content_type   # Gives Content type text/html etc
file.size           # Gives file's size in byte
file.read()         # Reads file

What can <f:metadata>, <f:viewParam> and <f:viewAction> be used for?

Process GET parameters

The <f:viewParam> manages the setting, conversion and validation of GET parameters. It's like the <h:inputText>, but then for GET parameters.

The following example

<f:metadata>
    <f:viewParam name="id" value="#{bean.id}" />
</f:metadata>

does basically the following:

  • Get the request parameter value by name id.
  • Convert and validate it if necessary (you can use required, validator and converter attributes and nest a <f:converter> and <f:validator> in it like as with <h:inputText>)
  • If conversion and validation succeeds, then set it as a bean property represented by #{bean.id} value, or if the value attribute is absent, then set it as request attribtue on name id so that it's available by #{id} in the view.

So when you open the page as foo.xhtml?id=10 then the parameter value 10 get set in the bean this way, right before the view is rendered.

As to validation, the following example sets the param to required="true" and allows only values between 10 and 20. Any validation failure will result in a message being displayed.

<f:metadata>
    <f:viewParam id="id" name="id" value="#{bean.id}" required="true">
        <f:validateLongRange minimum="10" maximum="20" />
    </f:viewParam>
</f:metadata>
<h:message for="id" />

Performing business action on GET parameters

You can use the <f:viewAction> for this.

<f:metadata>
    <f:viewParam id="id" name="id" value="#{bean.id}" required="true">
        <f:validateLongRange minimum="10" maximum="20" />
    </f:viewParam>
    <f:viewAction action="#{bean.onload}" />
</f:metadata>
<h:message for="id" />

with

public void onload() {
    // ...
}

The <f:viewAction> is however new since JSF 2.2 (the <f:viewParam> already exists since JSF 2.0). If you can't upgrade, then your best bet is using <f:event> instead.

<f:event type="preRenderView" listener="#{bean.onload}" />

This is however invoked on every request. You need to explicitly check if the request isn't a postback:

public void onload() {
    if (!FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().isPostback()) {
        // ...
    }
}

When you would like to skip "Conversion/Validation failed" cases as well, then do as follows:

public void onload() {
    FacesContext facesContext = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();
    if (!facesContext.isPostback() && !facesContext.isValidationFailed()) {
        // ...
    }
}

Using <f:event> this way is in essence a workaround/hack, that's exactly why the <f:viewAction> was introduced in JSF 2.2.


Pass view parameters to next view

You can "pass-through" the view parameters in navigation links by setting includeViewParams attribute to true or by adding includeViewParams=true request parameter.

<h:link outcome="next" includeViewParams="true">
<!-- Or -->
<h:link outcome="next?includeViewParams=true">

which generates with the above <f:metadata> example basically the following link

<a href="next.xhtml?id=10">

with the original parameter value.

This approach only requires that next.xhtml has also a <f:viewParam> on the very same parameter, otherwise it won't be passed through.


Use GET forms in JSF

The <f:viewParam> can also be used in combination with "plain HTML" GET forms.

<f:metadata>
    <f:viewParam id="query" name="query" value="#{bean.query}" />
    <f:viewAction action="#{bean.search}" />
</f:metadata>
...
<form>
    <label for="query">Query</label>
    <input type="text" name="query" value="#{empty bean.query ? param.query : bean.query}" />
    <input type="submit" value="Search" />
    <h:message for="query" />
</form>
...
<h:dataTable value="#{bean.results}" var="result" rendered="#{not empty bean.results}">
     ...
</h:dataTable>

With basically this @RequestScoped bean:

private String query;
private List<Result> results;

public void search() {
    results = service.search(query);
}

Note that the <h:message> is for the <f:viewParam>, not the plain HTML <input type="text">! Also note that the input value displays #{param.query} when #{bean.query} is empty, because the submitted value would otherwise not show up at all when there's a validation or conversion error. Please note that this construct is invalid for JSF input components (it is doing that "under the covers" already).


See also:

T-SQL loop over query results

DECLARE @id INT
DECLARE @name NVARCHAR(100)
DECLARE @getid CURSOR

SET @getid = CURSOR FOR
SELECT table.id,
       table.name
FROM   table

WHILE 1=1
BEGIN

    FETCH NEXT
    FROM @getid INTO @id, @name
    IF @@FETCH_STATUS < 0 BREAK

    EXEC stored_proc @varName=@id, @otherVarName='test', @varForName=@name

END

CLOSE @getid
DEALLOCATE @getid

while EOF in JAVA?

The problem is that you're reading nextLine() on the while loop and THEN reading it to a variable. Not only are you getting every 2nd line printed out you're opening yourself to the exception being thrown. An example:

File:

Hello,
Blah blah blah,
Sincerely,
CapnStank
PS. Something something

On first iteration through the loop. The check on while will consume the "Hello," as not equal to null. Inside the loop body you'll see Blah blah blah, printed to the System.

The process will repeat with Sincerely, being consumed and Capnstank printing out.

Finally the while will consume the "PS" line while the String line = fileReader.nextLine() retreives an exception from the file because there's nothing further to read.

To resolve the issue:

String line = fileReader.nextLine();

while (line != null) {
  System.out.println(line);
  line = fileReader.nextLine();
}

Remove duplicates from a list of objects based on property in Java 8

If you can make use of equals, then filter the list by using distinct within a stream (see answers above). If you can not or don't want to override the equals method, you can filter the stream in the following way for any property, e.g. for the property Name (the same for the property Id etc.):

Set<String> nameSet = new HashSet<>();
List<Employee> employeesDistinctByName = employees.stream()
            .filter(e -> nameSet.add(e.getName()))
            .collect(Collectors.toList());

Visual Studio keyboard shortcut to automatically add the needed 'using' statement

It's ctrl + . when, for example, you try to type List you need to type < at the end and press ctrl + . for it to work.

read input separated by whitespace(s) or newline...?

the user pressing enter or spaces is the same.

int count = 5;
int list[count]; // array of known length
cout << "enter the sequence of " << count << " numbers space separated: ";
// user inputs values space separated in one line.  Inputs more than the count are discarded.
for (int i=0; i<count; i++) {
    cin >> list[i];
}

Inner join of DataTables in C#

this function will join 2 tables with a known join field, but this cannot allow 2 fields with the same name on both tables except the join field, a simple modification would be to save a dictionary with a counter and just add number to the same name filds.

public static DataTable JoinDataTable(DataTable dataTable1, DataTable dataTable2, string joinField)
{
    var dt = new DataTable();
    var joinTable = from t1 in dataTable1.AsEnumerable()
                            join t2 in dataTable2.AsEnumerable()
                                on t1[joinField] equals t2[joinField]
                            select new { t1, t2 };

    foreach (DataColumn col in dataTable1.Columns)
        dt.Columns.Add(col.ColumnName, typeof(string));

    dt.Columns.Remove(joinField);

    foreach (DataColumn col in dataTable2.Columns)
        dt.Columns.Add(col.ColumnName, typeof(string));

    foreach (var row in joinTable)
    {
        var newRow = dt.NewRow();
        newRow.ItemArray = row.t1.ItemArray.Union(row.t2.ItemArray).ToArray();
        dt.Rows.Add(newRow);
    }
    return dt;
}

How to list installed packages from a given repo using yum

Try

yum list installed | grep reponame

On one of my servers:

yum list installed | grep remi
ImageMagick2.x86_64                       6.6.5.10-1.el5.remi          installed
memcache.x86_64                          1.4.5-2.el5.remi             installed
mysql.x86_64                              5.1.54-1.el5.remi            installed
mysql-devel.x86_64                        5.1.54-1.el5.remi            installed
mysql-libs.x86_64                         5.1.54-1.el5.remi            installed
mysql-server.x86_64                       5.1.54-1.el5.remi            installed
mysqlclient15.x86_64                      5.0.67-1.el5.remi            installed
php.x86_64                                5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-cli.x86_64                            5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-common.x86_64                         5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-domxml-php4-php5.noarch               1.21.2-1.el5.remi            installed
php-fpm.x86_64                            5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-gd.x86_64                             5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-mbstring.x86_64                       5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-mcrypt.x86_64                         5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-mysql.x86_64                          5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-pdo.x86_64                            5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-pear.noarch                           1:1.9.1-6.el5.remi           installed
php-pecl-apc.x86_64                       3.1.6-1.el5.remi             installed
php-pecl-imagick.x86_64                   3.0.1-1.el5.remi.1           installed
php-pecl-memcache.x86_64                  3.0.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-pecl-xdebug.x86_64                    2.1.0-1.el5.remi             installed
php-soap.x86_64                           5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
php-xml.x86_64                            5.3.5-1.el5.remi             installed
remi-release.noarch                       5-8.el5.remi                 installed

It works.

How should strace be used?

Strace Overview
strace can be seen as a light weight debugger. It allows a programmer / user to quickly find out how a program is interacting with the OS. It does this by monitoring system calls and signals.

Uses
Good for when you don't have source code or don't want to be bothered to really go through it.
Also, useful for your own code if you don't feel like opening up GDB, but are just interested in understanding external interaction.

A good little introduction
I ran into this intro to strace use just the other day: strace hello world

convert string to specific datetime format?

  <%= string_to_datetime("2011-05-19 10:30:14") %>

  def string_to_datetime(string,format="%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S")
    DateTime.strptime(string, format).to_time unless string.blank?
  end

In STL maps, is it better to use map::insert than []?

If your application is speed critical i will advice using [] operator because it creates total 3 copies of the original object out of which 2 are temporary objects and sooner or later destroyed as.

But in insert(), 4 copies of the original object are created out of which 3 are temporary objects( not necessarily "temporaries") and are destroyed.

Which means extra time for: 1. One objects memory allocation 2. One extra constructor call 3. One extra destructor call 4. One objects memory deallocation

If your objects are large, constructors are typical, destructors do a lot of resource freeing, above points count even more. Regarding readability, i think both are fair enough.

The same question came into my mind but not over readability but speed. Here is a sample code through which I came to know about the point i mentioned.

class Sample
{
    static int _noOfObjects;

    int _objectNo;
public:
    Sample() :
        _objectNo( _noOfObjects++ )
    {
        std::cout<<"Inside default constructor of object "<<_objectNo<<std::endl;
    }

    Sample( const Sample& sample) :
    _objectNo( _noOfObjects++ )
    {
        std::cout<<"Inside copy constructor of object "<<_objectNo<<std::endl;
    }

    ~Sample()
    {
        std::cout<<"Destroying object "<<_objectNo<<std::endl;
    }
};
int Sample::_noOfObjects = 0;


int main(int argc, char* argv[])
{
    Sample sample;
    std::map<int,Sample> map;

    map.insert( std::make_pair<int,Sample>( 1, sample) );
    //map[1] = sample;
    return 0;
}

Output when insert() is used Output when [] operator is used

How to permanently add a private key with ssh-add on Ubuntu?

This worked for me.

ssh-agent /bin/sh
ssh-add /path/to/your/key

Unable to create migrations after upgrading to ASP.NET Core 2.0

Something that really helped me was this article: https://elanderson.net/2017/09/unable-to-create-an-object-of-type-applicationdbcontext-add-an-implementation-of-idesigntimedbcontextfactory/

The basic idea is that in the change over from .net core 1 to 2 all db initialization should be moved out of the StartUp.cs and into the Program.cs. Otherwise the EF tasks try and run your DB inits when doing tasks.

"There is a nice section in the official migration docs (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ef/core/miscellaneous/1x-2x-upgrade) titled “Move database initialization code” which I seemed to have missed. So before you head down any rabbit holes like I did make sure this isn’t what is causing your need to add an implementation of IdesignTimeDbContextFactory."

Can a foreign key refer to a primary key in the same table?

Other answers have given clear enough examples of a record referencing another record in the same table.

There are even valid use cases for a record referencing itself in the same table. For example, a point of sale system accepting many tenders may need to know which tender to use for change when the payment is not the exact value of the sale. For many tenders that's the same tender, for others that's domestic cash, for yet other tenders, no form of change is allowed.

All this can be pretty elegantly represented with a single tender attribute which is a foreign key referencing the primary key of the same table, and whose values sometimes match the respective primary key of same record. In this example, the absence of value (also known as NULL value) might be needed to represent an unrelated meaning: this tender can only be used at its full value.

Popular relational database management systems support this use case smoothly.

Take-aways:

  1. When inserting a record, the foreign key reference is verified to be present after the insert, rather than before the insert.

  2. When inserting multiple records with a single statement, the order in which the records are inserted matters. The constraints are checked for each record separately.

  3. Certain other data patterns, such as those involving circular dependences on record level going through two or more tables, cannot be purely inserted at all, or at least not with all the foreign keys enabled, and they have to be established using a combination of inserts and updates (if they are truly necessary).

General error: 1364 Field 'user_id' doesn't have a default value

It's seems flaw's in your database structure. Keep default value None to your title and body column.

Try this:

$user_login_id = auth()->id();
Post::create(request([
        'body' => request('body'),
        'title' => request('title'),
        'user_id' => $user_login_id
    ]));

How to get Device Information in Android

Try this:

// Code For IMEI AND IMSI NUMBER

String serviceName = Context.TELEPHONY_SERVICE;
TelephonyManager m_telephonyManager = (TelephonyManager) getSystemService(serviceName);
String IMEI,IMSI;
IMEI = m_telephonyManager.getDeviceId();
IMSI = m_telephonyManager.getSubscriberId();

How to Use Content-disposition for force a file to download to the hard drive?

On the HTTP Response where you are returning the PDF file, ensure the content disposition header looks like:

Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=quot.pdf;

See content-disposition on the wikipedia MIME page.

Is there a way to view past mysql queries with phpmyadmin?

I am using phpMyAdmin Server version: 5.1.41.

It offers possibility for view sql history through phpmyadmin.pma_history table.

You can search your query in this table.

pma_history table has below structure:

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C++ equivalent of Java's toString?

You can also do it this way, allowing polymorphism:

class Base {
public:
   virtual std::ostream& dump(std::ostream& o) const {
      return o << "Base: " << b << "; ";
   }
private:
  int b;
};

class Derived : public Base {
public:
   virtual std::ostream& dump(std::ostream& o) const {
      return o << "Derived: " << d << "; ";
   }
private:
   int d;
}

std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& o, const Base& b) { return b.dump(o); }

Chmod recursively

You can use chmod with the X mode letter (the capital X) to set the executable flag only for directories.

In the example below the executable flag is cleared and then set for all directories recursively:

~$ mkdir foo
~$ mkdir foo/bar
~$ mkdir foo/baz
~$ touch foo/x
~$ touch foo/y

~$ chmod -R go-X foo 
~$ ls -l foo
total 8
drwxrw-r-- 2 wq wq 4096 Nov 14 15:31 bar
drwxrw-r-- 2 wq wq 4096 Nov 14 15:31 baz
-rw-rw-r-- 1 wq wq    0 Nov 14 15:31 x
-rw-rw-r-- 1 wq wq    0 Nov 14 15:31 y

~$ chmod -R go+X foo 
~$ ls -l foo
total 8
drwxrwxr-x 2 wq wq 4096 Nov 14 15:31 bar
drwxrwxr-x 2 wq wq 4096 Nov 14 15:31 baz
-rw-rw-r-- 1 wq wq    0 Nov 14 15:31 x
-rw-rw-r-- 1 wq wq    0 Nov 14 15:31 y

A bit of explaination:

  • chmod -x foo - clear the eXecutable flag for foo
  • chmod +x foo - set the eXecutable flag for foo
  • chmod go+x foo - same as above, but set the flag only for Group and Other users, don't touch the User (owner) permission
  • chmod go+X foo - same as above, but apply only to directories, don't touch files
  • chmod -R go+X foo - same as above, but do this Recursively for all subdirectories of foo

Match at every second occurrence

There's no "direct" way of doing so but you can specify the pattern twice as in: a[^a]*a that match up to the second "a".

The alternative is to use your programming language (perl? C#? ...) to match the first occurence and then the second one.

EDIT: I've seen other responded using the "non-greedy" operators which might be a good way to go, assuming you have them in your regex library!

"Debug only" code that should run only when "turned on"

What you're looking for is

[ConditionalAttribute("DEBUG")]

attribute.

If you for instance write a method like :

[ConditionalAttribute("DEBUG")]
public static void MyLovelyDebugInfoMethod(string message)
{
    Console.WriteLine("This message was brought to you by your debugger : ");
    Console.WriteLine(message);
}

any call you make to this method inside your own code will only be executed in debug mode. If you build your project in release mode, even call to the "MyLovelyDebugInfoMethod" will be ignored and dumped out of your binary.

Oh and one more thing if you're trying to determine whether or not your code is currently being debugged at the execution moment, it is also possible to check if the current process is hooked by a JIT. But this is all together another case. Post a comment if this is what you2re trying to do.

rails 3 validation on uniqueness on multiple attributes

Multiple Scope Parameters:

class TeacherSchedule < ActiveRecord::Base
  validates_uniqueness_of :teacher_id, :scope => [:semester_id, :class_id]
end

http://apidock.com/rails/ActiveRecord/Validations/ClassMethods/validates_uniqueness_of

This should answer Greg's question.

passing argument to DialogFragment

I used to send some values from my listview

How to send

mListview.setOnItemLongClickListener(new AdapterView.OnItemLongClickListener() {
        @Override
        public boolean onItemLongClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {
            Favorite clickedObj = (Favorite) parent.getItemAtPosition(position);

            Bundle args = new Bundle();
            args.putString("tar_name", clickedObj.getNameTarife());
            args.putString("fav_name", clickedObj.getName());

            FragmentManager fragmentManager = getSupportFragmentManager();
            TarifeDetayPopup userPopUp = new TarifeDetayPopup();
            userPopUp.setArguments(args);
            userPopUp.show(fragmentManager, "sam");

            return false;
        }
    });

How to receive inside onCreate() method of DialogFragment

    Bundle mArgs = getArguments();
    String nameTrife = mArgs.getString("tar_name");
    String nameFav = mArgs.getString("fav_name");
    String name = "";

// Kotlin upload

 val fm = supportFragmentManager
        val dialogFragment = AddProgFargmentDialog() // my custom FargmentDialog
        var args: Bundle? = null
        args?.putString("title", model.title);
        dialogFragment.setArguments(args)
        dialogFragment.show(fm, "Sample Fragment")

// receive

 override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState)
        if (getArguments() != null) {
            val mArgs = arguments
            var myDay= mArgs.getString("title")
        }
    }

Can't install nuget package because of "Failed to initialize the PowerShell host"

Apparently there is a Powershell bug in Windows 10 version 1511.

None of the fixes listed here worked for me. (or only worked temporarily)

I fixed it (both in VS2013 and VS2015) by installing version 1607. It can be downloaded here: Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

Nuget issue: https://github.com/NuGet/Home/issues/3352

How to get first 5 characters from string

You can use the substr function like this:

echo substr($myStr, 0, 5);

The second argument to substr is from what position what you want to start and third arguments is for how many characters you want to return.

How can I get the size of an std::vector as an int?

In the first two cases, you simply forgot to actually call the member function (!, it's not a value) std::vector<int>::size like this:

#include <vector>

int main () {
    std::vector<int> v;
    auto size = v.size();
}

Your third call

int size = v.size();

triggers a warning, as not every return value of that function (usually a 64 bit unsigned int) can be represented as a 32 bit signed int.

int size = static_cast<int>(v.size());

would always compile cleanly and also explicitly states that your conversion from std::vector::size_type to int was intended.

Note that if the size of the vector is greater than the biggest number an int can represent, size will contain an implementation defined (de facto garbage) value.

How to iterate through range of Dates in Java?

Well, you could do something like this using Java 8's time-API, for this problem specifically java.time.LocalDate (or the equivalent Joda Time classes for Java 7 and older)

for (LocalDate date = startDate; date.isBefore(endDate); date = date.plusDays(1))
{
    ...
}

I would thoroughly recommend using java.time (or Joda Time) over the built-in Date/Calendar classes.

React Js: Uncaught (in promise) SyntaxError: Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0

Add two headers Content-Type and Accept to be equal to application/json.

handleGetJson(){
  console.log("inside handleGetJson");
  fetch(`./fr.json`, {
      headers : { 
        'Content-Type': 'application/json',
        'Accept': 'application/json'
       }

    })
    .then((response) => response.json())
    .then((messages) => {console.log("messages");});
}

How to rename uploaded file before saving it into a directory?

The move_uploaded_file will return false if the file was not successfully moved you can put something into your code to alert you in a log if that happens, that should help you figure out why your having trouble renaming the file

How to execute an SSIS package from .NET?

Here's how do to it with the SSDB catalog that was introduced with SQL Server 2012...

using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Collections.ObjectModel;
using System.Data.SqlClient;

using Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.IntegrationServices;

public List<string> ExecutePackage(string folder, string project, string package)
{
    // Connection to the database server where the packages are located
    SqlConnection ssisConnection = new SqlConnection(@"Data Source=.\SQL2012;Initial Catalog=master;Integrated Security=SSPI;");

    // SSIS server object with connection
    IntegrationServices ssisServer = new IntegrationServices(ssisConnection);

    // The reference to the package which you want to execute
    PackageInfo ssisPackage = ssisServer.Catalogs["SSISDB"].Folders[folder].Projects[project].Packages[package];

    // Add a parameter collection for 'system' parameters (ObjectType = 50), package parameters (ObjectType = 30) and project parameters (ObjectType = 20)
    Collection<PackageInfo.ExecutionValueParameterSet> executionParameter = new Collection<PackageInfo.ExecutionValueParameterSet>();

    // Add execution parameter (value) to override the default asynchronized execution. If you leave this out the package is executed asynchronized
    executionParameter.Add(new PackageInfo.ExecutionValueParameterSet { ObjectType = 50, ParameterName = "SYNCHRONIZED", ParameterValue = 1 });

    // Add execution parameter (value) to override the default logging level (0=None, 1=Basic, 2=Performance, 3=Verbose)
    executionParameter.Add(new PackageInfo.ExecutionValueParameterSet { ObjectType = 50, ParameterName = "LOGGING_LEVEL", ParameterValue = 3 });

    // Add a project parameter (value) to fill a project parameter
    executionParameter.Add(new PackageInfo.ExecutionValueParameterSet { ObjectType = 20, ParameterName = "MyProjectParameter", ParameterValue = "some value" });

    // Add a project package (value) to fill a package parameter
    executionParameter.Add(new PackageInfo.ExecutionValueParameterSet { ObjectType = 30, ParameterName = "MyPackageParameter", ParameterValue = "some value" });

    // Get the identifier of the execution to get the log
    long executionIdentifier = ssisPackage.Execute(false, null, executionParameter);

    // Loop through the log and do something with it like adding to a list
    var messages = new List<string>();
    foreach (OperationMessage message in ssisServer.Catalogs["SSISDB"].Executions[executionIdentifier].Messages)
    {
        messages.Add(message.MessageType + ": " + message.Message);
    }

    return messages;
}

The code is a slight adaptation of http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/21978.execute-ssis-2012-package-with-parameters-via-net.aspx?CommentPosted=true#commentmessage

There is also a similar article at http://domwritescode.com/2014/05/15/project-deployment-model-changes/

numpy.where() detailed, step-by-step explanation / examples

Here is a little more fun. I've found that very often NumPy does exactly what I wish it would do - sometimes it's faster for me to just try things than it is to read the docs. Actually a mixture of both is best.

I think your answer is fine (and it's OK to accept it if you like). This is just "extra".

import numpy as np

a = np.arange(4,10).reshape(2,3)

wh = np.where(a>7)
gt = a>7
x  = np.where(gt)

print "wh: ", wh
print "gt: ", gt
print "x:  ", x

gives:

wh:  (array([1, 1]), array([1, 2]))
gt:  [[False False False]
      [False  True  True]]
x:   (array([1, 1]), array([1, 2]))

... but:

print "a[wh]: ", a[wh]
print "a[gt]  ", a[gt]
print "a[x]:  ", a[x]

gives:

a[wh]:  [8 9]
a[gt]   [8 9]
a[x]:   [8 9]

document.getElementById('btnid').disabled is not working in firefox and chrome

use setAttribute() and removeAttribute()

function disbtn(e) { 
    if ( someCondition == true ) {
       document.getElementById('btn1').setAttribute("disabled","disabled");
    } else {
       document.getElementById('btn1').removeAttribute("disabled");
    }
}

SEE DEMO

What's the best/easiest GUI Library for Ruby?

I've had some very good experience with Qt, so I would definitely recommend it.

You should be ware of the licensing model though. If you're developing an open source application, you can use the open-source licensed version free of charge. If you're developing a commercial application, you'll have to pay license fees. And you can't develop in the open source one and then switch the license to commercial before you start selling.

P.S. I just had a quick look at shoes. I really like the declarative definitions of the UI elements, so that's definitely worth investigating...

How can I use random numbers in groovy?

For example, let's say that you want to create a random number between 50 and 60, you can use one of the following methods.

new Random().nextInt()%6 +55

new Random().nextInt()%6 returns a value between -5 and 5. and when you add it to 55 you can get values between 50 and 60

Second method:

Math.abs(new Random().nextInt()%11) +50

Math.abs(new Random().nextInt()%11) creates a value between 0 and 10. Later you can add 50 which in the will give you a value between 50 and 60

How to get jQuery dropdown value onchange event

Add try this code .. Its working grt.......

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<body>_x000D_
<?php_x000D_
 if (isset($_POST['nav'])) {_x000D_
   header("Location: $_POST[nav]");_x000D_
 }_x000D_
?>_x000D_
<form id="page-changer" action="" method="post">_x000D_
    <select name="nav">_x000D_
        <option value="">Go to page...</option>_x000D_
        <option value="http://css-tricks.com/">CSS-Tricks</option>_x000D_
        <option value="http://digwp.com/">Digging Into WordPress</option>_x000D_
        <option value="http://quotesondesign.com/">Quotes on Design</option>_x000D_
    </select>_x000D_
    <input type="submit" value="Go" id="submit" />_x000D_
</form>_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
<script type="text/javascript" src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.0.0/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<script>_x000D_
$(function() {_x000D_
_x000D_
    $("#submit").hide();_x000D_
_x000D_
    $("#page-changer select").change(function() {_x000D_
        window.location = $("#page-changer select option:selected").val();_x000D_
    })_x000D_
_x000D_
});_x000D_
</script>_x000D_
</head>
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getCurrentPosition() and watchPosition() are deprecated on insecure origins

You could use the https://ipinfo.io API for this (it's my service). It's free for up to 1,000 req/day (with or without SSL support). It gives you coordinates, name and more. Here's an example:

curl ipinfo.io
{
  "ip": "172.56.39.47",
  "hostname": "No Hostname",
  "city": "Oakland",
  "region": "California",
  "country": "US",
  "loc": "37.7350,-122.2088",
  "org": "AS21928 T-Mobile USA, Inc.",
  "postal": "94621"
}

Here's an example which constructs a coords object with the API response that matches what you get from getCurrentPosition():

$.getJSON('https://ipinfo.io/geo', function(response) { 
    var loc = response.loc.split(',');
    var coords = {
        latitude: loc[0],
        longitude: loc[1]
    };
});

And here's a detailed example that shows how you can use it as a fallback for getCurrentPosition():

function do_something(coords) {
    // Do something with the coords here
}

navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition(function(position) { 
    do_something(position.coords);
    },
    function(failure) {
        $.getJSON('https://ipinfo.io/geo', function(response) { 
        var loc = response.loc.split(',');
        var coords = {
            latitude: loc[0],
            longitude: loc[1]
        };
        do_something(coords);
        });  
    };
});

See http://ipinfo.io/developers/replacing-navigator-geolocation-getcurrentposition for more details.

Set LIMIT with doctrine 2?

$query_ids = $this->getEntityManager()
      ->createQuery(
        "SELECT e_.id
        FROM MuzichCoreBundle:Element e_
        WHERE [...]
        GROUP BY e_.id")
     ->setMaxResults(5)
     ->setMaxResults($limit) 
    ;

HERE in the second query the result of the first query should be passed ..

$query_select = "SELECT e
      FROM MuzichCoreBundle:Element e 
      WHERE e.id IN (".$query_ids->getResult().")
      ORDER BY e.created DESC, e.name DESC"
    ;


$query = $this->getEntityManager()
      ->createQuery($query_select)
      ->setParameters($params)
      ->setMaxResults($limit);
    ;

$resultCollection = $query->getResult();

Deleting an object in java?

You should remove the references to it by assigning null or leaving the block where it was declared. After that, it will be automatically deleted by the garbage collector (not immediately, but eventually).

Example 1:

Object a = new Object();
a = null; // after this, if there is no reference to the object,
          // it will be deleted by the garbage collector

Example 2:

if (something) {
    Object o = new Object(); 
} // as you leave the block, the reference is deleted.
  // Later on, the garbage collector will delete the object itself.

Not something that you are currently looking for, but FYI: you can invoke the garbage collector with the call System.gc()

Command line tool to dump Windows DLL version?

C:\>wmic datafile where name="C:\\Windows\\System32\\kernel32.dll" get version
Version
6.1.7601.18229

How to override the properties of a CSS class using another CSS class

Just use !important it will help to override

background:none !important;

Although it is said to be a bad practice, !important can be useful for utility classes, you just need to use it responsibly, check this: When Using important is the right choice

Div with horizontal scrolling only

overflow-x: scroll;
overflow-y: hidden;

EDIT:

It works for me:

<div style='overflow-x:scroll;overflow-y:hidden;width:250px;height:200px'>
    <div style='width:400px;height:250px'></div>
</div>

Order by descending date - month, day and year

You have the field in a string, so you'll need to convert it to datetime

order by CONVERT(datetime, EventDate ) desc

How do I alias commands in git?

You can also chain commands if you use the '!' operator to spawn a shell:

aa = !git add -A && git status

This will both add all files and give you a status report with $ git aa.

For a handy way to check your aliases, add this alias:

alias = config --get-regexp ^alias\\.

Then a quick $ git alias gives you your current aliases and what they do.

Kill a Process by Looking up the Port being used by it from a .BAT

Created a bat file with the below contents, it accepts the input for port number

@ECHO ON
set /p portid=Enter the Port to be killed: 
echo %portid%                                                                              
FOR /F "tokens=5" %%T IN ('netstat -a -n -o ^| findstr %portid% ') DO (
SET /A ProcessId=%%T) &GOTO SkipLine                                                   
:SkipLine                                                                              
echo ProcessId to kill = %ProcessId%
taskkill /f /pid %ProcessId%
PAUSE

Finally click "Enter" to exit.

Datatables - Search Box outside datatable

$('#example').DataTable({
   "bProcessing": true,
   "bServerSide": true,
   "sAjaxSource": "../admin/ajax/loadtransajax.php",
   "fnServerParams": function (aoData) {
        // Initialize your variables here
        // I have assign the textbox value for "text_min_val"
        var min_val = $("#min").val();  //push to the aoData
        aoData.push({name: "text_min_val", value:min_val});
   },
   "fnCreatedRow": function (nRow, aData, iDataIndex) {
       $(nRow).attr('id', 'tr_' + aData[0]);
       $(nRow).attr('name', 'tr_' + aData[0]);
       $(nRow).attr('min', 'tr_' + aData[0]); 
       $(nRow).attr('max', 'tr_' + aData[0]); 
   }
});

In loadtransajax.php you may receive the get value:

if ($_GET['text_min_val']){
    $sWhere = "WHERE ("; 
    $sWhere .= " t_group_no LIKE '%" . mysql_real_escape_string($_GET['text_min_val']) . "%' ";
    $sWhere .= ')';
}

mongodb, replicates and error: { "$err" : "not master and slaveOk=false", "code" : 13435 }

I got here searching for the same error, but from Node.js native driver. The answer for me was combination of answers by campeterson and Prabhat.

The issue is that readPreference setting defaults to primary, which then somehow leads to the confusing slaveOk error. My problem is that I just wan to read from my replica set from any node. I don't even connect to it as to replicaset. I just connect to any node to read from it.

Setting readPreference to primaryPreferred (or better to the ReadPreference.PRIMARY_PREFERRED constant) solved it for me. Just pass it as an option to MongoClient.connect() or to client.db() or to any find(), aggregate() or other function.

const { MongoClient, ReadPreference } = require('mongodb');
const client = await MongoClient.connect(MONGODB_CONNECTIONSTRING, { readPreference: ReadPreference.PRIMARY_PREFERRED });

Angular 5 Service to read local .json file

You have an alternative solution, importing directly your json.

To compile, declare this module in your typings.d.ts file

declare module "*.json" {
    const value: any;
    export default value;
}

In your code

import { data_json } from '../../path_of_your.json';

console.log(data_json)

Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server

I increased max execution time to 600 seconds job done !

plesk 17 - domain effected

How do I make an image smaller with CSS?

You can resize images using CSS just fine if you're modifying an image tag:

<img src="example.png" style="width:2em; height:3em;" />

You cannot scale a background-image property using CSS2, although you can try the CSS3 property background-size.

What you can do, on the other hand, is to nest an image inside a span. See the answer to this question: Stretch and scale CSS background

Face recognition Library

I know it has been a while, but for anyone else interested, there is the Faint project, which has bundled a lot of these features (detection, recognition, etc.) into a nice software package.

How do you check if a string is not equal to an object or other string value in java?

you'll want to use && to see that it is not equal to "AM" AND not equal to "PM"

if(!TimeOfDayStringQ.equals("AM") && !TimeOfDayStringQ.equals("PM")) {
    System.out.println("Sorry, incorrect input.");
    System.exit(1);
}

to be clear you can also do

if(!(TimeOfDayStringQ.equals("AM") || TimeOfDayStringQ.equals("PM"))){
    System.out.println("Sorry, incorrect input.");
    System.exit(1);
}

to have the not (one or the other) phrase in the code (remember the (silent) brackets)

C# getting its own class name

Get Current class name of Asp.net

string CurrentClass = System.Reflection.MethodBase.GetCurrentMethod().DeclaringType.Name.ToString();

Passing structs to functions

It is possible to construct a struct inside the function arguments:

function({ .variable = PUT_DATA_HERE });

Convert categorical data in pandas dataframe

What I do is, I replace values.

Like this-

df['col'].replace(to_replace=['category_1', 'category_2', 'category_3'], value=[1, 2, 3], inplace=True)

In this way, if the col column has categorical values, they get replaced by the numerical values.

Vue template or render function not defined yet I am using neither?

I had this script in app.js in laravel which automatically adds all components in the component folder.

const files = require.context('./', true, /\.vue$/i)
files.keys().map(key => Vue.component(key.split('/').pop().split('.')[0], files(key)))

To make it work just add default

const files = require.context('./', true, /\.vue$/i)
files.keys().map(key => Vue.component(key.split('/').pop().split('.')[0], files(key).default))

How can I use JavaScript in Java?

You can use ScriptEngine, example:


public class Main {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        StringBuffer javascript = null;
        ScriptEngine runtime = null;

        try {
            runtime = new ScriptEngineManager().getEngineByName("javascript");
            javascript = new StringBuffer();

            javascript.append("1 + 1");

            double result = (Double) runtime.eval(javascript.toString());

            System.out.println("Result: " + result);
        } catch (Exception ex) {
            System.out.println(ex.getMessage());
        }
    }
}

Maven error in eclipse (pom.xml) : Failure to transfer org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-surefire-plugin:pom:2.12.4

For Unix Users

find ~/.m2 -name "*.lastUpdated" -exec grep -q "Could not transfer" {} \; -print -exec rm {} \;

Right-click your project and choose Update Dependencies

For Windows

  • CD (change directory) to .m2\repository
  • execute the command for /r %i in (*.lastUpdated) do del %i
  • Then right-click your project and choose Update Dependencies

How do I escape a single quote in SQL Server?

If escaping your single quote with another single quote isn't working for you (like it didn't for one of my recent REPLACE() queries), you can use SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER OFF before your query, then SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON after your query.

For example

SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER OFF;

UPDATE TABLE SET NAME = REPLACE(NAME, "'S", "S");

SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON;
-- set OFF then ON again

Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES) (Mysql::Error)

I googled a lot but did not find a definite answer to my problem. I used KeyPass to generate a strong password and could use it successfully on mysql workbench to connect but not from the command line. So I changed the psw to an easy one and it worked on the command line. I have managed to create a strong password that was able to connect from the terminal. So my advise is, try with an easy password first before trying all kind of things.

Where can I find a NuGet package for upgrading to System.Web.Http v5.0.0.0?

I have several projects in a solution. For some of the projects, I previously added the references manually. When I used NuGet to update the WebAPI package, those references were not updated automatically.

I found out that I can either manually update those reference so they point to the v5 DLL inside the Packages folder of my solution or do the following.

  1. Go to the "Manage NuGet Packages"
  2. Select the Installed Package "Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2.1"
  3. Click Manage and check the projects that I manually added before.

Escape double quotes in a string

Please explain your problem. You say:

But this involves adding character " to the string.

What problem is that? You can't type string foo = "Foo"bar"";, because that'll invoke a compile error. As for the adding part, in string size terms that is not true:

@"""".Length == "\"".Length == 1

Getting the location from an IP address

You need to use an external service... such as http://www.hostip.info/ if you google search for "geo-ip" you can get more results.

The Host-IP API is HTTP based so you can use it either in PHP or JavaScript depending on your needs.

How do I select a sibling element using jQuery?

jQuery provides a method called "siblings()" which helps us to return all sibling elements of the selected element. For example, if you want to apply CSS to the sibling selectors, you can use this method. Below is an example which illustrates this. You can try this example and play with it to learn how it works.

$("p").siblings("h4").css({"color": "red", "border": "2px solid red"});

Adding a column after another column within SQL

In a Firebird database the AFTER myOtherColumn does not work but you can try re-positioning the column using:

ALTER TABLE name ALTER column POSITION new_position

I guess it may work in other cases as well.

Git pushing to remote branch

First, let's note that git push "wants" two more arguments and will make them up automatically if you don't supply them. The basic command is therefore git push remote refspec.

The remote part is usually trivial as it's almost always just the word origin. The trickier part is the refspec. Most commonly, people write a branch name here: git push origin master, for instance. This uses your local branch to push to a branch of the same name1 on the remote, creating it if necessary. But it doesn't have to be just a branch name.

In particular, a refspec has two colon-separated parts. For git push, the part on the left identifies what to push,2 and the part on the right identifies the name to give to the remote. The part on the left in this case would be branch_name and the part on the right would be branch_name_test. For instance:

git push origin foo:foo_test

As you are doing the push, you can tell your git push to set your branch's upstream name at the same time, by adding -u to the git push options. Setting the upstream name makes your git save the foo_test (or whatever) name, so that a future git push with no arguments, while you're on the foo branch, can try to push to foo_test on the remote (git also saves the remote, origin in this case, so that you don't have to enter that either).

You need only pass -u once: it basically just runs git branch --set-upstream-to for you. (If you pass -u again later, it re-runs the upstream-setting, changing it as directed; or you can run git branch --set-upstream-to yourself.)

However, if your git is 2.0 or newer, and you have not set any special configuration, you will run into the same kind of thing that had me enter footnote 1 above: push.default will be set to simple, which will refuse to push because the upstream's name differs from your own local name. If you set push.default to upstream, git will stop complaining—but the simplest solution is just to rename your local branch first, so that the local and remote names match. (What settings to set, and/or whether to rename your branch, are up to you.)


1More precisely, git consults your remote.remote.push setting to derive the upstream half of the refspec. If you haven't set anything here, the default is to use the same name.

2This doesn't have to be a branch name. For instance, you can supply HEAD, or a commit hash, here. If you use something other than a branch name, you may have to spell out the full refs/heads/branch on the right, though (it depends on what names are already on the remote).

How do I check if a C++ std::string starts with a certain string, and convert a substring to an int?

At the risk of being flamed for using C constructs, I do think this sscanf example is more elegant than most Boost solutions. And you don't have to worry about linkage if you're running anywhere that has a Python interpreter!

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>

int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
    for (int i = 1; i != argc; ++i) {
        int number = 0;
        int size = 0;
        sscanf(argv[i], "--foo=%d%n", &number, &size);
        if (size == strlen(argv[i])) {
            printf("number: %d\n", number);
        }
        else {
            printf("not-a-number\n");
        }
    }
    return 0;
}

Here's some example output that demonstrates the solution handles leading/trailing garbage as correctly as the equivalent Python code, and more correctly than anything using atoi (which will erroneously ignore a non-numeric suffix).

$ ./scan --foo=2 --foo=2d --foo='2 ' ' --foo=2'
number: 2
not-a-number
not-a-number
not-a-number

Enable binary mode while restoring a Database from an SQL dump

Extract your file with Tar archiving tool. you can use it in this way:

tar xf example.sql.gz

jwt check if token expired

verify itself returns an error if expired. Safer as @Gabriel said.

const jwt = require('jsonwebtoken')

router.use((req, res, next) => {
  const token = yourJwtService.getToken(req) // Get your token from the request
  jwt.verify(token, req.app.get('your-secret'), function(err, decoded) {
    if (err) throw new Error(err) // Manage different errors here (Expired, untrusted...)
    req.auth = decoded // If no error, token info is returned in 'decoded'
    next()
  });
})

And same written in async/await syntax:

const jwt = require('jsonwebtoken')
const jwtVerifyAsync = util.promisify(jwt.verify);

router.use(async (req, res, next) => {
  const token = yourJwtService.getToken(req) // Get your token from the request
  try {
    req.auth = await jwtVerifyAsync(token, req.app.get('your-secret')) // If no error, token info is returned
  } catch (err) {
    throw new Error(err) // Manage different errors here (Expired, untrusted...)
  }
  next()
});

How do I edit an incorrect commit message in git ( that I've pushed )?

You can use git rebase -i (against the branch you branched from) 'i' for interactive.

Replace the pick next to the commit comment you wish to change with r (or reword), save and exit and upon doing so you'll be able to make the edit.

git push once again and you're done!

Error - Unable to access the IIS metabase

One more thing you could try:

  • Check if you have pending Windows updates.
  • If you do, please reboot before trying anything else.

I tend to never shut down my machine, so I had plenty of them waiting for a reboot. And that fixed it.

Convert a PHP script into a stand-alone windows executable

Peachpie

http://www.peachpie.io

https://github.com/iolevel/peachpie

Peachpie is PHP 7 compiler based on Roslyn by Microsoft and drawing from popular Phalanger. It allows PHP to be executed within the .NET/.NETCore by compiling the PHP code to pure MSIL.

Phalanger

http://v4.php-compiler.net/

http://wiki.php-compiler.net/Phalanger_Wiki

https://github.com/devsense/phalanger

Phalanger is a project which was started at Charles University in Prague and was supported by Microsoft. It compiles source code written in the PHP scripting language into CIL (Common Intermediate Language) byte-code. It handles the beginning of a compiling process which is completed by the JIT compiler component of the .NET Framework. It does not address native code generation nor optimization. Its purpose is to compile PHP scripts into .NET assemblies, logical units containing CIL code and meta-data.

Bambalam

https://github.com/xZero707/Bamcompile/

Bambalam PHP EXE Compiler/Embedder is a free command line tool to convert PHP applications to standalone Windows .exe applications. The exe files produced are totally standalone, no need for php dlls etc. The php code is encoded using the Turck MMCache Encode library so it's a perfect solution if you want to distribute your application while protecting your source code. The converter is also suitable for producing .exe files for windowed PHP applications (created using for example the WinBinder library). It's also good for making stand-alone PHP Socket servers/clients (using the php_sockets.dll extension). It's NOT really a compiler in the sense that it doesn't produce native machine code from PHP sources, but it works!

ZZEE PHPExe

http://www.zzee.com/phpexe/

ZZEE PHPExe compiles PHP, HTML, Javascript, Flash and other web files into Windows GUI exes. You can rapidly develop Windows GUI applications by employing the familiar PHP web paradigm. You can use the same code for online and Windows applications with little or no modification. It is a Commercial product.

phc-win

http://wiki.swiftlytilting.com/Phc-win

The PHP extension bcompiler is used to compile PHP script code into PHP bytecode. This bytecode can be included just like any php file as long as the bcompiler extension is loaded. Once all the bytecode files have been created, a modified Embeder is used to pack all of the project files into the program exe.

Requires

  • php5ts.dll
  • php_win32std.dll
  • php_bcompiler.dll
  • php-embed.ini

ExeOutput

http://www.exeoutput.com/

Commercial

WinBinder

http://winbinder.org/

WinBinder is an open source extension to PHP, the script programming language. It allows PHP programmers to easily build native Windows applications, producing quick and rewarding results with minimum effort. Even short scripts with a few dozen lines can generate a useful program, thanks to the power and flexibility of PHP.

PHPDesktop

https://github.com/cztomczak/phpdesktop

PHP Desktop is an open source project founded by Czarek Tomczak in 2012 to provide a way for developing native desktop applications using web technologies such as PHP, HTML5, JavaScript & SQLite. This project is more than just a PHP to EXE compiler, it embeds a web-browser (Internet Explorer or Chrome embedded), a Mongoose web-server and a PHP interpreter. The development workflow you are used to remains the same, the step of turning an existing website into a desktop application is basically a matter of copying it to "www/" directory. Using SQLite database is optional, you could embed mysql/postgresql database in application's installer.

PHP Nightrain

https://github.com/kjellberg/nightrain

Using PHP Nightrain you will be able to deploy and run HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP web applications as a native desktop application on Windows, Mac and the Linux operating systems. Popular PHP Frameworks (e.g. CakePHP, Laravel, Drupal, etc…) are well supported!

phc-win "fork"

https://github.com/RDashINC/phc-win

A more-or-less forked version of phc-win, it uses the same techniques as phc-win but supports almost all modern PHP versions. (5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, etc) It also can use Enigma VB to combine the php5ts.dll with your exe, aswell as UPX compress it. Lastly, it has win32std and winbinder compilied statically into PHP.

EDIT

Another option is to use

http://www.appcelerator.com/products/titanium-cross-platform-application-development/

an online compiler that can build executables for a number of different platforms, from a number of different languages including PHP

TideSDK

http://www.tidesdk.org/

TideSDK is actually the renamed Titanium Desktop project. Titanium remained focused on mobile, and abandoned the desktop version, which was taken over by some people who have open sourced it and dubbed it TideSDK.

Generally, TideSDK uses HTML, CSS and JS to render applications, but it supports scripted languages like PHP, as a plug-in module, as well as other scripting languages like Python and Ruby.

A quick and easy way to join array elements with a separator (the opposite of split) in Java

Apache Commons Lang does indeed have a StringUtils.join method which will connect String arrays together with a specified separator.

For example:

String[] s = new String[] {"a", "b", "c"};
String joined = StringUtils.join(s, ",");  // "a,b,c"

However, I suspect that, as you mention, there must be some kind of conditional or substring processing in the actual implementation of the above mentioned method.

If I were to perform the String joining and didn't have any other reasons to use Commons Lang, I would probably roll my own to reduce the number of dependencies to external libraries.

Check if a variable is a string in JavaScript

A simple solution would be:

var x = "hello"

if(x === x.toString()){
// it's a string 
}else{
// it isn't
}

Run MySQLDump without Locking Tables

This is ages too late, but good for anyone that is searching the topic. If you're not innoDB, and you're not worried about locking while you dump simply use the option:

--lock-tables=false

Lodash - difference between .extend() / .assign() and .merge()

If you want a deep copy without override while retaining the same obj reference

obj = _.assign(obj, _.merge(obj, [source]))

How to use environment variables in docker compose

Use .env file to define dynamic values in docker-compse.yml. Be it port or any other value.

Sample docker-compose:

testcore.web:
       image: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.dkr.ecr.ap-northeast-2.amazonaws.com/testcore:latest
       volumes: 
            - c:/logs:c:/logs
       ports:
            - ${TEST_CORE_PORT}:80
       environment:
            - CONSUL_URL=http://${CONSUL_IP}:8500 
            - HOST=${HOST_ADDRESS}:${TEST_CORE_PORT}

Inside .env file you can define the value of these variables:

CONSUL_IP=172.31.28.151
HOST_ADDRESS=172.31.16.221
TEST_CORE_PORT=10002

How to inject a Map using the @Value Spring Annotation?

Here is how we did it. Two sample classes as follow:

import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired;
import org.springframework.boot.context.properties.EnableConfigurationProperties;
import org.springframework.context.annotation.Bean;
import org.springframework.context.annotation.Configuration;
import org.springframework.kafka.annotation.EnableKafka;
@EnableKafka
@Configuration
@EnableConfigurationProperties(KafkaConsumerProperties.class)
public class KafkaContainerConfig {

    @Autowired
    protected KafkaConsumerProperties kafkaConsumerProperties;

    @Bean
    public ConsumerFactory<String, String> consumerFactory() {
        return new DefaultKafkaConsumerFactory<>(kafkaConsumerProperties.getKafkaConsumerConfig());
    }
...

@Configuration
@ConfigurationProperties
public class KafkaConsumerProperties {
    protected Map<String, Object> kafkaConsumerConfig = new HashMap<>();

    @ConfigurationProperties("kafkaConsumerConfig")
    public Map<String, Object> getKafkaConsumerConfig() {
        return (kafkaConsumerConfig);
    }
...

To provide the kafkaConsumer config from a properties file, you can use: mapname[key]=value

//application.properties
kafkaConsumerConfig[bootstrap.servers]=localhost:9092, localhost:9093, localhost:9094
kafkaConsumerConfig[group.id]=test-consumer-group-local
kafkaConsumerConfig[value.deserializer]=org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.StringDeserializer
kafkaConsumerConfig[key.deserializer=org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.StringDeserializer

To provide the kafkaConsumer config from a yaml file, you can use "[key]": value In application.yml file:

kafkaConsumerConfig:
  "[bootstrap.servers]": localhost:9092, localhost:9093, localhost:9094
  "[group.id]": test-consumer-group-local
  "[value.deserializer]": org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.StringDeserializer
  "[key.deserializer]": org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.StringDeserializer

How to set portrait and landscape media queries in css?

iPad Media Queries (All generations - including iPad mini)

Thanks to Apple's work in creating a consistent experience for users, and easy time for developers, all 5 different iPads (iPads 1-5 and iPad mini) can be targeted with just one CSS media query. The next few lines of code should work perfect for a responsive design.

iPad in portrait & landscape

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px)  { /* STYLES GO HERE */}

iPad in landscape

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px) 
and (orientation : landscape) { /* STYLES GO HERE */}

iPad in portrait

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px) 
and (orientation : portrait) { /* STYLES GO HERE */ }

iPad 3 & 4 Media Queries

If you're looking to target only 3rd and 4th generation Retina iPads (or tablets with similar resolution) to add @2x graphics, or other features for the tablet's Retina display, use the following media queries.

Retina iPad in portrait & landscape

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px)
and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2) { /* STYLES GO HERE */}

Retina iPad in landscape

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px) 
and (orientation : landscape)
and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2) { /* STYLES GO HERE */}

Retina iPad in portrait

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px) 
and (orientation : portrait)
and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2) { /* STYLES GO HERE */ }

iPad 1 & 2 Media Queries

If you're looking to supply different graphics or choose different typography for the lower resolution iPad display, the media queries below will work like a charm in your responsive design!

iPad 1 & 2 in portrait & landscape

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px) 
and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 1){ /* STYLES GO HERE */}

iPad 1 & 2 in landscape

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px) 
and (orientation : landscape)
and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 1)  { /* STYLES GO HERE */}

iPad 1 & 2 in portrait

@media only screen 
and (min-device-width : 768px) 
and (max-device-width : 1024px) 
and (orientation : portrait) 
and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 1) { /* STYLES GO HERE */ }

Source: http://stephen.io/mediaqueries/

Detecting endianness programmatically in a C++ program

untested, but in my mind, this should work? cause it'll be 0x01 on little endian, and 0x00 on big endian?

bool runtimeIsLittleEndian(void)
{
 volatile uint16_t i=1;
 return  ((uint8_t*)&i)[0]==0x01;//0x01=little, 0x00=big
}

no pg_hba.conf entry for host

For those who have the similar problem trying to connect to local db and trying like
con = psycopg2.connect(database="my_db", user="my_name", password="admin"), try to pass the additional parameter, so the following saved me a day:
con = psycopg2.connect(database="my_db", user="my_name", password="admin", host="localhost")

How to Alter a table for Identity Specification is identity SQL Server

You can't alter the existing columns for identity.

You have 2 options,

Create a new table with identity & drop the existing table

Create a new column with identity & drop the existing column

Approach 1. (New table) Here you can retain the existing data values on the newly created identity column.

CREATE TABLE dbo.Tmp_Names
    (
      Id int NOT NULL
             IDENTITY(1, 1),
      Name varchar(50) NULL
    )
ON  [PRIMARY]
go

SET IDENTITY_INSERT dbo.Tmp_Names ON
go

IF EXISTS ( SELECT  *
            FROM    dbo.Names ) 
    INSERT  INTO dbo.Tmp_Names ( Id, Name )
            SELECT  Id,
                    Name
            FROM    dbo.Names TABLOCKX
go

SET IDENTITY_INSERT dbo.Tmp_Names OFF
go

DROP TABLE dbo.Names
go

Exec sp_rename 'Tmp_Names', 'Names'

Approach 2 (New column) You can’t retain the existing data values on the newly created identity column, The identity column will hold the sequence of number.

Alter Table Names
Add Id_new Int Identity(1, 1)
Go

Alter Table Names Drop Column ID
Go

Exec sp_rename 'Names.Id_new', 'ID', 'Column'

See the following Microsoft SQL Server Forum post for more details:

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/transactsql/thread/04d69ee6-d4f5-4f8f-a115-d89f7bcbc032

How to do a deep comparison between 2 objects with lodash?

Without use of lodash/underscore, I have written this code and is working fine for me for a deep comparison of object1 with object2

function getObjectDiff(a, b) {
    var diffObj = {};
    if (Array.isArray(a)) {
        a.forEach(function(elem, index) {
            if (!Array.isArray(diffObj)) {
                diffObj = [];
            }
            diffObj[index] = getObjectDiff(elem, (b || [])[index]);
        });
    } else if (a != null && typeof a == 'object') {
        Object.keys(a).forEach(function(key) {
            if (Array.isArray(a[key])) {
                var arr = getObjectDiff(a[key], b[key]);
                if (!Array.isArray(arr)) {
                    arr = [];
                }
                arr.forEach(function(elem, index) {
                    if (!Array.isArray(diffObj[key])) {
                        diffObj[key] = [];
                    }
                    diffObj[key][index] = elem;
                });
            } else if (typeof a[key] == 'object') {
                diffObj[key] = getObjectDiff(a[key], b[key]);
            } else if (a[key] != (b || {})[key]) {
                diffObj[key] = a[key];
            } else if (a[key] == (b || {})[key]) {
                delete a[key];
            }
        });
    }
    Object.keys(diffObj).forEach(function(key) {
        if (typeof diffObj[key] == 'object' && JSON.stringify(diffObj[key]) == '{}') {
            delete diffObj[key];
        }
    });
    return diffObj;
}

How do I use a C# Class Library in a project?

Add a reference to it in your project and a using clause at the top of the CS file where you want to use it.

Adding a reference:

  1. In Visual Studio, click Project, and then Add Reference.
  2. Click the Browse tab and locate the DLL you want to add a reference to.
    NOTE: Apparently using Browse is bad form if the DLL you want to use is in the same project. Instead, right-click the Project and then click Add Reference, then select the appropriate class from the Project tab:
    enter image description here
  3. Click OK.

Adding a using clause:

Add "using [namespace];" to the CS file where you want to reference your library. So, if the library you want to reference has a namespace called MyLibrary, add the following to the CS file:

using MyLibrary;

Remove Project from Android Studio

In the "Welcome to Android Studio" opening dialog you can highlight the app you want to remove from Android Studio and hit delete on your keyboard.

SecurityException: Permission denied (missing INTERNET permission?)

Add to manifest file the line:

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

It fixed it for me.

How to pass arguments to Shell Script through docker run

with this script in file.sh

#!/bin/bash
echo Your container args are: "$@"

and this Dockerfile

FROM ubuntu:14.04
COPY ./file.sh /
ENTRYPOINT ["/file.sh"]

you should be able to:

% docker build -t test .
% docker run test hello world
Your container args are: hello world

I have Python on my Ubuntu system, but gcc can't find Python.h

That means you are not install libraries for python dev.

If you are on Linux OS, you can solve this issue by commands separately below:

  • Ubuntu (Debian) :

    sudo apt-get install python-dev (Py2) or sudo apt-get install python3-dev (Py3)

  • Rehat (CentOS):

    yum install python-devel

What is a 'multi-part identifier' and why can't it be bound?

A multipart identifier is any description of a field or table that contains multiple parts - for instance MyTable.SomeRow - if it can't be bound that means there's something wrong with it - either you've got a simple typo, or a confusion between table and column. It can also be caused by using reserved words in your table or field names and not surrounding them with []. It can also be caused by not including all of the required columns in the target table.

Something like redgate sql prompt is brilliant for avoiding having to manually type these (it even auto-completes joins based on foreign keys), but isn't free. SQL server 2008 supports intellisense out of the box, although it isn't quite as complete as the redgate version.

How to delete empty folders using windows command prompt?

@echo off
set /p "ipa= ENTER FOLDER NAME TO DELETE> "
set ipad="%ipa%"
IF not EXIST %ipad% GOTO notfound
IF EXIST %ipad% GOTO found
:found
echo DONOT CLOSE THIS WINDOW
md ccooppyy
xcopy %ipad%\*.* ccooppyy /s > NUL
rd %ipad% /s /q
ren ccooppyy %ipad%
cls
echo SUCCESS, PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT
pause > NUL
exit 
:notfound
echo I COULDN'T FIND THE FOLDER %ipad%
pause
exit

How to use graphics.h in codeblocks?

AFAIK, in the epic DOS era there is a header file named graphics.h shipped with Borland Turbo C++ suite. If it is true, then you are out of luck because we're now in Windows era.

Eclipse gives “Java was started but returned exit code 13”

This problem happened because either u install new version of jdk so you have both 32bit version and 64bit

how to solve the problem is just go open computer & go to c then you will see location

after that you probably use 32 bit so just chose C:\Program Files and there you will find folder called java

in it location 2

so you have many different version of jdk so easily chose jre7 and to to bin and you will find javaw.exe in it like loaction 3

now only just take that path copy and go to start type eclipse.ini you will see text file just open it and before -vmargs

write -vm enter path like photo finally

now just open eclipse again and have fun :D

How to convert Milliseconds to "X mins, x seconds" in Java?

Firstly, System.currentTimeMillis() and Instant.now() are not ideal for timing. They both report the wall-clock time, which the computer doesn't know precisely, and which can move erratically, including going backwards if for example the NTP daemon corrects the system time. If your timing happens on a single machine then you should instead use System.nanoTime().

Secondly, from Java 8 onwards java.time.Duration is the best way to represent a duration:

long start = System.nanoTime();
// do things...
long end = System.nanoTime();
Duration duration = Duration.ofNanos(end - start);
System.out.println(duration); // Prints "PT18M19.511627776S"
System.out.printf("%d Hours %d Minutes %d Seconds%n",
        duration.toHours(), duration.toMinutes() % 60, duration.getSeconds() % 60);
// prints "0 Hours 18 Minutes 19 Seconds"

apache ProxyPass: how to preserve original IP address

If you have the capability to do so, I would recommend using either mod-jk or mod-proxy-ajp to pass requests from Apache to JBoss. The AJP protocol is much more efficient compared to using HTTP proxy requests and as a benefit, JBoss will see the request as coming from the original client and not Apache.

Can you autoplay HTML5 videos on the iPad?

As of iOS 10, videos now can autoplay, but only of they are either muted, or have no audio track. Yay!

In short:

  • <video autoplay> elements will now honor the autoplay attribute, for elements which meet the following conditions:
    • <video> elements will be allowed to autoplay without a user gesture if their source media contains no audio tracks.
    • <video muted> elements will also be allowed to autoplay without a user gesture.
    • If a <video> element gains an audio track or becomes un-muted without a user gesture, playback will pause.
    • <video autoplay> elements will only begin playing when visible on-screen such as when they are scrolled into the viewport, made visible through CSS, and inserted into the DOM.
    • <video autoplay> elements will pause if they become non-visible, such as by being scrolled out of the viewport.

More info here: https://webkit.org/blog/6784/new-video-policies-for-ios/

UIButton Image + Text IOS

In my case, I wanted to add UIImage to the right and UILabel to the left. Maybe I can achieve that by writing code (like the above mentioned), but I prefer not to write code and get it done by using the storyboard as much as possible. So this is how did it:

First, write down something in your label box and select an image that you want to show:

enter image description here

And that will create a button looking like this:

enter image description here

Next, look for Semantic and select Force Right-to-Left (If you don't specify anything, then it will show the image to the left and label to the right like the above image):

enter image description here

Finally, you'll see UIImage to the right and UILabel to the left:

enter image description here

To add space between a label and an image, go to the Size inspector and change those values depending on your requirement:

enter image description here

That's it!

How to debug a bash script?

I found shellcheck utility and may be some folks find it interesting https://github.com/koalaman/shellcheck

A little example:

$ cat test.sh 
ARRAY=("hello there" world)

for x in $ARRAY; do
  echo $x
done

$ shellcheck test.sh 

In test.sh line 3:
for x in $ARRAY; do
         ^-- SC2128: Expanding an array without an index only gives the first element.

fix the bug, first try...

$ cat test.sh       
ARRAY=("hello there" world)

for x in ${ARRAY[@]}; do
  echo $x
done

$ shellcheck test.sh

In test.sh line 3:
for x in ${ARRAY[@]}; do
         ^-- SC2068: Double quote array expansions, otherwise they're like $* and break on spaces.

Let's try again...

$ cat test.sh 
ARRAY=("hello there" world)

for x in "${ARRAY[@]}"; do
  echo $x
done

$ shellcheck test.sh

find now!

It's just a small example.

When should null values of Boolean be used?

The best way would be to avoid booleans completely, since every boolean implies that you have a conditional statement anywhere else in your code (see http://www.antiifcampaign.com/ and this question: Can you write any algorithm without an if statement?).

However, pragmatically you have to use booleans from time to time, but, as you have already found out by yourself, dealing with Booleans is more error prone and more cumbersome. So I would suggest using booleans wherever possible. Exceptions from this might be a legacy database with nullable boolean-columns, although I would try to hide that in my mapping as well.

Bootstrap 4 responsive tables won't take up 100% width

For Bootstrap 4.x use display utilities:

w-100 d-print-block d-print-table

Usage:

<table class="table w-100 d-print-block d-print-table">

React-router urls don't work when refreshing or writing manually

Using express on the backend and React on the frontend ( without react-create-app) with reach/router, the correct reach/router route react component is shown and the menu link is set to the active style when hitting enter in the address bar e.g http://localhost:8050/pages. Please checkout below, or straight to my repo https://github.com/nickjohngray/staticbackeditor, all the code is there.

Webpack:

Setup proxy. This allows any calls from port 3000 ( React) to call the server including the call to get index.html or anything in the address bar when the enter key is hit. it also allows calls to the API route, to get JSON data

like await axios.post('/api/login', {email, pwd})

devServer: {
    port: 3000,
    open: true,
    proxy: {
      '/': 'http://localhost:8050',
    }
  }

Setup express routes

app.get('*', (req, res) => {
    console.log('sending index.html')
    res.sendFile(path.resolve('dist', 'index.html'))

});

This will match any request from react, it just returns the index.html page, which is in my dist folder this page, of course, has a more single-page react app. ( note any other routes should appear above this, in my case these are my API routes )

React Routes

<Router>
    <Home path="/" />
    <Pages path="pages"/>
    <ErrorPage path="error"/>
    <Products path="products"/>
    <NotFound default />
</Router>

These routes are defined in my Layout component that will load the corresponding component when the path matches.

React Layout constructor

 constructor(props) {
        super(props);


        this.props.changeURL({URL: globalHistory.location.pathname});
}

the Layout constructor is called as soon as it loads. In here I call my redux action changeURL that my menu listens to so it can highlight the correct menu item, like below:

Menu code

<nav>
    {this.state.links.map( (link) =>
    <Link className={this.getActiveLinkClassName(link.path) } to={link.path}> 
      {link.name}
    </Link>)}            
</nav>

WCF Service Client: The content type text/html; charset=utf-8 of the response message does not match the content type of the binding

I had a similar situation, but the client config was using a basicHttpBinding. The issue turned out to be that the service was using SOAP 1.2 and you can't specify SOAP 1.2 in a basicHttpBinding. I modified the client config to use a customBinding instead and everything worked. Here are the details of my customBinding for reference. The service I was trying to consume was over HTTPS using UserNameOverTransport.

<customBinding>
    <binding name="myBindingNameHere" sendTimeout="00:03:00">
        <security authenticationMode="UserNameOverTransport" includeTimestamp="false">
            <secureConversationBootstrap />
        </security>
        <textMessageEncoding maxReadPoolSize="64" maxWritePoolSize="16"
              messageVersion="Soap12" writeEncoding="utf-8">
            <readerQuotas maxDepth="32" maxStringContentLength="8192" maxArrayLength="16384"
                maxBytesPerRead="4096" maxNameTableCharCount="16384" />
        </textMessageEncoding>
        <httpsTransport manualAddressing="false" maxBufferPoolSize="4194304"
              maxReceivedMessageSize="4194304" allowCookies="false" authenticationScheme="Basic"
              bypassProxyOnLocal="false" hostNameComparisonMode="StrongWildcard"
              keepAliveEnabled="true" maxBufferSize="4194304" proxyAuthenticationScheme="Anonymous"
              realm="" transferMode="Buffered" unsafeConnectionNtlmAuthentication="false"
              useDefaultWebProxy="true" requireClientCertificate="false" />
    </binding>
</customBinding>

Check if a PHP cookie exists and if not set its value

Cookies are only sent at the time of the request, and therefore cannot be retrieved as soon as it is assigned (only available after reloading).

Once the cookies have been set, they can be accessed on the next page load with the $_COOKIE or $HTTP_COOKIE_VARS arrays.

If output exists prior to calling this function, setcookie() will fail and return FALSE. If setcookie() successfully runs, it will return TRUE. This does not indicate whether the user accepted the cookie.

Cookies will not become visible until the next loading of a page that the cookie should be visible for. To test if a cookie was successfully set, check for the cookie on a next loading page before the cookie expires. Expire time is set via the expire parameter. A nice way to debug the existence of cookies is by simply calling print_r($_COOKIE);.

Source

Python in Xcode 4+?

This thread is old, but to chime in for Xcode Version 8.3.3, Tyler Crompton's method in the accepted answer still works (some of the names are very slightly different, but not enough to matter).

2 points where I struggled slightly:

Step 16: If the python executable you want is greyed out, right click it and select quick look. Then close the quick look window, and it should now be selectable.

Step 19: If this isn’t working for you, you can enter the name of just the python file in the Arguments tab, and then enter the project root directory explicitly in the Options tab under Working Directory--check the “Use custom working directory” box, and type in your project root directory in the field below it.

How to read/write from/to file using Go?

Using io.Copy

package main

import (
    "io"
    "log"
    "os"
)

func main () {
    // open files r and w
    r, err := os.Open("input.txt")
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }
    defer r.Close()

    w, err := os.Create("output.txt")
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }
    defer w.Close()

    // do the actual work
    n, err := io.Copy(w, r)
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }
    log.Printf("Copied %v bytes\n", n)
}

If you don't feel like reinventing the wheel, the io.Copy and io.CopyN may serve you well. If you check the source of the io.Copy function, it is nothing but one of the Mostafa's solutions (the 'basic' one, actually) packaged in the Go library. They are using a significantly larger buffer than he is, though.

Please initialize the log4j system properly warning

This work for me:

public static void main(String[] args) {

        Properties props = new Properties();
        props.load(new FileInputStream("src/log4j.properties"));
        PropertyConfigurator.configure(props);

How to edit log message already committed in Subversion?

Here's a handy variation that I don't see mentioned in the faq. You can return the current message for editing by specifying a text editor.

svn propedit svn:log --revprop -r N --editor-cmd vim

Dart/Flutter : Converting timestamp

Just make sure to multiply by the right factor:

Micro: multiply by 1000000 (which is 10 power 6)

Milli: multiply by 1000 (which is 10 power 3)

This is what it should look like in Dart:

var date = new DateTime.fromMicrosecondsSinceEpoch(timestamp * 1000000);

Or

var date = new DateTime.fromMillisecondsSinceEpoch(timestamp * 1000);

How to restart counting from 1 after erasing table in MS Access?

You can use:

CurrentDb.Execute "ALTER TABLE yourTable ALTER COLUMN myID COUNTER(1,1)"

I hope you have no relationships that use this table, I hope it is empty, and I hope you understand that all you can (mostly) rely on an autonumber to be is unique. You can get gaps, jumps, very large or even negative numbers, depending on the circumstances. If your autonumber means something, you have a major problem waiting to happen.

Java Date cut off time information

tl;dr

LocalDateTime.parse(                            // Lacking an offset or time zone, parse as a `LocalDateTime`. *Not* a specific moment in time.
    "2008-01-01 13:15:00".replace( " " , "T" )  // Alter input string to comply with ISO 8601 standard format.
)
.toLocalDate()                                  // Extract a date-only value.
.atStartOfDay(                                  // Do not assume the day starts at 00:00:00. Let class determine start-of-day.
    ZoneId.of( "Europe/Paris" )                 // Determining a specific start-of-day requires a time zone.
)                                               // Result is a `ZonedDateTime` object. At this point we have a specific moment in time, a point on the timeline.
.toString()                                     // Generate a String in standard ISO 8601 format, wisely extended to append the name of the time zone in square brackets.

2008-01-01T00:00+01:00[Europe/Paris]

To generate a String in your desired format, pass a DateTimeFormatter.

LocalDateTime.parse(                            // Lacking an offset or time zone, parse as a `LocalDateTime`. *Not* a specific moment in time.
    "2008-01-01 13:15:00".replace( " " , "T" )  // Alter input string to comply with ISO 8601 standard format.
)
.toLocalDate()                                  // Extract a date-only value.
.atStartOfDay(                                  // Do not assume the day starts at 00:00:00. Let class determine start-of-day.
    ZoneId.of( "Europe/Paris" )                 // Determining a specific start-of-day requires a time zone.
)                                               // Result is a `ZonedDateTime` object. At this point we have a specific moment in time, a point on the timeline.
.format(                                        // Generate a String representing the object’s value.
    DateTimeFormatter.ISO_LOCAL_DATE_TIME       // Built-in predefined formatter close to what you want. 
)
.replace( "T" , " " )                           // Replace the standard’s use of a 'T' in the middle with your desired SPACE character.

2008-01-01 00:00:00

Details

Other Answers are correct, but use old date-time classes now outmoded by the java.time framework.

java.time

The java.time framework is built into Java 8 and later. Much of the java.time functionality is back-ported to Java 6 & 7 (ThreeTen-Backport) and further adapted to Android (ThreeTenABP).

First alter the input string to comply with the canonical version of ISO 8601 format. The standard ISO 8601 formats are used by default in java.time classes for parsing/generating strings that represent date-time values. We need to replace that SPACE in the middle with a T.

String input = "2008-01-01 13:15:00".replace( " " , "T" );  // ? 2008-01-01T13:15:00

Now we can parse it as a LocalDateTime, where “Local” means no specific locality. The input lacks any offset-from-UTC or time zone info.

LocalDateTime ldt = LocalDateTime.parse( input );

ldt.toString()… 2008-01-01T13:15:00

If you do not care about time-of-day nor time zone, then convert to a LocalDate.

LocalDate ld = ldt.toLocalDate();

ld.toString()… 2008-01-01

First Moment Of Day

If instead you want the time-of-day set to the first moment of the day, use a ZonedDateTime class, then convert to a LocalDate object to call its atStartOfDay method. Be aware that the first moment may not be the time 00:00:00 because of Daylight Saving Time or perhaps other anomalies.

The time zone is crucial because for any given moment the date varies around the world by zone. For example, a few moments after midnight in Paris is a new day for Parisians but is still “yesterday” in Montréal for the Canadians.

ZoneId zoneId = ZoneId.of( "America/Montreal" );
ZonedDateTime zdt = ldt.atZone( zoneId );
LocalDate ldFromZdt = zdt.toLocalDate();
ZonedDateTime zdtStartOfDay = ldFromZdt.atStartOfDay( zoneId );

zdtStartOfDay.toString()… 2008-01-01T00:00:00-05:00[America/Montreal]

UTC

To see that moment through the lens of the UTC time zone, extract a Instant object. Both the ZonedDateTime and Instant will represent the same moment on the timeline but appear as two different wall-clock times.

An Instant is the basic building-block class in java.time, always in UTC by definition. Use this class frequently, as you should generally be doing your business logic, data storage, and data exchange in UTC.

Instant instant = zdtStartOfDay.toInstant();

instant.toString()… 2008-01-01T05:00:00Z

We see 5 AM rather than stroke-of-midnight. In standard format, the Z on the end is short for Zulu and means “UTC”.


About java.time

The java.time framework is built into Java 8 and later. These classes supplant the troublesome old legacy date-time classes such as java.util.Date, Calendar, & SimpleDateFormat.

The Joda-Time project, now in maintenance mode, advises migration to the java.time classes.

To learn more, see the Oracle Tutorial. And search Stack Overflow for many examples and explanations. Specification is JSR 310.

You may exchange java.time objects directly with your database. Use a JDBC driver compliant with JDBC 4.2 or later. No need for strings, no need for java.sql.* classes.

Where to obtain the java.time classes?

The ThreeTen-Extra project extends java.time with additional classes. This project is a proving ground for possible future additions to java.time. You may find some useful classes here such as Interval, YearWeek, YearQuarter, and more.

Enum "Inheritance"

Alternative solution

In my company, we avoid "jumping over projects" to get to non-common lower level projects. For instance, our presentation/API layer can only reference our domain layer, and the domain layer can only reference the data layer.

However, this is a problem when there are enums that need to be referenced by both the presentation and the domain layers.

Here is the solution that we have implemented (so far). It is a pretty good solution and works well for us. The other answers were hitting all around this.

The basic premise is that enums cannot be inherited - but classes can. So...

// In the lower level project (or DLL)...
public abstract class BaseEnums
{
    public enum ImportanceType
    {
        None = 0,
        Success = 1,
        Warning = 2,
        Information = 3,
        Exclamation = 4
    }

    [Flags]
    public enum StatusType : Int32
    {
        None = 0,
        Pending = 1,
        Approved = 2,
        Canceled = 4,
        Accepted = (8 | Approved),
        Rejected = 16,
        Shipped = (32 | Accepted),
        Reconciled = (64 | Shipped)
    }

    public enum Conveyance
    {
        None = 0,
        Feet = 1,
        Automobile = 2,
        Bicycle = 3,
        Motorcycle = 4,
        TukTuk = 5,
        Horse = 6,
        Yak = 7,
        Segue = 8
    }

Then, to "inherit" the enums in another higher level project...

// Class in another project
public sealed class SubEnums: BaseEnums
{
   private SubEnums()
   {}
}

This has three real advantages...

  1. The enum definitions are automatically the same in both projects - by definition.
  2. Any changes to the enum definitions are automatically echoed in the second without having to make any modifications to the second class.
  3. The enums are based on the same code - so the values can easily be compared (with some caveats).

To reference the enums in the first project, you can use the prefix of the class: BaseEnums.StatusType.Pending or add a "using static BaseEnums;" statement to your usings.

In the second project when dealing with the inherited class however, I could not get the "using static ..." approach to work, so all references to the "inherited enums" would be prefixed with the class, e.g. SubEnums.StatusType.Pending. If anyone comes up with a way to allow the "using static" approach to be used in the second project, let me know.

I am sure that this can be tweaked to make it even better - but this actually works and I have used this approach in working projects.

Please up-vote this if you find it helpful.

DROP IF EXISTS VS DROP?

It is not what is asked directly. But looking for how to do drop tables properly, I stumbled over this question, as I guess many others do too.

From SQL Server 2016+ you can use

DROP TABLE IF EXISTS dbo.Table

For SQL Server <2016 what I do is the following for a permanent table

IF OBJECT_ID('dbo.Table', 'U') IS NOT NULL 
  DROP TABLE dbo.Table; 

Or this, for a temporary table

IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb.dbo.#T', 'U') IS NOT NULL
  DROP TABLE #T; 

How to copy a file from remote server to local machine?

When you use scp you have to tell the host name and ip address from where you want to copy the file. For instance, if you are at the remote host and you want to transfer the file to your pc you may use something like this:

scp -P[portnumber] myfile_at_remote_host [user]@[your_ip_address]:/your/path/

Example:

scp -P22 table [email protected]:/home/me/Desktop/

On the other hand, if you are at your are actually on your machine you may use something like this:

scp -P[portnumber] [remote_login]@[remote's_ip_address]:/remote/path/myfile_at_remote_host /your/path/

Example:

scp -P22 [fake_user]@222.222.222.222:/remote/path/table /home/me/Desktop/

How to create multiple class objects with a loop in python?

you can use list to define it.

objs = list()
for i in range(10):
    objs.append(MyClass())

Set a thin border using .css() in javascript

After a few futile hours battling with a 'SyntaxError: missing : after property id' message I can now expand on this topic:

border-width is a valid css property but it is not included in the jQuery css oject definition, so .css({border-width: '2px'}) will cause an error, but it's quite happy with .css({'border-width': '2px'}), presumably property names in quotes are just passed on as received.

why numpy.ndarray is object is not callable in my simple for python loop

Avoid loops. What you want to do is:

import numpy as np
data=np.loadtxt(fname="data.txt")## to load the above two column
print data
print data.sum(axis=1)

How can I compile LaTeX in UTF8?

I'm not sure whether I got your problem but maybe it helps if you store the source using a UTF-8 encoding.

I'm also using \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} in my LaTeX sources and by storing the files as UTF-8 files everything works just peachy.

START_STICKY and START_NOT_STICKY

Both codes are only relevant when the phone runs out of memory and kills the service before it finishes executing. START_STICKY tells the OS to recreate the service after it has enough memory and call onStartCommand() again with a null intent. START_NOT_STICKY tells the OS to not bother recreating the service again. There is also a third code START_REDELIVER_INTENT that tells the OS to recreate the service and redeliver the same intent to onStartCommand().

This article by Dianne Hackborn explained the background of this a lot better than the official documentation.

Source: http://android-developers.blogspot.com.au/2010/02/service-api-changes-starting-with.html

The key part here is a new result code returned by the function, telling the system what it should do with the service if its process is killed while it is running:

START_STICKY is basically the same as the previous behavior, where the service is left "started" and will later be restarted by the system. The only difference from previous versions of the platform is that it if it gets restarted because its process is killed, onStartCommand() will be called on the next instance of the service with a null Intent instead of not being called at all. Services that use this mode should always check for this case and deal with it appropriately.

START_NOT_STICKY says that, after returning from onStartCreated(), if the process is killed with no remaining start commands to deliver, then the service will be stopped instead of restarted. This makes a lot more sense for services that are intended to only run while executing commands sent to them. For example, a service may be started every 15 minutes from an alarm to poll some network state. If it gets killed while doing that work, it would be best to just let it be stopped and get started the next time the alarm fires.

START_REDELIVER_INTENT is like START_NOT_STICKY, except if the service's process is killed before it calls stopSelf() for a given intent, that intent will be re-delivered to it until it completes (unless after some number of more tries it still can't complete, at which point the system gives up). This is useful for services that are receiving commands of work to do, and want to make sure they do eventually complete the work for each command sent.

Add new column with foreign key constraint in one command

2020 Update

It's pretty old question but people are still returning to it I see. In case the above answers did not help you, make sure that you are using same data type for the new column as the id of the other table.

In my case, I was using Laravel and I use "unsigned integer" for all of my ids as there is no point of having negative id LOL.

So for that, the raw SQL query will change like this:

ALTER TABLE `table_name`
ADD `column_name` INTEGER UNSIGNED,
ADD CONSTRAINT constrain_name FOREIGN KEY(column_name) REFERENCES foreign_table_name(id);

I hope it helps

How do I Set Background image in Flutter?

You can use the following code to set a background image to your app:

class HomePage extends StatelessWidget {
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return Scaffold(
      body: Container(
        decoration: BoxDecoration(
          image: DecorationImage(
            image: AssetImage("images/background.jpg"),
            fit: BoxFit.cover,
          ),
        ),
        // use any child here
        child: null
      ),
    );
  }

If your Container's child is a Column widget, you can use the crossAxisAlignment: CrossAxisAlignment.stretch to make your background image fill the screen.

Display Last Saved Date on worksheet

You can also simple add the following into the Header or Footer of the Worksheet

Last Saved: &[Date] &[Time]

How do I handle ImeOptions' done button click?

More details on how to set the OnKeyListener, and have it listen for the Done button.

First add OnKeyListener to the implements section of your class. Then add the function defined in the OnKeyListener interface:

/*
 * Respond to soft keyboard events, look for the DONE press on the password field.
 */
public boolean onKey(View v, int keyCode, KeyEvent event)
{
    if ((event.getAction() == KeyEvent.ACTION_DOWN) &&
        (keyCode == KeyEvent.KEYCODE_ENTER))
    {
        // Done pressed!  Do something here.
    }
    // Returning false allows other listeners to react to the press.
    return false;
}

Given an EditText object:

EditText textField = (EditText)findViewById(R.id.MyEditText);
textField.setOnKeyListener(this);

PHP equivalent of .NET/Java's toString()

You can either use typecasting:

$var = (string)$varname;

or StringValue:

$var = strval($varname);

or SetType:

$success = settype($varname, 'string');
// $varname itself becomes a string

They all work for the same thing in terms of Type-Juggling.

Javascript checkbox onChange

If you are using jQuery.. then I can suggest the following: NOTE: I made some assumption here

$('#my_checkbox').click(function(){
    if($(this).is(':checked')){
        $('input[name="totalCost"]').val(10);
    } else {
        calculate();
    }
});

No Title Bar Android Theme

if you want the original style of your Ui to remain and the title bar to be removed with no effect on that, you have to remove the title bar in your activity rather than the manifest. leave the original theme style that you had in the manifest and in each activity that you want no title bar use this.requestWindowFeature(Window.FEATURE_NO_TITLE); in the oncreate() method before setcontentview() like this:

public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    this.requestWindowFeature(Window.FEATURE_NO_TITLE);
    setContentView(R.layout.activity_signup);
    ...
}

How do I execute a program using Maven?

In order to execute multiple programs, I also needed a profiles section:

<profiles>
  <profile>
    <id>traverse</id>
    <activation>
      <property>
        <name>traverse</name>
      </property>
    </activation>
    <build>
      <plugins>
        <plugin>
          <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId>
          <artifactId>exec-maven-plugin</artifactId>
          <configuration>
            <executable>java</executable>
            <arguments>
              <argument>-classpath</argument>
              <argument>org.dhappy.test.NeoTraverse</argument>
            </arguments>
          </configuration>
        </plugin>
      </plugins>
    </build>
  </profile>
</profiles>

This is then executable as:

mvn exec:exec -Ptraverse

Using unset vs. setting a variable to empty

As has been said, using unset is different with arrays as well

$ foo=(4 5 6)

$ foo[2]=

$ echo ${#foo[*]}
3

$ unset foo[2]

$ echo ${#foo[*]}
2

What's the equivalent of Java's Thread.sleep() in JavaScript?

You can either write a spin loop (a loop that just loops for a long period of time performing some sort of computation to delay the function) or use:

setTimeout("Func1()", 3000);

This will call 'Func1()' after 3 seconds.

Edit:

Credit goes to the commenters, but you can pass anonymous functions to setTimeout.

setTimeout(function() {
   //Do some stuff here
}, 3000);

This is much more efficient and does not invoke javascript's eval function.

SSH Key - Still asking for password and passphrase

Mobaxterme had a UI interface for it

setting > configuration > SSH > SSH Agent > [check] Use internal SSH agent "moboAgent" > add [your id_rsa and restart mobaxterme to set changes]

Docker error: invalid reference format: repository name must be lowercase

A reference in Docker is what points to an image. This could be in a remote registry or the local registry. Let me describe the error message first and then show the solutions for this.

invalid reference format

This means that the reference we have used is not a valid format. This means, the reference (pointer) we have used to identify an image is invalid. Generally, this is followed by a description as follows. This will make the error much clearer.

invalid reference format: repository name must be lowercase

This means the reference we are using should not have uppercase letters. Try running docker run Ubuntu (wrong) vs docker run ubuntu (correct). Docker does not allow any uppercase characters as an image reference. Simple troubleshooting steps.

1) Dockerfile contains a capital letters as images.

FROM Ubuntu (wrong)
FROM ubuntu (correct)

2) Image name defined in the docker-compose.yml had uppercase letters

3) If you are using Jenkins or GoCD for deploying your docker container, please check the run command, whether the image name includes a capital letter.

Please read this document written specifically for this error.

No newline at end of file

The core problem is what you define line and whether end-on-line character sequence is part of the line or not. UNIX-based editors (such as VIM) or tools (such as Git) use EOL character sequence as line terminator, therefore it's a part of the line. It's similar to use of semicolon (;) in C and Pascal. In C semicolon terminates statements, in Pascal it separates them.

python save image from url

Python3

import urllib.request
print('Beginning file download with urllib2...')
url = 'https://akm-img-a-in.tosshub.com/sites/btmt/images/stories/modi_instagram_660_020320092717.jpg'
urllib.request.urlretrieve(url, 'modiji.jpg')

How to convert DataSet to DataTable

Here is my solution:

DataTable datatable = (DataTable)dataset.datatablename;

How to prevent the "Confirm Form Resubmission" dialog?

It has nothing to do with your form or the values in it. It gets fired by the browser to prevent the user from repeating the same request with the cached data. If you really need to enable the refreshing of the result page, you should redirect the user, either via PHP (header('Location:result.php');) or other server-side language you're using. Meta tag solution should work also to disable the resending on refresh.

Reload an iframe with jQuery

If the iframe was not on a different domain, you could do something like this:

document.getElementById(FrameID).contentDocument.location.reload(true);

But since the iframe is on a different domain, you will be denied access to the iframe's contentDocument property by the same-origin policy.

But you can hackishly force the cross-domain iframe to reload if your code is running on the iframe's parent page, by setting it's src attribute to itself. Like this:

// hackishly force iframe to reload
var iframe = document.getElementById(FrameId);
iframe.src = iframe.src;

If you are trying to reload the iframe from another iframe, you are out of luck, that is not possible.

How to get the current user in ASP.NET MVC

You can use following code:

Request.LogonUserIdentity.Name;

Connect multiple devices to one device via Bluetooth

Yes you can do so and I have created a library for the same.
This allows you to connect up-to four devices to the main server device creating different channels for each client and running interactions on different threads.
To use this library simple add compile com.mdg.androble:library:0.1.2 in dependency section of your build.gradle .

Proper way to use AJAX Post in jquery to pass model from strongly typed MVC3 view

You can skip the var declaration and the stringify. Otherwise, that will work just fine.

$.ajax({
    url: '/home/check',
    type: 'POST',
    data: {
        Address1: "423 Judy Road",
        Address2: "1001",
        City: "New York",
        State: "NY",
        ZipCode: "10301",
        Country: "USA"
    },
    contentType: 'application/json; charset=utf-8',
    success: function (data) {
        alert(data.success);
    },
    error: function () {
        alert("error");
    }
});

Converting datetime.date to UTC timestamp in Python

i'm impressed of the deep discussion.

my 2 cents:

from datetime import datetime import time

the timestamp in utc is:

timestamp = \
(datetime.utcnow() - datetime(1970,1,1)).total_seconds()

or,

timestamp = time.time()

if now results from datetime.now(), in the same DST

utcoffset = (datetime.now() - datetime.utcnow()).total_seconds()
timestamp = \
(now - datetime(1970,1,1)).total_seconds() - utcoffset

How to add minutes to current time in swift

Two approaches:

  1. Use Calendar and date(byAdding:to:wrappingComponents:). E.g., in Swift 3 and later:

    let calendar = Calendar.current
    let date = calendar.date(byAdding: .minute, value: 5, to: startDate)
    
  2. Just use + operator (see +(_:_:)) to add a TimeInterval (i.e. a certain number of seconds). E.g. to add five minutes, you can:

    let date = startDate + 5 * 60
    

    (Note, the order is specific here: The date on the left side of the + and the seconds on the right side.)

    You can also use addingTimeInterval, if you’d prefer:

    let date = startDate.addingTimeInterval(5 * 60)
    

Bottom line, +/addingTimeInterval is easiest for simple scenarios, but if you ever want to add larger units (e.g., days, months, etc.), you would likely want to use the calendrical calculations because those adjust for daylight savings, whereas addingTimeInterval doesn’t.


For Swift 2 renditions, see the previous revision of this answer.

Is there any way to redraw tmux window when switching smaller monitor to bigger one?

ps ax | grep tmux
17685 pts/22   S+     0:00 tmux a -t 13g2
17920 pts/11   S+     0:00 tmux a -t 13g2
18065 pts/19   S+     0:00 grep tmux

kill the other one.

How to execute two mysql queries as one in PHP/MYSQL?

Using SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS you can't.

The row count available through FOUND_ROWS() is transient and not intended to be available past the statement following the SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS statement.

As someone noted in your earlier question, using SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS is frequently slower than just getting a count.

Perhaps you'd be best off doing this as as subquery:

SELECT 
 (select count(*) from my_table WHERE Name LIKE '%prashant%') 
as total_rows,
Id, Name FROM my_table WHERE Name LIKE '%prashant%' LIMIT 0, 10;

Adding script tag to React/JSX

According to Alex McMillan's solution, I have the following adaptation.
My own environment: React 16.8+, next v9+

// add a custom component named Script
// hooks/Script.js

import { useEffect } from 'react'

const useScript = (url, async) => {
  useEffect(() => {
    const script = document.createElement('script')

    script.src = url
    script.async = (typeof async === 'undefined' ? true : async )

    document.body.appendChild(script)

    return () => {
      document.body.removeChild(script)
    }
  }, [url])
}

export default function Script({ src, async=true}) {

  useScript(src, async)

  return null  // Return null is necessary for the moment.
}

// Use the custom compoennt, just import it and substitute the old lower case <script> tag with the custom camel case <Script> tag would suffice.
// index.js

import Script from "../hooks/Script";

<Fragment>
  {/* Google Map */}
  <div ref={el => this.el = el} className="gmap"></div>

  {/* Old html script */}
  {/*<script type="text/javascript" src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/js"></script>*/}

  {/* new custom Script component */}
  <Script src='http://maps.google.com/maps/api/js' async={false} />
</Fragment>

vue.js 'document.getElementById' shorthand

You can use the directive v-el to save an element and then use it later.

https://vuejs.org/api/#vm-els

<div v-el:my-div></div>
<!-- this.$els.myDiv --->

Edit: This is deprecated in Vue 2, see ??? answer

Scrolling to an Anchor using Transition/CSS3

Using the scroll-behavior CSS property:

(which is supported in modern browsers but not Edge):

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a {
  display: inline-block;
  padding: 5px 7%;
  text-decoration: none;
}

nav, section {
  display: block;
  margin: 0 auto;
  text-align: center;
}

nav {
  width: 350px;
  padding: 5px;
}

section {
  width: 350px;
  height: 130px;
  overflow-y: scroll;
  border: 1px solid black;
  font-size: 0; 
  scroll-behavior: smooth;    /* <----- THE SECRET ---- */
}

section div{
  display: flex;
  align-items: center;
  justify-content: center;
  height: 100%;
  font-size: 8vw;
}
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<nav>
  <a href="#page-1">1</a>
  <a href="#page-2">2</a>
  <a href="#page-3">3</a>
</nav>
<section>
  <div id="page-1">1</div>
  <div id="page-2">2</div>
  <div id="page-3">3</div>
</section>
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Unable to connect PostgreSQL to remote database using pgAdmin

It is actually a 3 step process to connect to a PostgreSQL server remotely through pgAdmin3.

Note: I use Ubuntu 11.04 and PostgreSQL 8.4.

  1. You have to make PostgreSQL listening for remote incoming TCP connections because the default settings allow to listen only for connections on the loopback interface. To be able to reach the server remotely you have to add the following line into the file /etc/postgresql/8.4/main/postgresql.conf:

    listen_addresses = '*'

  2. PostgreSQL by default refuses all connections it receives from any remote address, you have to relax these rules by adding this line to /etc/postgresql/8.4/main/pg_hba.conf:

    host all all 0.0.0.0/0 md5

    This is an access control rule that let anybody login in from any address if he can provide a valid password (the md5 keyword). You can use needed network/mask instead of 0.0.0.0/0 .

  3. When you have applied these modifications to your configuration files you need to restart PostgreSQL server. Now it is possible to login to your server remotely, using the username and password.

ArrayList initialization equivalent to array initialization

This is how it is done using the fluent interface of the op4j Java library (1.1. was released Dec '10) :-

List<String> names = Op.onListFor("Ryan", "Julie", "Bob").get();

It's a very cool library that saves you a tonne of time.

Convert string to datetime in vb.net

As an alternative, if you put a space between the date and time, DateTime.Parse will recognize the format for you. That's about as simple as you can get it. (If ParseExact was still not being recognized)

redirect COPY of stdout to log file from within bash script itself

Easy way to make a bash script log to syslog. The script output is available both through /var/log/syslog and through stderr. syslog will add useful metadata, including timestamps.

Add this line at the top:

exec &> >(logger -t myscript -s)

Alternatively, send the log to a separate file:

exec &> >(ts |tee -a /tmp/myscript.output >&2 )

This requires moreutils (for the ts command, which adds timestamps).

Downloading jQuery UI CSS from Google's CDN

The Google AJAX Libraries API, which includes jQuery UI (currently v1.10.3), also includes popular themes as per the jQuery UI blog:

Google Ajax Libraries API (CDN)

Complete list of reasons why a css file might not be working

I don't know if some people are loading first RESET.CSS:

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html, body, div, span, applet, object, iframe,
h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, blockquote, pre,
a, abbr, acronym, address, big, cite, code,
del, dfn, em, img, ins, kbd, q, s, samp,
small, strike, strong, sub, sup, tt, var,
b, u, i, center,
dl, dt, dd, ol, ul, li,
fieldset, form, label, legend,
table, caption, tbody, tfoot, thead, tr, th, td,
article, aside, canvas, details, embed, 
figure, figcaption, footer, header, hgroup, 
menu, nav, output, ruby, section, summary,
time, mark, audio, video {
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
    border: 0;
    font-size: 100%;
    font: inherit;
    vertical-align: baseline;
}
/* HTML5 display-role reset for older browsers */
article, aside, details, figcaption, figure, 
footer, header, hgroup, menu, nav, section {
    display: block;
}
body {
    line-height: 1;
}
ol, ul {
    list-style: none;
}
blockquote, q {
    quotes: none;
}
blockquote:before, blockquote:after,
q:before, q:after {
    content: '';
    content: none;
}
table {
    border-collapse: collapse;
    border-spacing: 0;
}

a {
    color: inherit;
    text-decoration: none;
}
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How to "wait" a Thread in Android

You can try this one it is short :)

SystemClock.sleep(7000);

It will sleep for 7 sec look at documentation

updating nodejs on ubuntu 16.04

Run these commands:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev
curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.33.11/install.sh | bash
source ~/.profile
nvm ls-remote
nvm install v9.10.1
nvm use v9.10.1
node -v

Using Mockito, how do I verify a method was a called with a certain argument?

This is the better solution:

verify(mock_contractsDao, times(1)).save(Mockito.eq("Parameter I'm expecting"));

Is there a way to force npm to generate package-lock.json?

As several answer explained the you should run:

npm i

BUT if it does not solve...

Check the version of your npm executable. (For me it was 3.x.x which doesn't uses the package-lock.json (at all))

npm -v

It should be at least 5.x.x (which introduced the package-lock.json file.)

To update npm on Linux, follow these instructions.

For more details about package files, please read this medium story.

Checking if jquery is loaded using Javascript

You can just type window.jQuery in Console . If it return a function(e,n) ... Then it is confirmed that the jquery is loaded and working successfully.

How do you configure tomcat to bind to a single ip address (localhost) instead of all addresses?

It may be worth mentioning that running tomcat as a non root user (which you should be doing) will prevent you from using a port below 1024 on *nix. If you want to use TC as a standalone server -- as its performance no longer requires it to be fronted by Apache or the like -- you'll want to bind to port 80 along with whatever IP address you're specifying.

You can do this by using IPTABLES to redirect port 80 to 8080.

How can I get the content of CKEditor using JQuery?

var value = CKEDITOR.instances['YourInstanceName'].getData()
 alert( value);

Replace YourInstanceName with the name of your instance and you will get the desired results.

How to save final model using keras?

you can save the model in json and weights in a hdf5 file format.

# keras library import  for Saving and loading model and weights

from keras.models import model_from_json
from keras.models import load_model

# serialize model to JSON
#  the keras model which is trained is defined as 'model' in this example
model_json = model.to_json()


with open("model_num.json", "w") as json_file:
    json_file.write(model_json)

# serialize weights to HDF5
model.save_weights("model_num.h5")

files "model_num.h5" and "model_num.json" are created which contain our model and weights

To use the same trained model for further testing you can simply load the hdf5 file and use it for the prediction of different data. here's how to load the model from saved files.

# load json and create model
json_file = open('model_num.json', 'r')

loaded_model_json = json_file.read()
json_file.close()
loaded_model = model_from_json(loaded_model_json)

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

loaded_model.save('model_num.hdf5')
loaded_model=load_model('model_num.hdf5')

To predict for different data you can use this

loaded_model.predict_classes("your_test_data here")

How to find the port for MS SQL Server 2008?

In addition to what is listed above, I had to enable both TCP and UDP ports for SQLExpress to connect remotely. Because I have three different instances on my development machine, I enable 1430-1435 for both TCP and UDP.

How to access SVG elements with Javascript

Is it possible to do it this way, as opposed to using something like Raphael or jQuery SVG?

Definitely.

If it is possible, what's the technique?

This annotated code snippet works:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <head>
        <title>SVG Illustrator Test</title> 
    </head>
    <body>

        <object data="alpha.svg" type="image/svg+xml"
         id="alphasvg" width="100%" height="100%"></object>

        <script>
            var a = document.getElementById("alphasvg");

            // It's important to add an load event listener to the object,
            // as it will load the svg doc asynchronously
            a.addEventListener("load",function(){

                // get the inner DOM of alpha.svg
                var svgDoc = a.contentDocument;
                // get the inner element by id
                var delta = svgDoc.getElementById("delta");
                // add behaviour
                delta.addEventListener("mousedown",function(){
                        alert('hello world!')
                }, false);
            }, false);
        </script>
    </body>
</html>

Note that a limitation of this technique is that it is restricted by the same-origin policy, so alpha.svg must be hosted on the same domain as the .html file, otherwise the inner DOM of the object will be inaccessible.

Important thing to run this HTML, you need host HTML file to web server like IIS, Tomcat

What's the best way to do a backwards loop in C/C#/C++?

Looks good to me. If the indexer was unsigned (uint etc), you might have to take that into account. Call me lazy, but in that (unsigned) case, I might just use a counter-variable:

uint pos = arr.Length;
for(uint i = 0; i < arr.Length ; i++)
{
    arr[--pos] = 42;
}

(actually, even here you'd need to be careful of cases like arr.Length = uint.MaxValue... maybe a != somewhere... of course, that is a very unlikely case!)

There is already an open DataReader associated with this Command which must be closed first

For those finding this via Google;
I was getting this error because, as suggested by the error, I failed to close a SqlDataReader prior to creating another on the same SqlCommand, mistakenly assuming that it would be garbage collected when leaving the method it was created in.

I solved the issue by calling sqlDataReader.Close(); before creating the second reader.

Get height of div with no height set in css

Just a note in case others have the same problem.

I had the same problem and found a different answer. I found that getting the height of a div that's height is determined by its contents needs to be initiated on window.load, or window.scroll not document.ready otherwise i get odd heights/smaller heights, i.e before the images have loaded. I also used outerHeight().

var currentHeight = 0;
$(window).load(function() {
    //get the natural page height -set it in variable above.

    currentHeight = $('#js_content_container').outerHeight();

    console.log("set current height on load = " + currentHeight)
    console.log("content height function (should be 374)  = " + contentHeight());   

});

How to check for file lock?

The other answers rely on old information. This one provides a better solution.

Long ago it was impossible to reliably get the list of processes locking a file because Windows simply did not track that information. To support the Restart Manager API, that information is now tracked. The Restart Manager API is available beginning with Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 (Restart Manager: Run-time Requirements).

I put together code that takes the path of a file and returns a List<Process> of all processes that are locking that file.

static public class FileUtil
{
    [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential)]
    struct RM_UNIQUE_PROCESS
    {
        public int dwProcessId;
        public System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComTypes.FILETIME ProcessStartTime;
    }

    const int RmRebootReasonNone = 0;
    const int CCH_RM_MAX_APP_NAME = 255;
    const int CCH_RM_MAX_SVC_NAME = 63;

    enum RM_APP_TYPE
    {
        RmUnknownApp = 0,
        RmMainWindow = 1,
        RmOtherWindow = 2,
        RmService = 3,
        RmExplorer = 4,
        RmConsole = 5,
        RmCritical = 1000
    }

    [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential, CharSet = CharSet.Unicode)]
    struct RM_PROCESS_INFO
    {
        public RM_UNIQUE_PROCESS Process;

        [MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.ByValTStr, SizeConst = CCH_RM_MAX_APP_NAME + 1)]
        public string strAppName;

        [MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.ByValTStr, SizeConst = CCH_RM_MAX_SVC_NAME + 1)]
        public string strServiceShortName;

        public RM_APP_TYPE ApplicationType;
        public uint AppStatus;
        public uint TSSessionId;
        [MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.Bool)]
        public bool bRestartable;
    }

    [DllImport("rstrtmgr.dll", CharSet = CharSet.Unicode)]
    static extern int RmRegisterResources(uint pSessionHandle,
                                          UInt32 nFiles,
                                          string[] rgsFilenames,
                                          UInt32 nApplications,
                                          [In] RM_UNIQUE_PROCESS[] rgApplications,
                                          UInt32 nServices,
                                          string[] rgsServiceNames);

    [DllImport("rstrtmgr.dll", CharSet = CharSet.Auto)]
    static extern int RmStartSession(out uint pSessionHandle, int dwSessionFlags, string strSessionKey);

    [DllImport("rstrtmgr.dll")]
    static extern int RmEndSession(uint pSessionHandle);

    [DllImport("rstrtmgr.dll")]
    static extern int RmGetList(uint dwSessionHandle,
                                out uint pnProcInfoNeeded,
                                ref uint pnProcInfo,
                                [In, Out] RM_PROCESS_INFO[] rgAffectedApps,
                                ref uint lpdwRebootReasons);

    /// <summary>
    /// Find out what process(es) have a lock on the specified file.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="path">Path of the file.</param>
    /// <returns>Processes locking the file</returns>
    /// <remarks>See also:
    /// http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa373661(v=vs.85).aspx
    /// http://wyupdate.googlecode.com/svn-history/r401/trunk/frmFilesInUse.cs (no copyright in code at time of viewing)
    /// 
    /// </remarks>
    static public List<Process> WhoIsLocking(string path)
    {
        uint handle;
        string key = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
        List<Process> processes = new List<Process>();

        int res = RmStartSession(out handle, 0, key);

        if (res != 0)
            throw new Exception("Could not begin restart session.  Unable to determine file locker.");

        try
        {
            const int ERROR_MORE_DATA = 234;
            uint pnProcInfoNeeded = 0,
                 pnProcInfo = 0,
                 lpdwRebootReasons = RmRebootReasonNone;

            string[] resources = new string[] { path }; // Just checking on one resource.

            res = RmRegisterResources(handle, (uint)resources.Length, resources, 0, null, 0, null);

            if (res != 0) 
                throw new Exception("Could not register resource.");                                    

            //Note: there's a race condition here -- the first call to RmGetList() returns
            //      the total number of process. However, when we call RmGetList() again to get
            //      the actual processes this number may have increased.
            res = RmGetList(handle, out pnProcInfoNeeded, ref pnProcInfo, null, ref lpdwRebootReasons);

            if (res == ERROR_MORE_DATA)
            {
                // Create an array to store the process results
                RM_PROCESS_INFO[] processInfo = new RM_PROCESS_INFO[pnProcInfoNeeded];
                pnProcInfo = pnProcInfoNeeded;

                // Get the list
                res = RmGetList(handle, out pnProcInfoNeeded, ref pnProcInfo, processInfo, ref lpdwRebootReasons);

                if (res == 0)
                {
                    processes = new List<Process>((int)pnProcInfo);

                    // Enumerate all of the results and add them to the 
                    // list to be returned
                    for (int i = 0; i < pnProcInfo; i++)
                    {
                        try
                        {
                            processes.Add(Process.GetProcessById(processInfo[i].Process.dwProcessId));
                        }
                        // catch the error -- in case the process is no longer running
                        catch (ArgumentException) { }
                    }
                }
                else
                    throw new Exception("Could not list processes locking resource.");                    
            }
            else if (res != 0)
                throw new Exception("Could not list processes locking resource. Failed to get size of result.");                    
        }
        finally
        {
            RmEndSession(handle);
        }

        return processes;
    }
}

UPDATE

Here is another discussion with sample code on how to use the Restart Manager API.

Mongodb: Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1:27017, reason: errno:10061

I started mongod in cmd,It threw error like C:\data\db\ not found. Created folder then typed mongod opened another cmd typed mongo it worked.

Javascript call() & apply() vs bind()?

Here is one good article to illustrate the difference among bind(), apply() and call(), summarize it as below.

  • bind() allows us to easily set which specific object will be bound to this when a function or method is invoked.

    // This data variable is a global variable?
    var data = [
        {name:"Samantha", age:12},
        {name:"Alexis", age:14}
    ]
    var user = {
        // local data variable?
        data    :[
            {name:"T. Woods", age:37},
            {name:"P. Mickelson", age:43}
        ],
        showData:function (event) {
            var randomNum = ((Math.random () * 2 | 0) + 1) - 1; // random number between 0 and 1?
            console.log (this.data[randomNum].name + " " + this.data[randomNum].age);
        }
    }
    
    // Assign the showData method of the user object to a variable?
    var showDataVar = user.showData;
    showDataVar (); // Samantha 12 (from the global data array, not from the local data array)?
    /*
    This happens because showDataVar () is executed as a global function and use of this inside 
    showDataVar () is bound to the global scope, which is the window object in browsers.
    */
    
    // Bind the showData method to the user object?
    var showDataVar = user.showData.bind (user);
    // Now the we get the value from the user object because the this keyword is bound to the user object?
    showDataVar (); // P. Mickelson 43?
    
  • bind() allow us to borrow methods

    // Here we have a cars object that does not have a method to print its data to the console?
    var cars = {
        data:[
           {name:"Honda Accord", age:14},
           {name:"Tesla Model S", age:2}
       ]
    }
    
    // We can borrow the showData () method from the user object we defined in the last example.?
    // Here we bind the user.showData method to the cars object we just created.?
    cars.showData = user.showData.bind (cars);
    cars.showData (); // Honda Accord 14?
    

    One problem with this example is that we are adding a new method showData on the cars object and we might not want to do that just to borrow a method because the cars object might already have a property or method name showData. We don’t want to overwrite it accidentally. As we will see in our discussion of Apply and Call below, it is best to borrow a method using either the Apply or Call method.

  • bind() allow us to curry a function

    Function Currying, also known as partial function application, is the use of a function (that accept one or more arguments) that returns a new function with some of the arguments already set.

    function greet (gender, age, name) {
        // if a male, use Mr., else use Ms.?
        var salutation = gender === "male" ? "Mr. " : "Ms. ";
        if (age > 25) {
            return "Hello, " + salutation + name + ".";
        }else {
            return "Hey, " + name + ".";
        }
     }
    

    We can use bind() to curry this greet function

    // So we are passing null because we are not using the "this" keyword in our greet function.
    var greetAnAdultMale = greet.bind (null, "male", 45);
    
    greetAnAdultMale ("John Hartlove"); // "Hello, Mr. John Hartlove."
    
    var greetAYoungster = greet.bind (null, "", 16);
    greetAYoungster ("Alex"); // "Hey, Alex."?
    greetAYoungster ("Emma Waterloo"); // "Hey, Emma Waterloo."
    
  • apply() or call() to set this value

    The apply, call, and bind methods are all used to set the this value when invoking a method, and they do it in slightly different ways to allow use direct control and versatility in our JavaScript code.

    The apply and call methods are almost identical when setting the this value except that you pass the function parameters to apply () as an array, while you have to list the parameters individually to pass them to the call () method.

    Here is one example to use call or apply to set this in the callback function.

    // Define an object with some properties and a method?
    // We will later pass the method as a callback function to another function?
    var clientData = {
        id: 094545,
        fullName: "Not Set",
        // setUserName is a method on the clientData object?
        setUserName: function (firstName, lastName)  {
            // this refers to the fullName property in this object?
            this.fullName = firstName + " " + lastName;
        }
    };
    
    function getUserInput (firstName, lastName, callback, callbackObj) {
         // The use of the Apply method below will set the "this" value to callbackObj?
         callback.apply (callbackObj, [firstName, lastName]);
    }
    
    // The clientData object will be used by the Apply method to set the "this" value?
    getUserInput ("Barack", "Obama", clientData.setUserName, clientData);
    // the fullName property on the clientData was correctly set?
    console.log (clientData.fullName); // Barack Obama
    
  • Borrow functions with apply or call

    • Borrow Array methods

      Let’s create an array-like object and borrow some array methods to operate on the our array-like object.

      // An array-like object: note the non-negative integers used as keys?
      var anArrayLikeObj = {0:"Martin", 1:78, 2:67, 3:["Letta", "Marieta", "Pauline"], length:4 };
      
       // Make a quick copy and save the results in a real array:
       // First parameter sets the "this" value?
       var newArray = Array.prototype.slice.call (anArrayLikeObj, 0);
       console.log (newArray); // ["Martin", 78, 67, Array[3]]?
      
       // Search for "Martin" in the array-like object?
       console.log (Array.prototype.indexOf.call (anArrayLikeObj, "Martin") === -1 ? false : true); // true?
      

      Another common case is that convert arguments to array as following

        // We do not define the function with any parameters, yet we can get all the arguments passed to it?
       function doSomething () {
          var args = Array.prototype.slice.call (arguments);
          console.log (args);
       }
      
       doSomething ("Water", "Salt", "Glue"); // ["Water", "Salt", "Glue"]
      
    • Borrow other methods

      var gameController = {
           scores  :[20, 34, 55, 46, 77],
           avgScore:null,
           players :[
                {name:"Tommy", playerID:987, age:23},
                {name:"Pau", playerID:87, age:33}
           ]
       }
       var appController = {
           scores  :[900, 845, 809, 950],
           avgScore:null,
           avg     :function () {
                   var sumOfScores = this.scores.reduce (function (prev, cur, index, array) {
                        return prev + cur;
               });
               this.avgScore = sumOfScores / this.scores.length;
           }
         }
         // Note that we are using the apply () method, so the 2nd argument has to be an array?
         appController.avg.apply (gameController);
         console.log (gameController.avgScore); // 46.4?
         // appController.avgScore is still null; it was not updated, only gameController.avgScore was updated?
         console.log (appController.avgScore); // null?
      
  • Use apply() to execute variable-arity function

The Math.max is one example of variable-arity function,

// We can pass any number of arguments to the Math.max () method?
console.log (Math.max (23, 11, 34, 56)); // 56

But what if we have an array of numbers to pass to Math.max? We cannot do this:

var allNumbers = [23, 11, 34, 56];
// We cannot pass an array of numbers to the the Math.max method like this?
console.log (Math.max (allNumbers)); // NaN

This is where the apply () method helps us execute variadic functions. Instead of the above, we have to pass the array of numbers using apply () thus:

var allNumbers = [23, 11, 34, 56];
// Using the apply () method, we can pass the array of numbers:
console.log (Math.max.apply (null, allNumbers)); // 56

Check file size before upload

Client side Upload Canceling

On modern browsers (FF >= 3.6, Chrome >= 19.0, Opera >= 12.0, and buggy on Safari), you can use the HTML5 File API. When the value of a file input changes, this API will allow you to check whether the file size is within your requirements. Of course, this, as well as MAX_FILE_SIZE, can be tampered with so always use server side validation.

<form method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data" action="upload.php">
    <input type="file" name="file" id="file" />
    <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" />
</form>

<script>
document.forms[0].addEventListener('submit', function( evt ) {
    var file = document.getElementById('file').files[0];

    if(file && file.size < 10485760) { // 10 MB (this size is in bytes)
        //Submit form        
    } else {
        //Prevent default and display error
        evt.preventDefault();
    }
}, false);
</script>

Server Side Upload Canceling

On the server side, it is impossible to stop an upload from happening from PHP because once PHP has been invoked the upload has already completed. If you are trying to save bandwidth, you can deny uploads from the server side with the ini setting upload_max_filesize. The trouble with this is this applies to all uploads so you'll have to pick something liberal that works for all of your uploads. The use of MAX_FILE_SIZE has been discussed in other answers. I suggest reading the manual on it. Do know that it, along with anything else client side (including the javascript check), can be tampered with so you should always have server side (PHP) validation.

PHP Validation

On the server side you should validate that the file is within the size restrictions (because everything up to this point except for the INI setting could be tampered with). You can use the $_FILES array to find out the upload size. (Docs on the contents of $_FILES can be found below the MAX_FILE_SIZE docs)

upload.php

<?php
if(isset($_FILES['file'])) {
    if($_FILES['file']['size'] > 10485760) { //10 MB (size is also in bytes)
        // File too big
    } else {
        // File within size restrictions
    }
}

Function that creates a timestamp in c#

You can also use

Stopwatch.GetTimestamp().ToString();

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

I had the same problem after merging a branch with a ton of changes back into my trunk. The only two solutions I could see was to do the svn move solution offered by Pacifika or manually merging the files with a diff tool. But I did find a workaround...

The machine that wasn't working was running Subversion client 1.6.5. I did the exact same thing on a machine with Subversion 1.5.4 and it worked! On both machines I did a 1) clean checkout of trunk, 2) svn merge ..., and 3) svn commit. My server is 1.5.x for what that's worth.

Hope this helps somebody.

C++ passing an array pointer as a function argument

I'm guessing this will help.

When passed as functions arguments, arrays act the same way as pointers. So you don't need to reference them. Simply type: int x[] or int x[a] . Both ways will work. I guess its the same thing Konrad Rudolf was saying, figured as much.

Android Studio build fails with "Task '' not found in root project 'MyProject'."

I got this problem because it could not find the Android SDK path. I was missing a local.properties file with it or an ANDROID_HOME environment variable with it.

Error in plot.window(...) : need finite 'xlim' values

I had the same problem. I solve it when I convert string to factor. In your case, check the class of variable and check if they are numeric and 'train and test' should be factor.

Converting a string to JSON object

var obj = jQuery.parseJSON('{"name":"John"}');
alert( obj.name === "John" );

link:-

http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.parseJSON/