Programs & Examples On #Displayobject

Typescript: How to extend two classes?

In design patterns there is a principle called "favouring composition over inheritance". It says instead of inheriting Class B from Class A ,put an instance of class A inside class B as a property and then you can use functionalities of class A inside class B. You can see some examples of that here and here.

Class type check in TypeScript

4.19.4 The instanceof operator

The instanceof operator requires the left operand to be of type Any, an object type, or a type parameter type, and the right operand to be of type Any or a subtype of the 'Function' interface type. The result is always of the Boolean primitive type.

So you could use

mySprite instanceof Sprite;

Note that this operator is also in ActionScript but it shouldn't be used there anymore:

The is operator, which is new for ActionScript 3.0, allows you to test whether a variable or expression is a member of a given data type. In previous versions of ActionScript, the instanceof operator provided this functionality, but in ActionScript 3.0 the instanceof operator should not be used to test for data type membership. The is operator should be used instead of the instanceof operator for manual type checking, because the expression x instanceof y merely checks the prototype chain of x for the existence of y (and in ActionScript 3.0, the prototype chain does not provide a complete picture of the inheritance hierarchy).

TypeScript's instanceof shares the same problems. As it is a language which is still in its development I recommend you to state a proposal of such facility.

See also:

Difference between VARCHAR and TEXT in MySQL

There is an important detail that has been omitted in the answer above.

MySQL imposes a limit of 65,535 bytes for the max size of each row. The size of a VARCHAR column is counted towards the maximum row size, while TEXT columns are assumed to be storing their data by reference so they only need 9-12 bytes. That means even if the "theoretical" max size of your VARCHAR field is 65,535 characters you won't be able to achieve that if you have more than one column in your table.

Also note that the actual number of bytes required by a VARCHAR field is dependent on the encoding of the column (and the content). MySQL counts the maximum possible bytes used toward the max row size, so if you use a multibyte encoding like utf8mb4 (which you almost certainly should) it will use up even more of your maximum row size.

Correction: Regardless of how MySQL computes the max row size, whether or not the VARCHAR/TEXT field data is ACTUALLY stored in the row or stored by reference depends on your underlying storage engine. For InnoDB the row format affects this behavior. (Thanks Bill-Karwin)

Reasons to use TEXT:

  • If you want to store a paragraph or more of text
  • If you don't need to index the column
  • If you have reached the row size limit for your table

Reasons to use VARCHAR:

  • If you want to store a few words or a sentence
  • If you want to index the (entire) column
  • If you want to use the column with foreign-key constraints

Download data url file

Your problem essentially boils down to "not all browsers will support this".

You could try a workaround and serve the unzipped files from a Flash object, but then you'd lose the JS-only purity (anyway, I'm not sure whether you currently can "drag files into browser" without some sort of Flash workaround - is that a HTML5 feature maybe?)

Execute Insert command and return inserted Id in Sql

using(SqlCommand cmd=new SqlCommand("INSERT INTO Mem_Basic(Mem_Na,Mem_Occ) " +
    "VALUES(@na,@occ);SELECT SCOPE_IDENTITY();",con))
{
    cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@na", Mem_NA);
    cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@occ", Mem_Occ);
    con.Open();

    int modified = cmd.ExecuteNonQuery();

    if (con.State == System.Data.ConnectionState.Open) con.Close();
        return modified;
}

SCOPE_IDENTITY : Returns the last identity value inserted into an identity column in the same scope. for more details http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190315.aspx

Recursively add the entire folder to a repository

In my case, there was a .git folder in the subdirectory because I had previously initialized a git repo there. When I added the subdirectory it simply added it as a subproject without adding any of the contained files.

I solved the issue by removing the git repository from the subdirectory and then re-adding the folder.

byte array to pdf

Usually this happens if something is wrong with the byte array.

File.WriteAllBytes("filename.PDF", Byte[]);

This creates a new file, writes the specified byte array to the file, and then closes the file. If the target file already exists, it is overwritten.

Asynchronous implementation of this is also available.

public static System.Threading.Tasks.Task WriteAllBytesAsync 
(string path, byte[] bytes, System.Threading.CancellationToken cancellationToken = null);

In bootstrap how to add borders to rows without adding up?

You can remove the border from top if the element is sibling of the row . Add this to css :

.row + .row {
   border-top:0;
}

Here is the link to the fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/7cb3Y/3/

Restart android machine

I think the only way to do this is to run another machine in parallel and use that machine to issue commands to your android box similar to how you would with a phone. If you have issues with the IP changing you can reserve an ip on your router and have the machine grab that one instead of asking the routers DHCP for one. This way you can ping the machine and figure out if it's done rebooting to continue the script.

Outline radius?

clip-path: circle(100px at center);

This will actually make clickable only circle, while border-radius still makes a square, but looks as circle.

Java generics - why is "extends T" allowed but not "implements T"?

It's sort of arbitrary which of the terms to use. It could have been either way. Perhaps the language designers thought of "extends" as the most fundamental term, and "implements" as the special case for interfaces.

But I think implements would make slightly more sense. I think that communicates more that the parameter types don't have to be in an inheritance relationship, they can be in any kind of subtype relationship.

The Java Glossary expresses a similar view.

Testing if a checkbox is checked with jQuery

<input type="checkbox" id="ans" value="1" />

Jquery : var test= $("#ans").is(':checked') and it return true or false.

In your function:

$test =($request->get ( 'test' )== "true")? '1' : '0';

Capitalize words in string

Ivo's answer is good, but I prefer to not match on \w because there's no need to capitalize 0-9 and A-Z. We can ignore those and only match on a-z.

'your string'.replace(/\b[a-z]/g, match => match.toUpperCase())
// => 'Your String'

It's the same output, but I think clearer in terms of self-documenting code.

Detecting touch screen devices with Javascript

Found testing for window.Touch didn't work on android but this does:

function is_touch_device() {
  return !!('ontouchstart' in window);
}

See article: What's the best way to detect a 'touch screen' device using JavaScript?

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

You don't set value to default in a table. You should clear the option "Default value or Binding" first.

Array[n] vs Array[10] - Initializing array with variable vs real number

In C++, variable length arrays are not legal. G++ allows this as an "extension" (because C allows it), so in G++ (without being -pedantic about following the C++ standard), you can do:

int n = 10;
double a[n]; // Legal in g++ (with extensions), illegal in proper C++

If you want a "variable length array" (better called a "dynamically sized array" in C++, since proper variable length arrays aren't allowed), you either have to dynamically allocate memory yourself:

int n = 10;
double* a = new double[n]; // Don't forget to delete [] a; when you're done!

Or, better yet, use a standard container:

int n = 10;
std::vector<double> a(n); // Don't forget to #include <vector>

If you still want a proper array, you can use a constant, not a variable, when creating it:

const int n = 10;
double a[n]; // now valid, since n isn't a variable (it's a compile time constant)

Similarly, if you want to get the size from a function in C++11, you can use a constexpr:

constexpr int n()
{
    return 10;
}

double a[n()]; // n() is a compile time constant expression

How to create a simple http proxy in node.js?

Here's a proxy server using request that handles redirects. Use it by hitting your proxy URL http://domain.com:3000/?url=[your_url]

var http = require('http');
var url = require('url');
var request = require('request');

http.createServer(onRequest).listen(3000);

function onRequest(req, res) {

    var queryData = url.parse(req.url, true).query;
    if (queryData.url) {
        request({
            url: queryData.url
        }).on('error', function(e) {
            res.end(e);
        }).pipe(res);
    }
    else {
        res.end("no url found");
    }
}

Referenced Project gets "lost" at Compile Time

Make sure that both projects have same target framework version here: right click on project -> properties -> application (tab) -> target framework

Also, make sure that the project "logger" (which you want to include in the main project) has the output type "Class Library" in: right click on project -> properties -> application (tab) -> output type

Finally, Rebuild the solution.

Using Excel as front end to Access database (with VBA)

Just skip the excel part - the excel user forms are just a poor man's version of the way more robust Access forms. Also Access VBA is identical to Excel VBA - you just have to learn Access' object model. With a simple application you won't need to write much VBA anyways because in Access you can wire things together quite easily.

Casting to string in JavaScript

In addition to all the above, one should note that, for a defined value v:

  • String(v) calls v.toString()
  • '' + v calls v.valueOf() prior to any other type cast

So we could do something like:

var mixin = {
  valueOf:  function () { return false },
  toString: function () { return 'true' }
};
mixin === false;  // false
mixin == false;    // true
'' + mixin;       // "false"
String(mixin)     // "true"

Tested in FF 34.0 and Node 0.10

Where can I get a virtual machine online?

Try this:

http://aws.amazon.com/free/

one year free. I do use this for a while.

Difference between staticmethod and classmethod

@staticmethod just disables the default function as method descriptor. classmethod wraps your function in a container callable that passes a reference to the owning class as first argument:

>>> class C(object):
...  pass
... 
>>> def f():
...  pass
... 
>>> staticmethod(f).__get__(None, C)
<function f at 0x5c1cf0>
>>> classmethod(f).__get__(None, C)
<bound method type.f of <class '__main__.C'>>

As a matter of fact, classmethod has a runtime overhead but makes it possible to access the owning class. Alternatively I recommend using a metaclass and putting the class methods on that metaclass:

>>> class CMeta(type):
...  def foo(cls):
...   print cls
... 
>>> class C(object):
...  __metaclass__ = CMeta
... 
>>> C.foo()
<class '__main__.C'>

How to delete rows in tables that contain foreign keys to other tables

From your question, I think it is safe to assume you have CASCADING DELETES turned on.
All that is needed in that case is

DELETE FROM MainTable
WHERE PrimaryKey = ???

You database engine will take care of deleting the corresponding referencing records.

JavaScript string newline character?

yes use \n, unless you are generating html code, in which you want to use <br />

Exercises to improve my Java programming skills

Go and buy the book titled "Java examples in a nutshell". In the book you will find most of practical examples.

Can dplyr package be used for conditional mutating?

The derivedFactor function from mosaic package seems to be designed to handle this. Using this example, it would look like:

library(dplyr)
library(mosaic)
df <- mutate(df, g = derivedFactor(
     "2" = (a == 2 | a == 5 | a == 7 | (a == 1 & b == 4)),
     "3" = (a == 0 | a == 1 | a == 4 | a == 3 |  c == 4),
     .method = "first",
     .default = NA
     ))

(If you want the result to be numeric instead of a factor, you can wrap derivedFactor in an as.numeric call.)

derivedFactor can be used for an arbitrary number of conditionals, too.

Javascript decoding html entities

I think you are looking for this ?

$('#your_id').html('&lt;p&gt;name&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;&lt;span style="font-size:xx-small;"&gt;ajde&lt;/span&gt;&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;&lt;em&gt;da&lt;/em&gt;&lt;/p&gt;').text();

Make a phone call programmatically

Swift

if let url = NSURL(string: "tel://\(number)"), 
    UIApplication.sharedApplication().canOpenURL(url) {
        UIApplication.shared.open(url, options: [:], completionHandler: nil)
}

How to check if all of the following items are in a list?

This was what I was searching online but unfortunately found not online but while experimenting on python interpreter.

>>> case  = "caseCamel"
>>> label = "Case Camel"
>>> list  = ["apple", "banana"]
>>>
>>> (case or label) in list
False
>>> list = ["apple", "caseCamel"]
>>> (case or label) in list
True
>>> (case and label) in list
False
>>> list = ["case", "caseCamel", "Case Camel"]
>>> (case and label) in list
True
>>>

and if you have a looong list of variables held in a sublist variable

>>>
>>> list  = ["case", "caseCamel", "Case Camel"]
>>> label = "Case Camel"
>>> case  = "caseCamel"
>>>
>>> sublist = ["unique banana", "very unique banana"]
>>>
>>> # example for if any (at least one) item contained in superset (or statement)
...
>>> next((True for item in sublist if next((True for x in list if x == item), False)), False)
False
>>>
>>> sublist[0] = label
>>>
>>> next((True for item in sublist if next((True for x in list if x == item), False)), False)
True
>>>
>>> # example for whether a subset (all items) contained in superset (and statement)
...
>>> # a bit of demorgan's law
...
>>> next((False for item in sublist if item not in list), True)
False
>>>
>>> sublist[1] = case
>>>
>>> next((False for item in sublist if item not in list), True)
True
>>>
>>> next((True for item in sublist if next((True for x in list if x == item), False)), False)
True
>>>
>>>

Search a string in a file and delete it from this file by Shell Script

sed -i '/pattern/d' file

Use 'd' to delete a line. This works at least with GNU-Sed.

If your Sed doesn't have the option, to change a file in place, maybe you can use an intermediate file, to store the modification:

sed '/pattern/d' file > tmpfile && mv tmpfile file

Writing directly to the source usually doesn't work: sed '/pattern/d' file > file so make a copy before trying out, if you doubt it.

how to release localhost from Error: listen EADDRINUSE

I have node red installed on my Mac and my Raspberry Pi. Had the exact same problem and doing 'killall' didn't help. Once I shut down the Raspberry Pi and restarted my computer it worked fine.

How do I pretty-print existing JSON data with Java?

If you are using jackson you can easily achieve this with configuring a SerializationFeature in your ObjectMapper:

com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper();

mapper.configure(SerializationFeature.INDENT_OUTPUT, true);

mapper.writeValueAsString(<yourObject>);

Thats it.

iOS Remote Debugging

Even I am looking for the same feature, and as of today, its yet to be implemented. I can think of two options however,

  1. I noticed that the behavior of Chrome and Safari are quite identical; Chrome even supports the Gyroscope and other related events which are supported by Safari. I am currently debugging my Web App by enabling the debug console on Safari (Through Settings->Safari)

  2. Also try Adobe Shadow, which allows remote debugging/inspection and Sync.

HTH.

Java - Convert integer to string

This will do. Pretty trustworthy. : )

    ""+number;

Just to clarify, this works and acceptable to use unless you are looking for micro optimization.

git repo says it's up-to-date after pull but files are not updated

Try this:

 git fetch --all
 git reset --hard origin/master

Explanation:

git fetch downloads the latest from remote without trying to merge or rebase anything.

Please let me know if you have any questions!

Maintain model of scope when changing between views in AngularJS

I took a bit of time to work out what is the best way of doing this. I also wanted to keep the state, when the user leaves the page and then presses the back button, to get back to the old page; and not just put all my data into the rootscope.

The final result is to have a service for each controller. In the controller, you just have functions and variables that you dont care about, if they are cleared.

The service for the controller is injected by dependency injection. As services are singletons, their data is not destroyed like the data in the controller.

In the service, I have a model. the model ONLY has data - no functions -. That way it can be converted back and forth from JSON to persist it. I used the html5 localstorage for persistence.

Lastly i used window.onbeforeunload and $rootScope.$broadcast('saveState'); to let all the services know that they should save their state, and $rootScope.$broadcast('restoreState') to let them know to restore their state ( used for when the user leaves the page and presses the back button to return to the page respectively).

Example service called userService for my userController :

app.factory('userService', ['$rootScope', function ($rootScope) {

    var service = {

        model: {
            name: '',
            email: ''
        },

        SaveState: function () {
            sessionStorage.userService = angular.toJson(service.model);
        },

        RestoreState: function () {
            service.model = angular.fromJson(sessionStorage.userService);
        }
    }

    $rootScope.$on("savestate", service.SaveState);
    $rootScope.$on("restorestate", service.RestoreState);

    return service;
}]);

userController example

function userCtrl($scope, userService) {
    $scope.user = userService;
}

The view then uses binding like this

<h1>{{user.model.name}}</h1>

And in the app module, within the run function i handle the broadcasting of the saveState and restoreState

$rootScope.$on("$routeChangeStart", function (event, next, current) {
    if (sessionStorage.restorestate == "true") {
        $rootScope.$broadcast('restorestate'); //let everything know we need to restore state
        sessionStorage.restorestate = false;
    }
});

//let everthing know that we need to save state now.
window.onbeforeunload = function (event) {
    $rootScope.$broadcast('savestate');
};

As i mentioned this took a while to come to this point. It is a very clean way of doing it, but it is a fair bit of engineering to do something that i would suspect is a very common issue when developing in Angular.

I would love to see easier, but as clean ways to handle keeping state across controllers, including when the user leaves and returns to the page.

Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined

If your custom script is loaded before the jQuery plugin is loaded to the browser then this type of problem may occur. So, always keep your own JavaScript or jQuery code after calling the jQuery plugin so the solution for this is :

First add the link to the jQuery file hosted at GoogleApis or a local jQuery file that you will download from http://jquery.com/download/ and host on your server:

<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

or any plugin for jQuery. Then put your custom script file link or code:

<script src="js/custom.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

How to get the Display Name Attribute of an Enum member via MVC Razor code?

I want to contribute with culture-dependent GetDisplayName enum extension. Hope this will be usefull for anyone googling this answer like me previously:

"standart" way as Aydin Adn and Todd mentioned:

    public static string GetDisplayName(this Enum enumValue)
    {
        return enumValue
            .GetType()
            .GetMember(enumValue.ToString())
            .First()
            .GetCustomAttribute<DisplayAttribute>()
            .GetName();
    }

"Culture-dependent" way:

    public static string GetDisplayName(this Enum enumValue, CultureInfo ci)
    {
        var displayAttr = enumValue
            .GetType()
            .GetMember(enumValue.ToString())
            .First()
            .GetCustomAttribute<DisplayAttribute>();

        var resMan = displayAttr.ResourceType?.GetProperty(@"ResourceManager", BindingFlags.Static | BindingFlags.Public | BindingFlags.NonPublic).GetValue(null, null) as ResourceManager;

        return resMan?.GetString(displayAttr.Name, ci) ?? displayAttr.GetName();
    }

How to read data of an Excel file using C#?

Why don't you create OleDbConnection? There are a lot of available resources in the Internet. Here is an example

OleDbConnection con = new OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source="+filename+";Extended Properties=Excel 8.0");
con.Open();
try
{
     //Create Dataset and fill with imformation from the Excel Spreadsheet for easier reference
     DataSet myDataSet = new DataSet();
     OleDbDataAdapter myCommand = new OleDbDataAdapter(" SELECT * FROM ["+listname+"$]" , con);
     myCommand.Fill(myDataSet);
     con.Close();
     richTextBox1.AppendText("\nDataSet Filled");

     //Travers through each row in the dataset
     foreach (DataRow myDataRow in myDataSet.Tables[0].Rows)
     {
          //Stores info in Datarow into an array
          Object[] cells = myDataRow.ItemArray;
          //Traverse through each array and put into object cellContent as type Object
          //Using Object as for some reason the Dataset reads some blank value which
          //causes a hissy fit when trying to read. By using object I can convert to
          //String at a later point.
          foreach (object cellContent in cells)
          {
               //Convert object cellContect into String to read whilst replacing Line Breaks with a defined character
               string cellText = cellContent.ToString();
               cellText = cellText.Replace("\n", "|");
               //Read the string and put into Array of characters chars
               richTextBox1.AppendText("\n"+cellText);
          }
     }
     //Thread.Sleep(15000);
}
catch (Exception ex)
{
     MessageBox.Show(ex.ToString());
     //Thread.Sleep(15000);
}
finally
{
     con.Close();
}

Get the value in an input text box

I think this function is missed here in previous answers:

.val( function(index, value) ) 

Spring boot Security Disable security

In case you have spring-boot-actuator in your package, you should add the following

@EnableAutoConfiguration(exclude = {
        org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.security.SecurityAutoConfiguration.class,
        org.springframework.boot.actuate.autoconfigure.ManagementWebSecurityAutoConfiguration.class})

With older Spring-boot, the class was called ManagementSecurityAutoConfiguration.

In newer versions this has changed to

@SpringBootApplication(exclude = {
        org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.security.servlet.SecurityAutoConfiguration.class,
        org.springframework.boot.actuate.autoconfigure.security.servlet.ManagementWebSecurityAutoConfiguration.class}
        )

UPDATE

If for reactive application you are having the same issue, you can exclude the following classes

@SpringBootApplication(exclude = {ReactiveSecurityAutoConfiguration.class, ReactiveManagementWebSecurityAutoConfiguration.class })

Adding attributes to an XML node

The latest and supposedly greatest way to construct the XML is by using LINQ to XML:

using System.Xml.Linq

       var xmlNode =
            new XElement("Login",
                         new XElement("id",
                             new XAttribute("userName", "Tushar"),
                             new XAttribute("password", "Tushar"),
                             new XElement("Name", "Tushar"),
                             new XElement("Age", "24")
                         )
            );
       xmlNode.Save("Tushar.xml");

Supposedly this way of coding should be easier, as the code closely resembles the output (which Jon's example above does not). However, I found that while coding this relatively easy example I was prone to lose my way between the cartload of comma's that you have to navigate among. Visual studio's auto spacing of code does not help either.

How to reverse a singly linked list using only two pointers?

Here is my version:

void reverse(ListElem *&head)
{
    ListElem* temp;
    ListElem* elem = head->next();
    ListElem* prev = head;
    head->next(0);

    while(temp = elem->next())
    {
        elem->next(prev);
        prev = elem;
        elem = temp;
    }
    elem->next(prev);
    head = elem;
}

where

class ListElem{
public:
    ListElem(int val): _val(val){}
    ListElem *next() const { return _next; }
    void next(ListElem *elem) { _next = elem; }
    void val(int val){ _val = val; }
    int val() const { return _val;}
private:
    ListElem *_next;
    int _val;
};

Android Use Done button on Keyboard to click button

max.setOnKeyListener(new OnKeyListener(){
  @Override
  public boolean onKey(View v, int keyCode, KeyEvent event){
    if(keyCode == event.KEYCODE_ENTER){
        //do what you want
    }
  }
});

Create a list with initial capacity in Python

Python lists have no built-in pre-allocation. If you really need to make a list, and need to avoid the overhead of appending (and you should verify that you do), you can do this:

l = [None] * 1000 # Make a list of 1000 None's
for i in xrange(1000):
    # baz
    l[i] = bar
    # qux

Perhaps you could avoid the list by using a generator instead:

def my_things():
    while foo:
        #baz
        yield bar
        #qux

for thing in my_things():
    # do something with thing

This way, the list isn't every stored all in memory at all, merely generated as needed.

How to make a progress bar

Here is my approach, i've tried to keep it slim:

HTML:

<div class="noload">
    <span class="loadtext" id="loadspan">50%</span>
    <div class="load" id="loaddiv">
    </div>
</div>

CSS:

.load{    
    width: 50%;
    height: 12px;
    background: url( data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAALCAYAAAC+jufvAAAABGdBTUEAALGPC/xhBQAAAAlwSFlzAAAOwAAADsABataJCQAAABp0RVh0U29mdHdhcmUAUGFpbnQuTkVUIHYzLjUuMTAw9HKhAAAAPklEQVQYV2M48Gvvf4ZDv/b9Z9j7Fcha827Df4alr1b9Z1j4YsV/BuML3v8ZTC/7/GcwuwokrG4DCceH/v8Bs2Ef1StO/o0AAAAASUVORK5CYII=);  
    -moz-border-radius: 4px;
    border-radius: 4px;
}

.noload{
    width: 100px;    
    background: url(data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAALCAYAAAC+jufvAAAABGdBTUEAALGPC/xhBQAAAAlwSFlzAAAOwAAADsABataJCQAAABp0RVh0U29mdHdhcmUAUGFpbnQuTkVUIHYzLjUuMTAw9HKhAAAANUlEQVQYVy3EIQ4AQQgEwfn/zwghCMwGh8Tj+8yVKN0d2l00M6i70XsPmdmfu6OIQJmJqooPOu8mqi//WKcAAAAASUVORK5CYII=);     
    -moz-border-radius: 4px;
    border-radius: 4px;
    border: 1px solid #999999;    
    position: relative;
}

.loadtext {
    font-family: Consolas;    
    font-size: 11px;
    color: #000000;
    position: absolute;
    bottom: -1px;
}

Fiddle: here

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Best way to list files in Java, sorted by Date Modified?

In Java 8:

Arrays.sort(files, (a, b) -> Long.compare(a.lastModified(), b.lastModified()));

VIM Disable Automatic Newline At End Of File

OK, you being on Windows complicates things ;)

As the 'binary' option resets the 'fileformat' option (and writing with 'binary' set always writes with unix line endings), let's take out the big hammer and do it externally!

How about defining an autocommand (:help autocommand) for the BufWritePost event? This autocommand is executed after every time you write a whole buffer. In this autocommand call a small external tool (php, perl or whatever script) that strips off the last newline of the just written file.

So this would look something like this and would go into your .vimrc file:

autocmd!   "Remove all autocmds (for current group), see below"
autocmd BufWritePost *.php !your-script <afile>

Be sure to read the whole vim documentation about autocommands if this is your first time dealing with autocommands. There are some caveats, e.g. it's recommended to remove all autocmds in your .vimrc in case your .vimrc might get sourced multiple times.

HTML input type=file, get the image before submitting the form

I found This simpler yet powerful tutorial which uses the fileReader Object. It simply creates an img element and, using the fileReader object, assigns its source attribute as the value of the form input

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function previewFile() {_x000D_
  var preview = document.querySelector('img');_x000D_
  var file    = document.querySelector('input[type=file]').files[0];_x000D_
  var reader  = new FileReader();_x000D_
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  reader.onloadend = function () {_x000D_
    preview.src = reader.result;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
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  if (file) {_x000D_
    reader.readAsDataURL(file);_x000D_
  } else {_x000D_
    preview.src = "";_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
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<input type="file" onchange="previewFile()"><br>_x000D_
<img src="" height="200" alt="Image preview...">
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Detect click outside React component

I did this partly by following this and by following the React official docs on handling refs which requires react ^16.3. This is the only thing that worked for me after trying some of the other suggestions here...

class App extends Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);
    this.inputRef = React.createRef();
  }
  componentWillMount() {
    document.addEventListener("mousedown", this.handleClick, false);
  }
  componentWillUnmount() {
    document.removeEventListener("mousedown", this.handleClick, false);
  }
  handleClick = e => {
    /*Validating click is made inside a component*/
    if ( this.inputRef.current === e.target ) {
      return;
    }
    this.handleclickOutside();
  };
  handleClickOutside(){
    /*code to handle what to do when clicked outside*/
  }
  render(){
    return(
      <div>
        <span ref={this.inputRef} />
      </div>
    )
  }
}

How can you create multiple cursors in Visual Studio Code

In Visual Studio without mouse: Alt+Shift+{ Arrow }.

Default visibility for C# classes and members (fields, methods, etc.)?

From MSDN:

Top-level types, which are not nested in other types, can only have internal or public accessibility. The default accessibility for these types is internal.


Nested types, which are members of other types, can have declared accessibilities as indicated in the following table.

Default Nested Member Accessibility & Allowed Accessibility Modifiers

Source: Accessibility Levels (C# Reference) (December 6th, 2017)

Access denied for user 'test'@'localhost' (using password: YES) except root user

Try:

CREATE USER 'golden'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password';
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON * . * TO 'golden'@'localhost';
FLUSH PRIVILEGES;

Or even better use: mysql_setpermission to create the user

Hide html horizontal but not vertical scrollbar

For me:

.ui-jqgrid .ui-jqgrid-bdiv {
   position: relative;
   margin: 0;
   padding: 0;
   overflow-y: auto;  <------
   overflow-x: hidden; <-----
   text-align: left;
}

Of course remove the arrows

Use <Image> with a local file

It works exactly as you expect it to work. There's a bug https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/282 that prevents it from working correctly.

If you have node_modules (with react_native) in the same folder as the xcode project, you can edit node_modules/react-native/packager/packager.js and make this change: https://github.com/facebook/react-native/pull/286/files . It'll work magically :)

If your react_native is installed somewhere else and the patch doesn't work, comment on https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/282 to let them know about your setup.

How to convert View Model into JSON object in ASP.NET MVC?

You can use Json from the action directly,

Your action would be something like this:

virtual public JsonResult DisplaySomeWidget(int id)
{
    SomeModelView returnData = someDataMapper.getbyid(id);
    return Json(returnData);
}

Edit

Just saw that you assume this is the Model of a View so the above isn't strictly correct, you would have to make an Ajax call to the controller method to get this, the ascx would not then have a model per se, I will leave my code in just in case it is useful to you and you can amend the call

Edit 2 just put id into the code

Converting string to numeric

I suspect you are having a problem with factors. For example,

> x = factor(4:8)
> x
[1] 4 5 6 7 8
Levels: 4 5 6 7 8
> as.numeric(x)
[1] 1 2 3 4 5
> as.numeric(as.character(x))
[1] 4 5 6 7 8

Some comments:

  • You mention that your vector contains the characters "Down" and "NoData". What do expect/want as.numeric to do with these values?
  • In read.csv, try using the argument stringsAsFactors=FALSE
  • Are you sure it's sep="/t and not sep="\t"
  • Use the command head(pitchman) to check the first fews rows of your data
  • Also, it's very tricky to guess what your problem is when you don't provide data. A minimal working example is always preferable. For example, I can't run the command pichman <- read.csv(file="picman.txt", header=TRUE, sep="/t") since I don't have access to the data set.

How do I measure separate CPU core usage for a process?

You can still do this in top. While top is running, press '1' on your keyboard, it will then show CPU usage per core.

Limit the processes shown by having that specific process run under a specific user account and use Type 'u' to limit to that user

Why does the C preprocessor interpret the word "linux" as the constant "1"?

This appears to be an (undocumented) "GNU extension": [correction: I finally found a mention in the docs. See below.]

The following command uses the -dM option to print all preprocessor defines; since the input "file" is empty, it shows exactly the predefined macros. It was run with gcc-4.7.3 on a standard ubuntu install. You can see that the preprocessor is standard-aware. In total, there 243 macros with -std=gnu99 and 240 with -std=c99; I filtered the output for relevance.

$ cpp --std=c89 -dM < /dev/null | grep linux
#define __linux 1
#define __linux__ 1
#define __gnu_linux__ 1

$ cpp --std=gnu89 -dM < /dev/null | grep linux
#define __linux 1
#define __linux__ 1
#define __gnu_linux__ 1
#define linux 1

$ cpp --std=c99 -dM < /dev/null | grep linux
#define __linux 1
#define __linux__ 1
#define __gnu_linux__ 1

$ cpp --std=gnu99 -dM < /dev/null | grep linux
#define __linux 1
#define __linux__ 1
#define __gnu_linux__ 1
#define linux 1

The "gnu standard" versions also #define unix. (Using c11 and gnu11 produces the same results.)

I suppose they had their reasons, but it seems to me to make the default installation of gcc (which compiles C code with -std=gnu89 unless otherwise specified) non-conformant, and -- as in this question -- surprising. Polluting the global namespace with macros whose names don't begin with an underscore is not permitted in a conformant implementation. (6.8.10p2: "Any other predefined macro names shall begin with a leading underscore followed by an uppercase letter or a second underscore," but, as mentioned in Appendix J.5 (portability issues), such names are often predefined.)

When I originally wrote this answer, I wasn't able to find any documentation in gcc about this issue, but I did finally discover it, not in C implementation-defined behaviour nor in C extensions but in the cpp manual section 3.7.3, where it notes that:

We are slowly phasing out all predefined macros which are outside the reserved namespace. You should never use them in new programs…

Call to getLayoutInflater() in places not in activity

Or ...

LayoutInflater inflater = LayoutInflater.from(context);

Convert all first letter to upper case, rest lower for each word

If you're using on a web page, you can also use CSS:

style="text-transform:capitalize;"

node.js require() cache - possible to invalidate?

The documentation says:

Modules are cached in this object when they are required. By deleting a key value from this object, the next require will reload the module. This does not apply to native addons, for which reloading will result in an error.

Uncaught (in promise) TypeError: Failed to fetch and Cors error

See mozilla.org's write-up on how CORS works.

You'll need your server to send back the proper response headers, something like:

Access-Control-Allow-Origin: http://foo.example
Access-Control-Allow-Methods: POST, PUT, GET, OPTIONS
Access-Control-Allow-Headers: Origin, X-Requested-With, Content-Type, Accept, Authorization

Bear in mind you can use "*" for Access-Control-Allow-Origin that will only work if you're trying to pass Authentication data. In that case, you need to explicitly list the origin domains you want to allow. To allow multiple domains, see this post

'AND' vs '&&' as operator

Let me explain the difference between “and” - “&&” - "&".

"&&" and "and" both are logical AND operations and they do the same thing, but the operator precedence is different.

The precedence (priority) of an operator specifies how "tightly" it binds two expressions together. For example, in the expression 1 + 5 * 3, the answer is 16 and not 18 because the multiplication ("*") operator has a higher precedence than the addition ("+") operator.

Mixing them together in single operation, could give you unexpected results in some cases I recommend always using &&, but that's your choice.


On the other hand "&" is a bitwise AND operation. It's used for the evaluation and manipulation of specific bits within the integer value.

Example if you do (14 & 7) the result would be 6.

7   = 0111
14  = 1110
------------
    = 0110 == 6

byte[] to file in Java

Try an OutputStream or more specifically FileOutputStream

Qt jpg image display

I want to display .jpg image in an Qt UI

The simpliest way is to use QLabel for this:

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
    QApplication a(argc, argv);
    QLabel label("<img src='image.jpg' />");
    label.show();
    return a.exec();
}

concatenate two strings

You can use concatenation operator and instead of declaring two variables only use one variable

String finalString =  cursor.getString(numcol) + cursor.getString(cursor.getColumnIndexOrThrow(db.KEY_DESTINATIE));

scp from Linux to Windows

Try this:

scp /home/ubuntu/myfile C:\users\Anshul\Desktop

How do I remove trailing whitespace using a regular expression?

Try just removing trailing spaces and tabs:

[ \t]+$

Adding machineKey to web.config on web-farm sites

If you are using IIS 7.5 or later you can generate the machine key from IIS and save it directly to your web.config, within the web farm you then just copy the new web.config to each server.

  1. Open IIS manager.
  2. If you need to generate and save the MachineKey for all your applications select the server name in the left pane, in that case you will be modifying the root web.config file (which is placed in the .NET framework folder). If your intention is to create MachineKey for a specific web site/application then select the web site / application from the left pane. In that case you will be modifying the web.config file of your application.
  3. Double-click the Machine Key icon in ASP.NET settings in the middle pane:
  4. MachineKey section will be read from your configuration file and be shown in the UI. If you did not configure a specific MachineKey and it is generated automatically you will see the following options:
  5. Now you can click Generate Keys on the right pane to generate random MachineKeys. When you click Apply, all settings will be saved in the web.config file.

Full Details can be seen @ Easiest way to generate MachineKey – Tips and tricks: ASP.NET, IIS and .NET development…

Set a Fixed div to 100% width of the parent container

Remove Padding: 10%; or use px instead of percent for .wrap

see the example : http://jsfiddle.net/C93mk/493/

HTML :

<div id="wrapper">
    <div id="wrap">
    Some relative item placed item
    <div id="fixed"></div>
    </div>
</div>

CSS:

body{ height:20000px }
#wrapper {padding:10%;}
#wrap{ 
    float: left;
    position: relative;
    width: 200px; 
    background:#ccc; 
}
#fixed{ 
    position:fixed;
    width:inherit;
    padding:0px;
    height:10px;
    background-color:#333;

}

Making PHP var_dump() values display one line per value

For me the right answer was

echo '<pre>' . var_export($var, true) . '</pre>';

Since var_dump($var) and var_export($var) do not return a string, you have to use var_export($var, true) to force var_export to return the result as a value.

deny directory listing with htaccess

Try adding this to the .htaccess file in that directory.

Options -Indexes

This has more information.

What are .dex files in Android?

dex file is a file that is executed on the Dalvik VM.

Dalvik VM includes several features for performance optimization, verification, and monitoring, one of which is Dalvik Executable (DEX).

Java source code is compiled by the Java compiler into .class files. Then the dx (dexer) tool, part of the Android SDK processes the .class files into a file format called DEX that contains Dalvik byte code. The dx tool eliminates all the redundant information that is present in the classes. In DEX all the classes of the application are packed into one file. The following table provides comparison between code sizes for JVM jar files and the files processed by the dex tool.

The table compares code sizes for system libraries, web browser applications, and a general purpose application (alarm clock app). In all cases dex tool reduced size of the code by more than 50%.

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In standard Java environments each class in Java code results in one .class file. That means, if the Java source code file has one public class and two anonymous classes, let’s say for event handling, then the java compiler will create total three .class files.

The compilation step is same on the Android platform, thus resulting in multiple .class files. But after .class files are generated, the “dx” tool is used to convert all .class files into a single .dex, or Dalvik Executable, file. It is the .dex file that is executed on the Dalvik VM. The .dex file has been optimized for memory usage and the design is primarily driven by sharing of data.

JOptionPane Yes or No window

For better understand how it works!

int n = JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "Yes No Cancel", "YesNoCancel", JOptionPane.YES_NO_CANCEL_OPTION);
    if(n == 0)
        {
        JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed YES\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
        }
    else if(n == 1)
        {
        JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed NO\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
        }
    else if (n == 2)
        {
        JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed CANCEL\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
        }
    else if (n == -1)
        {
        JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed X\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
        }

OR

int n = JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "Yes No Cancel", "YesNoCancel", JOptionPane.YES_NO_CANCEL_OPTION);
    switch (n) {
        case 0:
            JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed YES\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
            break;
        case 1:
            JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed NO\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
            break;
        case 2:
            JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed CANCEL\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
            break;
        case -1:
            JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(null, "You pressed X\n"+"Pressed value is = "+n);
            break;
        default:
            break;
    }

How to convert "Mon Jun 18 00:00:00 IST 2012" to 18/06/2012?

Just need to add: new SimpleDateFormat("bla bla bla", Locale.US)

public static void main(String[] args) throws ParseException {
    java.util.Date fecha = new java.util.Date("Mon Dec 15 00:00:00 CST 2014");
    DateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("EEE MMM dd HH:mm:ss Z yyyy", Locale.US);
    Date date;
    date = (Date)formatter.parse(fecha.toString());
    System.out.println(date);        

    Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
    cal.setTime(date);
    String formatedDate = cal.get(Calendar.DATE) + "/" + 
            (cal.get(Calendar.MONTH) + 1) + 
            "/" +         cal.get(Calendar.YEAR);
    System.out.println("formatedDate : " + formatedDate);
}

Best practices for catching and re-throwing .NET exceptions

You may also use:

try
{
// Dangerous code
}
finally
{
// clean up, or do nothing
}

And any exceptions thrown will bubble up to the next level that handles them.

Creating folders inside a GitHub repository without using Git

Another thing you can do is just drag a folder from your computer into the GitHub repository page. This folder does have to have at least 1 item in it, though.

How to count no of lines in text file and store the value into a variable using batch script?

Inspired by the previous posts, a shorter way of doing so:

CMD.exe
C:\>FINDSTR /R /N "^.*$" file.txt | FIND /C ":"

The number of lines

Try it. It works in my console.

EDITED:

(the "$" sign removed)

FINDSTR /R /N "^.*" file.txt | FIND /C ":"

$ reduces the number by 1 because it is accepting the first row as Field name and then counting the number of rows.

Oracle copy data to another table

You need an INSERT ... SELECT

INSERT INTO exception_codes( code, message )
  SELECT code, message
    FROM exception_code_tmp

How to find the users list in oracle 11g db?

select * from all_users

This will work for sure

Best way to unselect a <select> in jQuery?

There are lots of answers here but unfortunately all of them are quite old and therefore rely on attr/removeAttr which is really not the way to go.

@coffeeyesplease correctly mentions that a good, cross-browser solution is to use

$("select").val([]);

Another good cross-browser solution is

// Note the use of .prop instead of .attr
$("select option").prop("selected", false);

You can see it run a self-test here. Tested on IE 7/8/9, FF 11, Chrome 19.

Insert data through ajax into mysql database

I will tell you steps how you can insert data in ajax using PHP

AJAX Code

<script type="text/javascript">
function insertData() {
var student_name=$("#student_name").val();
var student_roll_no=$("#student_roll_no").val();
var student_class=$("#student_class").val();


// AJAX code to send data to php file.
    $.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: "insert-data.php",
        data: {student_name:student_name,student_roll_no:student_roll_no,student_class:s
         tudent_class},
        dataType: "JSON",
        success: function(data) {
         $("#message").html(data);
        $("p").addClass("alert alert-success");
        },
        error: function(err) {
        alert(err);
        }
    });

 }

</script>

PHP Code:

<?php

include('db.php');
$student_name=$_POST['student_name'];
$student_roll_no=$_POST['student_roll_no'];
$student_class=$_POST['student_class'];

$stmt = $DBcon->prepare("INSERT INTO 
student(student_name,student_roll_no,student_class) 
VALUES(:student_name, :student_roll_no,:student_class)");

 $stmt->bindparam(':student_name', $student_name);
 $stmt->bindparam(':student_roll_no', $student_roll_no);
 $stmt->bindparam(':student_class', $student_class);
 if($stmt->execute())
 {
  $res="Data Inserted Successfully:";
  echo json_encode($res);
  }
  else {
  $error="Not Inserted,Some Probelm occur.";
  echo json_encode($error);
  }



  ?>

You can customize it according to your needs. you can also check complete steps of AJAX Insert Data PHP

How to use group by with union in t-sql

You need to alias the subquery. Thus, your statement should be:

Select Z.id
From    (
        Select id, time
        From dbo.tablea
        Union All
        Select id, time
        From dbo.tableb
        ) As Z
Group By Z.id

How to access shared folder without giving username and password

I found one way to access the shared folder without giving the username and password.

We need to change the share folder protect settings in the machine where the folder has been shared.

Go to Control Panel > Network and sharing center > Change advanced sharing settings > Enable Turn Off password protect sharing option.

By doing the above settings we can access the shared folder without any username/password.

How to redirect the output of the time command to a file in Linux?

If you are using csh you can use:

/usr/bin/time --output=outfile -p $SHELL  -c 'your command'

For example:

/usr/bin/time --output=outtime.txt -p csh -c 'cat file'

Where will log4net create this log file?

Log4net is saving into your project folder. Something like: \SolutionFolder\ProjectFolder\bin\SolutionConfiguration\logs\log-file.txt.

Where:

  • SolutionFolder is where you save your solution
  • ProjectFolder is the folder where your project lives into the solution and
  • SolutionConfiguration is the folder that contais all the binaries of your project (the default is Debug or Release)

Hope this helps!

JavaScript check if value is only undefined, null or false

Boolean(val) === false. This worked for me to check if value was falsely.

Force add despite the .gitignore file

Another way of achieving it would be to temporary edit the gitignore file, add the file and then revert back the gitignore. A bit hacky i feel

Split comma-separated values

.NET 2.0 does not support LINQ - SO thread;
But you can create a 3.5 project in VS2005 - MSDN thread

Without lambda support, you'll need to do something like this:

string s = "a,b, b, c";
string[] values = s.Split(',');
for(int i = 0; i < values.Length; i++)
{
   values[i] = values[i].Trim();
}

Redirect all to index.php using htaccess

There is one "trick" for this problem that fits all scenarios, a so obvious solution that you will have to try it to believe it actually works... :)

Here it is...

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>

   RewriteEngine On

   RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}  -f [OR]
   RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
   RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php [L,QSA]

</IfModule>

Basically, you are asking MOD_REWRITE to forward to index.php the URI request always when a file exists AND always when the requested file doesn't exist!

When investigating the source code of MOD-REWRITE to understand how it works I realized that all its checks always happen after the verification if the referenced file exists or not. Only then the RegEx are processed. Even when your URI points to a folder, Apache will enforce the check for the index files listed in its configuration file.

Based on that simple discovery, turned obvious a simple file validation would be enough for all possible calls, as far as we double-tap the file presence check and route both results to the same end-point, covering 100% of the possibilities.

IMPORTANT: Notice there is no "/" in index.php. By default, MOD_REWRITE will use the folder it is set as "base folder" for the forwarding. The beauty of it is that it doesn't necessarily need to be the "root folder" of the site, allowing this solution work for localhost/ and/or any subfolder you apply it.

Ultimately, some other solutions I tested before (the ones that appeared to be working fine) broke the PHP ability to "require" a file via its relative path, which is a bummer. Be careful.

Some people may say this is an inelegant solution. It may be, actually, but as far as tests, in several scenarios, several servers, several different Apache versions, etc., this solution worked 100% on all cases!

How to stop flask application without using ctrl-c

If you're working on the CLI and only have one flask app/process running (or rather, you just want want to kill any flask process running on your system), you can kill it with:

kill $(pgrep -f flask)

How to copy a java.util.List into another java.util.List

I tried to do something like this, but I still got an IndexOutOfBoundsException.

I got a ConcurrentAccessException

This means you are modifying the list while you are trying to copy it, most likely in another thread. To fix this you have to either

  • use a collection which is designed for concurrent access.

  • lock the collection appropriately so you can iterate over it (or allow you to call a method which does this for you)

  • find a away to avoid needing to copy the original list.

how to set ulimit / file descriptor on docker container the image tag is phusion/baseimage-docker

Actually, I have tried the above answer, but it did not seem to work.

To get my containers to acknowledge the ulimit change, I had to update the docker.conf file before starting them:

$ sudo service docker stop
$ sudo bash -c "echo \"limit nofile 262144 262144\" >> /etc/init/docker.conf"
$ sudo service docker start

Making RGB color in Xcode

Objective-C

You have to give the values between 0 and 1.0. So divide the RGB values by 255.

myLabel.textColor= [UIColor colorWithRed:(160/255.0) green:(97/255.0) blue:(5/255.0) alpha:1] ;

Update:

You can also use this macro

#define Rgb2UIColor(r, g, b)  [UIColor colorWithRed:((r) / 255.0) green:((g) / 255.0) blue:((b) / 255.0) alpha:1.0]

and you can call in any of your class like this

 myLabel.textColor = Rgb2UIColor(160, 97, 5);

Swift

This is the normal color synax

myLabel.textColor = UIColor(red: (160/255.0), green: (97/255.0), blue: (5/255.0), alpha: 1.0) 
//The values should be between 0 to 1

Swift is not much friendly with macros

Complex macros are used in C and Objective-C but have no counterpart in Swift. Complex macros are macros that do not define constants, including parenthesized, function-like macros. You use complex macros in C and Objective-C to avoid type-checking constraints or to avoid retyping large amounts of boilerplate code. However, macros can make debugging and refactoring difficult. In Swift, you can use functions and generics to achieve the same results without any compromises. Therefore, the complex macros that are in C and Objective-C source files are not made available to your Swift code.

So we use extension for this

extension UIColor {
    convenience init(_ r: Double,_ g: Double,_ b: Double,_ a: Double) {
        self.init(red: r/255, green: g/255, blue: b/255, alpha: a)
    }
}

You can use it like

myLabel.textColor = UIColor(160.0, 97.0, 5.0, 1.0)

Fastest Way of Inserting in Entity Framework

as it was never mentioned here I want to recomment EFCore.BulkExtensions here

context.BulkInsert(entitiesList);                 context.BulkInsertAsync(entitiesList);
context.BulkUpdate(entitiesList);                 context.BulkUpdateAsync(entitiesList);
context.BulkDelete(entitiesList);                 context.BulkDeleteAsync(entitiesList);
context.BulkInsertOrUpdate(entitiesList);         context.BulkInsertOrUpdateAsync(entitiesList);         // Upsert
context.BulkInsertOrUpdateOrDelete(entitiesList); context.BulkInsertOrUpdateOrDeleteAsync(entitiesList); // Sync
context.BulkRead(entitiesList);                   context.BulkReadAsync(entitiesList);

How do I get a specific range of numbers from rand()?

As others have noted, simply using a modulus will skew the probabilities for individual numbers so that smaller numbers are preferred.

A very ingenious and good solution to that problem is used in Java's java.util.Random class:

public int nextInt(int n) {
    if (n <= 0)
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("n must be positive");

    if ((n & -n) == n)  // i.e., n is a power of 2
        return (int)((n * (long)next(31)) >> 31);

    int bits, val;
    do {
        bits = next(31);
        val = bits % n;
    } while (bits - val + (n-1) < 0);
    return val;
}

It took me a while to understand why it works and I leave that as an exercise for the reader but it's a pretty concise solution which will ensure that numbers have equal probabilities.

The important part in that piece of code is the condition for the while loop, which rejects numbers that fall in the range of numbers which otherwise would result in an uneven distribution.

How to use HTML to print header and footer on every printed page of a document?

If you take the element that you want to be the footer and set it to be position:fixed and bottom:0, when the page prints it will repeat that element at the bottom of each printed page. The same would work for a header element, just set top:0 instead.

For example:

<div class="divFooter">UNCLASSIFIED</div>

CSS:

@media screen {
  div.divFooter {
    display: none;
  }
}
@media print {
  div.divFooter {
    position: fixed;
    bottom: 0;
  }
}

websocket closing connection automatically

You can actually set the timeout interval at the Jetty server side configuration using the WebSocketServletFactory instance. For example:

WebSocketHandler wsHandler = new WebSocketHandler() {
    @Override
    public void configure(WebSocketServletFactory factory) {
        factory.getPolicy().setIdleTimeout(1500);
        factory.register(MyWebSocketAdapter.class);
        ...
    }
}

Declare variable in SQLite and use it

Herman's solution works, but it can be simplified because Sqlite allows to store any value type on any field.

Here is a simpler version that uses one Value field declared as TEXT to store any value:

CREATE TEMP TABLE IF NOT EXISTS Variables (Name TEXT PRIMARY KEY, Value TEXT);

INSERT OR REPLACE INTO Variables VALUES ('VarStr', 'Val1');
INSERT OR REPLACE INTO Variables VALUES ('VarInt', 123);
INSERT OR REPLACE INTO Variables VALUES ('VarBlob', x'12345678');

SELECT Value
  FROM Variables
 WHERE Name = 'VarStr'
UNION ALL
SELECT Value
  FROM Variables
 WHERE Name = 'VarInt'
UNION ALL
SELECT Value
  FROM Variables
 WHERE Name = 'VarBlob';

When to use .First and when to use .FirstOrDefault with LINQ?

.First will throw an exception when there are no results. .FirstOrDefault won't, it will simply return either null (reference types) or the default value of the value type. (e.g like 0 for an int.) The question here is not when you want the default type, but more: Are you willing to handle an exception or handle a default value? Since exceptions should be exceptional, FirstOrDefault is preferred when you're not sure if you're going to get results out of your query. When logically the data should be there, exception handling can be considered.

Skip() and Take() are normally used when setting up paging in results. (Like showing the first 10 results, and the next 10 on the next page, etc.)

Hope this helps.

Superscript in markdown (Github flavored)?

<sup> and <sub> tags work and are your only good solution for arbitrary text. Other solutions include:

Unicode

If the superscript (or subscript) you need is of a mathematical nature, Unicode may well have you covered.

I've compiled a list of all the Unicode super and subscript characters I could identify in this gist. Some of the more common/useful ones are:

  • ° SUPERSCRIPT ZERO (U+2070)
  • ¹ SUPERSCRIPT ONE (U+00B9)
  • ² SUPERSCRIPT TWO (U+00B2)
  • ³ SUPERSCRIPT THREE (U+00B3)
  • n SUPERSCRIPT LATIN SMALL LETTER N (U+207F)

People also often reach for <sup> and <sub> tags in an attempt to render specific symbols like these:

  • TRADE MARK SIGN (U+2122)
  • ® REGISTERED SIGN (U+00AE)
  • ? SERVICE MARK (U+2120)

Assuming your editor supports Unicode, you can copy and paste the characters above directly into your document.

Alternatively, you could use the hex values above in an HTML character escape. Eg, &#x00B2; instead of ². This works with GitHub (and should work anywhere else your Markdown is rendered to HTML) but is less readable when presented as raw text/Markdown.

Images

If your requirements are especially unusual, you can always just inline an image. The GitHub supported syntax is:

![Alt text goes here, if you'd like](path/to/image.png) 

You can use a full path (eg. starting with https:// or http://) but it's often easier to use a relative path, which will load the image from the repo, relative to the Markdown document.

If you happen to know LaTeX (or want to learn it) you could do just about any text manipulation imaginable and render it to an image. Sites like Quicklatex make this quite easy.

Python: SyntaxError: keyword can't be an expression

I guess many of us who came to this page have a problem with Scikit Learn, one way to solve it is to create a dictionary with parameters and pass it to the model:

params = {'C': 1e9, 'gamma': 1e-07}
cls = SVC(**params)    

How to do a JUnit assert on a message in a logger

Another idea worth mentioning, although it's an older topic, is creating a CDI producer to inject your logger so the mocking becomes easy. (And it also gives the advantage of not having to declare the "whole logger statement" anymore, but that's off-topic)

Example:

Creating the logger to inject:

public class CdiResources {
  @Produces @LoggerType
  public Logger createLogger(final InjectionPoint ip) {
      return Logger.getLogger(ip.getMember().getDeclaringClass());
  }
}

The qualifier:

@Qualifier
@Retention(RetentionPolicy.RUNTIME)
@Target({TYPE, METHOD, FIELD, PARAMETER})
public @interface LoggerType {
}

Using the logger in your production code:

public class ProductionCode {
    @Inject
    @LoggerType
    private Logger logger;

    public void logSomething() {
        logger.info("something");
    }
}

Testing the logger in your test code (giving an easyMock example):

@TestSubject
private ProductionCode productionCode = new ProductionCode();

@Mock
private Logger logger;

@Test
public void testTheLogger() {
   logger.info("something");
   replayAll();
   productionCode.logSomething();
}

convert string to date in sql server

I think style no. 111 (Japan) should work:

SELECT CONVERT(DATETIME, '2012-08-17', 111)

And if that doesn't work for some reason - you could always just strip out the dashes and then you have the totally reliable ISO-8601 format (YYYYMMDD) which works for any language and date format setting in SQL Server:

SELECT CAST(REPLACE('2012-08-17', '-', '') AS DATETIME)

Calling another method java GUI

I'm not sure what you're trying to do, but here's something to consider: c(); won't do anything. c is an instance of the class checkbox and not a method to be called. So consider this:

public class FirstWindow extends JFrame {      public FirstWindow() {         checkbox c = new checkbox();         c.yourMethod(yourParameters); // call the method you made in checkbox     } }  public class checkbox extends JFrame {      public checkbox(yourParameters) {          // this is the constructor method used to initialize instance variables     }      public void yourMethod() // doesn't have to be void     {         // put your code here     } } 

HTML CSS How to stop a table cell from expanding

This could be useful. Like another answer it is just CSS.

td {
    word-wrap: break-word;
}

Input type for HTML form for integer

No, it is not about the data type of input. It specifies the type of control to create:

type = text|password|checkbox|radio|submit|reset|file|hidden|image|button [CI] This attribute specifies the type of control to create. The default value for this attribute is "text".

How to convert a Java 8 Stream to an Array?

Using the toArray(IntFunction<A[]> generator) method is indeed a very elegant and safe way to convert (or more correctly, collect) a Stream into an array of the same type of the Stream.

However, if the returned array's type is not important, simply using the toArray() method is both easier and shorter. For example:

    Stream<Object> args = Stream.of(BigDecimal.ONE, "Two", 3);
    System.out.printf("%s, %s, %s!", args.toArray());

SQL User Defined Function Within Select

Use a scalar-valued UDF, not a table-value one, then you can use it in a SELECT as you want.

Making a UITableView scroll when text field is selected

Keyboard notifications work, but Apple's sample code for that assumes that the scroll view is the root view of the window. This is usually not the case. You have to compensate for tab bars, etc., to get the right offset.

It is easier than it sounds. Here is the code I use in a UITableViewController. It has two instance variables, hiddenRect and keyboardShown.

// Called when the UIKeyboardDidShowNotification is sent.
- (void)keyboardWasShown:(NSNotification*)aNotification {
    if (keyboardShown)
        return;

    NSDictionary* info = [aNotification userInfo];

    // Get the frame of the keyboard.
    NSValue *centerValue = [info objectForKey:UIKeyboardCenterEndUserInfoKey];
    NSValue *boundsValue = [info objectForKey:UIKeyboardBoundsUserInfoKey];
    CGPoint keyboardCenter = [centerValue CGPointValue];
    CGRect keyboardBounds = [boundsValue CGRectValue];
    CGPoint keyboardOrigin = CGPointMake(keyboardCenter.x - keyboardBounds.size.width / 2.0,
                                         keyboardCenter.y - keyboardBounds.size.height / 2.0);
    CGRect keyboardScreenFrame = { keyboardOrigin, keyboardBounds.size };


    // Resize the scroll view.
    UIScrollView *scrollView = (UIScrollView *) self.tableView;
    CGRect viewFrame = scrollView.frame;
    CGRect keyboardFrame = [scrollView.superview convertRect:keyboardScreenFrame fromView:nil];
    hiddenRect = CGRectIntersection(viewFrame, keyboardFrame);

    CGRect remainder, slice;
    CGRectDivide(viewFrame, &slice, &remainder, CGRectGetHeight(hiddenRect), CGRectMaxYEdge);
    scrollView.frame = remainder;

    // Scroll the active text field into view.
    CGRect textFieldRect = [/* selected cell */ frame];
    [scrollView scrollRectToVisible:textFieldRect animated:YES];

    keyboardShown = YES;
}


// Called when the UIKeyboardDidHideNotification is sent
- (void)keyboardWasHidden:(NSNotification*)aNotification
{
    // Reset the height of the scroll view to its original value
    UIScrollView *scrollView = (UIScrollView *) self.tableView;
    CGRect viewFrame = [scrollView frame];
    scrollView.frame = CGRectUnion(viewFrame, hiddenRect);

    keyboardShown = NO;
}

Interface extends another interface but implements its methods

ad 1. It does not implement its methods.

ad 4. The purpose of one interface extending, not implementing another, is to build a more specific interface. For example, SortedMap is an interface that extends Map. A client not interested in the sorting aspect can code against Map and handle all the instances of for example TreeMap, which implements SortedMap. At the same time, another client interested in the sorted aspect can use those same instances through the SortedMap interface.

In your example you are repeating the methods from the superinterface. While legal, it's unnecessary and doesn't change anything in the end result. The compiled code will be exactly the same whether these methods are there or not. Whatever Eclipse's hover says is irrelevant to the basic truth that an interface does not implement anything.

Is there a way to make numbers in an ordered list bold?

I had a similar issue while writing a newsletter. So I had to inline the style this way:

<ol>
    <li style="font-weight:bold"><span style="font-weight:normal">something</span></li>
    <li style="font-weight:bold"><span style="font-weight:normal">something</span></li>
    <li style="font-weight:bold"><span style="font-weight:normal">something</span></li>
</ol>

Vertical divider CSS

<div class="headerdivider"></div>

and

.headerdivider {
    border-left: 1px solid #38546d;
    background: #16222c;
    width: 1px;
    height: 80px;
    position: absolute;
    right: 250px;
    top: 10px;
}

How can I submit a form using JavaScript?

I have came up with an easy resolve using a simple form hidden on my website with the same information the users logged in with. Example: If you want a user to be logged in on this form, you can add something like this to the follow form below.

<input type="checkbox" name="autologin" id="autologin" />

As far I know I am the first to hide a form and submit it via clicking a link. There is the link submitting a hidden form with the information. It is not 100% safe if you don't like auto login methods on your website with passwords sitting on a hidden form password text area...

Okay, so here is the work. Let’s say $siteid is the account and $sitepw is password.

First make the form in your PHP script. If you don’t like HTML in it, use minimal data and then echo in the value in a hidden form. I just use a PHP value and echo in anywhere I want pref next to the form button as you can't see it.

PHP form to print

$hidden_forum = '
<form id="alt_forum_login" action="./forum/ucp.php?mode=login" method="post" style="display:none;">
    <input type="text" name="username" id="username" value="'.strtolower($siteid).'" title="Username" />
    <input type="password" name="password" id="password" value="'.$sitepw.'" title="Password" />
</form>';

PHP and link to submit form

<?php print $hidden_forum; ?>
<pre><a href="#forum" onClick="javascript: document.getElementById('alt_forum_login').submit();">Forum</a></pre>

Understanding ibeacon distancing

With multiple phones and beacons at the same location, it's going to be difficult to measure proximity with any high degree of accuracy. Try using the Android "b and l bluetooth le scanner" app, to visualize the signal strengths (distance) variations, for multiple beacons, and you'll quickly discover that complex, adaptive algorithms may be required to provide any form of consistent proximity measurement.

You're going to see lots of solutions simply instructing the user to "please hold your phone here", to reduce customer frustration.

Redis strings vs Redis hashes to represent JSON: efficiency?

Some additions to a given set of answers:

First of all if you going to use Redis hash efficiently you must know a keys count max number and values max size - otherwise if they break out hash-max-ziplist-value or hash-max-ziplist-entries Redis will convert it to practically usual key/value pairs under a hood. ( see hash-max-ziplist-value, hash-max-ziplist-entries ) And breaking under a hood from a hash options IS REALLY BAD, because each usual key/value pair inside Redis use +90 bytes per pair.

It means that if you start with option two and accidentally break out of max-hash-ziplist-value you will get +90 bytes per EACH ATTRIBUTE you have inside user model! ( actually not the +90 but +70 see console output below )

 # you need me-redis and awesome-print gems to run exact code
 redis = Redis.include(MeRedis).configure( hash_max_ziplist_value: 64, hash_max_ziplist_entries: 512 ).new 
  => #<Redis client v4.0.1 for redis://127.0.0.1:6379/0> 
 > redis.flushdb
  => "OK" 
 > ap redis.info(:memory)
    {
                "used_memory" => "529512",
          **"used_memory_human" => "517.10K"**,
            ....
    }
  => nil 
 # me_set( 't:i' ... ) same as hset( 't:i/512', i % 512 ... )    
 # txt is some english fictionary book around 56K length, 
 # so we just take some random 63-symbols string from it 
 > redis.pipelined{ 10000.times{ |i| redis.me_set( "t:#{i}", txt[rand(50000), 63] ) } }; :done
 => :done 
 > ap redis.info(:memory)
  {
               "used_memory" => "1251944",
         **"used_memory_human" => "1.19M"**, # ~ 72b per key/value
            .....
  }
  > redis.flushdb
  => "OK" 
  # setting **only one value** +1 byte per hash of 512 values equal to set them all +1 byte 
  > redis.pipelined{ 10000.times{ |i| redis.me_set( "t:#{i}", txt[rand(50000), i % 512 == 0 ? 65 : 63] ) } }; :done 
  > ap redis.info(:memory)
   {
               "used_memory" => "1876064",
         "used_memory_human" => "1.79M",   # ~ 134 bytes per pair  
          ....
   }
    redis.pipelined{ 10000.times{ |i| redis.set( "t:#{i}", txt[rand(50000), 65] ) } };
    ap redis.info(:memory)
    {
             "used_memory" => "2262312",
          "used_memory_human" => "2.16M", #~155 byte per pair i.e. +90 bytes    
           ....
    }

For TheHippo answer, comments on Option one are misleading:

hgetall/hmset/hmget to the rescue if you need all fields or multiple get/set operation.

For BMiner answer.

Third option is actually really fun, for dataset with max(id) < has-max-ziplist-value this solution has O(N) complexity, because, surprise, Reddis store small hashes as array-like container of length/key/value objects!

But many times hashes contain just a few fields. When hashes are small we can instead just encode them in an O(N) data structure, like a linear array with length-prefixed key value pairs. Since we do this only when N is small, the amortized time for HGET and HSET commands is still O(1): the hash will be converted into a real hash table as soon as the number of elements it contains will grow too much

But you should not worry, you'll break hash-max-ziplist-entries very fast and there you go you are now actually at solution number 1.

Second option will most likely go to the fourth solution under a hood because as question states:

Keep in mind that if I use a hash, the value length isn't predictable. They're not all short such as the bio example above.

And as you already said: the fourth solution is the most expensive +70 byte per each attribute for sure.

My suggestion how to optimize such dataset:

You've got two options:

  1. If you cannot guarantee max size of some user attributes than you go for first solution and if memory matter is crucial than compress user json before store in redis.

  2. If you can force max size of all attributes. Than you can set hash-max-ziplist-entries/value and use hashes either as one hash per user representation OR as hash memory optimization from this topic of a Redis guide: https://redis.io/topics/memory-optimization and store user as json string. Either way you may also compress long user attributes.

How can I get zoom functionality for images?

UPDATE

I've just given TouchImageView a new update. It now includes Double Tap Zoom and Fling in addition to Panning and Pinch Zoom. The code below is very dated. You can check out the github project to get the latest code.

USAGE

Place TouchImageView.java in your project. It can then be used the same as ImageView. Example:

TouchImageView img = (TouchImageView) findViewById(R.id.img);

If you are using TouchImageView in xml, then you must provide the full package name, because it is a custom view. Example:

<com.example.touch.TouchImageView
    android:id="@+id/img”
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent" />

Note: I've removed my prior answer, which included some very old code and now link straight to the most updated code on github.

ViewPager

If you are interested in putting TouchImageView in a ViewPager, refer to this answer.

Calling an executable program using awk

From the AWK man page:

system(cmd)
              executes cmd and returns its exit status

The GNU AWK manual also has a section that, in part, describes the system function and provides an example:

system("date | mail -s 'awk run done' root")

There has been an error processing your request, Error log record number

In my case this problem appears when magento updated automatically. I restored my back up and bingo it starts working properly.

Best radio-button implementation for IOS

The following simple way to create radio button in your iOS app follow two steps.

Step1- Put this code in your in viewDidLoad or any other desired method

 [_mrRadio setSelected:YES];
        [_mrRadio setTag:1];
        [_msRadio setTag:1];
        [_mrRadio setBackgroundImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"radiodselect_white.png"] forState:UIControlStateNormal];
        [_mrRadio setBackgroundImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"radioselect_white.png"] forState:UIControlStateSelected];
        [_mrRadio addTarget:self action:@selector(radioButtonSelected:) forControlEvents:UIControlEventTouchUpInside];

        [_msRadio setBackgroundImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"radiodselect_white.png"] forState:UIControlStateNormal];
        [_msRadio setBackgroundImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"radioselect_white.png"] forState:UIControlStateSelected];
        [_msRadio addTarget:self action:@selector(radioButtonSelected:) forControlEvents:UIControlEventTouchUpInside];

Step2- Put following IBAction method in your class

-(void)radioButtonSelected:(id)sender
{
    switch ([sender tag ]) {
        case 1:
            if ([_mrRadio isSelected]==YES) {
              //  [_mrRadio setSelected:NO];
               // [_msRadio setSelected:YES];
               genderType = @"1";
            }
            else
            {
                [_mrRadio setSelected:YES];
                [_msRadio setSelected:NO];
                genderType = @"1";
            }
            break;
        case 2:
            if ([_msRadio isSelected]==YES) {
               // [_msRadio setSelected:NO];
               // [_mrRadio setSelected:YES];
                genderType = @"2";
            }
            else
            {
                [_msRadio setSelected:YES];
                [_mrRadio setSelected:NO];
                 genderType = @"2";
            }
            break;
        default:
            break;
    }
}

How merge two objects array in angularjs?

Simple

var a=[{a:4}], b=[{b:5}]

angular.merge(a,b) // [{a:4, b:5}]

Tested on angular 1.4.1

hadoop copy a local file system folder to HDFS

To copy a folder file from local to hdfs, you can the below command

hadoop fs -put /path/localpath  /path/hdfspath

or

hadoop fs -copyFromLocal /path/localpath  /path/hdfspath

How to print a two dimensional array?

you can use the Utility mettod. Arrays.deeptoString();

 public static void main(String[] args) {
    int twoD[][] = new int[4][]; 
    twoD[0] = new int[1]; 
    twoD[1] = new int[2]; 
    twoD[2] = new int[3]; 
    twoD[3] = new int[4]; 

    System.out.println(Arrays.deepToString(twoD));

}

What is the best way to compare 2 folder trees on windows?

Beyond compare allows you to do that and much more.

It's one of those tools I can't live without.
Take a look here for a reference on the scripting options

jQuery - disable selected options

pls try this,

$('#select_id option[value="'+value+'"]').attr("disabled", true);

Web colors in an Android color xml resource file

Edit Answer of @rolnad :-Remove White space from name

<color name="Black">#000000</color>
<color name="Gunmetal">#2C3539</color>
<color name="Midnight">#2B1B17</color>
<color name="Charcoal">#34282C</color>
<color name="DarkSlateGrey">#25383C</color>
<color name="Oil">#3B3131</color>
<color name="BlackCat">#413839</color>
<color name="BlackEel">#463E3F</color>
<color name="BlackCow">#4C4646</color>
<color name="GrayWolf">#504A4B</color>
<color name="VampireGray">#565051</color>
<color name="GrayDolphin">#5C5858</color>
<color name="CarbonGray">#625D5D</color>
<color name="AshGray">#666362</color>
<color name="CloudyGray">#6D6968</color>
<color name="SmokeyGray">#726E6D</color>
<color name="Gray">#736F6E</color>
<color name="Granite">#837E7C</color>
<color name="BattleshipGray">#848482</color>
<color name="GrayCloud">#B6B6B4</color>
<color name="GrayGoose">#D1D0CE</color>
<color name="Platinum">#E5E4E2</color>
<color name="MetallicSilver">#BCC6CC</color>
<color name="BlueGray">#98AFC7</color>
<color name="LightSlateGray">#6D7B8D</color>
<color name="SlateGray">#657383</color>
<color name="JetGray">#616D7E</color>
<color name="MistBlue">#646D7E</color>
<color name="MarbleBlue">#566D7E</color>
<color name="SteelBlue">#4863A0</color>
<color name="BlueJay">#2B547E</color>
<color name="DarkSlateBlue">#2B3856</color>
<color name="MidnightBlue">#151B54</color>
<color name="NavyBlue">#000080</color>
<color name="BlueWhale">#342D7E</color>
<color name="LapisBlue">#15317E</color>
<color name="EarthBlue">#0000A0</color>
<color name="CobaltBlue">#0020C2</color>
<color name="BlueberryBlue">#0041C2</color>
<color name="SapphireBlue">#2554C7</color>
<color name="BlueEyes">#1569C7</color>
<color name="RoyalBlue">#2B60DE</color>
<color name="BlueOrchid">#1F45FC</color>
<color name="BlueLotus">#6960EC</color>
<color name="LightSlateBlue">#736AFF</color>
<color name="Slate_Blue">#357EC7</color>
<color name="SilkBlue">#488AC7</color>
<color name="BlueIvy">#3090C7</color>
<color name="BlueKoi">#659EC7</color>
<color name="ColumbiaBlue">#87AFC7</color>
<color name="BabyBlue">#95B9C7</color>
<color name="LightSteelBlue">#728FCE</color>
<color name="OceanBlue">#2B65EC</color>
<color name="BlueRibbon">#306EFF</color>
<color name="BlueDress">#157DEC</color>
<color name="DodgerBlue">#1589FF</color>
<color name="Cornflower_Blue">#6495ED</color>
<color name="ButterflyBlue">#38ACEC</color>
<color name="Iceberg">#56A5EC</color>
<color name="CrystalBlue">#5CB3FF</color>
<color name="DeepSkyBlue">#3BB9FF</color>
<color name="DenimBlue">#79BAEC</color>
<color name="LightSkyBlue">#82CAFA</color>
<color name="SkyBlue">#82CAFF</color>
<color name="JeansBlue">#A0CFEC</color>
<color name="BlueAngel">#B7CEEC</color>
<color name="PastelBlue">#B4CFEC</color>
<color name="SeaBlue">#C2DFFF</color>
<color name="PowderBlue">#C6DEFF</color>
<color name="CoralBlue">#AFDCEC</color>
<color name="LightBlue">#ADDFFF</color>
<color name="RobinEggBlue">#BDEDFF</color>
<color name="PaleBlueLily">#CFECEC</color>
<color name="LightCyan">#E0FFFF</color>
<color name="Water">#EBF4FA</color>
<color name="AliceBlue">#F0F8FF</color>
<color name="Azure">#F0FFFF</color>
<color name="LightSlate">#CCFFFF</color>
<color name="LightAquamarine">#93FFE8</color>
<color name="ElectricBlue">#9AFEFF</color>
<color name="Aquamarine">#7FFFD4</color>
<color name="CyanorAqua">#00FFFF</color>
<color name="TronBlue">#7DFDFE</color>
<color name="BlueZircon">#57FEFF</color>
<color name="BlueLagoon">#8EEBEC</color>
<color name="Celeste">#50EBEC</color>
<color name="BlueDiamond">#4EE2EC</color>
<color name="TiffanyBlue">#81D8D0</color>
<color name="CyanOpaque">#92C7C7</color>
<color name="BlueHosta">#77BFC7</color>
<color name="NorthernLightsBlue">#78C7C7</color>
<color name="MediumTurquoise">#48CCCD</color>
<color name="Turquoise">#43C6DB</color>
<color name="Jellyfish">#46C7C7</color>
<color name="MascawBlueGreen">#43BFC7</color>
<color name="LightSeaGreen">#3EA99F</color>
<color name="DarkTurquoise">#3B9C9C</color>
<color name="SeaTurtleGreen">#438D80</color>
<color name="MediumAquamarine">#348781</color>
<color name="GreenishBlue">#307D7E</color>
<color name="GrayishTurquoise">#5E7D7E</color>
<color name="BeetleGreen">#4C787E</color>
<color name="Teal">#008080</color>
<color name="SeaGreen">#4E8975</color>
<color name="CamouflageGreen">#78866B</color>
<color name="HazelGreen">#617C58</color>
<color name="VenomGreen">#728C00</color>
<color name="FernGreen">#667C26</color>
<color name="DarkForrestGreen">#254117</color>
<color name="MediumSeaGreen">#306754</color>
<color name="MediumForestGreen">#347235</color>
<color name="SeaweedGreen">#437C17</color>
<color name="PineGreen">#387C44</color>
<color name="JungleGreen">#347C2C</color>
<color name="ShamrockGreen">#347C17</color>
<color name="MediumSpringGreen">#348017</color>
<color name="ForestGreen">#4E9258</color>
<color name="GreenOnion">#6AA121</color>
<color name="SpringGreen">#4AA02C</color>
<color name="LimeGreen">#41A317</color>
<color name="CloverGreen">#3EA055</color>
<color name="GreenSnake">#6CBB3C</color>
<color name="AlienGreen">#6CC417</color>
<color name="GreenApple">#4CC417</color>
<color name="YellowGreen">#52D017</color>
<color name="KellyGreen">#4CC552</color>
<color name="ZombieGreen">#54C571</color>
<color name="FrogGreen">#99C68E</color>
<color name="GreenPeas">#89C35C</color>
<color name="DollarBillGreen">#85BB65</color>
<color name="DarkSeaGreen">#8BB381</color>
<color name="IguanaGreen">#9CB071</color>
<color name="AvocadoGreen">#B2C248</color>
<color name="PistachioGreen">#9DC209</color>
<color name="SaladGreen">#A1C935</color>
<color name="HummingbirdGreen">#7FE817</color>
<color name="NebulaGreen">#59E817</color>
<color name="StoplightGoGreen">#57E964</color>
<color name="AlgaeGreen">#64E986</color>
<color name="JadeGreen">#5EFB6E</color>
<color name="Green">#00FF00</color>
<color name="EmeraldGreen">#5FFB17</color>
<color name="LawnGreen">#87F717</color>
<color name="Chartreuse">#8AFB17</color>
<color name="DragonGreen">#6AFB92</color>
<color name="Mintgreen">#98FF98</color>
<color name="GreenThumb">#B5EAAA</color>
<color name="LightJade">#C3FDB8</color>
<color name="TeaGreen">#CCFB5D</color>
<color name="GreenYellow">#B1FB17</color>
<color name="SlimeGreen">#BCE954</color>
<color name="Goldenrod">#EDDA74</color>
<color name="HarvestGold">#EDE275</color>
<color name="SunYellow">#FFE87C</color>
<color name="Yellow">#FFFF00</color>
<color name="CornYellow">#FFF380</color>
<color name="Parchment">#FFFFC2</color>
<color name="Cream">#FFFFCC</color>
<color name="LemonChiffon">#FFF8C6</color>
<color name="Cornsilk">#FFF8DC</color>
<color name="Beige">#F5F5DC</color>
<color name="AntiqueWhite">#FAEBD7</color>
<color name="BlanchedAlmond">#FFEBCD</color>
<color name="Vanilla">#F3E5AB</color>
<color name="TanBrown">#ECE5B6</color>
<color name="Peach">#FFE5B4</color>
<color name="Mustard">#FFDB58</color>
<color name="RubberDuckyYellow">#FFD801</color>
<color name="BrightGold">#FDD017</color>
<color name="Goldenbrown">#EAC117</color>
<color name="MacaroniandCheese">#F2BB66</color>
<color name="Saffron">#FBB917</color>
<color name="Beer">#FBB117</color>
<color name="Cantaloupe">#FFA62F</color>
<color name="BeeYellow">#E9AB17</color>
<color name="BrownSugar">#E2A76F</color>
<color name="BurlyWood">#DEB887</color>
<color name="DeepPeach">#FFCBA4</color>
<color name="GingerBrown">#C9BE62</color>
<color name="SchoolBusYellow">#E8A317</color>
<color name="SandyBrown">#EE9A4D</color>
<color name="FallLeafBrown">#C8B560</color>
<color name="Gold">#D4A017</color>
<color name="Sand">#C2B280</color>
<color name="CookieBrown">#C7A317</color>
<color name="Caramel">#C68E17</color>
<color name="Brass">#B5A642</color>
<color name="Khaki">#ADA96E</color>
<color name="Camelbrown">#C19A6B</color>
<color name="Bronze">#CD7F32</color>
<color name="TigerOrange">#C88141</color>
<color name="Cinnamon">#C58917</color>
<color name="DarkGoldenrod">#AF7817</color>
<color name="Copper">#B87333</color>
<color name="Wood">#966F33</color>
<color name="OakBrown">#806517</color>
<color name="Moccasin">#827839</color>
<color name="ArmyBrown">#827B60</color>
<color name="Sandstone">#786D5F</color>
<color name="Mocha">#493D26</color>
<color name="Taupe">#483C32</color>
<color name="Coffee">#6F4E37</color>
<color name="BrownBear">#835C3B</color>
<color name="RedDirt">#7F5217</color>
<color name="Sepia">#7F462C</color>
<color name="OrangeSalmon">#C47451</color>
<color name="Rust">#C36241</color>
<color name="RedFox">#C35817</color>
<color name="Chocolate">#C85A17</color>
<color name="Sedona">#CC6600</color>
<color name="PapayaOrange">#E56717</color>
<color name="HalloweenOrange">#E66C2C</color>
<color name="PumpkinOrange">#F87217</color>
<color name="ConstructionConeOrange">#F87431</color>
<color name="SunriseOrange">#E67451</color>
<color name="MangoOrange">#FF8040</color>
<color name="DarkOrange">#F88017</color>
<color name="Coral">#FF7F50</color>
<color name="BasketBallOrange">#F88158</color>
<color name="LightSalmon">#F9966B</color>
<color name="Tangerine">#E78A61</color>
<color name="DarkSalmon">#E18B6B</color>
<color name="LightCoral">#E77471</color>
<color name="BeanRed">#F75D59</color>
<color name="ValentineRed">#E55451</color>
<color name="ShockingOrange">#E55B3C</color>
<color name="Red">#FF0000</color>
<color name="Scarlet">#FF2400</color>
<color name="RubyRed">#F62217</color>
<color name="FerrariRed">#F70D1A</color>
<color name="FireEngineRed">#F62817</color>
<color name="LavaRed">#E42217</color>
<color name="LoveRed">#E41B17</color>
<color name="Grapefruit">#DC381F</color>
<color name="ChestnutRed">#C34A2C</color>
<color name="CherryRed">#C24641</color>
<color name="Mahogany">#C04000</color>
<color name="ChilliPepper">#C11B17</color>
<color name="Cranberry">#9F000F</color>
<color name="RedWine">#990012</color>
<color name="Burgundy">#8C001A</color>
<color name="BloodRed">#7E3517</color>
<color name="Sienna">#8A4117</color>
<color name="Sangria">#7E3817</color>
<color name="Firebrick">#800517</color>
<color name="Maroon">#810541</color>
<color name="PlumPie">#7D0541</color>
<color name="VelvetMaroon">#7E354D</color>
<color name="PlumVelvet">#7D0552</color>
<color name="RosyFinch">#7F4E52</color>
<color name="Puce">#7F5A58</color>
<color name="DullPurple">#7F525D</color>
<color name="RosyBrown">#B38481</color>
<color name="KhakiRose">#C5908E</color>
<color name="PinkBow">#C48189</color>
<color name="LipstickPink">#C48793</color>
<color name="Rose">#E8ADAA</color>
<color name="DesertSand">#EDC9AF</color>
<color name="PigPink">#FDD7E4</color>
<color name="CottonCandy">#FCDFFF</color>
<color name="PinkBubblegum">#FFDFDD</color>
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<color name="Pink">#FAAFBE</color>
<color name="LightPink">#FAAFBA</color>
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<color name="PinkRose">#E7A1B0</color>
<color name="PinkDaisy">#E799A3</color>
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<color name="VioletRed">#F6358A</color>
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<color name="Carnation_Pink">#C12283</color>
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<color name="PlumPurple">#583759</color>
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<color name="Grape">#5E5A80</color>
<color name="PurpleJam">#6A287E</color>
<color name="DarkOrchid">#7D1B7E</color>
<color name="PurpleFlower">#A74AC7</color>
<color name="MediumOrchid">#B048B5</color>
<color name="PurpleAmethyst">#6C2DC7</color>
<color name="DarkViolet">#842DCE</color>
<color name="Violet">#8D38C9</color>
<color name="PurpleSageBush">#7A5DC7</color>
<color name="LovelyPurple">#7F38EC</color>
<color name="Purple">#8E35EF</color>
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<color name="MediumPurple">#8467D7</color>
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<color name="Thistle">#D2B9D3</color>
<color name="Periwinkle">#E9CFEC</color>
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Exception is never thrown in body of corresponding try statement

Any class which extends Exception class will be a user defined Checked exception class where as any class which extends RuntimeException will be Unchecked exception class. as mentioned in User defined exception are checked or unchecked exceptions So, not throwing the checked exception(be it user-defined or built-in exception) gives compile time error.

Checked exception are the exceptions that are checked at compile time.

Unchecked exception are the exceptions that are not checked at compiled time

How can I get name of element with jQuery?

Play around with this jsFiddle example:

HTML:

<p id="foo" name="bar">Hello, world!</p>

jQuery:

$(function() {
    var name = $('#foo').attr('name');

    alert(name);
    console.log(name);
});

This uses jQuery's .attr() method to get value for the first element in the matched set.

While not specifically jQuery, the result is shown as an alert prompt and written to the browser's console.

What's the difference between "Solutions Architect" and "Applications Architect"?

There are valid differences between types of architects:

Enterprise architects look at solutions for the enterprise aligining tightly with the enterprise strategy. Eg in a bank, they'll look at the complete IT landscape.

Solution architects focus on a particular solution, for example a new credit card acquiring system in a bank.

Domain architects focus on specific areas, for example an application architect or network architect.

Technical architects generally play the role of solution architects with less focus on the business aspect and more on the techology aspect.

go to link on button click - jquery

$('.button1').click(function() {
   window.location = "www.example.com/index.php?id=" + this.id;
});

First of all using window.location is better as according to specification document.location value was read-only and might cause you headaches in older/different browsers. Check notes @MDC DOM document.location page

And for the second - using attr jQuery method to get id is a bad practice - you should use direct native DOM accessor this.id as the value assigned to this is normal DOM element.

How to check if any fields in a form are empty in php

Specify POST method in form
<form name="registrationform" action="register.php" method="post">


your form code

</form>

Select first empty cell in column F starting from row 1. (without using offset )

I adapted a bit the code of everyone, made it in a Function, made it faster (array), and added parameters :

Public Function FirstBlankCell(Optional Sh As Worksheet, Optional SourceCol As Long = 1, Optional ByVal StartRow& = 1, Optional ByVal SelectCell As Boolean = False) As Long
Dim RowCount As Long, CurrentRow As Long
Dim CurrentRowValue As String
Dim Data()
If Sh Is Nothing Then Set Sh = ActiveSheet

With Sh

    rowCount = .Cells(.Rows.Count, SourceCol).End(xlUp).Row
    Data = .Range(.Cells(1, SourceCol), .Cells(rowCount, SourceCol)).Value2

    For currentRow = StartRow To RowCount
        If Data(currentRow, SourceCol) = vbNullString Then
            If SelectCell Then .Cells(currentRow, SourceCol).Select
            'if selection is out of screen, intead of .select , use : application.goto reference:=.cells(...), scroll:= true
            FirstBlankCell = currentRow
            Exit For
        End If
    Next

End With ' Sh

Erase Data
Set Sh = Nothing
End Function

Multiline text in JLabel

This is horrifying. All these answers suggesting adding to the start of the label text, and there is not one word in the Java 11 (or earlier) documentation for JLabel to suggest that the text of a label is handled differently if it happens to start with <html>. Who says that works everywhere and always will? And you can get big, big surprises wrapping arbitrary text in and handing it to an html layout engine.

I've upvoted the answer that suggests JTextArea. But I'll note that JTextArea isn't a drop-in replacement; by default it expands to fill rows, which is not how JLabel acts. I haven't come up with a solution to that yet.

How to update UI from another thread running in another class

Felt the need to add this better answer, as nothing except BackgroundWorker seemed to help me, and the answer dealing with that thus far was woefully incomplete. This is how you would update a XAML page called MainWindow that has an Image tag like this:

<Image Name="imgNtwkInd" Source="Images/network_on.jpg" Width="50" />

with a BackgroundWorker process to show if you are connected to the network or not:

using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Windows;
using System.Windows.Controls;

public partial class MainWindow : Window
{
    private BackgroundWorker bw = new BackgroundWorker();

    public MainWindow()
    {
        InitializeComponent();

        // Set up background worker to allow progress reporting and cancellation
        bw.WorkerReportsProgress = true;
        bw.WorkerSupportsCancellation = true;

        // This is your main work process that records progress
        bw.DoWork += new DoWorkEventHandler(SomeClass.DoWork);

        // This will update your page based on that progress
        bw.ProgressChanged += new ProgressChangedEventHandler(bw_ProgressChanged);

        // This starts your background worker and "DoWork()"
        bw.RunWorkerAsync();

        // When this page closes, this will run and cancel your background worker
        this.Closing += new CancelEventHandler(Page_Unload);
    }

    private void bw_ProgressChanged(object sender, ProgressChangedEventArgs e)
    {
        BitmapImage bImg = new BitmapImage();
        bool connected = false;
        string response = e.ProgressPercentage.ToString(); // will either be 1 or 0 for true/false -- this is the result recorded in DoWork()

        if (response == "1")
            connected = true;

        // Do something with the result we got
        if (!connected)
        {
            bImg.BeginInit();
            bImg.UriSource = new Uri("Images/network_off.jpg", UriKind.Relative);
            bImg.EndInit();
            imgNtwkInd.Source = bImg;
        }
        else
        {
            bImg.BeginInit();
            bImg.UriSource = new Uri("Images/network_on.jpg", UriKind.Relative);
            bImg.EndInit();
            imgNtwkInd.Source = bImg;
        }
    }

    private void Page_Unload(object sender, CancelEventArgs e)
    {
        bw.CancelAsync();  // stops the background worker when unloading the page
    }
}


public class SomeClass
{
    public static bool connected = false;

    public void DoWork(object sender, DoWorkEventArgs e)
    {
        BackgroundWorker bw = sender as BackgroundWorker;

        int i = 0;
        do 
        {
            connected = CheckConn();  // do some task and get the result

            if (bw.CancellationPending == true)
            {
                e.Cancel = true;
                break;
            }
            else
            {
                Thread.Sleep(1000);
                // Record your result here
                if (connected)
                    bw.ReportProgress(1);
                else
                    bw.ReportProgress(0);
            }
        }
        while (i == 0);
    }

    private static bool CheckConn()
    {
        bool conn = false;
        Ping png = new Ping();
        string host = "SomeComputerNameHere";

        try
        {
            PingReply pngReply = png.Send(host);
            if (pngReply.Status == IPStatus.Success)
                conn = true;
        }
        catch (PingException ex)
        {
            // write exception to log
        }
        return conn;
    }
}

For more information: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc221403(v=VS.95).aspx

What's the difference between REST & RESTful

Representational State Transfer (REST) is a style of software architecture for distributed hypermedia systems such as the World Wide Web. The term Representational State Transfer was introduced and defined in 2000 by Roy Fielding1[2] in his doctoral dissertation. Fielding is one of the principal authors of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) specification versions 1.0 and 1.1. Conforming to the REST constraints is referred to as being ‘RESTful’. Source:Wikipedia

"CSV file does not exist" for a filename with embedded quotes

Try this

import os 
cd = os.getcwd()
dataset_train = pd.read_csv(cd+"/Google_Stock_Price_Train.csv")

2D character array initialization in C

I think what you originally meant to do was to make an array only of characters, not of pointers:

char options[2][100];

options[0][0]='t';
options[0][1]='e';
options[0][2]='s';
options[0][3]='t';
options[0][4]='1';
options[0][5]='\0';  /* NUL termination of C string */

/* A standard C library function which copies strings. */
strcpy(options[1], "test2");

The code above shows two distinct methods of setting the character values in memory you have set aside to contain characters.

Leaflet changing Marker color

A cheap way to change the Leaflet marker colour is to use the CSS filter property. Give the icon an extra class and then change its colour in the stylesheet:

<style>
img.huechange { filter: hue-rotate(120deg); }
</style>
<script>
var marker = L.marker([y, x]).addTo(map);
marker._icon.classList.add("huechange");
</script>

and this will produce a red marker: alter the value given to hue-rotate to alter the colour.

enter image description here

Assignment inside lambda expression in Python

TL;DR: When using functional idioms it's better to write functional code

As many people have pointed out, in Python lambdas assignment is not allowed. In general when using functional idioms your better off thinking in a functional manner which means wherever possible no side effects and no assignments.

Here is functional solution which uses a lambda. I've assigned the lambda to fn for clarity (and because it got a little long-ish).

from operator import add
from itertools import ifilter, ifilterfalse
fn = lambda l, pred: add(list(ifilter(pred, iter(l))), [ifilterfalse(pred, iter(l)).next()])
objs = [Object(name=""), Object(name="fake_name"), Object(name="")]
fn(objs, lambda o: o.name != '')

You can also make this deal with iterators rather than lists by changing things around a little. You also have some different imports.

from itertools import chain, islice, ifilter, ifilterfalse
fn = lambda l, pred: chain(ifilter(pred, iter(l)), islice(ifilterfalse(pred, iter(l)), 1))

You can always reoganize the code to reduce the length of the statements.

How to combine paths in Java?

Rather than keeping everything string-based, you should use a class which is designed to represent a file system path.

If you're using Java 7 or Java 8, you should strongly consider using java.nio.file.Path; Path.resolve can be used to combine one path with another, or with a string. The Paths helper class is useful too. For example:

Path path = Paths.get("foo", "bar", "baz.txt");

If you need to cater for pre-Java-7 environments, you can use java.io.File, like this:

File baseDirectory = new File("foo");
File subDirectory = new File(baseDirectory, "bar");
File fileInDirectory = new File(subDirectory, "baz.txt");

If you want it back as a string later, you can call getPath(). Indeed, if you really wanted to mimic Path.Combine, you could just write something like:

public static String combine(String path1, String path2)
{
    File file1 = new File(path1);
    File file2 = new File(file1, path2);
    return file2.getPath();
}

Python NLTK: SyntaxError: Non-ASCII character '\xc3' in file (Sentiment Analysis -NLP)

Add the following to the top of your file # coding=utf-8

If you go to the link in the error you can seen the reason why:

Defining the Encoding

Python will default to ASCII as standard encoding if no other encoding hints are given. To define a source code encoding, a magic comment must be placed into the source files either as first or second line in the file, such as: # coding=

What is the difference between DAO and Repository patterns?

DAO and Repository pattern are ways of implementing Data Access Layer (DAL). So, let's start with DAL, first.

Object-oriented applications that access a database, must have some logic to handle database access. In order to keep the code clean and modular, it is recommended that database access logic should be isolated into a separate module. In layered architecture, this module is DAL.

So far, we haven't talked about any particular implementation: only a general principle that putting database access logic in a separate module.

Now, how we can implement this principle? Well, one know way of implementing this, in particular with frameworks like Hibernate, is the DAO pattern.

DAO pattern is a way of generating DAL, where typically, each domain entity has its own DAO. For example, User and UserDao, Appointment and AppointmentDao, etc. An example of DAO with Hibernate: http://gochev.blogspot.ca/2009/08/hibernate-generic-dao.html.

Then what is Repository pattern? Like DAO, Repository pattern is also a way achieving DAL. The main point in Repository pattern is that, from the client/user perspective, it should look or behave as a collection. What is meant by behaving like a collection is not that it has to be instantiated like Collection collection = new SomeCollection(). Instead, it means that it should support operations such as add, remove, contains, etc. This is the essence of Repository pattern.

In practice, for example in the case of using Hibernate, Repository pattern is realized with DAO. That is an instance of DAL can be both at the same an instance of DAO pattern and Repository pattern.

Repository pattern is not necessarily something that one builds on top of DAO (as some may suggest). If DAOs are designed with an interface that supports the above-mentioned operations, then it is an instance of Repository pattern. Think about it, If DAOs already provide a collection-like set of operations, then what is the need for an extra layer on top of it?

Python 2,3 Convert Integer to "bytes" Cleanly

I have found the only reliable, portable method to be

bytes(bytearray([n]))

Just bytes([n]) does not work in python 2. Taking the scenic route through bytearray seems like the only reasonable solution.

Align Div at bottom on main Div

I guess you'll need absolute position

.vertical_banner {position:relative;}
#bottom_link{position:absolute; bottom:0;}

How to target the href to div

Put for div same name as in href target.

ex: <div name="link"> and <a href="#link">

How to add List<> to a List<> in asp.net

Use List.AddRange(collection As IEnumerable(Of T)) method.

It allows you to append at the end of your list another collection/list.

Example:

List<string> initialList = new List<string>();
// Put whatever you want in the initial list
List<string> listToAdd = new List<string>();
// Put whatever you want in the second list
initialList.AddRange(listToAdd);

Codeigniter $this->db->get(), how do I return values for a specific row?

Accessing a single row

//Result as an Object
$result = $this->db->select('age')->from('my_users_table')->where('id', '3')->limit(1)->get()->row();
echo $result->age;

//Result as an Array
$result = $this->db->select('age')->from('my_users_table')->where('id', '3')->limit(1)->get()->row_array();
echo $result['age'];

How do I make calls to a REST API using C#?

Since you are using Visual Studio 11 Beta, you will want to use the latest and greatest. The new Web API contains classes for this.

See HttpClient: http://wcf.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=WCF%20HTTP

Angular 2 change event - model changes

That's a known issue. Currently you have to use a workaround like shown in your question.

This is working as intended. When the change event is emitted ngModelChange (the (...) part of [(ngModel)] hasn't updated the bound model yet:

<input type="checkbox"  (ngModelChange)="myModel=$event" [ngModel]="mymodel">

See also

How do I sort strings alphabetically while accounting for value when a string is numeric?

This seems a weird request and deserves a weird solution:

string[] sizes = new string[] { "105", "101", "102", "103", "90" };

foreach (var size in sizes.OrderBy(x => {
    double sum = 0;
    int position = 0;
    foreach (char c in x.ToCharArray().Reverse()) {
        sum += (c - 48) * (int)(Math.Pow(10,position));
        position++;
    }
    return sum;
}))

{
    Console.WriteLine(size);
}

What is Hive: Return Code 2 from org.apache.hadoop.hive.ql.exec.MapRedTask

Adding some information here, as it took me awhile to find the hadoop jobtracker web-dashboard in HDInsight (Azure's Hadoop), and a colleague finally showed me where it was. There is a shortcut on the head node called "Hadoop Yarn Status" which is just a link to a local http page (http://headnodehost:9014/cluster in my case). When opened the dashboard looked like this:

enter image description here

In that dashboard you can find your failed application, and then after clicking into it you can look at the logs of the individual map and reduce jobs.

In my case it seemed to still be running out of memory in the reducers, even though I had cranked the memory in the configuration already. For some reason it was not surfacing the "java outofmemory" errors I got earlier though.

Set div height to fit to the browser using CSS

Setting window full height for empty divs

1st solution with absolute positioning - FIDDLE

.div1 {
  position: absolute;
  top: 0;
  bottom: 0;
  width: 25%;
}
.div2 {
  position: absolute;
  top: 0;
  left: 25%;
  bottom: 0;
  width: 75%;
}

2nd solution with static (also can be used a relative) positioning & jQuery - FIDDLE

.div1 {
  float: left;
  width: 25%;
}
.div2 {
  float: left;
  width: 75%;
}

$(function(){
  $('.div1, .div2').css({ height: $(window).innerHeight() });
  $(window).resize(function(){
    $('.div1, .div2').css({ height: $(window).innerHeight() });
  });
});

Using psql to connect to PostgreSQL in SSL mode

On psql client v12, I could not find option in psql client to activate sslmode=verify-full.

I ended up using environment variables :

PGSSLMODE=verify-full PGSSLROOTCERT=server-ca.pem psql -h your_host -U your_user -W -d your_db

How can I delete a user in linux when the system says its currently used in a process

First use pkill or kill -9 <pid> to kill the process.

Then use following userdel command to delete user,

userdel -f cafe_fixer

According to userdel man page:

-f, --force

This option forces the removal of the user account, even if the user is still logged in. It also forces userdel to remove the user's home directory and mail spool, even if another user uses the same home directory or if the mail spool is not owned by the specified user. If USERGROUPS_ENAB is defined to yes in /etc/login.defs and if a group exists with the same name as the deleted user, then this group will be removed, even if it is still the primary group of another user.

Edit 1: (by @Ajedi32)

Note: This option (i.e. --force) is dangerous and may leave your system in an inconsistent state.

Edit 2: (by @socketpair)

In spite of the description about some files, this key allows removing the user while it is in use. Don't forget to chdir / before, because this command will also remove home directory.

Check if value already exists within list of dictionaries?

Perhaps a function along these lines is what you're after:

 def add_unique_to_dict_list(dict_list, key, value):
  for d in dict_list:
     if key in d:
        return d[key]

  dict_list.append({ key: value })
  return value

Android Studio with Google Play Services

In my case google-play-services_lib are integrate as module (External Libs) for Google map & GCM in my project.

Now, these time require to implement Google Places Autocomplete API but problem is that's code are new and my libs are old so some class not found:

following these steps...

1> Update Google play service into SDK Manager

2> select new .jar file of google play service (Sdk/extras/google/google_play_services/libproject/google-play-services_lib/libs) replace with old one

i got success...!!!

How to get Domain name from URL using jquery..?

try this code below it works fine with me.

example below is getting the host and redirecting to another page.

var host = $(location).attr('host');
window.location.replace("http://"+host+"/TEST_PROJECT/INDEXINGPAGE");

Shrinking navigation bar when scrolling down (bootstrap3)

I am using this code for my project

$(window).scroll ( function() {
    if ($(document).scrollTop() > 50) {
        document.getElementById('your-div').style.height = '100px'; //For eg
    } else {
        document.getElementById('your-div').style.height = '150px';
    }    
}
);

Probably this will help

How to call a Python function from Node.js

/*eslint-env es6*/
/*global require*/
/*global console*/
var express = require('express'); 
var app = express();

// Creates a server which runs on port 3000 and  
// can be accessed through localhost:3000
app.listen(3000, function() { 
    console.log('server running on port 3000'); 
} ) 

app.get('/name', function(req, res) {

    console.log('Running');

    // Use child_process.spawn method from  
    // child_process module and assign it 
    // to variable spawn 
    var spawn = require("child_process").spawn;   
    // Parameters passed in spawn - 
    // 1. type_of_script 
    // 2. list containing Path of the script 
    //    and arguments for the script  

    // E.g : http://localhost:3000/name?firstname=Levente
    var process = spawn('python',['apiTest.py', 
                        req.query.firstname]);

    // Takes stdout data from script which executed 
    // with arguments and send this data to res object
    var output = '';
    process.stdout.on('data', function(data) {

        console.log("Sending Info")
        res.end(data.toString('utf8'));
    });

    console.log(output);
}); 

This worked for me. Your python.exe must be added to you path variables for this code snippet. Also, make sure your python script is in your project folder.

Hide header in stack navigator React navigation

This will remove the header from the component class.

export default class SampleClass extends Component {
    navigationOptions = {
       headerMode: 'none'
    }
...
}

Upload video files via PHP and save them in appropriate folder and have a database entry

sample code:

<em><b>
<h2>Upload,Save and Download video </h2>
<form method="POST" action="" enctype="multipart/form-data">
<input type="file" name="video"/>
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Upload"/></b>
</form></em>

<?php>
include("connect.php");
$errors=1;
//Targeting Folder
$target="videos/";
if(isset($_POST['submit'])){
//Targeting Folder 
$target=$target.basename($_FILES['video']['name']);
//Getting Selected video Type
$type=pathinfo($target,PATHINFO_EXTENSION);
 //Allow Certain File Format To Upload
 if($type!='mp4' && $type!='3gp' && $type!='avi'){
  echo "Only mp4,3gp,avi file format are allowed to Upload";
  $errors=0;
 }
 //checking for Exsisting video Files
  if(file_exists($target)){
   echo "File Exist";
   $errors=0;
   }
  $filesize=$_FILES['video']['size'];
  if($filesize>250*2000000){
  echo 'You Can not Upload Large File(more than 500MB) by Default ini setting..<a     href="http://www.codenair.com/2018/03/how-to-upload-large-file-in-php.html">How to   upload large file in php</a>'; 
    $errors=0;
    }
   if($errors == 0){
   echo ' Your File Not Uploaded';
    }else{
 //Moving The video file to Desired Directory
  $uplaod_success=move_uploaded_file($_FILES['video']['tmp_name'],$target);
  if($uplaod_success){
  //Getting Selected video Information
    $name=$_FILES['video']['name'];
    $size=$_FILES['video']['size'];
    $result=mysqli_query($con,"INSERT INTO VIdeos           (name,size,type)VALUES('".$name."','".$size."','".$type."')");
    if($result==TRUE){
    echo "Your video '$name' Successfully Upload and Information Saved Our  Database";
    }
   }
  }
  }
 ?>

How to wait till the response comes from the $http request, in angularjs?

I was having the same problem and none if these worked for me. Here is what did work though...

app.factory('myService', function($http) {
    var data = function (value) {
            return $http.get(value);
    }

    return { data: data }
});

and then the function that uses it is...

vm.search = function(value) {

        var recieved_data = myService.data(value);

        recieved_data.then(
            function(fulfillment){
                vm.tags = fulfillment.data;
            }, function(){
                console.log("Server did not send tag data.");
        });
    };

The service isn't that necessary but I think its a good practise for extensibility. Most of what you will need for one will for any other, especially when using APIs. Anyway I hope this was helpful.

CMake link to external library

arrowdodger's answer is correct and preferred on many occasions. I would simply like to add an alternative to his answer:

You could add an "imported" library target, instead of a link-directory. Something like:

# Your-external "mylib", add GLOBAL if the imported library is located in directories above the current.
add_library( mylib SHARED IMPORTED )
# You can define two import-locations: one for debug and one for release.
set_target_properties( mylib PROPERTIES IMPORTED_LOCATION ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/res/mylib.so )

And then link as if this library was built by your project:

TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES(GLBall mylib)

Such an approach would give you a little more flexibility: Take a look at the add_library( ) command and the many target-properties related to imported libraries.

I do not know if this will solve your problem with "updated versions of libs".

The PowerShell -and conditional operator

You can simplify it to

if ($user_sam -and $user_case) {
  ...
}

because empty strings coerce to $false (and so does $null, for that matter).

Git Push Error: insufficient permission for adding an object to repository database

There is a possibility also that you added another local repository with the same alias. As an example, you now have 2 local folders referred to as origin so when you try to push, the remote repository will not accept you credentials.

Rename the local repository aliases, you can follow this link https://stackoverflow.com/a/26651835/2270348

Maybe you can leave 1 local repository of your liking as origin and the others rename them for example from origin to anotherorigin. Remember these are just aliases and all you need to do is remember the new aliases and their respective remote branches.

How do you make an array of structs in C?

Solution using pointers:

#include<stdio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
#define n 3
struct body
{
    double p[3];//position
    double v[3];//velocity
    double a[3];//acceleration
    double radius;
    double *mass;
};


int main()
{
    struct body *bodies = (struct body*)malloc(n*sizeof(struct body));
    int a, b;
     for(a = 0; a < n; a++)
     {
            for(b = 0; b < 3; b++)
            {
                bodies[a].p[b] = 0;
                bodies[a].v[b] = 0;
                bodies[a].a[b] = 0;
            }
            bodies[a].mass = 0;
            bodies[a].radius = 1.0;
     }

    return 0;
}

Add a new column to existing table in a migration

Although a migration file is best practice as others have mentioned, in a pinch you can also add a column with tinker.

$ php artisan tinker

Here's an example one-liner for the terminal:

Schema::table('users', function(\Illuminate\Database\Schema\Blueprint $table){ $table->integer('paid'); })



(Here it is formatted for readability)

Schema::table('users', function(\Illuminate\Database\Schema\Blueprint $table){ 
    $table->integer('paid'); 
});

Running Python on Windows for Node.js dependencies

Example : pg_config not executable / error node-gyp

Solution : On windows just try to add PATH Env -> C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\12\bin

Work for me, Now i can use npm i pg-promise for example or other dependencies.

Exception: "URI formats are not supported"

     string ImagePath = "";

        HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(ImagePath);
        string a = "";
        try
        {
            HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse(); 
            Stream receiveStream = response.GetResponseStream();
            if (receiveStream.CanRead)
            { a = "OK"; }
        }

        catch { }

Check a radio button with javascript

Easiest way would probably be with jQuery, as follows:

$(document).ready(function(){
  $("#_1234").attr("checked","checked");
})

This adds a new attribute "checked" (which in HTML does not need a value). Just remember to include the jQuery library:

<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script>

PHP Get name of current directory

For EXAMPLE

Your Path = /home/serverID_name/www/your_route_Dir/

THIS_is_the_DIR_I_Want

A Soultion that WORKS:

$url = dirname(\__FILE__);
$array = explode('\\\',$url);
$count = count($array);
echo $array[$count-1];

Copying files into the application folder at compile time

You can also put the files or links into the root of the solution explorer and then set the files properties:

Build action = Content

and

Copy to Output Directory = Copy if newer (for example)

For a link drag the file from the windows explorer into the solution explorer holding down the shift and control keys.

enter image description here

jQuery hasAttr checking to see if there is an attribute on an element

Object.prototype.hasAttr = function(attr) {
    if(this.attr) {
        var _attr = this.attr(attr);
    } else {
        var _attr = this.getAttribute(attr);
    }
    return (typeof _attr !== "undefined" && _attr !== false && _attr !== null);      
};

I came a crossed this while writing my own function to do the same thing... I though I'd share in case someone else stumbles here. I added null because getAttribute() will return null if the attribute does not exist.

This method will allow you to check jQuery objects and regular javascript objects.

How to generate a range of numbers between two numbers?

This uses procedural code and a table-valued function. Slow, but easy and predictable.

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[Sequence] (@start int, @end int)
RETURNS
@Result TABLE(ID int)
AS
begin
declare @i int;
set @i = @start;
while @i <= @end 
    begin
        insert into @result values (@i);
        set @i = @i+1;
    end
return;
end

Usage:

SELECT * FROM dbo.Sequence (3,7);
ID
3
4
5
6
7

It's a table, so you can use it in joins with other data. I most frequently use this function as the left side of a join against a GROUP BY hour, day etc to ensure a contiguous sequence of time values.

SELECT DateAdd(hh,ID,'2018-06-20 00:00:00') as HoursInTheDay FROM dbo.Sequence (0,23) ;

HoursInTheDay
2018-06-20 00:00:00.000
2018-06-20 01:00:00.000
2018-06-20 02:00:00.000
2018-06-20 03:00:00.000
2018-06-20 04:00:00.000
(...)

Performance is uninspiring (16 seconds for a million rows) but good enough for many purposes.

SELECT count(1) FROM [dbo].[Sequence] (
   1000001
  ,2000000)
GO

How to format time since xxx e.g. “4 minutes ago” similar to Stack Exchange sites

Simple and readable version:

const NOW = new Date()
const times = [["second", 1], ["minute", 60], ["hour", 3600], ["day", 86400], ["week", 604800], ["month", 2592000], ["year", 31536000]]

function timeAgo(date) {
    var diff = Math.round((NOW - date) / 1000)
    for (var t = 0; t < times.length; t++) {
        if (diff < times[t][1]) {
            if (t == 0) {
                return "Just now"
            } else {
                diff = Math.round(diff / times[t - 1][1])
                return diff + " " + times[t - 1][0] + (diff == 1?" ago":"s ago")
            }
        }
    }
}

How to set .net Framework 4.5 version in IIS 7 application pool

There is no v4.5 shown in the gui, and typically you don't need to manually specify v4.5 since it's an in-place update. However, you can set it explicitly with appcmd like this:

appcmd set apppool /apppool.name: [App Pool Name] /managedRuntimeVersion:v4.5

Appcmd is located in %windir%\System32\inetsrv. This helped me to fix an issue with Web Deploy, where it was throwing an ERROR_APPPOOL_VERSION_MISMATCH error after upgrading from v4.0 to v4.5.

MS article on setting .Net version for App Pool

Bootstrap: Collapse other sections when one is expanded

Use this:

$('.panel-defaul.ph').on('show.bs.collapse', function () {
    $(this).children('.panel-heading').addClass('panel-heading-collapsed');  
    $('.panel-defaul.ph').not(this).children('.panel-collapse').removeClass('in');
}); 

How can I set an SQL Server connection string?

You can use either Windows authentication, if your server is in the domain, or SQL Server authentication. Sa is a system administrator, the root account for SQL Server authentication. But it is a bad practice to use if for connecting to your clients.

You should create your own accounts, and use them to connect to your SQL Server instance. In each connection you set account login, its password and the default database, you want to connect to.

DateTime.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy HH:mm:ss.fff") resulted in something like "09/14/2013 07.20.31.371"

I bumped into this problem lately with Windows 10 from another direction, and found the answer from @JonSkeet very helpful in solving my problem.

I also did som further research with a test form and found that when the the current culture was set to "no" or "nb-NO" at runtime (Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = new CultureInfo("no");), the ToString("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss") call responded differently in Windows 7 and Windows 10. It returned what I expected in Windows 7 and HH.mm.ss in Windows 10!

I think this is a bit scary! Since I believed that a culture was a culture in any Windows version at least.

Eliminate extra separators below UITableView

I would like to extend wkw answer:

Simply adding only footer with height 0 will do the trick. (tested on sdk 4.2, 4.4.1)

- (void) addFooter
{
    UIView *v = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectZero];

    [self.myTableView setTableFooterView:v];
}

or even simpler - where you set up your tableview, add this line:

//change height value if extra space is needed at the bottom.
[_tableView setTableFooterView:[[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(0,0,0,0)]];

or even simplier - to simply remove any separators:

[_tableView setTableFooterView:[UIView new]];

Thanks to wkw again :)

Getting Excel to refresh data on sheet from within VBA

This should do the trick...

'recalculate all open workbooks
Application.Calculate

'recalculate a specific worksheet
Worksheets(1).Calculate

' recalculate a specific range
Worksheets(1).Columns(1).Calculate

Simple dictionary in C++

Here's the map solution:

#include <iostream>
#include <map>

typedef std::map<char, char> BasePairMap;

int main()
{
    BasePairMap m;
    m['A'] = 'T';
    m['T'] = 'A';
    m['C'] = 'G';
    m['G'] = 'C';

    std::cout << "A:" << m['A'] << std::endl;
    std::cout << "T:" << m['T'] << std::endl;
    std::cout << "C:" << m['C'] << std::endl;
    std::cout << "G:" << m['G'] << std::endl;

    return 0;
}

How to create a DB for MongoDB container on start up?

Given this .env file:

DB_NAME=foo
DB_USER=bar
DB_PASSWORD=baz

And this mongo-init.sh file:

mongo --eval "db.auth('$MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_USERNAME', '$MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_PASSWORD'); db = db.getSiblingDB('$DB_NAME'); db.createUser({ user: '$DB_USER', pwd: '$DB_PASSWORD', roles: [{ role: 'readWrite', db: '$DB_NAME' }] });"

This docker-compose.yml will create the admin database and admin user, authenticate as the admin user, then create the real database and add the real user:

version: '3'

services:
#  app:
#    build: .
#    env_file: .env
#    environment:
#      DB_HOST: 'mongodb://mongodb'

  mongodb:
    image: mongo:4
    environment:
      MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_USERNAME: admin-user
      MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_PASSWORD: admin-password
      DB_NAME: $DB_NAME
      DB_USER: $DB_USER
      DB_PASSWORD: $DB_PASSWORD
    ports:
      - 27017:27017
    volumes:
      - db-data:/data/db
      - ./mongo-init.sh:/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/mongo-init.sh

volumes:
  db-data:

exception in initializer error in java when using Netbeans

Wherever there is errors or exceptions in static blocks, this exception will be thrown. To get the cause of this exception simply use Throwable.getCause() to know what is wrong.

jQuery: Count number of list elements?

Another approach to count number of list elements:

_x000D_
_x000D_
var num = $("#mylist").find("li").length;_x000D_
console.log(num);
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<ul id="mylist">_x000D_
  <li>Element 1</li>_x000D_
  <li>Element 2</li>_x000D_
  <li>Element 3</li>_x000D_
  <li>Element 4</li>_x000D_
  <li>Element 5</li>_x000D_
</ul>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to find tags with only certain attributes - BeautifulSoup

Just pass it as an argument of findAll:

>>> from BeautifulSoup import BeautifulSoup
>>> soup = BeautifulSoup("""
... <html>
... <head><title>My Title!</title></head>
... <body><table>
... <tr><td>First!</td>
... <td valign="top">Second!</td></tr>
... </table></body><html>
... """)
>>>
>>> soup.findAll('td')
[<td>First!</td>, <td valign="top">Second!</td>]
>>>
>>> soup.findAll('td', valign='top')
[<td valign="top">Second!</td>]

Regular expression "^[a-zA-Z]" or "[^a-zA-Z]"

^[a-zA-Z] means any a-z or A-Z at the start of a line

[^a-zA-Z] means any character that IS NOT a-z OR A-Z

Convert String to Type in C#

Try:

Type type = Type.GetType(inputString); //target type
object o = Activator.CreateInstance(type); // an instance of target type
YourType your = (YourType)o;

Jon Skeet is right as usually :)

Update: You can specify assembly containing target type in various ways, as Jon mentioned, or:

YourType your = (YourType)Activator.CreateInstance("AssemblyName", "NameSpace.MyClass");

Git: How to return from 'detached HEAD' state

Use git reflog to find the hashes of previously checked out commits.

A shortcut command to get to your last checked out branch (not sure if this work correctly with detached HEAD and intermediate commits though) is git checkout -

iOS for VirtualBox

You could try qemu, which is what the Android emulator uses. I believe it actually emulates the ARM hardware.

How to disable javax.swing.JButton in java?

The code is very long so I can't paste all the code.

There could be any number of reasons why your code doesn't work. Maybe you declared the button variables twice so you aren't actually changing enabling/disabling the button like you think you are. Maybe you are blocking the EDT.

You need to create a SSCCE to post on the forum.

So its up to you to isolate the problem. Start with a simple frame thas two buttons and see if your code works. Once you get that working, then try starting a Thread that simply sleeps for 10 seconds to see if it still works.

Learn how the basice work first before writing a 200 line program.

Learn how to do some basic debugging, we are not mind readers. We can't guess what silly mistake you are doing based on your verbal description of the problem.

Fatal error in launcher: Unable to create process using ""C:\Program Files (x86)\Python33\python.exe" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Python33\pip.exe""

i solve my problem in Window if u install both python2 and python3

u need enter someone \Scripts change all file.exe to file27.exe,then it solve

my D:\Python27\Scripts edit django-admin.exe to django-admin27.exe so it done

Float a DIV on top of another DIV

I know this post is little bit old but here is a potential solution for anyone who has the same problem:

First, I would change the CSS display for #popup to "none" instead of "hidden".

Second, I would change the HTML as follow:

<div id="overlay-back"></div>
<div id="popup">
    <div style="position: relative;">
        <img class="close-image" src="images/closebtn.png" />
        <span><img src="images/load_sign.png" width="400" height="566" /></span>
    </div>            
</div>

And for Style as follow:

.close-image
{
   display: block;
   float: right;
   cursor: pointer;
   z-index: 3;
   position: absolute;
   right: 0;
   top: 0;
}

I got this idea from this website (kessitek.com). A very good example on how to position elements,:

How to position a div on top of another div

I hope this helps,

Zag,

base64 encode in MySQL

Functions from http://wi-fizzle.com/downloads/base64.sql contain some error when in encoded string are 32-byte (space), ex BASE64_ENCODE(CONCAT(CHAR(15), CHAR(32))). Here is corrected function

DELIMITER $$

USE `YOUR DATABASE`$$

DROP TABLE IF EXISTS core_base64_data$$
CREATE TABLE core_base64_data (c CHAR(1) BINARY, val TINYINT)$$
INSERT INTO core_base64_data VALUES 
('A',0), ('B',1), ('C',2), ('D',3), ('E',4), ('F',5), ('G',6), ('H',7), ('I',8), ('J',9),
('K',10), ('L',11), ('M',12), ('N',13), ('O',14), ('P',15), ('Q',16), ('R',17), ('S',18), ('T',19),
('U',20), ('V',21), ('W',22), ('X',23), ('Y',24), ('Z',25), ('a',26), ('b',27), ('c',28), ('d',29),
('e',30), ('f',31), ('g',32), ('h',33), ('i',34), ('j',35), ('k',36), ('l',37), ('m',38), ('n',39),
('o',40), ('p',41), ('q',42), ('r',43), ('s',44), ('t',45), ('u',46), ('v',47), ('w',48), ('x',49),
('y',50), ('z',51), ('0',52), ('1',53), ('2',54), ('3',55), ('4',56), ('5',57), ('6',58), ('7',59),
('8',60), ('9',61), ('+',62), ('/',63), ('=',0) $$

DROP FUNCTION IF EXISTS `BASE64_ENCODE`$$

CREATE DEFINER=`YOUR DATABASE`@`%` FUNCTION `BASE64_ENCODE`(input BLOB) RETURNS BLOB
    DETERMINISTIC
    SQL SECURITY INVOKER
BEGIN
    DECLARE ret BLOB DEFAULT '';
    DECLARE done TINYINT DEFAULT 0;
    IF input IS NULL THEN
        RETURN NULL;
    END IF;
each_block:
    WHILE NOT done DO BEGIN
        DECLARE accum_value BIGINT UNSIGNED DEFAULT 0;
        DECLARE in_count TINYINT DEFAULT 0;
        DECLARE out_count TINYINT;
each_input_char:
        WHILE in_count < 3 DO BEGIN
            DECLARE first_char BLOB(1);

            IF LENGTH(input) = 0 THEN
                SET done = 1;
                SET accum_value = accum_value << (8 * (3 - in_count));
                LEAVE each_input_char;
            END IF;

            SET first_char = SUBSTRING(input,1,1);
            SET input = SUBSTRING(input,2);

            SET accum_value = (accum_value << 8) + ASCII(first_char);
            SET in_count = in_count + 1;
        END; END WHILE;

        -- We've now accumulated 24 bits; deaccumulate into base64 characters
        -- We have to work from the left, so use the third byte position and shift left
        CASE
            WHEN in_count = 3 THEN SET out_count = 4;
            WHEN in_count = 2 THEN SET out_count = 3;
            WHEN in_count = 1 THEN SET out_count = 2;
            ELSE RETURN ret;
        END CASE;

        WHILE out_count > 0 DO BEGIN
            BEGIN
                DECLARE out_char CHAR(1);
                DECLARE base64_getval CURSOR FOR SELECT c FROM core_base64_data WHERE val = (accum_value >> 18);
                OPEN base64_getval;
                FETCH base64_getval INTO out_char;
                CLOSE base64_getval;
                SET ret = CONCAT(ret,out_char);
                SET out_count = out_count - 1;
                SET accum_value = accum_value << 6 & 0xffffff;
            END;
        END; END WHILE;
        CASE
            WHEN in_count = 2 THEN SET ret = CONCAT(ret,'=');
            WHEN in_count = 1 THEN SET ret = CONCAT(ret,'==');
            ELSE BEGIN END;
        END CASE;

    END; END WHILE;
    RETURN ret;
END$$

DELIMITER ;

How do I turn off PHP Notices?

For PHP code:

<?php
error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE);

For php.ini config:

error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE

Getting XML Node text value with Java DOM

If you are open to vtd-xml, which excels at both performance and memory efficiency, below is the code to do what you are looking for...in both XPath and manual navigation... the overall code is much concise and easier to understand ...

import com.ximpleware.*;
public class queryText {
    public static void main(String[] s) throws VTDException{
        VTDGen vg = new VTDGen();
        if (!vg.parseFile("input.xml", true))
            return;
        VTDNav vn = vg.getNav();
        AutoPilot ap = new AutoPilot(vn);
        // first manually navigate
        if(vn.toElement(VTDNav.FC,"tag")){
            int i= vn.getText();
            if (i!=-1){
                System.out.println("text ===>"+vn.toString(i));
            }
            if (vn.toElement(VTDNav.NS,"tag")){
                i=vn.getText();
                System.out.println("text ===>"+vn.toString(i));
            }
        }

        // second version use XPath
        ap.selectXPath("/add/tag/text()");
        int i=0;
        while((i=ap.evalXPath())!= -1){
            System.out.println("text node ====>"+vn.toString(i));
        }
    }
}

Best practices for SQL varchar column length

Whenever I set up a new SQL table I feel the same way about 2^n being more "even"... but to sum up the answers here, there is no significant impact on storage space simply by defining varchar(2^n) or even varchar(MAX).

That said, you should still anticipate the potential implications on storage and performance when setting a high varchar() limit. For example, let's say you create a varchar(MAX) column to hold product descriptions with full-text indexing. If 99% of descriptions are only 500 characters long, and then suddenly you get somebody who replaces said descriptions with wikipedia articles, you may notice unanticipated significant storage and performance hits.

Another thing to consider from Bill Karwin:

There's one possible performance impact: in MySQL, temporary tables and MEMORY tables store a VARCHAR column as a fixed-length column, padded out to its maximum length. If you design VARCHAR columns much larger than the greatest size you need, you will consume more memory than you have to. This affects cache efficiency, sorting speed, etc.

Basically, just come up with reasonable business constraints and error on a slightly larger size. As @onedaywhen pointed out, family names in UK are usually between 1-35 characters. If you decide to make it varchar(64), you're not really going to hurt anything... unless you're storing this guy's family name that's said to be up to 666 characters long. In that case, maybe varchar(1028) makes more sense.

And in case it's helpful, here's what varchar 2^5 through 2^10 might look like if filled:

varchar(32)     Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet amet.

varchar(64)     Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donecie

varchar(128)    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donecie
                vestibulum massa. Nullam dignissim elementum molestie. Vehiculas

varchar(256)    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donecie
                vestibulum massa. Nullam dignissim elementum molestie. Vehiculas
                velit metus, sit amet tristique purus condimentum eleifend. Quis
                que mollis magna vel massa malesuada bibendum. Proinde tincidunt

varchar(512)    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donecie
                vestibulum massa. Nullam dignissim elementum molestie. Vehiculas
                velit metus, sit amet tristique purus condimentum eleifend. Quis
                que mollis magna vel massa malesuada bibendum. Proinde tincidunt
                dolor tellus, sit amet porta neque varius vitae. Seduse molestie
                lacus id lacinia tempus. Vestibulum accumsan facilisis lorem, et
                mollis diam pretium gravida. In facilisis vitae tortor id vulput
                ate. Proin ornare arcu in sollicitudin pharetra. Crasti molestie

varchar(1024)   Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donecie
                vestibulum massa. Nullam dignissim elementum molestie. Vehiculas
                velit metus, sit amet tristique purus condimentum eleifend. Quis
                que mollis magna vel massa malesuada bibendum. Proinde tincidunt
                dolor tellus, sit amet porta neque varius vitae. Seduse molestie
                lacus id lacinia tempus. Vestibulum accumsan facilisis lorem, et
                mollis diam pretium gravida. In facilisis vitae tortor id vulput
                ate. Proin ornare arcu in sollicitudin pharetra. Crasti molestie
                dapibus leo lobortis eleifend. Vivamus vitae diam turpis. Vivamu
                nec tristique magna, vel tincidunt diam. Maecenas elementum semi
                quam. In ut est porttitor, sagittis nulla id, fermentum turpist.
                Curabitur pretium nibh a imperdiet cursus. Sed at vulputate este
                proin fermentum pretium justo, ac malesuada eros et Pellentesque
                vulputate hendrerit molestie. Aenean imperdiet a enim at finibus
                fusce ut ullamcorper risus, a cursus massa. Nunc non dapibus vel
                Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur Praesent ut ultrices sit