Programs & Examples On #Distutils

Distutils is the standard packaging system for Python modules and applications.

How to copy directory recursively in python and overwrite all?

My simple answer.

def get_files_tree(src="src_path"):
    req_files = []
    for r, d, files in os.walk(src):
        for file in files:
            src_file = os.path.join(r, file)
            src_file = src_file.replace('\\', '/')
            if src_file.endswith('.db'):
                continue
            req_files.append(src_file)

    return req_files
def copy_tree_force(src_path="",dest_path=""):
    """
    make sure that all the paths has correct slash characters.
    """
    for cf in get_files_tree(src=src_path):
        df= cf.replace(src_path, dest_path)
        if not os.path.exists(os.path.dirname(df)):
            os.makedirs(os.path.dirname(df))
        shutil.copy2(cf, df)

pypi UserWarning: Unknown distribution option: 'install_requires'

As far as I can tell, this is a bug in setuptools where it isn't removing the setuptools specific options before calling up to the base class in the standard library: https://bitbucket.org/pypa/setuptools/issue/29/avoid-userwarnings-emitted-when-calling

If you have an unconditional import setuptools in your setup.py (as you should if using the setuptools specific options), then the fact the script isn't failing with ImportError indicates that setuptools is properly installed.

You can silence the warning as follows:

python -W ignore::UserWarning:distutils.dist setup.py <any-other-args>

Only do this if you use the unconditional import that will fail completely if setuptools isn't installed :)

(I'm seeing this same behaviour in a checkout from the post-merger setuptools repo, which is why I'm confident it's a setuptools bug rather than a system config problem. I expect pre-merge distribute would have the same problem)

how to install python distutils

You can install the python-distutils package. sudo apt-get install python-distutils should suffice.

Including non-Python files with setup.py

It is 2019, and here is what is working - despite advice here and there, what I found on the internet halfway documented is using setuptools_scm, passed as options to setuptools.setup. This will include any data files that are versioned on your VCS, be it git or any other, to the wheel package, and will make "pip install" from the git repository to bring those files along.

So, I just added these two lines to the setup call on "setup.py". No extra installs or import required:

    setup_requires=['setuptools_scm'],
    include_package_data=True,

No need to manually list package_data, or in a MANIFEST.in file - if it is versioned, it is included in the package. The docs on "setuptools_scm" put emphasis on creating a version number from the commit position, and disregard the really important part of adding the data files. (I can't care less if my intermediate wheel file is named "*0.2.2.dev45+g3495a1f" or will use the hardcoded version number "0.3.0dev0" I've typed in - but leaving crucial files for the program to work behind is somewhat important)

Oracle: How to find out if there is a transaction pending?

Matthew Watson can be modified to be used in RAC

select t.inst_id 
       ,s.sid
      ,s.serial#
      ,s.username
      ,s.machine
      ,s.status
      ,s.lockwait
      ,t.used_ublk
      ,t.used_urec
      ,t.start_time
from gv$transaction t
inner join gv$session s on t.addr = s.taddr;

List comprehension on a nested list?

>>> l = [['40', '20', '10', '30'], ['20', '20', '20', '20', '20', '30', '20'], ['30', '20', '30', '50', '10', '30', '20', '20', '20'], ['100', '100'], ['100', '100', '100', '100', '100'], ['100', '100', '100', '100']]
>>> new_list = [float(x) for xs in l for x in xs]
>>> new_list
[40.0, 20.0, 10.0, 30.0, 20.0, 20.0, 20.0, 20.0, 20.0, 30.0, 20.0, 30.0, 20.0, 30.0, 50.0, 10.0, 30.0, 20.0, 20.0, 20.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0, 100.0]

What is the command to exit a Console application in C#?

You can use Environment.Exit(0); and Application.Exit

Environment.Exit(0) is cleaner.

How can I update npm on Windows?

You can use these commands:

npm cache clean
npm update -g [package....]

If you are upgrading from a previous version of node, then you will want to update all existing global packages. You can also specify the package name to be updated.

How do I use extern to share variables between source files?

extern allows one module of your program to access a global variable or function declared in another module of your program. You usually have extern variables declared in header files.

If you don't want a program to access your variables or functions, you use static which tells the compiler that this variable or function cannot be used outside of this module.

Memory Allocation "Error: cannot allocate vector of size 75.1 Mb"

I had the same warning using the raster package.

> my_mask[my_mask[] != 1] <- NA
Error: cannot allocate vector of size 5.4 Gb

The solution is really simple and consist in increasing the storage capacity of R, here the code line:

##To know the current storage capacity
> memory.limit()
[1] 8103
## To increase the storage capacity
> memory.limit(size=56000)
[1] 56000    
## I did this to increase my storage capacity to 7GB

Hopefully, this will help you to solve the problem Cheers

What is the regex pattern for datetime (2008-09-01 12:35:45 )?

I have modified the regex pattern from http://regexlib.com/REDetails.aspx?regexp_id=610. The following pattern should match your case.

^(?=\d)(?:(?:1[6-9]|[2-9]\d)?\d\d([-.\/])(?:1[012]|0?[1-9])\1(?:31(?<!.(?:0[2469]|11))|(?:30|29)(?<!.02)|29(?=.0?2.(?:(?:(?:1[6-9]|[2-9]\d)?(?:0[48]|[2468][048]|[13579][26])|(?:(?:16|[2468][048]|[3579][26])00)))(?:\x20|$))|(?:2[0-8]|1\d|0?[1-9]))(?:(?=\x20\d)\x20|$))?(((0?[1-9]|1[012])(:[0-5]\d){0,2}(\x20[AP]M))|([01]\d|2[0-3])(:[0-5]\d){1,2})?$

YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

Call Class Method From Another Class

update: Just saw the reference to call_user_func_array in your post. that's different. use getattr to get the function object and then call it with your arguments

class A(object):
    def method1(self, a, b, c):
        # foo

method = A.method1

method is now an actual function object. that you can call directly (functions are first class objects in python just like in PHP > 5.3) . But the considerations from below still apply. That is, the above example will blow up unless you decorate A.method1 with one of the two decorators discussed below, pass it an instance of A as the first argument or access the method on an instance of A.

a = A()
method = a.method1
method(1, 2)

You have three options for doing this

  1. Use an instance of A to call method1 (using two possible forms)
  2. apply the classmethod decorator to method1: you will no longer be able to reference self in method1 but you will get passed a cls instance in it's place which is A in this case.
  3. apply the staticmethod decorator to method1: you will no longer be able to reference self, or cls in staticmethod1 but you can hardcode references to A into it, though obviously, these references will be inherited by all subclasses of A unless they specifically override method1 and do not call super.

Some examples:

class Test1(object): # always inherit from object in 2.x. it's called new-style classes. look it up
    def method1(self, a, b):
        return a + b

    @staticmethod
    def method2(a, b):
        return a + b

    @classmethod
    def method3(cls, a, b):
        return cls.method2(a, b)

t = Test1()  # same as doing it in another class

Test1.method1(t, 1, 2) #form one of calling a method on an instance
t.method1(1, 2)        # form two (the common one) essentially reduces to form one

Test1.method2(1, 2)  #the static method can be called with just arguments
t.method2(1, 2)      # on an instance or the class

Test1.method3(1, 2)  # ditto for the class method. It will have access to the class
t.method3(1, 2)      # that it's called on (the subclass if called on a subclass) 
                     # but will not have access to the instance it's called on 
                     # (if it is called on an instance)

Note that in the same way that the name of the self variable is entirely up to you, so is the name of the cls variable but those are the customary values.

Now that you know how to do it, I would seriously think about if you want to do it. Often times, methods that are meant to be called unbound (without an instance) are better left as module level functions in python.

How do I download/extract font from chrome developers tools?

I found the Chrome option to be OK but there are quite a few steps to go through to get to the font files. Once you're there, the downloading is super easy. I usually use the dev tools in Safari as there are fewer steps. Just go to the page you want, click on "Show page source" or "show page resources" in the Developer menu (both work for this) and the page resources are listed in folders on the left hand side. Click the font folder and the fonts are listed. Right click and save file. If you are downloading a lot of font files from one site it may be quicker to work your way through Chrome's pathway as the "open in tab" does download the fonts quicker. If you're taking one or two fonts from a lot of different sites, Safari will be quicker overall.

Is there a C++ decompiler?

Depending on how large and how well-written the original code was, it might be worth starting again in your favourite language (which might still be C++) and learning from any mistakes made in the last version. Didn't someone once say about writing one to throw away?

n.b. Clearly if this is a huge product, then it may not be worth the time.

Check if table exists in SQL Server

If you need to work on different databases:

DECLARE @Catalog VARCHAR(255)
SET @Catalog = 'MyDatabase'

DECLARE @Schema VARCHAR(255)
SET @Schema = 'dbo'

DECLARE @Table VARCHAR(255)
SET @Table = 'MyTable'

IF (EXISTS (SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES   
    WHERE TABLE_CATALOG = @Catalog 
      AND TABLE_SCHEMA = @Schema 
      AND TABLE_NAME = @Table))
BEGIN
   --do stuff
END

Include .so library in apk in android studio

I had the same problem. Check out the comment in https://gist.github.com/khernyo/4226923#comment-812526

It says:

for gradle android plugin v0.3 use "com.android.build.gradle.tasks.PackageApplication"

That should fix your problem.

Can vue-router open a link in a new tab?

Somewhere in your project, typically main.js or router.js

import Router from 'vue-router'

Router.prototype.open = function (routeObject) {
  const {href} = this.resolve(routeObject)
  window.open(href, '_blank')
}

In your component:

<div @click="$router.open({name: 'User', params: {ID: 123}})">Open in new tab</div>

How can I avoid running ActiveRecord callbacks?

Not the cleanest way, but you could wrap the callback code in a condition that checks the Rails environment.

if Rails.env == 'production'
  ...

How to create a list of objects?

if my_list is the list that you want to store your objects in it and my_object is your object wanted to be stored, use this structure:

my_list.append(my_object)

remove objects from array by object property

with filter & indexOf

withLodash = _.filter(arrayOfObjects, (obj) => (listToDelete.indexOf(obj.id) === -1));
withoutLodash = arrayOfObjects.filter(obj => listToDelete.indexOf(obj.id) === -1);

with filter & includes

withLodash = _.filter(arrayOfObjects, (obj) => (!listToDelete.includes(obj.id)))
withoutLodash = arrayOfObjects.filter(obj => !listToDelete.includes(obj.id));

Tesseract OCR simple example

I was able to get it to work by following these instructions.

  • Download the sample code Tesseract sample code

  • Unzip it to a new location

  • Open ~\tesseract-samples-master\src\Tesseract.Samples.sln (I used Visual Studio 2017)

  • Install the Tesseract NuGet package for that project (or uninstall/reinstall as I had to) NuGet Tesseract

  • Uncomment the last two meaningful lines in Tesseract.Samples.Program.cs: Console.Write("Press any key to continue . . . "); Console.ReadKey(true);

  • Run (hit F5)

  • You should get this windows console output enter image description here

jQuery and TinyMCE: textarea value doesn't submit

You can configure TinyMCE as follows to keep the values of hidden textareas in sync as changes are made via TinyMCE editors:

tinymce.init({
    selector: "textarea",
    setup: function (editor) {
        editor.on('change', function () {
            editor.save();
        });
    }
});

The textarea elements will be kept up to date automatically and you won't need any extra steps before serializing forms etc.

This has been tested on TinyMCE 4.0

Demo running at: http://jsfiddle.net/9euk9/49/

Update: The code above has been updated based on DOOManiac's comment

How to declare an ArrayList with values?

In Java 9+ you can do:

var x = List.of("xyz", "abc");
// 'var' works only for local variables

Java 8 using Stream:

Stream.of("xyz", "abc").collect(Collectors.toList());

And of course, you can create a new object using the constructor that accepts a Collection:

List<String> x = new ArrayList<>(Arrays.asList("xyz", "abc"));

Tip: The docs contains very useful information that usually contains the answer you're looking for. For example, here are the constructors of the ArrayList class:

Saving lists to txt file

Framework 4: no need to use StreamWriter:

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

Replace None with NaN in pandas dataframe

DataFrame['Col_name'].replace("None", np.nan, inplace=True)

What is unexpected T_VARIABLE in PHP?

It could be some other line as well. PHP is not always that exact.

Probably you are just missing a semicolon on previous line.

How to reproduce this error, put this in a file called a.php:

<?php
  $a = 5
  $b = 7;        // Error happens here.
  print $b;
?>

Run it:

eric@dev ~ $ php a.php

PHP Parse error:  syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE in
/home/el/code/a.php on line 3

Explanation:

The PHP parser converts your program to a series of tokens. A T_VARIABLE is a Token of type VARIABLE. When the parser processes tokens, it tries to make sense of them, and throws errors if it receives a variable where none is allowed.

In the simple case above with variable $b, the parser tried to process this:

$a = 5 $b = 7;

The PHP parser looks at the $b after the 5 and says "that is unexpected".

Javascript loading CSV file into an array

You can't use AJAX to fetch files from the user machine. This is absolutely the wrong way to go about it.

Use the FileReader API:

<input type="file" id="file input">

js:

console.log(document.getElementById("file input").files); // list of File objects

var file = document.getElementById("file input").files[0];
var reader = new FileReader();
content = reader.readAsText(file);
console.log(content);

Then parse content as CSV. Keep in mind that your parser currently does not deal with escaped values in CSV like: value1,value2,"value 3","value ""4"""

How do I create a table based on another table

There is no such syntax in SQL Server, though CREATE TABLE AS ... SELECT does exist in PDW. In SQL Server you can use this query to create an empty table:

SELECT * INTO schema.newtable FROM schema.oldtable WHERE 1 = 0;

(If you want to make a copy of the table including all of the data, then leave out the WHERE clause.)

Note that this creates the same column structure (including an IDENTITY column if one exists) but it does not copy any indexes, constraints, triggers, etc.

Calculating Page Table Size

Suppose logical address space is **32 bit so total possible logical entries will be 2^32 and other hand suppose each page size is 4 byte then size of one page is *2^2*2^10=2^12...* now we know that no. of pages in page table is pages=total possible logical address entries/page size so pages=2^32/2^12 =2^20 Now suppose that each entry in page table takes 4 bytes then total size of page table in *physical memory will be=2^2*2^20=2^22=4mb***

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

When you write

map[key] = value;

there's no way to tell if you replaced the value for key, or if you created a new key with value.

map::insert() will only create:

using std::cout; using std::endl;
typedef std::map<int, std::string> MyMap;
MyMap map;
// ...
std::pair<MyMap::iterator, bool> res = map.insert(MyMap::value_type(key,value));
if ( ! res.second ) {
    cout << "key " <<  key << " already exists "
         << " with value " << (res.first)->second << endl;
} else {
    cout << "created key " << key << " with value " << value << endl;
}

For most of my apps, I usually don't care if I'm creating or replacing, so I use the easier to read map[key] = value.

Does C# have an equivalent to JavaScript's encodeURIComponent()?

HttpUtility.HtmlEncode / Decode
HttpUtility.UrlEncode / Decode

You can add a reference to the System.Web assembly if it's not available in your project

Jquery Ajax Posting json to webservice

I have encountered this one too and this is my solution.

If you are encountering an invalid json object exception when parsing data, even though you know that your json string is correct, stringify the data you received in your ajax code before parsing it to JSON:

$.post(CONTEXT+"servlet/capture",{
        yesTransactionId : yesTransactionId, 
        productOfferId : productOfferId
        },
        function(data){
            try{
                var trimData = $.trim(JSON.stringify(data));
                var obj      = $.parseJSON(trimData);
                if(obj.success == 'true'){ 
                    //some codes ...

How to handle authentication popup with Selenium WebDriver using Java

Selenium 4 supports authenticating using Basic and Digest auth . It's using the CDP and currently only supports chromium-derived browsers

Java Example :

Webdriver driver = new ChromeDriver();

((HasAuthentication) driver).register(UsernameAndPassword.of("username", "pass"));

driver.get("http://sitewithauth");

Note : In Alpha-7 there is bug where it send username for both user/password. Need to wait for next release of selenium version as fix is available in trunk https://github.com/SeleniumHQ/selenium/commit/4917444886ba16a033a81a2a9676c9267c472894

How to find out what character key is pressed?

**check this out** 
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script>
$(document).ready(function(){
    $(document).keypress(function(e)
        {

            var keynum;
            if(window.event)
            { // IE                 
                keynum = e.keyCode;
            }
                else if(e.which)
                    { 
                    // Netscape/Firefox/Opera                   
                    keynum = e.which;
                    }
                    alert(String.fromCharCode(keynum));
                    var unicode=e.keyCode? e.keyCode : e.charCode;
                    alert(unicode);
        });
});  

</script>
</head>
<body>

<input type="text"></input>
</body>
</html>

How to suppress warnings globally in an R Script

You want options(warn=-1). However, note that warn=0 is not the safest warning level and it should not be assumed as the current one, particularly within scripts or functions. Thus the safest way to temporary turn off warnings is:

oldw <- getOption("warn")
options(warn = -1)

[your "silenced" code]

options(warn = oldw)

javascript: detect scroll end

Take a look at this example: MDN Element.scrollHeight

I recommend that check out this example: stackoverflow.com/a/24815216... which implements a cross-browser handling for the scroll action.

You may use the following snippet:

//attaches the "scroll" event
$(window).scroll(function (e) {
    var target = e.currentTarget,
        scrollTop = target.scrollTop || window.pageYOffset,
        scrollHeight = target.scrollHeight || document.body.scrollHeight;
    if (scrollHeight - scrollTop === $(target).innerHeight()) {
      console.log("? End of scroll");
    }
});

Python constructors and __init__

There is no function overloading in Python, meaning that you can't have multiple functions with the same name but different arguments.

In your code example, you're not overloading __init__(). What happens is that the second definition rebinds the name __init__ to the new method, rendering the first method inaccessible.

As to your general question about constructors, Wikipedia is a good starting point. For Python-specific stuff, I highly recommend the Python docs.

How to maximize the browser window in Selenium WebDriver (Selenium 2) using C#?

using System.Windows.Forms;
using System.Drawing;

public static void MaximizeBrowser(this IE myBrowser)
{
    myBrowser.SizeWindow(Screen.PrimaryScreen.WorkingArea.Width, Screen.PrimaryScreen.WorkingArea.Height);
}

I used Jim's code, but slightly modified for use with WatiN and C# to maximize the browser.

How can I include css files using node, express, and ejs?

Use this in your server.js file

app.use(express.static(__dirname + '/public'));

and add css like

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/style.css" />

dont need / before css like

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/css/style.css" />

What is Node.js?

There is a very good fast food place analogy that best explains the event driven model of Node.js, see the full article, Node.js, Doctor’s Offices and Fast Food Restaurants – Understanding Event-driven Programming

Here is a summary:

If the fast food joint followed a traditional thread-based model, you'd order your food and wait in line until you received it. The person behind you wouldn't be able to order until your order was done. In an event-driven model, you order your food and then get out of line to wait. Everyone else is then free to order.

Node.js is event-driven, but most web servers are thread-based.York explains how Node.js works:

  • You use your web browser to make a request for "/about.html" on a Node.js web server.

  • The Node.js server accepts your request and calls a function to retrieve that file from disk.

  • While the Node.js server is waiting for the file to be retrieved, it services the next web request.

  • When the file is retrieved, there is a callback function that is inserted in the Node.js servers queue.

  • The Node.js server executes that function which in this case would render the "/about.html" page and send it back to your web browser."

Reversing a linked list in Java, recursively

Here is a reference if someone is looking for Scala implementation:

scala> import scala.collection.mutable.LinkedList
import scala.collection.mutable.LinkedList

scala> def reverseLinkedList[A](ll: LinkedList[A]): LinkedList[A] =
         ll.foldLeft(LinkedList.empty[A])((accumulator, nextElement) => nextElement +: accumulator)
reverseLinkedList: [A](ll: scala.collection.mutable.LinkedList[A])scala.collection.mutable.LinkedList[A]

scala> reverseLinkedList(LinkedList("a", "b", "c"))
res0: scala.collection.mutable.LinkedList[java.lang.String] = LinkedList(c, b, a)

scala> reverseLinkedList(LinkedList("1", "2", "3"))
res1: scala.collection.mutable.LinkedList[java.lang.String] = LinkedList(3, 2, 1)

XAMPP - Port 80 in use by "Unable to open process" with PID 4! 12

The Web Deployment Agent Service is deployed with WebMatrix and was the cause of my woes. It may also be distributed with other applications installed using Microsoft’s Web Platform Installer.

Uninstall it solved my problems!

How to convert InputStream to FileInputStream

Use ClassLoader#getResource() instead if its URI represents a valid local disk file system path.

URL resource = classLoader.getResource("resource.ext");
File file = new File(resource.toURI());
FileInputStream input = new FileInputStream(file);
// ...

If it doesn't (e.g. JAR), then your best bet is to copy it into a temporary file.

Path temp = Files.createTempFile("resource-", ".ext");
Files.copy(classLoader.getResourceAsStream("resource.ext"), temp, StandardCopyOption.REPLACE_EXISTING);
FileInputStream input = new FileInputStream(temp.toFile());
// ...

That said, I really don't see any benefit of doing so, or it must be required by a poor helper class/method which requires FileInputStream instead of InputStream. If you can, just fix the API to ask for an InputStream instead. If it's a 3rd party one, by all means report it as a bug. I'd in this specific case also put question marks around the remainder of that API.

Is there a CSS selector for the first direct child only?

Found this question searching on Google. This will return the first child of a element with class container, regardless as to what type the child is.

.container > *:first-child
{
}

What does .pack() do?

The pack method sizes the frame so that all its contents are at or above their preferred sizes. An alternative to pack is to establish a frame size explicitly by calling setSize or setBounds (which also sets the frame location). In general, using pack is preferable to calling setSize, since pack leaves the frame layout manager in charge of the frame size, and layout managers are good at adjusting to platform dependencies and other factors that affect component size.

From Java tutorial

You should also refer to Javadocs any time you need additional information on any Java API

Redirect to external URL with return in laravel

For Laravel 8 you can also use

Route::redirect('/here', '/there');
//or
Route::permanentRedirect('/here', '/there');

This also works with external URLs

See: https://austencam.com/posts/setting-up-an-m1-mac-for-laravel-development-with-homebrew-php-mysql-valet-and-redis

Creating a random string with A-Z and 0-9 in Java

Here you can use my method for generating Random String

protected String getSaltString() {
        String SALTCHARS = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ1234567890";
        StringBuilder salt = new StringBuilder();
        Random rnd = new Random();
        while (salt.length() < 18) { // length of the random string.
            int index = (int) (rnd.nextFloat() * SALTCHARS.length());
            salt.append(SALTCHARS.charAt(index));
        }
        String saltStr = salt.toString();
        return saltStr;

    }

The above method from my bag using to generate a salt string for login purpose.

Creating table variable in SQL server 2008 R2

@tableName Table variables are alive for duration of the script running only i.e. they are only session level objects.

To test this, open two query editor windows under sql server management studio, and create table variables with same name but different structures. You will get an idea. The @tableName object is thus temporary and used for our internal processing of data, and it doesn't contribute to the actual database structure.

There is another type of table object which can be created for temporary use. They are #tableName objects declared like similar create statement for physical tables:

Create table #test (Id int, Name varchar(50))

This table object is created and stored in temp database. Unlike the first one, this object is more useful, can store large data and takes part in transactions etc. These tables are alive till the connection is open. You have to drop the created object by following script before re-creating it.

IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#test') IS NOT NULL
  DROP TABLE #test 

Hope this makes sense !

how to create a window with two buttons that will open a new window

You add your ActionListener twice to button. So correct your code for button2 to

  JButton button2 = new JButton("hello agin2");
  panel.add(button2);
  button2.addActionListener (new Action2());//note the button2 here instead of button

Furthermore, perform your Swing operations on the correct thread by using EventQueue.invokeLater

How do I use method overloading in Python?

While agf was right with the answer in the past, now with PEP-3124 we got our syntactic sugar.

See typing documentation for details on the @overload decorator, but note that this is really just syntactic sugar and IMHO this is all people have been arguing about ever since.

Personally, I agree that having multiple functions with different signatures makes it more readable then having a single function with 20+ arguments all set to a default value (None most of the time) and then having to fiddle around using endless if, elif, else chains to find out what the caller actually wants our function to do with the provided set of arguments. This was long overdue following the Python Zen:

Beautiful is better than ugly.

and arguably also

Simple is better than complex.

Straight from the official Python documentation linked above:

from typing import overload
@overload
def process(response: None) -> None:
    ...
@overload
def process(response: int) -> Tuple[int, str]:
    ...
@overload
def process(response: bytes) -> str:
    ...
def process(response):
    <actual implementation>

Include files from parent or other directory

In laymans terms, and practicality, I see this as an old DOS trick/thing. Whoa! What was that? DOS? Never heard of it!

".." backs you out of the current sub-directory one time to a higher folder/directory, and .. enter typed twice backs you out too 2 higher parent folders. Keep adding the ".. enter" back to back and you will soon find yourself at the top level of the directory.

As for Newbies to understand this better, consider this (in terms of the home PC or "C:\ drive" if you know what that means, rather than the web-servers/host "root directory" ). While your at it, Consider your website existing somewhere on your home PC's hard drive, buried in some folder under the C:\ drive. Lastly, you can think of it as ".." is back one directory and "/" is forward one directory/folder.

Now! If you are using the command prompt and are within the "myDocuments" folder of your PC you must back out of that folder to get closer to the higher directory "C:\" by typing the "../". If you wanted to access a file that is located in the widows directory while you are still in the myDocuments folder you would theoretically type ../windows; in reality of DOS command prompt you would simply type .., but I am setting you up for the web. The / redirects forward to another directory naturally.

Using "myDocuments" lets pretend that you created 2 folders within it called "PHP1" and "PHP2", in such we now have the folders:

  • C:\myDocuments\PHP1
  • C:\myDocuments\PHP2

In PHP1 you place a file called index.php. and in PHP2 folder you placed a file called Found.php. it now becomes:

  • C:\myDocuments\PHP1\index.php
  • C:\myDocuments\PHP2\found.php

Inside the C:\myDocuments\PHP1\index.php file you would need to edit and type something like:

<?php include ('../php2/found.php')?>

The ../ is positional thus it considers your current file location "C:\myDocuments\PHP1\index.php" and is a directive telling it to back out of PHP1 directory and enter or move forward into PHP2 directory to look for the Found.php file. But does it read it? See my thoughts on trouble shooting below.

Now! suppose you have 1 folder PHP1 and a sub-folder PHP2:

  • C:\myDocuments\PHP1\PHP2

you would simply reference/code

<?php include('/PHP2/found.php') ?>

as PHP2 exist as a sub-directory, below or within PHP1 directory.

If the above does not work it may have something to do with access/htaccess or permission to the directory or a typo. To enhance this...getting into trouble shooting...If the "found.php" file has errors/typo's within it, it will crash upon rendering at the error, such could be the reason (require/require_once) that you are experiencing the illusion that it is not changing directories or accessing the file. At last thought on the matter, you may need to instantiate your functions or references in order to use the included/require "whatever" by creating a new variable or object such as

$newObject = new nameobject("origianlThingy");

Remember, just because you are including/requiring something, sometimes means just that, it is included/required to run, but it might need to be recreated to make it active or access it. New will surely re-create an instance of it "if it is readable" and make it available within the current document while preserving the original. However you should reference the newly created variable $newObject in all instances....if its global.

To put this in perspective of some web host account; the web host is some whopping over sized hard-drive (like that on your PC) and your domain is nothing more than a folder they have assigned to you. Your folder is called the root. Inside that folder you can do anything you are allowed to do. your "one of many ways" to move between directories/folders is to use the ../ however many times to back out of your current in reference to folder position you want to find.

In my drunken state I realize that I know too much to be sane, and not enough to be insane!"

How do I tokenize a string sentence in NLTK?

This is actually on the main page of nltk.org:

>>> import nltk
>>> sentence = """At eight o'clock on Thursday morning
... Arthur didn't feel very good."""
>>> tokens = nltk.word_tokenize(sentence)
>>> tokens
['At', 'eight', "o'clock", 'on', 'Thursday', 'morning',
'Arthur', 'did', "n't", 'feel', 'very', 'good', '.']

Add vertical scroll bar to panel

Try this instead for 'only' scrolling vertical.
(auto scroll needs to be false before it will accept changes)

mypanel.AutoScroll = false;
mypanel.HorizontalScroll.Enabled = false;
mypanel.HorizontalScroll.Visible = false;
mypanel.HorizontalScroll.Maximum = 0;
mypanel.AutoScroll = true;

SQL Network Interfaces, error: 50 - Local Database Runtime error occurred. Cannot create an automatic instance

All PLEASE note what Tyler said

Note that if you want to edit this file make sure you use a 64 bit text editor like notepad. If you use a 32 bit one like Notepad++ it will automatically edit a different copy of the file in SysWOW64 instead. Hours of my life I won't get back

Messages Using Command prompt in Windows 7

You can use the net send command to send a message over a network.

example:

net send * How Are You

you can use the above statement to send a message to all members of your domain.But if you want to send a message to a single user named Mike, you can use

 net send mike hello!

this will send hello! to the user named Mike.

How to check if MySQL returns null/empty?

You can use is_null() function.

http://php.net/manual/en/function.is-null.php : in the comments :

mdufour at gmail dot com 20-Aug-2008 04:31 Testing for a NULL field/column returned by a mySQL query.

Say you want to check if field/column “foo” from a given row of the table “bar” when > returned by a mySQL query is null. You just use the “is_null()” function:

[connect…]
$qResult=mysql_query("Select foo from bar;");
while ($qValues=mysql_fetch_assoc($qResult))
     if (is_null($qValues["foo"]))
         echo "No foo data!";
     else
         echo "Foo data=".$qValues["foo"];
[…]

HTML Canvas Full Screen

You could just capture window resize events and set the size of your canvas to be the browser's viewport.

PHP: Calling another class' method

You would need to have an instance of ClassA within ClassB or have ClassB inherit ClassA

class ClassA {
    public function getName() {
      echo $this->name;
    }
}

class ClassB extends ClassA {
    public function getName() {
      parent::getName();
    }
}

Without inheritance or an instance method, you'd need ClassA to have a static method

class ClassA {
  public static function getName() {
    echo "Rawkode";
  }
}

--- other file ---

echo ClassA::getName();

If you're just looking to call the method from an instance of the class:

class ClassA {
  public function getName() {
    echo "Rawkode";
  }
}

--- other file ---

$a = new ClassA();
echo $a->getName();

Regardless of the solution you choose, require 'ClassA.php is needed.

for each loop in Objective-C for accessing NSMutable dictionary

If you need to mutate the dictionary while enumerating:

for (NSString* key in xyz.allKeys) {
    [xyz setValue:[NSNumber numberWithBool:YES] forKey:key];
}

Forking vs. Branching in GitHub

Here are the high-level differences:

Forking

Pros

  • Keeps branches separated by user
  • Reduces clutter in the primary repository
  • Your team process reflects the external contributor process

Cons

  • Makes it more difficult to see all of the branches that are active (or inactive, for that matter)
  • Collaborating on a branch is trickier (the fork owner needs to add the person as a collaborator)
  • You need to understand the concept of multiple remotes in Git
    • Requires additional mental bookkeeping
    • This will make the workflow more difficult for people who aren't super comfortable with Git

Branching

Pros

  • Keeps all of the work being done around a project in one place
  • All collaborators can push to the same branch to collaborate on it
  • There's only one Git remote to deal with

Cons

  • Branches that get abandoned can pile up more easily
  • Your team contribution process doesn't match the external contributor process
  • You need to add team members as contributors before they can branch

File upload from <input type="file">

Another way using template reference variable and ViewChild, as proposed by Frelseren:

import { ViewChild } from '@angular/core';

@Component({
  selector: 'my-app',
  template: `
    <div>
      <input type="file" #fileInput/>
    </div>
  `
})  
export class AppComponent {
  @ViewChild("fileInput") fileInputVariable: any;
  randomMethod() {
    const files = this.fileInputVariable.nativeElement.files;
    console.log(files);
  }
}

Also see https://stackoverflow.com/a/40165524/4361955

How to show Bootstrap table with sort icon

Use this icons with bootstrap (glyphicon):

<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-triangle-bottom"></span>
<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-triangle-top"></span>

http://www.w3schools.com/bootstrap/tryit.asp?filename=trybs_ref_glyph_triangle-bottom&stacked=h

http://www.w3schools.com/bootstrap/tryit.asp?filename=trybs_ref_glyph_triangle-bottom&stacked=h

How do you get the width and height of a multi-dimensional array?

You could also consider using getting the indexes of last elements in each specified dimensions using this as following;

int x = ary.GetUpperBound(0);
int y = ary.GetUpperBound(1);

Keep in mind that this gets the value of index as 0-based.

How can I compile a Java program in Eclipse without running it?

Go to the project explorer block ... right click on project name select "Build Path"-----------> "Configuration Build Path"

then the pop up window will get open.

in this pop up window you will find 4 tabs. 1)source 2) project 3)Library 4)order and export

Click on 1) Source

select the project (under which that file is present which you want to compile)

and then click on ok....

Go to the workspace location of the project open a bin folder and search that class file ...

you will get that java file compiled...

just to cross verify check the changed timing.

hope this will help.

Thanks.

What are the differences between delegates and events?

To understand the differences you can look at this 2 examples

Example with Delegates (in this case, an Action - that is a kind of delegate that doesn't return a value)

public class Animal
{
    public Action Run {get; set;}

    public void RaiseEvent()
    {
        if (Run != null)
        {
            Run();
        }
    }
}

To use the delegate, you should do something like this:

Animal animal= new Animal();
animal.Run += () => Console.WriteLine("I'm running");
animal.Run += () => Console.WriteLine("I'm still running") ;
animal.RaiseEvent();

This code works well but you could have some weak spots.

For example, if I write this:

animal.Run += () => Console.WriteLine("I'm running");
animal.Run += () => Console.WriteLine("I'm still running");
animal.Run = () => Console.WriteLine("I'm sleeping") ;

with the last line of code, I have overridden the previous behaviors just with one missing + (I have used = instead of +=)

Another weak spot is that every class which uses your Animal class can raise RaiseEvent just calling it animal.RaiseEvent().

To avoid these weak spots you can use events in c#.

Your Animal class will change in this way:

public class ArgsSpecial : EventArgs
{
    public ArgsSpecial (string val)
    {
        Operation=val;
    }

    public string Operation {get; set;}
} 

public class Animal
{
    // Empty delegate. In this way you are sure that value is always != null 
    // because no one outside of the class can change it.
    public event EventHandler<ArgsSpecial> Run = delegate{} 

    public void RaiseEvent()
    {  
         Run(this, new ArgsSpecial("Run faster"));
    }
}

to call events

 Animal animal= new Animal();
 animal.Run += (sender, e) => Console.WriteLine("I'm running. My value is {0}", e.Operation);
 animal.RaiseEvent();

Differences:

  1. You aren't using a public property but a public field (using events, the compiler protects your fields from unwanted access)
  2. Events can't be assigned directly. In this case, it won't give rise to the previous error that I have showed with overriding the behavior.
  3. No one outside of your class can raise the event.
  4. Events can be included in an interface declaration, whereas a field cannot

Notes:

EventHandler is declared as the following delegate:

public delegate void EventHandler (object sender, EventArgs e)

it takes a sender (of Object type) and event arguments. The sender is null if it comes from static methods.

This example, which uses EventHandler<ArgsSpecial>, can also be written using EventHandler instead.

Refer here for documentation about EventHandler

How to copy a char array in C?

You can't directly do array2 = array1, because in this case you manipulate the addresses of the arrays (char *) and not of their inner values (char).

What you, conceptually, want is to do is iterate through all the chars of your source (array1) and copy them to the destination (array2). There are several ways to do this. For example you could write a simple for loop, or use memcpy.

That being said, the recommended way for strings is to use strncpy. It prevents common errors resulting in, for example, buffer overflows (which is especially dangerous if array1 is filled from user input: keyboard, network, etc). Like so:

// Will copy 18 characters from array1 to array2
strncpy(array2, array1, 18);

As @Prof. Falken mentioned in a comment, strncpy can be evil. Make sure your target buffer is big enough to contain the source buffer (including the \0 at the end of the string).

Comparing two .jar files

Here is my script to do the process described by sje397:

    #!/bin/sh

    # Needed if running on Windows
    FIND="/usr/bin/find"
    DIFF="diff -r"

    # Extract the jar (war or ear)
    JAR_FILE1=$1
    JAR_FILE2=$2

    JAR_DIR=${PWD}          # to assign to a variable
    TEMP_DIR=$(mktemp -d)

    echo "Extracting jars in $TEMP_DIR"

    EXT_DIR1="${TEMP_DIR}/${JAR_FILE1%.*}"
    EXT_DIR2="${TEMP_DIR}/${JAR_FILE2%.*}"

    mkdir ${EXT_DIR1}
    cd ${EXT_DIR1}
    jar xf ${JAR_DIR}/${JAR_FILE1}
    jad -d . -o -t2 -safe -space -b -ff -s java -r **/*.class
    cd ..

    mkdir ${EXT_DIR2}
    cd ${EXT_DIR2}
    jar xf ${JAR_DIR}/${JAR_FILE2}
    jad -d . -o -t2 -safe -space -b -ff -s java -r **/*.class
    cd ..

    # remove class files so the diff is clean
    ${FIND} ${TEMP_DIR} -name '*.class' | xargs rm

    # diff recursively 
    ${DIFF} ${EXT_DIR1} ${EXT_DIR2}

I can run it on Windows using GIT for Windows. Just open a command prompt. Run bash and then execute the script from there.

How to set a text box for inputing password in winforms?

To set a text box for password input:

textBox1.PasswordChar = '*';

you can also change this property in design time by editing properties of the text box.

To show if "Capslock is ON":

using System;  
using System.Windows.Forms;  
//...
if (Control.IsKeyLocked(Keys.CapsLock)) {  
    MessageBox.Show("The Caps Lock key is ON.");  
}  

Get the name of a pandas DataFrame

In many situations, a custom attribute attached to a pd.DataFrame object is not necessary. In addition, note that pandas-object attributes may not serialize. So pickling will lose this data.

Instead, consider creating a dictionary with appropriately named keys and access the dataframe via dfs['some_label'].

df = pd.DataFrame()

dfs = {'some_label': df}

Selecting only first-level elements in jquery

Simply you can use this..

$("ul li a").click(function() {
  $(this).parent().find(">ul")...Something;
}

See example : https://codepen.io/gmkhussain/pen/XzjgRE

If (Array.Length == 0)

You can use

if (array == null || array.Length == 0)

OR

if (!(array != null && array.Length != 0))

NOTE!!!!! To insure that c# will implement the short circuit correctly; you have to compare that the object with NULL before you go to the children compare of the object.

C# 7.0 and above

if(!(array?.Length != 0))

How to call loading function with React useEffect only once

Pass an empty array as the second argument to useEffect. This effectively tells React, quoting the docs:

This tells React that your effect doesn’t depend on any values from props or state, so it never needs to re-run.

Here's a snippet which you can run to show that it works:

_x000D_
_x000D_
function App() {_x000D_
  const [user, setUser] = React.useState(null);_x000D_
_x000D_
  React.useEffect(() => {_x000D_
    fetch('https://randomuser.me/api/')_x000D_
      .then(results => results.json())_x000D_
      .then(data => {_x000D_
        setUser(data.results[0]);_x000D_
      });_x000D_
  }, []); // Pass empty array to only run once on mount._x000D_
  _x000D_
  return <div>_x000D_
    {user ? user.name.first : 'Loading...'}_x000D_
  </div>;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
ReactDOM.render(<App/>, document.getElementById('app'));
_x000D_
<script src="https://unpkg.com/[email protected]/umd/react.development.js"></script>_x000D_
<script src="https://unpkg.com/[email protected]/umd/react-dom.development.js"></script>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div id="app"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Mongodb find() query : return only unique values (no duplicates)

I think you can use db.collection.distinct(fields,query)

You will be able to get the distinct values in your case for NetworkID.

It should be something like this :

Db.collection.distinct('NetworkID')

Correct way to focus an element in Selenium WebDriver using Java

This code actually doesn't provide focus:

new Actions(driver).moveToElement(element).perform();

It provides a hover effect.

Additionally, the JS code .focus() requires that the window be active in order to work.

js.executeScript("element.focus();");

I have found that this code works:

element.sendKeys(Keys.SHIFT);

For my own code, I use both:

element.sendKeys(Keys.SHIFT);
js.executeScript("element.focus();");

Hide Text with CSS, Best Practice?

the way most developers will do is:

<div id="web-title">
   <a href="http://website.com" title="Website" rel="home">
       <span class="webname">Website Name</span>
   </a>
</div>

.webname {
   display: none;
}

I used to do it too, until i realized that you are hiding content for devices. aka screen-readers and such.

So by passing:

#web-title span {text-indent: -9000em;}

you ensure that the text still is readable.

PostgreSQL INSERT ON CONFLICT UPDATE (upsert) use all excluded values

Postgres hasn't implemented an equivalent to INSERT OR REPLACE. From the ON CONFLICT docs (emphasis mine):

It can be either DO NOTHING, or a DO UPDATE clause specifying the exact details of the UPDATE action to be performed in case of a conflict.

Though it doesn't give you shorthand for replacement, ON CONFLICT DO UPDATE applies more generally, since it lets you set new values based on preexisting data. For example:

INSERT INTO users (id, level)
VALUES (1, 0)
ON CONFLICT (id) DO UPDATE
SET level = users.level + 1;

Excel - Button to go to a certain sheet

Any reason they can't just click on the tab for your sheet when they want it?

Responsive image map

For responsive image maps you will need to use a plugin:

https://github.com/stowball/jQuery-rwdImageMaps (No longer maintained)

Or

https://github.com/davidjbradshaw/imagemap-resizer


No major browsers understand percentage coordinates correctly, and all interpret percentage coordinates as pixel coordinates.

http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/tutorials/html/imagemaps

And also this page for testing whether browsers implement

http://home.comcast.net/~urbanjost/IMG/resizeimg3.html

Reload child component when variables on parent component changes. Angular2

On Angular to update a component including its template, there is a straight forward solution to this, having an @Input property on your ChildComponent and add to your @Component decorator changeDetection: ChangeDetectionStrategy.OnPush as follows:

import { ChangeDetectionStrategy } from '@angular/core';

@Component({
    selector: 'master',
    templateUrl: templateUrl,
    styleUrls:[styleUrl1],
    changeDetection: ChangeDetectionStrategy.OnPush    
})

export class ChildComponent{
  @Input() data: MyData;
}

This will do all the work of check if Input data have changed and re-render the component

How to set DateTime to null

This should work:

if (!string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(dateTimeEnd))
    eventCustom.DateTimeEnd = DateTime.Parse(dateTimeEnd);
else
    eventCustom.DateTimeEnd = null;

Note that this will throw an exception if the string is not in the correct format.

Re-assign host access permission to MySQL user

The accepted answer only renamed the user but the privileges were left behind.

I'd recommend using:

RENAME USER 'foo'@'1.2.3.4' TO 'foo'@'1.2.3.5';

According to MySQL documentation:

RENAME USER causes the privileges held by the old user to be those held by the new user.

A KeyValuePair in Java

Android programmers could use BasicNameValuePair

Update:

BasicNameValuePair is now deprecated (API 22). Use Pair instead.

Example usage:

Pair<Integer, String> simplePair = new Pair<>(42, "Second");
Integer first = simplePair.first; // 42
String second = simplePair.second; // "Second"

How to set up datasource with Spring for HikariCP?

You can create a datasource bean in servlet context as:

<beans:bean id="dataSource"
    class="com.zaxxer.hikari.HikariDataSource" destroy-method="close">
    <beans:property name="dataSourceClassName"
        value="com.mysql.jdbc.jdbc2.optional.MysqlDataSource" />
    <beans:property name="maximumPoolSize" value="5" />
    <beans:property name="maxLifetime" value="30000" />
    <beans:property name="idleTimeout" value="30000" />
    <beans:property name="dataSourceProperties">
        <beans:props>
            <beans:prop key="url">jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/exampledb</beans:prop>
            <beans:prop key="user">root</beans:prop>
            <beans:prop key="password"></beans:prop>
            <beans:prop key="prepStmtCacheSize">250</beans:prop>
            <beans:prop key="prepStmtCacheSqlLimit">2048</beans:prop>
            <beans:prop key="cachePrepStmts">true</beans:prop>
            <beans:prop key="useServerPrepStmts">true</beans:prop>
        </beans:props>
    </beans:property>
</beans:bean>

How can I tell if an algorithm is efficient?

Yes you can start with the Wikipedia article explaining the Big O notation, which in a nutshell is a way of describing the "efficiency" (upper bound of complexity) of different type of algorithms. Or you can look at an earlier answer where this is explained in simple english

Select Top and Last rows in a table (SQL server)

You must sort your data according your needs (es. in reverse order) and use select top query

How can I disable an <option> in a <select> based on its value in JavaScript?

var vals = new Array( 2, 3, 5, 8 );
select_disable_options('add_reklamaciq_reason',vals);
select_disable_options('add_reklamaciq_reason');

function select_disable_options(selectid,vals){
  var selected = false ;
  $('#'+selectid+' option').removeAttr('selected');
  $('#'+selectid+' option').each(function(i,elem){
       var elid = parseInt($(elem).attr('value'));
       if(vals){
           if(vals.indexOf(elid) != -1){
               $(elem).removeAttr('disabled');
               if(selected == false){
                   $(elem).attr('selected','selected');
                   selected = true ; 
               }
           }else{
               $(elem).attr('disabled','disabled'); 
           }
       }else{
            $(elem).removeAttr('disabled');
       }
  });   
}

Here with JQ .. if anybody search it

SQLite equivalent to ISNULL(), NVL(), IFNULL() or COALESCE()

For the equivalent of NVL() and ISNULL() use:

IFNULL(column, altValue)

column : The column you are evaluating.

altValue : The value you want to return if 'column' is null.

Example:

SELECT IFNULL(middle_name, 'N/A') FROM person;

*Note: The COALESCE() function works the same as it does for other databases.

Sources:

How to write unit testing for Angular / TypeScript for private methods with Jasmine

You can call private methods.

If you encountered the following error:

expect(new FooBar(/*...*/).initFooBar()).toEqual(/*...*/);
// TS2341: Property 'initFooBar' is private and only accessible within class 'FooBar'

just use // @ts-ignore:

// @ts-ignore
expect(new FooBar(/*...*/).initFooBar()).toEqual(/*...*/);

What are NR and FNR and what does "NR==FNR" imply?

Look for keys (first word of line) in file2 that are also in file1.
Step 1: fill array a with the first words of file 1:

awk '{a[$1];}' file1

Step 2: Fill array a and ignore file 2 in the same command. For this check the total number of records until now with the number of the current input file.

awk 'NR==FNR{a[$1]}' file1 file2

Step 3: Ignore actions that might come after } when parsing file 1

awk 'NR==FNR{a[$1];next}' file1 file2 

Step 4: print key of file2 when found in the array a

awk 'NR==FNR{a[$1];next} $1 in a{print $1}' file1 file2

Access restriction on class due to restriction on required library rt.jar?

I met the same problem. I found the answer in the website:http://www.17ext.com.
First,delete the JRE System Libraries. Then,import JRE System Libraries again.

I don't know why.However it fixed my problem,hope it can help you.

Excel VBA - Sum up a column

I think you are misinterpreting the source of the error; rExternalTotal appears to be equal to a single cell. rReportData.offset(0,0) is equal to rReportData
rReportData.offset(261,0).end(xlUp) is likely also equal to rReportData, as you offset by 261 rows and then use the .end(xlUp) function which selects the top of a contiguous data range.
If you are interested in the sum of just a column, you can just refer to the whole column:

dExternalTotal = Application.WorksheetFunction.Sum(columns("A:A"))

or

dExternalTotal = Application.WorksheetFunction.Sum(columns((rReportData.column))

The worksheet function sum will correctly ignore blank spaces.

Let me know if this helps!

SQL Server Linked Server Example Query

PostgreSQL:

  1. You must provide a database name in the Data Source DSN.
  2. Run Management Studio as Administrator
  3. You must omit the DBName from the query:

    SELECT * FROM OPENQUERY([LinkedServer], 'select * from schema."tablename"')

Convert and format a Date in JSP

<%@page import="java.text.SimpleDateFormat"%>
<%@page import="java.util.Date"%>
<%@page import="java.util.Locale"%>

<html>
<head>
<title>Date Format</title>
</head>
<body>
<%
String stringDate = "Fri May 13 2011 19:59:09 GMT 0530";
Date stringDate1 = new SimpleDateFormat("EEE MMM dd yyyy HH:mm:ss Z", Locale.ENGLISH).parse(stringDate);
String stringDate2 = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss").format(stringDate1);

out.println(stringDate2);
%>
</body>
</html>

Calculate a MD5 hash from a string

System.Text.StringBuilder hash = new System.Text.StringBuilder();
        System.Security.Cryptography.MD5CryptoServiceProvider md5provider = new System.Security.Cryptography.MD5CryptoServiceProvider();
        byte[] bytes = md5provider.ComputeHash(new System.Text.UTF8Encoding().GetBytes(YourEntryString));

        for (int i = 0; i < bytes.Length; i++)
        {
            hash.Append(bytes[i].ToString("x2")); //lowerCase; X2 if uppercase desired
        }
        return hash.ToString();

How do I use FileSystemObject in VBA?

In excel 2013 the object creation string is:

Dim fso
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

instead of the code in the answer above:

Dim fs,fname
Set fs=Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

Is there a performance difference between a for loop and a for-each loop?

Even with something like an ArrayList or Vector, where "get" is a simple array lookup, the second loop still has additional overhead that the first one doesn't. I would expect it to be a tiny bit slower than the first.

How to remove new line characters from a string?

The right choice really depends on how big the input string is and what the perforce and memory requirement are, but I would use a regular expression like

string result = Regex.Replace(s, @"\r\n?|\n|\t", String.Empty);

Or if we need to apply the same replacement multiple times, it is better to use a compiled version for the Regex like

var regex = new Regex(@"\r\n?|\n|\t", RegexOptions.Compiled); 
string result = regex.Replace(s, String.Empty);

NOTE: different scenarios requite different approaches to achieve the best performance and the minimum memory consumption

Difference between ProcessBuilder and Runtime.exec()

Yes there is a difference.

  • The Runtime.exec(String) method takes a single command string that it splits into a command and a sequence of arguments.

  • The ProcessBuilder constructor takes a (varargs) array of strings. The first string is the command name and the rest of them are the arguments. (There is an alternative constructor that takes a list of strings, but none that takes a single string consisting of the command and arguments.)

So what you are telling ProcessBuilder to do is to execute a "command" whose name has spaces and other junk in it. Of course, the operating system can't find a command with that name, and the command execution fails.

Lombok added but getters and setters not recognized in Intellij IDEA

Goto Setting->Plugin->Search for "Lombok Plugin" -> It will show results. Install Lombok Plugin from the list and Restart Intellij

ImportError: Cannot import name X

If you are importing file1.py from file2.py and used this:

if __name__ == '__main__':
    # etc

Variables below that in file1.py cannot be imported to file2.py because __name__ does not equal __main__!

If you want to import something from file1.py to file2.py, you need to use this in file1.py:

if __name__ == 'file1':
    # etc

In case of doubt, make an assert statement to determine if __name__=='__main__'

When do I use path params vs. query params in a RESTful API?

The fundamental way to think about this subject is as follows:

A URI is a resource identifier that uniquely identifies a specific instance of a resource TYPE. Like everything else in life, every object (which is an instance of some type), have set of attributes that are either time-invariant or temporal.

In the example above, a car is a very tangible object that has attributes like make, model and VIN - that never changes, and color, suspension etc. that may change over time. So if we encode the URI with attributes that may change over time (temporal), we may end up with multiple URIs for the same object:

GET /cars/honda/civic/coupe/{vin}/{color=red}

And years later, if the color of this very same car is changed to black:

GET /cars/honda/civic/coupe/{vin}/{color=black}

Note that the car instance itself (the object) has not changed - it's just the color that changed. Having multiple URIs pointing to the same object instance will force you to create multiple URI handlers - this is not an efficient design, and is of course not intuitive.

Therefore, the URI should only consist of parts that will never change and will continue to uniquely identify that resource throughout its lifetime. Everything that may change should be reserved for query parameters, as such:

GET /cars/honda/civic/coupe/{vin}?color={black}

Bottom line - think polymorphism.

Convert json to a C# array?

using Newtonsoft.Json;

Install this class in package console This class works fine in all .NET Versions, for example in my project: I have DNX 4.5.1 and DNX CORE 5.0 and everything works.

Firstly before JSON deserialization, you need to declare a class to read normally and store some data somewhere This is my class:

public class ToDoItem
{
    public string text { get; set; }
    public string complete { get; set; }
    public string delete { get; set; }
    public string username { get; set; }
    public string user_password { get; set; }
    public string eventID { get; set; }
}

In HttpContent section where you requesting data by GET request for example:

HttpContent content = response.Content;
string mycontent = await content.ReadAsStringAsync();
//deserialization in items
ToDoItem[] items = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<ToDoItem[]>(mycontent);

How do I create a dynamic key to be added to a JavaScript object variable

Square brackets:

jsObj['key' + i] = 'example' + 1;

In JavaScript, all arrays are objects, but not all objects are arrays. The primary difference (and one that's pretty hard to mimic with straight JavaScript and plain objects) is that array instances maintain the length property so that it reflects one plus the numeric value of the property whose name is numeric and whose value, when converted to a number, is the largest of all such properties. That sounds really weird, but it just means that given an array instance, the properties with names like "0", "5", "207", and so on, are all treated specially in that their existence determines the value of length. And, on top of that, the value of length can be set to remove such properties. Setting the length of an array to 0 effectively removes all properties whose names look like whole numbers.

OK, so that's what makes an array special. All of that, however, has nothing at all to do with how the JavaScript [ ] operator works. That operator is an object property access mechanism which works on any object. It's important to note in that regard that numeric array property names are not special as far as simple property access goes. They're just strings that happen to look like numbers, but JavaScript object property names can be any sort of string you like.

Thus, the way the [ ] operator works in a for loop iterating through an array:

for (var i = 0; i < myArray.length; ++i) {
  var value = myArray[i]; // property access
  // ...
}

is really no different from the way [ ] works when accessing a property whose name is some computed string:

var value = jsObj["key" + i];

The [ ] operator there is doing precisely the same thing in both instances. The fact that in one case the object involved happens to be an array is unimportant, in other words.

When setting property values using [ ], the story is the same except for the special behavior around maintaining the length property. If you set a property with a numeric key on an array instance:

myArray[200] = 5;

then (assuming that "200" is the biggest numeric property name) the length property will be updated to 201 as a side-effect of the property assignment. If the same thing is done to a plain object, however:

myObj[200] = 5;

there's no such side-effect. The property called "200" of both the array and the object will be set to the value 5 in otherwise the exact same way.

One might think that because that length behavior is kind-of handy, you might as well make all objects instances of the Array constructor instead of plain objects. There's nothing directly wrong about that (though it can be confusing, especially for people familiar with some other languages, for some properties to be included in the length but not others). However, if you're working with JSON serialization (a fairly common thing), understand that array instances are serialized to JSON in a way that only involves the numerically-named properties. Other properties added to the array will never appear in the serialized JSON form. So for example:

var obj = [];
obj[0] = "hello world";
obj["something"] = 5000;

var objJSON = JSON.stringify(obj);

the value of "objJSON" will be a string containing just ["hello world"]; the "something" property will be lost.

ES2015:

If you're able to use ES6 JavaScript features, you can use Computed Property Names to handle this very easily:

var key = 'DYNAMIC_KEY',
    obj = {
        [key]: 'ES6!'
    };

console.log(obj);
// > { 'DYNAMIC_KEY': 'ES6!' }

How to extract file name from path?

This gleaned from Twiggy @ http://archive.atomicmpc.com.au and other places:

'since the file name and path were used several times in code
'variables were made public

Public FName As Variant, Filename As String, Path As String

Sub xxx()
   ...
   If Not GetFileName = 1 Then Exit Sub '
   ...
End Sub

Private Function GetFileName()
   GetFileName = 0 'used for error handling at call point in case user cancels
   FName = Application.GetOpenFilename("Ramp log file (*.txt), *.txt")
   If Not VarType(FName) = vbBoolean Then GetFileName = 1 'to assure selection was made
   Filename = Split(FName, "\")(UBound(Split(FName, "\"))) 'results in file name
   Path = Left(FName, InStrRev(FName, "\")) 'results in path
End Function

What is pipe() function in Angular

Don't get confused with the concepts of Angular and RxJS

We have pipes concept in Angular and pipe() function in RxJS.

1) Pipes in Angular: A pipe takes in data as input and transforms it to the desired output
https://angular.io/guide/pipes

2) pipe() function in RxJS: You can use pipes to link operators together. Pipes let you combine multiple functions into a single function.

The pipe() function takes as its arguments the functions you want to combine, and returns a new function that, when executed, runs the composed functions in sequence.
https://angular.io/guide/rx-library (search for pipes in this URL, you can find the same)

So according to your question, you are referring pipe() function in RxJS

HashMap to return default value for non-found keys?

I needed to read the results returned from a server in JSON where I couldn't guarantee the fields would be present. I'm using class org.json.simple.JSONObject which is derived from HashMap. Here are some helper functions I employed:

public static String getString( final JSONObject response, 
                                final String key ) 
{ return getString( response, key, "" ); }  
public static String getString( final JSONObject response, 
                                final String key, final String defVal ) 
{ return response.containsKey( key ) ? (String)response.get( key ) : defVal; }

public static long getLong( final JSONObject response, 
                            final String key ) 
{ return getLong( response, key, 0 ); } 
public static long getLong( final JSONObject response, 
                            final String key, final long defVal ) 
{ return response.containsKey( key ) ? (long)response.get( key ) : defVal; }

public static float getFloat( final JSONObject response, 
                              final String key ) 
{ return getFloat( response, key, 0.0f ); } 
public static float getFloat( final JSONObject response, 
                              final String key, final float defVal ) 
{ return response.containsKey( key ) ? (float)response.get( key ) : defVal; }

public static List<JSONObject> getList( final JSONObject response, 
                                        final String key ) 
{ return getList( response, key, new ArrayList<JSONObject>() ); }   
public static List<JSONObject> getList( final JSONObject response, 
                                        final String key, final List<JSONObject> defVal ) { 
    try { return response.containsKey( key ) ? (List<JSONObject>) response.get( key ) : defVal; }
    catch( ClassCastException e ) { return defVal; }
}   

Open Facebook page from Android app?

try {
       String[] parts = url.split("//www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=");
       getPackageManager().getPackageInfo("com.facebook.katana", 0);
       startActivity(new Intent (Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse(String.format("fb://page/%s", parts[1].trim()))));
    } catch (Exception e) {
       startActivity(new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse(url)));
    }

How to know Laravel version and where is it defined?

CASE - 1

Run this command in your project..

php artisan --version  

You will get version of laravel installed in your system like this..

enter image description here

CASE - 2

Also you can check laravel version in the composer.json file in root directory.

enter image description here

How to detect query which holds the lock in Postgres?

One thing I find that is often missing from these is an ability to look up row locks. At least on the larger databases I have worked on, row locks are not shown in pg_locks (if they were, pg_locks would be much, much larger and there isn't a real data type to show the locked row in that view properly).

I don't know that there is a simple solution to this but usually what I do is look at the table where the lock is waiting and search for rows where the xmax is less than the transaction id present there. That usually gives me a place to start, but it is a bit hands-on and not automation friendly.

Note that shows you uncommitted writes on rows on those tables. Once committed, the rows are not visible in the current snapshot. But for large tables, that is a pain.

How to load CSS Asynchronously

I have try to use:

<link rel="preload stylesheet" href="mystyles.css" as="style">

It works fines, but It also raises cumulative layout shift because when we use rel="preload", it just download css , not apply immediate.

Example when the DOM load a list contains ul, li tags, there is an bullets before li tags by default, then CSS applied that I remove these bullets to custom styles for listing. So that, the cumulative layout shift is happening here.

Is there any solution for that?

Simple way to repeat a string

So you want to avoid loops?

Here you have it:

public static String repeat(String s, int times) {
    if (times <= 0) return "";
    else return s + repeat(s, times-1);
}

(of course I know this is ugly and inefficient, but it doesn't have loops :-p)

You want it simpler and prettier? use jython:

s * 3

Edit: let's optimize it a little bit :-D

public static String repeat(String s, int times) {
   if (times <= 0) return "";
   else if (times % 2 == 0) return repeat(s+s, times/2);
   else return s + repeat(s+s, times/2);
}

Edit2: I've done a quick and dirty benchmark for the 4 main alternatives, but I don't have time to run it several times to get the means and plot the times for several inputs... So here's the code if anybody wants to try it:

public class Repeat {
    public static void main(String[] args)  {
        int n = Integer.parseInt(args[0]);
        String s = args[1];
        int l = s.length();
        long start, end;

        start = System.currentTimeMillis();
        for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
            if(repeatLog2(s,i).length()!=i*l) throw new RuntimeException();
        }
        end = System.currentTimeMillis();
        System.out.println("RecLog2Concat: " + (end-start) + "ms");

        start = System.currentTimeMillis();
        for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
            if(repeatR(s,i).length()!=i*l) throw new RuntimeException();
        }               
        end = System.currentTimeMillis();
        System.out.println("RecLinConcat: " + (end-start) + "ms");

        start = System.currentTimeMillis();
        for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
            if(repeatIc(s,i).length()!=i*l) throw new RuntimeException();
        }
        end = System.currentTimeMillis();
        System.out.println("IterConcat: " + (end-start) + "ms");

        start = System.currentTimeMillis();
        for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
            if(repeatSb(s,i).length()!=i*l) throw new RuntimeException();
        }
        end = System.currentTimeMillis();
        System.out.println("IterStrB: " + (end-start) + "ms");
    }

    public static String repeatLog2(String s, int times) {
        if (times <= 0) {
            return "";
        }
        else if (times % 2 == 0) {
            return repeatLog2(s+s, times/2);
        }
        else {
           return s + repeatLog2(s+s, times/2);
        }
    }

    public static String repeatR(String s, int times) {
        if (times <= 0) {
            return "";
        }
        else {
            return s + repeatR(s, times-1);
        }
    }

    public static String repeatIc(String s, int times) {
        String tmp = "";
        for (int i = 0; i < times; i++) {
            tmp += s;
        }
        return tmp;
    }

    public static String repeatSb(String s, int n) {
        final StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
        for(int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
            sb.append(s);
        }
        return sb.toString();
    }
}

It takes 2 arguments, the first is the number of iterations (each function run with repeat times arg from 1..n) and the second is the string to repeat.

So far, a quick inspection of the times running with different inputs leaves the ranking something like this (better to worse):

  1. Iterative StringBuilder append (1x).
  2. Recursive concatenation log2 invocations (~3x).
  3. Recursive concatenation linear invocations (~30x).
  4. Iterative concatenation linear (~45x).

I wouldn't ever guessed that the recursive function was faster than the for loop :-o

Have fun(ctional xD).

Determine if running on a rooted device

    public static boolean isRootAvailable(){
            Process p = null;
            try{
               p = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(new String[] {"su"});
               writeCommandToConsole(p,"exit 0");
               int result = p.waitFor();
               if(result != 0)
                   throw new Exception("Root check result with exit command " + result);
               return true;
            } catch (IOException e) {
                Log.e(LOG_TAG, "Su executable is not available ", e);
            } catch (Exception e) {
                Log.e(LOG_TAG, "Root is unavailable ", e);
            }finally {
                if(p != null)
                    p.destroy();
            }
            return false;
        }
 private static String writeCommandToConsole(Process proc, String command, boolean ignoreError) throws Exception{
            byte[] tmpArray = new byte[1024];
            proc.getOutputStream().write((command + "\n").getBytes());
            proc.getOutputStream().flush();
            int bytesRead = 0;
            if(proc.getErrorStream().available() > 0){
                if((bytesRead = proc.getErrorStream().read(tmpArray)) > 1){
                    Log.e(LOG_TAG,new String(tmpArray,0,bytesRead));
                    if(!ignoreError)
                        throw new Exception(new String(tmpArray,0,bytesRead));
                }
            }
            if(proc.getInputStream().available() > 0){
                bytesRead = proc.getInputStream().read(tmpArray);
                Log.i(LOG_TAG, new String(tmpArray,0,bytesRead));
            }
            return new String(tmpArray);
        }

How to export data from Spark SQL to CSV

Since Spark 2.X spark-csv is integrated as native datasource. Therefore, the necessary statement simplifies to (windows)

df.write
  .option("header", "true")
  .csv("file:///C:/out.csv")

or UNIX

df.write
  .option("header", "true")
  .csv("/var/out.csv")

Notice: as the comments say, it is creating the directory by that name with the partitions in it, not a standard CSV file. This, however, is most likely what you want since otherwise your either crashing your driver (out of RAM) or you could be working with a non distributed environment.

How to set custom ActionBar color / style?

For Android 3.0 and higher only

When supporting Android 3.0 and higher only, you can define the action bar's background like this:

res/values/themes.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<resources>
    <!-- the theme applied to the application or activity -->
    <style name="CustomActionBarTheme" parent="@style/Theme.Holo.Light.DarkActionBar">
       <item name="android:actionBarStyle">@style/MyActionBar</item>
    </style>

<!-- ActionBar styles -->
  <style name="MyActionBar" parent="@style/Widget.Holo.Light.ActionBar.Solid.Inverse">
       <item name="android:background">#ff0000</item>
  </style>
</resources>

For Android 2.1 and higher

When using the Support Library, your style XML file might look like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <resources>
  <!-- the theme applied to the application or activity -->
 <style name="CustomActionBarTheme" parent="@style/Theme.AppCompat.Light.DarkActionBar">
    <item name="android:actionBarStyle">@style/MyActionBar</item>

    <!-- Support library compatibility -->
    <item name="actionBarStyle">@style/MyActionBar</item>
</style>

<!-- ActionBar styles -->
<style name="MyActionBar"
       parent="@style/Widget.AppCompat.Light.ActionBar.Solid.Inverse">
    <item name="android:background">@drawable/actionbar_background</item>

    <!-- Support library compatibility -->
    <item name="background">@drawable/actionbar_background</item>
  </style>
 </resources>

Then apply your theme to your entire app or individual activities:

for more details Documentaion

How are cookies passed in the HTTP protocol?

The server sends the following in its response header to set a cookie field.

Set-Cookie:name=value

If there is a cookie set, then the browser sends the following in its request header.

Cookie:name=value

See the HTTP Cookie article at Wikipedia for more information.

nodejs mysql Error: Connection lost The server closed the connection

I do not recall my original use case for this mechanism. Nowadays, I cannot think of any valid use case.

Your client should be able to detect when the connection is lost and allow you to re-create the connection. If it important that part of program logic is executed using the same connection, then use transactions.

tl;dr; Do not use this method.


A pragmatic solution is to force MySQL to keep the connection alive:

setInterval(function () {
    db.query('SELECT 1');
}, 5000);

I prefer this solution to connection pool and handling disconnect because it does not require to structure your code in a way thats aware of connection presence. Making a query every 5 seconds ensures that the connection will remain alive and PROTOCOL_CONNECTION_LOST does not occur.

Furthermore, this method ensures that you are keeping the same connection alive, as opposed to re-connecting. This is important. Consider what would happen if your script relied on LAST_INSERT_ID() and mysql connection have been reset without you being aware about it?

However, this only ensures that connection time out (wait_timeout and interactive_timeout) does not occur. It will fail, as expected, in all others scenarios. Therefore, make sure to handle other errors.

How to create cron job using PHP?

_x000D_
_x000D_
$command = "php ".CRON_PATH.php ";_x000D_
if(substr(php_uname(), 0, 7) == "Windows"){_x000D_
pclose(popen("start /B ". $command, "r"));_x000D_
}else{_x000D_
shell_exec($command ." > /dev/null &");_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

TypeError: string indices must be integers, not str // working with dict

Actually I think that more general approach to loop through dictionary is to use iteritems():

# get tuples of term, courses
for term, term_courses in courses.iteritems():
    # get tuples of course number, info
    for course, info in term_courses.iteritems():
        # loop through info
        for k, v in info.iteritems():
            print k, v

output:

assistant Peter C.
prereq cs101
...
name Programming a Robotic Car
teacher Sebastian

Or, as Matthias mentioned in comments, if you don't need keys, you can just use itervalues():

for term_courses in courses.itervalues():
    for info in term_courses.itervalues():
        for k, v in info.iteritems():
            print k, v

How to check if a div is visible state or not?

Check if it's visible.

$("#singlechatpanel-1").is(':visible');

Check if it's hidden.

$("#singlechatpanel-1").is(':hidden');

phpmysql error - #1273 - #1273 - Unknown collation: 'utf8mb4_general_ci'

This solution worked for me

1) Click the "Export" tab for the database

2) Click the "Custom" radio button

3) Go the section titled "Format-specific options" and change the dropdown for "Database system or older MySQL server to maximize output compatibility with:" from NONE to MYSQL40.

4) Scroll to the bottom and click "GO".

If it's related to wordpress, more info on why it is happening.

Javascript Array of Functions

I would complement this thread by posting an easier way to execute various functions within an Array using the shift() Javascript method originally described here

  var a = function(){ console.log("this is function: a") }
  var b = function(){ console.log("this is function: b") }
  var c = function(){ console.log("this is function: c") }

  var foo = [a,b,c];

  while (foo.length){
     foo.shift().call();
  }

Is there a minlength validation attribute in HTML5?

New version:

It extends the use (textarea and input) and fixes bugs.

// Author: Carlos Machado
// Version: 0.2
// Year: 2015
window.onload = function() {
    function testFunction(evt) {
        var items = this.elements;
        for (var j = 0; j < items.length; j++) {
            if ((items[j].tagName == "INPUT" || items[j].tagName == "TEXTAREA") && items[j].hasAttribute("minlength")) {
                if (items[j].value.length < items[j].getAttribute("minlength") && items[j].value != "") {
                    items[j].setCustomValidity("The minimum number of characters is " + items[j].getAttribute("minlength") + ".");
                    items[j].focus();
                    evt.defaultPrevented;
                    return;
                }
                else {
                    items[j].setCustomValidity('');
                }
            }
        }
    }
    var isOpera = !!window.opera || navigator.userAgent.indexOf(' OPR/') >= 0;
    var isChrome = !!window.chrome && !isOpera;
    if(!isChrome) {
        var forms = document.getElementsByTagName("form");
        for(var i = 0; i < forms.length; i++) {
            forms[i].addEventListener('submit', testFunction,true);
            forms[i].addEventListener('change', testFunction,true);
        }
    }
}

Parse error: Syntax error, unexpected end of file in my PHP code

Check that you closed your class.

For example, if you have controller class with methods, and by accident you delete the final bracket, which close whole class, you will get this error.

class someControler{
private $varr;
public $varu;
..
public function method {
..
} 
..
}// if you forget to close the controller, you will get the error

Passing properties by reference in C#

This is not possible. You could say

Client.WorkPhone = GetString(inputString, Client.WorkPhone);

where WorkPhone is a writeable string property and the definition of GetString is changed to

private string GetString(string input, string current) { 
    if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(input)) {
        return input;
    }
    return current;
}

This will have the same semantics that you seem to be trying for.

This isn't possible because a property is really a pair of methods in disguise. Each property makes available getters and setters that are accessible via field-like syntax. When you attempt to call GetString as you've proposed, what you're passing in is a value and not a variable. The value that you are passing in is that returned from the getter get_WorkPhone.

How to check if an alert exists using WebDriver?

I found catching exception of driver.switchTo().alert(); is so slow in Firefox (FF V20 & selenium-java-2.32.0).`

So I choose another way:

    private static boolean isDialogPresent(WebDriver driver) {
        try {
            driver.getTitle();
            return false;
        } catch (UnhandledAlertException e) {
            // Modal dialog showed
            return true;
        }
    }

And it's a better way when most of your test cases is NO dialog present (throwing exception is expensive).

Removing trailing newline character from fgets() input

 for(int i = 0; i < strlen(Name); i++ )
{
    if(Name[i] == '\n') Name[i] = '\0';
}

You should give it a try. This code basically loop through the string until it finds the '\n'. When it's found the '\n' will be replaced by the null character terminator '\0'

Note that you are comparing characters and not strings in this line, then there's no need to use strcmp():

if(Name[i] == '\n') Name[i] = '\0';

since you will be using single quotes and not double quotes. Here's a link about single vs double quotes if you want to know more

Extract first item of each sublist

Had the same issue and got curious about the performance of each solution.

Here's is the %timeit:

import numpy as np
lst = [['a','b','c'], [1,2,3], ['x','y','z']]

The first numpy-way, transforming the array:

%timeit list(np.array(lst).T[0])
4.9 µs ± 163 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 100000 loops each)

Fully native using list comprehension (as explained by @alecxe):

%timeit [item[0] for item in lst]
379 ns ± 23.1 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1000000 loops each)

Another native way using zip (as explained by @dawg):

%timeit list(zip(*lst))[0]
585 ns ± 7.26 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 1000000 loops each)

Second numpy-way. Also explained by @dawg:

%timeit list(np.array(lst)[:,0])
4.95 µs ± 179 ns per loop (mean ± std. dev. of 7 runs, 100000 loops each)

Surprisingly (well, at least for me) the native way using list comprehension is the fastest and about 10x faster than the numpy-way. Running the two numpy-ways without the final list saves about one µs which is still in the 10x difference.

Note that, when I surrounded each code snippet with a call to len, to ensure that Generators run till the end, the timing stayed the same.

How can I get the CheckBoxList selected values, what I have doesn't seem to work C#.NET/VisualWebPart

In your ASPX page you've got the list like this:

    <asp:CheckBoxList ID="YrChkBox" runat="server" 
        onselectedindexchanged="YrChkBox_SelectedIndexChanged"></asp:CheckBoxList>
    <asp:Button ID="button" runat="server" Text="Submit" />

In your code behind aspx.cs page, you have this:

    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        if (!IsPostBack)
        {
            // Populate the CheckBoxList items only when it's not a postback.
            YrChkBox.Items.Add(new ListItem("Item 1", "Item1"));
            YrChkBox.Items.Add(new ListItem("Item 2", "Item2"));
        }
    }

    protected void YrChkBox_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        // Create the list to store.
        List<String> YrStrList = new List<string>();
        // Loop through each item.
        foreach (ListItem item in YrChkBox.Items)
        {
            if (item.Selected)
            {
                // If the item is selected, add the value to the list.
                YrStrList.Add(item.Value);
            }
            else
            {
                // Item is not selected, do something else.
            }
        }
        // Join the string together using the ; delimiter.
        String YrStr = String.Join(";", YrStrList.ToArray());

        // Write to the page the value.
        Response.Write(String.Concat("Selected Items: ", YrStr));
    }

Ensure you use the if (!IsPostBack) { } condition because if you load it every page refresh, it's actually destroying the data.

C# int to enum conversion

Casting should be enough. If you're using C# 3.0 you can make a handy extension method to parse enum values:

public static TEnum ToEnum<TInput, TEnum>(this TInput value)
{
    Type type = typeof(TEnum);

    if (value == default(TInput))
    {
        throw new ArgumentException("Value is null or empty.", "value");
    }

    if (!type.IsEnum)
    {
        throw new ArgumentException("Enum expected.", "TEnum");
    }

    return (TEnum)Enum.Parse(type, value.ToString(), true);
}

Tools to search for strings inside files without indexing

If you don't want to install Non-Microsoft tools, please download STRINGS.EXE from Microsoft Sysinternals and make a procedure like this one:

@echo off
if '%1' == '' goto NOPARAM
if '%2' == '' goto NOPARAM
if not exist %1 goto NOFOLDER

echo ------------------------------------------
echo - %1 : folder
echo - %2 : string to be searched in the folder
echo - PLEASE WAIT FOR THE RESULTS ...
strings -s %1\* | findstr /i %2 > grep.txt
notepad.exe grep.txt

goto END

:NOPARAM rem - input command not correct
echo ====================================
echo Usage of GREP.CMD:
echo   Grep "SearchFolder" SearchString
echo Please specify all parameters
echo ====================================
goto END

:NOFOLDER
echo Folder %1 does not exist
goto END

:END rem - exit

Eclipse error: indirectly referenced from required .class files?

When i use a new eclipse version and try to use the previous workspace which i used with old eclipse version, this error occured.

Here is how i solve the problem:

Right click my project on Package Explorer -> Properties -> Java Build Path -> Libraries -> I see an error(Cross Sign) on JRE System Library. Because the path cannot be found. -> Double click the JRE System Library -> Select the option "Workspace Default JRE" -> Finish -> OK. -> BUM IT IS WORKING

FYI.

Unsupported operation :not writeable python

You open the variable "file" as a read only then attempt to write to it:

file = open('ValidEmails.txt','r')

Instead, use the 'w' flag.

file = open('ValidEmails.txt','w')
...
file.write(email)

Fastest way to update 120 Million records

If your int_field is indexed, remove the index before running the update. Then create your index again...

5 hours seem like a lot for 120 million recs.

How to detect when WIFI Connection has been established in Android?

This code does not require permission at all. It is restricted only to Wi-Fi network connectivity state changes (any other network is not taken into account). The receiver is statically published in the AndroidManifest.xml file and does not need to be exported as it will be invoked by the system protected broadcast, NETWORK_STATE_CHANGED_ACTION, at every network connectivity state change.

AndroidManifest:

<receiver
    android:name=".WifiReceiver"
    android:enabled="true"
    android:exported="false">

    <intent-filter>
        <!--protected-broadcast: Special broadcast that only the system can send-->
        <!--Corresponds to: android.net.wifi.WifiManager.NETWORK_STATE_CHANGED_ACTION-->
        <action android:name="android.net.wifi.STATE_CHANGE" />
    </intent-filter>

</receiver>

BroadcastReceiver class:

public class WifiReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {
@Override
public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
/*
 Tested (I didn't test with the WPS "Wi-Fi Protected Setup" standard):
 In API15 (ICE_CREAM_SANDWICH) this method is called when the new Wi-Fi network state is:
 DISCONNECTED, OBTAINING_IPADDR, CONNECTED or SCANNING

 In API19 (KITKAT) this method is called when the new Wi-Fi network state is:
 DISCONNECTED (twice), OBTAINING_IPADDR, VERIFYING_POOR_LINK, CAPTIVE_PORTAL_CHECK
 or CONNECTED

 (Those states can be obtained as NetworkInfo.DetailedState objects by calling
 the NetworkInfo object method: "networkInfo.getDetailedState()")
*/
    /*
     * NetworkInfo object associated with the Wi-Fi network.
     * It won't be null when "android.net.wifi.STATE_CHANGE" action intent arrives.
     */
    NetworkInfo networkInfo = intent.getParcelableExtra(WifiManager.EXTRA_NETWORK_INFO);

    if (networkInfo != null && networkInfo.isConnected()) {
        // TODO: Place the work here, like retrieving the access point's SSID

        /*
         * WifiInfo object giving information about the access point we are connected to.
         * It shouldn't be null when the new Wi-Fi network state is CONNECTED, but it got
         * null sometimes when connecting to a "virtualized Wi-Fi router" in API15.
         */
        WifiInfo wifiInfo = intent.getParcelableExtra(WifiManager.EXTRA_WIFI_INFO);
        String ssid = wifiInfo.getSSID();
    }
}
}

Permissions:

None

JPA With Hibernate Error: [PersistenceUnit: JPA] Unable to build EntityManagerFactory

Use above annotation if someone is facing :--org.hibernate.jpa.HibernatePersistenceProvider persistence provider when it attempted to create the container entity manager factory for the paymentenginePU persistence unit. The following error occurred: [PersistenceUnit: paymentenginePU] Unable to build Hibernate SessionFactory ** This is a solution if you are using Audit table.@Audit

Use:- @Audited(targetAuditMode = RelationTargetAuditMode.NOT_AUDITED) on superclass.

No provider for TemplateRef! (NgIf ->TemplateRef)

You missed the * in front of NgIf (like we all have, dozens of times):

<div *ngIf="answer.accepted">&#10004;</div>

Without the *, Angular sees that the ngIf directive is being applied to the div element, but since there is no * or <template> tag, it is unable to locate a template, hence the error.


If you get this error with Angular v5:

Error: StaticInjectorError[TemplateRef]:
  StaticInjectorError[TemplateRef]:
    NullInjectorError: No provider for TemplateRef!

You may have <template>...</template> in one or more of your component templates. Change/update the tag to <ng-template>...</ng-template>.

How to declare a variable in SQL Server and use it in the same Stored Procedure

CREATE PROCEDURE AddBrand
@BrandName nvarchar(50) = null,
@CategoryID int = null
AS    
BEGIN

DECLARE @BrandID int = null
SELECT @BrandID = BrandID FROM tblBrand 
WHERE BrandName = @BrandName

INSERT INTO tblBrandinCategory (CategoryID, BrandID) 
       VALUES (@CategoryID, @BrandID)

END

EXEC AddBrand @BrandName = 'BMW', @CategoryId = 1

How to debug a bash script?

Use eclipse with the plugins shelled & basheclipse.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/shelled/?source=directory https://sourceforge.net/projects/basheclipse/?source=directory

For shelled: Download the zip and import it into eclipse via help -> install new software : local archive For basheclipse: Copy the jars into dropins directory of eclipse

Follow the steps provides https://sourceforge.net/projects/basheclipse/files/?source=navbar

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I wrote a tutorial with many screenshots at http://dietrichschroff.blogspot.de/2017/07/bash-enabling-eclipse-for-bash.html

Cannot load properties file from resources directory

I think you need to put it under src/main/resources and load it as follows:

props.load(new FileInputStream("src/main/resources/myconf.properties"));

The way you are trying to load it will first check in base folder of your project. If it is in target/classes and you want to load it from there do the following:

props.load(new FileInputStream("target/classes/myconf.properties"));

python-dev installation error: ImportError: No module named apt_pkg

This error will often occur when a newer version of python has been installed alongside an older version e.g;

  • Ubuntu 18.04.1 ships with python version 3.6.6
  • Installed ppa:deadsnakes/python3.7.1 or alternative
  • Run a command that uses the apt_pkg module and get an error such as;

        from CommandNotFound.db.db import SqliteDatabase
    File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/CommandNotFound/db/db.py", line 5, in <module>
        import apt_pkg
    

When we install a non-distro python3 version with apt it will set a shared module directory to be that of python3 most usually it will be /usr/lib/python3.

Most of the time this will be ok, but under some circumstances the different versions of python rely on different libraries or shared objects/libraries than the other python version does, so as other answers have pointed out we need to link the .SO to the correct python version. So if we have python3.6 installed on a 64bit system then the apt_pkg .SO link would be

sudo ln -s apt_pkg.cpython-36m-x86_64-linux-gnu.so apt_pkg.so

But the problem lies in the fact that when we install a newer python version the link will update to point to the newest python version, which leads to the error of apt_pkg module not being found. By checking which version of python ships with your distro you can create the link as shown above. Or we use a method to offer the command a choice of python versions to link the .SO such as;

sudo ln -s apt_pkg.cpython-{36m,35m,34m}-x86_64-linux-gnu.so apt_pkg.so

Because python will create this link to the newest installed python version we give the command the option to choose from 3 python versions, of which it will choose the highest version given.

How to return a complex JSON response with Node.js?

On express 3 you can use directly res.json({foo:bar})

res.json({ msgId: msg.fileName })

See the documentation

How to fix/convert space indentation in Sublime Text?

The easiest thing i did was,

changed my Indentation to Tabs

and it resolved my problem.

You can do the same,

to Spaces

as well as per your need.

Mentioned the snapshot of the same.

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How to place a div below another div?

You have set #slider as absolute, which means that it "is positioned relative to the nearest positioned ancestor" (confusing, right?). Meanwhile, #content div is placed relative, which means "relative to its normal position". So the position of the 2 divs is not related.

You can read about CSS positioning here

If you set both to relative, the divs will be one after the other, as shown here:

#slider {
    position:relative;
    left:0;
    height:400px;

    border-style:solid;
    border-width:5px;
}
#slider img {
    width:100%;
}

#content {
    position:relative;
}

#content #text {
    position:relative;
    width:950px;
    height:215px;
    color:red;
}

http://jsfiddle.net/uorgj4e1/

How to make an embedded video not autoplay

I had the same problem and came across this post. Nothing worked. After randomly playing around, I found that <embed ........ play="false"> stopped it from playing automatically. I now have the problem that I can't get a controller to appear, so can't start the movie! :S

iOS - Build fails with CocoaPods cannot find header files

This was the answer for me, I updated cocoapods and I think that made the PODS_HEADERS_SEARCH_PATHS go away. My solution was similar to this but I used "$(PODS_ROOT)/Headers" – Andrew Aitken

Thank you so much for this answer. I had a hard time looking for ways to fix my problem. Thank you very much.

toBe(true) vs toBeTruthy() vs toBeTrue()

Disclamer: This is just a wild guess

I know everybody loves an easy-to-read list:

  • toBe(<value>) - The returned value is the same as <value>
  • toBeTrue() - Checks if the returned value is true
  • toBeTruthy() - Check if the value, when cast to a boolean, will be a truthy value

    Truthy values are all values that aren't 0, '' (empty string), false, null, NaN, undefined or [] (empty array)*.

    * Notice that when you run !![], it returns true, but when you run [] == false it also returns true. It depends on how it is implemented. In other words: (!![]) === ([] == false)


On your example, toBe(true) and toBeTrue() will yield the same results.

How to get values from selected row in DataGrid for Windows Form Application?

Description

Assuming i understand your question.

You can get the selected row using the DataGridView.SelectedRows Collection. If your DataGridView allows only one selected, have a look at my sample.

DataGridView.SelectedRows Gets the collection of rows selected by the user.

Sample

if (dataGridView1.SelectedRows.Count != 0)
{
    DataGridViewRow row = this.dataGridView1.SelectedRows[0];
    row.Cells["ColumnName"].Value
}

More Information

Use of def, val, and var in scala

There are three ways of defining things in Scala:

  • def defines a method
  • val defines a fixed value (which cannot be modified)
  • var defines a variable (which can be modified)

Looking at your code:

def person = new Person("Kumar",12)

This defines a new method called person. You can call this method only without () because it is defined as parameterless method. For empty-paren method, you can call it with or without '()'. If you simply write:

person

then you are calling this method (and if you don't assign the return value, it will just be discarded). In this line of code:

person.age = 20

what happens is that you first call the person method, and on the return value (an instance of class Person) you are changing the age member variable.

And the last line:

println(person.age)

Here you are again calling the person method, which returns a new instance of class Person (with age set to 12). It's the same as this:

println(person().age)

Spring Data JPA and Exists query

You can use .exists (return boolean) in jpaRepository.

if(commercialRuleMsisdnRepo.exists(commercialRuleMsisdn.getRuleId())!=true){

        jsRespon.setStatusDescription("SUCCESS ADD TO DB");
    }else{
        jsRespon.setStatusCode("ID already exists is database");
    }

Rounded table corners CSS only

Seems to work fine in FF and Chrome (haven't tested any others) with separate borders: http://jsfiddle.net/7veZQ/3/

Edit: Here's a relatively clean implementation of your sketch:

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_x000D_
table {_x000D_
    border-collapse:separate;_x000D_
    border:solid black 1px;_x000D_
    border-radius:6px;_x000D_
    -moz-border-radius:6px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
td, th {_x000D_
    border-left:solid black 1px;_x000D_
    border-top:solid black 1px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
th {_x000D_
    background-color: blue;_x000D_
    border-top: none;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
td:first-child, th:first-child {_x000D_
     border-left: none;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<table>_x000D_
    <thead>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
        <th>blah</th>_x000D_
        <th>fwee</th>_x000D_
        <th>spoon</th>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
    </thead>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
        <td>blah</td>_x000D_
        <td>fwee</td>_x000D_
        <td>spoon</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
        <td>blah</td>_x000D_
        <td>fwee</td>_x000D_
        <td>spoon</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
</table>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

http://jsfiddle.net/MuZzz/3577/

Unexpected token }

Try running the entire script through jslint. This may help point you at the cause of the error.

Edit Ok, it's not quite the syntax of the script that's the problem. At least not in a way that jslint can detect.

Having played with your live code at http://ft2.hostei.com/ft.v1/, it looks like there are syntax errors in the generated code that your script puts into an onclick attribute in the DOM. Most browsers don't do a very good job of reporting errors in JavaScript run via such things (what is the file and line number of a piece of script in the onclick attribute of a dynamically inserted element?). This is probably why you get a confusing error message in Chrome. The FireFox error message is different, and also doesn't have a useful line number, although FireBug does show the code which causes the problem.

This snippet of code is taken from your edit function which is in the inline script block of your HTML:

var sub = document.getElementById('submit');
...
sub.setAttribute("onclick", "save(\""+file+"\", document.getElementById('name').value, document.getElementById('text').value");

Note that this sets the onclick attribute of an element to invalid JavaScript code:

<input type="submit" id="submit" onclick="save("data/wasup.htm", document.getElementById('name').value, document.getElementById('text').value">

The JS is:

save("data/wasup.htm", document.getElementById('name').value, document.getElementById('text').value

Note the missing close paren to finish the call to save.

As an aside, inserting onclick attributes is not a very modern or clean way of adding event handlers in JavaScript. Why are you not using the DOM's addEventListener to simply hook up a function to the element? If you were using something like jQuery, this would be simpler still.

How to stop the task scheduled in java.util.Timer class

Keep a reference to the timer somewhere, and use:

timer.cancel();
timer.purge();

to stop whatever it's doing. You could put this code inside the task you're performing with a static int to count the number of times you've gone around, e.g.

private static int count = 0;
public static void run() {
     count++;
     if (count >= 6) {
         timer.cancel();
         timer.purge();
         return;
     }

     ... perform task here ....

}

How to get Maven project version to the bash command line

This is the cleanest solution there is:

mvn org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-help-plugin:3.2.0:evaluate \
-Dexpression=project.version -q -DforceStdout

Advantages:

  • This works fine on all operating systems and all shells.
  • No need for any external tools!
  • [important] This works even if project version is inherited from parent pom.xml

Note:

  • maven-help-plugin version 3.2.0 (and above) has forceStdout option. You may replace 3.2.0 in above command with a newer version from the list of available versions of mvn-help-plugin from artifactory, if available.
  • Option -q suppresses verbose messages ([INFO], [WARN] etc.)

Alternatively, you can add this entry in your pom.xml, under plugins section:

<plugin>
    <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
    <artifactId>maven-help-plugin</artifactId>
    <version>3.2.0</version>
</plugin>

and then run above command compactly as follows:

mvn help:evaluate -Dexpression=project.groupId -q -DforceStdout

If you want to fetch groupId and artifactId as well, check this answer.

What is difference between XML Schema and DTD?

DTD is pretty much deprecated because it is limited in its usefulness as a schema language, doesn't support namespace, and does not support data type. In addition, DTD's syntax is quite complicated, making it difficult to understand and maintain..

How to distinguish between left and right mouse click with jQuery

$("#element").live('click', function(e) {
  if( (!$.browser.msie && e.button == 0) || ($.browser.msie && e.button == 1) ) {
       alert("Left Button");
    }
    else if(e.button == 2){
       alert("Right Button");
    }
});

Update for the current state of the things:

_x000D_
_x000D_
var $log = $("div.log");_x000D_
$("div.target").on("mousedown", function() {_x000D_
  $log.text("Which: " + event.which);_x000D_
  if (event.which === 1) {_x000D_
    $(this).removeClass("right middle").addClass("left");_x000D_
  } else if (event.which === 2) {_x000D_
    $(this).removeClass("left right").addClass("middle");_x000D_
  } else if (event.which === 3) {_x000D_
    $(this).removeClass("left middle").addClass("right");_x000D_
  }_x000D_
});
_x000D_
div.target {_x000D_
  border: 1px solid blue;_x000D_
  height: 100px;_x000D_
  width: 100px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
div.target.left {_x000D_
  background-color: #0faf3d;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
div.target.right {_x000D_
  background-color: #f093df;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
div.target.middle {_x000D_
  background-color: #00afd3;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
div.log {_x000D_
  text-align: left;_x000D_
  color: #f00;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div class="target"></div>_x000D_
<div class="log"></div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

What is an application binary interface (ABI)?

I was also trying to understand ABI and JesperE’s answer was very helpful.

From a very simple perspective, we may try to understand ABI by considering binary compatibility.

KDE wiki defines a library as binary compatible “if a program linked dynamically to a former version of the library continues running with newer versions of the library without the need to recompile.” For more on dynamic linking, refer Static linking vs dynamic linking

Now, let’s try to look at just the most basic aspects needed for a library to be binary compatibility (assuming there are no source code changes to the library):

  1. Same/backward compatible instruction set architecture (processor instructions, register file structure, stack organization, memory access types, along with sizes, layout, and alignment of basic data types the processor can directly access)
  2. Same calling conventions
  3. Same name mangling convention (this might be needed if say a Fortran program needs to call some C++ library function).

Sure, there are many other details but this is mostly what the ABI also covers.

More specifically to answer your question, from the above, we can deduce:

ABI functionality: binary compatibility

existing entities: existing program/libraries/OS

consumer: libraries, OS

Hope this helps!

Validate email with a regex in jQuery

This : /^[a-zA-Z0-9._-]+@[a-zA-Z0-9.-]+\.[a-zA-Z]{2,4}$/i is not working for below Gmail case

[email protected] [email protected]

Below Regex will cover all the E-mail Points: I have tried the all Possible Points and my Test case get also pass because of below regex

I found this Solution from this URL:

Regex Solution link

/(?:((?:[\w-]+(?:\.[\w-]+)*)@(?:(?:[\w-]+\.)*\w[\w-]{0,66})\.(?:[a-z]{2,6}(?:\.[a-z]{2})?));*)/g

Can I configure a subdomain to point to a specific port on my server

If you have access to SRV Records, you can use them to get what you want :)

E.G

A Records

Name: mc1.domain.com
Value: <yourIP>

Name: mc2.domain.com
Value: <yourIP>

SRV Records

Name: _minecraft._tcp.mc1.domain.com
Priority: 5
Weight: 5
Port: 25565
Value: mc1.domain.com

Name: _minecraft._tcp.mc2.domain.com
Priority: 5
Weight: 5
Port: 25566
Value: mc2.domain.com

then in minecraft you can use

mc1.domain.com which will sign you into server 1 using port 25565

and

mc2.domain.com which will sign you into server 2 using port 25566

then on your router you can have it point 25565 and 25566 to the machine with both servers on and Voilà!

Source: This works for me running 2 minecraft servers on the same machine with ports 50500 and 50501

mysql - move rows from one table to another

BEGIN;
INSERT INTO persons_table select * from customer_table where person_name = 'tom';
DELETE FROM customer_table where person_name = 'tom';
COMMIT;

List of all users that can connect via SSH

Read man sshd_config for more details, but you can use the AllowUsers directive in /etc/ssh/sshd_config to limit the set of users who can login.

e.g.

AllowUsers boris

would mean that only the boris user could login via ssh.

What are the file limits in Git (number and size)?

It depends on what your meaning is. There are practical size limits (if you have a lot of big files, it can get boringly slow). If you have a lot of files, scans can also get slow.

There aren't really inherent limits to the model, though. You can certainly use it poorly and be miserable.

Get selected value of a dropdown's item using jQuery

You need to put like this.

$('[id$=dropDownId] option:selected').val();

How to remove margin space around body or clear default css styles

That's the default margin/padding of the body element.

Some browsers have a default margin, some a default padding, and both are applied as a padding in the body element.

Add this to your CSS:

body { margin: 0; padding: 0; }

How to add values in a variable in Unix shell scripting?

What is count1 set to? If it is not set, it looks like the empty string - and that would lead to an invalid expression. Which shell are you using?

In Bash 3.x on MacOS X 10.7.1:

$ count7=0
$ count7=$(($count7 + $count1))
-sh: 0 + : syntax error: operand expected (error token is " ")
$ count1=2
$ count7=$(($count7 + $count1))
$ echo $count7
2
$

You could also use ${count1:-0} to add 0 if $count1 is unset.

android image button

You can use the button :

1 - make the text empty

2 - set the background for it

+3 - you can use the selector to more useful and nice button


About the imagebutton you can set the image source and the background the same picture and it must be (*.png) when you do it you can make any design for the button

and for more beauty button use the selector //just Google it ;)

How can I symlink a file in Linux?

There are two types of links:

symbolic links: Refer to a symbolic path indicating the abstract location of another file

hard links: Refer to the specific location of physical data.

In your case symlinks:

ln -s source target

you can refer to http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man7/symlink.7.html

you can create too hard links

A hard link to a file is indistinguishable from the original directory entry; any changes to a file are effectively independent of the name used to reference the file. Hard links may not normally refer to directories and may not span file systems.

ln source link

Possible to make labels appear when hovering over a point in matplotlib?

The other answers did not address my need for properly showing tooltips in a recent version of Jupyter inline matplotlib figure. This one works though:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import mplcursors
np.random.seed(42)

fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.scatter(*np.random.random((2, 26)))
ax.set_title("Mouse over a point")
crs = mplcursors.cursor(ax,hover=True)

crs.connect("add", lambda sel: sel.annotation.set_text(
    'Point {},{}'.format(sel.target[0], sel.target[1])))
plt.show()

Leading to something like the following picture when going over a point with mouse: enter image description here

Are list-comprehensions and functional functions faster than "for loops"?

The following are rough guidelines and educated guesses based on experience. You should timeit or profile your concrete use case to get hard numbers, and those numbers may occasionally disagree with the below.

A list comprehension is usually a tiny bit faster than the precisely equivalent for loop (that actually builds a list), most likely because it doesn't have to look up the list and its append method on every iteration. However, a list comprehension still does a bytecode-level loop:

>>> dis.dis(<the code object for `[x for x in range(10)]`>)
 1           0 BUILD_LIST               0
             3 LOAD_FAST                0 (.0)
       >>    6 FOR_ITER                12 (to 21)
             9 STORE_FAST               1 (x)
            12 LOAD_FAST                1 (x)
            15 LIST_APPEND              2
            18 JUMP_ABSOLUTE            6
       >>   21 RETURN_VALUE

Using a list comprehension in place of a loop that doesn't build a list, nonsensically accumulating a list of meaningless values and then throwing the list away, is often slower because of the overhead of creating and extending the list. List comprehensions aren't magic that is inherently faster than a good old loop.

As for functional list processing functions: While these are written in C and probably outperform equivalent functions written in Python, they are not necessarily the fastest option. Some speed up is expected if the function is written in C too. But most cases using a lambda (or other Python function), the overhead of repeatedly setting up Python stack frames etc. eats up any savings. Simply doing the same work in-line, without function calls (e.g. a list comprehension instead of map or filter) is often slightly faster.

Suppose that in a game that I'm developing I need to draw complex and huge maps using for loops. This question would be definitely relevant, for if a list-comprehension, for example, is indeed faster, it would be a much better option in order to avoid lags (Despite the visual complexity of the code).

Chances are, if code like this isn't already fast enough when written in good non-"optimized" Python, no amount of Python level micro optimization is going to make it fast enough and you should start thinking about dropping to C. While extensive micro optimizations can often speed up Python code considerably, there is a low (in absolute terms) limit to this. Moreover, even before you hit that ceiling, it becomes simply more cost efficient (15% speedup vs. 300% speed up with the same effort) to bite the bullet and write some C.

CSS: Change image src on img:hover

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How to add colored border on cardview?

I solved this by putting two CardViews in a RelativeLayout. One with background of the border color and the other one with the image. (or whatever you wish to use)

Note the margin added to top and start for the second CardView. In my case I decided to use a 2dp thick border.

            <android.support.v7.widget.CardView
            android:id="@+id/user_thumb_rounded_background"
            android:layout_width="36dp"
            android:layout_height="36dp"
            app:cardCornerRadius="18dp"
            android:layout_marginEnd="6dp">

            <ImageView
                android:id="@+id/user_thumb_background"
                android:background="@color/colorPrimaryDark"
                android:layout_width="36dp"
                android:layout_height="36dp" />

        </android.support.v7.widget.CardView>

        <android.support.v7.widget.CardView
            android:id="@+id/user_thumb_rounded"
            android:layout_width="32dp"
            android:layout_height="32dp"
            app:cardCornerRadius="16dp"
            android:layout_marginTop="2dp"
            android:layout_marginStart="2dp"
            android:layout_marginEnd="6dp">

        <ImageView
            android:id="@+id/user_thumb"
            android:src="@drawable/default_profile"
            android:layout_width="32dp"
            android:layout_height="32dp" />

        </android.support.v7.widget.CardView>

How to call a .NET Webservice from Android using KSOAP2?

It's very simple. You are getting the result into an Object which is a primitive one.

Your code:

Object result = (Object)envelope.getResponse();

Correct code:

SoapObject result=(SoapObject)envelope.getResponse();

//To get the data.
String resultData=result.getProperty(0).toString();
// 0 is the first object of data.

I think this should definitely work.

Disable scrolling on `<input type=number>`

function fixNumericScrolling() {
$$( "input[type=number]" ).addEvent( "mousewheel", function(e) {
    stopAll(e);     
} );
}

function stopAll(e) {
if( typeof( e.preventDefault               ) != "undefined" ) e.preventDefault();
if( typeof( e.stopImmediatePropagation     ) != "undefined" ) e.stopImmediatePropagation();
if( typeof( event ) != "undefined" ) {
    if( typeof( event.preventDefault           ) != "undefined" ) event.preventDefault();
    if( typeof( event.stopImmediatePropagation ) != "undefined" ) event.stopImmediatePropagation();
}

return false;
}

Splitting a continuous variable into equal sized groups

equal_freq from funModeling takes a vector and the number of bins (based on equal frequency):

das <- data.frame(anim=1:15,
                  wt=c(181,179,180.5,201,201.5,245,246.4,
                       189.3,301,354,369,205,199,394,231.3))

das$wt_bin=funModeling::equal_freq(das$wt, 3)

table(das$wt_bin)

#[179,201) [201,246) [246,394] 
#        5         5         5 

How can I make robocopy silent in the command line except for progress?

I did it by using the following options:

/njh /njs /ndl /nc /ns

Note that the file name still displays, but that's fine for me.

For more information on robocopy, go to http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc733145%28WS.10%29.aspx

HTTP Basic: Access denied fatal: Authentication failed

I use VS Code on my mac OS and GitLab for my project. I tried so many ways but it worked simply for me by resetting the remote origin of your project repository with the below command:

cd <local-project-repo-on-machine>
git remote set-url <remote-name> <remote-url>

for ex: git remote set-url origin https://<project-repository>.git

Hope it helps someone.

How do I use the CONCAT function in SQL Server 2008 R2?

CONCAT, as stated, is not supported prior to SQL Server 2012. However you can concatenate simply using the + operator as suggested. But beware, this operator will throw an error if the first operand is a number since it thinks will be adding and not concatenating. To resolve this issue just add '' in front. For example

someNumber + 'someString' + .... + lastVariableToConcatenate

will raise an error BUT '' + someNumber + 'someString' + ...... will work just fine.

Also, if there are two numbers to be concatenated make sure you add a '' between them, like so

.... + someNumber + '' + someOtherNumber + .....

Better naming in Tuple classes than "Item1", "Item2"

Up to C# 7.0, there was no way to do this short of defining your own type.

Excel: Can I create a Conditional Formula based on the Color of a Cell?

You can use this function (I found it here: http://excelribbon.tips.net/T010780_Colors_in_an_IF_Function.html):

Function GetFillColor(Rng As Range) As Long
    GetFillColor = Rng.Interior.ColorIndex
End Function

Here is an explanation, how to create user-defined functions: http://www.wikihow.com/Create-a-User-Defined-Function-in-Microsoft-Excel

In your worksheet, you can use the following: =GetFillColor(B5)

ReactJS map through Object

Map over the keys of the object using Object.keys():

{Object.keys(yourObject).map(function(key) {
  return <div>Key: {key}, Value: {yourObject[key]}</div>;
})}

What is The difference between ListBox and ListView

Listview derives from listbox control. One most important difference is listview uses the extended selection mode by default . listview also adds a property called view which enables you to customize the view in a richer way than a custom itemspanel. One real life example of listview with gridview is file explorer's details view. Listview with grid view is a less powerful data grid. After the introduction of datagrid control listview lost its importance.

How to initialize all the elements of an array to any specific value in java

Evidently you can use Arrays.fill(), The way you have it done also works though.

Compiler error: "initializer element is not a compile-time constant"

Because you are asking the compiler to initialize a static variable with code that is inherently dynamic.

useState set method not reflecting change immediately

Much like setState in Class components created by extending React.Component or React.PureComponent, the state update using the updater provided by useState hook is also asynchronous, and will not be reflected immediately.

Also, the main issue here is not just the asynchronous nature but the fact that state values are used by functions based on their current closures, and state updates will reflect in the next re-render by which the existing closures are not affected, but new ones are created. Now in the current state, the values within hooks are obtained by existing closures, and when a re-render happens, the closures are updated based on whether the function is recreated again or not.

Even if you add a setTimeout the function, though the timeout will run after some time by which the re-render would have happened, the setTimeout will still use the value from its previous closure and not the updated one.

setMovies(result);
console.log(movies) // movies here will not be updated

If you want to perform an action on state update, you need to use the useEffect hook, much like using componentDidUpdate in class components since the setter returned by useState doesn't have a callback pattern

useEffect(() => {
    // action on update of movies
}, [movies]);

As far as the syntax to update state is concerned, setMovies(result) will replace the previous movies value in the state with those available from the async request.

However, if you want to merge the response with the previously existing values, you must use the callback syntax of state updation along with the correct use of spread syntax like

setMovies(prevMovies => ([...prevMovies, ...result]));

How to find a string inside a entire database?

I usually use information_Schema.columns and information_schema.tables, although like @yuck said, sys.tables and sys.columns are shorter to type.

In a loop, concatenate these

@sql = @sql + 'select' + column_name + 
' from ' + table_name + 
' where ' + column_name ' like ''%''+value+''%' UNION

Then execute the resulting sql.

C# string reference type?

"A picture is worth a thousand words".

I have a simple example here, it's similar to your case.

string s1 = "abc";
string s2 = s1;
s1 = "def";
Console.WriteLine(s2);
// Output: abc

This is what happened:

enter image description here

  • Line 1 and 2: s1 and s2 variables reference to the same "abc" string object.
  • Line 3: Because strings are immutable, so the "abc" string object do not modify itself (to "def"), but a new "def" string object is created instead, and then s1 references to it.
  • Line 4: s2 still references to "abc" string object, so that's the output.

Hide a EditText & make it visible by clicking a menu

Try phoneNumber.setVisibility(View.GONE);

How do I Validate the File Type of a File Upload?

It's pretty simple using regulare expression validator.

<asp:RegularExpressionValidator
id="RegularExpressionValidator1"
runat="server"
ErrorMessage="Only zip file is allowed!"
ValidationExpression ="^.+(.zip|.ZIP)$"
ControlToValidate="FileUpload1"
> </asp:RegularExpressionValidator>

Client-Side Validation of File Types Permissible to Upload

Create an array of integers property in Objective-C

Like lucius said, it's not possible to have a C array property. Using an NSArray is the way to go. An array only stores objects, so you'd have to use NSNumbers to store your ints. With the new literal syntax, initialising it is very easy and straight-forward:

NSArray *doubleDigits = @[ @1, @2, @3, @4, @5, @6, @7, @8, @9, @10 ];

Or:

NSMutableArray *doubleDigits = [NSMutableArray array];

for (int n = 1; n <= 10; n++)
    [doubleDigits addObject:@(n)];

For more information: NSArray Class Reference, NSNumber Class Reference, Literal Syntax

Sorting Values of Set

If you sort the strings "12", "15" and "5" then "5" comes last because "5" > "1". i.e. the natural ordering of Strings doesn't work the way you expect.

If you want to store strings in your list but sort them numerically then you will need to use a comparator that handles this. e.g.

Collections.sort(list, new Comparator<String>() {
    public int compare(String o1, String o2) {
        Integer i1 = Integer.parseInt(o1);
        Integer i2 = Integer.parseInt(o2);
        return (i1 > i2 ? -1 : (i1 == i2 ? 0 : 1));
    }
});

Also, I think you are getting slightly mixed up between Collection types. A HashSet and a HashMap are different things.

How to exclude *AutoConfiguration classes in Spring Boot JUnit tests?

got into same kind of problem, wasn't able to exclude main spring boot class during testing. Solved it using following approach.

Instead of using @SpringBootApplication, use all three annotations which it contains and assign the name to @Configuration

@Configuration("myApp")
@EnableAutoConfiguration
@ComponentScan
public class MyApp { .. }

In your test class define configuration with exactly same name:

@RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
@WebAppConfiguration
// ugly hack how to exclude main configuration
@Configuration("myApp")
@SpringApplicationConfiguration(classes = MyTest.class)
public class MyTest { ... }

This should help. Would be nice to have some better way in place how to disable auto scanning for configuration annotations...

blur() vs. onblur()

This:

document.getElementById('myField').onblur();

works because your element (the <input>) has an attribute called "onblur" whose value is a function. Thus, you can call it. You're not telling the browser to simulate the actual "blur" event, however; there's no event object created, for example.

Elements do not have a "blur" attribute (or "method" or whatever), so that's why the first thing doesn't work.

How to get the background color code of an element in hex?

function getBackgroundColor($dom) {
    var bgColor = "";
    while ($dom[0].tagName.toLowerCase() != "html") {
      bgColor = $dom.css("background-color");
      if (bgColor != "rgba(0, 0, 0, 0)" && bgColor != "transparent") {
        break;
      }
      $dom = $dom.parent();
    }
    return bgColor;
  }

working properly under Chrome and Firefox

How to format a URL to get a file from Amazon S3?

Documentation here, and I'll use the Frankfurt region as an example.

There are 2 different URL styles:

But this url does not work:

The message is explicit: The bucket you are attempting to access must be addressed using the specified endpoint. Please send all future requests to this endpoint.

I may be talking about another problem because I'm not getting NoSuchKey error but I suspect the error message has been made clearer over time.

Ansible: copy a directory content to another directory

This I found an ideal solution for copying file from Ansible server to remote.

copying yaml file

- hosts: localhost
  user: {{ user }}
  connection: ssh
  become: yes
  gather_facts: no
  tasks:
   - name: Creation of directory on remote server
     file:
       path: /var/lib/jenkins/.aws
       state: directory
       mode: 0755
     register: result
   - debug: 
       var: result

   - name: get file names to copy
     command: "find conf/.aws -type f"
     register: files_to_copy

   - name: copy files
     copy:
      src: "{{ item }}" 
      dest: "/var/lib/jenkins/.aws"
      owner: {{ user }}
      group: {{ group }}
      remote_src: True
      mode: 0644
     with_items:
      - "{{ files_to_copy.stdout_lines }}"

"Parse Error : There is a problem parsing the package" while installing Android application

Another possibility is that you have saved the apk file into application PRIVATE folder and then try to install (by starting an intent from your code). in this case, when you start intent, you get error parsing package. In this case, the raised error is about permission issues. The point is saving the file into private folders is not a good practice, however if you really want to do that, you should write file in MODE_WORL_READABLE when you download it. Please consider that MODE_WORLD_READABLE is deprecated and this solution is not the best as it has some security issues. The best is to save your file in an external storage.

sklearn: Found arrays with inconsistent numbers of samples when calling LinearRegression.fit()

To analyze two arrays (array1 and array2) they need to meet the following two requirements:

1) They need to be a numpy.ndarray

Check with

type(array1)
# and
type(array2)

If that is not the case for at least one of them perform

array1 = numpy.ndarray(array1)
# or
array2 = numpy.ndarray(array2)

2) The dimensions need to be as follows:

array1.shape #shall give (N, 1)
array2.shape #shall give (N,)

N is the number of items that are in the array. To provide array1 with the right number of axes perform:

array1 = array1[:, numpy.newaxis]

Sending and receiving data over a network using TcpClient

I have had luck using the socket object directly (rather than the TCP client). I create a Server object that looks something like this (I've edited some stuff such as exception handling out for brevity, but I hope that the idea comes across.)...

public class Server()
{
    private Socket sock;
    // You'll probably want to initialize the port and address in the
    // constructor, or via accessors, but to start your server listening
    // on port 8080 and on any IP address available on the machine...
    private int port = 8080;
    private IPAddress addr = IPAddress.Any;

    // This is the method that starts the server listening.
    public void Start()
    {
        // Create the new socket on which we'll be listening.
        this.sock = new Socket(
            addr.AddressFamily,
            SocketType.Stream,
            ProtocolType.Tcp);
        // Bind the socket to the address and port.
        sock.Bind(new IPEndPoint(this.addr, this.port));
        // Start listening.
        this.sock.Listen(this.backlog);
        // Set up the callback to be notified when somebody requests
        // a new connection.
        this.sock.BeginAccept(this.OnConnectRequest, sock);
    }

    // This is the method that is called when the socket recives a request
    // for a new connection.
    private void OnConnectRequest(IAsyncResult result)
    {
        // Get the socket (which should be this listener's socket) from
        // the argument.
        Socket sock = (Socket)result.AsyncState;
        // Create a new client connection, using the primary socket to
        // spawn a new socket.
        Connection newConn = new Connection(sock.EndAccept(result));
        // Tell the listener socket to start listening again.
        sock.BeginAccept(this.OnConnectRequest, sock);
    }
}

Then, I use a separate Connection class to manage the individual connection with the remote host. That looks something like this...

public class Connection()
{
    private Socket sock;
    // Pick whatever encoding works best for you.  Just make sure the remote 
    // host is using the same encoding.
    private Encoding encoding = Encoding.UTF8;

    public Connection(Socket s)
    {
        this.sock = s;
        // Start listening for incoming data.  (If you want a multi-
        // threaded service, you can start this method up in a separate
        // thread.)
        this.BeginReceive();
    }

    // Call this method to set this connection's socket up to receive data.
    private void BeginReceive()
    {
        this.sock.BeginReceive(
                this.dataRcvBuf, 0,
                this.dataRcvBuf.Length,
                SocketFlags.None,
                new AsyncCallback(this.OnBytesReceived),
                this);
    }

    // This is the method that is called whenever the socket receives
    // incoming bytes.
    protected void OnBytesReceived(IAsyncResult result)
    {
        // End the data receiving that the socket has done and get
        // the number of bytes read.
        int nBytesRec = this.sock.EndReceive(result);
        // If no bytes were received, the connection is closed (at
        // least as far as we're concerned).
        if (nBytesRec <= 0)
        {
            this.sock.Close();
            return;
        }
        // Convert the data we have to a string.
        string strReceived = this.encoding.GetString(
            this.dataRcvBuf, 0, nBytesRec);

        // ...Now, do whatever works best with the string data.
        // You could, for example, look at each character in the string
        // one-at-a-time and check for characters like the "end of text"
        // character ('\u0003') from a client indicating that they've finished
        // sending the current message.  It's totally up to you how you want
        // the protocol to work.

        // Whenever you decide the connection should be closed, call 
        // sock.Close() and don't call sock.BeginReceive() again.  But as long 
        // as you want to keep processing incoming data...

        // Set up again to get the next chunk of data.
        this.sock.BeginReceive(
            this.dataRcvBuf, 0,
            this.dataRcvBuf.Length,
            SocketFlags.None,
            new AsyncCallback(this.OnBytesReceived),
            this);

    }
}

You can use your Connection object to send data by calling its Socket directly, like so...

this.sock.Send(this.encoding.GetBytes("Hello to you, remote host."));

As I said, I've tried to edit the code here for posting, so I apologize if there are any errors in it.

How to validate domain name in PHP?

I think once you have isolated the domain name, say, using Erklan's idea:

$myUrl = "http://www.domain.com/link.php";
$myParsedURL = parse_url($myUrl);
$myDomainName= $myParsedURL['host'];

you could use :

if( false === filter_var( $myDomainName, FILTER_VALIDATE_URL ) ) {
// failed test

}

PHP5s Filter functions are for just such a purpose I would have thought.

It does not strictly answer your question as it does not use Regex, I realise.

How to add an image to an svg container using D3.js

My team also wanted to add images inside d3-drawn circles, and came up with the following (fiddle):

index.html:

<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="timeline.css">
  <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/d3/3.5.17/d3.js"></script>
  <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.2.4.js"
    integrity="sha256-iT6Q9iMJYuQiMWNd9lDyBUStIq/8PuOW33aOqmvFpqI="
    crossorigin="anonymous"></script>
  <script src="./timeline.js"></script>
</head>
  <body>
    <div class="timeline"></div>
  </body>
</html>

timeline.css:

.axis path,
.axis line,
.tick line,
.line {
  fill: none;
  stroke: #000000;
  stroke-width: 1px;
}

timeline.js:

// container target
var elem = ".timeline";

var props = {
  width: 1000,
  height: 600,
  class: "timeline-point",

  // margins
  marginTop: 100,
  marginRight: 40,
  marginBottom: 100,
  marginLeft: 60,

  // data inputs
  data: [
    {
      x: 10,
      y: 20,
      key: "a",
      image: "https://unsplash.it/300/300",
      id: "a"
    },
    {
      x: 20,
      y: 10,
      key: "a",
      image: "https://unsplash.it/300/300",
      id: "b"
    },
    {
      x: 60,
      y: 30,
      key: "a",
      image: "https://unsplash.it/300/300",
      id: "c"
    },
    {
      x: 40,
      y: 30,
      key: "a",
      image: "https://unsplash.it/300/300",
      id: "d"
    },
    {
      x: 50,
      y: 70,
      key: "a",
      image: "https://unsplash.it/300/300",
      id: "e"
    },
    {
      x: 30,
      y: 50,
      key: "a",
      image: "https://unsplash.it/300/300",
      id: "f"
    },
    {
      x: 50,
      y: 60,
      key: "a",
      image: "https://unsplash.it/300/300",
      id: "g"
    }
  ],

  // y label
  yLabel: "Y label",
  yLabelLength: 50,

  // axis ticks
  xTicks: 10,
  yTicks: 10

}

// component start
var Timeline = {};

/***
*
* Create the svg canvas on which the chart will be rendered
*
***/

Timeline.create = function(elem, props) {

  // build the chart foundation
  var svg = d3.select(elem).append('svg')
      .attr('width', props.width)
      .attr('height', props.height);

  var g = svg.append('g')
      .attr('class', 'point-container')
      .attr("transform",
              "translate(" + props.marginLeft + "," + props.marginTop + ")");

  var g = svg.append('g')
      .attr('class', 'line-container')
      .attr("transform", 
              "translate(" + props.marginLeft + "," + props.marginTop + ")");

  var xAxis = g.append('g')
    .attr("class", "x axis")
    .attr("transform", "translate(0," + (props.height - props.marginTop - props.marginBottom) + ")");

  var yAxis = g.append('g')
    .attr("class", "y axis");

  svg.append("text")
    .attr("class", "y label")
    .attr("text-anchor", "end")
    .attr("y", 1)
    .attr("x", 0 - ((props.height - props.yLabelLength)/2) )
    .attr("dy", ".75em")
    .attr("transform", "rotate(-90)")
    .text(props.yLabel);

  // add placeholders for the axes
  this.update(elem, props);
};

/***
*
* Update the svg scales and lines given new data
*
***/

Timeline.update = function(elem, props) {
  var self = this;
  var domain = self.getDomain(props);
  var scales = self.scales(elem, props, domain);

  self.drawPoints(elem, props, scales);
};


/***
*
* Use the range of values in the x,y attributes
* of the incoming data to identify the plot domain
*
***/

Timeline.getDomain = function(props) {
  var domain = {};
  domain.x = props.xDomain || d3.extent(props.data, function(d) { return d.x; });
  domain.y = props.yDomain || d3.extent(props.data, function(d) { return d.y; });
  return domain;
};


/***
*
* Compute the chart scales
*
***/

Timeline.scales = function(elem, props, domain) {

  if (!domain) {
    return null;
  }

  var width = props.width - props.marginRight - props.marginLeft;
  var height = props.height - props.marginTop - props.marginBottom;

  var x = d3.scale.linear()
    .range([0, width])
    .domain(domain.x);

  var y = d3.scale.linear()
    .range([height, 0])
    .domain(domain.y);

  return {x: x, y: y};
};


/***
*
* Create the chart axes
*
***/

Timeline.axes = function(props, scales) {

  var xAxis = d3.svg.axis()
    .scale(scales.x)
    .orient("bottom")
    .ticks(props.xTicks)
    .tickFormat(d3.format("d"));

  var yAxis = d3.svg.axis()
    .scale(scales.y)
    .orient("left")
    .ticks(props.yTicks);

  return {
    xAxis: xAxis,
    yAxis: yAxis
  }
};


/***
*
* Use the general update pattern to draw the points
*
***/

Timeline.drawPoints = function(elem, props, scales, prevScales, dispatcher) {
  var g = d3.select(elem).selectAll('.point-container');
  var color = d3.scale.category10();

  // add images
  var image = g.selectAll('.image')
    .data(props.data)

  image.enter()
    .append("pattern")
    .attr("id", function(d) {return d.id})
    .attr("class", "svg-image")
    .attr("x", "0")
    .attr("y", "0")
    .attr("height", "70px")
    .attr("width", "70px")
    .append("image")
      .attr("x", "0")
      .attr("y", "0")
      .attr("height", "70px")
      .attr("width", "70px")
      .attr("xlink:href", function(d) {return d.image})

  var point = g.selectAll('.point')
    .data(props.data);

  // enter
  point.enter()
    .append("circle")
      .attr("class", "point")
      .on('mouseover', function(d) {
        d3.select(elem).selectAll(".point").classed("active", false);
        d3.select(this).classed("active", true);
        if (props.onMouseover) {
          props.onMouseover(d)
        };
      })
      .on('mouseout', function(d) {
        if (props.onMouseout) {
          props.onMouseout(d)
        };
      })

  // enter and update
  point.transition()
    .duration(1000)
    .attr("cx", function(d) {
      return scales.x(d.x); 
    })
    .attr("cy", function(d) { 
      return scales.y(d.y); 
    })
    .attr("r", 30)
    .style("stroke", function(d) {
      if (props.pointStroke) {
        return d.color = props.pointStroke;
      } else {
        return d.color = color(d.key);
      }
    })
    .style("fill", function(d) {
      if (d.image) {
        return ("url(#" + d.id + ")");
      }

      if (props.pointFill) {
        return d.color = props.pointFill;
      } else {
        return d.color = color(d.key);
      }
    });

  // exit
  point.exit()
    .remove();

  // update the axes
  var axes = this.axes(props, scales);
  d3.select(elem).selectAll('g.x.axis')
    .transition()
    .duration(1000)
    .call(axes.xAxis);

  d3.select(elem).selectAll('g.y.axis')
    .transition()
    .duration(1000)
    .call(axes.yAxis);
};


$(document).ready(function() {
  Timeline.create(elem, props);
})

Don't reload application when orientation changes

It's my experience that it's actually better to just deal with the orientation changes properly instead of trying to shoehorn a non-default behavior.

You should save the image that's currently being displayed in onSaveInstanceState() and restore it properly when your application runs through onCreate() again.