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"Could not find Developer Disk Image"

To run the project to latest devices from the older versions of Xcode, follow the following steps :

Go To Finder -> Applications -> Right Click on latest Xcode version -> select show package content -> Developer -> Platforms -> iPhoneOS.platform -> DeviceSupport -> Copy the latest version folder and paste at the same location of your old Xcode i.e in the DeviceSupport folder of your old Xcode.

Then Restart Xcode.enter image description here

How to prevent default event handling in an onclick method?

Give a class or id to the element and use jquery function unbind();

$(".slide_prevent").click(function(){
                $(".slide_prevent").unbind();
              });

The split() method in Java does not work on a dot (.)

The documentation on split() says:

Splits this string around matches of the given regular expression.

(Emphasis mine.)

A dot is a special character in regular expression syntax. Use Pattern.quote() on the parameter to split() if you want the split to be on a literal string pattern:

String[] words = temp.split(Pattern.quote("."));

jQuery removeClass wildcard

You could also use the className property of the element's DOM object:

var $hello = $('#hello');
$('#hello').attr('class', $hello.get(0).className.replace(/\bcolor-\S+/g, ''));

How do you clone a Git repository into a specific folder?

The example I think a lot of people asking this question are after is this. If you are in the directory you want the contents of the git repository dumped to, run:

git clone [email protected]:whatever .

The "." at the end specifies the current folder as the checkout folder.

Using HTML5 file uploads with AJAX and jQuery

With jQuery (and without FormData API) you can use something like this:

function readFile(file){
   var loader = new FileReader();
   var def = $.Deferred(), promise = def.promise();

   //--- provide classic deferred interface
   loader.onload = function (e) { def.resolve(e.target.result); };
   loader.onprogress = loader.onloadstart = function (e) { def.notify(e); };
   loader.onerror = loader.onabort = function (e) { def.reject(e); };
   promise.abort = function () { return loader.abort.apply(loader, arguments); };

   loader.readAsBinaryString(file);

   return promise;
}

function upload(url, data){
    var def = $.Deferred(), promise = def.promise();
    var mul = buildMultipart(data);
    var req = $.ajax({
        url: url,
        data: mul.data,
        processData: false,
        type: "post",
        async: true,
        contentType: "multipart/form-data; boundary="+mul.bound,
        xhr: function() {
            var xhr = jQuery.ajaxSettings.xhr();
            if (xhr.upload) {

                xhr.upload.addEventListener('progress', function(event) {
                    var percent = 0;
                    var position = event.loaded || event.position; /*event.position is deprecated*/
                    var total = event.total;
                    if (event.lengthComputable) {
                        percent = Math.ceil(position / total * 100);
                        def.notify(percent);
                    }                    
                }, false);
            }
            return xhr;
        }
    });
    req.done(function(){ def.resolve.apply(def, arguments); })
       .fail(function(){ def.reject.apply(def, arguments); });

    promise.abort = function(){ return req.abort.apply(req, arguments); }

    return promise;
}

var buildMultipart = function(data){
    var key, crunks = [], bound = false;
    while (!bound) {
        bound = $.md5 ? $.md5(new Date().valueOf()) : (new Date().valueOf());
        for (key in data) if (~data[key].indexOf(bound)) { bound = false; continue; }
    }

    for (var key = 0, l = data.length; key < l; key++){
        if (typeof(data[key].value) !== "string") {
            crunks.push("--"+bound+"\r\n"+
                "Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\""+data[key].name+"\"; filename=\""+data[key].value[1]+"\"\r\n"+
                "Content-Type: application/octet-stream\r\n"+
                "Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary\r\n\r\n"+
                data[key].value[0]);
        }else{
            crunks.push("--"+bound+"\r\n"+
                "Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\""+data[key].name+"\"\r\n\r\n"+
                data[key].value);
        }
    }

    return {
        bound: bound,
        data: crunks.join("\r\n")+"\r\n--"+bound+"--"
    };
};

//----------
//---------- On submit form:
var form = $("form");
var $file = form.find("#file");
readFile($file[0].files[0]).done(function(fileData){
   var formData = form.find(":input:not('#file')").serializeArray();
   formData.file = [fileData, $file[0].files[0].name];
   upload(form.attr("action"), formData).done(function(){ alert("successfully uploaded!"); });
});

With FormData API you just have to add all fields of your form to FormData object and send it via $.ajax({ url: url, data: formData, processData: false, contentType: false, type:"POST"})

Fastest method of screen capturing on Windows

In my Impression, the GDI approach and the DX approach are different in its nature. painting using GDI applies the FLUSH method, the FLUSH approach draws the frame then clear it and redraw another frame in the same buffer, this will result in flickering in games require high frame rate.

  1. WHY DX quicker? in DX (or graphics world), a more mature method called double buffer rendering is applied, where two buffers are present, when present the front buffer to the hardware, you can render to the other buffer as well, then after the frame 1 is finished rendering, the system swap to the other buffer( locking it for presenting to hardware , and release the previous buffer ), in this way the rendering inefficiency is greatly improved.
  2. WHY turning down hardware acceleration quicker? although with double buffer rendering, the FPS is improved, but the time for rendering is still limited. modern graphic hardware usually involves a lot of optimization during rendering typically like anti-aliasing, this is very computation intensive, if you don't require that high quality graphics, of course you can just disable this option. and this will save you some time.

I think what you really need is a replay system, which I totally agree with what people discussed.

How to sort an array of ints using a custom comparator?

Here is some code (it's actually not Timsort as I originally thought, but it does work well) that does the trick without any boxing/unboxing. In my tests, it works 3-4 times faster than using Collections.sort with a List wrapper around the array.

// This code has been contributed by 29AjayKumar 
// from: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/sort/

static final int sortIntArrayWithComparator_RUN = 32; 

// this function sorts array from left index to  
// to right index which is of size atmost RUN  
static void sortIntArrayWithComparator_insertionSort(int[] arr, IntComparator comparator, int left, int right) { 
    for (int i = left + 1; i <= right; i++)  
    { 
        int temp = arr[i]; 
        int j = i - 1; 
        while (j >= left && comparator.compare(arr[j], temp) > 0)
        { 
            arr[j + 1] = arr[j]; 
            j--; 
        } 
        arr[j + 1] = temp; 
    } 
} 

// merge function merges the sorted runs  
static void sortIntArrayWithComparator_merge(int[] arr, IntComparator comparator, int l, int m, int r) { 
    // original array is broken in two parts  
    // left and right array  
    int len1 = m - l + 1, len2 = r - m; 
    int[] left = new int[len1]; 
    int[] right = new int[len2]; 
    for (int x = 0; x < len1; x++)  
    { 
        left[x] = arr[l + x]; 
    } 
    for (int x = 0; x < len2; x++)  
    { 
        right[x] = arr[m + 1 + x]; 
    } 

    int i = 0; 
    int j = 0; 
    int k = l; 

    // after comparing, we merge those two array  
    // in larger sub array  
    while (i < len1 && j < len2)  
    { 
        if (comparator.compare(left[i], right[j]) <= 0)
        { 
            arr[k] = left[i]; 
            i++; 
        } 
        else 
        { 
            arr[k] = right[j]; 
            j++; 
        } 
        k++; 
    } 

    // copy remaining elements of left, if any  
    while (i < len1) 
    { 
        arr[k] = left[i]; 
        k++; 
        i++; 
    } 

    // copy remaining element of right, if any  
    while (j < len2)  
    { 
        arr[k] = right[j]; 
        k++; 
        j++; 
    } 
} 

// iterative sort function to sort the  
// array[0...n-1] (similar to merge sort)  
static void sortIntArrayWithComparator(int[] arr, IntComparator comparator) { sortIntArrayWithComparator(arr, lIntArray(arr), comparator); }
static void sortIntArrayWithComparator(int[] arr, int n, IntComparator comparator) { 
    // Sort individual subarrays of size RUN  
    for (int i = 0; i < n; i += sortIntArrayWithComparator_RUN)  
    { 
        sortIntArrayWithComparator_insertionSort(arr, comparator, i, Math.min((i + 31), (n - 1))); 
    } 

    // start merging from size RUN (or 32). It will merge  
    // to form size 64, then 128, 256 and so on ....  
    for (int size = sortIntArrayWithComparator_RUN; size < n; size = 2 * size)  
    { 
          
        // pick starting point of left sub array. We  
        // are going to merge arr[left..left+size-1]  
        // and arr[left+size, left+2*size-1]  
        // After every merge, we increase left by 2*size  
        for (int left = 0; left < n; left += 2 * size)  
        { 
              
            // find ending point of left sub array  
            // mid+1 is starting point of right sub array  
            int mid = Math.min(left + size - 1, n - 1);
            int right = Math.min(left + 2 * size - 1, n - 1); 

            // merge sub array arr[left.....mid] &  
            // arr[mid+1....right]  
            sortIntArrayWithComparator_merge(arr, comparator, left, mid, right); 
        } 
    } 
}

static int lIntArray(int[] a) {
  return a == null ? 0 : a.length;
}

static interface IntComparator {
  int compare(int a, int b);
}

How to convert a String to Bytearray

Here is the same function that @BrunoLM posted converted to a String prototype function:

String.prototype.getBytes = function () {
  var bytes = [];
  for (var i = 0; i < this.length; ++i) {
    bytes.push(this.charCodeAt(i));
  }
  return bytes;
};

If you define the function as such, then you can call the .getBytes() method on any string:

var str = "Hello World!";
var bytes = str.getBytes();

how to set radio option checked onload with jQuery

This one will cause form.reset() failure:

$('input:radio[name=gender][value=Male]').attr('checked', true);

But this one works:

$('input:radio[name=gender][value=Male]').click();

Return index of highest value in an array

My solution is:

$maxs = array_keys($array, max($array))

Note:
this way you can retrieve every key related to a given max value.

If you are interested only in one key among all simply use $maxs[0]

Example of SOAP request authenticated with WS-UsernameToken

The Hash Password Support and Token Assertion Parameters in Metro 1.2 explains very nicely what a UsernameToken with Digest Password looks like:

Digest Password Support

The WSS 1.1 Username Token Profile allows digest passwords to be sent in a wsse:UsernameToken of a SOAP message. Two more optional elements are included in the wsse:UsernameToken in this case: wsse:Nonce and wsse:Created. A nonce is a random value that the sender creates to include in each UsernameToken that it sends. A creation time is added to combine nonces to a "freshness" time period. The Password Digest in this case is calculated as:

Password_Digest = Base64 ( SHA-1 ( nonce + created + password ) )

This is how a UsernameToken with Digest Password looks like:

<wsse:UsernameToken wsu:Id="uuid_faf0159a-6b13-4139-a6da-cb7b4100c10c">
   <wsse:Username>Alice</wsse:Username>
   <wsse:Password Type="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/2004/01/oasis-200401-wss-username-token-profile-1.0#PasswordDigest">6S3P2EWNP3lQf+9VC3emNoT57oQ=</wsse:Password>
   <wsse:Nonce EncodingType="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/2004/01/oasis-200401-wss-soap-message-security-1.0#Base64Binary">YF6j8V/CAqi+1nRsGLRbuZhi</wsse:Nonce>
   <wsu:Created>2008-04-28T10:02:11Z</wsu:Created>
</wsse:UsernameToken>

How do I use checkboxes in an IF-THEN statement in Excel VBA 2010?

If Sheets("Sheet1").OLEObjects("CheckBox1").Object.Value = True Then

I believe Tim is right. You have a Form Control. For that you have to use this

If ActiveSheet.Shapes("Check Box 1").ControlFormat.Value = 1 Then

How should I validate an e-mail address?

use android:inputType="textEmailAddress" as below:

       <EditText
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:hint="email"
        android:inputType="textEmailAddress"
        android:id="@+id/email"
        />

and:

       boolean isEmailValid(CharSequence email) {
        return android.util.Patterns.EMAIL_ADDRESS.matcher(email)
                .matches();
      }

AngularJS ng-class if-else expression

This is the best and reliable way to do this. Here is a simple example and after that you can develop your custom logic:

//In .ts
public showUploadButton:boolean = false;

if(some logic)
{
    //your logic
    showUploadButton = true;
}

//In template
<button [class]="showUploadButton ? 'btn btn-default': 'btn btn-info'">Upload</button>

Using a dictionary to select function to execute

Often classes are used to enclose methods and following is the extension for answers above with default method in case the method is not found.

class P:

     def p1(self):
         print('Start')

     def p2(self):
         print('Help')

     def ps(self):
         print('Settings')

     def d(self):
         print('Default function')

     myDict = {
         "start": p1,
         "help": p2,
         "settings": ps
     }

     def call_it(self):
         name = 'start'
         f = lambda self, x : self.myDict.get(x, lambda x : self.d())(self)
         f(self, name)


 p = P()
 p.call_it()

Display TIFF image in all web browser

This comes down to browser image support; it looks like the only mainstream browser that supports tiff is Safari:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_web_browsers#Image_format_support

Where are you getting the tiff images from? Is it possible for them to be generated in a different format?

If you have a static set of images then I'd recommend using something like PaintShop Pro to batch convert them, changing the format.

If this isn't an option then there might be some mileage in looking for a pre-written Java applet (or another browser plugin) that can display the images in the browser.

Stash just a single file

You can interactively stash single lines with git stash -p (analogous to git add -p).

It doesn't take a filename, but you could just skip other files with d until you reached the file you want stashed and the stash all changes in there with a.

jQuery - Getting form values for ajax POST

try as this code.

$.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: "http://rt.ja.com/includes/register.php?submit=1",
        data: "username="+username+"&email="+email+"&password="+password+"&passconf="+passconf,

        success: function(html)
        {   
            //alert(html);
            $('#userError').html(html);
            $("#userError").html(userChar);
            $("#userError").html(userTaken);
        }
    });

i think this will work definitely..

you can also use .serialize() function for sending data via jquery Ajax..

i.e: data : $("#registerSubmit").serialize()

Thanks.

How to use sha256 in php5.3.0

Could this be a typo? (two Ps in ppasscode, intended?)

$_POST['ppasscode'];

I would make sure and do:

print_r($_POST);

and make sure the data is accurate there, and then echo out what it should look like:

echo hash('sha256', $_POST['ppasscode']);

Compare this output to what you have in the database (manually). By doing this you're exploring your possible points of failure:

  1. Getting password from form
  2. hashing the password
  3. stored password
  4. comparison of the two.

How to align LinearLayout at the center of its parent?

Please try this in your linear layout

android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"
android:layout_centerVertical="true"

Remove Blank option from Select Option with AngularJS

Use ng-value instead of value.

$scope.allRecs = [{"text":"hello"},{"text":"bye"}];
$scope.X = 0;

and then in html file should be like:

<select ng-model="X">  
     <option ng-repeat="oneRec in allRecs track by $index" ng-value="$index">{{oneRec.text}}</option>
</select>

How to add a class to a given element?

When the work I'm doing doesn't warrant using a library, I use these two functions:

function addClass( classname, element ) {
    var cn = element.className;
    //test for existance
    if( cn.indexOf( classname ) != -1 ) {
        return;
    }
    //add a space if the element already has class
    if( cn != '' ) {
        classname = ' '+classname;
    }
    element.className = cn+classname;
}

function removeClass( classname, element ) {
    var cn = element.className;
    var rxp = new RegExp( "\\s?\\b"+classname+"\\b", "g" );
    cn = cn.replace( rxp, '' );
    element.className = cn;
}

Moment.js - tomorrow, today and yesterday

I use a combination of add() and endOf() with moment

//...
const today = moment().endOf('day')
const tomorrow = moment().add(1, 'day').endOf('day')

if (date < today) return 'today'
if (date < tomorrow) return 'tomorrow'
return 'later'
//...

Authenticated HTTP proxy with Java

Most of the answer is in existing replies, but for me not quite. This is what works for me with java.net.HttpURLConnection (I have tested all the cases with JDK 7 and JDK 8). Note that you do not have to use the Authenticator class.

Case 1 : Proxy without user authentication, access HTTP resources

-Dhttp.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttp.proxyPort=myport

Case 2 : Proxy with user authentication, access HTTP resources

-Dhttp.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttp.proxyPort=myport -Dhttps.proxyUser=myuser -Dhttps.proxyPassword=mypass

Case 3 : Proxy without user authentication, access HTTPS resources (SSL)

-Dhttps.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttps.proxyPort=myport 

Case 4 : Proxy with user authentication, access HTTPS resources (SSL)

-Dhttps.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttps.proxyPort=myport -Dhttps.proxyUser=myuser -Dhttps.proxyPassword=mypass

Case 5 : Proxy without user authentication, access both HTTP and HTTPS resources (SSL)

-Dhttp.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttp.proxyPort=myport -Dhttps.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttps.proxyPort=myport 

Case 6 : Proxy with user authentication, access both HTTP and HTTPS resources (SSL)

-Dhttp.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttp.proxyPort=myport -Dhttp.proxyUser=myuser -Dhttp.proxyPassword=mypass -Dhttps.proxyHost=myproxy -Dhttps.proxyPort=myport -Dhttps.proxyUser=myuser -Dhttps.proxyPassword=mypass

You can set the properties in the with System.setProperty("key", "value) too.

To access HTTPS resource you may have to trust the resource by downloading the server certificate and saving it in a trust store and then using that trust store. ie

 System.setProperty("javax.net.ssl.trustStore", "c:/temp/cert-factory/my-cacerts");
 System.setProperty("javax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword", "changeit");

Using scp to copy a file to Amazon EC2 instance?

First you should change the mode of .pem file from read and write mode to read only mode. This can be done just by a single command in terminal sudo chmod 400 your_public_key.pem

How to find tags with only certain attributes - BeautifulSoup

Just pass it as an argument of findAll:

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

How to get an IFrame to be responsive in iOS Safari?

This issue is also present on iOS Chrome.

I glanced through all the solutions above, most are very hacky.

If you don't need support for older browsers, just set the iframe width to 100vw;

iframe {
  max-width: 100%; /* Limits width to 100% of container */
  width: 100vw; /* Sets width to 100% of the viewport width while respecting the max-width above */
}

Note : Check support for viewport units https://caniuse.com/#feat=viewport-units

How to do vlookup and fill down (like in Excel) in R?

I think you can also use match():

largetable$HouseTypeNo <- with(lookup,
                     HouseTypeNo[match(largetable$HouseType,
                                       HouseType)])

This still works if I scramble the order of lookup.

Checking cin input stream produces an integer

I prefer to use <limits> to check for an int until it is passed.

#include <iostream>
#include <limits> //std::numeric_limits

using std::cout, std::endl, std::cin;

int main() {
    int num;
    while(!(cin >> num)){  //check the Input format for integer the right way
        cin.clear();
        cin.ignore(std::numeric_limits<std::streamsize>::max(), '\n');
        cout << "Invalid input.  Reenter the number: ";
      };

    cout << "output= " << num << endl;

    return 0;
}

How can I draw circle through XML Drawable - Android?

no need for the padding or the corners.

here's a sample:

<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:shape="oval" >
    <gradient android:startColor="#FFFF0000" android:endColor="#80FF00FF"
        android:angle="270"/>
</shape>

based on :

https://stackoverflow.com/a/10104037/878126

React - How to force a function component to render?

This can be done without explicitly using hooks provided you add a prop to your component and a state to the stateless component's parent component:

const ParentComponent = props => {
  const [updateNow, setUpdateNow] = useState(true)

  const updateFunc = () => {
    setUpdateNow(!updateNow)
  }

  const MyComponent = props => {
    return (<div> .... </div>)
  }

  const MyButtonComponent = props => {
    return (<div> <input type="button" onClick={props.updateFunc} />.... </div>)
  }

  return (
    <div> 
      <MyComponent updateMe={updateNow} />
      <MyButtonComponent updateFunc={updateFunc}/>
    </div>
  )
}

Simulate limited bandwidth from within Chrome?

I don't think what you ask can be done by chrome alone. The closest I could find was this, which isn't what you want. I getting a chrome plugin to do it would be Hard.

A web proxy running on your local machine could achieve the effect you want. A search for "throttling proxy" came up with this, for example.

Unlocking tables if thread is lost

With Sequel Pro:

Restarting the app unlocked my tables. It resets the session connection.

NOTE: I was doing this for a site on my local machine.

Display a angular variable in my html page

In your template, you have access to all the variables that are members of the current $scope. So, tobedone should be $scope.tobedone, and then you can display it with {{tobedone}}, or [[tobedone]] in your case.

Where to download Microsoft Visual c++ 2003 redistributable

Storm's answer is not correct. No hard feelings Storm, and apologies to the OP as I'm a bit late to the party here (wish I could have helped sooner, but I didn't run into the problem until today, or this stack overflow answer until I was figuring out a solution.)

The Visual C++ 2003 runtime was not available as a seperate download because it was included with the .NET 1.1 runtime.

If you install the .NET 1.1 runtime you will get msvcr71.dll installed, and in addition added to C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322.

The .NET 1.1 runtime is available here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=262d25e3-f589-4842-8157-034d1e7cf3a3&displaylang=en (23.1 MB)

If you are looking for a file that ends with a "P" such as msvcp71.dll, this indicates that your file was compiled against a C++ runtime (as opposed to a C runtime), in some situations I noticed these files were only installed when I installed the full SDK. If you need one of these files, you may need to install the full .NET 1.1 SDK as well, which is available here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=9b3a2ca6-3647-4070-9f41-a333c6b9181d (106.2 MB)

After installing the SDK I now have both msvcr71.dll and msvcp71.dll in my System32 folder, and the application I'm trying to run (boomerang c++ decompiler) works fine without any missing DLL errors.

Also on a side note: be VERY aware of the difference between a Hotfix Update and a Regular Update. As noted in the linked KB932298 download (linked below by Storm): "Please be aware this Hotfix has not gone through full Microsoft product regression testing nor has it been tested in combination with other Hotfixes."

Hotfixes are NOT meant for general users, but rather users who are facing a very specific problem. As described in the article only install that Hotfix if you are have having specific daylight savings time issues with the rules that changed in 2007. -- Likely this was a pre-release for customers who "just couldn't wait" for the official update (probably for some business critical application) -- for regular users Windows Update should be all you need.

Thanks, and I hope this helps others who run into this issue!

Update Jenkins from a war file

If you have installed Jenkins via apt-get, you should also update Jenkins via apt-get to avoid future problems. Updating should work via "apt-get update" and then "apt-get upgrade".

For details visit the following URL:

https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Installing+Jenkins+on+Ubuntu

MySQL: selecting rows where a column is null

I had the same issue when converting databases from Access to MySQL (using vb.net to communicate with the database).

I needed to assess if a field (field type varchar(1)) was null.

This statement worked for my scenario:

SELECT * FROM [table name] WHERE [field name] = ''

Cannot find vcvarsall.bat when running a Python script

Note that there is a very simple solution.

  1. Download the software from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44266 and install it.

  2. Find the installing directory, it is something like "C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Local\Programs\Common\Microsoft\Visual C++ for Python"

  3. Change the directory name "C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Local\Programs\Common\Microsoft\Visual C++ for Python\9.0" to "C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Local\Programs\Common\Microsoft\Visual C++ for Python\VC"

  4. Add a new environment variable "VS90COMNTOOLS" and its value is "C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Local\Programs\Common\Microsoft\Visual C++ for Python\VC\VC"

Now everything is OK.

Excel doesn't update value unless I hit Enter

Select all the data and use the option "Text to Columns", that will allow your data for Applying Number Formatting ERIK

Base64: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Illegal character

The Base64.Encoder.encodeToString method automatically uses the ISO-8859-1 character set.

For an encryption utility I am writing, I took the input string of cipher text and Base64 encoded it for transmission, then reversed the process. Relevant parts shown below. NOTE: My file.encoding property is set to ISO-8859-1 upon invocation of the JVM so that may also have a bearing.

static String getBase64EncodedCipherText(String cipherText) {
    byte[] cText = cipherText.getBytes();
    // return an ISO-8859-1 encoded String
    return Base64.getEncoder().encodeToString(cText);
}

static String getBase64DecodedCipherText(String encodedCipherText) throws IOException {
    return new String((Base64.getDecoder().decode(encodedCipherText)));
}

public static void main(String[] args) {
    try {
        String cText = getRawCipherText(null, "Hello World of Encryption...");

        System.out.println("Text to encrypt/encode: Hello World of Encryption...");
        // This output is a simple sanity check to display that the text
        // has indeed been converted to a cipher text which 
        // is unreadable by all but the most intelligent of programmers.
        // It is absolutely inhuman of me to do such a thing, but I am a
        // rebel and cannot be trusted in any way.  Please look away.
        System.out.println("RAW CIPHER TEXT: " + cText);
        cText = getBase64EncodedCipherText(cText);
        System.out.println("BASE64 ENCODED: " + cText);
        // There he goes again!!
        System.out.println("BASE64 DECODED:  " + getBase64DecodedCipherText(cText));
        System.out.println("DECODED CIPHER TEXT: " + decodeRawCipherText(null, getBase64DecodedCipherText(cText)));
    } catch (Exception e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }

}

The output looks like:

Text to encrypt/encode: Hello World of Encryption...
RAW CIPHER TEXT: q$;?C?l??<8??U???X[7l
BASE64 ENCODED: HnEPJDuhQ+qDbInUCzw4gx0VDqtVwef+WFs3bA==
BASE64 DECODED:  q$;?C?l??<8??U???X[7l``
DECODED CIPHER TEXT: Hello World of Encryption...

how to find host name from IP with out login to the host

If you are specifically looking for a Windows machine, try below command:

nbtstat -a 10.228.42.57

What's the difference between a Future and a Promise?

Not sure if this can be an answer but as I see what others have said for someone it may look like you need two separate abstractions for both of these concepts so that one of them (Future) is just a read-only view of the other (Promise) ... but actually this is not needed.

For example take a look at how promises are defined in javascript:

https://promisesaplus.com/

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Promise

The focus is on the composability using the then method like:

asyncOp1()
.then(function(op1Result){
  // do something
  return asyncOp2();
})
.then(function(op2Result){
  // do something more
  return asyncOp3();
})
.then(function(op3Result){
  // do something even more
  return syncOp4(op3Result);
})
...
.then(function(result){
  console.log(result);
})
.catch(function(error){
  console.log(error);
})

which makes asynchronous computation to look like synchronous:

try {
  op1Result = syncOp1();
  // do something
  op1Result = syncOp2();
  // do something more
  op3Result = syncOp3();
  // do something even more
  syncOp4(op3Result);
  ...
  console.log(result);
} catch(error) {
  console.log(error);
}

which is pretty cool. (Not as cool as async-await but async-await just removes the boilerplate ....then(function(result) {.... from it).

And actually their abstraction is pretty good as the promise constructor

new Promise( function(resolve, reject) { /* do it */ } );

allows you to provide two callbacks which can be used to either complete the Promise successfully or with an error. So that only the code that constructs the Promise can complete it and the code that receives an already constructed Promise object has the read-only view.

With inheritance the above can be achieved if resolve and reject are protected methods.

Purpose of installing Twitter Bootstrap through npm?

  1. The point of using CDN is that it is faster, first of all, because it is a distributed network, but secondly, because the static files are being cached by the browsers and chances are high that, for example, the CDN's jquery library that your site uses had already been downloaded by the user's browser, and therefore the file had been cached, and therefore no unnecessary download is taking place. That being said, it is still a good idea to provide a fallback.

    Now, the point of bootstrap's npm package

    is that it provides bootstrap's javascript file as a module. As has been mentioned above, this makes it possible to require it using browserify, which is the most likely use case and, as I understand it, the main reason for bootstrap being published on npm.

  2. How to use it

    Imagine the following project structure:

    project
    |-- node_modules
    |-- public
    |   |-- css
    |   |-- img
    |   |-- js
    |   |-- index.html
    |-- package.json
    
    

In your index.html you can reference both css and js files like this:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="../node_modules/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css">
<script src="../node_modules/bootstrap/dist/js/bootstrap.min.js"></script>

Which is the simplest way, and correct for the .css files. But it is much better to include the bootstrap.js file like this somewhere in your public/js/*.js files:

var bootstrap = require('bootstrap');

And you include this code only in those javascript files where you actually need bootstrap.js. Browserify takes care of including this file for you.

Now, the drawback is that you now have your front-end files as node_modules dependencies, and the node_modules folder is usually not checked in with git. I think this is the most controversial part, with many opinions and solutions.


UPDATE March 2017

Almost two years have passed since I wrote this answer and an update is in place.

Now the generally accepted way is to use a bundler like webpack (or another bundler of choice) to bundle all your assets in a build step.

Firstly, it allows you to use commonjs syntax just like browserify, so to include bootstrap js code in your project you do the same:

const bootstrap = require('bootstrap');

As for the css files, webpack has so called "loaders". They allow you write this in your js code:

require('bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.css');

and the css files will be "magically" included in your build. They will be dynamically added as <style /> tags when your app runs, but you can configure webpack to export them as a separate css file. You can read more about that in webpack's documentation.

In conclusion.

  1. You should "bundle" your app code with a bundler
  2. You shouldn't commit neither node_modules nor the dynamically built files to git. You can add a build script to npm which should be used to deploy files on server. Anyway, this can be done in different ways depending on your preferred build process.

Sheet.getRange(1,1,1,12) what does the numbers in bracket specify?

Found these docu on the google docu pages:

  • row --- int --- top row of the range
  • column --- int--- leftmost column of the range
  • optNumRows --- int --- number of rows in the range.
  • optNumColumns --- int --- number of columns in the range

In your example, you would get (if you picked the 3rd row) "C3:O3", cause C --> O is 12 columns

edit

Using the example on the docu:

// The code below will get the number of columns for the range C2:G8
// in the active spreadsheet, which happens to be "4"
var count = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getRange(2, 3, 6, 4).getNumColumns(); Browser.msgBox(count);

The values between brackets:
2: the starting row = 2
3: the starting col = C
6: the number of rows = 6 so from 2 to 8
4: the number of cols = 4 so from C to G

So you come to the range: C2:G8

PostgreSQL 'NOT IN' and subquery

When using NOT IN you should ensure that none of the values are NULL:

SELECT mac, creation_date 
FROM logs 
WHERE logs_type_id=11
AND mac NOT IN (
    SELECT mac
    FROM consols
    WHERE mac IS NOT NULL -- add this
)

Listen for key press in .NET console app

Addressing cases that some of the other answers don't handle well:

  • Responsive: direct execution of keypress handling code; avoids the vagaries of polling or blocking delays
  • Optionality: global keypress is opt-in; otherwise the app should exit normally
  • Separation of concerns: less invasive listening code; operates independently of normal console app code.

Many of the solutions on this page involve polling Console.KeyAvailable or blocking on Console.ReadKey. While it's true that the .NET Console is not very cooperative here, you can use Task.Run to move towards a more modern Async mode of listening.

The main issue to be aware of is that, by default, your console thread isn't set up for Async operation--meaning that, when you fall out of the bottom of your main function, instead of awaiting Async completions, your AppDoman and process will end. A proper way to address this would be to use Stephen Cleary's AsyncContext to establish full Async support in your single-threaded console program. But for simpler cases, like waiting for a keypress, installing a full trampoline may be overkill.

The example below would be for a console program used in some kind of iterative batch file. In this case, when the program is done with its work, normally it should exit without requiring a keypress, and then we allow an optional key press to prevent the app from exiting. We can pause the cycle to examine things, possibly resuming, or use the pause as a known 'control point' at which to cleanly break out of the batch file.

static void Main(String[] args)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Press any key to prevent exit...");
    var tHold = Task.Run(() => Console.ReadKey(true));

    // ... do your console app activity ...

    if (tHold.IsCompleted)
    {
#if false   // For the 'hold' state, you can simply halt forever...
        Console.WriteLine("Holding.");
        Thread.Sleep(Timeout.Infinite);
#else                            // ...or allow continuing to exit
        while (Console.KeyAvailable)
            Console.ReadKey(true);     // flush/consume any extras
        Console.WriteLine("Holding. Press 'Esc' to exit.");
        while (Console.ReadKey(true).Key != ConsoleKey.Escape)
            ;
#endif
    }
}

Nested rows with bootstrap grid system?

Adding to what @KyleMit said, consider using:

  • col-md-* classes for the larger outer columns
  • col-xs-* classes for the smaller inner columns

This will be useful when you view the page on different screen sizes.

On a small screen, the wrapping of larger outer columns will then happen while maintaining the smaller inner columns, if possible

Sort Dictionary by keys

Swift 5

Input your dictionary that you want to sort alphabetically by keys.

// Sort inputted dictionary with keys alphabetically.
func sortWithKeys(_ dict: [String: Any]) -> [String: Any] {
    let sorted = dict.sorted(by: { $0.key < $1.key })
    var newDict: [String: Any] = [:]
    for sortedDict in sorted {
        newDict[sortedDict.key] = sortedDict.value
    }
    return newDict
}

dict.sorted(by: { $0.key < $1.key }) by it self returns a tuple (value, value) instead of a dictionary [value: value]. Thus, the for loop parses the tuple to return as a dictionary. That way, you put in a dictionary & get a dictionary back.

How do I control how Emacs makes backup files?

You can disable them altogether by

(setq make-backup-files nil)

Change header background color of modal of twitter bootstrap

Add this class to your css file to override the bootstrap class.modal-header

.modal-header {
   background:#0480be;
}

It's important try to never edit Bootstrap CSS, in order to be able to update from the repo and not loose the changes made or break something in futures releases.

PHP AES encrypt / decrypt

$sDecrypted and $sEncrypted were undefined in your code. See a solution that works (but is not secure!):


STOP!

This example is insecure! Do not use it!


$Pass = "Passwort";
$Clear = "Klartext";        

$crypted = fnEncrypt($Clear, $Pass);
echo "Encrypred: ".$crypted."</br>";

$newClear = fnDecrypt($crypted, $Pass);
echo "Decrypred: ".$newClear."</br>";        

function fnEncrypt($sValue, $sSecretKey)
{
    return rtrim(
        base64_encode(
            mcrypt_encrypt(
                MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256,
                $sSecretKey, $sValue, 
                MCRYPT_MODE_ECB, 
                mcrypt_create_iv(
                    mcrypt_get_iv_size(
                        MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256, 
                        MCRYPT_MODE_ECB
                    ), 
                    MCRYPT_RAND)
                )
            ), "\0"
        );
}

function fnDecrypt($sValue, $sSecretKey)
{
    return rtrim(
        mcrypt_decrypt(
            MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256, 
            $sSecretKey, 
            base64_decode($sValue), 
            MCRYPT_MODE_ECB,
            mcrypt_create_iv(
                mcrypt_get_iv_size(
                    MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256,
                    MCRYPT_MODE_ECB
                ), 
                MCRYPT_RAND
            )
        ), "\0"
    );
}

But there are other problems in this code which make it insecure, in particular the use of ECB (which is not an encryption mode, only a building block on top of which encryption modes can be defined). See Fab Sa's answer for a quick fix of the worst problems and Scott's answer for how to do this right.

how to prevent adding duplicate keys to a javascript array

var a = [1,2,3], b = [4,1,5,2];

b.forEach(function(value){
  if (a.indexOf(value)==-1) a.push(value);
});

console.log(a);
// [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

For more details read up on Array.indexOf.

If you want to rely on jQuery, instead use jQuery.inArray:

$.each(b,function(value){
  if ($.inArray(value,a)==-1) a.push(value);
});

If all your values are simply and uniquely representable as strings, however, you should use an Object instead of an Array, for a potentially massive speed increase (as described in the answer by @JonathanSampson).

Python Socket Multiple Clients

#!/usr/bin/python
import sys
import os
import socket
s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)         
port = 50000

try:
    s.bind((socket.gethostname() , port))
except socket.error as msg:
    print(str(msg))
s.listen(10)
conn, addr = s.accept()  
print 'Got connection from'+addr[0]+':'+str(addr[1]))
while 1:
        msg = s.recv(1024)
        print +addr[0]+, ' >> ', msg
        msg = raw_input('SERVER >>'),host
        s.send(msg)
s.close()

Match groups in Python

Less efficient, but simpler-looking:

m0 = re.match("I love (\w+)", statement)
m1 = re.match("Ich liebe (\w+)", statement)
m2 = re.match("Je t'aime (\w+)", statement)
if m0:
  print "He loves",m0.group(1)
elif m1:
  print "Er liebt",m1.group(1)
elif m2:
  print "Il aime",m2.group(1)

The problem with the Perl stuff is the implicit updating of some hidden variable. That's simply hard to achieve in Python because you need to have an assignment statement to actually update any variables.

The version with less repetition (and better efficiency) is this:

pats = [
    ("I love (\w+)", "He Loves {0}" ),
    ("Ich liebe (\w+)", "Er Liebe {0}" ),
    ("Je t'aime (\w+)", "Il aime {0}")
 ]
for p1, p3 in pats:
    m= re.match( p1, statement )
    if m:
        print p3.format( m.group(1) )
        break

A minor variation that some Perl folk prefer:

pats = {
    "I love (\w+)" : "He Loves {0}",
    "Ich liebe (\w+)" : "Er Liebe {0}",
    "Je t'aime (\w+)" : "Il aime {0}",
}
for p1 in pats:
    m= re.match( p1, statement )
    if m:
        print pats[p1].format( m.group(1) )
        break

This is hardly worth mentioning except it does come up sometimes from Perl programmers.

img tag displays wrong orientation

save as png solved the problem for me.

Test if string is a number in Ruby on Rails

no you're just using it wrong. your is_number? has an argument. you called it without the argument

you should be doing is_number?(mystring)

How do I delete files programmatically on Android?

File file=new File(getFilePath(imageUri.getValue()));
boolean b= file.delete();

not working in my case. The issue has been resolved by using below code-

ContentResolver contentResolver = getContentResolver ();
contentResolver.delete (uriDelete,null ,null );

How to navigate through textfields (Next / Done Buttons)

I have added to PeyloW's answer in case you're looking to implement a previous/next button functionality:

- (IBAction)moveThroughTextFields:(UIBarButtonItem *)sender 
{
    NSInteger nextTag;
    UITextView *currentTextField = [self.view findFirstResponderAndReturn];

    if (currentTextField != nil) {
        // I assigned tags to the buttons.  0 represent prev & 1 represents next
        if (sender.tag == 0) {
            nextTag = currentTextField.tag - 1;

        } else if (sender.tag == 1) {
            nextTag = currentTextField.tag + 1;
        }
    }
    // Try to find next responder
    UIResponder* nextResponder = [self.view viewWithTag:nextTag];
    if (nextResponder) {
        // Found next responder, so set it.
        // I added the resign here in case there's different keyboards in place.
        [currentTextField resignFirstResponder];
        [nextResponder becomeFirstResponder];
    } else {
        // Not found, so remove keyboard.
        [currentTextField resignFirstResponder];

    }
}

Where you subclass the UIView like this:

@implementation UIView (FindAndReturnFirstResponder)
- (UITextView *)findFirstResponderAndReturn
{
    for (UITextView *subView in self.subviews) {
        if (subView.isFirstResponder){
            return subView;
        }
    }
    return nil;
}
@end

Change icon on click (toggle)

If your icon is based on the text in the block (ligatures) rather the class of the block then the following will work. This example uses the Google Material Icons '+' and '-' icons as part of MaterializeCSS.

<a class="btn-class"><i class="material-icons">add</i></a>

$('.btn-class').on('click',function(){
    if ($(this).find('i').text() == 'add'){
        $(this).find('i').text('remove');
    } else {
        $(this).find('i').text('add');
    }
});

Edit: Added missing ); needed for this to function properly.

It also works for JQuery post 1.9 where toggling of functions was deprecated.

How do I set default value of select box in angularjs

As per the docs select, the following piece of code worked for me.

<div ng-controller="ExampleController">
<form name="myForm">
<label for="mySelect">Make a choice:</label>
<select name="mySelect" id="mySelect"
  ng-options="option.name for option in data.availableOptions track by     option.id"
  ng-model="data.selectedOption"></select>
</form>
<hr>
<tt>option = {{data.selectedOption}}</tt><br/>
</div>

How to ignore PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException?

I also came across the same issue. I was trying to build the project with a clean install goal. I simply changed it to clean package -o in the run configuration. Then I re-built the project and it worked for me.

Pandas timeseries plot setting x-axis major and minor ticks and labels

Both pandas and matplotlib.dates use matplotlib.units for locating the ticks.

But while matplotlib.dates has convenient ways to set the ticks manually, pandas seems to have the focus on auto formatting so far (you can have a look at the code for date conversion and formatting in pandas).

So for the moment it seems more reasonable to use matplotlib.dates (as mentioned by @BrenBarn in his comment).

import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt 
import matplotlib.dates as dates

idx = pd.date_range('2011-05-01', '2011-07-01')
s = pd.Series(np.random.randn(len(idx)), index=idx)

fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.plot_date(idx.to_pydatetime(), s, 'v-')
ax.xaxis.set_minor_locator(dates.WeekdayLocator(byweekday=(1),
                                                interval=1))
ax.xaxis.set_minor_formatter(dates.DateFormatter('%d\n%a'))
ax.xaxis.grid(True, which="minor")
ax.yaxis.grid()
ax.xaxis.set_major_locator(dates.MonthLocator())
ax.xaxis.set_major_formatter(dates.DateFormatter('\n\n\n%b\n%Y'))
plt.tight_layout()
plt.show()

pandas_like_date_fomatting

(my locale is German, so that Tuesday [Tue] becomes Dienstag [Di])

Redirect to specified URL on PHP script completion?

<?
ob_start(); // ensures anything dumped out will be caught

// do stuff here
$url = 'http://example.com/thankyou.php'; // this can be set based on whatever

// clear out the output buffer
while (ob_get_status()) 
{
    ob_end_clean();
}

// no redirect
header( "Location: $url" );
?>

Using cut command to remove multiple columns

You are able to cut all odd/even columns by using seq:

This would print all odd columns

echo 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 | cut -d, -f$(seq -s, 1 2 10)

To print all even columns you could use

echo 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 | cut -d, -f$(seq -s, 2 2 10)

By changing the second number of seq you can specify which columns to be printed.

If the specification which columns to print is more complex you could also use a "one-liner-if-clause" like

echo 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 | cut -d, -f$(for i in $(seq 1 10); do if [[ $i -lt 10 && $i -lt 5 ]];then echo -n $i,; else echo -n $i;fi;done)

This would print all columns from 1 to 5 - you can simply modify the conditions to create more complex conditions to specify weather a column shall be printed.

How to add "class" to host element?

for multiple classes situation, as @jbojcic mentioned above, you can use:

host: {class: 'A B C'}

Passing an array to a query using a WHERE clause

More an example:

$galleryIds = [1, '2', 'Vitruvian Man'];
$ids = array_filter($galleryIds, function($n){return (is_numeric($n));});
$ids = implode(', ', $ids);

$sql = "SELECT * FROM galleries WHERE id IN ({$ids})";
// output: 'SELECT * FROM galleries WHERE id IN (1, 2)'

$statement = $pdo->prepare($sql);
$statement->execute();

VS2010 command prompt gives error: Cannot determine the location of the VS Common Tools folder

I had the same issue and found the answer here.

The problem is that the bat uses de reg command and it searches that in the PATH system variable. Somehow you have managed to get "C:\Windows\System32" out of the PATH variable, so just go to the system variables (right click "My Computer" > "Properties" > advanced config > "Environment Variables", search the PATH variable and add at the end separated by ";" : C:\Windows\System32

Set NOW() as Default Value for datetime datatype?

EUREKA !!!


For all those who lost heart trying to set a default DATETIME value in MySQL, I know exactly how you feel/felt. So here it is:

`ALTER TABLE  `table_name` CHANGE `column_name` DATETIME NOT NULL DEFAULT 0

Carefully observe that I haven't added single quotes/double quotes around the 0.


Important update:

This answer was posted long back. Back then, it worked on my (probably latest) installation of MySQL and I felt like sharing it. Please read the comments below before you decide to use this solution now.

What are the differences between Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio?

Out of the box, Visual Studio can compile, run and debug programs.

Out of the box, Visual Studio Code can do practically nothing but open and edit text files. It can be extended to compile, run, and debug, but you will need to install other software. It's a PITA.

If you're looking for a Notepad replacement, Visual Studio Code is your man.

If you want to develop and debug code without fiddling for days with settings and installing stuff, then Visual Studio is your man.

display data from SQL database into php/ html table

You say you have a database on PhpMyAdmin, so you are using MySQL. PHP provides functions for connecting to a MySQL database.

$connection = mysql_connect('localhost', 'root', ''); //The Blank string is the password
mysql_select_db('hrmwaitrose');

$query = "SELECT * FROM employee"; //You don't need a ; like you do in SQL
$result = mysql_query($query);

echo "<table>"; // start a table tag in the HTML

while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)){   //Creates a loop to loop through results
echo "<tr><td>" . $row['name'] . "</td><td>" . $row['age'] . "</td></tr>";  //$row['index'] the index here is a field name
}

echo "</table>"; //Close the table in HTML

mysql_close(); //Make sure to close out the database connection

In the while loop (which runs every time we encounter a result row), we echo which creates a new table row. I also add a to contain the fields.

This is a very basic template. You see the other answers using mysqli_connect instead of mysql_connect. mysqli stands for mysql improved. It offers a better range of features. You notice it is also a little bit more complex. It depends on what you need.

Razor View Without Layout

You (and KMulligan) are misunderstanding _ViewStart pages.

_ViewStart will always execute, before your page starts.
It is intended to be used to initialize properties (such as Layout); it generally should not contain markup. (Since there is no way to override it).

The correct pattern is to make a separate layout page which calls RenderBody, and set the Layout property to point to this page in _ViewStart.

You can then change Layout in your content pages, and the changes will take effect.

Display tooltip on Label's hover?

You can use the css-property content and attr to display the content of an attribute in an :after pseudo element. You could either use the default title attribute (which is a semantic solution), or create a custom attribute, e.g. data-title.

HTML:

<label for="male" data-title="Please, refer to Wikipedia!">Male</label>

CSS:

label[data-title]{
  position: relative;
  &:hover:after{
    font-size: 1rem;
    font-weight: normal;
    display: block;
    position: absolute;
    left: -8em;
    bottom: 2em;
    content:  attr(data-title);
    background-color: white;
    width: 20em;
    text-aling: center;
  }
}

Clear ComboBox selected text

nameofcombobox.SelectedItem=-1;

How to stop execution after a certain time in Java?

If you can't go over your time limit (it's a hard limit) then a thread is your best bet. You can use a loop to terminate the thread once you get to the time threshold. Whatever is going on in that thread at the time can be interrupted, allowing calculations to stop almost instantly. Here is an example:

Thread t = new Thread(myRunnable); // myRunnable does your calculations

long startTime = System.currentTimeMillis();
long endTime = startTime + 60000L;

t.start(); // Kick off calculations

while (System.currentTimeMillis() < endTime) {
    // Still within time theshold, wait a little longer
    try {
         Thread.sleep(500L);  // Sleep 1/2 second
    } catch (InterruptedException e) {
         // Someone woke us up during sleep, that's OK
    }
}

t.interrupt();  // Tell the thread to stop
t.join();       // Wait for the thread to cleanup and finish

That will give you resolution to about 1/2 second. By polling more often in the while loop, you can get that down.

Your runnable's run would look something like this:

public void run() {
    while (true) {
        try {
            // Long running work
            calculateMassOfUniverse();
        } catch (InterruptedException e) {
            // We were signaled, clean things up
            cleanupStuff();
            break;           // Leave the loop, thread will exit
    }
}

Update based on Dmitri's answer

Dmitri pointed out TimerTask, which would let you avoid the loop. You could just do the join call and the TimerTask you setup would take care of interrupting the thread. This would let you get more exact resolution without having to poll in a loop.

How to sort a data frame by date

The only way I found to work with hours, through an US format in source (mm-dd-yyyy HH-MM-SS PM/AM)...

df_dataSet$time <- as.POSIXct( df_dataSet$time , format = "%m/%d/%Y %I:%M:%S %p" , tz = "GMT")
class(df_dataSet$time)
df_dataSet <- df_dataSet[do.call(order, df_dataSet), ] 

How to set auto increment primary key in PostgreSQL?

If you want to use numbers in a sequence, define a new sequence with something like

CREATE SEQUENCE public.your_sequence
    INCREMENT 1
    START 1
    MINVALUE 1
;

and then alter the table to use the sequence for the id:

ALTER TABLE ONLY table ALTER COLUMN id SET DEFAULT nextval('your_sequence'::regclass);

How to keep :active css style after click a button

In the Divi Theme Documentation, it says that the theme comes with access to 'ePanel' which also has an 'Integration' section.

You should be able to add this code:

<script>
 $( ".et-pb-icon" ).click(function() {
 $( this ).toggleClass( "active" );
 });
</script>

into the the box that says 'Add code to the head of your blog' under the 'Integration' tab, which should get the jQuery working.

Then, you should be able to style your class to what ever you need.

SQL Plus change current directory

Have you tried creating a windows shortcut for sql plus and set the working directory?

How to downgrade tensorflow, multiple versions possible?

If you are using python3 on windows then you might do this as well

pip3 install tensorflow==1.4

you may select any version from "(from versions: 1.2.0rc2, 1.2.0, 1.2.1, 1.3.0rc0, 1.3.0rc1, 1.3.0rc2, 1.3.0, 1.4.0rc0, 1.4.0rc1, 1.4.0, 1.5.0rc0, 1.5.0rc1, 1.5.0, 1.5.1, 1.6.0rc0, 1.6.0rc1, 1.6.0, 1.7.0rc0, 1.7.0rc1, 1.7.0)"

I did this when I wanted to downgrade from 1.7 to 1.4

How to add link to flash banner

If you have a flash FLA file that shows the FLV movie you can add a button inside the FLA file. This button can be given an action to load the URL.

on (release) {
  getURL("http://someurl/");
}

To make the button transparent you can place a square inside it that is moved to the hit-area frame of the button.

I think it would go too far to explain into depth with pictures how to go about in stackoverflow.

Create sequence of repeated values, in sequence?

Another base R option could be gl():

gl(5, 3)

Where the output is a factor:

 [1] 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5
Levels: 1 2 3 4 5

If integers are needed, you can convert it:

as.numeric(gl(5, 3))

 [1] 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5

Add directives from directive in AngularJS

I wanted to add my solution since the accepted one didn't quite work for me.

I needed to add a directive but also keep mine on the element.

In this example I am adding a simple ng-style directive to the element. To prevent infinite compile loops and allowing me to keep my directive I added a check to see if what I added was present before recompiling the element.

angular.module('some.directive', [])
.directive('someDirective', ['$compile',function($compile){
    return {
        priority: 1001,
        controller: ['$scope', '$element', '$attrs', '$transclude' ,function($scope, $element, $attrs, $transclude) {

            // controller code here

        }],
        compile: function(element, attributes){
            var compile = false;

            //check to see if the target directive was already added
            if(!element.attr('ng-style')){
                //add the target directive
                element.attr('ng-style', "{'width':'200px'}");
                compile = true;
            }
            return {
                pre: function preLink(scope, iElement, iAttrs, controller) {  },
                post: function postLink(scope, iElement, iAttrs, controller) {
                    if(compile){
                        $compile(iElement)(scope);
                    }
                }
            };
        }
    };
}]);

Correct way to write loops for promise.

Bergi's suggested function is really nice:

var promiseWhile = Promise.method(function(condition, action) {
      if (!condition()) return;
    return action().then(promiseWhile.bind(null, condition, action));
});

Still I want to make a tiny addition, which makes sense, when using promises:

var promiseWhile = Promise.method(function(condition, action, lastValue) {
  if (!condition()) return lastValue;
  return action().then(promiseWhile.bind(null, condition, action));
});

This way the while loop can be embedded into a promise chain and resolves with lastValue (also if the action() is never run). See example:

var count = 10;
util.promiseWhile(
  function condition() {
    return count > 0;
  },
  function action() {
    return new Promise(function(resolve, reject) {
      count = count - 1;
      resolve(count)
    })
  },
  count)

Git for beginners: The definitive practical guide

How do you create a new project/repository?

A git repository is simply a directory containing a special .git directory.

This is different from "centralised" version-control systems (like subversion), where a "repository" is hosted on a remote server, which you checkout into a "working copy" directory. With git, your working copy is the repository.

Simply run git init in the directory which contains the files you wish to track.

For example,

cd ~/code/project001/
git init

This creates a .git (hidden) folder in the current directory.

To make a new project, run git init with an additional argument (the name of the directory to be created):

git init project002

(This is equivalent to: mkdir project002 && cd project002 && git init)

To check if the current current path is within a git repository, simply run git status - if it's not a repository, it will report "fatal: Not a git repository"

You could also list the .git directory, and check it contains files/directories similar to the following:

$ ls .git
HEAD         config       hooks/       objects/
branches/    description  info/        refs/

If for whatever reason you wish to "de-git" a repository (you wish to stop using git to track that project). Simply remove the .git directory at the base level of the repository.

cd ~/code/project001/
rm -rf .git/

Caution: This will destroy all revision history, all your tags, everything git has done. It will not touch the "current" files (the files you can currently see), but previous changes, deleted files and so on will be unrecoverable!

How to connect TFS in Visual Studio code

I know I'm a little late to the party, but I did want to throw some interjections. (I would have commented but not enough reputation points yet, so, here's a full answer).

This requires the latest version of VS Code, Azure Repo Extention, and Git to be installed.

Anyone looking to use the new VS Code (or using the preview like myself), when you go to the Settings (Still File -> Preferences -> Settings or CTRL+, ) you'll be looking under User Settings -> Extensions -> Azure Repos.

Azure_Repo_Settings

Then under Tfvc: Location you can paste the location of the executable.

Location_Settings

For 2017 it'll be

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Professional\Common7\IDE\CommonExtensions\Microsoft\TeamFoundation\Team Explorer\TF.exe

Or for 2019 (Preview)

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\Preview\Common7\IDE\CommonExtensions\Microsoft\TeamFoundation\Team Explorer\TF.exe

After adding the location, I closed my VS Code (not sure if this was needed) and went my git repo to copy the git URL.

Git_URL

After that, went back into VS Code went to the Command Palette (View -> Command Palette or CTRL+Shift+P) typed Git: Clone pasted my repo:

Git_Repo

Selected the location for the repo to be stored. Next was an error that popped up. I proceeded to follow this video which walked me through clicking on the Team button with the exclamation mark on the bottom of your VS Code Screen

Team_Button

Then chose the new method of authentication

New_Method

Copy by using CTRL+C and then press enter. Your browser will launch a page where you'll enter the code you copied (CTRL+V).

Enter_Code_Screen

Click Continue

Continue_Button

Log in with your Microsoft Credentials and you should see a change on the bottom bar of VS Code.

Bottom_Bar

Cheers!

How to declare a type as nullable in TypeScript?

Union type is in my mind best option in this case:

interface Employee{
   id: number;
   name: string;
   salary: number | null;
}

// Both cases are valid
let employe1: Employee = { id: 1, name: 'John', salary: 100 };
let employe2: Employee = { id: 1, name: 'John', salary: null };

EDIT : For this to work as expected, you should enable the strictNullChecks in tsconfig.

Session timeout in ASP.NET

If you are using Authentication, I recommend adding the following in web.config file.

In my case, users are redirected to the login page upon timing out:

<authentication mode="Forms">
    <forms defaultUrl="Login.aspx" timeout="120"/>
</authentication>

GitHub: How to make a fork of public repository private?

The current answers are a bit out of date so, for clarity:

The short answer is:

  1. Do a bare clone of the public repo.
  2. Create a new private one.
  3. Do a mirror push to the new private one.

This is documented on GitHub: duplicating-a-repository

Base64 encoding and decoding in client-side Javascript

Short and fast Base64 JavaScript Decode Function without Failsafe:

function decode_base64 (s)
{
    var e = {}, i, k, v = [], r = '', w = String.fromCharCode;
    var n = [[65, 91], [97, 123], [48, 58], [43, 44], [47, 48]];

    for (z in n)
    {
        for (i = n[z][0]; i < n[z][1]; i++)
        {
            v.push(w(i));
        }
    }
    for (i = 0; i < 64; i++)
    {
        e[v[i]] = i;
    }

    for (i = 0; i < s.length; i+=72)
    {
        var b = 0, c, x, l = 0, o = s.substring(i, i+72);
        for (x = 0; x < o.length; x++)
        {
            c = e[o.charAt(x)];
            b = (b << 6) + c;
            l += 6;
            while (l >= 8)
            {
                r += w((b >>> (l -= 8)) % 256);
            }
         }
    }
    return r;
}

jquery onclick change css background image

I think this should be:

$('.home').click(function() {
     $(this).css('background', 'url(images/tabs3.png)');
 });

and remove this:

<div class="home" onclick="function()">
     //-----------^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^---------no need for this

You have to make sure you have a correct path to your image.

Highlight a word with jQuery

Here's a variation that ignores and preserves case:

jQuery.fn.highlight = function (str, className) {
    var regex = new RegExp("\\b"+str+"\\b", "gi");

    return this.each(function () {
        this.innerHTML = this.innerHTML.replace(regex, function(matched) {return "<span class=\"" + className + "\">" + matched + "</span>";});
    });
};

'int' object has no attribute '__getitem__'

This error could be an indication that variable with the same name has been used in your code earlier, but for other purposes. Possibly, a variable has been given a name that coincides with the existing function used later in the code.

Tooltip with HTML content without JavaScript

Similar to koningdavid's, but works on display:none and block, and adds additional styling.

_x000D_
_x000D_
div.tooltip {_x000D_
  position: relative;_x000D_
  /*  DO NOT include below two lines, as they were added so that the text that_x000D_
        is hovered over is offset from top of page*/_x000D_
  top: 10em;_x000D_
  left: 10em;_x000D_
  /* if want hover over icon instead of text based, uncomment below */_x000D_
  /*    background-image: url("../images/info_tooltip.svg");_x000D_
            /!* width and height of svg *!/_x000D_
            width: 16px;_x000D_
            height: 16px;*/_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/* hide tooltip */_x000D_
_x000D_
div.tooltip span {_x000D_
  display: none;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_
/* show and style tooltip */_x000D_
_x000D_
div.tooltip:hover span {_x000D_
  /* show tooltip */_x000D_
  display: block;_x000D_
  /* position relative to container div.tooltip */_x000D_
  position: absolute;_x000D_
  bottom: 1em;_x000D_
  /* prettify */_x000D_
  padding: 0.5em;_x000D_
  color: #000000;_x000D_
  background: #ebf4fb;_x000D_
  border: 0.1em solid #b7ddf2;_x000D_
  /* round the corners */_x000D_
  border-radius: 0.5em;_x000D_
  /* prevent too wide tooltip */_x000D_
  max-width: 10em;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="tooltip">_x000D_
  hover_over_me_x000D_
  <span>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec quis purus dui. Sed at orci. </span>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

<div style display="none" > inside a table not working

simply change <div> to <tbody>

<table id="authenticationSetting" style="display: none">
  <tbody id="authenticationOuterIdentityBlock" style="display: none;">
    <tr>
      <td class="orionSummaryHeader">
        <orion:message key="policy.wifi.enterprise.authentication.outeridentitity" />:</td>
      <td class="orionSummaryColumn">
        <orion:textbox id="authenticationOuterIdentity" size="30" />
      </td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
</table>

What are bitwise shift (bit-shift) operators and how do they work?

Bitwise operations, including bit shift, are fundamental to low-level hardware or embedded programming. If you read a specification for a device or even some binary file formats, you will see bytes, words, and dwords, broken up into non-byte aligned bitfields, which contain various values of interest. Accessing these bit-fields for reading/writing is the most common usage.

A simple real example in graphics programming is that a 16-bit pixel is represented as follows:

  bit | 15| 14| 13| 12| 11| 10| 9 | 8 | 7 | 6 | 5 | 4 | 3 | 2 | 1  | 0 |
      |       Blue        |         Green         |       Red          |

To get at the green value you would do this:

 #define GREEN_MASK  0x7E0
 #define GREEN_OFFSET  5

 // Read green
 uint16_t green = (pixel & GREEN_MASK) >> GREEN_OFFSET;

Explanation

In order to obtain the value of green ONLY, which starts at offset 5 and ends at 10 (i.e. 6-bits long), you need to use a (bit) mask, which when applied against the entire 16-bit pixel, will yield only the bits we are interested in.

#define GREEN_MASK  0x7E0

The appropriate mask is 0x7E0 which in binary is 0000011111100000 (which is 2016 in decimal).

uint16_t green = (pixel & GREEN_MASK) ...;

To apply a mask, you use the AND operator (&).

uint16_t green = (pixel & GREEN_MASK) >> GREEN_OFFSET;

After applying the mask, you'll end up with a 16-bit number which is really just a 11-bit number since its MSB is in the 11th bit. Green is actually only 6-bits long, so we need to scale it down using a right shift (11 - 6 = 5), hence the use of 5 as offset (#define GREEN_OFFSET 5).

Also common is using bit shifts for fast multiplication and division by powers of 2:

 i <<= x;  // i *= 2^x;
 i >>= y;  // i /= 2^y;

Firebase FCM notifications click_action payload

You can handle all your actions in function of your message in onMessageReceived() in your service extending FirebaseMessagingService. In order to do that, you must send a message containing exclusively data, using for example Advanced REST client in Chrome. Then you send a POST to https://fcm.googleapis.com/fcm/send using in "Raw headers":

Content-Type: application/json Authorization: key=YOUR_PERSONAL_FIREBASE_WEB_API_KEY

And a json message in the field "Raw payload".

Warning, if there is the field "notification" in your json, your message will never be received when app in background in onMessageReceived(), even if there is a data field ! For example, doing that, message work just if app in foreground:

{
    "condition": " 'Symulti' in topics || 'SymultiLite' in topics",
    "priority" : "normal",
    "time_to_live" : 0,
    "notification" : {
        "body" : "new Symulti update !",
        "title" : "new Symulti update !",
        "icon" : "ic_notif_symulti"
    },
    "data" : {
        "id" : 1,
        "text" : "new Symulti update !"
    }
}

In order to receive your message in all cases in onMessageReceived(), simply remove the "notification" field from your json !

Example:

{
    "condition": " 'Symulti' in topics || 'SymultiLite' in topics",
    "priority" : "normal",
    "time_to_live" : 0,,
    "data" : {
        "id" : 1,
        "text" : "new Symulti update !",
        "link" : "href://www.symulti.com"
    }
}

and in your FirebaseMessagingService :

public class MyFirebaseMessagingService extends FirebaseMessagingService {

    private static final String TAG = "MyFirebaseMsgService";

    @Override
    public void onMessageReceived(RemoteMessage remoteMessage) {
      String message = "";
      obj = remoteMessage.getData().get("text");
      if (obj != null) {
        try {
          message = obj.toString();
        } catch (Exception e) {
          message = "";
          e.printStackTrace();
        }
      }

      String link = "";
      obj = remoteMessage.getData().get("link");
      if (obj != null) {
        try {
          link = (String) obj;
        } catch (Exception e) {
          link = "";
          e.printStackTrace();
        }
      }

      Intent intent;
      PendingIntent pendingIntent;
      if (link.equals("")) { // Simply run your activity
        intent = new Intent(this, MainActivity.class);
        intent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP);
      } else { // open a link
        String url = "";
        if (!link.equals("")) {
          intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW);
          intent.setData(Uri.parse(link));
          intent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP);
        }
      }
      pendingIntent = PendingIntent.getActivity(this, 0 /* Request code */, intent,
          PendingIntent.FLAG_ONE_SHOT);


      NotificationCompat.Builder notificationBuilder = null;

      try {
        notificationBuilder = new NotificationCompat.Builder(this)
            .setSmallIcon(R.drawable.ic_notif_symulti)          // don't need to pass icon with your message if it's already in your app !
            .setContentTitle(URLDecoder.decode(getString(R.string.app_name), "UTF-8"))
            .setContentText(URLDecoder.decode(message, "UTF-8"))
            .setAutoCancel(true)
            .setSound(RingtoneManager.getDefaultUri(RingtoneManager.TYPE_NOTIFICATION))
            .setContentIntent(pendingIntent);
        } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException e) {
          e.printStackTrace();
        }

        if (notificationBuilder != null) {
          NotificationManager notificationManager =
              (NotificationManager) getSystemService(Context.NOTIFICATION_SERVICE);
          notificationManager.notify(id, notificationBuilder.build());
        } else {
          Log.d(TAG, "error NotificationManager");
        }
      }
    }
}

Enjoy !

How to call Stored Procedure in a View?

This construction is not allowed in SQL Server. An inline table-valued function can perform as a parameterized view, but is still not allowed to call an SP like this.

Here's some examples of using an SP and an inline TVF interchangeably - you'll see that the TVF is more flexible (it's basically more like a view than a function), so where an inline TVF can be used, they can be more re-eusable:

CREATE TABLE dbo.so916784 (
    num int
)
GO

INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (0)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (1)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (2)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (3)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (4)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (5)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (6)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (7)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (8)
INSERT INTO dbo.so916784 VALUES (9)
GO

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.usp_so916784 @mod AS int
AS 
BEGIN
    SELECT  *
    FROM    dbo.so916784
    WHERE   num % @mod = 0
END
GO

CREATE FUNCTION dbo.tvf_so916784 (@mod AS int)
RETURNS TABLE
    AS
RETURN
    (
     SELECT *
     FROM   dbo.so916784
     WHERE  num % @mod = 0
    )
GO    

EXEC dbo.usp_so916784 3
EXEC dbo.usp_so916784 4

SELECT * FROM dbo.tvf_so916784(3)    
SELECT * FROM dbo.tvf_so916784(4)

DROP FUNCTION dbo.tvf_so916784
DROP PROCEDURE dbo.usp_so916784
DROP TABLE dbo.so916784

Core Data: Quickest way to delete all instances of an entity

quick purge of all objects in DB:

func purgeAllData() {
    let uniqueNames = persistentContainer.managedObjectModel.entities.compactMap({ $0.name })

    uniqueNames.forEach { (name) in
      let fetchRequest = NSFetchRequest<NSFetchRequestResult>(entityName: name)
       let batchDeleteRequest = NSBatchDeleteRequest(fetchRequest: fetchRequest)
         do {
        try persistentContainer.viewContext.execute(batchDeleteRequest)
      } catch {
        let nserror = error as NSError
        fatalError("Unresolved error \(nserror), \(nserror.userInfo)")
      }
   }
 }

how to show alternate image if source image is not found? (onerror working in IE but not in mozilla)

I think this is very nice and short

<img src="imagenotfound.gif" alt="Image not found" onerror="this.src='imagefound.gif';" />

But, be careful. The user's browser will be stuck in an endless loop if the onerror image itself generates an error.


EDIT To avoid endless loop, remove the onerror from it at once.

<img src="imagenotfound.gif" alt="Image not found" onerror="this.onerror=null;this.src='imagefound.gif';" />

By calling this.onerror=null it will remove the onerror then try to get the alternate image.


NEW I would like to add a jQuery way, if this can help anyone.

<script>
$(document).ready(function()
{
    $(".backup_picture").on("error", function(){
        $(this).attr('src', './images/nopicture.png');
    });
});
</script>

<img class='backup_picture' src='./images/nonexistent_image_file.png' />

You simply need to add class='backup_picture' to any img tag that you want a backup picture to load if it tries to show a bad image.

How to add multiple font files for the same font?

nowadays,2017-12-17. I don't find any description about Font-property-order‘s necessity in spec. And I test in chrome always works whatever the order is.

@font-face {
  font-family: 'Font Awesome 5 Free';
  font-weight: 900;
  src: url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-solid-900.eot');
  src: url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-solid-900.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-solid-900.woff2') format('woff2'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-solid-900.woff') format('woff'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-solid-900.ttf') format('truetype'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-solid-900.svg#fontawesome') format('svg');
}

@font-face {
  font-family: 'Font Awesome 5 Free';
  font-weight: 400;
  src: url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-regular-400.eot');
  src: url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-regular-400.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-regular-400.woff2') format('woff2'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-regular-400.woff') format('woff'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-regular-400.ttf') format('truetype'),
  url('#{$fa-font-path}/fa-regular-400.svg#fontawesome') format('svg');
}

Proper MIME type for .woff2 fonts

Apache

In Apache, you can add the woff2 mime type via your .htaccess file as stated by this link.

AddType  application/font-woff2  .woff2

IIS

In IIS, simply add the following mimeMap tag into your web.config file inside the staticContent tag.

<configuration>
  <system.webServer>
    <staticContent>
      <mimeMap fileExtension=".woff2" mimeType="application/font-woff2" />

What is the difference between pip and conda?

Quoting from the Conda blog:

Having been involved in the python world for so long, we are all aware of pip, easy_install, and virtualenv, but these tools did not meet all of our specific requirements. The main problem is that they are focused around Python, neglecting non-Python library dependencies, such as HDF5, MKL, LLVM, etc., which do not have a setup.py in their source code and also do not install files into Python’s site-packages directory.

So Conda is a packaging tool and installer that aims to do more than what pip does; handle library dependencies outside of the Python packages as well as the Python packages themselves. Conda also creates a virtual environment, like virtualenv does.

As such, Conda should be compared to Buildout perhaps, another tool that lets you handle both Python and non-Python installation tasks.

Because Conda introduces a new packaging format, you cannot use pip and Conda interchangeably; pip cannot install the Conda package format. You can use the two tools side by side (by installing pip with conda install pip) but they do not interoperate either.

Since writing this answer, Anaconda has published a new page on Understanding Conda and Pip, which echoes this as well:

This highlights a key difference between conda and pip. Pip installs Python packages whereas conda installs packages which may contain software written in any language. For example, before using pip, a Python interpreter must be installed via a system package manager or by downloading and running an installer. Conda on the other hand can install Python packages as well as the Python interpreter directly.

and further on

Occasionally a package is needed which is not available as a conda package but is available on PyPI and can be installed with pip. In these cases, it makes sense to try to use both conda and pip.

What is a reasonable code coverage % for unit tests (and why)?

My answer to this conundrum is to have 100% line coverage of the code you can test and 0% line coverage of the code you can't test.

My current practice in Python is to divide my .py modules into two folders: app1/ and app2/ and when running unit tests calculate the coverage of those two folders and visually check (I must automate this someday) that app1 has 100% coverage and app2 has 0% coverage.

When/if I find that these numbers differ from standard I investigage and alter the design of the code so that coverage conforms to the standard.

This does mean that I can recommend achieving 100% line coverage of library code.

I also occasionally review app2/ to see if I could possible test any code there, and If I can I move it into app1/

Now I'm not too worried about the aggregate coverage because that can vary wildly depending on the size of the project, but generally I've seen 70% to over 90%.

With python, I should be able to devise a smoke test which could automatically run my app while measuring coverage and hopefully gain an aggreagate of 100% when combining the smoke test with unittest figures.

How to count the number of files in a directory using Python

For all kind of files, subdirectories included:

import os

list = os.listdir(dir) # dir is your directory path
number_files = len(list)
print number_files

Only files (avoiding subdirectories):

import os

onlyfiles = next(os.walk(dir))[2] #dir is your directory path as string
print len(onlyfiles)

Convert Pixels to Points

Try this if your code lies in a form:

Graphics g = this.CreateGraphics();
points = pixels * 72 / g.DpiX;
g.Dispose();

Cannot load properties file from resources directory

Right click the Resources folder and select Build Path > Add to Build Path

"Non-resolvable parent POM: Could not transfer artifact" when trying to refer to a parent pom from a child pom with ${parent.groupid}

I assume the question is already answered. If above solution doesn't help in solving the issue then can use below to solve the issue.

The issue occurs if sometimes your maven user settings is not reflecting correct settings.xml file.

To update the settings file go to Windows > Preferences > Maven > User Settings and update the settings.xml to it correct location.

Once this is doen re-build the project, these should solve the issue. Thanks.

SQL Select between dates

One more way to select between dates in SQLite is to use the powerful strftime function:

SELECT * FROM test WHERE strftime('%Y-%m-%d', date) BETWEEN "11-01-2011" AND "11-08-2011"

These are equivalent according to https://sqlite.org/lang_datefunc.html:

date(...)

strftime('%Y-%m-%d', ...)

but if you want more choice, you have it.

Going to a specific line number using Less in Unix

For editing this is possible in nano via +n from command line, e.g.,

nano +16 file.txt

To open file.txt to line 16.

Using ListView : How to add a header view?

You can add as many headers as you like by calling addHeaderView() multiple times. You have to do it before setting the adapter to the list view.

And yes you can add header something like this way:

LayoutInflater inflater = getLayoutInflater();
ViewGroup header = (ViewGroup)inflater.inflate(R.layout.header, myListView, false);
myListView.addHeaderView(header, null, false);

angular js unknown provider

In my case, I've defined a new provider, say, xyz

angular.module('test')
.provider('xyz', function () {
    ....
});

When you were to config the above provider, you've to inject it with Provider string appended --> xyz becomes xyzProvider.

Ex:

angular.module('App', ['test'])
.config(function (xyzProvider) {
     // do something with xyzProvider....
});

If you inject the above provider without the 'Provider' string, you'll get the similar error in OP.

Chrome & Safari Error::Not allowed to load local resource: file:///D:/CSS/Style.css

The solution is already answered here above (long ago).

But the implicit question "why does it work in FF and IE but not in Chrome and Safari" is found in the error text "Not allowed to load local resource": Chrome and Safari seem to use a more strict implementation of sandboxing (for security reasons) than the other two (at this time 2011).

This applies for local access. In a (normal) server environment (apache ...) the file would simply not have been found.

How to stop VMware port error of 443 on XAMPP Control Panel v3.2.1

Here is the solution step-by-step:

  1. Open up httpd-ssl.conf in path2xampp\apache\conf\extra
  2. Look for the line Listen 443
  3. Change port number to anything you want. I use 4430. ex. Listen 4430.
  4. Replace every 443 string in that file with 4430.
  5. Save the file.

Can I specify multiple users for myself in .gitconfig?

Although most questions sort of answered the OP, I just had to go through this myself and without even googling I was able to find the quickest and simplest solution. Here's simple steps:

  • copy existing .gitconfg from your other repo
  • paste into your newly added repo
  • change values in .gitconfig file, such as name, email and username [user] name = John email = [email protected] username = john133
  • add filename to .gitignore list, to make sure you don't commit .gitconfig file to your work repo

How can I change the default width of a Twitter Bootstrap modal box?

Solution was taken from this page

$('#feedback-modal').modal({
    backdrop: true,
    keyboard: true
}).css({
    width: 'auto',
    'margin-left': function () {
        return -($(this).width() / 2);
    }
});

@UniqueConstraint and @Column(unique = true) in hibernate annotation

In addition to Boaz's answer ....

@UniqueConstraint allows you to name the constraint, while @Column(unique = true) generates a random name (e.g. UK_3u5h7y36qqa13y3mauc5xxayq).

Sometimes it can be helpful to know what table a constraint is associated with. E.g.:

@Table(
   name = "product_serial_group_mask", 
   uniqueConstraints = {
      @UniqueConstraint(
          columnNames = {"mask", "group"},
          name="uk_product_serial_group_mask"
      )
   }
)

How to get the current user in ASP.NET MVC

In order to reference a user ID created using simple authentication built into ASP.NET MVC 4 in a controller for filtering purposes (which is helpful if you are using database first and Entity Framework 5 to generate code-first bindings and your tables are structured so that a foreign key to the userID is used), you can use

WebSecurity.CurrentUserId

once you add a using statement

using System.Web.Security;

getOutputStream() has already been called for this response

The issue here is that your JSP is talking directly to the response OutputStream. This technically isn't forbidden, but it's very much not a good idea.

Specifically, you call response.getOutputStream() and write data to that. Later, when the JSP engine tries to flush the response, it fails because your code has already "claimed" the response. An application can either call getOutputStream or getWriter on any given response, it's not allowed to do both. JSP engines use getWriter, and so you cannot call getOutputStream.

You should be writing this code as a Servlet, not a JSP. JSPs are only really suitable for textual output as contained in the JSP. You can see that there's no actual text output in your JSP, it only contains java.

Launch an app from within another (iPhone)

You can only launch apps that have registered a URL scheme. Then just like you open the SMS app by using sms:, you'll be able to open the app using their URL scheme.

There is a very good example available in the docs called LaunchMe which demonstrates this.

LaunchMe sample code as of 6th Nov 2017.

Spring Boot not serving static content

using spring boot 2.*, i have a controller that maps to routes GetMapping({"/{var}", "/{var1}/{var2}", "/{var1}/{var2}/{var3}"}) and boom my app stop serving resources.

i know it is not advisable to have such routes but it all depends on the app you are building (in my case, i have no choice but to have such routes)

so here is my hack to make sure my app serve resources again. I simply have a controller that maps to my resources. since spring will match a direct route first before any that has variable, i decided to add a controller method that maps to /imgaes/{name} and repeated same for other resources

@GetMapping(value = "/images/{image}", produces = {MediaType.IMAGE_GIF_VALUE, MediaType.IMAGE_JPEG_VALUE, MediaType.IMAGE_PNG_VALUE})
    public @ResponseBody
    byte[] getImage(@PathVariable String image) {
        ClassPathResource file = new ClassPathResource("static/images/" + image);
        byte[] bytes;
        try {
            bytes = StreamUtils.copyToByteArray(file.getInputStream());
        } catch (IOException e) {
            throw new ResourceNotFoundException("file not found: " + image);
        }
        return bytes;
    }

and this solved my issue

Twitter Bootstrap: div in container with 100% height

It is very simple. You can use

.fill .map 
{
  min-height: 100vh;
}

You can change height according to your requirement.

Disable/turn off inherited CSS3 transitions

If you want to disable a single transition property, you can do:

transition: color 0s;

(since a zero second transition is the same as no transition.)

New Array from Index Range Swift

Array functional way:

   array.enumerated().filter { $0.offset < limit }.map { $0.element }

ranged:

 array.enumerated().filter { $0.offset >= minLimit && $0.offset < maxLimit }.map { $0.element }

The advantage of this method is such implementation is safe.

Change navbar color in Twitter Bootstrap

In this navbar CSS, set to own color:

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_x000D_
/* Navbar */_x000D_
.navbar-default {_x000D_
    background-color: #F8F8F8;_x000D_
    border-color: #E7E7E7;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/* Title */_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-brand {_x000D_
    color: #777;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-brand:hover,_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-brand:focus {_x000D_
    color: #5E5E5E;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/* Link */_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > li > a {_x000D_
    color: #777;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > li > a:hover,_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > li > a:focus {_x000D_
    color: #333;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .active > a, _x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .active > a:hover, _x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .active > a:focus {_x000D_
    color: #555;_x000D_
    background-color: #E7E7E7;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .open > a, _x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .open > a:hover, _x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .open > a:focus {_x000D_
    color: #555;_x000D_
    background-color: #D5D5D5;_x000D_
}_x000D_
/* Caret */_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .dropdown > a .caret {_x000D_
    border-top-color: #777;_x000D_
    border-bottom-color: #777;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .dropdown > a:hover .caret,_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .dropdown > a:focus .caret {_x000D_
    border-top-color: #333;_x000D_
    border-bottom-color: #333;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .open > a .caret, _x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .open > a:hover .caret, _x000D_
.navbar-default .navbar-nav > .open > a:focus .caret {_x000D_
    border-top-color: #555;_x000D_
    border-bottom-color: #555;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Sort a list of numerical strings in ascending order

in python sorted works like you want with integers:

>>> sorted([10,3,2])
[2, 3, 10]

it looks like you have a problem because you are using strings:

>>> sorted(['10','3','2'])
['10', '2', '3']

(because string ordering starts with the first character, and "1" comes before "2", no matter what characters follow) which can be fixed with key=int

>>> sorted(['10','3','2'], key=int)
['2', '3', '10']

which converts the values to integers during the sort (it is called as a function - int('10') returns the integer 10)

and as suggested in the comments, you can also sort the list itself, rather than generating a new one:

>>> l = ['10','3','2']
>>> l.sort(key=int)
>>> l
['2', '3', '10']

but i would look into why you have strings at all. you should be able to save and retrieve integers. it looks like you are saving a string when you should be saving an int? (sqlite is unusual amongst databases, in that it kind-of stores data in the same type as it is given, even if the table column type is different).

and once you start saving integers, you can also get the list back sorted from sqlite by adding order by ... to the sql command:

select temperature from temperatures order by temperature;

Version vs build in Xcode

(Just leaving this here for my own reference.) This will show version and build for the "version" and "build" fields you see in an Xcode target:

- (NSString*) version {
    NSString *version = [[[NSBundle mainBundle] infoDictionary] objectForKey:@"CFBundleShortVersionString"];
    NSString *build = [[[NSBundle mainBundle] infoDictionary] objectForKey:@"CFBundleVersion"];
    return [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@ build %@", version, build];
}

In Swift

func version() -> String {
    let dictionary = NSBundle.mainBundle().infoDictionary!
    let version = dictionary["CFBundleShortVersionString"] as? String
    let build = dictionary["CFBundleVersion"] as? String
    return "\(version) build \(build)"
}

Constantly print Subprocess output while process is running

None of the answers here addressed all of my needs.

  1. No threads for stdout (no Queues, etc, either)
  2. Non-blocking as I need to check for other things going on
  3. Use PIPE as I needed to do multiple things, e.g. stream output, write to a log file and return a string copy of the output.

A little background: I am using a ThreadPoolExecutor to manage a pool of threads, each launching a subprocess and running them concurrency. (In Python2.7, but this should work in newer 3.x as well). I don't want to use threads just for output gathering as I want as many available as possible for other things (a pool of 20 processes would be using 40 threads just to run; 1 for the process thread and 1 for stdout...and more if you want stderr I guess)

I'm stripping back a lot of exception and such here so this is based on code that works in production. Hopefully I didn't ruin it in the copy and paste. Also, feedback very much welcome!

import time
import fcntl
import subprocess
import time

proc = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)

# Make stdout non-blocking when using read/readline
proc_stdout = proc.stdout
fl = fcntl.fcntl(proc_stdout, fcntl.F_GETFL)
fcntl.fcntl(proc_stdout, fcntl.F_SETFL, fl | os.O_NONBLOCK)

def handle_stdout(proc_stream, my_buffer, echo_streams=True, log_file=None):
    """A little inline function to handle the stdout business. """
    # fcntl makes readline non-blocking so it raises an IOError when empty
    try:
        for s in iter(proc_stream.readline, ''):   # replace '' with b'' for Python 3
            my_buffer.append(s)

            if echo_streams:
                sys.stdout.write(s)

            if log_file:
                log_file.write(s)
    except IOError:
        pass

# The main loop while subprocess is running
stdout_parts = []
while proc.poll() is None:
    handle_stdout(proc_stdout, stdout_parts)

    # ...Check for other things here...
    # For example, check a multiprocessor.Value('b') to proc.kill()

    time.sleep(0.01)

# Not sure if this is needed, but run it again just to be sure we got it all?
handle_stdout(proc_stdout, stdout_parts)

stdout_str = "".join(stdout_parts)  # Just to demo

I'm sure there is overhead being added here but it is not a concern in my case. Functionally it does what I need. The only thing I haven't solved is why this works perfectly for log messages but I see some print messages show up later and all at once.

SQL exclude a column using SELECT * [except columnA] FROM tableA?

You can use REGEX Column Specification.

The following query selects all columns except ds and hr SELECT (ds|hr)?+.+ FROM sales

How do you upload a file to a document library in sharepoint?

I used this article to allow to c# to access to a sharepoint site.

http://www.thesharepointguide.com/access-office-365-using-a-console-application/

Basically you create a ClientId and ClientSecret keys to access to the site with c#

Hope this can help you!

How can I start PostgreSQL server on Mac OS X?

After doing brew services restart postgresql.

It works best to: brew services stop postgresql brew postgresql-upgrade-database brew services start postgresql

Then type: psql

it now runs this was after the error: psql: error: could not connect to server: No such file or directory Is the server running locally and accepting connections on Unix domain socket "/tmp/.s.PGSQL.5432"?

The upgrade may be optional depending on the other dependencies your running.

Which means that rather than Restart using brew for in on mac os, Stop completely postgres and then start postgres and connect to your psql databaseName.

Hope this was useful.

How do I create HTML table using jQuery dynamically?

An example with a little less stringified html:

var container = $('#my-container'),
  table = $('<table>');

users.forEach(function(user) {
  var tr = $('<tr>');
  ['ID', 'Name', 'Address'].forEach(function(attr) {
    tr.append('<td>' + user[attr] + '</td>');
  });
  table.append(tr);
});

container.append(table);

Simple and fast method to compare images for similarity

Does the screenshot contain only the icon? If so, the L2 distance of the two images might suffice. If the L2 distance doesn't work, the next step is to try something simple and well established, like: Lucas-Kanade. Which I'm sure is available in OpenCV.

How to access SOAP services from iPhone

I've historically rolled my own access at a low level (XML generation and parsing) to deal with the occasional need to do SOAP style requests from Objective-C. That said, there's a library available called SOAPClient (soapclient) that is open source (BSD licensed) and available on Google Code (mac-soapclient) that might be of interest.

I won't attest to it's abilities or effectiveness, as I've never used it or had to work with it's API's, but it is available and might provide a quick solution for you depending on your needs.

Apple had, at one time, a very broken utility called WS-MakeStubs. I don't think it's available on the iPhone, but you might also be interested in an open-source library intended to replace that - code generate out Objective-C for interacting with a SOAP client. Again, I haven't used it - but I've marked it down in my notes: wsdl2objc

Is it possible to specify proxy credentials in your web.config?

Directory Services/LDAP lookups can be used to serve this purpose. It involves some changes at infrastructure level, but most production environments have such provision

C++ preprocessor __VA_ARGS__ number of arguments

You can stringfy and count tokens:

int countArgs(char *args)
{
  int result = 0;
  int i = 0;

  while(isspace(args[i])) ++i;
  if(args[i]) ++result;

  while(args[i]) {
    if(args[i]==',') ++result;
    else if(args[i]=='\'') i+=2;
    else if(args[i]=='\"') {
      while(args[i]) {
        if(args[i+1]=='\"' && args[i]!='\\') {
          ++i;
          break;
        }
        ++i;
      }
    }
    ++i;
  }

  return result;
}

#define MACRO(...) \
{ \
  int count = countArgs(#__VA_ARGS__); \
  printf("NUM ARGS: %d\n",count); \
}

How to restrict user to type 10 digit numbers in input element?

try this

<input type="text" name="country_code" title="Error Message" pattern="[1-9]{1}[0-9]{9}"> 

This will ensure

  1. It is numeric
  2. It will be max of 10 chars
  3. First digit is not zero

Get value from SimpleXMLElement Object

You have to cast simpleXML Object to a string.

$value = (string) $xml->code[0]->lat;

Form inline inside a form horizontal in twitter bootstrap?

Don't nest <form> tags, that will not work. Just use Bootstrap classes.

Bootstrap 3

<form class="form-horizontal" role="form">
    <div class="form-group">
      <label for="inputType" class="col-md-2 control-label">Type</label>
      <div class="col-md-3">
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="inputType" placeholder="Type">
      </div>
    </div>
    <div class="form-group">
        <span class="col-md-2 control-label">Metadata</span>
        <div class="col-md-6">
            <div class="form-group row">
                <label for="inputKey" class="col-md-1 control-label">Key</label>
                <div class="col-md-2">
                    <input type="text" class="form-control" id="inputKey" placeholder="Key">
                </div>
                <label for="inputValue" class="col-md-1 control-label">Value</label>
                <div class="col-md-2">
                    <input type="text" class="form-control" id="inputValue" placeholder="Value">
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</form>

You can achieve that behaviour in many ways, that's just an example. Test it on this bootply

Bootstrap 2

<form class="form-horizontal">
    <div class="control-group">
        <label class="control-label" for="inputType">Type</label>
        <div class="controls">
            <input type="text" id="inputType" placeholder="Type">
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="control-group">
        <span class="control-label">Metadata</span>
        <div class="controls form-inline">
            <label for="inputKey">Key</label>
            <input type="text" class="input-small" placeholder="Key" id="inputKey">
            <label for="inputValue">Value</label>
            <input type="password" class="input-small" placeholder="Value" id="inputValue">
        </div>
    </div>
</form>

Note that I'm using .form-inline to get the propper styling inside a .controls.
You can test it on this jsfiddle

How to add/subtract time (hours, minutes, etc.) from a Pandas DataFrame.Index whos objects are of type datetime.time?

This one worked for me:

>> print(df)
                          TotalVolume  Symbol
2016-04-15 09:00:00       108400       2802.T
2016-04-15 09:05:00       50300        2802.T

>> print(df.set_index(pd.to_datetime(df.index.values) - datetime(2016, 4, 15)))

             TotalVolume  Symbol
09:00:00     108400       2802.T
09:05:00     50300        2802.T

Rails: Missing host to link to! Please provide :host parameter or set default_url_options[:host]

I solved the issue by configuring environment.rb as

YourApp::Application.default_url_options = YourApp::Application.config.action_mailer.default_url_options

You need to set default_url_options for action mailer against each environment like development, testing, staging and production etc.

Reference: Missing host to link to! Please provide :host parameter or set default_url_options[:host]

How to display image with JavaScript?

You could make use of the Javascript DOM API. In particular, look at the createElement() method.

You could create a re-usable function that will create an image like so...

function show_image(src, width, height, alt) {
    var img = document.createElement("img");
    img.src = src;
    img.width = width;
    img.height = height;
    img.alt = alt;

    // This next line will just add it to the <body> tag
    document.body.appendChild(img);
}

Then you could use it like this...

<button onclick=
    "show_image('http://google.com/images/logo.gif', 
                 276, 
                 110, 
                 'Google Logo');">Add Google Logo</button> 

See a working example on jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/Bc6Et/

Detected both log4j-over-slf4j.jar AND slf4j-log4j12.jar on the class path, preempting StackOverflowError.

SBT solution stated above did not work for me. What worked for me is excluding slf4j-log4j12

_x000D_
_x000D_
//dependencies with exclusions_x000D_
libraryDependencies ++= Seq(_x000D_
    //depencies_x000D_
).map(_.exclude("org.slf4j","slf4j-log4j12"))
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Call to undefined function curl_init().?

If you're on Windows:

Go to your php.ini file and remove the ; mark from the beginning of the following line:

;extension=php_curl.dll

After you have saved the file you must restart your HTTP server software (e.g. Apache) before this can take effect.


For Ubuntu 13.0 and above, simply use the debundled package. In a terminal type the following to install it and do not forgot to restart server.

sudo apt-get install php-curl

Or if you're using the old PHP5

sudo apt-get install php5-curl

or

sudo apt-get install php5.6-curl

Then restart apache to activate the package with

sudo service apache2 restart

java.io.StreamCorruptedException: invalid stream header: 7371007E

when I send only one object from the client to server all works well.

when I attempt to send several objects one after another on the same stream I get StreamCorruptedException.

Actually, your client code is writing one object to the server and reading multiple objects from the server. And there is nothing on the server side that is writing the objects that the client is trying to read.

Sorting arrays in NumPy by column

#for sorting along column 1

indexofsort=np.argsort(dataset[:,0],axis=-1,kind='stable') 
dataset   = dataset[indexofsort,:]

How to step through Python code to help debug issues?

There exist breakpoint() method nowadays, which replaces import pdb; pdb.set_trace().

It also has several new features, such as possible environment variables.

Username and password in https url

When you put the username and password in front of the host, this data is not sent that way to the server. It is instead transformed to a request header depending on the authentication schema used. Most of the time this is going to be Basic Auth which I describe below. A similar (but significantly less often used) authentication scheme is Digest Auth which nowadays provides comparable security features.

With Basic Auth, the HTTP request from the question will look something like this:

GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: example.com
Authorization: Basic Zm9vOnBhc3N3b3Jk

The hash like string you see there is created by the browser like this: base64_encode(username + ":" + password).

To outsiders of the HTTPS transfer, this information is hidden (as everything else on the HTTP level). You should take care of logging on the client and all intermediate servers though. The username will normally be shown in server logs, but the password won't. This is not guaranteed though. When you call that URL on the client with e.g. curl, the username and password will be clearly visible on the process list and might turn up in the bash history file.

When you send passwords in a GET request as e.g. http://example.com/login.php?username=me&password=secure the username and password will always turn up in server logs of your webserver, application server, caches, ... unless you specifically configure your servers to not log it. This only applies to servers being able to read the unencrypted http data, like your application server or any middleboxes such as loadbalancers, CDNs, proxies, etc. though.

Basic auth is standardized and implemented by browsers by showing this little username/password popup you might have seen already. When you put the username/password into an HTML form sent via GET or POST, you have to implement all the login/logout logic yourself (which might be an advantage and allows you to more control over the login/logout flow for the added "cost" of having to implement this securely again). But you should never transfer usernames and passwords by GET parameters. If you have to, use POST instead. The prevents the logging of this data by default.

When implementing an authentication mechanism with a user/password entry form and a subsequent cookie-based session as it is commonly used today, you have to make sure that the password is either transported with POST requests or one of the standardized authentication schemes above only.

Concluding I could say, that transfering data that way over HTTPS is likely safe, as long as you take care that the password does not turn up in unexpected places. But that advice applies to every transfer of any password in any way.

How to create NSIndexPath for TableView

Obligatory answer in Swift : NSIndexPath(forRow:row, inSection: section)

You will notice that NSIndexPath.indexPathForRow(row, inSection: section) is not available in swift and you must use the first method to construct the indexPath.

read file from assets

The Scanner class may simplify this.

        StringBuilder sb=new StringBuilder();
        Scanner scanner=null;
        try {
            scanner=new Scanner(getAssets().open("text.txt"));
            while(scanner.hasNextLine()){
                sb.append(scanner.nextLine());
                sb.append('\n');
            }
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }finally {
            if(scanner!=null){try{scanner.close();}catch (Exception e){}}
        }
        mTextView.setText(sb.toString());

Set font-weight using Bootstrap classes

I found this on the Bootstrap website, but it really isn't a Bootstrap class, it's just HTML.

<strong>rendered as bold text</strong>

javascript function wait until another function to finish

In my opinion, deferreds/promises (as you have mentionned) is the way to go, rather than using timeouts.

Here is an example I have just written to demonstrate how you could do it using deferreds/promises.

Take some time to play around with deferreds. Once you really understand them, it becomes very easy to perform asynchronous tasks.

Hope this helps!

$(function(){
    function1().done(function(){
        // function1 is done, we can now call function2
        console.log('function1 is done!');

        function2().done(function(){
            //function2 is done
            console.log('function2 is done!');
        });
    });
});

function function1(){
    var dfrd1 = $.Deferred();
    var dfrd2= $.Deferred();

    setTimeout(function(){
        // doing async stuff
        console.log('task 1 in function1 is done!');
        dfrd1.resolve();
    }, 1000);

    setTimeout(function(){
        // doing more async stuff
        console.log('task 2 in function1 is done!');
        dfrd2.resolve();
    }, 750);

    return $.when(dfrd1, dfrd2).done(function(){
        console.log('both tasks in function1 are done');
        // Both asyncs tasks are done
    }).promise();
}

function function2(){
    var dfrd1 = $.Deferred();
    setTimeout(function(){
        // doing async stuff
        console.log('task 1 in function2 is done!');
        dfrd1.resolve();
    }, 2000);
    return dfrd1.promise();
}

Plotting two variables as lines using ggplot2 on the same graph

For a small number of variables, you can build the plot manually yourself:

ggplot(test_data, aes(date)) + 
  geom_line(aes(y = var0, colour = "var0")) + 
  geom_line(aes(y = var1, colour = "var1"))

How to find a Java Memory Leak

You can find out by measuring memory usage size after calling garbage collector multiple times:

Runtime runtime = Runtime.getRuntime();

while(true) {
    ...
    if(System.currentTimeMillis() % 4000 == 0){
        System.gc();
        float usage = (float) (runtime.totalMemory() - runtime.freeMemory()) / 1024 / 1024;
        System.out.println("Used memory: " + usage + "Mb");
    }

}

If the output numbers were equal, there is no memory leak in your application, but if you saw difference between the numbers of memory usage (increasing numbers), there is memory leak in your project. For example:

Used memory: 14.603279Mb
Used memory: 14.737213Mb
Used memory: 14.772224Mb
Used memory: 14.802681Mb
Used memory: 14.840599Mb
Used memory: 14.900841Mb
Used memory: 14.942261Mb
Used memory: 14.976143Mb

Note that sometimes it takes some time to release memory by some actions like streams and sockets. You should not judge by first outputs, You should test it in a specific amount of time.

React.js, wait for setState to finish before triggering a function?

Why not one more answer? setState() and the setState()-triggered render() have both completed executing when you call componentDidMount() (the first time render() is executed) and/or componentDidUpdate() (any time after render() is executed). (Links are to ReactJS.org docs.)

Example with componentDidUpdate()

Caller, set reference and set state...

<Cmp ref={(inst) => {this.parent=inst}}>;
this.parent.setState({'data':'hello!'});

Render parent...

componentDidMount() {           // componentDidMount() gets called after first state set
    console.log(this.state.data);   // output: "hello!"
}
componentDidUpdate() {          // componentDidUpdate() gets called after all other states set
    console.log(this.state.data);   // output: "hello!"
}

Example with componentDidMount()

Caller, set reference and set state...

<Cmp ref={(inst) => {this.parent=inst}}>
this.parent.setState({'data':'hello!'});

Render parent...

render() {              // render() gets called anytime setState() is called
    return (
        <ChildComponent
            state={this.state}
        />
    );
}

After parent rerenders child, see state in componentDidUpdate().

componentDidMount() {           // componentDidMount() gets called anytime setState()/render() finish
console.log(this.props.state.data); // output: "hello!"
}

Syntax error: Illegal return statement in JavaScript

In my experience, most often this error message means that you have put an accidental closing brace somewhere, leaving the rest of your statements outside the function.

Example:

function a() {
    if (global_block) //syntax error is actually here - missing opening brace
       return;
    } //this unintentionally ends the function

    if (global_somethingelse) {
       //Chrome will show the error occurring here, 
       //but actually the error is in the previous statement
       return; 
    }

    //do something
}

reading HttpwebResponse json response, C#

First you need an object

public class MyObject {
  public string Id {get;set;}
  public string Text {get;set;}
  ...
}

Then in here

    using (var twitpicResponse = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse()) {

        using (var reader = new StreamReader(twitpicResponse.GetResponseStream())) {
            JavaScriptSerializer js = new JavaScriptSerializer();
            var objText = reader.ReadToEnd();
            MyObject myojb = (MyObject)js.Deserialize(objText,typeof(MyObject));
        }

    }

I haven't tested with the hierarchical object you have, but this should give you access to the properties you want.

JavaScriptSerializer System.Web.Script.Serialization

What is the difference between rb and r+b modes in file objects

r+ is used for reading, and writing mode. b is for binary. r+b mode is open the binary file in read or write mode.
You can read more here.

How to remove outliers from a dataset

Use outline = FALSE as an option when you do the boxplot (read the help!).

> m <- c(rnorm(10),5,10)
> bp <- boxplot(m, outline = FALSE)

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Waiting till the async task finish its work

wait until this call is finish its executing

You will need to call AsyncTask.get() method for getting result back and make wait until doInBackground execution is not complete. but this will freeze Main UI thread if you not call get method inside a Thread.

To get result back in UI Thread start AsyncTask as :

String str_result= new RunInBackGround().execute().get();

How to add a recyclerView inside another recyclerView

you can use LayoutInflater to inflate your dynamic data as a layout file.

UPDATE : first create a LinearLayout inside your CardView's layout and assign an ID for it. after that create a layout file that you want to inflate. at last in your onBindViewHolder method in your "RAdaper" class. write these codes :

  mInflater = (LayoutInflater) context.getSystemService(Context.LAYOUT_INFLATER_SERVICE);

  view = mInflater.inflate(R.layout.my_list_custom_row, parent, false);

after that you can initialize data and ClickListeners with your RAdapter Data. hope it helps.

this and this may useful :)

What's the difference between a proxy server and a reverse proxy server?

Proxy: It is making the request on behalf of the client. So, the server will return the response to the proxy, and the proxy will forward the response to the client. In fact, the server will never "learn" who the client was (the client's IP address); it will only know the proxy. However, the client definitely knows the server, since it essentially formats the HTTP request destined for the server, but it just hands it to the proxy.

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Reverse Proxy: It is receiving the request on behalf of the server. It forwards the request to the server, receives the response and then returns the response to the client. In this case, the client will never "learn" who was the actual server (the server's IP address) (with some exceptions); it will only know the proxy. The server will or won't know the actual client, depending on the configurations of the reverse proxy.

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Best database field type for a URL

varchar(max) for SQLServer2005

varchar(65535) for MySQL 5.0.3 and later

This will allocate storage as need and shouldn't affect performance.

CKEditor, Image Upload (filebrowserUploadUrl)

This simple demo may help you in getting what you want. Here is the html/php code from where you want to upload the image:

<html>
<head>
 <script src="http://cdn.ckeditor.com/4.6.2/standard-all/ckeditor.js"></script>
  </head>
<body>
<form  action="index.php" method="POST"  style="width:500xp;">

<textarea rows="5" name="content" id="content"></textarea>

<br>
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Post">

</form>
<script>
 CKEDITOR.replace( 'content', {
  height: 300,
  filebrowserUploadUrl: "upload.php"
 });
</script>
</body>
</html>

and here is the code for upload.php file.

 <?php
if(isset($_FILES['upload']['name']))
{
 $file = $_FILES['upload']['tmp_name'];
 $file_name = $_FILES['upload']['name'];
 $file_name_array = explode(".", $file_name);
 $extension = end($file_name_array);
 //we want to save the image with timestamp and randomnumber
 $new_image_name = time() . rand(). '.' . $extension;
 chmod('upload', 0777);
 $allowed_extension = array("jpg", "gif", "png");
 if(in_array($extension, $allowed_extension))
 {
  move_uploaded_file($file, 'upload/' . $new_image_name);
  $function_number = $_GET['CKEditorFuncNum'];
  $url = 'upload/' . $new_image_name;
  $message = '';
  echo "<script type='text/javascript'>window.parent.CKEDITOR.tools.callFunction($function_number, '$url', '$message');</script>";
 }
}
?>

Note: Don't forget to create a folder "upload" in the same folder and keep all the three files in the same directory. Later you may change their directories once you understand how it works. Also not forget to press send it to the server as shown in picture below.

screenshot

How do I replace a character in a string in Java?

You can use stream and flatMap to map & to &amp;

    String str = "begin&end";
    String newString = str.chars()
        .flatMap(ch -> (ch == '&') ? "&amp;".chars() : IntStream.of(ch))
        .collect(StringBuilder::new, StringBuilder::appendCodePoint, StringBuilder::append)
        .toString();

How to concatenate multiple lines of output to one line?

On red hat linux I just use echo :

echo $(cat /some/file/name)

This gives me all records of a file on just one line.

Triggering change detection manually in Angular

ChangeDetectorRef.detectChanges() - similar to $scope.$digest() -- i.e., check only this component and its children

Connection attempt failed with "ECONNREFUSED - Connection refused by server"

Use port number 22 (for sftp) instead of 21 (normal ftp). Solved this problem for me.

Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) after Installation

In case of Xampp Installation.

Go to your xampp installation and mysql folder, for my case: C:\xampp\mysql

Run the file "resetroot.bat" from cmd or explorer.

My installation started working!!!

jQuery.post( ) .done( ) and success:

Both .done() and .success() are callback functions and they essentially function the same way.

Here's the documentation. The difference is that .success() is deprecated as of jQuery 1.8. You should use .done() instead.

In case you don't want to click the link:

Deprecation Notice

The jqXHR.success(), jqXHR.error(), and jqXHR.complete() callback methods introduced in jQuery 1.5 are deprecated as of jQuery 1.8. To prepare your code for their eventual removal, use jqXHR.done(), jqXHR.fail(), and jqXHR.always() instead.

ImageView in android XML layout with layout_height="wrap_content" has padding top & bottom

I had a simular issue and resolved it using android:adjustViewBounds="true" on the ImageView.

<ImageView
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:adjustViewBounds="true"
    android:contentDescription="@string/banner_alt"
    android:src="@drawable/banner_portrait" />

Turn on torch/flash on iPhone

Here's a shorter version you can now use to turn the light on or off:

AVCaptureDevice *device = [AVCaptureDevice defaultDeviceWithMediaType:AVMediaTypeVideo];
if ([device hasTorch]) {
    [device lockForConfiguration:nil];
    [device setTorchMode:AVCaptureTorchModeOn];  // use AVCaptureTorchModeOff to turn off
    [device unlockForConfiguration];
}

UPDATE: (March 2015)

With iOS 6.0 and later, you can control the brightness or level of the torch using the following method:

- (void)setTorchToLevel:(float)torchLevel
{
    AVCaptureDevice *device = [AVCaptureDevice defaultDeviceWithMediaType:AVMediaTypeVideo];
    if ([device hasTorch]) {
        [device lockForConfiguration:nil];
        if (torchLevel <= 0.0) {
            [device setTorchMode:AVCaptureTorchModeOff];
        }
        else {
            if (torchLevel >= 1.0)
                torchLevel = AVCaptureMaxAvailableTorchLevel;
            BOOL success = [device setTorchModeOnWithLevel:torchLevel   error:nil];
        }
        [device unlockForConfiguration];
    }
}

You may also want to monitor the return value (success) from setTorchModeOnWithLevel:. You may get a failure if you try to set the level too high and the torch is overheating. In that case setting the level to AVCaptureMaxAvailableTorchLevel will set the level to the highest level that is allowed given the temperature of the torch.

How do I connect to an MDF database file?

Go to server explorer > Your Database > Right Click > properties > ConnectionString and copy the connection string and past the copied to connectiongstring code :)

Datetime BETWEEN statement not working in SQL Server

You don't have any error in either of your queries. My guess is the following:

  • No records exists between 2013-10-17' and '2013-10-18'
  • the records the second query returns you exist after '2013-10-18'

Angular, content type is not being sent with $http

         $http({
                method: 'GET',
                url:'/http://localhost:8080/example/test' + toto,
                data: '',
                headers: {
                    'Content-Type': 'application/json'
                }
            }).then(
                function(response) {
                    return response.data;
                }, 
                function(errResponse) {
                    console.error('Error !!');
                    return $q.reject(errResponse);
                }

WARNING: Exception encountered during context initialization - cancelling refresh attempt

  1. To closed ideas,
  2. To remove all folder and file C:/Users/UserName/.m2/org/*,
  3. Open ideas and update Maven project,(right click on project -> maven->update maven project)
  4. After that update the project.

What GRANT USAGE ON SCHEMA exactly do?

For a production system, you can use this configuration :

--ACCESS DB
REVOKE CONNECT ON DATABASE nova FROM PUBLIC;
GRANT  CONNECT ON DATABASE nova  TO user;

--ACCESS SCHEMA
REVOKE ALL     ON SCHEMA public FROM PUBLIC;
GRANT  USAGE   ON SCHEMA public  TO user;

--ACCESS TABLES
REVOKE ALL ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA public FROM PUBLIC ;
GRANT SELECT                         ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA public TO read_only ;
GRANT SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA public TO read_write ;
GRANT ALL                            ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA public TO admin ;

How do I get a decimal value when using the division operator in Python?

There are three options:

>>> 4 / float(100)
0.04
>>> 4 / 100.0
0.04

which is the same behavior as the C, C++, Java etc, or

>>> from __future__ import division
>>> 4 / 100
0.04

You can also activate this behavior by passing the argument -Qnew to the Python interpreter:

$ python -Qnew
>>> 4 / 100
0.04

The second option will be the default in Python 3.0. If you want to have the old integer division, you have to use the // operator.

Edit: added section about -Qnew, thanks to ??O?????!

Python locale error: unsupported locale setting

You error clearly says, you are trying to use locale something was not there.

>>> locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, 'de_DE')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/locale.py", line 581, in setlocale
    return _setlocale(category, locale)
locale.Error: unsupported locale setting

locale.Error: unsupported locale setting

To check available setting, use locale -a

deb@deb-Latitude-E7470:/ambot$ locale -a
C
C.UTF-8
en_AG
en_AG.utf8
en_AU.utf8
en_BW.utf8
en_CA.utf8
en_DK.utf8
en_GB.utf8
en_HK.utf8
en_IE.utf8
en_IN
en_IN.utf8
en_NG
en_NG.utf8
en_NZ.utf8
en_PH.utf8
en_SG.utf8
en_US.utf8
en_ZA.utf8
en_ZM
en_ZM.utf8
en_ZW.utf8
POSIX

so you can use one among,

>>> locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, 'en_AG.utf8')
'en_AG.utf8'
>>> 

for de_DE

This file can either be adjusted manually or updated using the tool, update-locale.

update-locale LANG=de_DE.UTF-8

printf formatting (%d versus %u)

If I understand your question correctly, you need %p to show the address that a pointer is using, for example:

int main() {
    int a = 5;
    int *p = &a;
    printf("%d, %u, %p", p, p, p);

    return 0;
}

will output something like:

-1083791044, 3211176252, 0xbf66a93c

CSS3 Transform Skew One Side

You try with the :before was pretty close, the only thing you had to change was actually using skew instead of the borders: http://jsfiddle.net/Hfkk7/1101/

Edit: Your border approach would work too, the only thing you did wrong was having the before element on top of your div, so the transparent border wasnt showing. If you would have position the pseudo element to the left of your div, everything would have worked too: http://jsfiddle.net/Hfkk7/1102/

Allow Google Chrome to use XMLHttpRequest to load a URL from a local file

startup chrome with --disable-web-security

On Windows:

chrome.exe --disable-web-security

On Mac:

open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/ --args --disable-web-security

This will allow for cross-domain requests.
I'm not aware of if this also works for local files, but let us know !

And mention, this does exactly what you expect, it disables the web security, so be careful with it.

Set a border around a StackPanel.

What about this one :

<DockPanel Margin="8">
    <Border CornerRadius="6" BorderBrush="Gray" Background="LightGray" BorderThickness="2" DockPanel.Dock="Top">
        <StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal">
            <TextBlock FontSize="14" Padding="0 0 8 0" HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center">Search:</TextBlock>
            <TextBox x:Name="txtSearchTerm" HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center" />
            <Image Source="lock.png" Width="32" Height="32" HorizontalAlignment="Center" VerticalAlignment="Center" />            
        </StackPanel>
    </Border>
    <StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal" DockPanel.Dock="Bottom" Height="25" />
</DockPanel>

Login credentials not working with Gmail SMTP

I had already enabled "Allow less secure apps" and my SMPT python program was working perfectly!

But next day it stared giving me "Bad Credentials error (SMTPAuthenticationError: (535, b'5.7.8 Username and Password not accepted)". I was using the exact same credentials as before and the less secure apps option was also enabled..!

Changed my password again but that also did not help.

Still not working? If you still get the SMTPAuthenticationError but now the code is 534, its because the location is unknown. Follow this link:

https://accounts.google.com/DisplayUnlockCaptcha

Click continue and this should give you 10 minutes for registering your new app. So proceed to doing another login attempt now and it should work.

Note: Had to try multipe times to get this option enabled. Once enabled, I tried connecting after 30mins and it worked..!!!

Hope this helps.

Request redirect to /Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2f since MVC 3 install on server

I solved the problem by adding the following lines to the AppSettings section of my web.config file:

<add key="autoFormsAuthentication" value="false" />
<add key="enableSimpleMembership" value="false"/>

how to overwrite css style

Increase your CSS Specificity

Example:

.parent-class .flex-control-thumbs li {
  width: auto;
  float: none;
}

Demo:

_x000D_
_x000D_
.sample-class {
  height: 50px;
  width: 50px;
  background: red;
}

.inner-page .sample-class {
  background: green;
}
_x000D_
<div>
  <div class="sample-class"></div>
</div>

<div class="inner-page">
  <div class="sample-class"></div>
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Unit testing click event in Angular

I had a similar problem (detailed explanation below), and I solved it (in jasmine-core: 2.52) by using the tick function with the same (or greater) amount of milliseconds as in original setTimeout call.

For example, if I had a setTimeout(() => {...}, 2500); (so it will trigger after 2500 ms), I would call tick(2500), and that would solve the problem.

What I had in my component, as a reaction on a Delete button click:

delete() {
    this.myService.delete(this.id)
      .subscribe(
        response => {
          this.message = 'Successfully deleted! Redirecting...';
          setTimeout(() => {
            this.router.navigate(['/home']);
          }, 2500); // I wait for 2.5 seconds before redirect
        });
  }

Her is my working test:

it('should delete the entity', fakeAsync(() => {
    component.id = 1; // preparations..
    component.getEntity(); // this one loads up the entity to my component
    tick(); // make sure that everything that is async is resolved/completed
    expect(myService.getMyThing).toHaveBeenCalledWith(1);
    // more expects here..
    fixture.detectChanges();
    tick();
    fixture.detectChanges();
    const deleteButton = fixture.debugElement.query(By.css('.btn-danger')).nativeElement;
    deleteButton.click(); // I've clicked the button, and now the delete function is called...

    tick(2501); // timeout for redirect is 2500 ms :)  <-- solution

    expect(myService.delete).toHaveBeenCalledWith(1);
    // more expects here..
  }));

P.S. Great explanation on fakeAsync and general asyncs in testing can be found here: a video on Testing strategies with Angular 2 - Julie Ralph, starting from 8:10, lasting 4 minutes :)

python requests get cookies

Alternatively, you can use requests.Session and observe cookies before and after a request:

>>> import requests
>>> session = requests.Session()
>>> print(session.cookies.get_dict())
{}
>>> response = session.get('http://google.com')
>>> print(session.cookies.get_dict())
{'PREF': 'ID=5514c728c9215a9a:FF=0:TM=1406958091:LM=1406958091:S=KfAG0U9jYhrB0XNf', 'NID': '67=TVMYiq2wLMNvJi5SiaONeIQVNqxSc2RAwVrCnuYgTQYAHIZAGESHHPL0xsyM9EMpluLDQgaj3db_V37NjvshV-eoQdA8u43M8UwHMqZdL-S2gjho8j0-Fe1XuH5wYr9v'}

CSS center content inside div

You just do CSS changes for parent div

.parent-div { 
        text-align: center;
        display: block;
}

Can you do a partial checkout with Subversion?

I wrote a script to automate complex sparse checkouts.

#!/usr/bin/env python

'''
This script makes a sparse checkout of an SVN tree in the current working directory.

Given a list of paths in an SVN repository, it will:
1. Checkout the common root directory
2. Update with depth=empty for intermediate directories
3. Update with depth=infinity for the leaf directories
'''

import os
import getpass
import pysvn

__author__ = "Karl Ostmo"
__date__ = "July 13, 2011"

# =============================================================================

# XXX The os.path.commonprefix() function does not behave as expected!
# See here: http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-dev/2002-December/030947.html
# and here: http://nedbatchelder.com/blog/201003/whats_the_point_of_ospathcommonprefix.html
# and here (what ever happened?): http://bugs.python.org/issue400788
from itertools import takewhile
def allnamesequal(name):
    return all(n==name[0] for n in name[1:])

def commonprefix(paths, sep='/'):
    bydirectorylevels = zip(*[p.split(sep) for p in paths])
    return sep.join(x[0] for x in takewhile(allnamesequal, bydirectorylevels))

# =============================================================================
def getSvnClient(options):

    password = options.svn_password
    if not password:
        password = getpass.getpass('Enter SVN password for user "%s": ' % options.svn_username)

    client = pysvn.Client()
    client.callback_get_login = lambda realm, username, may_save: (True, options.svn_username, password, True)
    return client

# =============================================================================
def sparse_update_with_feedback(client, new_update_path):
    revision_list = client.update(new_update_path, depth=pysvn.depth.empty)

# =============================================================================
def sparse_checkout(options, client, repo_url, sparse_path, local_checkout_root):

    path_segments = sparse_path.split(os.sep)
    path_segments.reverse()

    # Update the middle path segments
    new_update_path = local_checkout_root
    while len(path_segments) > 1:
        path_segment = path_segments.pop()
        new_update_path = os.path.join(new_update_path, path_segment)
        sparse_update_with_feedback(client, new_update_path)
        if options.verbose:
            print "Added internal node:", path_segment

    # Update the leaf path segment, fully-recursive
    leaf_segment = path_segments.pop()
    new_update_path = os.path.join(new_update_path, leaf_segment)

    if options.verbose:
        print "Will now update with 'recursive':", new_update_path
    update_revision_list = client.update(new_update_path)

    if options.verbose:
        for revision in update_revision_list:
            print "- Finished updating %s to revision: %d" % (new_update_path, revision.number)

# =============================================================================
def group_sparse_checkout(options, client, repo_url, sparse_path_list, local_checkout_root):

    if not sparse_path_list:
        print "Nothing to do!"
        return

    checkout_path = None
    if len(sparse_path_list) > 1:
        checkout_path = commonprefix(sparse_path_list)
    else:
        checkout_path = sparse_path_list[0].split(os.sep)[0]



    root_checkout_url = os.path.join(repo_url, checkout_path).replace("\\", "/")
    revision = client.checkout(root_checkout_url, local_checkout_root, depth=pysvn.depth.empty)

    checkout_path_segments = checkout_path.split(os.sep)
    for sparse_path in sparse_path_list:

        # Remove the leading path segments
        path_segments = sparse_path.split(os.sep)
        start_segment_index = 0
        for i, segment in enumerate(checkout_path_segments):
            if segment == path_segments[i]:
                start_segment_index += 1
            else:
                break

        pruned_path = os.sep.join(path_segments[start_segment_index:])
        sparse_checkout(options, client, repo_url, pruned_path, local_checkout_root)

# =============================================================================
if __name__ == "__main__":

    from optparse import OptionParser
    usage = """%prog  [path2] [more paths...]"""

    default_repo_url = "http://svn.example.com/MyRepository"
    default_checkout_path = "sparse_trunk"

    parser = OptionParser(usage)
    parser.add_option("-r", "--repo_url", type="str", default=default_repo_url, dest="repo_url", help='Repository URL (default: "%s")' % default_repo_url)
    parser.add_option("-l", "--local_path", type="str", default=default_checkout_path, dest="local_path", help='Local checkout path (default: "%s")' % default_checkout_path)

    default_username = getpass.getuser()
    parser.add_option("-u", "--username", type="str", default=default_username, dest="svn_username", help='SVN login username (default: "%s")' % default_username)
    parser.add_option("-p", "--password", type="str", dest="svn_password", help="SVN login password")

    parser.add_option("-v", "--verbose", action="store_true", default=False, dest="verbose", help="Verbose output")
    (options, args) = parser.parse_args()

    client = getSvnClient(options)
    group_sparse_checkout(
        options,
        client,
        options.repo_url,
        map(os.path.relpath, args),
        options.local_path)

C convert floating point to int

Use in C

int C = var_in_float;

They will convert implicit

How to make the main content div fill height of screen with css

Not sure exactly what your after, but I think I get it.

A header - stays at the top of the screen? A footer - stays at the bottom of the screen? Content area -> fits the space between the footer and the header?

You can do this by absolute positioning or with fixed positioning.

Here is an example with absolute positioning: http://jsfiddle.net/FMYXY/1/

Markup:

<div class="header">Header</div>
<div class="mainbody">Main Body</div>
<div class="footer">Footer</div>

CSS:

.header {outline:1px solid red; height: 40px; position:absolute; top:0px; width:100%;}
.mainbody {outline:1px solid green; min-height:200px; position:absolute; top:40px; width:100%; height:90%;}
.footer {outline:1px solid blue; height:20px; position:absolute; height:25px;bottom:0; width:100%; } 

To make it work best, I'd suggest using % instead of pixels, as you will run into problems with different screen/device sizes.

Saving images in Python at a very high quality

Okay, I found spencerlyon2's answer working. However, in case anybody would find himself/herself not knowing what to do with that one line, I had to do it this way:

beingsaved = plt.figure()

# Some scatter plots
plt.scatter(X_1_x, X_1_y)
plt.scatter(X_2_x, X_2_y)

beingsaved.savefig('destination_path.eps', format='eps', dpi=1000)

How to initialize struct?

Structure types should, whenever practical, either have all of their state encapsulated in public fields which may independently be set to any values which are valid for their respective type, or else behave as a single unified value which can only bet set via constructor, factory, method, or else by passing an instance of the struct as an explicit ref parameter to one of its public methods. Contrary to what some people claim, that there's nothing wrong with a struct having public fields, if it is supposed to represent a set of values which may sensibly be either manipulated individually or passed around as a group (e.g. the coordinates of a point). Historically, there have been problems with structures that had public property setters, and a desire to avoid public fields (implying that setters should be used instead) has led some people to suggest that mutable structures should be avoided altogether, but fields do not have the problems that properties had. Indeed, an exposed-field struct is the ideal representation for a loose collection of independent variables, since it is just a loose collection of variables.

In your particular example, however, it appears that the two fields of your struct are probably not supposed to be independent. There are three ways your struct could sensibly be designed:

  • You could have the only public field be the string, and then have a read-only "helper" property called length which would report its length if the string is non-null, or return zero if the string is null.

  • You could have the struct not expose any public fields, property setters, or mutating methods, and have the contents of the only field--a private string--be specified in the object's constructor. As above, length would be a property that would report the length of the stored string.

  • You could have the struct not expose any public fields, property setters, or mutating methods, and have two private fields: one for the string and one for the length, both of which would be set in a constructor that takes a string, stores it, measures its length, and stores that. Determining the length of a string is sufficiently fast that it probably wouldn't be worthwhile to compute and cache it, but it might be useful to have a structure that combined a string and its GetHashCode value.

It's important to be aware of a detail with regard to the third design, however: if non-threadsafe code causes one instance of the structure to be read while another thread is writing to it, that may cause the accidental creation of a struct instance whose field values are inconsistent. The resulting behaviors may be a little different from those that occur when classes are used in non-threadsafe fashion. Any code having anything to do with security must be careful not to assume that structure fields will be in a consistent state, since malicious code--even in a "full trust" enviroment--can easily generate structs whose state is inconsistent if that's what it wants to do.

PS -- If you wish to allow your structure to be initialized using an assignment from a string, I would suggest using an implicit conversion operator and making Length be a read-only property that returns the length of the underlying string if non-null, or zero if the string is null.

Disable Rails SQL logging in console

In Rails 3.2 I'm doing something like this in config/environment/development.rb:

module MyApp
  class Application < Rails::Application
    console do
      ActiveRecord::Base.logger = Logger.new( Rails.root.join("log", "development.log") )
    end
  end
end

HTML table: keep the same width for columns

well, why don't you (get rid of sidebar and) squeeze the table so it is without show/hide effect? It looks odd to me now. The table is too robust.
Otherwise I think scunliffe's suggestion should do it. Or if you wish, you can just set the exact width of table and set either percentage or pixel width for table cells.