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Which Architecture patterns are used on Android?

Here is a great article on Common Design Patterns for Android:

Creational patterns:

  • Builder (e.g. AlertDialog.Builder)
  • Dependency Injection (e.g. Dagger 2)
  • Singleton

Structural patterns:

  • Adapter (e.g. RecyclerView.Adapter)
  • Facade (e.g. Retrofit)

Behavioral patterns:

  • Command (e.g. EventBus)
  • Observer (e.g. RxAndroid)
  • Model View Controller
  • Model View ViewModel (similar to the MVC pattern above)

syntax error near unexpected token `('

Since you've got both the shell that you're typing into and the shell that sudo -s runs, you need to quote or escape twice. (EDITED fixed quoting)

sudo -su db2inst1 '/opt/ibm/db2/V9.7/bin/db2 force application \(1995\)'

or

sudo -su db2inst1 /opt/ibm/db2/V9.7/bin/db2 force application \\\(1995\\\)

Out of curiosity, why do you need -s? Can't you just do this:

sudo -u db2inst1 /opt/ibm/db2/V9.7/bin/db2 force application \(1995\)

Apache 13 permission denied in user's home directory

selinux is cause for that problem.....

TException: Error: TSocket: Could not connect to localhost:9160 (Permission denied [13]) To resolve it, you need to change an SELinux boolean value (which will automatically persist across reboots). You may also want to restart httpd to reset the proxy worker, although this isn't strictly required.

setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect 1

or

(13) Permission Denied

Error 13 indicates a filesystem permissions problem. That is, Apache was denied access to a file or directory due to incorrect permissions. It does not, in general, imply a problem in the Apache configuration files.

In order to serve files, Apache must have the proper permission granted by the operating system to access those files. In particular, the User or Group specified in httpd.conf must be able to read all files that will be served and search the directory containing those files, along with all parent directories up to the root of the filesystem.

Typical permissions on a unix-like system for resources not owned by the User or Group specified in httpd.conf would be 644 -rw-r--r-- for ordinary files and 755 drwxr-x-r-x for directories or CGI scripts. You may also need to check extended permissions (such as SELinux permissions) on operating systems that support them.

An Example

Lets say that you received the Permission Denied error when accessing the file /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/foo/bar.html on a unix-like system.

First check the existing permissions on the file:

cd /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/foo ls -l bar.htm

Fix them if necessary:

chmod 644 bar.html

Then do the same for the directory and each parent directory (/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/foo, /usr/local/apache2/htdocs, /usr/local/apache2, /usr/local, /usr):

ls -la chmod +x . cd ..

repeat up to the root

On some systems, the utility namei can be used to help find permissions problems by listing the permissions along each component of the path:

namei -m /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/foo/bar.html

If all the standard permissions are correct and you still get a Permission Denied error, you should check for extended-permissions. For example you can use the command setenforce 0 to turn off SELinux and check to see if the problem goes away. If so, ls -alZ can be used to view SELinux permission and chcon to fix them.

In rare cases, this can be caused by other issues, such as a file permissions problem elsewhere in your apache2.conf file. For example, a WSGIScriptAlias directive not mapping to an actual file. The error message may not be accurate about which file was unreadable.

DO NOT set files or directories to mode 777, even "just to test", even if "it's just a test server". The purpose of a test server is to get things right in a safe environment, not to get away with doing it wrong. All it will tell you is if the problem is with files that actually exist.

Parsing Json rest api response in C#

  1. Create classes that match your data,
  2. then use JSON.NET to convert the JSON data to regular C# objects.

Step 1: a great tool - http://json2csharp.com/ - the results generated by it are below

Step 2: JToken.Parse(...).ToObject<RootObject>().

public class Meta
{
    public int code { get; set; }
    public string status { get; set; }
    public string method_name { get; set; }
}

public class Photos
{
    public int total_count { get; set; }
}

public class Storage
{
    public int used { get; set; }
}

public class Stats
{
    public Photos photos { get; set; }
    public Storage storage { get; set; }
}

public class From
{
    public string id { get; set; }
    public string first_name { get; set; }
    public string created_at { get; set; }
    public string updated_at { get; set; }
    public List<object> external_accounts { get; set; }
    public string email { get; set; }
    public string confirmed_at { get; set; }
    public string username { get; set; }
    public string admin { get; set; }
    public Stats stats { get; set; }
}

public class ParticipateUser
{
    public string id { get; set; }
    public string first_name { get; set; }
    public string created_at { get; set; }
    public string updated_at { get; set; }
    public List<object> external_accounts { get; set; }
    public string email { get; set; }
    public string confirmed_at { get; set; }
    public string username { get; set; }
    public string admin { get; set; }
    public Stats stats { get; set; }
}

public class ChatGroup
{
    public string id { get; set; }
    public string created_at { get; set; }
    public string updated_at { get; set; }
    public string message { get; set; }
    public List<ParticipateUser> participate_users { get; set; }
}

public class Chat
{
    public string id { get; set; }
    public string created_at { get; set; }
    public string updated_at { get; set; }
    public string message { get; set; }
    public From from { get; set; }
    public ChatGroup chat_group { get; set; }
}

public class Response
{
    public List<Chat> chats { get; set; }
}

public class RootObject
{
    public Meta meta { get; set; }
    public Response response { get; set; }
}

How to obtain the last path segment of a URI

I'm using the following in a utility class:

public static String lastNUriPathPartsOf(final String uri, final int n, final String... ellipsis)
  throws URISyntaxException {
    return lastNUriPathPartsOf(new URI(uri), n, ellipsis);
}

public static String lastNUriPathPartsOf(final URI uri, final int n, final String... ellipsis) {
    return uri.toString().contains("/")
        ? (ellipsis.length == 0 ? "..." : ellipsis[0])
          + uri.toString().substring(StringUtils.lastOrdinalIndexOf(uri.toString(), "/", n))
        : uri.toString();
}

How to retrieve a single file from a specific revision in Git?

And to nicely dump it into a file (on Windows at least) - Git Bash:

$ echo "`git show 60d8bdfc:src/services/LocationMonitor.java`" >> LM_60d8bdfc.java

The " quotes are needed so it preserves newlines.

Making HTTP Requests using Chrome Developer tools

I know, old post ... but it might be helpful to leave this here.

Modern browsers are now supporting the Fetch API.

You can use it like this:

fetch("<url>")
    .then(data => data.json()) // could be .text() or .blob() depending on the data you are expecting
    .then(console.log); // print your data

ps: It will make all CORS checks, since it's an improved XmlHttpRequest.

How to run Nginx within a Docker container without halting?

Here you have an example of a Dockerfile that runs nginx. As mentionned by Charles, it uses the daemon off configuration:

https://github.com/darron/docker-nginx-php5/blob/master/Dockerfile#L17

How do I generate a list with a specified increment step?

You can use scalar multiplication to modify each element in your vector.

> r <- 0:10 
> r <- r * 2
> r 
 [1]  0  2  4  6  8 10 12 14 16 18 20

or

> r <- 0:10 * 2 
> r 
 [1]  0  2  4  6  8 10 12 14 16 18 20

Simple proof that GUID is not unique

Not to p**s on the bonfire here, but it does actually happen, and yes, I understand the joking you have been giving this guy, but the GUID is unique only in principle, I bumped into this thread because there is a bug in the WP7 emulator which means every time it boots it gives out the SAME GUID the first time it is called! So, where in theory you cannot have a conflict, if there is a problem generating said GUI, then you can get duplicates

http://forums.create.msdn.com/forums/p/92086/597310.aspx#597310

how to get rid of notification circle in right side of the screen?

This stuff comes from ES file explorer

Just go into this app > settings

Then there is an option that says logging floating window, you just need to disable that and you will get rid of this infernal bubble for good

Javascript - check array for value

If you don't care about legacy browsers:

if ( bank_holidays.indexOf( '06/04/2012' ) > -1 )

if you do care about legacy browsers, there is a shim available on MDN. Otherwise, jQuery provides an equivalent function:

if ( $.inArray( '06/04/2012', bank_holidays ) > -1 )

How do I get the unix timestamp in C as an int?

An important point is to consider if you perform tasks based on difference between 2 timestamps because you will get odd behavior if you generate it with gettimeofday(), and even clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME,..) at the moment where you will set the time of your system.

To prevent such problem, use clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC_RAW, &tms) instead.

Completely Remove MySQL Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Remove /etc/my.cnf file and retry the installation, it worked for me for exactly same problem. :-)

Writing unit tests in Python: How do I start?

As others already replied, it's late to write unit tests, but not too late. The question is whether your code is testable or not. Indeed, it's not easy to put existing code under test, there is even a book about this: Working Effectively with Legacy Code (see key points or precursor PDF).

Now writing the unit tests or not is your call. You just need to be aware that it could be a tedious task. You might tackle this to learn unit-testing or consider writing acceptance (end-to-end) tests first, and start writing unit tests when you'll change the code or add new feature to the project.

forcing web-site to show in landscape mode only

I had to play with the widths of my main containers:

html {
  @media only screen and (orientation: portrait) and (max-width: 555px) {
    transform: rotate(90deg);
    width: calc(155%);
    .content {
      width: calc(155%);
    }
  }
}

Transfer data from one database to another database

if both databases are on same server and you want to transfer entire table (make copy of it) then use simple select into statement ...

select * into anotherDatabase..copyOfTable from oneDatabase..tableName

You can then write cursor top of sysobjects and copy entire set of tables that way.

If you want more complex data extraction & transformation, then use SSIS and build appropriate ETL in it.

ORA-28000: the account is locked error getting frequently

Solution 01

Account Unlock by using below query :

SQL> select USERNAME,ACCOUNT_STATUS from dba_users where username='ABCD_DEV';    
USERNAME             ACCOUNT_STATUS
-------------------- --------------------------------
ABCD_DEV       LOCKED

SQL> alter user ABCD_DEV account unlock;    
User altered.

SQL> select USERNAME,ACCOUNT_STATUS from dba_users where username='ABCD_DEV';    
USERNAME             ACCOUNT_STATUS
-------------------- --------------------------------
ABCD_DEV       OPEN

Solution 02

Check PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME parameter by using below query :

SELECT resource_name, limit FROM dba_profiles WHERE profile = 'DEFAULT' AND resource_type = 'PASSWORD';

RESOURCE_NAME                    LIMIT
-------------------------------- ------------------------------
FAILED_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS            10
PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME               10
PASSWORD_REUSE_TIME              10
PASSWORD_REUSE_MAX               UNLIMITED
PASSWORD_VERIFY_FUNCTION         NULL
PASSWORD_LOCK_TIME               1
PASSWORD_GRACE_TIME              7
INACTIVE_ACCOUNT_TIME            UNLIMITED

Change the parameter using below query

ALTER PROFILE DEFAULT LIMIT PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME UNLIMITED;

How do I find my host and username on mysql?

Default user for MySQL is "root", and server "localhost".

C# Error "The type initializer for ... threw an exception

I got this error when I modified an Nlog configuration file and didn't format the XML correctly.

How to sum a list of integers with java streams?

You can use reduce method:

long sum = result.stream().map(e -> e.getCreditAmount()).reduce(0L, (x, y) -> x + y);

or

long sum = result.stream().map(e -> e.getCreditAmount()).reduce(0L, Integer::sum);

Turn off iPhone/Safari input element rounding

The accepted answer made radio button disappear on Chrome. This works:

input:not([type="radio"]):not([type="checkbox"]) {
    -webkit-appearance: none;
    border-radius: 0;
}

Unsupported method: BaseConfig.getApplicationIdSuffix()

If this ()Unsupported method: BaseConfig.getApplicationIdSuffix Android Project is old and you have updated Android Studio, what I did was simply CLOSE PROJECT and ran it again. It solved the issue for me. Did not add any dependencies or whatever as described by other answers.

How do I convert an existing callback API to promises?

From the future

A simple generic function I normally use.

const promisify = (fn, ...args) => {
  return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    fn(...args, (err, data) => {
      if (err) {
        return reject(err);
      }
      resolve(data);
    });
  });
};

How to use it

   promisify(fn, arg1, arg2)

You are probably not looking to this answer, but this will help understand the inner workings of the available utils

How to detect when a UIScrollView has finished scrolling

I only just found this question, which is pretty much the same I asked: How to know exactly when a UIScrollView's scrolling has stopped?

Though didEndDecelerating works when scrolling, panning with stationary release does not register.

I eventually found a solution. didEndDragging has a parameter WillDecelerate, which is false in the stationary release situation.

By checking for !decelerate in DidEndDragging, combined with didEndDecelerating, you get both situations that are the end of scrolling.

Android - Spacing between CheckBox and text

This behavior appears to have changed in Jelly Bean. The paddingLeft trick adds additional padding, making the text look too far right. Any one else notice that?

hadoop No FileSystem for scheme: file

I faced the same problem. I found two solutions: (1) Editing the jar file manually:

Open the jar file with WinRar (or similar tools). Go to Meta-info > services , and edit "org.apache.hadoop.fs.FileSystem" by appending:

org.apache.hadoop.fs.LocalFileSystem

(2) Changing the order of my dependencies as follow

<dependencies>
<dependency>
  <groupId>org.apache.hadoop</groupId>
  <artifactId>hadoop-hdfs</artifactId>
  <version>3.2.1</version>
</dependency>

<dependency>
  <groupId>org.apache.hadoop</groupId>
  <artifactId>hadoop-common</artifactId>
  <version>3.2.1</version>
</dependency>

<dependency>
  <groupId>org.apache.hadoop</groupId>
  <artifactId>hadoop-mapreduce-client-core</artifactId>
  <version>3.2.1</version>
</dependency>

<dependency>
  <groupId>org.apache.hadoop</groupId>
  <artifactId>hadoop-client</artifactId>
  <version>3.2.1</version>
</dependency>



</dependencies>

Add hover text without javascript like we hover on a user's reputation

Use the title attribute, for example:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<div title="them's hoverin' words">hover me</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

or:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<span title="them's hoverin' words">hover me</span>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

node.js, socket.io with SSL

This is how I managed to set it up with express:

var fs = require( 'fs' );
var app = require('express')();
var https        = require('https');
var server = https.createServer({
    key: fs.readFileSync('./test_key.key'),
    cert: fs.readFileSync('./test_cert.crt'),
    ca: fs.readFileSync('./test_ca.crt'),
    requestCert: false,
    rejectUnauthorized: false
},app);
server.listen(8080);

var io = require('socket.io').listen(server);

io.sockets.on('connection',function (socket) {
    ...
});

app.get("/", function(request, response){
    ...
})


I hope that this will save someone's time.

Update : for those using lets encrypt use this

var server = https.createServer({ 
                key: fs.readFileSync('privkey.pem'),
                cert: fs.readFileSync('fullchain.pem') 
             },app);

The view didn't return an HttpResponse object. It returned None instead

Python is very sensitive to indentation, with the code below I got the same error:

    except IntegrityError as e:
        if 'unique constraint' in e.args:
            return render(request, "calender.html")

The correct indentation is:

    except IntegrityError as e:
        if 'unique constraint' in e.args:
        return render(request, "calender.html")

Error "library not found for" after putting application in AdMob

Simply, GoogleAdMobAds.a is missing in project target. For me it was libAdIdAccessLibrary.a Please check attached screenshot

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How to have an automatic timestamp in SQLite?

Reading datefunc a working example of automatic datetime completion would be:

sqlite> CREATE TABLE 'test' ( 
   ...>    'id' INTEGER PRIMARY KEY,
   ...>    'dt1' DATETIME NOT NULL DEFAULT (datetime(CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, 'localtime')), 
   ...>    'dt2' DATETIME NOT NULL DEFAULT (strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', 'now', 'localtime')), 
   ...>    'dt3' DATETIME NOT NULL DEFAULT (strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%f', 'now', 'localtime'))
   ...> );

Let's insert some rows in a way that initiates automatic datetime completion:

sqlite> INSERT INTO 'test' ('id') VALUES (null);
sqlite> INSERT INTO 'test' ('id') VALUES (null);

The stored data clearly shows that the first two are the same but not the third function:

sqlite> SELECT * FROM 'test';
1|2017-09-26 09:10:08|2017-09-26 09:10:08|2017-09-26 09:10:08.053
2|2017-09-26 09:10:56|2017-09-26 09:10:56|2017-09-26 09:10:56.894

Pay attention that SQLite functions are surrounded in parenthesis! How difficult was this to show it in one example?

Have fun!

Creating columns in listView and add items

I didn't see anyone answer this correctly. So I'm posting it here. In order to get columns to show up you need to specify the following line.

lvRegAnimals.View = View.Details;

And then add your columns after that.

lvRegAnimals.Columns.Add("Id", -2, HorizontalAlignment.Left);
lvRegAnimals.Columns.Add("Name", -2, HorizontalAlignment.Left);
lvRegAnimals.Columns.Add("Age", -2, HorizontalAlignment.Left);

Hope this helps anyone else looking for this answer in the future.

Beginner Python Practice?

Try this site full of Python Practice Problems. It leans towards problems that has already been solved so that you'll have reference solutions.

How to get row count using ResultSet in Java?

Following two options worked for me:

1) A function that returns the number of rows in your ResultSet.

private int resultSetCount(ResultSet resultSet) throws SQLException{
    try{
        int i = 0;
        while (resultSet.next()) {
            i++;
        }
        return i;
    } catch (Exception e){
       System.out.println("Error getting row count");
       e.printStackTrace();
    }
    return 0;
}

2) Create a second SQL statement with the COUNT option.

Function to get yesterday's date in Javascript in format DD/MM/YYYY

Try this:

function getYesterdaysDate() {
    var date = new Date();
    date.setDate(date.getDate()-1);
    return date.getDate() + '/' + (date.getMonth()+1) + '/' + date.getFullYear();
}

pandas DataFrame: replace nan values with average of columns

If you want to impute missing values with mean and you want to go column by column, then this will only impute with the mean of that column. This might be a little more readable.

sub2['income'] = sub2['income'].fillna((sub2['income'].mean()))

How to open a file for both reading and writing?

r+ is the canonical mode for reading and writing at the same time. This is not different from using the fopen() system call since file() / open() is just a tiny wrapper around this operating system call.

Stop mouse event propagation

If you're in a method bound to an event, simply return false:

@Component({
  (...)
  template: `
    <a href="/test.html" (click)="doSomething()">Test</a>
  `
})
export class MyComp {
  doSomething() {
    (...)
    return false;
  }
}

Passing variable number of arguments around

I'm unsure if this works for all compilers, but it has worked so far for me.

void inner_func(int &i)
{
  va_list vars;
  va_start(vars, i);
  int j = va_arg(vars);
  va_end(vars); // Generally useless, but should be included.
}

void func(int i, ...)
{
  inner_func(i);
}

You can add the ... to inner_func() if you want, but you don't need it. It works because va_start uses the address of the given variable as the start point. In this case, we are giving it a reference to a variable in func(). So it uses that address and reads the variables after that on the stack. The inner_func() function is reading from the stack address of func(). So it only works if both functions use the same stack segment.

The va_start and va_arg macros will generally work if you give them any var as a starting point. So if you want you can pass pointers to other functions and use those too. You can make your own macros easily enough. All the macros do is typecast memory addresses. However making them work for all the compilers and calling conventions is annoying. So it's generally easier to use the ones that come with the compiler.

iPhone App Development on Ubuntu

I found one interesting site which seems pretty detailed on how you could setup a ubuntu for iPhone development. But it's a little old from November 2008 for the SDK 2.0.

Ubuntu 8.10 for iPhone open toolchain SDK2.0

The instructions also include something about the Android SDK/Emulator which you can leave out.

Swift - Remove " character from string

If you are getting the output Optional(5) when trying to print the value of 5 in an optional Int or String, you should unwrap the value first:

if value != nil
{ print(value)
}

or you can use this:

if let value = text {
    print(value)
}

or in simple just 1 line answer:

print(value ?? "")

The last line will check if variable 'value' has any value assigned to it, if not it will print empty string

Python vs Bash - In which kind of tasks each one outruns the other performance-wise?

If you are looking to cobble together a quick utility with minimal effort, bash is good. For a wrapper round an application, bash is invaluable.

Anything that may have you coming back over and over to add improvements is probably (though not always) better suited to a language like Python as Bash code comprising over a 1000 lines gets very painful to maintain. Bash code is also irritating to debug when it gets long.......

Part of the problem with these kind of questions is, from my experience, that shell scripts are usually all custom tasks. There have been very few shell scripting tasks that I have come across where there is already a solution freely available.

PG::ConnectionBad - could not connect to server: Connection refused

You would need to restart the Postgresql Server.

If you are using ubuntu you can restart Postgresql by following command

sudo service postgresql restart

Why doesn't file_get_contents work?

If it is a local file, you have to wrap it in htmlspecialchars like so:

    $myfile = htmlspecialchars(file_get_contents($file_name));

Then it works

Is there a version of JavaScript's String.indexOf() that allows for regular expressions?

Based on BaileyP's answer. The main difference is that these methods return -1 if the pattern can't be matched.

Edit: Thanks to Jason Bunting's answer I got an idea. Why not modify the .lastIndex property of the regex? Though this will only work for patterns with the global flag (/g).

Edit: Updated to pass the test-cases.

String.prototype.regexIndexOf = function(re, startPos) {
    startPos = startPos || 0;

    if (!re.global) {
        var flags = "g" + (re.multiline?"m":"") + (re.ignoreCase?"i":"");
        re = new RegExp(re.source, flags);
    }

    re.lastIndex = startPos;
    var match = re.exec(this);

    if (match) return match.index;
    else return -1;
}

String.prototype.regexLastIndexOf = function(re, startPos) {
    startPos = startPos === undefined ? this.length : startPos;

    if (!re.global) {
        var flags = "g" + (re.multiline?"m":"") + (re.ignoreCase?"i":"");
        re = new RegExp(re.source, flags);
    }

    var lastSuccess = -1;
    for (var pos = 0; pos <= startPos; pos++) {
        re.lastIndex = pos;

        var match = re.exec(this);
        if (!match) break;

        pos = match.index;
        if (pos <= startPos) lastSuccess = pos;
    }

    return lastSuccess;
}

Dump a mysql database to a plaintext (CSV) backup from the command line

If you want to dump the entire db as csv

#!/bin/bash

host=hostname
uname=username
pass=password

port=portnr
db=db_name
s3_url=s3://bxb2-anl-analyzed-pue2/bxb_ump/db_dump/



DATE=`date +%Y%m%d`
rm -rf $DATE

echo 'show tables' | mysql -B -h${host} -u${uname} -p${pass} -P${port} ${db} > tables.txt
awk 'NR>1' tables.txt > tables_new.txt

while IFS= read -r line
do
  mkdir -p $DATE/$line
  echo "select * from $line" | mysql -B -h"${host}" -u"${uname}" -p"${pass}" -P"${port}" "${db}" > $DATE/$line/dump.tsv
done < tables_new.txt

touch $DATE/$DATE.fin


rm -rf tables_new.txt tables.txt

Android java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError

You can also get this error if you try to include a jar which was compiled with jdk 1.7 instead of 1.6.

In my case, I figured this out by trying to package my app with the Ant scripts provided by the SDK, instead of ADT, and I noticed these errors, which ADT did not show me:

  [dex] Pre-Dexing libjingle_peerconnection.jar -> libjingle_peerconnection-2f82c9bf868a6c58eaf2c3b2fe6a09f3.jar
   [dx]
   [dx] trouble processing:
   [dx] bad class file magic (cafebabe) or version (0033.0000)
   [dx] ...while parsing org/webrtc/StatsReport$Value.class
   [dx] ...while processing org/webrtc/StatsReport$Value.class

I recompiled my jar with jdk 1.6 and the error was fixed.

This certificate has an invalid issuer Apple Push Services

Just try to set local date earlier than Feb 14. Works for me! Not a complete solution but temporary solve the problem.

Material UI and Grid system

The way I do is go to http://getbootstrap.com/customize/ and only check "grid system" to download. There are bootstrap-theme.css and bootstrap.css in downloaded files, and I only need the latter.

In this way, I can use the grid system of Bootstrap, with everything else from Material UI.

What is the canonical way to trim a string in Ruby without creating a new string?

I think your example is a sensible approach, although you could simplify it slightly as:

@title = tokens[Title].strip! || tokens[Title] if tokens[Title]

Alternative you could put it on two lines:

@title = tokens[Title] || ''
@title.strip!

Get domain name from given url

// groovy
String hostname ={url -> url[(url.indexOf('://')+ 3)..-1]?.split('/')[0]? }

hostname('http://hello.world.com/something') // return 'hello.world.com'
hostname('docker://quay.io/skopeo/stable') // return 'quay.io'

How to obtain the query string from the current URL with JavaScript?

This will add a global function to access to the queryString variables as a map.

// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Add function for 'window.location.query( [queryString] )' which returns an object
// of querystring keys and their values. An optional string parameter can be used as
// an alternative to 'window.location.search'.
// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Add function for 'window.location.query.makeString( object, [addQuestionMark] )'
// which returns a queryString from an object. An optional boolean parameter can be
// used to toggle a leading question mark.
// -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
if (!window.location.query) {
    window.location.query = function (source) {
        var map = {};
        source = source || this.search;

        if ("" != source) {
            var groups = source, i;

            if (groups.indexOf("?") == 0) {
                groups = groups.substr(1);
            }

            groups = groups.split("&");

            for (i in groups) {
                source = groups[i].split("=",
                    // For: xxx=, Prevents: [xxx, ""], Forces: [xxx]
                    (groups[i].slice(-1) !== "=") + 1
                );

                // Key
                i = decodeURIComponent(source[0]);

                // Value
                source = source[1];
                source = typeof source === "undefined"
                    ? source
                    : decodeURIComponent(source);

                // Save Duplicate Key
                if (i in map) {
                    if (Object.prototype.toString.call(map[i]) !== "[object Array]") {
                        map[i] = [map[i]];
                    }

                    map[i].push(source);
                }

                // Save New Key
                else {
                    map[i] = source;
                }
            }
        }

        return map;
    }

    window.location.query.makeString = function (source, addQuestionMark) {
        var str = "", i, ii, key;

        if (typeof source == "boolean") {
            addQuestionMark = source;
            source = undefined;
        }

        if (source == undefined) {
            str = window.location.search;
        }
        else {
            for (i in source) {
                key = "&" + encodeURIComponent(i);

                if (Object.prototype.toString.call(source[i]) !== "[object Array]") {
                    str += key + addUndefindedValue(source[i]);
                }
                else {
                    for (ii = 0; ii < source[i].length; ii++) {
                        str += key + addUndefindedValue(source[i][ii]);
                    }
                }
            }
        }

        return (addQuestionMark === false ? "" : "?") + str.substr(1);
    }

    function addUndefindedValue(source) {
        return typeof source === "undefined"
            ? ""
            : "=" + encodeURIComponent(source);
    }
}

Enjoy.

Highlight all occurrence of a selected word?

First ensure that hlsearch is enabled by issuing the following command

:set hlsearch

You can also add this to your .vimrc file as set

set hlsearch

now when you use the quick search mechanism in command mode or a regular search command, all results will be highlighted. To move forward between results, press 'n' to move backwards press 'N'

In normal mode, to perform a quick search for the word under the cursor and to jump to the next occurrence in one command press '*', you can also search for the word under the cursor and move to the previous occurrence by pressing '#'

In normal mode, quick search can also be invoked with the

/searchterm<Enter>

to remove highlights on ocuurences use, I have bound this to a shortcut in my .vimrc

:nohl

Can't import javax.servlet.annotation.WebServlet

You need to add your servlet-api.jar to the build path of your project. Have a look here for how to do that.

Read lines from a text file but skip the first two lines

You can use random access.

Open "C:\docs\TESTFILE.txt" For Random As #1 

    Position = 3    ' Define record number.
    Get #1, Position, ARecord    ' Read record.

Close #1

Search for all files in project containing the text 'querystring' in Eclipse

press Ctrl + H . Then choose "File Search" tab.

additional search options

search for resources: Ctrl + Shift + R

search for Java types: Ctrl + Shift + T

Is there any WinSCP equivalent for linux?

One thing I find WinSCP does well that I cannot do easily with Ubuntu tools is tunneling to a secondary machine. This is done with one with one connection setting in WinSCP. While I can use the native file browsers in Ubuntu (11.11) to reach any machine, I cannot easily tunnel thru an intermediate machine to reach a third one. I suspect it is because I do not well understand how to set up tunneling. I am toying with gSTM, but there is little documentation, and I suspect it is for setting up local tunnels, not remote ones. In any case it is not as dead simple as WinSCP made it. This is no anwser, but perhaps it highlights a critical feature of WinSCP that suggestions for alternatives should address.

Now off to learn more about tunneling...

Up, Down, Left and Right arrow keys do not trigger KeyDown event

I was having the exact same problem. I considered the answer @Snarfblam provided; however, if you read the documentation on MSDN, the ProcessCMDKey method is meant to override key events for menu items in an application.

I recently stumbled across this article from microsoft, which looks quite promising: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.control.previewkeydown.aspx. According to microsoft, the best thing to do is set e.IsInputKey=true; in the PreviewKeyDown event after detecting the arrow keys. Doing so will fire the KeyDown event.

This worked quite well for me and was less hack-ish than overriding the ProcessCMDKey.

How to set the context path of a web application in Tomcat 7.0

Here follows the only solutions that worked for me. Add this to the Host node in the conf/server.xml

<Context path="" docBase="yourAppContextName">

  <!-- Default set of monitored resources -->
  <WatchedResource>WEB-INF/web.xml</WatchedResource>

</Context>

go to Tomcat server.xml file and set path blank

How to print the ld(linker) search path

The most compatible command I've found for gcc and clang on Linux (thanks to armando.sano):

$ gcc -m64 -Xlinker --verbose  2>/dev/null | grep SEARCH | sed 's/SEARCH_DIR("=\?\([^"]\+\)"); */\1\n/g'  | grep -vE '^$'

if you give -m32, it will output the correct library directories.

Examples on my machine:

for g++ -m64:

/usr/x86_64-linux-gnu/lib64
/usr/i686-linux-gnu/lib64
/usr/local/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu
/usr/local/lib64
/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu
/lib64
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu
/usr/lib64
/usr/local/lib
/lib
/usr/lib

for g++ -m32:

/usr/i686-linux-gnu/lib32
/usr/local/lib32
/lib32
/usr/lib32
/usr/local/lib/i386-linux-gnu
/usr/local/lib
/lib/i386-linux-gnu
/lib
/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu
/usr/lib

When should I use File.separator and when File.pathSeparator?

If you mean File.separator and File.pathSeparator then:

  • File.pathSeparator is used to separate individual file paths in a list of file paths. Consider on windows, the PATH environment variable. You use a ; to separate the file paths so on Windows File.pathSeparator would be ;.

  • File.separator is either / or \ that is used to split up the path to a specific file. For example on Windows it is \ or C:\Documents\Test

How to convert Map keys to array?

Map.keys() returns a MapIterator object which can be converted to Array using Array.from:

let keys = Array.from( myMap.keys() );
// ["a", "b"]

EDIT: you can also convert iterable object to array using spread syntax

let keys =[ ...myMap.keys() ];
// ["a", "b"]

Format SQL in SQL Server Management Studio

Azure Data Studio - free and from Microsoft - offers automatic formatting (ctrl + shift + p while editing -> format document). More information about Azure Data Studio here.

While this is not SSMS, it's great for writing queries, free and an official product from Microsoft. It's even cross-platform. Short story: Just switch to Azure Data Studio to write your queries!

Update: Actually Azure Data Studio is in some way the recommended tool for writing queries (source)

Use Azure Data Studio if you: [..] Are mostly editing or executing queries.

Silent installation of a MSI package

You should be able to use the /quiet or /qn options with msiexec to perform a silent install.

MSI packages export public properties, which you can set with the PROPERTY=value syntax on the end of the msiexec parameters.

For example, this command installs a package with no UI and no reboot, with a log and two properties:

msiexec /i c:\path\to\package.msi /quiet /qn /norestart /log c:\path\to\install.log PROPERTY1=value1 PROPERTY2=value2

You can read the options for msiexec by just running it with no options from Start -> Run.

Ignore 'Security Warning' running script from command line

Just assign 1 to SEE_MASK_NOZONECHECKS env variable

$env:SEE_MASK_NOZONECHECKS = 1
Start-Process $msi_file_path /qn -Wait | out-null

How do I get sed to read from standard input?

use the --expression option

grep searchterm myfile.csv | sed --expression='s/replaceme/withthis/g'

How to do this in Laravel, subquery where in

You can use variable by using keyword "use ($category_id)"

$category_id = array('223','15');
Products::whereIn('id', function($query) use ($category_id){
   $query->select('paper_type_id')
     ->from(with(new ProductCategory)->getTable())
     ->whereIn('category_id', $category_id )
     ->where('active', 1);
})->get();

Is there any ASCII character for <br>?

No, there isn't.

<br> is an HTML ELEMENT. It can't be replaced by a text node or part of a text node.

You can create a new-line effect using CR/LF inside a <pre> element like below:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<pre>Line 1_x000D_
Line 2</pre>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

But this is not the same as a <br>.

offsetting an html anchor to adjust for fixed header

As this is a concern of presentation, a pure CSS solution would be ideal. However, this question was posed in 2012, and although relative positioning / negative margin solutions have been suggested, these approaches seem rather hacky, create potential flow issues, and cannot respond dynamically to changes in the DOM / viewport.

With that in mind I believe that using JavaScript is still (February 2017) the best approach. Below is a vanilla-JS solution which will respond both to anchor clicks and resolve the page hash on load (See JSFiddle). Modify the .getFixedOffset() method if dynamic calculations are required. If you're using jQuery, here's a modified solution with better event delegation and smooth scrolling.

(function(document, history, location) {
  var HISTORY_SUPPORT = !!(history && history.pushState);

  var anchorScrolls = {
    ANCHOR_REGEX: /^#[^ ]+$/,
    OFFSET_HEIGHT_PX: 50,

    /**
     * Establish events, and fix initial scroll position if a hash is provided.
     */
    init: function() {
      this.scrollToCurrent();
      window.addEventListener('hashchange', this.scrollToCurrent.bind(this));
      document.body.addEventListener('click', this.delegateAnchors.bind(this));
    },

    /**
     * Return the offset amount to deduct from the normal scroll position.
     * Modify as appropriate to allow for dynamic calculations
     */
    getFixedOffset: function() {
      return this.OFFSET_HEIGHT_PX;
    },

    /**
     * If the provided href is an anchor which resolves to an element on the
     * page, scroll to it.
     * @param  {String} href
     * @return {Boolean} - Was the href an anchor.
     */
    scrollIfAnchor: function(href, pushToHistory) {
      var match, rect, anchorOffset;

      if(!this.ANCHOR_REGEX.test(href)) {
        return false;
      }

      match = document.getElementById(href.slice(1));

      if(match) {
        rect = match.getBoundingClientRect();
        anchorOffset = window.pageYOffset + rect.top - this.getFixedOffset();
        window.scrollTo(window.pageXOffset, anchorOffset);

        // Add the state to history as-per normal anchor links
        if(HISTORY_SUPPORT && pushToHistory) {
          history.pushState({}, document.title, location.pathname + href);
        }
      }

      return !!match;
    },

    /**
     * Attempt to scroll to the current location's hash.
     */
    scrollToCurrent: function() {
      this.scrollIfAnchor(window.location.hash);
    },

    /**
     * If the click event's target was an anchor, fix the scroll position.
     */
    delegateAnchors: function(e) {
      var elem = e.target;

      if(
        elem.nodeName === 'A' &&
        this.scrollIfAnchor(elem.getAttribute('href'), true)
      ) {
        e.preventDefault();
      }
    }
  };

  window.addEventListener(
    'DOMContentLoaded', anchorScrolls.init.bind(anchorScrolls)
  );
})(window.document, window.history, window.location);

Rotate image with javascript

i have seen your running code .There is one line correction in your code.

Write:

$("#wrapper").rotate(angle); 

instead of:

$("#image").rotate(angle);

and you will get your desired output,hope this is what you want.

How can I open a .tex file?

I don't know what the .tex extension on your file means. If we are saying that it is any file with any extension you have several methods of reading it.

I have to assume you are using windows because you have mentioned notepad++.

  1. Use notepad++. Right click on the file and choose "edit with notepad++"

  2. Use notepad Change the filename extension to .txt and double click the file.

  3. Use command prompt. Open the folder that your file is in. Hold down shift and right click. (not on the file, but in the folder that the file is in.) Choose "open command window here" from the command prompt type: "type filename.tex"

If these don't work, I would need more detail as to how they are not working. Errors that you may be getting or what you may expect to be in the file might help.

c# foreach (property in object)... Is there a simple way of doing this?

I looked for the answer to a similar question on this page, I wrote the answers to several similar questions that may help people who enter this page.

Class List

List < T > class represents the list of objects which can be accessed by index. It comes under the System.Collection.Generic namespace. List class can be used to create a collection of different types like integers, strings etc. List class also provides the methods to search, sort, and manipulate lists.

Class with property:

class TestClss
{
    public string id { set; get; }
    public string cell1 { set; get; }
    public string cell2 { set; get; }
}
var MyArray = new List<TestClss> {
    new TestClss() { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (PropertyInfo property in Item.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = property.Name;
        var Value = property.GetValue(Item, null);
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, Class with field:

class TestClss
{
    public string id = "";
    public string cell1 = "";
    public string cell2 = "";
}
var MyArray = new List<TestClss> {
    new TestClss() { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new TestClss() { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (var fieldInfo in Item.GetType().GetFields())
    {
        var Key = fieldInfo.Name;
        var Value = fieldInfo.GetValue(Item);
    }

}

OR, List of objects (without same cells):

var MyArray = new List<object> {
    new { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data", anotherCell = "" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (var props in Item.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = props.Name;
        var Value = props.GetMethod.Invoke(Item, null).ToString();
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, List of objects (It must have the same cells):

var MyArray = new[] {
    new { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    new { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    new { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
foreach (object Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (var props in Item.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = props.Name;
        var Value = props.GetMethod.Invoke(Item, null).ToString();
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, List of objects (with key):

var MyArray = new {
    row1 = new { id = "1", cell1 = "cell 1 row 1 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 1 Data" },
    row2 = new { id = "2", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 2 Data" },
    row3 = new { id = "3", cell1 = "cell 1 row 2 Data", cell2 = "cell 2 row 3 Data" }
};
// using System.ComponentModel;  for TypeDescriptor
foreach (PropertyDescriptor Item in TypeDescriptor.GetProperties(MyArray))
{
    string Rowkey = Item.Name;
    object RowValue = Item.GetValue(MyArray);
    Console.WriteLine("Row key is: {0}", Rowkey);
    foreach (var props in RowValue.GetType().GetProperties())
    {
        var Key = props.Name;
        var Value = props.GetMethod.Invoke(RowValue, null).ToString();
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

OR, List of Dictionary

var MyArray = new List<Dictionary<string, string>>() {
    new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "id", "1" }, { "cell1", "cell 1 row 1 Data" }, { "cell2", "cell 2 row 1 Data" } },
    new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "id", "2" }, { "cell1", "cell 1 row 2 Data" }, { "cell2", "cell 2 row 2 Data" } },
    new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "id", "3" }, { "cell1", "cell 1 row 3 Data" }, { "cell2", "cell 2 row 3 Data" } }
};
foreach (Dictionary<string, string> Item in MyArray)
{
    Console.WriteLine("Row Start");
    foreach (KeyValuePair<string, string> props in Item)
    {
        var Key = props.Key;
        var Value = props.Value;
        Console.WriteLine("{0}={1}", Key, Value);
    }
}

Good luck..

Convert dateTime to ISO format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss in C#

date.ToString("o") // The Round-trip ("O", "o") Format Specifier
date.ToString("s") // The Sortable ("s") Format Specifier, conforming to ISO86801

MSDN Standard Date and Time Format Strings

PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class

PHP 5.3 (an I think older versions too) seems to have problem with same name in different cases. So I had this problem when a had the class Login and the interface it implements LogIn. After I renamed LogIn to Log_In the problem got solved.

Change span text?

document.getElementById("serverTime").innerHTML = ...;

Xcode swift am/pm time to 24 hour format

Swift 3

Time format 24 hours to 12 hours

let dateAsString = "13:15"
let dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
dateFormatter.dateFormat = "HH:mm"

let date = dateFormatter.date(from: dateAsString)
dateFormatter.dateFormat = "h:mm a"
let Date12 = dateFormatter.string(from: date!)
print("12 hour formatted Date:",Date12)

output will be 12 hour formatted Date: 1:15 PM

Time format 12 hours to 24 hours

let dateAsString = "1:15 PM"
let dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
dateFormatter.dateFormat = "h:mm a"

let date = dateFormatter.date(from: dateAsString)
dateFormatter.dateFormat = "HH:mm"

let Date24 = dateFormatter.string(from: date!)
print("24 hour formatted Date:",Date24)

output will be 24 hour formatted Date: 13:15

MongoDB: How to find out if an array field contains an element?

[edit based on this now being possible in recent versions]

[Updated Answer] You can query the following way to get back the name of class and the student id only if they are already enrolled.

db.student.find({},
 {_id:0, name:1, students:{$elemMatch:{$eq:ObjectId("51780f796ec4051a536015cf")}}})

and you will get back what you expected:

{ "name" : "CS 101", "students" : [ ObjectId("51780f796ec4051a536015cf") ] }
{ "name" : "Literature" }
{ "name" : "Physics", "students" : [ ObjectId("51780f796ec4051a536015cf") ] }

[Original Answer] It's not possible to do what you want to do currently. This is unfortunate because you would be able to do this if the student was stored in the array as an object. In fact, I'm a little surprised you are using just ObjectId() as that will always require you to look up the students if you want to display a list of students enrolled in a particular course (look up list of Id's first then look up names in the students collection - two queries instead of one!)

If you were storing (as an example) an Id and name in the course array like this:

{
        "_id" : ObjectId("51780fb5c9c41825e3e21fc6"),
        "name" : "Physics",
        "students" : [
                {id: ObjectId("51780f796ec4051a536015cf"), name: "John"},
                {id: ObjectId("51780f796ec4051a536015d0"), name: "Sam"}
        ]
}

Your query then would simply be:

db.course.find( { }, 
                { students : 
                    { $elemMatch : 
                       { id : ObjectId("51780f796ec4051a536015d0"), 
                         name : "Sam" 
                       } 
                    } 
                } 
);

If that student was only enrolled in CS 101 you'd get back:

{ "name" : "Literature" }
{ "name" : "Physics" }
{
    "name" : "CS 101",
    "students" : [
        {
            "id" : ObjectId("51780f796ec4051a536015cf"),
            "name" : "John"
        }
    ]
}

How do I Alter Table Column datatype on more than 1 column?

Use the following syntax:

  ALTER TABLE your_table
  MODIFY COLUMN column1 datatype,
  MODIFY COLUMN column2 datatype,
  ... ... ... ... ... 
  ... ... ... ... ...

Based on that, your ALTER command should be:

  ALTER TABLE webstore.Store
  MODIFY COLUMN ShortName VARCHAR(100),
  MODIFY COLUMN UrlShort VARCHAR(100)

Note that:

  1. There are no second brackets around the MODIFY statements.
  2. I used two separate MODIFY statements for two separate columns.

This is the standard format of the MODIFY statement for an ALTER command on multiple columns in a MySQL table.

Take a look at the following: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/alter-table.html and Alter multiple columns in a single statement

How to call getResources() from a class which has no context?

This always works for me:

import android.app.Activity;
import android.content.Context;

public class yourClass {

 Context ctx;

 public yourClass (Handler handler, Context context) {
 super(handler);
    ctx = context;
 }

 //Use context (ctx) in your code like this:
 block1 = new Droid(BitmapFactory.decodeResource(ctx.getResources(), R.drawable.birdpic), 100, 10);
 //OR
 builder.setLargeIcon(BitmapFactory.decodeResource(ctx.getResources(), R.drawable.birdpic));
 //OR
 final Intent intent = new Intent(ctx, MainActivity.class);
 //OR
 NotificationManager notificationManager = (NotificationManager) ctx.getSystemService(Context.NOTIFICATION_SERVICE);
 //ETC...

}

Not related to this question but example using a Fragment to access system resources/activity like this:

public boolean onQueryTextChange(String newText) {
 Activity activity = getActivity();
 Context context = activity.getApplicationContext();
 returnSomething(newText);
 return false;
}

View customerInfo = getActivity().getLayoutInflater().inflate(R.layout.main_layout_items, itemsLayout, false);
 itemsLayout.addView(customerInfo);

Java SSL: how to disable hostname verification

I also had the same problem while accessing RESTful web services. And I their with the below code to overcome the issue:

public class Test {
    //Bypassing the SSL verification to execute our code successfully 
    static {
        disableSSLVerification();
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {    
        //Access HTTPS URL and do something    
    }
    //Method used for bypassing SSL verification
    public static void disableSSLVerification() {

        TrustManager[] trustAllCerts = new TrustManager[] { new X509TrustManager() {
            public java.security.cert.X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() {
                return null;
            }

            public void checkClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] certs, String authType) {
            }

            public void checkServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] certs, String authType) {
            }

        } };

        SSLContext sc = null;
        try {
            sc = SSLContext.getInstance("SSL");
            sc.init(null, trustAllCerts, new java.security.SecureRandom());
        } catch (KeyManagementException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        } catch (NoSuchAlgorithmException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
        HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultSSLSocketFactory(sc.getSocketFactory());

        HostnameVerifier allHostsValid = new HostnameVerifier() {
            public boolean verify(String hostname, SSLSession session) {
                return true;
            }
        };      
        HttpsURLConnection.setDefaultHostnameVerifier(allHostsValid);           
    }
}

It worked for me. try it!!

How can I convert string to double in C++?

Sample C program to convert string to double in C

#include <iostream>
#include <comutil.h>
#include <iomanip>

bool ParseNumberToDouble(const std::wstring& strInput, double & dResult)
{
    bool bSucceeded = false;
    dResult = 0;
    if (!strInput.empty() && dResult)
    {
        _variant_t varIn = strInput.c_str();
        if (SUCCEEDED(VariantChangeTypeEx(&varIn, &varIn, GetThreadLocale(), 0, VT_R8)))
        {
            dResult = varIn.dblVal;
            bSucceeded = true;
        }
    }
    return bSucceeded;
}

int main()
{
    std::wstring strInput = L"1000";
    double dResult = 0;

    ParseNumberToDouble(strInput, dResult);

    return 0;
}

Occurrences of substring in a string

How about using StringUtils.countMatches from Apache Commons Lang?

String str = "helloslkhellodjladfjhello";
String findStr = "hello";

System.out.println(StringUtils.countMatches(str, findStr));

That outputs:

3

Is there are way to make a child DIV's width wider than the parent DIV using CSS?

you can try position: absolute. and give width and height , top: 'y axis from the top' and left: 'x-axis'

Gnuplot line types

Until version 4.6

The dash type of a linestyle is given by the linetype, which does also select the line color unless you explicitely set an other one with linecolor.

However, the support for dashed lines depends on the selected terminal:

  1. Some terminals don't support dashed lines, like png (uses libgd)
  2. Other terminals, like pngcairo, support dashed lines, but it is disables by default. To enable it, use set termoption dashed, or set terminal pngcairo dashed ....
  3. The exact dash patterns differ between terminals. To see the defined linetype, use the test command:

Running

set terminal pngcairo dashed
set output 'test.png'
test
set output

gives:

enter image description here

whereas, the postscript terminal shows different dash patterns:

set terminal postscript eps color colortext
set output 'test.eps'
test
set output

enter image description here

Version 5.0

Starting with version 5.0 the following changes related to linetypes, dash patterns and line colors are introduced:

  • A new dashtype parameter was introduced:

    To get the predefined dash patterns, use e.g.

    plot x dashtype 2
    

    You can also specify custom dash patterns like

    plot x dashtype (3,5,10,5),\
         2*x dashtype '.-_'
    
  • The terminal options dashed and solid are ignored. By default all lines are solid. To change them to dashed, use e.g.

    set for [i=1:8] linetype i dashtype i
    
  • The default set of line colors was changed. You can select between three different color sets with set colorsequence default|podo|classic:

enter image description here

UNIX export command

When you execute a program the child program inherits its environment variables from the parent. For instance if $HOME is set to /root in the parent then the child's $HOME variable is also set to /root.

This only applies to environment variable that are marked for export. If you set a variable at the command-line like

$ FOO="bar"

That variable will not be visible in child processes. Not unless you export it:

$ export FOO

You can combine these two statements into a single one in bash (but not in old-school sh):

$ export FOO="bar"

Here's a quick example showing the difference between exported and non-exported variables. To understand what's happening know that sh -c creates a child shell process which inherits the parent shell's environment.

$ FOO=bar
$ sh -c 'echo $FOO'

$ export FOO
$ sh -c 'echo $FOO'
bar

Note: To get help on shell built-in commands use help export. Shell built-ins are commands that are part of your shell rather than independent executables like /bin/ls.

Android "gps requires ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" error, even though my manifest file contains this

CAUSE: "Beginning in Android 6.0 (API level 23), users grant permissions to apps while the app is running, not when they install the app." In this case, "ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" is a "dangerous permission and for that reason, you get this 'java.lang.SecurityException: "gps" location provider requires ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION permission.' error (https://developer.android.com/training/permissions/requesting.html).

SOLUTION: Implementing the code provided at https://developer.android.com/training/permissions/requesting.html under the "Request the permissions you need" and "Handle the permissions request response" headings.

How to use paginator from material angular?

After spending few hours on this i think this is best way to apply pagination. And more importantly it works. This is my paginator code <mat-paginator #paginatoR [length]="length" [pageSize]="pageSize" [pageSizeOptions]="pageSizeOptions">

Inside my component @ViewChild(MatPaginator) paginator: MatPaginator; to view child and finally you have to bind paginator to table dataSource and this is how it is done ngAfterViewInit() {this.dataSource.paginator = this.paginator;} Easy right? if it works for you then mark this as answer.

Import / Export database with SQL Server Server Management Studio

Right click the database itself, Tasks -> Generate Scripts...

Then follow the wizard.

For SSMS2008+, if you want to also export the data, on the "Set Scripting Options" step, select the "Advanced" button and change "Types of data to script" from "Schema Only" to "Data Only" or "Schema and Data".

Adding headers to requests module

You can also do this to set a header for all future gets for the Session object, where x-test will be in all s.get() calls:

s = requests.Session()
s.auth = ('user', 'pass')
s.headers.update({'x-test': 'true'})

# both 'x-test' and 'x-test2' are sent
s.get('http://httpbin.org/headers', headers={'x-test2': 'true'})

from: http://docs.python-requests.org/en/latest/user/advanced/#session-objects

HTML: how to make 2 tables with different CSS

You need to assign different classes to each table.

Create a class in CSS with the dot '.' operator and write your properties inside each class. For example,

.table1 {
//some properties
}

.table2 {
//Some other properties
}

and use them in your html code.

What characters are forbidden in Windows and Linux directory names?

Here's a c# implementation for windows based on Christopher Oezbek's answer

It was made more complex by the containsFolder boolean, but hopefully covers everything

/// <summary>
/// This will replace invalid chars with underscores, there are also some reserved words that it adds underscore to
/// </summary>
/// <remarks>
/// https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1976007/what-characters-are-forbidden-in-windows-and-linux-directory-names
/// </remarks>
/// <param name="containsFolder">Pass in true if filename represents a folder\file (passing true will allow slash)</param>
public static string EscapeFilename_Windows(string filename, bool containsFolder = false)
{
    StringBuilder builder = new StringBuilder(filename.Length + 12);

    int index = 0;

    // Allow colon if it's part of the drive letter
    if (containsFolder)
    {
        Match match = Regex.Match(filename, @"^\s*[A-Z]:\\", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase);
        if (match.Success)
        {
            builder.Append(match.Value);
            index = match.Length;
        }
    }

    // Character substitutions
    for (int cntr = index; cntr < filename.Length; cntr++)
    {
        char c = filename[cntr];

        switch (c)
        {
            case '\u0000':
            case '\u0001':
            case '\u0002':
            case '\u0003':
            case '\u0004':
            case '\u0005':
            case '\u0006':
            case '\u0007':
            case '\u0008':
            case '\u0009':
            case '\u000A':
            case '\u000B':
            case '\u000C':
            case '\u000D':
            case '\u000E':
            case '\u000F':
            case '\u0010':
            case '\u0011':
            case '\u0012':
            case '\u0013':
            case '\u0014':
            case '\u0015':
            case '\u0016':
            case '\u0017':
            case '\u0018':
            case '\u0019':
            case '\u001A':
            case '\u001B':
            case '\u001C':
            case '\u001D':
            case '\u001E':
            case '\u001F':

            case '<':
            case '>':
            case ':':
            case '"':
            case '/':
            case '|':
            case '?':
            case '*':
                builder.Append('_');
                break;

            case '\\':
                builder.Append(containsFolder ? c : '_');
                break;

            default:
                builder.Append(c);
                break;
        }
    }

    string built = builder.ToString();

    if (built == "")
    {
        return "_";
    }

    if (built.EndsWith(" ") || built.EndsWith("."))
    {
        built = built.Substring(0, built.Length - 1) + "_";
    }

    // These are reserved names, in either the folder or file name, but they are fine if following a dot
    // CON, PRN, AUX, NUL, COM0 .. COM9, LPT0 .. LPT9
    builder = new StringBuilder(built.Length + 12);
    index = 0;
    foreach (Match match in Regex.Matches(built, @"(^|\\)\s*(?<bad>CON|PRN|AUX|NUL|COM\d|LPT\d)\s*(\.|\\|$)", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase))
    {
        Group group = match.Groups["bad"];
        if (group.Index > index)
        {
            builder.Append(built.Substring(index, match.Index - index + 1));
        }

        builder.Append(group.Value);
        builder.Append("_");        // putting an underscore after this keyword is enough to make it acceptable

        index = group.Index + group.Length;
    }

    if (index == 0)
    {
        return built;
    }

    if (index < built.Length - 1)
    {
        builder.Append(built.Substring(index));
    }

    return builder.ToString();
}

Find row where values for column is maximal in a pandas DataFrame

If you want the entire row instead of just the id, you can use df.nlargest and pass in how many 'top' rows you want and you can also pass in for which column/columns you want it for.

df.nlargest(2,['A'])

will give you the rows corresponding to the top 2 values of A.

use df.nsmallest for min values.

How to find patterns across multiple lines using grep?

This should work:

cat FILE | egrep 'abc|efg'

If there is more than one match you can filter out using grep -v

Carousel with Thumbnails in Bootstrap 3.0

Just found out a great plugin for this:

http://flexslider.woothemes.com/

Regards

Make a div into a link

This is a "valid" solution to achieving what you want.

<style type="text/css">
.myspan {
    display: block;
}
</style>
<a href="#"><span class="myspan">text</span></a>

But most-likely what you really want is to have an <a> tag displayed as a block level element.

I would not advise using JavaScript to simulate a hyperlink as that defeats the purpose of markup validation, which is ultimately to promote accessibility (publishing well-formed documents following proper semantic rules minimizes the possibility the same document will be interpreted differently by different browsers).

It would be preferable to publish a web page that does not validate, but renders and functions properly on all browsers, including ones with JavaScript disabled. Furthermore, using onclick does not provide the semantic information for a screen reader to determine that the div is functioning as a link.

What is a non-capturing group in regular expressions?

It makes the group non-capturing, which means that the substring matched by that group will not be included in the list of captures. An example in ruby to illustrate the difference:

"abc".match(/(.)(.)./).captures #=> ["a","b"]
"abc".match(/(?:.)(.)./).captures #=> ["b"]

How do I declare an array of undefined or no initial size?

Here's a sample program that reads stdin into a memory buffer that grows as needed. It's simple enough that it should give some insight in how you might handle this kind of thing. One thing that's would probably be done differently in a real program is how must the array grows in each allocation - I kept it small here to help keep things simpler if you wanted to step through in a debugger. A real program would probably use a much larger allocation increment (often, the allocation size is doubled, but if you're going to do that you should probably 'cap' the increment at some reasonable size - it might not make sense to double the allocation when you get into the hundreds of megabytes).

Also, I used indexed access to the buffer here as an example, but in a real program I probably wouldn't do that.

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>


void fatal_error(void);

int main( int argc, char** argv)
{
    int buf_size = 0;
    int buf_used = 0;

    char* buf = NULL;
    char* tmp = NULL;    

    char c;
    int i = 0;

    while ((c = getchar()) != EOF) {
        if (buf_used == buf_size) {
             //need more space in the array

             buf_size += 20;
             tmp = realloc(buf, buf_size); // get a new larger array
             if (!tmp) fatal_error();

             buf = tmp;
        }

        buf[buf_used] = c; // pointer can be indexed like an array
        ++buf_used;
    }

    puts("\n\n*** Dump of stdin ***\n");

    for (i = 0; i < buf_used; ++i) {
        putchar(buf[i]);
    }

    free(buf);

    return 0;
}

void fatal_error(void)
{
    fputs("fatal error - out of memory\n", stderr);
    exit(1);
}

This example combined with examples in other answers should give you an idea of how this kind of thing is handled at a low level.

Nested objects in javascript, best practices

var defaultsettings = {
    ajaxsettings: {
        ...
    },
    uisettings: {
        ...
    }
};

How do I change the font-size of an <option> element within <select>?

One solution could be to wrap the options inside optgroup:

_x000D_
_x000D_
optgroup { font-size:40px; }
_x000D_
<select>
  <optgroup>
    <option selected="selected" class="service-small">Service area?</option>
    <option class="service-small">Volunteering</option>
    <option class="service-small">Partnership &amp; Support</option>
    <option class="service-small">Business Services</option>
  </optgroup>
</select>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How do I find duplicate values in a table in Oracle?

Also u can try something like this to list all duplicate values in a table say reqitem

SELECT count(poid) 
FROM poitem 
WHERE poid = 50 
AND rownum < any (SELECT count(*)  FROM poitem WHERE poid = 50) 
GROUP BY poid 
MINUS
SELECT count(poid) 
FROM poitem 
WHERE poid in (50)
GROUP BY poid 
HAVING count(poid) > 1;

android: how to align image in the horizontal center of an imageview?

Try:

android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:scaleType="fitStart"

on the image in the RelativeLayout

Python Error: "ValueError: need more than 1 value to unpack"

I assume you found this code on Exercise 14: Prompting And Passing.

Do the following:

script = '*some arguments*' 
user_name = '*some arguments*'

and that works perfectly

Remove all special characters with RegExp

I use RegexBuddy for debbuging my regexes it has almost all languages very usefull. Than copy/paste for the targeted language. Terrific tool and not very expensive.

So I copy/pasted your regex and your issue is that [,] are special characters in regex, so you need to escape them. So the regex should be : /!@#$^&%*()+=-[\x5B\x5D]\/{}|:<>?,./im

Access Form - Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression

Try making the field names legal by removing spaces. It's a long shot but it has actually helped me before.

adb shell command to make Android package uninstall dialog appear

Using ADB, you can use any of the following three commands:

adb shell am start -a android.intent.action.UNINSTALL_PACKAGE -d "package:PACKAGE"
adb shell am start -n com.android.packageinstaller/.UninstallerActivity -d "package:PACKAGE"
adb shell am start -a android.intent.action.DELETE -d "package:PACKAGE"

Replace PACKAGE with package name of the installed user app. The app mustn't be a device administrator for the command to work successfully. All of those commands would require user's confirmation for removal of app.

Details of the said command can be known by checking am's usage using adb shell am.

I got the info about those commands using Elixir 2 (use any equivalent app). I used it to show the activities of Package Installer app (the GUI that you see during installation and removal of apps) as well as the related intents. There you go.

The alternative way I used was: I attempted to uninstall the app using GUI until I was shown the final confirmation. I didn't confirm but execute the command

adb shell dumpsys activity recents   # for Android 4.4 and above
adb shell dumpsys activity activities # for Android 4.2.1

Among other things, it showed me useful details of the intent passed in the background. Example:

intent={act=android.intent.action.DELETE dat=package:com.bartat.android.elixir#com.bartat.android.elixir.MainActivity flg=0x10800000 cmp=com.android.packageinstaller/.UninstallerActivity}

Here, you can see the action, data, flag and component - enough for the goal.

Different between parseInt() and valueOf() in java?

public static Integer valueOf(String s)

  1. The argument is interpreted as representing a signed decimal integer, exactly as if the argument were given to the parseInt(java.lang.String) method.
  2. The result is an Integer object that represents the integer value specified by the string.

  3. In other words, this method returns an Integer object equal to the value of: new Integer(Integer.parseInt(s))

What happened to the .pull-left and .pull-right classes in Bootstrap 4?

If you want to use those with columns in another work with col-* classes, you can use order-* classes.

You can control the order of your columns with order classes. see more in Bootstrap 4 documentation

A simple from bootstrap docs:

<div class="container">
  <div class="row">
    <div class="col">
      First, but unordered
    </div>
    <div class="col order-12">
      Second, but last
    </div>
    <div class="col order-1">
      Third, but first
    </div>
  </div>
</div>

How do I get a div to float to the bottom of its container?

Stu's answer comes the closest to working so far, but it still doesn't take into account the fact that your outer div's height may change, based on the way the text wraps inside of it. So, repositioning the inner div (by changing the height of the "pipe") only once won't be enough. That change has to occur inside of a loop, so you can continually check whether you've achieved the right positioning yet, and readjust if needed.

The CSS from the previous answer is still perfectly valid:

#outer {
    position: relative; 
}

#inner {
    float:right;
    position:absolute;
    bottom:0;
    right:0;
    clear:right
}

.pipe {
    width:0px; 
    float:right

}

However, the Javascript should look more like this:

var innerBottom;
var totalHeight;
var hadToReduce = false;
var i = 0;
jQuery("#inner").css("position","static");
while(true) {

    // Prevent endless loop
    i++;
    if (i > 5000) { break; }

    totalHeight = jQuery('#outer').outerHeight();
    innerBottom = jQuery("#inner").position().top + jQuery("#inner").outerHeight();
    if (innerBottom < totalHeight) {
        if (hadToReduce !== true) { 
            jQuery(".pipe").css('height', '' + (jQuery(".pipe").height() + 1) + 'px');
        } else { break; }
    } else if (innerBottom > totalHeight) {
        jQuery(".pipe").css('height', '' + (jQuery(".pipe").height() - 1) + 'px');
        hadToReduce = true;
    } else { break; }
}

Swift: Testing optionals for nil

One of the most direct ways to use optionals is the following:

Assuming xyz is of optional type, like Int? for example.

if let possXYZ = xyz {
    // do something with possXYZ (the unwrapped value of xyz)
} else {
    // do something now that we know xyz is .None
}

This way you can both test if xyz contains a value and if so, immediately work with that value.

With regards to your compiler error, the type UInt8 is not optional (note no '?') and therefore cannot be converted to nil. Make sure the variable you're working with is an optional before you treat it like one.

Get Number of Rows returned by ResultSet in Java

res.next() method will take the pointer to the next row. and in your code you are using it twice, first for the if condition (cursor moves to first row) then for while condition (cursor moves to second row).

So when you access your results, it starts from second row. So shows one row less in results.

you can try this :

if(!res.next()){ 
    System.out.println("No Data Found");  
}
else{
    do{
       //your code
    } 
    while(res.next());
}

Moment.js with Vuejs

// plugins/moment.js

import moment from 'moment';

moment.locale('ru');

export default function install (Vue) {
  Object.defineProperties(Vue.prototype, {
    $moment: {
      get () {
        return moment;
      }
    }
  })
}

// main.js

import moment from './plugins/moment.js';
Vue.use(moment);

// use this.$moment in your components

How to detect the currently pressed key?

Most of these answers are either far too complicated or don't seem to work for me (e.g. System.Windows.Input doesn't seem to exist). Then I found some sample code which works fine: http://www.switchonthecode.com/tutorials/winforms-accessing-mouse-and-keyboard-state

In case the page disappears in the future I am posting the relevant source code below:

using System;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

namespace MouseKeyboardStateTest
{
  public abstract class Keyboard
  {
    [Flags]
    private enum KeyStates
    {
      None = 0,
      Down = 1,
      Toggled = 2
    }

    [DllImport("user32.dll", CharSet = CharSet.Auto, ExactSpelling = true)]
    private static extern short GetKeyState(int keyCode);

    private static KeyStates GetKeyState(Keys key)
    {
      KeyStates state = KeyStates.None;

      short retVal = GetKeyState((int)key);

      //If the high-order bit is 1, the key is down
      //otherwise, it is up.
      if ((retVal & 0x8000) == 0x8000)
        state |= KeyStates.Down;

      //If the low-order bit is 1, the key is toggled.
      if ((retVal & 1) == 1)
        state |= KeyStates.Toggled;

      return state;
    }

    public static bool IsKeyDown(Keys key)
    { 
      return KeyStates.Down == (GetKeyState(key) & KeyStates.Down);
    }

    public static bool IsKeyToggled(Keys key)
    { 
      return KeyStates.Toggled == (GetKeyState(key) & KeyStates.Toggled);
    }
  }
}

Move an array element from one array position to another

I ended up combining two of these to work a little better when moving both small and large distances. I get fairly consistent results, but this could probably be tweaked a little bit by someone smarter than me to work differently for different sizes, etc.

Using some of the other methods when moving objects small distances was significantly faster (x10) than using splice. This might change depending on the array lengths though, but it is true for large arrays.

function ArrayMove(array, from, to) {
    if ( Math.abs(from - to) > 60) {
        array.splice(to, 0, array.splice(from, 1)[0]);
    } else {
        // works better when we are not moving things very far
        var target = array[from];
        var inc = (to - from) / Math.abs(to - from);
        var current = from;
        for (; current != to; current += inc) {
            array[current] = array[current + inc];
        }
        array[to] = target;    
    }
}

http://jsperf.com/arraymove-many-sizes

How do I create a branch?

Create a new branch using the svn copy command as follows:

$ svn copy svn+ssh://host.example.com/repos/project/trunk \
           svn+ssh://host.example.com/repos/project/branches/NAME_OF_BRANCH \
      -m "Creating a branch of project"

C# : changing listbox row color?

I find the solution for listbox items' background to yellow. I tried the following solution to achieve the output.

 for (int i = 0; i < lstEquipmentItem.Items.Count; i++)
                {
                    if ((bool)ds.Tables[0].Rows[i]["Valid_Equipment"] == false)
                    {
                        lblTKMWarning.Text = "Invalid Equipment & Serial Numbers are highlited.";
                        lblTKMWarning.ForeColor = System.Drawing.Color.Red;
                        lstEquipmentItem.Items[i].Attributes.Add("style", "background-color:Yellow");
                        Count++;
                    }

                }

How to select the first row of each group?

The solution below does only one groupBy and extract the rows of your dataframe that contain the maxValue in one shot. No need for further Joins, or Windows.

import org.apache.spark.sql.Row
import org.apache.spark.sql.catalyst.encoders.RowEncoder
import org.apache.spark.sql.DataFrame

//df is the dataframe with Day, Category, TotalValue

implicit val dfEnc = RowEncoder(df.schema)

val res: DataFrame = df.groupByKey{(r) => r.getInt(0)}.mapGroups[Row]{(day: Int, rows: Iterator[Row]) => i.maxBy{(r) => r.getDouble(2)}}

How to remove trailing whitespaces with sed?

I have a script in my .bashrc that works under OSX and Linux (bash only !)

function trim_trailing_space() {
  if [[ $# -eq 0 ]]; then
    echo "$FUNCNAME will trim (in place) trailing spaces in the given file (remove unwanted spaces at end of lines)"
    echo "Usage :"
    echo "$FUNCNAME file"
    return
  fi
  local file=$1
  unamestr=$(uname)
  if [[ $unamestr == 'Darwin' ]]; then
    #specific case for Mac OSX
    sed -E -i ''  's/[[:space:]]*$//' $file
  else
    sed -i  's/[[:space:]]*$//' $file
  fi
}

to which I add:

SRC_FILES_EXTENSIONS="js|ts|cpp|c|h|hpp|php|py|sh|cs|sql|json|ini|xml|conf"

function find_source_files() {
  if [[ $# -eq 0 ]]; then
    echo "$FUNCNAME will list sources files (having extensions $SRC_FILES_EXTENSIONS)"
    echo "Usage :"
    echo "$FUNCNAME folder"
    return
  fi
  local folder=$1

  unamestr=$(uname)
  if [[ $unamestr == 'Darwin' ]]; then
    #specific case for Mac OSX
    find -E $folder -iregex '.*\.('$SRC_FILES_EXTENSIONS')'
  else
    #Rhahhh, lovely
    local extensions_escaped=$(echo $SRC_FILES_EXTENSIONS | sed s/\|/\\\\\|/g)
    #echo "extensions_escaped:$extensions_escaped"
    find $folder -iregex '.*\.\('$extensions_escaped'\)$'
  fi
}

function trim_trailing_space_all_source_files() {
  for f in $(find_source_files .); do trim_trailing_space $f;done
}

What is the difference between JDK and JRE?

If you want to run Java programs, but not develop them, download the Java Run-time Environment, or JRE. If you want to develop them, download the Java Development kit, or JDK

JDK

Let's called JDK is a kit, which include what are those things need to developed and run java applications.

JDK is given as development environment for building applications, component s and applets.

JRE

It contains everything you need to run Java applications in compiled form. You don't need any libraries and other stuffs. All things you need are compiled.

JRE is can not used for development, only used for run the applications.

Observable Finally on Subscribe

The current "pipable" variant of this operator is called finalize() (since RxJS 6). The older and now deprecated "patch" operator was called finally() (until RxJS 5.5).

I think finalize() operator is actually correct. You say:

do that logic only when I subscribe, and after the stream has ended

which is not a problem I think. You can have a single source and use finalize() before subscribing to it if you want. This way you're not required to always use finalize():

let source = new Observable(observer => {
  observer.next(1);
  observer.error('error message');
  observer.next(3);
  observer.complete();
}).pipe(
  publish(),
);

source.pipe(
  finalize(() => console.log('Finally callback')),
).subscribe(
  value => console.log('#1 Next:', value),
  error => console.log('#1 Error:', error),
  () => console.log('#1 Complete')
);

source.subscribe(
  value => console.log('#2 Next:', value),
  error => console.log('#2 Error:', error),
  () => console.log('#2 Complete')
);

source.connect();

This prints to console:

#1 Next: 1
#2 Next: 1
#1 Error: error message
Finally callback
#2 Error: error message

Jan 2019: Updated for RxJS 6

laravel 5.5 The page has expired due to inactivity. Please refresh and try again

Anytime you define an HTML form in your application, you should include a hidden CSRF token field in the form so that the CSRF protection middleware can validate the request. You may use the csrf_field helper to generate the token field:

<form method="POST" action="/profile">
    {{ csrf_field() }}
    ...
</form>

It doesn't work, then Refresh the browser cache and now it might work,

For more details open link :- CSRF Protection in Laravel 5.5

UPDATE:

With Laravel 5.6 using Blades templates, it's pretty easy.

<form method="POST" action="/profile">
    @csrf
    ...
</form>

For more details open link :- CSRF Protection in Laravel 5.6

SQL Group By with an Order By

In all versions of MySQL, simply alias the aggregate in the SELECT list, and order by the alias:

SELECT COUNT(id) AS theCount, `Tag` from `images-tags`
GROUP BY `Tag`
ORDER BY theCount DESC
LIMIT 20

Combining COUNT IF AND VLOOK UP EXCEL

If your are referring to two worksheets please use this formula

=COUNTIF(Worksheet2!$A$1:$A$50,Worksheet1cellA1)

In case referring to to more than two worksheets please use this formula

=COUNTIF(Worksheet2!$A$1:$A$50,Worksheet1cellA1)+=COUNTIF
(Worksheet3!$A$1:$A$50,Worksheet1cellA1)+=
               COUNTIF(Worksheet4!$A$1:$A$50,Worksheet1cellA1)

Convert NULL to empty string - Conversion failed when converting from a character string to uniqueidentifier

You need to CAST the ParentId as an nvarchar, so that the output is always the same data type.

SELECT Id   'PatientId',
       ISNULL(CAST(ParentId as nvarchar(100)),'')  'ParentId'
FROM Patients

Decompile an APK, modify it and then recompile it

This is a way:

  1. Using apktool to decode:

     $ apktool d -f {apkfile} -o {output folder}
    
  2. Next, using JADX (at github.com/skylot/jadx)

     $ jadx -d {output folder} {apkfile}
    

2 tools extract and decompiler to same output folder.

Easy way: Using Online APK Decompiler

Get all inherited classes of an abstract class

Assuming they are all defined in the same assembly, you can do:

IEnumerable<AbstractDataExport> exporters = typeof(AbstractDataExport)
    .Assembly.GetTypes()
    .Where(t => t.IsSubclassOf(typeof(AbstractDataExport)) && !t.IsAbstract)
    .Select(t => (AbstractDataExport)Activator.CreateInstance(t));

How to get the background color of an HTML element?

Using JQuery:

var color = $('#myDivID').css("background-color");

How do I refresh a DIV content?

You can use jQuery to achieve this using simple $.get method. .html work like innerHtml and replace the content of your div.

$.get("/YourUrl", {},
      function (returnedHtml) {
      $("#here").html(returnedHtml);
});

And call this using javascript setInterval method.

Get names of all files from a folder with Ruby

def get_path_content(dir)
  queue = Queue.new
  result = []
  queue << dir
  until queue.empty?
    current = queue.pop
    Dir.entries(current).each { |file|
      full_name = File.join(current, file)
      if not (File.directory? full_name)
        result << full_name
      elsif file != '.' and file != '..'
          queue << full_name
      end
    }
  end
  result
end

returns file's relative paths from directory and all subdirectories

How can I read a text file from the SD card in Android?

In your layout you'll need something to display the text. A TextView is the obvious choice. So you'll have something like this:

<TextView 
    android:id="@+id/text_view" 
    android:layout_width="fill_parent" 
    android:layout_height="fill_parent"/>

And your code will look like this:

//Find the directory for the SD Card using the API
//*Don't* hardcode "/sdcard"
File sdcard = Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory();

//Get the text file
File file = new File(sdcard,"file.txt");

//Read text from file
StringBuilder text = new StringBuilder();

try {
    BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(file));
    String line;

    while ((line = br.readLine()) != null) {
        text.append(line);
        text.append('\n');
    }
    br.close();
}
catch (IOException e) {
    //You'll need to add proper error handling here
}

//Find the view by its id
TextView tv = (TextView)findViewById(R.id.text_view);

//Set the text
tv.setText(text);

This could go in the onCreate() method of your Activity, or somewhere else depending on just what it is you want to do.

How to use a Bootstrap 3 glyphicon in an html select

I don't think the standard HTML select will display HTML content. I'd suggest checking out Bootstrap select: http://silviomoreto.github.io/bootstrap-select/

It has several options for displaying icons or other HTML markup in the select.

<select id="mySelect" data-show-icon="true">
  <option data-content="<i class='glyphicon glyphicon-cutlery'></i>">-</option>
  <option data-subtext="<i class='glyphicon glyphicon-eye-open'></i>"></option>
  <option data-subtext="<i class='glyphicon glyphicon-heart-empty'></i>"></option>
  <option data-subtext="<i class='glyphicon glyphicon-leaf'></i>"></option>
  <option data-subtext="<i class='glyphicon glyphicon-music'></i>"></option>
  <option data-subtext="<i class='glyphicon glyphicon-send'></i>"></option>
  <option data-subtext="<i class='glyphicon glyphicon-star'></i>"></option>
</select>

Here is a demo: https://www.codeply.com/go/l6ClKGBmLS

How to avoid "cannot load such file -- utils/popen" from homebrew on OSX

To me it feels like you have missing header files for popen, which is a C system library.

Check if you have installed xcode successful with the command line tools and have accepted the license.

See this thread for more information: How to install Xcode Command Line Tools

JPA: How to get entity based on field value other than ID?

In my Spring Boot app I resolved a similar type of issue like this:

@Autowired
private EntityManager entityManager;

public User findByEmail(String email) {
    User user = null;
    Query query = entityManager.createQuery("SELECT u FROM User u WHERE u.email=:email");
    query.setParameter("email", email);
    try {
        user = (User) query.getSingleResult();
    } catch (Exception e) {
        // Handle exception
    }
    return user;
}

Which HTTP methods match up to which CRUD methods?

The Symfony project tries to keep its HTTP methods joined up with CRUD methods, and their list associates them as follows:

  • GET Retrieve the resource from the server
  • POST Create a resource on the server
  • PUT Update the resource on the server
  • DELETE Delete the resource from the server

It's worth noting that, as they say on that page, "In reality, many modern browsers don't support the PUT and DELETE methods."

From what I remember, Symfony "fakes" PUT and DELETE for those browsers that don't support them when generating its forms, in order to try to be as close to using the theoretically-correct HTTP method even when a browser doesn't support it.

Session TimeOut in web.xml

If you don't want a timeout happening for some purpose:

<session-config>
    <session-timeout>0</session-timeout>
</session-config>

Should result in no timeout at all -> infinite

ssl.SSLError: [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:749)

Open a terminal and take a look at:

/Applications/Python 3.6/Install Certificates.command

Python 3.6 on MacOS uses an embedded version of OpenSSL, which does not use the system certificate store. More details here.

(To be explicit: MacOS users can probably resolve by opening Finder and double clicking Install Certificates.command)

Check whether a string matches a regex in JS

try

 /^[a-z\d]{5,}$/.test(str)

_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log( /^[a-z\d]{5,}$/.test("abc123") );_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log( /^[a-z\d]{5,}$/.test("ab12") );
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Import JSON file in React

With json-loader installed, you can use

import customData from '../customData.json';

or also, even more simply

import customData from '../customData';

To install json-loader

npm install --save-dev json-loader

HTTP Status 500 - Servlet.init() for servlet Dispatcher threw exception

<project xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
    xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/maven-4.0.0.xsd">
    <modelVersion>4.0.0</modelVersion>
    <groupId>teste4</groupId>
    <artifactId>teste4</artifactId>
    <version>0.0.1-SNAPSHOT</version>
    <packaging>war</packaging>

    <repositories>
        <repository>
            <id>prime-repo</id>
            <name>PrimeFaces Maven Repository</name>
            <url>http://repository.primefaces.org</url>
            <layout>default</layout>
        </repository>
    </repositories>



    <dependencies>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>com.sun.faces</groupId>
            <artifactId>jsf-impl</artifactId>
            <version>2.2.4</version>
        </dependency>


        <dependency>
            <groupId>com.sun.faces</groupId>
            <artifactId>jsf-api</artifactId>
            <version>2.2.4</version>
        </dependency>



        <dependency>
            <groupId>javax.servlet</groupId>
            <artifactId>servlet-api</artifactId>
            <version>2.5</version>
        </dependency>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>javax.servlet</groupId>
            <artifactId>jstl</artifactId>
            <version>1.2</version>
        </dependency>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.primefaces</groupId>
            <artifactId>primefaces</artifactId>
            <version>4.0</version>
        </dependency>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.primefaces.themes</groupId>
            <artifactId>bootstrap</artifactId>
            <version>1.0.9</version>
        </dependency>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>commons-fileupload</groupId>
            <artifactId>commons-fileupload</artifactId>
            <version>1.3</version>
        </dependency>

        <dependency>
            <groupId>mysql</groupId>
            <artifactId>mysql-connector-java</artifactId>
            <version>5.1.27</version>
        </dependency>

        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.hibernate</groupId>
            <artifactId>hibernate-entitymanager</artifactId>
            <version>4.2.7.Final</version>
        </dependency>

    </dependencies>


</project>

Converting dictionary to JSON

Defining r as a dictionary should do the trick:

>>> r: dict = {'is_claimed': 'True', 'rating': 3.5}
>>> print(r['rating'])
3.5
>>> type(r)
<class 'dict'>

How to suspend/resume a process in Windows?

You can't do it from the command line, you have to write some code (I assume you're not just looking for an utility otherwise Super User may be a better place to ask). I also assume your application has all the required permissions to do it (examples are without any error checking).

Hard Way

First get all the threads of a given process then call the SuspendThread function to stop each one (and ResumeThread to resume). It works but some applications may crash or hung because a thread may be stopped in any point and the order of suspend/resume is unpredictable (for example this may cause a dead lock). For a single threaded application this may not be an issue.

void suspend(DWORD processId)
{
    HANDLE hThreadSnapshot = CreateToolhelp32Snapshot(TH32CS_SNAPTHREAD, 0);

    THREADENTRY32 threadEntry; 
    threadEntry.dwSize = sizeof(THREADENTRY32);

    Thread32First(hThreadSnapshot, &threadEntry);

    do
    {
        if (threadEntry.th32OwnerProcessID == processId)
        {
            HANDLE hThread = OpenThread(THREAD_ALL_ACCESS, FALSE,
                threadEntry.th32ThreadID);

            SuspendThread(hThread);
            CloseHandle(hThread);
        }
    } while (Thread32Next(hThreadSnapshot, &threadEntry));

    CloseHandle(hThreadSnapshot);
}

Please note that this function is even too much naive, to resume threads you should skip threads that was suspended and it's easy to cause a dead-lock because of suspend/resume order. For single threaded applications it's prolix but it works.

Undocumented way

Starting from Windows XP there is the NtSuspendProcess but it's undocumented. Read this post for a code example (reference for undocumented functions: news://comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.win32).

typedef LONG (NTAPI *NtSuspendProcess)(IN HANDLE ProcessHandle);

void suspend(DWORD processId)
{
    HANDLE processHandle = OpenProcess(PROCESS_ALL_ACCESS, FALSE, processId));

    NtSuspendProcess pfnNtSuspendProcess = (NtSuspendProcess)GetProcAddress(
        GetModuleHandle("ntdll"), "NtSuspendProcess");

    pfnNtSuspendProcess(processHandle);
    CloseHandle(processHandle);
}

"Debugger" Way

To suspend a program is what usually a debugger does, to do it you can use the DebugActiveProcess function. It'll suspend the process execution (with all threads all together). To resume you may use DebugActiveProcessStop.

This function lets you stop a process (given its Process ID), syntax is very simple: just pass the ID of the process you want to stop et-voila. If you'll make a command line application you'll need to keep its instance running to keep the process suspended (or it'll be terminated). See the Remarks section on MSDN for details.

void suspend(DWORD processId)
{
    DebugActiveProcess(processId);
}

From Command Line

As I said Windows command line has not any utility to do that but you can invoke a Windows API function from PowerShell. First install Invoke-WindowsApi script then you can write this:

Invoke-WindowsApi "kernel32" ([bool]) "DebugActiveProcess" @([int]) @(process_id_here)

Of course if you need it often you can make an alias for that.

How to solve 'Redirect has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header'?

I had the same problem in my Vue.js and SpringBoot projects. If somebody work with spring you can add this code:

@Bean
public FilterRegistrationBean simpleCorsFilter() {  
    UrlBasedCorsConfigurationSource source = new UrlBasedCorsConfigurationSource();  
    CorsConfiguration config = new CorsConfiguration();  
    config.setAllowCredentials(true); 
    // *** URL below needs to match the Vue client URL and port ***
    config.setAllowedOrigins(Collections.singletonList("http://localhost:8080")); 
    config.setAllowedMethods(Collections.singletonList("*"));  
    config.setAllowedHeaders(Collections.singletonList("*"));  
    source.registerCorsConfiguration("/**", config);  
    FilterRegistrationBean bean = new FilterRegistrationBean<>(new CorsFilter(source));
    bean.setOrder(Ordered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE);  
    return bean;  
}   

I found solution in this article Build a Simple CRUD App with Spring Boot and Vue.js

How to remove an appended element with Jquery and why bind or live is causing elements to repeat

If I understand your question correctly, I've made a fiddle that has this working correctly. This issue is with how you're assigning the event handlers and as others have said you have over riding event handlers. The current jQuery best practice is to use on() to register event handlers. Here's a link to the jQuery docs about on: link

Your original solution was pretty close but the way you added the event handlers is a bit confusing. It's considered best practice to not add events to HTML elements. I recommend reading up on Unobstrusive JavaScript.

Here's the JavaScript code. I added a counter variable so you can see that it is working correctly.

$('#answer').on('click', function() {
  feedback('hey there');
});

var counter = 0;

function feedback(message) {

  $('#feedback').remove();

  $('.answers').append('<div id="feedback">' + message + ' ' + counter + '</div>');

  counter++;    
}

generating variable names on fly in python

I got your problem , and here is my answer:

prices = [5, 12, 45]
list=['1','2','3']

for i in range(1,3):
  vars()["prices"+list[0]]=prices[0]
print ("prices[i]=" +prices[i])

so while printing:

price1 = 5 
price2 = 12
price3 = 45

Generate pdf from HTML in div using Javascript

jsPDF is able to use plugins. In order to enable it to print HTML, you have to include certain plugins and therefore have to do the following:

  1. Go to https://github.com/MrRio/jsPDF and download the latest Version.
  2. Include the following Scripts in your project:
    • jspdf.js
    • jspdf.plugin.from_html.js
    • jspdf.plugin.split_text_to_size.js
    • jspdf.plugin.standard_fonts_metrics.js

If you want to ignore certain elements, you have to mark them with an ID, which you can then ignore in a special element handler of jsPDF. Therefore your HTML should look like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <body>
    <p id="ignorePDF">don't print this to pdf</p>
    <div>
      <p><font size="3" color="red">print this to pdf</font></p>
    </div>
  </body>
</html>

Then you use the following JavaScript code to open the created PDF in a PopUp:

var doc = new jsPDF();          
var elementHandler = {
  '#ignorePDF': function (element, renderer) {
    return true;
  }
};
var source = window.document.getElementsByTagName("body")[0];
doc.fromHTML(
    source,
    15,
    15,
    {
      'width': 180,'elementHandlers': elementHandler
    });

doc.output("dataurlnewwindow");

For me this created a nice and tidy PDF that only included the line 'print this to pdf'.

Please note that the special element handlers only deal with IDs in the current version, which is also stated in a GitHub Issue. It states:

Because the matching is done against every element in the node tree, my desire was to make it as fast as possible. In that case, it meant "Only element IDs are matched" The element IDs are still done in jQuery style "#id", but it does not mean that all jQuery selectors are supported.

Therefore replacing '#ignorePDF' with class selectors like '.ignorePDF' did not work for me. Instead you will have to add the same handler for each and every element, which you want to ignore like:

var elementHandler = {
  '#ignoreElement': function (element, renderer) {
    return true;
  },
  '#anotherIdToBeIgnored': function (element, renderer) {
    return true;
  }
};

From the examples it is also stated that it is possible to select tags like 'a' or 'li'. That might be a little bit to unrestrictive for the most usecases though:

We support special element handlers. Register them with jQuery-style ID selector for either ID or node name. ("#iAmID", "div", "span" etc.) There is no support for any other type of selectors (class, of compound) at this time.

One very important thing to add is that you lose all your style information (CSS). Luckily jsPDF is able to nicely format h1, h2, h3 etc., which was enough for my purposes. Additionally it will only print text within text nodes, which means that it will not print the values of textareas and the like. Example:

<body>
  <ul>
    <!-- This is printed as the element contains a textnode -->        
    <li>Print me!</li>
  </ul>
  <div>
    <!-- This is not printed because jsPDF doesn't deal with the value attribute -->
    <input type="textarea" value="Please print me, too!">
  </div>
</body>

Uncaught Error: Unexpected module 'FormsModule' declared by the module 'AppModule'. Please add a @Pipe/@Directive/@Component annotation

Remove the FormsModule from Declaration:[] and Add the FormsModule in imports:[]

@NgModule({
  declarations: [
    AppComponent
  ],
  imports: [
    BrowserModule,
    FormsModule
  ],
  providers: [],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
})

Get sum of MySQL column in PHP

$result=mysql_query("SELECT SUM(column) AS total_value FROM table name WHERE column='value'");
$result=mysql_result($result,0,0);

Row Offset in SQL Server

Depending on your version ou cannot do it directly, but you could do something hacky like

select top 25 *
from ( 
  select top 75 *
  from   table 
  order by field asc
) a 
order by field desc 

where 'field' is the key.

Global and local variables in R

<- does assignment in the current environment.

When you're inside a function R creates a new environment for you. By default it includes everything from the environment in which it was created so you can use those variables as well but anything new you create will not get written to the global environment.

In most cases <<- will assign to variables already in the global environment or create a variable in the global environment even if you're inside a function. However, it isn't quite as straightforward as that. What it does is checks the parent environment for a variable with the name of interest. If it doesn't find it in your parent environment it goes to the parent of the parent environment (at the time the function was created) and looks there. It continues upward to the global environment and if it isn't found in the global environment it will assign the variable in the global environment.

This might illustrate what is going on.

bar <- "global"
foo <- function(){
    bar <- "in foo"
    baz <- function(){
        bar <- "in baz - before <<-"
        bar <<- "in baz - after <<-"
        print(bar)
    }
    print(bar)
    baz()
    print(bar)
}
> bar
[1] "global"
> foo()
[1] "in foo"
[1] "in baz - before <<-"
[1] "in baz - after <<-"
> bar
[1] "global"

The first time we print bar we haven't called foo yet so it should still be global - this makes sense. The second time we print it's inside of foo before calling baz so the value "in foo" makes sense. The following is where we see what <<- is actually doing. The next value printed is "in baz - before <<-" even though the print statement comes after the <<-. This is because <<- doesn't look in the current environment (unless you're in the global environment in which case <<- acts like <-). So inside of baz the value of bar stays as "in baz - before <<-". Once we call baz the copy of bar inside of foo gets changed to "in baz" but as we can see the global bar is unchanged. This is because the copy of bar that is defined inside of foo is in the parent environment when we created baz so this is the first copy of bar that <<- sees and thus the copy it assigns to. So <<- isn't just directly assigning to the global environment.

<<- is tricky and I wouldn't recommend using it if you can avoid it. If you really want to assign to the global environment you can use the assign function and tell it explicitly that you want to assign globally.

Now I change the <<- to an assign statement and we can see what effect that has:

bar <- "global"
foo <- function(){
    bar <- "in foo"   
    baz <- function(){
        assign("bar", "in baz", envir = .GlobalEnv)
    }
    print(bar)
    baz()
    print(bar)
}
bar
#[1] "global"
foo()
#[1] "in foo"
#[1] "in foo"
bar
#[1] "in baz"

So both times we print bar inside of foo the value is "in foo" even after calling baz. This is because assign never even considered the copy of bar inside of foo because we told it exactly where to look. However, this time the value of bar in the global environment was changed because we explicitly assigned there.

Now you also asked about creating local variables and you can do that fairly easily as well without creating a function... We just need to use the local function.

bar <- "global"
# local will create a new environment for us to play in
local({
    bar <- "local"
    print(bar)
})
#[1] "local"
bar
#[1] "global"

How to get datas from List<Object> (Java)?

Thanks All for your responses. Good solution was to use 'brain`s' method:

List<Object> list = getHouseInfo();
for (int i=0; i<list.size; i++){
Object[] row = (Object[]) list.get(i);
System.out.println("Element "+i+Arrays.toString(row));
}

Problem solved. Thanks again.

How to find unused/dead code in java projects

User coverage tools, such as EMMA. But it's not static tool (i.e. it requires to actually run the application through regression testing, and through all possible error cases, which is, well, impossible :) )

Still, EMMA is very useful.

How to change SmartGit's licensing option after 30 days of commercial use on ubuntu?

Here is a solutions for MAC PC:

Open terminal and type following command to show hidden files:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES

after that go to current user folder using finder, then you can see the Library folder in it which is hidden type

suppose in my case the username is 'Delta' so the folder path is:

OS X: ~Delta/Library/Preferences/SmartGit/<main-smartgit-version>

Remove settings file and change option to Non Commercial..

Defining array with multiple types in TypeScript

TypeScript 3.9+ update (May 12, 2020)

Now, TypeScript also supports named tuples. This greatly increases the understandability and maintainability of the code. Check the official TS playground.


So, now instead of unnamed:

const a: [number, string] = [ 1, "message" ];

We can add names:

const b: [id: number, message: string] = [ 1, "message" ];

Note: you need to add all names at once, you can not omit some names, e.g:

type tIncorrect = [id: number, string]; // INCORRECT, 2nd element has no name, compile-time error.
type tCorrect = [id: number, msg: string]; // CORRECT, all have a names.

Tip: if you are not sure in the count of the last elements, you can write it like this:

type t = [msg: string, ...indexes: number];// means first element is a message and there are unknown number of indexes.

How to create a generic array in Java?

This is covered in Chapter 5 (Generics) of Effective Java, 2nd Edition, item 25...Prefer lists to arrays

Your code will work, although it will generate an unchecked warning (which you could suppress with the following annotation:

@SuppressWarnings({"unchecked"})

However, it would probably be better to use a List instead of an Array.

There's an interesting discussion of this bug/feature on the OpenJDK project site.

How to call a button click event from another method

private void PictureBox1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    MessageBox.Show("Click Succes");
}

private void TextBox1_KeyPress(object sender, KeyPressEventArgs e)
{
    if (e.KeyChar == 13)
    {
        PictureBox1_Click(sender, e); //or try this one "this.PictureBox1_Click(sender, AcceptButton);"
    }
}

Implementing multiple interfaces with Java - is there a way to delegate?

Unfortunately: NO.

We're all eagerly awaiting the Java support for extension methods

How do you use youtube-dl to download live streams (that are live)?

Some websites with m3u streaming cannot be downloaded in a single youtube-dl step, you can try something like this :

$ URL=https://www.arte.tv/fr/videos/078132-001-A/cosmos-une-odyssee-a-travers-l-univers/
$ youtube-dl -F $URL | grep m3u
HLS_XQ_2     m3u8       1280x720   VA-STA, Allemand 2200k 
HLS_XQ_1     m3u8       1280x720   VF-STF, Fran├žais 2200k 
$ CHOSEN_FORMAT=HLS_XQ_1
$ youtube-dl -F "$(youtube-dl -gf $CHOSEN_FORMAT)"
[generic] master: Requesting header
[generic] master: Downloading webpage
[generic] master: Downloading m3u8 information
[info] Available formats for master:
format code  extension  resolution note
61           mp4        audio only   61k , mp4a.40.2
419          mp4        384x216     419k , avc1.66.30, mp4a.40.2
923          mp4        640x360     923k , avc1.77.30, mp4a.40.2
1737         mp4        720x406    1737k , avc1.77.30, mp4a.40.2
2521         mp4        1280x720   2521k , avc1.77.30, mp4a.40.2 (best)
$ youtube-dl --hls-prefer-native -f 1737 "$(youtube-dl -gf $CHOSEN_FORMAT $URL)" -o "$(youtube-dl -f $CHOSEN_FORMAT --get-filename $URL)"
[generic] master: Requesting header
[generic] master: Downloading webpage
[generic] master: Downloading m3u8 information
[hlsnative] Downloading m3u8 manifest
[hlsnative] Total fragments: 257
[download] Destination: Cosmos_une_odyssee_a_travers_l_univers__HLS_XQ_1__078132-001-A.mp4
[download]   0.9% of ~731.27MiB at 624.95KiB/s ETA 13:13
....

how to attach url link to an image?

"How to attach url link to an image?"

You do it like this:

<a href="http://www.google.com"><img src="http://www.google.com/intl/en_ALL/images/logo.gif"/></a>

See it in action.

Setting maxlength of textbox with JavaScript or jQuery

$('#yourTextBoxId').live('change keyup paste', function(){
    if ($('#yourTextBoxId').val().length > 11) {
        $('#yourTextBoxId').val($('#yourTextBoxId').val().substr(0,10));
    }
});

I Used this along with vars and selectors caching for performance and that did the trick ..

get list of pandas dataframe columns based on data type

Using dtype will give you desired column's data type:

dataframe['column1'].dtype

if you want to know data types of all the column at once, you can use plural of dtype as dtypes:

dataframe.dtypes

The import org.junit cannot be resolved

If you are using Java 9 or above you may need to require the junit dependency in your module-info.java

module myModule {
    requires junit;
}

display: flex not working on Internet Explorer

Am afraid this question has been answered a few times, Pls take a look at the following if it's related

Error: "Adb connection Error:An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host"

I know I'm 4 years late but my answer is for anyone who may not have figured it out. I'm using a Samsung Galaxy S6, what worked for me was:

  1. Disable USB debugging

  2. Disable Developer mode

  3. Unplug the device from the USB cable

  4. Re-enable Developer mode

  5. Re-enable USB debugging

  6. Reconnect the USB cable to your device

It is important you do it in this order as it didn't work until it was done in this order.

Search a whole table in mySQL for a string

If you are just looking for some text and don't need a result set for programming purposes, you could install HeidiSQL for free (I'm using v9.2.0.4947).

Right click any database or table and select "Find text on server".

All the matches are shown in a separate tab for each table - very nice.

Frighteningly useful and saved me hours. Forget messing about with lengthy queries!!

How to change webservice url endpoint?

To change the end address property edit your wsdl file

<wsdl:definitions.......
  <wsdl:service name="serviceMethodName">
    <wsdl:port binding="tns:serviceMethodNameSoapBinding" name="serviceMethodName">
      <soap:address location="http://service_end_point_adress"/>
    </wsdl:port>
  </wsdl:service>
</wsdl:definitions>

Get form data in ReactJS

I think this is also the answer that you need. In addition, Here I add the required attributes. onChange attributes of Each input components are functions. You need to add your own logic there.

handleEmailChange: function(e) {
    this.setState({email: e.target.value});
},
handlePasswordChange: function(e) {
   this.setState({password: e.target.value});
},
formSubmit : async function(e) {
    e.preventDefault();
    // Form submit Logic
  },
render : function() {
      return (
        <form onSubmit={(e) => this.formSubmit(e)}>
          <input type="text" name="email" placeholder="Email" value={this.state.email} onChange={this.handleEmailChange} required />
          <input type="password" name="password" placeholder="Password" value={this.state.password} onChange={this.handlePasswordChange} required />
          <button type="button">Login</button>
        </form>);
},
handleLogin: function() {
    //Login Function
}

Facebook API "This app is in development mode"

Follow these basic steps to fix this problem,

Step 1: Go to Dashboard,

Step 2: Go to "App Review" tab,

Step 3: Enable the "Make test public?" option, Like Below image,

enter image description here

C# Convert string from UTF-8 to ISO-8859-1 (Latin1) H

Just used the Nathan's solution and it works fine. I needed to convert ISO-8859-1 to Unicode:

string isocontent = Encoding.GetEncoding("ISO-8859-1").GetString(fileContent, 0, fileContent.Length);
byte[] isobytes = Encoding.GetEncoding("ISO-8859-1").GetBytes(isocontent);
byte[] ubytes = Encoding.Convert(Encoding.GetEncoding("ISO-8859-1"), Encoding.Unicode, isobytes);
return Encoding.Unicode.GetString(ubytes, 0, ubytes.Length);

Convert InputStream to byte array in Java

I use this.

public static byte[] toByteArray(InputStream is) throws IOException {
        ByteArrayOutputStream output = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
        try {
            byte[] b = new byte[4096];
            int n = 0;
            while ((n = is.read(b)) != -1) {
                output.write(b, 0, n);
            }
            return output.toByteArray();
        } finally {
            output.close();
        }
    }

Typescript sleep

For some reason the above accepted answer does not work in New versions of Angular (V6).

for that use this..

async delay(ms: number) {
    await new Promise(resolve => setTimeout(()=>resolve(), ms)).then(()=>console.log("fired"));
}

above worked for me.

Usage:

this.delay(3000);

OR more accurate way

this.delay(3000).then(any=>{
     //your task after delay.
});

How to import a csv file using python with headers intact, where first column is a non-numerical

Python's csv module handles data row-wise, which is the usual way of looking at such data. You seem to want a column-wise approach. Here's one way of doing it.

Assuming your file is named myclone.csv and contains

workers,constant,age
w0,7.334,-1.406
w1,5.235,-4.936
w2,3.2225,-1.478
w3,0,0

this code should give you an idea or two:

>>> import csv
>>> f = open('myclone.csv', 'rb')
>>> reader = csv.reader(f)
>>> headers = next(reader, None)
>>> headers
['workers', 'constant', 'age']
>>> column = {}
>>> for h in headers:
...    column[h] = []
...
>>> column
{'workers': [], 'constant': [], 'age': []}
>>> for row in reader:
...   for h, v in zip(headers, row):
...     column[h].append(v)
...
>>> column
{'workers': ['w0', 'w1', 'w2', 'w3'], 'constant': ['7.334', '5.235', '3.2225', '0'], 'age': ['-1.406', '-4.936', '-1.478', '0']}
>>> column['workers']
['w0', 'w1', 'w2', 'w3']
>>> column['constant']
['7.334', '5.235', '3.2225', '0']
>>> column['age']
['-1.406', '-4.936', '-1.478', '0']
>>>

To get your numeric values into floats, add this

converters = [str.strip] + [float] * (len(headers) - 1)

up front, and do this

for h, v, conv in zip(headers, row, converters):
  column[h].append(conv(v))

for each row instead of the similar two lines above.

How to Query an NTP Server using C#?

I know the topic is quite old, but such tools are always handy. I've used the resources above and created a version of NtpClient which allows asynchronously to acquire accurate time, instead of event based.

 /// <summary>
/// Represents a client which can obtain accurate time via NTP protocol.
/// </summary>
public class NtpClient
{
    private readonly TaskCompletionSource<DateTime> _resultCompletionSource;

    /// <summary>
    /// Creates a new instance of <see cref="NtpClient"/> class.
    /// </summary>
    public NtpClient()
    {
        _resultCompletionSource = new TaskCompletionSource<DateTime>();
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Gets accurate time using the NTP protocol with default timeout of 45 seconds.
    /// </summary>
    /// <returns>Network accurate <see cref="DateTime"/> value.</returns>
    public async Task<DateTime> GetNetworkTimeAsync()
    {
        return await GetNetworkTimeAsync(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(45));
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Gets accurate time using the NTP protocol with default timeout of 45 seconds.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="timeoutMs">Operation timeout in milliseconds.</param>
    /// <returns>Network accurate <see cref="DateTime"/> value.</returns>
    public async Task<DateTime> GetNetworkTimeAsync(int timeoutMs)
    {
        return await GetNetworkTimeAsync(TimeSpan.FromMilliseconds(timeoutMs));
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Gets accurate time using the NTP protocol with default timeout of 45 seconds.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="timeout">Operation timeout.</param>
    /// <returns>Network accurate <see cref="DateTime"/> value.</returns>
    public async Task<DateTime> GetNetworkTimeAsync(TimeSpan timeout)
    {
        using (var socket = new DatagramSocket())
        using (var ct = new CancellationTokenSource(timeout))
        {
            ct.Token.Register(() => _resultCompletionSource.TrySetCanceled());

            socket.MessageReceived += OnSocketMessageReceived;
            //The UDP port number assigned to NTP is 123
            await socket.ConnectAsync(new HostName("pool.ntp.org"), "123");
            using (var writer = new DataWriter(socket.OutputStream))
            {
                // NTP message size is 16 bytes of the digest (RFC 2030)
                var ntpBuffer = new byte[48];

                // Setting the Leap Indicator, 
                // Version Number and Mode values
                // LI = 0 (no warning)
                // VN = 3 (IPv4 only)
                // Mode = 3 (Client Mode)
                ntpBuffer[0] = 0x1B;

                writer.WriteBytes(ntpBuffer);
                await writer.StoreAsync();
                var result = await _resultCompletionSource.Task;
                return result;
            }
        }
    }

    private void OnSocketMessageReceived(DatagramSocket sender, DatagramSocketMessageReceivedEventArgs args)
    {
        try
        {
            using (var reader = args.GetDataReader())
            {
                byte[] response = new byte[48];
                reader.ReadBytes(response);
                _resultCompletionSource.TrySetResult(ParseNetworkTime(response));
            }
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            _resultCompletionSource.TrySetException(ex);
        }
    }

    private static DateTime ParseNetworkTime(byte[] rawData)
    {
        //Offset to get to the "Transmit Timestamp" field (time at which the reply 
        //departed the server for the client, in 64-bit timestamp format."
        const byte serverReplyTime = 40;

        //Get the seconds part
        ulong intPart = BitConverter.ToUInt32(rawData, serverReplyTime);

        //Get the seconds fraction
        ulong fractPart = BitConverter.ToUInt32(rawData, serverReplyTime + 4);

        //Convert From big-endian to little-endian
        intPart = SwapEndianness(intPart);
        fractPart = SwapEndianness(fractPart);

        var milliseconds = (intPart * 1000) + ((fractPart * 1000) / 0x100000000L);

        //**UTC** time
        DateTime networkDateTime = (new DateTime(1900, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, DateTimeKind.Utc)).AddMilliseconds((long)milliseconds);
        return networkDateTime;
    }

    // stackoverflow.com/a/3294698/162671
    private static uint SwapEndianness(ulong x)
    {
        return (uint)(((x & 0x000000ff) << 24) +
                       ((x & 0x0000ff00) << 8) +
                       ((x & 0x00ff0000) >> 8) +
                       ((x & 0xff000000) >> 24));
    }
}

Usage:

var ntp = new NtpClient();
var accurateTime = await ntp.GetNetworkTimeAsync(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(10));

Java variable number or arguments for a method

That's correct. You can find more about it in the Oracle guide on varargs.

Here's an example:

void foo(String... args) {
    for (String arg : args) {
        System.out.println(arg);
    }
}

which can be called as

foo("foo"); // Single arg.
foo("foo", "bar"); // Multiple args.
foo("foo", "bar", "lol"); // Don't matter how many!
foo(new String[] { "foo", "bar" }); // Arrays are also accepted.
foo(); // And even no args.

Can a constructor in Java be private?

Yes, class can have a private constructor. It is needed as to disallow to access the constructor from other classes and remain it accessible within defined class.

Why would you want objects of your class to only be created internally? This could be done for any reason, but one possible reason is that you want to implement a singleton. A singleton is a design pattern that allows only one instance of your class to be created, and this can be accomplished by using a private constructor.

How to unit test abstract classes: extend with stubs?

I suppose you could want to test the base functionality of an abstract class... But you'd probably be best off by extending the class without overriding any methods, and make minimum-effort mocking for the abstract methods.

Error in plot.new() : figure margins too large, Scatter plot

If you get this message in RStudio, clicking the 'broomstick' figure "Clear All Plots" in Plots tab and try plot() again.

Moreover Execute the command

graphics.off()

Recommended SQL database design for tags or tagging

Normally I would agree with Yaakov Ellis but in this special case there is another viable solution:

Use two tables:

Table: Item
Columns: ItemID, Title, Content
Indexes: ItemID

Table: Tag
Columns: ItemID, Title
Indexes: ItemId, Title

This has some major advantages:

First it makes development much simpler: in the three-table solution for insert and update of item you have to lookup the Tag table to see if there are already entries. Then you have to join them with new ones. This is no trivial task.

Then it makes queries simpler (and perhaps faster). There are three major database queries which you will do: Output all Tags for one Item, draw a Tag-Cloud and select all items for one Tag Title.

All Tags for one Item:

3-Table:

SELECT Tag.Title 
  FROM Tag 
  JOIN ItemTag ON Tag.TagID = ItemTag.TagID
 WHERE ItemTag.ItemID = :id

2-Table:

SELECT Tag.Title
FROM Tag
WHERE Tag.ItemID = :id

Tag-Cloud:

3-Table:

SELECT Tag.Title, count(*)
  FROM Tag
  JOIN ItemTag ON Tag.TagID = ItemTag.TagID
 GROUP BY Tag.Title

2-Table:

SELECT Tag.Title, count(*)
  FROM Tag
 GROUP BY Tag.Title

Items for one Tag:

3-Table:

SELECT Item.*
  FROM Item
  JOIN ItemTag ON Item.ItemID = ItemTag.ItemID
  JOIN Tag ON ItemTag.TagID = Tag.TagID
 WHERE Tag.Title = :title

2-Table:

SELECT Item.*
  FROM Item
  JOIN Tag ON Item.ItemID = Tag.ItemID
 WHERE Tag.Title = :title

But there are some drawbacks, too: It could take more space in the database (which could lead to more disk operations which is slower) and it's not normalized which could lead to inconsistencies.

The size argument is not that strong because the very nature of tags is that they are normally pretty small so the size increase is not a large one. One could argue that the query for the tag title is much faster in a small table which contains each tag only once and this certainly is true. But taking in regard the savings for not having to join and the fact that you can build a good index on them could easily compensate for this. This of course depends heavily on the size of the database you are using.

The inconsistency argument is a little moot too. Tags are free text fields and there is no expected operation like 'rename all tags "foo" to "bar"'.

So tldr: I would go for the two-table solution. (In fact I'm going to. I found this article to see if there are valid arguments against it.)

How to render a DateTime in a specific format in ASP.NET MVC 3?

In MVC5 I'd use, if your model is the datetime

string dt = Model.ToString("dd/MM/yyy"); 

Or if your model contains the property of the datetime

string dt = Model.dateinModel.ToString("dd/MM/yyy"); 

Here's the official meaning of the Formats:

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8kb3ddd4(v=vs.110).aspx

Opening a folder in explorer and selecting a file

Using Process.Start on explorer.exe with the /select argument oddly only works for paths less than 120 characters long.

I had to use a native windows method to get it to work in all cases:

[DllImport("shell32.dll", SetLastError = true)]
public static extern int SHOpenFolderAndSelectItems(IntPtr pidlFolder, uint cidl, [In, MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.LPArray)] IntPtr[] apidl, uint dwFlags);

[DllImport("shell32.dll", SetLastError = true)]
public static extern void SHParseDisplayName([MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.LPWStr)] string name, IntPtr bindingContext, [Out] out IntPtr pidl, uint sfgaoIn, [Out] out uint psfgaoOut);

public static void OpenFolderAndSelectItem(string folderPath, string file)
{
    IntPtr nativeFolder;
    uint psfgaoOut;
    SHParseDisplayName(folderPath, IntPtr.Zero, out nativeFolder, 0, out psfgaoOut);

    if (nativeFolder == IntPtr.Zero)
    {
        // Log error, can't find folder
        return;
    }

    IntPtr nativeFile;
    SHParseDisplayName(Path.Combine(folderPath, file), IntPtr.Zero, out nativeFile, 0, out psfgaoOut);

    IntPtr[] fileArray;
    if (nativeFile == IntPtr.Zero)
    {
        // Open the folder without the file selected if we can't find the file
        fileArray = new IntPtr[0];
    }
    else
    {
        fileArray = new IntPtr[] { nativeFile };
    }

    SHOpenFolderAndSelectItems(nativeFolder, (uint)fileArray.Length, fileArray, 0);

    Marshal.FreeCoTaskMem(nativeFolder);
    if (nativeFile != IntPtr.Zero)
    {
        Marshal.FreeCoTaskMem(nativeFile);
    }
}

How to get a string after a specific substring?

Try this general approach:

import re
my_string="hello python world , i'm a beginner "
p = re.compile("world(.*)")
print (p.findall(my_string))

#[" , i'm a beginner "]

How to change the CHARACTER SET (and COLLATION) throughout a database?

Beware that in Mysql, the utf8 character set is only a subset of the real UTF8 character set. In order to save one byte of storage, the Mysql team decided to store only three bytes of a UTF8 characters instead of the full four-bytes. That means that some east asian language and emoji aren't fully supported. To make sure you can store all UTF8 characters, use the utf8mb4 data type, and utf8mb4_bin or utf8mb4_general_ci in Mysql.

Changing file extension in Python

Using pathlib and preserving full path:

from pathlib import Path
p = Path('/User/my/path')
new_p = Path(p.parent.as_posix() + '/' + p.stem + '.aln')

Apple Cover-flow effect using jQuery or other library?

the effect that happens when you hit the space bar in a folder of documents, allowing you to preview them in a lightbox fashion

Looks like a classic lightbox plugin is needed. This is my favorite jQuery lightbox plugin: http://colorpowered.com/colorbox/. It's easy to customize, etc.

How do I use LINQ Contains(string[]) instead of Contains(string)

var SelecetdSteps = Context.FFTrakingSubCriticalSteps
             .Where(x => x.MeetingId == meetid)
             .Select(x =>    
         x.StepID  
             );

        var crtiticalsteps = Context.MT_CriticalSteps.Where(x =>x.cropid==FFT.Cropid).Select(x=>new
        {
            StepID= x.crsid,
            x.Name,
            Checked=false

        });


        var quer = from ax in crtiticalsteps
                   where (!SelecetdSteps.Contains(ax.StepID))
                   select ax;

Where do I find the current C or C++ standard documents?

Draft Links:

C++11 (+editorial fixes): N3337 HTML, PDF

C++14 (+editorial fixes): N4140 HTML, PDF

C11 N1570 (text)

C99 N1256

Drafts of the Standard are circulated for comment prior to ratification and publication.

Note that a working draft is not the standard currently in force, and it is not exactly the published standard

How to set up Automapper in ASP.NET Core

I figured it out! Here's the details:

  1. Add the main AutoMapper Package to your solution via NuGet.

  2. Add the AutoMapper Dependency Injection Package to your solution via NuGet.

  3. Create a new class for a mapping profile. (I made a class in the main solution directory called MappingProfile.cs and add the following code.) I'll use a User and UserDto object as an example.

     public class MappingProfile : Profile {
         public MappingProfile() {
             // Add as many of these lines as you need to map your objects
             CreateMap<User, UserDto>();
             CreateMap<UserDto, User>();
         }
     }
    
  4. Then add the AutoMapperConfiguration in the Startup.cs as shown below:

     public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services) {
         // .... Ignore code before this
    
        // Auto Mapper Configurations
         var mapperConfig = new MapperConfiguration(mc =>
         {
             mc.AddProfile(new MappingProfile());
         });
    
         IMapper mapper = mapperConfig.CreateMapper();
         services.AddSingleton(mapper);
    
         services.AddMvc();
    
     }
    
  5. To invoke the mapped object in code, do something like the following:

     public class UserController : Controller {
    
         // Create a field to store the mapper object
         private readonly IMapper _mapper;
    
         // Assign the object in the constructor for dependency injection
         public UserController(IMapper mapper) {
             _mapper = mapper;
         }
    
         public async Task<IActionResult> Edit(string id) {
    
             // Instantiate source object
             // (Get it from the database or whatever your code calls for)
             var user = await _context.Users
                 .SingleOrDefaultAsync(u => u.Id == id);
    
             // Instantiate the mapped data transfer object
             // using the mapper you stored in the private field.
             // The type of the source object is the first type argument
             // and the type of the destination is the second.
             // Pass the source object you just instantiated above
             // as the argument to the _mapper.Map<>() method.
             var model = _mapper.Map<UserDto>(user);
    
             // .... Do whatever you want after that!
         }
     }
    

I hope this helps someone starting fresh with ASP.NET Core! I welcome any feedback or criticisms as I'm still new to the .NET world!

Convert String to SecureString

I just want to point out to all the people saying, "That's not the point of SecureString", that many of the people asking this question might be in an application where, for whatever reason, justified or not, they are not particularly concerned about having a temporary copy of the password sit on the heap as a GC-able string, but they have to use an API that only accepts SecureString objects. So, you have an app where you don't care whether the password is on the heap, maybe it's internal-use only and the password is only there because it's required by the underlying network protocols, and you find that that string where the password is stored cannot be used to e.g. set up a remote PowerShell Runspace -- but there is no easy, straight-forward one-liner to create that SecureString that you need. It's a minor inconvenience -- but probably worth it to ensure that the applications that really do need SecureString don't tempt the authors to use System.String or System.Char[] intermediaries. :-)

How do I use TensorFlow GPU?

Uninstall tensorflow and install only tensorflow-gpu; this should be sufficient. By default, this should run on the GPU and not the CPU. However, further you can do the following to specify which GPU you want it to run on.

If you have an nvidia GPU, find out your GPU id using the command nvidia-smi on the terminal. After that, add these lines in your script:

os.environ["CUDA_DEVICE_ORDER"] = "PCI_BUS_ID"
os.environ["CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES"] = #GPU_ID from earlier

config = tf.ConfigProto()
sess = tf.Session(config=config)

For the functions where you wish to use GPUs, write something like the following:

with tf.device(tf.DeviceSpec(device_type="GPU", device_index=gpu_id)):

Encoding URL query parameters in Java

String param="2019-07-18 19:29:37";
param="%27"+param.trim().replace(" ", "%20")+"%27";

I observed in case of Datetime (Timestamp) URLEncoder.encode(param,"UTF-8") does not work.

AJAX cross domain call

I use this code for cross domain ajax call, I hope it will help more than one here. I'm using Prototype library and you can do the same with JQuery or Dojo or anything else:

Step 1: create a new js file and put this class inside, I called it xss_ajax.js

var WSAjax = Class.create ({
    initialize: function (_url, _callback){
        this.url = _url ;
        this.callback = _callback ;
        this.connect () ;
    },
    connect: function (){
        var script_id = null;
        var script = document.createElement('script');
        script.setAttribute('type', 'text/javascript');
        script.setAttribute('src', this.url);
        script.setAttribute('id', 'xss_ajax_script');

        script_id = document.getElementById('xss_ajax_script');
        if(script_id){
            document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].removeChild(script_id);
        }

        // Insert <script> into DOM
        document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(script);
    },
    process: function (data){
        this.callback(data) ;
    }

}) ;

This class creates a dynamic script element which src attributes targets your JSON data provider (JSON-P in fact as your distant server must provide the data in this format :: call_back_function(//json_data_here) :: so when the script tag is created your JSON will be directly evaled as a function (we'll talk about passing the callback method name to server on step 2), the main concept behind this is that script like img elements are not concerned by the SOP constraints.

Step2: in any html page where you wanna pull the JSON asynchronously (we call this AJAJ ~ Asynchronous JAvascript + JSON :-) instead of AJAX which use the XHTTPRequest object) do like below

//load Prototype first
//load the file you've created in step1


var xss_crawler = new WSAjax (
     "http://your_json_data_provider_url?callback=xss_crawler.process"
 ,   function (_data){
            // your json data is _data and do whatever you like with it 
        }) ;

D'you remenber the callback on step 1? so we pass it to the server and it will returns the JSON embeded in that method so in our case the server will return an evalable javascript code xss_crawler.process(//the_json_data), remember that xss_crawler is an instance of WSAjax class. The server code depends on you (if it's yours), but most of Ajax data providers let you specify the callback method in parameters like we did. In Ruby on rails I just did

render :json=>MyModel.all(:limit=>10), :callback => params[:callback],:content_type => "application/json"

and that's all, you can now pull data from another domain from your apps (widgets, maps etc), in JSON format only, don't forget.

I hope it was helpfull, thanks for your patience :-), peace and sorry for code formatting, it doesn't work well

Redirect from a view to another view

That's not how ASP.NET MVC is supposed to be used. You do not redirect from views. You redirect from the corresponding controller action:

public ActionResult SomeAction()
{
    ...
    return RedirectToAction("SomeAction", "SomeController");
}

Now since I see that in your example you are attempting to redirect to the LogOn action, you don't really need to do this redirect manually, but simply decorate the controller action that requires authentication with the [Authorize] attribute:

[Authorize]
public ActionResult SomeProtectedAction()
{
    ...
}

Now when some anonymous user attempts to access this controller action, the Forms Authentication module will automatically intercept the request much before it hits the action and redirect the user to the LogOn action that you have specified in your web.config (loginUrl).

regular expression to match exactly 5 digits

No need to care of whether before/after this digit having other type of words

To just match the pattern of 5 digits number anywhere in the string, no matter it is separated by space or not, use this regular expression (?<!\d)\d{5}(?!\d).

Sample JavaScript codes:

var regexp = new RegExp(/(?<!\d)\d{5}(?!\d)/g); 
    var matches = yourstring.match(regexp);
    if (matches && matches.length > 0) {
        for (var i = 0, len = matches.length; i < len; i++) {
            // ... ydo something with matches[i] ...
        } 
    }

Here's some quick results.

  • abc12345xyz (?)

  • 12345abcd (?)

  • abcd12345 (?)

  • 0000aaaa2 (?)

  • a1234a5 (?)

  • 12345 (?)

  • <space>12345<space>12345 (??)

How do you access the element HTML from within an Angular attribute directive?

This is because the content of

<p myHighlight>Highlight me!</p>

has not been rendered when the constructor of the HighlightDirective is called so there is no content yet.

If you implement the AfterContentInit hook you will get the element and its content.

import { Directive, ElementRef, AfterContentInit } from '@angular/core';

@Directive({ selector: '[myHighlight]' })

export class HighlightDirective {

    constructor(private el: ElementRef) {
        //el.nativeElement.style.backgroundColor = 'yellow';
    }

    ngAfterContentInit(){
        //you can get to the element content here 
        //this.el.nativeElement
    }
}

Post request in Laravel - Error - 419 Sorry, your session/ 419 your page has expired

change your @csrf in welcome.blade.php to <input type="hidden" name="_token" value="{{ csrf_token() }}">

so your code like this:

<form method="POST" action="/foo" >
    <input type="hidden" name="_token" value="{{ csrf_token() }}">
    <input type="text" name="name"/><br/>
    <input type="submit" value="Add"/>

   <button type="submit">Submit</button>
</form>

How To Define a JPA Repository Query with a Join

You are experiencing this issue for two reasons.

  • The JPQL Query is not valid.
  • You have not created an association between your entities that the underlying JPQL query can utilize.

When performing a join in JPQL you must ensure that an underlying association between the entities attempting to be joined exists. In your example, you are missing an association between the User and Area entities. In order to create this association we must add an Area field within the User class and establish the appropriate JPA Mapping. I have attached the source for User below. (Please note I moved the mappings to the fields)

User.java

@Entity
@Table(name="user")
public class User {

    @Id
    @GeneratedValue(strategy=GenerationType.AUTO)
    @Column(name="iduser")
    private Long idUser;

    @Column(name="user_name")
    private String userName;

    @OneToOne()
    @JoinColumn(name="idarea")
    private Area area;

    public Long getIdUser() {
        return idUser;
    }

    public void setIdUser(Long idUser) {
        this.idUser = idUser;
    }

    public String getUserName() {
        return userName;
    }

    public void setUserName(String userName) {
        this.userName = userName;
    }

    public Area getArea() {
        return area;
    }

    public void setArea(Area area) {
        this.area = area;
    }
}

Once this relationship is established you can reference the area object in your @Query declaration. The query specified in your @Query annotation must follow proper syntax, which means you should omit the on clause. See the following:

@Query("select u.userName from User u inner join u.area ar where ar.idArea = :idArea")

While looking over your question I also made the relationship between the User and Area entities bidirectional. Here is the source for the Area entity to establish the bidirectional relationship.

Area.java

@Entity
@Table(name = "area")
public class Area {

    @Id
    @GeneratedValue(strategy=GenerationType.AUTO)
    @Column(name="idarea")
    private Long idArea;

    @Column(name="area_name")
    private String areaName;

    @OneToOne(fetch=FetchType.LAZY, mappedBy="area")
    private User user;

    public Long getIdArea() {
        return idArea;
    }

    public void setIdArea(Long idArea) {
        this.idArea = idArea;
    }

    public String getAreaName() {
        return areaName;
    }

    public void setAreaName(String areaName) {
        this.areaName = areaName;
    }

    public User getUser() {
        return user;
    }

    public void setUser(User user) {
        this.user = user;
    }
}

Disable browser 'Save Password' functionality

My js (jquery) workaround is to change password input type to text on form submit. The password could become visible for a second, so I also hide the input just before that. I would rather not use this for login forms, but it is useful (together with autocomplete="off") for example inside administration part of the website.

Try putting this inside a console (with jquery), before you submit the form.

$('form').submit(function(event) {
    $(this).find('input[type=password]').css('visibility', 'hidden').attr('type', 'text');
});

Tested on Chrome 44.0.2403.157 (64-bit).

How do I get the function name inside a function in PHP?

You can use the magic constants __METHOD__ (includes the class name) or __FUNCTION__ (just function name) depending on if it's a method or a function... =)

How do I replace a double-quote with an escape-char double-quote in a string using JavaScript?

The other answers will work for most strings, but you can end up unescaping an already escaped double quote, which is probably not what you want.

To work correctly, you are going to need to escape all backslashes and then escape all double quotes, like this:

var test_str = '"first \\" middle \\" last "';
var result = test_str.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\').replace(/\"/g, '\\"');

depending on how you need to use the string, and the other escaped charaters involved, this may still have some issues, but I think it will probably work in most cases.

how to force maven to update local repo

If you are installing into local repository, there is no special index/cache update needed.

Make sure that:

  1. You have installed the first artifact in your local repository properly. Simply copying the file to .m2 may not work as expected. Make sure you install it by mvn install

  2. The dependency in 2nd project is setup correctly. Check on any typo in groupId/artifactId/version, or unmatched artifact type/classifier.