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How to Change Font Size in drawString Java

g.setFont(new Font("TimesRoman", Font.PLAIN, fontSize)); 

Where fontSize is a int. The API for drawString states that the x and y parameters are coordinates, and have nothing to do with the size of the text.

TypeError: 'str' object cannot be interpreted as an integer

I'm guessing you're running python3, in which input(prompt) returns a string. Try this.

x=int(input('prompt'))
y=int(input('prompt'))

How to get the size of a JavaScript object?

Sometimes I use this to flag really big objects that might be going to the client from the server. It doesn't represent the in memory footprint. It just gets you approximately what it'd cost to send it, or store it.

Also note, it's slow, dev only. But for getting an ballpark answer with one line of code it's been useful for me.

roughObjSize = JSON.stringify(bigObject).length;

How to get the GL library/headers?

What operating system?

Here on Ubuntu, I have

$ dpkg -S /usr/include/GL/gl.h 
mesa-common-dev: /usr/include/GL/gl.h
$ 

but not the difference in a) capitalization and b) forward/backward slashes. Your example is likely to be wrong in its use of backslashes.

Which header file do you include to use bool type in c in linux?

bool is just a macro that expands to _Bool. You can use _Bool with no #include very much like you can use int or double; it is a C99 keyword.

The macro is defined in <stdbool.h> along with 3 other macros.

The macros defined are

  • bool: macro expands to _Bool
  • false: macro expands to 0
  • true: macro expands to 1
  • __bool_true_false_are_defined: macro expands to 1

How do I get the parent directory in Python?

Just adding something to the Tung's answer (you need to use rstrip('/') to be more of the safer side if you're on a unix box).

>>> input = "../data/replies/"
>>> os.path.dirname(input.rstrip('/'))
'../data'
>>> input = "../data/replies"
>>> os.path.dirname(input.rstrip('/'))
'../data'

But, if you don't use rstrip('/'), given your input is

>>> input = "../data/replies/"

would output,

>>> os.path.dirname(input)
'../data/replies'

which is probably not what you're looking at as you want both "../data/replies/" and "../data/replies" to behave the same way.

How to export non-exportable private key from store

You might need to uninstall antivirus (in my case I had to get rid of Avast).

This makes sure that crypto::cng command will work. Otherwise it was giving me errors:

mimikatz $ crypto::cng
ERROR kull_m_patch_genericProcessOrServiceFromBuild ; OpenProcess (0x00000005)

After removing Avast:

mimikatz $ crypto::cng
"KeyIso" service patched

Magic. (:

BTW

Windows Defender is another program blocking the program to work, so you will need also to disable it for the time of using program at least.

How do I determine scrollHeight?

You can also use:

$('#test').context.scrollHeight

How to reverse apply a stash?

git stash[save] takes your working directory state, and your index state, and stashes them away, setting index and working area to HEAD version.

git stash apply brings back those changes, so git reset --hard would remove them again.

git stash pop brings back those changes and removes top stashed change, so git stash [save] would return to previous (pre-pop) state in this case.

What is the proper way to re-throw an exception in C#?

If you throw an exception without a variable (the second example) the StackTrace will include the original method that threw the exception.

In the first example the StackTrace will be changed to reflect the current method.

Example:

static string ReadAFile(string fileName) {
    string result = string.Empty;
    try {
        result = File.ReadAllLines(fileName);
    } catch(Exception ex) {
        throw ex; // This will show ReadAFile in the StackTrace
        throw;    // This will show ReadAllLines in the StackTrace
    }

How to control the width of select tag?

USE style="max-width:90%;"

<select name=countries  style="max-width:90%;">
 <option value=af>Afghanistan</option>
 <option value=ax>Åland Islands</option>
 ...
 <option value=gs>South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands</option>
 ...
</select>  

LIVE DEMO

How do I declare a 2d array in C++ using new?

A 2D array is basically a 1D array of pointers, where every pointer is pointing to a 1D array, which will hold the actual data.

Here N is row and M is column.

dynamic allocation

int** ary = new int*[N];
  for(int i = 0; i < N; i++)
      ary[i] = new int[M];

fill

for(int i = 0; i < N; i++)
    for(int j = 0; j < M; j++)
      ary[i][j] = i;

print

for(int i = 0; i < N; i++)
    for(int j = 0; j < M; j++)
      std::cout << ary[i][j] << "\n";

free

for(int i = 0; i < N; i++)
    delete [] ary[i];
delete [] ary;

Matrix multiplication in OpenCV

You say that the matrices are the same dimensions, and yet you are trying to perform matrix multiplication on them. Multiplication of matrices with the same dimension is only possible if they are square. In your case, you get an assertion error, because the dimensions are not square. You have to be careful when multiplying matrices, as there are two possible meanings of multiply.

Matrix multiplication is where two matrices are multiplied directly. This operation multiplies matrix A of size [a x b] with matrix B of size [b x c] to produce matrix C of size [a x c]. In OpenCV it is achieved using the simple * operator:

C = A * B

Element-wise multiplication is where each pixel in the output matrix is formed by multiplying that pixel in matrix A by its corresponding entry in matrix B. The input matrices should be the same size, and the output will be the same size as well. This is achieved using the mul() function:

output = A.mul(B);

How can I install MacVim on OS X?

  1. Download the latest build from https://github.com/macvim-dev/macvim/releases

  2. Expand the archive.

  3. Put MacVim.app into /Applications/.

Done.

Linux error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

The error occurs as the system cannot refer to the library file mentioned. Take the following steps:

  1. Running locate libpthread_rt.so.1 will list the path of all the files with that name. Let's suppose a path is /home/user/loc.
  2. Copy the path and run cd home/USERNAME. Replace USERNAME with the name of the current active user with which you want to run the file.
  3. Run vi .bash_profile and at the end of the LD_LIBRARY_PATH parameter, just before ., add the line /lib://home/usr/loc:.. Save the file.
  4. Close terminal and restart the application. It should run.

HTML Mobile -forcing the soft keyboard to hide

Since the soft keyboard is part of the OS, more often than not, you won't be able to hide it - also, on iOS, hiding the keyboard drops focus from the element.

However, if you use the onFocus attribute on the input, and then blur() the text input immediately, the keyboard will hide itself and the onFocus event can set a variable to define which text input was focused last.

Then alter your on-page keyboard to only alter the last-focused (check using the variable) text input, rather than simulating a key press.

HashMap allows duplicates?

Hashmap type Overwrite that key if hashmap key is same key

map.put("1","1111");
map.put("1","2222");

output

key:value
1:2222

Split list into smaller lists (split in half)

def splitter(A):
    B = A[0:len(A)//2]
    C = A[len(A)//2:]

 return (B,C)

I tested, and the double slash is required to force int division in python 3. My original post was correct, although wysiwyg broke in Opera, for some reason.

Compare DATETIME and DATE ignoring time portion

Use the CAST to the new DATE data type in SQL Server 2008 to compare just the date portion:

IF CAST(DateField1 AS DATE) = CAST(DateField2 AS DATE)

How do I run a simple bit of code in a new thread?

How to: Use a Background Thread to Search for Files

You have to be very carefull with access from other threads to GUI specific stuff (it is common for many GUI toolkits). If you want to update something in GUI from processing thread check this answer that I think is useful for WinForms. For WPF see this (it shows how to touch component in UpdateProgress() method so it will work from other threads, but actually I don't like it is not doing CheckAccess() before doing BeginInvoke through Dispathcer, see and search for CheckAccess in it)

Was looking .NET specific book on threading and found this one (free downloadable). See http://www.albahari.com/threading/ for more details about it.

I believe you will find what you need to launch execution as new thread in first 20 pages and it has many more (not sure about GUI specific snippets I mean strictly specific to threading). Would be glad to hear what community thinks about this work 'cause I'm reading this one. For now looked pretty neat for me (for showing .NET specific methods and types for threading). Also it covers .NET 2.0 (and not ancient 1.1) what I really appreciate.

Generate a UUID on iOS from Swift

Also you can use it lowercase under below

let uuid = NSUUID().UUIDString.lowercaseString
print(uuid)

Output

68b696d7-320b-4402-a412-d9cee10fc6a3

Thank you !

Express.js req.body undefined

Wasted a lot of time:

Depending on Content-Type in your client request
the server should have different, one of the below app.use():

app.use(bodyParser.text({ type: 'text/html' }))
app.use(bodyParser.text({ type: 'text/xml' }))
app.use(bodyParser.raw({ type: 'application/vnd.custom-type' }))
app.use(bodyParser.json({ type: 'application/*+json' }))

Source: https://www.npmjs.com/package/body-parser#bodyparsertextoptions

Example:

For me, On Client side, I had below header:

Content-Type: "text/xml"

So, on the server side, I used:

app.use(bodyParser.text({type: 'text/xml'}));

Then, req.body worked fine.

Save and load MemoryStream to/from a file

Save into a file

Car car = new Car();
car.Name = "Some fancy car";
MemoryStream stream = Serializer.SerializeToStream(car);
System.IO.File.WriteAllBytes(fileName, stream.ToArray());

Load from a file

using (var stream = new MemoryStream(System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(fileName)))
{
    Car car = (Car)Serializer.DeserializeFromStream(stream);
}

where

using System.IO;
using System.Runtime.Serialization;
using System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary;

namespace Serialization
{
    public class Serializer
    {
        public static MemoryStream SerializeToStream(object o)
        {
            MemoryStream stream = new MemoryStream();
            IFormatter formatter = new BinaryFormatter();
            formatter.Serialize(stream, o);
            return stream;
        }

        public static object DeserializeFromStream(MemoryStream stream)
        {
            IFormatter formatter = new BinaryFormatter();
            stream.Seek(0, SeekOrigin.Begin);
            object o = formatter.Deserialize(stream);
            return o;
        }
    }
}

Originally the implementation of this class has been posted here

and

[Serializable]
public class Car
{
    public string Name;
}

Java FileWriter how to write to next Line

out.write(c.toString());
out.newLine();

here is a simple solution, I hope it works

EDIT: I was using "\n" which was obviously not recommended approach, modified answer.

Passing 'this' to an onclick event

The code that you have would work, but is executed from the global context, which means that this refers to the global object.

<script type="text/javascript">
var foo = function(param) {
    param.innerHTML = "Not a button";
};
</script>
<button onclick="foo(this)" id="bar">Button</button>

You can also use the non-inline alternative, which attached to and executed from the specific element context which allows you to access the element from this.

<script type="text/javascript">
document.getElementById('bar').onclick = function() {
    this.innerHTML = "Not a button";
};
</script>
<button id="bar">Button</button>

Command to escape a string in bash

You can use perl to replace various characters, for example:

$ echo "Hello\ world" | perl -pe 's/\\/\\\\/g'
Hello\\ world

Depending on the nature of your escape, you can chain multiple calls to escape the proper characters.

Reordering Chart Data Series

This function gets the series names, puts them into an array, sorts the array and based on that defines the plotting order which will give the desired output.

Function Increasing_Legend_Sort(mychart As Chart)


    Dim Arr()
    ReDim Arr(1 To mychart.FullSeriesCollection.Count)

        'Assigning Series names to an array
        For i = LBound(Arr) To UBound(Arr)
        Arr(i) = mychart.FullSeriesCollection(i).Name
        Next i

        'Bubble-Sort (Sort the array in increasing order)
        For r1 = LBound(Arr) To UBound(Arr)
            rval = Arr(r1)
                For r2 = LBound(Arr) To UBound(Arr)
                    If Arr(r2) > rval Then 'Change ">" to "<" to make it decreasing
                        Arr(r1) = Arr(r2)
                        Arr(r2) = rval
                        rval = Arr(r1)
                    End If
                Next r2
        Next r1

    'Defining the PlotOrder
    For i = LBound(Arr) To UBound(Arr)
    mychart.FullSeriesCollection(Arr(i)).PlotOrder = i
    Next i

End Function

What's the difference between @JoinColumn and mappedBy when using a JPA @OneToMany association

Let me make it simple.
You can use @JoinColumn on either sides irrespective of mapping.

Let's divide this into three cases.
1) Uni-directional mapping from Branch to Company.
2) Bi-direction mapping from Company to Branch.
3) Only Uni-directional mapping from Company to Branch.

So any use-case will fall under this three categories. So let me explain how to use @JoinColumn and mappedBy.
1) Uni-directional mapping from Branch to Company.
Use JoinColumn in Branch table.
2) Bi-direction mapping from Company to Branch.
Use mappedBy in Company table as describe by @Mykhaylo Adamovych's answer.
3)Uni-directional mapping from Company to Branch.
Just use @JoinColumn in Company table.

@Entity
public class Company {

@OneToMany(cascade = CascadeType.ALL , fetch = FetchType.LAZY)
@JoinColumn(name="courseId")
private List<Branch> branches;
...
}

This says that in based on the foreign key "courseId" mapping in branches table, get me list of all branches. NOTE: you can't fetch company from branch in this case, only uni-directional mapping exist from company to branch.

what does it mean "(include_path='.:/usr/share/pear:/usr/share/php')"?

Thats just the directories showing you where PHP was looking for your file. Make sure that cron1.php exists where you think it does. And make sure you know where dirname(__FILE__) and $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] are pointing where you'd expect.

This value can be adjusted in your php.ini file.

C++, How to determine if a Windows Process is running?

JaredPar is right in that you can't know if the process is running. You can only know if the process was running at the moment you checked. It might have died in the mean time.

You also have to be aware the PIDs can be recycled pretty quickly. So just because there's a process out there with your PID, it doesn't mean that it's your process.

Have the processes share a GUID. (Process 1 could generate the GUID and pass it to Process 2 on the command line.) Process 2 should create a named mutex with that GUID. When Process 1 wants to check, it can do a WaitForSingleObject on the mutex with a 0 timeout. If Process 2 is gone, the return code will tell you that the mutex was abandoned, otherwise you'll get a timeout.

Capture the Screen into a Bitmap

Bitmap memoryImage;
//Set full width, height for image
memoryImage = new Bitmap(Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Width,
                       Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Height,
                       PixelFormat.Format32bppArgb);
Size s = new Size(memoryImage.Width, memoryImage.Height);
Graphics memoryGraphics = Graphics.FromImage(memoryImage);
memoryGraphics.CopyFromScreen(0, 0, 0, 0, s);
string str = "";
try
{
    str = string.Format(Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.MyDocuments) +
          @"\Screenshot.png");//Set folder to save image
}
catch { };
memoryImage.save(str);

How do you rotate a two dimensional array?

In Java

public class Matrix {
/* Author Shrikant Dande */
private static void showMatrix(int[][] arr,int rows,int col){

    for(int i =0 ;i<rows;i++){
        for(int j =0 ;j<col;j++){
            System.out.print(arr[i][j]+" ");
        }
        System.out.println();
    }

}

private static void rotateMatrix(int[][] arr,int rows,int col){

    int[][] tempArr = new int[4][4];
    for(int i =0 ;i<rows;i++){
        for(int j =0 ;j<col;j++){
            tempArr[i][j] = arr[rows-1-j][i];
            System.out.print(tempArr[i][j]+" ");
        }
        System.out.println();
    }

}
public static void main(String[] args) {
    int[][] arr = { {1,  2,  3,  4},
             {5,  6,  7,  8},
             {9,  1, 2, 5},
             {7, 4, 8, 9}};
    int rows = 4,col = 4;

    showMatrix(arr, rows, col);
    System.out.println("------------------------------------------------");
    rotateMatrix(arr, rows, col);

}

}

How to use count and group by at the same select statement

If you want to select town and total user count, you can use this query below:

SELECT Town, (SELECT Count(*) FROM User) `Count` FROM user GROUP BY Town;

Remove Last Comma from a string

In case its useful or a better way:

str = str.replace(/(\s*,?\s*)*$/, "");

It will replace all following combination end of the string:

1. ,<no space>
2. ,<spaces> 
3. ,  ,  , ,   ,
4. <spaces>
5. <spaces>,
6. <spaces>,<spaces>

Bootstrap 3.0 - Fluid Grid that includes Fixed Column Sizes

UPDATE 2014-11-14: The solution below is too old, I recommend using flex box layout method. Here is a overview: http://learnlayout.com/flexbox.html


My solution

html

<li class="grid-list-header row-cw row-cw-msg-list ...">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-name">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-keyword">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-reply">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-action">
</li>

<li class="grid-list-item row-cw row-cw-msg-list ...">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-name">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-keyword">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-reply">
  <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-action">
</li>

scss

.row-cw {
  position: relative;
}

.col-cw {
  position: absolute;
  top: 0;
}


.ir-msg-list {

  $col-reply-width: 140px;
  $col-action-width: 130px;

  .row-cw-msg-list {
    padding-right: $col-reply-width + $col-action-width;
  }

  .col-cw-name {
    width: 50%;
  }

  .col-cw-keyword {
    width: 50%;
  }

  .col-cw-reply {
    width: $col-reply-width;
    right: $col-action-width;
  }

  .col-cw-action {
    width: $col-action-width;
    right: 0;
  }
}

Without modify too much bootstrap layout code.


Update (not from OP): adding code snippet below to facilitate understanding of this answer. But it doesn't seem to work as expected.

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ul {_x000D_
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.row-cw {_x000D_
  position: relative;_x000D_
  height: 20px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.col-cw {_x000D_
  position: absolute;_x000D_
  top: 0;_x000D_
  background-color: rgba(150, 150, 150, .5);_x000D_
}_x000D_
.row-cw-msg-list {_x000D_
  padding-right: 270px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.col-cw-name {_x000D_
  width: 50%;_x000D_
  background-color: rgba(150, 0, 0, .5);_x000D_
}_x000D_
.col-cw-keyword {_x000D_
  width: 50%;_x000D_
  background-color: rgba(0, 150, 0, .5);_x000D_
}_x000D_
.col-cw-reply {_x000D_
  width: 140px;_x000D_
  right: 130px;_x000D_
  background-color: rgba(0, 0, 150, .5);_x000D_
}_x000D_
.col-cw-action {_x000D_
  width: 130px;_x000D_
  right: 0;_x000D_
  background-color: rgba(150, 150, 0, .5);_x000D_
}
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  <li class="grid-list-header row-cw row-cw-msg-list">_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-name">name</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-keyword">keyword</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-reply">reply</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-action">action</div>_x000D_
  </li>_x000D_
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  <li class="grid-list-item row-cw row-cw-msg-list">_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-name">name</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-keyword">keyword</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-reply">reply</div>_x000D_
    <div class="col-md-1 col-cw col-cw-action">action</div>_x000D_
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Maven in Eclipse: step by step installation

You have to follow the following steps in the Eclipse IDE

  1. Go to Help - > Install New Software
  2. Click add button at top right corner
  3. In the popup coming, type in name as "Maven" and location as "http://download.eclipse.org/technology/m2e/releases"
  4. Click on OK.

Maven integration for eclipse will be dowloaded and installed. Restart the workspace.

In the .m2 folder(usually under C:\user\ directory) add settings.xml. Give proper proxy and profiles. Now create a new Maven project in eclipse.

Format JavaScript date as yyyy-mm-dd

PHP compatible date format

Here is a small function which can take the same parameters as the PHP function date() and return a date/time string in JavaScript.

Note that not all date() format options from PHP are supported. You can extend the parts object to create the missing format-token

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/**_x000D_
 * Date formatter with PHP "date()"-compatible format syntax._x000D_
 */_x000D_
const formatDate = (format, date) => {_x000D_
  if (!format) { format = 'Y-m-d' }_x000D_
  if (!date) { date = new Date() }_x000D_
_x000D_
  const parts = {_x000D_
    Y: date.getFullYear().toString(),_x000D_
    y: ('00' + (date.getYear() - 100)).toString().slice(-2),_x000D_
    m: ('0' + (date.getMonth() + 1)).toString().slice(-2),_x000D_
    n: (date.getMonth() + 1).toString(),_x000D_
    d: ('0' + date.getDate()).toString().slice(-2),_x000D_
    j: date.getDate().toString(),_x000D_
    H: ('0' + date.getHours()).toString().slice(-2),_x000D_
    G: date.getHours().toString(),_x000D_
    i: ('0' + date.getMinutes()).toString().slice(-2),_x000D_
    s: ('0' + date.getSeconds()).toString().slice(-2)_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  const modifiers = Object.keys(parts).join('')_x000D_
  const reDate = new RegExp('(?<!\\\\)[' + modifiers + ']', 'g')_x000D_
  const reEscape = new RegExp('\\\\([' + modifiers + '])', 'g')_x000D_
_x000D_
  return format_x000D_
    .replace(reDate, $0 => parts[$0])_x000D_
    .replace(reEscape, ($0, $1) => $1)_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
// ----- EXAMPLES -----_x000D_
console.log( formatDate() ); // "2019-05-21"_x000D_
console.log( formatDate('H:i:s') ); // "16:21:32"_x000D_
console.log( formatDate('Y-m-d, o\\n H:i:s') ); // "2019-05-21, on 16:21:32"_x000D_
console.log( formatDate('Y-m-d', new Date(2000000000000)) ); // "2033-05-18"
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Gist

Here is a gist with an updated version of the formatDate() function and additional examples: https://gist.github.com/stracker-phil/c7b68ea0b1d5bbb97af0a6a3dc66e0d9

Unzipping files

If you need to support other formats as well or just need good performance, you can use this WebAssembly library

it's promised based, it uses WebWorkers for threading and API is actually simple ES module

Server Client send/receive simple text

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        //---listen at the specified IP and port no.---
        IPAddress localAdd = IPAddress.Parse(SERVER_IP);
        TcpListener listener = new TcpListener(localAdd, PORT_NO);
        Console.WriteLine("Listening...");
        listener.Start();
        while (true)
        {
            //---incoming client connected---
            TcpClient client = listener.AcceptTcpClient();

            //---get the incoming data through a network stream---
            NetworkStream nwStream = client.GetStream();
            byte[] buffer = new byte[client.ReceiveBufferSize];

            //---read incoming stream---
            int bytesRead = nwStream.Read(buffer, 0, client.ReceiveBufferSize);

            //---convert the data received into a string---
            string dataReceived = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(buffer, 0, bytesRead);
            Console.WriteLine("Received : " + dataReceived);

            //---write back the text to the client---
            Console.WriteLine("Sending back : " + dataReceived);
            nwStream.Write(buffer, 0, bytesRead);
            client.Close();
        }
        listener.Stop();
        Console.ReadLine();
    }

In addition to @Nudier Mena answer, keep a while loop to keep the server in listening mode. So that we can have multiple instance of client connected.

manage.py runserver

You need to tell manage.py the local ip address and the port to bind to. Something like python manage.py runserver 192.168.23.12:8000. Then use that same ip and port from the other machine. You can read more about it here in the documentation.

How to get records randomly from the oracle database?

Here's how to pick a random sample out of each group:

SELECT GROUPING_COLUMN, 
       MIN (COLUMN_NAME) KEEP (DENSE_RANK FIRST ORDER BY DBMS_RANDOM.VALUE) 
         AS RANDOM_SAMPLE
FROM TABLE_NAME
GROUP BY GROUPING_COLUMN
ORDER BY GROUPING_COLUMN;

I'm not sure how efficient it is, but if you have a lot of categories and sub-categories, this seems to do the job nicely.

Angular.js and HTML5 date input value -- how to get Firefox to show a readable date value in a date input?

Why the value had to be given in yyyy-MM-dd?

According to the input type = date spec of HTML 5, the value has to be in the format yyyy-MM-dd since it takes the format of a valid full-date which is specified in RFC3339 as

full-date = date-fullyear "-" date-month "-" date-mday

There is nothing to do with Angularjs since the directive input doesn't support date type.

How do I get Firefox to accept my formatted value in the date input?

FF doesn't support date type of input for at least up to the version 24.0. You can get this info from here. So for right now, if you use input with type being date in FF, the text box takes whatever value you pass in.

My suggestion is you can use Angular-ui's Timepicker and don't use the HTML5 support for the date input.

Should we @Override an interface's method implementation?

You should always annotate methods with @Override if it's available.

In JDK 5 this means overriding methods of superclasses, in JDK 6, and 7 it means overriding methods of superclasses, and implementing methods of interfaces. The reason, as mentioned previously, is it allows the compiler to catch errors where you think you are overriding (or implementing) a method, but are actually defining a new method (different signature).

The equals(Object) vs. equals(YourObject) example is a standard case in point, but the same argument can be made for interface implementations.

I'd imagine the reason it's not mandatory to annotate implementing methods of interfaces is that JDK 5 flagged this as a compile error. If JDK 6 made this annotation mandatory, it would break backwards compatibility.

I am not an Eclipse user, but in other IDEs (IntelliJ), the @Override annotation is only added when implementing interface methods if the project is set as a JDK 6+ project. I would imagine that Eclipse is similar.

However, I would have preferred to see a different annotation for this usage, maybe an @Implements annotation.

Include files from parent or other directory

I took inspiration from frank and I added something like this in my "settings.php" file that is then included in all pages when there is a link:

"settings.php"

    $folder_depth = substr_count($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"] , "/");

     $slash="";

    for ($i=1;$i<=($folder_depth-2);++$i){

        $slash= $slash."../";

    }

in my header.php to be included in all pages:

a href= .... php echo $slash.'index.php'....

seems it works both on local and hosted environment....

(NOTE: I am an absolute beginner )

How can I rename a conda environment?

You can't.

One workaround is to create clone environment, and then remove original one:

(remember about deactivating current environment with deactivate on Windows and source deactivate on macOS/Linux)

conda create --name new_name --clone old_name
conda remove --name old_name --all # or its alias: `conda env remove --name old_name`

There are several drawbacks of this method:

  1. it redownloads packages - you can use --offline flag to disable it,
  2. time consumed on copying environment's files,
  3. temporary double disk usage.

There is an open issue requesting this feature.

How to specify a multi-line shell variable?

Use read with a heredoc as shown below:

read -d '' sql << EOF
select c1, c2 from foo
where c1='something'
EOF

echo "$sql"

CSS align images and text on same line

See example at: http://jsfiddle.net/6Rpkh/

<style>
img.likeordisklike { height: 24px; width: 24px; margin-right: 4px; }
h4.liketext { color:#F00; display:inline }
?</style>

<img class='likeordislike' src='design/like.png'/><h4 class='liketext'>$likes</h4>
<img class='likeordislike' src='design/dislike.png'/><h4 class='liketext'>$dislikes</h4>

?

How to advance to the next form input when the current input has a value?

If you have jQuery UI this little function allows basic tabbing

handlePseudoTab(direction) {
    if (!document.hasFocus() || !document.activeElement) {
        return;
    }
    const focusList = $(":focusable", $yourHTMLElement);
    const i = focusList.index(document.activeElement);
    if (i < 0) {
        focusList[0].focus(); // nothing is focussed so go to list item 0
    } else if (direction === 'next' && i + 1 < focusList.length) {
        focusList[i + 1].focus(); // advance one
    } else if (direction === 'prev' && i - 1 > -1) {
        focusList[i - 1].focus(); // go back one
    }
}

Getting a count of objects in a queryset in django

To get the number of votes for a specific item, you would use:

vote_count = Item.objects.filter(votes__contest=contestA).count()

If you wanted a break down of the distribution of votes in a particular contest, I would do something like the following:

contest = Contest.objects.get(pk=contest_id)
votes   = contest.votes_set.select_related()

vote_counts = {}

for vote in votes:
  if not vote_counts.has_key(vote.item.id):
    vote_counts[vote.item.id] = {
      'item': vote.item,
      'count': 0
    }

  vote_counts[vote.item.id]['count'] += 1

This will create dictionary that maps items to number of votes. Not the only way to do this, but it's pretty light on database hits, so will run pretty quickly.

Can you display HTML5 <video> as a full screen background?

I might be a bit late to answer this but this will be useful for new people looking for this answer.

The answers above are good, but to have a perfect video background you have to check at the aspect ratio as the video might cut or the canvas around get deformed when resizing the screen or using it on different screen sizes.

I got into this issue not long ago and I found the solution using media queries.

Here is a tutorial that I wrote on how to create a Fullscreen Video Background with only CSS

I will add the code here as well:

HTML:

<div class="videoBgWrapper">
    <video loop muted autoplay poster="img/videoframe.jpg" class="videoBg">
        <source src="videosfolder/video.webm" type="video/webm">
        <source src="videosfolder/video.mp4" type="video/mp4">
        <source src="videosfolder/video.ogv" type="video/ogg">
    </video>
</div>

CSS:

.videoBgWrapper {
    position: fixed;
    top: 0;
    right: 0;
    bottom: 0;
    left: 0;
    overflow: hidden;
    z-index: -100;
}
.videoBg{
    position: absolute;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;
}

@media (min-aspect-ratio: 16/9) {
  .videoBg{
    width: 100%;
    height: auto;
  }
}
@media (max-aspect-ratio: 16/9) {
  .videoBg {
    width: auto;
    height: 100%;
  }
}

I hope you find it useful.

add commas to a number in jQuery

Timothy Pirez answer was very correct but if you need to replace the numbers with commas Immediately as user types in textfield, u might want to use the Keyup function.

      $('#textfield').live('keyup', function (event) {
        var value=$('#textfield').val();

      if(event.which >= 37 && event.which <= 40){
          event.preventDefault();
      }
      var newvalue=value.replace(/,/g, '');   
      var valuewithcomma=Number(newvalue).toLocaleString('en');   
      $('#textfield').val(valuewithcomma); 

      });

    <form><input type="text" id="textfield" ></form>

How do I run a Python program in the Command Prompt in Windows 7?

first make sure u enter the path environmental variable

C:\ path %path%;C:\Python27 press Enter

C:\Python27>python file_name press Enter

Turn off axes in subplots

You can turn the axes off by following the advice in Veedrac's comment (linking to here) with one small modification.

Rather than using plt.axis('off') you should use ax.axis('off') where ax is a matplotlib.axes object. To do this for your code you simple need to add axarr[0,0].axis('off') and so on for each of your subplots.

The code below shows the result (I've removed the prune_matrix part because I don't have access to that function, in the future please submit fully working code.)

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.image as mpimg
import matplotlib.cm as cm

img = mpimg.imread("stewie.jpg")

f, axarr = plt.subplots(2, 2)
axarr[0,0].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[0,0].set_title("Rank = 512")
axarr[0,0].axis('off')

axarr[0,1].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[0,1].set_title("Rank = %s" % 128)
axarr[0,1].axis('off')

axarr[1,0].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[1,0].set_title("Rank = %s" % 32)
axarr[1,0].axis('off')

axarr[1,1].imshow(img, cmap = cm.Greys_r)
axarr[1,1].set_title("Rank = %s" % 16)
axarr[1,1].axis('off')

plt.show()

Stewie example

Note: To turn off only the x or y axis you can use set_visible() e.g.:

axarr[0,0].xaxis.set_visible(False) # Hide only x axis

Asynchronously load images with jQuery

No need for ajax. You can create a new image element, set its source attribute and place it somewhere in the document once it has finished loading:

var img = $("<img />").attr('src', 'http://somedomain.com/image.jpg')
    .on('load', function() {
        if (!this.complete || typeof this.naturalWidth == "undefined" || this.naturalWidth == 0) {
            alert('broken image!');
        } else {
            $("#something").append(img);
        }
    });

splitting a number into the integer and decimal parts

Use math.modf:

import math
x = 1234.5678
math.modf(x) # (0.5678000000000338, 1234.0)

How to convert interface{} to string?

You need to add type assertion .(string). It is necessary because the map is of type map[string]interface{}:

host := arguments["<host>"].(string) + ":" + arguments["<port>"].(string)

Latest version of Docopt returns Opts object that has methods for conversion:

host, err := arguments.String("<host>")
port, err := arguments.String("<port>")
host_port := host + ":" + port

How can I select all children of an element except the last child?

Make it simple:

You can apply your style to all the div and re-initialize the last one with :last-child:

for example in CSS:

.yourclass{
    border: 1px solid blue;
}
.yourclass:last-child{
    border: 0;
}

or in SCSS:

.yourclass{
    border: 1px solid rgba(255, 255, 255, 1);
    &:last-child{
        border: 0;
    }
}
  • easy to read/remember
  • fast to execute
  • browser compatible (IE9+ since it's still CSS3)

How to retrieve checkboxes values in jQuery

A much easier and shorted way which I am using to accomplish the same, using answer from another post, is like this:

var checkedCities = $('input[name=city]:checked').map(function() {
    return this.value;
}).get();

Originally the cities are retrieved from a MySQL database, and looped in PHP while loop:

while ($data = mysql_fetch_assoc($all_cities)) {
<input class="city" name="city" id="<?php echo $data['city_name']; ?>" type="checkbox" value="<?php echo $data['city_id']; ?>" /><?php echo $data['city_name']; ?><br />
<?php } ?>

Now, using the above jQuery code, I get all the city_id values, and submit back to the database using $.get(...)

This has made my life so easy since now the code is fully dynamic. In order to add more cities, all I need to do is to add more cities in my database, and no worries on PHP or jQuery end.

POST request with a simple string in body with Alamofire

Xcode 8.X , Swift 3.X

Easy Use;

 let params:NSMutableDictionary? = ["foo": "bar"];
            let ulr =  NSURL(string:"http://mywebsite.com/post-request" as String)
            let request = NSMutableURLRequest(url: ulr! as URL)
            request.httpMethod = "POST"
            request.setValue("application/json", forHTTPHeaderField: "Content-Type")
            let data = try! JSONSerialization.data(withJSONObject: params!, options: JSONSerialization.WritingOptions.prettyPrinted)

            let json = NSString(data: data, encoding: String.Encoding.utf8.rawValue)
            if let json = json {
                print(json)
            }
            request.httpBody = json!.data(using: String.Encoding.utf8.rawValue);


            Alamofire.request(request as! URLRequestConvertible)
                .responseJSON { response in
                    // do whatever you want here
                   print(response.request)  
                   print(response.response) 
                   print(response.data) 
                   print(response.result)

            }

How To Set A JS object property name from a variable

It does not matter where the variable comes from. Main thing we have one ... Set the variable name between square brackets "[ .. ]".

var optionName = 'nameA';
var JsonVar = {
[optionName] : 'some value'
}

Make <body> fill entire screen?

As none of the other answers worked for me, I decided to post this as an answer for others looking for a solution who also found the same problem. Both the html and body needed to be set with min-height or the gradient would not fill the body height.

I found Stephen P's comment to provide the correct answer to this.

html {
    /* To make use of full height of page*/
    min-height: 100%;
    margin: 0;
}
body {
    min-height: 100%;
    margin: 0;
}

background filling body height

When I have the html (or the html and body) height set to 100%,

html {
    height: 100%;
    margin: 0;
}
body {
    min-height: 100%;
    margin: 0;
}

background not filling body

git stash blunder: git stash pop and ended up with merge conflicts

If, like me, what you usually want is to overwrite the contents of the working directory with that of the stashed files, and you still get a conflict, then what you want is to resolve the conflict using git checkout --theirs -- . from the root.

After that, you can git reset to bring all the changes from the index to the working directory, since apparently in case of conflict the changes to non-conflicted files stay in the index.

You may also want to run git stash drop [<stash name>] afterwards, to get rid of the stash, because git stash pop doesn't delete it in case of conflicts.

How to get the previous URL in JavaScript?

If anyone is coming from React-world, I ended up solving my use-case using a combination of history-library, useEffect and localStorage

When user selects new project:

  function selectProject(customer_id: string, project_id: string){
    const projectUrl = `/customer/${customer_id}/project/${project_id}`
    localStorage.setItem("selected-project", projectUrl)
    history.push(projectUrl)
  }

When user comes back from another website. If there's something in localStorage, send him there.

  useEffect(() => {
    const projectUrl = localStorage.getItem("selected-project")
    if (projectUrl) {
      history.push(projectUrl)
    }
  }, [history])

When user has exited a project, empty localStorage

  const selectProject = () => {
    localStorage.removeItem("selected-project")
    history.push("/")
  }

How to make the 'cut' command treat same sequental delimiters as one?

As you comment in your question, awk is really the way to go. To use cut is possible together with tr -s to squeeze spaces, as kev's answer shows.

Let me however go through all the possible combinations for future readers. Explanations are at the Test section.

tr | cut

tr -s ' ' < file | cut -d' ' -f4

awk

awk '{print $4}' file

bash

while read -r _ _ _ myfield _
do
   echo "forth field: $myfield"
done < file

sed

sed -r 's/^([^ ]*[ ]*){3}([^ ]*).*/\2/' file

Tests

Given this file, let's test the commands:

$ cat a
this   is    line     1 more text
this      is line    2     more text
this    is line 3     more text
this is   line 4            more    text

tr | cut

$ cut -d' ' -f4 a
is
                        # it does not show what we want!


$ tr -s ' ' < a | cut -d' ' -f4
1
2                       # this makes it!
3
4
$

awk

$ awk '{print $4}' a
1
2
3
4

bash

This reads the fields sequentially. By using _ we indicate that this is a throwaway variable as a "junk variable" to ignore these fields. This way, we store $myfield as the 4th field in the file, no matter the spaces in between them.

$ while read -r _ _ _ a _; do echo "4th field: $a"; done < a
4th field: 1
4th field: 2
4th field: 3
4th field: 4

sed

This catches three groups of spaces and no spaces with ([^ ]*[ ]*){3}. Then, it catches whatever coming until a space as the 4th field, that it is finally printed with \1.

$ sed -r 's/^([^ ]*[ ]*){3}([^ ]*).*/\2/' a
1
2
3
4

Laravel 5 - redirect to HTTPS

Alternatively, If you are using Apache then you can use .htaccess file to enforce your URLs to use https prefix. On Laravel 5.4, I added the following lines to my .htaccess file and it worked for me.

RewriteEngine On

RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !on
RewriteRule ^.*$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301]

Angular redirect to login page

Please, do not override Router Outlet! It's a nightmare with latest router release (3.0 beta).

Instead use the interfaces CanActivate and CanDeactivate and set the class as canActivate / canDeactivate in your route definition.

Like that:

{ path: '', component: Component, canActivate: [AuthGuard] },

Class:

@Injectable()
export class AuthGuard implements CanActivate {

    constructor(protected router: Router, protected authService: AuthService)
    {

    }

    canActivate(route: ActivatedRouteSnapshot, state: RouterStateSnapshot): Observable<boolean> | boolean {

        if (state.url !== '/login' && !this.authService.isAuthenticated()) {
            this.router.navigate(['/login']);
            return false;
        }

        return true;
    }
}

See also: https://angular.io/docs/ts/latest/guide/router.html#!#can-activate-guard

Convert interface{} to int

I whole-heartedly agree with zzzz's type assertion answer and I strongly prefer that way over others. That said, here's what I've had to do when the preferred method has not worked... (long story related to cross-serialization of data). You can even chain this into a switch statement with case errInt == nil and similar expressions.

package main

import "fmt"
import "strconv"

func main() {
    var v interface{}
    v = "4"

    i, errInt := strconv.ParseInt(v.(string), 10, 64)

    if errInt == nil {
        fmt.Printf("%d is a int", i)
        /* do what you wish with "i" here */
    }
}

Like I said above, try type assertion first before trying this way.

How do I get NuGet to install/update all the packages in the packages.config?

I know this is an old post, but thought this could be useful. If you have a need to ignore specific packages during the update process (like any packages that update JavaScript references), use the following PowerShell script (make sure your package source is set to "All" in Package Manager Console):

EDIT 2014-09-25 10:55 AM EST - Fixed a bug in the script

$packagePath = "packages.config"
$projectName = "MyProjectName"

$packagesToIgnore = @(
    "bootstrap",
    "jQuery",
    "jquery-globalize",
    "jquery.mobile",
    "jQuery.jqGrid",
    "jQuery.UI.Combined",
    "jQuery.Validation",
    "Microsoft.jQuery.Unobtrusive.Validation",
    "Modernizr",
    "Moment.js"
)

[xml]$packageFile = gc $packagePath
$packagesToProcess = $packageFile.packages.package | Where-Object {$packagesToIgnore -notcontains $_.id}

$packagesToProcess | % { Update-Package -reinstall -projectname $projectName -id $($_.id) }

How to pass variable as a parameter in Execute SQL Task SSIS?

In your Execute SQL Task, make sure SQLSourceType is set to Direct Input, then your SQL Statement is the name of the stored proc, with questionmarks for each paramter of the proc, like so:

enter image description here

Click the parameter mapping in the left column and add each paramter from your stored proc and map it to your SSIS variable:

enter image description here

Now when this task runs it will pass the SSIS variables to the stored proc.

PostgreSQL error 'Could not connect to server: No such file or directory'

I fixed this by upgrading postgres.

brew update
brew upgrade

Then I had to also upgrade the databases to be compatible with the new major version, because I upgraded from 10 to 11.

brew postgresql-upgrade-database

(source https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/18760#issuecomment-410533581)

setOnItemClickListener on custom ListView

If in the listener you get the root layout of the item (say itemLayout), and you gave some id's to the textviews, you can then get them with something like itemLayout.findViewById(R.id.textView1).

callback to handle completion of pipe

Streams are EventEmitters so you can listen to certain events. As you said there is a finish event for request (previously end).

 var stream = request(...).pipe(...);
 stream.on('finish', function () { ... });

For more information about which events are available you can check the stream documentation page.

Get CPU Usage from Windows Command Prompt

The following works correctly on Windows 7 Ultimate from an elevated command prompt:

C:\Windows\system32>typeperf "\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time"

"(PDH-CSV 4.0)","\\vm\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time"
"02/01/2012 14:10:59.361","0.648721"
"02/01/2012 14:11:00.362","2.986384"
"02/01/2012 14:11:01.364","0.000000"
"02/01/2012 14:11:02.366","0.000000"
"02/01/2012 14:11:03.367","1.038332"

The command completed successfully.

C:\Windows\system32>

Or for a snapshot:

C:\Windows\system32>wmic cpu get loadpercentage
LoadPercentage
8

error: Libtool library used but 'LIBTOOL' is undefined

For mac it's simple:

brew install libtool

What exactly is RESTful programming?

A great book on REST is REST in Practice.

Must reads are Representational State Transfer (REST) and REST APIs must be hypertext-driven

See Martin Fowlers article the Richardson Maturity Model (RMM) for an explanation on what an RESTful service is.

Richardson Maturity Model

To be RESTful a Service needs to fulfill the Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State. (HATEOAS), that is, it needs to reach level 3 in the RMM, read the article for details or the slides from the qcon talk.

The HATEOAS constraint is an acronym for Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State. This principle is the key differentiator between a REST and most other forms of client server system.

...

A client of a RESTful application need only know a single fixed URL to access it. All future actions should be discoverable dynamically from hypermedia links included in the representations of the resources that are returned from that URL. Standardized media types are also expected to be understood by any client that might use a RESTful API. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

REST Litmus Test for Web Frameworks is a similar maturity test for web frameworks.

Approaching pure REST: Learning to love HATEOAS is a good collection of links.

REST versus SOAP for the Public Cloud discusses the current levels of REST usage.

REST and versioning discusses Extensibility, Versioning, Evolvability, etc. through Modifiability

Ruby: Merging variables in to a string

The standard ERB templating system may work for your scenario.

def merge_into_string(animal, second_animal, action)
  template = 'The <%=animal%> <%=action%> the <%=second_animal%>'
  ERB.new(template).result(binding)
end

merge_into_string('tiger', 'deer', 'eats')
=> "The tiger eats the deer"

merge_into_string('bird', 'worm', 'finds')
=> "The bird finds the worm"

Go Back to Previous Page

You can use a link to invoke history.go(-1) in Javascript, which is essentially equivalent to clicking the Back button. Ideally, however, it'd be better to just create a link back to the URL from whence the user was posted to the form - that way the proper "flow" of history is preserved and the user doesn't wonder why they have something to click "Forward" to which is actually just submitting the form again.

How to position the Button exactly in CSS

I'd use absolute positioning:

#play_button {
    position:absolute;
transition: .5s ease;
    left: 202px;
    top: 198px;

}

jQuery .ready in a dynamically inserted iframe

In IFrames I usually solve this problem by putting a small script to the very end of the block:

<body>
The content of your IFrame
<script type="text/javascript">
//<![CDATA[
   fireOnReadyEvent();
   parent.IFrameLoaded();
//]]>
</script>
</body>

This work most of the time for me. Sometimes the simplest and most naive solution is the most appropriate.

What are the recommendations for html <base> tag?

Drupal initially relied on the <base> tag, and later on took the decision to not use due to problems with HTTP crawlers & caches.

I generally don't like to post links. But this one is really worth sharing as it could benefit those looking for the details of a real-world experience with the <base> tag:

http://drupal.org/node/13148

python max function using 'key' and lambda expression

According to the documentation:

max(iterable[, key])
max(arg1, arg2, *args[, key])
Return the largest item in an iterable or the largest of two or more arguments.

If one positional argument is provided, iterable must be a non-empty iterable (such as a non-empty string, tuple or list). The largest item in the iterable is returned. If two or more positional arguments are provided, the largest of the positional arguments is returned.

The optional key argument specifies a one-argument ordering function like that used for list.sort(). The key argument, if supplied, must be in keyword form (for example, max(a,b,c,key=func)).

What this is saying is that in your case, you are providing a list, in this case players. Then the max function will iterate over all the items in the list and compare them to each other to get a "maximum".

As you can imagine, with a complex object like a player determining its value for comparison is tricky, so you are given the key argument to determine how the max function will decide the value of each player. In this case, you are using a lambda function to say "for each p in players get p.totalscore and use that as his value for comparison".

How to Set Focus on Input Field using JQuery

Try this, to set the focus to the first input field:

$(this).parent().siblings('div.bottom').find("input.post").focus();

Does Java read integers in little endian or big endian?

Use the network byte order (big endian), which is the same as Java uses anyway. See man htons for the different translators in C.

jQuery add class .active on menu

Get the LI elments, loop through, check the HREF:

$('.menu').find('a').each(function() {
    if($(this).attr('href').indexOf('www.xyz.com/other/link1/')>0) {
          $(this).addClass('active');
    }
})

Tomcat: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Invalid character found in method name. HTTP method names must be tokens

In case someone is using swagger:

Change the Scheme to HTTP or HTTPS, depend on needs, prior to hit the execute.

Postman:

Change the URL Path to http:// or https:// in the url address

How to convert An NSInteger to an int?

If you want to do this inline, just cast the NSUInteger or NSInteger to an int:

int i = -1;
NSUInteger row = 100;
i > row // true, since the signed int is implicitly converted to an unsigned int
i > (int)row // false

How do I create 7-Zip archives with .NET?

Here's a complete working example using the SevenZip SDK in C#.

It will write, and read, standard 7zip files as created by the Windows 7zip application.

PS. The previous example was never going to decompress because it never wrote the required property information to the start of the file.

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using SevenZip.Compression.LZMA;
using System.IO;
using SevenZip;

namespace VHD_Director
{
    class My7Zip
    {
        public static void CompressFileLZMA(string inFile, string outFile)
        {
            Int32 dictionary = 1 << 23;
            Int32 posStateBits = 2;
            Int32 litContextBits = 3; // for normal files
            // UInt32 litContextBits = 0; // for 32-bit data
            Int32 litPosBits = 0;
            // UInt32 litPosBits = 2; // for 32-bit data
            Int32 algorithm = 2;
            Int32 numFastBytes = 128;

            string mf = "bt4";
            bool eos = true;
            bool stdInMode = false;


            CoderPropID[] propIDs =  {
                CoderPropID.DictionarySize,
                CoderPropID.PosStateBits,
                CoderPropID.LitContextBits,
                CoderPropID.LitPosBits,
                CoderPropID.Algorithm,
                CoderPropID.NumFastBytes,
                CoderPropID.MatchFinder,
                CoderPropID.EndMarker
            };

            object[] properties = {
                (Int32)(dictionary),
                (Int32)(posStateBits),
                (Int32)(litContextBits),
                (Int32)(litPosBits),
                (Int32)(algorithm),
                (Int32)(numFastBytes),
                mf,
                eos
            };

            using (FileStream inStream = new FileStream(inFile, FileMode.Open))
            {
                using (FileStream outStream = new FileStream(outFile, FileMode.Create))
                {
                    SevenZip.Compression.LZMA.Encoder encoder = new SevenZip.Compression.LZMA.Encoder();
                    encoder.SetCoderProperties(propIDs, properties);
                    encoder.WriteCoderProperties(outStream);
                    Int64 fileSize;
                    if (eos || stdInMode)
                        fileSize = -1;
                    else
                        fileSize = inStream.Length;
                    for (int i = 0; i < 8; i++)
                        outStream.WriteByte((Byte)(fileSize >> (8 * i)));
                    encoder.Code(inStream, outStream, -1, -1, null);
                }
            }

        }

        public static void DecompressFileLZMA(string inFile, string outFile)
        {
            using (FileStream input = new FileStream(inFile, FileMode.Open))
            {
                using (FileStream output = new FileStream(outFile, FileMode.Create))
                {
                    SevenZip.Compression.LZMA.Decoder decoder = new SevenZip.Compression.LZMA.Decoder();

                    byte[] properties = new byte[5];
                    if (input.Read(properties, 0, 5) != 5)
                        throw (new Exception("input .lzma is too short"));
                    decoder.SetDecoderProperties(properties);

                    long outSize = 0;
                    for (int i = 0; i < 8; i++)
                    {
                        int v = input.ReadByte();
                        if (v < 0)
                            throw (new Exception("Can't Read 1"));
                        outSize |= ((long)(byte)v) << (8 * i);
                    }
                    long compressedSize = input.Length - input.Position;

                    decoder.Code(input, output, compressedSize, outSize, null);
                }
            }
        }

        public static void Test()
        {
            CompressFileLZMA("DiscUtils.pdb", "DiscUtils.pdb.7z");
            DecompressFileLZMA("DiscUtils.pdb.7z", "DiscUtils.pdb2");
        }
    }
}

Difference between CLOCK_REALTIME and CLOCK_MONOTONIC?

Robert Love's book LINUX System Programming 2nd Edition, specifically addresses your question at the beginning of Chapter 11, pg 363:

The important aspect of a monotonic time source is NOT the current value, but the guarantee that the time source is strictly linearly increasing, and thus useful for calculating the difference in time between two samplings

That said, I believe he is assuming the processes are running on the same instance of an OS, so you might want to have a periodic calibration running to be able to estimate drift.

How do I create a circle or square with just CSS - with a hollow center?

To my knowledge there is no cross-browser compatible way to make a circle with CSS & HTML only.

For the square I guess you could make a div with a border and a z-index higher than what you are putting it over. I don't understand why you would need to do this, when you could just put a border on the image or "something" itself.

If anyone else knows how to make a circle that is cross browser compatible with CSS & HTML only, I would love to hear about it!

@Caspar Kleijne border-radius does not work in IE8 or below, not sure about 9.

How to display string that contains HTML in twig template?

if you don't need variable, you can define text in
translations/messages.en.yaml :
CiteExampleHtmlCode: "<b> my static text </b>"

then use it with twig:
templates/about/index.html.twig
… {{ 'CiteExampleHtmlCode' }}
or if you need multilangages like me:
… {{ 'CiteExampleHtmlCode' | trans }}

Let's have a look of https://symfony.com/doc/current/translation.html for more information about translations use.

Enabling error display in PHP via htaccess only

php_flag display_errors on

To turn the actual display of errors on.

To set the types of errors you are displaying, you will need to use:

php_value error_reporting <integer>

Combined with the integer values from this page: http://php.net/manual/en/errorfunc.constants.php

Note if you use -1 for your integer, it will show all errors, and be future proof when they add in new types of errors.

How to convert comma-separated String to List?

In groovy, you can use tokenize(Character Token) method:

list = str.tokenize(',')

Error "File google-services.json is missing from module root folder. The Google Services Plugin cannot function without it"

For Cordova Apps:

We need to place the google-services.json file in app root (I believe; when working with Cordova apps, we are not to get into other folders/files such as Gradle, Java files, platforms, etc; instead only work with them VIA the config.xml and www folder) and refer it in the config.xml like so:

<platform name="android">
    <!-- Add this line -->
    <resource-file src="google-services.json" target="app/google-services.json" />
</platform>

NOTE: Ensure that the Firebase App packagename is same as the id attribute in <widget id="<packagename>" ... > are same.

For ex:

<!-- config.xml of Cordova App -->
<widget id="com.appFactory.torchapp" ...>

<!--google-serivces.json from generated from Firebase console.-->
{
  ...
  packagename: "com.appFactory.torchapp",
  ...
}

Good Luck...

Webpack - webpack-dev-server: command not found

I noticed the same problem after installing VSCode and adding a remote Git repository. Somehow the /node_modules/.bin folder was deleted and running npm install --save webpack-dev-server in the command line re-installed the missing folder and fixed my problem.

R barplot Y-axis scale too short

barplot(data)

enter image description here

barplot(data, yaxp=c(0, max(data), 5))

enter image description here

yaxp=c(minY-axis, maxY-axis, Interval)

How do I turn off the mysql password validation?

I was having a problem on Ubuntu 18.04 on Mysql. When I needed to create a new user, the policy was always high.

The way I figured out how to disable, for future colleagues who come to investigate, was set to low.

Login to the mysql server as root

mysql -h localhost -u root -p

Set the new type of validation

SET GLOBAL validate_password_policy=0; //For Low

Restart mysql

sudo service mysql restart

How do I get the APK of an installed app without root access?

Accessing /data/app is possible without root permission; the permissions on that directory are rwxrwx--x. Execute permission on a directory means you can access it, however lack of read permission means you cannot obtain a listing of its contents -- so in order to access it you must know the name of the file that you will be accessing. Android's package manager will tell you the name of the stored apk for a given package.

To do this from the command line, use adb shell pm list packages to get the list of installed packages and find the desired package.

With the package name, we can get the actual file name and location of the APK using adb shell pm path your-package-name.

And knowing the full directory, we can finally pull the adb using adb pull full/directory/of/the.apk

Credit to @tarn for pointing out that under Lollipop, the apk path will be /data/app/your-package-name-1/base.apk

AngularJs directive not updating another directive's scope

Just wondering why you are using 2 directives?

It seems like, in this case it would be more straightforward to have a controller as the parent - handle adding the data from your service to its $scope, and pass the model you need from there into your warrantyDirective.

Or for that matter, you could use 0 directives to achieve the same result. (ie. move all functionality out of the separate directives and into a single controller).

It doesn't look like you're doing any explicit DOM transformation here, so in this case, perhaps using 2 directives is overcomplicating things.

Alternatively, have a look at the Angular documentation for directives: http://docs.angularjs.org/guide/directive The very last example at the bottom of the page explains how to wire up dependent directives.

Should image size be defined in the img tag height/width attributes or in CSS?

Definitely not both. Other than that I'd have to say it's a personal preference. I'd use css if I had many images the same size to reduce code.

.my_images img {width: 20px; height:20px}

In the long term CSS may win out due to HTML attribute deprecation and more likely due to the growth of vector image formats like SVG where it can actually make sense to scale images using non-pixel based units like % or em.

Vertical Menu in Bootstrap

No, not in the current one. But you can take a look at the next version by downloading it from github. It has vertical pills and tabs. Maybe that will help? (be aware, it's under construction tho)

What's the difference between lists enclosed by square brackets and parentheses in Python?

Another way brackets and parentheses differ is that square brackets can describe a list comprehension, e.g. [x for x in y]

Whereas the corresponding parenthetic syntax specifies a tuple generator: (x for x in y)

You can get a tuple comprehension using: tuple(x for x in y)

See: Why is there no tuple comprehension in Python?

Swift alert view with OK and Cancel: which button tapped?

Updated for swift 3:

// function defination:

@IBAction func showAlertDialog(_ sender: UIButton) {
        // Declare Alert
        let dialogMessage = UIAlertController(title: "Confirm", message: "Are you sure you want to Logout?", preferredStyle: .alert)

        // Create OK button with action handler
        let ok = UIAlertAction(title: "OK", style: .default, handler: { (action) -> Void in
             print("Ok button click...")
             self.logoutFun()
        })

        // Create Cancel button with action handlder
        let cancel = UIAlertAction(title: "Cancel", style: .cancel) { (action) -> Void in
            print("Cancel button click...")
        }

        //Add OK and Cancel button to dialog message
        dialogMessage.addAction(ok)
        dialogMessage.addAction(cancel)

        // Present dialog message to user
        self.present(dialogMessage, animated: true, completion: nil)
    }

// logoutFun() function definaiton :

func logoutFun()
{
    print("Logout Successfully...!")
}

How to view DLL functions?

Use the free DLL Export Viewer, it is very easy to use.

What is the meaning of "__attribute__((packed, aligned(4))) "

  • packed means it will use the smallest possible space for struct Ball - i.e. it will cram fields together without padding
  • aligned means each struct Ball will begin on a 4 byte boundary - i.e. for any struct Ball, its address can be divided by 4

These are GCC extensions, not part of any C standard.

Running Python on Windows for Node.js dependencies

Why not downloading the python installer here ? It make the work for you when you check the path installation

How can I check if given int exists in array?

int index = std::distance(std::begin(myArray), std::find(begin(myArray), end(std::myArray), VALUE));

Returns an invalid index (length of the array) if not found.

How to PUT a json object with an array using curl

Try using a single quote instead of double quotes along with -g

Following scenario worked for me

curl -g -d '{"collection":[{"NumberOfParcels":1,"Weight":1,"Length":1,"Width":1,"Height":1}]}" -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json" --user [email protected]:123456 -X POST  https://yoururl.com

WITH

curl -g -d "{'collection':[{'NumberOfParcels':1,'Weight':1,'Length':1,'Width':1,'Height':1}]}" -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json" --user [email protected]:123456 -X POST  https://yoururl.com

This especially resolved my error curl command error : bad url colon is first character

How can I read a whole file into a string variable

Use ioutil.ReadFile:

func ReadFile(filename string) ([]byte, error)

ReadFile reads the file named by filename and returns the contents. A successful call returns err == nil, not err == EOF. Because ReadFile reads the whole file, it does not treat an EOF from Read as an error to be reported.

You will get a []byte instead of a string. It can be converted if really necessary:

s := string(buf)

Best way to encode text data for XML in Java?

While idealism says use an XML library, IMHO if you have a basic idea of XML then common sense and performance says template it all the way. It's arguably more readable too. Though using the escaping routines of a library is probably a good idea.

Consider this: XML was meant to be written by humans.

Use libraries for generating XML when having your XML as an "object" better models your problem. For example, if pluggable modules participate in the process of building this XML.

Edit: as for how to actually escape XML in templates, use of CDATA or escapeXml(string) from JSTL are two good solutions, escapeXml(string) can be used like this:

<%@taglib prefix="fn" uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/functions"%>

<item>${fn:escapeXml(value)}</item>

Column calculated from another column?

I hope this still helps someone as many people might get to this article. If you need a computed column, why not just expose your desired columns in a view ? Don't just save data or overload the performance with triggers... simply expose the data you need already formatted/calculated in a view.

Hope this helps...

Find the differences between 2 Excel worksheets?

I think your best option is a freeware app called Compare IT! .... absolutely brilliant utility and dead easy to use. http://www.grigsoft.com/wincmp3.htm

Given a view, how do I get its viewController?

More type safe code for Swift 3.0

extension UIResponder {
    func owningViewController() -> UIViewController? {
        var nextResponser = self
        while let next = nextResponser.next {
            nextResponser = next
            if let vc = nextResponser as? UIViewController {
                return vc
            }
        }
        return nil
    }
}

Select specific row from mysql table

You cannot select a row like that. You have to specify a field whose values will be 3

Here is a query that will work, if the field you are comparing against is id

select * from customer where `id` = 3

Replace HTML page with contents retrieved via AJAX

You could try doing

document.getElementById(id).innerHTML = ajax_response

expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before ‘(’ token

The first constructor in the header should not end with a semicolon. #include <string> is missing in the header. string is not qualified with std:: in the .cpp file. Those are all simple syntax errors. More importantly: you are not using references, when you should. Also the way you use the ifstream is broken. I suggest learning C++ before trying to use it.

Let's fix this up:

//polygone.h
# if !defined(__POLYGONE_H__)
# define __POLYGONE_H__

#include <iostream>
#include <string>    

class Polygone {
public:
  // declarations have to end with a semicolon, definitions do not
  Polygone(){} // why would we needs this?
  Polygone(const std::string& fichier);
};

# endif

and

//polygone.cc
// no need to include things twice
#include "polygone.h"
#include <fstream>


Polygone::Polygone(const std::string& nom)
{
  std::ifstream fichier (nom, ios::in);


  if (fichier.is_open())
  {
    // keep the scope as tiny as possible
    std::string line;
    // getline returns the stream and streams convert to booleans
    while ( std::getline(fichier, line) )
    {
      std::cout << line << std::endl;
    }
  }
  else
  {
    std::cerr << "Erreur a l'ouverture du fichier" << std::endl;
  }
}

Defining a percentage width for a LinearLayout?

Google introduced new API called PercentRelativeLayout

Add compile dependency like

compile 'com.android.support:percent:22.2.0'

in that PercentRelativeLayout is what we can do percentagewise layout

Load text file as strings using numpy.loadtxt()

There is also read_csv in Pandas, which is fast and supports non-comma column separators and automatic typing by column:

import pandas as pd
df = pd.read_csv('your_file',sep='\t')

It can be converted to a NumPy array if you prefer that type with:

import numpy as np
arr = np.array(df)

This is by far the easiest and most mature text import approach I've come across.

How To Get Selected Value From UIPickerView

You can access the selected row for a given component using the following method:

- (NSInteger)selectedRowInComponent:(NSInteger)component

Otherwise, implementing the delegate function is the only other option.

How do you remove duplicates from a list whilst preserving order?

If you routinely use pandas, and aesthetics is preferred over performance, then consider the built-in function pandas.Series.drop_duplicates:

    import pandas as pd
    import numpy as np

    uniquifier = lambda alist: pd.Series(alist).drop_duplicates().tolist()

    # from the chosen answer 
    def f7(seq):
        seen = set()
        seen_add = seen.add
        return [ x for x in seq if not (x in seen or seen_add(x))]

    alist = np.random.randint(low=0, high=1000, size=10000).tolist()

    print uniquifier(alist) == f7(alist)  # True

Timing:

    In [104]: %timeit f7(alist)
    1000 loops, best of 3: 1.3 ms per loop
    In [110]: %timeit uniquifier(alist)
    100 loops, best of 3: 4.39 ms per loop

Is there a way to return a list of all the image file names from a folder using only Javascript?

Although you can run FTP commands using WebSockets, the simpler solution is listing your files using opendir in server side (PHP), and "spitting" it into the HTML source-code, so it will be available to client side.

The following code will do just that,

Optionally -

  • use <a> tag to present a link.
  • query for more information using server side (PHP),

    for example a file size,

PHP filesize TIP:   also you can easily overcome the 2GB limit of PHP's filesize using: AJAX + HEAD request + .htaccess rule to allow Content-Length access from client-side.

<?php
  /* taken from: https://github.com/eladkarako/download.eladkarako.com */

  $path = 'resources';
  $files = [];
  $handle = @opendir('./' . $path . '/');

  while ($file = @readdir($handle)) 
    ("." !== $file && ".." !== $file) && array_push($files, $file);
  @closedir($handle);
  sort($files); //uksort($files, "strnatcasecmp");

  $files = json_encode($files);

  unset($handle,$ext,$file,$path);
?>
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en-US" dir="ltr">
<head>
  <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge">
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
</head>
<body>
  <div data-container></div>
  <script>
    /* you will see (for example): 'var files = ["1.bat","1.exe","1.txt"];' if your folder containes those 1.bat 1.exe 1.txt files, it will be sorted too! :) */

    var files = <?php echo $files; ?>;

    files = files.map(function(file){
      return '<a data-ext="##EXT##" download="##FILE##" href="http://download.eladkarako.com/resources/##FILE##">##FILE##</a>'
        .replace(/##FILE##/g,       file)
        .replace(/##EXT##/g,        file.split('.').slice(-1) )
        ;
    }).join("\n<br/>\n");

    document.querySelector('[data-container]').innerHTML = files;
  </script>

</body>
</html>

DOM result will look like that:

<html lang="en-US" dir="ltr"><head>
  <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge">
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
</head>
<body>
  <div data-container="">
    <a data-ext="bat" download="1.bat" href="http://download.eladkarako.com/resources/1.bat">1.bat</a>
    <br/>
    <a data-ext="exe" download="1.exe" href="http://download.eladkarako.com/resources/1.exe">1.exe</a>
    <br/>
    <a data-ext="txt" download="1.txt" href="http://download.eladkarako.com/resources/1.txt">1.txt</a>
    <br/>
  </div>
  <script>
    var files = ["1.bat","1.exe","1.txt"];

    files = files.map(function(file){
      return '<a data-ext="##EXT##" download="##FILE##" href="http://download.eladkarako.com/resources/##FILE##">##FILE##</a>'
        .replace(/##FILE##/g,       file)
        .replace(/##EXT##/g,        file.split('.').slice(-1) )
        ;
    }).join("\n<br/>\n");

    document.querySelector('[data-container').innerHTML = files;
  </script>


</body></html>

MVC 3 file upload and model binding

Solved

Model

public class Book
{
public string Title {get;set;}
public string Author {get;set;}
}

Controller

public class BookController : Controller
{
     [HttpPost]
     public ActionResult Create(Book model, IEnumerable<HttpPostedFileBase> fileUpload)
     {
         throw new NotImplementedException();
     }
}

And View

@using (Html.BeginForm("Create", "Book", FormMethod.Post, new { enctype = "multipart/form-data" }))
{      
     @Html.EditorFor(m => m)

     <input type="file" name="fileUpload[0]" /><br />      
     <input type="file" name="fileUpload[1]" /><br />      
     <input type="file" name="fileUpload[2]" /><br />      

     <input type="submit" name="Submit" id="SubmitMultiply" value="Upload" />
}

Note title of parameter from controller action must match with name of input elements IEnumerable<HttpPostedFileBase> fileUpload -> name="fileUpload[0]"

fileUpload must match

How to apply CSS to iframe?

If the content of the iframe is not completely under your control or you want to access the content from different pages with different styles you could try manipulating it using JavaScript.

var frm = frames['frame'].document;
var otherhead = frm.getElementsByTagName("head")[0];
var link = frm.createElement("link");
link.setAttribute("rel", "stylesheet");
link.setAttribute("type", "text/css");
link.setAttribute("href", "style.css");
otherhead.appendChild(link);

Note that depending on what browser you use this might only work on pages served from the same domain.

An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host - WCF

I just had this error now in server only and the solution was to set a maxItemsInObjectGraph attribute in wcf web.config under <behavior> tag:

<dataContractSerializer maxItemsInObjectGraph="2147483646"/>

importing external ".txt" file in python

You can import modules but not text files. If you want to print the content do the following:

Open a text file for reading:

f = open('words.txt', 'r')

Store content in a variable:

content = f.read()

Print content of this file:

print(content)

After you're done close a file:

f.close()

Serializing a list to JSON

You can also use Json.NET. Just download it at http://james.newtonking.com/pages/json-net.aspx, extract the compressed file and add it as a reference.

Then just serialize the list (or whatever object you want) with the following:

using Newtonsoft.Json;

string json = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(listTop10);

Update: you can also add it to your project via the NuGet Package Manager (Tools --> NuGet Package Manager --> Package Manager Console):

PM> Install-Package Newtonsoft.Json

Documentation: Serializing Collections

How to make HTML input tag only accept numerical values?

You can use the <input> tag with attribute type='number'.

For example you can use <input type='number' />

This input field allows only numerical values. You can also specify the minimum value and maximum value that should be accepted by this field.

List of special characters for SQL LIKE clause

ANSI SQL92:

  • %
  • _
  • an ESCAPE character only if specified.

It is disappointing that many databases do not stick to the standard rules and add extra characters, or incorrectly enable ESCAPE with a default value of ‘\’ when it is missing. Like we don't already have enough trouble with ‘\’!

It's impossible to write DBMS-independent code here, because you don't know what characters you're going to have to escape, and the standard says you can't escape things that don't need to be escaped. (See section 8.5/General Rules/3.a.ii.)

Thank you SQL! gnnn

Can two applications listen to the same port?

When you create a TCP connection, you ask to connect to a specific TCP address, which is a combination of an IP address (v4 or v6, depending on the protocol you're using) and a port.

When a server listens for connections, it can inform the kernel that it would like to listen to a specific IP address and port, i.e., one TCP address, or on the same port on each of the host's IP addresses (usually specified with IP address 0.0.0.0), which is effectively listening on a lot of different "TCP addresses" (e.g., 192.168.1.10:8000, 127.0.0.1:8000, etc.)

No, you can't have two applications listening on the same "TCP address," because when a message comes in, how would the kernel know to which application to give the message?

However, you in most operating systems you can set up several IP addresses on a single interface (e.g., if you have 192.168.1.10 on an interface, you could also set up 192.168.1.11, if nobody else on the network is using it), and in those cases you could have separate applications listening on port 8000 on each of those two IP addresses.

How can I import a large (14 GB) MySQL dump file into a new MySQL database?

I have made a PHP script which is designed to import large database dumps which have been generated by phpmyadmin or mysql dump (from cpanel) . It's called PETMI and you can download it here [project page] [gitlab page].

It works by splitting an. sql file into smaller files called a split and processing each split one at a time. Splits which fail to process can be processed manually by the user in phpmyadmin. This can be easily programmed as in sql dumps, each command is on a new line. Some things in sql dumps work in phpmyadmin imports but not in mysqli_query so those lines have been stripped from the splits.

It has been tested with a 1GB database. It has to be uploaded to an existing website. PETMI is open source and the sample code can be seen on Gitlab.

A moderator asked me to provide some sample code. I'm on a phone so excuse the formatting.

Here is the code that creates the splits.

                 //gets the config page
                  if (isset($_POST['register']) && $_POST['register'])
                {
                 echo " <img src=\"loading.gif\">";
        $folder = "split/";
        include ("config.php");
        
        $fh = fopen("importme.sql", 'a') or die("can't open file");
        $stringData = "-- --------------------------------------------------------";
        fwrite($fh, $stringData);
        fclose($fh);
        
        
        $file2 = fopen("importme.sql","r");
        
        //echo "<br><textarea class=\"mediumtext\" style=\"width: 500px; height: 200px;\">";
        $danumber = "1";
        while(! feof($file2)){
            //echo fgets($file2)."<!-- <br /><hr color=\"red\" size=\"15\"> -->"; 
            $oneline = fgets($file2); //this is fgets($file2) but formatted nicely
            //echo "<br>$oneline";
            
            $findme1  = '-- --------------------------------------------------------';
            $pos1 = strpos($oneline, $findme1);
            $findme2  = '-- Table structure for';
            $pos2 = strpos($oneline, $findme2);
            $findme3  = '-- Dumping data for';
            $pos3 = strpos($oneline, $findme3);
            $findme4  = '-- Indexes for dumped tables';
            $pos4 = strpos($oneline, $findme4);
            $findme5  = '-- AUTO_INCREMENT for dumped tables';
            $pos5 = strpos($oneline, $findme5);
            if ($pos1 === false && $pos2 === false && $pos3 === false && $pos4 === false && $pos5 === false) {

                // setcookie("filenumber",$i);
                // if ($danumber2 == ""){$danumber2 = "0";} else { $danumber2 = $danumber2 +1;}                 
                $ourFileName = "split/sql-split-$danumber.sql";
                // echo "writing danumber is $danumber";
                $ourFileHandle = fopen($ourFileName, 'a') or die("can't edit file. chmod directory to 777");

                $stringData = $oneline;
                $stringData = preg_replace("/\/[*][!\d\sA-Za-z@_='+:,]*[*][\/][;]/", "", $stringData);
                $stringData = preg_replace("/\/[*][!]*[\d A-Za-z`]*[*]\/[;]/", "", $stringData);
                $stringData = preg_replace("/DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `[a-zA-Z]*`;/", "", $stringData);
                $stringData = preg_replace("/LOCK TABLES `[a-zA-Z` ;]*/", "", $stringData);
                $stringData = preg_replace("/UNLOCK TABLES;/", "", $stringData);

                fwrite($ourFileHandle, $stringData);
                fclose($ourFileHandle);
            
            } else {
                    //write new file;
                    if ($danumber == ""){$danumber = "1";} else { $danumber = $danumber +1;}
                    $ourFileName = "split/sql-split-$danumber.sql"; 
                    //echo "$ourFileName has been written with the contents above.\n";
                    
                    $ourFileName = "split/sql-split-$danumber.sql";
                    $ourFileHandle = fopen($ourFileName, 'a') or die("can't edit file. chmod directory to 777");
                    $stringData = "$oneline";
                    fwrite($ourFileHandle, $stringData);
                    fclose($ourFileHandle);
            }
        }
        //echo "</textarea>";
        
    
    fclose($file2);

Here is the code that imports the split

<?php
ob_start();
// allows you to use cookies
include ("config.php");
//gets the config page
if (isset($_POST['register']))
{
echo "<div id**strong text**=\"sel1\"><img src=\"loading.gif\"></div>";

// the above line checks to see if the html form has been submitted
$dbname = $accesshost;
$dbhost = $username;
$dbuser = $password;
$dbpasswd = $database;
$table_prefix = $dbprefix;
//the above lines set variables with the user submitted information
    //none were left blank!  We continue...


//echo "$importme";

echo "<hr>";

$importme = "$_GET[file]";
$importme = file_get_contents($importme);
//echo "<b>$importme</b><br><br>";
$sql = $importme;
$findme1  = '-- Indexes for dumped tables';
$pos1 = strpos($importme, $findme1);
$findme2 = '-- AUTO_INCREMENT for dumped tables';
$pos2 = strpos($importme, $findme2);

$dbhost = '';
@set_time_limit(0);


if($pos1 !== false){
    $splitted = explode("-- Indexes for table", $importme);
    // print_r($splitted);
    for($i=0;$i<count($splitted);$i++){
        $sql = $splitted[$i];
        $sql = preg_replace("/[`][a-z`\s]*[-]{2}/", "", $sql);
        
        // echo "<b>$sql</b><hr>";
        if($table_prefix !== 'phpbb_') $sql = preg_replace('/phpbb_/', $table_prefix, $sql);
        $res = mysql_query($sql);
    }
    if(!$res) { echo '<b>error in query </b>', mysql_error(), '<br /><br>Try importing the split .sql file in phpmyadmin under the SQL tab.'; /* $i = $i +1; */ } else {
    echo ("<meta http-equiv=\"Refresh\" content=\"0; URL=restore.php?page=done&file=$filename\"/>Thank You! You will be redirected");
    }   
 
} elseif($pos2 !== false){
    $splitted = explode("-- AUTO_INCREMENT for table", $importme);
    // print_r($splitted);
    for($i=0;$i<count($splitted);$i++){
        $sql = $splitted[$i];
        $sql = preg_replace("/[`][a-z`\s]*[-]{2}/", "", $sql);
        
        // echo "<b>$sql</b><hr>";
        if($table_prefix !== 'phpbb_') $sql = preg_replace('/phpbb_/', $table_prefix, $sql);
        $res = mysql_query($sql);
    }
    if(!$res) { echo '<b>error in query </b>', mysql_error(), '<br /><br>Try importing the split .sql file in phpmyadmin under the SQL tab.'; /* $i = $i +1; */ } else {
    echo ("<meta http-equiv=\"Refresh\" content=\"0; URL=restore.php?page=done&file=$filename\"/>Thank You! You will be redirected");
    }   
} else {
    if($table_prefix !== 'phpbb_') $sql = preg_replace('/phpbb_/', $table_prefix, $sql);
    $res = mysql_query($sql);
    if(!$res) { echo '<b>error in query </b>', mysql_error(), '<br /><br>Try importing the split .sql file in phpmyadmin under the SQL tab.'; /* $i = $i +1; */ } else {
    echo ("<meta http-equiv=\"Refresh\" content=\"0; URL=restore.php?page=done&file=$filename\"/>Thank You! You will be redirected");
    }


 }




//echo 'done (', count($sql), ' queries).';

}

    

dispatch_after - GCD in Swift?

Here is synchronous version of asyncAfter in Swift:

let deadline = DispatchTime.now() + .seconds(3)
let semaphore = DispatchSemaphore.init(value: 0)
DispatchQueue.global().asyncAfter(deadline: deadline) {
    dispatchPrecondition(condition: .onQueue(DispatchQueue.global()))
    semaphore.signal()
}

semaphore.wait()

Along with asynchronous one:

let deadline = DispatchTime.now() + .seconds(3)
DispatchQueue.main.asyncAfter(deadline: deadline) {
    dispatchPrecondition(condition: .onQueue(DispatchQueue.global()))
}

Change the Arrow buttons in Slick slider

For changing the color

.slick-prev:before {
  color: some-color!important;
}
.slick-next:before {
  color: some-color!important;
}

Laravel 5 Clear Views Cache

Right now there is no view:clear command. For laravel 4 this can probably help you: https://gist.github.com/cjonstrup/8228165

Disabling caching can be done by skipping blade. View caching is done because blade compiling each time is a waste of time.

How to create a zip file in Java

Here is an example code to compress a Whole Directory(including sub files and sub directories), it's using the walk file tree feature of Java NIO.

import java.io.FileOutputStream;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.nio.file.*;
import java.nio.file.attribute.BasicFileAttributes;
import java.util.zip.ZipEntry;
import java.util.zip.ZipOutputStream;

public class ZipCompress {
    public static void compress(String dirPath) {
        final Path sourceDir = Paths.get(dirPath);
        String zipFileName = dirPath.concat(".zip");
        try {
            final ZipOutputStream outputStream = new ZipOutputStream(new FileOutputStream(zipFileName));
            Files.walkFileTree(sourceDir, new SimpleFileVisitor<Path>() {
                @Override
                public FileVisitResult visitFile(Path file, BasicFileAttributes attributes) {
                    try {
                        Path targetFile = sourceDir.relativize(file);
                        outputStream.putNextEntry(new ZipEntry(targetFile.toString()));
                        byte[] bytes = Files.readAllBytes(file);
                        outputStream.write(bytes, 0, bytes.length);
                        outputStream.closeEntry();
                    } catch (IOException e) {
                        e.printStackTrace();
                    }
                    return FileVisitResult.CONTINUE;
                }
            });
            outputStream.close();
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
    }
}

To use this, just call

ZipCompress.compress("target/directoryToCompress");

and you'll get a zip file directoryToCompress.zip

How to pass password automatically for rsync SSH command?

Use a ssh key.

Look at ssh-keygen and ssh-copy-id.

After that you can use an rsync this way :

rsync -a --stats --progress --delete /home/path server:path

How to open Console window in Eclipse?

Better to save the code first, windows -> Perspective -> close all Perspective. Then from windows -> Perspective -> open your desired perspective. Now you can all the tab which required for the perspective

PANIC: Cannot find AVD system path. Please define ANDROID_SDK_ROOT (in windows 10)

Go to Control Panel>>System and Security>>System>>Advance system settings>>Environment Variables then set variable value of ANDROID_HOME set it like this "C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Android\sdk" set username as your pc name, then restart your android studio. after that you can create your AVD again than the error will gone than it will start the virtual device.

Setting session variable using javascript

You could better use the localStorage of the web browser.

You can find a reference here

std::string length() and size() member functions

Ruby's just the same, btw, offering both #length and #size as synonyms for the number of items in arrays and hashes (C++ only does it for strings).

Minimalists and people who believe "there ought to be one, and ideally only one, obvious way to do it" (as the Zen of Python recites) will, I guess, mostly agree with your doubts, @Naveen, while fans of Perl's "There's more than one way to do it" (or SQL's syntax with a bazillion optional "noise words" giving umpteen identically equivalent syntactic forms to express one concept) will no doubt be complaining that Ruby, and especially C++, just don't go far enough in offering such synonymical redundancy;-).

Maven: How to run a .java file from command line passing arguments

You could run: mvn exec:exec -Dexec.args="arg1".

This will pass the argument arg1 to your program.

You should specify the main class fully qualified, for example, a Main.java that is in a package test would need

mvn exec:java  -Dexec.mainClass=test.Main

By using the -f parameter, as decribed here, you can also run it from other directories.

mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass=test.Main -f folder/pom.xm

For multiple arguments, simply separate them with a space as you would at the command line.

mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass=test.Main -Dexec.args="arg1 arg2 arg3"

For arguments separated with a space, you can group using 'argument separated with space' inside the quotation marks.

mvn exec:java -Dexec.mainClass=test.Main -Dexec.args="'argument separated with space' 'another one'"

How to rename a single column in a data.frame?

This can also be done using Hadley's plyr package, and the rename function.

library(plyr) 
df <- data.frame(foo=rnorm(1000)) 
df <- rename(df,c('foo'='samples'))

You can rename by the name (without knowing the position) and perform multiple renames at once. After doing a merge, for example, you might end up with:

  letterid id.x id.y
1       70    2    1
2      116    6    5
3      116    6    4
4      116    6    3
5      766   14    9
6      766   14   13

Which you can then rename in one step using:

letters <- rename(letters,c("id.x" = "source", "id.y" = "target"))

  letterid source target
1       70      2      1
2      116      6      5
3      116      6      4
4      116      6      3
5      766     14      9
6      766     14     13

How to update parent's state in React?

-We can create ParentComponent and with handleInputChange method to update the ParentComponent state. Import the ChildComponent and we pass two props from parent to child component ie.handleInputChange function and count.

import React, { Component } from 'react';
import ChildComponent from './ChildComponent';

class ParentComponent extends Component {
  constructor(props) {
    super(props);
    this.handleInputChange = this.handleInputChange.bind(this);
    this.state = {
      count: '',
    };
  }

  handleInputChange(e) {
    const { value, name } = e.target;
    this.setState({ [name]: value });
  }

  render() {
    const { count } = this.state;
    return (
      <ChildComponent count={count} handleInputChange={this.handleInputChange} />
    );
  }
}
  • Now we create the ChildComponent file and save as ChildComponent.jsx. This component is stateless because the child component doesn't have a state. We use the prop-types library for props type checking.

    import React from 'react';
    import { func, number } from 'prop-types';
    
    const ChildComponent = ({ handleInputChange, count }) => (
      <input onChange={handleInputChange} value={count} name="count" />
    );
    
    ChildComponent.propTypes = {
      count: number,
      handleInputChange: func.isRequired,
    };
    
    ChildComponent.defaultProps = {
      count: 0,
    };
    
    export default ChildComponent;
    

Insert node at a certain position in a linked list C++

For inserting at a particular position k, you need to traverse the list till the position k-1 and then do the insert.

[You need not create a new node to traverse to that position as you did in your code] You should traverse from the head node.

How to $http Synchronous call with AngularJS

Not currently. If you look at the source code (from this point in time Oct 2012), you'll see that the call to XHR open is actually hard-coded to be asynchronous (the third parameter is true):

 xhr.open(method, url, true);

You'd need to write your own service that did synchronous calls. Generally that's not something you'll usually want to do because of the nature of JavaScript execution you'll end up blocking everything else.

... but.. if blocking everything else is actually desired, maybe you should look into promises and the $q service. It allows you to wait until a set of asynchronous actions are done, and then execute something once they're all complete. I don't know what your use case is, but that might be worth a look.

Outside of that, if you're going to roll your own, more information about how to make synchronous and asynchronous ajax calls can be found here.

I hope that is helpful.

How can you have SharePoint Link Lists default to opening in a new window?

You can edit the page in SharePoint designer, convert the List View web part to an XSLT Data View. (by right click + "Convert to XSLT Data View").
Then you can edit the XSLT - find the A tag and add an attribute target="_blank"

How to remove folders with a certain name

I ended up here looking to delete my node_modules folders before doing a backup of my work in progress using rsync. A key requirements is that the node_modules folder can be nested, so you need the -prune option.

First I ran this to visually verify the folders to be deleted:

find -type d -name node_modules -prune

Then I ran this to delete them all:

find -type d -name node_modules -prune -exec rm -rf {} \;

Thanks to pistache

Can't use Swift classes inside Objective-C

Just include #import "myProject-Swift.h" in .m or .h file

P.S You will not find "myProject-Swift.h" in file inspector it's hidden. But it is generated by app automatically.

How to create CSV Excel file C#?

I added ExportToStream so the csv didn't have to save to the hard drive first.

public Stream ExportToStream()
{
    MemoryStream stream = new MemoryStream();
    StreamWriter writer = new StreamWriter(stream);
    writer.Write(Export(true));
    writer.Flush();
    stream.Position = 0;
    return stream;
}

orderBy multiple fields in Angular

Please see this:

http://jsfiddle.net/JSWorld/Hp4W7/32/

<div ng-repeat="division in divisions | orderBy:['group','sub']">{{division.group}}-{{division.sub}}</div>

Creating Dynamic button with click event in JavaScript

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>

<p>Click the button to make a BUTTON element with text.</p>

<button onclick="myFunction()">Try it</button>

<script>
function myFunction() {
    var btn = document.createElement("BUTTON");
    var t = document.createTextNode("CLICK ME");

    btn.setAttribute("style","color:red;font-size:23px");

    btn.appendChild(t);
    document.body.appendChild(btn);

    btn.setAttribute("onclick", alert("clicked"));

}
</script>

</body>
</html>

How to initialize weights in PyTorch?

Sorry for being so late, I hope my answer will help.

To initialise weights with a normal distribution use:

torch.nn.init.normal_(tensor, mean=0, std=1)

Or to use a constant distribution write:

torch.nn.init.constant_(tensor, value)

Or to use an uniform distribution:

torch.nn.init.uniform_(tensor, a=0, b=1) # a: lower_bound, b: upper_bound

You can check other methods to initialise tensors here

How to export a Vagrant virtual machine to transfer it

This is actually pretty simple

  1. Install virtual box and vagrant on the remote machine
  2. Wrap up your vagrant machine

    vagrant package --base [machine name as it shows in virtual box] --output /Users/myuser/Documents/Workspace/my.box

  3. copy the box to your remote

  4. init the box on your remote machine by running

    vagrant init [machine name as it shows in virtual box] /Users/myuser/Documents/Workspace/my.box

  5. Run vagrant up

How to Create an excel dropdown list that displays text with a numeric hidden value

There are two types of drop down lists available (I am not sure since which version).

ActiveX Drop Down
You can set the column widths, so your hidden column can be set to 0.

Form Drop Down
You could set the drop down range to a hidden sheet and reference the cell adjacent to the selected item. This would also work with the ActiveX type control.

What is the best way to get the first letter from a string in Java, returned as a string of length 1?

import java.io.*;
class Initials {

    public static void main(String args[]) throws IOException {
        BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in));
        String s;
        char x;
        int l;
        System.out.print("Enter any sentence: ");
        s = br.readLine();
        s = " " + s; //adding a space infront of the inputted sentence or a name
        s = s.toUpperCase(); //converting the sentence into Upper Case (Capital Letters)
        l = s.length(); //finding the length of the sentence
        System.out.print("Output = ");

        for (int i = 0; i < l; i++) {
            x = s.charAt(i); //taking out one character at a time from the sentence
            if (x == ' ') //if the character is a space, printing the next Character along with a fullstop
                System.out.print(s.charAt(i + 1) + ".");
        }
    }
}

How exactly does the python any() function work?

>>> names = ['King', 'Queen', 'Joker']
>>> any(n in 'King and john' for n in names)
True

>>> all(n in 'King and Queen' for n in names)
False

It just reduce several line of code into one. You don't have to write lengthy code like:

for n in names:
    if n in 'King and john':
       print True
    else:
       print False

When should I use Async Controllers in ASP.NET MVC?

async actions help best when the actions does some I\O operations to DB or some network bound calls where the thread that processes the request will be stalled before it gets answer from the DB or network bound call which you just invoked. It's best you use await with them and it will really improve the responsiveness of your application (because less ASP input\output threads will be stalled while waiting for the DB or any other operation like that). In all my applications whenever many calls to DB very necessary I've always wrapped them in awaiatable method and called that with await keyword.

PHP - Check if the page run on Mobile or Desktop browser

You can do it manually if you want.

Reference: http://php.net/manual/en/function.get-browser.php

preg_match('/windows|win32/i', $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'])

preg_match('/iPhone|iPod|iPad/', $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'])

You can even make it a script

$device = 'Blackberry'

preg_match("/$device/", $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'])

Here is somewhat of a small list

                        '/windows nt 6.2/i'     =>  'Windows 8',
                        '/windows nt 6.1/i'     =>  'Windows 7',
                        '/windows nt 6.0/i'     =>  'Windows Vista',
                        '/windows nt 5.2/i'     =>  'Windows Server 2003/XP x64',
                        '/windows nt 5.1/i'     =>  'Windows XP',
                        '/windows xp/i'         =>  'Windows XP',
                        '/windows nt 5.0/i'     =>  'Windows 2000',
                        '/windows me/i'         =>  'Windows ME',
                        '/win98/i'              =>  'Windows 98',
                        '/win95/i'              =>  'Windows 95',
                        '/win16/i'              =>  'Windows 3.11',
                        '/macintosh|mac os x/i' =>  'Mac OS X',
                        '/mac_powerpc/i'        =>  'Mac OS 9',
                        '/linux/i'              =>  'Linux',
                        '/ubuntu/i'             =>  'Ubuntu',
                        '/iphone/i'             =>  'iPhone',
                        '/ipod/i'               =>  'iPod',
                        '/ipad/i'               =>  'iPad',
                        '/android/i'            =>  'Android',
                        '/blackberry/i'         =>  'BlackBerry',
                        '/webos/i'              =>  'Mobile'

Browsers

                        '/msie/i'       =>  'Internet Explorer',
                        '/firefox/i'    =>  'Firefox',
                        '/safari/i'     =>  'Safari',
                        '/chrome/i'     =>  'Chrome',
                        '/opera/i'      =>  'Opera',
                        '/netscape/i'   =>  'Netscape',
                        '/maxthon/i'    =>  'Maxthon',
                        '/konqueror/i'  =>  'Konqueror',
                        '/mobile/i'     =>  'Handheld Browser'

CSS border less than 1px

The minimum width that your screen can display is 1 pixel. So its impossible to display less then 1px. 1 pixels can only have 1 color and cannot be split up.

How to create Password Field in Model Django

See my code which may help you. models.py

from django.db import models

class Customer(models.Model):
    name = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    email = models.EmailField(max_length=100)
    password = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    instrument_purchase = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    house_no = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    address_line1 = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    address_line2 = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    telephone = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    zip_code = models.CharField(max_length=20)
    state = models.CharField(max_length=100)
    country = models.CharField(max_length=100)

    def __str__(self):
        return self.name

forms.py

from django import forms
from models import *

class CustomerForm(forms.ModelForm):
    password = forms.CharField(widget=forms.PasswordInput)

    class Meta:
        model = Customer
        fields = ('name', 'email', 'password', 'instrument_purchase', 'house_no', 'address_line1', 'address_line2', 'telephone', 'zip_code', 'state', 'country')

Selecting multiple items in ListView

Step 1: setAdapter to your listview.

 listView.setAdapter(new ArrayAdapter<String>(this, android.R.layout.simple_list_item_multiple_choice, GENRES)); 

Step 2: set choice mode for listview .The second line of below code represents which checkbox should be checked.

listView.setChoiceMode(ListView.CHOICE_MODE_MULTIPLE);
listView.setItemChecked(2, true);

listView.setOnItemClickListener(this);



 private static  String[] GENRES = new String[] {
        "Action", "Adventure", "Animation", "Children", "Comedy", "Documentary", "Drama",
        "Foreign", "History", "Independent", "Romance", "Sci-Fi", "Television", "Thriller"
    };

Step 3: Checked views are returned in SparseBooleanArray, so you might use the below code to get key or values.The below sample are simply displayed selected names in a single String.

@Override
    public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> adapter, View arg1, int arg2, long arg3)
    {

    SparseBooleanArray sp=getListView().getCheckedItemPositions();

    String str="";
    for(int i=0;i<sp.size();i++)
    {
        str+=GENRES[sp.keyAt(i)]+",";
    }
    Toast.makeText(this, ""+str, Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();

    }

Does Spring @Transactional attribute work on a private method?

The Question is not private or public, the question is: How is it invoked and which AOP implementation you use!

If you use (default) Spring Proxy AOP, then all AOP functionality provided by Spring (like @Transactional) will only be taken into account if the call goes through the proxy. -- This is normally the case if the annotated method is invoked from another bean.

This has two implications:

  • Because private methods must not be invoked from another bean (the exception is reflection), their @Transactional Annotation is not taken into account.
  • If the method is public, but it is invoked from the same bean, it will not be taken into account either (this statement is only correct if (default) Spring Proxy AOP is used).

@See Spring Reference: Chapter 9.6 9.6 Proxying mechanisms

IMHO you should use the aspectJ mode, instead of the Spring Proxies, that will overcome the problem. And the AspectJ Transactional Aspects are woven even into private methods (checked for Spring 3.0).

"Bitmap too large to be uploaded into a texture"

Addition of the following 2 attributes in (AndroidManifest.xml) worked for me:

android:largeHeap="true"
android:hardwareAccelerated="false"

How to force file download with PHP

header("Content-Type: application/octet-stream");
header("Content-Transfer-Encoding: Binary");
header("Content-disposition: attachment; filename=\"file.exe\""); 
echo readfile($url);

is correct

or better one for exe type of files

header("Location: $url");

What is the purpose of the return statement?

return should be used for recursive functions/methods or you want to use the returned value for later applications in your algorithm.

print should be used when you want to display a meaningful and desired output to the user and you don't want to clutter the screen with intermediate results that the user is not interested in, although they are helpful for debugging your code.

The following code shows how to use return and print properly:

def fact(x):
    if x < 2:
        return 1
    return x * fact(x - 1)

print(fact(5))

This explanation is true for all of the programming languages not just python.

How to create a box when mouse over text in pure CSS?

You can also do it by toggling between display: block on hover and display:none without hover to produce the effect.

How can I get the line number which threw exception?

Update to the answer

    // Get stack trace for the exception with source file information
    var st = new StackTrace(ex, true);
    // Get the top stack frame
    var frame = st.GetFrame(st.FrameCount-1);
    // Get the line number from the stack frame
    var line = frame.GetFileLineNumber();

How do I make a request using HTTP basic authentication with PHP curl?

Yahoo has a tutorial on making calls to their REST services using PHP:

Make Yahoo! Web Service REST Calls with PHP

I have not used it myself, but Yahoo is Yahoo and should guarantee for at least some level of quality. They don't seem to cover PUT and DELETE requests, though.

Also, the User Contributed Notes to curl_exec() and others contain lots of good information.

How to filter array in subdocument with MongoDB

Use $filter aggregation

Selects a subset of the array to return based on the specified condition. Returns an array with only those elements that match the condition. The returned elements are in the original order.

db.test.aggregate([
    {$match: {"list.a": {$gt:3}}}, // <-- match only the document which have a matching element
    {$project: {
        list: {$filter: {
            input: "$list",
            as: "list",
            cond: {$gt: ["$$list.a", 3]} //<-- filter sub-array based on condition
        }}
    }}
]);

What is the purpose of shuffling and sorting phase in the reducer in Map Reduce Programming?

Let's revisit key phases of Mapreduce program.

The map phase is done by mappers. Mappers run on unsorted input key/values pairs. Each mapper emits zero, one, or multiple output key/value pairs for each input key/value pairs.

The combine phase is done by combiners. The combiner should combine key/value pairs with the same key. Each combiner may run zero, once, or multiple times.

The shuffle and sort phase is done by the framework. Data from all mappers are grouped by the key, split among reducers and sorted by the key. Each reducer obtains all values associated with the same key. The programmer may supply custom compare functions for sorting and a partitioner for data split.

The partitioner decides which reducer will get a particular key value pair.

The reducer obtains sorted key/[values list] pairs, sorted by the key. The value list contains all values with the same key produced by mappers. Each reducer emits zero, one or multiple output key/value pairs for each input key/value pair.

Have a look at this javacodegeeks article by Maria Jurcovicova and mssqltips article by Datta for a better understanding

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Sort a list of lists with a custom compare function

Since the OP was asking for using a custom compare function (and this is what led me to this question as well), I want to give a solid answer here:

Generally, you want to use the built-in sorted() function which takes a custom comparator as its parameter. We need to pay attention to the fact that in Python 3 the parameter name and semantics have changed.

How the custom comparator works

When providing a custom comparator, it should generally return an integer/float value that follows the following pattern (as with most other programming languages and frameworks):

  • return a negative value (< 0) when the left item should be sorted before the right item
  • return a positive value (> 0) when the left item should be sorted after the right item
  • return 0 when both the left and the right item have the same weight and should be ordered "equally" without precedence

In the particular case of the OP's question, the following custom compare function can be used:

def compare(item1, item2):
    return fitness(item1) - fitness(item2)

Using the minus operation is a nifty trick because it yields to positive values when the weight of left item1 is bigger than the weight of the right item2. Hence item1 will be sorted after item2.

If you want to reverse the sort order, simply reverse the subtraction: return fitness(item2) - fitness(item1)

Calling sorted() in Python 2

sorted(mylist, cmp=compare)

or:

sorted(mylist, cmp=lambda item1, item2: fitness(item1) - fitness(item2))

Calling sorted() in Python 3

from functools import cmp_to_key
sorted(mylist, key=cmp_to_key(compare))

or:

from functools import cmp_to_key
sorted(mylist, key=cmp_to_key(lambda item1, item2: fitness(item1) - fitness(item2)))

Reading/writing an INI file

The creators of the .NET framework want you to use XML-based config files, rather than INI files. So no, there is no built-in mechanism for reading them.

There are third party solutions available, though.

How do I get a background location update every n minutes in my iOS application?

I found a solution to implement this with the help of the Apple Developer Forums:

  • Specify location background mode
  • Create an NSTimer in the background with UIApplication:beginBackgroundTaskWithExpirationHandler:
  • When n is smaller than UIApplication:backgroundTimeRemaining it will work just fine. When n is larger, the location manager should be enabled (and disabled) again before there is no time remaining to avoid the background task being killed.

This works because location is one of the three allowed types of background execution.

Note: I lost some time by testing this in the simulator where it doesn't work. However, it works fine on my phone.

Regular expression to find two strings anywhere in input

You can try:

\bcat\b.*\bmat\b

\b is an anchor and matches a word boundary. It will look for words cat and mat anywhere in the string with mat following cat. It will not match:

Therez caterpillar on the mat.

but will match

The cat slept on the mat in front of the fire

If you want to match strings which have letters cat followed by mat, you can try:

cat.*mat

This will match both the above example strings.

How to restore/reset npm configuration to default values?

If it's about just one property - let's say you want to temporarily change some default, for instance disable CA checking: you can do it with

npm config set ca ""

To come back to the defaults for that setting, simply

npm config delete ca

To verify, use npm config get ca.

Java 8 Lambda filter by Lists

Something like:

clients.stream.filter(c->{
   users.stream.filter(u->u.getName().equals(c.getName()).count()>0
}).collect(Collectors.toList());

This is however not an awfully efficient way to do it. Unless the collections are very small, you will be better of building a set of user names and using that in the condition.

Combine two or more columns in a dataframe into a new column with a new name

As already mentioned in comments by Uwe and UseR, a general solution in the tidyverse format would be to use the command unite:

library(tidyverse)

n = c(2, 3, 5) 
s = c("aa", "bb", "cc") 
b = c(TRUE, FALSE, TRUE) 

df = data.frame(n, s, b) %>% 
  unite(x, c(n, s), sep = " ", remove = FALSE)

convert:not authorized `aaaa` @ error/constitute.c/ReadImage/453

After a recent update on my Ubuntu 16.04 system I have also started getting this error when trying to run convert on .ps files to convert them into pdfs.

This fix worked for me:

In a terminal run:

sudo gedit /etc/ImageMagick-6/policy.xml

This should open the policy.xml file in the gedit text editor. If it doesn't, your image magick might be installed in a different place. Then change

rights="none" 

to

rights="read | write" 

for PDF, EPS and PS lines near the bottom of the file. Save and exit, and image magick should then work again.

Which is better: <script type="text/javascript">...</script> or <script>...</script>

<script type="text/javascript"></script> because its the right way and compatible with all browsers

How to concatenate two strings in SQL Server 2005

To concatenate two strings in 2008 or prior:

SELECT ISNULL(FirstName, '') + ' ' + ISNULL(SurName, '')

good to use ISNULL because "String + NULL" will give you a NULL only

One more thing: Make sure you are concatenating strings otherwise use a CAST operator:

SELECT 2 + 3 

Will give 5

SELECT '2' + '3'

Will give 23

Making button go full-width?

Bootstrap / CSS

Use col-12, btn-block, w-100, form-control or width:100%

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<link href="https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.1.3/css/bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet"/>

         <button class="btn btn-success col-12">
             class="col-12"
         </button>
    
         <button class="btn btn-primary w-100">
             class="w-100"
         </button>

         <button class="btn btn-secondary btn-block">
             class="btn-block"
         </button>
         
         <button class="btn btn-success form-control">
             class="form-control"
         </button>
         
         <button class="btn btn-danger" style="width:100%">
             style="width:100%"
         </button>
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Select the first row by group

(1) SQLite has a built in rowid pseudo-column so this works:

sqldf("select min(rowid) rowid, id, string 
               from test 
               group by id")

giving:

  rowid id string
1     1  1      A
2     3  2      B
3     5  3      C
4     7  4      D
5     9  5      E

(2) Also sqldf itself has a row.names= argument:

sqldf("select min(cast(row_names as real)) row_names, id, string 
              from test 
              group by id", row.names = TRUE)

giving:

  id string
1  1      A
3  2      B
5  3      C
7  4      D
9  5      E

(3) A third alternative which mixes the elements of the above two might be even better:

sqldf("select min(rowid) row_names, id, string 
               from test 
               group by id", row.names = TRUE)

giving:

  id string
1  1      A
3  2      B
5  3      C
7  4      D
9  5      E

Note that all three of these rely on a SQLite extension to SQL where the use of min or max is guaranteed to result in the other columns being chosen from the same row. (In other SQL-based databases that may not be guaranteed.)

How to align a <div> to the middle (horizontally/width) of the page

Flexbox solution is the way to go in/from 2015. justify-content: center is used for the parent element to align the content to the center of it.

HTML

<div class="container">
  <div class="center">Center</div>
</div>

CSS

.container {
  display: flex;
  justify-content: center;
}
.center {
  width: 800px;
}

Output

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  display: flex;
  justify-content: center;
}
.center {
  width: 400px; 
  padding: 10px;
  background: #5F85DB;
  color: #fff;
  font-weight: bold;
  font-family: Tahoma;
}
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<div class="container">
  <div class="center">Centered div with left aligned text.</div>
</div>
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How do I implement JQuery.noConflict() ?

If you look at the examples on the api page there is this: Example: Creates a different alias instead of jQuery to use in the rest of the script.

var j = jQuery.noConflict();
// Do something with jQuery
j("div p").hide();
// Do something with another library's $()
$("content").style.display = 'none';

Put the var j = jQuery.noConflict() after you bring in jquery and then bring in the conflicting scripts. You can then use the j in place of $ for all your jquery needs and use the $ for the other script.

Reminder - \r\n or \n\r?

if you are using C#, why not using Environment.NewLine ? (i assume you use some file writer objects... just pass it the Environment.NewLine and it will handle the right terminators.

Show loading screen when navigating between routes in Angular 2

Why not just using simple css :

<router-outlet></router-outlet>
<div class="loading"></div>

And in your styles :

div.loading{
    height: 100px;
    background-color: red;
    display: none;
}
router-outlet + div.loading{
    display: block;
}

Or even we can do this for the first answer:

<router-outlet></router-outlet>
<spinner-component></spinner-component>

And then simply just

spinner-component{
   display:none;
}
router-outlet + spinner-component{
    display: block;
}

The trick here is, the new routes and components will always appear after router-outlet , so with a simple css selector we can show and hide the loading.

updating nodejs on ubuntu 16.04

sudo npm install npm@latest -g

How to handle back button in activity

You can handle it like this:

for API level 5 and greater

@Override
public void onBackPressed() {
    // your code.
}

older than API 5

@Override
public boolean onKeyDown(int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
    if (keyCode == KeyEvent.KEYCODE_BACK) {
        // your code
        return true;
    }

    return super.onKeyDown(keyCode, event);
}

How do I select elements of an array given condition?

I like to use np.vectorize for such tasks. Consider the following:

>>> # Arrays
>>> x = np.array([5, 2, 3, 1, 4, 5])
>>> y = np.array(['f','o','o','b','a','r'])

>>> # Function containing the constraints
>>> func = np.vectorize(lambda t: t>1 and t<5)

>>> # Call function on x
>>> y[func(x)]
>>> array(['o', 'o', 'a'], dtype='<U1')

The advantage is you can add many more types of constraints in the vectorized function.

Hope it helps.

Set background image in CSS using jquery

Use :

 $(this).parent().css("background-image", "url(/images/r-srchbg_white.png) no-repeat;");

instead of

 $(this).parent().css("background", "url(/images/r-srchbg_white.png) no-repeat;");

More examples you cand see here

automatically execute an Excel macro on a cell change

Your code looks pretty good.

Be careful, however, for your call to Range("H5") is a shortcut command to Application.Range("H5"), which is equivalent to Application.ActiveSheet.Range("H5"). This could be fine, if the only changes are user-changes -- which is the most typical -- but it is possible for the worksheet's cell values to change when it is not the active sheet via programmatic changes, e.g. VBA.

With this in mind, I would utilize Target.Worksheet.Range("H5"):

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
    If Not Intersect(Target, Target.Worksheet.Range("H5")) Is Nothing Then Macro
End Sub

Or you can use Me.Range("H5"), if the event handler is on the code page for the worksheet in question (it usually is):

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
    If Not Intersect(Target, Me.Range("H5")) Is Nothing Then Macro
End Sub

Hope this helps...

Jackson overcoming underscores in favor of camel-case

If you want this for a Single Class, you can use the PropertyNamingStrategy with the @JsonNaming, something like this:

@JsonNaming(PropertyNamingStrategy.LowerCaseWithUnderscoresStrategy.class)
public static class Request {

    String businessName;
    String businessLegalName;

}

Will serialize to:

{
    "business_name" : "",
    "business_legal_name" : ""
}

Since Jackson 2.7 the LowerCaseWithUnderscoresStrategy in deprecated in favor of SnakeCaseStrategy, so you should use:

@JsonNaming(PropertyNamingStrategy.SnakeCaseStrategy.class)
public static class Request {

    String businessName;
    String businessLegalName;

}

How to retrieve form values from HTTPPOST, dictionary or?

You could have your controller action take an object which would reflect the form input names and the default model binder will automatically create this object for you:

[HttpPost]
public ActionResult SubmitAction(SomeModel model)
{
    var value1 = model.SimpleProp1;
    var value2 = model.SimpleProp2;
    var value3 = model.ComplexProp1.SimpleProp1;
    ...

    ... return something ...
}

Another (obviously uglier) way is:

[HttpPost]
public ActionResult SubmitAction()
{
    var value1 = Request["SimpleProp1"];
    var value2 = Request["SimpleProp2"];
    var value3 = Request["ComplexProp1.SimpleProp1"];
    ...

    ... return something ...
}

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

Taking the modulo of the result, as the other posters have asserted will give you something that's nearly random, but not perfectly so.

Consider this extreme example, suppose you wanted to simulate a coin toss, returning either 0 or 1. You might do this:

isHeads = ( rand() % 2 ) == 1;

Looks harmless enough, right? Suppose that RAND_MAX is only 3. It's much higher of course, but the point here is that there's a bias when you use a modulus that doesn't evenly divide RAND_MAX. If you want high quality random numbers, you're going to have a problem.

Consider my example. The possible outcomes are:

rand()  freq. rand() % 2
0       1/3   0
1       1/3   1
2       1/3   0

Hence, "tails" will happen twice as often as "heads"!

Mr. Atwood discusses this matter in this Coding Horror Article

How to count items in JSON object using command line?

A simple solution is to install jshon library :

jshon -l < /tmp/test.json
2

How to remove item from a JavaScript object

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this deletes test.blue

How do you force Visual Studio to regenerate the .designer files for aspx/ascx files?

My experience is that if you want to do like in this article, like stated above.

Your markup file (aspx/ascx) has to include the CodeBehind="MyPage.aspx.cs" attribute or else it won´t work. I blogged about it here.

Installing Apple's Network Link Conditioner Tool

  1. Remove "Network Link Conditioner", open "System Preferences", press CTRL and click the "Network Link Conditioner" icon. Select "Remove".
  2. Restart your computer
  3. Download the dmg "Hardware IO tools" for your XCode version from https://developer.apple.com/download/, you need to be logged in to do this.
  4. Open it and install "Network Link Conditioner"
  5. Restart your computer one last time.

Getting input values from text box

you have multiple elements with the same id. That is a big no-no. Make sure your inputs have unique ids.

<td id="pass"><label>Password</label></td>
<tr>
   <td colspan="2"><input class="textBox" id="pass" type="text" maxlength="30" required/></td>
</tr>

see, both the td and the input share the id value pass.

How to increase size of DOSBox window?

Here's how to change the dosbox.conf file in Linux to increase the size of the window. I actually DID what follows, so I can say it works (in 32-bit PCLinuxOS fullmontyKDE, anyway). The question's answer is in the .conf file itself.

You find this file in Linux at /home/(username)/.dosbox . In Konqueror or Dolphin, you must first check 'Hidden files' or you won't see the folder. Open it with KWrite superuser or your fav editor.

  1. Save the file with another name like 'dosbox-0.74original.conf' to preserve the original file in case you need to restore it.
  2. Search on 'resolution' and carefully read what the conf file says about changing it. There are essentially two variables: resolution and output. You want to leave fullresolution alone for now. Your question was about WINDOW, not full. So look for windowresolution, see what the comments in conf file say you can do. The best suggestion is to use a bigger-window resolution like 900x800 (which is what I used on a 1366x768 screen), but NOT the actual resolution of your machine (which would make the window fullscreen, and you said you didn't want that). Be specific, replacing the 'windowresolution=original' with 'windowresolution=900x800' or other dimensions. On my screen, that doubled the window size just as it does with the max Font tab in Windows Properties (for the exe file; as you'll see below the ==== marks, 32-bit Windows doesn't need Dosbox).

Then, search on 'output', and as the instruction in the conf file warns, if and only if you have 'hardware scaling', change the default 'output=surface' to something else; he then lists the optional other settings. I changed it to 'output=overlay'. There's one other setting to test: aspect. Search the file for 'aspect', and change the 'false' to 'true' if you want an even bigger window. When I did this, the window took up over half of the screen. With 'false' left alone, I had a somewhat smaller window (I use widescreen monitors, whether laptop or desktop, maybe that's why).

So after you've made the changes, save the file with the original name of dosbox-0.74.conf . Then, type dosbox at the command line or create a Launcher (in KDE, this is a right click on the desktop) with the command dosbox. You still have to go through the mount command (i.e., mount c~ c:\123 if that's the location and file you'll execute). I'm sure there's a way to make a script, but haven't yet learned how to do that.

basic authorization command for curl

Background

You can use the base64 CLI tool to generate the base64 encoded version of your username + password like this:

$ echo -n "joeuser:secretpass" | base64
am9ldXNlcjpzZWNyZXRwYXNz

-or-

$ base64 <<<"joeuser:secretpass"
am9ldXNlcjpzZWNyZXRwYXNzCg==

Base64 is reversible so you can also decode it to confirm like this:

$ echo -n "joeuser:secretpass" | base64 | base64 -D
joeuser:secretpass

-or-

$ base64 <<<"joeuser:secretpass" | base64 -D
joeuser:secretpass

NOTE: username = joeuser, password = secretpass

Example #1 - using -H

You can put this together into curl like this:

$ curl -H "Authorization: Basic $(base64 <<<"joeuser:secretpass")" http://example.com

Example #2 - using -u

Most will likely agree that if you're going to bother doing this, then you might as well just use curl's -u option.

$ curl --help |grep -- "--user "
 -u, --user USER[:PASSWORD]  Server user and password

For example:

$ curl -u someuser:secretpass http://example.com

But you can do this in a semi-safer manner if you keep your credentials in a encrypted vault service such as LastPass or Pass.

For example, here I'm using the LastPass' CLI tool, lpass, to retrieve my credentials:

$ curl -u $(lpass show --username example.com):$(lpass show --password example.com) \
     http://example.com

Example #3 - using curl config

There's an even safer way to hand your credentials off to curl though. This method makes use of the -K switch.

$ curl -X GET -K \
    <(cat <<<"user = \"$(lpass show --username example.com):$(lpass show --password example.com)\"") \
    http://example.com

When used, your details remain hidden, since they're passed to curl via a temporary file descriptor, for example:

+ curl -skK /dev/fd/63 -XGET -H 'Content-Type: application/json' https://es-data-01a.example.com:9200/_cat/health
++ cat
+++ lpass show --username example.com
+++ lpass show --password example.com
1561075296 00:01:36 rdu-es-01 green 9 6 2171 1085 0 0 0 0 - 100.0%       

NOTE: Above I'm communicating with one of our Elasticsearch nodes, inquiring about the cluster's health.

This method is dynamically creating a file with the contents user = "<username>:<password>" and giving that to curl.

HTTP Basic Authorization

The methods shown above are facilitating a feature known as Basic Authorization that's part of the HTTP standard.

When the user agent wants to send authentication credentials to the server, it may use the Authorization field.

The Authorization field is constructed as follows:

  1. The username and password are combined with a single colon (:). This means that the username itself cannot contain a colon.
  2. The resulting string is encoded into an octet sequence. The character set to use for this encoding is by default unspecified, as long as it is compatible with US-ASCII, but the server may suggest use of UTF-8 by sending the charset parameter.
  3. The resulting string is encoded using a variant of Base64.
  4. The authorization method and a space (e.g. "Basic ") is then prepended to the encoded string.

For example, if the browser uses Aladdin as the username and OpenSesame as the password, then the field's value is the base64-encoding of Aladdin:OpenSesame, or QWxhZGRpbjpPcGVuU2VzYW1l. Then the Authorization header will appear as:

Authorization: Basic QWxhZGRpbjpPcGVuU2VzYW1l

Source: Basic access authentication