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Error resolving template "index", template might not exist or might not be accessible by any of the configured Template Resolvers

It May be due to some exceptions like (Parsing NUMERIC to String or vise versa).

Please verify cell values either are null or do handle Exception and see.

Best, Shahid

How to override and extend basic Django admin templates?

I agree with Chris Pratt. But I think it's better to create the symlink to original Django folder where the admin templates place in:

ln -s /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/django/contrib/admin/templates/admin/ templates/django_admin

and as you can see it depends on python version and the folder where the Django installed. So in future or on a production server you might need to change the path.

where is gacutil.exe?

You can use the version in Windows SDK but sometimes it might not be the same version of the .NET Framework your using, getting you the following error:

Microsoft (R) .NET Global Assembly Cache Utility. Version 3.5.21022.8 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Failure adding assembly to the cache: This assembly is built by a runtime newer than the currently loaded runtime and cannot be loaded.

In .NET 4.0 you'll need to search inside Microsoft SDK v8.0A, e.g.: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v8.0A\bin\NETFX 4.0 Tools (in my case I only have the 32 bit version installed by Visual Studio 2012).

What is the time complexity of indexing, inserting and removing from common data structures?

Red-Black trees:

  • Insert - O(log n)
  • Retrieve - O(log n)
  • Delete - O(log n)

How to iterate object keys using *ngFor

If you are using a map() operator on your response,you could maybe chain a toArray() operator to it...then you should be able to iterate through newly created array...at least that worked for me :)

Convert pandas timezone-aware DateTimeIndex to naive timestamp, but in certain timezone

Setting the tz attribute of the index explicitly seems to work:

ts_utc = ts.tz_convert("UTC")
ts_utc.index.tz = None

How to elegantly check if a number is within a range?

If you want to write more code than a simple if, maybe you can: Create a Extension Method called IsBetween

public static class NumberExtensionMethods
{
    public static bool IsBetween(this long value, long Min, long Max)
    {
        // return (value >= Min && value <= Max);
        if (value >= Min && value <= Max) return true;
        else return false;
    }
}

...

// Checks if this number is between 1 and 100.
long MyNumber = 99;
MessageBox.Show(MyNumber.IsBetween(1, 100).ToString());

Addendum: it's worth noting that in practice you very rarely "just check for equality" (or <, >) in a codebase. (Other than in the most trivial situations.) Purely as an example, any game programmer would use categories something like the following in every project, as a basic matter. Note that in this example it (happens to be) using a function (Mathf.Approximately) which is built in to that environment; in practice you typically have to carefully develop your own concepts of what comparisons means for computer representations of real numbers, for the type of situation you are engineering. (Don't even mention that if you're doing something like, perhaps a controller, a PID controller or the like, the whole issue becomes central and very difficult, it becomes the nature of the project.) BY no means is the OP question here a trivial or unimportant question.

private bool FloatLessThan(float a, float b)
    {
    if ( Mathf.Approximately(a,b) ) return false;
    if (a<b) return true;
    return false;
    }

private bool FloatLessThanZero(float a)
    {
    if ( Mathf.Approximately(a,0f) ) return false;
    if (a<0f) return true;
    return false;
    }

private bool FloatLessThanOrEqualToZero(float a)
    {
    if ( Mathf.Approximately(a,0f) ) return true;
    if (a<0f) return true;
    return false;
    }

How to use Lambda in LINQ select statement

You appear to be trying to mix query expression syntax and "normal" lambda expression syntax. You can either use:

IEnumerable<SelectListItem> stores =
        from store in database.Stores
        where store.CompanyID == curCompany.ID
        select new SelectListItem { Value = store.Name, Text = store.ID};
ViewBag.storeSelector = stores;

Or:

IEnumerable<SelectListItem> stores = database.Stores
        .Where(store => store.CompanyID == curCompany.ID)
        .Select(s => new SelectListItem { Value = s.Name, Text = s.ID});
ViewBag.storeSelector = stores;

You can't mix the two like you're trying to.

FIX CSS <!--[if lt IE 8]> in IE

[if lt IE 8] means "if lower than IE8" - and thats why it isn't working in IE8.

wahat you want is [if lte IE 8] which means "if lower than or equal IE8".

Make iframe automatically adjust height according to the contents without using scrollbar?

This works for me (also with multiple iframes on one page):

$('iframe').load(function(){$(this).height($(this).contents().outerHeight());});

Resize external website content to fit iFrame width

What you can do is set specific width and height to your iframe (for example these could be equal to your window dimensions) and then applying a scale transformation to it. The scale value will be the ratio between your window width and the dimension you wanted to set to your iframe.

E.g.

<iframe width="1024" height="768" src="http://www.bbc.com" style="-webkit-transform:scale(0.5);-moz-transform-scale(0.5);"></iframe>

How do you iterate through every file/directory recursively in standard C++?

If using the Win32 API you can use the FindFirstFile and FindNextFile functions.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa365200(VS.85).aspx

For recursive traversal of directories you must inspect each WIN32_FIND_DATA.dwFileAttributes to check if the FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY bit is set. If the bit is set then you can recursively call the function with that directory. Alternatively you can use a stack for providing the same effect of a recursive call but avoiding stack overflow for very long path trees.

#include <windows.h>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <stack>
#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

bool ListFiles(wstring path, wstring mask, vector<wstring>& files) {
    HANDLE hFind = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
    WIN32_FIND_DATA ffd;
    wstring spec;
    stack<wstring> directories;

    directories.push(path);
    files.clear();

    while (!directories.empty()) {
        path = directories.top();
        spec = path + L"\\" + mask;
        directories.pop();

        hFind = FindFirstFile(spec.c_str(), &ffd);
        if (hFind == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)  {
            return false;
        } 

        do {
            if (wcscmp(ffd.cFileName, L".") != 0 && 
                wcscmp(ffd.cFileName, L"..") != 0) {
                if (ffd.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY) {
                    directories.push(path + L"\\" + ffd.cFileName);
                }
                else {
                    files.push_back(path + L"\\" + ffd.cFileName);
                }
            }
        } while (FindNextFile(hFind, &ffd) != 0);

        if (GetLastError() != ERROR_NO_MORE_FILES) {
            FindClose(hFind);
            return false;
        }

        FindClose(hFind);
        hFind = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
    }

    return true;
}

int main(int argc, char* argv[])
{
    vector<wstring> files;

    if (ListFiles(L"F:\\cvsrepos", L"*", files)) {
        for (vector<wstring>::iterator it = files.begin(); 
             it != files.end(); 
             ++it) {
            wcout << it->c_str() << endl;
        }
    }
    return 0;
}

How to generate sample XML documents from their DTD or XSD?

The OpenXSD library mentions that they have support for generating XML instances based on the XSD. Check that out.

How to return an array from a function?

It is not possible to return an array from a C++ function. 8.3.5[dcl.fct]/6:

Functions shall not have a return type of type array or function[...]

Most commonly chosen alternatives are to return a value of class type where that class contains an array, e.g.

struct ArrayHolder
{
    int array[10];
};

ArrayHolder test();

Or to return a pointer to the first element of a statically or dynamically allocated array, the documentation must indicate to the user whether he needs to (and if so how he should) deallocate the array that the returned pointer points to.

E.g.

int* test2()
{
    return new int[10];
}

int* test3()
{
    static int array[10];
    return array;
}

While it is possible to return a reference or a pointer to an array, it's exceedingly rare as it is a more complex syntax with no practical advantage over any of the above methods.

int (&test4())[10]
{
        static int array[10];
        return array;
}

int (*test5())[10]
{
        static int array[10];
        return &array;
}

Multiple simultaneous downloads using Wget?

A new (but yet not released) tool is Mget. It has already many options known from Wget and comes with a library that allows you to easily embed (recursive) downloading into your own application.

To answer your question:

mget --num-threads=4 [url]

UPDATE

Mget is now developed as Wget2 with many bugs fixed and more features (e.g. HTTP/2 support).

--num-threads is now --max-threads.

Mysql Compare two datetime fields

The query you want to show as an example is:

SELECT * FROM temp WHERE mydate > '2009-06-29 16:00:44';

04:00:00 is 4AM, so all the results you're displaying come after that, which is correct.

If you want to show everything after 4PM, you need to use the correct (24hr) notation in your query.

To make things a bit clearer, try this:

SELECT mydate, DATE_FORMAT(mydate, '%r') FROM temp;

That will show you the date, and its 12hr time.

Replace comma with newline in sed on MacOS?

If your sed usage tends to be entirely substitution expressions (as mine tends to be), you can also use perl -pe instead

$ echo 'foo,bar,baz' | perl -pe 's/,/,\n/g'
foo,
bar,
baz

jQuery DataTables: control table width

Add this css class to your page, it will fix the issue:

#<your_table_id> {
    width: inherit !important;
}

Node.js - How to send data from html to express

I'd like to expand on Obertklep's answer. In his example it is an NPM module called body-parser which is doing most of the work. Where he puts req.body.name, I believe he/she is using body-parser to get the contents of the name attribute(s) received when the form is submitted.

If you do not want to use Express, use querystring which is a built-in Node module. See the answers in the link below for an example of how to use querystring.

It might help to look at this answer, which is very similar to your quest.

How to change max_allowed_packet size

One of my junior developers was having a problem modifying this for me so I thought I would expand this in greater detail for linux users:

1) open terminal

2) ssh root@YOURIP

3) enter root password

4) nano /etc/mysql/my.cnf (if command is not recognized do this first or try vi then repeat: yum install nano )

5) add the line: max_allowed_packet=256M (obviously adjust size for whatever you need) under the [MYSQLD] section. He made a mistake of putting it at the bottom of the file first so it did not work.

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6) Control + O (save) then ENTER (confirm) then Control + X (exit file)

7) service mysqld restart

8) You can check the change in the variables section on phpmyadmin

Clear text in EditText when entered

Very Simple to clear editText values.when u click button then only follow 1 line code.

Inside button or anywhere u want.Only use this

editText.setText("");   

Integer value in TextView

Alternative approach:

 TextView tv = new TextView(this);
 tv.setText(Integer.toString(integer));

Insert HTML from CSS

This can be done. For example with Firefox

CSS

#hlinks {
  -moz-binding: url(stackexchange.xml#hlinks);
}

stackexchange.xml

<bindings xmlns="http://www.mozilla.org/xbl"
  xmlns:html="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
  <binding id="hlinks">
    <content>
      <children/>
      <html:a href="/privileges">privileges</html:a>
      <html:span class="lsep"> | </html:span>
      <html:a href="/users/logout">log out</html:a>
    </content>
  </binding>
</bindings>

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What is JavaScript garbage collection?

Reference types do not store the object directly into the variable to which it is assigned, so the object variable in the example below, doesn’t actually contain the object instance. Instead, it holds a pointer (or reference) to the location in memory, where the object exists.

var object = new Object();

if you assign one reference typed variable to another, each variable gets a copy of the pointer, and both still reference to the same object in memory.

var object1 = new Object();
var object2 = object1;

Two variables pointing to one object

JavaScript is a garbage-collected language, so you don’t really need to worry about memory allocations when you use reference types. However, it’s best to dereference objects that you no longer need so that the garbage collector can free up that memory. The best way to do this is to set the object variable to null.

var object1 = new Object();
// do something
object1 = null; // dereference

Dereferencing objects is especially important in very large applications that use millions of objects.

from The Principles of Object-Oriented JavaScript - NICHOLAS C. ZAKAS

Getting path relative to the current working directory?

public string MakeRelativePath(string workingDirectory, string fullPath)
{
    string result = string.Empty;
    int offset;

    // this is the easy case.  The file is inside of the working directory.
    if( fullPath.StartsWith(workingDirectory) )
    {
        return fullPath.Substring(workingDirectory.Length + 1);
    }

    // the hard case has to back out of the working directory
    string[] baseDirs = workingDirectory.Split(new char[] { ':', '\\', '/' });
    string[] fileDirs = fullPath.Split(new char[] { ':', '\\', '/' });

    // if we failed to split (empty strings?) or the drive letter does not match
    if( baseDirs.Length <= 0 || fileDirs.Length <= 0 || baseDirs[0] != fileDirs[0] )
    {
        // can't create a relative path between separate harddrives/partitions.
        return fullPath;
    }

    // skip all leading directories that match
    for (offset = 1; offset < baseDirs.Length; offset++)
    {
        if (baseDirs[offset] != fileDirs[offset])
            break;
    }

    // back out of the working directory
    for (int i = 0; i < (baseDirs.Length - offset); i++)
    {
        result += "..\\";
    }

    // step into the file path
    for (int i = offset; i < fileDirs.Length-1; i++)
    {
        result += fileDirs[i] + "\\";
    }

    // append the file
    result += fileDirs[fileDirs.Length - 1];

    return result;
}

This code is probably not bullet-proof but this is what I came up with. It's a little more robust. It takes two paths and returns path B as relative to path A.

example:

MakeRelativePath("c:\\dev\\foo\\bar", "c:\\dev\\junk\\readme.txt")
//returns: "..\\..\\junk\\readme.txt"

MakeRelativePath("c:\\dev\\foo\\bar", "c:\\dev\\foo\\bar\\docs\\readme.txt")
//returns: "docs\\readme.txt"

How to hide UINavigationBar 1px bottom line

The problem with setting a background image is it removes blurring. You can remove it without setting a background image. See my answer here.

Understanding Spring @Autowired usage

TL;DR

The @Autowired annotation spares you the need to do the wiring by yourself in the XML file (or any other way) and just finds for you what needs to be injected where and does that for you.

Full explanation

The @Autowired annotation allows you to skip configurations elsewhere of what to inject and just does it for you. Assuming your package is com.mycompany.movies you have to put this tag in your XML (application context file):

<context:component-scan base-package="com.mycompany.movies" />

This tag will do an auto-scanning. Assuming each class that has to become a bean is annotated with a correct annotation like @Component (for simple bean) or @Controller (for a servlet control) or @Repository (for DAO classes) and these classes are somewhere under the package com.mycompany.movies, Spring will find all of these and create a bean for each one. This is done in 2 scans of the classes - the first time it just searches for classes that need to become a bean and maps the injections it needs to be doing, and on the second scan it injects the beans. Of course, you can define your beans in the more traditional XML file or with an @Configuration class (or any combination of the three).

The @Autowired annotation tells Spring where an injection needs to occur. If you put it on a method setMovieFinder it understands (by the prefix set + the @Autowired annotation) that a bean needs to be injected. In the second scan, Spring searches for a bean of type MovieFinder, and if it finds such bean, it injects it to this method. If it finds two such beans you will get an Exception. To avoid the Exception, you can use the @Qualifier annotation and tell it which of the two beans to inject in the following manner:

@Qualifier("redBean")
class Red implements Color {
   // Class code here
}

@Qualifier("blueBean")
class Blue implements Color {
   // Class code here
}

Or if you prefer to declare the beans in your XML, it would look something like this:

<bean id="redBean" class="com.mycompany.movies.Red"/>

<bean id="blueBean" class="com.mycompany.movies.Blue"/>

In the @Autowired declaration, you need to also add the @Qualifier to tell which of the two color beans to inject:

@Autowired
@Qualifier("redBean")
public void setColor(Color color) {
  this.color = color;
}

If you don't want to use two annotations (the @Autowired and @Qualifier) you can use @Resource to combine these two:

@Resource(name="redBean")
public void setColor(Color color) {
  this.color = color;
}

The @Resource (you can read some extra data about it in the first comment on this answer) spares you the use of two annotations and instead, you only use one.

I'll just add two more comments:

  1. Good practice would be to use @Inject instead of @Autowired because it is not Spring-specific and is part of the JSR-330 standard.
  2. Another good practice would be to put the @Inject / @Autowired on a constructor instead of a method. If you put it on a constructor, you can validate that the injected beans are not null and fail fast when you try to start the application and avoid a NullPointerException when you need to actually use the bean.

Update: To complete the picture, I created a new question about the @Configuration class.

Git : fatal: Could not read from remote repository. Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists

Sometimes this happens to me because of network problems. I don't understand the problem fully, but switching to a different sub-network or using VPN solves it

how to loop through each row of dataFrame in pyspark

Give A Try Like this

    result = spark.createDataFrame([('SpeciesId','int'), ('SpeciesName','string')],["col_name", "data_type"]); 
    for f in result.collect(): 
        print (f.col_name)

Difference between WebStorm and PHPStorm

PhpStorm supports all the features of WebStorm but some are not bundled so you might need to install the corresponding plugin for some framework via Settings > Plugins > Install JetBrains Plugin.

Official comment - jetbrains.com

Android Fragment handle back button press

We created tiny library for handling back press across multiple fragments and/or in Activity. Usage is as simple as adding dependency in your gradle file:

compile 'net.skoumal.fragmentback:fragment-back:0.1.0'

Let your fragment implement BackFragment interface:

public abstract class MyFragment extends Fragment implements BackFragment {

    public boolean onBackPressed() {

        // -- your code --

        // return true if you want to consume back-pressed event
        return false;
    }

    public int getBackPriority() {
        return NORMAL_BACK_PRIORITY;
    }
}

Notify your fragments about back presses:

public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {

    @Override
    public void onBackPressed() {
        // first ask your fragments to handle back-pressed event
        if(!BackFragmentHelper.fireOnBackPressedEvent(this)) {
            // lets do the default back action if fragments don't consume it
            super.onBackPressed();
        }
    }
}

For more details and other use-cases visit GitHub page:

https://github.com/skoumalcz/fragment-back

How to change position of Toast in Android?

Toast toast = Toast.makeText(this, "Custom toast creation", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT);
    toast.setGravity(Gravity.BOTTOM | Gravity.RIGHT,0,0);
    toast.show();

How do I access command line arguments in Python?

import sys

sys.argv[1:]

will give you a list of arguments (not including the name of the python file)

Could not find default endpoint element

When you are adding a service reference

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beware of namespace you are typing in:

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You should append it to the name of your interface:

<client>
  <endpoint address="http://192.168.100.87:7001/soap/IMySOAPWebService"
            binding="basicHttpBinding" 
            contract="MyNamespace.IMySOAPWebService" />
</client>

Is there a JavaScript strcmp()?

What about

str1.localeCompare(str2)

Swift 3 - Comparing Date objects

   var strDateValidate = ""
            let dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
            dateFormatter.dateFormat = "yyyy-MM-dd"

            let firstDate = dateFormatter.date(from:lblStartTime.text!)
            let secondDate = dateFormatter.date(from:lblEndTime.text!)

            if firstDate?.compare(secondDate!) == .orderedSame || firstDate?.compare(secondDate!) == .orderedAscending {
                print("Both dates are same or first is less than scecond")
                strDateValidate = "yes"
            }
            else
            {
                //second date is bigger than first
                strDateValidate = "no"
            }

            if strDateValidate == "no"
            {
                alertView(message: "Start date and end date for a booking must be equal or Start date must be smaller than the end date", controller: self)
            }

Convert all data frame character columns to factors

I noticed "[" indexing columns fails to create levels when iterating:

for ( a_feature in convert.to.factors) {
feature.df[a_feature] <- factor(feature.df[a_feature]) }

It creates, e.g. for the "Status" column:

Status : Factor w/ 1 level "c(\"Success\", \"Fail\")" : NA NA NA ...

Which is remedied by using "[[" indexing:

for ( a_feature in convert.to.factors) {
feature.df[[a_feature]] <- factor(feature.df[[a_feature]]) }

Giving instead, as desired:

. Status : Factor w/ 2 levels "Success", "Fail" : 1 1 2 1 ...

How to Consume WCF Service with Android

If I were doing this I would probably use WCF REST on the server and a REST library on the Java/Android client.

Pass Method as Parameter using C#

You should use a Func<string, int> delegate, that represents a function taking a string argument and returning an int value:

public bool RunTheMethod(Func<string, int> myMethod)
{
    // Do stuff
    myMethod.Invoke("My String");
    // Do stuff
    return true;
}

Then invoke it this way:

public bool Test()
{
    return RunTheMethod(Method1);
}

Select rows from a data frame based on values in a vector

Similar to above, using filter from dplyr:

filter(df, fct %in% vc)

WPF: simple TextBox data binding

Your Window is not implementing the necessary data binding notifications that the grid requires to use it as a data source, namely the INotifyPropertyChanged interface.

Your "Name2" string needs also to be a property and not a public variable, as data binding is for use with properties.

Implementing the necessary interfaces for using an object as a data source can be found here.

How to import an existing X.509 certificate and private key in Java keystore to use in SSL?

Previous answers point out correctly that you can only do this with the standard JDK tools by converting the JKS file into PKCS #12 format first. If you're interested, I put together a compact utility to import OpenSSL-derived keys into a JKS-formatted keystore without having to convert the keystore to PKCS #12 first: http://commandlinefanatic.com/cgi-bin/showarticle.cgi?article=art049

You would use the linked utility like this:

$ openssl req -x509 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout localhost.key -out localhost.csr -subj "/CN=localhost"

(sign the CSR, get back localhost.cer)

$ openssl rsa -in localhost.key -out localhost.rsa
Enter pass phrase for localhost.key:
writing RSA key
$ java -classpath . KeyImport -keyFile localhost.rsa -alias localhost -certificateFile localhost.cer -keystore localhost.jks -keystorePassword changeit -keystoreType JKS -keyPassword changeit

Neither user 10102 nor current process has android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE

On Android >=6.0, We have to request permission runtime.

Step1: add in AndroidManifest.xml file

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE"/>

Step2: Request permission.

int permissionCheck = ContextCompat.checkSelfPermission(this, Manifest.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE);

if (permissionCheck != PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED) {
    ActivityCompat.requestPermissions(this, new String[]{Manifest.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE}, REQUEST_READ_PHONE_STATE);
} else {
    //TODO
}

Step3: Handle callback when you request permission.

@Override
public void onRequestPermissionsResult(int requestCode, String permissions[], int[] grantResults) {
    switch (requestCode) {
        case REQUEST_READ_PHONE_STATE:
            if ((grantResults.length > 0) && (grantResults[0] == PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED)) {
                //TODO
            }
            break;

        default:
            break;
    }
}

Edit: Read official guide here Requesting Permissions at Run Time

How do I use a Boolean in Python?

Booleans in python are subclass of integer. Constructor of booleans is bool. bool class inherits from int class.

 issubclass(bool,int) // will return True
 isinstance(True,bool) , isinstance(False,bool) //they both True

True and False are singleton objects. they will retain same memory address throughout the lifetime of your app. When you type True, python memory manager will check its address and will pull the value '1'. for False its value is '0'.

Comparisons of any boolean expression to True or False can be performed using either is (identity) or == (equality) operator.

int(True) == 1
int(False) == 0

But note that True and '1' are not the same objects. You can check:

 id(True) == id(1) // will return False

you can also easily see that

  True > False // returns true cause 1>0

any integer operation can work with the booleans.

  True + True + True =3 

All objects in python have an associated truth value. Every object has True value except:

  • None

  • False

  • 0 in any numeric type (0,0.0,0+0j etc)

  • empty sequences (list, tuple, string)

  • empty mapping types (dictionary, set, etc)

  • custom classes that implement __bool__ or __len__ method that returns False or 0.

every class in python has truth values defined by a special instance method:

 __bool__(self)   OR
 __len__

When you call bool(x) python will actually execute

 x.__bool__() 

if instance x does not have this method, then it will execute

 x.__len__()

if this does not exist, by default value is True.

For Example for int class we can define bool as below:

  def __bool__(self):
      return self != 0

for bool(100), 100 !=0 will return True. So

bool(100) == True

you can easily check that bool(0) will be False. with this for instances of int class only 0 will return False.

another example= bool([1,2,3])

[1,2,3] has no __bool__() method defined but it has __len__() and since its length is greater than 0, it will return True. Now you can see why empty lists return False.

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

Code coverage is great, but functionality coverage is even better. I don't believe in covering every single line I write. But I do believe in writing 100% test coverage of all the functionality I want to provide (even for the extra cool features I came with myself and which were not discussed during the meetings).

I don't care if I would have code which is not covered in tests, but I would care if I would refactor my code and end up having a different behaviour. Therefore, 100% functionality coverage is my only target.

Pushing empty commits to remote

Is there any disadvantages/consequences of pushing empty commits?

Aside from the extreme confusion someone might get as to why there's a bunch of commits with no content in them on master, not really.

You can change the commit that you pushed to remote, but the sha1 of the commit (basically it's id number) will change permanently, which alters the source tree -- You'd then have to do a git push -f back to remote.

Is there a job scheduler library for node.js?

Both node-schedule and node-cron we can use to implement cron-based schedullers.

NOTE : for generating cron expressions , you can use this cron_maker

How to extract numbers from a string and get an array of ints?

Pattern p = Pattern.compile("[0-9]+");
Matcher m = p.matcher(myString);
while (m.find()) {
    int n = Integer.parseInt(m.group());
    // append n to list
}
// convert list to array, etc

You can actually replace [0-9] with \d, but that involves double backslash escaping, which makes it harder to read.

Using `date` command to get previous, current and next month

the following will do:

date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) -1 month" +%-m
date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) 0 month" +%-m
date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) 1 month" +%-m

or as you need:

LAST_MONTH=`date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) -1 month" +%-m`
NEXT_MONTH=`date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) 1 month" +%-m`
THIS_MONTH=`date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) 0 month" +%-m`

you asked for output like 9,10,11, so I used the %-m

%m (without -) will produce output like 09,... (leading zero)

this also works for more/less than 12 months:

date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) -13 month" +%-m

just try

date -d "$(date +%Y-%m-1) -13 month"

to see full result

Popup window in winform c#

Just create another form (let's call it formPopup) using Visual Studio. In a button handler write the following code:

var formPopup = new Form();
formPopup.Show(this); // if you need non-modal window

If you need a non-modal window use: formPopup.Show();. If you need a dialog (so your code will hang on this invocation until you close the opened form) use: formPopup.ShowDialog()

How to create an android app using HTML 5

Here is a starting point for developing Android apps with HTML5. The HTML code will be stored in the "assets/www" folder in your Android project.

https://github.com/jakewp11/HTML5_Android_Template.git

Set iframe content height to auto resize dynamically

In the iframe: So that means you have to add some code in the iframe page. Simply add this script to your code IN THE IFRAME:

<body onload="parent.alertsize(document.body.scrollHeight);">

In the holding page: In the page holding the iframe (in my case with ID="myiframe") add a small javascript:

<script>
function alertsize(pixels){
    pixels+=32;
    document.getElementById('myiframe').style.height=pixels+"px";
}
</script>

What happens now is that when the iframe is loaded it triggers a javascript in the parent window, which in this case is the page holding the iframe.

To that JavaScript function it sends how many pixels its (iframe) height is.

The parent window takes the number, adds 32 to it to avoid scrollbars, and sets the iframe height to the new number.

That's it, nothing else is needed.


But if you like to know some more small tricks keep on reading...

DYNAMIC HEIGHT IN THE IFRAME? If you like me like to toggle content the iframe height will change (without the page reloading and triggering the onload). I usually add a very simple toggle script I found online:

<script>
function toggle(obj) {
    var el = document.getElementById(obj);
    if ( el.style.display != 'block' ) el.style.display = 'block';
    else el.style.display = 'none';
}
</script>

to that script just add:

<script>
function toggle(obj) {
    var el = document.getElementById(obj);
    if ( el.style.display != 'block' ) el.style.display = 'block';
    else el.style.display = 'none';
    parent.alertsize(document.body.scrollHeight); // ADD THIS LINE!
}
</script>

How you use the above script is easy:

<a href="javascript:toggle('moreheight')">toggle height?</a><br />
<div style="display:none;" id="moreheight">
more height!<br />
more height!<br />
more height!<br />
</div>

For those that like to just cut and paste and go from there here is the two pages. In my case I had them in the same folder, but it should work cross domain too (I think...)

Complete holding page code:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<title>THE IFRAME HOLDER</title>
<script>
function alertsize(pixels){
    pixels+=32;
    document.getElementById('myiframe').style.height=pixels+"px";
}
</script>
</head>

<body style="background:silver;">
<iframe src='theiframe.htm' style='width:458px;background:white;' frameborder='0' id="myiframe" scrolling="auto"></iframe>
</body>
</html>

Complete iframe code: (this iframe named "theiframe.htm")

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<title>IFRAME CONTENT</title>
<script>
function toggle(obj) {
    var el = document.getElementById(obj);
    if ( el.style.display != 'block' ) el.style.display = 'block';
    else el.style.display = 'none';
    parent.alertsize(document.body.scrollHeight);
}
</script>
</head>

<body onload="parent.alertsize(document.body.scrollHeight);">
<a href="javascript:toggle('moreheight')">toggle height?</a><br />
<div style="display:none;" id="moreheight">
more height!<br />
more height!<br />
more height!<br />
</div>
text<br />
text<br />
text<br />
text<br />
text<br />
text<br />
text<br />
text<br />
THE END

</body>
</html>

Demo

How to insert DECIMAL into MySQL database

Yes, 4,2 means "4 digits total, 2 of which are after the decimal place". That translates to a number in the format of 00.00. Beyond that, you'll have to show us your SQL query. PHP won't translate 3.80 into 99.99 without good reason. Perhaps you've misaligned your fields/values in the query and are trying to insert a larger number that belongs in another field.

How to inspect Javascript Objects

Here is my object inspector that is more readable. Because the code takes to long to write down here you can download it at http://etto-aa-js.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/inspector.js

Use like this :

document.write(inspect(object));

Linear regression with matplotlib / numpy

arange generates lists (well, numpy arrays); type help(np.arange) for the details. You don't need to call it on existing lists.

>>> x = [1,2,3,4]
>>> y = [3,5,7,9] 
>>> 
>>> m,b = np.polyfit(x, y, 1)
>>> m
2.0000000000000009
>>> b
0.99999999999999833

I should add that I tend to use poly1d here rather than write out "m*x+b" and the higher-order equivalents, so my version of your code would look something like this:

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

x = [1,2,3,4]
y = [3,5,7,10] # 10, not 9, so the fit isn't perfect

coef = np.polyfit(x,y,1)
poly1d_fn = np.poly1d(coef) 
# poly1d_fn is now a function which takes in x and returns an estimate for y

plt.plot(x,y, 'yo', x, poly1d_fn(x), '--k')
plt.xlim(0, 5)
plt.ylim(0, 12)

enter image description here

MySQL: ignore errors when importing?

Use the --force (-f) flag on your mysql import. Rather than stopping on the offending statement, MySQL will continue and just log the errors to the console.

For example:

mysql -u userName -p -f -D dbName < script.sql

In Bootstrap open Enlarge image in modal

So I have put together a very rough modal in jsfiddle for you to take hints from.

JSFiddle

$("#pop").on("click", function(e) {
  // e.preventDefault() this is stopping the redirect to the image its self
  e.preventDefault();
  // #the-modal is the img tag that I use as the modal.
  $('#the-modal').modal('toggle');
});

The part that you are missing is the hidden modal that you want to display when the link is clicked. In the example I used a second image as the modal and added the Bootstap classes.

Shell script - remove first and last quote (") from a variable

If you're using jq and trying to remove the quotes from the result, the other answers will work, but there's a better way. By using the -r option, you can output the result with no quotes.

$ echo '{"foo": "bar"}' | jq '.foo'
"bar"

$ echo '{"foo": "bar"}' | jq -r '.foo'
bar

Regular Expression usage with ls

You are confusing regular expression with shell globbing. If you want to use regular expression to match file names you could do:

$ ls | egrep '.+\..+'

android: how to change layout on button click?

I think what you're trying to do should be done with multiple Activities. If you're learning Android, understanding Activities is something you're going to have to tackle. Trying to write a whole app with just one Activity will end up being a lot more difficult. Read this article to get yourself started, then you should end up with something more like this:

View.OnClickListener handler = new View.OnClickListener(){
    public void onClick(View v) {

        switch (v.getId()) {

            case R.id.DownloadView: 
                // doStuff
                startActivity(new Intent(ThisActivity.this, DownloadActivity.class));
                break;
            case R.id.AppView: 
                // doStuff
                startActivity(new Intent(ThisActivity.this, AppActivity.class));
                break;
        }
    }
};

findViewById(R.id.DownloadView).setOnClickListener(handler);
findViewById(R.id.AppView).setOnClickListener(handler);

Invoke a second script with arguments from a script

Invoke-Expression should work perfectly, just make sure you are using it correctly. For your case it should look like this:

Invoke-Expression "$scriptPath $argumentList"

I tested this approach with Get-Service and seems to be working as expected.

Why doesn't JavaScript have a last method?

Yeah, or just:

var arr = [1, 2, 5];
arr.reverse()[0]

if you want the value, and not a new list.

How to see remote tags?

Even without cloning or fetching, you can check the list of tags on the upstream repo with git ls-remote:

git ls-remote --tags /url/to/upstream/repo

(as illustrated in "When listing git-ls-remote why there's “^{}” after the tag name?")

xbmono illustrates in the comments that quotes are needed:

git ls-remote --tags /some/url/to/repo "refs/tags/MyTag^{}"

Note that you can always push your commits and tags in one command with (git 1.8.3+, April 2013):

git push --follow-tags

See Push git commits & tags simultaneously.


Regarding Atlassian SourceTree specifically:

Note that, from this thread, SourceTree ONLY shows local tags.

There is an RFE (Request for Enhancement) logged in SRCTREEWIN-4015 since Dec. 2015.

A simple workaround:

see a list of only unpushed tags?

git push --tags

or check the "Push all tags" box on the "Push" dialog box, all tags will be pushed to your remote.

https://community.atlassian.com/tnckb94959/attachments/tnckb94959/sourcetree-questions/10923/1/Screen%20Shot%202015-12-15%20at%208.49.48%20AM.png

That way, you will be "sure that they are present in remote so that other developers can pull them".

How to map an array of objects in React

@FurkanO has provided the right approach. Though to go for a more cleaner approach (es6 way) you can do something like this

[{
    name: 'Sam',
    email: '[email protected]'
 },
 {
    name: 'Ash',
    email: '[email protected]'
 }
].map( ( {name, email} ) => {
    return <p key={email}>{name} - {email}</p>
})

Cheers!

What are native methods in Java and where should they be used?

Java native code necessities:

  • h/w access and control.
  • use of commercial s/w and system services[h/w related].
  • use of legacy s/w that hasn't or cannot be ported to Java.
  • Using native code to perform time-critical tasks.

hope these points answers your question :)

error_log per Virtual Host?

My Apache had something like this in httpd.conf. Just change the ErrorLog and CustomLog settings

<VirtualHost myvhost:80>
    ServerAdmin [email protected]
    DocumentRoot /opt/web
    ServerName myvhost
    ErrorLog logs/myvhost-error_log
    CustomLog logs/myvhost-access_log common
</VirtualHost>

Setting environment variables in Linux using Bash

I think you're looking for export - though I could be wrong.. I've never played with tcsh before. Use the following syntax:

export VARIABLE=value

Get column from a two dimensional array

var data = [
    ["a1", "a2", "a3"],
    ["b1", "b2", "b3"],
    ["c1", "c2", "c3"]
];

var col0 = data.map(d => d[0]); // [ 'a1', 'b1', 'c1' ]

var col1 = data.map(d => d[1]); // [ 'a2', 'b2', 'c2' ]

How to read from a text file using VBScript?

Use first the method OpenTextFile, and then...

either read the file at once with the method ReadAll:

Set file = fso.OpenTextFile("C:\test.txt", 1)
content = file.ReadAll

or line by line with the method ReadLine:

Set dict = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
Set file = fso.OpenTextFile ("c:\test.txt", 1)
row = 0
Do Until file.AtEndOfStream
  line = file.Readline
  dict.Add row, line
  row = row + 1
Loop

file.Close

'Loop over it
For Each line in dict.Items
  WScript.Echo line
Next

How to send a model in jQuery $.ajax() post request to MVC controller method

I think you need to explicitly pass the data attribute. One way to do this is to use the data = $('#your-form-id').serialize();

This post may be helpful. Post with jquery and ajax

Have a look at the doc here.. Ajax serialize

Best way to include CSS? Why use @import?

I experienced a "high peak" of linked stylesheets you can add. While adding any number of linked Javascript wasn't a problem for my free host provider, after doubling number of external stylesheets I got a crash/slow down. And the right code example is:

@import 'stylesheetB.css';

So, I find it useful for having a good mental map, as Nitram mentioned, while still at hard-coding the design. Godspeed. And I pardon for English grammatical mistakes, if any.

How to use type: "POST" in jsonp ajax call

If you just want to do a form POST to your own site using $.ajax() (for example, to emulate an AJAX experience), then you can use the jQuery Form Plugin. However, if you need to do a form POST to a different domain, or to your own domain but using a different protocol (a non-secure http: page posting to a secure https: page), then you'll come upon cross-domain scripting restrictions that you won't be able to resolve with jQuery alone (more info). In such cases, you'll need to bring out the big guns: YQL. Put plainly, YQL is a web scraping language with a SQL-like syntax that allows you to query the entire internet as one large table. As it stands now, in my humble opinion YQL is the only [easy] way to go if you want to do cross-domain form POSTing using client-side JavaScript.

More specifically, you'll need to use YQL's Open Data Table containing an Execute block to make this happen. For a good summary on how to do this, you can read the article "Scraping HTML documents that require POST data with YQL". Luckily for us, YQL guru Christian Heilmann has already created an Open Data Table that handles POST data. You can play around with Christian's "htmlpost" table on the YQL Console. Here's a breakdown of the YQL syntax:

  • select * - select all columns, similar to SQL, but in this case the columns are XML elements or JSON objects returned by the query. In the context of scraping web pages, these "columns" generally correspond to HTML elements, so if want to retrieve only the page title, then you would use select head.title.
  • from htmlpost - what table to query; in this case, use the "htmlpost" Open Data Table (you can use your own custom table if this one doesn't suit your needs).
  • url="..." - the form's action URI.
  • postdata="..." - the serialized form data.
  • xpath="..." - the XPath of the nodes you want to include in the response. This acts as the filtering mechanism, so if you want to include only <p> tags then you would use xpath="//p"; to include everything you would use xpath="//*".

Click 'Test' to execute the YQL query. Once you are happy with the results, be sure to (1) click 'JSON' to set the response format to JSON, and (2) uncheck "Diagnostics" to minimize the size of the JSON payload by removing extraneous diagnostics information. The most important bit is the URL at the bottom of the page -- this is the URL you would use in a $.ajax() statement.

Here, I'm going to show you the exact steps to do a cross-domain form POST via a YQL query using this sample form:

<form id="form-post" action="https://www.example.com/add/member" method="post">
  <input type="text" name="firstname">
  <input type="text" name="lastname">
  <button type="button" onclick="doSubmit()">Add Member</button>
</form>

Your JavaScript would look like this:

function doSubmit() {
  $.ajax({
    url: '//query.yahooapis.com/v1/public/yql?q=select%20*%20from%20htmlpost%20where%0Aurl%3D%22' +
         encodeURIComponent($('#form-post').attr('action')) + '%22%20%0Aand%20postdata%3D%22' +
         encodeURIComponent($('#form-post').serialize()) +
         '%22%20and%20xpath%3D%22%2F%2F*%22&format=json&env=store%3A%2F%2Fdatatables.org%2Falltableswithkeys&callback=',
    dataType: 'json', /* Optional - jQuery autodetects this by default */
    success: function(response) {
      console.log(response);
    }
  });
}

The url string is the query URL copied from the YQL Console, except with the form's encoded action URI and serialized input data dynamically inserted.

NOTE: Please be aware of security implications when passing sensitive information over the internet. Ensure the page you are submitting sensitive information from is secure (https:) and using TLS 1.x instead of SSL 3.0.

How can I access global variable inside class in Python

I understand using a global variable is sometimes the most convenient thing to do, especially in cases where usage of class makes the easiest thing so much harder (e.g., multiprocessing). I ran into the same problem with declaring global variables and figured it out with some experiments.

The reason that g_c was not changed by the run function within your class is that the referencing to the global name within g_c was not established precisely within the function. The way Python handles global declaration is in fact quite tricky. The command global g_c has two effects:

  1. Preconditions the entrance of the key "g_c" into the dictionary accessible by the built-in function, globals(). However, the key will not appear in the dictionary until after a value is assigned to it.

  2. (Potentially) alters the way Python looks for the variable g_c within the current method.

The full understanding of (2) is particularly complex. First of all, it only potentially alters, because if no assignment to the name g_c occurs within the method, then Python defaults to searching for it among the globals(). This is actually a fairly common thing, as is the case of referencing within a method modules that are imported all the way at the beginning of the code.

However, if an assignment command occurs anywhere within the method, Python defaults to finding the name g_c within local variables. This is true even when a referencing occurs before an actual assignment, which will lead to the classic error:

UnboundLocalError: local variable 'g_c' referenced before assignment

Now, if the declaration global g_c occurs anywhere within the method, even after any referencing or assignment, then Python defaults to finding the name g_c within global variables. However, if you are feeling experimentative and place the declaration after a reference, you will be rewarded with a warning:

SyntaxWarning: name 'g_c' is used prior to global declaration

If you think about it, the way the global declaration works in Python is clearly woven into and consistent with how Python normally works. It's just when you actually want a global variable to work, the norm becomes annoying.

Here is a code that summarizes what I just said (with a few more observations):

g_c = 0
print ("Initial value of g_c: " + str(g_c))
print("Variable defined outside of method automatically global? "
      + str("g_c" in globals()))

class TestClass():
    def direct_print(self):
        print("Directly printing g_c without declaration or modification: "
              + str(g_c))
        #Without any local reference to the name
        #Python defaults to search for the variable in globals()
        #This of course happens for all the module names you import

    def mod_without_dec(self):
        g_c = 1
        #A local assignment without declaring reference to global variable
        #makes Python default to access local name
        print ("After mod_without_dec, local g_c=" + str(g_c))
        print ("After mod_without_dec, global g_c=" + str(globals()["g_c"]))


    def mod_with_late_dec(self):
        g_c = 2
        #Even with a late declaration, the global variable is accessed
        #However, a syntax warning will be issued
        global g_c
        print ("After mod_with_late_dec, local g_c=" + str(g_c))
        print ("After mod_with_late_dec, global g_c=" + str(globals()["g_c"]))

    def mod_without_dec_error(self):
        try:
            print("This is g_c" + str(g_c))
        except:
            print("Error occured while accessing g_c")
            #If you try to access g_c without declaring it global
            #but within the method you also alter it at some point
            #then Python will not search for the name in globals()
            #!!!!!Even if the assignment command occurs later!!!!!
        g_c = 3

    def sound_practice(self):
        global g_c
        #With correct declaration within the method
        #The local name g_c becomes an alias for globals()["g_c"]
        g_c = 4
        print("In sound_practice, the name g_c points to: " + str(g_c))


t = TestClass()
t.direct_print()
t.mod_without_dec()
t.mod_with_late_dec()
t.mod_without_dec_error()
t.sound_practice()

How to set default font family in React Native?

You can override Text behaviour by adding this in any of your component using Text:

let oldRender = Text.prototype.render;
Text.prototype.render = function (...args) {
    let origin = oldRender.call(this, ...args);
    return React.cloneElement(origin, {
        style: [{color: 'red', fontFamily: 'Arial'}, origin.props.style]
    });
};

Edit: since React Native 0.56, Text.prototypeis not working anymore. You need to remove the .prototype :

let oldRender = Text.render;
Text.render = function (...args) {
    let origin = oldRender.call(this, ...args);
    return React.cloneElement(origin, {
        style: [{color: 'red', fontFamily: 'Arial'}, origin.props.style]
    });
};

String comparison - Android

Your gender == "Male" is actually comparing the object references for the object gender and a different object Male. What you have to use is the .equals() method to compare the value of the objects.

git diff between two different files

I believe using --no-index is what you're looking for:

git diff [<options>] --no-index [--] <path> <path>

as mentioned in the git manual:

This form is to compare the given two paths on the filesystem. You can omit the --no-index option when running the command in a working tree controlled by Git and at least one of the paths points outside the working tree, or when running the command outside a working tree controlled by Git.

How to check for a Null value in VB.NET

The equivalent of null in VB is Nothing so your check wants to be:

If editTransactionRow.pay_id IsNot Nothing Then
    stTransactionPaymentID = editTransactionRow.pay_id
End If

Or possibly, if you are actually wanting to check for a SQL null value:

If editTransactionRow.pay_id <> DbNull.Value Then
    ...
End If

Enumerations on PHP

I found this library on github and I think it provides a very decent alternative to the answers here.

PHP Enum implementation inspired from SplEnum

  • You can type-hint: function setAction(Action $action) {
  • You can enrich the enum with methods (e.g. format, parse, …)
  • You can extend the enum to add new values (make your enum final to prevent it)
  • You can get a list of all the possible values (see below)

Declaration

<?php
use MyCLabs\Enum\Enum;

/**
 * Action enum
 */
class Action extends Enum
{
    const VIEW = 'view';
    const EDIT = 'edit';
}

Usage

<?php
$action = new Action(Action::VIEW);

// or
$action = Action::VIEW();

type-hint enum values:

<?php
function setAction(Action $action) {
    // ...
}

Use LINQ to get items in one List<>, that are not in another List<>

Or if you want it without negation:

var result = peopleList2.Where(p => peopleList1.All(p2 => p2.ID != p.ID));

Basically it says get all from peopleList2 where all ids in peopleList1 are different from id in peoplesList2.

Just a little bit different approach from the accepted answer :)

Asp.NET Web API - 405 - HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed - how to set handler mappings

If it is IIS 8.0 check if HTTP Activation is enabled. Server manager -> IIS -> Manage (see right top) -> Add Roles and Features -> ... -> get to WCF configuration and then select HTTP Activation.

How to delete from multiple tables in MySQL?

I don't have a mysql database to test on at the moment, but have you tried specifying what to delete prior to the from clause? For example:

DELETE p, pa FROM `pets` p,
        `pets_activities` pa
  WHERE p.`order` > :order
    AND p.`pet_id` = :pet_id
    AND pa.`id` = p.`pet_id`

I think the syntax you used is limited to newer versions of mysql.

Python Pandas Replacing Header with Top Row

If you want a one-liner, you can do:

df.rename(columns=df.iloc[0]).drop(df.index[0])

Recreate the default website in IIS

Try this:

In the IIS Manager right click on Web sites, chose New, then Web site...

This way you can recreate the Default Web Site.

After these steps restart IIS: Right click on local computer, All Tasks, Restart IIS...

What is the best collation to use for MySQL with PHP?

Be very, very aware of this problem that can occur when using utf8_general_ci.

MySQL will not distinguish between some characters in select statements, if the utf8_general_ci collation is used. This can lead to very nasty bugs - especially for example, where usernames are involved. Depending on the implementation that uses the database tables, this problem could allow malicious users to create a username matching an administrator account.

This problem exposes itself at the very least in early 5.x versions - I'm not sure if this behaviour as changed later.

I'm no DBA, but to avoid this problem, I always go with utf8-bin instead of a case-insensitive one.

The script below describes the problem by example.

-- first, create a sandbox to play in
CREATE DATABASE `sandbox`;
use `sandbox`;

-- next, make sure that your client connection is of the same 
-- character/collate type as the one we're going to test next:
charset utf8 collate utf8_general_ci

-- now, create the table and fill it with values
CREATE TABLE `test` (`key` VARCHAR(16), `value` VARCHAR(16) )
    CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;

INSERT INTO `test` VALUES ('Key ONE', 'value'), ('Key TWO', 'valúe');

-- (verify)
SELECT * FROM `test`;

-- now, expose the problem/bug:
SELECT * FROM test WHERE `value` = 'value';

--
-- Note that we get BOTH keys here! MySQLs UTF8 collates that are 
-- case insensitive (ending with _ci) do not distinguish between 
-- both values!
--
-- collate 'utf8_bin' doesn't have this problem, as I'll show next:
--

-- first, reset the client connection charset/collate type
charset utf8 collate utf8_bin

-- next, convert the values that we've previously inserted in the table
ALTER TABLE `test` CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_bin;

-- now, re-check for the bug
SELECT * FROM test WHERE `value` = 'value';

--
-- Note that we get just one key now, as you'd expect.
--
-- This problem appears to be specific to utf8. Next, I'll try to 
-- do the same with the 'latin1' charset:
--

-- first, reset the client connection charset/collate type
charset latin1 collate latin1_general_ci

-- next, convert the values that we've previously inserted
-- in the table
ALTER TABLE `test` CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET latin1 COLLATE latin1_general_ci;

-- now, re-check for the bug
SELECT * FROM test WHERE `value` = 'value';

--
-- Again, only one key is returned (expected). This shows 
-- that the problem with utf8/utf8_generic_ci isn't present 
-- in latin1/latin1_general_ci
--
-- To complete the example, I'll check with the binary collate
-- of latin1 as well:

-- first, reset the client connection charset/collate type
charset latin1 collate latin1_bin

-- next, convert the values that we've previously inserted in the table
ALTER TABLE `test` CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET latin1 COLLATE latin1_bin;

-- now, re-check for the bug
SELECT * FROM test WHERE `value` = 'value';

--
-- Again, only one key is returned (expected).
--
-- Finally, I'll re-introduce the problem in the exact same 
-- way (for any sceptics out there):

-- first, reset the client connection charset/collate type
charset utf8 collate utf8_generic_ci

-- next, convert the values that we've previously inserted in the table
ALTER TABLE `test` CONVERT TO CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;

-- now, re-check for the problem/bug
SELECT * FROM test WHERE `value` = 'value';

--
-- Two keys.
--

DROP DATABASE sandbox;

What does 'synchronized' mean?

synchronized simple means no two threads can access the block/method simultaneously. When we say any block/method of a class is synchronized it means only one thread can access them at a time. Internally the thread which tries to access it first take a lock on that object and as long as this lock is not available no other thread can access any of the synchronized methods/blocks of that instance of the class.

Note another thread can access a method of the same object which is not defined to be synchronized. A thread can release the lock by calling

Object.wait()

c# dictionary How to add multiple values for single key?

You could use my implementation of a multimap, which derives from a Dictionary<K, List<V>>. It is not perfect, however it does a good job.

/// <summary>
/// Represents a collection of keys and values.
/// Multiple values can have the same key.
/// </summary>
/// <typeparam name="TKey">Type of the keys.</typeparam>
/// <typeparam name="TValue">Type of the values.</typeparam>
public class MultiMap<TKey, TValue> : Dictionary<TKey, List<TValue>>
{

    public MultiMap()
        : base()
    {
    }

    public MultiMap(int capacity)
        : base(capacity)
    {
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Adds an element with the specified key and value into the MultiMap. 
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="key">The key of the element to add.</param>
    /// <param name="value">The value of the element to add.</param>
    public void Add(TKey key, TValue value)
    {
        List<TValue> valueList;

        if (TryGetValue(key, out valueList)) {
            valueList.Add(value);
        } else {
            valueList = new List<TValue>();
            valueList.Add(value);
            Add(key, valueList);
        }
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Removes first occurence of an element with a specified key and value.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="key">The key of the element to remove.</param>
    /// <param name="value">The value of the element to remove.</param>
    /// <returns>true if the an element is removed;
    /// false if the key or the value were not found.</returns>
    public bool Remove(TKey key, TValue value)
    {
        List<TValue> valueList;

        if (TryGetValue(key, out valueList)) {
            if (valueList.Remove(value)) {
                if (valueList.Count == 0) {
                    Remove(key);
                }
                return true;
            }
        }
        return false;
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Removes all occurences of elements with a specified key and value.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="key">The key of the elements to remove.</param>
    /// <param name="value">The value of the elements to remove.</param>
    /// <returns>Number of elements removed.</returns>
    public int RemoveAll(TKey key, TValue value)
    {
        List<TValue> valueList;
        int n = 0;

        if (TryGetValue(key, out valueList)) {
            while (valueList.Remove(value)) {
                n++;
            }
            if (valueList.Count == 0) {
                Remove(key);
            }
        }
        return n;
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Gets the total number of values contained in the MultiMap.
    /// </summary>
    public int CountAll
    {
        get
        {
            int n = 0;

            foreach (List<TValue> valueList in Values) {
                n += valueList.Count;
            }
            return n;
        }
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Determines whether the MultiMap contains an element with a specific
    /// key / value pair.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="key">Key of the element to search for.</param>
    /// <param name="value">Value of the element to search for.</param>
    /// <returns>true if the element was found; otherwise false.</returns>
    public bool Contains(TKey key, TValue value)
    {
        List<TValue> valueList;

        if (TryGetValue(key, out valueList)) {
            return valueList.Contains(value);
        }
        return false;
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// Determines whether the MultiMap contains an element with a specific value.
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="value">Value of the element to search for.</param>
    /// <returns>true if the element was found; otherwise false.</returns>
    public bool Contains(TValue value)
    {
        foreach (List<TValue> valueList in Values) {
            if (valueList.Contains(value)) {
                return true;
            }
        }
        return false;
    }

}

Note that the Add method looks if a key is already present. If the key is new, a new list is created, the value is added to the list and the list is added to the dictionary. If the key was already present, the new value is added to the existing list.

Twitter Bootstrap tabs not working: when I click on them nothing happens

Just copy the script tag for adding the bootstrap.js from the head section to the end of the body. Then everything should work fine even without the scripts to activate the tabs.

How to get today's Date?

DateFormat dateFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm:ss");
Date date = new Date();
System.out.println(dateFormat.format(date));

found here

Warning: mysql_connect(): Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES)

try $conn = mysql_connect("localhost", "root") or $conn = mysql_connect("localhost", "root", "")

Swift presentViewController

You can use below code :

var vc = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("YourViewController") as! YourViewController;
            vc.mode_Player = 1
            self.presentViewController(vc, animated: true, completion: nil)

How to specify maven's distributionManagement organisation wide?

There's no need for a parent POM.

You can omit the distributionManagement part entirely in your poms and set it either on your build server or in settings.xml.

To do it on the build server, just pass to the mvn command:

-DaltSnapshotDeploymentRepository=snapshots::default::https://YOUR_NEXUS_URL/snapshots
-DaltReleaseDeploymentRepository=releases::default::https://YOUR_NEXUS_URL/releases

See https://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-deploy-plugin/deploy-mojo.html for details which options can be set.

It's also possible to set this in your settings.xml.

Just create a profile there which is enabled and contains the property.

Example settings.xml:

<settings>
[...]
  <profiles>
    <profile>
      <id>nexus</id>
      <properties>
        <altSnapshotDeploymentRepository>snapshots::default::https://YOUR_NEXUS_URL/snapshots</altSnapshotDeploymentRepository>
        <altReleaseDeploymentRepository>releases::default::https://YOUR_NEXUS_URL/releases</altReleaseDeploymentRepository>
      </properties>
    </profile>
  </profiles>

  <activeProfiles>
    <activeProfile>nexus</activeProfile>
  </activeProfiles>

</settings>

Make sure that credentials for "snapshots" and "releases" are in the <servers> section of your settings.xml

The properties altSnapshotDeploymentRepository and altReleaseDeploymentRepository are introduced with maven-deploy-plugin version 2.8. Older versions will fail with the error message

Deployment failed: repository element was not specified in the POM inside distributionManagement element or in -DaltDeploymentRepository=id::layout::url parameter

To fix this, you can enforce a newer version of the plug-in:

        <build>
          <pluginManagement>
            <plugins>
              <plugin>
                <artifactId>maven-deploy-plugin</artifactId>
                <version>2.8</version>
              </plugin>
            </plugins>
          </pluginManagement>
        </build>

Converting timestamp to time ago in PHP e.g 1 day ago, 2 days ago...

The following is a very simple and extremely efficient solution.

function timeElapsed($originalTime){

        $timeElapsed=time()-$originalTime;

        /*
          You can change the values of the following 2 variables 
          based on your opinion. For 100% accuracy, you can call
          php's cal_days_in_month() and do some additional coding
          using the values you get for each month. After all the
          coding, your final answer will be approximately equal to
          mine. That is why it is okay to simply use the average
          values below.
        */
        $averageNumbDaysPerMonth=(365.242/12);
        $averageNumbWeeksPerMonth=($averageNumbDaysPerMonth/7);

        $time1=(((($timeElapsed/60)/60)/24)/365.242);
        $time2=floor($time1);//Years
        $time3=($time1-$time2)*(365.242);
        $time4=($time3/$averageNumbDaysPerMonth);
        $time5=floor($time4);//Months
        $time6=($time4-$time5)*$averageNumbWeeksPerMonth;
        $time7=floor($time6);//Weeks
        $time8=($time6-$time7)*7;
        $time9=floor($time8);//Days
        $time10=($time8-$time9)*24;
        $time11=floor($time10);//Hours
        $time12=($time10-$time11)*60;
        $time13=floor($time12);//Minutes
        $time14=($time12-$time13)*60;
        $time15=round($time14);//Seconds

        $timeElapsed=$time2 . 'yrs ' . $time5 . 'months ' . $time7 . 
                     'weeks ' . $time9 .  'days ' . $time11 . 'hrs '
                     . $time13 . 'mins and ' . $time15 . 'secs.';

        return $timeElapsed;

}

echo timeElapsed(1201570814);

Sample output:

6yrs 4months 3weeks 4days 12hrs 40mins and 36secs.

HTML button calling an MVC Controller and Action method

You can use Url.Action to specify generate the url to a controller action, so you could use either of the following:

<form method="post" action="<%: Url.Action("About", "Home") %>">
   <input type="submit" value="Click me to go to /Home/About" />
</form>

or:

<form action="#">
  <input type="submit" onclick="parent.location='<%: Url.Action("About", "Home") %>';return false;" value="Click me to go to /Home/About" />
  <input type="submit" onclick="parent.location='<%: Url.Action("Register", "Account") %>';return false;" value="Click me to go to /Account/Register" />
</form>

How to both read and write a file in C#

Don't forget the easy route:

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        var text = File.ReadAllText(@"C:\words.txt");
        File.WriteAllText(@"C:\words.txt", text + "DERP");
    }

Can't access 127.0.0.1

Just one command did the work

netsh http add iplisten 127.0.0.1

storing user input in array

You're not actually going out after the values. You would need to gather them like this:

var title   = document.getElementById("title").value;
var name    = document.getElementById("name").value;
var tickets = document.getElementById("tickets").value;

You could put all of these in one array:

var myArray = [ title, name, tickets ];

Or many arrays:

var titleArr   = [ title ];
var nameArr    = [ name ];
var ticketsArr = [ tickets ];

Or, if the arrays already exist, you can use their .push() method to push new values onto it:

var titleArr = [];

function addTitle ( title ) {
  titleArr.push( title );
  console.log( "Titles: " + titleArr.join(", ") );
}

Your save button doesn't work because you refer to this.form, however you don't have a form on the page. In order for this to work you would need to have <form> tags wrapping your fields:

I've made several corrections, and placed the changes on jsbin: http://jsbin.com/ufanep/2/edit

The new form follows:

<form>
  <h1>Please enter data</h1>
  <input id="title" type="text" />
  <input id="name" type="text" />
  <input id="tickets" type="text" />
  <input type="button" value="Save" onclick="insert()" />
  <input type="button" value="Show data" onclick="show()" />
</form>
<div id="display"></div>

There is still some room for improvement, such as removing the onclick attributes (those bindings should be done via JavaScript, but that's beyond the scope of this question).

I've also made some changes to your JavaScript. I start by creating three empty arrays:

var titles  = [];
var names   = [];
var tickets = [];

Now that we have these, we'll need references to our input fields.

var titleInput  = document.getElementById("title");
var nameInput   = document.getElementById("name");
var ticketInput = document.getElementById("tickets");

I'm also getting a reference to our message display box.

var messageBox  = document.getElementById("display");

The insert() function uses the references to each input field to get their value. It then uses the push() method on the respective arrays to put the current value into the array.

Once it's done, it cals the clearAndShow() function which is responsible for clearing these fields (making them ready for the next round of input), and showing the combined results of the three arrays.

function insert ( ) {
 titles.push( titleInput.value );
 names.push( nameInput.value );
 tickets.push( ticketInput.value );

 clearAndShow();
}

This function, as previously stated, starts by setting the .value property of each input to an empty string. It then clears out the .innerHTML of our message box. Lastly, it calls the join() method on all of our arrays to convert their values into a comma-separated list of values. This resulting string is then passed into the message box.

function clearAndShow () {
  titleInput.value = "";
  nameInput.value = "";
  ticketInput.value = "";

  messageBox.innerHTML = "";

  messageBox.innerHTML += "Titles: " + titles.join(", ") + "<br/>";
  messageBox.innerHTML += "Names: " + names.join(", ") + "<br/>";
  messageBox.innerHTML += "Tickets: " + tickets.join(", ");
}

The final result can be used online at http://jsbin.com/ufanep/2/edit

urllib2.HTTPError: HTTP Error 403: Forbidden

import urllib.request

bank_pdf_list = ["https://www.hdfcbank.com/content/bbp/repositories/723fb80a-2dde-42a3-9793-7ae1be57c87f/?path=/Personal/Home/content/rates.pdf",
"https://www.yesbank.in/pdf/forexcardratesenglish_pdf",
"https://www.sbi.co.in/documents/16012/1400784/FOREX_CARD_RATES.pdf"]


def get_pdf(url):
    user_agent = 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.0.7) Gecko/2009021910 Firefox/3.0.7'
    
    #url = "https://www.yesbank.in/pdf/forexcardratesenglish_pdf"
    headers={'User-Agent':user_agent,} 
    
    request=urllib.request.Request(url,None,headers) #The assembled request
    response = urllib.request.urlopen(request)
    #print(response.text)
    data = response.read()
#    print(type(data))
    
    name = url.split("www.")[-1].split("//")[-1].split(".")[0]+"_FOREX_CARD_RATES.pdf"
    f = open(name, 'wb')
    f.write(data)
    f.close()
    

for bank_url in bank_pdf_list:
    try: 
        get_pdf(bank_url)
    except:
        pass

LaTeX beamer: way to change the bullet indentation?

Beamer just delegates responsibility for managing layout of itemize environments back to the base LaTeX packages, so there's nothing funky you need to do in Beamer itself to alter the apperaance / layout of your lists.

Since Beamer redefines itemize, item, etc., the fully proper way to manipulate things like indentation is to redefine the Beamer templates. I get the impression that you're not looking to go that far, but if that's not the case, let me know and I'll elaborate.

There are at least three ways of accomplishing your goal from within your document, without mussing about with Beamer templates.

With itemize

In the following code snippet, you can change the value of \itemindent from 0em to whatever you please, including negative values. 0em is the default item indentation.

The advantage of this method is that the list is styled normally. The disadvantage is that Beamer's redefinition of itemize and \item means that the number of paramters that can be manipulated to change the list layout is limited. It can be very hard to get the spacing right with multi-line items.

\begin{itemize}
  \setlength{\itemindent}{0em}
  \item This is a normally-indented item.
\end{itemize}

With list

In the following code snippet, the second parameter to \list is the bullet to use, and the third parameter is a list of layout parameters to change. The \leftmargin parameter adjusts the indentation of the entire list item and all of its rows; \itemindent alters the indentation of subsequent lines.

The advantage of this method is that you have all of the flexibility of lists in non-Beamer LaTeX. The disadvantage is that you have to setup the bullet style (and other visual elements) manually (or identify the right command for the template you're using). Note that if you leave the second argument empty, no bullet will be displayed and you'll save some horizontal space.

\begin{list}{$\square$}{\leftmargin=1em \itemindent=0em}
  \item This item uses the margin and indentation provided above.
\end{list}

Defining a customlist environment

The shortcomings of the list solution can be ameliorated by defining a new customlist environment that basically redefines the itemize environment from Beamer but also incorporates the \leftmargin and \itemindent (etc.) parameters. Put the following in your preamble:

\makeatletter
\newenvironment{customlist}[2]{
  \ifnum\@itemdepth >2\relax\@toodeep\else
      \advance\@itemdepth\@ne%
      \beamer@computepref\@itemdepth%
      \usebeamerfont{itemize/enumerate \beameritemnestingprefix body}%
      \usebeamercolor[fg]{itemize/enumerate \beameritemnestingprefix body}%
      \usebeamertemplate{itemize/enumerate \beameritemnestingprefix body begin}%
      \begin{list}
        {
            \usebeamertemplate{itemize \beameritemnestingprefix item}
        }
        { \leftmargin=#1 \itemindent=#2
            \def\makelabel##1{%
              {%  
                  \hss\llap{{%
                    \usebeamerfont*{itemize \beameritemnestingprefix item}%
                        \usebeamercolor[fg]{itemize \beameritemnestingprefix item}##1}}%
              }%  
            }%  
        }
  \fi
}
{
  \end{list}
  \usebeamertemplate{itemize/enumerate \beameritemnestingprefix body end}%
}
\makeatother

Now, to use an itemized list with custom indentation, you can use the following environment. The first argument is for \leftmargin and the second is for \itemindent. The default values are 2.5em and 0em respectively.

\begin{customlist}{2.5em}{0em}
   \item Any normal item can go here.
\end{customlist}

A custom bullet style can be incorporated into the customlist solution using the standard Beamer mechanism of \setbeamertemplate. (See the answers to this question on the TeX Stack Exchange for more information.)

Alternatively, the bullet style can just be modified directly within the environment, by replacing \usebeamertemplate{itemize \beameritemnestingprefix item} with whatever bullet style you'd like to use (e.g. $\square$).

Excel compare two columns and highlight duplicates

A simple formula to use is

=COUNTIF($B:$B,A1)

Formula specified is for cell A1. Simply copy and paste special - format to the whole of column A

Tomcat 404 error: The origin server did not find a current representation for the target resource or is not willing to disclose that one exists

Problem solved, I've not added the index.html. Which is point out in the web.xml

enter image description here

Note: a project may have more than one web.xml file.

if there are another web.xml in

src/main/webapp/WEB-INF

Then you might need to add another index (this time index.jsp) to

src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/pages/

HTML.ActionLink method

You might want to look at the RouteLink() method.That one lets you specify everything (except the link text and route name) via a dictionary.

mysql-python install error: Cannot open include file 'config-win.h'

for 64-bit windows

The conversion of the varchar value overflowed an int column

Declare @phoneNumber int

select @phoneNumber=Isnull('08041159620',0);

Give error :

The conversion of the varchar value '8041159620' overflowed an int column.: select cast('8041159620' as int)

AS

Integer is defined as :

Integer (whole number) data from -2^31 (-2,147,483,648) through 2^31 - 1 (2,147,483,647). Storage size is 4 bytes. The SQL-92 synonym for int is integer.

Solution

Declare @phoneNumber bigint

Reference

Render HTML to an image

Use this code, it will surely work:

_x000D_
_x000D_
<script type="text/javascript">_x000D_
 $(document).ready(function () {_x000D_
  setTimeout(function(){_x000D_
   downloadImage();_x000D_
  },1000)_x000D_
 });_x000D_
 _x000D_
 function downloadImage(){_x000D_
  html2canvas(document.querySelector("#dvContainer")).then(canvas => {_x000D_
  a = document.createElement('a'); _x000D_
  document.body.appendChild(a); _x000D_
  a.download = "test.png"; _x000D_
  a.href =  canvas.toDataURL();_x000D_
  a.click();_x000D_
 });  _x000D_
 }_x000D_
</script>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Just do not forget to include Html2CanvasJS file in your program. https://html2canvas.hertzen.com/dist/html2canvas.js

Servlet for serving static content

Checked for Tomcat 8.x: static resources work OK if root servlet map to "". For servlet 3.x it could be done by @WebServlet("")

git: Switch branch and ignore any changes without committing

None of these answers helped me because I still had untracked files even after reset and stash. I had to do:

git reset --hard HEAD
git clean -d -f

How do I check if an element is really visible with JavaScript?

I don't think checking the element's own visibility and display properties is good enough for requirement #1, even if you use currentStyle/getComputedStyle. You also have to check the element's ancestors. If an ancestor is hidden, so is the element.

The type 'string' must be a non-nullable type in order to use it as parameter T in the generic type or method 'System.Nullable<T>'

Please note that in upcoming version of C# which is 8, the answers are not true.

All the reference types are non-nullable by default and you can actually do the following:

public string? MyNullableString; 
this.MyNullableString = null; //Valid

However,

public string MyNonNullableString; 
this.MyNonNullableString = null; //Not Valid and you'll receive compiler warning. 

The important thing here is to show the intent of your code. If the "intent" is that the reference type can be null, then mark it so otherwise assigning null value to non-nullable would result in compiler warning.

More info

What is the Java equivalent for LINQ?

It sounds like the Linq that everyone is talking about here is just LinqToObjects. Which I believe only offers functionality that can already be accomplished today in Java, but with really ugly syntax.

What I see as the real power of Linq in .Net is that lambda expressions can be used in a context requiring either a Delegate or an Expression and will then be compiled into the appropriate form. This is what allows things like LinqToSql (or anything other than LinqToObjects) to work, and allows them to have a syntax identical to LinqToObjects.

It looks like all of the projects referred to above are only offering the capabilities of LinqToObjects. Which makes me thing that LinqToSql-type functionality is not on the horizon for Java.

Get width in pixels from element with style set with %?

document.getElementById('banner-contenedor').clientWidth

How do I fetch lines before/after the grep result in bash?

Try this:

grep -i -A 10 "my_regex"

-A 10 means, print ten lines after match to "my_regex"

How can I determine the current CPU utilization from the shell?

Linux does not have any system variables that give the current CPU utilization. Instead, you have to read /proc/stat several times: each column in the cpu(n) lines gives the total CPU time, and you have to take subsequent readings of it to get percentages. See this document to find out what the various columns mean.

How to consume REST in Java

The code below will help to consume rest api via Java. URL - end point rest If you dont need any authentication you dont need to write the authStringEnd variable

The method will return a JsonObject with your response

public JSONObject getAllTypes() throws JSONException, IOException {
        String url = "/api/atlas/types";
        String authString = name + ":" + password;
        String authStringEnc = new BASE64Encoder().encode(authString.getBytes());
        javax.ws.rs.client.Client client = ClientBuilder.newClient();
        WebTarget webTarget = client.target(host + url);
        Invocation.Builder invocationBuilder = webTarget.request(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON).header("Authorization", "Basic " + authStringEnc);

        Response response = invocationBuilder.get();
        String output = response.readEntity(String.class
        );

        System.out.println(response.toString());
        JSONObject obj = new JSONObject(output);

        return obj;
    }

How to make a smaller RatingBar?

The best answer I got

  <style name="MyRatingBar" parent="@android:style/Widget.RatingBar">
    <item name="android:minHeight">15dp</item>
    <item name="android:maxHeight">15dp</item>
    <item name="colorControlNormal">@color/white</item>
    <item name="colorControlActivated">@color/home_add</item>
</style>

user like this

<RatingBar
                style="?android:attr/ratingBarStyleIndicator"
                android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                android:isIndicator="false"
                android:max="5"
                android:rating="3"
                android:scaleX=".8"
                android:scaleY=".8"
                android:theme="@style/MyRatingBar" />

Increase/Decrease sizes by using scaleX and scaleY value

Where does SVN client store user authentication data?

Read SVNBook | Client Credentials.

With modern SVN you can just run svn auth to display the list of cached credentials. Don't forget to make sure that you run up-to-date SVN client version because svn auth was introduced in version 1.9. The last line will specify the path to credential store which by default is %APPDATA%\Subversion\auth on Windows and ~/.subversion/auth/ on Unix-like systems.

PS C:\Users\MyUser> svn auth
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Credential kind: svn.simple
Authentication realm: <https://svn.example.local:443> VisualSVN Server
Password cache: wincrypt
Password: [not shown]
Username: user

Credentials cache in 'C:\Users\MyUser\AppData\Roaming\Subversion' contains 5 credentials

How to set bot's status

Use this:

client.user.setActivity("with depression", {
  type: "STREAMING",
  url: "https://www.twitch.tv/monstercat"
});

What's the best way to set a single pixel in an HTML5 canvas?

There are two best contenders:

  1. Create a 1×1 image data, set the color, and putImageData at the location:

    var id = myContext.createImageData(1,1); // only do this once per page
    var d  = id.data;                        // only do this once per page
    d[0]   = r;
    d[1]   = g;
    d[2]   = b;
    d[3]   = a;
    myContext.putImageData( id, x, y );     
    
  2. Use fillRect() to draw a pixel (there should be no aliasing issues):

    ctx.fillStyle = "rgba("+r+","+g+","+b+","+(a/255)+")";
    ctx.fillRect( x, y, 1, 1 );
    

You can test the speed of these here: http://jsperf.com/setting-canvas-pixel/9 or here https://www.measurethat.net/Benchmarks/Show/1664/1

I recommend testing against browsers you care about for maximum speed. As of July 2017, fillRect() is 5-6× faster on Firefox v54 and Chrome v59 (Win7x64).

Other, sillier alternatives are:

  • using getImageData()/putImageData() on the entire canvas; this is about 100× slower than other options.

  • creating a custom image using a data url and using drawImage() to show it:

    var img = new Image;
    img.src = "data:image/png;base64," + myPNGEncoder(r,g,b,a);
    // Writing the PNGEncoder is left as an exercise for the reader
    
  • creating another img or canvas filled with all the pixels you want and use drawImage() to blit just the pixel you want across. This would probably be very fast, but has the limitation that you need to pre-calculate the pixels you need.

Note that my tests do not attempt to save and restore the canvas context fillStyle; this would slow down the fillRect() performance. Also note that I am not starting with a clean slate or testing the exact same set of pixels for each test.

Saving binary data as file using JavaScript from a browser

To do this task download.js library can be used. Here is an example from library docs:

download("data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhRgAVAIcAAOfn5+/v7/f39////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////yH5BAAAAP8ALAAAAABGABUAAAj/AAEIHAgggMGDCAkSRMgwgEKBDRM+LBjRoEKDAjJq1GhxIMaNGzt6DAAypMORJTmeLKhxgMuXKiGSzPgSZsaVMwXUdBmTYsudKjHuBCoAIc2hMBnqRMqz6MGjTJ0KZcrz5EyqA276xJrVKlSkWqdGLQpxKVWyW8+iJcl1LVu1XttafTs2Lla3ZqNavAo37dm9X4eGFQtWKt+6T+8aDkxUqWKjeQUvfvw0MtHJcCtTJiwZsmLMiD9uplvY82jLNW9qzsy58WrWpDu/Lp0YNmPXrVMvRm3T6GneSX3bBt5VeOjDemfLFv1XOW7kncvKdZi7t/S7e2M3LkscLcvH3LF7HwSuVeZtjuPPe2d+GefPrD1RpnS6MGdJkebn4/+oMSAAOw==", "dlDataUrlBin.gif", "image/gif");

react router v^4.0.0 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'location' of undefined

so if you need want use this code )

import { useRoutes } from "./routes";

import { BrowserRouter as Router } from "react-router-dom";

export const App = () => {

const routes = useRoutes(true);

  return (

    <Router>

      <div className="container">{routes}</div>

    </Router>

  );

};

// ./routes.js 

import { Switch, Route, Redirect } from "react-router-dom";

export const useRoutes = (isAuthenticated) => {
  if (isAuthenticated) {
    return (
      <Switch>
        <Route path="/links" exact>
          <LinksPage />
        </Route>
        <Route path="/create" exact>
          <CreatePage />
        </Route>
        <Route path="/detail/:id">
          <DetailPage />
        </Route>
        <Redirect path="/create" />
      </Switch>
    );
  }
  return (
    <Switch>
      <Route path={"/"} exact>
        <AuthPage />
      </Route>
      <Redirect path={"/"} />
    </Switch>
  );
};

How to clear cache of Eclipse Indigo

If you are asking about cache where eclipse stores your project and workspace information right click on your project(s) and choose refresh. Then go to project in the menu on top of the window and click "clean".

This typically does what you need.

If it does not try to remove project from the workspace (just press "delete" on the project and then say that you DO NOT want to remove the sources). Then open project again.

If this does not work too, do the same with the workspace. If this still does not work, perform fresh checkout of your project from source control and create new workspace.

Well, this should work.

Get an element by index in jQuery

You can use the eq method or selector:

$('ul').find('li').eq(index).css({'background-color':'#343434'});

How to change css property using javascript

Consider the following example: If you want to change a single CSS property(say, color to 'blue'), then the below statement works fine.

document.getElementById("ele_id").style.color="blue";

But, for changing multiple properies the more robust way is using Object.assign() or, object spread operator {...};

See below:

const ele=document.getElementById("ele_id");
const custom_style={
    display: "block",
    color: "red"
}

//Object.assign():
Object.assign(ele.style,custum_style);

Spread operator works similarly, just the syntax is a little different.

How to Set AllowOverride all

SuSE Linux Enterprise Server

Make sure you are editing the right file https://www.suse.com/documentation/sles11/book_sle_admin/data/sec_apache2_configuration.html

httpd.conf

The main Apache server configuration file. Avoid changing this file. It primarily contains include statements and global settings. Overwrite global settings in the pertinent configuration files listed here. Change host-specific settings (such as document root) in your virtual host configuration.

In such case vhosts.d/*.conf must be edited

What are examples of TCP and UDP in real life?

TCP is appropriate when you have to move a decent amount of data (> ~1 kB), and you require all of it to be delivered. Almost all data that moves across the internet does so via TCP - HTTP, SMTP, BitTorrent, SSH, etc, all use TCP.

UDP is appropriate when you have small messages which you can afford to lose, and would like to send them as efficiently as possible. One reason you might be able to afford to lose them is because you can re-send them if they get lost. The main example on the internet is DNS - DNS consists of small queries saying things like "what is the IP number for stackoverflow.com?", and the responses are correspondingly small. Computers make a lot of these queries, so they should be made efficiently, but if they get lost en route, it's easy to time out and re-send them.

MySql Query Replace NULL with Empty String in Select

Try this, this should also get rid of those empty lines also:

SELECT prereq FROM test WHERE prereq IS NOT NULL;

how to get value of selected item in autocomplete

$(document).ready(function () {
    $('#tags').on('change', function () {
        $('#tagsname').html('You selected: ' + this.value);
    }).change();
    $('#tags').on('blur', function (e, ui) {
        $('#tagsname').html('You selected: ' + ui.item.value);
    });
});

Creating email templates with Django

I have created Django Simple Mail to have a simple, customizable and reusable template for every transactional email you would like to send.

Emails contents and templates can be edited directly from django's admin.

With your example, you would register your email :

from simple_mail.mailer import BaseSimpleMail, simple_mailer


class WelcomeMail(BaseSimpleMail):
    email_key = 'welcome'

    def set_context(self, user_id, welcome_link):
        user = User.objects.get(id=user_id)
        return {
            'user': user,
            'welcome_link': welcome_link
        }


simple_mailer.register(WelcomeMail)

And send it this way :

welcome_mail = WelcomeMail()
welcome_mail.set_context(user_id, welcome_link)
welcome_mail.send(to, from_email=None, bcc=[], connection=None, attachments=[],
                   headers={}, cc=[], reply_to=[], fail_silently=False)

I would love to get any feedback.

Converting JSON data to Java object

Bewaaaaare of Gson! It's very cool, very great, but the second you want to do anything other than simple objects, you could easily need to start building your own serializers (which isn't that hard).

Also, if you have an array of Objects, and you deserialize some json into that array of Objects, the true types are LOST! The full objects won't even be copied! Use XStream.. Which, if using the jsondriver and setting the proper settings, will encode ugly types into the actual json, so that you don't loose anything. A small price to pay (ugly json) for true serialization.

Note that Jackson fixes these issues, and is faster than GSON.

Showing ValueError: shapes (1,3) and (1,3) not aligned: 3 (dim 1) != 1 (dim 0)

The column of the first matrix and the row of the second matrix should be equal and the order should be like this only

column of first matrix = row of second matrix

and do not follow the below step

row of first matrix  = column of second matrix

it will throw an error

Delete commits from a branch in Git

git reset --hard

git push origin HEAD --force

If one or more of the commits is tagged, delete the tag(s) first. Otherwise the tagged commit is not removed.

Declare and assign multiple string variables at the same time

You can do it like:

string Camnr, Klantnr, Ordernr, Bonnr, Volgnr;// and so on.
Camnr = Klantnr = Ordernr = Bonnr = Volgnr = string.Empty;

First you have to define the variables and then you can use them.

Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-surefire-plugin:2.12:test (default-test) on project.

This issue could be related to the already busy port. Surefire run on 5005 port. So you need to make sure that this port is free. If not change it or kill the process. This happens in Intellij some time.

Create a tag in a GitHub repository

Creating Tags

Git uses two main types of tags: lightweight and annotated.

Annotated Tags:

To create an annotated tag in Git you can just run the following simple commands on your terminal.

$ git tag -a v2.1.0 -m "xyz feature is released in this tag."
$ git tag
v1.0.0
v2.0.0
v2.1.0

The -m denotes message for that particular tag. We can write summary of features which is going to tag here.

Lightweight Tags:

The other way to tag commits is lightweight tag. We can do it in the following way:

$ git tag v2.1.0
$ git tag
v1.0.0
v2.0.0
v2.1.0

Push Tag

To push particular tag you can use below command:

git push origin v1.0.3

Or if you want to push all tags then use the below command:

git push --tags

List all tags:

To list all tags, use the following command.

git tag

Default nginx client_max_body_size

You can increase body size in nginx configuration file as

sudo nano /etc/nginx/nginx.conf

client_max_body_size 100M;

Restart nginx to apply the changes.

sudo service nginx restart

HTML5 Form Input Pattern Currency Format

Another answer for this would be

^((\d+)|(\d{1,3})(\,\d{3}|)*)(\.\d{2}|)$

This will match a string of:

  • one or more numbers with out the decimal place (\d+)
  • any number of commas each of which must be followed by 3 numbers and have upto 3 numbers before it (\d{1,3})(\,\d{3}|)*

Each or which can have a decimal place which must be followed by 2 numbers (.\d{2}|)

How to figure out the SMTP server host?

Email tech support at your client's hosting provider and ask for the information.

How to convert ASCII code (0-255) to its corresponding character?

    for (int i = 0; i < 256; i++) {
        System.out.println(i + " -> " + (char) i);
    }

    char lowercase = 'f';
    int offset = (int) 'a' - (int) 'A';
    char uppercase = (char) ((int) lowercase - offset);
    System.out.println("The uppercase letter is " + uppercase);

    String numberString = JOptionPane.showInputDialog(null,
            "Enter an ASCII code:",
            "ASCII conversion", JOptionPane.QUESTION_MESSAGE);

    int code = (int) numberString.charAt(0);
    System.out.println("The character for ASCII code "
            + code + " is " + (char) code);

How to use regex with find command?

The -regex find expression matches the whole name, including the relative path from the current directory. For find . this always starts with ./, then any directories.

Also, these are emacs regular expressions, which have other escaping rules than the usual egrep regular expressions.

If these are all directly in the current directory, then

find . -regex '\./[a-f0-9\-]\{36\}\.jpg'

should work. (I'm not really sure - I can't get the counted repetition to work here.) You can switch to egrep expressions by -regextype posix-egrep:

find . -regextype posix-egrep -regex '\./[a-f0-9\-]{36}\.jpg'

(Note that everything said here is for GNU find, I don't know anything about the BSD one which is also the default on Mac.)

CSS Font "Helvetica Neue"

Helvetica Neue is a paid font, so you shouldn't @font-face it, as you'd be freely distributing a copyrighted font. It's included in Mac systems but not in windows/linux ones, so yes, plenty of your users wont have it installed. Anyway, you can use 'Arial Narrow' as a windows substitute, which is it's windows equivalent.

An exception of type 'System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException' occurred in System.Data.dll

using (var cmd = new SqlCommand("SELECT EmpName FROM [Employee] WHERE EmpID = @id", con))

put [] around table name ;)

Cannot get to $rootScope

I've found the following "pattern" to be very useful:

MainCtrl.$inject = ['$scope', '$rootScope', '$location', 'socket', ...];
function MainCtrl (scope, rootscope, location, thesocket, ...) {

where, MainCtrl is a controller. I am uncomfortable relying on the parameter names of the Controller function doing a one-for-one mimic of the instances for fear that I might change names and muck things up. I much prefer explicitly using $inject for this purpose.

Line break in SSRS expression

If your placeholder is in html enabled mode then "<br />" will work as a newline

How to "flatten" a multi-dimensional array to simple one in PHP?

Sorry for necrobumping, but none of the provided answers did what I intuitively understood as "flattening a multidimensional array". Namely this case:

[
  'a' => [
    'b' => 'value',
  ]
]

all of the provided solutions would flatten it into just ['value'], but that loses information about the key and the depth, plus if you have another 'b' key somewhere else, it will overwrite them.

I wanted to get a result like this:

[
  'a_b' => 'value',
]

array_walk_recursive doesn't pass the information about the key it's currently recursing, so I did it with just plain recursion:

function flatten($array, $prefix = '') {
    $return = [];
    foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
        if (is_array($value)) {
            $return = array_merge($return, flatten($value, $prefix . $key . '_'));
        } else {
            $return[$prefix . $key] = $value;
        }
    }
    return $return;
}

Modify the $prefix and '_' separator to your liking.

Playground here: https://3v4l.org/0B8hf

What are the recommendations for html <base> tag?

have also a site where base - tag is used, and the problem described occured. ( after upgrading jquery ), was able to fix it by having tab urls like this:

<li><a href="{$smarty.server.REQUEST_URI}#tab_1"></li>

this makes them "local"

references i used:

http://bugs.jqueryui.com/ticket/7822 http://htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/head/base.html http://tjvantoll.com/2013/02/17/using-jquery-ui-tabs-with-the-base-tag/

MySQL query to get column names?

if you use php, use this gist.

it can get select fields full info with no result,and all custom fields such as:

SELECT a.name aname, b.name bname, b.* 
FROM table1 a LEFT JOIN table2 b
ON a.id = b.pid;

if above sql return no data,will also get the field names aname, bname, b's other field name

just two line:

$query_info = mysqli_query($link, $data_source);
$fetch_fields_result = $query_info->fetch_fields();

Set line spacing

If you want condensed lines, you can set same value for font-size and line-height

In your CSS file

.condensedlines {              
    font-size:   10pt;
    line-height: 10pt;  /* try also a bit smaller line-height */
}

In your HTML file

<p class="condensedlines">
bla bla bla bla bla bla <br>
bla bla bla bla bla bla <br>
bla bla bla bla bla bla <br>
</p>

--> Play with this snippet on jsfiddle.net

You can also increase line-height for fine line spacing control:

.mylinespacing {
    font-size:   10pt;
    line-height: 14pt; /* 14 = 10 + 2 above + 2 below */
}

Creating a singleton in Python

Using a function attribute is also very simple

def f():
    if not hasattr(f, 'value'):
        setattr(f, 'value', singletonvalue)
    return f.value

Excel: VLOOKUP that returns true or false?

ISNA is the best function to use. I just did. I wanted all cells whose value was NOT in an array to conditionally format to a certain color.

=ISNA(VLOOKUP($A2,Sheet1!$A:$D,2,FALSE))

Getting the HTTP Referrer in ASP.NET

Like this: HttpRequest.UrlReferrer Property

Uri myReferrer = Request.UrlReferrer;
string actual = myReferrer.ToString();

React native ERROR Packager can't listen on port 8081

Ubuntu/Unix && MacOS

My Metro Bundler was stuck and there were lots of node processes running but I didn't have any other development going on besides react-native, so I ran:

$ killall -9 node

The Metro Bundler is running through node on port 8081 by default, and it can encounter issues sometimes whereby it gets stuck (usually due to pressing CTRL+S in rapid succession with hot reloading on). If you press CTRL+C to kill the react-native run-android process, you will suddenly have a bad time because react-native-run-android will get stuck on :

Scanning folders for symlinks in /home/poop/dev/some-app/node_modules (41ms)

Fix:

$ killall -9 node

$ react-native run-android

Note: if you are developing other apps at the time, killing all the node proceses may interrupt them or any node-based services you have running, so be mindful of the sweeping nature of killall -9. If you aren't running a node-based database or app or you don't mind manually restarting them, then you should be good to go.

The reason I leave this detailed answer on this semi-unrelated question is that mine is a solution to a common semi-related problem that sadly requires 2 steps to fix but luckily only takes 2 steps get back to work.

If you want to surgically remove exactly the Metro Bundler garbage on port 8081, do the steps in the answer from RC_02, which are:

$ sudo lsof -i :8081

$ kill -9 23583

(where 23583 is the process ID)

Joining Multiple Tables - Oracle

I recommend that you get in the habit, right now, of using ANSI-style joins, meaning you should use the INNER JOIN, LEFT OUTER JOIN, RIGHT OUTER JOIN, FULL OUTER JOIN, and CROSS JOIN elements in your SQL statements rather than using the "old-style" joins where all the tables are named together in the FROM clause and all the join conditions are put in the the WHERE clause. ANSI-style joins are easier to understand and less likely to be miswritten and/or misinterpreted than "old-style" joins.

I'd rewrite your query as:

SELECT bc.firstname,
       bc.lastname,
       b.title,
       TO_CHAR(bo.orderdate, 'MM/DD/YYYY') "Order Date",
       p.publishername
FROM BOOK_CUSTOMER bc
INNER JOIN books b
  ON b.BOOK_ID = bc.BOOK_ID
INNER JOIN  book_order bo
  ON bo.BOOK_ID = b.BOOK_ID
INNER JOIN publisher p
  ON p.PUBLISHER_ID = b.PUBLISHER_ID
WHERE p.publishername = 'PRINTING IS US';

Share and enjoy.

Batch Script to Run as Administrator

Solutions that did not work

No: The - create a shortcut [ -> Compatibility -> "run this program as an administrator" ] solution does not work.

This option is greyed out in Windows 7. Even with UAC disabled

No: The runas /env /user:domain\Administrator <program.exe/command you want to execute> is also not sufficient because it will prompt the user for the admin password.

Solution that worked

Yes: Disable UAC -> Create a job using task scheduler, this worked for me.

  • Create a job under task scheduler and make it run as a user with administrator permissions.
  • Explicitly mark: "Run with highest privileges"
  • Disable UAC so there will be no prompt to run this task

You can let the script enable UAC afterwards by editing the registry if you would want. In my case this script is ran only once by creation of a windows virtual machine, where UAC is disabled in the image.

Still looking forward for the best approach for a script run as admin without too much hassle.

How to upload files to server using JSP/Servlet?

Without component or external Library in Tomcat 6 o 7

Enabling Upload in the web.xml file:

http://joseluisbz.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/manually-installing-php-tomcat-and-httpd-lounge/#Enabling%20File%20Uploads.

<servlet>
    <servlet-name>jsp</servlet-name>
    <servlet-class>org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServlet</servlet-class>
    <multipart-config>
      <max-file-size>3145728</max-file-size>
      <max-request-size>5242880</max-request-size>
    </multipart-config>
    <init-param>
        <param-name>fork</param-name>
        <param-value>false</param-value>
    </init-param>
    <init-param>
        <param-name>xpoweredBy</param-name>
        <param-value>false</param-value>
    </init-param>
    <load-on-startup>3</load-on-startup>
</servlet>

AS YOU CAN SEE:

    <multipart-config>
      <max-file-size>3145728</max-file-size>
      <max-request-size>5242880</max-request-size>
    </multipart-config>

Uploading Files using JSP. Files:

In the html file

<form method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data" name="Form" >

  <input type="file" name="fFoto" id="fFoto" value="" /></td>
  <input type="file" name="fResumen" id="fResumen" value=""/>

In the JSP File or Servlet

    InputStream isFoto = request.getPart("fFoto").getInputStream();
    InputStream isResu = request.getPart("fResumen").getInputStream();
    ByteArrayOutputStream baos = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
    byte buf[] = new byte[8192];
    int qt = 0;
    while ((qt = isResu.read(buf)) != -1) {
      baos.write(buf, 0, qt);
    }
    String sResumen = baos.toString();

Edit your code to servlet requirements, like max-file-size, max-request-size and other options that you can to set...

How to get file name when user select a file via <input type="file" />?

You can use the next code:

JS

    function showname () {
      var name = document.getElementById('fileInput'); 
      alert('Selected file: ' + name.files.item(0).name);
      alert('Selected file: ' + name.files.item(0).size);
      alert('Selected file: ' + name.files.item(0).type);
    };

HTML

<body>
    <p>
        <input type="file" id="fileInput" multiple onchange="showname()"/>
    </p>    
</body>

ReactJS - Does render get called any time "setState" is called?

Does React re-render all components and sub-components every time setState is called?

By default - yes.

There is a method boolean shouldComponentUpdate(object nextProps, object nextState), each component has this method and it's responsible to determine "should component update (run render function)?" every time you change state or pass new props from parent component.

You can write your own implementation of shouldComponentUpdate method for your component, but default implementation always returns true - meaning always re-run render function.

Quote from official docs http://facebook.github.io/react/docs/component-specs.html#updating-shouldcomponentupdate

By default, shouldComponentUpdate always returns true to prevent subtle bugs when the state is mutated in place, but if you are careful to always treat the state as immutable and to read-only from props and state in render() then you can override shouldComponentUpdate with an implementation that compares the old props and state to their replacements.

Next part of your question:

If so, why? I thought the idea was that React only rendered as little as needed - when the state changed.

There are two steps of what we may call "render":

  1. Virtual DOM renders: when render method is called it returns a new virtual dom structure of the component. As I mentioned before, this render method is called always when you call setState(), because shouldComponentUpdate always returns true by default. So, by default, there is no optimization here in React.

  2. Native DOM renders: React changes real DOM nodes in your browser only if they were changed in the Virtual DOM and as little as needed - this is that great React's feature which optimizes real DOM mutation and makes React fast.

Error during installing HAXM, VT-X not working

I had the same problem. I tried everything I found in the Internet except setting bit in CPU. My friend suggeted me to install VirtualBox. And it works now)

How can strip whitespaces in PHP's variable?

If you want to remove all whitespaces everywhere from $tags why not just:

str_replace(' ', '', $tags);

If you want to remove new lines and such that would require a bit more...

Why is &#65279; appearing in my HTML?

Here's my 2 cents: I had the same problem and I tried using Notepad++ to convert to UTF-8 no BOM, and also the old "copy to MS notepad then back again" trick, all to no avail. My problem was solved by making sure all files (and 'included' files) were the same file system; I had some files that were Windows format and some that had been copied off a remote Linux server, so were in UNIX format.

Escape curly brace '{' in String.Format

Use double braces {{ or }} so your code becomes:

sb.AppendLine(String.Format("public {0} {1} {{ get; private set; }}", 
prop.Type, prop.Name));

// For prop.Type of "Foo" and prop.Name of "Bar", the result would be:
// public Foo Bar { get; private set; }

"Sub or Function not defined" when trying to run a VBA script in Outlook

I need to add that, if the Module name and the sub name is the same you have such issue. Consider change the Module name to mod_Test instead of "Test" which is the same as the sub.

isPrime Function for Python Language

def is_prime(x):  
    if x<2:  
        return False  
    elif x == 2:  
        return True  
    else:  
        for n in range(2, x):  
            if x%n==0:  
                return False  
        return True

Convert Unicode to ASCII without errors in Python

If you have a string line, you can use the .encode([encoding], [errors='strict']) method for strings to convert encoding types.

line = 'my big string'

line.encode('ascii', 'ignore')

For more information about handling ASCII and unicode in Python, this is a really useful site: https://docs.python.org/2/howto/unicode.html

How can I get the order ID in WooCommerce?

$order = new WC_Order( $post_id ); 

If you

echo $order->id;

then you'll be returned the id of the post from which the order is made. As you've already got that, it's probably not what you want.

echo $order->get_order_number();

will return the id of the order (with a # in front of it). To get rid of the #,

echo trim( str_replace( '#', '', $order->get_order_number() ) );

as per the accepted answer.

Rendering partial view on button click in ASP.NET MVC

Change the button to

<button id="search">Search</button>

and add the following script

var url = '@Url.Action("DisplaySearchResults", "Search")';
$('#search').click(function() {
  var keyWord = $('#Keyword').val();
  $('#searchResults').load(url, { searchText: keyWord });
})

and modify the controller method to accept the search text

public ActionResult DisplaySearchResults(string searchText)
{
  var model = // build list based on parameter searchText
   return PartialView("SearchResults", model);
}

The jQuery .load method calls your controller method, passing the value of the search text and updates the contents of the <div> with the partial view.

Side note: The use of a <form> tag and @Html.ValidationSummary() and @Html.ValidationMessageFor() are probably not necessary here. Your never returning the Index view so ValidationSummary makes no sense and I assume you want a null search text to return all results, and in any case you do not have any validation attributes for property Keyword so there is nothing to validate.

Edit

Based on OP's comments that SearchCriterionModel will contain multiple properties with validation attributes, then the approach would be to include a submit button and handle the forms .submit() event

<input type="submit" value="Search" />

var url = '@Url.Action("DisplaySearchResults", "Search")';
$('form').submit(function() {
  if (!$(this).valid()) { 
    return false; // prevent the ajax call if validation errors
  }
  var form = $(this).serialize();
  $('#searchResults').load(url, form);
  return false; // prevent the default submit action
})

and the controller method would be

public ActionResult DisplaySearchResults(SearchCriterionModel criteria)
{
  var model = // build list based on the properties of criteria
  return PartialView("SearchResults", model);
}

How to center a component in Material-UI and make it responsive?

Since you are going to use this in a login page. Here is a code I used in a Login page using Material-UI

<Grid
  container
  spacing={0}
  direction="column"
  alignItems="center"
  justify="center"
  style={{ minHeight: '100vh' }}
>

  <Grid item xs={3}>
    <LoginForm />
  </Grid>   

</Grid> 

this will make this login form at the center of the screen.

But still IE doesn't support the Material-UI Grid and you will see some misplaced content in IE.

Hope this will help you.

Jquery-How to grey out the background while showing the loading icon over it

1) "container" is a class and not an ID 2) .container - set z-index and display: none in your CSS and not inline unless there is a really good reason to do so. Demo@fiddle

$("#button").click(function() {
    $(".container").css("opacity", 0.2);
   $("#loading-img").css({"display": "block"});
});

CSS:

#loading-img {
    background: url(http://web.bogdanteodoru.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/bouncy-css3-loading-animation.jpg) center center no-repeat;  /* different for testing purposes */
    display: none;
    height: 100px; /* for testing purposes */
    z-index: 12;
}

And a demo with animated image.

Using Javascript in CSS

To facilitate potentially solving your problem given the information you've provided, I'm going to assume you're seeking dynamic CSS. If this is the case, you can use a server-side scripting language to do so. For example (and I absolutely love doing things like this):

styles.css.php:

body
 {
margin: 0px;
font-family: Verdana;
background-color: #cccccc;
background-image: url('<?php
echo 'images/flag_bg/' . $user_country . '.png';
?>');
 }

This would set the background image to whatever was stored in the $user_country variable. This is only one example of dynamic CSS; there are virtually limitless possibilities when combining CSS and server-side code. Another case would be doing something like allowing the user to create a custom theme, storing it in a database, and then using PHP to set various properties, like so:

user_theme.css.php:

body
 {
background-color: <?php echo $user_theme['BG_COLOR']; ?>;
color: <?php echo $user_theme['COLOR']; ?>;
font-family: <?php echo $user_theme['FONT']; ?>;
 }

#panel
 {
font-size: <?php echo $user_theme['FONT_SIZE']; ?>;
background-image: <?php echo $user_theme['PANEL_BG']; ?>;
 }

Once again, though, this is merely an off-the-top-of-the-head example; harnessing the power of dynamic CSS via server-side scripting can lead to some pretty incredible stuff.

VARCHAR to DECIMAL

You are missing the fact that 6.999,50 is not a valid decimal. You can't have a comma and a decimal point in a decimal value surely? What number is it supposed to be?

Assuming your locale specifies . as grouping and , as decimal separator: To remove the grouping digits:

SELECT CONVERT(decimal(11,2), REPLACE('6.999,50', '.', ''))

will yield 6999,50 as a decimal

How to center a navigation bar with CSS or HTML?

The best way to fix it I have looked for the code or trick how to center nav menu and found the real solutions it works for all browsers and for my friends ;)

Here is how I have done:

body {
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
}

div maincontainer {
    margin: 0 auto;
    width: ___px;
    text-align: center;
}

ul {
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
}

ul li {
    margin-left: auto;
    margin-right: auto;
}

and do not forget to set doctype html5

How to switch between hide and view password

I feel I want answer this question even there some good answers ,

according to documentation TransformationMethod do our mission

TransformationMethod

TextView uses TransformationMethods to do things like replacing the characters of passwords with dots, or keeping the newline characters from causing line breaks in single-line text fields.

Notice I use butter knife, but its the same if user check show password

@OnCheckedChanged(R.id.showpass)
    public void onChecked(boolean checked){
        if(checked){
            et_password.setTransformationMethod(null);
        }else {
            et_password.setTransformationMethod(new PasswordTransformationMethod());
            
        }
       // cursor reset his position so we need set position to the end of text
        et_password.setSelection(et_password.getText().length());
    }

How is TeamViewer so fast?

Oddly. but in my experience TeamViewer is not faster/more responsive than VNC, only easier to setup. I have a couple of win-boxen that I VNC over OpenVPN into (so there is another overhead layer) and that's on cheap Cable (512 up) and I find properly setup TightVNC to be much more responsive than TeamViewer to same boxen. RDP (naturally) even more so since by large part it sends GUI draw commands instead of bitmap tiles.

Which brings us to:

  1. Why are you not using VNC? There are plethora of open source solutions, and Tight is probably on top of it's game right now.

  2. Advanced VNC implementations use lossy compression and that seems to achieve better results than your choice of PNG. Also, IIRC the rest of the payload is also squashed using zlib. Bothj Tight and UltraVNC have very optimized algos, especially for windows. On top of that Tight is open-source.

  3. If win boxen are your primary target RDP may be a better option, and has an opensource implementation (rdesktop)

  4. If *nix boxen are your primary target NX may be a better option and has an open source implementation (FreeNX, albeit not as optimised as NoMachine's proprietary product).

If compressing JPEG is a performance issue for your algo, I'm pretty sure that image comparison would still take away some performance. I'd bet they use best-case compression for every specific situation ie lossy for large frames, some quick and dirty internall losless for smaller ones, compare bits of images and send only diffs of sort and bunch of other optimisation tricks.

And a lot of those tricks must be present in Tight > 2.0 since again, in my experience it beats the hell out of TeamViewer performance wyse, YMMV.

Also the choice of a JIT compiled runtime over something like C++ might take a slice from your performance edge, especially in memory constrained machines (a lot of performance tuning goes to the toilet when windows start using the pagefile intensively). And you will need memory to keep previous image states for internal comparison atop of what DF mirage gives you.

Removing duplicate rows from table in Oracle

create table t2 as select distinct * from t1;

Laravel - Session store not set on request

If you are using CSRF enter 'before'=>'csrf'

In your case Route::get('auth/login', ['before'=>'csrf','uses' => 'Auth\AuthController@getLogin', 'as' => 'login']);

For more details view Laravel 5 Documentation Security Protecting Routes

Writelines writes lines without newline, Just fills the file

The documentation for writelines() states:

writelines() does not add line separators

So you'll need to add them yourself. For example:

    line_list.append(new_line + "\n")

whenever you append a new item to line_list.

How to create a oracle sql script spool file

To spool from a BEGIN END block is pretty simple. For example if you need to spool result from two tables into a file, then just use the for loop. Sample code is given below.

BEGIN

FOR x IN 
(
    SELECT COLUMN1,COLUMN2 FROM TABLE1
    UNION ALL
    SELECT COLUMN1,COLUMN2 FROM TABLEB
)    
LOOP
    dbms_output.put_line(x.COLUMN1 || '|' || x.COLUMN2);
END LOOP;

END;
/

The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process (File is created but contains nothing)

using (var fs = new FileStream(filePath, FileMode.Append, FileAccess.Write, FileShare.ReadWrite))
using (var sw = new StreamWriter(fs))
{
    sw.WriteLine(message);
}

How to get the insert ID in JDBC?

Instead of a comment, I just want to answer post.


Interface java.sql.PreparedStatement

  1. columnIndexes « You can use prepareStatement function that accepts columnIndexes and SQL statement. Where columnIndexes allowed constant flags are Statement.RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS1 or Statement.NO_GENERATED_KEYS[2], SQL statement that may contain one or more '?' IN parameter placeholders.

    SYNTAX «

    Connection.prepareStatement(String sql, int autoGeneratedKeys)
    Connection.prepareStatement(String sql, int[] columnIndexes)
    

    Example:

    PreparedStatement pstmt = 
        conn.prepareStatement( insertSQL, Statement.RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS );
    

  1. columnNames « List out the columnNames like 'id', 'uniqueID', .... in the target table that contain the auto-generated keys that should be returned. The driver will ignore them if the SQL statement is not an INSERT statement.

    SYNTAX «

    Connection.prepareStatement(String sql, String[] columnNames)
    

    Example:

    String columnNames[] = new String[] { "id" };
    PreparedStatement pstmt = conn.prepareStatement( insertSQL, columnNames );
    

Full Example:

public static void insertAutoIncrement_SQL(String UserName, String Language, String Message) {
    String DB_URL = "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/test", DB_User = "root", DB_Password = "";

    String insertSQL = "INSERT INTO `unicodeinfo`( `UserName`, `Language`, `Message`) VALUES (?,?,?)";
            //"INSERT INTO `unicodeinfo`(`id`, `UserName`, `Language`, `Message`) VALUES (?,?,?,?)";
    int primkey = 0 ;
    try {
        Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver").newInstance();
        Connection conn = DriverManager.getConnection(DB_URL, DB_User, DB_Password);

        String columnNames[] = new String[] { "id" };

        PreparedStatement pstmt = conn.prepareStatement( insertSQL, columnNames );
        pstmt.setString(1, UserName );
        pstmt.setString(2, Language );
        pstmt.setString(3, Message );

        if (pstmt.executeUpdate() > 0) {
            // Retrieves any auto-generated keys created as a result of executing this Statement object
            java.sql.ResultSet generatedKeys = pstmt.getGeneratedKeys();
            if ( generatedKeys.next() ) {
                primkey = generatedKeys.getInt(1);
            }
        }
        System.out.println("Record updated with id = "+primkey);
    } catch (InstantiationException | IllegalAccessException | ClassNotFoundException | SQLException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}

Overloading operators in typedef structs (c++)

The breakdown of your declaration and its members is somewhat littered:

Remove the typedef

The typedef is neither required, not desired for class/struct declarations in C++. Your members have no knowledge of the declaration of pos as-written, which is core to your current compilation failure.

Change this:

typedef struct {....} pos;

To this:

struct pos { ... };

Remove extraneous inlines

You're both declaring and defining your member operators within the class definition itself. The inline keyword is not needed so long as your implementations remain in their current location (the class definition)


Return references to *this where appropriate

This is related to an abundance of copy-constructions within your implementation that should not be done without a strong reason for doing so. It is related to the expression ideology of the following:

a = b = c;

This assigns c to b, and the resulting value b is then assigned to a. This is not equivalent to the following code, contrary to what you may think:

a = c;
b = c;

Therefore, your assignment operator should be implemented as such:

pos& operator =(const pos& a)
{
    x = a.x;
    y = a.y;
    return *this;
}

Even here, this is not needed. The default copy-assignment operator will do the above for you free of charge (and code! woot!)

Note: there are times where the above should be avoided in favor of the copy/swap idiom. Though not needed for this specific case, it may look like this:

pos& operator=(pos a) // by-value param invokes class copy-ctor
{
    this->swap(a);
    return *this;
}

Then a swap method is implemented:

void pos::swap(pos& obj)
{
    // TODO: swap object guts with obj
}

You do this to utilize the class copy-ctor to make a copy, then utilize exception-safe swapping to perform the exchange. The result is the incoming copy departs (and destroys) your object's old guts, while your object assumes ownership of there's. Read more the copy/swap idiom here, along with the pros and cons therein.


Pass objects by const reference when appropriate

All of your input parameters to all of your members are currently making copies of whatever is being passed at invoke. While it may be trivial for code like this, it can be very expensive for larger object types. An exampleis given here:

Change this:

bool operator==(pos a) const{
    if(a.x==x && a.y== y)return true;
    else return false;
}

To this: (also simplified)

bool operator==(const pos& a) const
{
    return (x == a.x && y == a.y);
}

No copies of anything are made, resulting in more efficient code.


Finally, in answering your question, what is the difference between a member function or operator declared as const and one that is not?

A const member declares that invoking that member will not modifying the underlying object (mutable declarations not withstanding). Only const member functions can be invoked against const objects, or const references and pointers. For example, your operator +() does not modify your local object and thus should be declared as const. Your operator =() clearly modifies the local object, and therefore the operator should not be const.


Summary

struct pos
{
    int x;
    int y;

    // default + parameterized constructor
    pos(int x=0, int y=0) 
        : x(x), y(y)
    {
    }

    // assignment operator modifies object, therefore non-const
    pos& operator=(const pos& a)
    {
        x=a.x;
        y=a.y;
        return *this;
    }

    // addop. doesn't modify object. therefore const.
    pos operator+(const pos& a) const
    {
        return pos(a.x+x, a.y+y);
    }

    // equality comparison. doesn't modify object. therefore const.
    bool operator==(const pos& a) const
    {
        return (x == a.x && y == a.y);
    }
};

EDIT OP wanted to see how an assignment operator chain works. The following demonstrates how this:

a = b = c;

Is equivalent to this:

b = c;
a = b;

And that this does not always equate to this:

a = c;
b = c;

Sample code:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;

struct obj
{
    std::string name;
    int value;

    obj(const std::string& name, int value)
        : name(name), value(value)
    {
    }

    obj& operator =(const obj& o)
    {
        cout << name << " = " << o.name << endl;
        value = (o.value+1); // note: our value is one more than the rhs.
        return *this;
    }    
};

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{

    obj a("a", 1), b("b", 2), c("c", 3);

    a = b = c;
    cout << "a.value = " << a.value << endl;
    cout << "b.value = " << b.value << endl;
    cout << "c.value = " << c.value << endl;

    a = c;
    b = c;
    cout << "a.value = " << a.value << endl;
    cout << "b.value = " << b.value << endl;
    cout << "c.value = " << c.value << endl;

    return 0;
}

Output

b = c
a = b
a.value = 5
b.value = 4
c.value = 3
a = c
b = c
a.value = 4
b.value = 4
c.value = 3

JSON for List of int

Assuming your ints are 0, 375, 668,5 and 6:

{
    "Id": "610",
    "Name": "15",
    "Description": "1.99",
    "ItemModList": [
                       0,
                       375,
                       668,
                       5,
                       6
                   ]
}

I suggest that you change "Id": "610" to "Id": 610 since it is a integer/long and not a string. You can read more about the JSON format and examples here http://json.org/

how to get 2 digits after decimal point in tsql?

You could cast it to DECIMAL and specify the scale to be 2 digits

decimal and numeric

So, something like

DECLARE @i AS FLOAT = 2
SELECT @i / 3
SELECT CAST(@i / 3 AS DECIMAL(18,2))

SQLFiddle DEMO

I would however recomend that this be done in the UI/Report layer, as this will cuase loss of precision.

Formatting (in my opinion) should happen on the UI/Report/Display level.

How can I make a clickable link in an NSAttributedString?

Use UITextView and set dataDetectorTypes for Link.

like this:

testTextView.editable = false 
testTextView.dataDetectorTypes = .link

If you want to detect link, phone number,address etc..then

testTextView.dataDetectorTypes = .all

Align nav-items to right side in bootstrap-4

Navbar expanded

Navbar collapsed

I have a working codepen with left- and right-aligned nav links that all collapse into a responsive menu together using .justify-content-between on the parent tag: https://codepen.io/epan/pen/bREVVW?editors=1000

<nav class="navbar navbar-toggleable-sm navbar-inverse bg-inverse">
  <button class="navbar-toggler navbar-toggler-right" type="button" data-toggle="collapse" data-target="#navbar"     aria-controls="navbarNavAltMarkup" aria-expanded="false" aria-label="Toggle navigation">
    <span class="navbar-toggler-icon"></span>
  </button>
  <a class="navbar-brand" href="#">Acme</a>
  <div class="collapse navbar-collapse justify-content-between" id="navbar">
    <div class="navbar-nav">
      <a class="nav-item nav-link" href="#">Ball Bearings</a>
      <a class="nav-item nav-link" href="#">TNT Boxes</a>
    </div>
    <div class="navbar-nav">
      <a class="nav-item nav-link" href="#">Logout</a>
    </div>
  </div>
</nav>

TypeError [ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE]: The "path" argument must be of type string. Received type undefined raised when starting react app

If you have ejected, this is the proper way to fix this issue:

find this file config/webpackDevServer.config.js and then inside this file find the following line:

app.use(noopServiceWorkerMiddleware());

You should change it to:

app.use(noopServiceWorkerMiddleware('/'));

For me(and probably most of you) the service worker is served at the root of the project. In case it's different for you, you can pass your base path instead.

Check if an array item is set in JS

var is a statement... so it's a reserved word... So just call it another way. And that's a better way of doing it (=== is better than ==)

if(typeof array[name] !== 'undefined') {
    alert("Has var");
} else {
    alert("Doesn't have var");
}

Go to Matching Brace in Visual Studio?

On the Swiss-French keyboard : use CTRL + SHIFT + ^

Java code for getting current time

try this to get the current date.You can also get current hour, minutes and seconds by using getters :

new Date(System.currentTimeMillis()).get....()

Change the URL in the browser without loading the new page using JavaScript

A more simple answer i present,

window.history.pushState(null, null, "/abc")

this will add /abc after the domain name in the browser URL. Just copy this code and paste it in the browser console and see the URL changing to "https://stackoverflow.com/abc"

MS Access - execute a saved query by name in VBA

You should investigate why VBA can't find queryname.

I have a saved query named qryAddLoginfoRow. It inserts a row with the current time into my loginfo table. That query runs successfully when called by name by CurrentDb.Execute.

CurrentDb.Execute "qryAddLoginfoRow"

My guess is that either queryname is a variable holding the name of a query which doesn't exist in the current database's QueryDefs collection, or queryname is the literal name of an existing query but you didn't enclose it in quotes.

Edit: You need to find a way to accept that queryname does not exist in the current db's QueryDefs collection. Add these 2 lines to your VBA code just before the CurrentDb.Execute line.

Debug.Print "queryname = '" & queryname & "'"
Debug.Print CurrentDb.QueryDefs(queryname).Name

The second of those 2 lines will trigger run-time error 3265, "Item not found in this collection." Then go to the Immediate window to verify the name of the query you're asking CurrentDb to Execute.

SQL update statement in C#

string constr = @"Data Source=(LocalDB)\v11.0;Initial Catalog=Bank;Integrated Security=True;Pooling=False";
SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(constr);
DataSet ds = new DataSet();
con.Open();
SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(" UPDATE Account  SET name = Aleesha, CID = 24 Where name =Areeba and CID =11 )";
cmd.ExecuteNonQuery();

Android. WebView and loadData

The safest way to load htmlContent in a Web view is to:

  1. use base64 encoding (official recommendation)
  2. specify UFT-8 for html content type, i.e., "text/html; charset=utf-8" instead of "text/html" (personal advice)

"Base64 encoding" is an official recommendation that has been written again (already present in Javadoc) in the latest 01/2019 bug in Chrominium (present in WebView M72 (72.0.3626.76)):

https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=929083

Official statement from Chromium team:

"Recommended fix:
Our team recommends you encode data with Base64. We've provided examples for how to do so:

This fix is backwards compatible (it works on earlier WebView versions), and should also be future-proof (you won't hit future compatibility problems with respect to content encoding)."

Code sample:

webView.loadData(
    Base64.encodeToString(
        htmlContent.getBytes(StandardCharsets.UTF_8),
        Base64.DEFAULT), // encode in Base64 encoded 
    "text/html; charset=utf-8", // utf-8 html content (personal recommendation)
    "base64"); // always use Base64 encoded data: NEVER PUT "utf-8" here (using base64 or not): This is wrong! 

Multiple Indexes vs Multi-Column Indexes

Yes. I recommend you check out Kimberly Tripp's articles on indexing.

If an index is "covering", then there is no need to use anything but the index. In SQL Server 2005, you can also add additional columns to the index that are not part of the key which can eliminate trips to the rest of the row.

Having multiple indexes, each on a single column may mean that only one index gets used at all - you will have to refer to the execution plan to see what effects different indexing schemes offer.

You can also use the tuning wizard to help determine what indexes would make a given query or workload perform the best.

Get type name without full namespace

typeof(T).Name // class name, no namespace
typeof(T).FullName // namespace and class name
typeof(T).Namespace // namespace, no class name

What is the default value for enum variable?

It is whatever member of the enumeration represents the value 0. Specifically, from the documentation:

The default value of an enum E is the value produced by the expression (E)0.

As an example, take the following enum:

enum E
{
    Foo, Bar, Baz, Quux
}

Without overriding the default values, printing default(E) returns Foo since it's the first-occurring element.

However, it is not always the case that 0 of an enum is represented by the first member. For example, if you do this:

enum F
{
    // Give each element a custom value
    Foo = 1, Bar = 2, Baz = 3, Quux = 0
}

Printing default(F) will give you Quux, not Foo.

If none of the elements in an enum G correspond to 0:

enum G
{
    Foo = 1, Bar = 2, Baz = 3, Quux = 4
}

default(G) returns literally 0, although its type remains as G (as quoted by the docs above, a cast to the given enum type).

How to get First and Last record from a sql query?

In some cases - when not so many columns - useful the WINDOW functions FIRST_VALUE() and LAST_VALUE().

 SELECT
    FIRST_VALUE(timestamp) over (ORDER BY timestamp ASC) as created_dt,
    LAST_VALUE(timestamp) over (ORDER BY timestamp ASC) as last_update_dt,
    LAST_VALUE(action) over (ORDER BY timestamp ASC) as last_action
FROM events

This query sort data only once.

It can be used for getting fisrt and last rows by some ID

SELECT DISTINCT
    order_id,
    FIRST_VALUE(timestamp) over (PARTITION BY order_id ORDER BY timestamp ASC) as created_dt,
    LAST_VALUE(timestamp) over (PARTITION BY order_id ORDER BY timestamp ASC) as last_update_dt,
    LAST_VALUE(action) over (PARTITION BY order_id ORDER BY timestamp ASC) as last_action

FROM events as x

How can I clear event subscriptions in C#?

class c1
{
    event EventHandler someEvent;
    ResetSubscriptions() => someEvent = delegate { };
}

It is better to use delegate { } than null to avoid the null ref exception.

How to get JSON from URL in JavaScript?

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    const response = await fetch('paste URL');_x000D_
    console.log(await response.json())_x000D_
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How to use Utilities.sleep() function

Some Google services do not like to be used to much. Quite recently my account was locked because of script, which was sending two e-mails per second to the same user. Google considered it as a spam. So using sleep here is also justified to prevent such situations.