Programs & Examples On #Enumset

A specialized Set implementation for use with enum types. EnumSet class exists to take advantage of the efficient implementations that are possible when the number of possible elements is fixed and a unique index can be assigned to each.

Filling a List with all enum values in Java

Class.getEnumConstants()

List<SOME_ENUM> enumList = Arrays.asList(SOME_ENUM.class.getEnumConstants());

Inserting a PDF file in LaTeX

Use the pdfpages package.

\usepackage{pdfpages}

To include all the pages in the PDF file:

\includepdf[pages=-]{myfile.pdf}

To include just the first page of a PDF:

\includepdf[pages={1}]{myfile.pdf}

Run texdoc pdfpages in a shell to see the complete manual for pdfpages.

A Generic error occurred in GDI+ in Bitmap.Save method

I was facing the same issue A generic error occurred in GDI+ on saving while working on MVC app, I was getting this error because I was writing wrong path to save image, I corrected saving path and it worked fine for me.

img1.Save(Server.MapPath("/Upload/test.png", System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Png);


--Above code need one change, as you need to put close brackets on Server.MapPath() method after writing its param.

Like this-

img1.Save(Server.MapPath("/Upload/test.png"), System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Png);

How can I display a pdf document into a Webview?

Actually all of the solutions were pretty complex, and I found a really simple solution (I'm not sure if it is available for all sdk versions). It will open the pdf document in a preview window where the user is able to view and save/share the document:

webView.setDownloadListener(DownloadListener { url, userAgent, contentDisposition, mimetype, contentLength ->
     val i = Intent(Intent.ACTION_QUICK_VIEW)
     i.data = Uri.parse(url)
     if (i.resolveActivity(getPackageManager()) != null) {
            startActivity(i)
     } else {
            val i2 = Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW)
            i2.data = Uri.parse(url)
            startActivity(i2)
     }
})

(Kotlin)

Can I nest a <button> element inside an <a> using HTML5?

It would be really weird if that was valid, and I would expect it to be invalid. What should it mean to have one clickable element inside of another clickable element? Which is it -- a button, or a link?

Bootstrap 3: Offset isn't working?

If I get you right, you want something that seems to be the opposite of what is desired normally: you want a horizontal layout for small screens and vertically stacked elements on large screens. You may achieve this in a way like this:

<div class="container">
    <div class="row">
        <div class="hidden-md hidden-lg col-xs-3 col-xs-offset-6">a</div>
        <div class="hidden-md hidden-lg col-xs-3">b</div>
    </div>
    <div class="row">
        <div class="hidden-xs hidden-sm">c</div>

    </div>
</div>

On small screens, i.e. xs and sm, this generates one row with two columns with an offset of 6. On larger screens, i.e. md and lg, it generates two vertically stacked elements in full width (12 columns).

How can I get a Unicode character's code?

A more complete, albeit more verbose, way of doing this would be to use the Character.codePointAt method. This will handle 'high surrogate' characters, that cannot be represented by a single integer within the range that a char can represent.

In the example you've given this is not strictly necessary - if the (Unicode) character can fit inside a single (Java) char (such as the registered local variable) then it must fall within the \u0000 to \uffff range, and you won't need to worry about surrogate pairs. But if you're looking at potentially higher code points, from within a String/char array, then calling this method is wise in order to cover the edge cases.

For example, instead of

String input = ...;
char fifthChar = input.charAt(4);
int codePoint = (int)fifthChar;

use

String input = ...;
int codePoint = Character.codePointAt(input, 4);

Not only is this slightly less code in this instance, but it will handle detection of surrogate pairs for you.

Call a method of a controller from another controller using 'scope' in AngularJS

The best approach for you to communicate between the two controllers is to use events.

Scope Documentation

In this check out $on, $broadcast and $emit.

In general use case the usage of angular.element(catapp).scope() was designed for use outside the angular controllers, like within jquery events.

Ideally in your usage you would write an event in controller 1 as:

$scope.$on("myEvent", function (event, args) {
   $scope.rest_id = args.username;
   $scope.getMainCategories();
});

And in the second controller you'd just do

$scope.initRestId = function(){
   $scope.$broadcast("myEvent", {username: $scope.user.username });
};

Edit: Realised it was communication between two modules

Can you try including the firstApp module as a dependency to the secondApp where you declare the angular.module. That way you can communicate to the other app.

Error occurred during initialization of boot layer FindException: Module not found

You say that your module-info.java contains

module myModule {}

That means it declares a module called myModule, not com.pantech.myModule. Pointing this from the command format:

 -m <module-name>/<main-class>

How can I solve Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException error

This is the problem

double a[] = null;

Since a is null, NullPointerException will arise every time you use it until you initialize it. So this:

a[i] = var;

will fail.

A possible solution would be initialize it when declaring it:

double a[] = new double[PUT_A_LENGTH_HERE]; //seems like this constant should be 7

IMO more important than solving this exception, is the fact that you should learn to read the stacktrace and understand what it says, so you could detect the problems and solve it.

java.lang.NullPointerException

This exception means there's a variable with null value being used. How to solve? Just make sure the variable is not null before being used.

at twoten.TwoTenB.(TwoTenB.java:29)

This line has two parts:

  • First, shows the class and method where the error was thrown. In this case, it was at <init> method in class TwoTenB declared in package twoten. When you encounter an error message with SomeClassName.<init>, means the error was thrown while creating a new instance of the class e.g. executing the constructor (in this case that seems to be the problem).
  • Secondly, shows the file and line number location where the error is thrown, which is between parenthesis. This way is easier to spot where the error arose. So you have to look into file TwoTenB.java, line number 29. This seems to be a[i] = var;.

From this line, other lines will be similar to tell you where the error arose. So when reading this:

at javapractice.JavaPractice.main(JavaPractice.java:32)

It means that you were trying to instantiate a TwoTenB object reference inside the main method of your class JavaPractice declared in javapractice package.

What is the worst programming language you ever worked with?

For me it'd have to be FileMaker.

The ScriptMaker

This screenshot shows the until recently named "ScriptMaker", which had many improvements in FileMaker 9 such as Ctrl+C Ctrl+V shortcuts for copying and pasting, and a non-modal dialog so you could edit more than one script at once.

http://images.macnn.com/macnn/reviews/filemaker/9proadvanced-ice_feature1_main.png

You edit individual Scripts using this dialog box. script "steps" (shown on the left) are added into the list on the left hand side (by double clicking), and are moved up and down (using the little blob to the left of "Set Web Viewer"). Only one line can be moved at once, and commenting for the purposes of temporarily disabling script steps is only available in the Advanced version of FileMaker Pro.

Constructing a Script effectively ruins your wrists, as you're swapping between keyboard and mouse thousands of times an hour typing stuff into the the little config boxes and re-arranging your lines of code.

A script is technically a procedure, and can be passed ONE parameter. Yup, just one. If you want more than one, you have to effectively combine your parameters using some delimiter, pass it to the script, then split the parameters out. Before scripts could have parameters at all (before FM7 IIRC), it was normal to use globals to pass data around.

This guy wrapped most of his hate into a hoax FileMaker 11 sneak preview.

Evaluating string "3*(4+2)" yield int 18

This is a simple Expression Evaluator using Stacks

public class MathEvaluator
{
    public static void Run()
    {
        Eval("(1+2)");
        Eval("5*4/2");
        Eval("((3+5)-6)");
    }

    public static void Eval(string input)
    {
        var ans = Evaluate(input);
        Console.WriteLine(input + " = " + ans);
    }

    public static double Evaluate(String input)
    {
        String expr = "(" + input + ")";
        Stack<String> ops = new Stack<String>();
        Stack<Double> vals = new Stack<Double>();

        for (int i = 0; i < expr.Length; i++)
        {
            String s = expr.Substring(i, 1);
            if (s.Equals("(")){}
            else if (s.Equals("+")) ops.Push(s);
            else if (s.Equals("-")) ops.Push(s);
            else if (s.Equals("*")) ops.Push(s);
            else if (s.Equals("/")) ops.Push(s);
            else if (s.Equals("sqrt")) ops.Push(s);
            else if (s.Equals(")"))
            {
                int count = ops.Count;
                while (count > 0)
                {
                    String op = ops.Pop();
                    double v = vals.Pop();
                    if (op.Equals("+")) v = vals.Pop() + v;
                    else if (op.Equals("-")) v = vals.Pop() - v;
                    else if (op.Equals("*")) v = vals.Pop()*v;
                    else if (op.Equals("/")) v = vals.Pop()/v;
                    else if (op.Equals("sqrt")) v = Math.Sqrt(v);
                    vals.Push(v);

                    count--;
                }
            }
            else vals.Push(Double.Parse(s));
        }
        return vals.Pop();
    }
}

jquery-ui-dialog - How to hook into dialog close event

This is what worked for me...

$('#dialog').live("dialogclose", function(){
   //code to run on dialog close
});

WAMP Server ERROR "Forbidden You don't have permission to access /phpmyadmin/ on this server."

I faced this problem

Forbidden You don't have permission to access /phpmyadmin/ on this server

Some help about this:

First check you installed a fresh wamp or replace the existing one. If it's fresh there is no problem, For done existing installation.

Follow these steps.

  1. Open your wamp\bin\mysql directory
  2. Check if in this folder there is another folder of mysql with different name, if exists delete it.
  3. enter to remain mysql folder and delete files with duplication.
  4. start your wamp server again. Wamp will be working.

Find the maximum value in a list of tuples in Python

Use max():

 
Using itemgetter():

In [53]: lis=[(101, 153), (255, 827), (361, 961)]

In [81]: from operator import itemgetter

In [82]: max(lis,key=itemgetter(1))[0]    #faster solution
Out[82]: 361

using lambda:

In [54]: max(lis,key=lambda item:item[1])
Out[54]: (361, 961)

In [55]: max(lis,key=lambda item:item[1])[0]
Out[55]: 361

timeit comparison:

In [30]: %timeit max(lis,key=itemgetter(1))
1000 loops, best of 3: 232 us per loop

In [31]: %timeit max(lis,key=lambda item:item[1])
1000 loops, best of 3: 556 us per loop

String comparison - Android

Try it:

if (Objects.equals(gender, "Male")) {
    salutation ="Mr.";
} else if (Objects.equals(gender, "Female")) {
    salutation ="Ms.";
}

How to make an unaware datetime timezone aware in python

quite new to Python and I encountered the same issue. I find this solution quite simple and for me it works fine (Python 3.6):

unaware=parser.parse("2020-05-01 0:00:00")
aware=unaware.replace(tzinfo=tz.tzlocal()).astimezone(tz.tzlocal())

Convert serial.read() into a useable string using Arduino?

I was asking the same question myself and after some research I found something like that.

It works like a charm for me. I use it to remote control my Arduino.

// Buffer to store incoming commands from serial port
String inData;
    
void setup() {
    Serial.begin(9600);
    Serial.println("Serial conection started, waiting for instructions...");
}
    
void loop() {
    while (Serial.available() > 0)
    {
        char recieved = Serial.read();
        inData += recieved; 
    
        // Process message when new line character is recieved
        if (recieved == '\n')
        {
            Serial.print("Arduino Received: ");
            Serial.print(inData);
                
            // You can put some if and else here to process the message juste like that:

            if(inData == "+++\n"){ // DON'T forget to add "\n" at the end of the string.
              Serial.println("OK. Press h for help.");
            }   

    
            inData = ""; // Clear recieved buffer
        }
    }
}

Use SELECT inside an UPDATE query

I know this topic is old, but I thought I could add something to it.

I could not make an Update with Select query work using SQL in MS Access 2010. I used Tomalak's suggestion to make this work. I had a screenshot, but am apparently too much of a newb on this site to be able to post it.

I was able to do this using the Query Design tool, but even as I was looking at a confirmed successful update query, Access was not able to show me the SQL that made it happen. So I could not make this work with SQL code alone.

I created and saved my select query as a separate query. In the Query Design tool, I added the table I'm trying to update the the select query I had saved (I put the unique key in the select query so it had a link between them). Just as Tomalak had suggested, I changed the Query Type to Update. I then just had to choose the fields (and designate the table) I was trying to update. In the "Update To" fields, I typed in the name of the fields from the select query I had brought in.

This format was successful and updated the original table.

Java random numbers using a seed

You shouldn't be creating a new Random in method scope. Make it a class member:

public class Foo {
   private Random random 

   public Foo() {
       this(System.currentTimeMillis());
   }

   public Foo(long seed) {
       this.random = new Random(seed);
   }

   public synchronized double getNext() {
        return generator.nextDouble();
   }
}

This is only an example. I don't think wrapping Random this way adds any value. Put it in a class of yours that is using it.

How to add a “readonly” attribute to an <input>?

Use $.prop()

$("#descrip").prop("readonly",true);

$("#descrip").prop("readonly",false);

Redirecting a page using Javascript, like PHP's Header->Location

You cannot mix JS and PHP that way, PHP is rendered before the page is sent to the browser (i.e. before the JS is run)

You can use window.location to change your current page.

$('.entry a:first').click(function() {
    window.location = "http://google.ca";
});

Bootstrap 3 navbar active li not changing background-color

In Bootstrap 3.3.x make sure you use the scrollspy JavaScript capability to track active elements. It's easy to include it in your HTML. Just do the following:

<body data-spy="scroll" data-target="Id or class of the element you want to track">

In most cases I usually track active elements on my navbar, so I do the following:

<body data-spy="scroll" data-target=".navbar-fixed-top" >

Now in your CSS you can target .navbar-fixed-top .active a:

.navbar-fixed-top .active a { 
    // Put in some styling 
}

This should work if you are tracking active li elements in your top fixed navigation bar.

How to declare and initialize a static const array as a class member?

You are mixing pointers and arrays. If what you want is an array, then use an array:

struct test {
   static int data[10];        // array, not pointer!
};
int test::data[10] = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 };

If on the other hand you want a pointer, the simplest solution is to write a helper function in the translation unit that defines the member:

struct test {
   static int *data;
};
// cpp
static int* generate_data() {            // static here is "internal linkage"
   int * p = new int[10];
   for ( int i = 0; i < 10; ++i ) p[i] = 10*i;
   return p;
}
int *test::data = generate_data();

Turning off auto indent when pasting text into vim

Sadly I found the vim plugin mentioned not to be working with iTerm2 3.0.15 (to be fair I don't know if this broke on older versions) - but I found this hack instead.

Map command-p to do the paste and using iTerm2 vim keys. Obviously this only works for iTerm2.

How it works. I use "jk" to enter escape mode so you will also need:

:inoremap jk

in your .vimrc.

Then it just invokes P to enter paste mode, "+p to paste from the clipboard and then P to disable paste mode. hth.

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How to playback MKV video in web browser?

You can use this following code. work just on chrome browser.

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   // video playback failed - show a message saying why_x000D_
   switch (e.target.error.code) {_x000D_
     case e.target.error.MEDIA_ERR_ABORTED:_x000D_
       alert('You aborted the video playback.');_x000D_
       break;_x000D_
     case e.target.error.MEDIA_ERR_NETWORK:_x000D_
       alert('A network error caused the video download to fail part-way.');_x000D_
       break;_x000D_
     case e.target.error.MEDIA_ERR_DECODE:_x000D_
       alert('The video playback was aborted due to a corruption problem or because the video used features your browser did not support.');_x000D_
       break;_x000D_
     case e.target.error.MEDIA_ERR_SRC_NOT_SUPPORTED:_x000D_
       alert('The video could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported.');_x000D_
       break;_x000D_
     default:_x000D_
       alert('An unknown error occurred.');_x000D_
       break;_x000D_
   }_x000D_
 }
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 <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">_x000D_
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">_x000D_
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<head>_x000D_
 <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" />_x000D_
 <meta name="author" content="Amin Developer!" />_x000D_
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 <title>Untitled 1</title>_x000D_
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<p><video src="http://jell.yfish.us/media/Jellyfish-3-Mbps.mkv" type='video/x-matroska; codecs="theora, vorbis"' autoplay controls onerror="failed(event)" ></video></p>_x000D_
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Allow all remote connections, MySQL

Also you need to disable below line in configuration file: bind-address = 127.0.0.1

How can I change the date format in Java?

Or you could go the regex route:

String date = "10/07/2010";
String newDate = date.replaceAll("(\\d+)/(\\d+)/(\\d+)", "$3/$2/$1");
System.out.println(newDate);

It works both ways too. Of course this won't actually validate your date and will also work for strings like "21432/32423/52352". You can use "(\\d{2})/(\\d{2})/(\\d{4}" to be more exact in the number of digits in each group, but it will only work from dd/MM/yyyy to yyyy/MM/dd and not the other way around anymore (and still accepts invalid numbers in there like 45). And if you give it something invalid like "blabla" it will just return the same thing back.

What's the best way to store Phone number in Django models

This solution worked for me:

First install django-phone-field

command: pip install django-phone-field

then on models.py

from phone_field import PhoneField
...

class Client(models.Model):
    ...
    phone_number = PhoneField(blank=True, help_text='Contact phone number')

and on settings.py

INSTALLED_APPS = [...,
                  'phone_field'
]

It looks like this in the end

phone in form

What is the most effective way to get the index of an iterator of an std::vector?

If you are already restricted/hardcoded your algorithm to using a std::vector::iterator and std::vector::iterator only, it doesn't really matter which method you will end up using. Your algorithm is already concretized beyond the point where choosing one of the other can make any difference. They both do exactly the same thing. It is just a matter of personal preference. I would personally use explicit subtraction.

If, on the other hand, you want to retain a higher degree of generality in your algorithm, namely, to allow the possibility that some day in the future it might be applied to some other iterator type, then the best method depends on your intent. It depends on how restrictive you want to be with regard to the iterator type that can be used here.

  • If you use the explicit subtraction, your algorithm will be restricted to a rather narrow class of iterators: random-access iterators. (This is what you get now from std::vector)

  • If you use distance, your algorithm will support a much wider class of iterators: input iterators.

Of course, calculating distance for non-random-access iterators is in general case an inefficient operation (while, again, for random-access ones it is as efficient as subtraction). It is up to you to decide whether your algorithm makes sense for non-random-access iterators, efficiency-wise. It the resultant loss in efficiency is devastating to the point of making your algorithm completely useless, then you should better stick to subtraction, thus prohibiting the inefficient uses and forcing the user to seek alternative solutions for other iterator types. If the efficiency with non-random-access iterators is still in usable range, then you should use distance and document the fact that the algorithm works better with random-access iterators.

Typescript sleep

import { timer } from 'rxjs';

await timer(1000).pipe(take(1)).toPromise();

this works better for me

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

For Python 3

Remove the rb argument and use either r or don't pass argument (default read mode).

with open( <path-to-file>, 'r' ) as theFile:
    reader = csv.DictReader(theFile)
    for line in reader:
        # line is { 'workers': 'w0', 'constant': 7.334, 'age': -1.406, ... }
        # e.g. print( line[ 'workers' ] ) yields 'w0'
        print(line)

For Python 2

import csv
with open( <path-to-file>, "rb" ) as theFile:
    reader = csv.DictReader( theFile )
    for line in reader:
        # line is { 'workers': 'w0', 'constant': 7.334, 'age': -1.406, ... }
        # e.g. print( line[ 'workers' ] ) yields 'w0'

Python has a powerful built-in CSV handler. In fact, most things are already built in to the standard library.

How do I execute a command and get the output of the command within C++ using POSIX?

The following might be a portable solution. It follows standards.

#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
#include <string>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <sstream>

std::string ssystem (const char *command) {
    char tmpname [L_tmpnam];
    std::tmpnam ( tmpname );
    std::string scommand = command;
    std::string cmd = scommand + " >> " + tmpname;
    std::system(cmd.c_str());
    std::ifstream file(tmpname, std::ios::in | std::ios::binary );
    std::string result;
    if (file) {
        while (!file.eof()) result.push_back(file.get())
            ;
        file.close();
    }
    remove(tmpname);
    return result;
}

// For Cygwin

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    std::string bash = "FILETWO=/cygdrive/c/*\nfor f in $FILETWO\ndo\necho \"$f\"\ndone ";
    std::string in;
    std::string s = ssystem(bash.c_str());
    std::istringstream iss(s);
    std::string line;
    while (std::getline(iss, line))
    {
        std::cout << "LINE-> " + line + "  length: " << line.length() << std::endl;
    }
    std::cin >> in;
    return 0;
}

Post form data using HttpWebRequest

Both the field name and the value should be url encoded. format of the post data and query string are the same

The .net way of doing is something like this

NameValueCollection outgoingQueryString = HttpUtility.ParseQueryString(String.Empty);
outgoingQueryString.Add("field1","value1");
outgoingQueryString.Add("field2", "value2");
string postdata = outgoingQueryString.ToString();

This will take care of encoding the fields and the value names

Javascript - remove an array item by value

You'll want to use JavaScript's Array splice method:

var tag_story = [1,3,56,6,8,90],
    id_tag = 90,
    position = tag_story.indexOf(id_tag);

if ( ~position ) tag_story.splice(position, 1);

P.S. For an explanation of that cool ~ tilde shortcut, see this post:

Using a ~ tilde with indexOf to check for the existence of an item in an array.


Note: IE < 9 does not support .indexOf() on arrays. If you want to make sure your code works in IE, you should use jQuery's $.inArray():

var tag_story = [1,3,56,6,8,90],
    id_tag = 90,
    position = $.inArray(id_tag, tag_story);

if ( ~position ) tag_story.splice(position, 1);

If you want to support IE < 9 but don't already have jQuery on the page, there's no need to use it just for $.inArray. You can use this polyfill instead.

Singletons vs. Application Context in Android?

Application is not the same as the Singleton.The reasons are:

  1. Application's method(such as onCreate) is called in the ui thread;
  2. singleton's method can be called in any thread;
  3. In the method "onCreate" of Application,you can instantiate Handler;
  4. If the singleton is executed in none-ui thread,you could not instantiate Handler;
  5. Application has the ability to manage the life cycle of the activities in the app.It has the method "registerActivityLifecycleCallbacks".But the singletons has not the ability.

Best way to implement multi-language/globalization in large .NET project

Standard resource files are easier. However, if you have any language dependent data such as lookup tables then you will have to manage two resource sets.

I haven't done it, but in my next project I would implement a database resource provider. I found how to do it on MSDN:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa905797.aspx

I also found this implementation:

DBResource Provider

Find and replace entire mysql database

BE CAREFUL, when replacing with REPLACE command!

why?

because there is a great chance that your database contains serialized data (especially wp_options table), so using just "replace" might break data.

Use recommended serialization: https://puvox.software/tools/wordpress-migrator

How do I build a graphical user interface in C++?

There are plenty of free portable GUI libraries, each with its own strengths and weaknesses:

Especially Qt has nice tutorials and tools which help you getting started. Enjoy!

Note, however, that you should avoid platform specific functionality such as the Win32 API or MFC. That ties you unnecessarily on a specific platform with almost no benefits.

fitting data with numpy

Unfortunately, np.polynomial.polynomial.polyfit returns the coefficients in the opposite order of that for np.polyfit and np.polyval (or, as you used np.poly1d). To illustrate:

In [40]: np.polynomial.polynomial.polyfit(x, y, 4)
Out[40]: 
array([  84.29340848, -100.53595376,   44.83281408,   -8.85931101,
          0.65459882])

In [41]: np.polyfit(x, y, 4)
Out[41]: 
array([   0.65459882,   -8.859311  ,   44.83281407, -100.53595375,
         84.29340846])

In general: np.polynomial.polynomial.polyfit returns coefficients [A, B, C] to A + Bx + Cx^2 + ..., while np.polyfit returns: ... + Ax^2 + Bx + C.

So if you want to use this combination of functions, you must reverse the order of coefficients, as in:

ffit = np.polyval(coefs[::-1], x_new)

However, the documentation states clearly to avoid np.polyfit, np.polyval, and np.poly1d, and instead to use only the new(er) package.

You're safest to use only the polynomial package:

import numpy.polynomial.polynomial as poly

coefs = poly.polyfit(x, y, 4)
ffit = poly.polyval(x_new, coefs)
plt.plot(x_new, ffit)

Or, to create the polynomial function:

ffit = poly.Polynomial(coefs)    # instead of np.poly1d
plt.plot(x_new, ffit(x_new))

fit and data plot

Mocking member variables of a class using Mockito

If you want an alternative to ReflectionTestUtils from Spring in mockito, use

Whitebox.setInternalState(first, "second", sec);

Error message Strict standards: Non-static method should not be called statically in php

Try this:

$r = Page()->getInstanceByName($page);

It worked for me in a similar case.

Check if list is empty in C#

var dataSource = lst!=null && lst.Any() ? lst : null;
// bind dataSource to gird source

percentage of two int?

Well to make the decimal into a percent you can do this,

float percentage = (correct * 100.0f) / questionNum;

ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace 'USERS'

You cannot insert data because you have a quota of 0 on the tablespace. To fix this, run

ALTER USER <user> quota unlimited on <tablespace name>;

or

ALTER USER <user> quota 100M on <tablespace name>;

as a DBA user (depending on how much space you need / want to grant).

Difference in Months between two dates in JavaScript

If you need to count full months, regardless of the month being 28, 29, 30 or 31 days. Below should work.

var months = to.getMonth() - from.getMonth() 
    + (12 * (to.getFullYear() - from.getFullYear()));

if(to.getDate() < from.getDate()){
    months--;
}
return months;

This is an extended version of the answer https://stackoverflow.com/a/4312956/1987208 but fixes the case where it calculates 1 month for the case from 31st of January to 1st of February (1day).

This will cover the following;

  • 1st Jan to 31st Jan ---> 30days ---> will result in 0 (logical since it is not a full month)
  • 1st Feb to 1st Mar ---> 28 or 29 days ---> will result in 1 (logical since it is a full month)
  • 15th Feb to 15th Mar ---> 28 or 29 days ---> will result in 1 (logical since a month passed)
  • 31st Jan to 1st Feb ---> 1 day ---> will result in 0 (obvious but the mentioned answer in the post results in 1 month)

How to deselect all selected rows in a DataGridView control?

To deselect all rows and cells in a DataGridView, you can use the ClearSelection method:

myDataGridView.ClearSelection()

If you don't want even the first row/cell to appear selected, you can set the CurrentCell property to Nothing/null, which will temporarily hide the focus rectangle until the control receives focus again:

myDataGridView.CurrentCell = Nothing

To determine when the user has clicked on a blank part of the DataGridView, you're going to have to handle its MouseUp event. In that event, you can HitTest the click location and watch for this to indicate HitTestInfo.Nowhere. For example:

Private Sub myDataGridView_MouseUp(ByVal sender as Object, ByVal e as System.Windows.Forms.MouseEventArgs)
    ''# See if the left mouse button was clicked
    If e.Button = MouseButtons.Left Then
        ''# Check the HitTest information for this click location
        If myDataGridView.HitTest(e.X, e.Y) = DataGridView.HitTestInfo.Nowhere Then
            myDataGridView.ClearSelection()
            myDataGridView.CurrentCell = Nothing
        End If
    End If
End Sub

Of course, you could also subclass the existing DataGridView control to combine all of this functionality into a single custom control. You'll need to override its OnMouseUp method similar to the way shown above. I also like to provide a public DeselectAll method for convenience that both calls the ClearSelection method and sets the CurrentCell property to Nothing.

(Code samples are all arbitrarily in VB.NET because the question doesn't specify a language—apologies if this is not your native dialect.)

How do I install chkconfig on Ubuntu?

As mentioned by @jerry you can add services with the below command.

update-rc.d <service> defaults
update-rc.d <service> start 20 3 4 5
update-rc.d -f <service>  remove

To validate them check the above commands you can check /etc/rc*.d/ directory where service start with "k" means it will not execute during the boot and service start with "S" will start during the boot.

# for runlevel symlinks:
ls /etc/rc*.d/

In the below screenshot you can see apache2 starting in runlevel2(S02apache2) and stopping in runlevel1(K01apache2)

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You can also check the service status with the below command where "+" means service is in running state "-" is in stopped.

service --status-all

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OR

install sysv-rc-conf utility.

apt-get install sysv-rc-conf
example
sysv-rc-conf --level 2345 apach22 on
man sysv-rc-conf

org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: Premature end of file for *VALID* XML

Are you sure that the XML file is in the correct character encoding? FileReader always uses the platform default encoding, so if the "working" server had a default encoding of (say) ISO-8859-1 and the "problem" server uses UTF-8 you would see this error if the XML contains any non-ASCII characters.

Does it work if you create the InputSource from a FileInputStream instead of a FileReader?

What is the Eclipse shortcut for "public static void main(String args[])"?

Just type ma and press Ctrl + Space, you will get an option for it.

Angular JS POST request not sending JSON data

try to use absolute url. if it not works, check if service's response has headers:

Access-Control-Allow-Origin and Access-Control-Allow-Headers

for example:

"Access-Control-Allow-Origin": "*"
"Access-Control-Allow-Headers": "Origin, X-Requested-With, Content-Type, Accept"

Calling Objective-C method from C++ member function?

You can compile your code as Objective-C++ - the simplest way is to rename your .cpp as .mm. It will then compile properly if you include EAGLView.h (you were getting so many errors because the C++ compiler didn't understand any of the Objective-C specific keywords), and you can (for the most part) mix Objective-C and C++ however you like.

Clear git local cache

git rm --cached *.FileExtension

This must ignore all files from this extension

react-native: command not found

Try

npx react-native

if doesn't work install globally

npm i -g react-native-cli

SQL to add column and comment in table in single command

No, you can't.

There's no reason why you would need to. This is a one-time operation and so takes only an additional second or two to actually type and execute.

If you're adding columns in your web application this is more indicative of a flaw in your data-model as you shouldn't need to be doing it.


In response to your comment that a comment is a column attribute; it may seem so but behind the scenes Oracle stores this as an attribute of an object.

SQL> desc sys.com$
 Name                                      Null?    Type
 ----------------------------------------- -------- ----------------------------
 OBJ#                                      NOT NULL NUMBER
 COL#                                               NUMBER
 COMMENT$                                           VARCHAR2(4000)

SQL>

The column is optional and sys.col$ does not contain comment information.

I assume, I have no knowledge, that this was done in order to only have one system of dealing with comments rather than multiple.

How to get the caller class in Java

I know this is an old question but I believed the asker wanted the class, not the class name. I wrote a little method that will get the actual class. It is sort of cheaty and may not always work, but sometimes when you need the actual class, you will have to use this method...

/**
     * Get the caller class.
     * @param level The level of the caller class.
     *              For example: If you are calling this class inside a method and you want to get the caller class of that method,
     *                           you would use level 2. If you want the caller of that class, you would use level 3.
     *
     *              Usually level 2 is the one you want.
     * @return The caller class.
     * @throws ClassNotFoundException We failed to find the caller class.
     */
    public static Class getCallerClass(int level) throws ClassNotFoundException {
        StackTraceElement[] stElements = Thread.currentThread().getStackTrace();
        String rawFQN = stElements[level+1].toString().split("\\(")[0];
        return Class.forName(rawFQN.substring(0, rawFQN.lastIndexOf('.')));
    }

Does height and width not apply to span?

Inspired from @Hamed, I added the following and it worked for me:

display: inline-block; overflow: hidden; 

Getting Django admin url for an object

You can use the URL resolver directly in a template, there's no need to write your own filter. E.g.

{% url 'admin:index' %}

{% url 'admin:polls_choice_add' %}

{% url 'admin:polls_choice_change' choice.id %}

{% url 'admin:polls_choice_changelist' %}

Ref: Documentation

Finding the direction of scrolling in a UIScrollView?

- (void)scrollViewWillEndDragging:(UIScrollView *)scrollView withVelocity:(CGPoint)velocity targetContentOffset:(inout CGPoint *)targetContentOffset {

    CGPoint targetPoint = *targetContentOffset;
    CGPoint currentPoint = scrollView.contentOffset;

    if (targetPoint.y > currentPoint.y) {
        NSLog(@"up");
    }
    else {
        NSLog(@"down");
    }
}

How can I align button in Center or right using IONIC framework?

And if we want to align a checkbox to the right, we can use item-end.

<ion-checkbox checked="true" item-end></ion-checkbox>

JSON character encoding - is UTF-8 well-supported by browsers or should I use numeric escape sequences?

I had a problem there. When I JSON encode a string with a character like "é", every browsers will return the same "é", except IE which will return "\u00e9".

Then with PHP json_decode(), it will fail if it find "é", so for Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome, I've to call utf8_encode() before json_decode().

Note : with my tests, IE and Firefox are using their native JSON object, others browsers are using json2.js.

Show whitespace characters in Visual Studio Code

I'd like to offer this suggestion as a side note.
If you're looking to fix all the 'trailing whitespaces' warnings your linter throws at you.
You can have VSCode automatically trim whitespaces from an entire file using the keyboard chord.
CTRL+K / X (by default)

I was looking into showing whitespaces because my linter kept bugging me with whitespace warnings. So that's why I'm here.

How to break nested loops in JavaScript?

You need to name your outer loop and break that loop, rather than your inner loop - like this.

outer_loop: 
for(i=0;i<5;i++) {
    for(j=i+1;j<5;j++) {
        break outer_loop;
    }
    alert(1);
}

Best way to track onchange as-you-type in input type="text"?

there is a quite near solution (do not fix all Paste ways) but most of them:

It works for inputs as well as for textareas:

<input type="text" ... >
<textarea ... >...</textarea>

Do like this:

<input type="text" ... onkeyup="JavaScript: ControlChanges()" onmouseup="JavaScript: ControlChanges()" >
<textarea ... onkeyup="JavaScript: ControlChanges()" onmouseup="JavaScript: ControlChanges()" >...</textarea>

As i said, not all ways to Paste fire an event on all browsers... worst some do not fire any event at all, but Timers are horrible to be used for such.

But most of Paste ways are done with keyboard and/or mouse, so normally an onkeyup or onmouseup are fired after a paste, also onkeyup is fired when typing on keyboard.

Ensure yor check code does not take much time... otherwise user get a poor impresion.

Yes, the trick is to fire on key and on mouse... but beware both can be fired, so take in mind such!!!

Is there Unicode glyph Symbol to represent "Search"

Displayed correct at Chrome OS - screenshots from this system.

tibetan astrological sign sgra gcan -char rtags U+0F17 ? U+0F17

telephone recorder (U+2315) ? U+2315

lepcha letter gla (U+1C04) ? U+1C04

Using Jasmine to spy on a function without an object

TypeScript users:

I know the OP asked about javascript, but for any TypeScript users who come across this who want to spy on an imported function, here's what you can do.

In the test file, convert the import of the function from this:

import {foo} from '../foo_functions';

x = foo(y);

To this:

import * as FooFunctions from '../foo_functions';

x = FooFunctions.foo(y);

Then you can spy on FooFunctions.foo :)

spyOn(FooFunctions, 'foo').and.callFake(...);
// ...
expect(FooFunctions.foo).toHaveBeenCalled();

How do I detect a click outside an element?

$("html").click(function(){
    if($('#info').css("opacity")>0.9) {
        $('#info').fadeOut('fast');
    }
});

Internal vs. Private Access Modifiers

Find an explanation below. You can check this link for more details - http://www.dotnetbull.com/2013/10/public-protected-private-internal-access-modifier-in-c.html

Private: - Private members are only accessible within the own type (Own class).

Internal: - Internal member are accessible only within the assembly by inheritance (its derived type) or by instance of class.

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Reference :

dotnetbull - what is access modifier in c#

What does the colon (:) operator do?

How would you write this for-each loop a different way so as to not incorporate the ":"?

Assuming that list is a Collection instance ...

public String toString() {
   String cardString = "";
   for (Iterator<PlayingCard> it = this.list.iterator(); it.hasNext(); /**/) {
      PlayingCard c = it.next();
      cardString = cardString + c + "\n";
   }
}

I should add the pedantic point that : is not an operator in this context. An operator performs an operation in an expression, and the stuff inside the ( ... ) in a for statement is not an expression ... according to the JLS.

How to use group by with union in t-sql

GROUP BY 1

I've never known GROUP BY to support using ordinals, only ORDER BY. Either way, only MySQL supports GROUP BY's not including all columns without aggregate functions performed on them. Ordinals aren't recommended practice either because if they're based on the order of the SELECT - if that changes, so does your ORDER BY (or GROUP BY if supported).

There's no need to run GROUP BY on the contents when you're using UNION - UNION ensures that duplicates are removed; UNION ALL is faster because it doesn't - and in that case you would need the GROUP BY...

Your query only needs to be:

SELECT a.id,
       a.time
  FROM dbo.TABLE_A a
UNION
SELECT b.id,
       b.time
  FROM dbo.TABLE_B b

continuous page numbering through section breaks

You can check out this post on SuperUser.

Word starts page numbering over for each new section by default.

I do it slightly differently than the post above that goes through the ribbon menus, but in both methods you have to go through the document to each section's beginning.

My method:

  • open up the footer (or header if that's where your page number is)
  • drag-select the page number
  • right-click on it
  • hit Format Page Numbers
  • click on the Continue from Previous Section radio button under Page numbering

I find this right-click method to be a little faster. Also, usually if I insert the page numbers first before I start making any new sections, this problem doesn't happen in the first place.

Shorthand for if-else statement

Try like

var hasName = 'N';
if (name == "true") {
    hasName = 'Y';
}

Or even try with ternary operator like

var hasName = (name == "true") ? "Y" : "N" ;

Even simply you can try like

var hasName = (name) ? "Y" : "N" ;

Since name has either Yes or No but iam not sure with it.

String field value length in mongoDB

For MongoDB 3.6 and newer:

The $expr operator allows the use of aggregation expressions within the query language, thus you can leverage the use of $strLenCP operator to check the length of the string as follows:

db.usercollection.find({ 
    "name": { "$exists": true },
    "$expr": { "$gt": [ { "$strLenCP": "$name" }, 40 ] } 
})

For MongoDB 3.4 and newer:

You can also use the aggregation framework with the $redact pipeline operator that allows you to proccess the logical condition with the $cond operator and uses the special operations $$KEEP to "keep" the document where the logical condition is true or $$PRUNE to "remove" the document where the condition was false.

This operation is similar to having a $project pipeline that selects the fields in the collection and creates a new field that holds the result from the logical condition query and then a subsequent $match, except that $redact uses a single pipeline stage which is more efficient.

As for the logical condition, there are String Aggregation Operators that you can use $strLenCP operator to check the length of the string. If the length is $gt a specified value, then this is a true match and the document is "kept". Otherwise it is "pruned" and discarded.


Consider running the following aggregate operation which demonstrates the above concept:

db.usercollection.aggregate([
    { "$match": { "name": { "$exists": true } } },
    {
        "$redact": {
            "$cond": [
                { "$gt": [ { "$strLenCP": "$name" }, 40] },
                "$$KEEP",
                "$$PRUNE"
            ]
        }
    },
    { "$limit": 2 }
])

If using $where, try your query without the enclosing brackets:

db.usercollection.find({$where: "this.name.length > 40"}).limit(2);

A better query would be to to check for the field's existence and then check the length:

db.usercollection.find({name: {$type: 2}, $where: "this.name.length > 40"}).limit(2); 

or:

db.usercollection.find({name: {$exists: true}, $where: "this.name.length > 
40"}).limit(2); 

MongoDB evaluates non-$where query operations before $where expressions and non-$where query statements may use an index. A much better performance is to store the length of the string as another field and then you can index or search on it; applying $where will be much slower compared to that. It's recommended to use JavaScript expressions and the $where operator as a last resort when you can't structure the data in any other way, or when you are dealing with a small subset of data.


A different and faster approach that avoids the use of the $where operator is the $regex operator. Consider the following pattern which searches for

db.usercollection.find({"name": {"$type": 2, "$regex": /^.{41,}$/}}).limit(2); 

Note - From the docs:

If an index exists for the field, then MongoDB matches the regular expression against the values in the index, which can be faster than a collection scan. Further optimization can occur if the regular expression is a “prefix expression”, which means that all potential matches start with the same string. This allows MongoDB to construct a “range” from that prefix and only match against those values from the index that fall within that range.

A regular expression is a “prefix expression” if it starts with a caret (^) or a left anchor (\A), followed by a string of simple symbols. For example, the regex /^abc.*/ will be optimized by matching only against the values from the index that start with abc.

Additionally, while /^a/, /^a.*/, and /^a.*$/ match equivalent strings, they have different performance characteristics. All of these expressions use an index if an appropriate index exists; however, /^a.*/, and /^a.*$/ are slower. /^a/ can stop scanning after matching the prefix.

Sum values in foreach loop php

Use +=

$val = 0;

foreach($arr as $var) {
   $val += $var; 
}

echo $val;

Where are logs located?

In Laravel 6, by default the logs are in:

storage/logs/laravel.log

How do I calculate the normal vector of a line segment?

If we define dx = x2 - x1 and dy = y2 - y1, then the normals are (-dy, dx) and (dy, -dx).

Note that no division is required, and so you're not risking dividing by zero.

how to include js file in php?

PHP is completely irrelevant for what you are doing. The generated HTML is what counts.

In your case, you are missing the src attribute. Use

 <script type="text/javascript" src="file.js"></script>

Sorting table rows according to table header column using javascript or jquery

You can use jQuery DataTables plugin for applying column sorting in desired way.

Column Sorting using DataTable

Bootstrap Align Image with text

I think this is helpful for you

<div class="container">
        <div class="page-header">
                <h1>About Me</h1>
            </div><!--END page-header-->
        <div class="row" id="features">
                <div class="col-sm-6 feature">
                        <img src="http://lorempixel.com/200/200" alt="Web Design" class="img-circle">
                </div><!--END feature-->

                <div class="col-sm-6 feature">
                        <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod
tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam,</p>
                </div><!--END feature-->
            </div><!--end features-->
    </div><!--end container-->

Undo a merge by pull request?

If you give the following command you'll get the list of activities including commits, merges.

git reflog

Your last commit should probably be at 'HEAD@{0}'. You can check the same with your commit message. To go to that point, use the command

git reset --hard 'HEAD@{0}'

Your merge will be reverted. If in case you have new files left, discard those changes from the merge.

Setting HttpContext.Current.Session in a unit test

I was looking for something a little less invasive than the options mentioned above. In the end I came up with a cheesy solution, but it might get some folks moving a little faster.

First I created a TestSession class:

class TestSession : ISession
{

    public TestSession()
    {
        Values = new Dictionary<string, byte[]>();
    }

    public string Id
    {
        get
        {
            return "session_id";
        }
    }

    public bool IsAvailable
    {
        get
        {
            return true;
        }
    }

    public IEnumerable<string> Keys
    {
        get { return Values.Keys; }
    }

    public Dictionary<string, byte[]> Values { get; set; }

    public void Clear()
    {
        Values.Clear();
    }

    public Task CommitAsync()
    {
        throw new NotImplementedException();
    }

    public Task LoadAsync()
    {
        throw new NotImplementedException();
    }

    public void Remove(string key)
    {
        Values.Remove(key);
    }

    public void Set(string key, byte[] value)
    {
        if (Values.ContainsKey(key))
        {
            Remove(key);
        }
        Values.Add(key, value);
    }

    public bool TryGetValue(string key, out byte[] value)
    {
        if (Values.ContainsKey(key))
        {
            value = Values[key];
            return true;
        }
        value = new byte[0];
        return false;
    }
}

Then I added an optional parameter to my controller's constructor. If the parameter is present, use it for session manipulation. Otherwise, use the HttpContext.Session:

class MyController
{

    private readonly ISession _session;

    public MyController(ISession session = null)
    {
        _session = session;
    }


    public IActionResult Action1()
    {
        Session().SetString("Key", "Value");
        View();
    }

    public IActionResult Action2()
    {
        ViewBag.Key = Session().GetString("Key");
        View();
    }

    private ISession Session()
    {
        return _session ?? HttpContext.Session;
    }
}

Now I can inject my TestSession into the controller:

class MyControllerTest
{

    private readonly MyController _controller;

    public MyControllerTest()
    {
        var testSession = new TestSession();
        var _controller = new MyController(testSession);
    }
}

How to sort a HashMap in Java

Sorted List by hasmap keys:

SortedSet<String> keys = new TreeSet<String>(myHashMap.keySet());

Sorted List by hashmap values:

SortedSet<String> values = new TreeSet<String>(myHashMap.values());

In case of duplicated map values:

List<String> mapValues = new ArrayList<String>(myHashMap.values());
Collections.sort(mapValues);

Good Luck!

How to while loop until the end of a file in Python without checking for empty line?

for line in f

reads all file to a memory, and that can be a problem.

My offer is to change the original source by replacing stripping and checking for empty line. Because if it is not last line - You will receive at least newline character in it ('\n'). And '.strip()' removes it. But in last line of a file You will receive truely empty line, without any characters. So the following loop will not give You false EOF, and You do not waste a memory:

with open("blablabla.txt", "r") as fl_in:
   while True:
      line = fl_in.readline()

        if not line:
            break

      line = line.strip()
      # do what You want

How to run the Python program forever?

Yes, you can use a while True: loop that never breaks to run Python code continually.

However, you will need to put the code you want to run continually inside the loop:

#!/usr/bin/python

while True:
    # some python code that I want 
    # to keep on running

Also, time.sleep is used to suspend the operation of a script for a period of time. So, since you want yours to run continually, I don't see why you would use it.

DB2 Query to retrieve all table names for a given schema

There is no big difference in data.The Major difference is column order In list tables schema column will be after table/view column In list tables show details schema column will be after column type

Android check internet connection

No need to be complex. The simplest and framework manner is to use ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE permission and just make a connected method

public boolean isOnline() {
    ConnectivityManager cm = (ConnectivityManager) getSystemService(Context.CONNECTIVITY_SERVICE);
    return cm.getActiveNetworkInfo() != null && cm.getActiveNetworkInfo().isConnectedOrConnecting();
}

You can also use requestRouteToHost if you have a particualr host and connection type (wifi/mobile) in mind.

You will also need:

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

in your android manifest.

for more detail go here

How to convert string into float in JavaScript?

Have you ever tried to do this? :p

var str = '3.8';ie
alert( +(str) + 0.2 );

+(string) will cast string into float.

Handy!

So in order to solve your problem, you can do something like this:

var floatValue = +(str.replace(/,/,'.'));

Uncaught Typeerror: cannot read property 'innerHTML' of null

I had a similar problem, but I had the existing id, and as egiray said, I was calling DOM before it loaded and Javascript console was showing the same error, so I tried:

window.onload = (function(){myfuncname()});

and it starts working.

Free Rest API to retrieve current datetime as string (timezone irrelevant)

If you're using Rails, you can just make an empty file in the public folder and use ajax to get that. Then parse the headers for the Date header. Files in the Public folder bypass the Rails stack, and so have lower latency.

Java program to get the current date without timestamp

If you really want to use a Date instead for a Calendar for comparison, this is the shortest piece of code you could use:

Calendar c = Calendar.getInstance();
Date d = new GregorianCalendar(c.get(Calendar.YEAR), 
                               c.get(Calendar.MONTH), 
                               c.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH)).getTime();

This way you make sure the hours/minute/second/millisecond values are blank.

Php - testing if a radio button is selected and get the value

A very more efficient way to do this in php:

<form action="#" method="post">
<select name="Color">
<option value="Red">Red</option>
<option value="Green">Green</option>
<option value="Blue">Blue</option>
<option value="Pink">Pink</option>
<option value="Yellow">Yellow</option>
</select>
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Get Selected Values" />
</form>
<?php
if(isset($_POST['submit'])){
$selected_val = $_POST['Color'];  // Storing Selected Value In Variable
echo "You have selected :" .$selected_val;  // Displaying Selected Value
}
?>

and for check boxes multiple choice:

<form action="#" method="post">
<select name="Color[]" multiple> // Initializing Name With An Array
<option value="Red">Red</option>
<option value="Green">Green</option>
<option value="Blue">Blue</option>
<option value="Pink">Pink</option>
<option value="Yellow">Yellow</option>
</select>
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Get Selected Values" />
</form>
<?php
if(isset($_POST['submit'])){
// As output of $_POST['Color'] is an array we have to use foreach Loop to display individual value
foreach ($_POST['Color'] as $select)
{
echo "You have selected :" .$select; // Displaying Selected Value
}
?> 

Remove border from IFrame

Use this

style="border:none;

Example:

<iframe src="your.html" style="border:none;"></iframe>

What should a Multipart HTTP request with multiple files look like?

EDIT: I am maintaining a similar, but more in-depth answer at: https://stackoverflow.com/a/28380690/895245

To see exactly what is happening, use nc -l and an user agent like a browser or cURL.

Save the form to an .html file:

<form action="http://localhost:8000" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
  <p><input type="text" name="text" value="text default">
  <p><input type="file" name="file1">
  <p><input type="file" name="file2">
  <p><button type="submit">Submit</button>
</form>

Create files to upload:

echo 'Content of a.txt.' > a.txt
echo '<!DOCTYPE html><title>Content of a.html.</title>' > a.html

Run:

nc -l localhost 8000

Open the HTML on your browser, select the files and click on submit and check the terminal.

nc prints the request received. Firefox sent:

POST / HTTP/1.1
Host: localhost:8000
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux i686; rv:29.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/29.0
Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Cookie: __atuvc=34%7C7; permanent=0; _gitlab_session=226ad8a0be43681acf38c2fab9497240; __profilin=p%3Dt; request_method=GET
Connection: keep-alive
Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=---------------------------9051914041544843365972754266
Content-Length: 554

-----------------------------9051914041544843365972754266
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="text"

text default
-----------------------------9051914041544843365972754266
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="file1"; filename="a.txt"
Content-Type: text/plain

Content of a.txt.

-----------------------------9051914041544843365972754266
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="file2"; filename="a.html"
Content-Type: text/html

<!DOCTYPE html><title>Content of a.html.</title>

-----------------------------9051914041544843365972754266--

Aternativelly, cURL should send the same POST request as your a browser form:

nc -l localhost 8000
curl -F "text=default" -F "[email protected]" -F "[email protected]" localhost:8000

You can do multiple tests with:

while true; do printf '' | nc -l localhost 8000; done

Visual Studio 2010 always thinks project is out of date, but nothing has changed

There are quite a few potential reasons and - as noted - you need to first diagnose them by setting MSBuild verbosity to 'Diagnostic'. Most of the time the stated reason would be self explanatory and you'd be able to act on it immediatelly, BUT occasionally MSBuild would erroneously claim that some files are modified and need to be copied.

If that is the case, you'd need to either disable NTFS tunneling or duplicate your output folder to a new location. Here it is in more words.

Best way to import Observable from rxjs

Rxjs v 6.*

It got simplified with newer version of rxjs .

1) Operators

import {map} from 'rxjs/operators';

2) Others

import {Observable,of, from } from 'rxjs';

Instead of chaining we need to pipe . For example

Old syntax :

source.map().switchMap().subscribe()

New Syntax:

source.pipe(map(), switchMap()).subscribe()

Note: Some operators have a name change due to name collisions with JavaScript reserved words! These include:

do -> tap,

catch -> catchError

switch -> switchAll

finally -> finalize


Rxjs v 5.*

I am writing this answer partly to help myself as I keep checking docs everytime I need to import an operator . Let me know if something can be done better way.

1) import { Rx } from 'rxjs/Rx';

This imports the entire library. Then you don't need to worry about loading each operator . But you need to append Rx. I hope tree-shaking will optimize and pick only needed funcionts( need to verify ) As mentioned in comments , tree-shaking can not help. So this is not optimized way.

public cache = new Rx.BehaviorSubject('');

Or you can import individual operators .

This will Optimize your app to use only those files :

2) import { _______ } from 'rxjs/_________';

This syntax usually used for main Object like Rx itself or Observable etc.,

Keywords which can be imported with this syntax

 Observable, Observer, BehaviorSubject, Subject, ReplaySubject

3) import 'rxjs/add/observable/__________';

Update for Angular 5

With Angular 5, which uses rxjs 5.5.2+

import { empty } from 'rxjs/observable/empty';
import { concat} from 'rxjs/observable/concat';

These are usually accompanied with Observable directly. For example

Observable.from()
Observable.of()

Other such keywords which can be imported using this syntax:

concat, defer, empty, forkJoin, from, fromPromise, if, interval, merge, of, 
range, throw, timer, using, zip

4) import 'rxjs/add/operator/_________';

Update for Angular 5

With Angular 5, which uses rxjs 5.5.2+

import { filter } from 'rxjs/operators/filter';
import { map } from 'rxjs/operators/map';

These usually come in the stream after the Observable is created. Like flatMap in this code snippet:

Observable.of([1,2,3,4])
          .flatMap(arr => Observable.from(arr));

Other such keywords using this syntax:

audit, buffer, catch, combineAll, combineLatest, concat, count, debounce, delay, 
distinct, do, every, expand, filter, finally, find , first, groupBy,
ignoreElements, isEmpty, last, let, map, max, merge, mergeMap, min, pluck, 
publish, race, reduce, repeat, scan, skip, startWith, switch, switchMap, take, 
takeUntil, throttle, timeout, toArray, toPromise, withLatestFrom, zip

FlatMap: flatMap is alias to mergeMap so we need to import mergeMap to use flatMap.


Note for /add imports :

We only need to import once in whole project. So its advised to do it at a single place. If they are included in multiple files, and one of them is deleted, the build will fail for wrong reasons.

Multiple aggregate functions in HAVING clause

select CUSTOMER_CODE,nvl(sum(decode(TRANSACTION_TYPE,'D',AMOUNT)),0)) DEBIT,nvl(sum(DECODE(TRANSACTION_TYPE,'C',AMOUNT)),0)) CREDIT,
nvl(sum(decode(TRANSACTION_TYPE,'D',AMOUNT)),0)) - nvl(sum(DECODE(TRANSACTION_TYPE,'C',AMOUNT)),0)) BALANCE from TRANSACTION   
GROUP BY CUSTOMER_CODE
having nvl(sum(decode(TRANSACTION_TYPE,'D',AMOUNT)),0)) > 0
AND (nvl(sum(decode(TRANSACTION_TYPE,'D',AMOUNT)),0)) - nvl(sum(DECODE(TRANSACTION_TYPE,'C',AMOUNT)),0))) > 0

VB.Net .Clear() or txtbox.Text = "" textbox clear methods

Clear() set the Text property to nothing. So txtbox1.Text = Nothing does the same thing as clear. An empty string (also available through String.Empty) is not a null reference, but has no value of course.

.NET obfuscation tools/strategy

I have had no problems with Smartassembly.

How is using "<%=request.getContextPath()%>" better than "../"

request.getContextPath()- returns root path of your application, while ../ - returns parent directory of a file.

You use request.getContextPath(), as it will always points to root of your application. If you were to move your jsp file from one directory to another, nothing needs to be changed. Now, consider the second approach. If you were to move your jsp files from one folder to another, you'd have to make changes at every location where you are referring your files.

Also, better approach of using request.getContextPath() will be to set 'request.getContextPath()' in a variable and use that variable for referring your path.

<c:set var="context" value="${pageContext.request.contextPath}" />
<script src="${context}/themes/js/jquery.js"></script>

PS- This is the one reason I can figure out. Don't know if there is any more significance to it.

How to dismiss notification after action has been clicked

You will need to run the following code after your intent is fired to remove the notification.

NotificationManagerCompat.from(this).cancel(null, notificationId);

NB: notificationId is the same id passed to run your notification

Use Excel pivot table as data source for another Pivot Table

As @nutsch implies, Excel won't do what you need directly, so you have to copy your data from the pivot table to somewhere else first. Rather than using copy and then paste values, however, a better way for many purposes is to create some hidden columns or a whole hidden sheet that copies values using simple formulae. The copy-paste approach isn't very useful when the original pivot table gets refreshed.

For instance, if Sheet1 contains the original pivot table, then:

  • Create Sheet2 and put =Sheet1!A1 into Sheet2!A1
  • Copy that formula around as many cells in Sheet2 as required to match the size of the original pivot table.
  • Assuming that the original pivot table could change size whenever it is refreshed, you could copy the formula in Sheet2 to cover the whole of the potential area the original pivot table could ever take. That will put lots of zeros in cells where the original cells are currently empty, but you could avoid that by using the formula =IF(Sheet1!A1="","",Sheet1!A1) instead.
  • Create your new pivot table based on a range within Sheet2, then hide Sheet2.

SQL Server Profiler - How to filter trace to only display events from one database?

Under Trace properties > Events Selection tab > select show all columns. Now under column filters, you should see the database name. Enter the database name for the Like section and you should see traces only for that database.

Extract public/private key from PKCS12 file for later use in SSH-PK-Authentication

This is possible with a bit of format conversion.

To extract the private key in a format openssh can use:

openssl pkcs12 -in pkcs12.pfx -nocerts -nodes | openssl rsa > id_rsa

To convert the private key to a public key:

openssl rsa -in id_rsa -pubout | ssh-keygen -f /dev/stdin -i -m PKCS8

To extract the public key in a format openssh can use:

openssl pkcs12 -in pkcs12.pfx -clcerts -nokeys | openssl x509 -pubkey -noout | ssh-keygen -f /dev/stdin -i -m PKCS8

How to measure the a time-span in seconds using System.currentTimeMillis()?

long start = System.currentTimeMillis();
counter.countPrimes(1000000);
long end = System.currentTimeMillis();

System.out.println("Took : " + ((end - start) / 1000));

UPDATE

An even more accurate solution would be:

final long start = System.nanoTime();
counter.countPrimes(1000000);
final long end = System.nanoTime();

System.out.println("Took: " + ((end - start) / 1000000) + "ms");
System.out.println("Took: " + (end - start)/ 1000000000 + " seconds");

How do I add an element to a list in Groovy?

From the documentation:

We can add to a list in many ways:

assert [1,2] + 3 + [4,5] + 6 == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
assert [1,2].plus(3).plus([4,5]).plus(6) == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
    //equivalent method for +
def a= [1,2,3]; a += 4; a += [5,6]; assert a == [1,2,3,4,5,6]
assert [1, *[222, 333], 456] == [1, 222, 333, 456]
assert [ *[1,2,3] ] == [1,2,3]
assert [ 1, [2,3,[4,5],6], 7, [8,9] ].flatten() == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]

def list= [1,2]
list.add(3) //alternative method name
list.addAll([5,4]) //alternative method name
assert list == [1,2,3,5,4]

list= [1,2]
list.add(1,3) //add 3 just before index 1
assert list == [1,3,2]
list.addAll(2,[5,4]) //add [5,4] just before index 2
assert list == [1,3,5,4,2]

list = ['a', 'b', 'z', 'e', 'u', 'v', 'g']
list[8] = 'x'
assert list == ['a', 'b', 'z', 'e', 'u', 'v', 'g', null, 'x']

You can also do:

def myNewList = myList << "fifth"

How to change the default encoding to UTF-8 for Apache?

In .htaccess add this line:

AddCharset utf-8 .html .css .php .txt .js

This is for those that do not have access to their server's conf file. It is just one more thing to try when other attempts failed.

As far as performance issues regarding the use of .htaccess I have not seen this. My typical page load times are 150-200 mS with or without .htaccess

What good is performance if your page does not render correctly. Most shared servers do not allow user access to the config file which is the preferred place to add a character set.

How to get visitor's location (i.e. country) using geolocation?

A very easy to use service is provided by ws.geonames.org. Here's an example URL:

http://ws.geonames.org/countryCode?lat=43.7534932&lng=28.5743187&type=JSON

And here's some (jQuery) code which I've added to your code:

if (navigator.geolocation) {
    navigator.geolocation.getCurrentPosition(function(position) {
        $.getJSON('http://ws.geonames.org/countryCode', {
            lat: position.coords.latitude,
            lng: position.coords.longitude,
            type: 'JSON'
        }, function(result) {
            alert('Country: ' + result.countryName + '\n' + 'Code: ' + result.countryCode);
        });
    });
}?

Try it on jsfiddle.net ...

Prevent nginx 504 Gateway timeout using PHP set_time_limit()

Since you're using php-fpm you should take advantage of fastcgi_finish_request() for processing requests you know can take longer.

Jenkins pipeline how to change to another folder

The dir wrapper can wrap, any other step, and it all works inside a steps block, for example:

steps {
    sh "pwd"
    dir('your-sub-directory') {
      sh "pwd"
    }
    sh "pwd"
} 

How do I concatenate a string with a variable?

This can happen because java script allows white spaces sometimes if a string is concatenated with a number. try removing the spaces and create a string and then pass it into getElementById.

example:

var str = 'horseThumb_'+id;

str = str.replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g,"");

function AddBorder(id){

    document.getElementById(str).className='hand positionLeft'

}

How to use a TRIM function in SQL Server

Example:

DECLARE @Str NVARCHAR(MAX) = N'
            foo   bar
        Foo           Bar        

'

PRINT '[' + @Str + ']'

DECLARE @StrPrv NVARCHAR(MAX) = N''

WHILE ((@StrPrv <> @Str) AND (@Str IS NOT NULL)) BEGIN
    SET @StrPrv = @Str

    -- Beginning
    IF EXISTS (SELECT 1 WHERE @Str LIKE '[' + CHAR(13) + CHAR(10) + CHAR(9) + ']%')
        SET @Str = LTRIM(RIGHT(@Str, LEN(@Str) - 1))

    -- Ending
    IF EXISTS (SELECT 1 WHERE @Str LIKE '%[' + CHAR(13) + CHAR(10) + CHAR(9) + ']')
        SET @Str = RTRIM(LEFT(@Str, LEN(@Str) - 1))
END

PRINT '[' + @Str + ']'

Result

[
            foo   bar
        Foo           Bar        

]
[foo   bar
        Foo           Bar]

Using fnTrim

Source: https://github.com/reduardo7/fnTrim

SELECT dbo.fnTrim(colName)

SQLAlchemy IN clause

With the expression API, which based on the comments is what this question is asking for, you can use the in_ method of the relevant column.

To query

SELECT id, name FROM user WHERE id in (123,456)

use

myList = [123, 456]
select = sqlalchemy.sql.select([user_table.c.id, user_table.c.name], user_table.c.id.in_(myList))
result = conn.execute(select)
for row in result:
    process(row)

This assumes that user_table and conn have been defined appropriately.

Spring Boot Rest Controller how to return different HTTP status codes?

Try this code:

@RequestMapping(value = "/validate", method = RequestMethod.GET, produces = "application/json")
public ResponseEntity<ErrorBean> validateUser(@QueryParam("jsonInput") final String jsonInput) {
    int numberHTTPDesired = 400;
    ErrorBean responseBean = new ErrorBean();
    responseBean.setError("ERROR");
    responseBean.setMensaje("Error in validation!");

    return new ResponseEntity<ErrorBean>(responseBean, HttpStatus.valueOf(numberHTTPDesired));
}

How to change background Opacity when bootstrap modal is open

Just in case someone is using Bootstrap 4. It seems we can no longer use .modal-backdrop.in, but must now use .modal-backdrop.show. Fade effect preserved.

.modal-backdrop.show {
    opacity: 0.7;
}

How to add scroll bar to the Relative Layout?

You want to enclose it with a scrollView.

How can I scale the content of an iframe?

As said, I doubt you can do it.
Maybe you can scale at least the text itself, by setting a style font-size: 80%;.
Untested, not sure it works, and won't resize boxes or images.

Combining a class selector and an attribute selector with jQuery

This will also work:

$(".myclass[reference='12345']").css('border', '#000 solid 1px');

Declare global variables in Visual Studio 2010 and VB.NET

Make it static (shared in VB).

Public Class Form1

   Public Shared SomeValue As Integer = 5

End Class

CSS How to set div height 100% minus nPx

great one... now i have stopped using % he he he... except for the main container as shown below:

<div id="divContainer">
    <div id="divHeader">
    </div>
    <div id="divContentArea">
        <div id="divContentLeft">
        </div>
        <div id="divContentRight">
        </div>
    </div>
    <div id="divFooter">
    </div>
</div>

and here is the css:

#divContainer {
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;
}
#divHeader {
    position: absolute;
    left: 0px;
    top: 0px;
    right: 0px;
    height: 28px;
}
#divContentArea {
    position: absolute;
    left: 0px;
    top: 30px;
    right: 0px;
    bottom: 30px;
}
#divContentLeft {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0px;
    left: 0px;
    width: 250px;
    bottom: 0px;
}
#divContentRight {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0px;
    left: 254px;
    right: 0px;
    bottom: 0px;
}
#divFooter {
    position: absolute;
    height: 28px;
    left: 0px;
    bottom: 0px;
    right: 0px;
}

i tested this in all known browsers and is working fine. Are there any drawbacks using this way?

Adding attribute in jQuery

$('#yourid').prop('disabled', true);

How to add multiple jar files in classpath in linux

You use the -classpath argument. You can use either a relative or absolute path. What that means is you can use a path relative to your current directory, OR you can use an absolute path that starts at the root /.

Example:

bash$ java -classpath path/to/jar/file MyMainClass

In this example the main function is located in MyMainClass and would be included somewhere in the jar file.

For compiling you need to use javac

Example:

bash$ javac -classpath path/to/jar/file MyMainClass.java

You can also specify the classpath via the environment variable, follow this example:

bash$ export CLASSPATH="path/to/jar/file:path/tojar/file2"
bash$ javac MyMainClass.java

For any normally complex java project you should look for the ant script named build.xml

How is a tag different from a branch in Git? Which should I use, here?

A tag represents a version of a particular branch at a moment in time. A branch represents a separate thread of development that may run concurrently with other development efforts on the same code base. Changes to a branch may eventually be merged back into another branch to unify them.

Usually you'll tag a particular version so that you can recreate it, e.g., this is the version we shipped to XYZ Corp. A branch is more of a strategy to provide on-going updates on a particular version of the code while continuing to do development on it. You'll make a branch of the delivered version, continue development on the main line, but make bug fixes to the branch that represents the delivered version. Eventually, you'll merge these bug fixes back into the main line. Often you'll use both branching and tagging together. You'll have various tags that may apply both to the main line and its branches marking particular versions (those delivered to customers, for instance) along each branch that you may want to recreate -- for delivery, bug diagnosis, etc.

It's actually more complicated than this -- or as complicated as you want to make it -- but these examples should give you an idea of the differences.

Remove last commit from remote git repository

Be careful that this will create an "alternate reality" for people who have already fetch/pulled/cloned from the remote repository. But in fact, it's quite simple:

git reset HEAD^ # remove commit locally
git push origin +HEAD # force-push the new HEAD commit

If you want to still have it in your local repository and only remove it from the remote, then you can use:

git push origin +HEAD^:<name of your branch, most likely 'master'>

How to use makefiles in Visual Studio?

To answer the specific questions...

I'm using VS2008. Can somebody please suggest some online references or books where I can find out more about how to deal with them?

This link will give you a good introduction into Makefiles by mapping it with Visual Studio.

Introduction to Makefiles for Visual Studio developers

I heard a lot about makefiles and how they simplify the compilation process.

Makefiles are powerful and flexible but may not be the best solution to simplify the process. Consider CMake which abstracts the build process well which is explained in this link.

CMake for Visual Studio Developers

Efficient way to do batch INSERTS with JDBC

The Statement gives you the following option:

Statement stmt = con.createStatement();

stmt.addBatch("INSERT INTO employees VALUES (1000, 'Joe Jones')");
stmt.addBatch("INSERT INTO departments VALUES (260, 'Shoe')");
stmt.addBatch("INSERT INTO emp_dept VALUES (1000, 260)");

// submit a batch of update commands for execution
int[] updateCounts = stmt.executeBatch();

How to install Java 8 on Mac

Assumption: Mac machine and you already have installed homebrew.

Install cask (with Homebrew 0.9.5 or higher, cask is included so skip this step):

$ brew tap caskroom/cask
$ brew tap caskroom/versions

To install latest java:

$ brew cask install java

To install java 8:

$ brew cask install adoptopenjdk/openjdk/adoptopenjdk8

If you want to install/manage multiple version then you can use 'jenv':

Install and configure jenv:

$ brew install jenv
$ echo 'export PATH="$HOME/.jenv/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.bash_profile
$ echo 'eval "$(jenv init -)"' >> ~/.bash_profile
$ source ~/.bash_profile

Add the installed java to jenv:

$ jenv add /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.8.0_202.jdk/Contents/Home
$ jenv add /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.11.0_2.jdk/Contents/Home

To see all the installed java:

$ jenv versions

Above command will give the list of installed java:

* system (set by /Users/lyncean/.jenv/version)
1.8
1.8.0.202-ea
oracle64-1.8.0.202-ea

Configure the java version which you want to use:

$ jenv global oracle64-1.6.0.39

To set JAVA_HOME:

$ jenv enable-plugin export

JavaScript/jQuery - "$ is not defined- $function()" error

You need to include the jQuery library on your page.

You can download jQuery here and host it yourself or you can link from an external source like from Google or Microsoft.

Google's:

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.2/jquery.min.js"></script>

Microsoft's:

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.microsoft.com/ajax/jquery/jquery-1.6.2.min.js">

How to programmatically connect a client to a WCF service?

You can also do what the "Service Reference" generated code does

public class ServiceXClient : ClientBase<IServiceX>, IServiceX
{
    public ServiceXClient() { }

    public ServiceXClient(string endpointConfigurationName) :
        base(endpointConfigurationName) { }

    public ServiceXClient(string endpointConfigurationName, string remoteAddress) :
        base(endpointConfigurationName, remoteAddress) { }

    public ServiceXClient(string endpointConfigurationName, EndpointAddress remoteAddress) :
        base(endpointConfigurationName, remoteAddress) { }

    public ServiceXClient(Binding binding, EndpointAddress remoteAddress) :
        base(binding, remoteAddress) { }

    public bool ServiceXWork(string data, string otherParam)
    {
        return base.Channel.ServiceXWork(data, otherParam);
    }
}

Where IServiceX is your WCF Service Contract

Then your client code:

var client = new ServiceXClient(new WSHttpBinding(SecurityMode.None), new EndpointAddress("http://localhost:911"));
client.ServiceXWork("data param", "otherParam param");

Escape double quote in VB string

Another example:

Dim myPath As String = """" & Path.Combine(part1, part2) & """"

Good luck!

What are the lesser known but useful data structures?

Bloom filter: Bit array of m bits, initially all set to 0.

To add an item you run it through k hash functions that will give you k indices in the array which you then set to 1.

To check if an item is in the set, compute the k indices and check if they are all set to 1.

Of course, this gives some probability of false-positives (according to wikipedia it's about 0.61^(m/n) where n is the number of inserted items). False-negatives are not possible.

Removing an item is impossible, but you can implement counting bloom filter, represented by array of ints and increment/decrement.

How to ignore SSL certificate errors in Apache HttpClient 4.0

Tested with HttpClient 4.5.5 with Fluent API

final SSLContext sslContext = new SSLContextBuilder()
    .loadTrustMaterial(null, (x509CertChain, authType) -> true).build();

CloseableHttpClient httpClient = HttpClients.custom()
    .setSSLHostnameVerifier(NoopHostnameVerifier.INSTANCE)
    .setSSLContext(sslContext).build();

String result = Executor.newInstance(httpClient)
    .execute(Request.Get("https://localhost:8080/someapi")
    .connectTimeout(1000).socketTimeout(1000))
    .returnContent().asString();

When running UPDATE ... datetime = NOW(); will all rows updated have the same date/time?

They should have the same time, the update is supposed to be atomic, meaning that whatever how long it takes to perform, the action is supposed to occurs as if all was done at the same time.

If you're experiencing a different behaviour, it's time to change for another DBMS.

How should I use Outlook to send code snippets?

If you are using Outlook 2010, you can define your own style and select your formatting you want, in the Format options there is one option for Language, here you can specify the language and specify whether you want spell checker to ignore the text with this style.

With this style you can now paste the code as text and select your new style. Outlook will not correct the text and will not perform the spell check on it.

Below is the summary of the style I have defined for emailing the code snippets.

Do not check spelling or grammar, Border:
Box: (Single solid line, Orange,  0.5 pt Line width)
Pattern: Clear (Custom Color(RGB(253,253,217))), Style: Linked, Automatically update, Quick Style
Based on: HTML Preformatted

Set default value of an integer column SQLite

Use the SQLite keyword default

db.execSQL("CREATE TABLE " + DATABASE_TABLE + " (" 
    + KEY_ROWID + " INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, "
    + KEY_NAME + " TEXT NOT NULL, "
    + KEY_WORKED + " INTEGER, "
    + KEY_NOTE + " INTEGER DEFAULT 0);");

This link is useful: http://www.sqlite.org/lang_createtable.html

What are the parameters for the number Pipe - Angular 2

From the DOCS

Formats a number as text. Group sizing and separator and other locale-specific configurations are based on the active locale.

SYNTAX:

number_expression | number[:digitInfo[:locale]]

where expression is a number:

digitInfo is a string which has a following format:

{minIntegerDigits}.{minFractionDigits}-{maxFractionDigits}
  • minIntegerDigits is the minimum number of integer digits to use.Defaults to 1
  • minFractionDigits is the minimum number of digits
  • after fraction. Defaults to 0. maxFractionDigits is the maximum number of digits after fraction. Defaults to 3.
  • locale is a string defining the locale to use (uses the current LOCALE_ID by default)

DEMO

Best practice to run Linux service as a different user

  • Some daemons (e.g. apache) do this by themselves by calling setuid()
  • You could use the setuid-file flag to run the process as a different user.
  • Of course, the solution you mentioned works as well.

If you intend to write your own daemon, then I recommend calling setuid(). This way, your process can

  1. Make use of its root privileges (e.g. open log files, create pid files).
  2. Drop its root privileges at a certain point during startup.

How to find the statistical mode?

The generic function fmode in the collapse package now available on CRAN implements a C++ based mode based on index hashing. It is significantly faster than any of the above approaches. It comes with methods for vectors, matrices, data.frames and dplyr grouped tibbles. Syntax:

fmode(x, g = NULL, w = NULL, ...)

where x can be one of the above objects, g supplies an optional grouping vector or list of grouping vectors (for grouped mode calculations, also performed in C++), and w (optionally) supplies a numeric weight vector. In the grouped tibble method, there is no g argument, you can do data %>% group_by(idvar) %>% fmode.

What are best practices that you use when writing Objective-C and Cocoa?

Think about nil values

As this question notes, messages to nil are valid in Objective-C. Whilst this is frequently an advantage -- leading to cleaner and more natural code -- the feature can occasionally lead to peculiar and difficult-to-track-down bugs if you get a nil value when you weren't expecting it.

Round number to nearest integer

This one is tricky, to be honest. There are many simple ways to do this nevertheless. Using math.ceil(), round(), and math.floor(), you can get a integer by using for example:

n = int(round(n))

If before we used this function n = 5.23, we would get returned 5. If you wanted to round to different place values, you could use this function:

def Round(n,k):
  point = '%0.' + str(k) + 'f'
  if k == 0:
    return int(point % n)
  else:
    return float(point % n)

If we used n (5.23) again, round it to the nearest tenth, and print the answer to the console, our code would be:

Round(5.23,1)

Which would return 5.2. Finally, if you wanted to round something to the nearest, let's say, 1.2, you can use the code:

def Round(n,k):
    return k * round(n/k)

If we wanted n to be rounded to 1.2, our code would be:

print(Round(n,1.2))

and our result:

4.8

Thank you! If you have any questions, please add a comment. :) (Happy Holidays!)

Setup a Git server with msysgit on Windows

Bonobo Git Server for Windows

From the Bonobo Git Server web page:

Bonobo Git Server for Windows is a web application you can install on your IIS and easily manage and connect to your git repositories.

Bonobo Git Server is a open-source project and you can find the source on github.

Features:

  • Secure and anonymous access to your git repositories
  • User friendly web interface for management
  • User and team based repository access management
  • Repository file browser
  • Commit browser
  • Localization

Brad Kingsley has a nice tutorial for installing and configuring Bonobo Git Server.

GitStack

Git Stack is another option. Here is a description from their web site:

GitStack is a software that lets you setup your own private Git server for Windows. This means that you create a leading edge versioning system without any prior Git knowledge. GitStack also makes it super easy to secure and keep your server up to date. GitStack is built on the top of the genuine Git for Windows and is compatible with any other Git clients. GitStack is completely free for small teams1.

1 the basic edition is free for up to 2 users

How to install PHP intl extension in Ubuntu 14.04

For php 5.6 on ubuntu 16.04

sudo apt-get install php5.6-intl

org.hibernate.PersistentObjectException: detached entity passed to persist

For JPA fixed using EntityManager merge() instead of persist()

EntityManager em = getEntityManager();
    try {
        em.getTransaction().begin();
        em.merge(fieldValue);
        em.getTransaction().commit();
    } catch (Exception e) {
        //do smthng
    } finally {
        em.close();
    }

How do I uninstall nodejs installed from pkg (Mac OS X)?

I took AhrB's list, while appended three more files. Here is the full list I have used:

sudo rm -rf /usr/local/lib/node /usr/local/lib/node_modules /var/db/receipts/org.nodejs.*
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/include/node /Users/$USER/.npm
sudo rm /usr/local/bin/node
sudo rm /usr/local/share/man/man1/node.1
sudo rm /usr/local/bin/npm
sudo rm /usr/local/share/systemtap/tapset/node.stp
sudo rm /usr/local/lib/dtrace/node.d
# In case you want to reinstall node with HomeBrew:
# brew install node

Can't Load URL: The domain of this URL isn't included in the app's domains

Like the other answer says, in the left hand side select Products and add product. Then select Facbook Login.

I then added http://localhost:3000/ to the field 'Valid OAuth redirect URIs', and then everything worked.

How do you change the formatting options in Visual Studio Code?

Edit:

This is now supported (as of 2019). Please see sajad saderi's answer below for instructions.

No, this is not currently supported (in 2015).

List of macOS text editors and code editors

CotEditor is a Cocoa-based open source text editor. It is popular in Japan.

"No cached version... available for offline mode."

With the new Android Studio 3.6 to toggle Gradle's offline mode go to View > Tool Windows > Gradle from the menu bar and toggle the value of Offline Mode that is near the top of the Gradle window.

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

For anyone else and just an addition to Robert, If your nav has flex display value, you can float the element that you need to the right, by adding this to its css

{
    margin-left: auto;
}

How is "mvn clean install" different from "mvn install"?

clean is its own build lifecycle phase (which can be thought of as an action or task) in Maven. mvn clean install tells Maven to do the clean phase in each module before running the install phase for each module.

What this does is clear any compiled files you have, making sure that you're really compiling each module from scratch.

Redirecting unauthorized controller in ASP.NET MVC

I had the same issue. Rather than figure out the MVC code, I opted for a cheap hack that seems to work. In my Global.asax class:

member x.Application_EndRequest() =
  if x.Response.StatusCode = 401 then 
      let redir = "?redirectUrl=" + Uri.EscapeDataString x.Request.Url.PathAndQuery
      if x.Request.Url.LocalPath.ToLowerInvariant().Contains("admin") then
          x.Response.Redirect("/Login/Admin/" + redir)
      else
          x.Response.Redirect("/Login/Login/" + redir)

handling DATETIME values 0000-00-00 00:00:00 in JDBC

To add to the other answers: If yout want the 0000-00-00 string, you can use noDatetimeStringSync=true (with the caveat of sacrificing timezone conversion).

The official MySQL bug: https://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=47108.

Also, for history, JDBC used to return NULL for 0000-00-00 dates but now return an exception by default. Source

How to initialize a struct in accordance with C programming language standards

Structure in C can be declared and initialized like this:

typedef struct book
{
    char title[10];
    char author[10];
    float price;
} book;

int main() {
    book b1={"DS", "Ajay", 250.0};

    printf("%s \t %s \t %f", b1.title, b1.author, b1.price);

    return 0;
}

How to get the last element of an array in Ruby?

Use -1 index (negative indices count backward from the end of the array):

a[-1] # => 5
b[-1] # => 6

or Array#last method:

a.last # => 5
b.last # => 6

Fatal error: Call to undefined function sqlsrv_connect()

First check that the extension is properly loaded in phpinfo(); (something like sqlsrv should appear). If not, the extension isn't properly loaded. You also need to restart apache after installing an extension.

Error: 'int' object is not subscriptable - Python

x is already integer(x=0) and again you trying to make x again integer and also you gave indexing which is beyound the limit because x already has only one indexing (0) and you are trying to give indexing same as age so thats why you get this error. use this simple code

name1 = input("What's your name? ")
age1 = int(input ("how old are you?" ))
x=0
twentyone = str(21-age1)
print("Hi, " +name1+ " you will be 21 in: " + twentyone + " years.")

How do I correctly setup and teardown for my pytest class with tests?

As @Bruno suggested, using pytest fixtures is another solution that is accessible for both test classes or even just simple test functions. Here's an example testing python2.7 functions:

import pytest

@pytest.fixture(scope='function')
def some_resource(request):
    stuff_i_setup = ["I setup"]

    def some_teardown():
        stuff_i_setup[0] += " ... but now I'm torn down..."
        print stuff_i_setup[0]
    request.addfinalizer(some_teardown)

    return stuff_i_setup[0]

def test_1_that_needs_resource(some_resource):
    print some_resource + "... and now I'm testing things..."

So, running test_1... produces:

I setup... and now I'm testing things...
I setup ... but now I'm torn down...

Notice that stuff_i_setup is referenced in the fixture, allowing that object to be setup and torn down for the test it's interacting with. You can imagine this could be useful for a persistent object, such as a hypothetical database or some connection, that must be cleared before each test runs to keep them isolated.

What is the difference between a pandas Series and a single-column DataFrame?

Quoting the Pandas docs

pandas.DataFrame(data=None, index=None, columns=None, dtype=None, copy=False)

Two-dimensional size-mutable, potentially heterogeneous tabular data structure with labeled axes (rows and columns). Arithmetic operations align on both row and column labels. Can be thought of as a dict-like container for Series objects. The primary pandas data structure.

So, the Series is the data structure for a single column of a DataFrame, not only conceptually, but literally, i.e. the data in a DataFrame is actually stored in memory as a collection of Series.

Analogously: We need both lists and matrices, because matrices are built with lists. Single row matricies, while equivalent to lists in functionality still cannot exist without the list(s) they're composed of.

They both have extremely similar APIs, but you'll find that DataFrame methods always cater to the possibility that you have more than one column. And, of course, you can always add another Series (or equivalent object) to a DataFrame, while adding a Series to another Series involves creating a DataFrame.

Easy way to add drop down menu with 1 - 100 without doing 100 different options?

Jquery One-liners:

ES6 + jQuery:

$('#select').append([...Array(100).keys()].map((i,j) => `< option >${i}</option >`))

Lodash + jQuery:

$('#select').append(_.range(100).map(function(i,j){ return $('<option>',{text:i})}))

Bootstrap 3 - 100% height of custom div inside column

I was just looking for a smiliar issue and I found this:

.div{
  height : 100vh;
}

more info

vw: 1/100th viewport width
vh: 1/100th viewport height
vmin: 1/100th of the smallest side
vmax: 1/100th of the largest side

How can I SELECT rows with MAX(Column value), DISTINCT by another column in SQL?

Since people seem to keep running into this thread (comment date ranges from 1.5 year) isn't this much simpler:

SELECT * FROM (SELECT * FROM topten ORDER BY datetime DESC) tmp GROUP BY home

No aggregation functions needed...

Cheers.

How to get numeric position of alphabets in java?

String str = "abcdef";
char[] ch  = str.toCharArray();
for(char c : ch){
    int temp = (int)c;
    int temp_integer = 96; //for lower case
    if(temp<=122 & temp>=97)
        System.out.print(temp-temp_integer);
}

Output:

123456

@Shiki for Capital/UpperCase letters use the following code:

String str = "DEFGHI";
char[] ch  = str.toCharArray();
for(char c : ch){
    int temp = (int)c;
    int temp_integer = 64; //for upper case
    if(temp<=90 & temp>=65)
        System.out.print(temp-temp_integer);
}

Output:

456789

Remove duplicates from a List<T> in C#

As a helper method (without Linq):

public static List<T> Distinct<T>(this List<T> list)
{
    return (new HashSet<T>(list)).ToList();
}

Identifier not found error on function call

Unlike other languages you may be used to, everything in C++ has to be declared before it can be used. The compiler will read your source file from top to bottom, so when it gets to the call to swapCase, it doesn't know what it is so you get an error. You can declare your function ahead of main with a line like this:

void swapCase(char *name);

or you can simply move the entirety of that function ahead of main in the file. Don't worry about having the seemingly most important function (main) at the bottom of the file. It is very common in C or C++ to do that.

How do I escape spaces in path for scp copy in Linux?

I had huge difficulty getting this to work for a shell variable containing a filename with whitespace. For some reason using:

file="foo bar/baz"
scp [email protected]:"'$file'"

as in @Adrian's answer seems to fail.

Turns out that what works best is using a parameter expansion to prepend backslashes to the whitespace as follows:

file="foo bar/baz"
file=${file// /\\ }
scp [email protected]:"$file"

ReactJS - Call One Component Method From Another Component

You can do something like this

import React from 'react';

class Header extends React.Component {

constructor() {
    super();
}

checkClick(e, notyId) {
    alert(notyId);
}

render() {
    return (
        <PopupOver func ={this.checkClick } />
    )
}
};

class PopupOver extends React.Component {

constructor(props) {
    super(props);
    this.props.func(this, 1234);
}

render() {
    return (
        <div className="displayinline col-md-12 ">
            Hello
        </div>
    );
}
}

export default Header;

Using statics

var MyComponent = React.createClass({
 statics: {
 customMethod: function(foo) {
  return foo === 'bar';
  }
 },
   render: function() {
 }
});

MyComponent.customMethod('bar');  // true

In C#, what is the difference between public, private, protected, and having no access modifier?

Hmm.

See here: Access Modifiers.

In a nutshell:

Public gives the method or type complete visibility from other types/classes.

Private allows only the type containing the private method/variable access to the private method/variable (note that nested classes also have access to the containing classes private methods/variables).

Protected is similar to private except derived classes can also access protected methods.

"Nothing" is VB.NET's equivalent to null. Although if you're referring to "nothing" meaning "no access modifier", then it depends, although a very rough rule of thumb (certainly in C#) is that if you don't explicitly specify an access modifier, the method/variable declaration is usually as restricted as it can be. i.e.

public class MyClass
{
    string s = "";
}

is effectively the same as:

public class MyClass
{
    private string s = "";
}

The linked MSDN article will offer a fully description when there's no access modifier explicitly specified.

Rails: select unique values from a column

If you want to also select extra fields:

Model.select('DISTINCT ON (models.ratings) models.ratings, models.id').map { |m| [m.id, m.ratings] }

How to prevent http file caching in Apache httpd (MAMP)

<FilesMatch "\.(js|css)$">
  ExpiresActive On
  ExpiresDefault A1
  Header append Cache-Control must-revalidate
</FilesMatch>

Line continue character in C#

You must use one of the following ways:

    string s = @"loooooooooooooooooooooooong loooooong
                  long long long";

string s = "loooooooooong loooong" +
           " long long" ;

Postgresql - unable to drop database because of some auto connections to DB

What you need to be certain is that the service using the DB is not running.

Experienced same issue, running some Java apps, and none of the above options worked, not even restart.

Run a ps aux kill the main service using the DB.

  • kill -9 'PID' of the application
  • or if the application runs as a service make sure to run the service stop cmd for your OS.

After that the default way to drop a table will work flawlessly.

In my example were issues with

Difference between mkdir() and mkdirs() in java for java.io.File

mkdirs() will create the specified directory path in its entirety where mkdir() will only create the bottom most directory, failing if it can't find the parent directory of the directory it is trying to create.

In other words mkdir() is like mkdir and mkdirs() is like mkdir -p.

For example, imagine we have an empty /tmp directory. The following code

new File("/tmp/one/two/three").mkdirs();

would create the following directories:

  • /tmp/one
  • /tmp/one/two
  • /tmp/one/two/three

Where this code:

new File("/tmp/one/two/three").mkdir();

would not create any directories - as it wouldn't find /tmp/one/two - and would return false.

Adding image to JFrame

Here is a simple example of adding an image to a JFrame:

frame.add(new JLabel(new ImageIcon("Path/To/Your/Image.png")));

A monad is just a monoid in the category of endofunctors, what's the problem?

Note: No, this isn't true. At some point there was a comment on this answer from Dan Piponi himself saying that the cause and effect here was exactly the opposite, that he wrote his article in response to James Iry's quip. But it seems to have been removed, perhaps by some compulsive tidier.

Below is my original answer.


It's quite possible that Iry had read From Monoids to Monads, a post in which Dan Piponi (sigfpe) derives monads from monoids in Haskell, with much discussion of category theory and explicit mention of "the category of endofunctors on Hask" . In any case, anyone who wonders what it means for a monad to be a monoid in the category of endofunctors might benefit from reading this derivation.

Java Date cut off time information

The question is contradictory. It asks for a date without a time of day yet displays an example with a time of 00:00:00.

Joda-Time

UPDATE: The Joda-Time project is now in maintenance mode, with the team advising migration to the java.time classes. See my other Answer for java.time solution.

If instead you want the time-of-day set to the first moment of the day, use a DateTime object on the Joda-Time library and call its withTimeAtStartOfDay method. Be aware that the first moment may not be the time 00:00:00 because of Daylight Saving Time or perhaps other anomalies.

Java 8 lambda get and remove element from list

I'm sure this will be an unpopular answer, but it works...

ProducerDTO[] p = new ProducerDTO[1];
producersProcedureActive
            .stream()
            .filter(producer -> producer.getPod().equals(pod))
            .findFirst()
            .ifPresent(producer -> {producersProcedureActive.remove(producer); p[0] = producer;}

p[0] will either hold the found element or be null.

The "trick" here is circumventing the "effectively final" problem by using an array reference that is effectively final, but setting its first element.

Call web service in excel

For an updated answer see this SO question:

calling web service using VBA code in excel 2010

Both threads should be merged though.

What is the difference between a heuristic and an algorithm?

Heuristic, in a nutshell is an "Educated guess". Wikipedia explains it nicely. At the end, a "general acceptance" method is taken as an optimal solution to the specified problem.

Heuristic is an adjective for experience-based techniques that help in problem solving, learning and discovery. A heuristic method is used to rapidly come to a solution that is hoped to be close to the best possible answer, or 'optimal solution'. Heuristics are "rules of thumb", educated guesses, intuitive judgments or simply common sense. A heuristic is a general way of solving a problem. Heuristics as a noun is another name for heuristic methods.

In more precise terms, heuristics stand for strategies using readily accessible, though loosely applicable, information to control problem solving in human beings and machines.

While an algorithm is a method containing finite set of instructions used to solving a problem. The method has been proven mathematically or scientifically to work for the problem. There are formal methods and proofs.

Heuristic algorithm is an algorithm that is able to produce an acceptable solution to a problem in many practical scenarios, in the fashion of a general heuristic, but for which there is no formal proof of its correctness.

JSON.Parse,'Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token o

Maybe what comes from the server is already evaluated as JSON object? For example, using jQuery get method:

$.get('/service', function(data) {  
  var obj = data;

      /* 
         "obj" is evaluated at this point if server responded 
         with "application/json" or similar.
       */
      for (var i = 0; i < obj.length; i++) {
        console.log(obj[i].Name);
      }
    });

Alternatively, if you need to turn JSON object into JSON string literal, you can use JSON.stringify:

var json = [{"Id":"10","Name":"Matt"},{"Id":"1","Name":"Rock"}];
var jsonString = JSON.stringify(json);

But in this case I don't understand why you can't just take the json variable and refer to it instead of stringifying and parsing.

When to use StringBuilder in Java

The Microsoft certification material addresses this same question. In the .NET world, the overhead for the StringBuilder object makes a simple concatenation of 2 String objects more efficient. I would assume a similar answer for Java strings.

Should have subtitle controller already set Mediaplayer error Android

Also you can only set mediaPlayer.reset() and in onDestroy set it to release.

MySQL - force not to use cache for testing speed of query

Any reference to current date/time will disable the query cache for that selection:

SELECT *,NOW() FROM TABLE

See "Prerequisites and Notes for MySQL Query Cache Use" @ http://dev.mysql.com/tech-resources/articles/mysql-query-cache.html

How to save and load numpy.array() data properly?

For a short answer you should use np.save and np.load. The advantages of these is that they are made by developers of the numpy library and they already work (plus are likely already optimized nicely) e.g.

import numpy as np
from pathlib import Path

path = Path('~/data/tmp/').expanduser()
path.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)

lb,ub = -1,1
num_samples = 5
x = np.random.uniform(low=lb,high=ub,size=(1,num_samples))
y = x**2 + x + 2

np.save(path/'x', x)
np.save(path/'y', y)

x_loaded = np.load(path/'x.npy')
y_load = np.load(path/'y.npy')

print(x is x_loaded) # False
print(x == x_loaded) # [[ True  True  True  True  True]]

Expanded answer:

In the end it really depends in your needs because you can also save it human readable format (see this Dump a NumPy array into a csv file) or even with other libraries if your files are extremely large (see this best way to preserve numpy arrays on disk for an expanded discussion).

However, (making an expansion since you use the word "properly" in your question) I still think using the numpy function out of the box (and most code!) most likely satisfy most user needs. The most important reason is that it already works. Trying to use something else for any other reason might take you on an unexpectedly LONG rabbit hole to figure out why it doesn't work and force it work.

Take for example trying to save it with pickle. I tried that just for fun and it took me at least 30 minutes to realize that pickle wouldn't save my stuff unless I opened & read the file in bytes mode with wb. Took time to google, try thing, understand the error message etc... Small detail but the fact that it already required me to open a file complicated things in unexpected ways. To add that it required me to re-read this (which btw is sort of confusing) Difference between modes a, a+, w, w+, and r+ in built-in open function?.

So if there is an interface that meets your needs use it unless you have a (very) good reason (e.g. compatibility with matlab or for some reason your really want to read the file and printing in python really doesn't meet your needs, which might be questionable). Furthermore, most likely if you need to optimize it you'll find out later down the line (rather than spend ages debugging useless stuff like opening a simple numpy file).

So use the interface/numpy provide. It might not be perfect it's most likely fine, especially for a library that's been around as long as numpy.

I already spent the saving and loading data with numpy in a bunch of way so have fun with it, hope it helps!

import numpy as np
import pickle
from pathlib import Path

path = Path('~/data/tmp/').expanduser()
path.mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)

lb,ub = -1,1
num_samples = 5
x = np.random.uniform(low=lb,high=ub,size=(1,num_samples))
y = x**2 + x + 2

# using save (to npy), savez (to npz)
np.save(path/'x', x)
np.save(path/'y', y)
np.savez(path/'db', x=x, y=y)
with open(path/'db.pkl', 'wb') as db_file:
    pickle.dump(obj={'x':x, 'y':y}, file=db_file)

## using loading npy, npz files
x_loaded = np.load(path/'x.npy')
y_load = np.load(path/'y.npy')
db = np.load(path/'db.npz')
with open(path/'db.pkl', 'rb') as db_file:
    db_pkl = pickle.load(db_file)

print(x is x_loaded)
print(x == x_loaded)
print(x == db['x'])
print(x == db_pkl['x'])
print('done')

Some comments on what I learned:

  • np.save as expected, this already compresses it well (see https://stackoverflow.com/a/55750128/1601580), works out of the box without any file opening. Clean. Easy. Efficient. Use it.
  • np.savez uses a uncompressed format (see docs) Save several arrays into a single file in uncompressed .npz format. If you decide to use this (you were warned to go away from the standard solution so expect bugs!) you might discover that you need to use argument names to save it, unless you want to use the default names. So don't use this if the first already works (or any works use that!)
  • Pickle also allows for arbitrary code execution. Some people might not want to use this for security reasons.
  • human readable files are expensive to make etc. Probably not worth it.
  • there is something called hdf5 for large files. Cool! https://stackoverflow.com/a/9619713/1601580

Note this is not an exhaustive answer. But for other resources check this:

Programmatically navigate using React router

If happen to pair RR4 w/ redux through react-router-redux, use the routing action creators from react-router-redux is a option as well.

import { push, replace, ... } from 'react-router-redux'

class WrappedComponent extends React.Component {
  handleRedirect(url, replaceState = true) { 
    replaceState 
      ? this.props.dispatch(replace(url)) 
      : this.props.dispatch(push(url)) 
  }
  render() { ... }
}

export default connect(null)(WrappedComponent)

If use redux thunk/saga to manage async flow, import the above action creators in redux actions and hook to react components using mapDispatchToProps might be better.

Converting string to integer

The function you need is CInt.

ie CInt(PrinterLabel)

See Type Conversion Functions (Visual Basic) on MSDN

Edit: Be aware that CInt and its relatives behave differently in VB.net and VBScript. For example, in VB.net, CInt casts to a 32-bit integer, but in VBScript, CInt casts to a 16-bit integer. Be on the lookout for potential overflows!

Should I use alias or alias_method?

A year after asking the question comes a new article on the subject:

http://erniemiller.org/2014/10/23/in-defense-of-alias/

It seems that "so many men, so many minds." From the former article author encourages to use alias_method, while the latter suggests using alias.

However there's a common overview of these methods in both blogposts and answers above:

  • use alias when you want to limit aliasing to the scope where it's defined
  • use alias_method to allow inherited classes to access it

When do you use Git rebase instead of Git merge?

The Pro Git book has a really good explanation on the rebasing page.

Basically a merge will take two commits and combine them.

A rebase will go to the common ancestor on the two and incrementally apply the changes on top of each other. This makes for a 'cleaner' and more linear history.

But when you rebase, you abandon previous commits and create new ones. So you should never rebase a repository that is public. The other people working on the repository will hate you.

For that reason alone I almost exclusively merge. 99% of the time my branches don’t differ that much, so if there are conflicts it's only in one or two places.

Apache and Node.js on the Same Server

Running Node and Apache on one server is trivial as they don't conflict. NodeJS is just a way to execute JavaScript server side. The real dilemma comes from accessing both Node and Apache from outside. As I see it you have two choices:

  1. Set up Apache to proxy all matching requests to NodeJS, which will do the file uploading and whatever else in node.

  2. Have Apache and Node on different IP:port combinations (if your server has two IPs, then one can be bound to your node listener, the other to Apache).

I'm also beginning to suspect that this might not be what you are actually looking for. If your end goal is for you to write your application logic in Nodejs and some "file handling" part that you off-load to a contractor, then its really a choice of language, not a web server.

tmux status bar configuration

Do C-b, :show which will show you all your current settings. /green, nnn will find you which properties have been set to green, the default. Do C-b, :set window-status-bg cyan and the bottom bar should change colour.

List available colours for tmux

You can tell more easily by the titles and the colours as they're actually set in your live session :show, than by searching through the man page, in my opinion. It is a very well-written man page when you have the time though.

If you don't like one of your changes and you can't remember how it was originally set, you can open do a new tmux session. To change settings for good edit ~/.tmux.conf with a line like set window-status-bg -g cyan. Here's mine: https://gist.github.com/9083598

How can I pass a parameter to a Java Thread?

For Anonymous classes:

In response to question edits here is how it works for Anonymous classes

   final X parameter = ...; // the final is important
   Thread t = new Thread(new Runnable() {
       p = parameter;
       public void run() { 
         ...
       };
   t.start();

Named classes:

You have a class that extends Thread (or implements Runnable) and a constructor with the parameters you'd like to pass. Then, when you create the new thread, you have to pass in the arguments, and then start the thread, something like this:

Thread t = new MyThread(args...);
t.start();

Runnable is a much better solution than Thread BTW. So I'd prefer:

   public class MyRunnable implements Runnable {
      private X parameter;
      public MyRunnable(X parameter) {
         this.parameter = parameter;
      }

      public void run() {
      }
   }
   Thread t = new Thread(new MyRunnable(parameter));
   t.start();

This answer is basically the same as this similar question: How to pass parameters to a Thread object

Base64 encoding and decoding in oracle

I've implemented this to send Cyrillic e-mails through my MS Exchange server.

function to_base64(t in varchar2) return varchar2 is
 begin
    return utl_raw.cast_to_varchar2(utl_encode.base64_encode(utl_raw.cast_to_raw(t)));
end to_base64;

Try it.

upd: after a minor adjustment I came up with this, so it works both ways now:

function from_base64(t in varchar2) return varchar2 is
begin
  return utl_raw.cast_to_varchar2(utl_encode.base64_decode(utl_raw.cast_to_raw(t)));
end from_base64;

You can check it:

SQL> set serveroutput on
SQL> 
SQL> declare
  2    function to_base64(t in varchar2) return varchar2 is
  3    begin
  4      return utl_raw.cast_to_varchar2(utl_encode.base64_encode(utl_raw.cast_to_raw(t)));
  5    end to_base64;
  6  
  7    function from_base64(t in varchar2) return varchar2 is
  8    begin
  9      return utl_raw.cast_to_varchar2(utl_encode.base64_decode(utl_raw.cast_to_raw    (t)));
 10    end from_base64;
 11  
 12  begin
 13    dbms_output.put_line(from_base64(to_base64('asdf')));
 14  end;
 15  /

asdf

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed

upd2: Ok, here's a sample conversion that works for CLOB I just came up with. Try to work it out for your blobs. :)

declare

  clobOriginal     clob;
  clobInBase64     clob;
  substring        varchar2(2000);
  n                pls_integer := 0;
  substring_length pls_integer := 2000;

  function to_base64(t in varchar2) return varchar2 is
  begin
    return utl_raw.cast_to_varchar2(utl_encode.base64_encode(utl_raw.cast_to_raw(t)));
  end to_base64;

  function from_base64(t in varchar2) return varchar2 is
  begin
    return utl_raw.cast_to_varchar2(utl_encode.base64_decode(utl_raw.cast_to_raw(t)));
  end from_base64;

begin

  select clobField into clobOriginal from clobTable where id = 1;

  while true loop

    /*we substract pieces of substring_length*/
    substring := dbms_lob.substr(clobOriginal,
                                 least(substring_length, substring_length * n + 1 - length(clobOriginal)),
                                 substring_length * n + 1);  
    /*if no substring is found  - then we've reached the end of blob*/

    if substring is null then
      exit;
    end if;  

    /*convert them to base64 encoding and stack it in new clob vadriable*/
    clobInBase64 := clobInBase64 || to_base64(substring);          
    n := n + 1;  

  end loop;

  n := 0;
  clobOriginal := null;

  /*then we do the very same thing backwards - decode base64*/
  while true loop 

    substring := dbms_lob.substr(clobInBase64,
                                 least(substring_length, substring_length * n + 1 - length(clobInBase64)),
                                 substring_length * n + 1);  
    if substring is null then
      exit;
    end if;  
    clobOriginal := clobOriginal || from_base64(substring);  
    n := n + 1;  
  end loop; 

      /*and insert the data in our sample table - to ensure it's the same*/
  insert into clobTable (id, anotherClobField) values (1, clobOriginal);

end;

Can I append an array to 'formdata' in javascript?

var formData = new FormData; var arr = ['item1', 'item2', 'item3'];

arr.forEach(item => {
    formData.append(
        "myFile",item
    ); });

Remove trailing newline from the elements of a string list

>>> my_list = ['this\n', 'is\n', 'a\n', 'list\n', 'of\n', 'words\n']
>>> map(str.strip, my_list)
['this', 'is', 'a', 'list', 'of', 'words']

Document directory path of Xcode Device Simulator

If your app uses CoreData, a nifty trick is to search for the name of the sqlite file using terminal.

find ~ -name my_app_db_name.sqlite

The results will list the full file paths to any simulators that have run your app.

I really wish Apple would just add a button to the iOS Simulator file menu like "Reveal Documents folder in Finder".

Multiple INSERT statements vs. single INSERT with multiple VALUES

It is not too surprising: the execution plan for the tiny insert is computed once, and then reused 1000 times. Parsing and preparing the plan is quick, because it has only four values to del with. A 1000-row plan, on the other hand, needs to deal with 4000 values (or 4000 parameters if you parameterized your C# tests). This could easily eat up the time savings you gain by eliminating 999 roundtrips to SQL Server, especially if your network is not overly slow.

Angular: How to update queryParams without changing route

First, we need to import the router module from angular router and declare its alias name

import { Router } from '@angular/router'; ---> import
class AbcComponent implements OnInit(){
constructor(
    private router: Router ---> decalre alias name
  ) { }
}

1. You can change query params by using "router.navigate" function and pass the query parameters

this.router.navigate([], { queryParams: {_id: "abc", day: "1", name: "dfd"} 
});

It will update query params in the current i.e activated route

  1. The below will redirect to abc page with _id, day and name as query params

    this.router.navigate(['/abc'], { queryParams: {_id: "abc", day: "1", name: "dfd"} });

    It will update query params in the "abc" route along with three query paramters

For fetching query params:-

    import { ActivatedRoute } from '@angular/router'; //import activated routed

    export class ABC implements OnInit {

    constructor(
        private route: ActivatedRoute //declare its alias name
      ) {}

    ngOnInit(){
       console.log(this.route.snapshot.queryParamMap.get('_id')); //this will fetch the query params
    }