Programs & Examples On #Equals

Refers to Java equals method, indicating whether some object is "equal to" this one.

Why do I need to override the equals and hashCode methods in Java?

Java puts a rule that

"If two objects are equal using Object class equals method, then the hashcode method should give the same value for these two objects."

So, if in our class we override equals() we should override hashcode() method also to follow this rule. Both methods, equals() and hashcode(), are used in Hashtable, for example, to store values as key-value pairs. If we override one and not the other, there is a possibility that the Hashtable may not work as we want, if we use such object as a key.

How do you say not equal to in Ruby?

Yes. In Ruby the not equal to operator is:

!=

You can get a full list of ruby operators here: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/ruby/ruby_operators.htm.

Hashcode and Equals for Hashset

according jdk source code from javasourcecode.org, HashSet use HashMap as its inside implementation, the code about put method of HashSet is below :

public V put(K key, V value) {
        if (key == null)
            return putForNullKey(value);
        int hash = hash(key.hashCode());
        int i = indexFor(hash, table.length);
        for (Entry<K,V> e = table[i]; e != null; e = e.next) {
            Object k;
            if (e.hash == hash && ((k = e.key) == key || key.equals(k))) {
                V oldValue = e.value;
                e.value = value;
                e.recordAccess(this);
                return oldValue;
            }
        }

        modCount++;
        addEntry(hash, key, value, i);
        return null;
    }

The rule is firstly check the hash, then check the reference and then call equals method of the object will be putted in.

Difference between null and empty ("") Java String

String is an Object and can be null

null means that the String Object was not instantiated

"" is an actual value of the instantiated Object String like "aaa"

Here is a link that might clarify that point http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/concepts/object.html

Comparing two strings, ignoring case in C#

If you're looking for efficiency, use this:

string.Equals(val, "astringvalue", StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase)

Ordinal comparisons can be significantly faster than culture-aware comparisons.

ToLowerCase can be the better option if you're doing a lot of comparisons against the same string, however.

As with any performance optimization: measure it, then decide!

Overriding the java equals() method - not working?

the instanceOf statement is often used in implementation of equals.

This is a popular pitfall !

The problem is that using instanceOf violates the rule of symmetry:

(object1.equals(object2) == true) if and only if (object2.equals(object1))

if the first equals is true, and object2 is an instance of a subclass of the class where obj1 belongs to, then the second equals will return false!

if the regarded class where ob1 belongs to is declared as final, then this problem can not arise, but in general, you should test as follows:

this.getClass() != otherObject.getClass(); if not, return false, otherwise test the fields to compare for equality!

Integer value comparison

To figure out if an Integer is greater than 0, you can:

  • check if compareTo(O) returns a positive number:

    if (count.compareTo(0) > 0)
         ...
    

    But that looks pretty silly, doesn't it? Better just...

  • use autoboxing1:

    if (count > 0)
        ....
    

    This is equivalent to:

    if (count.intValue() > 0)
        ...
    

    It is important to note that "==" is evaluated like this, with the Integer operand unboxed rather than the int operand boxed. Otherwise, count == 0 would return false when count was initialized as new Integer(0) (because "==" tests for reference equality).

1Technically, the first example uses autoboxing (before Java 1.5 you couldn't pass an int to compareTo) and the second example uses unboxing. The combined feature is often simply called "autoboxing" for short, which is often then extended into calling both types of conversions "autoboxing". I apologize for my lax usage of terminology.

Any reason to prefer getClass() over instanceof when generating .equals()?

If you want to ensure only that class will match then use getClass() ==. If you want to match subclasses then instanceof is needed.

Also, instanceof will not match against a null but is safe to compare against a null. So you don't have to null check it.

if ( ! (obj instanceof MyClass) ) { return false; }

this in equals method

You have to look how this is called:

someObject.equals(someOtherObj); 

This invokes the equals method on the instance of someObject. Now, inside that method:

public boolean equals(Object obj) {   if (obj == this) { //is someObject equal to obj, which in this case is someOtherObj?     return true;//If so, these are the same objects, and return true   } 

You can see that this is referring to the instance of the object that equals is called on. Note that equals() is non-static, and so must be called only on objects that have been instantiated.

Note that == is only checking to see if there is referential equality; that is, the reference of this and obj are pointing to the same place in memory. Such references are naturally equal:

Object a = new Object(); Object b = a; //sets the reference to b to point to the same place as a Object c = a; //same with c b.equals(c);//true, because everything is pointing to the same place 

Further note that equals() is generally used to also determine value equality. Thus, even if the object references are pointing to different places, it will check the internals to determine if those objects are the same:

FancyNumber a = new FancyNumber(2);//Internally, I set a field to 2 FancyNumber b = new FancyNumber(2);//Internally, I set a field to 2 a.equals(b);//true, because we define two FancyNumber objects to be equal if their internal field is set to the same thing. 

How do I test if a variable does not equal either of two values?

var test = $("#test").val();
if (test != 'A' && test != 'B'){
    do stuff;
}
else {
    do other stuff;
}

Compare two List<T> objects for equality, ignoring order

Thinking this should do what you want:

list1.All(item => list2.Contains(item)) &&
list2.All(item => list1.Contains(item));

if you want it to be distinct, you could change it to:

list1.All(item => list2.Contains(item)) &&
list1.Distinct().Count() == list1.Count &&
list1.Count == list2.Count

How to override equals method in Java

if age is int you should use == if it is Integer object then you can use equals(). You also need to implement hashcode method if you override equals. Details of the contract is available in the javadoc of Object and also at various pages in web.

What issues should be considered when overriding equals and hashCode in Java?

The theory (for the language lawyers and the mathematically inclined):

equals() (javadoc) must define an equivalence relation (it must be reflexive, symmetric, and transitive). In addition, it must be consistent (if the objects are not modified, then it must keep returning the same value). Furthermore, o.equals(null) must always return false.

hashCode() (javadoc) must also be consistent (if the object is not modified in terms of equals(), it must keep returning the same value).

The relation between the two methods is:

Whenever a.equals(b), then a.hashCode() must be same as b.hashCode().

In practice:

If you override one, then you should override the other.

Use the same set of fields that you use to compute equals() to compute hashCode().

Use the excellent helper classes EqualsBuilder and HashCodeBuilder from the Apache Commons Lang library. An example:

public class Person {
    private String name;
    private int age;
    // ...

    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        return new HashCodeBuilder(17, 31). // two randomly chosen prime numbers
            // if deriving: appendSuper(super.hashCode()).
            append(name).
            append(age).
            toHashCode();
    }

    @Override
    public boolean equals(Object obj) {
       if (!(obj instanceof Person))
            return false;
        if (obj == this)
            return true;

        Person rhs = (Person) obj;
        return new EqualsBuilder().
            // if deriving: appendSuper(super.equals(obj)).
            append(name, rhs.name).
            append(age, rhs.age).
            isEquals();
    }
}

Also remember:

When using a hash-based Collection or Map such as HashSet, LinkedHashSet, HashMap, Hashtable, or WeakHashMap, make sure that the hashCode() of the key objects that you put into the collection never changes while the object is in the collection. The bulletproof way to ensure this is to make your keys immutable, which has also other benefits.

How to determine equality for two JavaScript objects?

If you are working in AngularJS, the angular.equals function will determine if two objects are equal. In Ember.js use isEqual.

  • angular.equals - See the docs or source for more on this method. It does a deep compare on arrays too.
  • Ember.js isEqual - See the docs or source for more on this method. It does not do a deep compare on arrays.

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Compare two objects with .equals() and == operator

You should override equals

 public boolean equals (Object obj) {
     if (this==obj) return true;
     if (this == null) return false;
     if (this.getClass() != obj.getClass()) return false;
     // Class name is Employ & have lastname
     Employe emp = (Employee) obj ;
     return this.lastname.equals(emp.getlastname());
 }

compareTo() vs. equals()

  1. equals can take any Object as a parameter but compareTo can only take String.

  2. when cometo null,compareTo will throw a exception

  3. when you want to know where the diff happen,you can use compareTo.

How to check if my string is equal to null?

This should work:

if (myString != null && !myString.equals(""))
    doSomething
}

If not, then myString likely has a value that you are not expecting. Try printing it out like this:

System.out.println("+" + myString + "+");

Using the '+' symbols to surround the string will show you if there is extra whitespace in there that you're not accounting for.

How can I express that two values are not equal to eachother?

"Not equals" can be expressed with the "not" operator ! and the standard .equals.

if (a.equals(b)) // a equals b
if (!a.equals(b)) // a not equal to b

Java, how to compare Strings with String Arrays

Right now you seem to be saying 'does this array of strings equal this string', which of course it never would.

Perhaps you should think about iterating through your array of strings with a loop, and checking each to see if they are equals() with the inputted string?

...or do I misunderstand your question?

How to compare two maps by their values

The result of equals in your example is obviously false because you are comparing the map a with some values in it with an empty map b (probably a copy and paste error). I recommend to use proper variable names (so you can avoid these kinds of errors) and make use of generics, too.

    Map<String, String> first = new HashMap<String, String>();
    first.put("f"+"oo", "bar"+"bar");
    first.put("fo"+"o", "bar"+"bar");

    Map second = new HashMap();
    second.put("f"+"oo", "bar"+"bar");
    second.put("fo"+"o", "bar"+"bar");

    System.out.println("equals: " + first.equals(second));

The concatenation of your strings doesn't have any effect because it will be done at compile time.

Why do we have to override the equals() method in Java?

The default behavior for java.lang.Object is to compare references, but that's not appropriate for every kind of object. There are things called Value Objects (like BigDecimal or String), where objects with the same value are considered to be interchangeable, so the default behavior of equals is not desirable. Those kinds of objects have to implement equals and hashcode based on the value that the object takes on.

Getting an element from a Set

it looks like the proper object to use is the Interner from guava :

Provides equivalent behavior to String.intern() for other immutable types. Common implementations are available from the Interners class.

It also has a few very interesting levers, like concurrencyLevel, or the type of references used (it might be worth noting that it doesn't offer a SoftInterner which I could see as more useful than a WeakInterner).

Check if bash variable equals 0

you can also use this format and use comparison operators like '==' '<='

  if (( $total == 0 )); then
      echo "No results for ${1}"
      return
  fi

Best implementation for hashCode method for a collection

@about8 : there is a pretty serious bug there.

Zam obj1 = new Zam("foo", "bar", "baz");
Zam obj2 = new Zam("fo", "obar", "baz");

same hashcode

you probably want something like

public int hashCode() {
    return (getFoo().hashCode() + getBar().hashCode()).toString().hashCode();

(can you get hashCode directly from int in Java these days? I think it does some autocasting.. if that's the case, skip the toString, it's ugly.)

C# difference between == and Equals()

I would add that if you cast your object to a string then it will work correctly. This is why the compiler will give you a warning saying:

Possible unintended reference comparison; to get a value comparison, cast the left hand side to type 'string'

Setting equal heights for div's with jQuery

Answer to your specific question

Your code was checking all columns within any container, what you need to do is:

  • Loop through each container
    • Get the heights of each column within that container
    • Find the highest one
    • Apply that height to every column in that container before moving on to the next one.

Note: Try to provide an example jsfiddle of your issue, it enables us to more easily help you and understand the issue, you get to see the working solution straight away and it encourages quicker responses.

Quick (Rough) Example

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Library!

Here's a library i found that looks promising if you want some more clever equalisation controls

http://brm.io/jquery-match-height-demo/



Addressing @Mem's question

Question: Will $(document).ready() work if you have images that need to load which in turn modify the heights of the containers?


Equalising heights after image load

If you are loading images, you will find that this solution doesn't always work. This is because document.ready is fired at the earliest possible time, which means it does not wait for external resources to be loaded in (such as images).

When your images finally load, they may distort the heights of their containers after the equalisation script has run, causing it too appear not too work.


Solving equalising heights with images

  1. Bind to image loading events

This is the best solution (at the time of writing) and involves binding to the img.load event. All you have to do is get a count of how many img's there are $('img').length and then for each load, -1 from that count until you hit zero, then fire the equaliser.

The caveat here is load may not fire in all browsers if the image is in the cache. Look around google/github, there should be a solution script out there. At the time of writing i found waitForImages from Alexander Dickson (untested, this is not an endorsement).

  1. Another more reliable solution is the window.load event. This should generally always work. However, if you check the docs out, you'll notice this event fires after ALL external resources are loaded. This means if your images are loaded but there's some javascript waiting to download it won't fire until that completes.

If you load the majority of your externals asyncronously and are clever with minimising, compressing and spreading the load you probably wont have any issues with this method, however a suddenly slow CDN (happens all the time) could cause issues.

In both cases, you could take a dumb approach and apply fallback timers. Have the equalise script run automatically after a set few seconds just in case the event doesn't fire or something is slow out of your control. It's not fool proof, but in reality you'll satisfy 99% of your visitors with this fallback if you tune the timer correctly.



Years later this is still getting upvotes, with flexbox widely supported these days you may want to consider just plain CSS for this, unless there's a specific reason you are using JS for it

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Create the perfect JPA entity

I'll try to answer several key points: this is from long Hibernate/ persistence experience including several major applications.

Entity Class: implement Serializable?

Keys needs to implement Serializable. Stuff that's going to go in the HttpSession, or be sent over the wire by RPC/Java EE, needs to implement Serializable. Other stuff: not so much. Spend your time on what's important.

Constructors: create a constructor with all required fields of the entity?

Constructor(s) for application logic, should have only a few critical "foreign key" or "type/kind" fields which will always be known when creating the entity. The rest should be set by calling the setter methods -- that's what they're for.

Avoid putting too many fields into constructors. Constructors should be convenient, and give basic sanity to the object. Name, Type and/or Parents are all typically useful.

OTOH if application rules (today) require a Customer to have an Address, leave that to a setter. That is an example of a "weak rule". Maybe next week, you want to create a Customer object before going to the Enter Details screen? Don't trip yourself up, leave possibility for unknown, incomplete or "partially entered" data.

Constructors: also, package private default constructor?

Yes, but use 'protected' rather than package private. Subclassing stuff is a real pain when the necessary internals are not visible.

Fields/Properties

Use 'property' field access for Hibernate, and from outside the instance. Within the instance, use the fields directly. Reason: allows standard reflection, the simplest & most basic method for Hibernate, to work.

As for fields 'immutable' to the application -- Hibernate still needs to be able to load these. You could try making these methods 'private', and/or put an annotation on them, to prevent application code making unwanted access.

Note: when writing an equals() function, use getters for values on the 'other' instance! Otherwise, you'll hit uninitialized/ empty fields on proxy instances.

Protected is better for (Hibernate) performance?

Unlikely.

Equals/HashCode?

This is relevant to working with entities, before they've been saved -- which is a thorny issue. Hashing/comparing on immutable values? In most business applications, there aren't any.

A customer can change address, change the name of their business, etc etc -- not common, but it happens. Corrections also need to be possible to make, when the data was not entered correctly.

The few things that are normally kept immutable, are Parenting and perhaps Type/Kind -- normally the user recreates the record, rather than changing these. But these do not uniquely identify the entity!

So, long and short, the claimed "immutable" data isn't really. Primary Key/ ID fields are generated for the precise purpose, of providing such guaranteed stability & immutability.

You need to plan & consider your need for comparison & hashing & request-processing work phases when A) working with "changed/ bound data" from the UI if you compare/hash on "infrequently changed fields", or B) working with "unsaved data", if you compare/hash on ID.

Equals/HashCode -- if a unique Business Key is not available, use a non-transient UUID which is created when the entity is initialized

Yes, this is a good strategy when required. Be aware that UUIDs are not free, performance-wise though -- and clustering complicates things.

Equals/HashCode -- never refer to related entities

"If related entity (like a parent entity) needs to be part of the Business Key then add a non insertable, non updatable field to store the parent id (with the same name as the ManytoOne JoinColumn) and use this id in the equality check"

Sounds like good advice.

Hope this helps!

BigDecimal equals() versus compareTo()

You can also compare with double value

BigDecimal a= new BigDecimal("1.1"); BigDecimal b =new BigDecimal("1.1");
System.out.println(a.doubleValue()==b.doubleValue());

Equals(=) vs. LIKE

LIKE and = are different. LIKE is what you would use in a search query. It also allows wildcards like _ (simple character wildcard) and % (multi-character wildcard).

= should be used if you want exact matches and it will be faster.

This site explains LIKE

bash string equality

There's no difference, == is a synonym for = (for the C/C++ people, I assume). See here, for example.

You could double-check just to be really sure or just for your interest by looking at the bash source code, should be somewhere in the parsing code there, but I couldn't find it straightaway.

What's the difference between ".equals" and "=="?

Here is a simple interpretation about your problem:

== (equal to) used to evaluate arithmetic expression

where as

equals() method used to compare string

Therefore, it its better to use == for numeric operations & equals() method for String related operations. So, for comparison of objects the equals() method would be right choice.

Why would you use String.Equals over ==?

There is one subtle but very important difference between == and the String.Equals methods:

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        CheckEquality("a", "a");
        Console.WriteLine("----------");
        CheckEquality("a", "ba".Substring(1));
    }

    static void CheckEquality<T>(T value1, T value2) where T : class
    {
        Console.WriteLine("value1: {0}", value1);
        Console.WriteLine("value2: {0}", value2);

        Console.WriteLine("value1 == value2:      {0}", value1 == value2);
        Console.WriteLine("value1.Equals(value2): {0}", value1.Equals(value2));

        if (typeof(T).IsEquivalentTo(typeof(string)))
        {
            string string1 = (string)(object)value1;
            string string2 = (string)(object)value2;
            Console.WriteLine("string1 == string2:    {0}", string1 == string2);
        }
    }
}

Produces this output:

value1: a
value2: a
value1 == value2:      True
value1.Equals(value2): True
string1 == string2:    True
----------
value1: a
value2: a
value1 == value2:      False
value1.Equals(value2): True
string1 == string2:    True

You can see that the == operator is returning false to two obviously equal strings. Why? Because the == operator in use in the generic method is resolved to be the op_equal method as defined by System.Object (the only guarantee of T the method has at compile time), which means that it's reference equality instead of value equality.

When you have two values typed as System.String explicitly, then == has a value-equality semantic because the compiler resolves the == to System.String.op_equal instead of System.Object.op_equal.

So to play it safe, I almost always use String.Equals instead to that I always get the value equality semantics I want.

And to avoid NullReferenceExceptions if one of the values is null, I always use the static String.Equals method:

bool true = String.Equals("a", "ba".Substring(1));

(How) can I count the items in an enum?

Add a entry, at the end of your enum, called Folders_MAX or something similar and use this value when initializing your arrays.

ContainerClass* m_containers[Folders_MAX];

Figure out size of UILabel based on String in Swift

This is my answer in Swift 4.1 and Xcode 9.4.1

//This is your label
let proNameLbl = UILabel(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 20, width: 300, height: height))
proNameLbl.text = "This is your text"
proNameLbl.font = UIFont.systemFont(ofSize: 17)
proNameLbl.numberOfLines = 0
proNameLbl.lineBreakMode = .byWordWrapping
infoView.addSubview(proNameLbl)

//Function to calculate height for label based on text
func heightForView(text:String, font:UIFont, width:CGFloat) -> CGFloat {
    let label:UILabel = UILabel(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: width, height: CGFloat.greatestFiniteMagnitude))
    label.numberOfLines = 0
    label.lineBreakMode = NSLineBreakMode.byWordWrapping
    label.font = font
    label.text = text

    label.sizeToFit()
    return label.frame.height
}

Now you call this function

//Call this function
let height = heightForView(text: "This is your text", font: UIFont.systemFont(ofSize: 17), width: 300)
print(height)//Output : 41.0

Why doesn't CSS ellipsis work in table cell?

It's also important to put

table-layout:fixed;

Onto the containing table, so it operates well in IE9 (if your utilize max-width) as well.

How to reset settings in Visual Studio Code?

You can get your menu back by pressing/holding alt, you can then toggle the menu back on via the View menu.

As for your settings, you can open your user settings through the command palette:

  1. Press F1
  2. Type user settings
  3. Press enter
  4. Click the "sheet" icon to open the settings.json file:

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From there you can delete the file's contents and save to reset your settings.


For a more manual route, the settings files are located in the following locations:

  • Windows %APPDATA%\Code\User\settings.json
  • macOS $HOME/Library/Application Support/Code/User/settings.json
  • Linux $HOME/.config/Code/User/settings.json

Extensions are located in the following locations:

  • Windows %USERPROFILE%\.vscode\extensions
  • macOS ~/.vscode/extensions
  • Linux ~/.vscode/extensions

How to effectively work with multiple files in Vim

In my and other many vim users, the best option is to,

  • Open the file using,

:e file_name.extension

And then just Ctrl + 6 to change to the last buffer. Or, you can always press

:ls to list the buffer and then change the buffer using b followed by the buffer number.

  • We make a vertical or horizontal split using

:vsp for vertical split

:sp for horizantal split

And then <C-W><C-H/K/L/j> to change the working split.

You can ofcourse edit any file in any number of splits.

How do I fix a merge conflict due to removal of a file in a branch?

The conflict message:

CONFLICT (delete/modify): res/layout/dialog_item.xml deleted in dialog and modified in HEAD

means that res/layout/dialog_item.xml was deleted in the 'dialog' branch you are merging, but was modified in HEAD (in the branch you are merging to).

So you have to decide whether

  • remove file using "git rm res/layout/dialog_item.xml"

or

  • accept version from HEAD (perhaps after editing it) with "git add res/layout/dialog_item.xml"

Then you finalize merge with "git commit".

Note that git will warn you that you are creating a merge commit, in the (rare) case where it is something you don't want. Probably remains from the days where said case was less rare.

How to disable logging on the standard error stream in Python?

Found an elegant solution using decorators, which addresses the following problem: what if you are writing a module with several functions, each of them with several debugging messages, and you want to disable logging in all functions but the one you are currently focusing on?

You can do it using decorators:

import logging, sys
logger = logging.getLogger()
logging.basicConfig(stream=sys.stderr, level=logging.DEBUG)


def disable_debug_messages(func):
    def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
        prev_state = logger.disabled
        logger.disabled = True
        result = func(*args, **kwargs)
        logger.disabled = prev_state
        return result
    return wrapper

Then, you can do:

@disable_debug_messages
def function_already_debugged():
    ...
    logger.debug("This message won't be showed because of the decorator")
    ...

def function_being_focused():
    ...
    logger.debug("This message will be showed")
    ...

Even if you call function_already_debugged from within function_being_focused, debug messages from function_already_debugged won't be showed. This ensures you will see only the debug messages from the function you are focusing on.

Hope it helps!

Django upgrading to 1.9 error "AppRegistryNotReady: Apps aren't loaded yet."

In the "admin" module of your app package, do register all the databases created in "models" module of the package.

Suppose you have a database class defined in "models" module as:

class myDb1(models.Model):
    someField= models.Charfiled(max_length=100)

so you must register this in the admin module as:

from .models import myDb1
admin.site.register(myDb1)

I hope this resolve the error.

Scanner vs. BufferedReader

Scanner is used for parsing tokens from the contents of the stream while BufferedReader just reads the stream and does not do any special parsing.

In fact you can pass a BufferedReader to a scanner as the source of characters to parse.

Select multiple elements from a list

mylist[c(5,7,9)] should do it.

You want the sublists returned as sublists of the result list; you don't use [[]] (or rather, the function is [[) for that -- as Dason mentions in comments, [[ grabs the element.

How do C++ class members get initialized if I don't do it explicitly?

In lieu of explicit initialization, initialization of members in classes works identically to initialization of local variables in functions.

For objects, their default constructor is called. For example, for std::string, the default constructor sets it to an empty string. If the object's class does not have a default constructor, it will be a compile error if you do not explicitly initialize it.

For primitive types (pointers, ints, etc), they are not initialized -- they contain whatever arbitrary junk happened to be at that memory location previously.

For references (e.g. std::string&), it is illegal not to initialize them, and your compiler will complain and refuse to compile such code. References must always be initialized.

So, in your specific case, if they are not explicitly initialized:

    int *ptr;  // Contains junk
    string name;  // Empty string
    string *pname;  // Contains junk
    string &rname;  // Compile error
    const string &crname;  // Compile error
    int age;  // Contains junk

how does array[100] = {0} set the entire array to 0?

It depends where you put this initialisation.

If the array is static as in

char array[100] = {0};

int main(void)
{
...
}

then it is the compiler that reserves the 100 0 bytes in the data segement of the program. In this case you could have omitted the initialiser.

If your array is auto, then it is another story.

int foo(void)
{
char array[100] = {0};
...
}

In this case at every call of the function foo you will have a hidden memset.

The code above is equivalent to

int foo(void)
{ 
char array[100];

memset(array, 0, sizeof(array));
....
}

and if you omit the initializer your array will contain random data (the data of the stack).

If your local array is declared static like in

int foo(void)
{ 
static char array[100] = {0};
...
}

then it is technically the same case as the first one.

How to get the host name of the current machine as defined in the Ansible hosts file?

You can limit the scope of a playbook by changing the hosts header in its plays without relying on your special host label ‘local’ in your inventory. Localhost does not need a special line in inventories.

- name: run on all except local
  hosts: all:!local

Strip HTML from strings in Python

This method works flawlessly for me and requires no additional installations:

import re
import htmlentitydefs

def convertentity(m):
    if m.group(1)=='#':
        try:
            return unichr(int(m.group(2)))
        except ValueError:
            return '&#%s;' % m.group(2)
        try:
            return htmlentitydefs.entitydefs[m.group(2)]
        except KeyError:
            return '&%s;' % m.group(2)

def converthtml(s):
    return re.sub(r'&(#?)(.+?);',convertentity,s)

html =  converthtml(html)
html.replace("&nbsp;", " ") ## Get rid of the remnants of certain formatting(subscript,superscript,etc).

How to add facebook share button on my website?

You don't need all that code. All you need are the following lines:

<a href="https://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?u=example.org" target="_blank">
  Share on Facebook
</a>

Documentation can be found at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/plugins/share-links/

Array copy values to keys in PHP

$final_array = array_combine($a, $a);

Reference: http://php.net/array-combine

P.S. Be careful with source array containing duplicated keys like the following:

$a = ['one','two','one'];

Note the duplicated one element.

How to count the NaN values in a column in pandas DataFrame

df.isnull().sum() will give the column-wise sum of missing values.

If you want to know the sum of missing values in a particular column then following code will work: df.column.isnull().sum()

Split Spark Dataframe string column into multiple columns

Here's a solution to the general case that doesn't involve needing to know the length of the array ahead of time, using collect, or using udfs. Unfortunately this only works for spark version 2.1 and above, because it requires the posexplode function.

Suppose you had the following DataFrame:

df = spark.createDataFrame(
    [
        [1, 'A, B, C, D'], 
        [2, 'E, F, G'], 
        [3, 'H, I'], 
        [4, 'J']
    ]
    , ["num", "letters"]
)
df.show()
#+---+----------+
#|num|   letters|
#+---+----------+
#|  1|A, B, C, D|
#|  2|   E, F, G|
#|  3|      H, I|
#|  4|         J|
#+---+----------+

Split the letters column and then use posexplode to explode the resultant array along with the position in the array. Next use pyspark.sql.functions.expr to grab the element at index pos in this array.

import pyspark.sql.functions as f

df.select(
        "num",
        f.split("letters", ", ").alias("letters"),
        f.posexplode(f.split("letters", ", ")).alias("pos", "val")
    )\
    .show()
#+---+------------+---+---+
#|num|     letters|pos|val|
#+---+------------+---+---+
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  0|  A|
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  1|  B|
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  2|  C|
#|  1|[A, B, C, D]|  3|  D|
#|  2|   [E, F, G]|  0|  E|
#|  2|   [E, F, G]|  1|  F|
#|  2|   [E, F, G]|  2|  G|
#|  3|      [H, I]|  0|  H|
#|  3|      [H, I]|  1|  I|
#|  4|         [J]|  0|  J|
#+---+------------+---+---+

Now we create two new columns from this result. First one is the name of our new column, which will be a concatenation of letter and the index in the array. The second column will be the value at the corresponding index in the array. We get the latter by exploiting the functionality of pyspark.sql.functions.expr which allows us use column values as parameters.

df.select(
        "num",
        f.split("letters", ", ").alias("letters"),
        f.posexplode(f.split("letters", ", ")).alias("pos", "val")
    )\
    .drop("val")\
    .select(
        "num",
        f.concat(f.lit("letter"),f.col("pos").cast("string")).alias("name"),
        f.expr("letters[pos]").alias("val")
    )\
    .show()
#+---+-------+---+
#|num|   name|val|
#+---+-------+---+
#|  1|letter0|  A|
#|  1|letter1|  B|
#|  1|letter2|  C|
#|  1|letter3|  D|
#|  2|letter0|  E|
#|  2|letter1|  F|
#|  2|letter2|  G|
#|  3|letter0|  H|
#|  3|letter1|  I|
#|  4|letter0|  J|
#+---+-------+---+

Now we can just groupBy the num and pivot the DataFrame. Putting that all together, we get:

df.select(
        "num",
        f.split("letters", ", ").alias("letters"),
        f.posexplode(f.split("letters", ", ")).alias("pos", "val")
    )\
    .drop("val")\
    .select(
        "num",
        f.concat(f.lit("letter"),f.col("pos").cast("string")).alias("name"),
        f.expr("letters[pos]").alias("val")
    )\
    .groupBy("num").pivot("name").agg(f.first("val"))\
    .show()
#+---+-------+-------+-------+-------+
#|num|letter0|letter1|letter2|letter3|
#+---+-------+-------+-------+-------+
#|  1|      A|      B|      C|      D|
#|  3|      H|      I|   null|   null|
#|  2|      E|      F|      G|   null|
#|  4|      J|   null|   null|   null|
#+---+-------+-------+-------+-------+

DateTime2 vs DateTime in SQL Server

I think DATETIME2 is the better way to store the date, because it has more efficiency than the DATETIME. In SQL Server 2008 you can use DATETIME2, it stores a date and time, takes 6-8 bytes to store and has a precision of 100 nanoseconds. So anyone who needs greater time precision will want DATETIME2.

How to redirect a url in NGINX

First make sure you have installed Nginx with the HTTP rewrite module. To install this we need to have pcre-library

How to install pcre library

If the above mentioned are done or if you already have them, then just add the below code in your nginx server block

  if ($host !~* ^www\.) {
    rewrite ^(.*)$ http://www.$host$1 permanent;
  }

To remove www from every request you can use

  if ($host = 'www.your_domain.com' ) {
   rewrite  ^/(.*)$  http://your_domain.com/$1  permanent;
  }

so your server block will look like

  server {
            listen       80;
            server_name  test.com;
            if ($host !~* ^www\.) {
                    rewrite ^(.*)$ http://www.$host$1 permanent;
            }
            client_max_body_size   10M;
            client_body_buffer_size   128k;

            root       /home/test/test/public;
            passenger_enabled on;
            rails_env production;

            error_page   500 502 503 504  /50x.html;
            location = /50x.html {
                    root   html;
            }
    }

Print "hello world" every X seconds

Use java.util.Timer and Timer#schedule(TimerTask,delay,period) method will help you.

public class RemindTask extends TimerTask {
    public void run() {
      System.out.println(" Hello World!");
    }
    public static void main(String[] args){
       Timer timer = new Timer();
       timer.schedule(new RemindTask(), 3000,3000);
    }
  }

Jmeter - Run .jmx file through command line and get the summary report in a excel

Navigate to the jmeter/bin directory from command line and

jmeter -n -t <YourTestScript.jmx> -l <TestScriptsResults.jtl>

I want to truncate a text or line with ellipsis using JavaScript

KooiInc has a good answer to this. To summarise:

String.prototype.trunc = 
      function(n){
          return this.substr(0,n-1)+(this.length>n?'&hellip;':'');
      };

Now you can do:

var s = 'not very long';
s.trunc(25); //=> not very long
s.trunc(5); //=> not...

And if you prefer it as a function, as per @AlienLifeForm's comment:

function truncateWithEllipses(text, max) 
{
    return text.substr(0,max-1)+(text.length>max?'&hellip;':''); 
}

Full credit goes to KooiInc for this.

Getter and Setter?

After reading the other advices, I'm inclined to say that:

As a GENERIC rule, you will not always define setters for ALL properties, specially "internal" ones (semaphores, internal flags...). Read-only properties will not have setters, obviously, so some properties will only have getters; that's where __get() comes to shrink the code:

  • define a __get() (magical global getters) for all those properties which are alike,
  • group them in arrays so:
    • they'll share common characteristics: monetary values will/may come up properly formatted, dates in an specific layout (ISO, US, Intl.), etc.
    • the code itself can verify that only existing & allowed properties are being read using this magical method.
    • whenever you need to create a new similar property, just declare it and add its name to the proper array and it's done. That's way FASTER than defining a new getter, perhaps with some lines of code REPEATED again and again all over the class code.

Yes! we could write a private method to do that, also, but then again, we'll have MANY methods declared (++memory) that end up calling another, always the same, method. Why just not write a SINGLE method to rule them all...? [yep! pun absolutely intended! :)]

Magic setters can also respond ONLY to specific properties, so all date type properties can be screened against invalid values in one method alone. If date type properties were listed in an array, their setters can be defined easily. Just an example, of course. there are way too many situations.

About readability... Well... That's another debate: I don't like to be bound to the uses of an IDE (in fact, I don't use them, they tend to tell me (and force me) how to write... and I have my likes about coding "beauty"). I tend to be consistent about naming, so using ctags and a couple of other aids is sufficient to me... Anyway: once all this magic setters and getters are done, I write the other setters that are too specific or "special" to be generalized in a __set() method. And that covers all I need about getting and setting properties. Of course: there's not always a common ground, or there are such a few properties that is not worth the trouble of coding a magical method, and then there's still the old good traditional setter/getter pair.

Programming languages are just that: human artificial languages. So, each of them has its own intonation or accent, syntax and flavor, so I won't pretend to write a Ruby or Python code using the same "accent" than Java or C#, nor I would write a JavaScript or PHP to resemble Perl or SQL... Use them the way they're meant to be used.

AttributeError("'str' object has no attribute 'read'")

AttributeError("'str' object has no attribute 'read'",)

This means exactly what it says: something tried to find a .read attribute on the object that you gave it, and you gave it an object of type str (i.e., you gave it a string).

The error occurred here:

json.load (jsonofabitch)['data']['children']

Well, you aren't looking for read anywhere, so it must happen in the json.load function that you called (as indicated by the full traceback). That is because json.load is trying to .read the thing that you gave it, but you gave it jsonofabitch, which currently names a string (which you created by calling .read on the response).

Solution: don't call .read yourself; the function will do this, and is expecting you to give it the response directly so that it can do so.

You could also have figured this out by reading the built-in Python documentation for the function (try help(json.load), or for the entire module (try help(json)), or by checking the documentation for those functions on http://docs.python.org .

Add Bean Programmatically to Spring Web App Context

Actually AnnotationConfigApplicationContext derived from AbstractApplicationContext, which has empty postProcessBeanFactory method left for override

/**
 * Modify the application context's internal bean factory after its standard
 * initialization. All bean definitions will have been loaded, but no beans
 * will have been instantiated yet. This allows for registering special
 * BeanPostProcessors etc in certain ApplicationContext implementations.
 * @param beanFactory the bean factory used by the application context
 */
protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
}

To leverage this, Create AnnotationConfigApplicationContextProvider class which may look like following(given for Vertx instance example, you can use MyClass instead)...

public class CustomAnnotationApplicationContextProvider {
private final Vertx vertx;

public CustomAnnotationApplicationContextProvider(Vertx vertx) {
    this.vertx = vertx;
}

/**
 * Register all beans to spring bean factory
 *
 * @param beanFactory, spring bean factory to register your instances
 */
private void configureBeans(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
    beanFactory.registerSingleton("vertx", vertx);
}

/**
 * Proxy method to create {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext} instance with no params
 *
 * @return {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext} instance
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get() {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext() {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}

/**
 * Proxy method to call {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(DefaultListableBeanFactory)} with our logic
 *
 * @param beanFactory bean factory for spring
 * @return
 * @see AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(DefaultListableBeanFactory)
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get(DefaultListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(beanFactory) {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}

/**
 * Proxy method to call {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(Class[])} with our logic
 *
 * @param annotatedClasses, set of annotated classes for spring
 * @return
 * @see AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(Class[])
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get(Class<?>... annotatedClasses) {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(annotatedClasses) {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}

/**
 * proxy method to call {@link AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(String...)} with our logic
 *
 * @param basePackages set of base packages for spring
 * @return
 * @see AnnotationConfigApplicationContext#AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(String...)
 */
public AnnotationConfigApplicationContext get(String... basePackages) {
    return new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext(basePackages) {

        @Override
        protected void postProcessBeanFactory(ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory) {
            super.postProcessBeanFactory(beanFactory);
            configureBeans(beanFactory);
        }
    };
}
}

While creating ApplicationContext you can create it using

Vertx vertx = ...; // either create or for vertx, it'll be passed to main verticle
ApplicationContext context = new CustomAnnotationApplicationContextProvider(vertx).get(ApplicationSpringConfig.class);

React - How to force a function component to render?

Update react v16.8 (16 Feb 2019 realease)

Since react 16.8 released with hooks, function components are now have the ability to hold persistent state. With that ability you can now mimic a forceUpdate:

_x000D_
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function App() {_x000D_
  const [, updateState] = React.useState();_x000D_
  const forceUpdate = React.useCallback(() => updateState({}), []);_x000D_
  console.log("render");_x000D_
  return (_x000D_
    <div>_x000D_
      <button onClick={forceUpdate}>Force Render</button>_x000D_
    </div>_x000D_
  );_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
const rootElement = document.getElementById("root");_x000D_
ReactDOM.render(<App />, rootElement);
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/react/16.8.1/umd/react.production.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/react-dom/16.8.1/umd/react-dom.production.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="root"/>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Note that this approach should be re-considered and in most cases when you need to force an update you probably doing something wrong.


Before react 16.8.0

No you can't, State-Less function components are just normal functions that returns jsx, you don't have any access to the React life cycle methods as you are not extending from the React.Component.

Think of function-component as the render method part of the class components.

Can pm2 run an 'npm start' script

pm2 start ./bin/www

can running

if you wanna multiple server deploy you can do that. instead of pm2 start npm -- start

how to check the dtype of a column in python pandas

If you want to mark the type of a dataframe column as a string, you can do:

df['A'].dtype.kind

An example:

In [8]: df = pd.DataFrame([[1,'a',1.2],[2,'b',2.3]])
In [9]: df[0].dtype.kind, df[1].dtype.kind, df[2].dtype.kind
Out[9]: ('i', 'O', 'f')

The answer for your code:

for y in agg.columns:
    if(agg[y].dtype.kind == 'f' or agg[y].dtype.kind == 'i'):
          treat_numeric(agg[y])
    else:
          treat_str(agg[y])

Note:

How do I simulate a low bandwidth, high latency environment?

LANforge ICE is a network emulator with an emphasis on virtual routing, jitter, corruption and delay. Projects have used it to emulate satellite link, cable and modem connections, and high-speed (10Gbit) wan emulation. You can use a Java GUI to build your virtual networks and generate very detailed reports of the traffic flow. The LANforge products also provide traffic generation features: frame, ethernet, layer-3 and stateful traffic (NFS, http). Recent editions for LANforge have sophisticated WiFi testing features as well.

ssh : Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-with-mic)

Maybe you should assign the public key to the authorized_keys, the simple way to do this is using ssh-copy-id -i your-pub-key-file user@dest.

Get Multiple Values in SQL Server Cursor

Do not use @@fetch_status - this will return status from the last cursor in the current connection. Use the example below:

declare @sqCur cursor;
declare @data varchar(1000);
declare @i int = 0, @lastNum int, @rowNum int;
set @sqCur = cursor local static read_only for 
    select
         row_number() over (order by(select null)) as RowNum
        ,Data -- you fields
    from YourIntTable
open @cur
begin try
    fetch last from @cur into @lastNum, @data
    fetch absolute 1 from @cur into @rowNum, @data --start from the beginning and get first value 
    while @i < @lastNum
    begin
        set @i += 1

        --Do your job here
        print @data

        fetch next from @cur into @rowNum, @data
    end
end try
begin catch
    close @cur      --|
    deallocate @cur --|-remove this 3 lines if you do not throw
    ;throw          --|
end catch
close @cur
deallocate @cur

How can I remove a pytz timezone from a datetime object?

To remove a timezone (tzinfo) from a datetime object:

# dt_tz is a datetime.datetime object
dt = dt_tz.replace(tzinfo=None)

If you are using a library like arrow, then you can remove timezone by simply converting an arrow object to to a datetime object, then doing the same thing as the example above.

# <Arrow [2014-10-09T10:56:09.347444-07:00]>
arrowObj = arrow.get('2014-10-09T10:56:09.347444-07:00')

# datetime.datetime(2014, 10, 9, 10, 56, 9, 347444, tzinfo=tzoffset(None, -25200))
tmpDatetime = arrowObj.datetime

# datetime.datetime(2014, 10, 9, 10, 56, 9, 347444)
tmpDatetime = tmpDatetime.replace(tzinfo=None)

Why would you do this? One example is that mysql does not support timezones with its DATETIME type. So using ORM's like sqlalchemy will simply remove the timezone when you give it a datetime.datetime object to insert into the database. The solution is to convert your datetime.datetime object to UTC (so everything in your database is UTC since it can't specify timezone) then either insert it into the database (where the timezone is removed anyway) or remove it yourself. Also note that you cannot compare datetime.datetime objects where one is timezone aware and another is timezone naive.

##############################################################################
# MySQL example! where MySQL doesn't support timezones with its DATETIME type!
##############################################################################

arrowObj = arrow.get('2014-10-09T10:56:09.347444-07:00')

arrowDt = arrowObj.to("utc").datetime

# inserts datetime.datetime(2014, 10, 9, 17, 56, 9, 347444, tzinfo=tzutc())
insertIntoMysqlDatabase(arrowDt)

# returns datetime.datetime(2014, 10, 9, 17, 56, 9, 347444)
dbDatetimeNoTz = getFromMysqlDatabase()

# cannot compare timzeone aware and timezone naive
dbDatetimeNoTz == arrowDt # False, or TypeError on python versions before 3.3

# compare datetimes that are both aware or both naive work however
dbDatetimeNoTz == arrowDt.replace(tzinfo=None) # True

How to use foreach with a hash reference?

foreach my $key (keys %$ad_grp_ref) {
    ...
}

Perl::Critic and daxim recommend the style

foreach my $key (keys %{ $ad_grp_ref }) {
    ...
}

out of concerns for readability and maintenance (so that you don't need to think hard about what to change when you need to use %{ $ad_grp_obj[3]->get_ref() } instead of %{ $ad_grp_ref })

How to update the constant height constraint of a UIView programmatically?

Create an IBOutlet of NSLayoutConstraint of yourView and update the constant value accordingly the condition specifies.

//Connect them from Interface 
@IBOutlet viewHeight: NSLayoutConstraint! 
@IBOutlet view: UIView!

private func updateViewHeight(height:Int){
   guard let aView = view, aViewHeight = viewHeight else{
      return
   }
   aViewHeight.constant = height
   aView.layoutIfNeeded()
}

convert pfx format to p12

Run this command to change .cert file to .p12:

openssl pkcs12 -export -out server.p12 -inkey server.key -in server.crt 

Where server.key is the server key and server.cert is a CA issue cert or a self sign cert file.

How to dockerize maven project? and how many ways to accomplish it?

Create a Dockerfile
#
# Build stage
#

FROM maven:3.6.3-jdk-11-slim AS build

WORKDIR usr/src/app

COPY . ./

RUN mvn clean package

#
# Package stage
#

FROM openjdk:11-jre-slim

ARG JAR_NAME="project-name"

WORKDIR /usr/src/app

EXPOSE ${HTTP_PORT}

COPY --from=build /usr/src/app/target/${JAR_NAME}.jar ./app.jar

CMD ["java","-jar", "./app.jar"]

Convert special characters to HTML in Javascript

As was mentioned by dragon the cleanest way to do it is with jQuery:

function HtmlEncode(s) {
    return $('<div>').text(s).html();
}

function HtmlDecode(s) {
    return $('<div>').html(s).text();
}

How can I make a CSS glass/blur effect work for an overlay?

I was able to piece together information from everyone here and further Googling, and I came up with the following which works in Chrome and Firefox: http://jsfiddle.net/xtbmpcsu/. I'm still working on making this work for IE and Opera.

The key is putting the content inside of the div to which the filter is applied:

<div id="mask">
    <p>Lorem ipsum ...</p>
    <img src="http://www.byui.edu/images/agriculture-life-sciences/flower.jpg" />
</div>

And then the CSS:

body {
    background: #300000;
    background: linear-gradient(45deg, #300000, #000000, #300000, #000000);
    color: white;
}
#mask {
    position: absolute;
    left: 0;
    top: 0;
    right: 0;
    bottom: 0;
    background-color: black;
    opacity: 0.5;
}
img {
    filter: blur(10px);
    -webkit-filter: blur(10px);
    -moz-filter: blur(10px);
    -o-filter: blur(10px);
    -ms-filter: blur(10px);
    position: absolute;
    left: 100px;
    top: 100px;
    height: 300px;
    width: auto;
}

So mask has the filters applied. Also, note the use of url() for a filter with an <svg> tag for the value -- that idea came from http://codepen.io/AmeliaBR/pen/xGuBr. If you happen to minify your CSS, you might need to replace any spaces in the SVG filter markup with "%20".

So now, everything inside the mask div is blurred.

Only allow Numbers in input Tag without Javascript

Though it's probably suggested to get some heavier validation via JS or on the server, HTML5 does support this via the pattern attribute.

<input type= "text" name= "name" pattern= "[0-9]"  title= "Title"/>

Creating CSS Global Variables : Stylesheet theme management

You will either need LESS or SASS for the same..

But here is another alternative which I believe will work out in CSS3..

http://css3.bradshawenterprises.com/blog/css-variables/

Example :

 :root {
    -webkit-var-beautifulColor: rgba(255,40,100, 0.8);
    -moz-var-beautifulColor: rgba(255,40,100, 0.8);
    -ms-var-beautifulColor: rgba(255,40,100, 0.8);
    -o-var-beautifulColor: rgba(255,40,100, 0.8);
    var-beautifulColor: rgba(255,40,100, 0.8);
 }
  .example1 h1 {
    color: -webkit-var(beautifulColor);
    color: -moz-var(beautifulColor);
    color: -ms-var(beautifulColor);
    color: -o-var(beautifulColor);
    color: var(beautifulColor);
 }

AngularJS Multiple ng-app within a page

<html>
<head>
    <script src="angular.min.js"></script>
</head>
<body>
<div ng-app="shoppingCartParentModule" >
     <div ng-controller="ShoppingCartController">
        <h1>Your order</h1>
        <div ng-repeat="item in items">
            <span>{{item.product_name}}</span>
            <span>{{item.price | currency}}</span>
            <button ng-click="remove($index);">Remove</button>
        </div>
    </div>

    <div ng-controller="NamesController">
        <h1>List of Names</h1>
        <div ng-repeat="name in names">
            <p>{{name.username}}</p>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
</body>
<script>
var shoppingCartModule = angular.module("shoppingCart", [])
            shoppingCartModule.controller("ShoppingCartController",
                function($scope) {
                    $scope.items = [
                        {product_name: "Product 1", price: 50},
                        {product_name: "Product 2", price: 20},
                        {product_name: "Product 3", price: 180}
                    ];
                    $scope.remove = function(index) {
                        $scope.items.splice(index, 1);
                    }
                }
            );
            var namesModule = angular.module("namesList", [])
            namesModule.controller("NamesController",
                function($scope) {
                    $scope.names = [
                        {username: "Nitin"},
                        {username: "Mukesh"}
                    ];
                }
            );
   angular.module("shoppingCartParentModule",["shoppingCart","namesList"])
</script>
</html>

Mocking member variables of a class using Mockito

Lots of others have already advised you to rethink your code to make it more testable - good advice and usually simpler than what I'm about to suggest.

If you can't change the code to make it more testable, PowerMock: https://code.google.com/p/powermock/

PowerMock extends Mockito (so you don't have to learn a new mock framework), providing additional functionality. This includes the ability to have a constructor return a mock. Powerful, but a little complicated - so use it judiciously.

You use a different Mock runner. And you need to prepare the class that is going to invoke the constructor. (Note that this is a common gotcha - prepare the class that calls the constructor, not the constructed class)

@RunWith(PowerMockRunner.class)
@PrepareForTest({First.class})

Then in your test set-up, you can use the whenNew method to have the constructor return a mock

whenNew(Second.class).withAnyArguments().thenReturn(mock(Second.class));

Force IE10 to run in IE10 Compatibility View?

You should try the IE 5 quirks compatibility mod (is the default IE10 compatibility view)

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=5">

important: set in the top of your iframe structure (if you use iframe structure)

more info 1, 2

How to Delete node_modules - Deep Nested Folder in Windows

What worked for me was:

  1. closed the node manager console
  2. closed the Atom (visual studio code ) dev environment you are in.
  3. then delete the node_modules

    npm install rimraf -g 
    rimraf node_modules
    

How to directly execute SQL query in C#?

To execute your command directly from within C#, you would use the SqlCommand class.

Quick sample code using paramaterized SQL (to avoid injection attacks) might look like this:

string queryString = "SELECT tPatCulIntPatIDPk, tPatSFirstname, tPatSName, tPatDBirthday  FROM  [dbo].[TPatientRaw] WHERE tPatSName = @tPatSName";
string connectionString = "Server=.\PDATA_SQLEXPRESS;Database=;User Id=sa;Password=2BeChanged!;";

using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connectionString))
{
    SqlCommand command = new SqlCommand(queryString, connection);
    command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@tPatSName", "Your-Parm-Value");
    connection.Open();
    SqlDataReader reader = command.ExecuteReader();
    try
    {
        while (reader.Read())
        {
            Console.WriteLine(String.Format("{0}, {1}",
            reader["tPatCulIntPatIDPk"], reader["tPatSFirstname"]));// etc
        }
    }
    finally
    {
        // Always call Close when done reading.
        reader.Close();
    }
}

How to add multiple classes to a ReactJS Component?

I don't think we need to use an external package for just adding multiple classes.

I personally use

<li className={`li active`}>Stacy</li>

or

<li className={`li ${this.state.isActive ? 'active' : ''}`}>Stacy<li>

or

<li className={'li ' + (this.state.isActive ? 'active' : '') }>Stacy<li>

the second and third one in case you need to add or remove classes conditionally.

How to change the font on the TextView?

First, the default is not Arial. The default is Droid Sans.

Second, to change to a different built-in font, use android:typeface in layout XML or setTypeface() in Java.

Third, there is no Helvetica font in Android. The built-in choices are Droid Sans (sans), Droid Sans Mono (monospace), and Droid Serif (serif). While you can bundle your own fonts with your application and use them via setTypeface(), bear in mind that font files are big and, in some cases, require licensing agreements (e.g., Helvetica, a Linotype font).

EDIT

The Android design language relies on traditional typographic tools such as scale, space, rhythm, and alignment with an underlying grid. Successful deployment of these tools is essential to help users quickly understand a screen of information. To support such use of typography, Ice Cream Sandwich introduced a new type family named Roboto, created specifically for the requirements of UI and high-resolution screens.

The current TextView framework offers Roboto in thin, light, regular and bold weights, along with an italic style for each weight. The framework also offers the Roboto Condensed variant in regular and bold weights, along with an italic style for each weight.

After ICS, android includes Roboto fonts style, Read more Roboto

EDIT 2

With the advent of Support Library 26, Android now supports custom fonts by default. You can insert new fonts in res/fonts which can be set to TextViews individually either in XML or programmatically. The default font for the whole application can also be changed by defining it styles.xml The android developer documentation has a clear guide on this here

python, sort descending dataframe with pandas

New syntax (either):

 test = df.sort_values(['one'], ascending=[False])
 test = df.sort_values(['one'], ascending=[0])

Spring .properties file: get element as an Array

And incase you a different delimiter other than comma, you can use that as well.

@Value("#{'${my.config.values}'.split(',')}")
private String[] myValues;   // could also be a List<String>

and

in your application properties you could have

my.config.values=value1, value2, value3

Check if string contains only digits

if you want to include float values also you can use the following code

theValue=$('#balanceinput').val();
var isnum1 = /^\d*\.?\d+$/.test(theValue);
var isnum2 =  /^\d*\.?\d+$/.test(theValue.split("").reverse().join(""));
alert(isnum1+' '+isnum2);

this will test for only digits and digits separated with '.' the first test will cover values such as 0.1 and 0 but also .1 , it will not allow 0. so the solution that I propose is to reverse theValue so .1 will be 1. then the same regular expression will not allow it .

example :

 theValue=3.4; //isnum1=true , isnum2=true 
theValue=.4; //isnum1=true , isnum2=false 
theValue=3.; //isnum1=flase , isnum2=true 

Method call if not null in C#

What you're looking for is the Null-Conditional (not "coalescing") operator: ?.. It's available as of C# 6.

Your example would be obj?.SomeMethod();. If obj is null, nothing happens. When the method has arguments, e.g. obj?.SomeMethod(new Foo(), GetBar()); the arguments are not evaluated if obj is null, which matters if evaluating the arguments would have side effects.

And chaining is possible: myObject?.Items?[0]?.DoSomething()

Eclipse: Syntax Error, parameterized types are only if source level is 1.5

I'm currently working with Eclipse Luna. And had the same problem. You might want to verify the compiler compliance settings, go to "Project/Properties/Java Compiler"

The Compiler compliance level was set to 1.4, I set mine to 1.5,(and I'm working with the JDK 1.8); it worked for me.

And if you had to change the setting; it might be useful to go to "Window/Preferences/Java/Compiler" And check to see that the Compiler compliance level is 1.5 or higher. Just in case you have a need to do another Java project.

Batch files : How to leave the console window open

I just press enter and type Pause and it works fine

Generate PDF from Swagger API documentation

Checkout https://mrin9.github.io/RapiPdf a custom element with plenty of customization and localization feature.

Disclaimer: I am the author of this package

Using Jquery Datatable with AngularJs

I know it's tempting to use drag and drop angular modules created by other devs - but actually, unless you are doing something non-standard like dynamically adding / removing rows from the ng-repeated data set by calling $http services chance are you really don't need a directive based solution, so if you do go this direction you probably just created extra watchers you don't actually need.

What this implementation provides:

  • Pagination is always correct
  • Filtering is always correct (even if you add custom filters but of course they just need to be in the same closure)

The implementation is easy. Just use angular's version of jQuery dom ready from your view's controller:

Inside your controller:

'use strict';

var yourApp = angular.module('yourApp.yourController.controller', []);

yourApp.controller('yourController', ['$scope', '$http', '$q', '$timeout', function ($scope, $http, $q, $timeout) {

    $scope.users = [
        {
            email: '[email protected]',
            name: {
                first: 'User',
                last: 'Last Name'
            },
            phone: '(416) 555-5555',
            permissions: 'Admin'
        },
        {
            email: '[email protected]',
            name: {
                first: 'First',
                last: 'Last'
            },
            phone: '(514) 222-1111',
            permissions: 'User'
        }
    ];

    angular.element(document).ready( function () {
         dTable = $('#user_table')
         dTable.DataTable();
     });

}]);

Now in your html view can do:

<div class="table table-data clear-both" data-ng-show="viewState === possibleStates[0]">
        <table id="user_table" class="users list dtable">
            <thead>
                <tr>
                    <th>E-mail</th>
                    <th>First Name</th>
                    <th>Last Name</th>
                    <th>Phone</th>
                    <th>Permissions</th>
                    <th class="blank-cell"></th>
                </tr>
            </thead>
            <tbody>
                <tr data-ng-repeat="user in users track by $index">
                    <td>{{ user.email }}</td>
                    <td>{{ user.name.first }}</td>
                    <td>{{ user.name.last }}</td>
                    <td>{{ user.phone }}</td>
                    <td>{{ user.permissions }}</td>
                    <td class="users controls blank-cell">
                        <a class="btn pointer" data-ng-click="showEditUser( $index )">Edit</a>
                    </td>
                </tr>
            </tbody>
        </table>
    </div>

How to send/receive SOAP request and response using C#?

The urls are different.

  • http://localhost/AccountSvc/DataInquiry.asmx

vs.

  • /acctinqsvc/portfolioinquiry.asmx

Resolve this issue first, as if the web server cannot resolve the URL you are attempting to POST to, you won't even begin to process the actions described by your request.

You should only need to create the WebRequest to the ASMX root URL, ie: http://localhost/AccountSvc/DataInquiry.asmx, and specify the desired method/operation in the SOAPAction header.

The SOAPAction header values are different.

  • http://localhost/AccountSvc/DataInquiry.asmx/ + methodName

vs.

  • http://tempuri.org/GetMyName

You should be able to determine the correct SOAPAction by going to the correct ASMX URL and appending ?wsdl

There should be a <soap:operation> tag underneath the <wsdl:operation> tag that matches the operation you are attempting to execute, which appears to be GetMyName.

There is no XML declaration in the request body that includes your SOAP XML.

You specify text/xml in the ContentType of your HttpRequest and no charset. Perhaps these default to us-ascii, but there's no telling if you aren't specifying them!

The SoapUI created XML includes an XML declaration that specifies an encoding of utf-8, which also matches the Content-Type provided to the HTTP request which is: text/xml; charset=utf-8

Hope that helps!

Should I use typescript? or I can just use ES6?

I've been using Typescript in my current angular project for about a year and a half and while there are a few issues with definitions every now and then the DefinitelyTyped project does an amazing job at keeping up with the latest versions of most popular libraries.

Having said that there is a definite learning curve when transitioning from vanilla JavaScript to TS and you should take into account the ability of you and your team to make that transition. Also if you are going to be using angular 1.x most of the examples you will find online will require you to translate them from JS to TS and overall there are not a lot of resources on using TS and angular 1.x together right now.

If you plan on using angular 2 there are a lot of examples using TS and I think the team will continue to provide most of the documentation in TS, but you certainly don't have to use TS to use angular 2.

ES6 does have some nice features and I personally plan on getting more familiar with it but I would not consider it a production-ready language at this point. Mainly due to a lack of support by current browsers. Of course, you can write your code in ES6 and use a transpiler to get it to ES5, which seems to be the popular thing to do right now.

Overall I think the answer would come down to what you and your team are comfortable learning. I personally think both TS and ES6 will have good support and long futures, I prefer TS though because you tend to get language features quicker and right now the tooling support (in my opinion) is a little better.

Stretch Image to Fit 100% of Div Height and Width

will the height attribute stretch the image beyond its native resolution? If I have a image with a height of say 420 pixels, I can't get css to stretch the image beyond the native resolution to fill the height of the viewport.

I am getting pretty close results with:

 .rightdiv img {
        max-width: 25vw;
        min-height: 100vh;
    }

the 100vh is getting pretty close, with just a few pixels left over at the bottom for some reason.

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ECHO in

Missing ; after var_dump($row)

C# ASP.NET Send Email via TLS

I was almost using the same technology as you did, however I was using my app to connect an Exchange Server via Office 365 platform on WinForms. I too had the same issue as you did, but was able to accomplish by using code which has slight modification of what others have given above.

SmtpClient client = new SmtpClient(exchangeServer, 587);
client.Credentials = new System.Net.NetworkCredential(username, password);
client.EnableSsl = true;
client.Send(msg);

I had to use the Port 587, which is of course the default port over TSL and the did the authentication.

How to shutdown my Jenkins safely?

  1. jenkinsUrl/safeRestart - Let you to wait for running JOBS to get complete and do a RESTART.
  2. jenkinsUrl/restart - Do a restart immediately without waiting for the jobs which are running currently.
  3. jenkinsUrl/exit - It stops/shutdown the JENKINS services
  4. jenkinsUrl/reload - To reload the configuration changes.

MySQL: How to allow remote connection to mysql

Just a note from my experience, you can find configuration file under this path /etc/mysql/mysql.conf.d/mysqld.cnf.

(I struggled for some time to find this path)

Laravel Carbon subtract days from current date

You can always use strtotime to minus the number of days from the current date:

$users = Users::where('status_id', 'active')
           ->where( 'created_at', '>', date('Y-m-d', strtotime("-30 days"))
           ->get();

Lombok added but getters and setters not recognized in Intellij IDEA

i had this issue, just make sure

  1. Lombok pulgin is added.
  2. Annotation processor is ticked.
  3. In your build.gradle/ pom.xml, you have set lombok to be the annotation processor.

Eg. for gradle->

annotationProcessor 'org.projectlombok:lombok:1.18.12'

Remove "Using default security password" on Spring Boot

Using Spring Boot 2.0.4 I came across the same issue.

Excluding SecurityAutoConfiguration.class did destroy my application.

Now I'm using @SpringBootApplication(exclude= {UserDetailsServiceAutoConfiguration.class})

Works fine with @EnableResourceServer and JWT :)

Insert into a MySQL table or update if exists

When using SQLite:

REPLACE into table (id, name, age) values(1, "A", 19)

Provided that id is the primary key. Or else it just inserts another row. See INSERT (SQLite).

Share variables between files in Node.js?

I'm unable to find an scenario where a global var is the best option, of course you can have one, but take a look at these examples and you may find a better way to accomplish the same:

Scenario 1: Put the stuff in config files

You need some value that it's the same across the application, but it changes depending on the environment (production, dev or test), the mailer type as example, you'd need:

// File: config/environments/production.json
{
    "mailerType": "SMTP",
    "mailerConfig": {
      "service": "Gmail",
      ....
}

and

// File: config/environments/test.json
{
    "mailerType": "Stub",
    "mailerConfig": {
      "error": false
    }
}

(make a similar config for dev too)

To decide which config will be loaded make a main config file (this will be used all over the application)

// File: config/config.js
var _ = require('underscore');

module.exports = _.extend(
    require(__dirname + '/../config/environments/' + process.env.NODE_ENV + '.json') || {});

And now you can get the data like this:

// File: server.js
...
var config = require('./config/config');
...
mailer.setTransport(nodemailer.createTransport(config.mailerType, config.mailerConfig));

Scenario 2: Use a constants file

// File: constants.js
module.exports = {
  appName: 'My neat app',
  currentAPIVersion: 3
};

And use it this way

// File: config/routes.js

var constants = require('../constants');

module.exports = function(app, passport, auth) {
  var apiroot = '/api/v' + constants.currentAPIVersion;
...
  app.post(apiroot + '/users', users.create);
...

Scenario 3: Use a helper function to get/set the data

Not a big fan of this one, but at least you can track the use of the 'name' (citing the OP's example) and put validations in place.

// File: helpers/nameHelper.js

var _name = 'I shall not be null'

exports.getName = function() {
  return _name;
};

exports.setName = function(name) {
  //validate the name...
  _name = name;
};

And use it

// File: controllers/users.js

var nameHelper = require('../helpers/nameHelper.js');

exports.create = function(req, res, next) {
  var user = new User();
  user.name = req.body.name || nameHelper.getName();
  ...

There could be a use case when there is no other solution than having a global var, but usually you can share the data in your app using one of these scenarios, if you are starting to use node.js (as I was sometime ago) try to organize the way you handle the data over there because it can get messy really quick.

How can I run Tensorboard on a remote server?

You don't need to do anything fancy. Just run:

tensorboard --host 0.0.0.0 <other args here>

and connect with your server url and port. The --host 0.0.0.0 tells tensorflow to listen from connections on all IPv4 addresses on the local machine.

Change URL and redirect using jQuery

As mentioned in the other answers, you don't need jQuery to do this; you can just use the standard properties.

However, it seems you don't seem to know the difference between window.location.replace(url) and window.location = url.

  1. window.location.replace(url) replaces the current location in the address bar by a new one. The page that was calling the function, won't be included in the browser history. Therefore, on the new location, clicking the back button in your browser would make you go back to the page you were viewing before you visited the document containing the redirecting JavaScript.
  2. window.location = url redirects to the new location. On this new page, the back button in your browser would point to the original page containing the redirecting JavaScript.

Of course, both have their use cases, but it seems to me like in this case you should stick with the latter.

P.S.: You probably forgot two slashes after http: on line 2 of your JavaScript:

url = "http://abc.com/" + temp;

How to convert a string variable containing time to time_t type in c++?

You can use strptime(3) to parse the time, and then mktime(3) to convert it to a time_t:

const char *time_details = "16:35:12";
struct tm tm;
strptime(time_details, "%H:%M:%S", &tm);
time_t t = mktime(&tm);  // t is now your desired time_t

How to convert an Object {} to an Array [] of key-value pairs in JavaScript

You can use Object.values([]), you might need this polyfill if you don't already:

const objectToValuesPolyfill = (object) => {
  return Object.keys(object).map(key => object[key]);
};
Object.values = Object.values || objectToValuesPolyfill;

https://stackoverflow.com/a/54822153/846348

Then you can just do:

var object = {1: 'hello', 2: 'world'};
var array = Object.values(object);

Just remember that arrays in js can only use numerical keys so if you used something else in the object then those will become `0,1,2...x``

It can be useful to remove duplicates for example if you have a unique key.

var obj = {};
object[uniqueKey] = '...';

Python JSON encoding

So, simplejson.loads takes a json string and returns a data structure, which is why you are getting that type error there.

simplejson.dumps(data) comes back with

'[["apple", "cat"], ["banana", "dog"], ["pear", "fish"]]'

Which is a json array, which is what you want, since you gave this a python array.

If you want to get an "object" type syntax you would instead do

>>> data2 = {'apple':'cat', 'banana':'dog', 'pear':'fish'}
>>> simplejson.dumps(data2)
'{"pear": "fish", "apple": "cat", "banana": "dog"}'

which is javascript will come out as an object.

Passing arguments forward to another javascript function

Use .apply() to have the same access to arguments in function b, like this:

function a(){
    b.apply(null, arguments);
}
function b(){
   alert(arguments); //arguments[0] = 1, etc
}
a(1,2,3);?

You can test it out here.

How to format a number 0..9 to display with 2 digits (it's NOT a date)

You can use:

String.format("%02d", myNumber)

See also the javadocs

Iterate two Lists or Arrays with one ForEach statement in C#

You can also do the following:

var i = 0;
foreach (var itemA in listA)
{
  Console.WriteLine(itemA + listB[i++]);
}

Note: the length of listA must be the same with listB.

Checking to see if a DateTime variable has had a value assigned

I just found out that GetHashCode() for an unassigned datetime is always zero. I am not sure if this is a good way to check for null datetime, because, I can't find any documentation on why this behavior is displayed.

if(dt.GetHashCode()==0)
{
    Console.WriteLine("DateTime is unassigned"); 
} 

What are the differences between json and simplejson Python modules?

simplejson module is simply 1,5 times faster than json (On my computer, with simplejson 2.1.1 and Python 2.7 x86).

If you want, you can try the benchmark: http://abral.altervista.org/jsonpickle-bench.zip On my PC simplejson is faster than cPickle. I would like to know also your benchmarks!

Probably, as said Coady, the difference between simplejson and json is that simplejson includes _speedups.c. So, why don't python developers use simplejson?

Partly cherry-picking a commit with Git

The core thing you're going to want here is git add -p (-p is a synonym for --patch). This provides an interactive way to check in content, letting you decide whether each hunk should go in, and even letting you manually edit the patch if necessary.

To use it in combination with cherry-pick:

git cherry-pick -n <commit> # get your patch, but don't commit (-n = --no-commit)
git reset                   # unstage the changes from the cherry-picked commit
git add -p                  # make all your choices (add the changes you do want)
git commit                  # make the commit!

(Thanks to Tim Henigan for reminding me that git-cherry-pick has a --no-commit option, and thanks to Felix Rabe for pointing out that you need to reset! If you only want to leave a few things out of the commit, you could use git reset <path>... to unstage just those files.)

You can of course provide specific paths to add -p if necessary. If you're starting with a patch you could replace the cherry-pick with apply.


If you really want a git cherry-pick -p <commit> (that option does not exist), your can use

git checkout -p <commit>

That will diff the current commit against the commit you specify, and allow you to apply hunks from that diff individually. This option may be more useful if the commit you're pulling in has merge conflicts in part of the commit you're not interested in. (Note, however, that checkout differs from cherry-pick: checkout tries to apply <commit>'s contents entirely, cherry-pick applies the diff of the specified commit from it's parent. This means that checkout can apply more than just that commit, which might be more than you want.)

Call PowerShell script PS1 from another PS1 script inside Powershell ISE

I am calling myScript1.ps1 from myScript2.ps1 .

Assuming both of the script are at the same location, first get the location of the script by using this command :

$PSScriptRoot

And, then, append the script name you want to call like this :

& "$PSScriptRoot\myScript1.ps1"

This should work.

Access Denied for User 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES) - No Privileges?

I don't think you have to escape the --init-file parameter:

"C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.6\bin\mysqld.exe" --defaults-file="C:\\Program Files\\MySQL\\MySQL Server 5.6\\my.ini" --init-file=C:\\mysql-init.txt

Should be:

"C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.6\bin\mysqld.exe" --defaults-file="C:\\Program Files\\MySQL\\MySQL Server 5.6\\my.ini" --init-file=C:\mysql-init.txt

How to substitute shell variables in complex text files

If you want env variables to be replaced in your source files while keeping all of the non env variables as they are, you can use the following command:

envsubst "$(printf '${%s} ' $(env | sed 's/=.*//'))" < source.txt > destination.txt

The syntax for replacing only specific variables is explained here. The command above is using a sub-shell to list all defined variables and then passing it to the envsubst

So if there's a defined env variable called $NAME, and your source.txt file looks like this:

Hello $NAME
Your balance is 123 ($USD)

The destination.txt will be:

Hello Arik
Your balance is 123 ($USD)

Notice that the $NAME is replaced and the $USD is left untouched

Symfony2 : How to get form validation errors after binding the request to the form

For Symfony 3.2 and above use this,

public function buildErrorArray(FormInterface $form)
{
    $errors = array();

    foreach ($form->getErrors() as $key => $error) {
        if ($form->isRoot()) {
            $errors['#'][] = $error->getMessage();
        } else {
            $errors[] = $error->getMessage();
        }
    }

    foreach ($form->all() as $child) {
        if (!$child->isValid()) {
            $errors[$child->getName()] = (string) $child->getErrors(true, false);
        }
    }
    return $errors;
}

Use str_replace if you want to get rid of the annoying 'Error:' text in each error description text.

$errors[$child->getName()] = str_replace('ERROR:', '', (string) $child->getErrors(true, false));

Difference between no-cache and must-revalidate

With Jeffrey Fox's interpretation about no-cache, i've tested under chrome 52.0.2743.116 m, the result shows that no-cache has the same behavior as must-revalidate, they all will NOT use local cache when server is unreachable, and, they all will use cache while tap browser's Back/Forward button when server is unreachable. As above, i think max-age=0, must-revalidate is identical to no-cache, at least in implementation.

Launching a website via windows commandline

To open a URL with the default browser, you can execute:

rundll32 url.dll,FileProtocolHandler https://www.google.com

I had issues with URL parameters with the other solutions. However, this one seemed to work correctly.

R for loop skip to next iteration ifelse

for(n in 1:5) {
  if(n==3) next # skip 3rd iteration and go to next iteration
  cat(n)
}

Typescript - multidimensional array initialization

You can do the following (which I find trivial, but its actually correct). For anyone trying to find how to initialize a two-dimensional array in TypeScript (like myself).

Let's assume that you want to initialize a two-dimensional array, of any type. You can do the following

const myArray: any[][] = [];

And later, when you want to populate it, you can do the following:

myArray.push([<your value goes here>]);

A short example of the above can be the following:

const myArray: string[][] = [];
myArray.push(["value1", "value2"]);

How to generate a number of most distinctive colors in R?

You can use the Polychrome package for this purpose. It just requires the number of colors and a few seedcolors. For example:

# install.packages("Polychrome")
library(Polychrome)

# create your own color palette based on `seedcolors`
P36 = createPalette(36,  c("#ff0000", "#00ff00", "#0000ff"))
swatch(P36)

You can learn more about this package at https://www.jstatsoft.org/article/view/v090c01.

SqlException: DB2 SQL error: SQLCODE: -302, SQLSTATE: 22001, SQLERRMC: null

As a general point when using a search engine to search for SQL codes make sure you put the sqlcode e.g. -302 in quote marks - like "-302" otherwise the search engine will exclude all search results including the text 302, since the - sign is used to exclude results.

C++ trying to swap values in a vector

after passing the vector by reference

swap(vector[position],vector[otherPosition]);

will produce the expected result.

How can I see the raw SQL queries Django is running?

For Django 2.2:

As most of the answers did not helped me much when using ./manage.py shell. Finally i found the answer. Hope this helps to someone.

To view all the queries:

from django.db import connection
connection.queries

To view query for a single query:

q=Query.objects.all()
q.query.__str__()

q.query just displaying the object for me. Using the __str__()(String representation) displayed the full query.

Read binary file as string in Ruby

If you need binary mode, you'll need to do it the hard way:

s = File.open(filename, 'rb') { |f| f.read }

If not, shorter and sweeter is:

s = IO.read(filename)

Visual Studio 2013 error MS8020 Build tools v140 cannot be found

That's the platform toolset for VS2015. You uninstalled it, therefore it is no longer available.

To change your Platform Toolset:

  1. Right click your project, go to Properties.
  2. Under Configuration Properties, go to General.
  3. Change your Platform Toolset to one of the available ones.

How can I read Chrome Cache files?

EDIT: The below answer no longer works see here


If the file you try to recover has Content-Encoding: gzip in the header section, and you are using linux (or as in my case, you have Cygwin installed) you can do the following:

  1. visit chrome://view-http-cache/ and click the page you want to recover
  2. copy the last (fourth) section of the page verbatim to a text file (say: a.txt)
  3. xxd -r a.txt| gzip -d

Note that other answers suggest passing -p option to xxd - I had troubles with that presumably because the fourth section of the cache is not in the "postscript plain hexdump style" but in a "default style".

It also does not seem necessary to replace double spaces with a single space, as chrome_xxd.py is doing (in case it is necessary you can use sed 's/ / /g' for that).

SQL Server JOIN missing NULL values

Dirty and quick hack:

SELECT Table1.Col1, Table1.Col2, Table1.Col3, Table2.Col4
FROM Table1 INNER JOIN Table2 ON Table1.Col1 = Table2.Col1
 AND ((Table1.Col2 = Table2.Col2) OR (Table1.Col2 IS NULL AND Table2.Col2 IS NULL))

What does "while True" mean in Python?

In this context, I suppose it could be interpreted as

do
...
while cmd  != 'e' 

What is git tag, How to create tags & How to checkout git remote tag(s)

To get the specific tag code try to create a new branch add get the tag code in it. I have done it by command : $git checkout -b newBranchName tagName

Kill tomcat service running on any port, Windows

Based on all the info on the post, I created a little script to make the whole process easy.

@ECHO OFF
netstat -aon |find /i "listening"

SET killport=
SET /P killport=Enter port: 
IF "%killport%"=="" GOTO Kill

netstat -aon |find /i "listening" | find "%killport%"

:Kill
SET killpid=
SET /P killpid=Enter PID to kill: 
IF "%killpid%"=="" GOTO Error

ECHO Killing %killpid%!
taskkill /F /PID %killpid%

GOTO End
:Error
ECHO Nothing to kill! Bye bye!!
:End

pause

How to convert FormData (HTML5 object) to JSON

You can achieve this by using the FormData() object. This FormData object will be populated with the form's current keys/values using the name property of each element for the keys and their submitted value for the values. It will also encode file input content.

Example:

var myForm = document.getElementById('myForm');
myForm.addEventListener('submit', function(event)
{
    event.preventDefault();
    var formData = new FormData(myForm),
        result = {};

    for (var entry of formData.entries())
    {
        result[entry[0]] = entry[1];
    }
    result = JSON.stringify(result)
    console.log(result);

});

Android webview launches browser when calling loadurl

Try this code...

private void startWebView(String url) {

    //Create new webview Client to show progress dialog
    //When opening a url or click on link

    webView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {      
        ProgressDialog progressDialog;

        //If you will not use this method url links are opeen in new brower not in webview
        public boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView view, String url) {              
            view.loadUrl(url);
            return true;
        }

        //Show loader on url load
        public void onLoadResource (final WebView view, String url) {
            if (progressDialog == null) {
                // in standard case YourActivity.this
                progressDialog = new ProgressDialog(view.getContext());
                progressDialog.setMessage("Loading...");
                progressDialog.show();
            }
        }
        public void onPageFinished(WebView view, String url) {
            try{
            if (progressDialog.isShowing()) {
                progressDialog.dismiss();
                progressDialog = null;
            }
            }catch(Exception exception){
                exception.printStackTrace();
            }
        }

    }); 

     // Javascript inabled on webview  
    webView.getSettings().setJavaScriptEnabled(true); 

    // Other webview options
    /*
    webView.getSettings().setLoadWithOverviewMode(true);
    webView.getSettings().setUseWideViewPort(true);
    webView.setScrollBarStyle(WebView.SCROLLBARS_OUTSIDE_OVERLAY);
    webView.setScrollbarFadingEnabled(false);
    webView.getSettings().setBuiltInZoomControls(true);
    */

    /*
     String summary = "<html><body>You scored <b>192</b> points.</body></html>";
     webview.loadData(summary, "text/html", null); 
     */

    //Load url in webview
    webView.loadUrl(url);
}

Rotate and translate

Something that may get missed: in my chaining project, it turns out a space separated list also needs a space separated semicolon at the end.

In other words, this doesn't work:

transform: translate(50%, 50%) rotate(90deg);

but this does:

transform: translate(50%, 50%) rotate(90deg) ; //has a space before ";"

Setting width/height as percentage minus pixels

Another way to achieve the same goal: flex boxes. Make the container a column flex box, and then you have all freedom to allow some elements to have fixed-size (default behavior) or to fill-up/shrink-down to the container space (with flex-grow:1 and flex-shrink:1).

#wrap {        
  display:flex;
  flex-direction:column;
}
.extendOrShrink {
  flex-shrink:1;
  flex-grow:1;
  overflow:auto;
}

See https://jsfiddle.net/2Lmodwxk/ (try to extend or reduce the window to notice the effect)

Note: you may also use the shorthand property:

   flex:1 1 auto;

Set background color of WPF Textbox in C# code

I take it you are creating the TextBox in XAML?

In that case, you need to give the text box a name. Then in the code-behind you can then set the Background property using a variety of brushes. The simplest of which is the SolidColorBrush:

myTextBox.Background = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.White);

CSS centred header image

I think this is what you need if I'm understanding you correctly:

<div id="wrapperHeader">
 <div id="header">
  <img src="images/logo.png" alt="logo" />
 </div> 
</div>



div#wrapperHeader {
 width:100%;
 height;200px; /* height of the background image? */
 background:url(images/header.png) repeat-x 0 0;
 text-align:center;
}

div#wrapperHeader div#header {
 width:1000px;
 height:200px;
 margin:0 auto;
}

div#wrapperHeader div#header img {
 width:; /* the width of the logo image */
 height:; /* the height of the logo image */
 margin:0 auto;
}

Convert String to SecureString

below method helps to convert string to secure string

private SecureString ConvertToSecureString(string password)
{
    if (password == null)
        throw new ArgumentNullException("password");

    var securePassword = new SecureString();

    foreach (char c in password)
        securePassword.AppendChar(c);

    securePassword.MakeReadOnly();
    return securePassword;
}

How to get equal width of input and select fields

create another class and increase the with size with 2px example

.enquiry_fld_normal{
width:278px !important; 
}

.enquiry_fld_normal_select{
width:280px !important; 
 }

Gradient of n colors ranging from color 1 and color 2

colorRampPalette could be your friend here:

colfunc <- colorRampPalette(c("black", "white"))
colfunc(10)
# [1] "#000000" "#1C1C1C" "#383838" "#555555" "#717171" "#8D8D8D" "#AAAAAA"
# [8] "#C6C6C6" "#E2E2E2" "#FFFFFF"

And just to show it works:

plot(rep(1,10),col=colfunc(10),pch=19,cex=3)

enter image description here

How to get a div to resize its height to fit container?

If the trick using position:absolute, position:relative and top/left/bottom/right: 0px is not appropriate for your situation, you could try:

#nav {
    height: inherit;
}

This worked on one of our pages, although I am not sure exactly what other conditions were needed for it to succeed!

How to pass multiple parameters to a get method in ASP.NET Core

I would suggest to use a separate dto object as an argument:

[Route("api/[controller]")]
public class PersonController : Controller
{
    public string Get([FromQuery] GetPersonQueryObject request)
    {
        // Your code goes here
    }
}

public class GetPersonQueryObject 
{
    public int? Id { get; set; }
    public string Firstname { get; set; }
    public string Lastname { get; set; }
    public string Address { get; set; }
}

Dotnet will map the fields to your object.

This will make it a lot easier to pass through your parameters and will result in much clearer code.

How to "add existing frameworks" in Xcode 4?

In Project

  1. Select the project navigator
  2. Click on Build Phases
  3. Click on link binary with libraries
  4. Click on + Button and add your Frameworks

SQL: Two select statements in one query

If you like to keep records separate and not do the union.
Try query below

SELECT (SELECT name,
               games,
               goals
        FROM   tblMadrid
        WHERE  name = 'ronaldo') AS table_a,
       (SELECT name,
               games,
               goals
        FROM   tblBarcelona
        WHERE  name = 'messi')   AS table_b
FROM DUAL

How to handle AccessViolationException

In .NET 4.0, the runtime handles certain exceptions raised as Windows Structured Error Handling (SEH) errors as indicators of Corrupted State. These Corrupted State Exceptions (CSE) are not allowed to be caught by your standard managed code. I won't get into the why's or how's here. Read this article about CSE's in the .NET 4.0 Framework:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd419661.aspx#id0070035

But there is hope. There are a few ways to get around this:

  1. Recompile as a .NET 3.5 assembly and run it in .NET 4.0.

  2. Add a line to your application's config file under the configuration/runtime element: <legacyCorruptedStateExceptionsPolicy enabled="true|false"/>

  3. Decorate the methods you want to catch these exceptions in with the HandleProcessCorruptedStateExceptions attribute. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd419661.aspx#id0070035 for details.


EDIT

Previously, I referenced a forum post for additional details. But since Microsoft Connect has been retired, here are the additional details in case you're interested:

From Gaurav Khanna, a developer from the Microsoft CLR Team

This behaviour is by design due to a feature of CLR 4.0 called Corrupted State Exceptions. Simply put, managed code shouldnt make an attempt to catch exceptions that indicate corrupted process state and AV is one of them.

He then goes on to reference the documentation on the HandleProcessCorruptedStateExceptionsAttribute and the above article. Suffice to say, it's definitely worth a read if you're considering catching these types of exceptions.

How do I compute the intersection point of two lines?

Can't stand aside,

So we have linear system:

A1 * x + B1 * y = C1
A2 * x + B2 * y = C2

let's do it with Cramer's rule, so solution can be found in determinants:

x = Dx/D
y = Dy/D

where D is main determinant of the system:

A1 B1
A2 B2

and Dx and Dy can be found from matricies:

C1 B1
C2 B2

and

A1 C1
A2 C2

(notice, as C column consequently substitues the coef. columns of x and y)

So now the python, for clarity for us, to not mess things up let's do mapping between math and python. We will use array L for storing our coefs A, B, C of the line equations and intestead of pretty x, y we'll have [0], [1], but anyway. Thus, what I wrote above will have the following form further in the code:

for D

L1[0] L1[1]
L2[0] L2[1]

for Dx

L1[2] L1[1]
L2[2] L2[1]

for Dy

L1[0] L1[2]
L2[0] L2[2]

Now go for coding:

line - produces coefs A, B, C of line equation by two points provided,
intersection - finds intersection point (if any) of two lines provided by coefs.

from __future__ import division 

def line(p1, p2):
    A = (p1[1] - p2[1])
    B = (p2[0] - p1[0])
    C = (p1[0]*p2[1] - p2[0]*p1[1])
    return A, B, -C

def intersection(L1, L2):
    D  = L1[0] * L2[1] - L1[1] * L2[0]
    Dx = L1[2] * L2[1] - L1[1] * L2[2]
    Dy = L1[0] * L2[2] - L1[2] * L2[0]
    if D != 0:
        x = Dx / D
        y = Dy / D
        return x,y
    else:
        return False

Usage example:

L1 = line([0,1], [2,3])
L2 = line([2,3], [0,4])

R = intersection(L1, L2)
if R:
    print "Intersection detected:", R
else:
    print "No single intersection point detected"

How does #include <bits/stdc++.h> work in C++?

Unfortunately that approach is not portable C++ (so far).

All standard names are in namespace std and moreover you cannot know which names are NOT defined by including and header (in other words it's perfectly legal for an implementation to declare the name std::string directly or indirectly when using #include <vector>).

Despite this however you are required by the language to know and tell the compiler which standard header includes which part of the standard library. This is a source of portability bugs because if you forget for example #include <map> but use std::map it's possible that the program compiles anyway silently and without warnings on a specific version of a specific compiler, and you may get errors only later when porting to another compiler or version.

In my opinion there are no valid technical excuses because this is necessary for the general user: the compiler binary could have all standard namespace built in and this could actually increase the performance even more than precompiled headers (e.g. using perfect hashing for lookups, removing standard headers parsing or loading/demarshalling and so on).

The use of standard headers simplifies the life of who builds compilers or standard libraries and that's all. It's not something to help users.

However this is the way the language is defined and you need to know which header defines which names so plan for some extra neurons to be burnt in pointless configurations to remember that (or try to find and IDE that automatically adds the standard headers you use and removes the ones you don't... a reasonable alternative).

How to run a cron job inside a docker container?

There is another way to do it, is to use Tasker, a task runner that has cron (a scheduler) support.

Why ? Sometimes to run a cron job, you have to mix, your base image (python, java, nodejs, ruby) with the crond. That means another image to maintain. Tasker avoid that by decoupling the crond and you container. You can just focus on the image that you want to execute your commands, and configure Tasker to use it.

Here an docker-compose.yml file, that will run some tasks for you

version: "2"

services:
    tasker:
        image: strm/tasker
        volumes:
            - "/var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock"
        environment:
            configuration: |
                logging:
                    level:
                        ROOT: WARN
                        org.springframework.web: WARN
                        sh.strm: DEBUG
                schedule:
                    - every: minute
                      task: hello
                    - every: minute
                      task: helloFromPython
                    - every: minute
                      task: helloFromNode
                tasks:
                    docker:
                        - name: hello
                          image: debian:jessie
                          script:
                              - echo Hello world from Tasker
                        - name: helloFromPython
                          image: python:3-slim
                          script:
                              - python -c 'print("Hello world from python")'
                        - name: helloFromNode
                          image: node:8
                          script:
                              - node -e 'console.log("Hello from node")'

There are 3 tasks there, all of them will run every minute (every: minute), and each of them will execute the script code, inside the image defined in image section.

Just run docker-compose up, and see it working. Here is the Tasker repo with the full documentation:

http://github.com/opsxcq/tasker

Sort a two dimensional array based on one column

If you are looking for easy one liners to sort 2d array, then here you go.


Sort String[][] arr in ascending order by first column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> a[0].compareTo(b[0]);

Sort String[][] arr in descending order by first column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> b[0].compareTo(a[0]);

Sort String[][] arr in ascending order by second column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> a[1].compareTo(b[1]);

Sort String[][] arr in descending order by second column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> b[1].compareTo(a[1]);

Sort int[][] arr in ascending order by first column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> Integer.compare(a[0], b[0]));

or

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> a[0] - b[0]);

Sort int[][] arr in descending order by first column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> Integer.compare(b[0], a[0]));

or

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> b[0] - a[0]);

Sort int[][] arr in ascending order by second column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> Integer.compare(a[1], b[1]));

or

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> a[1] - b[1]);

Sort int[][] arr in descending order by second column

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> Integer.compare(b[1], a[1]));

or

Arrays.sort(arr, (a, b) -> b[1] - a[1]);

python object() takes no parameters error

You must press twice on tap and (_) key each time, it must look like:

__init__

How do I pre-populate a jQuery Datepicker textbox with today's date?

To pre-populate date, first you have to initialise datepicker, then pass setDate parameter value.

$("#date_pretty").datepicker().datepicker("setDate", new Date());

How do JavaScript closures work?

In JavaScript closures are awesome and unique, where variables or arguments are available to inner functions, and they will be alive even after the outer function has returned. Closures are used in most of the design patterns in JS

function getFullName(a, b) {
  return a + b;
}

function makeFullName(fn) {

  return function(firstName) {

    return function(secondName) {

      return fn(firstName, secondName);

    }
  }
}

makeFullName(getFullName)("Stack")("overflow"); // Stackoverflow

update one table with data from another

Use the following block of query to update Table1 with Table2 based on ID:

UPDATE Table1, Table2 
SET Table1.DataColumn= Table2.DataColumn
where Table1.ID= Table2.ID;

This is the easiest and fastest way to tackle this problem.

How can I check if two segments intersect?

You have two line segments. Define one segment by endpoints A & B and the second segment by endpoints C & D. There is a nice trick to show that they must intersect, WITHIN the bounds of the segments. (Note that the lines themselves may intersect beyond the bounds of the segments, so you must be careful. Good code will also watch for parallel lines.)

The trick is to test that points A and B must line on opposite sides of line CD, AND that points C and D must lie on opposite sides of line AB.

Since this is homework, I won't give you an explicit solution. But a simple test to see which side of a line a point falls on, is to use a dot product. Thus, for a given line CD, compute the normal vector to that line (I'll call it N_C.) Now, simply test the signs of these two results:

dot(A-C,N_C)

and

dot(B-C,N_C)

If those results have opposite signs, then A and B are opposite sides of line CD. Now do the same test for the other line, AB. It has normal vector N_A. Compare the signs of

dot(C-A,N_A)

and

dot(D-A,N_A)

I'll leave it to you to figure out how to compute a normal vector. (In 2-d, that is trivial, but will your code worry about whether A and B are distinct points? Likewise, are C and D distinct?)

You still need to worry about line segments that lie along the same infinite line, or if one point actually falls on the other line segment itself. Good code will cater to every possible problem.

How can I use Google's Roboto font on a website?

For Website you can use 'Roboto' font as below:

If you have created separate css file then put below line at the top of css file as:

@import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Roboto:300,300i,400,400i,500,500i,700,700i,900,900i');

Or if you don't want to create separate file then add above line in between <style>...</style>:

<style>
  @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css? 
  family=Roboto:300,300i,400,400i,500,500i,700,700i,900,900i');
</style>

then:

html, body {
    font-family: 'Roboto', sans-serif;
}

Remove all subviews?

This does only apply to OSX since in iOS a copy of the array is kept

When removing all the subviews, it is a good idea to start deleting at the end of the array and keep deleting until you reach the beginning. This can be accomplished with this two lines of code:

for (int i=mySuperView.subviews.count-1; i>=0; i--)
        [[mySuperView.subviews objectAtIndex:i] removeFromSuperview];

SWIFT 1.2

for var i=mySuperView.subviews.count-1; i>=0; i-- {
    mySuperView.subviews[i].removeFromSuperview();
}

or (less efficient, but more readable)

for subview in mySuperView.subviews.reverse() {
    subview.removeFromSuperview()
}

NOTE

You should NOT remove the subviews in normal order, since it may cause a crash if a UIView instance is deleted before the removeFromSuperview message has been sent to all objects of the array. (Obviously, deleting the last element would not cause a crash)

Therefore, the code

[[someUIView subviews] makeObjectsPerformSelector:@selector(removeFromSuperview)];

should NOT be used.

Quote from Apple documentation about makeObjectsPerformSelector:

Sends to each object in the array the message identified by a given selector, starting with the first object and continuing through the array to the last object.

(which would be the wrong direction for this purpose)

Copy data into another table

This is the proper way to do it:

INSERT INTO destinationTable
SELECT * FROM sourceTable

Confusion: @NotNull vs. @Column(nullable = false) with JPA and Hibernate

Interesting to note, all sources emphasize that @Column(nullable=false) is used only for DDL generation.

However, even if there is no @NotNull annotation, and hibernate.check_nullability option is set to true, Hibernate will perform validation of entities to be persisted.

It will throw PropertyValueException saying that "not-null property references a null or transient value", if nullable=false attributes do not have values, even if such restrictions are not implemented in the database layer.

More information about hibernate.check_nullability option is available here: http://docs.jboss.org/hibernate/orm/5.0/userguide/html_single/Hibernate_User_Guide.html#configurations-mapping.

Put quotes around a variable string in JavaScript

Try:

var text = "'" + "http://example.com" + "'";

Powershell send-mailmessage - email to multiple recipients

That's right, each address needs to be quoted. If you have multiple addresses listed on the command line, the Send-MailMessage likes it if you specify both the human friendly and the email address parts.

WordPress Get the Page ID outside the loop

You can use is_page($page_id) outside the loop to check.

Bash: Syntax error: redirection unexpected

In my case error is because i have put ">>" twice

mongodump --db=$DB_NAME --collection=$col --out=$BACKUP_LOCATION/$DB_NAME-$BACKUP_DATE >> >> $LOG_PATH

i just correct it as

mongodump --db=$DB_NAME --collection=$col --out=$BACKUP_LOCATION/$DB_NAME-$BACKUP_DATE >> $LOG_PATH

Can we execute a java program without a main() method?

Yes You can compile and execute without main method By using static block. But after static block executed (printed) you will get an error saying no main method found.

And Latest INFO --> YOU cant Do this with JAVA 7 version. IT will not execute.

{
    static
    {
        System.out.println("Hello World!");
        System.exit(0); // prevents “main method not found” error
    }
}

But this will not execute with JAVA 7 version.

Bubble Sort Homework

def bubble_sorted(arr:list):
    while True:
        for i in range(0,len(arr)-1):
            count = 0
            if arr[i] > arr[i+1]:
                count += 1
                arr[i], arr[i+1] = arr[i+1], arr[i]
        if count == 0:
            break
    return arr
arr = [30,20,80,40,50,10,60,70,90]
print(bubble_sorted(arr))
#[20, 30, 40, 50, 10, 60, 70, 80, 90]

How to get selected path and name of the file opened with file dialog?

To extract only the filename from the path, you can do the following:

varFileName = Mid(fDialog.SelectedItems(1), InStrRev(fDialog.SelectedItems(1), "\") + 1, Len(fDialog.SelectedItems(1)))

urlencoded Forward slash is breaking URL

You can use %2F if using it this way:
?param1=value1&param2=value%2Fvalue

but if you use /param1=value1/param2=value%2Fvalue it will throw an error.

How to get the first item from an associative PHP array?

You can try this.

To get first value of the array :-

<?php
   $large_array = array('foo' => 'bar', 'hello' => 'world');
   var_dump(current($large_array));
?>

To get the first key of the array

<?php
   $large_array = array('foo' => 'bar', 'hello' => 'world');
   $large_array_keys = array_keys($large_array);
   var_dump(array_shift($large_array_keys));
?>

Python Requests library redirect new url

This is answering a slightly different question, but since I got stuck on this myself, I hope it might be useful for someone else.

If you want to use allow_redirects=False and get directly to the first redirect object, rather than following a chain of them, and you just want to get the redirect location directly out of the 302 response object, then r.url won't work. Instead, it's the "Location" header:

r = requests.get('http://github.com/', allow_redirects=False)
r.status_code  # 302
r.url  # http://github.com, not https.
r.headers['Location']  # https://github.com/ -- the redirect destination

Prepare for Segue in Swift

I think the problem is you have to use the ! to unbundle identifier

I have

override func prepareForSegue(segue: UIStoryboardSegue?, sender: AnyObject?) {
        if segue!.identifier == "Details" {
            let viewController:ViewController = segue!.destinationViewController as ViewController
            let indexPath = self.tableView.indexPathForSelectedRow()
            viewController.pinCode = self.exams[indexPath.row]

        }

    }

My understanding is that without the ! you just get a true or false value

How to declare and display a variable in Oracle

Did you recently switch from MySQL and are now longing for the logical equivalents of its more simple commands in Oracle? Because that is the case for me and I had the very same question. This code will give you a quick and dirty print which I think is what you're looking for:

Variable n number
begin
    :n := 1;
end;
print n

The middle section is a PL/SQL bit that binds the variable. The output from print n is in column form, and will not just give the value of n, I'm afraid. When I ran it in Toad 11 it returned like this

        n
---------
        1

I hope that helps

Java error: Only a type can be imported. XYZ resolves to a package

I got it resolved by adding the jars in tomcat lib directory.

\n or \n in php echo not print

$unit1 = "paragrahp1";             
$unit2 = "paragrahp2";  
echo '<p>'.$unit1.'</p>';  
echo '<p>'.$unit2.'</p>';

Use Tag <p> always when starting with a new line so you don't need to use /n type syntax.

How can I check the system version of Android?

Check android.os.Build.VERSION.

  • CODENAME: The current development codename, or the string "REL" if this is a release build.
  • INCREMENTAL: The internal value used by the underlying source control to represent this build.
  • RELEASE: The user-visible version string.

how to convert string to numerical values in mongodb

If you can edit all documents in aggregate :

"TimeStamp": {$toDecimal: {$toDate: "$Your Date"}}

And for the client, you set the query :

Date.parse("Your date".toISOString())

That's what makes you whole work with ISODate.

UnicodeDecodeError, invalid continuation byte

This happened to me also, while i was reading text containing Hebrew from a .txt file.

I clicked: file -> save as and I saved this file as a UTF-8 encoding

How can I parse a time string containing milliseconds in it with python?

Python 2.6 added a new strftime/strptime macro %f, which does microseconds. Not sure if this is documented anywhere. But if you're using 2.6 or 3.0, you can do this:

time.strptime('30/03/09 16:31:32.123', '%d/%m/%y %H:%M:%S.%f')

Edit: I never really work with the time module, so I didn't notice this at first, but it appears that time.struct_time doesn't actually store milliseconds/microseconds. You may be better off using datetime, like this:

>>> from datetime import datetime
>>> a = datetime.strptime('30/03/09 16:31:32.123', '%d/%m/%y %H:%M:%S.%f')
>>> a.microsecond
123000

How to create a library project in Android Studio and an application project that uses the library project

As theczechsensation comment above I try to search about Gradle Build Varians and I found this link: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/using-gradle-build-variants--cms-25005 This is a very simple solution. This is what I did: - In build.gradle:

flavorDimensions "version"

productFlavors {
    trial{
        applicationId "org.de_studio.recentappswitcher.trial"
        flavorDimension "version"
    }
    pro{
        applicationId "org.de_studio.recentappswitcher.pro"
        flavorDimension "version"
    }

}

Then I have 2 more version of my app: pro and trial with 2 diffrent packageName which is 2 applicationId in above code so I can upload both to Google Play. I still just code in the "main" section and use the getpackageName to switch between to version. Just go to the link I gave for detail.

node.js, socket.io with SSL

If your server certificated file is not trusted, (for example, you may generate the keystore by yourself with keytool command in java), you should add the extra option rejectUnauthorized

var socket = io.connect('https://localhost', {rejectUnauthorized: false});

How to disassemble a memory range with GDB?

Do you only want to disassemble your actual main? If so try this:

(gdb) info line main 
(gdb) disas STARTADDRESS ENDADDRESS

Like so:

USER@MACHINE /cygdrive/c/prog/dsa
$ gcc-3.exe -g main.c

USER@MACHINE /cygdrive/c/prog/dsa
$ gdb a.exe
GNU gdb 6.8.0.20080328-cvs (cygwin-special)
...
(gdb) info line main
Line 3 of "main.c" starts at address 0x401050 <main> and ends at 0x401075 <main+
(gdb) disas 0x401050 0x401075
Dump of assembler code from 0x401050 to 0x401075:
0x00401050 <main+0>:    push   %ebp
0x00401051 <main+1>:    mov    %esp,%ebp
0x00401053 <main+3>:    sub    $0x18,%esp
0x00401056 <main+6>:    and    $0xfffffff0,%esp
0x00401059 <main+9>:    mov    $0x0,%eax
0x0040105e <main+14>:   add    $0xf,%eax
0x00401061 <main+17>:   add    $0xf,%eax
0x00401064 <main+20>:   shr    $0x4,%eax
0x00401067 <main+23>:   shl    $0x4,%eax
0x0040106a <main+26>:   mov    %eax,-0xc(%ebp)
0x0040106d <main+29>:   mov    -0xc(%ebp),%eax
0x00401070 <main+32>:   call   0x4010c4 <_alloca>
End of assembler dump.

I don't see your system interrupt call however. (its been a while since I last tried to make a system call in assembly. INT 21h though, last I recall

How to create and download a csv file from php script?

That is the function that I used for my project, and it works as expected.

function array_csv_download( $array, $filename = "export.csv", $delimiter=";" )
{
    header( 'Content-Type: application/csv' );
    header( 'Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="' . $filename . '";' );

    // clean output buffer
    ob_end_clean();

    $handle = fopen( 'php://output', 'w' );

    // use keys as column titles
    fputcsv( $handle, array_keys( $array['0'] ) );

    foreach ( $array as $value ) {
        fputcsv( $handle, $value , $delimiter );
    }

    fclose( $handle );

    // flush buffer
    ob_flush();

    // use exit to get rid of unexpected output afterward
    exit();
}

Java string split with "." (dot)

I believe you should escape the dot. Try:

String filename = "D:/some folder/001.docx";
String extensionRemoved = filename.split("\\.")[0];

Otherwise dot is interpreted as any character in regular expressions.

Android RecyclerView addition & removal of items

Here are some visual supplemental examples. See my fuller answer for examples of adding and removing a range.

Add single item

Add "Pig" at index 2.

Insert single item

String item = "Pig";
int insertIndex = 2;
data.add(insertIndex, item);
adapter.notifyItemInserted(insertIndex);

Remove single item

Remove "Pig" from the list.

Remove single item

int removeIndex = 2;
data.remove(removeIndex);
adapter.notifyItemRemoved(removeIndex);

How to get names of classes inside a jar file?

Unfortunately, Java doesn't provide an easy way to list classes in the "native" JRE. That leaves you with a couple of options: (a) for any given JAR file, you can list the entries inside that JAR file, find the .class files, and then determine which Java class each .class file represents; or (b) you can use a library that does this for you.

Option (a): Scanning JAR files manually

In this option, we'll fill classNames with the list of all Java classes contained inside a jar file at /path/to/jar/file.jar.

List<String> classNames = new ArrayList<String>();
ZipInputStream zip = new ZipInputStream(new FileInputStream("/path/to/jar/file.jar"));
for (ZipEntry entry = zip.getNextEntry(); entry != null; entry = zip.getNextEntry()) {
    if (!entry.isDirectory() && entry.getName().endsWith(".class")) {
        // This ZipEntry represents a class. Now, what class does it represent?
        String className = entry.getName().replace('/', '.'); // including ".class"
        classNames.add(className.substring(0, className.length() - ".class".length()));
    }
}

Option (b): Using specialized reflections libraries

Guava

Guava has had ClassPath since at least 14.0, which I have used and liked. One nice thing about ClassPath is that it doesn't load the classes it finds, which is important when you're scanning for a large number of classes.

ClassPath cp=ClassPath.from(Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader());
for(ClassPath.ClassInfo info : cp.getTopLevelClassesRecurusive("my.package.name")) {
    // Do stuff with classes here...
}

Reflections

I haven't personally used the Reflections library, but it seems well-liked. Some great examples are provided on the website like this quick way to load all the classes in a package provided by any JAR file, which may also be useful for your application.

Reflections reflections = new Reflections("my.project.prefix");

Set<Class<? extends SomeType>> subTypes = reflections.getSubTypesOf(SomeType.class);

Set<Class<?>> annotated = reflections.getTypesAnnotatedWith(SomeAnnotation.class);

How to create a file with a given size in Linux?

Use fallocate if you don't want to wait for disk.

Example:

fallocate -l 100G BigFile

Usage:

Usage:
 fallocate [options] <filename>

Preallocate space to, or deallocate space from a file.

Options:
 -c, --collapse-range remove a range from the file
 -d, --dig-holes      detect zeroes and replace with holes
 -i, --insert-range   insert a hole at range, shifting existing data
 -l, --length <num>   length for range operations, in bytes
 -n, --keep-size      maintain the apparent size of the file
 -o, --offset <num>   offset for range operations, in bytes
 -p, --punch-hole     replace a range with a hole (implies -n)
 -z, --zero-range     zero and ensure allocation of a range
 -x, --posix          use posix_fallocate(3) instead of fallocate(2)
 -v, --verbose        verbose mode

 -h, --help           display this help
 -V, --version        display version

Using Eloquent ORM in Laravel to perform search of database using LIKE

FYI, the list of operators (containing like and all others) is in code:

/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Database/Query/Builder.php

protected $operators = array(
    '=', '<', '>', '<=', '>=', '<>', '!=',
    'like', 'not like', 'between', 'ilike',
    '&', '|', '^', '<<', '>>',
    'rlike', 'regexp', 'not regexp',
);

disclaimer:

Joel Larson's answer is correct. Got my upvote.

I'm hoping this answer sheds more light on what's available via the Eloquent ORM (points people in the right direct). Whilst a link to documentation would be far better, that link has proven itself elusive.

How do I check (at runtime) if one class is a subclass of another?

issubclass minimal runnable example

Here is a more complete example with some assertions:

#!/usr/bin/env python3

class Base:
    pass

class Derived(Base):
    pass

base = Base()
derived = Derived()

# Basic usage.
assert issubclass(Derived, Base)
assert not issubclass(Base, Derived)

# True for same object.
assert issubclass(Base, Base)

# Cannot use object of class.
try:
    issubclass(derived, Base)
except TypeError:
    pass
else:
    assert False

# Do this instead.
assert isinstance(derived, Base)

GitHub upstream.

Tested in Python 3.5.2.

Table header to stay fixed at the top when user scrolls it out of view with jQuery

I have tried it using transformation:translate. While it works good in Firefox and Chrome, there is simply no function in IE11. No double scroll bars. Supports table tfoot and caption. Pure Javascript, no jQuery.

http://jsfiddle.net/wbLqzrfb/42/

thead.style.transform="translate(0,"+(dY-top-1)+"px)";

Sum function in VBA

Function is not a property/method from range.

If you want to sum values then use the following:

Range("A1").Value = Application.Sum(Range(Cells(2, 1), Cells(3, 2)))

EDIT:

if you want the formula then use as follows:

Range("A1").Formula = "=SUM(" & Range(Cells(2, 1), Cells(3, 2)).Address(False, False) & ")"

'The two false after Adress is to define the address as relative (A2:B3).
'If you omit the parenthesis clause or write True instead, you can set the address
'as absolute ($A$2:$B$3).

In case you are allways going to use the same range address then you can use as Rory sugested:

Range("A1").Formula ="=Sum(A2:B3)"

Maven not found in Mac OSX mavericks

I am not allowed to comment to pkyeck's response which did not work for a few people including me, so I am adding a separate comment in continuation to his response:

Basically try to add the variable which he has mentioned in the .profile file if the .bash_profile did not work. It is located in your home directory and then restart the terminal. that got it working for me.

The obvious blocker would be that you do not have an access to edit the .profile file, for which use the "touch" to check the access and the "sudo" command to get the access

  1. touch .profile

  2. vi .profile

Here are the variable pkyeck suggests that we added as a solution which worked with editing .profile for me:

  1. export M2_HOME=/apache-maven-3.3.3

  2. export PATH=$PATH:$M2_HOME/bin

How to create a pivot query in sql server without aggregate function

SELECT *
FROM
(
SELECT [Period], [Account], [Value]
FROM TableName
) AS source
PIVOT
(
    MAX([Value])
    FOR [Period] IN ([2000], [2001], [2002])
) as pvt

Another way,

SELECT ACCOUNT,
      MAX(CASE WHEN Period = '2000' THEN Value ELSE NULL END) [2000],
      MAX(CASE WHEN Period = '2001' THEN Value ELSE NULL END) [2001],
      MAX(CASE WHEN Period = '2002' THEN Value ELSE NULL END) [2002]
FROM tableName
GROUP BY Account

Setting a property with an EventTrigger

Just create your own action.

namespace WpfUtil
{
    using System.Reflection;
    using System.Windows;
    using System.Windows.Interactivity;


    /// <summary>
    /// Sets the designated property to the supplied value. TargetObject
    /// optionally designates the object on which to set the property. If
    /// TargetObject is not supplied then the property is set on the object
    /// to which the trigger is attached.
    /// </summary>
    public class SetPropertyAction : TriggerAction<FrameworkElement>
    {
        // PropertyName DependencyProperty.

        /// <summary>
        /// The property to be executed in response to the trigger.
        /// </summary>
        public string PropertyName
        {
            get { return (string)GetValue(PropertyNameProperty); }
            set { SetValue(PropertyNameProperty, value); }
        }

        public static readonly DependencyProperty PropertyNameProperty
            = DependencyProperty.Register("PropertyName", typeof(string),
            typeof(SetPropertyAction));


        // PropertyValue DependencyProperty.

        /// <summary>
        /// The value to set the property to.
        /// </summary>
        public object PropertyValue
        {
            get { return GetValue(PropertyValueProperty); }
            set { SetValue(PropertyValueProperty, value); }
        }

        public static readonly DependencyProperty PropertyValueProperty
            = DependencyProperty.Register("PropertyValue", typeof(object),
            typeof(SetPropertyAction));


        // TargetObject DependencyProperty.

        /// <summary>
        /// Specifies the object upon which to set the property.
        /// </summary>
        public object TargetObject
        {
            get { return GetValue(TargetObjectProperty); }
            set { SetValue(TargetObjectProperty, value); }
        }

        public static readonly DependencyProperty TargetObjectProperty
            = DependencyProperty.Register("TargetObject", typeof(object),
            typeof(SetPropertyAction));


        // Private Implementation.

        protected override void Invoke(object parameter)
        {
            object target = TargetObject ?? AssociatedObject;
            PropertyInfo propertyInfo = target.GetType().GetProperty(
                PropertyName,
                BindingFlags.Instance|BindingFlags.Public
                |BindingFlags.NonPublic|BindingFlags.InvokeMethod);

            propertyInfo.SetValue(target, PropertyValue);
        }
    }
}

In this case I'm binding to a property called DialogResult on my viewmodel.

<Grid>

    <Button>
        <i:Interaction.Triggers>
            <i:EventTrigger EventName="Click">
                <wpf:SetPropertyAction PropertyName="DialogResult" TargetObject="{Binding}"
                                       PropertyValue="{x:Static mvvm:DialogResult.Cancel}"/>
            </i:EventTrigger>
        </i:Interaction.Triggers>
        Cancel
    </Button>

</Grid>

log4j:WARN No appenders could be found for logger in web.xml

Or, you could be doing what I did and define the logger before the log configuration file has been loaded. This would be as they say: "Putting the cart before the horse."

In the code:

public static Logger logger = Logger.getLogger("RbReport");

... later on

PropertyConfigurator.configure(l4j);
logger = Logger.getLogger("RbReport");

Fix was to initialize the logger after the configuration was loaded.

For the geeks it was "Putting Descarte b4 d horse".

How to prevent scanf causing a buffer overflow in C?

In their book The Practice of Programming (which is well worth reading), Kernighan and Pike discuss this problem, and they solve it by using snprintf() to create the string with the correct buffer size for passing to the scanf() family of functions. In effect:

int scanner(const char *data, char *buffer, size_t buflen)
{
    char format[32];
    if (buflen == 0)
        return 0;
    snprintf(format, sizeof(format), "%%%ds", (int)(buflen-1));
    return sscanf(data, format, buffer);
}

Note, this still limits the input to the size provided as 'buffer'. If you need more space, then you have to do memory allocation, or use a non-standard library function that does the memory allocation for you.


Note that the POSIX 2008 (2013) version of the scanf() family of functions supports a format modifier m (an assignment-allocation character) for string inputs (%s, %c, %[). Instead of taking a char * argument, it takes a char ** argument, and it allocates the necessary space for the value it reads:

char *buffer = 0;
if (sscanf(data, "%ms", &buffer) == 1)
{
    printf("String is: <<%s>>\n", buffer);
    free(buffer);
}

If the sscanf() function fails to satisfy all the conversion specifications, then all the memory it allocated for %ms-like conversions is freed before the function returns.

How to clone all remote branches in Git?

None of these answers cut it, except user nobody is on the right track.

I was having trouble with moving a repo from one server/system to another. When I cloned the repo, it only created a local branch for master so when I pushed to the new remote, only master branch was pushed.

So I found these two methods VERY useful. Hope they help someone else.

Method 1:

git clone --mirror OLD_REPO_URL
cd new-cloned-project
mkdir .git
mv * .git
git config --local --bool core.bare false
git reset --hard HEAD
git remote add newrepo NEW_REPO_URL
git push --all newrepo
git push --tags newrepo

Method 2:

git config --global alias.clone-branches '! git branch -a | sed -n "/\/HEAD /d; /\/master$/d; /remotes/p;" | xargs -L1 git checkout -t'
git clone OLD_REPO_URL
cd new-cloned-project
git clone-branches
git remote add newrepo NEW_REPO_URL
git push --all newrepo
git push --tags newrepo

How to replicate background-attachment fixed on iOS

It has been asked in the past, apparently it costs a lot to mobile browsers, so it's been disabled.

Check this comment by @PaulIrish:

Fixed-backgrounds have huge repaint cost and decimate scrolling performance, which is, I believe, why it was disabled.

you can see workarounds to this in this posts:

Fixed background image with ios7

Fixed body background scrolls with the page on iOS7

How to Add Stacktrace or debug Option when Building Android Studio Project

my solution is this:

cd android

and then:

./gradlew assembleMyBuild --stacktrace

concat scope variables into string in angular directive expression

<a ngHref="/path/{{obj.val1}}/{{obj.val2}}">{{obj.val1}}, {{obj.val2}}</a>

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

If error related to Cocoapods as follow:

library not found for -lPod-...

You need to check Other Linker Flags and remove it from there.

Extra Information: If you have an old project that uses cocoapods. And recently you needed to add the use_frameworks! to your podfile. cocoapods will not add the libraries to your Other Linker Flags anymore cause its inherited. Therefore, you may need to remove those manually from the other linker flags which they were added before using the use_frameworks!

Is it a good practice to use an empty URL for a HTML form's action attribute? (action="")

I used to do this a lot when I worked with Classic ASP. Usually I used it when server-side validation was needed of some sort for the input (before the days of AJAX). The main draw back I see is that it doesn't separate programming logic from the presentation, at the file level.

Key hash for Android-Facebook app

I just made a tool for that exact purpose i.e., https://keyhash.vaibhavpandey.com/. It is simpler than anything else as it requires you browse the keystore on your computer and enter the passphrase to generate both SHA-1 Hex and Base64 versions for Google & Facebook respectively.

Don't worry about the keystore or passphrase as the job is done completely in-browser, you can inspect the network tab and the tool is open-source too at https://github.com/vaibhavpandeyvpz/keyhash.

Sublime Text 2 multiple line edit

Highlight the lines and use:

  • Windows: Ctrl+Shift+L
  • Mac: Cmd ?+Shift+L

You can then move the cursor to your heart's content and edit all lines at once.

It's also called "Split into Lines" in the "Selection" menu.

Correct way to detach from a container without stopping it

If you do "docker attach "container id" you get into the container. To exit from the container without stopping the container you need to enter Ctrl+P+Q

how to fetch array keys with jQuery?

Don't Reinvent the Wheel, Use Underscore

I know the OP specifically mentioned jQuery but I wanted to put an answer here to introduce people to the helpful Underscore library if they are not aware of it already.

By leveraging the keys method in the Underscore library, you can simply do the following:

_.keys(foo)  #=> ["alfa", "beta"]

Plus, there's a plethora of other useful functions that are worth perusing.

How to reload a page using JavaScript

location.href = location.href;

How to scale a BufferedImage

Using imgscalr – Java Image Scaling Library:

BufferedImage image =
     Scalr.resize(originalImage, Scalr.Method.BALANCED, newWidth, newHeight);

This is fast enough for me.

Delete directories recursively in Java

for(Path p : Files.walk(directoryToDelete).
        sorted((a, b) -> b.compareTo(a)). // reverse; files before dirs
        toArray(Path[]::new))
{
    Files.delete(p);
}

Or if you want to handle the IOException:

Files.walk(directoryToDelete).
    sorted((a, b) -> b.compareTo(a)). // reverse; files before dirs
    forEach(p -> {
        try { Files.delete(p); }
        catch(IOException e) { /* ... */ }
      });

Xcode build failure "Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64"

I have found this can also occur if you drag a folder with Objective-C files into your project. If that folder appears blue I think it indicates its not properly linked. You can verify this (if you use version control) because whenever you add new files the pbxproj file should update with links to those new files. However you may find that after you added a folder that the pbxproj file did not change (and hence there is a linking error). So you will get auto-complete working and it will find the classes you imported, but when it goes to actually build the image it fails with this error code.

The solution is to not add the folder but rather add the files. Do this and you should see the pbxproj file update and it should fix this error.

This also assumes you've done what was suggested above and have properly linked all the right frameworks.

The difference between "require(x)" and "import x"

Let me give an example for Including express module with require & import

-require

var express = require('express');

-import

import * as  express from 'express';

So after using any of the above statement we will have a variable called as 'express' with us. Now we can define 'app' variable as,

var app = express(); 

So we use 'require' with 'CommonJS' and 'import' with 'ES6'.

For more info on 'require' & 'import', read through below links.

require - Requiring modules in Node.js: Everything you need to know

import - An Update on ES6 Modules in Node.js

Python, Unicode, and the Windows console

Like Giampaolo Rodolà's answer, but even more dirty: I really, really intend to spend a long time (soon) understanding the whole subject of encodings and how they apply to Windoze consoles,

For the moment I just wanted sthg which would mean my program would NOT CRASH, and which I understood ... and also which didn't involve importing too many exotic modules (in particular I'm using Jython, so half the time a Python module turns out not in fact to be available).

def pr(s):
    try:
        print(s)
    except UnicodeEncodeError:
        for c in s:
            try:
                print( c, end='')
            except UnicodeEncodeError:
                print( '?', end='')

NB "pr" is shorter to type than "print" (and quite a bit shorter to type than "safeprint")...!

destination path already exists and is not an empty directory

Steps to get this error ;

  1. Clone a repo (for eg take name as xyz)in a folder
  2. Not try to clone again in the same folder . Even after deleting the folder manually this error will come since deleting folder doesn't delete git info .

Solution : rm -rf "name of repo folder which in out case is xyz" . So

rm -rf xyz

How to check if a string contains only digits in Java

You must allow for more than a digit (the + sign) as in:

String regex = "[0-9]+"; 
String data = "23343453"; 
System.out.println(data.matches(regex));

What is the difference between g++ and gcc?

One notable difference is that if you pass a .c file to gcc it will compile as C.

The default behavior of g++ is to treat .c files as C++ (unless -x c is specified).

Android: Align button to bottom-right of screen using FrameLayout?

I also ran into this situation and figured out how to do it using FrameLayout. The following output is produced by the code given below.

Some right-bottom aligned text showing up over an image using FrameLayout.

              <FrameLayout
                    android:layout_width="match_parent"
                    android:layout_height="wrap_content" >

                    <ImageView
                        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                        android:src="@drawable/contactbook_icon"
                        android:layout_gravity="center" />

                    <TextView
                        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
                        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                        android:text="140"
                        android:textSize="12dp"
                        android:textColor="#FFFFFF"
                        android:layout_gravity="bottom|right"
                        android:layout_margin="15dp" />
                </FrameLayout>

Change the margin value to adjust the text position over the image. Removing margin might make the text to go out of the view sometimes.

Powershell Error "The term 'Get-SPWeb' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function..."

Run this script from SharePoint 2010 Management Shell as Administrator.

Double Iteration in List Comprehension

To answer your question with your own suggestion:

>>> [x for b in a for x in b] # Works fine

While you asked for list comprehension answers, let me also point out the excellent itertools.chain():

>>> from itertools import chain
>>> list(chain.from_iterable(a))
>>> list(chain(*a)) # If you're using python < 2.6

Getting "error": "unsupported_grant_type" when trying to get a JWT by calling an OWIN OAuth secured Web Api via Postman

try to add this in your payload

grant_type=password&username=pippo&password=pluto

How do I use namespaces with TypeScript external modules?

Nothing wrong with Ryan's answer, but for people who came here looking for how to maintain a one-class-per-file structure while still using ES6 namespaces correctly please refer to this helpful resource from Microsoft.

One thing that's unclear to me after reading the doc is: how to import the entire (merged) module with a single import.

Edit Circling back to update this answer. A few approaches to namespacing emerge in TS.

All module classes in one file.

export namespace Shapes {
    export class Triangle {}
    export class Square {}      
}

Import files into namespace, and reassign

import { Triangle as _Triangle } from './triangle';
import { Square as _Square } from './square';

export namespace Shapes {
  export const Triangle = _Triangle;
  export const Square = _Square;
}

Barrels

// ./shapes/index.ts
export { Triangle } from './triangle';
export { Square } from './square';

// in importing file:
import * as Shapes from './shapes/index.ts';
// by node module convention, you can ignore '/index.ts':
import * as Shapes from './shapes';
let myTriangle = new Shapes.Triangle();

A final consideration. You could namespace each file

// triangle.ts
export namespace Shapes {
    export class Triangle {}
}

// square.ts
export namespace Shapes {
    export class Square {}
}

But as one imports two classes from the same namespace, TS will complain there's a duplicate identifier. The only solution as this time is to then alias the namespace.

import { Shapes } from './square';
import { Shapes as _Shapes } from './triangle';

// ugh
let myTriangle = new _Shapes.Shapes.Triangle();

This aliasing is absolutely abhorrent, so don't do it. You're better off with an approach above. Personally, I prefer the 'barrel'.

detect key press in python?

Use this code for find the which key pressed

from pynput import keyboard

def on_press(key):
    try:
        print('alphanumeric key {0} pressed'.format(
            key.char))
    except AttributeError:
        print('special key {0} pressed'.format(
            key))

def on_release(key):
    print('{0} released'.format(
        key))
    if key == keyboard.Key.esc:
        # Stop listener
        return False

# Collect events until released
with keyboard.Listener(
        on_press=on_press,
        on_release=on_release) as listener:
    listener.join()

android edittext onchange listener

I have done it using AutotextView:

AutotextView textView = (AutotextView) findViewById(R.id.autotextview);
textView.addTextChangedListener(new TextWatcher() {

    @Override
    public void onTextChanged(CharSequence cs, int arg1, int arg2, int arg3) {
        seq = cs;
    }

    @Override
    public void beforeTextChanged(CharSequence s, int arg1, int arg2, int arg3) {

    }

    @Override
    public void afterTextChanged(Editable arg0) {
        new SearchTask().execute(seq.toString().trim());
    }

});

Fragment transaction animation: slide in and slide out

This is another solution which I use:

public class CustomAnimator {
    private static final String TAG = "com.example.CustomAnimator";

    private static Stack<AnimationEntry> animation_stack    = new Stack<>();

    public static final int                 DIRECTION_LEFT  = 1;
    public static final int                 DIRECTION_RIGHT = -1;
    public static final int                 DIRECTION_UP    = 2;
    public static final int                 DIRECTION_DOWN  = -2;

    static class AnimationEntry {
        View in;
        View    out;
        int     direction;
        long    duration;
    }

    public static boolean hasHistory() {
        return !animation_stack.empty();
    }

    public static void reversePrevious() {
        if (!animation_stack.empty()) {
            AnimationEntry entry = animation_stack.pop();
            slide(entry.out, entry.in, -entry.direction, entry.duration, false);
        }
    }

    public static void clearHistory() {
        animation_stack.clear();
    }

    public static void slide(final View in, View out, final int direction, long duration) {
        slide(in, out, direction, duration, true);
    }

    private static void slide(final View in, final View out, final int direction, final long duration, final boolean save) {

        ViewGroup in_parent = (ViewGroup) in.getParent();
        ViewGroup out_parent = (ViewGroup) out.getParent();

        if (!in_parent.equals(out_parent)) {
            return;
        }

        int parent_width = in_parent.getWidth();
        int parent_height = in_parent.getHeight();

        ObjectAnimator slide_out;
        ObjectAnimator slide_in;

        switch (direction) {
            case DIRECTION_LEFT:
            default:
                slide_in = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(in, "translationX", parent_width, 0);
                slide_out = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(out, "translationX", 0, -out.getWidth());
                break;
            case DIRECTION_RIGHT:
                slide_in = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(in, "translationX", -out.getWidth(), 0);
                slide_out = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(out, "translationX", 0, parent_width);
                break;
            case DIRECTION_UP:
                slide_in = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(in, "translationY", parent_height, 0);
                slide_out = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(out, "translationY", 0, -out.getHeight());
                break;
            case DIRECTION_DOWN:
                slide_in = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(in, "translationY", -out.getHeight(), 0);
                slide_out = ObjectAnimator.ofFloat(out, "translationY", 0, parent_height);
                break;
        }

        AnimatorSet animations = new AnimatorSet();
        animations.setDuration(duration);
        animations.playTogether(slide_in, slide_out);
        animations.addListener(new Animator.AnimatorListener() {

            @Override
            public void onAnimationCancel(Animator arg0) {
            }

            @Override
            public void onAnimationEnd(Animator arg0) {
                out.setVisibility(View.INVISIBLE);
                if (save) {
                    AnimationEntry ae = new AnimationEntry();
                    ae.in = in;
                    ae.out = out;
                    ae.direction = direction;
                    ae.duration = duration;
                    animation_stack.push(ae);
                }
            }

            @Override
            public void onAnimationRepeat(Animator arg0) {
            }

            @Override
            public void onAnimationStart(Animator arg0) {
                in.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
            }
        });
        animations.start();
    }
}

The usage of class. Let's say you have two fragments (list and details fragments)as shown below

<FrameLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:id="@+id/ui_container"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent" >

    <FrameLayout
        android:id="@+id/list_container"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />

    <FrameLayout
        android:id="@+id/details_container"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:visibility="gone" />
</FrameLayout>

Usage

View details_container = findViewById(R.id.details_container);
View list_container = findViewById(R.id.list_container);
// You can select the direction left/right/up/down and the duration
CustomAnimator.slide(list_container, details_container,CustomAnimator.DIRECTION_LEFT, 400);

You can use the function CustomAnimator.reversePrevious();to get the previous view when the user pressed back.

EOL conversion in notepad ++

In Notepad++, use replace all with regular expression. This has advantage over conversion command in menu that you can operate on entire folder w/o having to open each file or drag n drop (on several hundred files it will noticeably become slower) plus you can also set filename wildcard filter.

(\r?\n)|(\r\n?)

to

\n

This will match every possible line ending pattern (single \r, \n or \r\n) back to \n. (Or \r\n if you are converting to windows-style)

To operate on multiple files, either:

  • Use "Replace All in all opened document" in "Replace" tab. You will have to drag and drop all files into Notepad++ first. It's good that you will have control over which file to operate on but can be slow if there several hundreds or thousands files.
  • "Replace in files" in "Find in files" tab, by file filter of you choice, e.g., *.cpp *.cs under one specified directory.

Comparing user-inputted characters in C

For a start, your answer variable should be of type char, not char*.

As for the if statement:

if (answer == ('Y' || 'y'))

This is first evaluating 'Y' || 'y' which, in Boolean logic (and for ASCII) is true since both of them are "true" (non-zero). In other words, you'd only get the if statement to fire if you'd somehow entered CTRLA (again, for ASCII, and where a true values equates to 1)*a.

You could use the more correct:

if ((answer == 'Y') || (answer == 'y'))

but you really should be using:

if (toupper(answer) == 'Y')

since that's the more portable way to achieve the same end.


*a You may be wondering why I'm putting in all sorts of conditionals for my statements. While the vast majority of C implementations use ASCII and certain known values, it's not necessarily mandated by the ISO standards. I know for a fact that at least one compiler still uses EBCDIC so I don't like making unwarranted assumptions.

Draw on HTML5 Canvas using a mouse

Here is a working sample.

_x000D_
_x000D_
 <html>_x000D_
    <script type="text/javascript">_x000D_
    var canvas, ctx, flag = false,_x000D_
        prevX = 0,_x000D_
        currX = 0,_x000D_
        prevY = 0,_x000D_
        currY = 0,_x000D_
        dot_flag = false;_x000D_
_x000D_
    var x = "black",_x000D_
        y = 2;_x000D_
    _x000D_
    function init() {_x000D_
        canvas = document.getElementById('can');_x000D_
        ctx = canvas.getContext("2d");_x000D_
        w = canvas.width;_x000D_
        h = canvas.height;_x000D_
    _x000D_
        canvas.addEventListener("mousemove", function (e) {_x000D_
            findxy('move', e)_x000D_
        }, false);_x000D_
        canvas.addEventListener("mousedown", function (e) {_x000D_
            findxy('down', e)_x000D_
        }, false);_x000D_
        canvas.addEventListener("mouseup", function (e) {_x000D_
            findxy('up', e)_x000D_
        }, false);_x000D_
        canvas.addEventListener("mouseout", function (e) {_x000D_
            findxy('out', e)_x000D_
        }, false);_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    function color(obj) {_x000D_
        switch (obj.id) {_x000D_
            case "green":_x000D_
                x = "green";_x000D_
                break;_x000D_
            case "blue":_x000D_
                x = "blue";_x000D_
                break;_x000D_
            case "red":_x000D_
                x = "red";_x000D_
                break;_x000D_
            case "yellow":_x000D_
                x = "yellow";_x000D_
                break;_x000D_
            case "orange":_x000D_
                x = "orange";_x000D_
                break;_x000D_
            case "black":_x000D_
                x = "black";_x000D_
                break;_x000D_
            case "white":_x000D_
                x = "white";_x000D_
                break;_x000D_
        }_x000D_
        if (x == "white") y = 14;_x000D_
        else y = 2;_x000D_
    _x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    function draw() {_x000D_
        ctx.beginPath();_x000D_
        ctx.moveTo(prevX, prevY);_x000D_
        ctx.lineTo(currX, currY);_x000D_
        ctx.strokeStyle = x;_x000D_
        ctx.lineWidth = y;_x000D_
        ctx.stroke();_x000D_
        ctx.closePath();_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    function erase() {_x000D_
        var m = confirm("Want to clear");_x000D_
        if (m) {_x000D_
            ctx.clearRect(0, 0, w, h);_x000D_
            document.getElementById("canvasimg").style.display = "none";_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    function save() {_x000D_
        document.getElementById("canvasimg").style.border = "2px solid";_x000D_
        var dataURL = canvas.toDataURL();_x000D_
        document.getElementById("canvasimg").src = dataURL;_x000D_
        document.getElementById("canvasimg").style.display = "inline";_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    _x000D_
    function findxy(res, e) {_x000D_
        if (res == 'down') {_x000D_
            prevX = currX;_x000D_
            prevY = currY;_x000D_
            currX = e.clientX - canvas.offsetLeft;_x000D_
            currY = e.clientY - canvas.offsetTop;_x000D_
    _x000D_
            flag = true;_x000D_
            dot_flag = true;_x000D_
            if (dot_flag) {_x000D_
                ctx.beginPath();_x000D_
                ctx.fillStyle = x;_x000D_
                ctx.fillRect(currX, currY, 2, 2);_x000D_
                ctx.closePath();_x000D_
                dot_flag = false;_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        }_x000D_
        if (res == 'up' || res == "out") {_x000D_
            flag = false;_x000D_
        }_x000D_
        if (res == 'move') {_x000D_
            if (flag) {_x000D_
                prevX = currX;_x000D_
                prevY = currY;_x000D_
                currX = e.clientX - canvas.offsetLeft;_x000D_
                currY = e.clientY - canvas.offsetTop;_x000D_
                draw();_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    </script>_x000D_
    <body onload="init()">_x000D_
        <canvas id="can" width="400" height="400" style="position:absolute;top:10%;left:10%;border:2px solid;"></canvas>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:12%;left:43%;">Choose Color</div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:15%;left:45%;width:10px;height:10px;background:green;" id="green" onclick="color(this)"></div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:15%;left:46%;width:10px;height:10px;background:blue;" id="blue" onclick="color(this)"></div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:15%;left:47%;width:10px;height:10px;background:red;" id="red" onclick="color(this)"></div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:17%;left:45%;width:10px;height:10px;background:yellow;" id="yellow" onclick="color(this)"></div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:17%;left:46%;width:10px;height:10px;background:orange;" id="orange" onclick="color(this)"></div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:17%;left:47%;width:10px;height:10px;background:black;" id="black" onclick="color(this)"></div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:20%;left:43%;">Eraser</div>_x000D_
        <div style="position:absolute;top:22%;left:45%;width:15px;height:15px;background:white;border:2px solid;" id="white" onclick="color(this)"></div>_x000D_
        <img id="canvasimg" style="position:absolute;top:10%;left:52%;" style="display:none;">_x000D_
        <input type="button" value="save" id="btn" size="30" onclick="save()" style="position:absolute;top:55%;left:10%;">_x000D_
        <input type="button" value="clear" id="clr" size="23" onclick="erase()" style="position:absolute;top:55%;left:15%;">_x000D_
    </body>_x000D_
    </html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Custom method names in ASP.NET Web API

In case you're using ASP.NET 5 with ASP.NET MVC 6, most of these answers simply won't work because you'll normally let MVC create the appropriate route collection for you (using the default RESTful conventions), meaning that you won't find any Routes.MapRoute() call to edit at will.

The ConfigureServices() method invoked by the Startup.cs file will register MVC with the Dependency Injection framework built into ASP.NET 5: that way, when you call ApplicationBuilder.UseMvc() later in that class, the MVC framework will automatically add these default routes to your app. We can take a look of what happens behind the hood by looking at the UseMvc() method implementation within the framework source code:

public static IApplicationBuilder UseMvc(
    [NotNull] this IApplicationBuilder app,
    [NotNull] Action<IRouteBuilder> configureRoutes)
{
    // Verify if AddMvc was done before calling UseMvc
    // We use the MvcMarkerService to make sure if all the services were added.
    MvcServicesHelper.ThrowIfMvcNotRegistered(app.ApplicationServices);

    var routes = new RouteBuilder
    {
        DefaultHandler = new MvcRouteHandler(),
        ServiceProvider = app.ApplicationServices
    };

    configureRoutes(routes);

    // Adding the attribute route comes after running the user-code because
    // we want to respect any changes to the DefaultHandler.
    routes.Routes.Insert(0, AttributeRouting.CreateAttributeMegaRoute(
        routes.DefaultHandler,
        app.ApplicationServices));

    return app.UseRouter(routes.Build());
}

The good thing about this is that the framework now handles all the hard work, iterating through all the Controller's Actions and setting up their default routes, thus saving you some redundant work.

The bad thing is, there's little or no documentation about how you could add your own routes. Luckily enough, you can easily do that by using either a Convention-Based and/or an Attribute-Based approach (aka Attribute Routing).

Convention-Based

In your Startup.cs class, replace this:

app.UseMvc();

with this:

app.UseMvc(routes =>
            {
                // Route Sample A
                routes.MapRoute(
                    name: "RouteSampleA",
                    template: "MyOwnGet",
                    defaults: new { controller = "Items", action = "Get" }
                );
                // Route Sample B
                routes.MapRoute(
                    name: "RouteSampleB",
                    template: "MyOwnPost",
                    defaults: new { controller = "Items", action = "Post" }
                );
            });

Attribute-Based

A great thing about MVC6 is that you can also define routes on a per-controller basis by decorating either the Controller class and/or the Action methods with the appropriate RouteAttribute and/or HttpGet / HttpPost template parameters, such as the following:

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using Microsoft.AspNet.Mvc;

namespace MyNamespace.Controllers
{
    [Route("api/[controller]")]
    public class ItemsController : Controller
    {
        // GET: api/items
        [HttpGet()]
        public IEnumerable<string> Get()
        {
            return GetLatestItems();
        }

        // GET: api/items/5
        [HttpGet("{num}")]
        public IEnumerable<string> Get(int num)
        {
            return GetLatestItems(5);
        }       

        // GET: api/items/GetLatestItems
        [HttpGet("GetLatestItems")]
        public IEnumerable<string> GetLatestItems()
        {
            return GetLatestItems(5);
        }

        // GET api/items/GetLatestItems/5
        [HttpGet("GetLatestItems/{num}")]
        public IEnumerable<string> GetLatestItems(int num)
        {
            return new string[] { "test", "test2" };
        }

        // POST: /api/items/PostSomething
        [HttpPost("PostSomething")]
        public IActionResult Post([FromBody]string someData)
        {
            return Content("OK, got it!");
        }
    }
}

This controller will handle the following requests:

 [GET] api/items
 [GET] api/items/5
 [GET] api/items/GetLatestItems
 [GET] api/items/GetLatestItems/5
 [POST] api/items/PostSomething

Also notice that if you use the two approaches togheter, Attribute-based routes (when defined) would override Convention-based ones, and both of them would override the default routes defined by UseMvc().

For more info, you can also read the following post on my blog.

Passing arrays as parameters in bash

Just to add to the accepted answer, as I found it doesn't work well if the array contents are someting like:

RUN_COMMANDS=(
  "command1 param1... paramN"
  "command2 param1... paramN"
)

In this case, each member of the array gets split, so the array the function sees is equivalent to:

RUN_COMMANDS=(
    "command1"
    "param1"
     ...
    "command2"
    ...
)

To get this case to work, the way I found is to pass the variable name to the function, then use eval:

function () {
    eval 'COMMANDS=( "${'"$1"'[@]}" )'
    for COMMAND in "${COMMANDS[@]}"; do
        echo $COMMAND
    done
}

function RUN_COMMANDS

Just my 2©

Bootstrap 3 jquery event for active tab change

I use another approach.

Just try to find all a where id starts from some substring.

JS

$('a[id^=v-photos-tab]').click(function () {
     alert("Handler for .click() called.");
});

HTML

<a class="nav-item nav-link active show"  id="v-photos-tab-3a623245-7dc7-4a22-90d0-62705ad0c62b" data-toggle="pill" href="#v-photos-3a623245-7dc7-4a22-90d0-62705ad0c62b" role="tab" aria-controls="v-requestbase-photos" aria-selected="true"><span>Cool photos</span></a>

Global keyboard capture in C# application

Here's my code that works:

using System;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

namespace SnagFree.TrayApp.Core
{
    class GlobalKeyboardHookEventArgs : HandledEventArgs
    {
        public GlobalKeyboardHook.KeyboardState KeyboardState { get; private set; }
        public GlobalKeyboardHook.LowLevelKeyboardInputEvent KeyboardData { get; private set; }

        public GlobalKeyboardHookEventArgs(
            GlobalKeyboardHook.LowLevelKeyboardInputEvent keyboardData,
            GlobalKeyboardHook.KeyboardState keyboardState)
        {
            KeyboardData = keyboardData;
            KeyboardState = keyboardState;
        }
    }

    //Based on https://gist.github.com/Stasonix
    class GlobalKeyboardHook : IDisposable
    {
        public event EventHandler<GlobalKeyboardHookEventArgs> KeyboardPressed;

        public GlobalKeyboardHook()
        {
            _windowsHookHandle = IntPtr.Zero;
            _user32LibraryHandle = IntPtr.Zero;
            _hookProc = LowLevelKeyboardProc; // we must keep alive _hookProc, because GC is not aware about SetWindowsHookEx behaviour.

            _user32LibraryHandle = LoadLibrary("User32");
            if (_user32LibraryHandle == IntPtr.Zero)
            {
                int errorCode = Marshal.GetLastWin32Error();
                throw new Win32Exception(errorCode, $"Failed to load library 'User32.dll'. Error {errorCode}: {new Win32Exception(Marshal.GetLastWin32Error()).Message}.");
            }



            _windowsHookHandle = SetWindowsHookEx(WH_KEYBOARD_LL, _hookProc, _user32LibraryHandle, 0);
            if (_windowsHookHandle == IntPtr.Zero)
            {
                int errorCode = Marshal.GetLastWin32Error();
                throw new Win32Exception(errorCode, $"Failed to adjust keyboard hooks for '{Process.GetCurrentProcess().ProcessName}'. Error {errorCode}: {new Win32Exception(Marshal.GetLastWin32Error()).Message}.");
            }
        }

        protected virtual void Dispose(bool disposing)
        {
            if (disposing)
            {
                // because we can unhook only in the same thread, not in garbage collector thread
                if (_windowsHookHandle != IntPtr.Zero)
                {
                    if (!UnhookWindowsHookEx(_windowsHookHandle))
                    {
                        int errorCode = Marshal.GetLastWin32Error();
                        throw new Win32Exception(errorCode, $"Failed to remove keyboard hooks for '{Process.GetCurrentProcess().ProcessName}'. Error {errorCode}: {new Win32Exception(Marshal.GetLastWin32Error()).Message}.");
                    }
                    _windowsHookHandle = IntPtr.Zero;

                    // ReSharper disable once DelegateSubtraction
                    _hookProc -= LowLevelKeyboardProc;
                }
            }

            if (_user32LibraryHandle != IntPtr.Zero)
            {
                if (!FreeLibrary(_user32LibraryHandle)) // reduces reference to library by 1.
                {
                    int errorCode = Marshal.GetLastWin32Error();
                    throw new Win32Exception(errorCode, $"Failed to unload library 'User32.dll'. Error {errorCode}: {new Win32Exception(Marshal.GetLastWin32Error()).Message}.");
                }
                _user32LibraryHandle = IntPtr.Zero;
            }
        }

        ~GlobalKeyboardHook()
        {
            Dispose(false);
        }

        public void Dispose()
        {
            Dispose(true);
            GC.SuppressFinalize(this);
        }

        private IntPtr _windowsHookHandle;
        private IntPtr _user32LibraryHandle;
        private HookProc _hookProc;

        delegate IntPtr HookProc(int nCode, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam);

        [DllImport("kernel32.dll")]
        private static extern IntPtr LoadLibrary(string lpFileName);

        [DllImport("kernel32.dll", CharSet = CharSet.Auto)]
        private static extern bool FreeLibrary(IntPtr hModule);

        /// <summary>
        /// The SetWindowsHookEx function installs an application-defined hook procedure into a hook chain.
        /// You would install a hook procedure to monitor the system for certain types of events. These events are
        /// associated either with a specific thread or with all threads in the same desktop as the calling thread.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="idHook">hook type</param>
        /// <param name="lpfn">hook procedure</param>
        /// <param name="hMod">handle to application instance</param>
        /// <param name="dwThreadId">thread identifier</param>
        /// <returns>If the function succeeds, the return value is the handle to the hook procedure.</returns>
        [DllImport("USER32", SetLastError = true)]
        static extern IntPtr SetWindowsHookEx(int idHook, HookProc lpfn, IntPtr hMod, int dwThreadId);

        /// <summary>
        /// The UnhookWindowsHookEx function removes a hook procedure installed in a hook chain by the SetWindowsHookEx function.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="hhk">handle to hook procedure</param>
        /// <returns>If the function succeeds, the return value is true.</returns>
        [DllImport("USER32", SetLastError = true)]
        public static extern bool UnhookWindowsHookEx(IntPtr hHook);

        /// <summary>
        /// The CallNextHookEx function passes the hook information to the next hook procedure in the current hook chain.
        /// A hook procedure can call this function either before or after processing the hook information.
        /// </summary>
        /// <param name="hHook">handle to current hook</param>
        /// <param name="code">hook code passed to hook procedure</param>
        /// <param name="wParam">value passed to hook procedure</param>
        /// <param name="lParam">value passed to hook procedure</param>
        /// <returns>If the function succeeds, the return value is true.</returns>
        [DllImport("USER32", SetLastError = true)]
        static extern IntPtr CallNextHookEx(IntPtr hHook, int code, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam);

        [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential)]
        public struct LowLevelKeyboardInputEvent
        {
            /// <summary>
            /// A virtual-key code. The code must be a value in the range 1 to 254.
            /// </summary>
            public int VirtualCode;

            /// <summary>
            /// A hardware scan code for the key. 
            /// </summary>
            public int HardwareScanCode;

            /// <summary>
            /// The extended-key flag, event-injected Flags, context code, and transition-state flag. This member is specified as follows. An application can use the following values to test the keystroke Flags. Testing LLKHF_INJECTED (bit 4) will tell you whether the event was injected. If it was, then testing LLKHF_LOWER_IL_INJECTED (bit 1) will tell you whether or not the event was injected from a process running at lower integrity level.
            /// </summary>
            public int Flags;

            /// <summary>
            /// The time stamp stamp for this message, equivalent to what GetMessageTime would return for this message.
            /// </summary>
            public int TimeStamp;

            /// <summary>
            /// Additional information associated with the message. 
            /// </summary>
            public IntPtr AdditionalInformation;
        }

        public const int WH_KEYBOARD_LL = 13;
        //const int HC_ACTION = 0;

        public enum KeyboardState
        {
            KeyDown = 0x0100,
            KeyUp = 0x0101,
            SysKeyDown = 0x0104,
            SysKeyUp = 0x0105
        }

        public const int VkSnapshot = 0x2c;
        //const int VkLwin = 0x5b;
        //const int VkRwin = 0x5c;
        //const int VkTab = 0x09;
        //const int VkEscape = 0x18;
        //const int VkControl = 0x11;
        const int KfAltdown = 0x2000;
        public const int LlkhfAltdown = (KfAltdown >> 8);

        public IntPtr LowLevelKeyboardProc(int nCode, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam)
        {
            bool fEatKeyStroke = false;

            var wparamTyped = wParam.ToInt32();
            if (Enum.IsDefined(typeof(KeyboardState), wparamTyped))
            {
                object o = Marshal.PtrToStructure(lParam, typeof(LowLevelKeyboardInputEvent));
                LowLevelKeyboardInputEvent p = (LowLevelKeyboardInputEvent)o;

                var eventArguments = new GlobalKeyboardHookEventArgs(p, (KeyboardState)wparamTyped);

                EventHandler<GlobalKeyboardHookEventArgs> handler = KeyboardPressed;
                handler?.Invoke(this, eventArguments);

                fEatKeyStroke = eventArguments.Handled;
            }

            return fEatKeyStroke ? (IntPtr)1 : CallNextHookEx(IntPtr.Zero, nCode, wParam, lParam);
        }
    }
}

Usage:

using System;
using System.Windows.Forms;

namespace SnagFree.TrayApp.Core
{
    internal class Controller : IDisposable
    {
        private GlobalKeyboardHook _globalKeyboardHook;

        public void SetupKeyboardHooks()
        {
            _globalKeyboardHook = new GlobalKeyboardHook();
            _globalKeyboardHook.KeyboardPressed += OnKeyPressed;
        }

        private void OnKeyPressed(object sender, GlobalKeyboardHookEventArgs e)
        {
            //Debug.WriteLine(e.KeyboardData.VirtualCode);

            if (e.KeyboardData.VirtualCode != GlobalKeyboardHook.VkSnapshot)
                return;

            // seems, not needed in the life.
            //if (e.KeyboardState == GlobalKeyboardHook.KeyboardState.SysKeyDown &&
            //    e.KeyboardData.Flags == GlobalKeyboardHook.LlkhfAltdown)
            //{
            //    MessageBox.Show("Alt + Print Screen");
            //    e.Handled = true;
            //}
            //else

            if (e.KeyboardState == GlobalKeyboardHook.KeyboardState.KeyDown)
            {
                MessageBox.Show("Print Screen");
                e.Handled = true;
            }
        }

        public void Dispose()
        {
            _globalKeyboardHook?.Dispose();
        }
    }
}

Parsing XML with namespace in Python via 'ElementTree'

ElementTree is not too smart about namespaces. You need to give the .find(), findall() and iterfind() methods an explicit namespace dictionary. This is not documented very well:

namespaces = {'owl': 'http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#'} # add more as needed

root.findall('owl:Class', namespaces)

Prefixes are only looked up in the namespaces parameter you pass in. This means you can use any namespace prefix you like; the API splits off the owl: part, looks up the corresponding namespace URL in the namespaces dictionary, then changes the search to look for the XPath expression {http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl}Class instead. You can use the same syntax yourself too of course:

root.findall('{http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#}Class')

If you can switch to the lxml library things are better; that library supports the same ElementTree API, but collects namespaces for you in a .nsmap attribute on elements.

How to redirect to another page using PHP

Just like you used echo to print a webpage. You could use also do the same with redirecting.

print("<script type=\"text/javascript\">location.href=\"urlHere\"</script>")