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How to Remove Array Element and Then Re-Index Array?

Try with:

$foo2 = array_slice($foo, 1);

What is a NullPointerException, and how do I fix it?

A null pointer exception is an indicator that you are using an object without initializing it.

For example, below is a student class which will use it in our code.

public class Student {

    private int id;

    public int getId() {
        return this.id;
    }

    public setId(int newId) {
        this.id = newId;
    }
}

The below code gives you a null pointer exception.

public class School {

    Student student;

    public School() {
        try {
            student.getId();
        }
        catch(Exception e) {
            System.out.println("Null pointer exception");
        }
    }
}

Because you are using student, but you forgot to initialize it like in the correct code shown below:

public class School {

    Student student;

    public School() {
        try {
            student = new Student();
            student.setId(12);
            student.getId();
        }
        catch(Exception e) {
            System.out.println("Null pointer exception");
        }
    }
}

Is ncurses available for windows?

Such a thing probably does not exist "as-is". It doesn't really exist on Linux or other UNIX-like operating systems either though.

ncurses is only a library that helps you manage interactions with the underlying terminal environment. But it doesn't provide a terminal emulator itself.

The thing that actually displays stuff on the screen (which in your requirement is listed as "native resizable win32 windows") is usually called a Terminal Emulator. If you don't like the one that comes with Windows (you aren't alone; no person on Earth does) there are a few alternatives. There is Console, which in my experience works sometimes and appears to just wrap an underlying Windows terminal emulator (I don't know for sure, but I'm guessing, since there is a menu option to actually get access to that underlying terminal emulator, and sure enough an old crusty Windows/DOS box appears which mirrors everything in the Console window).

A better option

Another option, which may be more appealing is puttycyg. It hooks in to Putty (which, coming from a Linux background, is pretty close to what I'm used to, and free) but actually accesses an underlying cygwin instead of the Windows command interpreter (CMD.EXE). So you get all the benefits of Putty's awesome terminal emulator, as well as nice ncurses (and many other) libraries provided by cygwin. Add a couple command line arguments to the Shortcut that launches Putty (or the Batch file) and your app can be automatically launched without going through Putty's UI.

AngularJS : Factory and Service?

Factory and Service is a just wrapper of a provider.

Factory

Factory can return anything which can be a class(constructor function), instance of class, string, number or boolean. If you return a constructor function, you can instantiate in your controller.

 myApp.factory('myFactory', function () {

  // any logic here..

  // Return any thing. Here it is object
  return {
    name: 'Joe'
  }
}

Service

Service does not need to return anything. But you have to assign everything in this variable. Because service will create instance by default and use that as a base object.

myApp.service('myService', function () {

  // any logic here..

  this.name = 'Joe';
}

Actual angularjs code behind the service

function service(name, constructor) {
    return factory(name, ['$injector', function($injector) {
        return $injector.instantiate(constructor);
    }]);
}

It just a wrapper around the factory. If you return something from service, then it will behave like Factory.

IMPORTANT: The return result from Factory and Service will be cache and same will be returned for all controllers.

When should i use them?

Factory is mostly preferable in all cases. It can be used when you have constructor function which needs to be instantiated in different controllers.

Service is a kind of Singleton Object. The Object return from Service will be same for all controller. It can be used when you want to have single object for entire application. Eg: Authenticated user details.

For further understanding, read

http://iffycan.blogspot.in/2013/05/angular-service-or-factory.html

http://viralpatel.net/blogs/angularjs-service-factory-tutorial/

How to record phone calls in android?

The answer of pratt is bit uncomplete, because when you restart your device your app will working stop, recording stop, its become useless.

i m adding some line that copy in your project for complete working of Pratt answer.

<receiver
        android:name=".DeviceAdminDemo"
        android:permission="android.permission.BIND_DEVICE_ADMIN">
        <meta-data
            android:name="android.app.admin"
            android:resource="@xml/device_admin" />

        <intent-filter>
            <action android:name="android.app.action.DEVICE_ADMIN_ENABLED" />
            <action android:name="android.app.action.DEVICE_ADMIN_DISABLED" />
            <action android:name="android.app.action.DEVICE_ADMIN_DISABLE_REQUESTED" />
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.BOOT_COMPLETED" />
            <category android:name="android.intent.category.HOME" />
        </intent-filter>
    </receiver>

put this code in onReceive of DeviceAdminDemo

@Override
public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
    super.onReceive(context, intent);

    context.stopService(new Intent(context, TService.class));
    Intent myIntent = new Intent(context, TService.class);
    context.startService(myIntent);

}

Internet Explorer cache location

If it's been moved you can also (in IE 11, and I'm pretty sure this translates back to at least 10):

  • Tools - Internet Options
  • Under Browsing history click Settings
  • Under Current location it shows the directory name

Note: The View files button will open a Windows Explorer window there.

For example, mine shows C:\BrowserCache\IE\Temporary Internet Files

set font size in jquery

Try:

$("#"+styleTarget).css({ 'font-size': $(this).val() });

By putting the value in quotes, it becomes a string, and "+$(this).val()+"px is definitely not close to a font value. There are a couple of ways of setting the style properties of an element:

Using a map:

$("#elem").css({
    fontSize: 20
});

Using key and value parameters:

All of these are valid.

$("#elem").css("fontSize", 20);
$("#elem").css("fontSize", "20px");
$("#elem").css("font-size", "20");
$("#elem").css("font-size", "20px");

You can replace "fontSize" with "font-size" but it will have to be quoted then.

Java/Groovy - simple date reformatting

oldDate is not in the format of the SimpleDateFormat you are using to parse it.

Try this format: dd-MMM-yyyy - It matches what you're trying to parse.

Is Java RegEx case-insensitive?

You can also match case insensitive regexs and make it more readable by using the Pattern.CASE_INSENSITIVE constant like:

Pattern mypattern = Pattern.compile(MYREGEX, Pattern.CASE_INSENSITIVE);
Matcher mymatcher= mypattern.matcher(mystring);

Is there any way to wait for AJAX response and halt execution?

New, using jquery's promise implementation:

function functABC(){

  // returns a promise that can be used later. 

  return $.ajax({
    url: 'myPage.php',
    data: {id: id}
  });
}


functABC().then( response => 
  console.log(response);
);

Nice read e.g. here.

This is not "synchronous" really, but I think it achieves what the OP intends.

Old, (jquery's async option has since been deprecated):

All Ajax calls can be done either asynchronously (with a callback function, this would be the function specified after the 'success' key) or synchronously - effectively blocking and waiting for the servers answer. To get a synchronous execution you have to specify

async: false 

like described here

Note, however, that in most cases asynchronous execution (via callback on success) is just fine.

Center a popup window on screen?

This hybrid solution worked for me, both on single and dual screen setup

function popupCenter (url, title, w, h) {
    // Fixes dual-screen position                              Most browsers      Firefox
    const dualScreenLeft = window.screenLeft !== undefined ? window.screenLeft : window.screenX;
    const dualScreenTop = window.screenTop !== undefined ? window.screenTop : window.screenY;
    const left = (window.screen.width/2)-(w/2) + dualScreenLeft;
    const top = (window.screen.height/2)-(h/2) + dualScreenTop;
    return window.open(url, title, 'toolbar=no, location=no, directories=no, status=no, menubar=no, scrollbars=no, resizable=no, copyhistory=no, width='+w+', height='+h+', top='+top+', left='+left);
}

jQuery - Add active class and remove active from other element on click

$(document).ready(function() {
    $(".tab").click(function () {
        if(!$(this).hasClass('active'))
        {
            $(".tab.active").removeClass("active");
            $(this).addClass("active");        
        }
    });
});

How do I get the HTTP status code with jQuery?

this is possible with jQuery $.ajax() method

$.ajax(serverUrl, {
   type: OutageViewModel.Id() == 0 ? "POST" : "PUT",
   data: dataToSave,
   statusCode: {
      200: function (response) {
         alert('1');
         AfterSavedAll();
      },
      201: function (response) {
         alert('1');
         AfterSavedAll();
      },
      400: function (response) {
         alert('1');
         bootbox.alert('<span style="color:Red;">Error While Saving Outage Entry Please Check</span>', function () { });
      },
      404: function (response) {
         alert('1');
         bootbox.alert('<span style="color:Red;">Error While Saving Outage Entry Please Check</span>', function () { });
      }
   }, success: function () {
      alert('1');
   },
});

How to get a URL parameter in Express?

Express 4.x

To get a URL parameter's value, use req.params

app.get('/p/:tagId', function(req, res) {
  res.send("tagId is set to " + req.params.tagId);
});

// GET /p/5
// tagId is set to 5

If you want to get a query parameter ?tagId=5, then use req.query

app.get('/p', function(req, res) {
  res.send("tagId is set to " + req.query.tagId);
});

// GET /p?tagId=5
// tagId is set to 5

Express 3.x

URL parameter

app.get('/p/:tagId', function(req, res) {
  res.send("tagId is set to " + req.param("tagId"));
});

// GET /p/5
// tagId is set to 5

Query parameter

app.get('/p', function(req, res) {
  res.send("tagId is set to " + req.query("tagId"));
});

// GET /p?tagId=5
// tagId is set to 5

CSS hexadecimal RGBA?

In Sass we can write:

background-color: rgba(#ff0000, 0.5);

as it was suggested in Hex representation of a color with alpha channel?

select rows in sql with latest date for each ID repeated multiple times

Here's one way. The inner query gets the max date for each id. Then you can join that back to your main table to get the rows that match.

select
*
from
<your table>
inner join 
(select id, max(<date col> as max_date) m
where yourtable.id = m.id
and yourtable.datecolumn = m.max_date)

How can I get (query string) parameters from the URL in Next.js?

Using Next.js 9 or above you can get query parameters:

With router:

import { useRouter } from 'next/router'

const Index = () => {
  const router = useRouter()
  const {id} = router.query

  return(<div>{id}</div>)
}

With getInitialProps:

const Index = ({id}) => {
  return(<div>{id}</div>)
}

Index.getInitialProps = async ({ query }) => {
  const {id} = query

  return {id}
}

How to use "raise" keyword in Python

It has 2 purposes.

yentup has given the first one.

It's used for raising your own errors.

if something:
    raise Exception('My error!')

The second is to reraise the current exception in an exception handler, so that it can be handled further up the call stack.

try:
  generate_exception()
except SomeException as e:
  if not can_handle(e):
    raise
  handle_exception(e)

Get selected value of a dropdown's item using jQuery

$("#dropDownId").val('2');
var SelectedValue= $("#dropDownId option:selected").text();
$(".ParentClass .select-value").html(SelectedValue);


<p class="inline-large-label button-height ParentClass" >
     <label for="large-label-2" class="label">Country <span style="color: Red;">*</span><small></small></label>
     <asp:DropDownList runat="server" ID="dropDownId " CssClass="select" Width="200px">          
    </asp:DropDownList>
</p>

Early exit from function?

exit(); can be use to go for the next validation.

How do I change the text of a span element using JavaScript?

I use Jquery and none of the above helped, I don't know why but this worked:

 $("#span_id").text("new_value");

Angularjs: input[text] ngChange fires while the value is changing

I had exactly the same problem and this worked for me. Add ng-model-update and ng-keyup and you're good to go! Here is the docs

 <input type="text" name="userName"
         ng-model="user.name"
         ng-change="update()"
         ng-model-options="{ updateOn: 'blur' }"
         ng-keyup="cancel($event)" />

TypeLoadException says 'no implementation', but it is implemented

I faced almost same issue. I was scratching my head what is causing this error. I cross checked, all the methods were implemented.

On Googling I got this link among other. Based on @Paul McLink comment, This two steps resolved the issue.

  1. Restart Visual Studio
  2. Clean, Build (Rebuild)

and the error gone.

Restart VS Plugin

Thanks Paul :)

Hope this helps someone who come across this error :)

Get a list of all git commits, including the 'lost' ones

Like @Kieran 's Answer, but for the console: git log --oneline --all --graph --decorate $(git reflog | awk '{print $1}')

How to make sql-mode="NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION" permanent in MySQL my.cnf

On Linux Mint 18 the default config file that has the sql-mode option set is located here :

/usr/my.cnf

And relevant line is:

sql_mode=NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION,STRICT_TRANS_TABLES

So You can set there.

If not sure what config file has such option You can search for it:

$ sudo find / -iname "*my.cnf*"

And get a list:

/var/lib/dpkg/alternatives/my.cnf
/usr/my.cnf
/etc/alternatives/my.cnf
/etc/mysql/my.cnf.fallback
/etc/mysql/my.cnf

How to send an email using PHP?

<?php
include "db_conn.php";//connection file
require "PHPMailerAutoload.php";// it will be in PHPMailer
require "class.smtp.php";// it will be in PHPMailer
require "class.phpmailer.php";// it will be in PHPMailer


$response = array();
$params = json_decode(file_get_contents("php://input"));

if(!empty($params->email_id)){

    $email_id = $params->email_id;
    $flag=false;
    echo "something";
    if(!filter_var($email_id, FILTER_VALIDATE_EMAIL))
    {
        $response['ERROR']='EMAIL address format error'; 
        echo json_encode($response,JSON_UNESCAPED_SLASHES);
        return;
    }
    $sql="SELECT * from sales where email_id ='$email_id' ";

    $result = mysqli_query($conn,$sql);
    $count = mysqli_num_rows($result);

    $to = "[email protected]";
    $subject = "DEMO Subject";
    $messageBody ="demo message .";

    if($count ==0){
        $response["valid"] = false;
        $response["message"] = "User is not registered yet";
        echo json_encode($response);
        return;
    }

    else {

        $mail = new PHPMailer();
        $mail->IsSMTP();
        $mail->SMTPAuth = true; // authentication enabled
        $mail->IsHTML(true); 
        $mail->SMTPSecure = 'ssl';//turn on to send html email
        // $mail->Host = "ssl://smtp.zoho.com";
        $mail->Host = "p3plcpnl0749.prod.phx3.secureserver.net";//you can use gmail 
        $mail->Port = 465;
        $mail->Username = "[email protected]";
        $mail->Password = "demopassword";
        $mail->SetFrom("[email protected]", "Any demo alert");
        $mail->Subject = $subject;

        $mail->Body = $messageBody;
        $mail->AddAddress($to);
        echo "yes";

        if(!$mail->send()) {
           echo "Mailer Error: " . $mail->ErrorInfo;
       } 
       else {
           echo "Message has been sent successfully";
      }
    }

}
else{
    $response["valid"] = false;
    $response["message"] = "Required field(s) missing";
    echo json_encode($response);
}


?>

The above code is working for me.

How can I right-align text in a DataGridView column?

To set align text in dataGridCell you have two ways:

Set the align for a specific cell or set for each cell of row.

For one column go to Columns->DataGridViewCellStyle

or

For each column go to RowDefaultCellStyle

The control panel is the same as the follow:

enter image description here

What is the most "pythonic" way to iterate over a list in chunks?

Modified from the recipes section of Python's itertools docs:

from itertools import zip_longest

def grouper(iterable, n, fillvalue=None):
    args = [iter(iterable)] * n
    return zip_longest(*args, fillvalue=fillvalue)

Example
In pseudocode to keep the example terse.

grouper('ABCDEFG', 3, 'x') --> 'ABC' 'DEF' 'Gxx'

Note: on Python 2 use izip_longest instead of zip_longest.

echo key and value of an array without and with loop

How to echo key and value of an array without and with loop

$keys = array_keys($page);
implode(',',$keys);
echo $keys[0].' is at '.$page['Home'];

How to change MySQL timezone in a database connection using Java?

JDBC uses a so-called "connection URL", so you can escape "+" by "%2B", that is

useTimezone=true&serverTimezone=GMT%2B8

How to break out of the IF statement

You can return only if !something2 or use else return:

public void Method()
{
    if(something)
    {
        //some code
        if(something2)
        {
            //now I should break from ifs and go to te code outside ifs
        }
        if(!something2) // or else
            return;
    }
    // The code i want to go if the second if is true
}

How to square or raise to a power (elementwise) a 2D numpy array?

>>> import numpy
>>> print numpy.power.__doc__

power(x1, x2[, out])

First array elements raised to powers from second array, element-wise.

Raise each base in `x1` to the positionally-corresponding power in
`x2`.  `x1` and `x2` must be broadcastable to the same shape.

Parameters
----------
x1 : array_like
    The bases.
x2 : array_like
    The exponents.

Returns
-------
y : ndarray
    The bases in `x1` raised to the exponents in `x2`.

Examples
--------
Cube each element in a list.

>>> x1 = range(6)
>>> x1
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
>>> np.power(x1, 3)
array([  0,   1,   8,  27,  64, 125])

Raise the bases to different exponents.

>>> x2 = [1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 3.0, 2.0, 1.0]
>>> np.power(x1, x2)
array([  0.,   1.,   8.,  27.,  16.,   5.])

The effect of broadcasting.

>>> x2 = np.array([[1, 2, 3, 3, 2, 1], [1, 2, 3, 3, 2, 1]])
>>> x2
array([[1, 2, 3, 3, 2, 1],
       [1, 2, 3, 3, 2, 1]])
>>> np.power(x1, x2)
array([[ 0,  1,  8, 27, 16,  5],
       [ 0,  1,  8, 27, 16,  5]])
>>>

Precision

As per the discussed observation on numerical precision as per @GarethRees objection in comments:

>>> a = numpy.ones( (3,3), dtype = numpy.float96 ) # yields exact output
>>> a[0,0] = 0.46002700024131926
>>> a
array([[ 0.460027,  1.0,  1.0],
       [ 1.0,  1.0,  1.0],
       [ 1.0,  1.0,  1.0]], dtype=float96)
>>> b = numpy.power( a, 2 )
>>> b
array([[ 0.21162484,  1.0,  1.0],
       [ 1.0,  1.0,  1.0],
       [ 1.0,  1.0,  1.0]], dtype=float96)

>>> a.dtype
dtype('float96')
>>> a[0,0]
0.46002700024131926
>>> b[0,0]
0.21162484095102677

>>> print b[0,0]
0.211624840951
>>> print a[0,0]
0.460027000241

Performance

>>> c    = numpy.random.random( ( 1000, 1000 ) ).astype( numpy.float96 )

>>> import zmq
>>> aClk = zmq.Stopwatch()

>>> aClk.start(), c**2, aClk.stop()
(None, array([[ ...]], dtype=float96), 5663L)                #   5 663 [usec]

>>> aClk.start(), c*c, aClk.stop()
(None, array([[ ...]], dtype=float96), 6395L)                #   6 395 [usec]

>>> aClk.start(), c[:,:]*c[:,:], aClk.stop()
(None, array([[ ...]], dtype=float96), 6930L)                #   6 930 [usec]

>>> aClk.start(), c[:,:]**2, aClk.stop()
(None, array([[ ...]], dtype=float96), 6285L)                #   6 285 [usec]

>>> aClk.start(), numpy.power( c, 2 ), aClk.stop()
(None, array([[ ... ]], dtype=float96), 384515L)             # 384 515 [usec]

What is the syntax for an inner join in LINQ to SQL?

from d1 in DealerContrac join d2 in DealerContrac on d1.dealearid equals d2.dealerid select new {dealercontract.*}

xlsxwriter: is there a way to open an existing worksheet in my workbook?

You can use the workbook.get_worksheet_by_name() feature: https://xlsxwriter.readthedocs.io/workbook.html#get_worksheet_by_name

According to https://xlsxwriter.readthedocs.io/changes.html the feature has been added on May 13, 2016.

"Release 0.8.7 - May 13 2016

-Fix for issue when inserting read-only images on Windows. Issue #352.

-Added get_worksheet_by_name() method to allow the retrieval of a worksheet from a workbook via its name.

-Fixed issue where internal file creation and modification dates were in the local timezone instead of UTC."

Can I call a constructor from another constructor (do constructor chaining) in C++?

C++11: Yes!

C++11 and onwards has this same feature (called delegating constructors).

The syntax is slightly different from C#:

class Foo {
public: 
  Foo(char x, int y) {}
  Foo(int y) : Foo('a', y) {}
};

C++03: No

Unfortunately, there's no way to do this in C++03, but there are two ways of simulating this:

  1. You can combine two (or more) constructors via default parameters:

    class Foo {
    public:
      Foo(char x, int y=0);  // combines two constructors (char) and (char, int)
      // ...
    };
    
  2. Use an init method to share common code:

    class Foo {
    public:
      Foo(char x);
      Foo(char x, int y);
      // ...
    private:
      void init(char x, int y);
    };
    
    Foo::Foo(char x)
    {
      init(x, int(x) + 7);
      // ...
    }
    
    Foo::Foo(char x, int y)
    {
      init(x, y);
      // ...
    }
    
    void Foo::init(char x, int y)
    {
      // ...
    }
    

See the C++FAQ entry for reference.

What's the best way to iterate an Android Cursor?

Below could be the better way:

if (cursor.moveToFirst()) {
   while (!cursor.isAfterLast()) {
         //your code to implement
         cursor.moveToNext();
    }
}
cursor.close();

The above code would insure that it would go through entire iteration and won't escape first and last iteration.

Why does ++[[]][+[]]+[+[]] return the string "10"?

Step by steps of that, + turn value to a number and if you add to an empty array +[]...as it's empty and is equal to 0, it will

So from there, now look into your code, it's ++[[]][+[]]+[+[]]...

And there is plus between them ++[[]][+[]] + [+[]]

So these [+[]] will return [0] as they have an empty array which gets converted to 0 inside the other array...

So as imagine, the first value is a 2-dimensional array with one array inside... so [[]][+[]] will be equal to [[]][0] which will return []...

And at the end ++ convert it and increase it to 1...

So you can imagine, 1 + "0" will be "10"...

Why does return the string “10”?

Blur or dim background when Android PopupWindow active

I've found a solution for this

Create a custom transparent dialog and inside that dialog open the popup window:

dialog = new Dialog(context, android.R.style.Theme_Translucent_NoTitleBar);
emptyDialog = LayoutInflater.from(context).inflate(R.layout.empty, null);

/* blur background*/
WindowManager.LayoutParams lp = dialog.getWindow().getAttributes();  
lp.dimAmount=0.0f;  
dialog.getWindow().setAttributes(lp);  
dialog.getWindow().addFlags(WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_BLUR_BEHIND); 
dialog.setContentView(emptyDialog);
dialog.setCanceledOnTouchOutside(true);
dialog.setOnShowListener(new OnShowListener()
{
    @Override
    public void onShow(DialogInterface dialogIx)
    {
        mQuickAction.show(emptyDialog); //open the PopupWindow here
    }
});
dialog.show();

xml for the dialog(R.layout.empty):

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
     android:layout_height="match_parent" android:layout_width="match_parent"
     style="@android:style/Theme.Translucent.NoTitleBar" />

now you want to dismiss the dialog when Popup window dismisses. so

mQuickAction.setOnDismissListener(new OnDismissListener()
{
    @Override
    public void onDismiss()
    {
        if(dialog!=null)
        {
            dialog.dismiss(); // dismiss the empty dialog when the PopupWindow closes
            dialog = null;
        }
    }
});

Note: I've used NewQuickAction plugin for creating PopupWindow here. It can also be done on native Popup Windows

Getting a slice of keys from a map

For example,

package main

func main() {
    mymap := make(map[int]string)
    keys := make([]int, 0, len(mymap))
    for k := range mymap {
        keys = append(keys, k)
    }
}

To be efficient in Go, it's important to minimize memory allocations.

Deleting all files in a directory with Python

On Linux and macOS you can run simple command to the shell:

subprocess.run('rm /tmp/*.bak', shell=True)

SQL Query with Join, Count and Where

SELECT COUNT(*), table1.category_id, table2.category_name 
FROM table1 
INNER JOIN table2 ON table1.category_id=table2.category_id 
WHERE table1.colour <> 'red'
GROUP BY table1.category_id, table2.category_name 

How to insert tab character when expandtab option is on in Vim

You can use <CTRL-V><Tab> in "insert mode". In insert mode, <CTRL-V> inserts a literal copy of your next character.

If you need to do this often, @Dee`Kej suggested (in the comments) setting Shift+Tab to insert a real tab with this mapping:

:inoremap <S-Tab> <C-V><Tab>

Also, as noted by @feedbackloop, on Windows you may need to press <CTRL-Q> rather than <CTRL-V>.

What's the best way to share data between activities?

And if you wanna work with data object, this two implements very important:

Serializable vs Parcelable

  • Serializable is a marker interface, which implies the user cannot marshal the data according to their requirements. So when object implements Serializable Java will automatically serialize it.
  • Parcelable is android own serialization protocol. In Parcelable, developers write custom code for marshaling and unmarshaling. So it creates less garbage objects in comparison to Serialization
  • The performance of Parcelable is very high when comparing to Serializable because of its custom implementation It is highly recommended to use Parcelable implantation when serializing objects in android.

public class User implements Parcelable

check more in here

Parsing XML in Python using ElementTree example

If I understand your question correctly:

for elem in doc.findall('timeSeries/values/value'):
    print elem.get('dateTime'), elem.text

or if you prefer (and if there is only one occurrence of timeSeries/values:

values = doc.find('timeSeries/values')
for value in values:
    print value.get('dateTime'), elem.text

The findall() method returns a list of all matching elements, whereas find() returns only the first matching element. The first example loops over all the found elements, the second loops over the child elements of the values element, in this case leading to the same result.

I don't see where the problem with not finding timeSeries comes from however. Maybe you just forgot the getroot() call? (note that you don't really need it because you can work from the elementtree itself too, if you change the path expression to for example /timeSeriesResponse/timeSeries/values or //timeSeries/values)

unable to set private key file: './cert.pem' type PEM

I faced this issue when I had used Open SSL and the solution was to split the cert in 3 files and use all of them doing the call with Curl:

openssl pkcs12 -in mycert.p12 -out ca.pem -cacerts -nokeys
openssl pkcs12 -in mycert.p12 -out client.pem -clcerts -nokeys 
openssl pkcs12 -in mycert.p12 -out key.pem -nocerts

curl --insecure --key key.pem --cacert ca.pem --cert client.pem:KeyChoosenByMeWhenIrunOpenSSL https://thesite

How to tell if tensorflow is using gpu acceleration from inside python shell?

No, I don't think "open CUDA library" is enough to tell, because different nodes of the graph may be on different devices.

To find out which device is used, you can enable log device placement like this:

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

Check your console for this type of output.

Multiple "style" attributes in a "span" tag: what's supposed to happen?

In HTML, SGML and XML, (1) attributes cannot be repeated, and should only be defined in an element once.

So your example:

<span style="color:blue" style="font-style:italic">Test</span>

is non-conformant to the HTML standard, and will result in undefined behaviour, which explains why different browsers are rendering it differently.


Since there is no defined way to interpret this, browsers can interpret it however they want and merge them, or ignore them as they wish.

(1): Every article I can find states that attributes are "key/value" pairs or "attribute-value" pairs, heavily implying the keys must be unique. The best source I can find states:

Attribute names (id and status in this example) are subject to the same restrictions as other names in XML; they need not be unique across the whole DTD, however, but only within the list of attributes for a given element. (Emphasis mine.)

How to publish a website made by Node.js to Github Pages?

It's very simple steps to push your node js application from local to GitHub.

Steps:

  1. First create a new repository on GitHub
  2. Open Git CMD installed to your system (Install GitHub Desktop)
  3. Clone the repository to your system with the command: git clone repo-url
  4. Now copy all your application files to this cloned library if it's not there
  5. Get everything ready to commit: git add -A
  6. Commit the tracked changes and prepares them to be pushed to a remote repository: git commit -a -m "First Commit"
  7. Push the changes in your local repository to GitHub: git push origin master

How to check not in array element

Simply

$os = array("Mac", "NT", "Irix", "Linux");
if (!in_array("BB", $os)) {
    echo "BB is not found";
}

Count number of columns in a table row

If the colspan or rowspan is all set to 1, counting the children tds will give the correct answer. However, if there are spans, we cannot count the number of columns exactly, even by the maximum number of tds of the rows. Consider the following example:

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var mytable = document.getElementById('table')_x000D_
for (var i=0; i < mytable.rows.length; ++i) {_x000D_
 document.write(mytable.rows[i].cells.length + "<br>");_x000D_
}
_x000D_
table, th, td {_x000D_
  border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
  border-collapse: collapse;_x000D_
  padding: 3px;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<table id="table">_x000D_
    <thead>_x000D_
        <tr>_x000D_
            <th colspan="2">Header</th>_x000D_
            <th rowspan="2">Hi</th>_x000D_
        </tr>_x000D_
        <tr>_x000D_
            <th>Month</th>_x000D_
            <th>Savings</th>_x000D_
        </tr>_x000D_
    </thead>_x000D_
    <tbody>_x000D_
        <tr>_x000D_
            <td colspan="2">hello</td>_x000D_
            <td>world</td>_x000D_
        </tr>_x000D_
        <tr>_x000D_
            <td>hello</td>_x000D_
            <td colspan="2">again</td>_x000D_
        </tr>_x000D_
    </tbody>_x000D_
</table>
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How should I use try-with-resources with JDBC?

As others have stated, your code is basically correct though the outer try is unneeded. Here are a few more thoughts.

DataSource

Other answers here are correct and good, such the accepted Answer by bpgergo. But none of the show the use of DataSource, commonly recommended over use of DriverManager in modern Java.

So for the sake of completeness, here is a complete example that fetches the current date from the database server. The database used here is Postgres. Any other database would work similarly. You would replace the use of org.postgresql.ds.PGSimpleDataSource with an implementation of DataSource appropriate to your database. An implementation is likely provided by your particular driver, or connection pool if you go that route.

A DataSource implementation need not be closed, because it is never “opened”. A DataSource is not a resource, is not connected to the database, so it is not holding networking connections nor resources on the database server. A DataSource is simply information needed when making a connection to the database, with the database server's network name or address, the user name, user password, and various options you want specified when a connection is eventually made. So your DataSource implementation object does not go inside your try-with-resources parentheses.

Nested try-with-resources

Your code makes proper used of nested try-with-resources statements.

Notice in the example code below that we also use the try-with-resources syntax twice, one nested inside the other. The outer try defines two resources: Connection and PreparedStatement. The inner try defines the ResultSet resource. This is a common code structure.

If an exception is thrown from the inner one, and not caught there, the ResultSet resource will automatically be closed (if it exists, is not null). Following that, the PreparedStatement will be closed, and lastly the Connection is closed. Resources are automatically closed in reverse order in which they were declared within the try-with-resource statements.

The example code here is overly simplistic. As written, it could be executed with a single try-with-resources statement. But in a real work you will likely be doing more work between the nested pair of try calls. For example, you may be extracting values from your user-interface or a POJO, and then passing those to fulfill ? placeholders within your SQL via calls to PreparedStatement::set… methods.

Syntax notes

Trailing semicolon

Notice that the semicolon trailing the last resource statement within the parentheses of the try-with-resources is optional. I include it in my own work for two reasons: Consistency and it looks complete, and it makes copy-pasting a mix of lines easier without having to worry about end-of-line semicolons. Your IDE may flag the last semicolon as superfluous, but there is no harm in leaving it.

Java 9 – Use existing vars in try-with-resources

New in Java 9 is an enhancement to try-with-resources syntax. We can now declare and populate the resources outside the parentheses of the try statement. I have not yet found this useful for JDBC resources, but keep it in mind in your own work.

ResultSet should close itself, but may not

In an ideal world the ResultSet would close itself as the documentation promises:

A ResultSet object is automatically closed when the Statement object that generated it is closed, re-executed, or used to retrieve the next result from a sequence of multiple results.

Unfortunately, in the past some JDBC drivers infamously failed to fulfill this promise. As a result, many JDBC programmers learned to explicitly close all their JDBC resources including Connection, PreparedStatement, and ResultSet too. The modern try-with-resources syntax has made doing so easier, and with more compact code. Notice that the Java team went to the bother of marking ResultSet as AutoCloseable, and I suggest we make use of that. Using a try-with-resources around all your JDBC resources makes your code more self-documenting as to your intentions.

Code example

package work.basil.example;

import java.sql.Connection;
import java.sql.PreparedStatement;
import java.sql.ResultSet;
import java.sql.SQLException;
import java.time.LocalDate;
import java.util.Objects;

public class App
{
    public static void main ( String[] args )
    {
        App app = new App();
        app.doIt();
    }

    private void doIt ( )
    {
        System.out.println( "Hello World!" );

        org.postgresql.ds.PGSimpleDataSource dataSource = new org.postgresql.ds.PGSimpleDataSource();

        dataSource.setServerName( "1.2.3.4" );
        dataSource.setPortNumber( 5432 );

        dataSource.setDatabaseName( "example_db_" );
        dataSource.setUser( "scott" );
        dataSource.setPassword( "tiger" );

        dataSource.setApplicationName( "ExampleApp" );

        System.out.println( "INFO - Attempting to connect to database: " );
        if ( Objects.nonNull( dataSource ) )
        {
            String sql = "SELECT CURRENT_DATE ;";
            try (
                    Connection conn = dataSource.getConnection() ;
                    PreparedStatement ps = conn.prepareStatement( sql ) ;
            )
            {
                … make `PreparedStatement::set…` calls here.
                try (
                        ResultSet rs = ps.executeQuery() ;
                )
                {
                    if ( rs.next() )
                    {
                        LocalDate ld = rs.getObject( 1 , LocalDate.class );
                        System.out.println( "INFO - date is " + ld );
                    }
                }
            }
            catch ( SQLException e )
            {
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }

        System.out.println( "INFO - all done." );
    }
}

AVD Manager - Cannot Create Android Virtual Device

You need to open up your SDK Manager and make sure everything is installed, especially System Image. After that will be alright!

read complete file without using loop in java

Java 7 one line solution

List<String> lines = Files.readAllLines(Paths.get("file"), StandardCharsets.UTF_8);

or

 String text = new String(Files.readAllBytes(Paths.get("file")), StandardCharsets.UTF_8);

Why is it common to put CSRF prevention tokens in cookies?

Using a cookie to provide the CSRF token to the client does not allow a successful attack because the attacker cannot read the value of the cookie and therefore cannot put it where the server-side CSRF validation requires it to be.

The attacker will be able to cause a request to the server with both the auth token cookie and the CSRF cookie in the request headers. But the server is not looking for the CSRF token as a cookie in the request headers, it's looking in the payload of the request. And even if the attacker knows where to put the CSRF token in the payload, they would have to read its value to put it there. But the browser's cross-origin policy prevents reading any cookie value from the target website.

The same logic does not apply to the auth token cookie, because the server is expects it in the request headers and the attacker does not have to do anything special to put it there.

Get first row of dataframe in Python Pandas based on criteria

you can take care of the first 3 items with slicing and head:

  1. df[df.A>=4].head(1)
  2. df[(df.A>=4)&(df.B>=3)].head(1)
  3. df[(df.A>=4)&((df.B>=3) * (df.C>=2))].head(1)

The condition in case nothing comes back you can handle with a try or an if...

try:
    output = df[df.A>=6].head(1)
    assert len(output) == 1
except: 
    output = df.sort_values('A',ascending=False).head(1)

How to read the value of a private field from a different class in Java?

In order to access private fields, you need to get them from the class's declared fields and then make them accessible:

Field f = obj.getClass().getDeclaredField("stuffIWant"); //NoSuchFieldException
f.setAccessible(true);
Hashtable iWantThis = (Hashtable) f.get(obj); //IllegalAccessException

EDIT: as has been commented by aperkins, both accessing the field, setting it as accessible and retrieving the value can throw Exceptions, although the only checked exceptions you need to be mindful of are commented above.

The NoSuchFieldException would be thrown if you asked for a field by a name which did not correspond to a declared field.

obj.getClass().getDeclaredField("misspelled"); //will throw NoSuchFieldException

The IllegalAccessException would be thrown if the field was not accessible (for example, if it is private and has not been made accessible via missing out the f.setAccessible(true) line.

The RuntimeExceptions which may be thrown are either SecurityExceptions (if the JVM's SecurityManager will not allow you to change a field's accessibility), or IllegalArgumentExceptions, if you try and access the field on an object not of the field's class's type:

f.get("BOB"); //will throw IllegalArgumentException, as String is of the wrong type

How do I update a GitHub forked repository?

rm -rf oldrepository
git clone ...

There may be subtler options, but it is the only way that I have any confidence that my local repository is the same as upstream.

Pandas dataframe fillna() only some columns in place

Here's how you can do it all in one line:

df[['a', 'b']].fillna(value=0, inplace=True)

Breakdown: df[['a', 'b']] selects the columns you want to fill NaN values for, value=0 tells it to fill NaNs with zero, and inplace=True will make the changes permanent, without having to make a copy of the object.

Script to Change Row Color when a cell changes text

//Sets the row color depending on the value in the "Status" column.
function setRowColors() {
  var range = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getDataRange();
  var statusColumnOffset = getStatusColumnOffset();

  for (var i = range.getRow(); i < range.getLastRow(); i++) {
    rowRange = range.offset(i, 0, 1);
    status = rowRange.offset(0, statusColumnOffset).getValue();
    if (status == 'Completed') {
      rowRange.setBackgroundColor("#99CC99");
    } else if (status == 'In Progress') {
      rowRange.setBackgroundColor("#FFDD88");    
    } else if (status == 'Not Started') {
      rowRange.setBackgroundColor("#CC6666");          
    }
  }
}

//Returns the offset value of the column titled "Status"
//(eg, if the 7th column is labeled "Status", this function returns 6)
function getStatusColumnOffset() {
  lastColumn = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getLastColumn();
  var range = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet().getRange(1,1,1,lastColumn);

  for (var i = 0; i < range.getLastColumn(); i++) {
    if (range.offset(0, i, 1, 1).getValue() == "Status") {
      return i;
    } 
  }
}

How to check if mod_rewrite is enabled in php?

If you're using mod_php, you can use apache_get_modules(). This will return an array of all enabled modules, so to check if mod_rewrite is enabled, you could simply do

in_array('mod_rewrite', apache_get_modules());

Unfortunately, you're most likely trying to do this with CGI, which makes it a little bit more difficult.

You can test it using the following, though

strpos(shell_exec('/usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl -l'), 'mod_rewrite') !== false

If the above condition evaluates to true, then mod_write is enabled.

How do I get the IP address into a batch-file variable?

try something like this

echo "yours ip addresses are:"
ifconfig | grep "inet addr" | cut -d':' -f2 | cut -d' ' -f1

linux like systems

Run ScrollTop with offset of element by ID

var top = ($(".apps_intro_wrapper_inner").offset() || { "top": NaN }).top;   
if (!isNaN(top)) {
$("#app_scroler").click(function () {   
$('html, body').animate({
            scrollTop: top
        }, 100);
    });
}

if you want to scroll a little above or below from specific div that add value to the top like this.....like I add 800

var top = ($(".apps_intro_wrapper_inner").offset() || { "top": NaN }).top + 800;

newline character in c# string

A great way of handling this is with regular expressions.

string modifiedString = Regex.Replace(originalString, @"(\r\n)|\n|\r", "<br/>");


This will replace any of the 3 legal types of newline with the html tag.

How do I sort a two-dimensional (rectangular) array in C#?

So your array is structured like this (I'm gonna talk in pseudocode because my C#-fu is weak, but I hope you get the gist of what I'm saying)

string values[rows][columns]

So value[1][3] is the value at row 1, column 3.

You want to sort by column, so the problem is that your array is off by 90 degrees.

As a first cut, could you just rotate it?

std::string values_by_column[columns][rows];

for (int i = 0; i < rows; i++)
  for (int j = 0; j < columns; j++)
    values_by_column[column][row] = values[row][column]

sort_array(values_by_column[column])

for (int i = 0; i < rows; i++)
  for (int j = 0; j < columns; j++)
    values[row][column] = values_by_column[column][row]

If you know you only want to sort one column at a time, you could optimize this a lot by just extracting the data you want to sort:

  string values_to_sort[rows]
  for (int i = 0; i < rows; i++)
    values_to_sort[i] = values[i][column_to_sort]

  sort_array(values_to_sort)

  for (int i = 0; i < rows; i++)
    values[i][column_to_sort] = values_to_sort[i]

In C++ you could play tricks with how to calculate offsets into the array (since you could treat your two-dimensional array as a one-d array) but I'm not sure how to do that in c#.

SQL Server - NOT IN

It's because of the way NOT IN works.

To avoid these headaches (and for a faster query in many cases), I always prefer NOT EXISTS:

SELECT  *  
FROM Table1 t1 
WHERE NOT EXISTS (
    SELECT * 
    FROM Table2 t2 
    WHERE t1.MAKE = t2.MAKE
    AND   t1.MODEL = t2.MODEL
    AND   t1.[Serial Number] = t2.[serial number]);

Using JQuery to open a popup window and print

Are you sure you can't alter the HTML in the popup window?

If you can, add a <script> tag at the end of the popup's HTML, and call window.print() inside it. Then it won't be called until the HTML has loaded.

Postgres password authentication fails

Assuming, that you have root access on the box you can do:

sudo -u postgres psql

If that fails with a database "postgres" does not exists this block.

sudo -u postgres psql template1

Then sudo nano /etc/postgresql/11/main/pg_hba.conf file

local   all         postgres                          ident

For newer versions of PostgreSQL ident actually might be peer.

Inside the psql shell you can give the DB user postgres a password:

ALTER USER postgres PASSWORD 'newPassword';

How to set focus on a view when a layout is created and displayed?

None of the answers above works for me. The only (let's say) solution has been to change the first TextView in a disabled EditText that receives focus and then add

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

in the onCreate callback to prevent keyboard to be shown. Now my first EditText looks like a TextView but can get the initial focus, finally.

Email and phone Number Validation in android

Try this

public class Validation {

    public final static boolean isValidEmail(CharSequence target) {
        if (target == null) {
        return false;
        } else {
        return android.util.Patterns.EMAIL_ADDRESS.matcher(target).matches();
        }
    } 

    public static final boolean isValidPhoneNumber(CharSequence target) {
        if (target.length()!=10) {
            return false;
        } else {
            return android.util.Patterns.PHONE.matcher(target).matches();
        }
    }

}

How can I extract all values from a dictionary in Python?

If you want all of the values, use this:

dict_name_goes_here.values()

If you want all of the keys, use this:

dict_name_goes_here.keys()

IF you want all of the items (both keys and values), I would use this:

dict_name_goes_here.items()

How do I calculate the percentage of a number?

$percentage = 50;
$totalWidth = 350;

$new_width = ($percentage / 100) * $totalWidth;

Remove duplicates from a dataframe in PySpark

It is not an import problem. You simply call .dropDuplicates() on a wrong object. While class of sqlContext.createDataFrame(rdd1, ...) is pyspark.sql.dataframe.DataFrame, after you apply .collect() it is a plain Python list, and lists don't provide dropDuplicates method. What you want is something like this:

 (df1 = sqlContext
     .createDataFrame(rdd1, ['column1', 'column2', 'column3', 'column4'])
     .dropDuplicates())

 df1.collect()

How to get current route

Angular RC4:

You can import Router from @angular/router

Then inject it:

constructor(private router: Router ) {

}

Then call it's URL parameter:

console.log(this.router.url); //  /routename

Multiple values in single-value context

In case of a multi-value return function you can't refer to fields or methods of a specific value of the result when calling the function.

And if one of them is an error, it's there for a reason (which is the function might fail) and you should not bypass it because if you do, your subsequent code might also fail miserably (e.g. resulting in runtime panic).

However there might be situations where you know the code will not fail in any circumstances. In these cases you can provide a helper function (or method) which will discard the error (or raise a runtime panic if it still occurs).
This can be the case if you provide the input values for a function from code, and you know they work.
Great examples of this are the template and regexp packages: if you provide a valid template or regexp at compile time, you can be sure they can always be parsed without errors at runtime. For this reason the template package provides the Must(t *Template, err error) *Template function and the regexp package provides the MustCompile(str string) *Regexp function: they don't return errors because their intended use is where the input is guaranteed to be valid.

Examples:

// "text" is a valid template, parsing it will not fail
var t = template.Must(template.New("name").Parse("text"))

// `^[a-z]+\[[0-9]+\]$` is a valid regexp, always compiles
var validID = regexp.MustCompile(`^[a-z]+\[[0-9]+\]$`)

Back to your case

IF you can be certain Get() will not produce error for certain input values, you can create a helper Must() function which would not return the error but raise a runtime panic if it still occurs:

func Must(i Item, err error) Item {
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }
    return i
}

But you should not use this in all cases, just when you're sure it succeeds. Usage:

val := Must(Get(1)).Value

Alternative / Simplification

You can even simplify it further if you incorporate the Get() call into your helper function, let's call it MustGet:

func MustGet(value int) Item {
    i, err := Get(value)
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }
    return i
}

Usage:

val := MustGet(1).Value

See some interesting / related questions:

how to parse multiple returns in golang

Return map like 'ok' in Golang on normal functions

Chrome ignores autocomplete="off"

You can use below concept to implement AutoComplete='false' for chrome as well as others browser.

<input style="opacity: 0; position: absolute; z-index: -1;" name="email">
<input type="search" name="email" class="form-control" autocomplete="new-email" id="email">

How can I dynamically add a directive in AngularJS?

function addAttr(scope, el, attrName, attrValue) {
  el.replaceWith($compile(el.clone().attr(attrName, attrValue))(scope));
}

Disable PHP in directory (including all sub-directories) with .htaccess

If you're using mod_php, you could put (either in a .htaccess in /USERS or in your httpd.conf for the USERS directory)

RemoveHandler .php

or

RemoveType .php

(depending on whether PHP is enabled using AddHandler or AddType)

PHP files run from another directory will be still able to include files in /USERS (assuming that there is no open_basedir restriction), because this does not go through Apache. If a php file is accessed using apache it will be serverd as plain text.

Edit

Lance Rushing's solution of just denying access to the files is probably better

React.js: Wrapping one component into another

In addition to Sophie's answer, I also have found a use in sending in child component types, doing something like this:

var ListView = React.createClass({
    render: function() {
        var items = this.props.data.map(function(item) {
            return this.props.delegate({data:item});
        }.bind(this));
        return <ul>{items}</ul>;
    }
});

var ItemDelegate = React.createClass({
    render: function() {
        return <li>{this.props.data}</li>
    }
});

var Wrapper = React.createClass({    
    render: function() {
        return <ListView delegate={ItemDelegate} data={someListOfData} />
    }
});

syntax error when using command line in python

Looks like your problem is that you are trying to run python test.py from within the Python interpreter, which is why you're seeing that traceback.

Make sure you're out of the interpreter, then run the python test.py command from bash or command prompt or whatever.

Converting string to double in C#

You can try this example out. A simple C# progaram to convert string to double

class Calculations{

protected double length;
protected double height;
protected double width;

public void get_data(){

this.length = Convert.ToDouble(Console.ReadLine());
this.width  = Convert.ToDouble(Console.ReadLine());
this.height = Convert.ToDouble(Console.ReadLine());

   }
}

How do I get the backtrace for all the threads in GDB?

Generally, the backtrace is used to get the stack of the current thread, but if there is a necessity to get the stack trace of all the threads, use the following command.

thread apply all bt

How to get milliseconds from LocalDateTime in Java 8

If you have a Java 8 Clock, then you can use clock.millis() (although it recommends you use clock.instant() to get a Java 8 Instant, as it's more accurate).

Why would you use a Java 8 clock? So in your DI framework you can create a Clock bean:

@Bean
public Clock getClock() {
    return Clock.systemUTC();
}

and then in your tests you can easily Mock it:

@MockBean private Clock clock;

or you can have a different bean:

@Bean
public Clock getClock() {
    return Clock.fixed(instant, zone);
}

which helps with tests that assert dates and times immeasurably.

How to get integer values from a string in Python?

An answer taken from ChristopheD here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/2500023/1225603

r = "456results string789"
s = ''.join(x for x in r if x.isdigit())
print int(s)
456789

Spring: Returning empty HTTP Responses with ResponseEntity<Void> doesn't work

For Spring 5.2+ this works for me:

@PostMapping("/foo")
ResponseEntity<Void> foo(@PathVariable UUID fooId) {
    return fooService.findExam(fooId)
            .map(uri -> ResponseEntity.noContent().<Void>build())
            .orElse(ResponseEntity.notFound().build());
}

jQuery Event : Detect changes to the html/text of a div

If you don't want use timer and check innerHTML you can try this event

$('mydiv').bind('DOMSubtreeModified', function(){
  console.log('changed');
});

More details and browser support datas are Here.

Attention: in newer jQuery versions bind() is deprecated, so you should use on() instead:

$('body').on('DOMSubtreeModified', 'mydiv', function(){
  console.log('changed');
});

JPA Query.getResultList() - use in a generic way

Here is the sample on what worked for me. I think that put method is needed in entity class to map sql columns to java class attributes.

    //simpleExample
    Query query = em.createNativeQuery(
"SELECT u.name,s.something FROM user u,  someTable s WHERE s.user_id = u.id", 
NameSomething.class);
    List list = (List<NameSomething.class>) query.getResultList();

Entity class:

    @Entity
    public class NameSomething {

        @Id
        private String name;

        private String something;

        // getters/setters



        /**
         * Generic put method to map JPA native Query to this object.
         *
         * @param column
         * @param value
         */
        public void put(Object column, Object value) {
            if (((String) column).equals("name")) {
                setName(String) value);
            } else if (((String) column).equals("something")) {
                setSomething((String) value);
            }
        }
    }

Error: 'int' object is not subscriptable - Python

'int' object is not subscriptable is TypeError in Python. To better understand how this error occurs, let us consider the following example:

list1 = [1, 2, 3]
print(list1[0][0])

If we run the code, you will receive the same TypeError in Python3.

TypeError: 'int' object is not subscriptable

Here the index of the list is out of range. If the code was modified to:

print(list1[0])

The output will be 1(as indexing in Python Lists starts at zero), as now the index of the list is in range.

1

When the code(given alongside the question) is run, the TypeError occurs and it points to line 4 of the code :

int([x[age1]])

The intention may have been to create a list of an integer number(although creating a list for a single number was not at all required). What was required was that to just assign the input(which in turn converted to integer) to a variable.

Hence, it's better to code this way:

name = input("What's your name? ")
age = int(input('How old are you? '))
twenty_one = 21 - age
if(twenty_one < 0):
    print('Hi {0}, you are above 21 years' .format(name))
elif(twenty_one == 0):
    print('Hi {0}, you are 21 years old' .format(name))
else:
    print('Hi {0}, you will be 21 years in {1} year(s)' .format(name, twenty_one))

The output:

What's your name? Steve
How old are you? 21
Hi Steve, you are 21 years old

Validating parameters to a Bash script

one liner Bash argument validation, with and without directory validation

Here are some methods that have worked for me. You can use them in either the global script namespace (if in the global namespace, you can't reference the function builtin variables)

quick and dirty one liner

: ${1?' You forgot to supply a directory name'}

output:

./my_script: line 279: 1: You forgot to supply a directory name

Fancier - supply function name and usage

${1? ERROR Function: ${FUNCNAME[0]}() Usage: " ${FUNCNAME[0]} directory_name"}

output:

./my_script: line 288: 1:  ERROR Function: deleteFolders() Usage:  deleteFolders directory_name

Add complex validation logic without cluttering your current function

Add the following line within the function or script that receives the argument.

: ${1?'forgot to supply a directory name'} && validate $1 || die 'Please supply a valid directory'

You can then create a validation function that does something like

validate() {

    #validate input and  & return 1 if failed, 0 if succeed
    if [[ ! -d "$1" ]]; then
        return 1
    fi
}

and a die function that aborts the script on failure

die() { echo "$*" 1>&2 ; exit 1; }

For additional arguments, just add an additional line, replicating the format.

: ${1?' You forgot to supply the first argument'}
: ${2?' You forgot to supply the second argument'}

How to change a string into uppercase

to make the string upper case -- just simply type

s.upper()

simple and easy! you can do the same to make it lower too

s.lower()

etc.

How to select option in drop down protractorjs e2e tests

----------
element.all(by.id('locregion')).then(function(Item)
{
 // Item[x] = > // x is [0,1,2,3]element you want to click
  Item[0].click(); //first item

  Item[3].click();     // fourth item
  expect(Item[0].getText()).toEqual('Ranjans Mobile Testing')


});

Swift Open Link in Safari

In Swift 1.2:

@IBAction func openLink {    
    let pth = "http://www.google.com"
    if let url = NSURL(string: pth){
        UIApplication.sharedApplication().openURL(url)
}

AngularJS open modal on button click

Hope this will help you .

Here is Html code:-

    <body>
    <div ng-controller="MyController" class="container">
      <h1>Modal example</h1>
      <button ng-click="open()" class="btn btn-primary">Test Modal</button>

      <modal title="Login form" visible="showModal">
        <form role="form">

        </form>
      </modal>
    </div>
</body>

AngularJs code:-

var mymodal = angular.module('mymodal', []);

mymodal.controller('MyController', function ($scope) {
    $scope.showModal = false;
    $scope.open = function(){
    $scope.showModal = !$scope.showModal;
    };
  });

mymodal.directive('modal', function () {
    return {
      template: '<div class="modal fade">' + 
          '<div class="modal-dialog">' + 
            '<div class="modal-content">' + 
              '<div class="modal-header">' + 
                '<button type="button" class="close" data-dismiss="modal" aria-hidden="true">&times;</button>' + 
                '<h4 class="modal-title">{{ title }}</h4>' + 
              '</div>' + 
              '<div class="modal-body" ng-transclude></div>' + 
            '</div>' + 
          '</div>' + 
        '</div>',
      restrict: 'E',
      transclude: true,
      replace:true,
      scope:true,
      link: function postLink(scope, element, attrs) {
        scope.title = attrs.title;

        scope.$watch(attrs.visible, function(value){
          if(value == true)
            $(element).modal('show');
          else
            $(element).modal('hide');
        });

        $(element).on('shown.bs.modal', function(){
          scope.$apply(function(){
            scope.$parent[attrs.visible] = true;
          });
        });

        $(element).on('hidden.bs.modal', function(){
          scope.$apply(function(){
            scope.$parent[attrs.visible] = false;
          });
        });
      }
    };
  });

Check this--jsfiddle

Error message "Unable to install or run the application. The application requires stdole Version 7.0.3300.0 in the GAC"

To H2oRider -- does your application access the Oracle dll in the GAC? What I recommend you do is this: Add the dll to your project and set the build action to "content" and set "copy to output directory" to "copy always".

Then delete your reference(s) to the dll in the GAC. Re-add the reference, but this time drill down to the one you just added to your project.

Now publish it. The application will look for the dll locally, and the dll is included in the deployment so it will find it.

If this doesn't work, then it might be that you can not use that dll if included locally rather than in the GAC. This is true of some assemblies, like the Office PIAs. In that case, the only way to deploy it is to wrap it in a setup & deployment package and use the Bootstrapper Manifest Generator to turn it into a prerequisite you can publish with ClickOnce deployment.

Escape dot in a regex range

If you using JavaScript to test your Regex, try \\. instead of \..

It acts on the same way because JS remove first backslash.

HTML: How to limit file upload to be only images?

This is what I have been using successfully:

...
<div class="custom-file">
    <input type="file" class="custom-file-input image-gallery" id="image-gallery" name="image-gallery[]" multiple accept="image/*">
   <label class="custom-file-label" for="image-gallery">Upload Image(s)</label>
</div>
...

It is always a good idea to check for the actual file type on the server-side as well.

What are abstract classes and abstract methods?

- Abstract class is one which can't be instantiated, i.e. its object cannot be created.

- Abstract method are method's declaration without its definition.

- A Non-abstract class can only have Non-abstract methods.

- An Abstract class can have both the Non-abstract as well as Abstract methods.

- If the Class has an Abstract method then the class must also be Abstract.

- An Abstract method must be implemented by the very first Non-Abstract sub-class.

- Abstract class in Design patterns are used to encapsulate the behaviors that keeps changing.

Node.js/Express.js App Only Works on Port 3000

In bin/www, there is a line:

var port = normalizePort(process.env.PORT || '3000');

Try to modify it.

How to get Node.JS Express to listen only on localhost?

Thanks for the info, think I see the problem. This is a bug in hive-go that only shows up when you add a host. The last lines of it are:

app.listen(3001);
console.log("... port %d in %s mode", app.address().port, app.settings.env);

When you add the host on the first line, it is crashing when it calls app.address().port.

The problem is the potentially asynchronous nature of .listen(). Really it should be doing that console.log call inside a callback passed to listen. When you add the host, it tries to do a DNS lookup, which is async. So when that line tries to fetch the address, there isn't one yet because the DNS request is running, so it crashes.

Try this:

app.listen(3001, 'localhost', function() {
  console.log("... port %d in %s mode", app.address().port, app.settings.env);
});

Display Two <div>s Side-by-Side

Try to Use Flex as that is the new standard of html5.

http://jsfiddle.net/maxspan/1b431hxm/

<div id="row1">
    <div id="column1">I am column one</div>
    <div id="column2">I am column two</div>
</div>

#row1{
    display:flex;
    flex-direction:row;
justify-content: space-around;
}

#column1{
    display:flex;
    flex-direction:column;

}


#column2{
    display:flex;
    flex-direction:column;
}

How to create a responsive image that also scales up in Bootstrap 3

Try to do so:

1) In your index.html

<div class="col-lg-3 col-md-4 col-xs-6 thumb">
  <a class="thumbnail" href="#">
    <div class="ratio" style="background-image:url('../Images/img1.jpg')"></div>
  </a>
</div>

2) In your style.css

.ratio {
  position:relative;
  width: 100%;
  height: 0;
  padding-bottom: 50%; 
  background-repeat: no-repeat;
  background-position: center center;
  background-size: cover;  
}

Understanding colors on Android (six characters)

An 8-digit hex color value is a representation of ARGB (Alpha, Red, Green, Blue), whereas a 6-digit value just assumes 100% opacity (fully opaque) and defines just the RGB values. So to make this be fully opaque, you can either use #FF555555, or just #555555. Each 2-digit hex value is one byte, representing values from 0-255.

Why an abstract class implementing an interface can miss the declaration/implementation of one of the interface's methods?

Perfectly fine.
You can't instantiate abstract classes.. but abstract classes can be used to house common implementations for m1() and m3().
So if m2() implementation is different for each implementation but m1 and m3 are not. You could create different concrete IAnything implementations with just the different m2 implementation and derive from AbstractThing -- honoring the DRY principle. Validating if the interface is completely implemented for an abstract class is futile..

Update: Interestingly, I find that C# enforces this as a compile error. You are forced to copy the method signatures and prefix them with 'abstract public' in the abstract base class in this scenario.. (something new everyday:)

How to logout and redirect to login page using Laravel 5.4?

Best way for Laravel 5.8

100% worked

Add this function inside your Auth\LoginController.php

use Illuminate\Http\Request;

And also add this

public function logout(Request $request)
{
    $this->guard()->logout();

    $request->session()->invalidate();

    return $this->loggedOut($request) ?: redirect('/login');
}

Can .NET load and parse a properties file equivalent to Java Properties class?

C# generally uses xml-based config files rather than the *.ini-style file like you said, so there's nothing built-in to handle this. However, google returns a number of promising results.

The backend version is not supported to design database diagrams or tables

I ran into this problem when SQL Server 2014 standard was installed on a server where SQL Server Express was also installed. I had opened SSMS from a desktop shortcut, not realizing right away that it was SSMS for SQL Server Express, not for 2014. SSMS for Express returned the error, but SQL Server 2014 did not.

Linq to SQL how to do "where [column] in (list of values)"

 var filterTransNos = (from so in db.SalesOrderDetails
                    where  ItemDescription.Contains(ItemDescription)
                            select new { so.TransNo }).AsEnumerable();    


listreceipt = listreceipt.Where(p => filterTransNos.Any(p2 => p2.TransNo == p.TransNo)).ToList();

jQuery set radio button

You can simply use:

$("input[name='cols']").click();

set up device for development (???????????? no permissions)

sudo usermod -aG plugdev $LOGNAME

This command worked for me

How to find out what is locking my tables?

I have a stored procedure that I have put together, that deals not only with locks and blocking, but also to see what is running in a server. I have put it in master. I will share it with you, the code is below:

USE [master]
go


CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[sp_radhe] 

AS
BEGIN

SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL READ UNCOMMITTED


-- the current_processes
-- marcelo miorelli 
-- CCHQ 
-- 04 MAR 2013 Wednesday

SELECT es.session_id AS session_id
,COALESCE(es.original_login_name, '') AS login_name
,COALESCE(es.host_name,'') AS hostname
,COALESCE(es.last_request_end_time,es.last_request_start_time) AS last_batch
,es.status
,COALESCE(er.blocking_session_id,0) AS blocked_by
,COALESCE(er.wait_type,'MISCELLANEOUS') AS waittype
,COALESCE(er.wait_time,0) AS waittime
,COALESCE(er.last_wait_type,'MISCELLANEOUS') AS lastwaittype
,COALESCE(er.wait_resource,'') AS waitresource
,coalesce(db_name(er.database_id),'No Info') as dbid
,COALESCE(er.command,'AWAITING COMMAND') AS cmd
,sql_text=st.text
,transaction_isolation =
CASE es.transaction_isolation_level
    WHEN 0 THEN 'Unspecified'
    WHEN 1 THEN 'Read Uncommitted'
    WHEN 2 THEN 'Read Committed'
    WHEN 3 THEN 'Repeatable'
    WHEN 4 THEN 'Serializable'
    WHEN 5 THEN 'Snapshot'
END
,COALESCE(es.cpu_time,0) 
    + COALESCE(er.cpu_time,0) AS cpu
,COALESCE(es.reads,0) 
    + COALESCE(es.writes,0) 
    + COALESCE(er.reads,0) 
+ COALESCE(er.writes,0) AS physical_io
,COALESCE(er.open_transaction_count,-1) AS open_tran
,COALESCE(es.program_name,'') AS program_name
,es.login_time
FROM sys.dm_exec_sessions es
LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.dm_exec_connections ec ON es.session_id = ec.session_id
LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.dm_exec_requests er ON es.session_id = er.session_id
LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.server_principals sp ON es.security_id = sp.sid
LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.dm_os_tasks ota ON es.session_id = ota.session_id
LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.dm_os_threads oth ON ota.worker_address = oth.worker_address
CROSS APPLY sys.dm_exec_sql_text(er.sql_handle) AS st
where es.is_user_process = 1 
  and es.session_id <> @@spid
  and es.status = 'running'
ORDER BY es.session_id

end 

GO

this procedure has done very good for me in the last couple of years. to run it just type sp_radhe

Regarding putting sp_radhe in the master database

I use the following code and make it a system stored procedure

exec sys.sp_MS_marksystemobject 'sp_radhe'

as you can see on the link below

Creating Your Own SQL Server System Stored Procedures

Regarding the transaction isolation level

Questions About T-SQL Transaction Isolation Levels You Were Too Shy to Ask

Jonathan Kehayias

Once you change the transaction isolation level it only changes when the scope exits at the end of the procedure or a return call, or if you change it explicitly again using SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL.

In addition the TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL is only scoped to the stored procedure, so you can have multiple nested stored procedures that execute at their own specific isolation levels.

How to write to file in Ruby?

The Ruby File class will give you the ins and outs of ::new and ::open but its parent, the IO class, gets into the depth of #read and #write.

What's the difference between StaticResource and DynamicResource in WPF?

What is the main difference. Like memory or performance implications

The difference between static and dynamic resources comes when the underlying object changes. If your Brush defined in the Resources collection were accessed in code and set to a different object instance, Rectangle will not detect this change.

Static Resources retrieved once by referencing element and used for the lifetime of the resources. Whereas, DynamicResources retrieve every time they are used.

The downside of Dynamic resources is that they tend to decrease application performance.

Are there rules in WPF like "brushes are always static" and "templates are always dynamic" etc.?

The best practice is to use Static Resources unless there is a specific reason like you want to change resource in the code behind dynamically. Another example of instance in which you would want t to use dynamic resoruces include when you use the SystemBrushes, SystenFonts and System Parameters.

Test if object implements interface

Using the is or as operators is the correct way if you know the interface type at compile time and have an instance of the type you are testing. Something that no one else seems to have mentioned is Type.IsAssignableFrom:

if( typeof(IMyInterface).IsAssignableFrom(someOtherType) )
{
}

I think this is much neater than looking through the array returned by GetInterfaces and has the advantage of working for classes as well.

Is there any use for unique_ptr with array?

If you need a dynamic array of objects that are not copy-constructible, then a smart pointer to an array is the way to go. For example, what if you need an array of atomics.

How do I use jQuery to redirect?

Via Jquery:

$(location).attr('href','http://example.com/Registration/Success/');

Remove files from Git commit

Now that Apple has non-cosensually updated all MacOS users to zsh, the correct answer doesn't work anymore.

git reset --soft HEAD^
zsh: no matches found: HEAD^

You can prevent the shell from treating the ^ as a special character by single quoting it.

git reset --soft 'HEAD^'

Alternatively you can disable this behavior in your shell. by updating your ~/.zshrc with

unsetopt nomatch

Fork() function in C

System call fork() is used to create processes. It takes no arguments and returns a process ID. The purpose of fork() is to create a new process, which becomes the child process of the caller. After a new child process is created, both processes will execute the next instruction following the fork() system call. Therefore, we have to distinguish the parent from the child. This can be done by testing the returned value of fork()

Fork is a system call and you shouldnt think of it as a normal C function. When a fork() occurs you effectively create two new processes with their own address space.Variable that are initialized before the fork() call store the same values in both the address space. However values modified within the address space of either of the process remain unaffected in other process one of which is parent and the other is child. So if,

pid=fork();

If in the subsequent blocks of code you check the value of pid.Both processes run for the entire length of your code. So how do we distinguish them. Again Fork is a system call and here is difference.Inside the newly created child process pid will store 0 while in the parent process it would store a positive value.A negative value inside pid indicates a fork error.

When we test the value of pid to find whether it is equal to zero or greater than it we are effectively finding out whether we are in the child process or the parent process.

Read more about Fork

Newtonsoft JSON Deserialize

As per the Newtonsoft Documentation you can also deserialize to an anonymous object like this:

var definition = new { Name = "" };

string json1 = @"{'Name':'James'}";
var customer1 = JsonConvert.DeserializeAnonymousType(json1, definition);

Console.WriteLine(customer1.Name);
// James

NPM global install "cannot find module"

$ vim /etc/profile.d/nodejs.sh

NODE_PATH=/usr/lib/nodejs:/usr/lib/node_modules:/usr/share/javascript
export NODE_PATH="$NODE_PATH"

Vue.js redirection to another page

if you want to route to another page this.$router.push({path: '/pagename'})

if you want to route with params this.$router.push({path: '/pagename', param: {param1: 'value1', param2: value2})

What's the best practice for putting multiple projects in a git repository?

Solution 3

This is for using a single directory for multiple projects. I use this technique for some closely related projects where I often need to pull changes from one project into another. It's similar to the orphaned branches idea but the branches don't need to be orphaned. Simply start all the projects from the same empty directory state.

Start all projects from one committed empty directory

Don't expect wonders from this solution. As I see it, you are always going to have annoyances with untracked files. Git doesn't really have a clue what to do with them and so if there are intermediate files generated by a compiler and ignored by your .gitignore file, it is likely that they will be left hanging some of the time if you try rapidly swapping between - for example - your software project and a PH.D thesis project.

However here is the plan. Start as you ought to start any git projects, by committing the empty repository, and then start all your projects from the same empty directory state. That way you are certain that the two lots of files are fairly independent. Also, give your branches a proper name and don't lazily just use "master". Your projects need to be separate so give them appropriate names.

Git commits (and hence tags and branches) basically store the state of a directory and its subdirectories and Git has no idea whether these are parts of the same or different projects so really there is no problem for git storing different projects in the same repository. The problem is then for you clearing up the untracked files from one project when using another, or separating the projects later.

Create an empty repository

cd some_empty_directory
git init
touch .gitignore
git add .gitignore
git commit -m empty
git tag EMPTY

Start your projects from empty.

Work on one project.

git branch software EMPTY
git checkout software
echo "array board[8,8] of piece" > chess.prog

git add chess.prog 
git commit -m "chess program"

Start another project

whenever you like.

git branch thesis EMPTY
git checkout thesis
echo "the meaning of meaning" > philosophy_doctorate.txt
git add philosophy_doctorate.txt 
git commit -m "Ph.D"

Switch back and forth

Go back and forwards between projects whenever you like. This example goes back to the chess software project.

git checkout software
echo "while not end_of_game do make_move()" >> chess.prog
git add chess.prog 
git commit -m "improved chess program"

Untracked files are annoying

You will however be annoyed by untracked files when swapping between projects/branches.

touch untracked_software_file.prog
git checkout thesis 
ls
    philosophy_doctorate.txt  untracked_software_file.prog

It's not an insurmountable problem

Sort of by definition, git doesn't really know what to do with untracked files and it's up to you to deal with them. You can stop untracked files from being carried around from one branch to another as follows.

git checkout EMPTY 
ls
    untracked_software_file.prog
rm -r *
    (directory is now really empty, apart from the repository stuff!)
git checkout thesis
ls
    philosophy_doctorate.txt

By ensuring that the directory was empty before checking out our new project we made sure there were no hanging untracked files from another project.

A refinement

$ GIT_AUTHOR_DATE='2001-01-01:T01:01:01' GIT_COMMITTER_DATE='2001-01-01T01:01:01' git commit -m empty

If the same dates are specified whenever committing an empty repository, then independently created empty repository commits can have the same SHA1 code. This allows two repositories to be created independently and then merged together into a single tree with a common root in one repository later.

Example

# Create thesis repository. 
# Merge existing chess repository branch into it

mkdir single_repo_for_thesis_and_chess
cd single_repo_for_thesis_and_chess
git init
touch .gitignore
git add .gitignore
GIT_AUTHOR_DATE='2001-01-01:T01:01:01' GIT_COMMITTER_DATE='2001-01-01:T01:01:01' git commit -m empty
git tag EMPTY
echo "the meaning of meaning" > thesis.txt
git add thesis.txt
git commit -m "Wrote my PH.D"
git branch -m master thesis

# It's as simple as this ...
git remote add chess ../chessrepository/.git
git fetch chess chess:chess

Result

Diagram of merged repositories

Use subdirectories per project?

It may also help if you keep your projects in subdirectories where possible, e.g. instead of having files

chess.prog
philosophy_doctorate.txt 

have

chess/chess.prog
thesis/philosophy_doctorate.txt 

In this case your untracked software file will be chess/untracked_software_file.prog. When working in the thesis directory you should not be disturbed by untracked chess program files, and you may find occasions when you can work happily without deleting untracked files from other projects.

Also, if you want to remove untracked files from other projects, it will be quicker (and less prone to error) to dump an unwanted directory than to remove unwanted files by selecting each of them.

Branch names can include '/' characters

So you might want to name your branches something like

project1/master
project1/featureABC
project2/master
project2/featureXYZ

How to concatenate strings in windows batch file for loop?

A very simple example:

SET a=Hello
SET b=World
SET c=%a% %b%!
echo %c%

The result should be:

Hello World!

Create Hyperlink in Slack

I am not sure if this is still bothering you but take a look at this page for slack text formatting:

https://api.slack.com/docs/message-formatting#linking_to_urls

For example using Python and the slack API:

from slackclient import SlackClient
slack_client = SlackClient(your_slack_token)
link_as_text_example = '<http://www.hyperlinkcode.com/|Hyperlink Code>'
slack_client.api_call("chat.postMessage", channel=channel_to_post, text=link_as_text_example , as_user=True)

You can also send a more advance JSON following the link: https://api.slack.com/docs/message-attachments

how to make password textbox value visible when hover an icon

Try This :

In HTML and JS :

_x000D_
_x000D_
// Convert Password Field To Text On Hover._x000D_
  var passField = $('input[type=password]');_x000D_
  $('.show-pass').hover(function() {_x000D_
      passField.attr('type', 'text');_x000D_
  }, function() {_x000D_
    passField.attr('type', 'password');_x000D_
  })
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<link href="https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.7.0/css/font-awesome.min.css" rel="stylesheet"/>_x000D_
<!-- An Input PassWord Field With Eye Font-Awesome Class -->_x000D_
<input type="password" placeholder="Type Password">_x000D_
      <i class="show-pass fa fa-eye fa-lg"></i>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Not connecting to SQL Server over VPN

if you're using sql server 2005, start sql server browser service first

Date in to UTC format Java

SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat( "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss" );
// or SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat( "MM/dd/yyyy KK:mm:ss a Z" );
sdf.setTimeZone( TimeZone.getTimeZone( "UTC" ) );
System.out.println( sdf.format( new Date() ) );

Apply function to each element of a list

I think you mean to use map instead of filter:

>>> from string import upper
>>> mylis=['this is test', 'another test']
>>> map(upper, mylis)
['THIS IS TEST', 'ANOTHER TEST']

Even simpler, you could use str.upper instead of importing from string (thanks to @alecxe):

>>> map(str.upper, mylis)
['THIS IS TEST', 'ANOTHER TEST']

In Python 2.x, map constructs a new list by applying a given function to every element in a list. filter constructs a new list by restricting to elements that evaluate to True with a given function.

In Python 3.x, map and filter construct iterators instead of lists, so if you are using Python 3.x and require a list the list comprehension approach would be better suited.

How can I add "href" attribute to a link dynamically using JavaScript?

var a = document.getElementById('yourlinkId'); //or grab it by tagname etc
a.href = "somelink url"

Owl Carousel Won't Autoplay

Owl Carousel version matters a lot, as of now (2nd Aug 2020) the version is 2.3.4 and the right options for autoplay are:

$(".owl-carousel").owlCarousel({
    autoplay : true,
    autoplayTimeout: 3000,//Autoplay interval timeout.
    loop:true,//Infinity loop. Duplicate last and first items to get loop illusion.
    items:1 //The number of items you want to see on the screen.
});

Read more Owl configurations

How to use a jQuery plugin inside Vue

You need to use either the globals loader or expose loader to ensure that webpack includes the jQuery lib in your source code output and so that it doesn't throw errors when your use $ in your components.

// example with expose loader:
npm i --save-dev expose-loader

// somewhere, import (require) this jquery, but pipe it through the expose loader
require('expose?$!expose?jQuery!jquery')

If you prefer, you can import (require) it directly within your webpack config as a point of entry, so I understand, but I don't have an example of this to hand

Alternatively, you can use the globals loader like this: https://www.npmjs.com/package/globals-loader

Eclipse EGit Checkout conflict with files: - EGit doesn't want to continue

I guess the best way to do this is like this :

  1. Store all your changes in a separate branch.
  2. Then do a hard reset on the local master.
  3. Then merge back your changes from the locally created branch
  4. Then commit and push your changes.

That how I resolve mine, whenever it happens.

Detect Route Change with react-router

You can make use of history.listen() function when trying to detect the route change. Considering you are using react-router v4, wrap your component with withRouter HOC to get access to the history prop.

history.listen() returns an unlisten function. You'd use this to unregister from listening.

You can configure your routes like

index.js

ReactDOM.render(
      <BrowserRouter>
            <AppContainer>
                   <Route exact path="/" Component={...} />
                   <Route exact path="/Home" Component={...} />
           </AppContainer>
        </BrowserRouter>,
  document.getElementById('root')
);

and then in AppContainer.js

class App extends Component {
  
  componentWillMount() {
    this.unlisten = this.props.history.listen((location, action) => {
      console.log("on route change");
    });
  }
  componentWillUnmount() {
      this.unlisten();
  }
  render() {
     return (
         <div>{this.props.children}</div>
      );
  }
}
export default withRouter(App);

From the history docs:

You can listen for changes to the current location using history.listen:

history.listen((location, action) => {
      console.log(`The current URL is ${location.pathname}${location.search}${location.hash}`)
  console.log(`The last navigation action was ${action}`)
})

The location object implements a subset of the window.location interface, including:

**location.pathname** - The path of the URL
**location.search** - The URL query string
**location.hash** - The URL hash fragment

Locations may also have the following properties:

location.state - Some extra state for this location that does not reside in the URL (supported in createBrowserHistory and createMemoryHistory)

location.key - A unique string representing this location (supported in createBrowserHistory and createMemoryHistory)

The action is one of PUSH, REPLACE, or POP depending on how the user got to the current URL.

When you are using react-router v3 you can make use of history.listen() from history package as mentioned above or you can also make use browserHistory.listen()

You can configure and use your routes like

import {browserHistory} from 'react-router';

class App extends React.Component {

    componentDidMount() {
          this.unlisten = browserHistory.listen( location =>  {
                console.log('route changes');
                
           });
      
    }
    componentWillUnmount() {
        this.unlisten();
     
    }
    render() {
        return (
               <Route path="/" onChange={yourHandler} component={AppContainer}>
                   <IndexRoute component={StaticContainer}  />
                   <Route path="/a" component={ContainerA}  />
                   <Route path="/b" component={ContainerB}  />
            </Route>
        )
    }
} 

To draw an Underline below the TextView in Android

underline a textview in android

5 Amazing Ways To Underline A TextView In Android - Kotlin/Java & XML

  1. String html = "<u>Underline using Html.fromHtml()</u>"; textview.setText(Html.fromHtml(html));

But Html.fromHtml(String resource) was deprecated in API 24.

So you can use the latest android support library androidx.core.text.HtmlCompat. Before that, you need to include the dependency in your project.

`implementation 'androidx.core:core:1.0.1'`
  1. String html = "<u> 1.1 Underline using HtmlCompat.fromHtml()</u>"; //underline textview using HtmlCompat.fromHtml() method textview11.setText(HtmlCompat.fromHtml(html, HtmlCompat.FROM_HTML_MODE_LEGACY));

Using strings.xml,

  1. <string name="underline_text">1.3 &lt;u>Underline using HtmlCompat.fromHtml() and string resource&lt;/u></string>

textview13.setText(HtmlCompat.fromHtml(getString(R.string.underline_text), HtmlCompat.FROM_HTML_MODE_LEGACY));

using PaintFlags

  1. textview2.setPaintFlags(textview2.getPaintFlags() | Paint.UNDERLINE_TEXT_FLAG); textview2.setText("2. Underline using setPaintFlags()");

using SpannableString

`String content1 = "3.1 Underline using SpannableString";
        SpannableString spannableString1 = new SpannableString(content1);
        spannableString1.setSpan(new UnderlineSpan(), 0, content1.length(), 0);
        textview31.setText(spannableString1);`

minimum double value in C/C++

Try this:

-1 * numeric_limits<double>::max()

Reference: numeric_limits

This class is specialized for each of the fundamental types, with its members returning or set to the different values that define the properties that type has in the specific platform in which it compiles.

setHintTextColor() in EditText

Use this to change the hint color. -

editText.setHintTextColor(getResources().getColor(R.color.white));

Solution for your problem -

editText.addTextChangedListener(new TextWatcher() {
    @Override
    public void onTextChanged(CharSequence arg0, int arg1, int arg2,int arg3){
        //do something
    }

    @Override
    public void beforeTextChanged(CharSequence arg0, int arg1, int arg2, int arg3) {
        //do something
    }

    @Override
    public void afterTextChanged(Editable arg0) {
        if(arg0.toString().length() <= 0) //check if length is equal to zero
            tv.setHintTextColor(getResources().getColor(R.color.white));
    }
});

Close Current Tab

Try this:

<script>
    var myWindow = window.open("ANYURL", "MyWindowName", "width=700,height=700");
    this.window.close();
</script>

This worked for me in some cases in Google Chrome 50. It does not seem to work when put inside a javascript function, though.

How to vertically center <div> inside the parent element with CSS?

@GáborNagy's comment on another post was the simplest solution I could find and worked like a charm for me, since he brought a jsfiddle I'm copying it here with a small addition:

CSS:

#wrapper {
    display: table;
    height: 150px;
    width: 800px;
    border: 1px solid red;
}

#cell {
    display: table-cell;
    vertical-align: middle;
}

HTML:

<div id="wrapper">
    <div id="cell">
        <div class="content">
            Content goes here
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

If you wish to also align it horizontally you'd have to add another div "inner-cell" inside the "cell" div, and give it this style:

#inner-cell{
      width: 250px;
      display: block;
      margin: 0 auto;
}

String to HashMap JAVA

try

 String s = "SALES:0,SALE_PRODUCTS:1,EXPENSES:2,EXPENSES_ITEMS:3";
    HashMap<String,Integer> hm =new HashMap<String,Integer>();
    for(String s1:s.split(",")){
       String[] s2 = s1.split(":");
        hm.put(s2[0], Integer.parseInt(s2[1]));
    }

disable viewport zooming iOS 10+ safari?

The workaround that works in Mobile Safari at this time of writing, is to have the the third argument in addEventListener be { passive: false }, so the full workaround looks like this:

document.addEventListener('touchmove', function (event) {
  if (event.scale !== 1) { event.preventDefault(); }
}, { passive: false });

You may want to check if options are supported to remain backwards compatible.

How to resolve this System.IO.FileNotFoundException

Check all the references carefully

  • Version remains same on target machine and local machine
  • If assembly is referenced from GAC, ensure that proper version is loaded

For me cleaning entire solution by deleting manually, updating (removing and adding) references again with version in sync with target machine and then building with with Copy Local > False for GAC assemblies solves the problem.

Why isn't textarea an input[type="textarea"]?

A textarea can contain multiple lines of text, so one wouldn't be able to pre-populate it using a value attribute.

Similarly, the select element needs to be its own element to accommodate option sub-elements.

Python: how to print range a-z?

myList = [chr(chNum) for chNum in list(range(ord('a'),ord('z')+1))]
print(myList)

Output

['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', 'f', 'g', 'h', 'i', 'j', 'k', 'l', 'm', 'n', 'o', 'p', 'q', 'r', 's', 't', 'u', 'v', 'w', 'x', 'y', 'z']

How get permission for camera in android.(Specifically Marshmallow)

First check if the user has granted the permission:

if (ContextCompat.checkSelfPermission(context, Manifest.permission.CAMERA)
    == PackageManager.PERMISSION_DENIED)

Then, you could use this to request to the user:

ActivityCompat.requestPermissions(activity, new String[] {Manifest.permission.CAMERA}, requestCode);

And in Marshmallow, it will appear in a dialog

Left join only selected columns in R with the merge() function

Nothing elegant but this could be another satisfactory answer.

merge(x = DF1, y = DF2, by = "Client", all.x=TRUE)[,c("Client","LO","CON")]

This will be useful especially when you don't need the keys that were used to join the tables in your results.

Error: Execution failed for task ':app:clean'. Unable to delete file

I had the same problem and this worked for me:

  1. close Android Studio.
  2. delete intermediates directory (as long as Android Studio is opened, this directory can't be deleted)
  3. open Android Studio again

Element implicitly has an 'any' type because expression of type 'string' can't be used to index

This happens because you try to access plotOptions property using string name. TypeScript understands that name may have any value, not only property name from plotOptions. So TypeScript requires to add index signature to plotOptions, so it knows that you can use any property name in plotOptions. But I suggest to change type of name, so it can only be one of plotOptions properties.

interface trainInfo {
    name: keyof typeof plotOptions;
    x: Array<number>;
    y: Array<number>;
    type: string;
    mode: string;
}

Now you'll be able to use only property names that exist in plotOptions.

You also have to slightly change your code.

First assign array to some temp variable, so TS knows array type:

const plotDataTemp: Array<trainInfo> = [
    {
      name: "train_1",
      x: data.filtrationData.map((i: any) => i["1-CumVol"]),
      y: data.filtrationData.map((i: any) => i["1-PressureA"]),
      type: "scatter",
      mode: "lines"
    },
    // ...
}

Then filter:

const plotData = plotDataTemp.filter(({ name }) => plotOptions[name]);

If you're getting data from API and have no way to type check props at compile time the only way is to add index signature to your plotOptions:

type tplotOptions = {
    [key: string]: boolean
}

const plotOptions: tplotOptions = {
    train_1: true,
    train_2: true,
    train_3: true,
    train_4: true
}

MySQL - Using If Then Else in MySQL UPDATE or SELECT Queries

Whilst you certainly can use MySQL's IF() control flow function as demonstrated by dbemerlin's answer, I suspect it might be a little clearer to the reader (i.e. yourself, and any future developers who might pick up your code in the future) to use a CASE expression instead:

UPDATE Table
SET    A = CASE
         WHEN A > 0 AND A < 1 THEN 1
         WHEN A > 1 AND A < 2 THEN 2
         ELSE A
       END
WHERE  A IS NOT NULL

Of course, in this specific example it's a little wasteful to set A to itself in the ELSE clause—better entirely to filter such conditions from the UPDATE, via the WHERE clause:

UPDATE Table
SET    A = CASE
         WHEN A > 0 AND A < 1 THEN 1
         WHEN A > 1 AND A < 2 THEN 2
       END
WHERE  (A > 0 AND A < 1) OR (A > 1 AND A < 2)

(The inequalities entail A IS NOT NULL).

Or, if you want the intervals to be closed rather than open (note that this would set values of 0 to 1—if that is undesirable, one could explicitly filter such cases in the WHERE clause, or else add a higher precedence WHEN condition):

UPDATE Table
SET    A = CASE
         WHEN A BETWEEN 0 AND 1 THEN 1
         WHEN A BETWEEN 1 AND 2 THEN 2
       END
WHERE  A BETWEEN 0 AND 2

Though, as dbmerlin also pointed out, for this specific situation you could consider using CEIL() instead:

UPDATE Table SET A = CEIL(A) WHERE A BETWEEN 0 AND 2

How do you set the Content-Type header for an HttpClient request?

try to use TryAddWithoutValidation

  var client = new HttpClient();
  client.DefaultRequestHeaders.TryAddWithoutValidation("Content-Type", "application/json; charset=utf-8");

Classes residing in App_Code is not accessible

I haven't figured out yet why this occurs, but I had classes that were in my App_Code folder that were calling methods in each other, and were fine in doing this when I built a .NET 4.5.2 project, but then I had to revert it to 4.0 as the target server wasn't getting upgraded. That's when I found this problem (after fixing the langversion in my web.config from 6 to 5... another story)....

One of my methods kept having an error like:

The type X.Y conflicts with the imported type X.Y in MyProject.DLL

All of my classes were already set to "Compile" in their properties, as suggested on the accepted answer here, and each had a common namespace that was the same, and each had using MyNamespace; at the top of each class.

I found that if I just moved the offending classes that had to call methods in each other to another, standard folder named something other than "App_Code", they stopped having this conflict issue.

Note: If you create a standard folder called "AppCode", move your classes into it, delete the "App_Code" folder, then rename "AppCode" to "App_Code", your problems will return. It doesn't matter if you use the "New Folder" or "Add ASP .NET Folder" option to create "App_Code" - it seems to key in on the name.

Maybe this is just a .NET 4.0 (and possibly earlier) issue... I was just fine in 4.5.2 before having to revert!

Combine [NgStyle] With Condition (if..else)

One can also use this kind of condition:

<div [ngStyle]="myBooleanVar && {'color': 'red'}"></div>

It requires a bit less string concatenation...

Get value from JToken that may not exist (best practices)

TYPE variable = jsonbody["key"]?.Value<TYPE>() ?? DEFAULT_VALUE;

e.g.

bool attachMap = jsonbody["map"]?.Value<bool>() ?? false;

In Java, how to find if first character in a string is upper case without regex

Actually, this is subtler than it looks.

The code above would give the incorrect answer for a lower case character whose code point was above U+FFFF (such as U+1D4C3, MATHEMATICAL SCRIPT SMALL N). String.charAt would return a UTF-16 surrogate pair, which is not a character, but rather half the character, so to speak. So you have to use String.codePointAt, which returns an int above 0xFFFF (not a char). You would do:

Character.isUpperCase(s.codePointAt(0));

Don't feel bad overlooked this; almost all Java coders handle UTF-16 badly, because the terminology misleadingly makes you think that each "char" value represents a character. UTF-16 sucks, because it is almost fixed width but not quite. So non-fixed-width edge cases tend not to get tested. Until one day, some document comes in which contains a character like U+1D4C3, and your entire system blows up.

Can anyone explain python's relative imports?

Checking it out in python3:

python -V
Python 3.6.5

Example1:

.
+-- parent.py
+-- start.py
+-- sub
    +-- relative.py

- start.py
import sub.relative

- parent.py
print('Hello from parent.py')

- sub/relative.py
from .. import parent

If we run it like this(just to make sure PYTHONPATH is empty):

PYTHONPATH='' python3 start.py

Output:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "start.py", line 1, in <module>
    import sub.relative
  File "/python-import-examples/so-example-v1/sub/relative.py", line 1, in <module>
    from .. import parent
ValueError: attempted relative import beyond top-level package

If we change import in sub/relative.py

- sub/relative.py
import parent

If we run it like this:

PYTHONPATH='' python3 start.py

Output:

Hello from parent.py

Example2:

.
+-- parent.py
+-- sub
    +-- relative.py
    +-- start.py

- parent.py
print('Hello from parent.py')

- sub/relative.py
print('Hello from relative.py')

- sub/start.py
import relative
from .. import parent

Run it like:

PYTHONPATH='' python3 sub/start.py

Output:

Hello from relative.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "sub/start.py", line 2, in <module>
    from .. import parent
ValueError: attempted relative import beyond top-level package

If we change import in sub/start.py:

- sub/start.py
import relative
import parent

Run it like:

PYTHONPATH='' python3 sub/start.py

Output:

Hello from relative.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "sub/start.py", line 3, in <module>
    import parent
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'parent'

Run it like:

PYTHONPATH='.' python3 sub/start.py

Output:

Hello from relative.py
Hello from parent.py

Also it's better to use import from root folder, i.e.:

- sub/start.py
import sub.relative
import parent

Run it like:

PYTHONPATH='.' python3 sub/start.py

Output:

Hello from relative.py
Hello from parent.py

How to run Linux commands in Java?

try to use unix4j. it s about a library in java to run linux command. for instance if you got a command like: cat test.txt | grep "Tuesday" | sed "s/kilogram/kg/g" | sort in this program will become: Unix4j.cat("test.txt").grep("Tuesday").sed("s/kilogram/kg/g").sort();

Why doesn't Java support unsigned ints?

Reading between the lines, I think the logic was something like this:

  • generally, the Java designers wanted to simplify the repertoire of data types available
  • for everyday purposes, they felt that the most common need was for signed data types
  • for implementing certain algorithms, unsigned arithmetic is sometimes needed, but the kind of programmers that would be implementing such algorithms would also have the knowledge to "work round" doing unsigned arithmetic with signed data types

Mostly, I'd say it was a reasonable decision. Possibly, I would have:

  • made byte unsigned, or at least have provided a signed/unsigned alternatives, possibly with different names, for this one data type (making it signed is good for consistency, but when do you ever need a signed byte?)
  • done away with 'short' (when did you last use 16-bit signed arithmetic?)

Still, with a bit of kludging, operations on unsigned values up to 32 bits aren't tooo bad, and most people don't need unsigned 64-bit division or comparison.

How to prepend a string to a column value in MySQL?

That's a simple one

UPDATE YourTable SET YourColumn = CONCAT('prependedString', YourColumn);

How to open Android Device Monitor in latest Android Studio 3.1

ADM was deprecated in 3.1 version of android studio and removed from Android Studio 3.2. Android Device Monitor have been replaced by new features and to start Android Device Monitor application in android studio 3.1 and lower, following the commend line android-sdk/tools/ directory:

monitor

Adding values to a C# array

one approach is to fill an array via LINQ

if you want to fill an array with one element you can simply write

string[] arrayToBeFilled;
arrayToBeFilled= arrayToBeFilled.Append("str").ToArray();

furthermore, If you want to fill an array with multiple elements you can use the previous code in a loop

//the array you want to fill values in
string[] arrayToBeFilled;
//list of values that you want to fill inside an array
List<string> listToFill = new List<string> { "a1", "a2", "a3" };
//looping through list to start filling the array

foreach (string str in listToFill){
// here are the LINQ extensions
arrayToBeFilled= arrayToBeFilled.Append(str).ToArray();
}

How to get old Value with onchange() event in text box

A dirty trick I somtimes use, is hiding variables in the 'name' attribute (that I normally don't use for other purposes):

select onFocus=(this.name=this.value) onChange=someFunction(this.name,this.value)><option...

Somewhat unexpectedly, both the old and the new value is then submitted to someFunction(oldValue,newValue)

How can I get a List from some class properties with Java 8 Stream?

You can use map :

List<String> names = 
    personList.stream()
              .map(Person::getName)
              .collect(Collectors.toList());

EDIT :

In order to combine the Lists of friend names, you need to use flatMap :

List<String> friendNames = 
    personList.stream()
              .flatMap(e->e.getFriends().stream())
              .collect(Collectors.toList());

Set value of textbox using JQuery

You're targeting the wrong item with that jQuery selector. The name of your search bar is searchBar, not the id. What you want to use is $('#main_search').val('hi').

JavaScript object: access variable property by name as string

Since I was helped with my project by the answer above (I asked a duplicate question and was referred here), I am submitting an answer (my test code) for bracket notation when nesting within the var:

_x000D_
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<html>_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
  <script type="text/javascript">_x000D_
    function displayFile(whatOption, whatColor) {_x000D_
      var Test01 = {_x000D_
        rectangle: {_x000D_
          red: "RectangleRedFile",_x000D_
          blue: "RectangleBlueFile"_x000D_
        },_x000D_
        square: {_x000D_
          red: "SquareRedFile",_x000D_
          blue: "SquareBlueFile"_x000D_
        }_x000D_
      };_x000D_
      var filename = Test01[whatOption][whatColor];_x000D_
      alert(filename);_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  </script>_x000D_
</head>_x000D_
<body>_x000D_
  <p onclick="displayFile('rectangle', 'red')">[ Rec Red ]</p>_x000D_
  <br/>_x000D_
  <p onclick="displayFile('square', 'blue')">[ Sq Blue ]</p>_x000D_
  <br/>_x000D_
  <p onclick="displayFile('square', 'red')">[ Sq Red ]</p>_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Google Play Services Library update and missing symbol @integer/google_play_services_version

Google suggests you don't create a project directly from the SDK directory. It's better to copy the lib project out to the location where your app is, then import it from there. Otherwise the next time you go to import the project for another app, it will already be in use.

https://developer.android.com/google/play-services/setup.html

Note: You should be referencing a copy of the library that you copied to your development workspace—you should not reference the library directly from the Android SDK directory.

Split / Explode a column of dictionaries into separate columns with pandas

>>> df

   Station ID                        Pollutants
0        8809  {"a": "46", "b": "3", "c": "12"}
1        8810   {"a": "36", "b": "5", "c": "8"}
2        8811              {"b": "2", "c": "7"}
3        8812                       {"c": "11"}
4        8813            {"a": "82", "c": "15"}

speed comparison for a large dataset of 10 million rows

>>> df = pd.concat([df]*100000).reset_index(drop=True)
>>> df = pd.concat([df]*20).reset_index(drop=True)
>>> print(df.shape)
(10000000, 2)
def apply_drop(df):
    return df.join(df['Pollutants'].apply(pd.Series)).drop('Pollutants', axis=1)  

def json_normalise_drop(df):
    return df.join(pd.json_normalize(df.Pollutants)).drop('Pollutants', axis=1)  

def tolist_drop(df):
    return df.join(pd.DataFrame(df['Pollutants'].tolist())).drop('Pollutants', axis=1)  

def vlues_tolist_drop(df):
    return df.join(pd.DataFrame(df['Pollutants'].values.tolist())).drop('Pollutants', axis=1)  

def pop_tolist(df):
    return df.join(pd.DataFrame(df.pop('Pollutants').tolist()))  

def pop_values_tolist(df):
    return df.join(pd.DataFrame(df.pop('Pollutants').values.tolist()))

>>> %timeit apply_drop(df.copy())
1 loop, best of 3: 53min 20s per loop
>>> %timeit json_normalise_drop(df.copy())
1 loop, best of 3: 54.9 s per loop
>>> %timeit tolist_drop(df.copy())
1 loop, best of 3: 6.62 s per loop
>>> %timeit vlues_tolist_drop(df.copy())
1 loop, best of 3: 6.63 s per loop
>>> %timeit pop_tolist(df.copy())
1 loop, best of 3: 5.99 s per loop
>>> %timeit pop_values_tolist(df.copy())
1 loop, best of 3: 5.94 s per loop
+---------------------+-----------+
| apply_drop          | 53min 20s |
| json_normalise_drop |    54.9 s |
| tolist_drop         |    6.62 s |
| vlues_tolist_drop   |    6.63 s |
| pop_tolist          |    5.99 s |
| pop_values_tolist   |    5.94 s |
+---------------------+-----------+

df.join(pd.DataFrame(df.pop('Pollutants').values.tolist())) is the fastest

How to blur background images in Android

you can use Glide for load and transform into blur image, 1) for only one view,

val requestOptions = RequestOptions()
                requestOptions.transform(BlurTransformation(50)) // 0-100
Glide.with(applicationContext).setDefaultRequestOptions(requestOptions)
                        .load(imageUrl).into(view)

2) if you are using the adapter to load an image in the item, you should write your code in the if-else block, otherwise, it will make all your images blurry.

 if(isBlure){
  val requestOptions = RequestOptions()
                requestOptions.transform(BlurTransformation(50))
                Glide.with(applicationContext).setDefaultRequestOptions(requestOptions)
                        .load(imageUrl).into(view )
}else{
 val requestOptions = RequestOptions()
            Glide.with(applicationContext).setDefaultRequestOptions(requestOptions).load(imageUrl).into(view)
}

Why do this() and super() have to be the first statement in a constructor?

Tldr:

The other answers have tackled the "why" of the question. I'll provide a hack around this limitation:

The basic idea is to hijack the super statement with your embedded statements. This can be done by disguising your statements as expressions.

Tsdr:

Consider we want to do Statement1() to Statement9() before we call super():

public class Child extends Parent {
    public Child(T1 _1, T2 _2, T3 _3) {
        Statement_1();
        Statement_2();
        Statement_3(); // and etc...
        Statement_9();
        super(_1, _2, _3); // compiler rejects because this is not the first line
    }
}

The compiler will of course reject our code. So instead, we can do this:

// This compiles fine:

public class Child extends Parent {
    public Child(T1 _1, T2 _2, T3 _3) {
        super(F(_1), _2, _3);
    }

    public static T1 F(T1 _1) {
        Statement_1();
        Statement_2();
        Statement_3(); // and etc...
        Statement_9();
        return _1;
    }
}

The only limitation is that the parent class must have a constructor which takes in at least one argument so that we can sneak in our statement as an expression.

Here is a more elaborate example:

public class Child extends Parent {
    public Child(int i, String s, T1 t1) {
        i = i * 10 - 123;
        if (s.length() > i) {
            s = "This is substr s: " + s.substring(0, 5);
        } else {
            s = "Asdfg";
        }
        t1.Set(i);
        T2 t2 = t1.Get();
        t2.F();
        Object obj = Static_Class.A_Static_Method(i, s, t1);
        super(obj, i, "some argument", s, t1, t2); // compiler rejects because this is not the first line
    }
}

Reworked into:

// This compiles fine:

public class Child extends Parent {
    public Child(int i, String s, T1 t1) {
        super(Arg1(i, s, t1), Arg2(i), "some argument", Arg4(i, s), t1, Arg6(i, t1));
    }

    private static Object Arg1(int i, String s, T1 t1) {
        i = Arg2(i);
        s = Arg4(s);
        return Static_Class.A_Static_Method(i, s, t1);
    }

    private static int Arg2(int i) {
        i = i * 10 - 123;
        return i;
    }

    private static String Arg4(int i, String s) {
        i = Arg2(i);
        if (s.length() > i) {
            s = "This is sub s: " + s.substring(0, 5);
        } else {
            s = "Asdfg";
        }
        return s;
    }

    private static T2 Arg6(int i, T1 t1) {
        i = Arg2(i);
        t1.Set(i);
        T2 t2 = t1.Get();
        t2.F();
        return t2;
    }
}

In fact, compilers could have automated this process for us. They'd just chosen not to.

How to truncate the time on a DateTime object in Python?

You cannot truncate a datetime object because it is immutable.

However, here is one way to construct a new datetime with 0 hour, minute, second, and microsecond fields, without throwing away the original date or tzinfo:

newdatetime = now.replace(hour=0, minute=0, second=0, microsecond=0)

CSS/HTML: What is the correct way to make text italic?

Perhaps it has no special meaning and only needs to be rendered in italics to separate it presentationally from the text preceding it.

If it has no special meaning, why does it need to be separated presentationally from the text preceding it? This run of text looks a bit weird, because I’ve italicised it for no reason.

I do take your point though. It’s not uncommon for designers to produce designs that vary visually, without varying meaningfully. I’ve seen this most often with boxes: designers will give us designs including boxes with various combinations of colours, corners, gradients and drop-shadows, with no relation between the styles, and the meaning of the content.

Because these are reasonably complex styles (with associated Internet Explorer issues) re-used in different places, we create classes like box-1, box-2, so that we can re-use the styles.

The specific example of making some text italic is too trivial to worry about though. Best leave minutiae like that for the Semantic Nutters to argue about.

What is a regex to match ONLY an empty string?

^$ -- regex to accept empty string.And it wont match "/n" or "foobar/n" as you mentioned. You could test this regex on https://www.regextester.com/1924.

If you have your existing regex use or(|) in your regex to match empty string. For example /^[A-Za-z0-9&._ ]+$|^$/

c++ boost split string

The problem is somewhere else in your code, because this works:

string line("test\ttest2\ttest3");
vector<string> strs;
boost::split(strs,line,boost::is_any_of("\t"));

cout << "* size of the vector: " << strs.size() << endl;    
for (size_t i = 0; i < strs.size(); i++)
    cout << strs[i] << endl;

and testing your approach, which uses a vector iterator also works:

string line("test\ttest2\ttest3");
vector<string> strs;
boost::split(strs,line,boost::is_any_of("\t"));

cout << "* size of the vector: " << strs.size() << endl;
for (vector<string>::iterator it = strs.begin(); it != strs.end(); ++it)
{
    cout << *it << endl;
}

Again, your problem is somewhere else. Maybe what you think is a \t character on the string, isn't. I would fill the code with debugs, starting by monitoring the insertions on the vector to make sure everything is being inserted the way its supposed to be.

Output:

* size of the vector: 3
test
test2
test3

"git rebase origin" vs."git rebase origin/master"

git rebase origin means "rebase from the tracking branch of origin", while git rebase origin/master means "rebase from the branch master of origin"

You must have a tracking branch in ~/Desktop/test, which means that git rebase origin knows which branch of origin to rebase with. If no tracking branch exists (in the case of ~/Desktop/fallstudie), git doesn't know which branch of origin it must take, and fails.

To fix this, you can make the branch track origin/master with:

git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/master 

Or, if master isn't the currently checked-out branch:

git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/master master

json_encode/json_decode - returns stdClass instead of Array in PHP

To answer the actual question:

Why does PHP turn the JSON Object into a class?

Take a closer look at the output of the encoded JSON, I've extended the example the OP is giving a little bit:

$array = array(
    'stuff' => 'things',
    'things' => array(
        'controller', 'playing card', 'newspaper', 'sand paper', 'monitor', 'tree'
    )
);
$arrayEncoded = json_encode($array);
echo $arrayEncoded;
//prints - {"stuff":"things","things":["controller","playing card","newspaper","sand paper","monitor","tree"]}

The JSON format was derived from the same standard as JavaScript (ECMAScript Programming Language Standard) and if you would look at the format it looks like JavaScript. It is a JSON object ({} = object) having a property "stuff" with value "things" and has a property "things" with it's value being an array of strings ([] = array).

JSON (as JavaScript) doesn't know associative arrays only indexed arrays. So when JSON encoding a PHP associative array, this will result in a JSON string containing this array as an "object".

Now we're decoding the JSON again using json_decode($arrayEncoded). The decode function doesn't know where this JSON string originated from (a PHP array) so it is decoding into an unknown object, which is stdClass in PHP. As you will see, the "things" array of strings WILL decode into an indexed PHP array.

Also see:


Thanks to https://www.randomlists.com/things for the 'things'

What is the worst programming language you ever worked with?

For my senior design, we programmed a Canon camera to produce depth maps using CHDK. Most of the code was written in C, but you have to interface to it with this ridiculous language called uBasic. Basically, it wasn't implemented with a proper parser, and so variables can only be 1 letter, it's insanely slow, and if you make a mistake, the camera just shuts off.

How do I make a delay in Java?

If you want to pause then use java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit:

TimeUnit.SECONDS.sleep(1);

To sleep for one second or

TimeUnit.MINUTES.sleep(1);

To sleep for a minute.

As this is a loop, this presents an inherent problem - drift. Every time you run code and then sleep you will be drifting a little bit from running, say, every second. If this is an issue then don't use sleep.

Further, sleep isn't very flexible when it comes to control.

For running a task every second or at a one second delay I would strongly recommend a ScheduledExecutorService and either scheduleAtFixedRate or scheduleWithFixedDelay.

For example, to run the method myTask every second (Java 8):

public static void main(String[] args) {
    final ScheduledExecutorService executorService = Executors.newSingleThreadScheduledExecutor();
    executorService.scheduleAtFixedRate(App::myTask, 0, 1, TimeUnit.SECONDS);
}

private static void myTask() {
    System.out.println("Running");
}

And in Java 7:

public static void main(String[] args) {
    final ScheduledExecutorService executorService = Executors.newSingleThreadScheduledExecutor();
    executorService.scheduleAtFixedRate(new Runnable() {
        @Override
        public void run() {
            myTask();
        }
    }, 0, 1, TimeUnit.SECONDS);
}

private static void myTask() {
    System.out.println("Running");
}

MySQL table is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed

Try running the following query:

repair table <table_name>;

I had the same issue and it solved me the problem.

How to send email to multiple recipients with addresses stored in Excel?

ToAddress = "[email protected]"
ToAddress1 = "[email protected]"
ToAddress2 = "[email protected]"
MessageSubject = "It works!."
Set ol = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set newMail = ol.CreateItem(olMailItem)
newMail.Subject = MessageSubject
newMail.RecipIents.Add(ToAddress)
newMail.RecipIents.Add(ToAddress1)
newMail.RecipIents.Add(ToAddress2)
newMail.Send

What is HEAD in Git?

I'd just like to detail a few things in Greg Hewgil's accepted answer. According to the Git Pocket Guide

Branch:

the branch itself is defined as all points reachable in the commit graph from the named commit (the “tip” of the branch).

HEAD: A special type of Ref

The special ref HEAD determines what branch you are on...

Refs

Git defines two kinds of references, or named pointers, which it calls “refs”:

  • A simple ref, which points directly to an object ID (usually a commit or tag)
  • A symbolic ref (or symref), which points to another ref (either simple or symbolic)

As Greg mentioned, HEAD can be in a "detached state". So HEAD can be either a simple ref (for a detached HEAD) or a symref.

if HEAD is a symbolic ref for an existing branch, then you are “on” that branch. If, on the other hand, HEAD is a simple ref directly naming a commit by its SHA-1 ID, then you are not “on” any branch, but rather in “detached HEAD” mode, which happens when you check out some earlier commit to examine.

Force “landscape” orientation mode

It is now possible with the HTML5 webapp manifest. See below.


Original answer:

You can't lock a website or a web application in a specific orientation. It goes against the natural behaviour of the device.

You can detect the device orientation with CSS3 media queries like this:

@media screen and (orientation:portrait) {
    // CSS applied when the device is in portrait mode
}

@media screen and (orientation:landscape) {
    // CSS applied when the device is in landscape mode
}

Or by binding a JavaScript orientation change event like this:

document.addEventListener("orientationchange", function(event){
    switch(window.orientation) 
    {  
        case -90: case 90:
            /* Device is in landscape mode */
            break; 
        default:
            /* Device is in portrait mode */
    }
});

Update on November 12, 2014: It is now possible with the HTML5 webapp manifest.

As explained on html5rocks.com, you can now force the orientation mode using a manifest.json file.

You need to include those line into the json file:

{
    "display":      "standalone", /* Could be "fullscreen", "standalone", "minimal-ui", or "browser" */
    "orientation":  "landscape", /* Could be "landscape" or "portrait" */
    ...
}

And you need to include the manifest into your html file like this:

<link rel="manifest" href="manifest.json">

Not exactly sure what the support is on the webapp manifest for locking orientation mode, but Chrome is definitely there. Will update when I have the info.

annotation to make a private method public only for test classes

We recently released a library that helps a lot to access private fields, methods and inner classes through reflection : BoundBox

For a class like

public class Outer {
    private static class Inner {
        private int foo() {return 2;}
    }
}

It provides a syntax like :

Outer outer = new Outer();
Object inner = BoundBoxOfOuter.boundBox_new_Inner();
new BoundBoxOfOuter.BoundBoxOfInner(inner).foo();

The only thing you have to do to create the BoundBox class is to write @BoundBox(boundClass=Outer.class) and the BoundBoxOfOuter class will be instantly generated.

estimating of testing effort as a percentage of development time

Are you talking about automated unit/integration tests or manual tests?

For the former, my rule of thumb (based on measurements) is 40-50% added to development time i.e. if developing a use case takes 10 days (before an QA and serious bugfixing happens), writing good tests takes another 4 to 5 days - though this should best happen before and during development, not afterwards.

Java current machine name and logged in user?

Using user.name is not secure as environment variables can be faked. Method you were using is good, there are similar methods for unix based OS as well

Where does R store packages?

You do not want the '='

Use .libPaths("C:/R/library") in you Rprofile.site file

And make sure you have correct " symbol (Shift-2)

Get width height of remote image from url

ES6: Using async/await you can do below getMeta function in sequence-like way and you can use it as follows (which is almost identical to code in your question (I add await keyword and change variable end to img, and change var to let keyword). You need to run getMeta by await only from async function (run).

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_x000D_
function getMeta(url) {
    return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
        let img = new Image();
        img.onload = () => resolve(img);
        img.onerror = () => reject();
        img.src = url;
    });
}

async function run() {

  let img = await getMeta("http://shijitht.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/github.png");

  let w = img.width;
  let h = img.height; 

  size.innerText = `width=${w}px, height=${h}px`;
  size.appendChild(img);
}

run();
_x000D_
<div id="size" />
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

What does it mean: The serializable class does not declare a static final serialVersionUID field?

The reasons for warning are documented here, and the simple fixes are to turn off the warning or put the following declaration in your code to supply the version UID. The actual value is not relevant, start with 999 if you like, but changing it when you make incompatible changes to the class is.

public class HelloWorldSwing extends JFrame {

        JTextArea m_resultArea = new JTextArea(6, 30);
        private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

Error: Cannot find module 'webpack'

Open npm command prompt and -- cd solution folder and then just run npm link webpack in NPM cmd prommt and re build..

How to enable or disable an anchor using jQuery?

Try the below lines

$("#yourbuttonid").attr("disabled", "disabled");
$("#yourbuttonid").removeAttr("href");

Coz, Even if you disable <a> tag href will work so you must remove href also.

When you want enable try below lines

$("#yourbuttonid").removeAttr("disabled");
$("#yourbuttonid").attr("href", "#nav-panel");

How can I check if a user is logged-in in php?

You may do a session and place it:

// Start session
session_start();

// Check do the person logged in
if($_SESSION['username']==NULL){
    // Haven't log in
    echo "You haven't log in";
}else{
    // Logged in
    echo "Successfully logged in!";
}

Note: you must make a form which contain $_SESSION['username'] = $login_input_username;

Why are my PHP files showing as plain text?

You need to configure Apache (the webserver) to process PHP scripts as PHP. Check Apache's configuration. You need to load the module (the path may differ on your system):

LoadModule php5_module "c:/php/php5apache.dll"

And you also need to tell Apache what to process with PHP:

AddType application/x-httpd-php .php

See the documentation for more details.

TypeError: cannot perform reduce with flexible type

It looks like your 'trainData' is a list of strings:

['-214' '-153' '-58' ..., '36' '191' '-37']

Change your 'trainData' to a numeric type.

 import numpy as np
 np.array(['1','2','3']).astype(np.float)

Attach IntelliJ IDEA debugger to a running Java process

Yes! Here is how you set it up.

Run Configuration

Create a Remote run configuration:

  1. Run -> Edit Configurations...
  2. Click the "+" in the upper left
  3. Select the "Remote" option in the left-most pane
  4. Choose a name (I named mine "remote-debugging")
  5. Click "OK" to save:

enter image description here

JVM Options

The configuration above provides three read-only fields. These are options that tell the JVM to open up port 5005 for remote debugging when running your application. Add the appropriate one to the JVM options of the application you are debugging. One way you might do this would be like so:

export JAVA_OPTS="-agentlib:jdwp=transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n,address=5005"

But it depends on how your run your application. If you're not sure which of the three applies to you, start with the first and go down the list until you find the one that works.

You can change suspend=n to suspend=y to force your application to wait until you connect with IntelliJ before it starts up. This is helpful if the breakpoint you want to hit occurs on application startup.

Debug

Start your application as you would normally, then in IntelliJ select the new configuration and hit 'Debug'.

enter image description here

IntelliJ will connect to the JVM and initiate remote debugging.

You can now debug the application by adding breakpoints to your code where desired. The output of the application will still appear wherever it did before, but your breakpoints will hit in IntelliJ.

OnClickListener in Android Studio

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
   super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);

    setContentView(R.layout.activity_my);
    titolorecuperato = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.textView);
    String stitolo = titolorecuperato.getText().toString();

    Button btnHome = (Button) findViewById(R.id.button);

    btnHome.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {

       @Override
        public void onClick(View view) {

       }
});

same thing as Nic007 said before.

You do need to write code inside "onCreate" method. Sorry me too for the indent... (first comment here)

Int division: Why is the result of 1/3 == 0?

Because it treats 1 and 3 as integers, therefore rounding the result down to 0, so that it is an integer.

To get the result you are looking for, explicitly tell java that the numbers are doubles like so:

double g = 1.0/3.0;

How to get base URL in Web API controller?

Al WebApi 2, just calling HttpContext.Current.Request.Path;

How to check if a database exists in SQL Server?

IF EXISTS (SELECT name FROM master.sys.databases WHERE name = N'YourDatabaseName')
  Do your thing...

By the way, this came directly from SQL Server Studio, so if you have access to this tool, I recommend you start playing with the various "Script xxxx AS" functions that are available. Will make your life easier! :)

TypeScript: Creating an empty typed container array

Please try this which it works for me.

return [] as Criminal[];

Exposing the current state name with ui router

Use Timeout

$timeout(function () { console.log($state.current, 'this is working fine'); }, 100);

See - https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router/issues/1627

Turning multi-line string into single comma-separated

$ awk -v ORS=, '{print $2}' data.txt | sed 's/,$//'
+12.0,+15.5,+9.0,+13.5

$ cat data.txt | tr -s ' ' | cut -d ' ' -f 2 | tr '\n' ',' | sed 's/,$//'
+12.0,+15.5,+9.0,+13.5