Programs & Examples On #Explain

Explain is a SQL command that shows the execution plan of a query.

String method cannot be found in a main class method

It seem like your Resort method doesn't declare a compareTo method. This method typically belongs to the Comparable interface. Make sure your class implements it.

Additionally, the compareTo method is typically implemented as accepting an argument of the same type as the object the method gets invoked on. As such, you shouldn't be passing a String argument, but rather a Resort.

Alternatively, you can compare the names of the resorts. For example

if (resortList[mid].getResortName().compareTo(resortName)>0)  

Understanding esModuleInterop in tsconfig file

Problem statement

Problem occurs when we want to import CommonJS module into ES6 module codebase.

Before these flags we had to import CommonJS modules with star (* as something) import:

// node_modules/moment/index.js
exports = moment
// index.ts file in our app
import * as moment from 'moment'
moment(); // not compliant with es6 module spec

// transpiled js (simplified):
const moment = require("moment");
moment();

We can see that * was somehow equivalent to exports variable. It worked fine, but it wasn't compliant with es6 modules spec. In spec, the namespace record in star import (moment in our case) can be only a plain object, not callable (moment() is not allowed).

Solution

With flag esModuleInterop we can import CommonJS modules in compliance with es6 modules spec. Now our import code looks like this:

// index.ts file in our app
import moment from 'moment'
moment(); // compliant with es6 module spec

// transpiled js with esModuleInterop (simplified):
const moment = __importDefault(require('moment'));
moment.default();

It works and it's perfectly valid with es6 modules spec, because moment is not namespace from star import, it's default import.

But how does it work? As you can see, because we did a default import, we called the default property on a moment object. But we didn't declare a default property on the exports object in the moment library. The key is the __importDefault function. It assigns module (exports) to the default property for CommonJS modules:

var __importDefault = (this && this.__importDefault) || function (mod) {
    return (mod && mod.__esModule) ? mod : { "default": mod };
};

As you can see, we import es6 modules as they are, but CommonJS modules are wrapped into an object with the default key. This makes it possible to import defaults on CommonJS modules.

__importStar does the similar job - it returns untouched esModules, but translates CommonJS modules into modules with a default property:

// index.ts file in our app
import * as moment from 'moment'

// transpiled js with esModuleInterop (simplified):
const moment = __importStar(require("moment"));
// note that "moment" is now uncallable - ts will report error!
var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
    var result = {};
    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) result[k] = mod[k];
    result["default"] = mod;
    return result;
};

Synthetic imports

And what about allowSyntheticDefaultImports - what is it for? Now the docs should be clear:

Allow default imports from modules with no default export. This does not affect code emit, just typechecking.

In moment typings we don't have specified default export, and we shouldn't have, because it's available only with flag esModuleInterop on. So allowSyntheticDefaultImports will not report an error if we want to import default from a third-party module which doesn't have a default export.

react hooks useEffect() cleanup for only componentWillUnmount?

instead of creating too many complicated functions and methods what I do is I create an event listener and automatically have mount and unmount done for me without having to worry about doing it manually. Here is an example.

//componentDidMount
useEffect( () => {

    window.addEventListener("load",  pageLoad);

    //component will unmount
    return () => {
       
        window.removeEventListener("load", pageLoad);
    }

 });

now that this part is done I just run anything I want from the pageLoad function like this.

const pageLoad = () =>{
console.log(I was mounted and unmounted automatically :D)}

UnhandledPromiseRejectionWarning: This error originated either by throwing inside of an async function without a catch block

.catch(error => { throw error}) is a no-op. It results in unhandled rejection in route handler.

As explained in this answer, Express doesn't support promises, all rejections should be handled manually:

router.get("/emailfetch", authCheck, async (req, res, next) => {
  try {
  //listing messages in users mailbox 
    let emailFetch = await gmaiLHelper.getEmails(req.user._doc.profile_id , '/messages', req.user.accessToken)
    emailFetch = emailFetch.data
    res.send(emailFetch)
  } catch (err) {
    next(err);
  }
})

What is the meaning of "Failed building wheel for X" in pip install?

Yesterday, I got the same error: Failed building wheel for hddfancontrol when I ran pip3 install hddfancontrol. The result was Failed to build hddfancontrol. The cause was error: invalid command 'bdist_wheel' and Running setup.py bdist_wheel for hddfancontrol ... error. The error was fixed by running the following:

 pip3 install wheel

(From here.)

Alternatively, the "wheel" can be downloaded directly from here. When downloaded, it can be installed by running the following:

pip3 install "/the/file_path/to/wheel-0.32.3-py2.py3-none-any.whl"

Getting all documents from one collection in Firestore

if you need to include the key of the document in the response, another alternative is:

async getMarker() {
    const snapshot = await firebase.firestore().collection('events').get()
    const documents = [];
    snapshot.forEach(doc => {
       documents[doc.id] = doc.data();
    });
    return documents;
}

Google Recaptcha v3 example demo

I am assuming you have site key and secret in place. Follow this step.

In your HTML file, add the script.

 <script src="https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js?render=put your site key here"></script>

Also, do use jQuery for easy event handling.

Here is the simple form.

 <form id="comment_form" action="form.php" method="post" >
      <input type="email" name="email" placeholder="Type your email" size="40"><br><br>
      <textarea name="comment" rows="8" cols="39"></textarea><br><br>
      <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Post comment"><br><br>
    </form>

You need to initialize the Google recaptcha and listen for the ready event. Here is how to do that.

     <script>
       // when form is submit
    $('#comment_form').submit(function() {
        // we stoped it
        event.preventDefault();
        var email = $('#email').val();
        var comment = $("#comment").val();
        // needs for recaptacha ready
        grecaptcha.ready(function() {
            // do request for recaptcha token
            // response is promise with passed token
            grecaptcha.execute('put your site key here', {action: 'create_comment'}).then(function(token) {
                // add token to form
                $('#comment_form').prepend('<input type="hidden" name="g-recaptcha-response" value="' + token + '">');
                $.post("form.php",{email: email, comment: comment, token: token}, function(result) {
                        console.log(result);
                        if(result.success) {
                                alert('Thanks for posting comment.')
                        } else {
                                alert('You are spammer ! Get the @$%K out.')
                        }
                });
            });
        });
  });
  </script>

Here is the sample PHP file. You can use Servlet or Node or any backend language in place of it.

<?php

        $email;$comment;$captcha;
        if(isset($_POST['email'])){
          $email=$_POST['email'];
        }if(isset($_POST['comment'])){
          $comment=$_POST['comment'];
        }if(isset($_POST['token'])){
          $captcha=$_POST['token'];
          }
        if(!$captcha){
          echo '<h2>Please check the the captcha form.</h2>';
          exit;
        }
        $secretKey = "put your secret key here";
        $ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];

        // post request to server

        $url =  'https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api/siteverify?secret=' . urlencode($secretKey) .  '&response=' . urlencode($captcha);
        $response = file_get_contents($url);
        $responseKeys = json_decode($response,true);
        header('Content-type: application/json');
        if($responseKeys["success"]) {
                echo json_encode(array('success' => 'true'));
        } else {
                echo json_encode(array('success' => 'false'));
        }
?>

Here is the tutorial link: https://codeforgeek.com/2019/02/google-recaptcha-v3-tutorial/

Hope it helps.

What is AndroidX?

I got to know about AndroidX from this Android Dev Summit video. The summarization is -

  1. No more support library: The android support library will be never maintained by Google under the support library namespace. So if you want to find fixes of a bug in support library you must have to migrate your project in AndroidX
  2. Better package management: For standardized and independent versioning.Because previous support library versioning was too confusing. It will release you the pain of “All com.android.support libraries must use the exact same version specification” message.
  3. Other God libraries have migrated to AndroidX: Google play services, Firebase, Mockito 2, etc are migrated to AndroidX.
  4. New libraries will be published using AndroidX artifact: All the libraries will be in the AndroidX namespace like Android Jetpack

curl: (35) error:1408F10B:SSL routines:ssl3_get_record:wrong version number

If anyone is getting this error using Nginx, try adding the following to your server config:

server {
    listen 443 ssl;
    ...
}

The issue stems from Nginx serving an HTTP server to a client expecting HTTPS on whatever port you're listening on. When you specify ssl in the listen directive, you clear this up on the server side.

MongoNetworkError: failed to connect to server [localhost:27017] on first connect [MongoNetworkError: connect ECONNREFUSED 127.0.0.1:27017]

If Install before Mongodb Just Start with this code :

brew services start mongodb-community
next => mongod

If Not Install before this Way

1.brew tap mongodb/brew
2.brew install mongodb-community
3.brew services start mongodb-community
4.mongod

Pytorch tensor to numpy array

While other answers perfectly explained the question I will add some real life examples converting tensors to numpy array:

Example: Shared storage

PyTorch tensor residing on CPU shares the same storage as numpy array na

import torch
a = torch.ones((1,2))
print(a)
na = a.numpy()
na[0][0]=10
print(na)
print(a)

Output:

tensor([[1., 1.]])
[[10.  1.]]
tensor([[10.,  1.]])

Example: Eliminate effect of shared storage, copy numpy array first

To avoid the effect of shared storage we need to copy() the numpy array na to a new numpy array nac. Numpy copy() method creates the new separate storage.

import torch
a = torch.ones((1,2))
print(a)
na = a.numpy()
nac = na.copy()
nac[0][0]=10
?print(nac)
print(na)
print(a)

Output:

tensor([[1., 1.]])
[[10.  1.]]
[[1. 1.]]
tensor([[1., 1.]])

Now, just the nac numpy array will be altered with the line nac[0][0]=10, na and a will remain as is.

Example: CPU tensor with requires_grad=True

import torch
a = torch.ones((1,2), requires_grad=True)
print(a)
na = a.detach().numpy()
na[0][0]=10
print(na)
print(a)

Output:

tensor([[1., 1.]], requires_grad=True)
[[10.  1.]]
tensor([[10.,  1.]], requires_grad=True)

In here we call:

na = a.numpy() 

This would cause: RuntimeError: Can't call numpy() on Tensor that requires grad. Use tensor.detach().numpy() instead., because tensors that require_grad=True are recorded by PyTorch AD. Note that tensor.detach() is the new way for tensor.data.

This explains why we need to detach() them first before converting using numpy().

Example: CUDA tensor with requires_grad=False

a = torch.ones((1,2), device='cuda')
print(a)
na = a.to('cpu').numpy()
na[0][0]=10
print(na)
print(a)

Output:

tensor([[1., 1.]], device='cuda:0')
[[10.  1.]]
tensor([[1., 1.]], device='cuda:0')

?

Example: CUDA tensor with requires_grad=True

a = torch.ones((1,2), device='cuda', requires_grad=True)
print(a)
na = a.detach().to('cpu').numpy()
na[0][0]=10
?print(na)
print(a)

Output:

tensor([[1., 1.]], device='cuda:0', requires_grad=True)
[[10.  1.]]
tensor([[1., 1.]], device='cuda:0', requires_grad=True)

Without detach() method the error RuntimeError: Can't call numpy() on Tensor that requires grad. Use tensor.detach().numpy() instead. will be set.

Without .to('cpu') method TypeError: can't convert cuda:0 device type tensor to numpy. Use Tensor.cpu() to copy the tensor to host memory first. will be set.

You could use cpu() but instead of to('cpu') but I prefer the newer to('cpu').

React : difference between <Route exact path="/" /> and <Route path="/" />

In this example, nothing really. The exact param comes into play when you have multiple paths that have similar names:

For example, imagine we had a Users component that displayed a list of users. We also have a CreateUser component that is used to create users. The url for CreateUsers should be nested under Users. So our setup could look something like this:

<Switch>
  <Route path="/users" component={Users} />
  <Route path="/users/create" component={CreateUser} />
</Switch>

Now the problem here, when we go to http://app.com/users the router will go through all of our defined routes and return the FIRST match it finds. So in this case, it would find the Users route first and then return it. All good.

But, if we went to http://app.com/users/create, it would again go through all of our defined routes and return the FIRST match it finds. React router does partial matching, so /users partially matches /users/create, so it would incorrectly return the Users route again!

The exact param disables the partial matching for a route and makes sure that it only returns the route if the path is an EXACT match to the current url.

So in this case, we should add exact to our Users route so that it will only match on /users:

<Switch>
  <Route exact path="/users" component={Users} />
  <Route path="/users/create" component={CreateUser} />
</Switch>

The docs explain exact in detail and give other examples.

How can I go back/route-back on vue-router?

Another solution is using vue-router-back-mixin

import BackMixin from `vue-router-back-mixin`

export default {
  ...
  mixins: [BackMixin],
  methods() {
    goBack() {
      this.backMixin_handleBack()
    }
  }
  ...
}

axios post request to send form data

i needed to calculate the content length aswell

const formHeaders = form.getHeaders();
formHeaders["Content-Length"] = form.getLengthSync()

const config = {headers: formHeaders}

return axios.post(url, form, config)
.then(res => {
    console.log(`form uploaded`)
})

How and where to use ::ng-deep?

Usually /deep/ “shadow-piercing” combinator can be used to force a style down to child components. This selector had an alias >>> and now has another one called ::ng-deep.

since /deep/ combinator has been deprecated, it is recommended to use ::ng-deep

For example:

<div class="overview tab-pane" id="overview" role="tabpanel" [innerHTML]="project?.getContent( 'DETAILS')"></div>

and css

.overview {
    ::ng-deep {
        p {
            &:last-child {
                margin-bottom: 0;
            }
        }
    }
}

it will be applied to child components

How can I read pdf in python?

You can USE PyPDF2 package

#install pyDF2
pip install PyPDF2

# importing all the required modules
import PyPDF2

# creating an object 
file = open('example.pdf', 'rb')

# creating a pdf reader object
fileReader = PyPDF2.PdfFileReader(file)

# print the number of pages in pdf file
print(fileReader.numPages)

Follow this Documentation http://pythonhosted.org/PyPDF2/

Maintaining href "open in new tab" with an onClick handler in React

The answer from @gunn is correct, target="_blank makes the link open in a new tab.

But this can be a security risk for you page; you can read about it here. There is a simple solution for that: adding rel="noopener noreferrer".

<a style={{display: "table-cell"}} href = "someLink" target = "_blank" 
rel = "noopener noreferrer">text</a>

what is .subscribe in angular?

subscribe() -Invokes an execution of an Observable and registers Observer handlers for notifications it will emit. -Observable- representation of any set of values over any amount of time.

Selection with .loc in python

  1. Whenever slicing (a:n) can be used, it can be replaced by fancy indexing (e.g. [a,b,c,...,n]). Fancy indexing is nothing more than listing explicitly all the index values instead of specifying only the limits.

  2. Whenever fancy indexing can be used, it can be replaced by a list of Boolean values (a mask) the same size than the index. The value will be True for index values that would have been included in the fancy index, and False for the values that would have been excluded. It's another way of listing some index values, but which can be easily automated in NumPy and Pandas, e.g by a logical comparison (like in your case).

The second replacement possibility is the one used in your example. In:

iris_data.loc[iris_data['class'] == 'versicolor', 'class'] = 'Iris-versicolor'

the mask

iris_data['class'] == 'versicolor'

is a replacement for a long and silly fancy index which would be list of row numbers where class column (a Series) has the value versicolor.

Whether a Boolean mask appears within a .iloc or .loc (e.g. df.loc[mask]) indexer or directly as the index (e.g. df[mask]) depends on wether a slice is allowed as a direct index. Such cases are shown in the following indexer cheat-sheet:

Pandas indexers loc and iloc cheat-sheet
Pandas indexers loc and iloc cheat-sheet

Returning JSON object as response in Spring Boot

you can also use a hashmap for this

@GetMapping
public HashMap<String, Object> get() {
    HashMap<String, Object> map = new HashMap<>();
    map.put("key1", "value1");
    map.put("results", somePOJO);
    return map;
}

Multiple conditions in ngClass - Angular 4

I hope this is one of the basic conditional classes

Solution: 1

<section [ngClass]="(condition)? 'class1 class2 ... classN' : 'another class1 ... classN' ">

Solution 2

<section [ngClass]="(condition)? 'class1 class2 ... classN' : '(condition)? 'class1 class2 ... classN':'another class' ">

Solution 3

<section [ngClass]="'myclass': condition, 'className2': condition2">

Keras input explanation: input_shape, units, batch_size, dim, etc

Input Dimension Clarified:

Not a direct answer, but I just realized the word Input Dimension could be confusing enough, so be wary:

It (the word dimension alone) can refer to:

a) The dimension of Input Data (or stream) such as # N of sensor axes to beam the time series signal, or RGB color channel (3): suggested word=> "InputStream Dimension"

b) The total number /length of Input Features (or Input layer) (28 x 28 = 784 for the MINST color image) or 3000 in the FFT transformed Spectrum Values, or

"Input Layer / Input Feature Dimension"

c) The dimensionality (# of dimension) of the input (typically 3D as expected in Keras LSTM) or (#RowofSamples, #of Senors, #of Values..) 3 is the answer.

"N Dimensionality of Input"

d) The SPECIFIC Input Shape (eg. (30,50,50,3) in this unwrapped input image data, or (30, 250, 3) if unwrapped Keras:

Keras has its input_dim refers to the Dimension of Input Layer / Number of Input Feature

model = Sequential()
model.add(Dense(32, input_dim=784))  #or 3 in the current posted example above
model.add(Activation('relu'))

In Keras LSTM, it refers to the total Time Steps

The term has been very confusing, is correct and we live in a very confusing world!!

I find one of the challenge in Machine Learning is to deal with different languages or dialects and terminologies (like if you have 5-8 highly different versions of English, then you need to very high proficiency to converse with different speakers). Probably this is the same in programming languages too.

How to download Visual Studio Community Edition 2015 (not 2017)

You can use these links to download Visual Studio 2015

Community Edition:

And for anyone in the future who might be looking for the other editions here are the links for them as well:

Professional Edition:

Enterprise Edition:

How to style a clicked button in CSS

button:hover is just when you move the cursor over the button.
Try button:active instead...will work for other elements as well

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  color: red;_x000D_
}
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How to enable Google Play App Signing

Do the following :

"CREATE APPLICATION" having the same name which you want to upload before.
Click create.
After creation of the app now click on the "App releases"
Click on the "MANAGE PRODUCTION"
Click on the "CREATE RELEASE"
Here you see "Google Play App Signing" dialog.
Just click on the "OPT-OUT" button.
It will ask you to confirm it. Just click on the "confirm" button

Gradle - Could not target platform: 'Java SE 8' using tool chain: 'JDK 7 (1.7)'

This is what worked for me (Intellij Idea 2018.1.2):

1) Navigate to: File -> Settings -> Build, Execution, Deployment -> Build Tools -> Gradle

2) Gradle JVM: change to version 1.8

3) Re-run the gradle task

Understanding __getitem__ method

The magic method __getitem__ is basically used for accessing list items, dictionary entries, array elements etc. It is very useful for a quick lookup of instance attributes.

Here I am showing this with an example class Person that can be instantiated by 'name', 'age', and 'dob' (date of birth). The __getitem__ method is written in a way that one can access the indexed instance attributes, such as first or last name, day, month or year of the dob, etc.

import copy

# Constants that can be used to index date of birth's Date-Month-Year
D = 0; M = 1; Y = -1

class Person(object):
    def __init__(self, name, age, dob):
        self.name = name
        self.age = age
        self.dob = dob

    def __getitem__(self, indx):
        print ("Calling __getitem__")
        p = copy.copy(self)

        p.name = p.name.split(" ")[indx]
        p.dob = p.dob[indx] # or, p.dob = p.dob.__getitem__(indx)
        return p

Suppose one user input is as follows:

p = Person(name = 'Jonab Gutu', age = 20, dob=(1, 1, 1999))

With the help of __getitem__ method, the user can access the indexed attributes. e.g.,

print p[0].name # print first (or last) name
print p[Y].dob  # print (Date or Month or ) Year of the 'date of birth'

ExpressionChangedAfterItHasBeenCheckedError Explained

A lot of understanding came once I understood the Angular Lifecycle Hooks and their relationship with change detection.

I was trying to get Angular to update a global flag bound to the *ngIf of an element, and I was trying to change that flag inside of the ngOnInit() life cycle hook of another component.

According to the documentation, this method is called after Angular has already detected changes:

Called once, after the first ngOnChanges().

So updating the flag inside of ngOnChanges() won't initiate change detection. Then, once change detection has naturally triggered again, the flag's value has changed and the error is thrown.

In my case, I changed this:

constructor(private globalEventsService: GlobalEventsService) {

}

ngOnInit() {
    this.globalEventsService.showCheckoutHeader = true;
}

To this:

constructor(private globalEventsService: GlobalEventsService) {
    this.globalEventsService.showCheckoutHeader = true;
}

ngOnInit() {

}

and it fixed the problem :)

Spark difference between reduceByKey vs groupByKey vs aggregateByKey vs combineByKey

Then apart from these 4, we have

foldByKey which is same as reduceByKey but with a user defined Zero Value.

AggregateByKey takes 3 parameters as input and uses 2 functions for merging(one for merging on same partitions and another to merge values across partition. The first parameter is ZeroValue)

whereas

ReduceBykey takes 1 parameter only which is a function for merging.

CombineByKey takes 3 parameter and all 3 are functions. Similar to aggregateBykey except it can have a function for ZeroValue.

GroupByKey takes no parameter and groups everything. Also, it is an overhead for data transfer across partitions.

How to switch Python versions in Terminal?

The simplest way would be to add an alias to python3 to always point to the native python installed. Add this line to the .bash_profile file in your $HOME directory at the last,

alias python="python3"

Doing so makes the changes to be reflected on every interactive shell opened.

App.settings - the Angular way?

Here's my two solutions for this

1. Store in json files

Just make a json file and get in your component by $http.get() method. If I was need this very low then it's good and quick.

2. Store by using data services

If you want to store and use in all components or having large usage then it's better to use data service. Like this :

  1. Just create static folder inside src/app folder.

  2. Create a file named as fuels.ts into static folder. You can store other static files here also. Let define your data like this. Assuming you having fuels data.

__

export const Fuels {

   Fuel: [
    { "id": 1, "type": "A" },
    { "id": 2, "type": "B" },
    { "id": 3, "type": "C" },
    { "id": 4, "type": "D" },
   ];
   }
  1. Create a file name static.services.ts

__

import { Injectable } from "@angular/core";
import { Fuels } from "./static/fuels";

@Injectable()
export class StaticService {

  constructor() { }

  getFuelData(): Fuels[] {
    return Fuels;
  }
 }`
  1. Now You can make this available for every module

just import in app.module.ts file like this and change in providers

import { StaticService } from './static.services';

providers: [StaticService]

Now use this as StaticService in any module.

That's All.

Purpose of "%matplotlib inline"

Starting with IPython 5.0 and matplotlib 2.0 you can avoid the use of IPython’s specific magic and use matplotlib.pyplot.ion()/matplotlib.pyplot.ioff() which have the advantages of working outside of IPython as well.

ipython docs

Uncaught (in promise) TypeError: Failed to fetch and Cors error

Adding mode:'no-cors' to the request header guarantees that no response will be available in the response

Adding a "non standard" header, line 'access-control-allow-origin' will trigger a OPTIONS preflight request, which your server must handle correctly in order for the POST request to even be sent

You're also doing fetch wrong ... fetch returns a "promise" for a Response object which has promise creators for json, text, etc. depending on the content type...

In short, if your server side handles CORS correctly (which from your comment suggests it does) the following should work

function send(){
    var myVar = {"id" : 1};
    console.log("tuleb siia", document.getElementById('saada').value);
    fetch("http://localhost:3000", {
        method: "POST",
        headers: {
            "Content-Type": "text/plain"
        },
        body: JSON.stringify(myVar)
    }).then(function(response) {
        return response.json();
    }).then(function(muutuja){
        document.getElementById('väljund').innerHTML = JSON.stringify(muutuja);
    });
}

however, since your code isn't really interested in JSON (it stringifies the object after all) - it's simpler to do

function send(){
    var myVar = {"id" : 1};
    console.log("tuleb siia", document.getElementById('saada').value);
    fetch("http://localhost:3000", {
        method: "POST",
        headers: {
            "Content-Type": "text/plain"
        },
        body: JSON.stringify(myVar)
    }).then(function(response) {
        return response.text();
    }).then(function(muutuja){
        document.getElementById('väljund').innerHTML = muutuja;
    });
}

How does the "view" method work in PyTorch?

Let's try to understand view by the following examples:

    a=torch.range(1,16)

print(a)

    tensor([ 1.,  2.,  3.,  4.,  5.,  6.,  7.,  8.,  9., 10., 11., 12., 13., 14.,
            15., 16.])

print(a.view(-1,2))

    tensor([[ 1.,  2.],
            [ 3.,  4.],
            [ 5.,  6.],
            [ 7.,  8.],
            [ 9., 10.],
            [11., 12.],
            [13., 14.],
            [15., 16.]])

print(a.view(2,-1,4))   #3d tensor

    tensor([[[ 1.,  2.,  3.,  4.],
             [ 5.,  6.,  7.,  8.]],

            [[ 9., 10., 11., 12.],
             [13., 14., 15., 16.]]])
print(a.view(2,-1,2))

    tensor([[[ 1.,  2.],
             [ 3.,  4.],
             [ 5.,  6.],
             [ 7.,  8.]],

            [[ 9., 10.],
             [11., 12.],
             [13., 14.],
             [15., 16.]]])

print(a.view(4,-1,2))

    tensor([[[ 1.,  2.],
             [ 3.,  4.]],

            [[ 5.,  6.],
             [ 7.,  8.]],

            [[ 9., 10.],
             [11., 12.]],

            [[13., 14.],
             [15., 16.]]])

-1 as an argument value is an easy way to compute the value of say x provided we know values of y, z or the other way round in case of 3d and for 2d again an easy way to compute the value of say x provided we know values of y or vice versa..

How does spring.jpa.hibernate.ddl-auto property exactly work in Spring?

For the record, the spring.jpa.hibernate.ddl-auto property is Spring Data JPA specific and is their way to specify a value that will eventually be passed to Hibernate under the property it knows, hibernate.hbm2ddl.auto.

The values create, create-drop, validate, and update basically influence how the schema tool management will manipulate the database schema at startup.

For example, the update operation will query the JDBC driver's API to get the database metadata and then Hibernate compares the object model it creates based on reading your annotated classes or HBM XML mappings and will attempt to adjust the schema on-the-fly.

The update operation for example will attempt to add new columns, constraints, etc but will never remove a column or constraint that may have existed previously but no longer does as part of the object model from a prior run.

Typically in test case scenarios, you'll likely use create-drop so that you create your schema, your test case adds some mock data, you run your tests, and then during the test case cleanup, the schema objects are dropped, leaving an empty database.

In development, it's often common to see developers use update to automatically modify the schema to add new additions upon restart. But again understand, this does not remove a column or constraint that may exist from previous executions that is no longer necessary.

In production, it's often highly recommended you use none or simply don't specify this property. That is because it's common practice for DBAs to review migration scripts for database changes, particularly if your database is shared across multiple services and applications.

How do I use the Tensorboard callback of Keras?

There are few things.

First, not /Graph but ./Graph

Second, when you use the TensorBoard callback, always pass validation data, because without it, it wouldn't start.

Third, if you want to use anything except scalar summaries, then you should only use the fit method because fit_generator will not work. Or you can rewrite the callback to work with fit_generator.

To add callbacks, just add it to model.fit(..., callbacks=your_list_of_callbacks)

console.log(result) returns [object Object]. How do I get result.name?

Try adding JSON.stringify(result) to convert the JS Object into a JSON string.

From your code I can see you are logging the result in error which is called if the AJAX request fails, so I'm not sure how you'd go about accessing the id/name/etc. then (you are checking for success inside the error condition!).

Note that if you use Chrome's console you should be able to browse through the object without having to stringify the JSON, which makes it easier to debug.

Can anyone explain me StandardScaler?

Following is a simple working example to explain how standarization calculation works. The theory part is already well explained in other answers.

>>>import numpy as np
>>>data = [[6, 2], [4, 2], [6, 4], [8, 2]]
>>>a = np.array(data)

>>>np.std(a, axis=0)
array([1.41421356, 0.8660254 ])

>>>np.mean(a, axis=0)
array([6. , 2.5])

>>>from sklearn.preprocessing import StandardScaler
>>>scaler = StandardScaler()
>>>scaler.fit(data)
>>>print(scaler.mean_)

#Xchanged = (X-µ)/s  WHERE s is Standard Deviation and µ is mean
>>>z=scaler.transform(data)
>>>z

Calculation

As you can see in the output, mean is [6. , 2.5] and std deviation is [1.41421356, 0.8660254 ]

Data is (0,1) position is 2 Standardization = (2 - 2.5)/0.8660254 = -0.57735027

Data in (1,0) position is 4 Standardization = (4-6)/1.41421356 = -1.414

Result After Standardization

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Check Mean and Std Deviation After Standardization

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Note: -2.77555756e-17 is very close to 0.

References

  1. Compare the effect of different scalers on data with outliers

  2. What's the difference between Normalization and Standardization?

  3. Mean of data scaled with sklearn StandardScaler is not zero

Project vs Repository in GitHub

In general, on GitHub, 1 repository = 1 project. For example: https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-boot . But it isn't a hard rule.

1 repository = many projects. For example: https://github.com/donhuvy/java_examples

1 projects = many repositories. For example: https://github.com/zendframework/zendframework (1 project named Zend Framework 3 has 61 + 1 = 62 repositories, don't believe? let count Zend Frameworks' modules + main repository)

I totally agree with @Brandon Ibbotson's comment:

A GitHub repository is just a "directory" where folders and files can exist.

What is an unhandled promise rejection?

In my case was Promise with no reject neither resolve, because my Promise function threw an exception. This mistake cause UnhandledPromiseRejectionWarning message.

Javascript: Fetch DELETE and PUT requests

Here is a fetch POST example. You can do the same for DELETE.

function createNewProfile(profile) {
    const formData = new FormData();
    formData.append('first_name', profile.firstName);
    formData.append('last_name', profile.lastName);
    formData.append('email', profile.email);

    return fetch('http://example.com/api/v1/registration', {
        method: 'POST',
        body: formData
    }).then(response => response.json())
}

createNewProfile(profile)
   .then((json) => {
       // handle success
    })
   .catch(error => error);

Deep-Learning Nan loss reasons

Although most of the points are already discussed. But I would like to highlight again one more reason for NaN which is missing.

tf.estimator.DNNClassifier(
    hidden_units, feature_columns, model_dir=None, n_classes=2, weight_column=None,
    label_vocabulary=None, optimizer='Adagrad', activation_fn=tf.nn.relu,
    dropout=None, config=None, warm_start_from=None,
    loss_reduction=losses_utils.ReductionV2.SUM_OVER_BATCH_SIZE, batch_norm=False
)

By default activation function is "Relu". It could be possible that intermediate layer's generating a negative value and "Relu" convert it into the 0. Which gradually stops training.

I observed the "LeakyRelu" able to solve such problems.

Bootstrap date time picker

In order to run the bootstrap date time picker you need to include Moment.js as well. Here is the working code sample in your case.

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      <meta charset="utf-8">_x000D_
      <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">_x000D_
      <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.7/css/bootstrap.min.css">_x000D_
      <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.4/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
      <script src="https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.7/js/bootstrap.min.js"></script>_x000D_
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      <!-- <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/bootstrap-datetimepicker.css"> -->_x000D_
      <script type="text/javascript" src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment.js/2.15.1/moment.min.js"></script>_x000D_
      <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/bootstrap-datetimepicker/4.17.43/css/bootstrap-datetimepicker.min.css"> _x000D_
      <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/bootstrap-datetimepicker/4.17.43/css/bootstrap-datetimepicker-standalone.css"> _x000D_
      <script type="text/javascript" src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/bootstrap-datetimepicker/4.17.43/js/bootstrap-datetimepicker.min.js"></script>_x000D_
    _x000D_
    </head>_x000D_
    _x000D_
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    <body>_x000D_
    _x000D_
       <div class="container">_x000D_
          <div class="row">_x000D_
            <div class='col-sm-6'>_x000D_
                <div class="form-group">_x000D_
                    <div class='input-group date' id='datetimepicker1'>_x000D_
                        <input type='text' class="form-control" />_x000D_
                        <span class="input-group-addon">_x000D_
                            <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-calendar"></span>_x000D_
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            <script type="text/javascript">_x000D_
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                    $('#datetimepicker1').datetimepicker();_x000D_
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'Source code does not match the bytecode' when debugging on a device

There's an open issue for this in Google's IssueTracker.

The potential solutions given in the issue (as of the date of this post) are:

  • Click Build -> Clean
  • Disable Instant Run, in Settings -> Build, Execution, Deployment

Support for ES6 in Internet Explorer 11

The statement from Microsoft regarding the end of Internet Explorer 11 support mentions that it will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support until its end of life. The wording of this statement leads me to believe that Microsoft has no plans to continue adding features to Internet Explorer 11, and instead will be focusing on Edge.

If you require ES6 features in Internet Explorer 11, check out a transpiler such as Babel.

Vue 2 - Mutating props vue-warn

YES!, mutating attributes in vue2 is anti-pattern. BUT... Just break the rules by using other rules, and go forward! What you need is adding .sync modifier to your component attribute in paret scope. <your-awesome-components :custom-attribute-as-prob.sync="value" />

It's simple we kill the batman

How to beautifully update a JPA entity in Spring Data?

If you need to work with DTOs rather than entities directly then you should retrieve the existing Customer instance and map the updated fields from the DTO to that.

Customer entity = //load from DB
//map fields from DTO to entity

NSCameraUsageDescription in iOS 10.0 runtime crash?

Use these raw values and copy in info.plist

    <key>NSCalendarsUsageDescription</key>
      <string>$(PRODUCT_NAME) calendar events</string>
    <key>NSRemindersUsageDescription</key>
      <string>$(PRODUCT_NAME) reminder use</string>
    <key>NSCameraUsageDescription</key>
      <string>This app requires to access your photo library to show image on profile and send via chat</string>
    <key>NSMicrophoneUsageDescription</key>
      <string>This app requires to access your microphone to record video with your voice send via chat</string>
    <key>NSPhotoLibraryUsageDescription</key>
      <string>This app requires to access your photo library to show image on profile and send via chat</string>
    <key>NSContactsUsageDescription</key>
       <string>$(PRODUCT_NAME) contact use</string>
    <key>NSLocationAlwaysUsageDescription</key>
      <string>$(PRODUCT_NAME) location use</string>
    <key>NSLocationWhenInUseUsageDescription</key>
      <string>$(PRODUCT_NAME) location use</string>

What is mapDispatchToProps?

mapStateToProps() is a utility which helps your component get updated state(which is updated by some other components),
mapDispatchToProps() is a utility which will help your component to fire an action event (dispatching action which may cause change of application state)

Setting a backgroundImage With React Inline Styles

try this:

style={{ backgroundImage: `url(require("path/image.ext"))` }}

Token based authentication in Web API without any user interface

ASP.Net Web API has Authorization Server build-in already. You can see it inside Startup.cs when you create a new ASP.Net Web Application with Web API template.

OAuthOptions = new OAuthAuthorizationServerOptions
{
    TokenEndpointPath = new PathString("/Token"),
    Provider = new ApplicationOAuthProvider(PublicClientId),
    AuthorizeEndpointPath = new PathString("/api/Account/ExternalLogin"),
    AccessTokenExpireTimeSpan = TimeSpan.FromDays(14),
    // In production mode set AllowInsecureHttp = false
    AllowInsecureHttp = true
};

All you have to do is to post URL encoded username and password inside query string.

/Token/userName=johndoe%40example.com&password=1234&grant_type=password

If you want to know more detail, you can watch User Registration and Login - Angular Front to Back with Web API by Deborah Kurata.

How to set Spring profile from system variable?

My solution is to set the environment variable as spring.profiles.active=development. So that all applications running in that machine will refer the variable and start the application. The order in which spring loads a properties as follows

application.properties
system properties
environment variable

How do I get an OAuth 2.0 authentication token in C#

Clearly:

Server side generating a token example

private string GenerateToken(string userName)
{
    var someClaims = new Claim[]{
        new Claim(JwtRegisteredClaimNames.UniqueName, userName),
        new Claim(JwtRegisteredClaimNames.Email, GetEmail(userName)),
        new Claim(JwtRegisteredClaimNames.NameId,Guid.NewGuid().ToString())
    };

    SecurityKey securityKey = new SymmetricSecurityKey(Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(_settings.Tokenizer.Key));
    var token = new JwtSecurityToken(
        issuer: _settings.Tokenizer.Issuer,
        audience: _settings.Tokenizer.Audience,
        claims: someClaims,
        expires: DateTime.Now.AddHours(_settings.Tokenizer.ExpiryHours),
        signingCredentials: new SigningCredentials(securityKey, SecurityAlgorithms.HmacSha256)
    );

    return new JwtSecurityTokenHandler().WriteToken(token);
}

(note: Tokenizer is my helper class that contains Issuer Audience etc..)

Definitely:

Client side getting a token for authentication

    public async Task<string> GetToken()
    {
        string token = "";
        var siteSettings = DependencyResolver.Current.GetService<SiteSettings>();

        var client = new HttpClient();
        client.BaseAddress = new Uri(siteSettings.PopularSearchRequest.StaticApiUrl);
        client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Clear();
        //client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Add(new MediaTypeWithQualityHeaderValue("application/json"));

        StatisticUserModel user = new StatisticUserModel()
        {
            Password = siteSettings.PopularSearchRequest.Password,
            Username = siteSettings.PopularSearchRequest.Username
        };

        string jsonUser = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(user, Formatting.Indented);
        var stringContent = new StringContent(jsonUser, Encoding.UTF8, "application/json");
        var response = await client.PostAsync(siteSettings.PopularSearchRequest.StaticApiUrl + "/api/token/new", stringContent);
        token = await response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();

        return token;
    }

You can use this token for the authorization (that is in the subsequent requests)

"OverflowError: Python int too large to convert to C long" on windows but not mac

You'll get that error once your numbers are greater than sys.maxsize:

>>> p = [sys.maxsize]
>>> preds[0] = p
>>> p = [sys.maxsize+1]
>>> preds[0] = p
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
OverflowError: Python int too large to convert to C long

You can confirm this by checking:

>>> import sys
>>> sys.maxsize
2147483647

To take numbers with larger precision, don't pass an int type which uses a bounded C integer behind the scenes. Use the default float:

>>> preds = np.zeros((1, 3))

TypeScript add Object to array with push

If your example represents your real code, the problem is not in the push, it's that your constructor doesn't do anything.

You need to declare and initialize the x and y members.

Explicitly:

export class Pixel {
    public x: number;
    public y: number;   
    constructor(x: number, y: number) {
        this.x = x;
        this.y = y;
    }
}

Or implicitly:

export class Pixel {
    constructor(public x: number, public y: number) {}
}

@HostBinding and @HostListener: what do they do and what are they for?

// begginers
@Component({
  selector: 'custom-comp',
  template: ` <div class="my-class" (click)="onClick()">CLICK ME</div> `,
})
export class CustomComp {
  onClick = () => console.log('click event');
}

// pros
@Component({
  selector: 'custom-comp',
  template: ` CLICK ME `,
})
export class CustomComp {
  @HostBinding('class') class = 'my-class';
  @HostListener('click') onClick = () => console.log('click event');
}

// experts
@Component({
  selector: 'custom-comp',
  template: ` CLICK ME `,
  host: {
    class: 'my-class',
    '(click)': 'onClick()',
  },
})
export class CustomComp {}

------------------------------------------------
The 1st way will result in:
<custom-comp>
   <div class="my-class" (click)="onClick()">
      CLICK ME
   <div>
</custom-comp>

The last 2 ways will result in:
<custom-comp class="my-class" (click)="onClick()">
   CLICK ME
</custom-comp>

Does Enter key trigger a click event?

Use (keyup.enter).

Angular can filter the key events for us. Angular has a special syntax for keyboard events. We can listen for just the Enter key by binding to Angular's keyup.enter pseudo-event.

Using event.target with React components

First argument in update method is SyntheticEvent object that contains common properties and methods to any event, it is not reference to React component where there is property props.

if you need pass argument to update method you can do it like this

onClick={ (e) => this.props.onClick(e, 'home', 'Home') }

and get these arguments inside update method

update(e, space, txt){
   console.log(e.target, space, txt);
}

Example


event.target gives you the native DOMNode, then you need to use the regular DOM APIs to access attributes. For instance getAttribute or dataset

<button 
  data-space="home" 
  className="home" 
  data-txt="Home" 
  onClick={ this.props.onClick } 
/> 
  Button
</button>

onClick(e) {
   console.log(e.target.dataset.txt, e.target.dataset.space);
}

Example

Firebase Permission Denied

Another solution is to actually create or login the user automatically if you already have the credentials handy. Here is how I do it using Plain JS.

function loginToFirebase(callback)
{
    let email = '[email protected]';
    let password = 'xxxxxxxxxxxxxx';
    let config =
    {
        apiKey: "xxx",
        authDomain: "xxxxx.firebaseapp.com",
        projectId: "xxx-xxx",
        databaseURL: "https://xxx-xxx.firebaseio.com",
        storageBucket: "gs://xx-xx.appspot.com",
    };

    if (!firebase.apps.length)
    {
        firebase.initializeApp(config);
    }

    let database = firebase.database();
    let storage = firebase.storage();

    loginFirebaseUser(email, password, callback);
}

function loginFirebaseUser(email, password, callback)
{
    console.log('Logging in Firebase User');

    firebase.auth().signInWithEmailAndPassword(email, password)
        .then(function ()
        {
            if (callback)
            {
                callback();
            }
        })
        .catch(function(login_error)
        {
            let loginErrorCode = login_error.code;
            let loginErrorMessage = login_error.message;

            console.log(loginErrorCode);
            console.log(loginErrorMessage);

            if (loginErrorCode === 'auth/user-not-found')
            {
                createFirebaseUser(email, password, callback)
            }
        });
}

function createFirebaseUser(email, password, callback)
{
    console.log('Creating Firebase User');

    firebase.auth().createUserWithEmailAndPassword(email, password)
        .then(function ()
        {
            if (callback)
            {
                callback();
            }
        })
        .catch(function(create_error)
        {
            let createErrorCode = create_error.code;
            let createErrorMessage = create_error.message;

            console.log(createErrorCode);
            console.log(createErrorMessage);
        });
}

How to solve the memory error in Python

Assuming your example text is representative of all the text, one line would consume about 75 bytes on my machine:

In [3]: sys.getsizeof('usedfor zipper fasten_coat')
Out[3]: 75

Doing some rough math:

75 bytes * 8,000,000 lines / 1024 / 1024 = ~572 MB

So roughly 572 meg to store the strings alone for one of these files. Once you start adding in additional, similarly structured and sized files, you'll quickly approach your virtual address space limits, as mentioned in @ShadowRanger's answer.

If upgrading your python isn't feasible for you, or if it only kicks the can down the road (you have finite physical memory after all), you really have two options: write your results to temporary files in-between loading in and reading the input files, or write your results to a database. Since you need to further post-process the strings after aggregating them, writing to a database would be the superior approach.

How to extend / inherit components?

Angular 2 version 2.3 was just released, and it includes native component inheritance. It looks like you can inherit and override whatever you want, except for templates and styles. Some references:

Toggle Class in React

You have to use the component's State to update component parameters such as Class Name if you want React to render your DOM correctly and efficiently.

UPDATE: I updated the example to toggle the Sidemenu on a button click. This is not necessary, but you can see how it would work. You might need to use "this.state" vs. "this.props" as I have shown. I'm used to working with Redux components.

constructor(props){
    super(props);
}

getInitialState(){
  return {"showHideSidenav":"hidden"};
}

render() {
    return (
        <div className="header">
            <i className="border hide-on-small-and-down"></i>
            <div className="container">
                <a ref="btn" onClick={this.toggleSidenav.bind(this)} href="#" className="btn-menu show-on-small"><i></i></a>
                <Menu className="menu hide-on-small-and-down"/>
                <Sidenav className={this.props.showHideSidenav}/>
            </div>
        </div>
    )
}

toggleSidenav() {
    var css = (this.props.showHideSidenav === "hidden") ? "show" : "hidden";
    this.setState({"showHideSidenav":css});
}

Now, when you toggle the state, the component will update and change the class name of the sidenav component. You can use CSS to show/hide the sidenav using the class names.

.hidden {
   display:none;
}
.show{
   display:block;
}

Django download a file

I use this method:

{% if quote.myfile %}
    <div class="">
        <a role="button" 
            href="{{ quote.myfile.url }}"
            download="{{ quote.myfile.url }}"
            class="btn btn-light text-dark ml-0">
            Download attachment
        </a>
    </div>
{% endif %}

Remove multiple items from a Python list in just one statement

You can do it in one line by converting your lists to sets and using set.difference:

item_list = ['item', 5, 'foo', 3.14, True]
list_to_remove = ['item', 5, 'foo']

final_list = list(set(item_list) - set(list_to_remove))

Would give you the following output:

final_list = [3.14, True]

Note: this will remove duplicates in your input list and the elements in the output can be in any order (because sets don't preserve order). It also requires all elements in both of your lists to be hashable.

Why Is `Export Default Const` invalid?

The answer shared by Paul is the best one. To expand more,

There can be only one default export per file. Whereas there can be more than one const exports. The default variable can be imported with any name, whereas const variable can be imported with it's particular name.

var message2 = 'I am exported';
export default message2;
export const message = 'I am also exported'

At the imports side we need to import it like this:

import { message } from './test';

or

import message from './test';

With the first import, the const variable is imported whereas, with the second one, the default one will be imported.

Example of Mockito's argumentCaptor

The two main differences are:

  • when you capture even a single argument, you are able to make much more elaborate tests on this argument, and with more obvious code;
  • an ArgumentCaptor can capture more than once.

To illustrate the latter, say you have:

final ArgumentCaptor<Foo> captor = ArgumentCaptor.forClass(Foo.class);

verify(x, times(4)).someMethod(captor.capture()); // for instance

Then the captor will be able to give you access to all 4 arguments, which you can then perform assertions on separately.

This or any number of arguments in fact, since a VerificationMode is not limited to a fixed number of invocations; in any event, the captor will give you access to all of them, if you wish.

This also has the benefit that such tests are (imho) much easier to write than having to implement your own ArgumentMatchers -- particularly if you combine mockito with assertj.

Oh, and please consider using TestNG instead of JUnit.

enumerate() for dictionary in python

That sure must seem confusing. So this is what is going on. The first value of enumerate (in this case i) returns the next index value starting at 0 so 0, 1, 2, 3, ... It will always return these numbers regardless of what is in the dictionary. The second value of enumerate (in this case j) is returning the values in your dictionary/enumm (we call it a dictionary in Python). What you really want to do is what roadrunner66 responded with.

How to remove commits from a pull request

You have several techniques to do it.

This post - read the part about the revert will explain in details what we want to do and how to do it.

Here is the most simple solution to your problem:

# Checkout the desired branch
git checkout <branch>

# Undo the desired commit
git revert <commit>

# Update the remote with the undo of the code
git push origin <branch>

The revert command will create a new commit with the undo of the original commit.

Postman: How to make multiple requests at the same time

If you are only doing GET requests and you need another simple solution from within your Chrome browser, just install the "Open Multiple URLs" extension:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/open-multiple-urls/oifijhaokejakekmnjmphonojcfkpbbh?hl=en

I've just ran 1500 url's at once, did lag google a bit but it works.

AWS CLI S3 A client error (403) occurred when calling the HeadObject operation: Forbidden

When I faced this issue, I discovered that my problem was that the files in the 'Source Account' were copied there by a 'third party' and the Owner was not the Source Account.

I had to recopy the objects to themselves in the same bucket with the --metadata-directive REPLACE

Detailed explanation in Amazon Documentation

How to install Python packages from the tar.gz file without using pip install

Install it by running

python setup.py install

Better yet, you can download from github. Install git via apt-get install git and then follow this steps:

git clone https://github.com/mwaskom/seaborn.git
cd seaborn
python setup.py install

What is the purpose of meshgrid in Python / NumPy?

Suppose you have a function:

def sinus2d(x, y):
    return np.sin(x) + np.sin(y)

and you want, for example, to see what it looks like in the range 0 to 2*pi. How would you do it? There np.meshgrid comes in:

xx, yy = np.meshgrid(np.linspace(0,2*np.pi,100), np.linspace(0,2*np.pi,100))
z = sinus2d(xx, yy) # Create the image on this grid

and such a plot would look like:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
plt.imshow(z, origin='lower', interpolation='none')
plt.show()

enter image description here

So np.meshgrid is just a convenience. In principle the same could be done by:

z2 = sinus2d(np.linspace(0,2*np.pi,100)[:,None], np.linspace(0,2*np.pi,100)[None,:])

but there you need to be aware of your dimensions (suppose you have more than two ...) and the right broadcasting. np.meshgrid does all of this for you.

Also meshgrid allows you to delete coordinates together with the data if you, for example, want to do an interpolation but exclude certain values:

condition = z>0.6
z_new = z[condition] # This will make your array 1D

so how would you do the interpolation now? You can give x and y to an interpolation function like scipy.interpolate.interp2d so you need a way to know which coordinates were deleted:

x_new = xx[condition]
y_new = yy[condition]

and then you can still interpolate with the "right" coordinates (try it without the meshgrid and you will have a lot of extra code):

from scipy.interpolate import interp2d
interpolated = interp2d(x_new, y_new, z_new)

and the original meshgrid allows you to get the interpolation on the original grid again:

interpolated_grid = interpolated(xx[0], yy[:, 0]).reshape(xx.shape)

These are just some examples where I used the meshgrid there might be a lot more.

cannot redeclare block scoped variable (typescript)

For those coming here in this age, here is a simple solution to this issue. It at least worked for me in the backend. I haven't checked with the frontend code.

Just add:

export {};

at the top of your code.

Credit to EUGENE MURAVITSKY

In python, how do I cast a class object to a dict

I think this will work for you.

class A(object):
    def __init__(self, a, b, c, sum, version='old'):
        self.a = a
        self.b = b
        self.c = c
        self.sum = 6
        self.version = version

    def __int__(self):
        return self.sum + 9000

    def __iter__(self):
        return self.__dict__.iteritems()

a = A(1,2,3,4,5)
print dict(a)

Output

{'a': 1, 'c': 3, 'b': 2, 'sum': 6, 'version': 5}

How, in general, does Node.js handle 10,000 concurrent requests?

If you have to ask this question then you're probably unfamiliar with what most web applications/services do. You're probably thinking that all software do this:

user do an action
       ¦
       v
 application start processing action
   +--> loop ...
          +--> busy processing
 end loop
   +--> send result to user

However, this is not how web applications, or indeed any application with a database as the back-end, work. Web apps do this:

user do an action
       ¦
       v
 application start processing action
   +--> make database request
          +--> do nothing until request completes
 request complete
   +--> send result to user

In this scenario, the software spend most of its running time using 0% CPU time waiting for the database to return.

Multithreaded network app:

Multithreaded network apps handle the above workload like this:

request --> spawn thread
              +--> wait for database request
                     +--> answer request
request --> spawn thread
              +--> wait for database request
                     +--> answer request
request --> spawn thread
              +--> wait for database request
                     +--> answer request

So the thread spend most of their time using 0% CPU waiting for the database to return data. While doing so they have had to allocate the memory required for a thread which includes a completely separate program stack for each thread etc. Also, they would have to start a thread which while is not as expensive as starting a full process is still not exactly cheap.

Singlethreaded event loop

Since we spend most of our time using 0% CPU, why not run some code when we're not using CPU? That way, each request will still get the same amount of CPU time as multithreaded applications but we don't need to start a thread. So we do this:

request --> make database request
request --> make database request
request --> make database request
database request complete --> send response
database request complete --> send response
database request complete --> send response

In practice both approaches return data with roughly the same latency since it's the database response time that dominates the processing.

The main advantage here is that we don't need to spawn a new thread so we don't need to do lots and lots of malloc which would slow us down.

Magic, invisible threading

The seemingly mysterious thing is how both the approaches above manage to run workload in "parallel"? The answer is that the database is threaded. So our single-threaded app is actually leveraging the multi-threaded behaviour of another process: the database.

Where singlethreaded approach fails

A singlethreaded app fails big if you need to do lots of CPU calculations before returning the data. Now, I don't mean a for loop processing the database result. That's still mostly O(n). What I mean is things like doing Fourier transform (mp3 encoding for example), ray tracing (3D rendering) etc.

Another pitfall of singlethreaded apps is that it will only utilise a single CPU core. So if you have a quad-core server (not uncommon nowdays) you're not using the other 3 cores.

Where multithreaded approach fails

A multithreaded app fails big if you need to allocate lots of RAM per thread. First, the RAM usage itself means you can't handle as many requests as a singlethreaded app. Worse, malloc is slow. Allocating lots and lots of objects (which is common for modern web frameworks) means we can potentially end up being slower than singlethreaded apps. This is where node.js usually win.

One use-case that end up making multithreaded worse is when you need to run another scripting language in your thread. First you usually need to malloc the entire runtime for that language, then you need to malloc the variables used by your script.

So if you're writing network apps in C or go or java then the overhead of threading will usually not be too bad. If you're writing a C web server to serve PHP or Ruby then it's very easy to write a faster server in javascript or Ruby or Python.

Hybrid approach

Some web servers use a hybrid approach. Nginx and Apache2 for example implement their network processing code as a thread pool of event loops. Each thread runs an event loop simultaneously processing requests single-threaded but requests are load-balanced among multiple threads.

Some single-threaded architectures also use a hybrid approach. Instead of launching multiple threads from a single process you can launch multiple applications - for example, 4 node.js servers on a quad-core machine. Then you use a load balancer to spread the workload amongst the processes.

In effect the two approaches are technically identical mirror-images of each other.

Angular2 http.get() ,map(), subscribe() and observable pattern - basic understanding

import { HttpClientModule } from '@angular/common/http';

The HttpClient API was introduced in the version 4.3.0. It is an evolution of the existing HTTP API and has it's own package @angular/common/http. One of the most notable changes is that now the response object is a JSON by default, so there's no need to parse it with map method anymore .Straight away we can use like below

http.get('friends.json').subscribe(result => this.result =result);

In Flask, What is request.args and how is it used?

It has some interesting behaviour in some cases that is good to be aware of:

from werkzeug.datastructures import MultiDict

d = MultiDict([("ex1", ""), ("ex2", None)])

d.get("ex1", "alternive")
# returns: ''

d.get("ex2", "alternative")
# returns no visible output of any kind
# It is returning literally None, so if you do:
d.get("ex2", "alternative") is None
# it returns: True

d.get("ex3", "alternative")
# returns: 'alternative'

IN vs ANY operator in PostgreSQL

(Neither IN nor ANY is an "operator". A "construct" or "syntax element".)

Logically, quoting the manual:

IN is equivalent to = ANY.

But there are two syntax variants of IN and two variants of ANY. Details:

IN taking a set is equivalent to = ANY taking a set, as demonstrated here:

But the second variant of each is not equivalent to the other. The second variant of the ANY construct takes an array (must be an actual array type), while the second variant of IN takes a comma-separated list of values. This leads to different restrictions in passing values and can also lead to different query plans in special cases:

ANY is more versatile

The ANY construct is far more versatile, as it can be combined with various operators, not just =. Example:

SELECT 'foo' LIKE ANY('{FOO,bar,%oo%}');

For a big number of values, providing a set scales better for each:

Related:

Inversion / opposite / exclusion

"Find rows where id is in the given array":

SELECT * FROM tbl WHERE id = ANY (ARRAY[1, 2]);

Inversion: "Find rows where id is not in the array":

SELECT * FROM tbl WHERE id <> ALL (ARRAY[1, 2]);
SELECT * FROM tbl WHERE id <> ALL ('{1, 2}');  -- equivalent array literal
SELECT * FROM tbl WHERE NOT (id = ANY ('{1, 2}'));

All three equivalent. The first with array constructor, the other two with array literal. The data type can be derived from context unambiguously. Else, an explicit cast may be required, like '{1,2}'::int[].

Rows with id IS NULL do not pass either of these expressions. To include NULL values additionally:

SELECT * FROM tbl WHERE (id = ANY ('{1, 2}')) IS NOT TRUE;

converting json to string in python

There are other differences. For instance, {'time': datetime.now()} cannot be serialized to JSON, but can be converted to string. You should use one of these tools depending on the purpose (i.e. will the result later be decoded).

PHP ternary operator vs null coalescing operator

When your first argument is null, they're basically the same except that the null coalescing won't output an E_NOTICE when you have an undefined variable. The PHP 7.0 migration docs has this to say:

The null coalescing operator (??) has been added as syntactic sugar for the common case of needing to use a ternary in conjunction with isset(). It returns its first operand if it exists and is not NULL; otherwise it returns its second operand.

Here's some example code to demonstrate this:

<?php

$a = null;

print $a ?? 'b'; // b
print "\n";

print $a ?: 'b'; // b
print "\n";

print $c ?? 'a'; // a
print "\n";

print $c ?: 'a'; // Notice: Undefined variable: c in /in/apAIb on line 14
print "\n";

$b = array('a' => null);

print $b['a'] ?? 'd'; // d
print "\n";

print $b['a'] ?: 'd'; // d
print "\n";

print $b['c'] ?? 'e'; // e
print "\n";

print $b['c'] ?: 'e'; // Notice: Undefined index: c in /in/apAIb on line 33
print "\n";

The lines that have the notice are the ones where I'm using the shorthand ternary operator as opposed to the null coalescing operator. However, even with the notice, PHP will give the same response back.

Execute the code: https://3v4l.org/McavC

Of course, this is always assuming the first argument is null. Once it's no longer null, then you end up with differences in that the ?? operator would always return the first argument while the ?: shorthand would only if the first argument was truthy, and that relies on how PHP would type-cast things to a boolean.

So:

$a = false ?? 'f'; // false
$b = false ?: 'g'; // 'g'

would then have $a be equal to false and $b equal to 'g'.

Use a.any() or a.all()

This should also work and is a closer answer to what is asked in the question:

for i in range(len(x)):
    if valeur.item(i) <= 0.6:
        print ("this works")
    else:   
        print ("valeur is too high")

Babel command not found

One option is to install the cli globally.

Since Babel 7 was released the namespace has changed from babel-cli to @babel/cli, hence:

npm install --global @babel/cli

You'll likely still encounter errors for @babel/core so:

npm install --global @babel/core

How do I compare strings in GoLang?

Assuming there are no prepending/succeeding whitespace characters, there are still a few ways to assert string equality. Some of those are:

Here are some basic benchmark results (in these tests, strings.EqualFold(.., ..) seems like the most performant choice):

goos: darwin
goarch: amd64
BenchmarkStringOps/both_strings_equal::equality_op-4               10000        182944 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/both_strings_equal::strings_equal_fold-4        10000        114371 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/both_strings_equal::fold_caser-4                10000       2599013 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/both_strings_equal::lower_caser-4               10000       3592486 ns/op

BenchmarkStringOps/one_string_in_caps::equality_op-4               10000        417780 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/one_string_in_caps::strings_equal_fold-4        10000        153509 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/one_string_in_caps::fold_caser-4                10000       3039782 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/one_string_in_caps::lower_caser-4               10000       3861189 ns/op

BenchmarkStringOps/weird_casing_situation::equality_op-4           10000        619104 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/weird_casing_situation::strings_equal_fold-4    10000        148489 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/weird_casing_situation::fold_caser-4            10000       3603943 ns/op
BenchmarkStringOps/weird_casing_situation::lower_caser-4           10000       3637832 ns/op

Since there are quite a few options, so here's the code to generate benchmarks.

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "strings"
    "testing"

    "golang.org/x/text/cases"
    "golang.org/x/text/language"
)

func BenchmarkStringOps(b *testing.B) {
    foldCaser := cases.Fold()
    lowerCaser := cases.Lower(language.English)

    tests := []struct{
        description string
        first, second string
    }{
        {
            description: "both strings equal",
            first: "aaaa",
            second: "aaaa",
        },
        {
            description: "one string in caps",
            first: "aaaa",
            second: "AAAA",
        },
        {
            description: "weird casing situation",
            first: "aAaA",
            second: "AaAa",
        },
    }

    for _, tt := range tests {
        b.Run(fmt.Sprintf("%s::equality op", tt.description), func(b *testing.B) {
            for i := 0; i < b.N; i++ {
                benchmarkStringEqualsOperation(tt.first, tt.second, b)
            }
        })

        b.Run(fmt.Sprintf("%s::strings equal fold", tt.description), func(b *testing.B) {
            for i := 0; i < b.N; i++ {
                benchmarkStringsEqualFold(tt.first, tt.second, b)
            }
        })

        b.Run(fmt.Sprintf("%s::fold caser", tt.description), func(b *testing.B) {
            for i := 0; i < b.N; i++ {
                benchmarkStringsFoldCaser(tt.first, tt.second, foldCaser, b)
            }
        })

        b.Run(fmt.Sprintf("%s::lower caser", tt.description), func(b *testing.B) {
            for i := 0; i < b.N; i++ {
                benchmarkStringsLowerCaser(tt.first, tt.second, lowerCaser, b)
            }
        })
    }
}

func benchmarkStringEqualsOperation(first, second string, b *testing.B) {
    for n := 0; n < b.N; n++ {
        _ = strings.ToLower(first) == strings.ToLower(second)
    }
}

func benchmarkStringsEqualFold(first, second string, b *testing.B) {
    for n := 0; n < b.N; n++ {
        _ = strings.EqualFold(first, second)
    }
}

func benchmarkStringsFoldCaser(first, second string, caser cases.Caser, b *testing.B) {
    for n := 0; n < b.N; n++ {
        _ = caser.String(first) == caser.String(second)
    }
}

func benchmarkStringsLowerCaser(first, second string, caser cases.Caser, b *testing.B) {
    for n := 0; n < b.N; n++ {
        _ = caser.String(first) == caser.String(second)
    }
}

Android - Adding at least one Activity with an ACTION-VIEW intent-filter after Updating SDK version 23

Adding this intent filter to one of the activities declared in app manifest fixed this for me.

<activity
    android:name=".MyActivity"
    android:screenOrientation="portrait"
    android:label="@string/app_name">

    <intent-filter>

       <action android:name="android.intent.action.VIEW" />

    </intent-filter>

</activity>

Warning: Failed propType: Invalid prop `component` supplied to `Route`

Standardize your module's imports and exports then you won't risk hitting problems with misspelled property names.

module.exports = Component should become export default Component.

CommonJS uses module.exports as a convention, however, this means that you are just working with a regular Javascript object and you are able to set the value of any key you want (whether that's exports, exoprts or exprots). There are no runtime or compile-time checks to tell you that you've messed up.

If you use ES6 (ES2015) syntax instead, then you are working with syntax and keywords. If you accidentally type exoprt default Component then it will give you a compile error to let you know.

In your case, you can simplify the Speaker component.

import React from 'react';

export default React.createClass({
  render() {
    return (
      <h1>Speaker</h1>
    )
  }
});

Why do we need to use flatMap?

flatMap transform the items emitted by an Observable into Observables, then flatten the emissions from those into a single Observable

I am not stupid but had to read this 10 times and still don't get it. When I read the code snippet :

[1,2,3].map(x => [x, x * 10])
// [[1, 10], [2, 20], [3, 30]]

[1,2,3].flatMap(x => [x, x * 10])
// [1, 10, 2, 20, 3, 30]

then I could understand whats happening, it does two things :

flatMap :

  1. map: transform *) emitted items into Observables.
  2. flat: then merge those Observables as one Observable.

*) The transform word says the item can be transformed in something else.

Then the merge operator becomes clear to, it does the flattening without the mapping. Why not calling it mergeMap? It seems there is also an Alias mergeMap with that name for flatMap.

How to properly add 1 month from now to current date in moment.js

According to the latest doc you can do the following-

Add a day

moment().add(1, 'days').calendar();

Add Year

moment().add(1, 'years').calendar();

Add Month

moment().add(1, 'months').calendar();

Node.js Write a line into a .txt file

I did a log file which prints data into text file using "Winston" log. The source code is here below,

const { createLogger, format, transports } = require('winston');
var fs = require('fs')
var logger = fs.createWriteStream('Data Log.txt', {`
flags: 'a' 
})
const os = require('os');
var sleep = require('system-sleep');
var endOfLine = require('os').EOL;
var t = '             ';var s = '         ';var q = '               ';
var array1=[];
var array2=[];
var array3=[];
var array4=[];

array1[0]  =  78;`
array1[1]  =  56;
array1[2]  =  24;
array1[3]  =  34;

for (var n=0;n<4;n++)
{
array2[n]=array1[n].toString();
}

for (var k=0;k<4;k++)
{
array3[k]=Buffer.from('                    ');
}

for (var a=0;a<4;a++)  
{
array4[a]=Buffer.from(array2[a]);
}

for (m=0;m<4;m++)
{
array4[m].copy(array3[m],0);
}

logger.write('Date'+q);
logger.write('Time'+(q+'  '))
logger.write('Data 01'+t);
logger.write('Data 02'+t); 
logger.write('Data 03'+t);
logger.write('Data 04'+t)

logger.write(endOfLine);
logger.write(endOfLine);
enter code here`enter code here`
}

function mydata()      //user defined function
{
logger.write(datechar+s);
logger.write(timechar+s);
for ( n = 0; n < 4; n++) 
{
logger.write(array3[n]);
}
logger.write(endOfLine); 
}

for (;;)
}
var now = new Date();
var dateFormat = require('dateformat');
var date = dateFormat(now,"isoDate");
var time = dateFormat(now, "h:MM:ss TT ");
var datechar = date.toString();
var timechar = time.toString();
mydata();
sleep(5*1000);
}

Invariant Violation: Objects are not valid as a React child

Thanks to a comment by zerkms, I was able to notice my stupid mistake:

I had onItemClick(e, item) when I should have had onItemClick(item, e).

Spring boot - configure EntityManager

With Spring Boot its not necessary to have any config file like persistence.xml. You can configure with annotations Just configure your DB config for JPA in the

application.properties

spring.datasource.driverClassName=oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
spring.datasource.url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@DB...
spring.datasource.username=username
spring.datasource.password=pass

spring.jpa.database-platform=org.hibernate.dialect....
spring.jpa.show-sql=true

Then you can use CrudRepository provided by Spring where you have standard CRUD transaction methods. There you can also implement your own SQL's like JPQL.

@Transactional
public interface ObjectRepository extends CrudRepository<Object, Long> {
...
}

And if you still need to use the Entity Manager you can create another class.

public class ObjectRepositoryImpl implements ObjectCustomMethods{

    @PersistenceContext
    private EntityManager em;

}

This should be in your pom.xml

<parent>
    <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
    <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-parent</artifactId>
    <version>1.2.5.RELEASE</version>
</parent>

<dependencies>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
        <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-data-jpa</artifactId>
    </dependency>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.springframework</groupId>
        <artifactId>spring-orm</artifactId>
    </dependency>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.hibernate</groupId>
        <artifactId>hibernate-core</artifactId>
        <version>4.3.11.Final</version>
    </dependency>
</dependencies>

Why and when to use angular.copy? (Deep Copy)

I would say angular.copy(source); in your situation is unnecessary if later on you do not use is it without a destination angular.copy(source, [destination]);.

If a destination is provided, all of its elements (for arrays) or properties (for objects) are deleted and then all elements/properties from the source are copied to it.

https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/function/angular.copy

What's with the dollar sign ($"string")

String Interpolation

is a concept that languages like Perl have had for quite a while, and now we’ll get this ability in C# as well. In String Interpolation, we simply prefix the string with a $ (much like we use the @ for verbatim strings). Then, we simply surround the expressions we want to interpolate with curly braces (i.e. { and }):

It looks a lot like the String.Format() placeholders, but instead of an index, it is the expression itself inside the curly braces. In fact, it shouldn’t be a surprise that it looks like String.Format() because that’s really all it is – syntactical sugar that the compiler treats like String.Format() behind the scenes.

A great part is, the compiler now maintains the placeholders for you so you don’t have to worry about indexing the right argument because you simply place it right there in the string.

C# string interpolation is a method of concatenating,formatting and manipulating strings. This feature was introduced in C# 6.0. Using string interpolation, we can use objects and expressions as a part of the string interpolation operation.

Syntax of string interpolation starts with a ‘$’ symbol and expressions are defined within a bracket {} using the following syntax.

{<interpolatedExpression>[,<alignment>][:<formatString>]}  

Where:

  • interpolatedExpression - The expression that produces a result to be formatted
  • alignment - The constant expression whose value defines the minimum number of characters in the string representation of the result of the interpolated expression. If positive, the string representation is right-aligned; if negative, it's left-aligned.
  • formatString - A format string that is supported by the type of the expression result.

The following code example concatenates a string where an object, author as a part of the string interpolation.

string author = "Mohit";  
string hello = $"Hello {author} !";  
Console.WriteLine(hello);  // Hello Mohit !

Read more on C#/.NET Little Wonders: String Interpolation in C# 6

Fork() function in C

First a link to some documentation of fork()

http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009695399/functions/fork.html

The pid is provided by the kernel. Every time the kernel create a new process it will increase the internal pid counter and assign the new process this new unique pid and also make sure there are no duplicates. Once the pid reaches some high number it will wrap and start over again.

So you never know what pid you will get from fork(), only that the parent will keep it's unique pid and that fork will make sure that the child process will have a new unique pid. This is stated in the documentation provided above.

If you continue reading the documentation you will see that fork() return 0 for the child process and the new unique pid of the child will be returned to the parent. If the child want to know it's own new pid you will have to query for it using getpid().

pid_t pid = fork()
if(pid == 0) {
    printf("this is a child: my new unique pid is %d\n", getpid());
} else {
    printf("this is the parent: my pid is %d and I have a child with pid %d \n", getpid(), pid);
}

and below is some inline comments on your code

#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <unistd.h>

int main() {
    pid_t pid1, pid2, pid3;
    pid1=0, pid2=0, pid3=0;
    pid1= fork(); /* A */
    if(pid1 == 0){
        /* This is child A */
        pid2=fork(); /* B */
        pid3=fork(); /* C */
    } else {
        /* This is parent A */
        /* Child B and C will never reach this code */
        pid3=fork(); /* D */
        if(pid3==0) {
            /* This is child D fork'ed from parent A */
            pid2=fork(); /* E */
        }
        if((pid1 == 0)&&(pid2 == 0)) {
            /* pid1 will never be 0 here so this is dead code */
            printf("Level 1\n");
        }
        if(pid1 !=0) {
            /* This is always true for both parent and child E */
            printf("Level 2\n");
        }
        if(pid2 !=0) {
           /* This is parent E (same as parent A) */
           printf("Level 3\n");
        }
        if(pid3 !=0) {
           /* This is parent D (same as parent A) */
           printf("Level 4\n");
        }
    }
    return 0;
}

What are type hints in Python 3.5?

The newly released PyCharm 5 supports type hinting. In their blog post about it (see Python 3.5 type hinting in PyCharm 5) they offer a great explanation of what type hints are and aren't along with several examples and illustrations for how to use them in your code.

Additionally, it is supported in Python 2.7, as explained in this comment:

PyCharm supports the typing module from PyPI for Python 2.7, Python 3.2-3.4. For 2.7 you have to put type hints in *.pyi stub files since function annotations were added in Python 3.0.

Explain ggplot2 warning: "Removed k rows containing missing values"

The behavior you're seeing is due to how ggplot2 deals with data that are outside the axis ranges of the plot. You can change this behavior depending on whether you use scale_y_continuous (or, equivalently, ylim) or coord_cartesian to set axis ranges, as explained below.

library(ggplot2)

# All points are visible in the plot
ggplot(mtcars, aes(mpg, hp)) + 
  geom_point()

In the code below, one point with hp = 335 is outside the y-range of the plot. Also, because we used scale_y_continuous to set the y-axis range, this point is not included in any other statistics or summary measures calculated by ggplot, such as the linear regression line.

ggplot(mtcars, aes(mpg, hp)) + 
  geom_point() +
  scale_y_continuous(limits=c(0,300)) +  # Change this to limits=c(0,335) and the warning disappars
  geom_smooth(method="lm")

Warning messages:
1: Removed 1 rows containing missing values (stat_smooth). 
2: Removed 1 rows containing missing values (geom_point).

In the code below, the point with hp = 335 is still outside the y-range of the plot, but this point is nevertheless included in any statistics or summary measures that ggplot calculates, such as the linear regression line. This is because we used coord_cartesian to set the y-axis range, and this function does not exclude points that are outside the plot ranges when it does other calculations on the data.

If you compare this and the previous plot, you can see that the linear regression line in the second plot has a slightly steeper slope, because the point with hp=335 is included when calculating the regression line, even though it's not visible in the plot.

ggplot(mtcars, aes(mpg, hp)) + 
  geom_point() +
  coord_cartesian(ylim=c(0,300)) +
  geom_smooth(method="lm")

Git push: "fatal 'origin' does not appear to be a git repository - fatal Could not read from remote repository."

Sometimes you don't have a local REF for pushing that branch back to the origin.
Try

git push origin master:master

This explicitly indicates which branch to push to (and from)

Change the location of the ~ directory in a Windows install of Git Bash

I know this is an old question, but it is the top google result for "gitbash homedir windows" so figured I'd add my findings.

No matter what I tried I couldn't get git-bash to start in anywhere but my network drive,(U:) in my case making every operation take 15-20 seconds to respond. (Remote employee on VPN, network drive hosted on the other side of the country)

I tried setting HOME and HOMEDIR variables in windows.

I tried setting HOME and HOMEDIR variables in the git installation'setc/profile file.

I tried editing the "Start in" on the git-bash shortcut to be C:/user/myusername.

"env" command inside the git-bash shell would show correct c:/user/myusername. But git-bash would still start in U:

What ultimately fixed it for me was editing the git-bash shortcut and removing the "--cd-to-home" from the Target line.

I'm on Windows 10 running latest version of Git-for-windows 2.22.0.

Reading json files in C++

You can use c++ boost::property_tree::ptree for parsing json data. here is the example for your json data. this would be more easy if you shift name inside each child nodes

#include <iostream>                                                             
#include <string>                                                               
#include <tuple>                                                                

#include <boost/property_tree/ptree.hpp>                                        
#include <boost/property_tree/json_parser.hpp> 
 int main () {

    namespace pt = boost::property_tree;                                        
    pt::ptree loadPtreeRoot;                                                    

    pt::read_json("example.json", loadPtreeRoot);                               
    std::vector<std::tuple<std::string, std::string, std::string>> people;      

    pt::ptree temp ;                                                            
    pt::ptree tage ;                                                            
    pt::ptree tprofession ;                                                     

    std::string age ;                                                           
    std::string profession ;                                                    
    //Get first child                                                           
    temp = loadPtreeRoot.get_child("Anna");                                     
    tage = temp.get_child("age");                                               
    tprofession = temp.get_child("profession");                                 

    age =  tage.get_value<std::string>();                                       
    profession =  tprofession.get_value<std::string>();                         
    std::cout << "age: " << age << "\n" << "profession :" << profession << "\n" ;
    //push tuple to vector                                                      
    people.push_back(std::make_tuple("Anna", age, profession));                 

    //Get Second child                                                          
    temp = loadPtreeRoot.get_child("Ben");                                      
    tage = temp.get_child("age");                                               
    tprofession = temp.get_child("profession");                                 

    age =  tage.get_value<std::string>();                                       
    profession  =  tprofession.get_value<std::string>();                        
    std::cout << "age: " << age << "\n" << "profession :" << profession << "\n" ;
    //push tuple to vector                                                      
    people.push_back(std::make_tuple("Ben", age, profession));                  

    for (const auto& tmppeople: people) {                                       
        std::cout << "Child[" << std::get<0>(tmppeople) << "] = " << "  age : " 
        << std::get<1>(tmppeople) << "\n    profession : " << std::get<2>(tmppeople) << "\n";
    }  
}

What is the "Upgrade-Insecure-Requests" HTTP header?

Short answer: it's closely related to the Content-Security-Policy: upgrade-insecure-requests response header, indicating that the browser supports it (and in fact prefers it).

It took me 30mins of Googling, but I finally found it buried in the W3 spec.

The confusion comes because the header in the spec was HTTPS: 1, and this is how Chromium implemented it, but after this broke lots of websites that were poorly coded (particularly WordPress and WooCommerce) the Chromium team apologized:

"I apologize for the breakage; I apparently underestimated the impact based on the feedback during dev and beta."
— Mike West, in Chrome Issue 501842

Their fix was to rename it to Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1, and the spec has since been updated to match.

Anyway, here is the explanation from the W3 spec (as it appeared at the time)...

The HTTPS HTTP request header field sends a signal to the server expressing the client’s preference for an encrypted and authenticated response, and that it can successfully handle the upgrade-insecure-requests directive in order to make that preference as seamless as possible to provide.

...

When a server encounters this preference in an HTTP request’s headers, it SHOULD redirect the user to a potentially secure representation of the resource being requested.

When a server encounters this preference in an HTTPS request’s headers, it SHOULD include a Strict-Transport-Security header in the response if the request’s host is HSTS-safe or conditionally HSTS-safe [RFC6797].

require is not defined? Node.js

As Abel said, ES Modules in Node >= 14 no longer have require by default.

If you want to add it, put this code at the top of your file:

import { createRequire } from 'module';
const require = createRequire(import.meta.url);

Source: https://nodejs.org/api/modules.html#modules_module_createrequire_filename

A better way to check if a path exists or not in PowerShell

To check if a Path exists to a directory, use this one:

$pathToDirectory = "c:\program files\blahblah\"
if (![System.IO.Directory]::Exists($pathToDirectory))
{
 mkdir $path1
}

To check if a Path to a file exists use what @Mathias suggested:

[System.IO.File]::Exists($pathToAFile)

How are iloc and loc different?

In my opinion, the accepted answer is confusing, since it uses a DataFrame with only missing values. I also do not like the term position-based for .iloc and instead, prefer integer location as it is much more descriptive and exactly what .iloc stands for. The key word is INTEGER - .iloc needs INTEGERS.

See my extremely detailed blog series on subset selection for more


.ix is deprecated and ambiguous and should never be used

Because .ix is deprecated we will only focus on the differences between .loc and .iloc.

Before we talk about the differences, it is important to understand that DataFrames have labels that help identify each column and each index. Let's take a look at a sample DataFrame:

df = pd.DataFrame({'age':[30, 2, 12, 4, 32, 33, 69],
                   'color':['blue', 'green', 'red', 'white', 'gray', 'black', 'red'],
                   'food':['Steak', 'Lamb', 'Mango', 'Apple', 'Cheese', 'Melon', 'Beans'],
                   'height':[165, 70, 120, 80, 180, 172, 150],
                   'score':[4.6, 8.3, 9.0, 3.3, 1.8, 9.5, 2.2],
                   'state':['NY', 'TX', 'FL', 'AL', 'AK', 'TX', 'TX']
                   },
                  index=['Jane', 'Nick', 'Aaron', 'Penelope', 'Dean', 'Christina', 'Cornelia'])

enter image description here

All the words in bold are the labels. The labels, age, color, food, height, score and state are used for the columns. The other labels, Jane, Nick, Aaron, Penelope, Dean, Christina, Cornelia are used for the index.


The primary ways to select particular rows in a DataFrame are with the .loc and .iloc indexers. Each of these indexers can also be used to simultaneously select columns but it is easier to just focus on rows for now. Also, each of the indexers use a set of brackets that immediately follow their name to make their selections.

.loc selects data only by labels

We will first talk about the .loc indexer which only selects data by the index or column labels. In our sample DataFrame, we have provided meaningful names as values for the index. Many DataFrames will not have any meaningful names and will instead, default to just the integers from 0 to n-1, where n is the length of the DataFrame.

There are three different inputs you can use for .loc

  • A string
  • A list of strings
  • Slice notation using strings as the start and stop values

Selecting a single row with .loc with a string

To select a single row of data, place the index label inside of the brackets following .loc.

df.loc['Penelope']

This returns the row of data as a Series

age           4
color     white
food      Apple
height       80
score       3.3
state        AL
Name: Penelope, dtype: object

Selecting multiple rows with .loc with a list of strings

df.loc[['Cornelia', 'Jane', 'Dean']]

This returns a DataFrame with the rows in the order specified in the list:

enter image description here

Selecting multiple rows with .loc with slice notation

Slice notation is defined by a start, stop and step values. When slicing by label, pandas includes the stop value in the return. The following slices from Aaron to Dean, inclusive. Its step size is not explicitly defined but defaulted to 1.

df.loc['Aaron':'Dean']

enter image description here

Complex slices can be taken in the same manner as Python lists.

.iloc selects data only by integer location

Let's now turn to .iloc. Every row and column of data in a DataFrame has an integer location that defines it. This is in addition to the label that is visually displayed in the output. The integer location is simply the number of rows/columns from the top/left beginning at 0.

There are three different inputs you can use for .iloc

  • An integer
  • A list of integers
  • Slice notation using integers as the start and stop values

Selecting a single row with .iloc with an integer

df.iloc[4]

This returns the 5th row (integer location 4) as a Series

age           32
color       gray
food      Cheese
height       180
score        1.8
state         AK
Name: Dean, dtype: object

Selecting multiple rows with .iloc with a list of integers

df.iloc[[2, -2]]

This returns a DataFrame of the third and second to last rows:

enter image description here

Selecting multiple rows with .iloc with slice notation

df.iloc[:5:3]

enter image description here


Simultaneous selection of rows and columns with .loc and .iloc

One excellent ability of both .loc/.iloc is their ability to select both rows and columns simultaneously. In the examples above, all the columns were returned from each selection. We can choose columns with the same types of inputs as we do for rows. We simply need to separate the row and column selection with a comma.

For example, we can select rows Jane, and Dean with just the columns height, score and state like this:

df.loc[['Jane', 'Dean'], 'height':]

enter image description here

This uses a list of labels for the rows and slice notation for the columns

We can naturally do similar operations with .iloc using only integers.

df.iloc[[1,4], 2]
Nick      Lamb
Dean    Cheese
Name: food, dtype: object

Simultaneous selection with labels and integer location

.ix was used to make selections simultaneously with labels and integer location which was useful but confusing and ambiguous at times and thankfully it has been deprecated. In the event that you need to make a selection with a mix of labels and integer locations, you will have to make both your selections labels or integer locations.

For instance, if we want to select rows Nick and Cornelia along with columns 2 and 4, we could use .loc by converting the integers to labels with the following:

col_names = df.columns[[2, 4]]
df.loc[['Nick', 'Cornelia'], col_names] 

Or alternatively, convert the index labels to integers with the get_loc index method.

labels = ['Nick', 'Cornelia']
index_ints = [df.index.get_loc(label) for label in labels]
df.iloc[index_ints, [2, 4]]

Boolean Selection

The .loc indexer can also do boolean selection. For instance, if we are interested in finding all the rows wher age is above 30 and return just the food and score columns we can do the following:

df.loc[df['age'] > 30, ['food', 'score']] 

You can replicate this with .iloc but you cannot pass it a boolean series. You must convert the boolean Series into a numpy array like this:

df.iloc[(df['age'] > 30).values, [2, 4]] 

Selecting all rows

It is possible to use .loc/.iloc for just column selection. You can select all the rows by using a colon like this:

df.loc[:, 'color':'score':2]

enter image description here


The indexing operator, [], can select rows and columns too but not simultaneously.

Most people are familiar with the primary purpose of the DataFrame indexing operator, which is to select columns. A string selects a single column as a Series and a list of strings selects multiple columns as a DataFrame.

df['food']

Jane          Steak
Nick           Lamb
Aaron         Mango
Penelope      Apple
Dean         Cheese
Christina     Melon
Cornelia      Beans
Name: food, dtype: object

Using a list selects multiple columns

df[['food', 'score']]

enter image description here

What people are less familiar with, is that, when slice notation is used, then selection happens by row labels or by integer location. This is very confusing and something that I almost never use but it does work.

df['Penelope':'Christina'] # slice rows by label

enter image description here

df[2:6:2] # slice rows by integer location

enter image description here

The explicitness of .loc/.iloc for selecting rows is highly preferred. The indexing operator alone is unable to select rows and columns simultaneously.

df[3:5, 'color']
TypeError: unhashable type: 'slice'

How to compile or convert sass / scss to css with node-sass (no Ruby)?

The installation of these tools may vary on different OS.

Under Windows, node-sass currently supports VS2015 by default, if you only have VS2013 in your box and meet any error while running the command, you can define the version of VS by adding: --msvs_version=2013. This is noted on the node-sass npm page.

So, the safe command line that works on Windows with VS2013 is: npm install --msvs_version=2013 gulp node-sass gulp-sass

Run Android studio emulator on AMD processor

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

https://androidstudio.googleblog.com/2019/12/emulator-29211-and-amd-hypervisor-12-to.html

Via AMD Hypervisor, we added support for running the emulator on AMD CPUs on Windows:

  • With CPU acceleration
  • Without requiring Hyper-V
  • With speed on par with HAXM

Lazy Loading vs Eager Loading

// Using LINQ and just referencing p.Employer will lazy load
// I am not at a computer but I know I have lazy loaded in one
// query with a single query call like below.
List<Person> persons = new List<Person>();
using(MyDbContext dbContext = new MyDbContext())
{
    persons = (
        from p in dbcontext.Persons
        select new Person{
            Name = p.Name,
            Email = p.Email,
            Employer = p.Employer
        }).ToList();
}

How to start http-server locally

When you're running npm install in the project's root, it installs all of the npm dependencies into the project's node_modules directory.

If you take a look at the project's node_modules directory, you should see a directory called http-server, which holds the http-server package, and a .bin folder, which holds the executable binaries from the installed dependencies. The .bin directory should have the http-server binary (or a link to it).

So in your case, you should be able to start the http-server by running the following from your project's root directory (instead of npm start):

./node_modules/.bin/http-server -a localhost -p 8000 -c-1

This should have the same effect as running npm start.

If you're running a Bash shell, you can simplify this by adding the ./node_modules/.bin folder to your $PATH environment variable:

export PATH=./node_modules/.bin:$PATH

This will put this folder on your path, and you should be able to simply run

http-server -a localhost -p 8000 -c-1

How do I conditionally add attributes to React components?

For example using property styles for custom container

const DriverSelector = props => {
  const Container = props.container;
  const otherProps = {
    ...( props.containerStyles && { style: props.containerStyles } )
  };

  return (
    <Container {...otherProps} >

What's the difference between HTML 'hidden' and 'aria-hidden' attributes?

A hidden attribute is a boolean attribute (True/False). When this attribute is used on an element, it removes all relevance to that element. When a user views the html page, elements with the hidden attribute should not be visible.

Example:

    <p hidden>You can't see this</p>

Aria-hidden attributes indicate that the element and ALL of its descendants are still visible in the browser, but will be invisible to accessibility tools, such as screen readers.

Example:

    <p aria-hidden="true">You can't see this</p>

Take a look at this. It should answer all your questions.

Note: ARIA stands for Accessible Rich Internet Applications

Sources: Paciello Group

Difference between request.getSession() and request.getSession(true)

request.getSession(true) and request.getSession() both do the same thing, but if we use request.getSession(false) it will return null if session object not created yet.

Spring MVC - How to return simple String as JSON in Rest Controller

I know that this question is old but i would like to contribute too:

The main difference between others responses is the hashmap return.

@GetMapping("...")
@ResponseBody
public Map<String, Object> endPointExample(...) {

    Map<String, Object> rtn = new LinkedHashMap<>();

    rtn.put("pic", image);
    rtn.put("potato", "King Potato");

    return rtn;

}

This will return:

{"pic":"a17fefab83517fb...beb8ac5a2ae8f0449","potato":"King Potato"}

What is ROWS UNBOUNDED PRECEDING used for in Teradata?

It's the "frame" or "range" clause of window functions, which are part of the SQL standard and implemented in many databases, including Teradata.

A simple example would be to calculate the average amount in a frame of three days. I'm using PostgreSQL syntax for the example, but it will be the same for Teradata:

WITH data (t, a) AS (
  VALUES(1, 1),
        (2, 5),
        (3, 3),
        (4, 5),
        (5, 4),
        (6, 11)
)
SELECT t, a, avg(a) OVER (ORDER BY t ROWS BETWEEN 1 PRECEDING AND 1 FOLLOWING)
FROM data
ORDER BY t

... which yields:

t  a  avg
----------
1  1  3.00
2  5  3.00
3  3  4.33
4  5  4.00
5  4  6.67
6 11  7.50

As you can see, each average is calculated "over" an ordered frame consisting of the range between the previous row (1 preceding) and the subsequent row (1 following).

When you write ROWS UNBOUNDED PRECEDING, then the frame's lower bound is simply infinite. This is useful when calculating sums (i.e. "running totals"), for instance:

WITH data (t, a) AS (
  VALUES(1, 1),
        (2, 5),
        (3, 3),
        (4, 5),
        (5, 4),
        (6, 11)
)
SELECT t, a, sum(a) OVER (ORDER BY t ROWS BETWEEN UNBOUNDED PRECEDING AND CURRENT ROW)
FROM data
ORDER BY t

yielding...

t  a  sum
---------
1  1    1
2  5    6
3  3    9
4  5   14
5  4   18
6 11   29

Here's another very good explanations of SQL window functions.

Android M - check runtime permission - how to determine if the user checked "Never ask again"?

Once the user has marked "Do not ask again," the question can not be displayed again. But it can be explained to the user that he has previously denied the permission and must grant permission in the settings. And reference him to the settings, with the following code:

@Override
public void onRequestPermissionsResult(int permsRequestCode, String[] permissions, int[] grantResults) {

    if (grantResults.length > 0
            && grantResults[0] == PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED) {
        // now, you have permission go ahead
        // TODO: something

    } else {

        if (ActivityCompat.shouldShowRequestPermissionRationale(MainActivity.this,
                Manifest.permission.READ_CALL_LOG)) {
            // now, user has denied permission (but not permanently!)

        } else {

            // now, user has denied permission permanently!

            Snackbar snackbar = Snackbar.make(findViewById(android.R.id.content), "You have previously declined this permission.\n" +
                "You must approve this permission in \"Permissions\" in the app settings on your device.", Snackbar.LENGTH_LONG).setAction("Settings", new View.OnClickListener() {
            @Override
            public void onClick(View view) {

                startActivity(new Intent(android.provider.Settings.ACTION_APPLICATION_DETAILS_SETTINGS, Uri.parse("package:" + BuildConfig.APPLICATION_ID)));

            }
        });
        View snackbarView = snackbar.getView();
        TextView textView = (TextView) snackbarView.findViewById(android.support.design.R.id.snackbar_text);
        textView.setMaxLines(5);  //Or as much as you need
        snackbar.show();

        }

    }
    return;
}

What is the difference between a Shared Project and a Class Library in Visual Studio 2015?

In-Short Differences are

1) PCL is not going to have Full Access to .NET Framework , where as SharedProject has.

2) #ifdef for platform specific code - you can not write in PCL (#ifdef option isn’t available to you in a PCL because it’s compiled separately, as its own DLL, so at compile time (when the #ifdef is evaluated) it doesn’t know what platform it will be part of. ) where as Shared project you can.

3) Platform specific code is achieved using Inversion Of Control in PCL , where as using #ifdef statements you can achieve the same in Shared Project.

An excellent article which illustrates differences between PCL vs Shared Project can be found at the following link

http://hotkrossbits.com/2015/05/03/xamarin-forms-pcl-vs-shared-project/

What is this spring.jpa.open-in-view=true property in Spring Boot?

This property will register an OpenEntityManagerInViewInterceptor, which registers an EntityManager to the current thread, so you will have the same EntityManager until the web request is finished. It has nothing to do with a Hibernate SessionFactory etc.

How do I trim() a string in angularjs?

If you need only display the trimmed value then I'd suggest against manipulating the original string and using a filter instead.

app.filter('trim', function () {
    return function(value) {
        if(!angular.isString(value)) {
            return value;
        }  
        return value.replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g, ''); // you could use .trim, but it's not going to work in IE<9
    };
});

And then

<span>{{ foo | trim }}</span>

Laravel - Eloquent "Has", "With", "WhereHas" - What do they mean?

With

with() is for eager loading. That basically means, along the main model, Laravel will preload the relationship(s) you specify. This is especially helpful if you have a collection of models and you want to load a relation for all of them. Because with eager loading you run only one additional DB query instead of one for every model in the collection.

Example:

User > hasMany > Post

$users = User::with('posts')->get();
foreach($users as $user){
    $users->posts; // posts is already loaded and no additional DB query is run
}

Has

has() is to filter the selecting model based on a relationship. So it acts very similarly to a normal WHERE condition. If you just use has('relation') that means you only want to get the models that have at least one related model in this relation.

Example:

User > hasMany > Post

$users = User::has('posts')->get();
// only users that have at least one post are contained in the collection

WhereHas

whereHas() works basically the same as has() but allows you to specify additional filters for the related model to check.

Example:

User > hasMany > Post

$users = User::whereHas('posts', function($q){
    $q->where('created_at', '>=', '2015-01-01 00:00:00');
})->get();
// only users that have posts from 2015 on forward are returned

Format number as percent in MS SQL Server

M.Ali's answer could be modified as

select Cast(Cast((37.0/38.0)*100 as decimal(18,2)) as varchar(5)) + ' %' as Percentage

How do I view the Explain Plan in Oracle Sql developer?

EXPLAIN PLAN FOR

In SQL Developer, you don't have to use EXPLAIN PLAN FOR statement. Press F10 or click the Explain Plan icon.

enter image description here

It will be then displayed in the Explain Plan window.

If you are using SQL*Plus then use DBMS_XPLAN.

For example,

SQL> EXPLAIN PLAN FOR
  2  SELECT * FROM DUAL;

Explained.

SQL> SELECT * FROM TABLE(DBMS_XPLAN.DISPLAY);

PLAN_TABLE_OUTPUT
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Plan hash value: 272002086

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Id  | Operation         | Name | Rows  | Bytes | Cost (%CPU)| Time     |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|   0 | SELECT STATEMENT  |      |     1 |     2 |     2   (0)| 00:00:01 |
|   1 |  TABLE ACCESS FULL| DUAL |     1 |     2 |     2   (0)| 00:00:01 |
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

8 rows selected.

SQL>

See How to create and display Explain Plan

ActionBarActivity is deprecated

According to this video of Android Developers you should only make two changes

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Error message: "'chromedriver' executable needs to be available in the path"

On Ubuntu:

sudo apt install chromium-chromedriver

On Debian:

sudo apt install chromium-driver

On macOS install https://brew.sh/ then do

brew cask install chromedriver

Uninstall mongoDB from ubuntu

use command with sudo,

sudo apt-get autoremove --purge mongodb

OR

sudo apt-get remove mongodb* --purge

It will remove complete mongodb

How to set the DefaultRoute to another Route in React Router

You can use Redirect instead of DefaultRoute

<Redirect from="/" to="searchDashboard" />

Update 2019-08-09 to avoid problem with refresh use this instead, thanks to Ogglas

<Redirect exact from="/" to="searchDashboard" />

How to count down in for loop?

If you google. "Count down for loop python" you get these, which are pretty accurate.

how to loop down in python list (countdown)
Loop backwards using indices in Python?

I recommend doing minor searches before posting. Also "Learn Python The Hard Way" is a good place to start.

What is %timeit in python?

%timeit is an ipython magic function, which can be used to time a particular piece of code (A single execution statement, or a single method).

From the docs:

%timeit

Time execution of a Python statement or expression

Usage, in line mode:
    %timeit [-n<N> -r<R> [-t|-c] -q -p<P> -o] statement

To use it, for example if we want to find out whether using xrange is any faster than using range, you can simply do:

In [1]: %timeit for _ in range(1000): True
10000 loops, best of 3: 37.8 µs per loop

In [2]: %timeit for _ in xrange(1000): True
10000 loops, best of 3: 29.6 µs per loop

And you will get the timings for them.

The major advantage of %timeit are:

  • that you don't have to import timeit.timeit from the standard library, and run the code multiple times to figure out which is the better approach.

  • %timeit will automatically calculate number of runs required for your code based on a total of 2 seconds execution window.

  • You can also make use of current console variables without passing the whole code snippet as in case of timeit.timeit to built the variable that is built in an another environment that timeit works.

Single selection in RecyclerView

This is how its looks

Single selection recyclerview best way

Inside your Adapter

private int selectedPosition = -1;

And onBindViewHolder

@Override
public void onBindViewHolder(@NonNull MyViewHolder holder, int position) {

    if (selectedPosition == position) {
        holder.itemView.setSelected(true); //using selector drawable
        holder.tvText.setTextColor(ContextCompat.getColor(holder.tvText.getContext(),R.color.white));
    } else {
        holder.itemView.setSelected(false);
        holder.tvText.setTextColor(ContextCompat.getColor(holder.tvText.getContext(),R.color.black));
    }

    holder.itemView.setOnClickListener(v -> {
        if (selectedPosition >= 0)
            notifyItemChanged(selectedPosition);
        selectedPosition = holder.getAdapterPosition();
        notifyItemChanged(selectedPosition);
    });
}

Thats it! As you can see i am just Notifying(updating) previous selected item and newly selected item

My Drawable set it as a background for recyclerview child views

<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
<item android:state_focused="false" android:state_selected="true">
    <shape android:shape="rectangle">
        <solid android:color="@color/blue" />
    </shape>
</item>

What does this format means T00:00:00.000Z?

i suggest you use moment.js for this. In moment.js you can:

var localTime = moment().format('YYYY-MM-DD'); // store localTime
var proposedDate = localTime + "T00:00:00.000Z";

now that you have the right format for a time, parse it if it's valid:

var isValidDate = moment(proposedDate).isValid();
// returns true if valid and false if it is not.

and to get time parts you can do something like:

var momentDate = moment(proposedDate)
var hour = momentDate.hours();
var minutes = momentDate.minutes();
var seconds = momentDate.seconds();

// or you can use `.format`:
console.log(momentDate.format("YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss A Z"));

More info about momentjs http://momentjs.com/

How do I use a delimiter with Scanner.useDelimiter in Java?

With Scanner the default delimiters are the whitespace characters.

But Scanner can define where a token starts and ends based on a set of delimiter, wich could be specified in two ways:

  1. Using the Scanner method: useDelimiter(String pattern)
  2. Using the Scanner method : useDelimiter(Pattern pattern) where Pattern is a regular expression that specifies the delimiter set.

So useDelimiter() methods are used to tokenize the Scanner input, and behave like StringTokenizer class, take a look at these tutorials for further information:

And here is an Example:

public static void main(String[] args) {

    // Initialize Scanner object
    Scanner scan = new Scanner("Anna Mills/Female/18");
    // initialize the string delimiter
    scan.useDelimiter("/");
    // Printing the tokenized Strings
    while(scan.hasNext()){
        System.out.println(scan.next());
    }
    // closing the scanner stream
    scan.close();
}

Prints this output:

Anna Mills
Female
18

Difference between MongoDB and Mongoose

Mongoose is built untop of mongodb driver, the mongodb driver is more low level. Mongoose provides that easy abstraction to easily define a schema and query. But on the perfomance side Mongdb Driver is best.

How to save local data in a Swift app?

Swift 5+

None of the answers really cover in detail the default built in local storage capabilities. It can do far more than just strings.

You have the following options straight from the apple documentation for 'getting' data from the defaults.

func object(forKey: String) -> Any?
//Returns the object associated with the specified key.

func url(forKey: String) -> URL?
//Returns the URL associated with the specified key.

func array(forKey: String) -> [Any]?
//Returns the array associated with the specified key.

func dictionary(forKey: String) -> [String : Any]?
//Returns the dictionary object associated with the specified key.

func string(forKey: String) -> String?
//Returns the string associated with the specified key.

func stringArray(forKey: String) -> [String]?
//Returns the array of strings associated with the specified key.

func data(forKey: String) -> Data?
//Returns the data object associated with the specified key.

func bool(forKey: String) -> Bool
//Returns the Boolean value associated with the specified key.

func integer(forKey: String) -> Int
//Returns the integer value associated with the specified key.

func float(forKey: String) -> Float
//Returns the float value associated with the specified key.

func double(forKey: String) -> Double
//Returns the double value associated with the specified key.

func dictionaryRepresentation() -> [String : Any]
//Returns a dictionary that contains a union of all key-value pairs in the domains in the search list.

Here are the options for 'setting'

func set(Any?, forKey: String)
//Sets the value of the specified default key.

func set(Float, forKey: String)
//Sets the value of the specified default key to the specified float value.

func set(Double, forKey: String)
//Sets the value of the specified default key to the double value.

func set(Int, forKey: String)
//Sets the value of the specified default key to the specified integer value.

func set(Bool, forKey: String)
//Sets the value of the specified default key to the specified Boolean value.

func set(URL?, forKey: String)
//Sets the value of the specified default key to the specified URL.

If are storing things like preferences and not a large data set these are perfectly fine options.

Double Example:

Setting:

let defaults = UserDefaults.standard
var someDouble:Double = 0.5
defaults.set(someDouble, forKey: "someDouble")

Getting:

let defaults = UserDefaults.standard
var someDouble:Double = 0.0
someDouble = defaults.double(forKey: "someDouble")

What is interesting about one of the getters is dictionaryRepresentation, this handy getter will take all your data types regardless what they are and put them into a nice dictionary that you can access by it's string name and give the correct corresponding data type when you ask for it back since it's of type 'any'.

You can store your own classes and objects also using the func set(Any?, forKey: String) and func object(forKey: String) -> Any? setter and getter accordingly.

Hope this clarifies more the power of the UserDefaults class for storing local data.

On the note of how much you should store and how often, Hardy_Germany gave a good answer on that on this post, here is a quote from it

As many already mentioned: I'm not aware of any SIZE limitation (except physical memory) to store data in a .plist (e.g. UserDefaults). So it's not a question of HOW MUCH.

The real question should be HOW OFTEN you write new / changed values... And this is related to the battery drain this writes will cause.

IOS has no chance to avoid a physical write to "disk" if a single value changed, just to keep data integrity. Regarding UserDefaults this cause the whole file rewritten to disk.

This powers up the "disk" and keep it powered up for a longer time and prevent IOS to go to low power state.

Something else to note as mentioned by user Mohammad Reza Farahani from this post is the asynchronous and synchronous nature of userDefaults.

When you set a default value, it’s changed synchronously within your process, and asynchronously to persistent storage and other processes.

For example if you save and quickly close the program you may notice it does not save the results, this is because it's persisting asynchronously. You might not notice this all the time so if you plan on saving before quitting the program you may want to account for this by giving it some time to finish.

Maybe someone has some nice solutions for this they can share in the comments?

Continuous Integration vs. Continuous Delivery vs. Continuous Deployment

DevOps is a combination of 3C's - continuous, communication, collaboration and this lead to prime focus in various industries.

In an IoT connected devices world, multiple scrum features like product owner, web, mobile and QA working in an agile manner in a scrum of scrum cycle to deliver a product to end customer.

Continuous integration: Multiple scrum feature working simultanrouly in multiple endpoints

Continuous delivery: With integration and deployment, delivery of product to multiple customers to be handled at the same time.

Continuous deployment: multiple products deployed to multiple customers at multiple platform.

Watch this to know how DevOps enabling IoT connected world: https://youtu.be/nAfZt2t4HqA

What is the difference between HTTP 1.1 and HTTP 2.0?

HTTP/2 supports queries multiplexing, headers compression, priority and more intelligent packet streaming management. This results in reduced latency and accelerates content download on modern web pages.

More details here.

! [rejected] master -> master (fetch first)

Please try this command to solve it -

git push origin master --force

Or

 git push origin master -f

JWT (Json Web Token) Audience "aud" versus Client_Id - What's the difference?

As it turns out, my suspicions were right. The audience aud claim in a JWT is meant to refer to the Resource Servers that should accept the token.

As this post simply puts it:

The audience of a token is the intended recipient of the token.

The audience value is a string -- typically, the base address of the resource being accessed, such as https://contoso.com.

The client_id in OAuth refers to the client application that will be requesting resources from the Resource Server.

The Client app (e.g. your iOS app) will request a JWT from your Authentication Server. In doing so, it passes it's client_id and client_secret along with any user credentials that may be required. The Authorization Server validates the client using the client_id and client_secret and returns a JWT.

The JWT will contain an aud claim that specifies which Resource Servers the JWT is valid for. If the aud contains www.myfunwebapp.com, but the client app tries to use the JWT on www.supersecretwebapp.com, then access will be denied because that Resource Server will see that the JWT was not meant for it.

Error: Microsoft Visual C++ 10.0 is required (Unable to find vcvarsall.bat) when running Python script

I have encountered this problem twice. First time I used VS 2013 and the second time I used VS 2015 with different solution. The first solution on VS 2013 and python 2.7 is:

  1. Click win+R
  2. Enter SET VS90COMNTOOLS=%VS120COMNTOOLS%
  3. Close all windows
  4. Enter pip install again

Now, one year later, I have found an easier method to fix it. This time I use VS 2015 and python 3.4.

  1. Right click on My Computer.
  2. Click Properties
  3. Advanced system settings
  4. Environment variables
  5. Add New system variable
  6. Enter VS100COMNTOOLSto the variable name
  7. Enter the value of VS140COMNTOOLSto the new variable.
  8. Close all windows

Now I'm sure you will ask some question what is the VSXXXCOMNTOOLSand what should I do if I use VS2008 or other compiler.

There is a file python\Lib\distutils\msvc9compiler.py, beginning on line 216 we see

def find_vcvarsall(version):
    """Find the vcvarsall.bat file
    At first it tries to find the productdir of VS 2010 in the registry. If
    that fails it falls back to the VS100COMNTOOLS env var.
    """

It means that you must give the productdir of VS 2010 for it, so if you are using python 2.x and

  • Visual Studio 2010 (VS10):SET VS90COMNTOOLS=%VS100COMNTOOLS%
  • Visual Studio 2012 (VS11):SET VS90COMNTOOLS=%VS110COMNTOOLS%
  • Visual Studio 2013 (VS12):SET VS90COMNTOOLS=%VS120COMNTOOLS%
  • Visual Studio 2015 (VS15):SET VS90COMNTOOLS=%VS140COMNTOOLS%

or if you are using python 3.x and

  • Visual Studio 2010 (VS10):SET VS100COMNTOOLS=%VS100COMNTOOLS%
  • Visual Studio 2012 (VS11):SET VS100COMNTOOLS=%VS110COMNTOOLS%
  • Visual Studio 2013 (VS12):SET VS100COMNTOOLS=%VS120COMNTOOLS%
  • Visual Studio 2015 (VS15):SET VS100COMNTOOLS=%VS140COMNTOOLS%

And it's the same as adding a new system variable. See the second ways.

Update:Sometimes,it still doesn't work.Check your path,ensure that contains VSxxxCOMNTOOLS

Spring Boot - Error creating bean with name 'dataSource' defined in class path resource

change below line of code

spring.datasource.driverClassName

to

spring.datasource.driver-class-name

How to clear/delete the contents of a Tkinter Text widget?

from Tkinter import *

app = Tk()

# Text Widget + Font Size
txt = Text(app, font=('Verdana',8))
txt.pack()

# Delete Button
btn = Button(app, text='Delete', command=lambda: txt.delete(1.0,END))
btn.pack()

app.mainloop()

Here's an example of txt.delete(1.0,END) as mentioned.

The use of lambda makes us able to delete the contents without defining an actual function.

How do I install a Python package with a .whl file?

New Python users on Windows often forget to add Python's \Scripts directory to the PATH variable during the installation. I recommend to use the Python launcher and execute pip as a script with the -m switch. Then you can install the wheels for a specific Python version (if more than one are installed) and the Scripts directory doesn't have to be in the PATH. So open the command line, navigate (with the cd command) to the folder where the .whl file is located and enter:

py -3.6 -m pip install your_whl_file.whl

Replace 3.6 by your Python version or just enter -3 if the desired Python version appears first in the PATH. And with an active virtual environment: py -m pip install your_whl_file.whl.

Of course you can also install packages from PyPI in this way, e.g.

py -3.6 -m pip install pygame

jQuery has deprecated synchronous XMLHTTPRequest

It was mentioned as a comment by @henri-chan, but I think it deserves some more attention:

When you update the content of an element with new html using jQuery/javascript, and this new html contains <script> tags, those are executed synchronously and thus triggering this error. Same goes for stylesheets.

You know this is happening when you see (multiple) scripts or stylesheets being loaded as XHR in the console window. (firefox).

What is the difference between $routeProvider and $stateProvider?

Both do the same work as they are used for routing purposes in SPA(Single Page Application).

1. Angular Routing - per $routeProvider docs

URLs to controllers and views (HTML partials). It watches $location.url() and tries to map the path to an existing route definition.

HTML

<div ng-view></div>

Above tag will render the template from the $routeProvider.when() condition which you had mentioned in .config (configuration phase) of angular

Limitations:-

  • The page can only contain single ng-view on page
  • If your SPA has multiple small components on the page that you wanted to render based on some conditions, $routeProvider fails. (to achieve that, we need to use directives like ng-include, ng-switch, ng-if, ng-show, which looks bad to have them in SPA)
  • You can not relate between two routes like parent and child relationship.
  • You cannot show and hide a part of the view based on url pattern.

2. ui-router - per $stateProvider docs

AngularUI Router is a routing framework for AngularJS, which allows you to organize the parts of your interface into a state machine. UI-Router is organized around states, which may optionally have routes, as well as other behavior, attached.

Multiple & Named Views

Another great feature is the ability to have multiple ui-views in a template.

While multiple parallel views are a powerful feature, you'll often be able to manage your interfaces more effectively by nesting your views, and pairing those views with nested states.

HTML

<div ui-view>
    <div ui-view='header'></div>
    <div ui-view='content'></div>
    <div ui-view='footer'></div>
</div>

The majority of ui-router's power is it can manage nested state & views.

Pros

  • You can have multiple ui-view on single page
  • Various views can be nested in each other and maintained by defining state in routing phase.
  • We can have child & parent relationship here, simply like inheritance in state, also you could define sibling states.
  • You could change the ui-view="some" of state just by using absolute routing using @ with state name.
  • Another way you could do relative routing is by using only @ to change ui-view="some". This will replace the ui-view rather than checking if it is nested or not.
  • Here you could use ui-sref to create a href URL dynamically on the basis of URL mentioned in a state, also you could give a state params in the json format.

For more Information Angular ui-router

For better flexibility with various nested view with states, I'd prefer you to go for ui-router

tkinter: Open a new window with a button prompt

Here's the nearly shortest possible solution to your question. The solution works in python 3.x. For python 2.x change the import to Tkinter rather than tkinter (the difference being the capitalization):

import tkinter as tk
#import Tkinter as tk  # for python 2
    
def create_window():
    window = tk.Toplevel(root)

root = tk.Tk()
b = tk.Button(root, text="Create new window", command=create_window)
b.pack()

root.mainloop()

This is definitely not what I recommend as an example of good coding style, but it illustrates the basic concepts: a button with a command, and a function that creates a window.

Understanding passport serialize deserialize

  1. Where does user.id go after passport.serializeUser has been called?

The user id (you provide as the second argument of the done function) is saved in the session and is later used to retrieve the whole object via the deserializeUser function.

serializeUser determines which data of the user object should be stored in the session. The result of the serializeUser method is attached to the session as req.session.passport.user = {}. Here for instance, it would be (as we provide the user id as the key) req.session.passport.user = {id: 'xyz'}

  1. We are calling passport.deserializeUser right after it where does it fit in the workflow?

The first argument of deserializeUser corresponds to the key of the user object that was given to the done function (see 1.). So your whole object is retrieved with help of that key. That key here is the user id (key can be any key of the user object i.e. name,email etc). In deserializeUser that key is matched with the in memory array / database or any data resource.

The fetched object is attached to the request object as req.user

Visual Flow

passport.serializeUser(function(user, done) {
    done(null, user.id);
});              ¦
                 ¦ 
                 ¦
                 +--------------------? saved to session
                                   ¦    req.session.passport.user = {id: '..'}
                                   ¦
                                   ?           
passport.deserializeUser(function(id, done) {
                   +---------------+
                   ¦
                   ? 
    User.findById(id, function(err, user) {
        done(err, user);
    });            +--------------? user object attaches to the request as req.user   
});

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot assign to read only property

When you use Object.defineProperties, by default writable is set to false, so _year and edition are actually read only properties.

Explicitly set them to writable: true:

_year: {
    value: 2004,
    writable: true
},

edition: {
    value: 1,
    writable: true
},

Check out MDN for this method.

writable
true if and only if the value associated with the property may be changed with an assignment operator.
Defaults to false.

How to properly make a http web GET request

Servers sometimes compress their responses to save on bandwidth, when this happens, you need to decompress the response before attempting to read it. Fortunately, the .NET framework can do this automatically, however, we have to turn the setting on.

Here's an example of how you could achieve that.

string html = string.Empty;
string url = @"https://api.stackexchange.com/2.2/answers?order=desc&sort=activity&site=stackoverflow";

HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(url);
request.AutomaticDecompression = DecompressionMethods.GZip;

using (HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse())
using (Stream stream = response.GetResponseStream())
using (StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(stream))
{
    html = reader.ReadToEnd();
}

Console.WriteLine(html);

GET

public string Get(string uri)
{
    HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(uri);
    request.AutomaticDecompression = DecompressionMethods.GZip | DecompressionMethods.Deflate;

    using(HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse())
    using(Stream stream = response.GetResponseStream())
    using(StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(stream))
    {
        return reader.ReadToEnd();
    }
}

GET async

public async Task<string> GetAsync(string uri)
{
    HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(uri);
    request.AutomaticDecompression = DecompressionMethods.GZip | DecompressionMethods.Deflate;

    using(HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)await request.GetResponseAsync())
    using(Stream stream = response.GetResponseStream())
    using(StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(stream))
    {
        return await reader.ReadToEndAsync();
    }
}

POST
Contains the parameter method in the event you wish to use other HTTP methods such as PUT, DELETE, ETC

public string Post(string uri, string data, string contentType, string method = "POST")
{
    byte[] dataBytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(data);

    HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(uri);
    request.AutomaticDecompression = DecompressionMethods.GZip | DecompressionMethods.Deflate;
    request.ContentLength = dataBytes.Length;
    request.ContentType = contentType;
    request.Method = method;

    using(Stream requestBody = request.GetRequestStream())
    {
        requestBody.Write(dataBytes, 0, dataBytes.Length);
    }

    using(HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse())
    using(Stream stream = response.GetResponseStream())
    using(StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(stream))
    {
        return reader.ReadToEnd();
    }
}

    

POST async
Contains the parameter method in the event you wish to use other HTTP methods such as PUT, DELETE, ETC

public async Task<string> PostAsync(string uri, string data, string contentType, string method = "POST")
{
    byte[] dataBytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(data);

    HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(uri);
    request.AutomaticDecompression = DecompressionMethods.GZip | DecompressionMethods.Deflate;
    request.ContentLength = dataBytes.Length;
    request.ContentType = contentType;
    request.Method = method;

    using(Stream requestBody = request.GetRequestStream())
    {
        await requestBody.WriteAsync(dataBytes, 0, dataBytes.Length);
    }

    using(HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)await request.GetResponseAsync())
    using(Stream stream = response.GetResponseStream())
    using(StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(stream))
    {
        return await reader.ReadToEndAsync();
    }
}

How to resolve "gpg: command not found" error during RVM installation?

GnuPG (with binary name gpg) is an application used for public key encryption using the OpenPGP protocol, but also verification of signatures (cryptographic signatures, that also can validate the publisher if used correctly). To some extend, you could say it's for OpenPGP what OpenSSL is for X.509 and TLS.

Unlike most Linux distributions (which make heavy use of GnuPG for ensuring untampered software within their package repositories), Mac OS X does not bring GnuPG with the operating system, so you have to install it on your own.

Possible sources are:

  • Package manager Homebrew: brew install gnupg gnupg2
  • Package manager MacPorts: sudo port install gnupg gnupg2
  • Install from GPGTools, which also brings GUI applications and integration in Apple Mail

What is ".NET Core"?

I was trying to create a new project in Visual Studio 2017 today (recently upgraded from Visual Studio 2015) and noticed new set of choices for the type of project. Either they're new or it's been a while since I started a new project!! :)

Visual Studio Screenshot

I came across this documentation link and found it very useful, so I am sharing. The details of the bullets are also provided in the article. I am just posting bullets here:

You should use .NET Core for your server application when:

You have cross-platform needs.
You are targeting microservices.
You are using Docker containers.
You need high performance and scalable systems.
You need side by side of .NET versions by application.

You should use .NET Framework for your server application when:

Your application currently uses .NET Framework (recommendation is to extend instead of migrating)
You need to use third-party .NET libraries or NuGet packages not available for .NET Core.
You need to use .NET technologies that are not available for .NET Core.
You need to use a platform that doesn’t support .NET Core.

This link provides a glossary of .NET terms.

EDIT 10/7/2020 Check out .NET 5.0 - "... just one .NET going forward, and you will be able to use it to target Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, Android, tvOS, watchOS and WebAssembly and more" It's supposed to be released November 2020.

What does Include() do in LINQ?

Let's say for instance you want to get a list of all your customers:

var customers = context.Customers.ToList();

And let's assume that each Customer object has a reference to its set of Orders, and that each Order has references to LineItems which may also reference a Product.

As you can see, selecting a top-level object with many related entities could result in a query that needs to pull in data from many sources. As a performance measure, Include() allows you to indicate which related entities should be read from the database as part of the same query.

Using the same example, this might bring in all of the related order headers, but none of the other records:

var customersWithOrderDetail = context.Customers.Include("Orders").ToList();

As a final point since you asked for SQL, the first statement without Include() could generate a simple statement:

SELECT * FROM Customers;

The final statement which calls Include("Orders") may look like this:

SELECT *
FROM Customers JOIN Orders ON Customers.Id = Orders.CustomerId;

React Checkbox not sending onChange

To get the checked state of your checkbox the path would be:

this.refs.complete.state.checked

The alternative is to get it from the event passed into the handleChange method:

event.target.checked

How to delete/remove nodes on Firebase

I hope this code will help someone - it is from official Google Firebase documentation:

var adaRef = firebase.database().ref('users/ada');
adaRef.remove()
  .then(function() {
    console.log("Remove succeeded.")
  })
  .catch(function(error) {
    console.log("Remove failed: " + error.message)
  });

How to call a method function from another class?

For calling the method of one class within the second class, you have to first create the object of that class which method you want to call than with the object reference you can call the method.

class A {
   public void fun(){
     //do something
   }
}

class B {
   public static void main(String args[]){
     A obj = new A();
     obj.fun();
   }
}

But in your case you have the static method in Date and TemperatureRange class. You can call your static method by using the class name directly like below code or by creating the object of that class like above code but static method ,mostly we use for creating the utility classes, so best way to call the method by using class name. Like in your case -

public static void main (String[] args){
  String dateVal = Date.date("01","11,"12"); // calling the date function by passing some parameter.

  String tempRangeVal = TemperatureRange.TempRange("80","20"); 
}

How to solve ADB device unauthorized in Android ADB host device?

  • Get the public key from the client phone (adb host)

    cat /data/.android/adbkey.pub

  • copy the above public key to the target phone's /data/misc/adb/adb_keys location. (you may need to stop the adb daemon first with stop adbd)

    cat /data/misc/adb/adb_keys

verify both cat outputs match.

try restarting adb daemon on target start adbd or just reboot them.

If you are having problems reading or writing to ADB KEYS in above steps, try setting environment variable ADB_KEYS_PATH with a temporary path (eg: /data/local/tmp). Refer to that link it goes into more details

    "On the host, the user public/private key pair is automatically generated,
    if it does not exist, when the adb daemon starts and is stored in
    $HOME/.android/adb_key(.pub) or in $ANDROID_SDK_HOME on windows. If needed,
    the ADB_KEYS_PATH env variable may be set to a :-separated (; under
    Windows) list of private keys, e.g. company-wide or vendor keys.

    On the device, vendors public keys are installed at build time in
    /adb_keys. User-installed keys are stored in /data/misc/adb/adb_keys"

Can someone explain how to append an element to an array in C programming?

Short answer is: You don't have any choice other than:

arr[4] = 5;

Android simple alert dialog

You would simply need to do this in your onClick:

AlertDialog alertDialog = new AlertDialog.Builder(MainActivity.this).create();
alertDialog.setTitle("Alert");
alertDialog.setMessage("Alert message to be shown");
alertDialog.setButton(AlertDialog.BUTTON_NEUTRAL, "OK",
    new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
        public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which) {
            dialog.dismiss();
        }
    });
alertDialog.show();

I don't know from where you saw that you need DialogFragment for simply showing an alert.

Hope this helps.

ImproperlyConfigured: You must either define the environment variable DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE or call settings.configure() before accessing settings

From The Definitive Guide to Django: Web Development Done Right:

If you’ve used Python before, you may be wondering why we’re running python manage.py shell instead of just python. Both commands will start the interactive interpreter, but the manage.py shell command has one key difference: before starting the interpreter, it tells Django which settings file to use.

Use Case: Many parts of Django, including the template system, rely on your settings, and you won’t be able to use them unless the framework knows which settings to use.

If you’re curious, here’s how it works behind the scenes. Django looks for an environment variable called DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE, which should be set to the import path of your settings.py. For example, DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE might be set to 'mysite.settings', assuming mysite is on your Python path.

When you run python manage.py shell, the command takes care of setting DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE for you.**

How to make a view with rounded corners?

Another approach is to make a custom layout class like the one below. This layout first draws its contents to an offscreen bitmap, masks the offscreen bitmap with a rounded rect and then draws the offscreen bitmap on the actual canvas.

I tried it and it seems to work (at least for my simple testcase). It will of course affect performance compared to a regular layout.

package com.example;

import android.content.Context;
import android.graphics.*;
import android.util.AttributeSet;
import android.util.DisplayMetrics;
import android.util.TypedValue;
import android.widget.FrameLayout;

public class RoundedCornerLayout extends FrameLayout {
    private final static float CORNER_RADIUS = 40.0f;

    private Bitmap maskBitmap;
    private Paint paint, maskPaint;
    private float cornerRadius;

    public RoundedCornerLayout(Context context) {
        super(context);
        init(context, null, 0);
    }

    public RoundedCornerLayout(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
        init(context, attrs, 0);
    }

    public RoundedCornerLayout(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyle);
        init(context, attrs, defStyle);
    }

    private void init(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
        DisplayMetrics metrics = context.getResources().getDisplayMetrics();
        cornerRadius = TypedValue.applyDimension(TypedValue.COMPLEX_UNIT_DIP, CORNER_RADIUS, metrics);

        paint = new Paint(Paint.ANTI_ALIAS_FLAG);

        maskPaint = new Paint(Paint.ANTI_ALIAS_FLAG | Paint.FILTER_BITMAP_FLAG);
        maskPaint.setXfermode(new PorterDuffXfermode(PorterDuff.Mode.CLEAR));

        setWillNotDraw(false);
    }

    @Override
    public void draw(Canvas canvas) {
        Bitmap offscreenBitmap = Bitmap.createBitmap(canvas.getWidth(), canvas.getHeight(), Bitmap.Config.ARGB_8888);
        Canvas offscreenCanvas = new Canvas(offscreenBitmap);

        super.draw(offscreenCanvas);

        if (maskBitmap == null) {
            maskBitmap = createMask(canvas.getWidth(), canvas.getHeight());
        }

        offscreenCanvas.drawBitmap(maskBitmap, 0f, 0f, maskPaint);
        canvas.drawBitmap(offscreenBitmap, 0f, 0f, paint);
    }

    private Bitmap createMask(int width, int height) {
        Bitmap mask = Bitmap.createBitmap(width, height, Bitmap.Config.ALPHA_8);
        Canvas canvas = new Canvas(mask);

        Paint paint = new Paint(Paint.ANTI_ALIAS_FLAG);
        paint.setColor(Color.WHITE);

        canvas.drawRect(0, 0, width, height, paint);

        paint.setXfermode(new PorterDuffXfermode(PorterDuff.Mode.CLEAR));
        canvas.drawRoundRect(new RectF(0, 0, width, height), cornerRadius, cornerRadius, paint);

        return mask;
    }
}

Use this like a normal layout:

<com.example.RoundedCornerLayout
    android:layout_width="200dp"
    android:layout_height="200dp">

    <ImageView
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:src="@drawable/test"/>

    <View
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="100dp"
        android:background="#ff0000"
        />

</com.example.RoundedCornerLayout>

Proper way to set response status and JSON content in a REST API made with nodejs and express

FOR IIS

If you are using iisnode to run nodejs through IIS, keep in mind that IIS by default replaces any error message you send.

This means that if you send res.status(401).json({message: "Incorrect authorization token"}) You would get back You do not have permission to view this directory or page.

This behavior can be turned off by using adding the following code to your web.config file under <system.webServer> (source):

<httpErrors existingResponse="PassThrough" />

Difference between Amazon EC2 and AWS Elastic Beanstalk

First off, EC2 and Elastic Compute Cloud are the same thing.

Next, AWS encompasses the range of Web Services that includes EC2 and Elastic Beanstalk. It also includes many others such as S3, RDS, DynamoDB, and all the others.

EC2

EC2 is Amazon's service that allows you to create a server (AWS calls these instances) in the AWS cloud. You pay by the hour and only what you use. You can do whatever you want with this instance as well as launch n number of instances.

Elastic Beanstalk

Elastic Beanstalk is one layer of abstraction away from the EC2 layer. Elastic Beanstalk will setup an "environment" for you that can contain a number of EC2 instances, an optional database, as well as a few other AWS components such as a Elastic Load Balancer, Auto-Scaling Group, Security Group. Then Elastic Beanstalk will manage these items for you whenever you want to update your software running in AWS. Elastic Beanstalk doesn't add any cost on top of these resources that it creates for you. If you have 10 hours of EC2 usage, then all you pay is 10 compute hours.

Running Wordpress

For running Wordpress, it is whatever you are most comfortable with. You could run it straight on a single EC2 instance, you could use a solution from the AWS Marketplace, or you could use Elastic Beanstalk.

What to pick?

In the case that you want to reduce system operations and just focus on the website, then Elastic Beanstalk would be the best choice for that. Elastic Beanstalk supports a PHP stack (as well as others). You can keep your site in version control and easily deploy to your environment whenever you make changes. It will also setup an Autoscaling group which can spawn up more EC2 instances if traffic is growing.

Here's the first result off of Google when searching for "elastic beanstalk wordpress": https://www.otreva.com/blog/deploying-wordpress-amazon-web-services-aws-ec2-rds-via-elasticbeanstalk/

Android setOnClickListener method - How does it work?

That what manual says about setOnClickListener method is:

public void setOnClickListener (View.OnClickListener l)

Added in API level 1 Register a callback to be invoked when this view is clicked. If this view is not clickable, it becomes clickable.

Parameters

l View.OnClickListener: The callback that will run

And normally you have to use it like this

public class ExampleActivity extends Activity implements OnClickListener {
    protected void onCreate(Bundle savedValues) {
        ...
        Button button = (Button)findViewById(R.id.corky);
        button.setOnClickListener(this);
    }

    // Implement the OnClickListener callback
    public void onClick(View v) {
      // do something when the button is clicked
    }
    ...
}

Take a look at this lesson as well Building a Simple Calculator using Android Studio.

What does a "Cannot find symbol" or "Cannot resolve symbol" error mean?

In my case - I had to perform below operations:

  1. Move context.xml file from src/java/package to the resource directory (IntelliJ IDE)
  2. Clean target directory.

Merge two Excel tables Based on matching data in Columns

Put the table in the second image on Sheet2, columns D to F.

In Sheet1, cell D2 use the formula

=iferror(vlookup($A2,Sheet2!$D$1:$F$100,column(A1),false),"")

copy across and down.

Edit: here is a picture. The data is in two sheets. On Sheet1, enter the formula into cell D2. Then copy the formula across to F2 and then down as many rows as you need.

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Explaining the 'find -mtime' command

The POSIX specification for find says:

-mtimen The primary shall evaluate as true if the file modification time subtracted from the initialization time, divided by 86400 (with any remainder discarded), is n.

Interestingly, the description of find does not further specify 'initialization time'. It is probably, though, the time when find is initialized (run).

In the descriptions, wherever n is used as a primary argument, it shall be interpreted as a decimal integer optionally preceded by a plus ( '+' ) or minus-sign ( '-' ) sign, as follows:

+n More than n.
  n Exactly n.
-n Less than n.

At the given time (2014-09-01 00:53:44 -4:00, where I'm deducing that AST is Atlantic Standard Time, and therefore the time zone offset from UTC is -4:00 in ISO 8601 but +4:00 in ISO 9945 (POSIX), but it doesn't matter all that much):

1409547224 = 2014-09-01 00:53:44 -04:00
1409457540 = 2014-08-30 23:59:00 -04:00

so:

1409547224 - 1409457540 = 89684
89684 / 86400 = 1

Even if the 'seconds since the epoch' values are wrong, the relative values are correct (for some time zone somewhere in the world, they are correct).

The n value calculated for the 2014-08-30 log file therefore is exactly 1 (the calculation is done with integer arithmetic), and the +1 rejects it because it is strictly a > 1 comparison (and not >= 1).

Internet Explorer 11 disable "display intranet sites in compatibility view" via meta tag not working

Add the below property into the web.config file for IIS sites. This worked for me on my intranet in IE11.

<system.webServer>
  <httpProtocol>
    <customHeaders>
      <clear />
      <add name="X-UA-Compatible" value="IE=edge" />
    </customHeaders>
  </httpProtocol>
</system.webServer> 

How to enable CORS on Firefox?

I was stucked with this problem for a long time (CORS does not work in FF, but works in Chrome and others). No advice could help. Finally, i found that my local dev subdomain (like sub.example.dev) was not explicitly mentioned in /etc/hosts, thus FF just is not able to find it and shows confusing error message 'Aborted...' in dev tools panel.

Putting the exact subdomain into my local /etc/hosts fixed the problem. /etc/hosts is just a plain-text file in unix systems, so you can open it under the root user and put your subdomain in front of '127.0.0.1' ip address.

Simple pagination in javascript

I'll address any questions you have... but here is an improved pattern you should follow to reduce code duplication.

As a sidenote though, you should consider not doing pagination on client-side. Since if you have a huge dataset, it would mean you need to download all the data before your page loads. Better to implement server-side pagination instead.

Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/Lzp0dw83/

HTML

<div id="listingTable"></div>
<a href="javascript:prevPage()" id="btn_prev">Prev</a>
<a href="javascript:nextPage()" id="btn_next">Next</a>
page: <span id="page"></span>

Javascript (put anywhere):

var current_page = 1;
var records_per_page = 2;

var objJson = [
    { adName: "AdName 1"},
    { adName: "AdName 2"},
    { adName: "AdName 3"},
    { adName: "AdName 4"},
    { adName: "AdName 5"},
    { adName: "AdName 6"},
    { adName: "AdName 7"},
    { adName: "AdName 8"},
    { adName: "AdName 9"},
    { adName: "AdName 10"}
]; // Can be obtained from another source, such as your objJson variable

function prevPage()
{
    if (current_page > 1) {
        current_page--;
        changePage(current_page);
    }
}

function nextPage()
{
    if (current_page < numPages()) {
        current_page++;
        changePage(current_page);
    }
}

function changePage(page)
{
    var btn_next = document.getElementById("btn_next");
    var btn_prev = document.getElementById("btn_prev");
    var listing_table = document.getElementById("listingTable");
    var page_span = document.getElementById("page");

    // Validate page
    if (page < 1) page = 1;
    if (page > numPages()) page = numPages();

    listing_table.innerHTML = "";

    for (var i = (page-1) * records_per_page; i < (page * records_per_page); i++) {
        listing_table.innerHTML += objJson[i].adName + "<br>";
    }
    page_span.innerHTML = page;

    if (page == 1) {
        btn_prev.style.visibility = "hidden";
    } else {
        btn_prev.style.visibility = "visible";
    }

    if (page == numPages()) {
        btn_next.style.visibility = "hidden";
    } else {
        btn_next.style.visibility = "visible";
    }
}

function numPages()
{
    return Math.ceil(objJson.length / records_per_page);
}

window.onload = function() {
    changePage(1);
};

UPDATE 2014/08/27

There is a bug above, where the for loop errors out when a particular page (the last page usually) does not contain records_per_page number of records, as it tries to access a non-existent index.

The fix is simple enough, by adding an extra checking condition into the for loop to account for the size of objJson:

Updated fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/Lzp0dw83/1/

for (var i = (page-1) * records_per_page; i < (page * records_per_page) && i < objJson.length; i++)

JavaScript Loading Screen while page loads

To build further upon the ajax part which you may or may not use (from the comments)

a simple way to load another page and replace it with your current one is:

<script>
    $(document).ready( function() {
        $.ajax({
            type: 'get',
            url: 'http://pageToLoad.from',
            success: function(response) {
                // response = data which has been received and passed on to the 'success' function.
                $('body').html(response);
            }
        });
    });
<script>

Creating lowpass filter in SciPy - understanding methods and units

A few comments:

  • The Nyquist frequency is half the sampling rate.
  • You are working with regularly sampled data, so you want a digital filter, not an analog filter. This means you should not use analog=True in the call to butter, and you should use scipy.signal.freqz (not freqs) to generate the frequency response.
  • One goal of those short utility functions is to allow you to leave all your frequencies expressed in Hz. You shouldn't have to convert to rad/sec. As long as you express your frequencies with consistent units, the scaling in the utility functions takes care of the normalization for you.

Here's my modified version of your script, followed by the plot that it generates.

import numpy as np
from scipy.signal import butter, lfilter, freqz
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt


def butter_lowpass(cutoff, fs, order=5):
    nyq = 0.5 * fs
    normal_cutoff = cutoff / nyq
    b, a = butter(order, normal_cutoff, btype='low', analog=False)
    return b, a

def butter_lowpass_filter(data, cutoff, fs, order=5):
    b, a = butter_lowpass(cutoff, fs, order=order)
    y = lfilter(b, a, data)
    return y


# Filter requirements.
order = 6
fs = 30.0       # sample rate, Hz
cutoff = 3.667  # desired cutoff frequency of the filter, Hz

# Get the filter coefficients so we can check its frequency response.
b, a = butter_lowpass(cutoff, fs, order)

# Plot the frequency response.
w, h = freqz(b, a, worN=8000)
plt.subplot(2, 1, 1)
plt.plot(0.5*fs*w/np.pi, np.abs(h), 'b')
plt.plot(cutoff, 0.5*np.sqrt(2), 'ko')
plt.axvline(cutoff, color='k')
plt.xlim(0, 0.5*fs)
plt.title("Lowpass Filter Frequency Response")
plt.xlabel('Frequency [Hz]')
plt.grid()


# Demonstrate the use of the filter.
# First make some data to be filtered.
T = 5.0         # seconds
n = int(T * fs) # total number of samples
t = np.linspace(0, T, n, endpoint=False)
# "Noisy" data.  We want to recover the 1.2 Hz signal from this.
data = np.sin(1.2*2*np.pi*t) + 1.5*np.cos(9*2*np.pi*t) + 0.5*np.sin(12.0*2*np.pi*t)

# Filter the data, and plot both the original and filtered signals.
y = butter_lowpass_filter(data, cutoff, fs, order)

plt.subplot(2, 1, 2)
plt.plot(t, data, 'b-', label='data')
plt.plot(t, y, 'g-', linewidth=2, label='filtered data')
plt.xlabel('Time [sec]')
plt.grid()
plt.legend()

plt.subplots_adjust(hspace=0.35)
plt.show()

lowpass example

async await return Task

Adding the async keyword is just syntactic sugar to simplify the creation of a state machine. In essence, the compiler takes your code;

public async Task MethodName()
{
     return null;
}

And turns it into;

public Task MethodName()
{
     return Task.FromResult<object>(null);
}

If your code has any await keywords, the compiler must take your method and turn it into a class to represent the state machine required to execute it. At each await keyword, the state of variables and the stack will be preserved in the fields of the class, the class will add itself as a completion hook to the task you are waiting on, then return.

When that task completes, your task will be executed again. So some extra code is added to the top of the method to restore the state of variables and jump into the next slab of your code.

See What does async & await generate? for a gory example.

This process has a lot in common with the way the compiler handles iterator methods with yield statements.

What is the order of precedence for CSS?

Also important to note is that when you have two styles on an HTML element with equal precedence, the browser will give precedence to the styles that were written to the DOM last ... so if in the DOM:

<html>
<head>
<style>.container-ext { width: 100%; }</style>
<style>.container { width: 50px; }</style>
</head>
<body>
<div class="container container-ext">Hello World</div>
</body>

...the width of the div will be 50px

Replacing a 32-bit loop counter with 64-bit introduces crazy performance deviations with _mm_popcnt_u64 on Intel CPUs

Ok, I want to provide a small answer to one of the sub-questions that the OP asked that don't seem to be addressed in the existing questions. Caveat, I have not done any testing or code generation, or disassembly, just wanted to share a thought for others to possibly expound upon.

Why does the static change the performance?

The line in question: uint64_t size = atol(argv[1])<<20;

Short Answer

I would look at the assembly generated for accessing size and see if there are extra steps of pointer indirection involved for the non-static version.

Long Answer

Since there is only one copy of the variable whether it was declared static or not, and the size doesn't change, I theorize that the difference is the location of the memory used to back the variable along with where it is used in the code further down.

Ok, to start with the obvious, remember that all local variables (along with parameters) of a function are provided space on the stack for use as storage. Now, obviously, the stack frame for main() never cleans up and is only generated once. Ok, what about making it static? Well, in that case the compiler knows to reserve space in the global data space of the process so the location can not be cleared by the removal of a stack frame. But still, we only have one location so what is the difference? I suspect it has to do with how memory locations on the stack are referenced.

When the compiler is generating the symbol table, it just makes an entry for a label along with relevant attributes, like size, etc. It knows that it must reserve the appropriate space in memory but doesn't actually pick that location until somewhat later in process after doing liveness analysis and possibly register allocation. How then does the linker know what address to provide to the machine code for the final assembly code? It either knows the final location or knows how to arrive at the location. With a stack, it is pretty simple to refer to a location based one two elements, the pointer to the stackframe and then an offset into the frame. This is basically because the linker can't know the location of the stackframe before runtime.

What's the difference between abstraction and encapsulation?

My opinion of abstraction is not in the sense of hiding implementation or background details!

Abstraction gives us the benefit to deal with a representation of the real world which is easier to handle, has the ability to be reused, could be combined with other components of our more or less complex program package. So we have to find out how we pick a complete peace of the real world, which is complete enough to represent the sense of our algorithm and data. The implementation of the interface may hide the details but this is not part of the work we have to do for abstracting something.

For me most important thing for abstraction is:

  1. reduction of complexity
  2. reduction of size/quantity
  3. splitting of non related domains to clear and independent components

All this has for me nothing to do with hiding background details!

If you think of sorting some data, abstraction can result in:

  1. a sorting algorithm, which is independent of the data representation
  2. a compare function, which is independent of data and sort algorithm
  3. a generic data representation, which is independent of the used algorithms

All these has nothing to do with hiding information.

Comparing strings, c++

.compare() returns an integer, which is a measure of the difference between the two strings.

  • A return value of 0 indicates that the two strings compare as equal.
  • A positive value means that the compared string is longer, or the first non-matching character is greater.
  • A negative value means that the compared string is shorter, or the first non-matching character is lower.

operator== simply returns a boolean, indicating whether the strings are equal or not.

If you don't need the extra detail, you may as well just use ==.

Python mock multiple return values

You can assign an iterable to side_effect, and the mock will return the next value in the sequence each time it is called:

>>> from unittest.mock import Mock
>>> m = Mock()
>>> m.side_effect = ['foo', 'bar', 'baz']
>>> m()
'foo'
>>> m()
'bar'
>>> m()
'baz'

Quoting the Mock() documentation:

If side_effect is an iterable then each call to the mock will return the next value from the iterable.

how to make window.open pop up Modal?

I was able to make parent window disable. However making the pop-up always keep raised didn't work. Below code works even for frame tags. Just add id and class property to frame tag and it works well there too.

In parent window use:

<head>    
<style>
.disableWin{
     pointer-events: none;
}
</style>
<script type="text/javascript">
    function openPopUp(url) {
      disableParentWin(); 
      var win = window.open(url);
      win.focus();
      checkPopUpClosed(win);
    }
    /*Function to detect pop up is closed and take action to enable parent window*/
   function checkPopUpClosed(win) {
         var timer = setInterval(function() {
              if(win.closed) {
                  clearInterval(timer);                  
                  enableParentWin();
              }
          }, 1000);
     }
     /*Function to enable parent window*/ 
     function enableParentWin() {
          window.document.getElementById('mainDiv').class="";
     }
     /*Function to enable parent window*/ 
     function disableParentWin() {
          window.document.getElementById('mainDiv').class="disableWin";
     }

</script>
</head>

<body>
<div id="mainDiv class="">
</div>
</body>    

Maven skip tests

There is a difference between each parameter.

  • The -DskipTests skip running tests phase, it means at the end of this process you will have your tests compiled.

  • The -Dmaven.test.skip=true skip compiling and running tests phase.

As the parameter -Dmaven.test.skip=true skip compiling you don't have the tests artifact.

For more information just read the surfire documentation: http://maven.apache.org/plugins-archives/maven-surefire-plugin-2.12.4/examples/skipping-test.html

Backup/Restore a dockerized PostgreSQL database

I had this issue while trying to use a db_dump to restore a db. I normally use dbeaver to restore- however received a psql dump, so had to figure out a method to restore using the docker container.

The methodology recommended by Forth and edited by Soviut worked for me:

cat your_dump.sql | docker exec -i your-db-container psql -U postgres -d dbname

(since this was a single db dump and not multiple db's i included the name)

However, in order to get this to work, I had to also go into the virtualenv that the docker container and project were in. This eluded me for a bit before figuring it out- as I was receiving the following docker error.

read unix @->/var/run/docker.sock: read: connection reset by peer

This can be caused by the file /var/lib/docker/network/files/local-kv.db .I don't know the accuracy of this statement: but I believe I was seeing this as I do not user docker locally, so therefore did not have this file, which it was looking for, using Forth's answer.

I then navigated to correct directory (with the project) activated the virtualenv and then ran the accepted answer. Boom, worked like a top. Hope this helps someone else out there!

What is setContentView(R.layout.main)?

You can set content view (or design) of an activity. For example you can do it like this too :

public void onCreate(Bundle savedinstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedinstanceState);

    Button testButon = new Button(this);

    setContentView(testButon);   
}

Also watch this tutorial too.

What exactly does the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header do?

By default, CORS does not include cookies on cross-origin requests. This is different from other cross-origin techniques such as JSON-P. JSON-P always includes cookies with the request, and this behavior can lead to a class of vulnerabilities called cross-site request forgery, or CSRF.

In order to reduce the chance of CSRF vulnerabilities in CORS, CORS requires both the server and the client to acknowledge that it is ok to include cookies on requests. Doing this makes cookies an active decision, rather than something that happens passively without any control.

The client code must set the withCredentials property on the XMLHttpRequest to true in order to give permission.

However, this header alone is not enough. The server must respond with the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Responding with this header to true means that the server allows cookies (or other user credentials) to be included on cross-origin requests.

You also need to make sure your browser isn't blocking third-party cookies if you want cross-origin credentialed requests to work.

Note that regardless of whether you are making same-origin or cross-origin requests, you need to protect your site from CSRF (especially if your request includes cookies).

Apache Spark: The number of cores vs. the number of executors

There is a small issue in the First two configurations i think. The concepts of threads and cores like follows. The concept of threading is if the cores are ideal then use that core to process the data. So the memory is not fully utilized in first two cases. If you want to bench mark this example choose the machines which has more than 10 cores on each machine. Then do the bench mark.

But dont give more than 5 cores per executor there will be bottle neck on i/o performance.

So the best machines to do this bench marking might be data nodes which have 10 cores.

Data node machine spec: CPU: Core i7-4790 (# of cores: 10, # of threads: 20) RAM: 32GB (8GB x 4) HDD: 8TB (2TB x 4)

Action bar navigation modes are deprecated in Android L

The new Toolbar cannot be used for inflating multiple line objects, so it is impossible to add Tabs to it.
If you want to use a Toolbar like a TabWidget you can insert some Tab Objects to it, but only with the old Holo style.

Here there is a custom Library that uses v7 Toolbar like TabWidget with the new Material Design animations, but it uses the same methods from the old ActionBar Tabs, so you can attach your ViewPager to it.

Pass a password to ssh in pure bash

You can not specify the password from the command line but you can do either using ssh keys or using sshpass as suggested by John C. or using a expect script.

To use sshpass, you need to install it first. Then

sshpass -f <(printf '%s\n' your_password) ssh user@hostname

instead of using sshpass -p your_password. As mentioned by Charles Duffy in the comments, it is safer to supply the password from a file or from a variable instead of from command line.

BTW, a little explanation for the <(command) syntax. The shell executes the command inside the parentheses and replaces the whole thing with a file descriptor, which is connected to the command's stdout. You can find more from this answer https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/156084/why-does-process-substitution-result-in-a-file-called-dev-fd-63-which-is-a-pipe

Duplicate symbols for architecture x86_64 under Xcode

The answers above didn't work for me. Here's how I got around it:

1) in finder, delete the entire Pods folder and Podfile.lock file 2) close the xcode project 3) run pod install in the terminal 4) open the xcode project, run the clean build command

Worked for me after that.

Loading/Downloading image from URL on Swift

If you just want to load image (Asynchronously!) - just add this small extension to your swift code:

extension UIImageView {
    public func imageFromUrl(urlString: String) {
        if let url = NSURL(string: urlString) {
            let request = NSURLRequest(URL: url)
            NSURLConnection.sendAsynchronousRequest(request, queue: NSOperationQueue.mainQueue()) {
                (response: NSURLResponse?, data: NSData?, error: NSError?) -> Void in
                if let imageData = data as NSData? {
                    self.image = UIImage(data: imageData)
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

And use it this way:

myImageView.imageFromUrl("https://robohash.org/123.png")

Where are Magento's log files located?

You can find them in /var/log within your root Magento installation

There will usually be two files by default, exception.log and system.log.

If the directories or files don't exist, create them and give them the correct permissions, then enable logging within Magento by going to System > Configuration > Developer > Log Settings > Enabled = Yes

Meaning of numbers in "col-md-4"," col-xs-1", "col-lg-2" in Bootstrap

The main point is this:

col-lg-* col-md-* col-xs-* col-sm define how many columns will there be in these different screen sizes.

Example: if you want there to be two columns in desktop screens and in phone screens you put two col-md-6 and two col-xs-6 classes in your columns.

If you want there to be two columns in desktop screens and only one column in phone screens (ie two rows stacked on top of each other) you put two col-md-6 and two col-xs-12 in your columns and because sum will be 24 they will auto stack on top of each other, or just leave xs style out.

dispatch_after - GCD in Swift?

A clearer idea of the structure:

dispatch_after(when: dispatch_time_t, queue: dispatch_queue_t, block: dispatch_block_t?)

dispatch_time_t is a UInt64. The dispatch_queue_t is actually type aliased to an NSObject, but you should just use your familiar GCD methods to get queues. The block is a Swift closure. Specifically, dispatch_block_t is defined as () -> Void, which is equivalent to () -> ().

Example usage:

let delayTime = dispatch_time(DISPATCH_TIME_NOW, Int64(1 * Double(NSEC_PER_SEC)))
dispatch_after(delayTime, dispatch_get_main_queue()) {
    print("test")
}

EDIT:

I recommend using @matt's really nice delay function.

EDIT 2:

In Swift 3, there will be new wrappers for GCD. See here: https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0088-libdispatch-for-swift3.md

The original example would be written as follows in Swift 3:

let deadlineTime = DispatchTime.now() + .seconds(1)
DispatchQueue.main.asyncAfter(deadline: deadlineTime) {
    print("test")
}

Note that you can write the deadlineTime declaration as DispatchTime.now() + 1.0 and get the same result because the + operator is overridden as follows (similarly for -):

  • func +(time: DispatchTime, seconds: Double) -> DispatchTime
  • func +(time: DispatchWalltime, interval: DispatchTimeInterval) -> DispatchWalltime

This means that if you don't use the DispatchTimeInterval enum and just write a number, it is assumed that you are using seconds.

How to print to console using swift playground?

You may still have trouble displaying the output in the Assistant Editor. Rather than wrapping the string in println(), simply output the string. For example:

for index in 1...5 {
    "The number is \(index)"
}

Will write (5 times) in the playground area. This will allow you to display it in the Assistant Editor (via the little circle on the far right edge).

However, if you were to println("The number is \(index)") you wouldn't be able to visualize it in the Assistant Editor.

Mipmap drawables for icons

res/
mipmap-mdpi/ic_launcher.png (48x48 pixels)
mipmap-hdpi/ic_launcher.png (72x72)
mipmap-xhdpi/ic_launcher.png (96x96)
mipmap-xxhdpi/ic_launcher.png (144x144)
mipmap-xxxhdpi/ic_launcher.png (192x192)

MipMap for app icon for launcher

http://android-developers.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/getting-your-apps-ready-for-nexus-6-and.html

https://androidbycode.wordpress.com/2015/02/14/goodbye-launcher-drawables-hello-mipmaps/

Unable to resolve "unable to get local issuer certificate" using git on Windows with self-signed certificate

  1. Download certificate from this link: https://github.com/bagder/ca-bundle
  2. Add it to C:\Program Files\Git\bin and C:\Program Files\Git\mingw64\bin

Then try something like: git clone https://github.com/heroku/node-js-getting-started.git

What does -Xmn jvm option stands for

From here:

-Xmn : the size of the heap for the young generation

Young generation represents all the objects which have a short life of time. Young generation objects are in a specific location into the heap, where the garbage collector will pass often. All new objects are created into the young generation region (called "eden"). When an object survive is still "alive" after more than 2-3 gc cleaning, then it will be swap has an "old generation" : they are "survivor".

And a more "official" source from IBM:

-Xmn

Sets the initial and maximum size of the new (nursery) heap to the specified value when using -Xgcpolicy:gencon. Equivalent to setting both -Xmns and -Xmnx. If you set either -Xmns or -Xmnx, you cannot set -Xmn. If you attempt to set -Xmn with either -Xmns or -Xmnx, the VM will not start, returning an error. By default, -Xmn is selected internally according to your system's capability. You can use the -verbose:sizes option to find out the values that the VM is currently using.

How to use Elasticsearch with MongoDB?

Here I found another good option to migrate your MongoDB data to Elasticsearch. A go daemon that syncs mongodb to elasticsearch in realtime. Its the Monstache. Its available at : Monstache

Below the initial setp to configure and use it.

Step 1:

C:\Program Files\MongoDB\Server\4.0\bin>mongod --smallfiles --oplogSize 50 --replSet test

Step 2 :

C:\Program Files\MongoDB\Server\4.0\bin>mongo

C:\Program Files\MongoDB\Server\4.0\bin>mongo
MongoDB shell version v4.0.2
connecting to: mongodb://127.0.0.1:27017
MongoDB server version: 4.0.2
Server has startup warnings:
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten]
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] ** WARNING: Access control is not enabled for the database.
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] **          Read and write access to data and configuration is unrestricted.
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten]
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] ** WARNING: This server is bound to localhost.
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] **          Remote systems will be unable to connect to this server.
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] **          Start the server with --bind_ip <address> to specify which IP
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] **          addresses it should serve responses from, or with --bind_ip_all to
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] **          bind to all interfaces. If this behavior is desired, start the
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten] **          server with --bind_ip 127.0.0.1 to disable this warning.
2019-01-18T16:56:44.931+0530 I CONTROL  [initandlisten]
MongoDB Enterprise test:PRIMARY>

Step 3 : Verify the replication.

MongoDB Enterprise test:PRIMARY> rs.status();
{
        "set" : "test",
        "date" : ISODate("2019-01-18T11:39:00.380Z"),
        "myState" : 1,
        "term" : NumberLong(2),
        "syncingTo" : "",
        "syncSourceHost" : "",
        "syncSourceId" : -1,
        "heartbeatIntervalMillis" : NumberLong(2000),
        "optimes" : {
                "lastCommittedOpTime" : {
                        "ts" : Timestamp(1547811537, 1),
                        "t" : NumberLong(2)
                },
                "readConcernMajorityOpTime" : {
                        "ts" : Timestamp(1547811537, 1),
                        "t" : NumberLong(2)
                },
                "appliedOpTime" : {
                        "ts" : Timestamp(1547811537, 1),
                        "t" : NumberLong(2)
                },
                "durableOpTime" : {
                        "ts" : Timestamp(1547811537, 1),
                        "t" : NumberLong(2)
                }
        },
        "lastStableCheckpointTimestamp" : Timestamp(1547811517, 1),
        "members" : [
                {
                        "_id" : 0,
                        "name" : "localhost:27017",
                        "health" : 1,
                        "state" : 1,
                        "stateStr" : "PRIMARY",
                        "uptime" : 736,
                        "optime" : {
                                "ts" : Timestamp(1547811537, 1),
                                "t" : NumberLong(2)
                        },
                        "optimeDate" : ISODate("2019-01-18T11:38:57Z"),
                        "syncingTo" : "",
                        "syncSourceHost" : "",
                        "syncSourceId" : -1,
                        "infoMessage" : "",
                        "electionTime" : Timestamp(1547810805, 1),
                        "electionDate" : ISODate("2019-01-18T11:26:45Z"),
                        "configVersion" : 1,
                        "self" : true,
                        "lastHeartbeatMessage" : ""
                }
        ],
        "ok" : 1,
        "operationTime" : Timestamp(1547811537, 1),
        "$clusterTime" : {
                "clusterTime" : Timestamp(1547811537, 1),
                "signature" : {
                        "hash" : BinData(0,"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA="),
                        "keyId" : NumberLong(0)
                }
        }
}
MongoDB Enterprise test:PRIMARY>

Step 4. Download the "https://github.com/rwynn/monstache/releases". Unzip the download and adjust your PATH variable to include the path to the folder for your platform. GO to cmd and type "monstache -v" # 4.13.1 Monstache uses the TOML format for its configuration. Configure the file for migration named config.toml

Step 5.

My config.toml -->

mongo-url = "mongodb://127.0.0.1:27017/?replicaSet=test"
elasticsearch-urls = ["http://localhost:9200"]

direct-read-namespaces = [ "admin.users" ]

gzip = true
stats = true
index-stats = true

elasticsearch-max-conns = 4
elasticsearch-max-seconds = 5
elasticsearch-max-bytes = 8000000 

dropped-collections = false
dropped-databases = false

resume = true
resume-write-unsafe = true
resume-name = "default"
index-files = false
file-highlighting = false
verbose = true
exit-after-direct-reads = false

index-as-update=true
index-oplog-time=true

Step 6.

D:\15-1-19>monstache -f config.toml

Monstache Running...

Confirm Migrated Data at Elasticsearch

Add Record at Mongo

Monstache Captured the event and migrate the data to elasticsearch

How do I clone a job in Jenkins?

To copy an existing job, go to http://your-jenkins/newJob and use the "Copy existing job" option. Enter the name of the existing job - Jenkins will verify whether it exists.

The default tab on the front page of Jenkins should list all existing jobs, but maybe your predecessor deleted the tab. You can create a new tab listing all jobs from http://your-jenkins/newView.

Set up Python 3 build system with Sublime Text 3

Steps to Make Sublime Text a Python IDE (Windows)

Tested successfully on Sublime Text 3. Assuming Sublime Text and package control are already installed . . .

  1. Install Python (python.org) and pay attention to where it is installed or choose a simple location like the C drive, agreeing to remove character limit at the end of the installation.

  2. Install package SublimeREPL (Cntrl + Shift + P, Package Control - Install Package, SublimeREPL, Enter).

  3. Go to Preferences, Package Settings, SublimeREPL, Settings - User.

  4. Paste in the following, updating the file path to your python installation folder, as needed. You may customize these and choose whatever syntax you like (last line) but I prefer my output in plain text.

    {
      "default_extend_env": {"PATH":"C:\\Program Files\\Python36\\"},
      "repl_view_settings": {
      "translate_tabs_to_spaces": false,
      "auto_indent": false,
      "smart_indent": false,
      "spell_check": false,
      "indent_subsequent_lines": false,
      "detect_indentation": false,
      "auto_complete": true,
      "line_numbers": false,
      "gutter": false,
      "syntax": "Packages/Text/Plain text.tmLanguage"
      }
    }
    
  5. Save and close the file (SublimeREPL.sublime-settings).

  6. Go to Tools, Build System, New Build System.

  7. Replace all existing text with the following:

    {
    "target": "run_existing_window_command", 
    "id": "repl_python_run",
    "file": "config/Python/Main.sublime-menu"
    }
    
  8. Cntrl + S or save as "C:\Users[username]\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 3\Packages\User\SublimeREPL-python.sublime-build" updating username or path as needed. This should be wherever your settings and builds are stored by Sublime Text.

  9. Go to Tools, Build System, select SublimeREPL-python.

  10. All done--now to test. Open or create a simple python file, having a *.py extension and save it wherever desired.

  11. Make sure the file is open and selected in Sublime Text. Now, when you press Cntrl + B to build and run it, it will open another tab, titled "REPL [python]", executing and displaying the results of your python code.

If you would like to go a step further, I highly recommend making the follow changes, to allow Sublime to reload your executed python in the same window, when you press Cntrl+B (Build), instead of it opening a new tab each time:

Add the following line in the "repl_python_run" command in (Preferences, Browse Packages) SublimeREPL\config\Python\Main.sublime-menu, right before the "external_id": "python" argument:

"view_id": "*REPL* [python]",

and then to change the line:

if view.id() == view_id

into:

if view.name() == view_id

in SublimeREPL\sublimerepl.py.

jQuery: get data attribute

Change IDs and data attributes as you wish!

  <select id="selectVehicle">
       <option value="1" data-year="2011">Mazda</option>
       <option value="2" data-year="2015">Honda</option>
       <option value="3" data-year="2008">Mercedes</option>
       <option value="4" data-year="2005">Toyota</option>
  </select>

$("#selectVehicle").change(function () {
     alert($(this).find(':selected').data("year"));
});

Here is the working example: https://jsfiddle.net/ed5axgvk/1/

Laravel: Validation unique on update

For unique rule in the controller - which obviously will be different for the store method and the update method, I usually make a function within the controller for rules which will return an array of rules.

protected function rules($request)
{
    $commonRules = [
        'first_name' => "required",
        'last_name' => "required",
        'password' => "required|min:6|same:password_confirm",
        'password_confirm' => "required:min:6|same:password",
        'password_current' => "required:min:6"
    ];

    $uniqueRules = $request->id

          //update
        ? ['email_address' => ['required', 'email', 'unique:users,email' . $request->get('id')]]

          //store
        : ['email_address' => ['required', 'email', 'unique:users,email']];


    return array_merge($commonRules, $uinqueRules);
}

Then in the respective store and update methods

$validatedData = $request->validate($this->rules($request));

This saves from defining two different rule sets for store and update methods.

If you can afford to compromise a bit on readability, it can also be

protected function rules($request)
{
    return [
        'first_name' => "required",
        'last_name' => "required",
        'password' => "required|min:6|same:password_confirm",
        'password_confirm' => "required:min:6|same:password",
        'password_current' => "required:min:6",
        'email_address' => ['required', 'email', 'unique:users,email' . $request->id ?: null]
    ];
}

AngularJS UI Router - change url without reloading state

Calling

$state.go($state.current, {myParam: newValue}, {notify: false});

will still reload the controller, meaning you will lose state data.

To avoid it, simply declare the parameter as dynamic:

$stateProvider.state({
    name: 'myState',
    url: '/my_state?myParam',
    params: {
        myParam: {
          dynamic: true,    // <----------
        }
    },
    ...
});

Then you don't even need the notify, just calling

$state.go($state.current, {myParam: newValue})

suffices. Neato!

From the documentation:

When dynamic is true, changes to the parameter value will not cause the state to be entered/exited. The resolves will not be re-fetched, nor will views be reloaded.

This can be useful to build UI where the component updates itself when the param values change.

How to modify a global variable within a function in bash?

Maybe you can use a file, write to file inside function, read from file after it. I have changed e to an array. In this example blanks are used as separator when reading back the array.

#!/bin/bash

declare -a e
e[0]="first"
e[1]="secondddd"

function test1 () {
 e[2]="third"
 e[1]="second"
 echo "${e[@]}" > /tmp/tempout
 echo hi
}

ret=$(test1)

echo "$ret"

read -r -a e < /tmp/tempout
echo "${e[@]}"
echo "${e[0]}"
echo "${e[1]}"
echo "${e[2]}"

Output:

hi
first second third
first
second
third

How to find what code is run by a button or element in Chrome using Developer Tools

This solution needs the jQuery's data method.

  1. Open Chrome's console (although any browser with jQuery loaded will work)
  2. Run $._data($(".example").get(0), "events")
  3. Drill down the output to find the desired event handler.
  4. Right-click on "handler" and select "Show function definition"
  5. The code will be shown in the Sources tab

$._data() is just accessing jQuery's data method. A more readable alternative could be jQuery._data().

Interesting point by this SO answer:

As of jQuery 1.8, the event data is no longer available from the "public API" for data. Read this jQuery blog post. You should now use this instead:

jQuery._data( elem, "events" ); elem should be an HTML Element, not a jQuery object, or selector.

Please note, that this is an internal, 'private' structure, and shouldn't be modified. Use this for debugging purposes only.

In older versions of jQuery, you might have to use the old method which is:

jQuery( elem ).data( "events" );

A version agnostic jQuery would be: (jQuery._data || jQuery.data)(elem, 'events');

Tests not running in Test Explorer

If you are using NUnit rather than MSTest then you will need the NUnit Test Adapter Extension for Visual Studio 2012/2013.

Connect HTML page with SQL server using javascript

Before The execution of following code, I assume you have created a database and a table (with columns Name (varchar), Age(INT) and Address(varchar)) inside that database. Also please update your SQL Server name , UserID, password, DBname and table name in the code below.

In the code. I have used VBScript and embedded it in HTML. Try it out!

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<script type="text/vbscript">
<!--    

Sub Submit_onclick()
Dim Connection
Dim ConnString
Dim Recordset

Set connection=CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Set Recordset=CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
ConnString="DRIVER={SQL Server};SERVER=*YourSQLserverNameHere*;UID=*YourUserIdHere*;PWD=*YourpasswordHere*;DATABASE=*YourDBNameHere*"
Connection.Open ConnString

dim form1
Set form1 = document.Register

Name1 = form1.Name.value
Age1 = form1.Age.Value
Add1 = form1.address.value

connection.execute("INSERT INTO [*YourTableName*] VALUES ('"&Name1 &"'," &Age1 &",'"&Add1 &"')")

End Sub

//-->
</script>
</head>
<body>

<h2>Please Fill details</h2><br>
<p>
<form name="Register">
<pre>
<font face="Times New Roman" size="3">Please enter the log in credentials:<br>
Name:   <input type="text" name="Name">
Age:        <input type="text" name="Age">
Address:        <input type="text" name="address">
<input type="button" id ="Submit" value="submit" /><font></form> 
</p>
</pre>
</body>
</html>

Returning a value from callback function in Node.js

I am facing small trouble in returning a value from callback function in Node.js

This is not a "small trouble", it is actually impossible to "return" a value in the traditional sense from an asynchronous function.

Since you cannot "return the value" you must call the function that will need the value once you have it. @display_name already answered your question, but I just wanted to point out that the return in doCall is not returning the value in the traditional way. You could write doCall as follow:

function doCall(urlToCall, callback) {
    urllib.request(urlToCall, { wd: 'nodejs' }, function (err, data, response) {                              
        var statusCode = response.statusCode;
        finalData = getResponseJson(statusCode, data.toString());
        // call the function that needs the value
        callback(finalData);
        // we are done
        return;
    });
}

Line callback(finalData); is what calls the function that needs the value that you got from the async function. But be aware that the return statement is used to indicate that the function ends here, but it does not mean that the value is returned to the caller (the caller already moved on.)

How to move table from one tablespace to another in oracle 11g

I tried many scripts but they didn't work for all objects. You can't move clustered objects from one tablespace to another. For that you will have to use expdp, so I will suggest expdp is the best option to move all objects to a different tablespace.

Below is the command:

nohup expdp \"/ as sysdba\" DIRECTORY=test_dir DUMPFILE=users.dmp LOGFILE=users.log TABLESPACES=USERS &

You can check this link for details.

Loop backwards using indices in Python?

You can always do increasing range and subtract from a variable in your case 100 - i where i in range( 0, 101 ).

for i in range( 0, 101 ):
    print 100 - i

Replace preg_replace() e modifier with preg_replace_callback

In a regular expression, you can "capture" parts of the matched string with (brackets); in this case, you are capturing the (^|_) and ([a-z]) parts of the match. These are numbered starting at 1, so you have back-references 1 and 2. Match 0 is the whole matched string.

The /e modifier takes a replacement string, and substitutes backslash followed by a number (e.g. \1) with the appropriate back-reference - but because you're inside a string, you need to escape the backslash, so you get '\\1'. It then (effectively) runs eval to run the resulting string as though it was PHP code (which is why it's being deprecated, because it's easy to use eval in an insecure way).

The preg_replace_callback function instead takes a callback function and passes it an array containing the matched back-references. So where you would have written '\\1', you instead access element 1 of that parameter - e.g. if you have an anonymous function of the form function($matches) { ... }, the first back-reference is $matches[1] inside that function.

So a /e argument of

'do_stuff(\\1) . "and" . do_stuff(\\2)'

could become a callback of

function($m) { return do_stuff($m[1]) . "and" . do_stuff($m[2]); }

Or in your case

'strtoupper("\\2")'

could become

function($m) { return strtoupper($m[2]); }

Note that $m and $matches are not magic names, they're just the parameter name I gave when declaring my callback functions. Also, you don't have to pass an anonymous function, it could be a function name as a string, or something of the form array($object, $method), as with any callback in PHP, e.g.

function stuffy_callback($things) {
    return do_stuff($things[1]) . "and" . do_stuff($things[2]);
}
$foo = preg_replace_callback('/([a-z]+) and ([a-z]+)/', 'stuffy_callback', 'fish and chips');

As with any function, you can't access variables outside your callback (from the surrounding scope) by default. When using an anonymous function, you can use the use keyword to import the variables you need to access, as discussed in the PHP manual. e.g. if the old argument was

'do_stuff(\\1, $foo)'

then the new callback might look like

function($m) use ($foo) { return do_stuff($m[1], $foo); }

Gotchas

  • Use of preg_replace_callback is instead of the /e modifier on the regex, so you need to remove that flag from your "pattern" argument. So a pattern like /blah(.*)blah/mei would become /blah(.*)blah/mi.
  • The /e modifier used a variant of addslashes() internally on the arguments, so some replacements used stripslashes() to remove it; in most cases, you probably want to remove the call to stripslashes from your new callback.

How to convert datatype:object to float64 in python?

You can try this:

df['2nd'] = pd.to_numeric(df['2nd'].str.replace(',', ''))
df['CTR'] = pd.to_numeric(df['CTR'].str.replace('%', ''))

Printing a 2D array in C

...
for(int i=0;i<3;i++){ //Rows
for(int j=0;j<5;j++){ //Cols
 printf("%<...>\t",var);
}
printf("\n");
}
...

considering that <...> would be d,e,f,s,c... etc datatype... X)

Storyboard - refer to ViewController in AppDelegate

If you use XCode 5 you should do it in a different way.

  • Select your UIViewController in UIStoryboard
  • Go to the Identity Inspector on the right top pane
  • Check the Use Storyboard ID checkbox
  • Write a unique id to the Storyboard ID field

Then write your code.

// Override point for customization after application launch.

if (<your implementation>) {
    UIStoryboard *mainStoryboard = [UIStoryboard storyboardWithName:@"Main" 
                                                             bundle: nil];
    YourViewController *yourController = (YourViewController *)[mainStoryboard 
      instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier:@"YourViewControllerID"];
    self.window.rootViewController = yourController;
}

return YES;

Negation in Python

Combining the input from everyone else (use not, no parens, use os.mkdir) you'd get...

special_path_for_john = "/usr/share/sounds/blues"
if not os.path.exists(special_path_for_john):
    os.mkdir(special_path_for_john)

How to center absolute div horizontally using CSS?

Although above answers are correct but to make it simple for newbies, all you need to do is set margin, left and right. following code will do it provided that width is set and position is absolute:

margin: 0 auto;
left: 0;
right: 0;

Demo:

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.centeredBox {_x000D_
    margin: 0 auto;_x000D_
    left: 0;_x000D_
    right: 0;_x000D_
   _x000D_
   _x000D_
   /** Position should be absolute */_x000D_
    position: absolute;_x000D_
    /** And box must have a width, any width */_x000D_
    width: 40%;_x000D_
    background: #faebd7;_x000D_
   _x000D_
   }
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<div class="centeredBox">Centered Box</div>
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How to justify a single flexbox item (override justify-content)

To expand on Pavlo's answer https://stackoverflow.com/a/34063808/1069914, you can have multiple child items justify-content: flex-start in their behavior but have the last item justify-content: flex-end

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.container {
  height: 100px;
  border: solid 10px skyblue;
  display: flex;
  justify-content: flex-end;
}

.container > *:not(:last-child) {
    margin-right: 0;
    margin-left: 0;
}

/* set the second to last-child */
.container > :nth-last-child(2) {
    margin-right: auto;
    margin-left: 0;
}

.block {
  width: 50px;
  background: tomato;
  border: 1px solid black;
}
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<div class="container">
    <div class="block"></div>
    <div class="block"></div>
    <div class="block"></div>
    <div class="block" style="width:150px">I should be at the end of the flex container (i.e. justify-content: flex-end)</div>
</div>
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What to put in a python module docstring?

Think about somebody doing help(yourmodule) at the interactive interpreter's prompt — what do they want to know? (Other methods of extracting and displaying the information are roughly equivalent to help in terms of amount of information). So if you have in x.py:

"""This module does blah blah."""

class Blah(object):
  """This class does blah blah."""

then:

>>> import x; help(x)

shows:

Help on module x:

NAME
    x - This module does blah blah.

FILE
    /tmp/x.py

CLASSES
    __builtin__.object
        Blah

    class Blah(__builtin__.object)
     |  This class does blah blah.
     |  
     |  Data and other attributes defined here:
     |  
     |  __dict__ = <dictproxy object>
     |      dictionary for instance variables (if defined)
     |  
     |  __weakref__ = <attribute '__weakref__' of 'Blah' objects>
     |      list of weak references to the object (if defined)

As you see, the detailed information on the classes (and functions too, though I'm not showing one here) is already included from those components' docstrings; the module's own docstring should describe them very summarily (if at all) and rather concentrate on a concise summary of what the module as a whole can do for you, ideally with some doctested examples (just like functions and classes ideally should have doctested examples in their docstrings).

I don't see how metadata such as author name and copyright / license helps the module's user — it can rather go in comments, since it could help somebody considering whether or not to reuse or modify the module.

docker mounting volumes on host

If you came here because you were looking for a simple way to browse any VOLUME:

  1. Find out the name of the volume with docker volume list
  2. Shut down all running containers to which this volume is attached to
  3. Run docker run -it --rm --mount source=[NAME OF VOLUME],target=/volume busybox
  4. A shell will open. cd /volume to enter the volume.

Send FormData and String Data Together Through JQuery AJAX?

I try to contribute my code collaboration with my friend . modification from this forum.

$('#upload').on('click', function() {
            var fd = new FormData();
              var c=0;
              var file_data,arr;
              $('input[type="file"]').each(function(){
                  file_data = $('input[type="file"]')[c].files; // get multiple files from input file
                  console.log(file_data);
               for(var i = 0;i<file_data.length;i++){
                   fd.append('arr[]', file_data[i]); // we can put more than 1 image file
               }
              c++;
           }); 

               $.ajax({
                   url: 'test.php',
                   data: fd,
                   contentType: false,
                   processData: false,
                   type: 'POST',
                   success: function(data){
                       console.log(data);
                   }
               });
           });

this my html file

<form name="form" id="form" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
<input type="file" name="file[]"multiple>
<input type="button" name="submit" value="upload" id="upload">

this php code file

<?php 
$count = count($_FILES['arr']['name']); // arr from fd.append('arr[]')
var_dump($count);
echo $count;
var_dump($_FILES['arr']);

if ( $count == 0 ) {
   echo 'Error: ' . $_FILES['arr']['error'][0] . '<br>';
}
else {
    $i = 0;
    for ($i = 0; $i < $count; $i++) { 
        move_uploaded_file($_FILES['arr']['tmp_name'][$i], 'uploads/' . $_FILES['arr']['name'][$i]);
    }

}
?>

I hope people with same problem , can fast solve this problem. i got headache because multiple upload image.

Hide/Show Column in an HTML Table

Without class? You can use the Tag then:

var tds = document.getElementsByTagName('TD'),i;
for (i in tds) {
  tds[i].style.display = 'none';
}

And to show them use:

...style.display = 'table-cell';            

How can I completely uninstall nodejs, npm and node in Ubuntu

It is better to remove NodeJS and its modules manually because installation leaves a lot of files, links and modules behind and later this creates problems when we reconfigure another version of NodeJS and its modules.

To remove the files, run the following commands:

sudo rm -rf /usr/local/bin/npm 
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/share/man/man1/node* 
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/lib/dtrace/node.d
rm -rf ~/.npm
rm -rf ~/.node-gyp
sudo rm -rf /opt/local/bin/node
sudo rm -rf /opt/local/include/node
sudo rm -rf /opt/local/lib/node_modules
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/lib/node*
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/include/node*
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/bin/node*

I have posted a step by step guide with commands on my blog: AMCOS IT Support For Windows and Linux: To completely uninstall node js from Ubuntu.

Maven: Command to update repository after adding dependency to POM

I know it is an old question now, but for users who are using Maven plugin with Eclipse under Windows, you have two options:

  1. If you got Maven installed as a standalone application:

    You can use the following command in the CMD under your project path:

    mvn eclipse:eclipse
    

    It will update your repository with all the missing jars, according to your dependencies in your pom.xml file.

  2. If you haven't got Maven installed as a standalone application you can follow these steps on your eclipse:

    Right click on the project ->Run As -- >Run configurations.

    Then select mavenBuild.

    Then click new button to create a configuration of the selected type .Click on Browse workspace then select your project and in goals specify eclipse:eclipse

You can refer to how to run the command mvn eclipse:eclipse for further details.

How to retrieve GET parameters from JavaScript

You should use URL and URLSearchParams native functions:

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https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/URLSearchParams https://polyfill.io/v2/docs/features/

How to use regex in file find

Start with:

find . -name '*.log.*.zip' -a -mtime +1

You may not need a regex, try:

 find . -name '*.log.*-*-*.zip' -a -mtime +1

You will want the +1 in order to match 1, 2, 3 ...

Deep copy in ES6 using the spread syntax

I often use this:

function deepCopy(obj) {
    if(typeof obj !== 'object' || obj === null) {
        return obj;
    }

    if(obj instanceof Date) {
        return new Date(obj.getTime());
    }

    if(obj instanceof Array) {
        return obj.reduce((arr, item, i) => {
            arr[i] = deepCopy(item);
            return arr;
        }, []);
    }

    if(obj instanceof Object) {
        return Object.keys(obj).reduce((newObj, key) => {
            newObj[key] = deepCopy(obj[key]);
            return newObj;
        }, {})
    }
}

How can I plot separate Pandas DataFrames as subplots?

You may not need to use Pandas at all. Here's a matplotlib plot of cat frequencies:

enter image description here

x = np.linspace(0, 2*np.pi, 400)
y = np.sin(x**2)

f, axes = plt.subplots(2, 1)
for c, i in enumerate(axes):
  axes[c].plot(x, y)
  axes[c].set_title('cats')
plt.tight_layout()

moving committed (but not pushed) changes to a new branch after pull

I stuck with the same issue. I have found easiest solution which I like to share.

1) Create new branch with your changes.

git checkout -b mybranch

2) (Optional) Push new branch code on remote server.

git push origin mybranch

3) Checkout back to master branch.

git checkout master

4) Reset master branch code with remote server and remove local commit.

git reset --hard origin/master

How to add data via $.ajax ( serialize() + extra data ) like this

What kind of data?

data: $('#myForm').serialize() + "&moredata=" + morevalue

The "data" parameter is just a URL encoded string. You can append to it however you like. See the API here.

Set element width or height in Standards Mode

The style property lets you specify values for CSS properties.

The CSS width property takes a length as its value.

Lengths require units. In quirks mode, browsers tend to assume pixels if provided with an integer instead of a length. Specify units.

e1.style.width = "400px";

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 71 bytes)

WordPress overrides PHP's memory limit to 256M, with the assumption that whatever it was set to before is going to be too low to render the dashboard. You can override this by defining WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT in wp-config.php:

define( 'WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT' , '512M' );

I agree with DanFromGermany, 256M is really a lot of memory for rendering a dashboard page. Changing the memory limit is really putting a bandage on the problem.

Difference between \b and \B in regex

\b is used as word boundary

word = "categorical cat"

Find all "cat" in the above word

without \b

re.findall(r'cat',word)
['cat', 'cat']

with \b

re.findall(r'\bcat\b',word)
['cat']

Setting PHP tmp dir - PHP upload not working

My problem was selinux...

Go sestatus

If Current mode: enforcing

Then chcon -R -t httpd_sys_rw_content_t /var/www/html

How to search a string in String array

Each class implementing IList has a method Contains(Object value). And so does System.Array.

How to check the Angular version?

ng v

Simply run the command above in terminal.

Is there an equivalent of CSS max-width that works in HTML emails?

There is a trick you can do for Outlook 2007 using conditional html comments.
The code below will make sure that Outlook table is 800px wide, its not max-width but it works better than letting the table span across the entire window.

<!--[if gte mso 9]>
<style>
#tableForOutlook {
  width:800px;
}
</style>
<![endif]-->

<table style="width:98%;max-width:800px">
<!--[if gte mso 9]>
  <table id="tableForOutlook"><tr><td>
<![endif]-->
    <tr><td>
    [Your Content Goes Here]
    </td></tr>
<!--[if gte mso 9]>
  </td></tr></table>
<![endif]-->
<table>

Difference between & and && in Java?

& is bitwise AND operator comparing bits of each operand.
For example,

int a = 4;
int b = 7;
System.out.println(a & b); // prints 4
//meaning in an 32 bit system
// 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000100
// 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000111
// ===================================
// 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000100


&& is logical AND operator comparing boolean values of operands only. It takes two operands indicating a boolean value and makes a lazy evaluation on them.

How to set date format in HTML date input tag?

Here is the solution:

  <input type="text" id="end_dt"/>

$(document).ready(function () {
    $("#end_dt").datepicker({ dateFormat: "MM/dd/yyyy" });
});

hopefully this will resolve the issue :)

Replacing values from a column using a condition in R

I arrived here from a google search, since my other code is 'tidy' so leaving the 'tidy' way for anyone who else who may find it useful

library(dplyr)
iris %>% 
  mutate(Species = ifelse(as.character(Species) == "virginica", "newValue", as.character(Species)))

How to use jQuery in AngularJS

You have to do binding in a directive. Look at this:

angular.module('ng', []).
directive('sliderRange', function($parse, $timeout){
    return {
        restrict: 'A',
        replace: true,
        transclude: false,
        compile: function(element, attrs) {            
            var html = '<div class="slider-range"></div>';
            var slider = $(html);
            element.replaceWith(slider);
            var getterLeft = $parse(attrs.ngModelLeft), setterLeft = getterLeft.assign;
            var getterRight = $parse(attrs.ngModelRight), setterRight = getterRight.assign;

            return function (scope, slider, attrs, controller) {
                var vsLeft = getterLeft(scope), vsRight = getterRight(scope), f = vsLeft || 0, t = vsRight || 10;                        

                var processChange = function() {
                    var vs = slider.slider("values"), f = vs[0], t = vs[1];                                        
                    setterLeft(scope, f);
                    setterRight(scope, t);                    
                }                 
                slider.slider({
                    range: true,
                    min: 0,
                    max: 10,
                    step: 1,
                    change: function() { setTimeout(function () { scope.$apply(processChange); }, 1) }
                }).slider("values", [f, t]);                    
            };            
        }
    };
});

This shows you an example of a slider range, done with jQuery UI. Example usage:

<div slider-range ng-model-left="question.properties.range_from" ng-model-right="question.properties.range_to"></div>

How to change CSS using jQuery?

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$('h1').css({_x000D_
"margin-left":"10px"_x000D_
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});_x000D_
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});
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.0/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
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<p id="myParagraph">This is some paragraph text</p>_x000D_
</div>
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What is the correct way to start a mongod service on linux / OS X?

On macOS 10.13.6 with MongoDB 4.0

I was unable to connect to localhost from the mongo shell

I started MongoDB with:

mongod --config /usr/local/etc/mongod.conf

I found that the 'mongod.conf' had:

bindIp: 127.0.0.1

Change my JavaScript connection from localhost to 127.0.0.1 and it worked fine.

The same was occurring with MongoDB Compass too.

Java, "Variable name" cannot be resolved to a variable

I've noticed bizarre behavior with Eclipse version 4.2.1 delivering me this error:

String cannot be resolved to a variable

With this Java code:

if (true)
    String my_variable = "somevalue";
    System.out.println("foobar");

You would think this code is very straight forward, the conditional is true, we set my_variable to somevalue. And it should print foobar. Right?

Wrong, you get the above mentioned compile time error. Eclipse is trying to prevent you from making a mistake by assuming that both statements are within the if statement.

If you put braces around the conditional block like this:

if (true){
    String my_variable = "somevalue"; }
    System.out.println("foobar");

Then it compiles and runs fine. Apparently poorly bracketed conditionals are fair game for generating compile time errors now.

Find element's index in pandas Series

Often your value occurs at multiple indices:

>>> myseries = pd.Series([0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1])
>>> myseries.index[myseries == 1]
Int64Index([3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11], dtype='int64')

What is a deadlock?

A deadlock occurs when there is a circular chain of threads or processes which each hold a locked resource and are trying to lock a resource held by the next element in the chain. For example, two threads that hold respectively lock A and lock B, and are both trying to acquire the other lock.

Rubymine: How to make Git ignore .idea files created by Rubymine

Close PHP Storm in terminal go to the project folder type

git rm -rf .idea; git commit -m "delete .idea"; git push;

Then go to project folder and delete the folder .idea

sudo rm -r .idea/

Start PhpStorm and you are done

How to install a Mac application using Terminal

To disable inputting password:

sudo visudo

Then add a new line like below and save then:

# The user can run installer as root without inputting password
yourusername ALL=(root) NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/installer

Then you run installer without password:

sudo installer -pkg ...

What is a mixin, and why are they useful?

A mixin is a special kind of multiple inheritance. There are two main situations where mixins are used:

  1. You want to provide a lot of optional features for a class.
  2. You want to use one particular feature in a lot of different classes.

For an example of number one, consider werkzeug's request and response system. I can make a plain old request object by saying:

from werkzeug import BaseRequest

class Request(BaseRequest):
    pass

If I want to add accept header support, I would make that

from werkzeug import BaseRequest, AcceptMixin

class Request(AcceptMixin, BaseRequest):
    pass

If I wanted to make a request object that supports accept headers, etags, authentication, and user agent support, I could do this:

from werkzeug import BaseRequest, AcceptMixin, ETagRequestMixin, UserAgentMixin, AuthenticationMixin

class Request(AcceptMixin, ETagRequestMixin, UserAgentMixin, AuthenticationMixin, BaseRequest):
    pass

The difference is subtle, but in the above examples, the mixin classes weren't made to stand on their own. In more traditional multiple inheritance, the AuthenticationMixin (for example) would probably be something more like Authenticator. That is, the class would probably be designed to stand on its own.

Global variable Python classes

What you have is correct, though you will not call it global, it is a class attribute and can be accessed via class e.g Shape.lolwut or via an instance e.g. shape.lolwut but be careful while setting it as it will set an instance level attribute not class attribute

class Shape(object):
    lolwut = 1

shape = Shape()

print Shape.lolwut,  # 1
print shape.lolwut,  # 1

# setting shape.lolwut would not change class attribute lolwut 
# but will create it in the instance
shape.lolwut = 2

print Shape.lolwut,  # 1
print shape.lolwut,  # 2

# to change class attribute access it via class
Shape.lolwut = 3

print Shape.lolwut,  # 3
print shape.lolwut   # 2 

output:

1 1 1 2 3 2

Somebody may expect output to be 1 1 2 2 3 3 but it would be incorrect

Random number from a range in a Bash Script

You can get the random number through urandom

head -200 /dev/urandom | cksum

Output:

3310670062 52870

To retrieve the one part of the above number.

head -200 /dev/urandom | cksum | cut -f1 -d " "

Then the output is

3310670062

To meet your requirement,

head -200 /dev/urandom |cksum | cut -f1 -d " " | awk '{print $1%63000+2001}'

add scroll bar to table body

If you don't want to wrap a table under any div:

table{
  table-layout: fixed;
}
tbody{
      display: block;
    overflow: auto;
}

Oracle : how to subtract two dates and get minutes of the result

I think you can adapt the function to substract the two timestamps:

return  EXTRACT(MINUTE FROM 
  TO_TIMESTAMP(to_char(p_date1,'DD-MON-YYYY HH:MI:SS'),'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')
-
  TO_TIMESTAMP(to_char(p_date2,'DD-MON-YYYY HH:MI:SS'),'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')
);

I think you could simplify it by just using CAST(p_date as TIMESTAMP).

return  EXTRACT(MINUTE FROM cast(p_date1 as TIMESTAMP) - cast(p_date2 as TIMESTAMP));

Remember dates and timestamps are big ugly numbers inside Oracle, not what we see in the screen; we don't need to tell him how to read them. Also remember timestamps can have a timezone defined; not in this case.

Encode URL in JavaScript?

What is URL encoding:

A URL should be encoded when there are special characters located inside the URL. For example:

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We can observe in this example that all characters except the string notEncoded are encoded with % signs. URL encoding is also known as percentage encoding because it escapes all special characters with a %. Then after this % sign every special character has a unique code

Why do we need URL encoding:

Certain characters have a special value in a URL string. For example, the ? character denotes the beginning of a query string. In order to succesfully locate a resource on the web, it is necesarry to distinguish between when a character is meant as a part of string or part of the url structure.

How can we achieve URL encoding in JS:

JS offers a bunch of build in utility function which we can use to easily encode URL's. These are two convenient options:

  1. encodeURIComponent(): Takes a component of a URI as an argument and returns the encoded URI string.
  2. encodeURI(): Takes a URI as an argument and returns the encoded URI string.

Example and caveats:

Be aware of not passing in the whole URL (including scheme, e.g https://) into encodeURIComponent(). This can actually transform it into a not functional URL. For example:

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console.log(encodeURI("http://www.random.com/specials&char.html"));
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We can observe f we put the whole URL in encodeURIComponent that the foward slashes (/) are also converted to special characters. This will cause the URL to not function properly anymore.

Therefore (as the name implies) use:

  1. encodeURIComponent on a certain part of a URL which you want to encode.
  2. encodeURI on a whole URL which you want to encode.

How can I print a circular structure in a JSON-like format?

just do

npm i --save circular-json

then in your js file

const CircularJSON = require('circular-json');
...
const json = CircularJSON.stringify(obj);

https://github.com/WebReflection/circular-json

NOTE: I have nothing to do with this package. But I do use it for this.

Update 2020

Please note CircularJSON is in maintenance only and flatted is its successor.

How to attach a process in gdb

Try one of these:

gdb -p 12271
gdb /path/to/exe 12271

gdb /path/to/exe
(gdb) attach 12271

How to loop through all but the last item of a list?

To compare each item with the next one in an iterator without instantiating a list:

import itertools
it = (x for x in range(10))
data1, data2 = itertools.tee(it)
data2.next()
for a, b in itertools.izip(data1, data2):
  print a, b

How should I use Outlook to send code snippets?

If you attach your code as a text file and your recipient(s) have "show attachments inline" option set (I believe it's set by default), Outlook should not mangle your code but it will be copy/paste-able directly from email.

Cannot read property 'style' of undefined -- Uncaught Type Error

Add your <script> to the bottom of your <body>, or add an event listener for DOMContentLoaded following this StackOverflow question.

If that script executes in the <head> section of the code, document.getElementsByClassName(...) will return an empty array because the DOM is not loaded yet.

You're getting the Type Error because you're referencing search_span[0], but search_span[0] is undefined.

This works when you execute it in Dev Tools because the DOM is already loaded.

How to get just numeric part of CSS property with jQuery?

With the replace method, your css value is a string, and not a number.

This method is more clean, simple, and returns a number :

parseFloat($(this).css('marginBottom'));

XAMPP Start automatically on Windows 7 startup

I just placed a short-cut to the XAMPP control panel in my startup folder. That works just fine on Window 7. Start -> All Programs -> Startup. There is also an option to start XAMPP control panel minimized, that is very useful for getting a clean unobstructed view of your desktop at start-up.**

How to use Macro argument as string literal?

#define NAME(x) printf("Hello " #x);
main(){
    NAME(Ian)
}
//will print: Hello Ian

<SELECT multiple> - how to allow only one item selected?

If the user should select only one option at once, just remove the "multiple" - make a normal select:

  <select name="mySelect" size="3">
     <option>Foo</option>
     <option>Bar</option>
     <option>Foo Bar</option>
     <option>Bar Foo</option>
  </select>

Fiddle

HTML Mobile -forcing the soft keyboard to hide

example how i made it , After i fill a Maximum length it will blur from my Field (and the Keyboard will disappear ) , if you have more than one field , you can just add the line that i add '//'

var MaxLength = 8;
    $(document).ready(function () {
        $('#MyTB').keyup(function () {
            if ($(this).val().length >= MaxLength) {
               $('#MyTB').blur();
             //  $('#MyTB2').focus();
         }
          }); });

Detecting scroll direction

While the accepted answer works, it is worth noting that this will fire at a high rate. This can cause performance issues for computationally expensive operations.

The recommendation from MDN is to throttle the events. Below is a modification of their sample, enhanced to detect scroll direction.

Modified from: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Document/scroll_event

// ## function declaration
function scrollEventThrottle(fn) {
  let last_known_scroll_position = 0;
  let ticking = false;
  window.addEventListener("scroll", function () {
    let previous_known_scroll_position = last_known_scroll_position;
    last_known_scroll_position = window.scrollY;
    if (!ticking) {
      window.requestAnimationFrame(function () {
        fn(last_known_scroll_position, previous_known_scroll_position);
        ticking = false;
      });
      ticking = true;
    }
  });
}

// ## function instantiation
scrollEventThrottle((scrollPos, previousScrollPos) => {
    if (previousScrollPos > scrollPos) {
      console.log("going up");
    } else {
      console.log("going down");
    }
});

How to get current class name including package name in Java?

The fully-qualified name is opbtained as follows:

String fqn = YourClass.class.getName();

But you need to read a classpath resource. So use

InputStream in = YourClass.getResourceAsStream("resource.txt");

syntax for creating a dictionary into another dictionary in python

You can declare a dictionary inside a dictionary by nesting the {} containers:

d = {'dict1': {'foo': 1, 'bar': 2}, 'dict2': {'baz': 3, 'quux': 4}}

And then you can access the elements using the [] syntax:

print d['dict1']           # {'foo': 1, 'bar': 2}
print d['dict1']['foo']    # 1
print d['dict2']['quux']   # 4

Given the above, if you want to add another dictionary to the dictionary, it can be done like so:

d['dict3'] = {'spam': 5, 'ham': 6}

or if you prefer to add items to the internal dictionary one by one:

d['dict4'] = {}
d['dict4']['king'] = 7
d['dict4']['queen'] = 8

How do I convert two lists into a dictionary?

you can use this below code:

dict(zip(['name', 'age', 'food'], ['Monty', 42, 'spam']))

But make sure that length of the lists will be same.if length is not same.then zip function turncate the longer one.

How do I run a VBScript in 32-bit mode on a 64-bit machine?

We can force vbscript always run with 32 bit mode by changing "system32" to "sysWOW64" in default value of key "Computer\HKLM\SOFTWARE]\Classes\VBSFile\Shell\Open\Command"

Cannot declare instance members in a static class in C#

It says what it means:

make your class non-static:

public class employee
{
  NameValueCollection appSetting = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings;    
}

or the member static:

public static class employee
{
  static NameValueCollection appSetting = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings;    
}

Call PowerShell script PS1 from another PS1 script inside Powershell ISE

To execute easily a script file in the same folder (or subfolder of) as the caller you can use this:

# Get full path to the script:
$ScriptRoute = [System.IO.Path]::GetFullPath([System.IO.Path]::Combine($PSScriptRoot, "Scriptname.ps1"))

# Execute script at location:
&"$ScriptRoute"

Update multiple columns in SQL

update T1
set T1.COST2=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST3=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST4=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST5=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST6=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST7=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST8=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST9=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST10=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST11=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST12=T1.TOT_COST+2.000,
T1.COST13=T1.TOT_COST+2.000
from DBRMAST T1 
inner join DBRMAST t2 on t2.CODE=T1.CODE

Remove excess whitespace from within a string

$str = str_replace(' ','',$str);

Or, replace with underscore, & nbsp; etc etc.

Accessing Object Memory Address

There are a few issues here that aren't covered by any of the other answers.

First, id only returns:

the “identity” of an object. This is an integer (or long integer) which is guaranteed to be unique and constant for this object during its lifetime. Two objects with non-overlapping lifetimes may have the same id() value.


In CPython, this happens to be the pointer to the PyObject that represents the object in the interpreter, which is the same thing that object.__repr__ displays. But this is just an implementation detail of CPython, not something that's true of Python in general. Jython doesn't deal in pointers, it deals in Java references (which the JVM of course probably represents as pointers, but you can't see those—and wouldn't want to, because the GC is allowed to move them around). PyPy lets different types have different kinds of id, but the most general is just an index into a table of objects you've called id on, which is obviously not going to be a pointer. I'm not sure about IronPython, but I'd suspect it's more like Jython than like CPython in this regard. So, in most Python implementations, there's no way to get whatever showed up in that repr, and no use if you did.


But what if you only care about CPython? That's a pretty common case, after all.

Well, first, you may notice that id is an integer;* if you want that 0x2aba1c0cf890 string instead of the number 46978822895760, you're going to have to format it yourself. Under the covers, I believe object.__repr__ is ultimately using printf's %p format, which you don't have from Python… but you can always do this:

format(id(spam), '#010x' if sys.maxsize.bit_length() <= 32 else '#18x')

* In 3.x, it's an int. In 2.x, it's an int if that's big enough to hold a pointer—which is may not be because of signed number issues on some platforms—and a long otherwise.

Is there anything you can do with these pointers besides print them out? Sure (again, assuming you only care about CPython).

All of the C API functions take a pointer to a PyObject or a related type. For those related types, you can just call PyFoo_Check to make sure it really is a Foo object, then cast with (PyFoo *)p. So, if you're writing a C extension, the id is exactly what you need.

What if you're writing pure Python code? You can call the exact same functions with pythonapi from ctypes.


Finally, a few of the other answers have brought up ctypes.addressof. That isn't relevant here. This only works for ctypes objects like c_int32 (and maybe a few memory-buffer-like objects, like those provided by numpy). And, even there, it isn't giving you the address of the c_int32 value, it's giving you the address of the C-level int32 that the c_int32 wraps up.

That being said, more often than not, if you really think you need the address of something, you didn't want a native Python object in the first place, you wanted a ctypes object.

Why Python 3.6.1 throws AttributeError: module 'enum' has no attribute 'IntFlag'?

Not sure whether you still have this issue. I had a similar issue and I was able to resolve it simply by unsetting PYTHONPATH

$ unset PYTHONPATH

SQL Column definition : default value and not null redundant?

I would say not.

If the column does accept null values, then there's nothing to stop you inserting a null value into the field. As far as I'm aware, the default value only applies on creation of a new row.

With not null set, then you can't insert a null value into the field as it'll throw an error.

Think of it as a fail safe mechanism to prevent nulls.

INNER JOIN ON vs WHERE clause

I know you're talking about MySQL, but anyway: In Oracle 9 explicit joins and implicit joins would generate different execution plans. AFAIK that has been solved in Oracle 10+: there's no such difference anymore.

Git undo local branch delete

You can use git reflog to find the SHA1 of the last commit of the branch. From that point, you can recreate a branch using

git branch branchName <sha1>

Edit: As @seagullJS says, the branch -D command tells you the sha1, so if you haven't closed the terminal yet it becomes real easy. For example this deletes and then immediately restores a branch named master2:

user@MY-PC /C/MyRepo (master)
$ git branch -D master2
Deleted branch master2 (was 130d7ba).    <-- This is the SHA1 we need to restore it!

user@MY-PC /C/MyRepo (master)
$ git branch master2 130d7ba

Shrink to fit content in flexbox, or flex-basis: content workaround?

It turns out that it was shrinking and growing correctly, providing the desired behaviour all along; except that in all current browsers flexbox wasn't accounting for the vertical scrollbar! Which is why the content appears to be getting cut off.

You can see here, which is the original code I was using before I added the fixed widths, that it looks like the column isn't growing to accomodate the text:

http://jsfiddle.net/2w157dyL/1/

However if you make the content in that column wider, you'll see that it always cuts it off by the same amount, which is the width of the scrollbar.

So the fix is very, very simple - add enough right padding to account for the scrollbar:

http://jsfiddle.net/2w157dyL/2/

_x000D_
_x000D_
  main > section {_x000D_
    overflow-y: auto;_x000D_
    padding-right: 2em;_x000D_
  }
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

It was when I was trying some things suggested by Michael_B (specifically adding a padding buffer) that I discovered this, thanks so much!

Edit: I see that he also posted a fiddle which does the same thing - again, thanks so much for all your help

Relational Database Design Patterns?

AskTom is probably the single most helpful resource on best practices on Oracle DBs. (I usually just type "asktom" as the first word of a google query on a particular topic)

I don't think it's really appropriate to speak of design patterns with relational databases. Relational databases are already the application of a "design pattern" to a problem (the problem being "how to represent, store and work with data while maintaining its integrity", and the design being the relational model). Other approches (generally considered obsolete) are the Navigational and Hierarchical models (and I'm nure many others exist).

Having said that, you might consider "Data Warehousing" as a somewhat separate "pattern" or approach in database design. In particular, you might be interested in reading about the Star schema.

Socket.IO handling disconnect event

You can also, if you like use socket id to manage your player list like this.

io.on('connection', function(socket){
  socket.on('disconnect', function() {
    console.log("disconnect")
    for(var i = 0; i < onlineplayers.length; i++ ){
      if(onlineplayers[i].socket === socket.id){
        console.log(onlineplayers[i].code + " just disconnected")
        onlineplayers.splice(i, 1)
      }
    }
    io.emit('players', onlineplayers)
  })

  socket.on('lobby_join', function(player) {
    if(player.available === false) return
    var exists = false
    for(var i = 0; i < onlineplayers.length; i++ ){
      if(onlineplayers[i].code === player.code){
        exists = true
      }
    }
    if(exists === false){
      onlineplayers.push({
        code: player.code,
        socket:socket.id
      })
    }
    io.emit('players', onlineplayers)
  })

  socket.on('lobby_leave', function(player) {
    var exists = false
    for(var i = 0; i < onlineplayers.length; i++ ){
      if(onlineplayers[i].code === player.code){
        onlineplayers.splice(i, 1)
      }
    }
    io.emit('players', onlineplayers)
  })
})

DataTables: Cannot read property 'length' of undefined

Try as follows the return must be d, not d.data

 ajax: {
      "url": "xx/xxx/xxx",
      "type": "GET",
      "error": function (e) {
      },
      "dataSrc": function (d) {
         return d
      }
      },

get all the elements of a particular form

Try this to get all the form fields.

var fields = document['formName'].elements;

Simplest way to profile a PHP script

Cross posting my reference from SO Documentation beta which is going offline.

Profiling with XDebug

An extension to PHP called Xdebug is available to assist in profiling PHP applications, as well as runtime debugging. When running the profiler, the output is written to a file in a binary format called "cachegrind". Applications are available on each platform to analyze these files. No application code changes are necessary to perform this profiling.

To enable profiling, install the extension and adjust php.ini settings. Some Linux distributions come with standard packages (e.g. Ubuntu's php-xdebug package). In our example we will run the profile optionally based on a request parameter. This allows us to keep settings static and turn on the profiler only as needed.

# php.ini settings
# Set to 1 to turn it on for every request
xdebug.profiler_enable = 0
# Let's use a GET/POST parameter to turn on the profiler
xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger = 1
# The GET/POST value we will pass; empty for any value
xdebug.profiler_enable_trigger_value = ""
# Output cachegrind files to /tmp so our system cleans them up later
xdebug.profiler_output_dir = "/tmp"
xdebug.profiler_output_name = "cachegrind.out.%p"

Next use a web client to make a request to your application's URL you wish to profile, e.g.

http://example.com/article/1?XDEBUG_PROFILE=1

As the page processes it will write to a file with a name similar to

/tmp/cachegrind.out.12345

By default the number in the filename is the process id which wrote it. This is configurable with the xdebug.profiler_output_name setting.

Note that it will write one file for each PHP request / process that is executed. So, for example, if you wish to analyze a form post, one profile will be written for the GET request to display the HTML form. The XDEBUG_PROFILE parameter will need to be passed into the subsequent POST request to analyze the second request which processes the form. Therefore when profiling it is sometimes easier to run curl to POST a form directly.

Analyzing the Output

Once written the profile cache can be read by an application such as KCachegrind or Webgrind. PHPStorm, a popular PHP IDE, can also display this profiling data.

KCachegrind

KCachegrind, for example, will display information including:

  • Functions executed
  • Call time, both itself and inclusive of subsequent function calls
  • Number of times each function is called
  • Call graphs
  • Links to source code

What to Look For

Obviously performance tuning is very specific to each application's use cases. In general it's good to look for:

  • Repeated calls to the same function you wouldn't expect to see. For functions that process and query data these could be prime opportunities for your application to cache.
  • Slow-running functions. Where is the application spending most of its time? the best payoff in performance tuning is focusing on those parts of the application which consume the most time.

Note: Xdebug, and in particular its profiling features, are very resource intensive and slow down PHP execution. It is recommended to not run these in a production server environment.

How do I restart nginx only after the configuration test was successful on Ubuntu?

As of nginx 1.8.0, the correct solution is

sudo nginx -t && sudo service nginx reload

Note that due to a bug, configtest always returns a zero exit code even if the config file has an error.

How to find the last day of the month from date?

The code using strtotime() will fail after year 2038. (as given in the first answer in this thread) For example try using the following:

$a_date = "2040-11-23";
echo date("Y-m-t", strtotime($a_date));

It will give answer as: 1970-01-31

So instead of strtotime, DateTime function should be used. Following code will work without Year 2038 problem:

$d = new DateTime( '2040-11-23' ); 
echo $d->format( 'Y-m-t' );

How to check if a scope variable is undefined in AngularJS template?

Posting new answer since Angular behavior has changed. Checking equality with undefined now works in angular expressions, at least as of 1.5, as the following code works:

ng-if="foo !== undefined"

When this ng-if evaluates to true, deleting the percentages property off the appropriate scope and calling $digest removes the element from the document, as you would expect.

How can a Java program get its own process ID?

Since Java 9 there is a method Process.getPid() which returns the native ID of a process:

public abstract class Process {

    ...

    public long getPid();
}

To get the process ID of the current Java process one can use the ProcessHandle interface:

System.out.println(ProcessHandle.current().pid());

Get root password for Google Cloud Engine VM

I tried "ManiIOT"'s solution and it worked surprisingly. I've added another role (Compute Admin Role) for my google user account from IAM admin. Then stopped and restarted the VM. Afterwards 'sudo passwd' let me to generate a new password for the user.

So here are steps.

  1. Go to IAM & Admin
  2. Select IAM
  3. Find your user name service account (basically your google account) and click Edit-member
  4. Add another role --> select 'Compute Engine' - 'Compute Admin'
  5. Restart your Compute VM
  6. open SSH shell and run the command 'sudo passwd'
  7. enter a brand new password. Voilà!

Get folder up one level

You could do either:

dirname(__DIR__);

Or:

__DIR__ . '/..';

...but in a web server environment you will probably find that you are already working from current file's working directory, so you can probably just use:

'../'

...to reference the directory above. You can replace __DIR__ with dirname(__FILE__) before PHP 5.3.0.

You should also be aware what __DIR__ and __FILE__ refers to:

The full path and filename of the file. If used inside an include, the name of the included file is returned.

So it may not always point to where you want it to.

#define in Java

Java Primitive Specializations Generator supports /* with */, /* define */ and /* if */ ... /* elif */ ... /* endif */ blocks which allow to do some kind of macro generation in Java code, similar to java-comment-preprocessor mentioned in this answer.

JPSG has Maven and Gradle plugins.

Writing to a file in a for loop

The main problem was that you were opening/closing files repeatedly inside your loop.

Try this approach:

with open('new.txt') as text_file, open('xyz.txt', 'w') as myfile:  
    for line in text_file:
        var1, var2 = line.split(",");
        myfile.write(var1+'\n')

We open both files at once and because we are using with they will be automatically closed when we are done (or an exception occurs). Previously your output file was repeatedly openend inside your loop.

We are also processing the file line-by-line, rather than reading all of it into memory at once (which can be a problem when you deal with really big files).

Note that write() doesn't append a newline ('\n') so you'll have to do that yourself if you need it (I replaced your writelines() with write() as you are writing a single item, not a list of items).

When opening a file for rread, the 'r' is optional since it's the default mode.

Making a list of evenly spaced numbers in a certain range in python

You can use the following approach:

[lower + x*(upper-lower)/length for x in range(length)]

lower and/or upper must be assigned as floats for this approach to work.

Quicksort with Python

def quicksort(array):
 if len(array) < 2:
  return array
 else:
  pivot = array[0]

 less = [i for i in array[1:] if i <= pivot]
 greater = [i for i in array[1:] if i > pivot]
 return quicksort(less) + [pivot] + quicksort(greater)

How do you automatically resize columns in a DataGridView control AND allow the user to resize the columns on that same grid?

This autofits all columns according to their content, fills the remaining empty space by stretching a specified column and prevents the 'jumping' behaviour by setting the last column to fill for any future resizing.

// autosize all columns according to their content
dgv.AutoResizeColumns(DataGridViewAutoSizeColumnsMode.AllCells);
// make column 1 (or whatever) fill the empty space
dgv.Columns[1].AutoSizeMode = DataGridViewAutoSizeColumnMode.Fill;
// remove column 1 autosizing to prevent 'jumping' behaviour
dgv.Columns[1].AutoSizeMode = DataGridViewAutoSizeColumnMode.None;
// let the last column fill the empty space when the grid or any column is resized (more natural/expected behaviour) 
dgv.Columns.GetLastColumn(DataGridViewElementStates.None, DataGridViewElementStates.None).AutoSizeMode = DataGridViewAutoSizeColumnMode.Fill;

PHP Curl And Cookies

In working with a similar problem I created the following function after combining a lot of resources I ran into on the web, and adding my own cookie handling. Hopefully this is useful to someone else.

      function get_web_page( $url, $cookiesIn = '' ){
        $options = array(
            CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER => true,     // return web page
            CURLOPT_HEADER         => true,     //return headers in addition to content
            CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION => true,     // follow redirects
            CURLOPT_ENCODING       => "",       // handle all encodings
            CURLOPT_AUTOREFERER    => true,     // set referer on redirect
            CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT => 120,      // timeout on connect
            CURLOPT_TIMEOUT        => 120,      // timeout on response
            CURLOPT_MAXREDIRS      => 10,       // stop after 10 redirects
            CURLINFO_HEADER_OUT    => true,
            CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER => true,     // Validate SSL Certificates
            CURLOPT_HTTP_VERSION   => CURL_HTTP_VERSION_1_1,
            CURLOPT_COOKIE         => $cookiesIn
        );

        $ch      = curl_init( $url );
        curl_setopt_array( $ch, $options );
        $rough_content = curl_exec( $ch );
        $err     = curl_errno( $ch );
        $errmsg  = curl_error( $ch );
        $header  = curl_getinfo( $ch );
        curl_close( $ch );

        $header_content = substr($rough_content, 0, $header['header_size']);
        $body_content = trim(str_replace($header_content, '', $rough_content));
        $pattern = "#Set-Cookie:\\s+(?<cookie>[^=]+=[^;]+)#m"; 
        preg_match_all($pattern, $header_content, $matches); 
        $cookiesOut = implode("; ", $matches['cookie']);

        $header['errno']   = $err;
        $header['errmsg']  = $errmsg;
        $header['headers']  = $header_content;
        $header['content'] = $body_content;
        $header['cookies'] = $cookiesOut;
    return $header;
}

How can I add to a List's first position?

Use List.Insert(0, ...). But are you sure a LinkedList isn't a better fit? Each time you insert an item into an array at a position other than the array end, all existing items will have to be copied to make space for the new one.

Displaying unicode symbols in HTML

I think this is a file problem, you simple saved your file in 1-byte encoding like latin-1. Google up your editor and how to set files to utf-8.

I wonder why there are editors that don't default to utf-8.

How to pull specific directory with git

If you want to get the latest changes in a directory without entering it, you can do:

$ git -C <Path to directory> pull

ReactJS - Call One Component Method From Another Component

You can do something like this

import React from 'react';

class Header extends React.Component {

constructor() {
    super();
}

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

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

class PopupOver extends React.Component {

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

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

export default Header;

Using statics

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

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

How do I specify new lines on Python, when writing on files?

It depends on how correct you want to be. \n will usually do the job. If you really want to get it right, you look up the newline character in the os package. (It's actually called linesep.)

Note: when writing to files using the Python API, do not use the os.linesep. Just use \n; Python automatically translates that to the proper newline character for your platform.

Find the line number where a specific word appears with "grep"

Use grep -n to get the line number of a match.

I don't think there's a way to get grep to start on a certain line number. For that, use sed. For example, to start at line 10 and print the line number and line for matching lines, use:

sed -n '10,$ { /regex/ { =; p; } }' file

To get only the line numbers, you could use

grep -n 'regex' | sed 's/^\([0-9]\+\):.*$/\1/'

Or you could simply use sed:

sed -n '/regex/=' file

Combining the two sed commands, you get:

sed -n '10,$ { /regex/= }' file

php convert datetime to UTC

General purpose normalisation function to format any timestamp from any timezone to other. Very useful for storing datetimestamps of users from different timezones in a relational database. For database comparisons store timestamp as UTC and use with gmdate('Y-m-d H:i:s')

/**
 * Convert Datetime from any given olsonzone to other.
 * @return datetime in user specified format
 */

function datetimeconv($datetime, $from, $to)
{
    try {
        if ($from['localeFormat'] != 'Y-m-d H:i:s') {
            $datetime = DateTime::createFromFormat($from['localeFormat'], $datetime)->format('Y-m-d H:i:s');
        }
        $datetime = new DateTime($datetime, new DateTimeZone($from['olsonZone']));
        $datetime->setTimeZone(new DateTimeZone($to['olsonZone']));
        return $datetime->format($to['localeFormat']);
    } catch (\Exception $e) {
        return null;
    }
}

Usage:

$from = ['localeFormat' => "d/m/Y H:i A", 'olsonZone' => 'Asia/Calcutta'];

$to = ['localeFormat' => "Y-m-d H:i:s", 'olsonZone' => 'UTC'];

datetimeconv("14/05/1986 10:45 PM", $from, $to); // returns "1986-05-14 17:15:00"

Char array declaration and initialization in C

Yes, this is a kind of inconsistency in the language.

The "=" in myarray = "abc"; is assignment (which won't work as the array is basically a kind of constant pointer), whereas in char myarray[4] = "abc"; it's an initialization of the array. There's no way for "late initialization".

You should just remember this rule.

Read XLSX file in Java

Apache POI 3.5 have added support to all the OOXML (docx, xlsx, etc.)

See the XSSF sub project

How to set Android camera orientation properly?

This solution will work for all versions of Android. You can use reflection in Java to make it work for all Android devices:

Basically you should create a reflection wrapper to call the Android 2.2 setDisplayOrientation, instead of calling the specific method.

The method:

    protected void setDisplayOrientation(Camera camera, int angle){
    Method downPolymorphic;
    try
    {
        downPolymorphic = camera.getClass().getMethod("setDisplayOrientation", new Class[] { int.class });
        if (downPolymorphic != null)
            downPolymorphic.invoke(camera, new Object[] { angle });
    }
    catch (Exception e1)
    {
    }
}

And instead of using camera.setDisplayOrientation(x) use setDisplayOrientation(camera, x) :

    if (Integer.parseInt(Build.VERSION.SDK) >= 8)
        setDisplayOrientation(mCamera, 90);
    else
    {
        if (getResources().getConfiguration().orientation == Configuration.ORIENTATION_PORTRAIT)
        {
            p.set("orientation", "portrait");
            p.set("rotation", 90);
        }
        if (getResources().getConfiguration().orientation == Configuration.ORIENTATION_LANDSCAPE)
        {
            p.set("orientation", "landscape");
            p.set("rotation", 90);
        }
    }   

Forward host port to docker container

As stated in one of the comments, this works for Mac (probably for Windows/Linux too):

I WANT TO CONNECT FROM A CONTAINER TO A SERVICE ON THE HOST

The host has a changing IP address (or none if you have no network access). We recommend that you connect to the special DNS name host.docker.internal which resolves to the internal IP address used by the host. This is for development purpose and will not work in a production environment outside of Docker Desktop for Mac.

You can also reach the gateway using gateway.docker.internal.

Quoted from https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/networking/

This worked for me without using --net=host.

How to concatenate two strings in C++?

strcat(destination,source) can be used to concatenate two strings in c++.

To have a deep understanding you can lookup in the following link-

http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/cstring/strcat/

Django request.GET

from django.http import QueryDict

def search(request):
if request.GET.\__contains__("q"):
    message = 'You submitted: %r' % request.GET['q']
else:
    message = 'You submitted nothing!'
return HttpResponse(message)

Use this way, django offical document recommended __contains__ method. See https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.9/ref/request-response/

Fetching data from MySQL database to html dropdown list

To do this you want to loop through each row of your query results and use this info for each of your drop down's options. You should be able to adjust the code below fairly easily to meet your needs.

// Assume $db is a PDO object
$query = $db->query("YOUR QUERY HERE"); // Run your query

echo '<select name="DROP DOWN NAME">'; // Open your drop down box

// Loop through the query results, outputing the options one by one
while ($row = $query->fetch(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC)) {
   echo '<option value="'.$row['something'].'">'.$row['something'].'</option>';
}

echo '</select>';// Close your drop down box

Subset a dataframe by multiple factor levels

Here's another:

data[data$Code == "A" | data$Code == "B", ]

It's also worth mentioning that the subsetting factor doesn't have to be part of the data frame if it matches the data frame rows in length and order. In this case we made our data frame from this factor anyway. So,

data[Code == "A" | Code == "B", ]

also works, which is one of the really useful things about R.

C#, Looping through dataset and show each record from a dataset column

DateTime TaskStart = DateTime.Parse(dr["TaskStart"].ToString());

How can I zoom an HTML element in Firefox and Opera?

For me this works well with IE10, Chrome, Firefox and Safari:

   #MyDiv>*
   {
        zoom: 50%;
        -moz-transform: scale(0.5);
        -webkit-transform: scale(1.0);
   }

This zooms all content in to 50%.

The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request

995 is an error reported by the IO Completion Port. The error comes since you try to continue read from the socket when it has most likely been closed.

Receiving 0 bytes from EndRecieve means that the socket has been closed, as does most exceptions that EndRecieve will throw.

You need to start dealing with those situations.

Never ever ignore exceptions, they are thrown for a reason.

Update

There is nothing that says that the server does anything wrong. A connection can be lost for a lot of reasons such as idle connection being closed by a switch/router/firewall, shaky network, bad cables etc.

What I'm saying is that you MUST handle disconnections. The proper way of doing so is to dispose the socket and try to connect a new one at certain intervals.

As for the receive callback a more proper way of handling it is something like this (semi pseudo code):

public void OnDataReceived(IAsyncResult asyn)
{
    BLCommonFunctions.WriteLogger(0, "In :- OnDataReceived", ref swReceivedLogWriter, strLogPath, 0);

    try
    {
        SocketPacket client = (SocketPacket)asyn.AsyncState;

        int bytesReceived = client.thisSocket.EndReceive(asyn); //Here error is coming
        if (bytesReceived == 0)
        {
          HandleDisconnect(client);
          return;
        }
    }
    catch (Exception err)
    {
       HandleDisconnect(client);
    }

    try
    {
        string strHEX = BLCommonFunctions.ByteArrToHex(theSockId.dataBuffer);                    

        //do your handling here
    }
    catch (Exception err)
    {
        // Your logic threw an exception. handle it accordinhly
    }

    try
    {
       client.thisSocket.BeginRecieve(.. all parameters ..);
    }
    catch (Exception err)
    {
       HandleDisconnect(client);
    }
}

the reason to why I'm using three catch blocks is simply because the logic for the middle one is different from the other two. Exceptions from BeginReceive/EndReceive usually indicates socket disconnection while exceptions from your logic should not stop the socket receiving.

How to align checkboxes and their labels consistently cross-browsers

Try my solution, I tried it in IE 6, FF2 and Chrome and it renders pixel by pixel in all the three browsers.

_x000D_
_x000D_
* {_x000D_
  padding: 0px;_x000D_
  margin: 0px;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#wb {_x000D_
  width: 15px;_x000D_
  height: 15px;_x000D_
  float: left;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#somelabel {_x000D_
  float: left;_x000D_
  padding-left: 3px;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
  <input id="wb" type="checkbox" />_x000D_
  <label for="wb" id="somelabel">Web Browser</label>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Passing arguments to JavaScript function from code-behind

If you are interested in processing Javascript on the server, there is a new open source library called Jint that allows you to execute server side Javascript. Basically it is a Javascript interpreter written in C#. I have been testing it and so far it looks quite promising.

Here's the description from the site:

Differences with other script engines:

Jint is different as it doesn't use CodeDomProvider technique which is using compilation under the hood and thus leads to memory leaks as the compiled assemblies can't be unloaded. Moreover, using this technique prevents using dynamically types variables the way JavaScript does, allowing more flexibility in your scripts. On the opposite, Jint embeds it's own parsing logic, and really interprets the scripts. Jint uses the famous ANTLR (http://www.antlr.org) library for this purpose. As it uses Javascript as its language you don't have to learn a new language, it has proven to be very powerful for scripting purposes, and you can use several text editors for syntax checking.

How to enable DataGridView sorting when user clicks on the column header?

Just in case somebody still looks for it, I did it on VS 2008 C#.

On the Event ColumnHeaderMouseClick, add a databinding for the gridview, and send the order by field like a parameter. You can get the clicked field as follows:

dgView.Columns[e.ColumnIndex].Name

In my case the header's names are similar to view field names.

C++ variable has initializer but incomplete type?

You cannot define a variable of an incomplete type. You need to bring the whole definition of Cat into scope before you can create the local variable in main. I recommend that you move the definition of the type Cat to a header and include it from the translation unit that has main.

Count of "Defined" Array Elements

Loop and count in all browsers:

var cnt = 0;
for (var i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {
    if (arr[i] !== undefined) {
        ++cnt;
    }
}

In modern browsers:

var cnt = 0;
arr.foreach(function(val) {
    if (val !== undefined) { ++cnt; }
})

regex to match a single character that is anything but a space

  • \s matches any white-space character
  • \S matches any non-white-space character
  • You can match a space character with just the space character;
  • [^ ] matches anything but a space character.

Pick whichever is most appropriate.

using BETWEEN in WHERE condition

You should use

$this->db->where('$accommodation >=', minvalue);
$this->db->where('$accommodation <=', maxvalue);

I'm not sure of syntax, so I beg your pardon if it's not correct.
Anyway BETWEEN is implemented using >=min && <=max.
This is the meaning of my example.

EDITED:
Looking at this link I think you could write:

$this->db->where("$accommodation BETWEEN $minvalue AND $maxvalue");

How to set time delay in javascript

I'll give my input because it helps me understand what im doing.

To make an auto scrolling slide show that has a 3 second wait I did the following:

var isPlaying = true;

function autoPlay(playing){
   var delayTime = 3000;
   var timeIncrement = 3000;

   if(playing){
        for(var i=0; i<6; i++){//I have 6 images
            setTimeout(nextImage, delayTime);
            delayTime += timeIncrement;
        }
        isPlaying = false;

   }else{
       alert("auto play off");
   }
}

autoPlay(isPlaying);

Remember that when executing setTimeout() like this; it will execute all time out functions as if they where executed at the same time assuming that in setTimeout(nextImage, delayTime);delay time is a static 3000 milliseconds.

What I did to account for this was add an extra 3000 milli/s after each for loop incrementation via delayTime += timeIncrement;.

For those who care here is what my nextImage() looks like:

function nextImage(){
    if(currentImg === 1){//change to img 2
        for(var i=0; i<6; i++){
            images[i].style.zIndex = "0";
        }
        images[1].style.zIndex = "1";
        imgNumber.innerHTML = imageNumber_Text[1];
        imgDescription.innerHTML = imgDescText[1];

        currentImg = 2;
    }
    else if(currentImg === 2){//change to img 3
        for(var i=0; i<6; i++){
            images[i].style.zIndex = "0";
        }
        images[2].style.zIndex = "1";
        imgNumber.innerHTML = imageNumber_Text[2];
        imgDescription.innerHTML = imgDescText[2];

        currentImg = 3;
    }
    else if(currentImg === 3){//change to img 4
        for(var i=0; i<6; i++){
            images[i].style.zIndex = "0";
        }
        images[3].style.zIndex = "1";
        imgNumber.innerHTML = imageNumber_Text[3];
        imgDescription.innerHTML = imgDescText[3];

        currentImg = 4;
    }
    else if(currentImg === 4){//change to img 5
        for(var i=0; i<6; i++){
            images[i].style.zIndex = "0";
        }
        images[4].style.zIndex = "1";
        imgNumber.innerHTML = imageNumber_Text[4];
        imgDescription.innerHTML = imgDescText[4];

        currentImg = 5;
    }
    else if(currentImg === 5){//change to img 6
    for(var i=0; i<6; i++){
            images[i].style.zIndex = "0";
        }
        images[5].style.zIndex = "1";
        imgNumber.innerHTML = imageNumber_Text[5];
        imgDescription.innerHTML = imgDescText[5];

        currentImg = 6;
    }
    else if(currentImg === 6){//change to img 1
        for(var i=0; i<6; i++){
            images[i].style.zIndex = "0";
        }
        images[0].style.zIndex = "1";
        imgNumber.innerHTML = imageNumber_Text[0];
        imgDescription.innerHTML = imgDescText[0];

        currentImg = 1;
    }
}

C# how to create a Guid value?

There's also ShortGuid - A shorter and url friendly GUID class in C#. It's available as a Nuget. More information here.

PM> Install-Package CSharpVitamins.ShortGuid

Usage:

Guid guid = Guid.NewGuid();
ShortGuid sguid1 = guid; // implicitly cast the guid as a shortguid
Console.WriteLine(sguid1);
Console.WriteLine(sguid1.Guid);

This produces a new guid, uses that guid to create a ShortGuid, and displays the two equivalent values in the console. Results would be something along the lines of:

ShortGuid: FEx1sZbSD0ugmgMAF_RGHw 
Guid:      b1754c14-d296-4b0f-a09a-030017f4461f

Creating temporary files in Android

Best practices on internal and external temporary files:

Internal Cache

If you'd like to cache some data, rather than store it persistently, you should use getCacheDir() to open a File that represents the internal directory where your application should save temporary cache files.

When the device is low on internal storage space, Android may delete these cache files to recover space. However, you should not rely on the system to clean up these files for you. You should always maintain the cache files yourself and stay within a reasonable limit of space consumed, such as 1MB. When the user uninstalls your application, these files are removed.

External Cache

To open a File that represents the external storage directory where you should save cache files, call getExternalCacheDir(). If the user uninstalls your application, these files will be automatically deleted.

Similar to ContextCompat.getExternalFilesDirs(), mentioned above, you can also access a cache directory on a secondary external storage (if available) by calling ContextCompat.getExternalCacheDirs().

Tip: To preserve file space and maintain your app's performance, it's important that you carefully manage your cache files and remove those that aren't needed anymore throughout your app's lifecycle.

BEGIN - END block atomic transactions in PL/SQL

The default behavior of Commit PL/SQL block:

You should explicitly commit or roll back every transaction. Whether you issue the commit or rollback in your PL/SQL program or from a client program depends on the application logic. If you do not commit or roll back a transaction explicitly, the client environment determines its final state.

For example, in the SQLPlus environment, if your PL/SQL block does not include a COMMIT or ROLLBACK statement, the final state of your transaction depends on what you do after running the block. If you execute a data definition, data control, or COMMIT statement or if you issue the EXIT, DISCONNECT, or QUIT command, Oracle commits the transaction. If you execute a ROLLBACK statement or abort the SQLPlus session, Oracle rolls back the transaction.

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/appdev.102/b14261/sqloperations.htm#i7105

How to change dot size in gnuplot

Use the pointtype and pointsize options, e.g.

plot "./points.dat" using 1:2 pt 7 ps 10  

where pt 7 gives you a filled circle and ps 10 is the size.

See: Plotting data.

javax.el.PropertyNotFoundException: Property 'foo' not found on type com.example.Bean

I get the same error on my JSP and the bad rated answer was correct

I had the folowing line:

<c:forEach var="agent" items=" ${userList}" varStatus="rowCounter">

and get the folowing error:

javax.el.PropertyNotFoundException: Property 'agent' not found on type java.lang.String

deleting the space before ${userList} solved my problem

If some have the same problem, he will find quickly this post and does not waste 3 days in googeling to find help.

In Angular, how to pass JSON object/array into directive?

What you need is properly a service:

.factory('DataLayer', ['$http',

    function($http) {

        var factory = {};
        var locations;

        factory.getLocations = function(success) {
            if(locations){
                success(locations);
                return;
            }
            $http.get('locations/locations.json').success(function(data) {
                locations = data;
                success(locations);
            });
        };

        return factory;
    }
]);

The locations would be cached in the service which worked as singleton model. This is the right way to fetch data.

Use this service DataLayer in your controller and directive is ok as following:

appControllers.controller('dummyCtrl', function ($scope, DataLayer) {
    DataLayer.getLocations(function(data){
        $scope.locations = data;
    });
});

.directive('map', function(DataLayer) {
    return {
        restrict: 'E',
        replace: true,
        template: '<div></div>',
        link: function(scope, element, attrs) {

            DataLayer.getLocations(function(data) {
                angular.forEach(data, function(location, key){
                    //do something
                });
            });
        }
    };
});

Passing parameters to click() & bind() event in jquery?

see event.data

commentbtn.bind('click', { id: '12', name: 'Chuck Norris' }, function(event) {
    var data = event.data;
    alert(data.id);
    alert(data.name);
});

If your data is initialized before binding the event, then simply capture those variables in a closure.

// assuming id and name are defined in this scope
commentBtn.click(function() {
    alert(id), alert(name);
});

Changing capitalization of filenames in Git

Starting Git 2.0.1 (June 25th, 2014), a git mv will just work on a case insensitive OS.

See commit baa37bf by David Turner (dturner-tw).

mv: allow renaming to fix case on case insensitive filesystems

"git mv hello.txt Hello.txt" on a case insensitive filesystem always triggers "destination already exists" error, because these two names refer to the same path from the filesystem's point of view and requires the user to give "--force" when correcting the case of the path recorded in the index and in the next commit.

Detect this case and allow it without requiring "--force".

git mv hello.txt Hello.txt just works (no --force required anymore).


The other alternative is:

git config --global core.ignorecase false

And rename the file directly; git add and commit.

linux: kill background task

The following command gives you a list of all background processes in your session, along with the pid. You can then use it to kill the process.

jobs -l

Example usage:

$ sleep 300 &
$ jobs -l
[1]+ 31139 Running                 sleep 300 &
$ kill 31139

How to programmatically connect a client to a WCF service?

You'll have to use the ChannelFactory class.

Here's an example:

var myBinding = new BasicHttpBinding();
var myEndpoint = new EndpointAddress("http://localhost/myservice");
using (var myChannelFactory = new ChannelFactory<IMyService>(myBinding, myEndpoint))
{
    IMyService client = null;

    try
    {
        client = myChannelFactory.CreateChannel();
        client.MyServiceOperation();
        ((ICommunicationObject)client).Close();
        myChannelFactory.Close();
    }
    catch
    {
        (client as ICommunicationObject)?.Abort();
    }
}

Related resources:

Convert String to System.IO.Stream

string str = "asasdkopaksdpoadks";
byte[] data = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(str);
MemoryStream stm = new MemoryStream(data, 0, data.Length);

How to add parameters to HttpURLConnection using POST using NameValuePair

If you don't need the ArrayList<NameValuePair> for parameters, this is a shorter solution that builds the query string using the Uri.Builder class:

URL url = new URL("http://yoururl.com");
HttpsURLConnection conn = (HttpsURLConnection) url.openConnection();
conn.setReadTimeout(10000);
conn.setConnectTimeout(15000);
conn.setRequestMethod("POST");
conn.setDoInput(true);
conn.setDoOutput(true);

Uri.Builder builder = new Uri.Builder()
        .appendQueryParameter("firstParam", paramValue1)
        .appendQueryParameter("secondParam", paramValue2)
        .appendQueryParameter("thirdParam", paramValue3);
String query = builder.build().getEncodedQuery();

OutputStream os = conn.getOutputStream();
BufferedWriter writer = new BufferedWriter(
            new OutputStreamWriter(os, "UTF-8"));
writer.write(query);
writer.flush();
writer.close();
os.close();

conn.connect();

Login to website, via C#

Sometimes, it may help switching off AllowAutoRedirect and setting both login POST and page GET requests the same user agent.

request.UserAgent = userAgent;
request.AllowAutoRedirect = false;

How to execute a remote command over ssh with arguments?

This is an example that works on the AWS Cloud. The scenario is that some machine that booted from autoscaling needs to perform some action on another server, passing the newly spawned instance DNS via SSH

# Get the public DNS of the current machine (AWS specific)
MY_DNS=`curl -s http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/public-hostname`


ssh \
    -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no \
    -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa \
    [email protected] \
<< EOF
cd ~/
echo "Hey I was just SSHed by ${MY_DNS}"
run_other_commands
# Newline is important before final EOF!

EOF

Zabbix server is not running: the information displayed may not be current

I was using a special character in my DB password - wrapping the DBPassword option in /etc/zabbix/zabbix_server.conf and doing sudo service zabbix-server restart got me back up and running.

Not Working DBPassword=MyString?

Working DBPassword='MyString?'

Concatenate String in String Objective-c

You would normally use -stringWithFormat here.

NSString *myString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@%@%@", @"some text", stringVariable, @"some more text"];

How to create an empty file with Ansible?

In order to create a file in the remote machine with the ad-hoc command

ansible client -m file -a"dest=/tmp/file state=touch"

Please correct me if I am wrong

this.getClass().getClassLoader().getResource("...") and NullPointerException

One other thing to look at that solved it for me :

In an Eclipse / Maven project, I had Java classes in src/test/java in which I was using the this.getClass().getResource("someFile.ext"); pattern to look for resources in src/test/resources where the resource file was in the same package location in the resources source folder as the test class was in the the test source folder. It still failed to locate them.

Right click on the src/test/resources source folder, Build Path, then "configure inclusion / exclusion filters"; I added a new inclusion filter of **/*.ext to make sure my files weren't getting scrubbed; my tests now can find their resource files.

Is null reference possible?

clang++ 3.5 even warns on it:

/tmp/a.C:3:7: warning: reference cannot be bound to dereferenced null pointer in well-defined C++ code; comparison may be assumed to
      always evaluate to false [-Wtautological-undefined-compare]
if( & nullReference == 0 ) // null reference
      ^~~~~~~~~~~~~    ~
1 warning generated.

How to delete from a text file, all lines that contain a specific string?

I was struggling with this on Mac. Plus, I needed to do it using variable replacement.

So I used:

sed -i '' "/$pattern/d" $file

where $file is the file where deletion is needed and $pattern is the pattern to be matched for deletion.

I picked the '' from this comment.

The thing to note here is use of double quotes in "/$pattern/d". Variable won't work when we use single quotes.

Maximum size of a varchar(max) variable

EDIT: After further investigation, my original assumption that this was an anomaly (bug?) of the declare @var datatype = value syntax is incorrect.

I modified your script for 2005 since that syntax is not supported, then tried the modified version on 2008. In 2005, I get the Attempting to grow LOB beyond maximum allowed size of 2147483647 bytes. error message. In 2008, the modified script is still successful.

declare @KMsg varchar(max); set @KMsg = REPLICATE('a',1024);
declare @MMsg varchar(max); set @MMsg = REPLICATE(@KMsg,1024);
declare @GMsg varchar(max); set @GMsg = REPLICATE(@MMsg,1024);
declare @GGMMsg varchar(max); set @GGMMsg = @GMsg + @GMsg + @MMsg;
select LEN(@GGMMsg)

How to check a channel is closed or not without reading it?

From the documentation:

A channel may be closed with the built-in function close. The multi-valued assignment form of the receive operator reports whether a received value was sent before the channel was closed.

https://golang.org/ref/spec#Receive_operator

Example by Golang in Action shows this case:

// This sample program demonstrates how to use an unbuffered
// channel to simulate a game of tennis between two goroutines.
package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "math/rand"
    "sync"
    "time"
)

// wg is used to wait for the program to finish.
var wg sync.WaitGroup

func init() {
    rand.Seed(time.Now().UnixNano())
}

// main is the entry point for all Go programs.
func main() {
    // Create an unbuffered channel.
    court := make(chan int)
    // Add a count of two, one for each goroutine.
    wg.Add(2)
    // Launch two players.
    go player("Nadal", court)
    go player("Djokovic", court)
    // Start the set.
    court <- 1
    // Wait for the game to finish.
    wg.Wait()
}

// player simulates a person playing the game of tennis.
func player(name string, court chan int) {
    // Schedule the call to Done to tell main we are done.
    defer wg.Done()
    for {
        // Wait for the ball to be hit back to us.
        ball, ok := <-court
        fmt.Printf("ok %t\n", ok)
        if !ok {
            // If the channel was closed we won.
            fmt.Printf("Player %s Won\n", name)
            return
        }
        // Pick a random number and see if we miss the ball.
        n := rand.Intn(100)
        if n%13 == 0 {
            fmt.Printf("Player %s Missed\n", name)
            // Close the channel to signal we lost.
            close(court)
            return
        }

        // Display and then increment the hit count by one.
        fmt.Printf("Player %s Hit %d\n", name, ball)
        ball++
        // Hit the ball back to the opposing player.
        court <- ball
    }
}

Adding default parameter value with type hint in Python

If you're using typing (introduced in Python 3.5) you can use typing.Optional, where Optional[X] is equivalent to Union[X, None]. It is used to signal that the explicit value of None is allowed . From typing.Optional:

def foo(arg: Optional[int] = None) -> None:
    ...

Causes of getting a java.lang.VerifyError

Well in my case, my project A had a dependency on another, say X(A was using some of the classes defined in X). So when I added X as a reference project in the build path of A , I got this error. However when I removed X as the referenced project and included X's jar as one of the libraries, the problem was solved.

SQL Server Group By Month

Now your query is explicitly looking at only payments for year = 2010, however, I think you meant to have your Jan/Feb/Mar actually represent 2009. If so, you'll need to adjust this a bit for that case. Don't keep requerying the sum values for every column, just the condition of the date difference in months. Put the rest in the WHERE clause.

SELECT 
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 0 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Apr",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 1 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "May",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 2 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "June",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 3 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "July",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 4 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Aug",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 5 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Sep",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 6 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Oct",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 7 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Nov",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 8 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Dec",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 9 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Jan",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 10 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Feb",
      SUM( case when DateDiff(m, PaymentDate, @start) = 11 
           then Amount else 0 end ) AS "Mar"
   FROM 
      Payments I
         JOIN Live L
            on I.LiveID = L.Record_Key
   WHERE 
          Year = 2010 
      AND UserID = 100

a tag as a submit button?

Supposing the form is the direct parent you can do:

<a href='#' onclick='this.parentNode.submit(); return false;'>submit</a>

If not you can access through the forms name attribute like this:

<a href='#' onclick='document.forms["myform"].submit(); return false;'>submit</a>

See both examples here: http://jsfiddle.net/WEZDC/1/

How to display image with JavaScript?

You could make use of the Javascript DOM API. In particular, look at the createElement() method.

You could create a re-usable function that will create an image like so...

function show_image(src, width, height, alt) {
    var img = document.createElement("img");
    img.src = src;
    img.width = width;
    img.height = height;
    img.alt = alt;

    // This next line will just add it to the <body> tag
    document.body.appendChild(img);
}

Then you could use it like this...

<button onclick=
    "show_image('http://google.com/images/logo.gif', 
                 276, 
                 110, 
                 'Google Logo');">Add Google Logo</button> 

See a working example on jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/Bc6Et/

How can I call PHP functions by JavaScript?

I wrote some script for me its working .. I hope it may useful to you

<?php
if(@$_POST['add'])
{
function add()
{
   $a="You clicked on add fun";
   echo $a;
}
add();
}
else if (@$_POST['sub']) 
{
function sub()
{
   $a="You clicked on sub funn";
echo $a;  
}
sub();  
}
?>
<form action="<?php echo $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'];?>" method="POST">

<input type="submit" name="add" Value="Call Add fun">
<input type="submit" name="sub" Value="Call Sub funn">
<?php echo @$a; ?>

</form>

Python 3: UnboundLocalError: local variable referenced before assignment

I don't like this behavior, but this is how Python works. The question has already been answered by others, but for completeness, let me point out that Python 2 has more such quirks.

def f(x):
    return x

def main():
    print f(3)
    if (True):
        print [f for f in [1, 2, 3]]

main()

Python 2.7.6 returns an error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "weird.py", line 9, in <module>
    main()
  File "weird.py", line 5, in main
    print f(3)
UnboundLocalError: local variable 'f' referenced before assignment

Python sees the f is used as a local variable in [f for f in [1, 2, 3]], and decides that it is also a local variable in f(3). You could add a global f statement:

def f(x):
    return x

def main():
    global f
    print f(3)
    if (True):
        print [f for f in [1, 2, 3]]

main()

It does work; however, f becomes 3 at the end... That is, print [f for f in [1, 2, 3]] now changes the global variable f to 3, so it is not a function any more.

Fortunately, it works fine in Python3 after adding the parentheses to print.

Execution Failed for task :app:compileDebugJavaWithJavac in Android Studio

Just complementing @yuchaozh answer above that helped me solve it. (I don't have rep to comment)

Run this to know which java version you have

ls /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/

You'll get an output like:

jdk1.8.0_111.jdk

Replace with your Java version and run this command to export the correct path.

export JAVA_HOME="/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/<YOUR_JAVA_VERSION>/Contents/Home"

AngularJS check if form is valid in controller

The BusinessCtrl is initialised before the createBusinessForm's FormController. Even if you have the ngController on the form won't work the way you wanted. You can't help this (you can create your ngControllerDirective, and try to trick the priority.) this is how angularjs works.

See this plnkr for example: http://plnkr.co/edit/WYyu3raWQHkJ7XQzpDtY?p=preview

Create a tag in a GitHub repository

CAREFUL: In the command in Lawakush Kurmi's answer (git tag -a v1.0) the -a flag is used. This flag tells Git to create an annotated flag. If you don't provide the flag (i.e. git tag v1.0) then it'll create what's called a lightweight tag.


Annotated tags are recommended, because they include a lot of extra information such as:

  • the person who made the tag
  • the date the tag was made
  • a message for the tag

Because of this, you should always use annotated tags.

How can I resize an image dynamically with CSS as the browser width/height changes?

You can use CSS3 scale property to resize image with css:

.image:hover {
  -webkit-transform:scale(1.2); 
          transform:scale(1.2);
}
.image {
  -webkit-transition: all 0.7s ease; 
          transition: all 0.7s ease;
}

Further Reading:

How to drop columns by name in a data frame

Do not use -which() for this, it is extremely dangerous. Consider:

dat <- data.frame(x=1:5, y=2:6, z=3:7, u=4:8)
dat[ , -which(names(dat) %in% c("z","u"))] ## works as expected
dat[ , -which(names(dat) %in% c("foo","bar"))] ## deletes all columns! Probably not what you wanted...

Instead use subset or the ! function:

dat[ , !names(dat) %in% c("z","u")] ## works as expected
dat[ , !names(dat) %in% c("foo","bar")] ## returns the un-altered data.frame. Probably what you want

I have learned this from painful experience. Do not overuse which()!

Simplest way to display current month and year like "Aug 2016" in PHP?

Full version:

<? echo date('F Y'); ?>

Short version:

<? echo date('M Y'); ?>

Here is a good reference for the different date options.

update

To show the previous month we would have to introduce the mktime() function and make use of the optional timestamp parameter for the date() function. Like this:

echo date('F Y', mktime(0, 0, 0, date('m')-1, 1, date('Y')));

This will also work (it's typically used to get the last day of the previous month):

echo date('F Y', mktime(0, 0, 0, date('m'), 0, date('Y')));

Hope that helps.

How can I let a user download multiple files when a button is clicked?

The best way to do this is to have your files zipped and link to that:

The other solution can be found here: How to make a link open multiple pages when clicked

Which states the following:

HTML:

<a href="#" class="yourlink">Download</a>

JS:

$('a.yourlink').click(function(e) {
    e.preventDefault();
    window.open('mysite.com/file1');
    window.open('mysite.com/file2');
    window.open('mysite.com/file3');
});

Having said this, I would still go with zipping the file, as this implementation requires JavaScript and can also sometimes be blocked as popups.

How to iterate object in JavaScript?

Here's all the options you have:

1. for...of (ES2015)

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var dictionary = {_x000D_
    "data": [_x000D_
        {"id":"0","name":"ABC"},_x000D_
        {"id":"1","name":"DEF"}_x000D_
    ],_x000D_
    "images": [_x000D_
        {"id":"0","name":"PQR"},_x000D_
        {"id":"1","name":"xyz"}_x000D_
    ]_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
for (const entry of dictionary.data) {_x000D_
  console.log(JSON.stringify(entry))_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

2. Array.prototype.forEach (ES5)

_x000D_
_x000D_
var dictionary = {_x000D_
    "data": [_x000D_
        {"id":"0","name":"ABC"},_x000D_
        {"id":"1","name":"DEF"}_x000D_
    ],_x000D_
    "images": [_x000D_
        {"id":"0","name":"PQR"},_x000D_
        {"id":"1","name":"xyz"}_x000D_
    ]_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
dictionary.data.forEach(function(entry) {_x000D_
  console.log(JSON.stringify(entry))_x000D_
})
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

3. for() (ES1)

_x000D_
_x000D_
var dictionary = {_x000D_
    "data": [_x000D_
        {"id":"0","name":"ABC"},_x000D_
        {"id":"1","name":"DEF"}_x000D_
    ],_x000D_
    "images": [_x000D_
        {"id":"0","name":"PQR"},_x000D_
        {"id":"1","name":"xyz"}_x000D_
    ]_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
for (let i = 0; i < dictionary.data.length; i++) {_x000D_
  console.log(JSON.stringify(dictionary.data[i]))_x000D_
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

CSS: image link, change on hover

The problem with changing it via JavaScript or CSS is that if you have a slower connection, the image will take a second to change to the hovered version. This will cause an undesirable flash as one disappears while the other downloads.

What I've done before is have two images. Then hide and show each depending on the hover state. This will allow for a clean switch between the two images.

<a href="/settings">
    <img class="default" src="settings-default.svg"/>
    <img class="hover" src="settings-hover.svg"/>
    <span>Settings</span>
</a>

a img.hover {
    display: none;
}
a img.default {
    display: inherit;
}
a:hover img.hover {
    display: inherit;
}
a:hover img.default {
    display: none;
}

PHP GuzzleHttp. How to make a post request with params?

Try this

$client = new \GuzzleHttp\Client();
$client->post(
    'http://www.example.com/user/create',
    array(
        'form_params' => array(
            'email' => '[email protected]',
            'name' => 'Test user',
            'password' => 'testpassword'
        )
    )
);

How To fix white screen on app Start up?

The user543 answer is perfect

<activity
        android:name="first Activity Name"
        android:theme="@android:style/Theme.Translucent.NoTitleBar" >
 <intent-filter>
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />

            <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
        </intent-filter>
 </activity>

But:

You'r LAUNCHER Activity must extands Activity, not AppCompatActivity as it came by default!

Replace first occurrence of string in Python

string replace() function perfectly solves this problem:

string.replace(s, old, new[, maxreplace])

Return a copy of string s with all occurrences of substring old replaced by new. If the optional argument maxreplace is given, the first maxreplace occurrences are replaced.

>>> u'longlongTESTstringTEST'.replace('TEST', '?', 1)
u'longlong?stringTEST'

How to generate UML diagrams (especially sequence diagrams) from Java code?

You could also give the netbeans UML modeller a try. I have used it to generate javacode that I used in my eclipse projects. You can even import eclipse projects in netbeans and keep the eclipse settings synced with the netbeans project settings.

I tried several UML modellers for eclipse and wasn't satisfied with them. They were either unstable, complicated or just plain ugly. ;-)

Keep the order of the JSON keys during JSON conversion to CSV

There are (hacky) ways to do it ... but you shouldn't.

In JSON, an object is defined thus:

An object is an unordered set of name/value pairs.

See http://json.org.

Most implementations of JSON make no effort to preserve the order of an object's name/value pairs, since it is (by definition) not significant.

If you want order to be preserved, you need to redefine your data structure; e.g.

{
    "items":
    [
        [
            {"WR":"qwe"},
            {"QU":"asd"},
            {"QA":"end"},
            {"WO":"hasd"},
            {"NO":"qwer"}
        ],
    ]
}

or more simply:

{
    "items":
    [
        {"WR":"qwe"},
        {"QU":"asd"},
        {"QA":"end"},
        {"WO":"hasd"},
        {"NO":"qwer"}
    ]
}

FOLLOWUP

Thanks for the info, but I have no choice but to use JSON in my application and my application needs to keep the order of the keys regardless of the definition of JSON object... I am not allowed to change the format of the JSON file as well...

You need to have a hard conversation with whoever designed that file structure and won't let you change it. It is / they are plain wrong. You need to convince them.

If they really won't let you change it:

  • You should insist on not calling it JSON ... 'cos it isn't.
  • You should point out that you are going to have to write / modify code specially to handle this "not JSON" format ... unless you can find some JSON implementation that preserves the order. If they are a paying client, make sure that they pay for this extra work you have to do.
  • You should point out that if the "not JSON" needs to be used by some other tool, it is going to be problematic. Indeed, this problem will occur over and over ...

This kind of thing as really bad. On the one hand, your software will be violating a well established / long standing specification that is designed to promote interoperability. On the other hand, the nit-wits who designed this lame (not JSON!) file format are probably slagging off other people's systems etc 'cos the systems cannot cope with their nonsense.

UPDATE

It is also worth reading what the JSON RFC (RFC 7159) says on this subject. Here are some excerpts:

In the years since the publication of RFC 4627, JSON has found very wide use. This experience has revealed certain patterns, which, while allowed by its specifications, have caused interoperability problems.

JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is a text format for the serialization of structured data. ...

JSON can represent four primitive types (strings, numbers, booleans, and null) and two structured types (objects and arrays).

An object is an unordered collection of zero or more name/value pairs, where a name is a string and a value is a string, number, boolean, null, object, or array.

JSON parsing libraries have been observed to differ as to whether or not they make the ordering of object members visible to calling software. Implementations whose behavior does not depend on member ordering will be interoperable in the sense that they will not be affected by these differences.

Error HRESULT E_FAIL has been returned from a call to a COM component VS2012 when debugging

I had the same issue that occurred when I was working with the VS GUI tool. What I did to fix it was I deleted the local repository and pulled it down from my git source - thank you git!! :)

This may not be the solution in all instances,. but by deleting all of the local files and recompiling, I was able to get it working again!

Get Application Name/ Label via ADB Shell or Terminal

A shell script to accomplish this:

#!/bin/bash

# Remove whitespace
function remWS {
    if [ -z "${1}" ]; then
        cat | tr -d '[:space:]'
    else
        echo "${1}" | tr -d '[:space:]'
    fi
}

for pkg in $(adb shell pm list packages -3 | cut -d':' -f2); do
    apk_loc="$(adb shell pm path $(remWS $pkg) | cut -d':' -f2 | remWS)"
    apk_name="$(adb shell aapt dump badging $apk_loc | pcregrep -o1 $'application-label:\'(.+)\'' | remWS)"
    apk_info="$(adb shell aapt dump badging $apk_loc | pcregrep -o1 '\b(package: .+)')"

    echo "$apk_name v$(echo $apk_info | pcregrep -io1 -e $'\\bversionName=\'(.+?)\'')"
done

How can I make a div stick to the top of the screen once it's been scrolled to?

The info provided to answer this other question may be of help to you, Evan:

Check if element is visible after scrolling

You basically want to modify the style of the element to set it to fixed only after having verified that the document.body.scrollTop value is equal to or greater than the top of your element.

Does Java have a complete enum for HTTP response codes?

Well, there are static constants of the exact integer values in the HttpURLConnection class

Create a SQL query to retrieve most recent records

Add an auto incrementing Primary Key to each record, for example, UserStatusId.

Then your query could look like this:

select * from UserStatus where UserStatusId in
(
    select max(UserStatusId) from UserStatus group by User
)

Date User Status Notes

Questions every good PHP Developer should be able to answer

I think a good question would be: how does HTTP work? Working with GET and POST data among other HTTP communications is inherent in PHP development. Understanding how HTTP works in a broader context and how PHP implements this goes a long way.

Arduino IDE can't find ESP8266WiFi.h file

Starting with 1.6.4, Arduino IDE can be used to program and upload the NodeMCU board by installing the ESP8266 third-party platform package (refer https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino):

  • Start Arduino, go to File > Preferences
  • Add the following link to the Additional Boards Manager URLs: http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.json and press OK button
  • Click Tools > Boards menu > Boards Manager, search for ESP8266 and install ESP8266 platform from ESP8266 community (and don't forget to select your ESP8266 boards from Tools > Boards menu after installation)

To install additional ESP8266WiFi library:

  • Click Sketch > Include Library > Manage Libraries, search for ESP8266WiFi and then install with the latest version.

After above steps, you should compile the sketch normally.

How to Alter Constraint

No. We cannot alter the constraint, only thing we can do is drop and recreate it

ALTER TABLE [TABLENAME] DROP CONSTRAINT [CONSTRAINTNAME]

Foreign Key Constraint

Alter Table Table1 Add Constraint [CONSTRAINTNAME] Foreign Key (Column) References Table2 (Column) On Update Cascade On Delete Cascade

Primary Key constraint

Alter Table Table add constraint [Primary Key] Primary key(Column1,Column2,.....)

How do I add python3 kernel to jupyter (IPython)

open terminal(or cmd for window), then run following commands: (On window, drop "source" in the second line.)

conda create -n py35 python=3.5
source activate py35
conda install notebook ipykernel
ipython kernel install --user --name=python3.5

I tried some method but It doesnt work, then I found this way. It worked with me. Hoping it can help.

Return multiple values in JavaScript?

You can also do:

function a(){
  var d=2;
  var c=3;
  var f=4;
  return {d:d,c:c,f:f}
}

const {d,c,f} = a()

Pdf.js: rendering a pdf file using a base64 file source instead of url

According to the examples base64 encoding is directly supported, although I've not tested it myself. Take your base64 string (derived from a file or loaded with any other method, POST/GET, websockets etc), turn it to a binary with atob, and then parse this to getDocument on the PDFJS API likePDFJS.getDocument({data: base64PdfData}); Codetoffel answer does work just fine for me though.

JUnit Testing private variables?

First of all, you are in a bad position now - having the task of writing tests for the code you did not originally create and without any changes - nightmare! Talk to your boss and explain, it is not possible to test the code without making it "testable". To make code testable you usually do some important changes;

Regarding private variables. You actually never should do that. Aiming to test private variables is the first sign that something wrong with the current design. Private variables are part of the implementation, tests should focus on behavior rather of implementation details.

Sometimes, private field are exposed to public access with some getter. I do that, but try to avoid as much as possible (mark in comments, like 'used for testing').

Since you have no possibility to change the code, I don't see possibility (I mean real possibility, not like Reflection hacks etc.) to check private variable.

Adding Text to DataGridView Row Header

foreach (DataGridViewRow row in datagrid.Rows)
                        row.HeaderCell.Value = String.Format("{0}", row.Index + 1);

INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY (do nothing)

Use ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE ...,
Negative : because the UPDATE uses resources for the second action.

Use INSERT IGNORE ...,
Negative : MySQL will not show any errors if something goes wrong, so you cannot handle the errors. Use it only if you don’t care about the query.

Scp command syntax for copying a folder from local machine to a remote server

In stall PuTTY in our system and set the environment variable PATH Pointing to putty path. open the command prompt and move to putty folder. Using PSCP command

Please check this

Change the fill color of a cell based on a selection from a Drop Down List in an adjacent cell

In Excel 2010 it is easy, just takes a few more steps for each list items.

The following steps must be completed for each item within the validation list. (Have the worksheet open to where the drop down was created)

1) Click on cell with drop down list.
2) Select which answer to apply format to.
3) Click on "Home" tab, then click the "Styles" tool button on the ribbon.
4) Click "Conditional Formatting", in drop down list click the "*New Rule" option.
5) Select a Rule Type: "Format only cells that contain"
6) Edit the Rule Description: "Cell Value", "equal to", click the cell formula icon in the formula bar (far right), select which worksheet the validation list was created in, select the cell within the list to which you wish to apply the formatting.

Formula should look something like: ='Workbook Data'!$A$2

7) Click the formula icon again to return to format menu.
8) Click on Format button beside preview pane.
9) Select all format options desired.
10) Press "OK" twice.

You are finished with only one item within list. Repeat steps 1 thru 10 until all drop down list items are finished.

Encapsulation vs Abstraction?

Encapsulation - the process of hiding components of the class to prevent direct access from the outside. It is achieved by using "private" modifier to prevent direct access to some class members (data field or method) from other classes or objects meanwhile providing access to these private members by public members (Interface). That make the class members protected as human organs hidden/encapsulated under the skin or some shield.

Abstraction - A principle must be followed in writing OOP program that say "you must include in the class only components that are interesting in the task of the program". For example: the object student has a lot of characters as a human: name, age, weight, hair color, eye color, etc. But, when you create a class in OOP to work with students you should include only those characters that really matter for student database: name, age, specialty, level, marks ... etc. in C++ you can create abstract class by using the modifier "virtual" with any methods in the class and that will make it unusable in direct but you can derive other classes from it and create implementation for its members with adding required members based on the task.

How to stop and restart memcached server?

sudo service memcached stop

sudo service memcached start

sudo service memcached restart

How to order citations by appearance using BibTeX?

If you happen to be using amsrefs they will override all the above - so comment out:

\usepackage{amsrefs}

Dilemma: when to use Fragments vs Activities:

Almost always use fragments. If you know that the app you are building will remain very small, the extra effort of using fragments may not be worth it, so they can be left out. For larger apps, the complexity introduced is offset by the flexibility fragments provide, making it easier to justify having them in the project. Some people are very opposed to the additional complexity involved with fragments and their lifecycles, so they never use them in their projects. An issue with this approach is that there are several APIs in Android that rely on fragments, such as ViewPager and the Jetpack Navigation library. If you need to use these options in your app, then you must use fragments to get their benefits.

Excerpt From: Kristin Marsicano. “Android Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, 4th Edition.” Apple Books.

How to send Request payload to REST API in java?

The following code works for me.

//escape the double quotes in json string
String payload="{\"jsonrpc\":\"2.0\",\"method\":\"changeDetail\",\"params\":[{\"id\":11376}],\"id\":2}";
String requestUrl="https://git.eclipse.org/r/gerrit/rpc/ChangeDetailService";
sendPostRequest(requestUrl, payload);

method implementation:

public static String sendPostRequest(String requestUrl, String payload) {
    try {
        URL url = new URL(requestUrl);
        HttpURLConnection connection = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();

        connection.setDoInput(true);
        connection.setDoOutput(true);
        connection.setRequestMethod("POST");
        connection.setRequestProperty("Accept", "application/json");
        connection.setRequestProperty("Content-Type", "application/json; charset=UTF-8");
        OutputStreamWriter writer = new OutputStreamWriter(connection.getOutputStream(), "UTF-8");
        writer.write(payload);
        writer.close();
        BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(connection.getInputStream()));
        StringBuffer jsonString = new StringBuffer();
        String line;
        while ((line = br.readLine()) != null) {
                jsonString.append(line);
        }
        br.close();
        connection.disconnect();
        return jsonString.toString();
    } catch (Exception e) {
            throw new RuntimeException(e.getMessage());
    }

}

Does GPS require Internet?

I've found out that GPS does not need Internet, BUT of course if you need to download maps, you will need a data connection or wifi.

http://androidforums.com/samsung-fascinate/288871-gps-independent-3g-wi-fi.html http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-applications/63145-does-google-navigation-gps-requires-3g-work.html

What is the difference between range and xrange functions in Python 2.X?

range generates the entire list and returns it. xrange does not -- it generates the numbers in the list on demand.

Extract first and last row of a dataframe in pandas

The accepted answer duplicates the first row if the frame only contains a single row. If that's a concern

df[0::len(df)-1 if len(df) > 1 else 1]

works even for single row-dataframes.

Example: For the following dataframe this will not create a duplicate:

df = pd.DataFrame({'a': [1], 'b':['a']})
df2 = df[0::len(df)-1 if len(df) > 1  else 1]

print df2

   a  b
0  1  a

whereas this does:

df3 = df.iloc[[0, -1]]

print df3 

   a  b
0  1  a
0  1  a

because the single row is the first AND last row at the same time.

Fast way of finding lines in one file that are not in another?

This seems quick for me :

comm -1 -3 <(sort file1.txt) <(sort file2.txt) > output.txt

Should I call Close() or Dispose() for stream objects?

For what it's worth, the source code for Stream.Close explains why there are two methods:

// Stream used to require that all cleanup logic went into Close(),
// which was thought up before we invented IDisposable.  However, we
// need to follow the IDisposable pattern so that users can write
// sensible subclasses without needing to inspect all their base
// classes, and without worrying about version brittleness, from a
// base class switching to the Dispose pattern.  We're moving
// Stream to the Dispose(bool) pattern - that's where all subclasses
// should put their cleanup now.

In short, Close is only there because it predates Dispose, and it can't be deleted for compatibility reasons.

The data-toggle attributes in Twitter Bootstrap

Bootstrap leverages HTML5 standards in order to access DOM element attributes easily within javascript.

data-*

Forms a class of attributes, called custom data attributes, that allow proprietary information to be exchanged between the HTML and its DOM representation that may be used by scripts. All such custom data are available via the HTMLElement interface of the element the attribute is set on. The HTMLElement.dataset property gives access to them.

Reference

Get Android Device Name

Try this code. You get android device name.

public static String getDeviceName() {
    String manufacturer = Build.MANUFACTURER;
    String model = Build.MODEL;
    if (model.startsWith(manufacturer)) {
        return model;
    }
    return manufacturer + " " + model;
}

Javascript/Jquery to change class onclick?

Just using this will add "mynewclass" to the element with the id myElement and revert it on the next call.

<div id="showhide" class="meta-info" onclick="changeclass(this);">

function changeclass(element) {
    $(element).toggleClass('mynewclass');
}

Or for a slighly more jQuery way (you would run this after the DOM is loaded)

<div id="showhide" class="meta-info">

$('#showhide').click(function() {
    $(this).toggleClass('mynewclass');
});

See a working example of this here: http://jsfiddle.net/S76WN/

How do servlets work? Instantiation, sessions, shared variables and multithreading

Session in Java servlets is the same as session in other languages such as PHP. It is unique to the user. The server can keep track of it in different ways such as cookies, url rewriting etc. This Java doc article explains it in the context of Java servlets and indicates that exactly how session is maintained is an implementation detail left to the designers of the server. The specification only stipulates that it must be maintained as unique to a user across multiple connections to the server. Check out this article from Oracle for more information about both of your questions.

Edit There is an excellent tutorial here on how to work with session inside of servlets. And here is a chapter from Sun about Java Servlets, what they are and how to use them. Between those two articles, you should be able to answer all of your questions.

Integer expression expected error in shell script

If you are just comparing numbers, I think there's no need to change syntax, just correct those lines, lines 6 and 9 brackets.

Line 6 before: if [ "$age" -le "7"] -o [ "$age" -ge " 65" ]

After: if [ "$age" -le "7" -o "$age" -ge "65" ]

Line 9 before: elif [ "$age" -gt "7"] -a [ "$age" -lt "65"]

After: elif [ "$age" -gt "7" -a "$age" -lt "65" ]

Sending email from Command-line via outlook without having to click send

Send SMS/Text Messages from Command Line with VBScript!

If VBA meets the rules for VB Script then it can be called from command line by simply placing it into a text file - in this case there's no need to specifically open Outlook.

I had a need to send automated text messages to myself from the command line, so I used the code below, which is just a compressed version of @Geoff's answer above.

Most mobile phone carriers worldwide provide an email address "version" of your mobile phone number. For example in Canada with Rogers or Chatr Wireless, an email sent to <YourPhoneNumber> @pcs.rogers.com will be immediately delivered to your Rogers/Chatr phone as a text message.

* You may need to "authorize" the first message on your phone, and some carriers may charge an additional fee for theses message although as far as I know, all Canadian carriers provide this little-known service for free. Check your carrier's website for details.

There are further instructions and various compiled lists of worldwide carrier's Email-to-Text addresses available online such as this and this and this.


Code & Instructions

  1. Copy the code below and paste into a new file in your favorite text editor.
  2. Save the file with any name with a .VBS extension, such as TextMyself.vbs.

That's all!
Just double-click the file to send a test message, or else run it from a batch file using START.

Sub SendMessage()
    Const EmailToSMSAddy = "[email protected]"
    Dim objOutlookRecip
    With CreateObject("Outlook.Application").CreateItem(0)
        Set objOutlookRecip = .Recipients.Add(EmailToSMSAddy)
        objOutlookRecip.Type = 1
        .Subject = "The computer needs your attention!"
        .Body = "Go see why Windows Command Line is texting you!"
        .Save
        .Send
    End With
End Sub

Example Batch File Usage:

START x:\mypath\TextMyself.vbs

Of course there are endless possible ways this could be adapted and customized to suit various practical or creative needs.

npx command not found

if you are using macOS, use sudo command

sudo npm install -g npx

enter image description here

Convert Json String to C# Object List

Please make sure that all properties are both the getter and setter. In case, any property is getter only, it will cause the reverting the List to original data as the JSON string is typed.

Please refer to the following code snippet for the same: Model:

 public class Person
{
    public int ID { get; set; }
    // following 2 lines are cause of error
    //public string Name { get { return string.Format("{0} {1}", First, Last); } }
    //public string Country { get { return Countries[CountryID]; } }
    public int CountryID { get; set; }
    public bool Active { get; set; }
    public string First { get; set; }
    public string Last { get; set; }
    public DateTime Hired { get; set; }
}
public class ModelObj
    {
        public string Str { get; set; }
        public List<Person> Persons { get; set; }
    }

Controller:

 [HttpPost]
    public ActionResult Index(FormCollection collection)
    {
        var data = new ModelObj();
        data.Str = (string)collection.GetValue("Str").ConvertTo(typeof(string));
        var personsString = (string)collection.GetValue("Persons").ConvertTo(typeof(string));
        using (var textReader = new StringReader(personsString))
        {
            using (var reader = new JsonTextReader(textReader))
            {
                data.Persons = new JsonSerializer().Deserialize(reader, typeof(List<Person>)) as List<Person>; 
            }
        }

        return View(data);
    }

Remove duplicated rows using dplyr

When selecting columns in R for a reduced data-set you can often end up with duplicates.

These two lines give the same result. Each outputs a unique data-set with two selected columns only:

distinct(mtcars, cyl, hp);

summarise(group_by(mtcars, cyl, hp));

RSA: Get exponent and modulus given a public key

If you need to parse ASN.1 objects in script, there's a library for that: https://github.com/lapo-luchini/asn1js

For doing the math, I found jsbn convenient: http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~tjw/jsbn/

Walking the ASN.1 structure and extracting the exp/mod/subject/etc. is up to you -- I never got that far!

R object identification

I usually start out with some combination of:

typeof(obj)
class(obj)
sapply(obj, class)
sapply(obj, attributes)
attributes(obj)
names(obj)

as appropriate based on what's revealed. For example, try with:

obj <- data.frame(a=1:26, b=letters)
obj <- list(a=1:26, b=letters, c=list(d=1:26, e=letters))
data(cars)
obj <- lm(dist ~ speed, data=cars)

..etc.

If obj is an S3 or S4 object, you can also try methods or showMethods, showClass, etc. Patrick Burns' R Inferno has a pretty good section on this (sec #7).

EDIT: Dirk and Hadley mention str(obj) in their answers. It really is much better than any of the above for a quick and even detailed peek into an object.

Python xticks in subplots

There are two ways:

  1. Use the axes methods of the subplot object (e.g. ax.set_xticks and ax.set_xticklabels) or
  2. Use plt.sca to set the current axes for the pyplot state machine (i.e. the plt interface).

As an example (this also illustrates using setp to change the properties of all of the subplots):

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=3, ncols=4)

# Set the ticks and ticklabels for all axes
plt.setp(axes, xticks=[0.1, 0.5, 0.9], xticklabels=['a', 'b', 'c'],
        yticks=[1, 2, 3])

# Use the pyplot interface to change just one subplot...
plt.sca(axes[1, 1])
plt.xticks(range(3), ['A', 'Big', 'Cat'], color='red')

fig.tight_layout()
plt.show()

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How can I run a directive after the dom has finished rendering?

Here is how I do it:

app.directive('example', function() {

    return function(scope, element, attrs) {
        angular.element(document).ready(function() {
                //MANIPULATE THE DOM
        });
    };

});

Print second last column/field in awk

It's simplest:

 awk '{print $--NF}' 

The reason the original $NF-- didn't work is because the expression is evaluated before the decrement, whereas my prefix decrement is performed before evaluation.