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Accessing a resource via codebehind in WPF

You should use System.Windows.Controls.UserControl's FindResource() or TryFindResource() methods.

Also, a good practice is to create a string constant which maps the name of your key in the resource dictionary (so that you can change it at only one place).

JUnit test for System.out.println()

If you were using Spring Boot (you mentioned that you're working with an old application, so you probably aren't but it might be of use to others), then you could use org.springframework.boot.test.rule.OutputCapture in the following manner:

@Rule
public OutputCapture outputCapture = new OutputCapture();

@Test
public void out() {
    System.out.print("hello");
    assertEquals(outputCapture.toString(), "hello");
}

Run PowerShell scripts on remote PC

The accepted answer didn't work for me but the following did:

>PsExec.exe \\<SERVER FQDN> -u <DOMAIN\USER> -p <PASSWORD> /accepteula cmd 
    /c "powershell -noninteractive -command gci c:\"

Example from here

Assign pandas dataframe column dtypes

For those coming from Google (etc.) such as myself:

convert_objects has been deprecated since 0.17 - if you use it, you get a warning like this one:

FutureWarning: convert_objects is deprecated.  Use the data-type specific converters 
pd.to_datetime, pd.to_timedelta and pd.to_numeric.

You should do something like the following:

How do you install and run Mocha, the Node.js testing module? Getting "mocha: command not found" after install

While installing the node modules for mocha I had tried the below commands

  • npm install
  • npm install mocha
  • npm install --save-dev mocha
  • npm install mocha -g # to install it globally also

and on running or executing the mocha test I was trying

  • mocha test
  • npm run test
  • mocha test test\index.test.js
  • npm test

but I was getting the below error as:

'Mocha' is not recognized as internal or external command

So , after trying everything it came out to be just set the path to environment variables under the System Variables as:

C:\Program Files\nodejs\

and it worked :)

How to place div side by side

<div class="container" style="width: 100%;">
    <div class="sidebar" style="width: 200px; float: left;">
        Sidebar
    </div>
    <div class="content" style="margin-left: 202px;">
        content 
    </div>
</div>

This will be cross browser compatible. Without the margin-left you will run into issues with content running all the way to the left if you content is longer than your sidebar.

What is the difference between encode/decode?

anUnicode.encode('encoding') results in a string object and can be called on a unicode object

aString.decode('encoding') results in an unicode object and can be called on a string, encoded in given encoding.


Some more explanations:

You can create some unicode object, which doesn't have any encoding set. The way it is stored by Python in memory is none of your concern. You can search it, split it and call any string manipulating function you like.

But there comes a time, when you'd like to print your unicode object to console or into some text file. So you have to encode it (for example - in UTF-8), you call encode('utf-8') and you get a string with '\u<someNumber>' inside, which is perfectly printable.

Then, again - you'd like to do the opposite - read string encoded in UTF-8 and treat it as an Unicode, so the \u360 would be one character, not 5. Then you decode a string (with selected encoding) and get brand new object of the unicode type.

Just as a side note - you can select some pervert encoding, like 'zip', 'base64', 'rot' and some of them will convert from string to string, but I believe the most common case is one that involves UTF-8/UTF-16 and string.

How to overcome TypeError: unhashable type: 'list'

The reason you're getting the unhashable type: 'list' exception is because k = list[0:j] sets k to be a "slice" of the list, which is logically another, often shorter, list. What you need is to get just the first item in list, written like so k = list[0]. The same for v = list[j + 1:] which should just be v = list[2] for the third element of the list returned from the call to readline.split(" ").

I noticed several other likely problems with the code, of which I'll mention a few. A big one is you don't want to (re)initialize d with d = {} for each line read in the loop. Another is it's generally not a good idea to name variables the same as any of the built-ins types because it'll prevent you from being able to access one of them if you need it — and it's confusing to others who are used to the names designating one of these standard items. For that reason, you ought to rename your variable list variable something different to avoid issues like that.

Here's a working version of your with these changes in it, I also replaced the if statement expression you used to check to see if the key was already in the dictionary and now make use of a dictionary's setdefault() method to accomplish the same thing a little more succinctly.

d = {}
with open("nameerror.txt", "r") as file:
    line = file.readline().rstrip()
    while line:
        lst = line.split() # Split into sequence like ['AAA', 'x', '111'].
        k, _, v = lst[:3]  # Get first and third items.
        d.setdefault(k, []).append(v)
        line = file.readline().rstrip()

print('d: {}'.format(d))

Output:

d: {'AAA': ['111', '112'], 'AAC': ['123'], 'AAB': ['111']}

SQL Server Convert Varchar to Datetime

You could do it this way but it leaves it as a varchar

declare @s varchar(50)

set @s = '2011-09-28 18:01:00'

select convert(varchar, cast(@s as datetime), 105) + RIGHT(@s, 9)

or

select convert(varchar(20), @s, 105)

Representing Directory & File Structure in Markdown Syntax

If you're using VS Code, this is an awesome extension for generating file trees.

Added directly to markdown...

quakehunter
 ? client
 ? node_modules
 ? server
 ? ? index.js
 ? .gitignore
 ? package-lock.json
 ? package.json

Maven package/install without test (skip tests)

The best and the easiest way to do it, in IntelliJ Idea in the window “Maven Project”, and just don’t click on the test button. I hope, I helped you. Have a good day :)

Using Python 3 in virtualenv

simply run

virtualenv -p python3 envname

Update after OP's edit:

There was a bug in the OP's version of virtualenv, as described here. The problem was fixed by running:

pip install --upgrade virtualenv

Rails 4: assets not loading in production

it is not recommended to let capistrano do assets precompile, because it may take ages and often time out. try to do local assets precompile.

1st, set in config/application.rb config.assets.initialize_on_precompile = false then do local RAILS_ENV=production bin/rake assets:precompile and add those public/assets to git.

and config/environments/development.rb, change your asset path to avoid using precompiled assets:

config.assets.prefix = '/dev-assets'

If you have db connection issue, means u have initializer that uses db. one way around it is to set a new environment by duplicate production.rb as maybe production2.rb, and in database.yml, add production2 environment with development db setting. then do

RAILS_ENV=production2 bin/rake assets:precompile

if you are still facing some issue with assets, for example ckeditor, add the js file into config/initializers/assets.rb

Rails.application.config.assets.precompile += %w( ckeditor.js )

Responsive Image full screen and centered - maintain aspect ratio, not exceed window

To center it, you can use the technique shown here: Absolute centering.

To make it as big as possible, give it max-width and max-height of 100%.

To maintain the aspect ratio (even when the width is specifically set like in the snippet below), use object-fit as explained here.

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.className {
    max-width: 100%;
    max-height: 100%;
    bottom: 0;
    left: 0;
    margin: auto;
    overflow: auto;
    position: fixed;
    right: 0;
    top: 0;
    -o-object-fit: contain;
    object-fit: contain;
}
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<img src="https://i.imgur.com/HmezgW6.png" class="className" />

<!-- Slider to control the image width, only to make demo clearer !-->
<input type="range" min="10" max="2000" value="276" step="10" oninput="document.querySelector('img').style.width = (this.value +'px')" style="width: 90%; position: absolute; z-index: 2;" >
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Eclipse comment/uncomment shortcut?

Ctrl+/ to toggle "//" comments and Ctrl+Shift/ to toggle "/* */" comments. At least for Java, anyway - other tooling may have different shortcuts.

Ctrl+\ will remove a block of either comment, but won't add comments.

EDIT: It's Ctrl on a PC, but on a Mac the shortcuts may all be Cmd instead. I don't have a Mac myself, so can't easily check

Class Not Found Exception when running JUnit test

I fixed my issue by running maven update. Right click project your project > Maven > Update Project

Is there a "theirs" version of "git merge -s ours"?

The equivalent(which keep parent order) to 'git merge -s theirs branchB'

Before merge:enter image description here

!!! Make sure you are in clean state !!!

Do the merge:

git commit-tree -m "take theirs" -p HEAD -p branchB 'branchB^{tree}'
git reset --hard 36daf519952 # is the output of the prev command

What we did ? We created a new commit which two parents ours and theirs and the contnet of the commit is branchB - theirs

After merge:enter image description here

More precisely:

git commit-tree -m "take theirs" -p HEAD -p 'SOURCE^{commit}' 'SOURCE^{tree}'

JavaFX FXML controller - constructor vs initialize method

In a few words: The constructor is called first, then any @FXML annotated fields are populated, then initialize() is called.

This means the constructor does not have access to @FXML fields referring to components defined in the .fxml file, while initialize() does have access to them.

Quoting from the Introduction to FXML:

[...] the controller can define an initialize() method, which will be called once on an implementing controller when the contents of its associated document have been completely loaded [...] This allows the implementing class to perform any necessary post-processing on the content.

How to convert const char* to char* in C?

You can cast it by doing (char *)Identifier_Of_Const_char

But as there is probabbly a reason that the api doesn't accept const cahr *, you should do this only, if you are sure, the function doesn't try to assign any value in range of your const char* which you casted to a non const one.

Android emulator doesn't take keyboard input - SDK tools rev 20

In your home folder /.android/avd//config.ini add the line hw.keyboard=yes

When do I need to use AtomicBoolean in Java?

Excerpt from the package description

Package java.util.concurrent.atomic description: A small toolkit of classes that support lock-free thread-safe programming on single variables.[...]

The specifications of these methods enable implementations to employ efficient machine-level atomic instructions that are available on contemporary processors.[...]

Instances of classes AtomicBoolean, AtomicInteger, AtomicLong, and AtomicReference each provide access and updates to a single variable of the corresponding type.[...]

The memory effects for accesses and updates of atomics generally follow the rules for volatiles:

  • get has the memory effects of reading a volatile variable.
  • set has the memory effects of writing (assigning) a volatile variable.
  • weakCompareAndSet atomically reads and conditionally writes a variable, is ordered with respect to other memory operations on that variable, but otherwise acts as an ordinary non-volatile memory operation.
  • compareAndSet and all other read-and-update operations such as getAndIncrement have the memory effects of both reading and writing volatile variables.

jquery function setInterval

This is because you are executing the function not referencing it. You should do:

  setInterval(swapImages,1000);

How to open a workbook specifying its path

Workbooks.open("E:\sarath\PTMetrics\20131004\D8 L538-L550 16MY\D8 L538-L550_16MY_Powertrain Metrics_20131002.xlsm")

Or, in a more structured way...

Sub openwb()
    Dim sPath As String, sFile As String
    Dim wb As Workbook

    sPath = "E:\sarath\PTMetrics\20131004\D8 L538-L550 16MY\"
    sFile = sPath & "D8 L538-L550_16MY_Powertrain Metrics_20131002.xlsm"

    Set wb = Workbooks.Open(sFile)
End Sub

Avoid web.config inheritance in child web application using inheritInChildApplications

We were getting an error related to this after a recent release of code to one of our development environments. We have an application that is a child of another application. This relationship has been working fine for YEARS until yesterday.

The problem:
We were getting a yellow stack trace error due to duplicate keys being entered. This is because both the web.config for the child and parent applications had this key. But this existed for many years like this without change. Why all of sudden its an issue now?

The solution:
The reason this was never a problem is because the keys AND values were always the same. Yesterday we updated our SQL connection strings to include the Application Name in the connection string. This made the string unique and all of sudden started to fail.

Without doing any research on the exact reason for this, I have to assume that when the child application inherits the parents web.config values, it ignores identical key/value pairs.

We were able to solve it by wrapping the connection string like this

    <location path="." inheritInChildApplications="false">
        <connectionStrings>
            <!-- Updated connection strings go here -->
        </connectionStrings>
    </location>

Edit: I forgot to mention that I added this in the PARENTS web.config. I didn't have to modify the child's web.config.

Thanks for everyones help on this, saved our butts.

Convert timestamp to date in Oracle SQL

Format like this while selecting:

to_char(systimestamp, 'DD-MON-YYYY')

Eg:

select to_char(systimestamp, 'DD-MON-YYYY') from dual;

R Error in x$ed : $ operator is invalid for atomic vectors

You get this error, despite everything being in line, because of a conflict caused by one of the packages that are currently loaded in your R environment.

So, to solve this issue, detach all the packages that are not needed from the R environment. For example, when I had the same issue, I did the following:

detach(package:neuralnet)

bottom line: detach all the libraries no longer needed for execution... and the problem will be solved.

Truncating long strings with CSS: feasible yet?

If you're OK with a JavaScript solution, there's a jQuery plug-in to do this in a cross-browser fashion - see http://azgtech.wordpress.com/2009/07/26/text-overflow-ellipsis-for-firefox-via-jquery/

how to fix java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException

for ( int i=0 ; i<=list.size() ; i++){
....}

By executing this for loop , the loop will execute with a thrown exception as IndexOutOfBoundException cause, suppose list size is 10 , so when index i will get to 10 i.e when i=10 the exception will be thrown cause index=size, i.e. i=size and as known that Java considers index starting from 0,1,2...etc the expression which Java agrees upon is index < size. So the solution for such exception is to make the statement in loop as i<list.size()

for ( int i=0 ; i<list.size() ; i++){
...}

Datatables - Search Box outside datatable

I had the same problem.

I tried all alternatives posted, but no work, I used a way that is not right but it worked perfectly.

Example search input

<input id="searchInput" type="text"> 

the jquery code

$('#listingData').dataTable({
  responsive: true,
  "bFilter": true // show search input
});
$("#listingData_filter").addClass("hidden"); // hidden search input

$("#searchInput").on("input", function (e) {
   e.preventDefault();
   $('#listingData').DataTable().search($(this).val()).draw();
});

Converting between datetime and Pandas Timestamp objects

Pandas Timestamp to datetime.datetime:

pd.Timestamp('2014-01-23 00:00:00', tz=None).to_pydatetime()

datetime.datetime to Timestamp

pd.Timestamp(datetime(2014, 1, 23))

What are Covering Indexes and Covered Queries in SQL Server?

When I simply recalled that a Clustered Index consists of a key-ordered non-heap list of ALL the columns in the defined table, the lights went on for me. The word "cluster", then, refers to the fact that there is a "cluster" of all the columns, like a cluster of fish in that "hot spot". If there is no index covering the column containing the sought value (the right side of the equation), then the execution plan uses a Clustered Index Seek into the Clustered Index's representation of the requested column because it does not find the requested column in any other "covering" index. The missing will cause a Clustered Index Seek operator in the proposed Execution Plan, where the sought value is within a column inside the ordered list represented by the Clustered Index.

So, one solution is to create a non-clustered index that has the column containing the requested value inside the index. In this way, there is no need to reference the Clustered Index, and the Optimizer should be able to hook that index in the Execution Plan with no hint. If, however, there is a Predicate naming the single column clustering key and an argument to a scalar value on the clustering key, the Clustered Index Seek Operator will still be used, even if there is already a covering index on a second column in the table without an index.

PHP: HTML: send HTML select option attribute in POST

just combine the value and the stud_name e.g. 1_sre and split the value when get it into php. Javascript seems like hammer to crack a nut. N.B. this method assumes you can edit the the html. Here is what the html might look like:

<form name='add'>
Age: <select name='age'>
     <option value='1_sre'>23</option>
     <option value='2_sam>24</option>
     <option value='5_john>25</option>
     </select>
<input type='submit' name='submit'/>
</form>

Material Design not styling alert dialogs

You could use

Material Design Library

Material Design Library made for pretty alert dialogs, buttons, and other things like snack bars. Currently it's heavily developed.

Guide, code, example - https://github.com/navasmdc/MaterialDesignLibrary

Guide how to add library to Android Studio 1.0 - How do I import material design library to Android Studio?

.

Happy coding ;)

Getting error while sending email through Gmail SMTP - "Please log in via your web browser and then try again. 534-5.7.14"

Some apps are marked as less secure by google, so you just need to give access for those app so google will allow you to access its services to you.

follow this http://www.codematrics.com/your-imap-server-wants-to-alert-you-to-the-following-please-login-via-your-web-browser-gmail/

How do I clone a specific Git branch?

git clone -b <branch> <remote_repo>

Example:

git clone -b my-branch [email protected]:user/myproject.git

With Git 1.7.10 and later, add --single-branch to prevent fetching of all branches. Example, with OpenCV 2.4 branch:

git clone -b opencv-2.4 --single-branch https://github.com/Itseez/opencv.git

Can I set an opacity only to the background image of a div?

css

div { 
    width: 200px;
    height: 200px;
    display: block;
    position: relative;
}

div::after {
    content: "";
    background: url(image.jpg); 
    opacity: 0.5;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;
    bottom: 0;
    right: 0;
    position: absolute;
    z-index: -1;
}

html

<div> put your div content</div>

How do I convert the date from one format to another date object in another format without using any deprecated classes?

Try this

This is the simplest way of changing one date format to another

public String changeDateFormatFromAnother(String date){
    @SuppressLint("SimpleDateFormat") DateFormat inputFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss");
    @SuppressLint("SimpleDateFormat") DateFormat outputFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("dd MMMM yyyy");
    String resultDate = "";
    try {
        resultDate=outputFormat.format(inputFormat.parse(date));
    } catch (ParseException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
    return resultDate;
}

How to create a private class method?

Just for the completeness, we can also avoid declaring private_class_method in a separate line. I personally don't like this usage but good to know that it exists.

private_class_method  def self.method_name
 ....
end

VBA check if object is set

If obj Is Nothing Then
    ' need to initialize obj: '
    Set obj = ...
Else
    ' obj already set / initialized. '
End If

Or, if you prefer it the other way around:

If Not obj Is Nothing Then
    ' obj already set / initialized. '
Else
    ' need to initialize obj: '
    Set obj = ...
End If

How do multiple clients connect simultaneously to one port, say 80, on a server?

Normally, for every connecting client the server forks a child process that communicates with the client (TCP). The parent server hands off to the child process an established socket that communicates back to the client.

When you send the data to a socket from your child server, the TCP stack in the OS creates a packet going back to the client and sets the "from port" to 80.

Spring Bean Scopes

A short example what is the difference between @Scope("singleton") (default) and @Scope("prototype"):

DAO class:

package com.example.demo;

public class Manager {
    private String name;

    public String getName() {
        return name;
    }

    public void setName(String name) {
        this.name = name;
    }
}

Configuration:

@Configuration
public class AppConfiguration {
    @Bean
    @Scope("singleton")
    public Manager getManager(){
        return new Manager();
    }
}

and MainApp:

@SpringBootApplication
public class DemoApplication {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        SpringApplication.run(DemoApplication.class, args);
        AnnotationConfigApplicationContext context = new AnnotationConfigApplicationContext();
        context.scan("com.example.demo");
        context.refresh();

        Manager firstManager = context.getBean(Manager.class);
        firstManager.setName("Karol");

        Manager secondManager = context.getBean(Manager.class);
        System.out.println(secondManager.getName());
    }

}

In this example the result is: Karol even if we set this name only for firstManager object. It's because Spring IoC container created one instance of object. However when we change scope to @Scope("prototype") in Configuration class then result is: null because Spring IoC container creates a new bean instance of the object when request for that bean is made.

Why is __init__() always called after __new__()?

Digging little deeper into that!

The type of a generic class in CPython is type and its base class is Object (Unless you explicitly define another base class like a metaclass). The sequence of low level calls can be found here. The first method called is the type_call which then calls tp_new and then tp_init.

The interesting part here is that tp_new will call the Object's (base class) new method object_new which does a tp_alloc (PyType_GenericAlloc) which allocates the memory for the object :)

At that point the object is created in memory and then the __init__ method gets called. If __init__ is not implemented in your class then the object_init gets called and it does nothing :)

Then type_call just returns the object which binds to your variable.

How do I export (and then import) a Subversion repository?

rsvndump worked great for me migrating a repository from svnrepository.com to an Ubuntu server that I control.

How to install and use rsvndump on Ubuntu:

  1. Install missing dependencies ("APR" and Subversion libraries)

    sudo apt-get install apache2-threaded-dev
    sudo apt-get install libsvn-dev
    
  2. Install rsvndump

    wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/rsvndump/rsvndump-0.5.5.tar.gz
    tar xvfz rsvndump-0.5.5.tar.gz
    cd rsvndump-0.5.5
    ./configure
    make
    sudo make install
    
  3. Dump the remote SVN repository to a local file

    rsvndump http://my.svnrepository.com/svn/old_repo > old_repo_dump
    
  4. Create a new repository and load in the local dump file

    sudo svnadmin create /opt/subversion/my_new_rep
    sudo svnadmin load --force-uuid /opt/subversion/my_new_repo < old_repo_dump
    

Remove leading zeros from a number in Javascript

regexp:

"014".replace(/^0+/, '')

How to get every first element in 2 dimensional list

Try using

for i in a :
  print(i[0])

i represents individual row in a.So,i[0] represnts the 1st element of each row.

How to putAll on Java hashMap contents of one to another, but not replace existing keys and values?

With Java 8 there is this API method to accomplish your requirement.

map.putIfAbsent(key, value)

If the specified key is not already associated with a value (or is mapped to null) associates it with the given value and returns null, else returns the current value.

Best way to get hostname with php

php_uname but I am not sure what hostname you want the hostname of the client or server.

plus you should use cookie based approach

How can a add a row to a data frame in R?

If you want to make an empty data frame and add contents in a loop, the following may help:

# Number of students in class
student.count <- 36

# Gather data about the students
student.age <- sample(14:17, size = student.count, replace = TRUE)
student.gender <- sample(c('male', 'female'), size = student.count, replace = TRUE)
student.marks <- sample(46:97, size = student.count, replace = TRUE)

# Create empty data frame
student.data <- data.frame()

# Populate the data frame using a for loop
for (i in 1 : student.count) {
    # Get the row data
    age <- student.age[i]
    gender <- student.gender[i]
    marks <- student.marks[i]

    # Populate the row
    new.row <- data.frame(age = age, gender = gender, marks = marks)

    # Add the row
    student.data <- rbind(student.data, new.row)
}

# Print the data frame
student.data

Hope it helps :)

Convert String to Float in Swift

to convert string to Float in Xcode 11 as previous methods need modification

func stringToFloat(value : String) -> Float {
    let numberFormatter = NumberFormatter()
    let number = numberFormatter.number(from: value)
    let numberFloatValue = number?.floatValue
    return numberFloatValue!
}

Is bool a native C type?

/* Many years ago, when the earth was still cooling, we used this: */

typedef enum
{
    false = ( 1 == 0 ),
    true = ( ! false )
} bool;

/* It has always worked for me. */

how to include glyphicons in bootstrap 3

I think your particular problem isn't how to use Glyphicons but understanding how Bootstrap files work together.

Bootstrap requires a specific file structure to work. I see from your code you have this:

<link href="bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">

Your Bootstrap.css is being loaded from the same location as your page, this would create a problem if you didn't adjust your file structure.

But first, let me recommend you setup your folder structure like so:

/css      <-- Bootstrap.css here
/fonts    <-- Bootstrap fonts here
/img
/js       <-- Bootstrap JavaScript here
index.html

If you notice, this is also how Bootstrap structures its files in its download ZIP.

You then include your Bootstrap file like so:

<link href="css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">
or
<link href="./css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">
or
<link href="/css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen">

Depending on your server structure or what you're going for.

The first and second are relative to your file's current directory. The second one is just more explicit by saying "here" (./) first then css folder (/css).

The third is good if you're running a web server, and you can just use relative to root notation as the leading "/" will be always start at the root folder.

So, why do this?

Bootstrap.css has this specific line for Glyphfonts:

@font-face {
    font-family: 'Glyphicons Halflings';
    src: url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.eot');
    src: url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.woff') format('woff'), url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.ttf') format('truetype'), url('../fonts/glyphicons-halflings-regular.svg#glyphicons-halflingsregular') format('svg');
}

What you can see is that that Glyphfonts are loaded by going up one directory ../ and then looking for a folder called /fonts and THEN loading the font file.

The URL address is relative to the location of the CSS file. So, if your CSS file is at the same location like this:

/fonts
Bootstrap.css
index.html

The CSS file is going one level deeper than looking for a /fonts folder.

So, let's say the actual location of these files are:

C:\www\fonts
C:\www\Boostrap.css
C:\www\index.html

The CSS file would technically be looking for a folder at:

C:\fonts

but your folder is actually in:

C:\www\fonts

So see if that helps. You don't have to do anything 'special' to load Bootstrap Glyphicons, except make sure your folder structure is set up appropriately.

When you get that fixed, your HTML should simply be:

<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-comment"></span>

Note, you need both classes. The first class glyphicon sets up the basic styles while glyphicon-comment sets the specific image.

Design DFA accepting binary strings divisible by a number 'n'

I know I am quite late, but I just wanted to add a few things to the already correct answer provided by @Grijesh. I'd like to just point out that the answer provided by @Grijesh does not produce the minimal DFA. While the answer surely is the right way to get a DFA, if you need the minimal DFA you will have to look into your divisor.

Like for example in binary numbers, if the divisor is a power of 2 (i.e. 2^n) then the minimum number of states required will be n+1. How would you design such an automaton? Just see the properties of binary numbers. For a number, say 8 (which is 2^3), all its multiples will have the last 3 bits as 0. For example, 40 in binary is 101000. Therefore for a language to accept any number divisible by 8 we just need an automaton which sees if the last 3 bits are 0, which we can do in just 4 states instead of 8 states. That's half the complexity of the machine.

In fact, this can be extended to any base. For a ternary base number system, if for example we need to design an automaton for divisibility with 9, we just need to see if the last 2 numbers of the input are 0. Which can again be done in just 3 states.

Although if the divisor isn't so special, then we need to go through with @Grijesh's answer only. Like for example, in a binary system if we take the divisors of 3 or 7 or maybe 21, we will need to have that many number of states only. So for any odd number n in a binary system, we need n states to define the language which accepts all multiples of n. On the other hand, if the number is even but not a power of 2 (only in case of binary numbers) then we need to divide the number by 2 till we get an odd number and then we can find the minimum number of states by adding the odd number produced and the number of times we divided by 2.

For example, if we need to find the minimum number of states of a DFA which accepts all binary numbers divisible by 20, we do :

20/2 = 10 
10/2 = 5

Hence our answer is 5 + 1 + 1 = 7. (The 1 + 1 because we divided the number 20 twice).

Replace whitespace with a comma in a text file in Linux

This worked for me.

sed -e 's/\s\+/,/g' input.txt >> output.csv

sudo in php exec()

It sounds like you need to set up passwordless sudo. Try:

%admin ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: osascript myscript.scpt

Also comment out the following line (in /etc/sudoers via visudo), if it is there:

Defaults    requiretty

Understanding implicit in Scala

I had the exact same question as you had and I think I should share how I started to understand it by a few really simple examples (note that it only covers the common use cases).

There are two common use cases in Scala using implicit.

  • Using it on a variable
  • Using it on a function

Examples are as follows

Using it on a variable. As you can see, if the implicit keyword is used in the last parameter list, then the closest variable will be used.

// Here I define a class and initiated an instance of this class
case class Person(val name: String)
val charles: Person = Person("Charles")

// Here I define a function
def greeting(words: String)(implicit person: Person) = person match {
  case Person(name: String) if name != "" => s"$name, $words"
    case _ => "$words"
}

greeting("Good morning") // Charles, Good moring

val charles: Person = Person("")
greeting("Good morning") // Good moring

Using it on a function. As you can see, if the implicit is used on the function, then the closest type conversion method will be used.

val num = 10 // num: Int (of course)

// Here I define a implicit function
implicit def intToString(num: Int) = s"$num -- I am a String now!"

val num = 10 // num: Int (of course). Nothing happens yet.. Compiler believes you want 10 to be an Int

// Util...
val num: String = 10 // Compiler trust you first, and it thinks you have `implicitly` told it that you had a way to covert the type from Int to String, which the function `intToString` can do!
// So num is now actually "10 -- I am a String now!"
// console will print this -> val num: String = 10 -- I am a String now!

Hope this can help.

How to start up spring-boot application via command line?

To run the spring-boot application, need to follow some step.

  1. Maven setup (ignore if already setup):

    a. Install maven from https://maven.apache.org/download.cgi

    b. Unzip maven and keep in C drive (you can keep any location. Path location will be changed accordingly).

    c. Set MAVEN_HOME in system variable. enter image description here

    d. Set path for maven

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  1. Add Maven Plugin to POM.XML

    <build> <plugins> <plugin> <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId> <artifactId>spring-boot-maven-plugin</artifactId> </plugin> </plugins> </build>

  2. Build Spring Boot Project with Maven

       maven package
    

    or

         mvn install / mvn clean install
    
  3. Run Spring Boot app using Maven:

        mvn spring-boot:run
    
  4. [optional] Run Spring Boot app with java -jar command

         java -jar target/mywebserviceapp-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
    

How can I find a specific element in a List<T>?

Or if you do not prefer to use LINQ you can do it the old-school way:

List<MyClass> list = new List<MyClass>();
foreach (MyClass element in list)
{
    if (element.GetId() == "heres_where_you_put_what_you_are_looking_for")
    {

        break; // If you only want to find the first instance a break here would be best for your application
    }
}

HTML "overlay" which allows clicks to fall through to elements behind it

I was having this issue when viewing my website on a phone. While I was trying to close the overlay, I was pretty much clicking on anything under the overlay. A solution that I found working for myself is to just add a tag around the entire overlay

What is parsing in terms that a new programmer would understand?

Simple explanation: Parsing is breaking a block of data into smaller pieces (tokens) by following a set of rules (using delimiters for example), so that this data could be processes piece by piece (managed, analysed, interpreted, transmitted, ets).

Examples: Many applications (like Spreadsheet programs) use CSV (Comma Separated Values) file format to import and export data. CSV format makes it possible for the applications to process this data with a help of a special parser. Web browsers have special parsers for HTML and CSS files. JSON parsers exist. All special file formats must have some parsers designed specifically for them.

to_string not declared in scope

You need to make some changes in the compiler. In Dev C++ Compiler: 1. Go to compiler settings/compiler Options. 2. Click on General Tab 3. Check the checkbox (Add the following commands when calling the compiler. 4. write -std=c++11 5. click Ok

How do you send an HTTP Get Web Request in Python?

In Python, you can use urllib2 (http://docs.python.org/2/library/urllib2.html) to do all of that work for you.

Simply enough:

import urllib2
f =  urllib2.urlopen(url)
print f.read() 

Will print the received HTTP response.

To pass GET/POST parameters the urllib.urlencode() function can be used. For more information, you can refer to the Official Urllib2 Tutorial

How to assign the output of a Bash command to a variable?

In this specific case, note that bash has a variable called PWD that contains the current directory: $PWD is equivalent to `pwd`. (So do other shells, this is a standard feature.) So you can write your script like this:

#!/bin/bash
until [ "$PWD" = "/" ]; do
  echo "$PWD"
  ls && cd .. && ls 
done

Note the use of double quotes around the variable references. They are necessary if the variable (here, the current directory) contains whitespace or wildcards (\[?*), because the shell splits the result of variable expansions into words and performs globbing on these words. Always double-quote variable expansions "$foo" and command substitutions "$(foo)" (unless you specifically know you have not to).

In the general case, as other answers have mentioned already:

  • You can't use whitespace around the equal sign in an assignment: var=value, not var = value
  • The $ means “take the value of this variable”, so you don't use it when assigning: var=value, not $var=value.

Powershell Error "The term 'Get-SPWeb' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function..."

Instead of Windows PowerShell, find the item in the Start Menu called SharePoint 2013 Management Shell:

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how to open *.sdf files?

You can use SQL Compact Query Analyzer

http://sqlcequery.codeplex.com/

SQL Compact Query Analyzer is really snappy. 3 MB download, requires an install but really snappy and works.

Replace comma with newline in sed on MacOS?

MacOS is different, there is two way to solve this problem with sed in mac

  • first ,use \'$'\n'' replace \n, it can work in MacOS:

    sed 's/,/\'$'\n''/g' file
    
  • the second, just use an empty line:

    sed 's/,/\
    /g' file
    
  • Ps. Pay attention the range separated by '

  • the third, use gnu-sed replace the mac-sed

Default text which won't be shown in drop-down list

Kyle's solution worked perfectly fine for me so I made my research in order to avoid any Js and CSS, but just sticking with HTML. Adding a value of selected to the item we want to appear as a header forces it to show in the first place as a placeholder. Something like:

<option selected disabled>Choose here</option>

The complete markup should be along these lines:

<select>
    <option selected disabled>Choose here</option>
    <option value="1">One</option>
    <option value="2">Two</option>
    <option value="3">Three</option>
    <option value="4">Four</option>
    <option value="5">Five</option>
</select>

You can take a look at this fiddle, and here's the result:

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If you do not want the sort of placeholder text to appear listed in the options once a user clicks on the select box just add the hidden attribute like so:

<select>
    <option selected disabled hidden>Choose here</option>
    <option value="1">One</option>
    <option value="2">Two</option>
    <option value="3">Three</option>
    <option value="4">Four</option>
    <option value="5">Five</option>
</select>

Check the fiddle here and the screenshot below.

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Here is the solution:

<select>
    <option style="display:none;" selected>Select language</option>
    <option>Option 1</option>
    <option>Option 2</option>
</select>

Map a network drive to be used by a service

You'll either need to modify the service, or wrap it inside a helper process: apart from session/drive access issues, persistent drive mappings are only restored on an interactive logon, which services typically don't perform.

The helper process approach can be pretty simple: just create a new service that maps the drive and starts the 'real' service. The only things that are not entirely trivial about this are:

  • The helper service will need to pass on all appropriate SCM commands (start/stop, etc.) to the real service. If the real service accepts custom SCM commands, remember to pass those on as well (I don't expect a service that considers UNC paths exotic to use such commands, though...)

  • Things may get a bit tricky credential-wise. If the real service runs under a normal user account, you can run the helper service under that account as well, and all should be OK as long as the account has appropriate access to the network share. If the real service will only work when run as LOCALSYSTEM or somesuch, things get more interesting, as it either won't be able to 'see' the network drive at all, or require some credential juggling to get things to work.

PHP 7 simpleXML

For Ubuntu 14.04 with

PHP 7.0.13-1+deb.sury.org~trusty+1 (cli) ( NTS )

sudo apt-get install php-xml

worked for me.

Is it possible to set async:false to $.getJSON call

If you just need to await to avoid nesting code:

let json;
await new Promise(done => $.getJSON('https://***', async function (data) {
    json = data;
    done();
}));

Couldn't connect to server 127.0.0.1:27017

For future reference,Follow these steps to avoid similar errors:

1.Download MondoDB https://www.mongodb.com/

2.Open a terminal and cd into your downloads folder or whatever folder youve saved your mondodb download(Ensure you extract your mongodb folder before you cd into it)

cd Downloads

3.Move mongodb to your usr/local path

sudo mv mongodb-osx-... /usr/local/mongodb

4.cd into your local folder

cd /usr/local/mongodb

5.make a new directory

sudo mkdir -p /data/db

6.cd into the new directory just created above

cd /data/db

7.give mongo permisions

sudo chown YourMacUserName /data/db

8.Then go/open your .bash_profile

To do so,follow these steps:

In your a new terminal

1.cd 2.pwd 3.ls -l

Check if the .bash_profile appears on your list of files on your terminal

if not create the -bash_profile

Creating .bash_profile:

In your terminal

touch .bash_profile

//skip this step if you already have a .bash_profile

Step8:

Next in your terminal:

open .bash_profile

And in your bash file that pops open add the following:

MONGO_PATH=/usr/local/mongodb
export PATH=$PATH:$MONGO_PATH/bin

And then save.(File Save or command S/CMD+S)

Step9:back in your terminal:

source .bash_profile

Now open two terminals.One will for your mondo daemon the other for your mongo.

Terminal 1: in your terminal type:mongod

mongodb

Output: Mongod Terminal

Terminal 2:

mongo

Output: Mongo terminal

Also make sure you dont make the following typo error when starting your mongod in your terminal: This is incorrect

mongo d

gives off the following error: Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1:27017, in(checking socket for error after poll), reason: Connection refused

This is Correct:

mongod

(There should be no space between the words mongo and d..mondod

Finally always keep in mind that you have to run mondod before you run mongo on your terminals.

What's the difference between ClusterIP, NodePort and LoadBalancer service types in Kubernetes?

  1. clusterIP : IP accessible inside cluster (across nodes within d cluster).
nodeA : pod1 => clusterIP1, pod2 => clusterIP2
nodeB : pod3 => clusterIP3.

pod3 can talk to pod1 via their clusterIP network.

  1. nodeport : to make pods accessible from outside the cluster via nodeIP:nodeport, it will create/keep clusterIP above as its clusterIP network.
nodeA => nodeIPA : nodeportX
nodeB => nodeIPB : nodeportX

you might access service on pod1 either via nodeIPA:nodeportX OR nodeIPB:nodeportX. Either way will work because kube-proxy (which is installed in each node) will receive your request and distribute it [redirect it(iptables term)] across nodes using clusterIP network.

  1. Load balancer

basically just putting LB in front, so that inbound traffic is distributed to nodeIPA:nodeportX and nodeIPB:nodeportX then continue with the process flow number 2 above.

Access to the path denied error in C#

I had this issue for longer than I would like to admit.

I simply just needed to run VS as an administrator, rookie mistake on my part...

Hope this helps someone <3

Executing a batch file in a remote machine through PsExec

Here's my current solution to run any code remotely on a given machine or list of machines asynchronously with logging, too!

@echo off
:: by Ralph Buchfelder, thanks to Mark Russinovich and Rob van der Woude for their work!
:: requires PsExec.exe to be in the same directory (download from http://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx)
:: troubleshoot remote commands with PsExec arguments -i or -s if neccessary (see http://forum.sysinternals.com/pstools_forum8.html)
:: will run *in parallel* on a list of remote pcs (if given); to run serially please remove 'START "" CMD.EXE /C' from the psexec call


:: help
if '%1' =='-h' (
 echo.
 echo %~n0
 echo.
 echo Runs a command on one or many remote machines. If no input parameters
 echo are given you will be asked for a target remote machine.
 echo.
 echo You will be prompted for remote credentials with elevated privileges.
 echo.
 echo UNC paths and local paths can be supplied.
 echo Commands will be executed on the remote side just the way you typed
 echo them, so be sure to mind extensions and the path variable!
 echo.
 echo Please note that PsExec.exe must be allowed on remote machines, i.e.
 echo not blocked by firewall or antivirus solutions.
 echo.
 echo Syntax: %~n0 [^<inputfile^>]
 echo.
 echo     inputfile      = a plain text file ^(one hostname or ip address per line^)
 echo.
 echo.
 echo Example:
 echo %~n0 mylist.txt
 exit /b 0
)


:checkAdmin
>nul 2>&1 "%SYSTEMROOT%\system32\cacls.exe" "%SYSTEMROOT%\system32\config\system"
if '%errorlevel%' neq '0' (
 echo Set UAC = CreateObject^("Shell.Application"^) > "%temp%\getadmin.vbs"
 echo UAC.ShellExecute "%~s0", "", "", "runas", 1 >> "%temp%\getadmin.vbs"
 "%temp%\getadmin.vbs"
 del "%temp%\getadmin.vbs"
 exit /B
)
set ADMINTESTDIR=%WINDIR%\System32\Test_%RANDOM%
mkdir "%ADMINTESTDIR%" 2>NUL
if errorlevel 1 (
 cls
 echo ERROR: This script requires elevated privileges!
 echo.
 echo Launch by Right-Click / Run as Administrator ...
 pause
 exit /b 1
) else (
 rd /s /q "%ADMINTESTDIR%"
 echo Running with elevated privileges...
)
echo.


:checkRequirements
if not exist "%~dp0PsExec.exe" (
 echo PsExec.exe from Sysinternals/Microsoft not found 
 echo in %~dp0
 echo.
 echo Download from http://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx
 echo.
 pause
 exit /B
)


:environment
setlocal
echo.
echo %~n0
echo _____________________________
echo.
echo Working directory:  %cd%\
echo Script directory:   %~dp0
echo.
SET /P REMOTE_USER=Domain\Administrator : 
SET "psCommand=powershell -Command "$pword = read-host 'Kennwort' -AsSecureString ; ^
    $BSTR=[System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal]::SecureStringToBSTR($pword); ^
        [System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal]::PtrToStringAuto($BSTR)""
for /f "usebackq delims=" %%p in (`%psCommand%`) do set REMOTE_PASS=%%p
if NOT DEFINED REMOTE_PASS SET /P REMOTE_PASS=Password             : 
echo.
if '%1' =='' goto menu
SET REMOTE_LIST=%1


:inputMultipleTargets
if not exist %REMOTE_LIST% (
 echo File %REMOTE_LIST% not found
 goto menu
)
type %REMOTE_LIST% >nul
if '%errorlevel%' neq '0' (
 echo Access denied %REMOTE_LIST%
 goto menu
)
set batchProcessing=true
echo Batch processing:   %REMOTE_LIST%   ...
ping -n 2 127.0.0.1 >nul
goto runOnce


:menu
if exist "%~dp0last.computer"  set /p LAST_COMPUTER=<"%~dp0last.computer"
if exist "%~dp0last.listing"   set /p LAST_LISTING=<"%~dp0last.listing"
if exist "%~dp0last.directory" set /p LAST_DIRECTORY=<"%~dp0last.directory"
if exist "%~dp0last.command"   set /p LAST_COMMAND=<"%~dp0last.command"
if exist "%~dp0last.timestamp" set /p LAST_TIMESTAMP=<"%~dp0last.timestamp"
echo.
echo.
echo                (1)  select target computer [default]
echo                (2)  select multiple computers
echo                     -----------------------------------
echo                     last target : %LAST_COMPUTER%
echo                     last listing: %LAST_LISTING%
echo                     last path   : %LAST_DIRECTORY%
echo                     last command: %LAST_COMMAND%
echo                     last run    : %LAST_TIMESTAMP%
echo                     -----------------------------------
echo                (0)  exit
echo.
echo ENTER your choice.
echo.
echo.
:mychoice
SET /P mychoice=(0, 1, ...): 
if NOT DEFINED mychoice  goto promptSingleTarget
if "%mychoice%"=="1"     goto promptSingleTarget
if "%mychoice%"=="2"     goto promptMultipleTargets
if "%mychoice%"=="0"     goto end
goto mychoice


:promptMultipleTargets
echo.
echo Please provide an input file
echo [one IP address or hostname per line]
SET /P REMOTE_LIST=Filename             : 
goto inputMultipleTargets


:promptSingleTarget
SET batchProcessing=
echo.
echo Please provide a hostname
SET /P REMOTE_COMPUTER=Target computer      : 
goto runOnce


:runOnce
cls
echo Note: Paths are mandatory for CMD-commands (e.g. dir,copy) to work!
echo       Paths are provided on the remote machine via PUSHD.
echo.
SET /P REMOTE_PATH=UNC-Path or folder : 
SET /P REMOTE_CMD=Command with params: 
SET REMOTE_TIMESTAMP=%DATE% %TIME:~0,8%
echo.
echo Remote command starting (%REMOTE_PATH%\%REMOTE_CMD%) on %REMOTE_TIMESTAMP%...
if not defined batchProcessing goto runOnceSingle


:runOnceMulti
REM do for each line; this circumvents PsExec's @file to have stdouts separately
SET REMOTE_LOG=%~dp0\log\%REMOTE_LIST%
if not exist %REMOTE_LOG% md %REMOTE_LOG%
for /F "tokens=*" %%A in (%REMOTE_LIST%) do (
 if "%REMOTE_PATH%" =="" START "" CMD.EXE /C ^(%~dp0PSEXEC -u %REMOTE_USER% -p %REMOTE_PASS% -h -accepteula \\%%A cmd /c "%REMOTE_CMD%" ^>"%REMOTE_LOG%\%%A.log" 2^>"%REMOTE_LOG%\%%A_debug.log" ^)
 if not "%REMOTE_PATH%" =="" START "" CMD.EXE /C ^(%~dp0PSEXEC -u %REMOTE_USER% -p %REMOTE_PASS% -h -accepteula \\%%A cmd /c "pushd %REMOTE_PATH% && %REMOTE_CMD% & popd" ^>"%REMOTE_LOG%\%%A.log" 2^>"%REMOTE_LOG%\%%A_debug.log" ^)
)
goto restart


:runOnceSingle
SET REMOTE_LOG=%~dp0\log
if not exist %REMOTE_LOG% md %REMOTE_LOG%
if "%REMOTE_PATH%" =="" %~dp0PSEXEC -u %REMOTE_USER% -p %REMOTE_PASS% -h -accepteula \\%REMOTE_COMPUTER% cmd /c "%REMOTE_CMD%" >"%REMOTE_LOG%\%REMOTE_COMPUTER%.log" 2>"%REMOTE_LOG%\%REMOTE_COMPUTER%_debug.log"
if not "%REMOTE_PATH%" =="" %~dp0PSEXEC -u %REMOTE_USER% -p %REMOTE_PASS% -h -accepteula \\%REMOTE_COMPUTER% cmd /c "pushd %REMOTE_PATH% && %REMOTE_CMD% & popd" >"%REMOTE_LOG%\%REMOTE_COMPUTER%.log" 2>"%REMOTE_LOG%\%REMOTE_COMPUTER%_debug.log"
goto restart


:restart
echo.
echo.
echo Batch completed. Finished with last errorlevel %errorlevel% .
echo All outputs have been saved to %~dp0log\%REMOTE_TIMESTAMP%\.
echo %REMOTE_PATH% >"%~dp0last.directory"
echo %REMOTE_CMD% >"%~dp0last.command"
echo %REMOTE_LIST% >"%~dp0last.listing"
echo %REMOTE_COMPUTER% >"%~dp0last.computer"
echo %REMOTE_TIMESTAMP% >"%~dp0last.timestamp"
SET REMOTE_PATH=
SET REMOTE_CMD=
SET REMOTE_LIST=
SET REMOTE_COMPUTER=
SET REMOTE_LOG=
SET REMOTE_TIMESTAMP=
ping -n 2 127.0.0.1 >nul
goto menu


:end
SET REMOTE_USER=
SET REMOTE_PASS=

How do I find which program is using port 80 in Windows?

Type in the command:

netstat -aon | findstr :80

It will show you all processes that use port 80. Notice the pid (process id) in the right column.

If you would like to free the port, go to Task Manager, sort by pid and close those processes.

-a displays all connections and listening ports.

-o displays the owning process ID associated with each connection.

-n displays addresses and port numbers in numerical form.

iterating quickly through list of tuples

The code can be cleaned up, but if you are using a list to store your tuples, any such lookup will be O(N).

If lookup speed is important, you should use a dict to store your tuples. The key should be the 0th element of your tuples, since that's what you're searching on. You can easily create a dict from your list:

my_dict = dict(my_list)

Then, (VALUE, my_dict[VALUE]) will give you your matching tuple (assuming VALUE exists).

Using sudo with Python script

I know it is always preferred not to hardcode the sudo password in the script. However, for some reason, if you have no permission to modify /etc/sudoers or change file owner, Pexpect is a feasible alternative.

Here is a Python function sudo_exec for your reference:

import platform, os, logging
import subprocess, pexpect

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

def sudo_exec(cmdline, passwd):
    osname = platform.system()
    if osname == 'Linux':
        prompt = r'\[sudo\] password for %s: ' % os.environ['USER']
    elif osname == 'Darwin':
        prompt = 'Password:'
    else:
        assert False, osname

    child = pexpect.spawn(cmdline)
    idx = child.expect([prompt, pexpect.EOF], 3)
    if idx == 0: # if prompted for the sudo password
        log.debug('sudo password was asked.')
        child.sendline(passwd)
        child.expect(pexpect.EOF)
return child.before

What is a CSRF token? What is its importance and how does it work?

The Cloud Under blog has a good explanation of CSRF tokens. (archived)

Imagine you had a website like a simplified Twitter, hosted on a.com. Signed in users can enter some text (a tweet) into a form that’s being sent to the server as a POST request and published when they hit the submit button. On the server the user is identified by a cookie containing their unique session ID, so your server knows who posted the Tweet.

The form could be as simple as that:

 <form action="http://a.com/tweet" method="POST">
   <input type="text" name="tweet">
   <input type="submit">
 </form> 

Now imagine, a bad guy copies and pastes this form to his malicious website, let’s say b.com. The form would still work. As long

as a user is signed in to your Twitter (i.e. they’ve got a valid session cookie for a.com), the POST request would be sent to http://a.com/tweet and processed as usual when the user clicks the submit button.

So far this is not a big issue as long as the user is made aware about what the form exactly does, but what if our bad guy tweaks the form like this:

 <form action="https://example.com/tweet" method="POST">
   <input type="hidden" name="tweet" value="Buy great products at http://b.com/#iambad">
   <input type="submit" value="Click to win!">
 </form> 

Now, if one of your users ends up on the bad guy’s website and hits the “Click to win!” button, the form is submitted to

your website, the user is correctly identified by the session ID in the cookie and the hidden Tweet gets published.

If our bad guy was even worse, he would make the innocent user submit this form as soon they open his web page using JavaScript, maybe even completely hidden away in an invisible iframe. This basically is cross-site request forgery.

A form can easily be submitted from everywhere to everywhere. Generally that’s a common feature, but there are many more cases where it’s important to only allow a form being submitted from the domain where it belongs to.

Things are even worse if your web application doesn’t distinguish between POST and GET requests (e.g. in PHP by using $_REQUEST instead of $_POST). Don’t do that! Data altering requests could be submitted as easy as <img src="http://a.com/tweet?tweet=This+is+really+bad">, embedded in a malicious website or even an email.

How do I make sure a form can only be submitted from my own website? This is where the CSRF token comes in. A CSRF token is a random, hard-to-guess string. On a page with a form you want to protect, the server would generate a random string, the CSRF token, add it to the form as a hidden field and also remember it somehow, either by storing it in the session or by setting a cookie containing the value. Now the form would look like this:

    <form action="https://example.com/tweet" method="POST">
      <input type="hidden" name="csrf-token" value="nc98P987bcpncYhoadjoiydc9ajDlcn">
      <input type="text" name="tweet">
      <input type="submit">
    </form> 

When the user submits the form, the server simply has to compare the value of the posted field csrf-token (the name doesn’t

matter) with the CSRF token remembered by the server. If both strings are equal, the server may continue to process the form. Otherwise the server should immediately stop processing the form and respond with an error.

Why does this work? There are several reasons why the bad guy from our example above is unable to obtain the CSRF token:

Copying the static source code from our page to a different website would be useless, because the value of the hidden field changes with each user. Without the bad guy’s website knowing the current user’s CSRF token your server would always reject the POST request.

Because the bad guy’s malicious page is loaded by your user’s browser from a different domain (b.com instead of a.com), the bad guy has no chance to code a JavaScript, that loads the content and therefore our user’s current CSRF token from your website. That is because web browsers don’t allow cross-domain AJAX requests by default.

The bad guy is also unable to access the cookie set by your server, because the domains wouldn’t match.

When should I protect against cross-site request forgery? If you can ensure that you don’t mix up GET, POST and other request methods as described above, a good start would be to protect all POST requests by default.

You don’t have to protect PUT and DELETE requests, because as explained above, a standard HTML form cannot be submitted by a browser using those methods.

JavaScript on the other hand can indeed make other types of requests, e.g. using jQuery’s $.ajax() function, but remember, for AJAX requests to work the domains must match (as long as you don’t explicitly configure your web server otherwise).

This means, often you do not even have to add a CSRF token to AJAX requests, even if they are POST requests, but you will have to make sure that you only bypass the CSRF check in your web application if the POST request is actually an AJAX request. You can do that by looking for the presence of a header like X-Requested-With, which AJAX requests usually include. You could also set another custom header and check for its presence on the server side. That’s safe, because a browser would not add custom headers to a regular HTML form submission (see above), so no chance for Mr Bad Guy to simulate this behaviour with a form.

If you’re in doubt about AJAX requests, because for some reason you cannot check for a header like X-Requested-With, simply pass the generated CSRF token to your JavaScript and add the token to the AJAX request. There are several ways of doing this; either add it to the payload just like a regular HTML form would, or add a custom header to the AJAX request. As long as your server knows where to look for it in an incoming request and is able to compare it to the original value it remembers from the session or cookie, you’re sorted.

How to put a jar in classpath in Eclipse?

Right click your project in eclipse, build path -> add external jars.

Real mouse position in canvas

Refer this question: The mouseEvent.offsetX I am getting is much larger than actual canvas size .I have given a function there which will exactly suit in your situation

How do I enable the column selection mode in Eclipse?

A different approach:

The vrapper plugin emulates vim inside the Eclipse editor. One of its features is visual block mode which works fine inside Eclipse.

It is by default mapped to Ctrl-V which interferes with the paste command in Eclipse. You can either remap the visual block mode to a different shortcut, or remap the paste command to a different key. I chose the latter: remapped the paste command to Ctrl-Shift-V to match my terminal's behavior.

rebase in progress. Cannot commit. How to proceed or stop (abort)?

Mine was an error that popped up from BitBucket. Ran git am --skip fixed it.

MySQl Error #1064

maybe you forgot to add ";" after this line of code:

`quantity` INT NOT NULL)

How to get input text length and validate user in javascript

JavaScript validation is not secure as anybody can change what your script does in the browser. Using it for enhancing the visual experience is ok though.

var textBox = document.getElementById("myTextBox");
var textLength = textBox.value.length;
if(textLength > 5)
{
    //red
    textBox.style.backgroundColor = "#FF0000";
}
else
{
    //green
    textBox.style.backgroundColor = "#00FF00";
}

How to overlay density plots in R?

use lines for the second one:

plot(density(MyData$Column1))
lines(density(MyData$Column2))

make sure the limits of the first plot are suitable, though.

unique() for more than one variable

There are a few ways to get all unique combinations of a set of factors.

with(df, interaction(yad, per, drop=TRUE))   # gives labels
with(df, yad:per)                            # ditto

aggregate(numeric(nrow(df)), df[c("yad", "per")], length)    # gives a data frame

MySQL Workbench - Connect to a Localhost

enter image description here

I think you want to config your database server firstly after the installation, as shown in picture, you can reconfigure MySql server

What's the difference between JavaScript and JScript?

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jscript

JScript is the Microsoft dialect of the ECMAScript scripting language specification.

JavaScript (the Netscape/Mozilla implementation of the ECMA specification), JScript, and ECMAScript are very similar languages. In fact the name "JavaScript" is often used to refer to ECMAScript or JScript.

Microsoft uses the name JScript for its implementation to avoid trademark issues (JavaScript is a trademark of Oracle Corporation).

"Warning: iPhone apps should include an armv6 architecture" even with build config set

If you uncheck "Build Active Architecture Only", then it will build all the valid architectures.

Update: This is no longer applicable as of Xcode 4 - follow Nick's instructions for Xcode 4 and later.

How to filter WooCommerce products by custom attribute

You can use the WooCommerce Layered Nav widget, which allows you to use different sets of attributes as filters for products. Here's the "official" description:

Shows a custom attribute in a widget which lets you narrow down the list of products when viewing product categories.

If you look into plugins/woocommerce/widgets/widget-layered_nav.php, you can see the way it operates with the attributes in order to set filters. The URL then looks like this:

http://yoursite.com/shop/?filtering=1&filter_min-kvadratura=181&filter_max-kvadratura=108&filter_obem-ohlajdane=111

... and the digits are actually the id-s of the different attribute values, that you want to set.

how get yesterday and tomorrow datetime in c#

You can find this info right in the API reference.

var today = DateTime.Today;
var tomorrow = today.AddDays(1);
var yesterday = today.AddDays(-1);

Javascript counting number of objects in object

The easiest way to do this, with excellent performance and compatibility with both old and new browsers, is to include either Lo-Dash or Underscore in your page.

Then you can use either _.size(object) or _.keys(object).length

For your obj.Data, you could test this with:

console.log( _.size(obj.Data) );

or:

console.log( _.keys(obj.Data).length );

Lo-Dash and Underscore are both excellent libraries; you would find either one very useful in your code. (They are rather similar to each other; Lo-Dash is a newer version with some advantanges.)

Alternatively, you could include this function in your code, which simply loops through the object's properties and counts them:

function ObjectLength( object ) {
    var length = 0;
    for( var key in object ) {
        if( object.hasOwnProperty(key) ) {
            ++length;
        }
    }
    return length;
};

You can test this with:

console.log( ObjectLength(obj.Data) );

That code is not as fast as it could be in modern browsers, though. For a version that's much faster in modern browsers and still works in old ones, you can use:

function ObjectLength_Modern( object ) {
    return Object.keys(object).length;
}

function ObjectLength_Legacy( object ) {
    var length = 0;
    for( var key in object ) {
        if( object.hasOwnProperty(key) ) {
            ++length;
        }
    }
    return length;
}

var ObjectLength =
    Object.keys ? ObjectLength_Modern : ObjectLength_Legacy;

and as before, test it with:

console.log( ObjectLength(obj.Data) );

This code uses Object.keys(object).length in modern browsers and falls back to counting in a loop for old browsers.

But if you're going to all this work, I would recommend using Lo-Dash or Underscore instead and get all the benefits those libraries offer.

I set up a jsPerf that compares the speed of these various approaches. Please run it in any browsers you have handy to add to the tests.

Thanks to Barmar for suggesting Object.keys for newer browsers in his answer.

How to choose multiple files using File Upload Control?

To add multiple files use below code

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head runat="server">
    <title></title>
    <style type="text/css">
    .fileUpload{
    width:255px;    
    font-size:11px;
    color:#000000;
    border:solid;
    border-width:1px;
    border-color:#7f9db9;    
    height:17px;
    }
    </style>
</head>
<body>
    <form id="form1" runat="server">
    <div>
    <div id="fileUploadarea"><asp:FileUpload ID="fuPuzzleImage" runat="server" CssClass="fileUpload" /><br /></div><br />
    <div><input style="display:block;" id="btnAddMoreFiles" type="button" value="Add more images" onclick="AddMoreImages();" /><br />
        <asp:Button ID="Button1" runat="server" onclick="Button1_Click" Text="Upload" />
        </div>
    </div>
    <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
        function AddMoreImages() {
            if (!document.getElementById && !document.createElement)
                return false;
            var fileUploadarea = document.getElementById("fileUploadarea");
            if (!fileUploadarea)
                return false;
            var newLine = document.createElement("br");
            fileUploadarea.appendChild(newLine);
            var newFile = document.createElement("input");
            newFile.type = "file";
            newFile.setAttribute("class", "fileUpload");

            if (!AddMoreImages.lastAssignedId)
                AddMoreImages.lastAssignedId = 100;
            newFile.setAttribute("id", "FileUpload" + AddMoreImages.lastAssignedId);
            newFile.setAttribute("name", "FileUpload" + AddMoreImages.lastAssignedId);
            var div = document.createElement("div");
            div.appendChild(newFile);
            div.setAttribute("id", "div" + AddMoreImages.lastAssignedId);
            fileUploadarea.appendChild(div);
            AddMoreImages.lastAssignedId++;
        }

    </script>
    </form>
</body>
</html>

Server side code:

try
{
    HttpFileCollection hfc = Request.Files;
    for (int i = 0; i < hfc.Count; i++)
    {
        HttpPostedFile hpf = hfc[i];
        if (hpf.ContentLength > 0)
        {                        
            hpf.SaveAs(Server.MapPath("~/uploads/") +System.IO.Path.GetFileName(hpf.FileName);                        
        }
    }
}
catch (Exception)
{
    throw;
}

Append a tuple to a list - what's the difference between two ways?

I believe tuple() takes a list as an argument For example,

tuple([1,2,3]) # returns (1,2,3)

see what happens if you wrap your array with brackets

Horizontal ListView in Android?

I had used horizontal listview link in my project & I got good results. I had been used devsmart library initially but it gave me some issues. So best way to use horizontal listview link as it recovered my issues & also I recently launched my app on Google PlayStore using this library & got nice response from users. So I recommend you to use the same library which I mentioned above to show listview horizontally. Enjoy :)

Syntax for an If statement using a boolean

You can change the value of a bool all you want. As for an if:

if randombool == True:

works, but you can also use:

if randombool:

If you want to test whether something is false you can use:

if randombool == False

but you can also use:

if not randombool:

Change Row background color based on cell value DataTable

I Used rowCallBack datatable property it is working fine. PFB :-

"rowCallback": function (row, data, index) {

                        if ((data[colmindx] == 'colm_value')) { 
                            $(row).addClass('OwnClassName');
                        }
                        else if ((data[colmindx] == 'colm_value')) {
                                $(row).addClass('OwnClassStyle');
                            }
                    }

Is it possible to have a multi-line comments in R?

You can, if you want, use standalone strings for multi-line comments — I've always thought that prettier than if (FALSE) { } blocks. The string will get evaluated and then discarded, so as long as it's not the last line in a function nothing will happen.

"This function takes a value x, and does things and returns things that
 take several lines to explain"
doEverythingOften <- function(x) {
     # Non! Comment it out! We'll just do it once for now.
     "if (x %in% 1:9) {
          doTenEverythings()
     }"
     doEverythingOnce()
     ...
     return(list(
         everythingDone = TRUE, 
         howOftenDone = 1
     ))
}

The main limitation is that when you're commenting stuff out, you've got to watch your quotation marks: if you've got one kind inside, you'll have to use the other kind for the comment; and if you've got something like "strings with 'postrophes" inside that block, then there's no way this method is a good idea. But then there's still the if (FALSE) block.

The other limitation, one that both methods have, is that you can only use such blocks in places where an expression would be syntactically valid - no commenting out parts of lists, say.

Regarding what do in which IDE: I'm a Vim user, and I find NERD Commenter an utterly excellent tool for quickly commenting or uncommenting multiple lines. Very user-friendly, very well-documented.

Lastly, at the R prompt (at least under Linux), there's the lovely Alt-Shift-# to comment the current line. Very nice to put a line 'on hold', if you're working on a one-liner and then realise you need a prep step first.

What is the first character in the sort order used by Windows Explorer?

The first visible character is '!' according to ASCII table.And the last one is '~' So "!file.doc" or "~file.doc' will be the top one depending your ranking order. You can check the ascii table here: http://www.asciitable.com/

Edit: This answer is based on the opinion of the author and not facts.

How do you delete a column by name in data.table?

I simply do it in the data frame kind of way:

DT$col = NULL

Works fast and as far as I could see doesn't cause any problems.

UPDATE: not the best method if your DT is very large, as using the $<- operator will lead to object copying. So better use:

DT[, col:=NULL]

React-router urls don't work when refreshing or writing manually

Adding more information to Joshua Dyck's answer.

If you are using Firebase and want to use both the root route and a sub-directory route you need to add the following code in your firebase.json:

{
  "hosting": {
    "rewrites": [
      {
        "source": "*",
        "destination": "/index.html"
      },
      {
        "source": "/subdirectory/**",
        "destination": "/subdirectory/index.html"
      }
    ]
  }
}

Example:

You are building a website for a client. You want the owner of the website to add information in https://your.domain.com/management while the users of the website will navigate to https://your.domain.com.

In this case your firebase.json file will look like that:

{
  "hosting": {
    "rewrites": [
      {
        "source": "*",
        "destination": "/index.html"
      },
      {
        "source": "/management/**",
        "destination": "/management/index.html"
      }
    ]
  }
}

How to assign text size in sp value using java code

From Api level 1, you can use the public void setTextSize (float size) method.

From the documentation:

Set the default text size to the given value, interpreted as "scaled pixel" units. This size is adjusted based on the current density and user font size preference.

Parameters: size -> float: The scaled pixel size.

So you can simple do:

textView.setTextSize(12); // your size in sp

Converting year and month ("yyyy-mm" format) to a date?

You could also achieve this with the parse_date_time or fast_strptime functions from the lubridate-package:

> parse_date_time(dates1, "ym")
[1] "2009-01-01 UTC" "2009-02-01 UTC" "2009-03-01 UTC"

> fast_strptime(dates1, "%Y-%m")
[1] "2009-01-01 UTC" "2009-02-01 UTC" "2009-03-01 UTC"

The difference between those two is that parse_date_time allows for lubridate-style format specification, while fast_strptime requires the same format specification as strptime.

For specifying the timezone, you can use the tz-parameter:

> parse_date_time(dates1, "ym", tz = "CET")
[1] "2009-01-01 CET" "2009-02-01 CET" "2009-03-01 CET"

When you have irregularities in your date-time data, you can use the truncated-parameter to specify how many irregularities are allowed:

> parse_date_time(dates2, "ymdHMS", truncated = 3)
[1] "2012-06-01 12:23:00 UTC" "2012-06-01 12:00:00 UTC" "2012-06-01 00:00:00 UTC"

Used data:

dates1 <- c("2009-01","2009-02","2009-03")
dates2 <- c("2012-06-01 12:23","2012-06-01 12",'2012-06-01")

subquery in FROM must have an alias

add an ALIAS on the subquery,

SELECT  COUNT(made_only_recharge) AS made_only_recharge
FROM    
    (
        SELECT DISTINCT (identifiant) AS made_only_recharge
        FROM cdr_data
        WHERE CALLEDNUMBER = '0130'
        EXCEPT
        SELECT DISTINCT (identifiant) AS made_only_recharge
        FROM cdr_data
        WHERE CALLEDNUMBER != '0130'
    ) AS derivedTable                           -- <<== HERE

How to insert a character in a string at a certain position?

String.format("%0d.%02d", d / 100, d % 100);

Evenly space multiple views within a container view

Another approach might be to have the top and bottom labels have constraints relative to the view top and bottom, respectively, and have the middle view have top and bottom constraints relative to the first and third view, respectively.

Note that you have more control over constraints than it might seem by dragging views close to one another until guiding dashed lines appear - these indicate constraints between the two objects that will be formed instead of between the object and the superview.

In this case you would then want to alter the constraints to be "Greater than or equal to" the desired value, instead of "equal to" to allow them to resize. Not sure if this will do exactly what you want.

How can I convert a zero-terminated byte array to string?

For example,

package main

import "fmt"

func CToGoString(c []byte) string {
    n := -1
    for i, b := range c {
        if b == 0 {
            break
        }
        n = i
    }
    return string(c[:n+1])
}

func main() {
    c := [100]byte{'a', 'b', 'c'}
    fmt.Println("C: ", len(c), c[:4])
    g := CToGoString(c[:])
    fmt.Println("Go:", len(g), g)
}

Output:

C:  100 [97 98 99 0]
Go: 3 abc

Change selected value of kendo ui dropdownlist

You have to use Kendo UI DropDownList select method (documentation in here).

Basically you should:

// get a reference to the dropdown list
var dropdownlist = $("#Instrument").data("kendoDropDownList");

If you know the index you can use:

// selects by index
dropdownlist.select(1);

If not, use:

// selects item if its text is equal to "test" using predicate function
dropdownlist.select(function(dataItem) {
    return dataItem.symbol === "test";
});

JSFiddle example here

SQL Server 2012 can't start because of a login failure

Short answer:
install Remote Server Administration tools on your SQL Server (it's an optional feature of Windows Server), reboot, then run SQL Server configuration manager, access the service settings for each of the services whose logon account starts with "NT Service...", clear out the password fields and restart the service. Under the covers, SQL Server Config manager will assign these virtual accounts the Log On as a Service right, and you'll be on your way.

tl;dr;

There is a catch-22 between default settings for a windows domain and default install of SQL Server 2012.

As mentioned above, default Windows domain setup will indeed prevent you from defining the "log on as a service" right via Group Policy Edit at the local machine (via GUI at least; if you install Powershell ActiveDirectory module (via Remote Server Administration tools download) you can do it by scripting.

And, by default, SQL Server 2012 setup runs services in "virtual accounts" (NT Service\ prefix, e.g, NT Service\MSSQLServer. These are like local machine accounts, not domain accounts, but you still can't assign them log on as service rights if your server is joined to a domain. SQL Server setup attempts to assign the right at install, and the SQL Server Config Management tool likewise attempts to assign the right when you change logon account.

And the beautiful catch-22 is this: SQL Server tools depend on (some component of) RSAT to assign the logon as service right. If you don't happen to have RSAT installed on your member server, SQL Server Config Manager fails silently trying to apply the setting (despite all the gaudy pre-installation verification it runs) and you end up with services that won't start.

The one hint of this requirement that I was able to find in the blizzard of SQL Server and Virtual Account doc was this: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143504.aspx#New_Accounts, search for RSAT.

How to know elastic search installed version from kibana?

To check Version of Your Running Kibana,Try this:

Step1. Start your Kibana Service.

Step2. Open Browser and Type below line,

    localhost:5601

Step3. Go to settings->About

  You can See Version of Your Running kibana.

How to use ESLint with Jest

Add environment only for __tests__ folder

You could add a .eslintrc.yml file in your __tests__ folders, that extends you basic configuration:

extends: <relative_path to .eslintrc>
env:
    jest: true

If you have only one __tests__folder, this solution is the best since it scope jest environment only where it is needed.

Dealing with many test folders

If you have more test folders (OPs case), I'd still suggest to add those files. And if you have tons of those folders can add them with a simple zsh script:

#!/usr/bin/env zsh

for folder in **/__tests__/ ;do
    count=$(($(tr -cd '/' <<< $folder | wc -c)))
    echo $folder : $count
    cat <<EOF > $folder.eslintrc.yml
extends: $(printf '../%.0s' {1..$count}).eslintrc
env:
    jest: true
EOF
done

This script will look for __tests__ folders and add a .eslintrc.yml file with to configuration shown above. This script has to be launched within the folder containing your parent .eslintrc.

CSS text-overflow: ellipsis; not working?

I have been having this problem and I wanted a solution that could easily work with dynamic widths. The solution use css grid. This is how the code looks like:

// css 
.parent{
      display: grid; 
      grid-template-columns: auto 1fr;
}      
.dynamic-width-child{
      white-space: nowrap;
      text-overflow: ellipsis;
      overflow: hidden;
}
.fixed-width-child{
      white-space: nowrap;
}

.

// html
<div class="parent">
  <div class="dynamic-width-child">
    iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii asdfhlhlafh;lshd;flhsd;lhfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
  </div>
  <div class="fixed-width-child">Why?-Zed</div>

Found shared references to a collection org.hibernate.HibernateException

I have experienced a great example of reproducing such a problem. Maybe my experience will help someone one day.

Short version

Check that your @Embedded Id of container has no possible collisions.

Long version

When Hibernate instantiates collection wrapper, it searches for already instantiated collection by CollectionKey in internal Map.

For Entity with @Embedded id, CollectionKey wraps EmbeddedComponentType and uses @Embedded Id properties for equality checks and hashCode calculation.

So if you have two entities with equal @Embedded Ids, Hibernate will instantiate and put new collection by the first key and will find same collection for the second key. So two entities with same @Embedded Id will be populated with same collection.

Example

Suppose you have Account entity which has lazy set of loans. And Account has @Embedded Id consists of several parts(columns).

@Entity
@Table(schema = "SOME", name = "ACCOUNT")
public class Account {
    @OneToMany(fetch = FetchType.LAZY, mappedBy = "account")
    private Set<Loan> loans;

    @Embedded
    private AccountId accountId;

    ...
}

@Embeddable
public class AccountId {
    @Column(name = "X")
    private Long x;
    
    @Column(name = "BRANCH")
    private String branchId;
    
    @Column(name = "Z")
    private String z;

    ...
}

Then suppose that Account has additional property mapped by @Embedded Id but has relation to other entity Branch.

@ManyToOne(fetch = FetchType.EAGER)
@JoinColumn(name = "BRANCH")
@MapsId("accountId.branchId")
@NotFound(action = NotFoundAction.IGNORE)//Look at this!
private Branch branch;

It could happen that you have no FK for Account to Brunch relation id DB so Account.BRANCH column can have any value not presented in Branch table.

According to @NotFound(action = NotFoundAction.IGNORE) if value is not present in related table, Hibernate will load null value for the property.

If X and Y columns of two Accounts are same(which is fine), but BRANCH is different and not presented in Branch table, hibernate will load null for both and Embedded Ids will be equal.

So two CollectionKey objects will be equal and will have same hashCode for different Accounts.

result = {CollectionKey@34809} "CollectionKey[Account.loans#Account@43deab74]"
 role = "Account.loans"
 key = {Account@26451} 
 keyType = {EmbeddedComponentType@21355} 
 factory = {SessionFactoryImpl@21356} 
 hashCode = 1187125168
 entityMode = {EntityMode@17415} "pojo"

result = {CollectionKey@35653} "CollectionKey[Account.loans#Account@33470aa]"
 role = "Account.loans"
 key = {Account@35225} 
 keyType = {EmbeddedComponentType@21355} 
 factory = {SessionFactoryImpl@21356} 
 hashCode = 1187125168
 entityMode = {EntityMode@17415} "pojo"

Because of this, Hibernate will load same PesistentSet for two entities.

Does HTTP use UDP?

Typically, no.

Streaming is seldom used over HTTP itself, and HTTP is seldom run over UDP. See, however, RTP.

For something as your example (in the comment), you're not showing a protocol for the resource. If that protocol were to be HTTP, then I wouldn't call the access "streaming"; even if it in some sense of the word is since it's sending a (possibly large) resource serially over a network. Typically, the resource will be saved to local disk before being played back, so the network transfer is not what's usually meant by "streaming".

As commenters have pointed out, though, it's certainly possible to really stream over HTTP, and that's done by some.

Install specific version using laravel installer

You can use composer method like

composer create-project laravel/laravel blog "5.1"

Or here is the composer file

{
    "name": "laravel/laravel",
    "description": "The Laravel Framework.",
    "keywords": ["framework", "laravel"],
    "license": "MIT",
    "type": "project",
    "require": {
        "php": ">=5.5.9",
        "laravel/framework": "5.1.*"
    },
    "require-dev": {
        "fzaninotto/faker": "~1.4",
        "mockery/mockery": "0.9.*",
        "phpunit/phpunit": "~4.0",
        "phpspec/phpspec": "~2.1"
    },
    "autoload": {
        "classmap": [
            "database"
        ],
        "psr-4": {
            "App\\": "app/"
        }
    },
    "autoload-dev": {
        "classmap": [
            "tests/TestCase.php"
        ]
    },
    "scripts": {
        "post-install-cmd": [
            "php artisan clear-compiled",
            "php artisan optimize"
        ],
        "pre-update-cmd": [
            "php artisan clear-compiled"
        ],
        "post-update-cmd": [
            "php artisan optimize"
        ],
        "post-root-package-install": [
            "php -r \"copy('.env.example', '.env');\""
        ],
        "post-create-project-cmd": [
            "php artisan key:generate"
        ]
    },
    "config": {
        "preferred-install": "dist"
    }
}

How can I make git show a list of the files that are being tracked?

If you want to list all the files currently being tracked under the branch master, you could use this command:

git ls-tree -r master --name-only

If you want a list of files that ever existed (i.e. including deleted files):

git log --pretty=format: --name-only --diff-filter=A | sort - | sed '/^$/d'

how to convert binary string to decimal?

Another implementation just for functional JS practicing could be

_x000D_
_x000D_
var bin2int = s => Array.prototype.reduce.call(s, (p,c) => p*2 + +c)_x000D_
console.log(bin2int("101010"));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_ where +c coerces String type c to a Number type value for proper addition.

Why are Python lambdas useful?

Lambdas are actually very powerful constructs that stem from ideas in functional programming, and it is something that by no means will be easily revised, redefined or removed in the near future of Python. They help you write code that is more powerful as it allows you to pass functions as parameters, thus the idea of functions as first-class citizens.

Lambdas do tend to get confusing, but once a solid understanding is obtained, you can write clean elegant code like this:

squared = map(lambda x: x*x, [1, 2, 3, 4, 5])

The above line of code returns a list of the squares of the numbers in the list. Ofcourse, you could also do it like:

def square(x):
    return x*x

squared = map(square, [1, 2, 3, 4, 5])

It is obvious the former code is shorter, and this is especially true if you intend to use the map function (or any similar function that takes a function as a parameter) in only one place. This also makes the code more intuitive and elegant.

Also, as @David Zaslavsky mentioned in his answer, list comprehensions are not always the way to go especially if your list has to get values from some obscure mathematical way.

From a more practical standpoint, one of the biggest advantages of lambdas for me recently has been in GUI and event-driven programming. If you take a look at callbacks in Tkinter, all they take as arguments are the event that triggered them. E.g.

def define_bindings(widget):
    widget.bind("<Button-1>", do-something-cool)

def do-something-cool(event):
    #Your code to execute on the event trigger

Now what if you had some arguments to pass? Something as simple as passing 2 arguments to store the coordinates of a mouse-click. You can easily do it like this:

def main():
    # define widgets and other imp stuff
    x, y = None, None
    widget.bind("<Button-1>", lambda event: do-something-cool(x, y))

def do-something-cool(event, x, y):
    x = event.x
    y = event.y
    #Do other cool stuff

Now you can argue that this can be done using global variables, but do you really want to bang your head worrying about memory management and leakage especially if the global variable will just be used in one particular place? That would be just poor programming style.

In short, lambdas are awesome and should never be underestimated. Python lambdas are not the same as LISP lambdas though (which are more powerful), but you can really do a lot of magical stuff with them.

Why does pycharm propose to change method to static

This error message just helped me a bunch, as I hadn't realized that I'd accidentally written my function using my testing example player

my_player.attributes[item] 

instead of the correct way

self.attributes[item]

Warning: comparison with string literals results in unspecified behaviour

There is a distinction between 'a' and "a":

  • 'a' means the value of the character a.
  • "a" means the address of the memory location where the string "a" is stored (which will generally be in the data section of your program's memory space). At that memory location, you will have two bytes -- the character 'a' and the null terminator for the string.

Get column index from column name in python pandas

DSM's solution works, but if you wanted a direct equivalent to which you could do (df.columns == name).nonzero()

How do I import CSV file into a MySQL table?

phpMyAdmin can handle CSV import. Here are the steps:

  1. Prepare the CSV file to have the fields in the same order as the MySQL table fields.

  2. Remove the header row from the CSV (if any), so that only the data is in the file.

  3. Go to the phpMyAdmin interface.

  4. Select the table in the left menu.

  5. Click the import button at the top.

  6. Browse to the CSV file.

  7. Select the option "CSV using LOAD DATA".

  8. Enter "," in the "fields terminated by".

  9. Enter the column names in the same order as they are in the database table.

  10. Click the go button and you are done.

This is a note that I prepared for my future use, and sharing here if someone else can benefit.

How do I update the element at a certain position in an ArrayList?

Let arrList be the ArrayList and newValue the new String, then just do:

arrList.set(5, newValue);

This can be found in the java api reference here.

Check if Cell value exists in Column, and then get the value of the NEXT Cell

Use a different function, like VLOOKUP:

=IF(ISERROR(MATCH(A1,B:B, 0)), "No Match", VLOOKUP(A1,B:C,2,FALSE))

org.hibernate.StaleStateException: Batch update returned unexpected row count from update [0]; actual row count: 0; expected: 1

what i have experienced is that this exception raise when updating object have an id which not exist in table. if you read exception message it says "Batch update returned unexpected row count from update [0]; actual row count: 0; expected: 1" which means it was unable to found record with your given id.

To avoid this i always read record with same id if i found record back then i call update otherwise throw "exception record not found".

How to remove "href" with Jquery?

If you wanted to remove the href, change the cursor and also prevent clicking on it, this should work:

$("a").attr('href', '').css({'cursor': 'pointer', 'pointer-events' : 'none'});

How to count lines in a document?

I've been using this:

cat myfile.txt | wc -l

I prefer it over the accepted answer because it does not print the filename, and you don't have to use awk to fix that. Accepted answer:

wc -l myfile.txt

But I think the best one is GGB667's answer:

wc -l < myfile.txt

I will probably be using that from now on. It's slightly shorter than my way. I am putting up my old way of doing it in case anyone prefers it. The output is the same with those two methods.

How can I execute a python script from an html button?

Best way is to Use a Python Web Frame Work you can choose Django/Flask. I will suggest you to Use Django because it's more powerful. Here is Step by guide to get complete your task :

pip install django
django-admin createproject buttonpython

then you have to create a file name views.py in buttonpython directory.

write below code in views.py:

from django.http import HttpResponse

def sample(request):
    #your python script code
    output=code output
    return HttpResponse(output)

Once done navigate to urls.py and add this stanza

from . import views

path('', include('blog.urls')),

Now go to parent directory and execute manage.py

python manage.py runserver 127.0.0.1:8001

Step by Step Guide in Detail: Run Python script on clicking HTML button

How can I remove specific rules from iptables?

You can also use the following syntax

 iptables -D <chain name> <rule number>

For example

Chain HTTPS 
    target     prot opt source               destination
    ACCEPT     all  --  anywhere             anywhere
    ACCEPT     all  --  10.0.0.0/8           anywhere
    ACCEPT     all  --  182.162.0.0/16       anywhere

To delete the rule

ACCEPT all -- 10.0.0.0/8 anywhere

iptables -D HTTPS 2

How to implement __iter__(self) for a container object (Python)

The "iterable interface" in python consists of two methods __next__() and __iter__(). The __next__ function is the most important, as it defines the iterator behavior - that is, the function determines what value should be returned next. The __iter__() method is used to reset the starting point of the iteration. Often, you will find that __iter__() can just return self when __init__() is used to set the starting point.

See the following code for defining a Class Reverse which implements the "iterable interface" and defines an iterator over any instance from any sequence class. The __next__() method starts at the end of the sequence and returns values in reverse order of the sequence. Note that instances from a class implementing the "sequence interface" must define a __len__() and a __getitem__() method.

class Reverse:
    """Iterator for looping over a sequence backwards."""
    def __init__(self, seq):
        self.data = seq
        self.index = len(seq)

    def __iter__(self):
        return self

    def __next__(self):
        if self.index == 0:
            raise StopIteration
        self.index = self.index - 1
        return self.data[self.index]

>>> rev = Reverse('spam')
>>> next(rev)   # note no need to call iter()
'm'
>>> nums = Reverse(range(1,10))
>>> next(nums)
9

How do I remove time part from JavaScript date?

This is probably the easiest way:

new Date(<your-date-object>.toDateString());

Example: To get the Current Date without time component:

new Date(new Date().toDateString());

gives: Thu Jul 11 2019 00:00:00 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)

Note this works universally, because toDateString() produces date string with your browser's localization (without the time component), and the new Date() uses the same localization to parse that date string.

Laravel 5 Eloquent where and or in Clauses

You can try to use the following code instead:

 $pro= model_name::where('col_name', '=', 'value')->get();

How to remove non UTF-8 characters from text file

Your method must read byte by byte and fully understand and appreciate the byte wise construction of characters. The simplest method is to use an editor which will read anything but only output UTF-8 characters. Textpad is one choice.

Node package ( Grunt ) installed but not available

On WIN7 I had to manually add the path to the npm folder (which contains the elusive 'grunt' file) to the Windows PATH environmental variable.
In my case that was C:\Users\mhaagsma\AppData\Roaming\npm

Android Studio doesn't see device

not sure if this question is still open. But I solved the issue by switching to a different usb cable. hopefully, this can save you a couple hours. lol

Calling a function of a module by using its name (a string)

This is a simple answer, this will allow you to clear the screen for example. There are two examples below, with eval and exec, that will print 0 at the top after cleaning (if you're using Windows, change clear to cls, Linux and Mac users leave as is for example) or just execute it, respectively.

eval("os.system(\"clear\")")
exec("os.system(\"clear\")")

What to do on TransactionTooLargeException

With so many places where TransactionTooLargeException can happen-- here's one more new to Android 8--a crash when someone merely starts to type into an EditText if the content is too big.

It's related to the AutoFillManager (new in API 26) and the following code in StartSessionLocked():

    mSessionId = mService.startSession(mContext.getActivityToken(),
            mServiceClient.asBinder(), id, bounds, value, mContext.getUserId(),
            mCallback != null, flags, mContext.getOpPackageName());

If I understand correctly, this calls the autofill service-- passing the AutofillManagerClient within the binder. And when the EditText has a lot of content, it seems to cause the TTLE.

A few things may mitigate it (or did as I was testing anyway): Add android:importantForAutofill="noExcludeDescendants" in the EditText's xml layout declaration. Or in code:

EditText et = myView.findViewById(R.id.scriptEditTextView);
if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.O) {
    et.setImportantForAutofill(View.IMPORTANT_FOR_AUTOFILL_NO_EXCLUDE_DESCENDANTS);
}

A 2nd awful, terrible workaround might also be to override the performClick() and onWindowFocusChanged() methods to catch the error in a TextEdit subclass itself. But I don't think that's wise really...

Before and After Suite execution hook in jUnit 4.x

Since maven-surefire-plugin does not run Suite class first but treats suite and test classes same, so we can configure plugin as below to enable only suite classes and disable all the tests. Suite will run all the tests.

        <plugin>
            <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
            <artifactId>maven-surefire-plugin</artifactId>
            <version>2.5</version>
            <configuration>
                <includes>
                    <include>**/*Suite.java</include>
                </includes>
                <excludes>
                    <exclude>**/*Test.java</exclude>
                    <exclude>**/*Tests.java</exclude>
                </excludes>
            </configuration>
        </plugin>

Notepad++: Multiple words search in a file (may be in different lines)?

<shameless-plug>

Search+ is a notepad++ plugin that does exactly this. You can download it from here and install it following the steps mentioned here

Feel free to post any issues/suggestions here.

</shameless-plug>

Regex to check whether a string contains only numbers

var validation = {
    isEmailAddress:function(str) {
        var pattern =/^\w+([\.-]?\w+)*@\w+([\.-]?\w+)*(\.\w{2,3})+$/;
        return pattern.test(str);  // returns a boolean
    },
    isNotEmpty:function (str) {
        var pattern =/\S+/;
        return pattern.test(str);  // returns a boolean
    },
    isNumber:function(str) {
        var pattern = /^\d+$/;
        return pattern.test(str);  // returns a boolean
    },
    isSame:function(str1,str2){
        return str1 === str2;
    }
};   

alert(validation.isNotEmpty("dff"));
alert(validation.isNumber(44));
alert(validation.isEmailAddress("[email protected]"));
alert(validation.isSame("sf","sf"));

How to load a resource bundle from a file resource in Java?

From the JavaDocs for ResourceBundle.getBundle(String baseName):

baseName - the base name of the resource bundle, a fully qualified class name

What this means in plain English is that the resource bundle must be on the classpath and that baseName should be the package containing the bundle plus the bundle name, mybundle in your case.

Leave off the extension and any locale that forms part of the bundle name, the JVM will sort that for you according to default locale - see the docs on java.util.ResourceBundle for more info.

syntax error when using command line in python

I faced a similar problem, on my Windows computer, please do check that you have set the Environment Variables correctly.

To check that Environment variable is set correctly:

  1. Open cmd.exe

  2. Type Python and press return

  3. (a) If it outputs the version of python then the environment variables are set correctly.

    (b) If it outputs "no such program or file name" then your environment variable are not set correctly.

To set environment variable:

  1. goto Computer-> System Properties-> Advanced System Settings -> Set Environment Variables
  2. Goto path in the system variables; append ;C:\Python27 in the end.

If you have correct variables already set; then you are calling the file inside the python interpreter.

How to ignore ansible SSH authenticity checking?

I found the answer, you need to set the environment variable ANSIBLE_HOST_KEY_CHECKING to False. For example:

ANSIBLE_HOST_KEY_CHECKING=False ansible-playbook ...

Refresh a page using JavaScript or HTML

window.location.reload(); in JavaScript

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1"> in HTML (where 1 = 1 second).

Turn a simple socket into an SSL socket

There are several steps when using OpenSSL. You must have an SSL certificate made which can contain the certificate with the private key be sure to specify the exact location of the certificate (this example has it in the root). There are a lot of good tutorials out there.

Some includes:

#include <openssl/applink.c>
#include <openssl/bio.h>
#include <openssl/ssl.h>
#include <openssl/err.h>

You will need to initialize OpenSSL:

void InitializeSSL()
{
    SSL_load_error_strings();
    SSL_library_init();
    OpenSSL_add_all_algorithms();
}

void DestroySSL()
{
    ERR_free_strings();
    EVP_cleanup();
}

void ShutdownSSL()
{
    SSL_shutdown(cSSL);
    SSL_free(cSSL);
}

Now for the bulk of the functionality. You may want to add a while loop on connections.

int sockfd, newsockfd;
SSL_CTX *sslctx;
SSL *cSSL;

InitializeSSL();
sockfd = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0);
if (sockfd< 0)
{
    //Log and Error
    return;
}
struct sockaddr_in saiServerAddress;
bzero((char *) &saiServerAddress, sizeof(saiServerAddress));
saiServerAddress.sin_family = AF_INET;
saiServerAddress.sin_addr.s_addr = serv_addr;
saiServerAddress.sin_port = htons(aPortNumber);

bind(sockfd, (struct sockaddr *) &serv_addr, sizeof(serv_addr));

listen(sockfd,5);
newsockfd = accept(sockfd, (struct sockaddr *) &cli_addr, &clilen);

sslctx = SSL_CTX_new( SSLv23_server_method());
SSL_CTX_set_options(sslctx, SSL_OP_SINGLE_DH_USE);
int use_cert = SSL_CTX_use_certificate_file(sslctx, "/serverCertificate.pem" , SSL_FILETYPE_PEM);

int use_prv = SSL_CTX_use_PrivateKey_file(sslctx, "/serverCertificate.pem", SSL_FILETYPE_PEM);

cSSL = SSL_new(sslctx);
SSL_set_fd(cSSL, newsockfd );
//Here is the SSL Accept portion.  Now all reads and writes must use SSL
ssl_err = SSL_accept(cSSL);
if(ssl_err <= 0)
{
    //Error occurred, log and close down ssl
    ShutdownSSL();
}

You are then able read or write using:

SSL_read(cSSL, (char *)charBuffer, nBytesToRead);
SSL_write(cSSL, "Hi :3\n", 6);

Update The SSL_CTX_new should be called with the TLS method that best fits your needs in order to support the newer versions of security, instead of SSLv23_server_method(). See: OpenSSL SSL_CTX_new description

TLS_method(), TLS_server_method(), TLS_client_method(). These are the general-purpose version-flexible SSL/TLS methods. The actual protocol version used will be negotiated to the highest version mutually supported by the client and the server. The supported protocols are SSLv3, TLSv1, TLSv1.1, TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.3.

How to prevent "The play() request was interrupted by a call to pause()" error?

Maybe a better solution for this as I figured out. Spec says as cited from @JohnnyCoder :

media.pause()

Sets the paused attribute to true, loading the media resource if necessary.

--> loading it

if (videoEl.readyState !== 4) {
    videoEl.load();
}
videoEl.play();

indicates the readiness state of the media HAVE_ENOUGH_DATA = 4

Basically only load the video if it is not already loaded. Mentioned error occurred for me, because video was not loaded. Maybe better than using a timeout.

Test or check if sheet exists

Public Function WorkSheetExists(ByVal strName As String) As Boolean
   On Error Resume Next
   WorkSheetExists = Not Worksheets(strName) Is Nothing
End Function

sub test_sheet()

 If Not WorkSheetExists("SheetName") Then
 MsgBox "Not available"
Else MsgBox "Available"
End If

End Sub

Right Align button in horizontal LinearLayout

You can use RelativeLayout or set gravity="right" on the parent layout of your Button.

onCreateOptionsMenu inside Fragments

I tried the @Alexander Farber and @Sino Raj answers. Both answers are nice, but I couldn't use the onCreateOptionsMenu inside my fragment, until I discover what was missing:

Add setSupportActionBar(toolbar) in my Activity, like this:

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.id.activity_main);

    Toolbar toolbar = (Toolbar) findViewById(R.id.toolbar);
    setSupportActionBar(toolbar);
}

I hope this answer can be helpful for someone with the same problem.

Fitting iframe inside a div

Would this CSS fix it?

iframe {
    display:block;
    width:100%;
}

From this example: http://jsfiddle.net/HNyJS/2/show/

Android SDK location

press WIN+R and from the run dialog run dialog Execute the following: **%appdata%..\Local\Android**

You should now be presented with Folder Explorer displaying the parent directory of the SDK.

How can I convert string to datetime with format specification in JavaScript?

No sophisticated date/time formatting routines exist in JavaScript.

You will have to use an external library for formatted date output, "JavaScript Date Format" from Flagrant Badassery looks very promising.

For the input conversion, several suggestions have been made already. :)

Connect to mysql in a docker container from the host

For conversion,you can create ~/.my.cnf file in host:

[Mysql]
user=root
password=yourpass
host=127.0.0.1
port=3306

Then next time just run mysql for mysql client to open connection.

CSS horizontal scroll

You can use display:inline-block with white-space:nowrap. Write like this:

.scrolls {
    overflow-x: scroll;
    overflow-y: hidden;
    height: 80px;
    white-space:nowrap
}
.imageDiv img {
    box-shadow: 1px 1px 10px #999;
    margin: 2px;
    max-height: 50px;
    cursor: pointer;
    display:inline-block;
    *display:inline;/* For IE7*/
    *zoom:1;/* For IE7*/
    vertical-align:top;
 }

Check this http://jsfiddle.net/YbrX3/

Setting Elastic search limit to "unlimited"

use the scan method e.g.

 curl -XGET 'localhost:9200/_search?search_type=scan&scroll=10m&size=50' -d '
 {
    "query" : {
       "match_all" : {}
     }
 }

see here

Why is there still a row limit in Microsoft Excel?

Probably because of optimizations. Excel 2007 can have a maximum of 16 384 columns and 1 048 576 rows. Strange numbers?

14 bits = 16 384, 20 bits = 1 048 576

14 + 20 = 34 bits = more than one 32 bit register can hold.

But they also need to store the format of the cell (text, number etc) and formatting (colors, borders etc). Assuming they use two 32-bit words (64 bit) they use 34 bits for the cell number and have 30 bits for other things.

Why is that important? In memory they don't need to allocate all the memory needed for the whole spreadsheet but only the memory necessary for your data, and every data is tagged with in what cell it is supposed to be in.

Update 2016:

Found a link to Microsoft's specification for Excel 2013 & 2016

  • Open workbooks: Limited by available memory and system resources
  • Worksheet size: 1,048,576 rows (20 bits) by 16,384 columns (14 bits)
  • Column width: 255 characters (8 bits)
  • Row height: 409 points
  • Page breaks: 1,026 horizontal and vertical (unexpected number, probably wrong, 10 bits is 1024)
  • Total number of characters that a cell can contain: 32,767 characters (signed 16 bits)
  • Characters in a header or footer: 255 (8 bits)
  • Sheets in a workbook: Limited by available memory (default is 1 sheet)
  • Colors in a workbook: 16 million colors (32 bit with full access to 24 bit color spectrum)
  • Named views in a workbook: Limited by available memory
  • Unique cell formats/cell styles: 64,000 (16 bits = 65536)
  • Fill styles: 256 (8 bits)
  • Line weight and styles: 256 (8 bits)
  • Unique font types: 1,024 (10 bits) global fonts available for use; 512 per workbook
  • Number formats in a workbook: Between 200 and 250, depending on the language version of Excel that you have installed
  • Names in a workbook: Limited by available memory
  • Windows in a workbook: Limited by available memory
  • Hyperlinks in a worksheet: 66,530 hyperlinks (unexpected number, probably wrong. 16 bits = 65536)
  • Panes in a window: 4
  • Linked sheets: Limited by available memory
  • Scenarios: Limited by available memory; a summary report shows only the first 251 scenarios
  • Changing cells in a scenario: 32
  • Adjustable cells in Solver: 200
  • Custom functions: Limited by available memory
  • Zoom range: 10 percent to 400 percent
  • Reports: Limited by available memory
  • Sort references: 64 in a single sort; unlimited when using sequential sorts
  • Undo levels: 100
  • Fields in a data form: 32
  • Workbook parameters: 255 parameters per workbook
  • Items displayed in filter drop-down lists: 10,000

Add days to JavaScript Date

I had issues with daylight savings time with the proposed solution.

By using getUTCDate / setUTCDate instead, I solved my issue.

// Curried, so that I can create helper functions like `add1Day`
const addDays = num => date => {
  // Make a working copy so we don't mutate the supplied date.
  const d = new Date(date);

  d.setUTCDate(d.getUTCDate() + num);

  return d;
}

iOS Swift - Get the Current Local Time and Date Timestamp

For saving Current time to firebase database I use Unic Epoch Conversation:

let timestamp = NSDate().timeIntervalSince1970

and For Decoding Unix Epoch time to Date().

let myTimeInterval = TimeInterval(timestamp)
let time = NSDate(timeIntervalSince1970: TimeInterval(myTimeInterval))

How do I solve this error, "error while trying to deserialize parameter"

In my case; my WCF service function was using List<byte> Types parameter and i was getting this exception in the client side. Then i changed it to byte[] Types, updated service reference and problem is solved.

Batch file to delete files older than N days

This one did it for me. It works with a date and you can substract the wanted amount in years to go back in time:

@echo off

set m=%date:~-7,2%
set /A m
set dateYear=%date:~-4,4%
set /A dateYear -= 2
set DATE_DIR=%date:~-10,2%.%m%.%dateYear% 

forfiles /p "C:\your\path\here\" /s /m *.* /d -%DATE_DIR% /c "cmd /c del @path /F"

pause

the /F in the cmd /c del @path /F forces the specific file to be deleted in some the cases the file can be read-only.

the dateYear is the year Variable and there you can change the substract to your own needs

HttpWebRequest using Basic authentication

You can also just add the authorization header yourself.

Just make the name "Authorization" and the value "Basic BASE64({USERNAME:PASSWORD})"

String username = "abc";
String password = "123";
String encoded = System.Convert.ToBase64String(System.Text.Encoding.GetEncoding("ISO-8859-1").GetBytes(username + ":" + password));
httpWebRequest.Headers.Add("Authorization", "Basic " + encoded);

Edit

Switched the encoding from UTF-8 to ISO 8859-1 per What encoding should I use for HTTP Basic Authentication? and Jeroen's comment.

What are the differences between json and simplejson Python modules?

I have to disagree with the other answers: the built in json library (in Python 2.7) is not necessarily slower than simplejson. It also doesn't have this annoying unicode bug.

Here is a simple benchmark:

import json
import simplejson
from timeit import repeat

NUMBER = 100000
REPEAT = 10

def compare_json_and_simplejson(data):
    """Compare json and simplejson - dumps and loads"""
    compare_json_and_simplejson.data = data
    compare_json_and_simplejson.dump = json.dumps(data)
    assert json.dumps(data) == simplejson.dumps(data)
    result = min(repeat("json.dumps(compare_json_and_simplejson.data)", "from __main__ import json, compare_json_and_simplejson", 
                 repeat = REPEAT, number = NUMBER))
    print "      json dumps {} seconds".format(result)
    result = min(repeat("simplejson.dumps(compare_json_and_simplejson.data)", "from __main__ import simplejson, compare_json_and_simplejson", 
                 repeat = REPEAT, number = NUMBER))
    print "simplejson dumps {} seconds".format(result)
    assert json.loads(compare_json_and_simplejson.dump) == data
    result = min(repeat("json.loads(compare_json_and_simplejson.dump)", "from __main__ import json, compare_json_and_simplejson", 
                 repeat = REPEAT, number = NUMBER))
    print "      json loads {} seconds".format(result)
    result = min(repeat("simplejson.loads(compare_json_and_simplejson.dump)", "from __main__ import simplejson, compare_json_and_simplejson", 
                 repeat = REPEAT, number = NUMBER))
    print "simplejson loads {} seconds".format(result)


print "Complex real world data:" 
COMPLEX_DATA = {'status': 1, 'timestamp': 1362323499.23, 'site_code': 'testing123', 'remote_address': '212.179.220.18', 'input_text': u'ny monday for less than \u20aa123', 'locale_value': 'UK', 'eva_version': 'v1.0.3286', 'message': 'Successful Parse', 'muuid1': '11e2-8414-a5e9e0fd-95a6-12313913cc26', 'api_reply': {"api_reply": {"Money": {"Currency": "ILS", "Amount": "123", "Restriction": "Less"}, "ProcessedText": "ny monday for less than \\u20aa123", "Locations": [{"Index": 0, "Derived From": "Default", "Home": "Default", "Departure": {"Date": "2013-03-04"}, "Next": 10}, {"Arrival": {"Date": "2013-03-04", "Calculated": True}, "Index": 10, "All Airports Code": "NYC", "Airports": "EWR,JFK,LGA,PHL", "Name": "New York City, New York, United States (GID=5128581)", "Latitude": 40.71427, "Country": "US", "Type": "City", "Geoid": 5128581, "Longitude": -74.00597}]}}}
compare_json_and_simplejson(COMPLEX_DATA)
print "\nSimple data:"
SIMPLE_DATA = [1, 2, 3, "asasd", {'a':'b'}]
compare_json_and_simplejson(SIMPLE_DATA)

And the results on my system (Python 2.7.4, Linux 64-bit):

Complex real world data:
json dumps 1.56666707993 seconds
simplejson dumps 2.25638604164 seconds
json loads 2.71256899834 seconds
simplejson loads 1.29233884811 seconds

Simple data:
json dumps 0.370109081268 seconds
simplejson dumps 0.574181079865 seconds
json loads 0.422876119614 seconds
simplejson loads 0.270955085754 seconds

For dumping, json is faster than simplejson. For loading, simplejson is faster.

Since I am currently building a web service, dumps() is more important—and using a standard library is always preferred.

Also, cjson was not updated in the past 4 years, so I wouldn't touch it.

Automating the InvokeRequired code pattern

Here's an improved/combined version of Lee's, Oliver's and Stephan's answers.

public delegate void InvokeIfRequiredDelegate<T>(T obj)
    where T : ISynchronizeInvoke;

public static void InvokeIfRequired<T>(this T obj, InvokeIfRequiredDelegate<T> action)
    where T : ISynchronizeInvoke
{
    if (obj.InvokeRequired)
    {
        obj.Invoke(action, new object[] { obj });
    }
    else
    {
        action(obj);
    }
} 

The template allows for flexible and cast-less code which is much more readable while the dedicated delegate provides efficiency.

progressBar1.InvokeIfRequired(o => 
{
    o.Style = ProgressBarStyle.Marquee;
    o.MarqueeAnimationSpeed = 40;
});

document.getElementById('btnid').disabled is not working in firefox and chrome

Another alternative :

document.formname.elementname.disabled=true

Work on FF and IE ! :)

Execute function after Ajax call is complete

try

var id;
var vname;
function ajaxCall(){
for(var q = 1; q<=10; q++){
 $.ajax({  

 url: 'api.php',                        
 data: 'id1='+q+'',                                                         
 dataType: 'json',
 success: function(data)          
  {

    id = data[0];              
   vname = data[1];
   printWithAjax();
}
      });



}//end of the for statement
  }//end of ajax call function

Group by with multiple columns using lambda

if your table is like this

rowId     col1    col2    col3    col4
 1          a       e       12       2
 2          b       f       42       5
 3          a       e       32       2
 4          b       f       44       5


var grouped = myTable.AsEnumerable().GroupBy(r=> new {pp1 =  r.Field<int>("col1"), pp2 = r.Field<int>("col2")});

Re-order columns of table in Oracle

I followed the solution above from Jonas and it worked well until I needed to add a second column. What I found is that when making the columns visible again Oracle does not necessarily set them visible in the order listed in the statement.

To demonstrate this follow Jonas' example above. As he showed, once the steps are complete the table is in the order that you'd expect. Things then break down when you add another column as shown below:

Example (continued from Jonas'):

Add another column which is to be inserted before column C.

ALTER TABLE t ADD (b2 INT);

Use the technique demonstrated above to move the newly added B2 column before column C.

ALTER TABLE t MODIFY (c INVISIBLE, d INVISIBLE, e INVISIBLE);
ALTER TABLE t MODIFY (c VISIBLE, d VISIBLE, e VISIBLE);

DESCRIBE t;

Name
----
A
B
B2
D
E
C

As shown above column C has moved to the end. It seems that the ALTER TABLE statement above processed the columns in the order D, E, C rather than in the order specified in the statement (perhaps in physical table order). To ensure that the column is placed where desired it is necessary to make the columns visible one by one in the desired order.

ALTER TABLE t MODIFY (c INVISIBLE, d INVISIBLE, e INVISIBLE);
ALTER TABLE t MODIFY c VISIBLE;
ALTER TABLE t MODIFY d VISIBLE;
ALTER TABLE t MODIFY e VISIBLE;

DESCRIBE t;

Name
----
A
B
B2
C
D
E

Iterate over object in Angular

Define the MapValuesPipe and implement PipeTransform:

import {Pipe, PipeTransform} from '@angular/core';

@Pipe({name: 'mapValuesPipe'})
export class MapValuesPipe implements PipeTransform {
    transform(value: any, args?: any[]): Object[] {
        let mArray: 
        value.forEach((key, val) => {
            mArray.push({
                mKey: key,
                mValue: val
            });
        });

        return mArray;
    }
}

Add your pipe in your pipes module. This is important if you need to use the same pipe in more than one components:

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule
  ],
  exports: [
    ...
    MapValuesPipe
  ],
  declarations: [..., MapValuesPipe, ...]
})
export class PipesAggrModule {}

Then simply use the pipe in your html with *ngFor:

<tr *ngFor="let attribute of mMap | mapValuesPipe">

Remember, you will need to declare your PipesModule in the component where you want to use the pipe:

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    CommonModule,
    PipesAggrModule
  ],
...
}
export class MyModule {}

Save PHP variables to a text file

Personally, I'd use file_put_contents and file_get_contents (these are wrappers for fopen, fputs, etc).

Also, if you are going to write any structured data, such as arrays, I suggest you serialize and unserialize the files contents.

$file = '/tmp/file';
$content = serialize($my_variable);
file_put_contents($file, $content);
$content = unserialize(file_get_contents($file));

How do I extract a substring from a string until the second space is encountered?

A straightforward approach would be the following:

string[] tokens = str.Split(' ');
string retVal = tokens[0] + " " + tokens[1];

Is there a way to check for both `null` and `undefined`?

A faster and shorter notation for null checks can be:

value == null ? "UNDEFINED" : value

This line is equivalent to:

if(value == null) {
       console.log("UNDEFINED")
} else {
    console.log(value)
}

Especially when you have a lot of null check it is a nice short notation.

Converting double to integer in Java

Double perValue = 96.57;
int roundVal= (int) Math.round(perValue);

Solved my purpose.

Scrolling to an Anchor using Transition/CSS3

Just apply scroll behaviour to all elements with this one-line code:

_x000D_
_x000D_
*{
scroll-behavior: smooth !important;
}
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Replace new lines with a comma delimiter with Notepad++?

Open the find and replace dialog (press CTRL+H).

Then select Regular expression in the 'Search Mode' section at the bottom.

In the Find what field enter this: [\r\n]+

In the Replace with:

There is a space after the comma.

This will also replace lines like

Apples

Apricots
Pear

Avocados
Bananas

Where there are empty lines.

If your lines have trailing blank spaces you should remove those first. The simplest way to achieve this is

EDIT -> Blank Operations -> Trim Trailing Space

OR

TextFX -> TextFX Edit -> Trim trailing spaces

Be sure to set the Search Mode to "Regular expression".

What does it mean to bind a multicast (UDP) socket?

The "bind" operation is basically saying, "use this local UDP port for sending and receiving data. In other words, it allocates that UDP port for exclusive use for your application. (Same holds true for TCP sockets).

When you bind to "0.0.0.0" (INADDR_ANY), you are basically telling the TCP/IP layer to use all available adapters for listening and to choose the best adapter for sending. This is standard practice for most socket code. The only time you wouldn't specify 0 for the IP address is when you want to send/receive on a specific network adapter.

Similarly if you specify a port value of 0 during bind, the OS will assign a randomly available port number for that socket. So I would expect for UDP multicast, you bind to INADDR_ANY on a specific port number where multicast traffic is expected to be sent to.

The "join multicast group" operation (IP_ADD_MEMBERSHIP) is needed because it basically tells your network adapter to listen not only for ethernet frames where the destination MAC address is your own, it also tells the ethernet adapter (NIC) to listen for IP multicast traffic as well for the corresponding multicast ethernet address. Each multicast IP maps to a multicast ethernet address. When you use a socket to send to a specific multicast IP, the destination MAC address on the ethernet frame is set to the corresponding multicast MAC address for the multicast IP. When you join a multicast group, you are configuring the NIC to listen for traffic sent to that same MAC address (in addition to its own).

Without the hardware support, multicast wouldn't be any more efficient than plain broadcast IP messages. The join operation also tells your router/gateway to forward multicast traffic from other networks. (Anyone remember MBONE?)

If you join a multicast group, all the multicast traffic for all ports on that IP address will be received by the NIC. Only the traffic destined for your binded listening port will get passed up the TCP/IP stack to your app. In regards to why ports are specified during a multicast subscription - it's because multicast IP is just that - IP only. "ports" are a property of the upper protocols (UDP and TCP).

You can read more about how multicast IP addresses map to multicast ethernet addresses at various sites. The Wikipedia article is about as good as it gets:

The IANA owns the OUI MAC address 01:00:5e, therefore multicast packets are delivered by using the Ethernet MAC address range 01:00:5e:00:00:00 - 01:00:5e:7f:ff:ff. This is 23 bits of available address space. The first octet (01) includes the broadcast/multicast bit. The lower 23 bits of the 28-bit multicast IP address are mapped into the 23 bits of available Ethernet address space.

Regular Expression for any number greater than 0?

You can use the below expression:

(^\d*\.?\d*[1-9]+\d*$)|(^[1-9]+\.?\d*$)                  

Valid entries: 1 1. 1.1 1.0 all positive real numbers

Invalid entries: all negative real numbers and 0 and 0.0

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

I joined all qualitative palettes from RColorBrewer package. Qualitative palettes are supposed to provide X most distinctive colours each. Of course, mixing them joins into one palette also similar colours, but that's the best I can get (74 colors).

library(RColorBrewer)
n <- 60
qual_col_pals = brewer.pal.info[brewer.pal.info$category == 'qual',]
col_vector = unlist(mapply(brewer.pal, qual_col_pals$maxcolors, rownames(qual_col_pals)))
pie(rep(1,n), col=sample(col_vector, n))

colour_Brewer_qual_60

Other solution is: take all R colors from graphical devices and sample from them. I removed shades of grey as they are too similar. This gives 433 colors

color = grDevices::colors()[grep('gr(a|e)y', grDevices::colors(), invert = T)]

set of 20 colours

pie(rep(1,n), col=sample(color, n))

with 200 colors n = 200:

pie(rep(1,n), col=sample(color, n))

set of 200 colours

How to get maximum value from the Collection (for example ArrayList)?

This question is almost a year old but I have found that if you make a custom comparator for objects you can use Collections.max for an array list of objects.

import java.util.Comparator;

public class compPopulation implements Comparator<Country> {
    public int compare(Country a, Country b) {
        if (a.getPopulation() > b.getPopulation())
            return -1; // highest value first
        if (a.getPopulation() == b.Population())
            return 0;
        return 1;
    }
}
ArrayList<Country> X = new ArrayList<Country>();
// create some country objects and put in the list
Country ZZ = Collections.max(X, new compPopulation());

Animation fade in and out

we can simply use:

public void animStart(View view) {
    if(count==0){
        Log.d("count", String.valueOf(count));
        i1.animate().alpha(0f).setDuration(2000);
        i2.animate().alpha(1f).setDuration(2000);
        count =1;
    }
    else if(count==1){
        Log.d("count", String.valueOf(count));
        count =0;
        i2.animate().alpha(0f).setDuration(2000);
        i1.animate().alpha(1f).setDuration(2000);
    }
}

where i1 and i2 are defined in the onCreateView() as:

    i1 = (ImageView)findViewById(R.id.firstImage);
    i2 = (ImageView)findViewById(R.id.secondImage);

count is a class variable initilaized to 0.

The XML file is :

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
        xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        tools:context=".MainActivity">
        <ImageView
            android:id="@+id/secondImage"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:onClick="animStart"
            android:src="@drawable/second" />
      <ImageView
          android:id="@+id/firstImage"
          android:layout_width="match_parent"
          android:layout_height="wrap_content"

          android:onClick="animStart"
          android:src="@drawable/first" />
    </RelativeLayout>

@drawable/first and @drawable/second are the images in the drawable folder in res.

how to check if item is selected from a comboBox in C#

You can try

if(combo1.Text == "")
{

}

Division of integers in Java

As your output results a double you should cast either completed variable or total variable or both to double while dividing.

So, the correct implmentation will be:

System.out.println((double)completed/total);

How to simulate "Press any key to continue?"

In windows, this short program accomplishes the goal: getch pauses the console until a key is pressed (https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/difference-getchar-getch-getc-getche/)

#include<iostream.h>
#include<conio.h>

using namespace std;

void  check()
{
    char chk; int j;
    cout<<"\n\nPress any key to continue...";
    chk=getch();
    j=chk;
    for(int i=1;i<=256;i++)
      if(i==j) break;
    clrscr();
}

void main()
{
    clrscr();
    check();
    cout<<"\n\nIt works!";
    getch();
}

It should be noted that getch is not part of the standard library.

sorting a vector of structs

Yes: you can sort using a custom comparison function:

std::sort(info.begin(), info.end(), my_custom_comparison);

my_custom_comparison needs to be a function or a class with an operator() overload (a functor) that takes two data objects and returns a bool indicating whether the first is ordered prior to the second (i.e., first < second). Alternatively, you can overload operator< for your class type data; operator< is the default ordering used by std::sort.

Either way, the comparison function must yield a strict weak ordering of the elements.

How SQL query result insert in temp table?

Suppose your existing reporting query is

Select EmployeeId,EmployeeName 
from Employee 
Where EmployeeId>101 order by EmployeeName

and you have to save this data into temparory table then you query goes to

Select EmployeeId,EmployeeName 
into #MyTempTable 
from Employee 
Where EmployeeId>101 order by EmployeeName  

Return HTML from ASP.NET Web API

Starting with AspNetCore 2.0, it's recommended to use ContentResult instead of the Produce attribute in this case. See: https://github.com/aspnet/Mvc/issues/6657#issuecomment-322586885

This doesn't rely on serialization nor on content negotiation.

[HttpGet]
public ContentResult Index() {
    return new ContentResult {
        ContentType = "text/html",
        StatusCode = (int)HttpStatusCode.OK,
        Content = "<html><body>Hello World</body></html>"
    };
}

IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory trying to open a file

Just as an FYI, here is my working code:

src_dir = "C:\\temp\\CSV\\"
target_dir = "C:\\temp\\output2\\"
keyword = "KEYWORD"

for f in os.listdir(src_dir):
    file_name = os.path.join(src_dir, f)
    out_file = os.path.join(target_dir, f)
    with open(file_name, "r+") as fi, open(out_file, "w") as fo:
        for line in fi:
            if keyword not in line:
                fo.write(line)

Thanks again to everyone for all the great feedback!

No Activity found to handle Intent : android.intent.action.VIEW

This is the right way to do it.

    try
    {
    Intent myIntent = new Intent(android.content.Intent.ACTION_VIEW);
    File file = new File(aFile.getAbsolutePath()); 
    String extension = android.webkit.MimeTypeMap.getFileExtensionFromUrl(Uri.fromFile(file).toString());
    String mimetype = android.webkit.MimeTypeMap.getSingleton().getMimeTypeFromExtension(extension);
    myIntent.setDataAndType(Uri.fromFile(file),mimetype);
    startActivity(myIntent);
    }
    catch (Exception e) 
    {
        // TODO: handle exception
        String data = e.getMessage();
    }

you need to import import android.webkit.MimeTypeMap;

How to replace all occurrences of a character in string?

The question is centered on character replacement, but, as I found this page very useful (especially Konrad's remark), I'd like to share this more generalized implementation, which allows to deal with substrings as well:

std::string ReplaceAll(std::string str, const std::string& from, const std::string& to) {
    size_t start_pos = 0;
    while((start_pos = str.find(from, start_pos)) != std::string::npos) {
        str.replace(start_pos, from.length(), to);
        start_pos += to.length(); // Handles case where 'to' is a substring of 'from'
    }
    return str;
}

Usage:

std::cout << ReplaceAll(string("Number Of Beans"), std::string(" "), std::string("_")) << std::endl;
std::cout << ReplaceAll(string("ghghjghugtghty"), std::string("gh"), std::string("X")) << std::endl;
std::cout << ReplaceAll(string("ghghjghugtghty"), std::string("gh"), std::string("h")) << std::endl;

Outputs:

Number_Of_Beans

XXjXugtXty

hhjhugthty


EDIT:

The above can be implemented in a more suitable way, in case performances are of your concern, by returning nothing (void) and performing the changes directly on the string str given as argument, passed by address instead of by value. This would avoid useless and costly copy of the original string, while returning the result. Your call, then...

Code :

static inline void ReplaceAll2(std::string &str, const std::string& from, const std::string& to)
{
    // Same inner code...
    // No return statement
}

Hope this will be helpful for some others...

Read text file into string array (and write)

If you don't care about loading the file into memory, as of Go 1.16, you can use the os.ReadFile and bytes.Count functions.

package main

import (
    "log"
    "os"
    "bytes"
)

func main() {
    data, err := os.ReadFile("input.txt")
    if err != nil {
        log.Fatal(err)
    }

    n := bytes.Count(data, []byte{'\n'})

    fmt.Printf("input.txt has %d lines\n", n)
}

Convert an enum to List<string>

I want to add another solution: In my case, I need to use a Enum group in a drop down button list items. So they might have space, i.e. more user friendly descriptions needed:

  public enum CancelReasonsEnum
{
    [Description("In rush")]
    InRush,
    [Description("Need more coffee")]
    NeedMoreCoffee,
    [Description("Call me back in 5 minutes!")]
    In5Minutes
}

In a helper class (HelperMethods) I created the following method:

 public static List<string> GetListOfDescription<T>() where T : struct
    {
        Type t = typeof(T);
        return !t.IsEnum ? null : Enum.GetValues(t).Cast<Enum>().Select(x => x.GetDescription()).ToList();
    }

When you call this helper you will get the list of item descriptions.

 List<string> items = HelperMethods.GetListOfDescription<CancelReasonEnum>();

ADDITION: In any case, if you want to implement this method you need :GetDescription extension for enum. This is what I use.

 public static string GetDescription(this Enum value)
    {
        Type type = value.GetType();
        string name = Enum.GetName(type, value);
        if (name != null)
        {
            FieldInfo field = type.GetField(name);
            if (field != null)
            {
                DescriptionAttribute attr =Attribute.GetCustomAttribute(field,typeof(DescriptionAttribute)) as DescriptionAttribute;
                if (attr != null)
                {
                    return attr.Description;
                }
            }
        }
        return null;
        /* how to use
            MyEnum x = MyEnum.NeedMoreCoffee;
            string description = x.GetDescription();
        */

    }

How do I determine the size of my array in C?

Beside the answers already provided, I want to point out a special case by the use of

sizeof(a) / sizeof (a[0])

If a is either an array of char, unsigned char or signed char you do not need to use sizeof twice since a sizeof expression with one operand of these types do always result to 1.

Quote from C18,6.5.3.4/4:

"When sizeof is applied to an operand that has type char, unsigned char, or signed char, (or a qualified version thereof) the result is 1."

Thus, sizeof(a) / sizeof (a[0]) would be equivalent to NUMBER OF ARRAY ELEMENTS / 1 if a is an array of type char, unsigned char or signed char. The division through 1 is redundant.

In this case, you can simply abbreviate and do:

sizeof(a)

For example:

char a[10];
size_t length = sizeof(a);

If you want a proof, here is a link to GodBolt.


Nonetheless, the division maintains safety, if the type significantly changes (although these cases are rare).

Close Bootstrap modal on form submit

I had the same problem and finally got it working with this code:

<%=form_with id: :friend_email_form, url: friend_emails_create_path do |f|%>

                      # form fields entered here

<div class="actions">
    <%= f.submit "Send Email", class: 'btn btn-primary', "onclick":"submit_form();", "data-dismiss":"modal"%>
</div>

 <script>
    function submit_form() {
      document.getElementById('friend_email_form').submit();
    }
</script>

The selected answer did not work for me.

Handling 'Sequence has no elements' Exception

Instead of .First() change it to .FirstOrDefault()

How to reference a local XML Schema file correctly?

If you work in MS Visual Studio just do following

  1. Put WSDL file and XSD file at the same folder.
  2. Correct WSDL file like this YourSchemeFile.xsd

  3. Use visual Studio using this great example How to generate service reference with only physical wsdl file

Notice that you have to put the path to your WSDL file manually. There is no way to use Open File dialog box out there.

How to highlight a selected row in ngRepeat?

You probably want to have LI rather than the UL have the background-color:

.selected li {
  background-color: red;
}

Then you want to have a dynamic class for the UL:

<ul ng-repeat="vote in votes" ng-click="setSelected()" class="{{selected}}">

Now you need to update the $scope.selected when clicking the row:

$scope.setSelected = function() {
   console.log("show", arguments, this);
   this.selected = 'selected';
}

and then un-select the previously highlighted row:

$scope.setSelected = function() {
   // console.log("show", arguments, this);
   if ($scope.lastSelected) {
     $scope.lastSelected.selected = '';
   }
   this.selected = 'selected';
   $scope.lastSelected = this;
}

Working solution:

http://plnkr.co/edit/wq6nxc?p=preview

can't load package: package .: no buildable Go source files

You should check the $GOPATH directory. If there is an empty directory of the package name, go get doesn't download the package from the repository.

For example, If I want to get the github.com/googollee/go-socket.io package from it's github repository, and there is already an empty directory github.com/googollee/go-socket.io in the $GOPATH, go get doesn't download the package and then complains that there is no buildable Go source file in the directory. Delete any empty directory first of all.

How to get mouse position in jQuery without mouse-events?

Moreover, mousemove events are not triggered if you perform drag'n'drop over a browser window. To track mouse coordinates during drag'n'drop you should attach handler for document.ondragover event and use it's originalEvent property.

Example:

var globalDragOver = function (e)
{
    var original = e.originalEvent;
    if (original)
    {
        window.x = original.pageX;
        window.y = original.pageY;
    }
}

How to use Switch in SQL Server

Actually i am getting return value from a another sp into @temp and then it @temp =1 then i want to inc the count of @SelectoneCount by 1 and so on. Please let me know what is the correct syntax.

What's wrong with:

IF @Temp = 1 --Or @Temp = 2 also?
BEGIN
    SET @SelectoneCount = @SelectoneCount + 1
END

(Although this does reek of being procedural code - not usually the best way to use SQL)

tkinter: how to use after method

I believe, the 500ms run in the background, while the rest of the code continues to execute and empties the list.

Then after 500ms nothing happens, as no function-call is implemented in the after-callup (same as frame.after(500, function=None))

Standard concise way to copy a file in Java?

public static void copyFile(File src, File dst) throws IOException
{
    long p = 0, dp, size;
    FileChannel in = null, out = null;

    try
    {
        if (!dst.exists()) dst.createNewFile();

        in = new FileInputStream(src).getChannel();
        out = new FileOutputStream(dst).getChannel();
        size = in.size();

        while ((dp = out.transferFrom(in, p, size)) > 0)
        {
            p += dp;
        }
    }
    finally {
        try
        {
            if (out != null) out.close();
        }
        finally {
            if (in != null) in.close();
        }
    }
}

'LIKE ('%this%' OR '%that%') and something=else' not working

Do you have something against splitting it up?

...FROM <blah> 
   WHERE 
     (fieldA LIKE '%THIS%' OR fieldA LIKE '%THAT%') 
     AND something = else