Programs & Examples On #Flexmojos

FlexMojos is a Maven plugin intended to allow build lifecycle management of Flex applications.

Explain the "setUp" and "tearDown" Python methods used in test cases

Suppose you have a suite with 10 tests. 8 of the tests share the same setup/teardown code. The other 2 don't.

setup and teardown give you a nice way to refactor those 8 tests. Now what do you do with the other 2 tests? You'd move them to another testcase/suite. So using setup and teardown also helps give a natural way to break the tests into cases/suites

How do you check if a string is not equal to an object or other string value in java?

Change your || to && so it will only exit if the answer is NEITHER "AM" nor "PM".

how to configure config.inc.php to have a loginform in phpmyadmin

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'cookie';

should work.

From the manual:

auth_type = 'cookie' prompts for a MySQL username and password in a friendly HTML form. This is also the only way by which one can log in to an arbitrary server (if $cfg['AllowArbitraryServer'] is enabled). Cookie is good for most installations (default in pma 3.1+), it provides security over config and allows multiple users to use the same phpMyAdmin installation. For IIS users, cookie is often easier to configure than http.

Python Script Uploading files via FTP

To avoid getting the encryption error you can also try out below commands

ftp = ftplib.FTP_TLS("ftps.dummy.com")
ftp.login("username", "password")
ftp.prot_p()
file = open("filename", "rb")
ftp.storbinary("STOR filename", file)
file.close()
ftp.close()

ftp.prot_p() ensure that your connections are encrypted

Total size of the contents of all the files in a directory

Just an alternative:

ls -lAR | grep -v '^d' | awk '{total += $5} END {print "Total:", total}'

grep -v '^d' will exclude the directories.

Why doesn't Java allow overriding of static methods?

Personally I think this is a flaw in the design of Java. Yes, yes, I understand that non-static methods are attached to an instance while static methods are attached to a class, etc etc. Still, consider the following code:

public class RegularEmployee {
    private BigDecimal salary;

    public void setSalary(BigDecimal salary) {
        this.salary = salary;
    }

    public static BigDecimal getBonusMultiplier() {
        return new BigDecimal(".02");
    }

    public BigDecimal calculateBonus() {
        return salary.multiply(getBonusMultiplier());
    }

    /* ... presumably lots of other code ... */
}

public class SpecialEmployee extends RegularEmployee {
    public static BigDecimal getBonusMultiplier() {
        return new BigDecimal(".03");
    }
}

This code will not work as you might expect. Namely, SpecialEmployee's get a 2% bonus just like regular employees. But if you remove the "static"s, then SpecialEmployee's get a 3% bonus.

(Admittedly, this example is poor coding style in that in real life you would likely want the bonus multiplier to be in a database somewhere rather than hard-coded. But that's just because I didn't want to bog down the example with a lot of code irrelevant to the point.)

It seems quite plausible to me that you might want to make getBonusMultiplier static. Perhaps you want to be able to display the bonus multiplier for all the categories of employees, without needing to have an instance of an employee in each category. What would be the point of searching for such example instances? What if we are creating a new category of employee and don't have any employees assigned to it yet? This is quite logically a static function.

But it doesn't work.

And yes, yes, I can think of any number of ways to rewrite the above code to make it work. My point is not that it creates an unsolvable problem, but that it creates a trap for the unwary programmer, because the language does not behave as I think a reasonable person would expect.

Perhaps if I tried to write a compiler for an OOP language, I would quickly see why implementing it so that static functions can be overriden would be difficult or impossible.

Or perhaps there is some good reason why Java behaves this way. Can anyone point out an advantage to this behavior, some category of problem that is made easier by this? I mean, don't just point me to the Java language spec and say "see, this is documented how it behaves". I know that. But is there a good reason why it SHOULD behave this way? (Besides the obvious "making it work right was too hard"...)

Update

@VicKirk: If you mean that this is "bad design" because it doesn't fit how Java handles statics, my reply is, "Well, duh, of course." As I said in my original post, it doesn't work. But if you mean that it is bad design in the sense that there would be something fundamentally wrong with a language where this worked, i.e. where statics could be overridden just like virtual functions, that this would somehow introduce an ambiguity or it would be impossible to implement efficiently or some such, I reply, "Why? What's wrong with the concept?"

I think the example I give is a very natural thing to want to do. I have a class that has a function that does not depend on any instance data, and which I might very reasonably want to call independent of an instance, as well as wanting to call from within an instance method. Why should this not work? I've run into this situation a fair number of times over the years. In practice I get around it by making the function virtual, and then creating a static method whose only purpose in life is to be a static method that passes the call on to the virtual method with a dummy instance. That seems like a very roundabout way to get there.

How to download source in ZIP format from GitHub?

I was facing same problem but accidentlty I sorted this problem. 1) Login in github 2) Click on Fork Button at Top Right. 3) After above step you can see Clone or download in Green color under <> Code Tab.

Static Classes In Java

You cannot use the static keyword with a class unless it is an inner class. A static inner class is a nested class which is a static member of the outer class. It can be accessed without instantiating the outer class, using other static members. Just like static members, a static nested class does not have access to the instance variables and methods of the outer class.

public class Outer {
   static class Nested_Demo {
      public void my_method() {
          System.out.println("This is my nested class");
      }
   }
public static void main(String args[]) {
      Outer.Nested_Demo nested = new Outer.Nested_Demo();
      nested.my_method();
   }
}

How to view the current heap size that an application is using?

You can use jconsole (standard with most JDKs) to check heap sizes of any java process.

How to insert current_timestamp into Postgres via python

Sure, just pass a string value for that timestamp column in the format: '2011-05-16 15:36:38' (you can also append a timezone there, like 'PST'). PostgreSQL will automatically convert the string to a timestamp. See http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.0/static/datatype-datetime.html#DATATYPE-DATETIME-INPUT

Javascript window.print() in chrome, closing new window or tab instead of cancelling print leaves javascript blocked in parent window

i've mandained some similar page (classic asp...)

my approach was to use Q promise directly on the popup.

For example my problem was that the popup i wanted to print close itself too fast ... and the print previw was empty, i solved this way :

Caller :

var popup = window.open("index.asp","popupwindow","width=800,height=500,left=200,top=5,scrollbars,toolbar=0,resizable");

Popup (at the end of the page):

<script src="/Scripts/jquery-1.9.1.min.js"></script>
<script src="/Scripts/q.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
    Q(window.print()).then(function () {window.close();});
</script>

I think that your "parent lock" could be solved in a similar way

i would try :

var w = whatever;
Q(
  // fill your popup
).then(function () {
 w.print();
}).then(function () {
 w.close();
}); 

that makes "the print" and "the close" async... so the parent will be immediately "unlocked"

Getting String value from enum in Java

if status is of type Status enum, status.name() will give you its defined name.

How to insert a line break <br> in markdown

I know this post is about adding a single line break but I thought I would mention that you can create multiple line breaks with the backslash (\) character:

Hello
\
\
\
World!

This would result in 3 new lines after "Hello". To clarify, that would mean 2 empty lines between "Hello" and "World!". It would display like this:


Hello



World!



Personally I find this cleaner for a large number of line breaks compared to using <br>.

Note that backslashes are not recommended for compatibility reasons. So this may not be supported by your Markdown parser but it's handy when it is.

Creating an empty bitmap and drawing though canvas in Android

Do not use Bitmap.Config.ARGB_8888

Instead use int w = WIDTH_PX, h = HEIGHT_PX;

Bitmap.Config conf = Bitmap.Config.ARGB_4444; // see other conf types
Bitmap bmp = Bitmap.createBitmap(w, h, conf); // this creates a MUTABLE bitmap
Canvas canvas = new Canvas(bmp);

// ready to draw on that bitmap through that canvas

ARGB_8888 can land you in OutOfMemory issues when dealing with more bitmaps or large bitmaps. Or better yet, try avoiding usage of ARGB option itself.

How to initialize List<String> object in Java?

In most cases you want simple ArrayList - an implementation of List

Before JDK version 7

List<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();

JDK 7 and later you can use the diamond operator

List<String> list = new ArrayList<>();

Further informations are written here Oracle documentation - Collections

write() versus writelines() and concatenated strings

Why am I unable to use a string for a newline in write() but I can use it in writelines()?

The idea is the following: if you want to write a single string you can do this with write(). If you have a sequence of strings you can write them all using writelines().

write(arg) expects a string as argument and writes it to the file. If you provide a list of strings, it will raise an exception (by the way, show errors to us!).

writelines(arg) expects an iterable as argument (an iterable object can be a tuple, a list, a string, or an iterator in the most general sense). Each item contained in the iterator is expected to be a string. A tuple of strings is what you provided, so things worked.

The nature of the string(s) does not matter to both of the functions, i.e. they just write to the file whatever you provide them. The interesting part is that writelines() does not add newline characters on its own, so the method name can actually be quite confusing. It actually behaves like an imaginary method called write_all_of_these_strings(sequence).

What follows is an idiomatic way in Python to write a list of strings to a file while keeping each string in its own line:

lines = ['line1', 'line2']
with open('filename.txt', 'w') as f:
    f.write('\n'.join(lines))

This takes care of closing the file for you. The construct '\n'.join(lines) concatenates (connects) the strings in the list lines and uses the character '\n' as glue. It is more efficient than using the + operator.

Starting from the same lines sequence, ending up with the same output, but using writelines():

lines = ['line1', 'line2']
with open('filename.txt', 'w') as f:
    f.writelines("%s\n" % l for l in lines)

This makes use of a generator expression and dynamically creates newline-terminated strings. writelines() iterates over this sequence of strings and writes every item.

Edit: Another point you should be aware of:

write() and readlines() existed before writelines() was introduced. writelines() was introduced later as a counterpart of readlines(), so that one could easily write the file content that was just read via readlines():

outfile.writelines(infile.readlines())

Really, this is the main reason why writelines has such a confusing name. Also, today, we do not really want to use this method anymore. readlines() reads the entire file to the memory of your machine before writelines() starts to write the data. First of all, this may waste time. Why not start writing parts of data while reading other parts? But, most importantly, this approach can be very memory consuming. In an extreme scenario, where the input file is larger than the memory of your machine, this approach won't even work. The solution to this problem is to use iterators only. A working example:

with open('inputfile') as infile:
    with open('outputfile') as outfile:
        for line in infile:
            outfile.write(line)

This reads the input file line by line. As soon as one line is read, this line is written to the output file. Schematically spoken, there always is only one single line in memory (compared to the entire file content being in memory in case of the readlines/writelines approach).

How do I fix an "Invalid license data. Reinstall is required." error in Visual C# 2010 Express?

Background: Visual Studio 2012 Pro installed by Administrator account. As "Joe User" (member of Win 7 Users group, but NOT Adminstrators) I got the error message. On reading this forum I concluded this is a generic error message. Steps to fix: As an adminstrator, open HK_CLASSES_ROOT. Open context menu on the Licenses subkey Select Permissions... Set Full Control for all users.

Now log on as "Joe" again. Voila!

Next, as Administrator change the permission on HKCR/Licenses back to read only for Users.

Two hints for developers. If you can develop and run an application as an ordinary user, then presumably your poor clients don't need admin rights to run it either.

Don't leak security information in "helpful" error messages. Microsloth are probably following their own advise and giving a vague and unhelpful error message here.

I have no idea why changing the permission to FC then back again to the original setting worked. I can only assume the Visual Studio writes something to that key the first time it runs.

'printf' vs. 'cout' in C++

More differences: "printf" returns an integer value (equal to the number of characters printed) and "cout" does not return anything

And.

cout << "y = " << 7; is not atomic.

printf("%s = %d", "y", 7); is atomic.

cout performs typechecking, printf doesn't.

There's no iostream equivalent of "% d"

jquery get all form elements: input, textarea & select

This is my favorite function and it works like a charm for me!

It returns an object with all for input, select and textarea data.

And it's trying to getting objects name by look for elements name else Id else class.

var All_Data = Get_All_Forms_Data();
console.log(All_Data);

Function:

function Get_All_Forms_Data(Element)
{
    Element = Element || '';
    var All_Page_Data = {};
    var All_Forms_Data_Temp = {};
    if(!Element)
    {
        Element = 'body';
    }

    $(Element).find('input,select,textarea').each(function(i){
        All_Forms_Data_Temp[i] = $(this);
    });

    $.each(All_Forms_Data_Temp,function(){
        var input = $(this);
        var Element_Name;
        var Element_Value;

        if((input.attr('type') == 'submit') || (input.attr('type') == 'button'))
        {
            return true;
        }

        if((input.attr('name') !== undefined) && (input.attr('name') != ''))
        {
            Element_Name = input.attr('name').trim();
        }
        else if((input.attr('id') !== undefined) && (input.attr('id') != ''))
        {
            Element_Name = input.attr('id').trim();
        }
        else if((input.attr('class') !== undefined) && (input.attr('class') != ''))
        {
            Element_Name = input.attr('class').trim();
        }

        if(input.val() !== undefined)
        {
            if(input.attr('type') == 'checkbox')
            {
                Element_Value = input.parent().find('input[name="'+Element_Name+'"]:checked').val();
            }
            else if((input.attr('type') == 'radio'))
            {
                Element_Value = $('input[name="'+Element_Name+'"]:checked',Element).val();
            }
            else
            {
                Element_Value = input.val();
            }
        }
        else if(input.text() != undefined)
        {
            Element_Value = input.text();
        }

        if(Element_Value === undefined)
        {
            Element_Value = '';
        }

        if(Element_Name !== undefined)
        {
            var Element_Array = new Array();
            if(Element_Name.indexOf(' ') !== -1)
            {
                Element_Array = Element_Name.split(/(\s+)/);
            }
            else
            {
                Element_Array.push(Element_Name);
            }

            $.each(Element_Array,function(index, Name)
            {
                Name = Name.trim();
                if(Name != '')
                {
                    All_Page_Data[Name] = Element_Value;
                }
            });
        }
    });
    return All_Page_Data;
}

Android button with icon and text

@Liem Vo's answer is correct if you are using android.widget.Button without any overriding. If you are overriding your theme using MaterialComponents, this will not solve the issue.

So if you are

  1. Using com.google.android.material.button.MaterialButton or
  2. Overriding AppTheme using MaterialComponents

Use app:icon parameter.

<Button
    android:id="@+id/bSearch"
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:padding="16dp"
    android:text="Search"
    android:textSize="24sp"
    app:icon="@android:drawable/ic_menu_search" />

Swift presentViewController

Using Swift 2.1+

 let vc = self.storyboard?.instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier("settingsVC") as! SettingsViewController
 self.presentViewController(vc, animated: true, completion: nil)

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In Java, how do I get the difference in seconds between 2 dates?

Just a pointer: If you're calculating the difference between two java.util.Date the approach of subtracting both dates and dividing it by 1000 is reasonable, but take special care if you get your java.util.Date reference from a Calendar object. If you do so, you need to take account of daylight savings of your TimeZone since one of the dates you're using might take place on a DST period.

That is explained on Prasoon's link, I recommend taking some time to read it.

find first sequence item that matches a criterion

If you don't have any other indexes or sorted information for your objects, then you will have to iterate until such an object is found:

next(obj for obj in objs if obj.val == 5)

This is however faster than a complete list comprehension. Compare these two:

[i for i in xrange(100000) if i == 1000][0]

next(i for i in xrange(100000) if i == 1000)

The first one needs 5.75ms, the second one 58.3µs (100 times faster because the loop 100 times shorter).

Android Studio doesn't start, fails saying components not installed

In windows, I was able to get it working using the following steps:

1) Download build-tools-21.1.1 from the following link: http://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/build-tools_r21.1.1-windows.zip

2) In windows, the android sdk will be will be located in: C:\Users\ \AppData\Android\sdk (AppData folder will be hidden by default, you can make it visible in "Folder Options")

3) In this path - C:\Users\ \AppData\Android\sdk\build-tools, you'll already find a folder "21.1.2". In the same path, create a new folder and name it "21.1.1"

4) Unzip the package that you downloaded in step 1. Copy the contents of the folder "android-5.0" and paste it in the folder "21.1.1" that you created in step 3).

5) Run Android Studio

Execute a shell function with timeout

function foo(){
    for i in {1..100};
    do 
        echo $i;  
        sleep 1;
    done;
}

cat <( foo ) # Will work 
timeout 3 cat <( foo ) # Will Work 
timeout 3 cat <( foo ) | sort # Wont work, As sort will fail 
cat <( timeout 3 cat <( foo ) ) | sort -r # Will Work 

What is a web service endpoint?

A web service endpoint is the URL that another program would use to communicate with your program. To see the WSDL you add ?wsdl to the web service endpoint URL.

Web services are for program-to-program interaction, while web pages are for program-to-human interaction.

So: Endpoint is: http://www.blah.com/myproject/webservice/webmethod

Therefore, WSDL is: http://www.blah.com/myproject/webservice/webmethod?wsdl


To expand further on the elements of a WSDL, I always find it helpful to compare them to code:

A WSDL has 2 portions (physical & abstract).

Physical Portion:

Definitions - variables - ex: myVar, x, y, etc.

Types - data types - ex: int, double, String, myObjectType

Operations - methods/functions - ex: myMethod(), myFunction(), etc.

Messages - method/function input parameters & return types

  • ex: public myObjectType myMethod(String myVar)

Porttypes - classes (i.e. they are a container for operations) - ex: MyClass{}, etc.

Abstract Portion:

Binding - these connect to the porttypes and define the chosen protocol for communicating with this web service. - a protocol is a form of communication (so text/SMS, vs. phone vs. email, etc.).

Service - this lists the address where another program can find your web service (i.e. your endpoint).

how to make a whole row in a table clickable as a link?

i would prefer to use onclick="" attribute as it is easy to use and understand for newbie like

 <tr onclick="window.location='any-page.php'">
    <td>UserName</td>
    <td>Email</td>
    <td>Address</td>
</tr>

How can I get the current date and time in UTC or GMT in Java?

tl;dr

Instant.now()   // Capture the current moment in UTC. 

Generate a String to represent that value:

Instant.now().toString()  

2016-09-13T23:30:52.123Z

Details

As the correct answer by Jon Skeet stated, a java.util.Date object has no time zone. But its toString implementation applies the JVM’s default time zone when generating the String representation of that date-time value. Confusingly to the naïve programmer, a Date seems to have a time zone but does not.

The java.util.Date, j.u.Calendar, and java.text.SimpleDateFormat classes bundled with Java are notoriously troublesome. Avoid them. Instead, use either of these competent date-time libraries:

java.time (Java 8)

Java 8 brings an excellent new java.time.* package to supplant the old java.util.Date/Calendar classes.

Getting current time in UTC/GMT is a simple one-liner…

Instant instant = Instant.now();

That Instant class is the basic building block in java.time, representing a moment on the timeline in UTC with a resolution of nanoseconds.

In Java 8, the current moment is captured with only up to milliseconds resolution. Java 9 brings a fresh implementation of Clock captures the current moment in up to the full nanosecond capability of this class, depending on the ability of your host computer’s clock hardware.

It’s toString method generates a String representation of its value using one specific ISO 8601 format. That format outputs zero, three, six or nine digits digits (milliseconds, microseconds, or nanoseconds) as necessary to represent the fraction-of-second.

If you want more flexible formatting, or other additional features, then apply an offset-from-UTC of zero, for UTC itself (ZoneOffset.UTC constant) to get a OffsetDateTime.

OffsetDateTime now = OffsetDateTime.now( ZoneOffset.UTC );

Dump to console…

System.out.println( "now.toString(): " + now );

When run…

now.toString(): 2014-01-21T23:42:03.522Z

Table of date-time types in Java, both modern and legacy.


About java.time

The java.time framework is built into Java 8 and later. These classes supplant the troublesome old legacy date-time classes such as java.util.Date, Calendar, & SimpleDateFormat.

To learn more, see the Oracle Tutorial. And search Stack Overflow for many examples and explanations. Specification is JSR 310.

The Joda-Time project, now in maintenance mode, advises migration to the java.time classes.

You may exchange java.time objects directly with your database. Use a JDBC driver compliant with JDBC 4.2 or later. No need for strings, no need for java.sql.* classes.

Where to obtain the java.time classes?

Table of which java.time library to use with which version of Java or Android

The ThreeTen-Extra project extends java.time with additional classes. This project is a proving ground for possible future additions to java.time. You may find some useful classes here such as Interval, YearWeek, YearQuarter, and more.


Joda-Time

UPDATE: The Joda-Time project, now in maintenance mode, advises migration to the java.time classes.

Using the Joda-Time 3rd-party open-source free-of-cost library, you can get the current date-time in just one line of code.

Joda-Time inspired the new java.time.* classes in Java 8, but has a different architecture. You may use Joda-Time in older versions of Java. Joda-Time continues to work in Java 8 and continues to be actively maintained (as of 2014). However, the Joda-Time team does advise migration to java.time.

System.out.println( "UTC/GMT date-time in ISO 8601 format: " + new org.joda.time.DateTime( org.joda.time.DateTimeZone.UTC ) );

More detailed example code (Joda-Time 2.3)…

org.joda.time.DateTime now = new org.joda.time.DateTime(); // Default time zone.
org.joda.time.DateTime zulu = now.toDateTime( org.joda.time.DateTimeZone.UTC );

Dump to console…

System.out.println( "Local time in ISO 8601 format: " + now );
System.out.println( "Same moment in UTC (Zulu): " + zulu );

When run…

Local time in ISO 8601 format: 2014-01-21T15:34:29.933-08:00
Same moment in UTC (Zulu): 2014-01-21T23:34:29.933Z

For more example code doing time zone work, see my answer to a similar question.

Time Zone

I recommend you always specify a time zone rather than relying implicitly on the JVM’s current default time zone (which can change at any moment!). Such reliance seems to be a common cause of confusion and bugs in date-time work.

When calling now() pass the desired/expected time zone to be assigned. Use the DateTimeZone class.

DateTimeZone zoneMontréal = DateTimeZone.forID( "America/Montreal" );
DateTime now = DateTime.now( zoneMontréal );

That class holds a constant for UTC time zone.

DateTime now = DateTime.now( DateTimeZone.UTC );

If you truly want to use the JVM’s current default time zone, make an explicit call so your code is self-documenting.

DateTimeZone zoneDefault = DateTimeZone.getDefault();

ISO 8601

Read about ISO 8601 formats. Both java.time and Joda-Time use that standard’s sensible formats as their defaults for both parsing and generating strings.


Actually, java.util.Date does have a time zone, buried deep under layers of source code. For most practical purposes, that time zone is ignored. So, as shorthand, we say java.util.Date has no time zone. Furthermore, that buried time zone is not the one used by Date’s toString method; that method uses the JVM’s current default time zone. All the more reason to avoid this confusing class and stick with Joda-Time and java.time.

Execution failed for task :':app:mergeDebugResources'. Android Studio

For me upgrading gradle version and plugin to the latest version did the trick.

Different names of JSON property during serialization and deserialization

This was not what I was expecting as a solution (though it is a legitimate use case). My requirement was to allow an existing buggy client (a mobile app which already released) to use alternate names.

The solution lies in providing a separate setter method like this:

@JsonSetter( "r" )
public void alternateSetRed( byte red ) {
    this.red = red;
}

How to find the nearest parent of a Git branch?

The solutions based on git show-branch -a plus some filters have one downside: git may consider a branch name of a short lived branch.

If you have a few possible parents which you care about, you can ask yourself this similar question (and probably the one the OP wanted to know about):

From a specific subset of all branches, which is the nearest parent of a git branch?

To simplify, I'll consider "a git branch" to refer to HEAD (i.e., the current branch).

Let's imagine that we have the following branches:

HEAD
important/a
important/b
spam/a
spam/b

The solutions based on git show-branch -a + filters, may give that the nearest parent of HEAD is spam/a, but we don't care about that.

If we want to know which of important/a and important/b is the closest parent of HEAD, we could run the following:

for b in $(git branch -a -l "important/*"); do
    d1=$(git rev-list --first-parent ^${b} HEAD |wc -l);
    d2=$(git rev-list --first-parent ^HEAD ${b} |wc -l);
    echo "${b} ${d1} ${d2}";
done \
|sort -n -k2 -k3 \
|head -n1 \
|awk '{print $1}';

What it does:

1.) $(git branch -a -l "important/*"): Print a list of all branches with some pattern ("important/*").

2.) d=$(git rev-list --first-parent ^${b} HEAD |wc -l);: For each of those branches ($b), calculate the distance ($d1) in number of commits, from HEAD to the nearest commit in $b (similar to when you calculate the distance from a point to a line). You may want to consider the distance differently here: you may not want to use --first-parent, or may want distance from tip to the tip of the branches ("${b}"...HEAD), ...

2.2) d2=$(git rev-list --first-parent ^HEAD ${b} |wc -l);: For each of those branches ($b), calculate the distance ($d2) in number of commits from the tip of the branch to the nearest commit in HEAD. We will use this distance to choose between two branches whose distance $d1 was equal.

3.) echo "${b} ${d1} ${d2}";: Print the name of each of the branches, followed by the distances to be able to sort them later (first $d1, and then $d2).

4.) |sort -n -k2 -k3: Sort the previous result, so we get a sorted (by distance) list of all of the branches, followed by their distances (both).

5.) |head -n1: The first result of the previous step will be the branch that has a smaller distance, i.e., the closest parent branch. So just discard all other branches.

6.) |awk '{print $1}';: We only care about the branch name, and not about the distance, so extract the first field, which was the parent's name. Here it is! :)

Opening new window in HTML for target="_blank"

You can't influence neither type (tab/window) nor dimensions that way. You'll have to use JavaScript's window.open() for that.

Place cursor at the end of text in EditText

This does the trick safely:

    editText.setText("");
    if (!TextUtils.isEmpty(text)) {
        editText.append(text);
    }

How to run a python script from IDLE interactive shell?

I tested this and it kinda works out :

exec(open('filename').read())  # Don't forget to put the filename between ' '

How to override equals method in Java

//Written by K@stackoverflow
public class Main {

    /**
     * @param args the command line arguments
     */
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        // TODO code application logic here
        ArrayList<Person> people = new ArrayList<Person>();
        people.add(new Person("Subash Adhikari", 28));
        people.add(new Person("K", 28));
        people.add(new Person("StackOverflow", 4));
        people.add(new Person("Subash Adhikari", 28));

        for (int i = 0; i < people.size() - 1; i++) {
            for (int y = i + 1; y <= people.size() - 1; y++) {
                boolean check = people.get(i).equals(people.get(y));

                System.out.println("-- " + people.get(i).getName() + " - VS - " + people.get(y).getName());
                System.out.println(check);
            }
        }
    }
}

//written by K@stackoverflow
public class Person {
    private String name;
    private int age;

    public Person(String name, int age){
        this.name = name;
        this.age = age;
    }

    @Override
    public boolean equals(Object obj) {
        if (obj == null) {
            return false;
        }

        if (obj.getClass() != this.getClass()) {
            return false;
        }

        final Person other = (Person) obj;
        if ((this.name == null) ? (other.name != null) : !this.name.equals(other.name)) {
            return false;
        }

        if (this.age != other.age) {
            return false;
        }

        return true;
    }

    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        int hash = 3;
        hash = 53 * hash + (this.name != null ? this.name.hashCode() : 0);
        hash = 53 * hash + this.age;
        return hash;
    }

    public int getAge() {
        return age;
    }

    public void setAge(int age) {
        this.age = age;
    }

    public String getName() {
        return name;
    }

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

Output:

run:

-- Subash Adhikari - VS - K false

-- Subash Adhikari - VS - StackOverflow false

-- Subash Adhikari - VS - Subash Adhikari true

-- K - VS - StackOverflow false

-- K - VS - Subash Adhikari false

-- StackOverflow - VS - Subash Adhikari false

-- BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 0 seconds)

Changing SqlConnection timeout

Old post but as it comes up for what I was searching for I thought I'd add some information to this topic. I was going to add a comment but I don't have enough rep.

As others have said:

connection.ConnectionTimeout is used for the initial connection

command.CommandTimeout is used for individual searches, updates, etc.

But:

connection.ConnectionTimeout is also used for committing and rolling back transactions.

Yes, this is an absolutely insane design decision.

So, if you are running into a timeout on commit or rollback you'll need to increase this value through the connection string.

Typescript: No index signature with a parameter of type 'string' was found on type '{ "A": string; }

I messed around with this for awhile. Here was my scenario:

I have two types, metrics1 and metrics2, each with different properties:

type metrics1 = {
    a: number;
    b: number;
    c: number;
}

type metrics2 = {
    d: number;
    e: number;
    f: number;
}

At a point in my code, I created an object that is the intersection of these two types because this object will hold all of their properties:

const myMetrics: metrics1 & metrics2 = {
    a: 10,
    b: 20,
    c: 30,
    d: 40,
    e: 50,
    f: 60
};

Now, I need to dynamically reference the properties of that object. This is where we run into index signature errors. Part of the issue can be broken down based on compile-time checking and runtime checking. If I reference the object using a const, I will not see that error because TypeScript can check if the property exists during compile time:

const myKey = 'a';
console.log(myMetrics[myKey]); // No issues, TypeScript has validated it exists

If, however, I am using a dynamic variable (e.g. let), then TypeScript will not be able to check if the property exists during compile time, and will require additional help during runtime. That is where the following typeguard comes in:

function isValidMetric(prop: string, obj: metrics1 & metrics2): prop is keyof (metrics1 & metrics2) {
    return prop in obj;
}

This reads as,"If the obj has the property prop then let TypeScript know that prop exists in the intersection of metrics1 & metrics2." Note: make sure you surround metrics1 & metrics2 in parentheses after keyof as shown above, or else you will end up with an intersection between the keys of metrics1 and the type of metrics2 (not its keys).

Now, I can use the typeguard and safely access my object during runtime:

let myKey:string = '';
myKey = 'a';
if (isValidMetric(myKey, myMetrics)) {
    console.log(myMetrics[myKey]);
}

How to get a variable type in Typescript?

I have checked a variable if it is a boolean or not as below

console.log(isBoolean(this.myVariable));

Similarly we have

isNumber(this.myVariable);
isString(this.myvariable);

and so on.

jQuery: select an element's class and id at the same time?

You can do:

$("#country.save")...

OR

$("a#country.save")...

OR

$("a.save#country")...

as you prefer.

So yes you can specify a selector that has to match ID and class (and potentially tag name and anything else you want to throw in).

How to remove specific session in asp.net?

There are many ways to nullify session in ASP.NET. Session in essence is a cookie, set on client's browser and in ASP.NET, its name is usually ASP.NET_SessionId. So, theoretically if you delete that cookie (which in terms of browser means that you set its expiration date to some date in past, because cookies can't be deleted by developers), then you loose the session in server. Another way as you said is to use Session.Clear() method. But the best way is to set another irrelevant object (usually null value) in the session in correspondance to a key. For example, to nullify Session["FirstName"], simply set it to Session["FirstName"] = null.

LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'D:\...\MyProj.exe'

I just had thesame problem. With me the exe was still running but I could not end it with the Task Manager. Just by restarting VS, it worked for me.

Plot 3D data in R

If you're working with "real" data for which the grid intervals and sequence cannot be guaranteed to be increasing or unique (hopefully the (x,y,z) combinations are unique at least, even if these triples are duplicated), I would recommend the akima package for interpolating from an irregular grid to a regular one.

Using your definition of data:

library(akima)
im <- with(data,interp(x,y,z))
with(im,image(x,y,z))

enter image description here

And this should work not only with image but similar functions as well.

Note that the default grid to which your data is mapped to by akima::interp is defined by 40 equal intervals spanning the range of x and y values:

> formals(akima::interp)[c("xo","yo")]
$xo
seq(min(x), max(x), length = 40)

$yo
seq(min(y), max(y), length = 40)

But of course, this can be overridden by passing arguments xo and yo to akima::interp.

How to call a mysql stored procedure, with arguments, from command line?

With quotes around the date:

mysql> CALL insertEvent('2012.01.01 12:12:12');

Simple prime number generator in Python

Using generator:

def primes(num):
    if 2 <= num:
        yield 2
    for i in range(3, num + 1, 2):
        if all(i % x != 0 for x in range(3, int(math.sqrt(i) + 1))):
            yield i

Usage:

for i in primes(10):
    print(i)

2, 3, 5, 7

How to import data from text file to mysql database

The LOAD DATA INFILE statement reads rows from a text file into a table at a very high speed.

LOAD DATA INFILE '/tmp/test.txt' 
INTO TABLE test
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','
LINES STARTING BY 'xxx';

If the data file looks like this:

xxx"abc",1
something xxx"def",2
"ghi",3

The resulting rows will be ("abc",1) and ("def",2). The third row in the file is skipped because it does not contain the prefix.

LOAD DATA INFILE 'data.txt'
INTO TABLE tbl_name
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','
ENCLOSED BY '"'
LINES TERMINATED BY '\r\n'

You can also load data files by using the mysqlimport utility; it operates by sending a LOAD DATA INFILE statement to the server

mysqlimport -u root -ptmppassword --local test employee.txt

test.employee: Records: 3  Deleted: 0  Skipped: 0  Warnings: 0

How to pass a function as a parameter in Java?

Java does not (yet) support closures. But there are other languages like Scala and Groovy which run in the JVM and do support closures.

Get list of all input objects using JavaScript, without accessing a form object

querySelectorAll returns a NodeList which has its own forEach method:

document.querySelectorAll('input').forEach( input => {
  // ...
});

getElementsByTagName now returns an HTMLCollection instead of a NodeList. So you would first need to convert it to an array to have access to methods like map and forEach:

Array.from(document.getElementsByTagName('input')).forEach( input => {
  // ...
});

Difference between the 'controller', 'link' and 'compile' functions when defining a directive

I'm going to expand your question a bit and also include the compile function.

  • compile function - use for template DOM manipulation (i.e., manipulation of tElement = template element), hence manipulations that apply to all DOM clones of the template associated with the directive. (If you also need a link function (or pre and post link functions), and you defined a compile function, the compile function must return the link function(s) because the 'link' attribute is ignored if the 'compile' attribute is defined.)

  • link function - normally use for registering listener callbacks (i.e., $watch expressions on the scope) as well as updating the DOM (i.e., manipulation of iElement = individual instance element). It is executed after the template has been cloned. E.g., inside an <li ng-repeat...>, the link function is executed after the <li> template (tElement) has been cloned (into an iElement) for that particular <li> element. A $watch allows a directive to be notified of scope property changes (a scope is associated with each instance), which allows the directive to render an updated instance value to the DOM.

  • controller function - must be used when another directive needs to interact with this directive. E.g., on the AngularJS home page, the pane directive needs to add itself to the scope maintained by the tabs directive, hence the tabs directive needs to define a controller method (think API) that the pane directive can access/call.

    For a more in-depth explanation of the tabs and pane directives, and why the tabs directive creates a function on its controller using this (rather than on $scope), please see 'this' vs $scope in AngularJS controllers.

In general, you can put methods, $watches, etc. into either the directive's controller or link function. The controller will run first, which sometimes matters (see this fiddle which logs when the ctrl and link functions run with two nested directives). As Josh mentioned in a comment, you may want to put scope-manipulation functions inside a controller just for consistency with the rest of the framework.

using setTimeout on promise chain

In node.js you can also do the following:

const { promisify } = require('util')
const delay = promisify(setTimeout)

delay(1000).then(() => console.log('hello'))

JPA: how do I persist a String into a database field, type MYSQL Text

With @Lob I always end up with a LONGTEXTin MySQL.

To get TEXT I declare it that way (JPA 2.0):

@Column(columnDefinition = "TEXT")
private String text

Find this better, because I can directly choose which Text-Type the column will have in database.

For columnDefinition it is also good to read this.

EDIT: Please pay attention to Adam Siemions comment and check the database engine you are using, before applying columnDefinition = "TEXT".

sql select with column name like

This will show you the table name and column name

select table_name,column_name from information_schema.columns
where column_name like '%breakfast%'

Spring Boot - inject map from application.yml

Solution for pulling Map using @Value from application.yml property coded as multiline

application.yml

other-prop: just for demo 

my-map-property-name: "{\
         key1: \"ANY String Value here\", \  
         key2: \"any number of items\" , \ 
         key3: \"Note the Last item does not have comma\" \
         }"

other-prop2: just for demo 2 

Here the value for our map property "my-map-property-name" is stored in JSON format inside a string and we have achived multiline using \ at end of line

myJavaClass.java

import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Value;

public class myJavaClass {

@Value("#{${my-map-property-name}}") 
private Map<String,String> myMap;

public void someRandomMethod (){
    if(myMap.containsKey("key1")) {
            //todo...
    } }

}

More explanation

  • \ in yaml it is Used to break string into multiline

  • \" is escape charater for "(quote) in yaml string

  • {key:value} JSON in yaml which will be converted to Map by @Value

  • #{ } it is SpEL expresion and can be used in @Value to convert json int Map or Array / list Reference

Tested in a spring boot project

Which variable size to use (db, dw, dd) with x86 assembly?

Quick review,

  • DB - Define Byte. 8 bits
  • DW - Define Word. Generally 2 bytes on a typical x86 32-bit system
  • DD - Define double word. Generally 4 bytes on a typical x86 32-bit system

From x86 assembly tutorial,

The pop instruction removes the 4-byte data element from the top of the hardware-supported stack into the specified operand (i.e. register or memory location). It first moves the 4 bytes located at memory location [SP] into the specified register or memory location, and then increments SP by 4.

Your num is 1 byte. Try declaring it with DD so that it becomes 4 bytes and matches with pop semantics.

Pandas DataFrame concat vs append

I have implemented a tiny benchmark (please find the code on Gist) to evaluate the pandas' concat and append. I updated the code snippet and the results after the comment by ssk08 - thanks alot!

The benchmark ran on a Mac OS X 10.13 system with Python 3.6.2 and pandas 0.20.3.

+--------+---------------------------------+---------------------------------+
|        | ignore_index=False              | ignore_index=True               |
+--------+---------------------------------+---------------------------------+
| size   | append | concat | append/concat | append | concat | append/concat |
+--------+--------+--------+---------------+--------+--------+---------------+
| small  | 0.4635 | 0.4891 | 94.77 %       | 0.4056 | 0.3314 | 122.39 %      |
+--------+--------+--------+---------------+--------+--------+---------------+
| medium | 0.5532 | 0.6617 | 83.60 %       | 0.3605 | 0.3521 | 102.37 %      |
+--------+--------+--------+---------------+--------+--------+---------------+
| large  | 0.9558 | 0.9442 | 101.22 %      | 0.6670 | 0.6749 | 98.84 %       |
+--------+--------+--------+---------------+--------+--------+---------------+

Using ignore_index=False append is slightly faster, with ignore_index=True concat is slightly faster.

tl;dr No significant difference between concat and append.

jQuery $.ajax request of dataType json will not retrieve data from PHP script

If you are using a newer version (over 1.3.x) you should learn more about the function parseJSON! I experienced the same problem. Use an old version or change your code

success=function(data){
  //something like this
  jQuery.parseJSON(data)
}

How to access global js variable in AngularJS directive

I have tried these methods and find that they dont work for my needs. In my case, I needed to inject json rendered server side into the main template of the page, so when it loads and angular inits, the data is already there and doesnt have to be retrieved (large dataset).

The easiest solution that I have found is to do the following:

In your angular code outside of the app, module and controller definitions add in a global javascript value - this definition MUST come before the angular stuff is defined.

Example:

'use strict';

//my data variable that I need access to.
var data = null;

angular.module('sample', [])

Then in your controller:

.controller('SampleApp', function ($scope, $location) {

$scope.availableList = [];

$scope.init = function () {
    $scope.availableList = data;
}

Finally, you have to init everything (order matters):

  <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.3.15/angular.min.js"></script>
  <script src="/path/to/your/angular/js/sample.js"></script>
  <script type="text/javascript">
      data = <?= json_encode($cproducts); ?>
  </script>

Finally initialize your controller and init function.

  <div ng-app="samplerrelations" ng-controller="SamplerApp" ng-init="init();">

By doing this you will now have access to whatever data you stuffed into the global variable.

Using HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError parameter for heap dump for JBoss

If you are not using "-XX:HeapDumpPath" option then in case of JBoss EAP/As by default the heap dump file will be generated in "JBOSS_HOME/bin" directory.

Apply pandas function to column to create multiple new columns?

For me this worked:

Input df

df = pd.DataFrame({'col x': [1,2,3]})
   col x
0      1
1      2
2      3

Function

def f(x):
    return pd.Series([x*x, x*x*x])

Create 2 new columns:

df[['square x', 'cube x']] = df['col x'].apply(f)

Output:

   col x  square x  cube x
0      1         1       1
1      2         4       8
2      3         9      27

How to achieve ripple animation using support library?

It's very simple ;-)

First you must create two drawable file one for old api version and another one for newest version, Of course! if you create the drawable file for newest api version android studio suggest you to create old one automatically. and finally set this drawable to your background view.

Sample drawable for new api version (res/drawable-v21/ripple.xml):

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ripple xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:color="?android:colorControlHighlight">
    <item>
        <shape android:shape="rectangle">
            <solid android:color="@color/colorPrimary" />
            <corners android:radius="@dimen/round_corner" />
        </shape>
    </item>
</ripple>

Sample drawable for old api version (res/drawable/ripple.xml)

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:shape="rectangle">
    <solid android:color="@color/colorPrimary" />
    <corners android:radius="@dimen/round_corner" />
</shape>

For more info about ripple drawable just visit this: https://developer.android.com/reference/android/graphics/drawable/RippleDrawable.html

Selecting an element in iFrame jQuery

If the case is accessing the IFrame via console, e. g. Chrome Dev Tools then you can just select the context of DOM requests via dropdown (see the picture).

Chrome Dev Tools - Selecting the iFrame

What is the Simplest Way to Reverse an ArrayList?

Collections.reverse(aList);

Example (Reference):

ArrayList aList = new ArrayList();
//Add elements to ArrayList object
aList.add("1");
aList.add("2");
aList.add("3");
aList.add("4");
aList.add("5");
Collections.reverse(aList);
System.out.println("After Reverse Order, ArrayList Contains : " + aList);

Get the previous month's first and last day dates in c#

This is a take on Mike W's answer:

internal static DateTime GetPreviousMonth(bool returnLastDayOfMonth)
{
    DateTime firstDayOfThisMonth = DateTime.Today.AddDays( - ( DateTime.Today.Day - 1 ) );
    DateTime lastDayOfLastMonth = firstDayOfThisMonth.AddDays (-1);
    if (returnLastDayOfMonth) return lastDayOfLastMonth;
    return firstDayOfThisMonth.AddMonths(-1);
}

You can call it like so:

dateTimePickerFrom.Value = GetPreviousMonth(false);
dateTimePickerTo.Value = GetPreviousMonth(true);

Run Python script at startup in Ubuntu

Instructions

  • Copy the python file to /bin:

    sudo cp -i /path/to/your_script.py /bin

  • Add A New Cron Job:

    sudo crontab -e

    Scroll to the bottom and add the following line (after all the #'s):

    @reboot python /bin/your_script.py &

    The “&” at the end of the line means the command is run in the background and it won’t stop the system booting up.

  • Test it:

    sudo reboot

Practical example:

  • Add this file to your Desktop: test_code.py (run it to check that it works for you)

    from os.path import expanduser
    import datetime
    
    file = open(expanduser("~") + '/Desktop/HERE.txt', 'w')
    file.write("It worked!\n" + str(datetime.datetime.now()))
    file.close()
    
  • Run the following commands:

    sudo cp -i ~/Desktop/test_code.py /bin

    sudo crontab -e

  • Add the following line and save it:

    @reboot python /bin/test_code.py &

  • Now reboot your computer and you should find a new file on your Desktop: HERE.txt

Bash syntax error: unexpected end of file

I just cut-and-pasted your example into a file; it ran fine under bash. I don't see any problems with it.

For good measure you may want to ensure it ends with a newline, though bash shouldn't care. (It runs for me both with and without the final newline.)

You'll sometimes see strange errors if you've accidentally embedded a control character in the file. Since it's a short script, try creating a new script by pasting it from your question here on StackOverflow, or by simply re-typing it.

What version of bash are you using? (bash --version)

Good luck!

JPanel setBackground(Color.BLACK) does nothing

setOpaque(false); 

CHANGED to

setOpaque(true);

How to select a node of treeview programmatically in c#?

treeViewMain.SelectedNode = treeViewMain.Nodes.Find(searchNode, true)[0];

where searchNode is the name of the node. I'm personally using a combo "Node + Panel" where Node name is Node + and the same tag is also set on panel of choice. With this command + scan of panels by tag i'm usually able to work a treeview+panel full menu set.

Including another class in SCSS

Using @extend is a fine solution, but be aware that the compiled css will break up the class definition. Any classes that extends the same placeholder will be grouped together and the rules that aren't extended in the class will be in a separate definition. If several classes become extended, it can become unruly to look up a selector in the compiled css or the dev tools. Whereas a mixin will duplicate the mixin code and add any additional styles.

You can see the difference between @extend and @mixin in this sassmeister

Correct Semantic tag for copyright info - html5

The <footer> tag seems like a good candidate:

<footer>&copy; 2011 Some copyright message</footer>

Clearing my form inputs after submission

I used the following with jQuery $("#submitForm").val("");

where submitForm is the id for the input element in the html. I ran it AFTER my function to extract the value from the input field. That extractValue function below:

function extractValue() { var value = $("#submitForm").val().trim(); console.log(value); };

Also don't forget to include preventDefault(); method to stop the submit type form from refreshing your page!

Microsoft.WebApplication.targets was not found, on the build server. What's your solution?

I tried a bunch of solutions, but in the end this answer worked for me: https://stackoverflow.com/a/19826448/431522

It basically entails calling MSBuild from the MSBuild directory, instead of the Visual Studio directory.

I also added the MSBuild directory to my path, to make the scripts easier to code.

I want to show all tables that have specified column name

You can use the information schema views:

SELECT DISTINCT TABLE_SCHEMA, TABLE_NAME
FROM Information_Schema.Columns
WHERE COLUMN_NAME = 'ID'

Here's the MSDN reference for the "Columns" view: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188348.aspx

GET and POST methods with the same Action name in the same Controller

While ASP.NET MVC will allow you to have two actions with the same name, .NET won't allow you to have two methods with the same signature - i.e. the same name and parameters.

You will need to name the methods differently use the ActionName attribute to tell ASP.NET MVC that they're actually the same action.

That said, if you're talking about a GET and a POST, this problem will likely go away, as the POST action will take more parameters than the GET and therefore be distinguishable.

So, you need either:

[HttpGet]
public ActionResult ActionName() {...}

[HttpPost, ActionName("ActionName")]
public ActionResult ActionNamePost() {...}

Or,

[HttpGet]
public ActionResult ActionName() {...}

[HttpPost]
public ActionResult ActionName(string aParameter) {...}

How to get date, month, year in jQuery UI datepicker?

Hi you can try viewing this jsFiddle.

I used this code:

var day = $(this).datepicker('getDate').getDate();  
var month = $(this).datepicker('getDate').getMonth();  
var year = $(this).datepicker('getDate').getYear();  

I hope this helps.

Passing parameters to addTarget:action:forControlEvents

To pass custom params along with the button click you just need to SUBCLASS UIButton.

(ASR is on, so there's no releases in the code.)

This is myButton.h

#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>

@interface myButton : UIButton {
    id userData;
}

@property (nonatomic, readwrite, retain) id userData;

@end

This is myButton.m

#import "myButton.h"
@implementation myButton
@synthesize userData;
@end

Usage:

myButton *bt = [myButton buttonWithType:UIButtonTypeCustom];
[bt setFrame:CGRectMake(0,0, 100, 100)];
[bt setExclusiveTouch:NO];
[bt setUserData:**(insert user data here)**];

[bt addTarget:self action:@selector(touchUpHandler:) forControlEvents:UIControlEventTouchUpInside];

[view addSubview:bt];

Recieving function:

- (void) touchUpHandler:(myButton *)sender {
    id userData = sender.userData;
}

If you need me to be more specific on any part of the above code — feel free to ask about it in comments.

Java - Best way to print 2D array?

Simple and clean way to print a 2D array.

System.out.println(Arrays.deepToString(array).replace("], ", "]\n").replace("[[", "[").replace("]]", "]"));

How to check for null/empty/whitespace values with a single test?

Use below query and it works

SELECT column_name FROM table_name where isnull(column_name,'') <> ''

Add "Appendix" before "A" in thesis TOC

You can easily achieve what you want using the appendix package. Here's a sample file that shows you how. The key is the titletoc option when calling the package. It takes whatever value you've defined in \appendixname and the default value is Appendix.

\documentclass{report}
\usepackage[titletoc]{appendix}
\begin{document}
\tableofcontents

\chapter{Lorem ipsum}
\section{Dolor sit amet}
\begin{appendices}
  \chapter{Consectetur adipiscing elit}
  \chapter{Mauris euismod}
\end{appendices}
\end{document}

The output looks like

enter image description here

How to close form

Your closing your instance of the settings window right after you create it. You need to display the settings window first then wait for a dialog result. If it comes back as canceled then close the window. For Example:

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    Settings newSettingsWindow = new Settings();

    if (newSettingsWindow.ShowDialog() == DialogResult.Cancel)
    {
        newSettingsWindow.Close();
    }
}

Float vs Decimal in ActiveRecord

In Rails 4.1.0, I have faced problem with saving latitude and longitude to MySql database. It can't save large fraction number with float data type. And I change the data type to decimal and working for me.

  def change
    change_column :cities, :latitude, :decimal, :precision => 15, :scale => 13
    change_column :cities, :longitude, :decimal, :precision => 15, :scale => 13
  end

.includes() not working in Internet Explorer

Problem:

Try running below(without solution) from Internet Explorer and see the result.

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console.log("abcde".includes("cd"));
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Solution:

Now run below solution and check the result

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  String.prototype.includes = function (str) {//If not supported, then define the method_x000D_
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console.log("abcde".includes("cd"));
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How to deal with missing src/test/java source folder in Android/Maven project?

This is a bug in the Android Connector for M2E (m2e-android) that was recently fixed:

https://github.com/rgladwell/m2e-android/commit/2b490f900153cd34fff1cec47fe5aeffabe44d87

This fix has been merged and will be available with the next release. In the meantime you can test the new fix by installing from the following update site:

http://rgladwell.github.com/m2e-android/updates/master/

ASP.NET MVC get textbox input value

Simple ASP.NET MVC subscription form with email textbox would be implemented like that:

Model

The data from the form is mapped to this model

public class SubscribeModel
{
    [Required]
    public string Email { get; set; }
}

View

View name should match controller method name.

@model App.Models.SubscribeModel

@using (Html.BeginForm("Subscribe", "Home", FormMethod.Post))
{
    @Html.TextBoxFor(model => model.Email)
    @Html.ValidationMessageFor(model => model.Email)
    <button type="submit">Subscribe</button>
}

Controller

Controller is responsible for request processing and returning proper response view.

public class HomeController : Controller
{
    public ActionResult Index()
    {
        return View();
    }

    [HttpPost]
    public ActionResult Subscribe(SubscribeModel model)
    {
        if (ModelState.IsValid)
        {
            //TODO: SubscribeUser(model.Email);
        }

        return View("Index", model);
    }
}

Here is my project structure. Please notice, "Home" views folder matches HomeController name.

ASP.NET MVC structure

Using grep to search for a string that has a dot in it

There are so many answers here suggesting to escape the dot with \. but I have been running into this issue over and over again: \. gives me the same result as .

However, these two expressions work for me:

$ grep -r 0\\.49 *

And:

$ grep -r 0[.]49 *

I'm using a "normal" bash shell on Ubuntu and Archlinux.

Edit, or, according to comments:

$ grep -r '0\.49' *

Note, the single-quotes doing the difference here.

Find and replace specific text characters across a document with JS

You can use:

str.replace(/text/g, "replaced text");

Getting the .Text value from a TextBox

Use this instead:

string objTextBox = t.Text;

The object t is the TextBox. The object you call objTextBox is assigned the ID property of the TextBox.

So better code would be:

TextBox objTextBox = (TextBox)sender;
string theText = objTextBox.Text;

PHP Composer behind http proxy

Try this:

export HTTPS_PROXY_REQUEST_FULLURI=false

solved this issue for me working behind a proxy at a company few weeks ago.

Mail not sending with PHPMailer over SSL using SMTP

$mail->IsSMTP();
$mail->Host = "smtp.gmail.com";
$mail->SMTPAuth = true;
$mail->SMTPSecure = "ssl";
$mail->Username = "[email protected]";
$mail->Password = "**********";
$mail->Port = "465";

That is a working configuration.

try to replace what you have

Imitating a blink tag with CSS3 animations

The original Netscape <blink> had an 80% duty cycle. This comes pretty close, although the real <blink> only affects text:

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  animation: blink-animation 1s steps(5, start) infinite;_x000D_
  -webkit-animation: blink-animation 1s steps(5, start) infinite;_x000D_
}_x000D_
@keyframes blink-animation {_x000D_
  to {_x000D_
    visibility: hidden;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}_x000D_
@-webkit-keyframes blink-animation {_x000D_
  to {_x000D_
    visibility: hidden;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
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This is <span class="blink">blinking</span> text.
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You can find more info about Keyframe Animations here.

Excel VBA: AutoFill Multiple Cells with Formulas

The approach you're looking for is FillDown. Another way so you don't have to kick your head off every time is to store formulas in an array of strings. Combining them gives you a powerful method of inputting formulas by the multitude. Code follows:

Sub FillDown()

    Dim strFormulas(1 To 3) As Variant

    With ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet1")
        strFormulas(1) = "=SUM(A2:B2)"
        strFormulas(2) = "=PRODUCT(A2:B2)"
        strFormulas(3) = "=A2/B2"

        .Range("C2:E2").Formula = strFormulas
        .Range("C2:E11").FillDown
    End With

End Sub

Screenshots:

Result as of line: .Range("C2:E2").Formula = strFormulas:

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Result as of line: .Range("C2:E11").FillDown:

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Of course, you can make it dynamic by storing the last row into a variable and turning it to something like .Range("C2:E" & LRow).FillDown, much like what you did.

Hope this helps!

How to split a comma-separated value to columns

There are multiple ways to solve this and many different ways have been proposed already. Simplest would be to use LEFT / SUBSTRING and other string functions to achieve the desired result.

Sample Data

DECLARE @tbl1 TABLE (Value INT,String VARCHAR(MAX))

INSERT INTO @tbl1 VALUES(1,'Cleo, Smith');
INSERT INTO @tbl1 VALUES(2,'John, Mathew');

Using String Functions like LEFT

SELECT
    Value,
    LEFT(String,CHARINDEX(',',String)-1) as Fname,
    LTRIM(RIGHT(String,LEN(String) - CHARINDEX(',',String) )) AS Lname
FROM @tbl1

This approach fails if there are more 2 items in a String. In such a scenario, we can use a splitter and then use PIVOT or convert the string into an XML and use .nodes to get string items. XML based solution have been detailed out by aads and bvr in their solution.

The answers for this question which use splitter, all use WHILE which is inefficient for splitting. Check this performance comparison. One of the best splitters around is DelimitedSplit8K, created by Jeff Moden. You can read more about it here

Splitter with PIVOT

DECLARE @tbl1 TABLE (Value INT,String VARCHAR(MAX))

INSERT INTO @tbl1 VALUES(1,'Cleo, Smith');
INSERT INTO @tbl1 VALUES(2,'John, Mathew');


SELECT t3.Value,[1] as Fname,[2] as Lname
FROM @tbl1 as t1
CROSS APPLY [dbo].[DelimitedSplit8K](String,',') as t2
PIVOT(MAX(Item) FOR ItemNumber IN ([1],[2])) as t3

Output

Value   Fname   Lname
1   Cleo    Smith
2   John    Mathew

DelimitedSplit8K by Jeff Moden

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[DelimitedSplit8K]
/**********************************************************************************************************************
 Purpose:
 Split a given string at a given delimiter and return a list of the split elements (items).

 Notes:
 1.  Leading a trailing delimiters are treated as if an empty string element were present.
 2.  Consecutive delimiters are treated as if an empty string element were present between them.
 3.  Except when spaces are used as a delimiter, all spaces present in each element are preserved.

 Returns:
 iTVF containing the following:
 ItemNumber = Element position of Item as a BIGINT (not converted to INT to eliminate a CAST)
 Item       = Element value as a VARCHAR(8000)

 Statistics on this function may be found at the following URL:
 http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1101315-203-4.aspx

 CROSS APPLY Usage Examples and Tests:
--=====================================================================================================================
-- TEST 1:
-- This tests for various possible conditions in a string using a comma as the delimiter.  The expected results are
-- laid out in the comments
--=====================================================================================================================
--===== Conditionally drop the test tables to make reruns easier for testing.
     -- (this is NOT a part of the solution)
     IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#JBMTest') IS NOT NULL DROP TABLE #JBMTest
;
--===== Create and populate a test table on the fly (this is NOT a part of the solution).
     -- In the following comments, "b" is a blank and "E" is an element in the left to right order.
     -- Double Quotes are used to encapsulate the output of "Item" so that you can see that all blanks
     -- are preserved no matter where they may appear.
 SELECT *
   INTO #JBMTest
   FROM (                                               --# & type of Return Row(s)
         SELECT  0, NULL                      UNION ALL --1 NULL
         SELECT  1, SPACE(0)                  UNION ALL --1 b (Empty String)
         SELECT  2, SPACE(1)                  UNION ALL --1 b (1 space)
         SELECT  3, SPACE(5)                  UNION ALL --1 b (5 spaces)
         SELECT  4, ','                       UNION ALL --2 b b (both are empty strings)
         SELECT  5, '55555'                   UNION ALL --1 E
         SELECT  6, ',55555'                  UNION ALL --2 b E
         SELECT  7, ',55555,'                 UNION ALL --3 b E b
         SELECT  8, '55555,'                  UNION ALL --2 b B
         SELECT  9, '55555,1'                 UNION ALL --2 E E
         SELECT 10, '1,55555'                 UNION ALL --2 E E
         SELECT 11, '55555,4444,333,22,1'     UNION ALL --5 E E E E E 
         SELECT 12, '55555,4444,,333,22,1'    UNION ALL --6 E E b E E E
         SELECT 13, ',55555,4444,,333,22,1,'  UNION ALL --8 b E E b E E E b
         SELECT 14, ',55555,4444,,,333,22,1,' UNION ALL --9 b E E b b E E E b
         SELECT 15, ' 4444,55555 '            UNION ALL --2 E (w/Leading Space) E (w/Trailing Space)
         SELECT 16, 'This,is,a,test.'                   --E E E E
        ) d (SomeID, SomeValue)
;
--===== Split the CSV column for the whole table using CROSS APPLY (this is the solution)
 SELECT test.SomeID, test.SomeValue, split.ItemNumber, Item = QUOTENAME(split.Item,'"')
   FROM #JBMTest test
  CROSS APPLY dbo.DelimitedSplit8K(test.SomeValue,',') split
;
--=====================================================================================================================
-- TEST 2:
-- This tests for various "alpha" splits and COLLATION using all ASCII characters from 0 to 255 as a delimiter against
-- a given string.  Note that not all of the delimiters will be visible and some will show up as tiny squares because
-- they are "control" characters.  More specifically, this test will show you what happens to various non-accented 
-- letters for your given collation depending on the delimiter you chose.
--=====================================================================================================================
WITH 
cteBuildAllCharacters (String,Delimiter) AS 
(
 SELECT TOP 256 
        'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789',
        CHAR(ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY (SELECT NULL))-1)
   FROM master.sys.all_columns
)
 SELECT ASCII_Value = ASCII(c.Delimiter), c.Delimiter, split.ItemNumber, Item = QUOTENAME(split.Item,'"')
   FROM cteBuildAllCharacters c
  CROSS APPLY dbo.DelimitedSplit8K(c.String,c.Delimiter) split
  ORDER BY ASCII_Value, split.ItemNumber
;
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Other Notes:
 1. Optimized for VARCHAR(8000) or less.  No testing or error reporting for truncation at 8000 characters is done.
 2. Optimized for single character delimiter.  Multi-character delimiters should be resolvedexternally from this 
    function.
 3. Optimized for use with CROSS APPLY.
 4. Does not "trim" elements just in case leading or trailing blanks are intended.
 5. If you don't know how a Tally table can be used to replace loops, please see the following...
    http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/T-SQL/62867/
 6. Changing this function to use NVARCHAR(MAX) will cause it to run twice as slow.  It's just the nature of 
    VARCHAR(MAX) whether it fits in-row or not.
 7. Multi-machine testing for the method of using UNPIVOT instead of 10 SELECT/UNION ALLs shows that the UNPIVOT method
    is quite machine dependent and can slow things down quite a bit.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Credits:
 This code is the product of many people's efforts including but not limited to the following:
 cteTally concept originally by Iztek Ben Gan and "decimalized" by Lynn Pettis (and others) for a bit of extra speed
 and finally redacted by Jeff Moden for a different slant on readability and compactness. Hat's off to Paul White for
 his simple explanations of CROSS APPLY and for his detailed testing efforts. Last but not least, thanks to
 Ron "BitBucket" McCullough and Wayne Sheffield for their extreme performance testing across multiple machines and
 versions of SQL Server.  The latest improvement brought an additional 15-20% improvement over Rev 05.  Special thanks
 to "Nadrek" and "peter-757102" (aka Peter de Heer) for bringing such improvements to light.  Nadrek's original
 improvement brought about a 10% performance gain and Peter followed that up with the content of Rev 07.  

 I also thank whoever wrote the first article I ever saw on "numbers tables" which is located at the following URL
 and to Adam Machanic for leading me to it many years ago.
 http://sqlserver2000.databases.aspfaq.com/why-should-i-consider-using-an-auxiliary-numbers-table.html
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Revision History:
 Rev 00 - 20 Jan 2010 - Concept for inline cteTally: Lynn Pettis and others.
                        Redaction/Implementation: Jeff Moden 
        - Base 10 redaction and reduction for CTE.  (Total rewrite)

 Rev 01 - 13 Mar 2010 - Jeff Moden
        - Removed one additional concatenation and one subtraction from the SUBSTRING in the SELECT List for that tiny
          bit of extra speed.

 Rev 02 - 14 Apr 2010 - Jeff Moden
        - No code changes.  Added CROSS APPLY usage example to the header, some additional credits, and extra 
          documentation.

 Rev 03 - 18 Apr 2010 - Jeff Moden
        - No code changes.  Added notes 7, 8, and 9 about certain "optimizations" that don't actually work for this
          type of function.

 Rev 04 - 29 Jun 2010 - Jeff Moden
        - Added WITH SCHEMABINDING thanks to a note by Paul White.  This prevents an unnecessary "Table Spool" when the
          function is used in an UPDATE statement even though the function makes no external references.

 Rev 05 - 02 Apr 2011 - Jeff Moden
        - Rewritten for extreme performance improvement especially for larger strings approaching the 8K boundary and
          for strings that have wider elements.  The redaction of this code involved removing ALL concatenation of 
          delimiters, optimization of the maximum "N" value by using TOP instead of including it in the WHERE clause,
          and the reduction of all previous calculations (thanks to the switch to a "zero based" cteTally) to just one 
          instance of one add and one instance of a subtract. The length calculation for the final element (not 
          followed by a delimiter) in the string to be split has been greatly simplified by using the ISNULL/NULLIF 
          combination to determine when the CHARINDEX returned a 0 which indicates there are no more delimiters to be
          had or to start with. Depending on the width of the elements, this code is between 4 and 8 times faster on a
          single CPU box than the original code especially near the 8K boundary.
        - Modified comments to include more sanity checks on the usage example, etc.
        - Removed "other" notes 8 and 9 as they were no longer applicable.

 Rev 06 - 12 Apr 2011 - Jeff Moden
        - Based on a suggestion by Ron "Bitbucket" McCullough, additional test rows were added to the sample code and
          the code was changed to encapsulate the output in pipes so that spaces and empty strings could be perceived 
          in the output.  The first "Notes" section was added.  Finally, an extra test was added to the comments above.

 Rev 07 - 06 May 2011 - Peter de Heer, a further 15-20% performance enhancement has been discovered and incorporated 
          into this code which also eliminated the need for a "zero" position in the cteTally table. 
**********************************************************************************************************************/
--===== Define I/O parameters
        (@pString VARCHAR(8000), @pDelimiter CHAR(1))
RETURNS TABLE WITH SCHEMABINDING AS
 RETURN
--===== "Inline" CTE Driven "Tally Table" produces values from 0 up to 10,000...
     -- enough to cover NVARCHAR(4000)
  WITH E1(N) AS (
                 SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1 UNION ALL 
                 SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1 UNION ALL 
                 SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 1
                ),                          --10E+1 or 10 rows
       E2(N) AS (SELECT 1 FROM E1 a, E1 b), --10E+2 or 100 rows
       E4(N) AS (SELECT 1 FROM E2 a, E2 b), --10E+4 or 10,000 rows max
 cteTally(N) AS (--==== This provides the "base" CTE and limits the number of rows right up front
                     -- for both a performance gain and prevention of accidental "overruns"
                 SELECT TOP (ISNULL(DATALENGTH(@pString),0)) ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY (SELECT NULL)) FROM E4
                ),
cteStart(N1) AS (--==== This returns N+1 (starting position of each "element" just once for each delimiter)
                 SELECT 1 UNION ALL
                 SELECT t.N+1 FROM cteTally t WHERE SUBSTRING(@pString,t.N,1) = @pDelimiter
                ),
cteLen(N1,L1) AS(--==== Return start and length (for use in substring)
                 SELECT s.N1,
                        ISNULL(NULLIF(CHARINDEX(@pDelimiter,@pString,s.N1),0)-s.N1,8000)
                   FROM cteStart s
                )
--===== Do the actual split. The ISNULL/NULLIF combo handles the length for the final element when no delimiter is found.
 SELECT ItemNumber = ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY l.N1),
        Item       = SUBSTRING(@pString, l.N1, l.L1)
   FROM cteLen l
;

GO

Data truncation: Data too long for column 'logo' at row 1

Following solution worked for me. When connecting to the db, specify that data should be truncated if they are too long (jdbcCompliantTruncation). My link looks like this:

jdbc:mysql://SERVER:PORT_NO/SCHEMA?sessionVariables=sql_mode='NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION'&jdbcCompliantTruncation=false

If you increase the size of the strings, you may face the same problem in future if the string you are attempting to store into the DB is longer than the new size.

EDIT: STRICT_TRANS_TABLES has to be removed from sql_mode as well.

storing user input in array

You're not actually going out after the values. You would need to gather them like this:

var title   = document.getElementById("title").value;
var name    = document.getElementById("name").value;
var tickets = document.getElementById("tickets").value;

You could put all of these in one array:

var myArray = [ title, name, tickets ];

Or many arrays:

var titleArr   = [ title ];
var nameArr    = [ name ];
var ticketsArr = [ tickets ];

Or, if the arrays already exist, you can use their .push() method to push new values onto it:

var titleArr = [];

function addTitle ( title ) {
  titleArr.push( title );
  console.log( "Titles: " + titleArr.join(", ") );
}

Your save button doesn't work because you refer to this.form, however you don't have a form on the page. In order for this to work you would need to have <form> tags wrapping your fields:

I've made several corrections, and placed the changes on jsbin: http://jsbin.com/ufanep/2/edit

The new form follows:

<form>
  <h1>Please enter data</h1>
  <input id="title" type="text" />
  <input id="name" type="text" />
  <input id="tickets" type="text" />
  <input type="button" value="Save" onclick="insert()" />
  <input type="button" value="Show data" onclick="show()" />
</form>
<div id="display"></div>

There is still some room for improvement, such as removing the onclick attributes (those bindings should be done via JavaScript, but that's beyond the scope of this question).

I've also made some changes to your JavaScript. I start by creating three empty arrays:

var titles  = [];
var names   = [];
var tickets = [];

Now that we have these, we'll need references to our input fields.

var titleInput  = document.getElementById("title");
var nameInput   = document.getElementById("name");
var ticketInput = document.getElementById("tickets");

I'm also getting a reference to our message display box.

var messageBox  = document.getElementById("display");

The insert() function uses the references to each input field to get their value. It then uses the push() method on the respective arrays to put the current value into the array.

Once it's done, it cals the clearAndShow() function which is responsible for clearing these fields (making them ready for the next round of input), and showing the combined results of the three arrays.

function insert ( ) {
 titles.push( titleInput.value );
 names.push( nameInput.value );
 tickets.push( ticketInput.value );

 clearAndShow();
}

This function, as previously stated, starts by setting the .value property of each input to an empty string. It then clears out the .innerHTML of our message box. Lastly, it calls the join() method on all of our arrays to convert their values into a comma-separated list of values. This resulting string is then passed into the message box.

function clearAndShow () {
  titleInput.value = "";
  nameInput.value = "";
  ticketInput.value = "";

  messageBox.innerHTML = "";

  messageBox.innerHTML += "Titles: " + titles.join(", ") + "<br/>";
  messageBox.innerHTML += "Names: " + names.join(", ") + "<br/>";
  messageBox.innerHTML += "Tickets: " + tickets.join(", ");
}

The final result can be used online at http://jsbin.com/ufanep/2/edit

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

String class and wrapper classes have different implementation of equals() and hashCode() methods than Object class. equals() method of Object class compares the references of the objects, not the contents. hashCode() method of Object class returns distinct hashcode for every single object whether the contents are same.

It leads problem when you use Map collection and the key is of Persistent type, StringBuffer/builder type. Since they don't override equals() and hashCode() unlike String class, equals() will return false when you compare two different objects even though both have same contents. It will make the hashMap storing same content keys. Storing same content keys means it is violating the rule of Map because Map doesnt allow duplicate keys at all. Therefore you override equals() as well as hashCode() methods in your class and provide the implementation(IDE can generate these methods) so that they work same as String's equals() and hashCode() and prevent same content keys.

You have to override hashCode() method along with equals() because equals() work according hashcode.

Moreover overriding hashCode() method along with equals() helps to intact the equals()-hashCode() contract: "If two objects are equal, then they must have the same hash code."

When do you need to write custom implementation for hashCode()?

As we know that internal working of HashMap is on principle of Hashing. There are certain buckets where entrysets get stored. You customize the hashCode() implementation according your requirement so that same category objects can be stored into same index. when you store the values into Map collection using put(k,v)method, the internal implementation of put() is:

put(k, v){
hash(k);
index=hash & (n-1);
}

Means, it generates index and the index is generated based on the hashcode of particular key object. So make this method generate hashcode according your requirement because same hashcode entrysets will be stored into same bucket or index.

That's it!

how to resolve DTS_E_OLEDBERROR. in ssis

If it is related to the SSIS Package check may be possible that your source db contains few null rows. After removing them this issue will not appear any more.

How do I update the GUI from another thread?

My version is to insert one line of recursive "mantra":

For no arguments:

    void Aaaaaaa()
    {
        if (InvokeRequired) { Invoke(new Action(Aaaaaaa)); return; } //1 line of mantra

        // Your code!
    }

For a function that has arguments:

    void Bbb(int x, string text)
    {
        if (InvokeRequired) { Invoke(new Action<int, string>(Bbb), new[] { x, text }); return; }
        // Your code!
    }

THAT is IT.


Some argumentation: Usually it is bad for code readability to put {} after an if () statement in one line. But in this case it is routine all-the-same "mantra". It doesn't break code readability if this method is consistent over the project. And it saves your code from littering (one line of code instead of five).

As you see if(InvokeRequired) {something long} you just know "this function is safe to call from another thread".

What is the default scope of a method in Java?

If you are not giving any modifier to your method then as default it will be Default modifier which has scope within package.
for more info you can refer http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_default_access_specifier_in_Java

Order Bars in ggplot2 bar graph

A simple dplyr based reordering of factors can solve this problem:

library(dplyr)

#reorder the table and reset the factor to that ordering
theTable %>%
  group_by(Position) %>%                              # calculate the counts
  summarize(counts = n()) %>%
  arrange(-counts) %>%                                # sort by counts
  mutate(Position = factor(Position, Position)) %>%   # reset factor
  ggplot(aes(x=Position, y=counts)) +                 # plot 
    geom_bar(stat="identity")                         # plot histogram

Are PHP Variables passed by value or by reference?

PHP variables are assigned by value, passed to functions by value and when containing/representing objects are passed by reference. You can force variables to pass by reference using an '&'.

Assigned by value/reference example:

$var1 = "test";
$var2 = $var1;
$var2 = "new test";
$var3 = &$var2;
$var3 = "final test";

print ("var1: $var1, var2: $var2, var3: $var3);

output:

var1: test, var2: final test, var3: final test

Passed by value/reference example:

$var1 = "foo";
$var2 = "bar";

changeThem($var1, $var2);

print "var1: $var1, var2: $var2";

function changeThem($var1, &$var2){
    $var1 = "FOO";
    $var2 = "BAR";
}

output:

var1: foo, var2 BAR

Object variables passed by reference example:

class Foo{
    public $var1;

    function __construct(){
        $this->var1 = "foo";
    }

    public function printFoo(){
        print $this->var1;
    }
}


$foo = new Foo();

changeFoo($foo);

$foo->printFoo();

function changeFoo($foo){
    $foo->var1 = "FOO";
}

output:

FOO

(The last example could be better probably.)

What is the difference between IQueryable<T> and IEnumerable<T>?

In simple words other major difference is that IEnumerable execute select query on server side, load data in-memory on client side and then filter data while IQueryable execute select query on server side with all filters.

ASP.Net MVC Redirect To A Different View

Here's what you can do:

return View("another view name", anotherviewmodel);

Trust Store vs Key Store - creating with keytool

To explain in common usecase/purpose or layman way:

TrustStore : As the name indicates, its normally used to store the certificates of trusted entities. A process can maintain a store of certificates of all its trusted parties which it trusts.

keyStore : Used to store the server keys (both public and private) along with signed cert.

During the SSL handshake,

  1. A client tries to access https://

  2. And thus, Server responds by providing a SSL certificate (which is stored in its keyStore)

  3. Now, the client receives the SSL certificate and verifies it via trustStore (i.e the client's trustStore already has pre-defined set of certificates which it trusts.). Its like : Can I trust this server ? Is this the same server whom I am trying to talk to ? No middle man attacks ?

  4. Once, the client verifies that it is talking to server which it trusts, then SSL communication can happen over a shared secret key.

Note : I am not talking here anything about client authentication on server side. If a server wants to do a client authentication too, then the server also maintains a trustStore to verify client. Then it becomes mutual TLS

Enter key press behaves like a Tab in Javascript

function return2tab (div)
{
    document.addEventListener('keydown', function (ev) {
        if (ev.key === "Enter" && ev.target.nodeName === 'INPUT') {

            var focusableElementsString = 'a[href], area[href], input:not([disabled]), select:not([disabled]), textarea:not([disabled]), button:not([disabled]), iframe, object, embed, [tabindex="0"], [contenteditable]';

            let ol= div.querySelectorAll(focusableElementsString);

            for (let i=0; i<ol.length; i++) {
                if (ol[i] === ev.target) {
                    let o= i<ol.length-1? ol[i+1]: o[0];
                    o.focus(); break;
                }
            }
            ev.preventDefault();
        }
    });
}

Tools for making latex tables in R

I'd like to add a mention of the "brew" package. You can write a brew template file which would be LaTeX with placeholders, and then "brew" it up to create a .tex file to \include or \input into your LaTeX. Something like:

\begin{tabular}{l l}
A & <%= fit$A %> \\
B & <%= fit$B %> \\
\end{tabular}

The brew syntax can also handle loops, so you can create a table row for each row of a dataframe.

How do I share variables between different .c files?

Those other variables would have to be declared public (use extern, public is for C++), and you would have to include that .c file. However, I recommend creating appropriate .h files to define all of your variables.

For example, for hello.c, you would have a hello.h, and hello.h would store your variable definitions. Then another .c file, such as world.c would have this piece of code at the top:

#include "hello.h"

That will allow world.c to use variables that are defined in hello.h

It's slightly more complicated than that though. You may use < > to include library files found on your OS's path. As a beginner I would stick all of your files in the same folder and use the " " syntax.

How to stash my previous commit?

It's works for me;

  1. Checkout on commit that is a origin of current branch.
  2. Create new branch from this commit.
  3. Checkout to new branch.
  4. Merge branch with code for stash in new branch.
  5. Make soft reset in new branch.
  6. Stash your target code.
  7. Remove new branch.

I recommend use something like a SourceTree for this.

Spark read file from S3 using sc.textFile ("s3n://...)

S3N is not a default file format. You need to build your version of Spark with a version of Hadoop that has the additional libraries used for AWS compatibility. Additional info I found here, https://www.hakkalabs.co/articles/making-your-local-hadoop-more-like-aws-elastic-mapreduce

How do I check if a variable is of a certain type (compare two types) in C?

C is statically typed language. You can't declare a function which operate on type A or type B, and you can't declare variable which hold type A or type B. Every variable has an explicitly declared and unchangeable type, and you supposed to use this knowledge.

And when you want to know if void * points to memory representation of float or integer - you have to store this information somewhere else. The language is specifically designed not to care if char * points to something stored as int or char.

Insert data into hive table

Try to use this with single quotes in data:

insert into table test_hive values ('1','puneet');

How to trim whitespace from a Bash variable?

#Execute this script with the string argument passed in double quotes !! 
#var2 gives the string without spaces.
#$1 is the string passed in double quotes
#!/bin/bash
var2=`echo $1 | sed 's/ \+//g'`
echo $var2

Laravel 5 call a model function in a blade view

I solve the problem. So simple. Syntax error.

  • App\Product
  • App\Service

enter image description here

But I also want to know how to pass a function with parameters to view....

Set variable in jinja

Nice shorthand for Multiple variable assignments

{% set label_cls, field_cls = "col-md-7", "col-md-3" %}

How to apply style classes to td classes?

table.classname td {
    font-size: 90%;
}

worked for me. thanks.

Delete column from SQLite table

In case anyone needs a (nearly) ready-to-use PHP function, the following is based on this answer:

/**
 * Remove a column from a table.
 * 
 * @param string $tableName The table to remove the column from.
 * @param string $columnName The column to remove from the table.
 */
public function DropTableColumn($tableName, $columnName)
{
    // --
    // Determine all columns except the one to remove.

    $columnNames = array();

    $statement = $pdo->prepare("PRAGMA table_info($tableName);");
    $statement->execute(array());
    $rows = $statement->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_OBJ);

    $hasColumn = false;

    foreach ($rows as $row)
    {
        if(strtolower($row->name) !== strtolower($columnName))
        {
            array_push($columnNames, $row->name);
        }
        else
        {
            $hasColumn = true;
        }
    }

    // Column does not exist in table, no need to do anything.
    if ( !$hasColumn ) return;

    // --
    // Actually execute the SQL.

    $columns = implode('`,`', $columnNames);

    $statement = $pdo->exec(
       "CREATE TABLE `t1_backup` AS SELECT `$columns` FROM `$tableName`;
        DROP TABLE `$tableName`;
        ALTER TABLE `t1_backup` RENAME TO `$tableName`;");
}

In contrast to other answers, the SQL used in this approach seems to preserve the data types of the columns, whereas something like the accepted answer seems to result in all columns to be of type TEXT.

Update 1:

The SQL used has the drawback that autoincrement columns are not preserved.

What does mysql error 1025 (HY000): Error on rename of './foo' (errorno: 150) mean?

Take a look in error file for your mysql database. According to Bug #26305 my sql do not give you the cause. This bug exists since MySQL 4.1 ;-)

How do I change the background color of the ActionBar of an ActionBarActivity using XML?

Use this - http://jgilfelt.github.io/android-actionbarstylegenerator/

Its an amazing tool that lets you customize your actionbar with a live preview.

I tried the earlier answers but always had problems with changing other colors like the tabs and letters and spent hours tweaking stuff. This tool helped me get my design done in just a couple of minutes.

Here's a screenshot of the tool

All the best! :)

How to import RecyclerView for Android L-preview

If anyone still has this issue - you don't have to change compileSdkVersion, this just defeats the whole purpose of support libraries.

Instead, use these in your gradle.build file:

compile 'com.android.support:cardview-v7:+'
compile 'com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:+'
compile 'com.android.support:palette-v7:+'`

Finding second occurrence of a substring in a string in Java

I hope I'm not late to the party.. Here is my answer. I like using Pattern/Matcher because it uses regex which should be more efficient. Yet, I think this answer could be enhanced:

    Matcher matcher = Pattern.compile("is").matcher("I think there is a smarter solution, isn't there?");
    int numOfOcurrences = 2;
    for(int i = 0; i < numOfOcurrences; i++) matcher.find();
    System.out.println("Index: " + matcher.start());

latex large division sign in a math formula

I found the answer I was looking for. The thing to use here is the construct of

\left \middle \right

For example, in this case, two possible solutions are:

$\left( {\frac{a_1}{a_2}} \middle/ {\frac{b_1}{b_2}} \right) $

Or, in case the brackets are not necessary:

$\left. {\frac{a_1}{a_2}} \middle/ {\frac{b_1}{b_2}} \right. $

syntaxerror: unexpected character after line continuation character in python

You need to quote that filename:

f = open("D\\python\\HW\\2_1 - Copy.cp", "r")

Otherwise the bare backslash after the D is interpreted as a line-continuation character, and should be followed by a newline. This is used to extend long expressions over multiple lines, for readability:

print "This is a long",\
      "line of text",\
      "that I'm printing."

Also, you shouldn't have semicolons (;) at the end of your statements in Python.

Why is SQL Server 2008 Management Studio Intellisense not working?

I tried all the fixes - taking databases offline and then bringing them online, installed Cumulative update 10, repaired SQL Server Installation, refreshed local cache, made changes to the required settings on SQL Server Management Studio but everything was in vain. Finally installing the correct service pack (SP1) did the trick for me !

Follow the link below, and download SQLServer2008R2SP1-KB2528583-x86-ENU.exe (or the x64 file for a x64 bit instance of SQL Server)

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=26727

Finally i have Intellisense enabled !

How to create a custom navigation drawer in android

I used below layout and able to achieve custom layout in Navigation View.

<android.support.design.widget.NavigationView
        android:id="@+id/navi_view"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:layout_gravity="start|top"
        android:background="@color/navigation_view_bg_color"
        app:theme="@style/NavDrawerTextStyle">

        <LinearLayout
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="match_parent"
            android:orientation="vertical">

            <include layout="@layout/drawer_header" />

            <include layout="@layout/navigation_drawer_menu" />
        </LinearLayout>
</android.support.design.widget.NavigationView> 

switch case statement error: case expressions must be constant expression

It was throwing me this error when I using switch in a function with variables declared in my class:

private void ShowCalendar(final Activity context, Point p, int type) 
{
    switch (type) {
        case type_cat:
            break;

        case type_region:
            break;

        case type_city:
            break;

        default:
            //sth
            break;
    }
}

The problem was solved when I declared final to the variables in the start of the class:

final int type_cat=1, type_region=2, type_city=3;

How to import a Python class that is in a directory above?

Here's a three-step, somewhat minimalist version of ThorSummoner's answer for the sake of clarity. It doesn't quite do what I want (I'll explain at the bottom), but it works okay.

Step 1: Make directory and setup.py

filepath_to/project_name/
    setup.py

In setup.py, write:

import setuptools

setuptools.setup(name='project_name')

Step 2: Install this directory as a package

Run this code in console:

python -m pip install --editable filepath_to/project_name

Instead of python, you may need to use python3 or something, depending on how your python is installed. Also, you can use -e instead of --editable.

Now, your directory will look more or less like this. I don't know what the egg stuff is.

filepath_to/project_name/
    setup.py
    test_3.egg-info/
        dependency_links.txt
        PKG-INFO
        SOURCES.txt
        top_level.txt

This folder is considered a python package and you can import from files in this parent directory even if you're writing a script anywhere else on your computer.

Step 3. Import from above

Let's say you make two files, one in your project's main directory and another in a sub directory. It'll look like this:

filepath_to/project_name/
    top_level_file.py
    subdirectory/
        subfile.py

    setup.py          |
    test_3.egg-info/  |----- Ignore these guys
        ...           |

Now, if top_level_file.py looks like this:

x = 1

Then I can import it from subfile.py, or really any other file anywhere else on your computer.

# subfile.py  OR  some_other_python_file_somewhere_else.py

import random # This is a standard package that can be imported anywhere.
import top_level_file # Now, top_level_file.py works similarly.

print(top_level_file.x)

This is different than what I was looking for: I hoped python had a one-line way to import from a file above. Instead, I have to treat the script like a module, do a bunch of boilerplate, and install it globally for the entire python installation to have access to it. It's overkill. If anyone has a simpler method than doesn't involve the above process or importlib shenanigans, please let me know.

Removing "bullets" from unordered list <ul>

ul.menu li a:before, ul.menu li .item:before, ul.menu li .separator:before {
  content: "\2022";
  font-family: FontAwesome;
  margin-right: 10px;
  display: inline;
  vertical-align: middle;
  font-size: 1.6em;
  font-weight: normal;
}

Is present in your site's CSS, looks like it's coming from a compiled CSS file from within your application. Perhaps from a plugin. Changing the name of the "menu" class you are using should resolve the issue.

Visual for you - http://i.imgur.com/d533SQD.png

Object of class stdClass could not be converted to string

You mentioned in another comment that you aren't expecting your get_userdata() function to return an stdClass object? If that is the case, you should mind this line in that function:

return $query->row();

Here, the CodeIgniter database object "$query" has its row() method called which returns an stdClass. Alternately, you could run row_array() which returns the same data in array form.

Anyway, I strongly suspect that this isn't the root cause of the problem. Can you give us some more details, perhaps? Play around with some things and let us know how it goes. We can't play with your code, so it's hard to say exactly what's going on.

Truncate/round whole number in JavaScript?

Travis Pessetto's answer along with mozey's trunc2 function were the only correct answers, considering how JavaScript represents very small or very large floating point numbers in scientific notation.

For example, parseInt(-2.2043642353916286e-15) will not correctly parse that input. Instead of returning 0 it will return -2.

This is the correct (and imho the least insane) way to do it:

function truncate(number)
{
    return number > 0
         ? Math.floor(number)
         : Math.ceil(number);
}

AngularJS $http, CORS and http authentication

For making a CORS request one must add headers to the request along with the same he needs to check of mode_header is enabled in Apache.

For enabling headers in Ubuntu:

sudo a2enmod headers

For php server to accept request from different origin use:

Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin *
Header set Access-Control-Allow-Methods "GET, POST, PUT, DELETE"
Header always set Access-Control-Allow-Headers "x-requested-with, Content-Type, origin, authorization, accept, client-security-token"

Get MIME type from filename extension

Most of the solutions are working but why take so efforts while we also can get mime type very easily. In System.Web assembly, there is method for getting the mime type from file name. eg:

string mimeType = MimeMapping.GetMimeMapping(filename);

How can I run code on a background thread on Android?

I want some code to run in the background continuously. I don't want to do it in a service. Is there any other way possible?

Most likely mechanizm that you are looking for is AsyncTask. It directly designated for performing background process on background Thread. Also its main benefit is that offers a few methods which run on Main(UI) Thread and make possible to update your UI if you want to annouce user about some progress in task or update UI with data retrieved from background process.

If you don't know how to start here is nice tutorial:

Note: Also there is possibility to use IntentService with ResultReceiver that works as well.

Closing Applications

Application.Exit is for Windows Forms applications - it informs all message pumps that they should terminate, waits for them to finish processing events and then terminates the application. Note that it doesn't necessarily force the application to exit.

Environment.Exit is applicable for all Windows applications, however it is mainly intended for use in console applications. It immediately terminates the process with the given exit code.

In general you should use Application.Exit in Windows Forms applications and Environment.Exit in console applications, (although I prefer to let the Main method / entry point run to completion rather than call Environment.Exit in console applications).

For more detail see the MSDN documentation.

How do I force git to checkout the master branch and remove carriage returns after I've normalized files using the "text" attribute?

Ahah! Checkout the previous commit, then checkout the master.

git checkout HEAD^
git checkout -f master

SQL update statement in C#

I dont want to use like this

That is the syntax for Update statement in SQL, you have to use that syntax otherwise you will get the exception.

command.Text = "UPDATE Student SET Address = @add, City = @cit Where FirstName = @fn AND LastName = @ln";

and then add your parameters accordingly.

command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@ln", lastName);
command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@fn", firstName);
command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@add", address);
command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@cit", city);  

IFrame: This content cannot be displayed in a frame

The X-Frame-Options is defined in the Http Header and not in the <head> section of the page you want to use in the iframe.

Accepted values are: DENY, SAMEORIGIN and ALLOW-FROM "url"

How to write multiple conditions in Makefile.am with "else if"

As you've discovered, you can't do that. You can do:

libtest_LIBS = 

...

if HAVE_CLIENT
libtest_LIBS += libclient.la
endif

if HAVE_SERVER
libtest_LIBS += libserver.la
endif

Google Chrome: This setting is enforced by your administrator

I found a better solution on the Chrome product forums by a user called Gary. The original thread is here.

Navigate to C:\Windows\System32\GroupPolicy

Open each subdirectory there and change the *.pol files to *.sav, E.g. registry.pol becomes registry.sav.

Hit Windows-Key + R, type the following in the box and hit enter

reg delete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Google\Chrome

In the command promt window that opens type: Yes and press Enter.

Restart Google Chrome and check whether you can change the search engine.

Force unmount of NFS-mounted directory

Try running

lsof | grep /mnt/data

That should list any process that is accessing /mnt/data that would prevent it from being unmounted.

How to add fixed button to the bottom right of page

You are specifying .fixedbutton in your CSS (a class) and specifying the id on the element itself.

Change your CSS to the following, which will select the id fixedbutton

#fixedbutton {
    position: fixed;
    bottom: 0px;
    right: 0px; 
}

Here's a jsFiddle courtesy of JoshC.

Using SVG as background image

You have set a fixed width and height in your svg tag. This is probably the root of your problem. Try not removing those and set the width and height (if needed) using CSS instead.

Printing long int value in C

Use printf("%ld",a);

Have a look at format specifiers for printf

How do I force my .NET application to run as administrator?

Adding a requestedExecutionLevel element to your manifest is only half the battle; you have to remember that UAC can be turned off. If it is, you have to perform the check the old school way and put up an error dialog if the user is not administrator
(call IsInRole(WindowsBuiltInRole.Administrator) on your thread's CurrentPrincipal).

Why doesn't Mockito mock static methods?

If you need to mock a static method, it is a strong indicator for a bad design. Usually, you mock the dependency of your class-under-test. If your class-under-test refers to a static method - like java.util.Math#sin for example - it means the class-under-test needs exactly this implementation (of accuracy vs. speed for example). If you want to abstract from a concrete sinus implementation you probably need an Interface (you see where this is going to)?

How to embed a Google Drive folder in a website

At the time of writing this answer, there was no method to embed which let the user navigate inside folders and view the files without her leaving the website (the method in other answers, makes everything open in a new tab on google drive website), so I made my own tool for it. To embed a drive, paste the iframe code below in your HTML:

<iframe src="https://googledriveembedder.collegefam.com/?key=YOUR_API_KEY&folderid=FOLDER_ID_WHIHCH_IS_PUBLICLY_VIEWABLE" style="border:none;" width="100%"></iframe>

In the above code, you need to have your own API key and the folder ID. You can set the height as per your wish.

To get the API key:

1.) Go to https://console.developers.google.com/ Create a new project.

2.) From the menu button, go to 'APIs and Services' --> 'Dashboard' --> Click on 'Enable APIs and Services'.

3.) Search for 'Google Drive API', enable it. Then go to "credentials' tab, and create credentials. Keep your API key unrestricted.

4.) Copy the newly generated API key.

To get the folder ID:

1.)Go to the google drive folder you want to embed (for example, drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1v7cGug_e3lNT0YjhvtYrwKV7dGY-Nyh5u [this is not a real folder]) Ensure that the folder is publicly shared and visible to anyone.

2.) Copy the part after 'folders/', this is your folder ID.

Now put both the API key and folder id in the above code and embed.

Note: To hide the download button for files, add '&allowdl=no' at the end of the iframe's src URL.

I made the widget keeping mobile users in mind, however it suits both mobile and desktop. If you run into issues, leave a comment here. I have attached some screenshots of the content of the iframe here.

The file preview looks like this The content of the iframe looks like this

How to export all data from table to an insertable sql format?

Command to get the database backup from linux machine terminal.

sqlcmd -S localhost -U SA -Q "BACKUP DATABASE [demodb] TO DISK = N'/var/opt/mssql/data/demodb.bak' WITH NOFORMAT, NOINIT, NAME = 'demodb-full', SKIP, NOREWIND, NOUNLOAD, STATS = 10"

Backup and restore SQL Server databases on Linux

How to upload files to server using Putty (ssh)

You need an scp client. Putty is not one. You can use WinSCP or PSCP. Both are free software.

Android "Only the original thread that created a view hierarchy can touch its views."

When using AsyncTask Update the UI in onPostExecute method

    @Override
    protected void onPostExecute(String s) {
   // Update UI here

     }

subquery in codeigniter active record

$this->db->where('`id` IN (SELECT `someId` FROM `anotherTable` WHERE `someCondition`='condition')', NULL, FALSE);

Source : http://www.247techblog.com/use-write-sub-queries-codeigniter-active-records-condition-full-explaination/

Deleting multiple elements from a list

You can do that way on a dict, not on a list. In a list elements are in sequence. In a dict they depend only on the index.

Simple code just to explain it by doing:

>>> lst = ['a','b','c']
>>> dct = {0: 'a', 1: 'b', 2:'c'}
>>> lst[0]
'a'
>>> dct[0]
'a'
>>> del lst[0]
>>> del dct[0]
>>> lst[0]
'b'
>>> dct[0]
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<pyshell#19>", line 1, in <module>
    dct[0]
KeyError: 0
>>> dct[1]
'b'
>>> lst[1]
'c'

A way to "convert" a list in a dict is:

>>> dct = {}
>>> for i in xrange(0,len(lst)): dct[i] = lst[i]

The inverse is:

lst = [dct[i] for i in sorted(dct.keys())] 

Anyway I think it's better to start deleting from the higher index as you said.

ActiveRecord: size vs count

As the other answers state:

  • count will perform an SQL COUNT query
  • length will calculate the length of the resulting array
  • size will try to pick the most appropriate of the two to avoid excessive queries

But there is one more thing. We noticed a case where size acts differently to count/lengthaltogether, and I thought I'd share it since it is rare enough to be overlooked.

  • If you use a :counter_cache on a has_many association, size will use the cached count directly, and not make an extra query at all.

    class Image < ActiveRecord::Base
      belongs_to :product, counter_cache: true
    end
    
    class Product < ActiveRecord::Base
      has_many :images
    end
    
    > product = Product.first  # query, load product into memory
    > product.images.size      # no query, reads the :images_count column
    > product.images.count     # query, SQL COUNT
    > product.images.length    # query, loads images into memory
    

This behaviour is documented in the Rails Guides, but I either missed it the first time or forgot about it.

ImportError: No module named site on Windows

I have an application which relies heavily on Python and have kept up-to-date with python 2.7.x as new versions are released. Everthing has been fine until 2.7.11 when I got the same "No module named site" error. I've set PYTHONHOME to c:\Python27 and it's working. But the mystery remains why this is now needed when it wasn't with previous releases. And, if it is needed, why doesn't the installer set this var?

How to open local files in Swagger-UI

My environment,
Firefox 45.9 , Windows 7
swagger-ui ie 3.x

I did the unzip and the petstore comes up fine in a Firefox tab. I then opened a new Firefox tab and went to File > Open File and opened my swagger.json file. The file comes up clean, ie as a file.

I then copied the 'file location' from Firefox ( ie the URL location eg: file:///D:/My%20Applications/Swagger/swagger-ui-master/dist/MySwagger.json ).

I then went back to the swagger UI tab and pasted the file location text into the swagger UI explore window and my swagger came up clean.

Hope this helps.

How to add manifest permission to an application?

I am late but i want to complete the answer.

An permission is added in manifest.xml like

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

This is enough for standard permissions where no permission is prompted to the user. However, it is not enough to add permission only to manifest if it is a dangerous permission. See android doc. Like Camera, Storage permissions.

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

You will need to ask permission from user. I use RxPermission library that is widely used library for asking permission. Because it is long code which we have to write to ask permission.

RxPermissions rxPermissions = new RxPermissions(this); // where this is an Activity instance // Must be done during an initialization phase like onCreate
rxPermissions
    .request(Manifest.permission.CAMERA)
    .subscribe(granted -> {
        if (granted) { // Always true pre-M
           // I can control the camera now
        } else {
           // Oups permission denied
        }
    });

Add this library to your app

allprojects {
    repositories {
        ...
        maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
    }
}

dependencies {
    implementation 'com.github.tbruyelle:rxpermissions:0.10.1'
    implementation 'com.jakewharton.rxbinding2:rxbinding:2.1.1'
}

Delete all SYSTEM V shared memory and semaphores on UNIX-like systems

Since you mentioned that you're working on a NFS system, do you have access to those semaphores and shared memory? I think you misunderstood what they are, they are an API code that enables processes to communicate with each other, semaphores are a solution for preventing race conditions and for threads to communicate with each other, in simple answer, they do not leave any residue on any filesystem.

Unless you are using an socket or a pipe? Do you have the necessary permissions to remove them, why are they on an NFS system?

Hope this helps, Best regards, Tom.

Not able to install Python packages [SSL: TLSV1_ALERT_PROTOCOL_VERSION]

The following solution worked for me:

brew install python2

It also upgraded pip to version 1.10.1

How do I remedy "The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document." warning?

In my case, it was because my publishing profile (Publish to local IIS site) was somehow set to Release Configuration, despite the fact that the global build configuration was set to Debug. Modified the publishing profile to Debug configuration solved the issue for me.

Convert to binary and keep leading zeros in Python

When using Python >= 3.6, the cleanest way is to use f-strings with string formatting:

>>> var = 23
>>> f"{var:#010b}"
'0b00010111'

Explanation:

  • var the variable to format
  • : everything after this is the format specifier
  • # use the alternative form (adds the 0b prefix)
  • 0 pad with zeros
  • 10 pad to a total length off 10 (this includes the 2 chars for 0b)
  • b use binary representation for the number

How to extract this specific substring in SQL Server?

select substring(your_field, CHARINDEX(';',your_field)+1 ,CHARINDEX('[',your_field)-CHARINDEX(';',your_field)-1) from your_table

Can't get the others to work. I believe you just want what is in between ';' and '[' in all cases regardless of how long the string in between is. After specifying the field in the substring function, the second argument is the starting location of what you will extract. That is, where the ';' is + 1 (fourth position - the c), because you don't want to include ';'. The next argument takes the location of the '[' (position 14) and subtracts the location of the spot after the ';' (fourth position - this is why I now subtract 1 in the query). This basically says substring(field,location I want substring to begin, how long I want substring to be). I've used this same function in other cases. If some of the fields don't have ';' and '[', you'll want to filter those out in the "where" clause, but that's a little different than the question. If your ';' was say... ';;;', you would use 3 instead of 1 in the example. Hope this helps!

The smallest difference between 2 Angles

There is no need to compute trigonometric functions. The simple code in C language is:

#include <math.h>
#define PIV2 M_PI+M_PI
#define C360 360.0000000000000000000
double difangrad(double x, double y)
{
double arg;

arg = fmod(y-x, PIV2);
if (arg < 0 )  arg  = arg + PIV2;
if (arg > M_PI) arg  = arg - PIV2;

return (-arg);
}
double difangdeg(double x, double y)
{
double arg;
arg = fmod(y-x, C360);
if (arg < 0 )  arg  = arg + C360;
if (arg > 180) arg  = arg - C360;
return (-arg);
}

let dif = a - b , in radians

dif = difangrad(a,b);

let dif = a - b , in degrees

dif = difangdeg(a,b);

difangdeg(180.000000 , -180.000000) = 0.000000
difangdeg(-180.000000 , 180.000000) = -0.000000
difangdeg(359.000000 , 1.000000) = -2.000000
difangdeg(1.000000 , 359.000000) = 2.000000

No sin, no cos, no tan,.... only geometry!!!!

Darken CSS background image?

You can use the CSS3 Linear Gradient property along with your background-image like this:

#landing-wrapper {
    display:table;
    width:100%;
    background: linear-gradient( rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5), rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5) ), url('landingpagepic.jpg');
    background-position:center top;
    height:350px;
}

Here's a demo:

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  background: linear-gradient(rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5), rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5)), url('http://placehold.it/350x150');_x000D_
  background-position: center top;_x000D_
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}
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How to toggle boolean state of react component?

Use checked to get the value. During onChange, checked will be true and it will be a type of boolean.

Hope this helps!

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AngularJS $watch window resize inside directive

// Following is angular 2.0 directive for window re size that adjust scroll bar for give element as per your tag

---- angular 2.0 window resize directive.
import { Directive, ElementRef} from 'angular2/core';

@Directive({
       selector: '[resize]',
       host: { '(window:resize)': 'onResize()' } // Window resize listener
})

export class AutoResize {

element: ElementRef; // Element that associated to attribute.
$window: any;
       constructor(_element: ElementRef) {

         this.element = _element;
         // Get instance of DOM window.
         this.$window = angular.element(window);

         this.onResize();

    }

    // Adjust height of element.
    onResize() {
         $(this.element.nativeElement).css('height', (this.$window.height() - 163) + 'px');
   }
}

How to get previous page url using jquery

Use can use one of below this

history.back();     // equivalent to clicking back button
history.go(-1);     // equivalent to history.back();

I am using as below for back button

<a class="btn btn-info float-right" onclick="history.back();" >Back</a>

Hide element by class in pure Javascript

Array.filter( document.getElementsByClassName('appBanner'), function(elem){ elem.style.visibility = 'hidden'; });

Forked @http://jsfiddle.net/QVJXD/

Set database from SINGLE USER mode to MULTI USER

This worked fine for me.

Step 1. Right click on database engine, click on activity monitor and see which process is having connection. Kill that particular user and execute the query Immediately.

Step 2.

USE [master];
GO
ALTER DATABASE [YourDatabaseNameHere] SET MULTI_USER WITH NO_WAIT;
GO  

and refresh the database.

How to redirect to Index from another controller?

You can use the overloads method RedirectToAction(string actionName, string controllerName);

Example:

RedirectToAction(nameof(HomeController.Index), "Home");

How to assign execute permission to a .sh file in windows to be executed in linux

As far as I know the permission system in Linux is set up in such a way to prevent exactly what you are trying to accomplish.

I think the best you can do is to give your Linux user a custom unzip one-liner to run on the prompt:

unzip zip_name.zip && chmod +x script_name.sh

If there are multiple scripts that you need to give execute permission to, write a grant_perms.sh as follows:

#!/bin/bash
# file: grant_perms.sh

chmod +x script_1.sh
chmod +x script_2.sh
...
chmod +x script_n.sh

(You can put the scripts all on one line for chmod, but I found separate lines easier to work with in vim and with shell script commands.)

And now your unzip one-liner becomes:

unzip zip_name.zip && source grant_perms.sh

Note that since you are using source to run grant_perms.sh, it doesn't need execute permission

ClassCastException, casting Integer to Double

I think the main problem is that you are casting using wrapper class, seems that they are incompatible types.

But another issue is that "i" is an int so you are casting the final result and you should cast i as well. Also try using the keyword "double" to cast and not "Double" wrapper class.

You can check here:

Hope this helps. I found the thread useful but I think this helps further clarify it.

List of strings to one string

My vote is string.Join

No need for lambda evaluations and temporary functions to be created, fewer function calls, less stack pushing and popping.

jQuery check if attr = value

Just remove the .val(). Like:

if ( $('html').attr('lang') == 'fr-FR' ) {
    // do this
} else {
    // do that
}

How to print to the console in Android Studio?

I had solve the issue by revoking my USB debugging authorizations.

To Revoke,

Go to Device Settings > Enable Developer Options > Revoke USB debugging authorizations

Is it possible to start activity through adb shell?

For example this will start XBMC:

adb shell am start -a android.intent.action.MAIN -n org.xbmc.xbmc/android.app.NativeActivity

(More general answers are already posted, but I missed a nice example here.)

What is java pojo class, java bean, normal class?

POJO stands for Plain Old Java Object, and would be used to describe the same things as a "Normal Class" whereas a JavaBean follows a set of rules. Most commonly Beans use getters and setters to protect their member variables, which are typically set to private and have a no-argument public constructor. Wikipedia has a pretty good rundown of JavaBeans: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JavaBeans

POJO is usually used to describe a class that doesn't need to be a subclass of anything, or implement specific interfaces, or follow a specific pattern.

Append value to empty vector in R?

FWIW: analogous to python's append():

b <- 1
b <- c(b, 2)

WPF ListView - detect when selected item is clicked

These are all great suggestions, but if I were you, I would do this in your view model. Within your view model, you can create a relay command that you can then bind to the click event in your item template. To determine if the same item was selected, you can store a reference to your selected item in your view model. I like to use MVVM Light to handle the binding. This makes your project much easier to modify in the future, and allows you to set the binding in Blend.

When all is said and done, your XAML will look like what Sergey suggested. I would avoid using the code behind in your view. I'm going to avoid writing code in this answer, because there is a ton of examples out there.

Here is one: How to use RelayCommand with the MVVM Light framework

If you require an example, please comment, and I will add one.

~Cheers

I said I wasn't going to do an example, but I am. Here you go.

1) In your project, add MVVM Light Libraries Only.

2) Create a class for your view. Generally speaking, you have a view model for each view (view: MainWindow.xaml && viewModel: MainWindowViewModel.cs)

3) Here is the code for the very, very, very basic view model:

All included namespace (if they show up here, I am assuming you already added the reference to them. MVVM Light is in Nuget)

using GalaSoft.MvvmLight;
using GalaSoft.MvvmLight.CommandWpf;
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Collections.ObjectModel;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

Now add a basic public class:

/// <summary>
/// Very basic model for example
/// </summary>
public class BasicModel 
{
    public string Id { get; set; }
    public string Text { get; set; }

    /// <summary>
    /// Constructor
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="text"></param>
    public BasicModel(string text)
    {
        this.Id = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
        this.Text = text;
    }
}

Now create your viewmodel:

public class MainWindowViewModel : ViewModelBase
{
    public MainWindowViewModel()
    {
        ModelsCollection = new ObservableCollection<BasicModel>(new List<BasicModel>() {
            new BasicModel("Model one")
            , new BasicModel("Model two")
            , new BasicModel("Model three")
        });
    }

    private BasicModel _selectedBasicModel;

    /// <summary>
    /// Stores the selected mode.
    /// </summary>
    /// <remarks>This is just an example, may be different.</remarks>
    public BasicModel SelectedBasicModel 
    {
        get { return _selectedBasicModel; }
        set { Set(() => SelectedBasicModel, ref _selectedBasicModel, value); }
    }

    private ObservableCollection<BasicModel> _modelsCollection;

    /// <summary>
    /// List to bind to
    /// </summary>
    public ObservableCollection<BasicModel> ModelsCollection
    {
        get { return _modelsCollection; }
        set { Set(() => ModelsCollection, ref _modelsCollection, value); }
    }        
}

In your viewmodel, add a relaycommand. Please note, I made this async and had it pass a parameter.

    private RelayCommand<string> _selectItemRelayCommand;
    /// <summary>
    /// Relay command associated with the selection of an item in the observablecollection
    /// </summary>
    public RelayCommand<string> SelectItemRelayCommand
    {
        get
        {
            if (_selectItemRelayCommand == null)
            {
                _selectItemRelayCommand = new RelayCommand<string>(async (id) =>
                {
                    await selectItem(id);
                });
            }

            return _selectItemRelayCommand;
        }
        set { _selectItemRelayCommand = value; }
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// I went with async in case you sub is a long task, and you don't want to lock you UI
    /// </summary>
    /// <returns></returns>
    private async Task<int> selectItem(string id)
    {
        this.SelectedBasicModel = ModelsCollection.FirstOrDefault(x => x.Id == id);
        Console.WriteLine(String.Concat("You just clicked:", SelectedBasicModel.Text));
        //Do async work

        return await Task.FromResult(1);
    }

In the code behind for you view, create a property for you viewmodel and set the datacontext for your view to the viewmodel (please note, there are other ways to do this, but I am trying to make this a simple example.)

public partial class MainWindow : Window
{
    public MainWindowViewModel MyViewModel { get; set; }
    public MainWindow()
    {
        InitializeComponent();

        MyViewModel = new MainWindowViewModel();
        this.DataContext = MyViewModel;
    }
}

In your XAML, you need to add some namespaces to the top of your code

<Window x:Class="Basic_Binding.MainWindow"
    xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"
    xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"
    xmlns:i="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/2010/interactivity"
    xmlns:Custom="clr-namespace:GalaSoft.MvvmLight;assembly=GalaSoft.MvvmLight"
    Title="MainWindow" Height="350" Width="525">

I added "i" and "Custom."

Here is the ListView:

<ListView 
        Grid.Row="0" 
        Grid.Column="0" 
        HorizontalContentAlignment="Stretch"
        ItemsSource="{Binding ModelsCollection}"
        ItemTemplate="{DynamicResource BasicModelDataTemplate}">
    </ListView>

Here is the ItemTemplate for the ListView:

<DataTemplate x:Key="BasicModelDataTemplate">
        <Grid>
            <TextBlock Text="{Binding Text}">
                <i:Interaction.Triggers>
                    <i:EventTrigger EventName="MouseLeftButtonUp">
                        <i:InvokeCommandAction 
                            Command="{Binding DataContext.SelectItemRelayCommand, 
                                RelativeSource={RelativeSource FindAncestor, 
                                        AncestorType={x:Type ItemsControl}}}"
                            CommandParameter="{Binding Id}">                                
                        </i:InvokeCommandAction>
                    </i:EventTrigger>
                </i:Interaction.Triggers>
            </TextBlock>
        </Grid>
    </DataTemplate>

Run your application, and check out the output window. You can use a converter to handle the styling of the selected item.

This may seem really complicated, but it makes life a lot easier down the road when you need to separate your view from your ViewModel (e.g. develop a ViewModel for multiple platforms.) Additionally, it makes working in Blend 10x easier. Once you develop your ViewModel, you can hand it over to a designer who can make it look very artsy :). MVVM Light adds some functionality to make Blend recognize your ViewModel. For the most part, you can do just about everything you want to in the ViewModel to affect the view.

If anyone reads this, I hope you find this helpful. If you have questions, please let me know. I used MVVM Light in this example, but you could do this without MVVM Light.

~Cheers

Android Imagebutton change Image OnClick

You can do it right in your XML file:

android:onClick="@drawable/ic_action_search"

Setting std=c99 flag in GCC

Instead of calling /usr/bin/gcc, use /usr/bin/c99. This is the Single-Unix-approved way of invoking a C99 compiler. On an Ubuntu system, this points to a script which invokes gcc after having added the -std=c99 flag, which is precisely what you want.

CakePHP find method with JOIN

There are two main ways that you can do this. One of them is the standard CakePHP way, and the other is using a custom join.

It's worth pointing out that this advice is for CakePHP 2.x, not 3.x.

The CakePHP Way

You would create a relationship with your User model and Messages Model, and use the containable behavior:

class User extends AppModel {
    public $actsAs = array('Containable');
    public $hasMany = array('Message');
}

class Message extends AppModel {
    public $actsAs = array('Containable');
    public $belongsTo = array('User');
}

You need to change the messages.from column to be messages.user_id so that cake can automagically associate the records for you.

Then you can do this from the messages controller:

$this->Message->find('all', array(
    'contain' => array('User')
    'conditions' => array(
        'Message.to' => 4
    ),
    'order' => 'Message.datetime DESC'
));

The (other) CakePHP way

I recommend using the first method, because it will save you a lot of time and work. The first method also does the groundwork of setting up a relationship which can be used for any number of other find calls and conditions besides the one you need now. However, cakePHP does support a syntax for defining your own joins. It would be done like this, from the MessagesController:

$this->Message->find('all', array(
    'joins' => array(
        array(
            'table' => 'users',
            'alias' => 'UserJoin',
            'type' => 'INNER',
            'conditions' => array(
                'UserJoin.id = Message.from'
            )
        )
    ),
    'conditions' => array(
        'Message.to' => 4
    ),
    'fields' => array('UserJoin.*', 'Message.*'),
    'order' => 'Message.datetime DESC'
));

Note, I've left the field name messages.from the same as your current table in this example.

Using two relationships to the same model

Here is how you can do the first example using two relationships to the same model:

class User extends AppModel {
    public $actsAs = array('Containable');
    public $hasMany = array(
        'MessagesSent' => array(
            'className'  => 'Message',
            'foreignKey' => 'from'
         )
    );
    public $belongsTo = array(
        'MessagesReceived' => array(
            'className'  => 'Message',
            'foreignKey' => 'to'
         )
    );
}

class Message extends AppModel {
    public $actsAs = array('Containable');
    public $belongsTo = array(
        'UserFrom' => array(
            'className'  => 'User',
            'foreignKey' => 'from'
        )
    );
    public $hasMany = array(
        'UserTo' => array(
            'className'  => 'User',
            'foreignKey' => 'to'
        )
    );
}

Now you can do your find call like this:

$this->Message->find('all', array(
    'contain' => array('UserFrom')
    'conditions' => array(
        'Message.to' => 4
    ),
    'order' => 'Message.datetime DESC'
));

How to check if a user likes my Facebook Page or URL using Facebook's API

Though this post has been here for quite a while, the solutions are not pure JS. Though Jason noted that requesting permissions is not ideal, I consider it a good thing since the user can reject it explicitly. I still post this code, though (almost) the same thing can also be seen in another post by ifaour. Consider this the JS only version without too much attention to detail.

The basic code is rather simple:

FB.api("me/likes/SOME_ID", function(response) {
    if ( response.data.length === 1 ) { //there should only be a single value inside "data"
        console.log('You like it');
    } else {
        console.log("You don't like it");
    }
});

ALternatively, replace me with the proper UserID of someone else (you might need to alter the permissions below to do this, like friends_likes) As noted, you need more than the basic permission:

FB.login(function(response) {
    //do whatever you need to do after a (un)successfull login         
}, { scope: 'user_likes' });

Delete all items from a c++ std::vector

I think you should use std::vector::clear:

vec.clear();

EDIT:

Doesn't clear destruct the elements held by the vector?

Yes it does. It calls the destructor of every element in the vector before returning the memory. That depends on what "elements" you are storing in the vector. In the following example, I am storing the objects them selves inside the vector:

class myclass
{
public:
    ~myclass()
    {

    }
...
};

std::vector<myclass> myvector;
...
myvector.clear(); // calling clear will do the following:
// 1) invoke the deconstrutor for every myclass
// 2) size == 0 (the vector contained the actual objects).

If you want to share objects between different containers for example, you could store pointers to them. In this case, when clear is called, only pointers memory is released, the actual objects are not touched:

std::vector<myclass*> myvector;
...
myvector.clear(); // calling clear will do:
// 1) ---------------
// 2) size == 0 (the vector contained "pointers" not the actual objects).

For the question in the comment, I think getVector() is defined like this:

std::vector<myclass> getVector();

Maybe you want to return a reference:

// vector.getVector().clear() clears m_vector in this case
std::vector<myclass>& getVector(); 

Laravel 4: Redirect to a given url

You can use different types of redirect method in laravel -

return redirect()->intended('http://heera.it');

OR

return redirect()->to('http://heera.it');

OR

use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Redirect;

return Redirect::to('/')->with(['type' => 'error','message' => 'Your message'])->withInput(Input::except('password'));

OR

return redirect('/')->with(Auth::logout());

OR

return redirect()->route('user.profile', ['step' => $step, 'id' => $id]);

AngularJs: How to check for changes in file input fields?

Similar to some of the other good answers here, I wrote a directive to solve this problem, but this implementation more closely mirrors the angular way of attaching events.

You can use the directive like this:

HTML

<input type="file" file-change="yourHandler($event, files)" />

As you can see, you can inject the files selected into your event handler, as you would inject an $event object into any ng event handler.

Javascript

angular
  .module('yourModule')
  .directive('fileChange', ['$parse', function($parse) {

    return {
      require: 'ngModel',
      restrict: 'A',
      link: function ($scope, element, attrs, ngModel) {

        // Get the function provided in the file-change attribute.
        // Note the attribute has become an angular expression,
        // which is what we are parsing. The provided handler is 
        // wrapped up in an outer function (attrHandler) - we'll 
        // call the provided event handler inside the handler()
        // function below.
        var attrHandler = $parse(attrs['fileChange']);

        // This is a wrapper handler which will be attached to the
        // HTML change event.
        var handler = function (e) {

          $scope.$apply(function () {

            // Execute the provided handler in the directive's scope.
            // The files variable will be available for consumption
            // by the event handler.
            attrHandler($scope, { $event: e, files: e.target.files });
          });
        };

        // Attach the handler to the HTML change event 
        element[0].addEventListener('change', handler, false);
      }
    };
  }]);

Download history stock prices automatically from yahoo finance in python

When you're going to work with such time series in Python, pandas is indispensable. And here's the good news: it comes with a historical data downloader for Yahoo: pandas.io.data.DataReader.

from pandas.io.data import DataReader
from datetime import datetime

ibm = DataReader('IBM',  'yahoo', datetime(2000, 1, 1), datetime(2012, 1, 1))
print(ibm['Adj Close'])

Here's an example from the pandas documentation.

Update for pandas >= 0.19:

The pandas.io.data module has been removed from pandas>=0.19 onwards. Instead, you should use the separate pandas-datareader package. Install with:

pip install pandas-datareader

And then you can do this in Python:

import pandas_datareader as pdr
from datetime import datetime

ibm = pdr.get_data_yahoo(symbols='IBM', start=datetime(2000, 1, 1), end=datetime(2012, 1, 1))
print(ibm['Adj Close'])

Downloading from Google Finance is also supported.

There's more in the documentation of pandas-datareader.

Chrome not rendering SVG referenced via <img> tag

looks like a Chrome bug, i did something else as i almost got crazy because of this... using Chrom debugger if you change the css of the svg object it shows on the screen.

so what i did was: 1. check for screen size 2. listen to the "load" event of my SVG object 3. when the element is loaded i change its css using jQuery 4. it did the trick for me

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  jQuery('object#mysvg-logo')[0].addEventListener('load', function() {_x000D_
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  }, true);_x000D_
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}
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width: 180px;
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<object id="mysvg-logo" type="image/svg+xml" data="my svg logo url here">Your browser does not support SVG</object>
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Multiple conditions in if statement shell script

You are trying to compare strings inside an arithmetic command (((...))). Use [[ instead.

if [[ $username == "$username1" && $password == "$password1" ]] ||
   [[ $username == "$username2" && $password == "$password2" ]]; then

Note that I've reduced this to two separate tests joined by ||, with the && moved inside the tests. This is because the shell operators && and || have equal precedence and are simply evaluated from left to right. As a result, it's not generally true that a && b || c && d is equivalent to the intended ( a && b ) || ( c && d ).

python dataframe pandas drop column using int

You can use the following line to drop the first two columns (or any column you don't need):

df.drop([df.columns[0], df.columns[1]], axis=1)

Reference

Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 43148176 bytes) in php

At last I found the answer:

Just add this line before the line where you get error in your php file

ini_set('memory_limit', '-1');

It will take unlimited memory usage of server, it's working fine.

Consider '44M' instead of '-1' for safe memory usage.

Javascript add method to object

This all depends on how you're creating Foo, and how you intend to use .bar().

First, are you using a constructor-function for your object?

var myFoo = new Foo();

If so, then you can extend the Foo function's prototype property with .bar, like so:

function Foo () { /*...*/ }
Foo.prototype.bar = function () { /*...*/ };

var myFoo = new Foo();
myFoo.bar();

In this fashion, each instance of Foo now has access to the SAME instance of .bar.
To wit: .bar will have FULL access to this, but will have absolutely no access to variables within the constructor function:

function Foo () { var secret = 38; this.name = "Bob"; }
Foo.prototype.bar = function () { console.log(secret); };
Foo.prototype.otherFunc = function () { console.log(this.name); };

var myFoo = new Foo();
myFoo.otherFunc(); // "Bob";
myFoo.bar(); // error -- `secret` is undefined...
             // ...or a value of `secret` in a higher/global scope

In another way, you could define a function to return any object (not this), with .bar created as a property of that object:

function giveMeObj () {
    var private = 42,
        privateBar = function () { console.log(private); },
        public_interface = {
            bar : privateBar
        };

    return public_interface;
}

var myObj = giveMeObj();
myObj.bar(); // 42

In this fashion, you have a function which creates new objects.
Each of those objects has a .bar function created for them.
Each .bar function has access, through what is called closure, to the "private" variables within the function that returned their particular object.
Each .bar still has access to this as well, as this, when you call the function like myObj.bar(); will always refer to myObj (public_interface, in my example Foo).

The downside to this format is that if you are going to create millions of these objects, that's also millions of copies of .bar, which will eat into memory.

You could also do this inside of a constructor function, setting this.bar = function () {}; inside of the constructor -- again, upside would be closure-access to private variables in the constructor and downside would be increased memory requirements.

So the first question is:
Do you expect your methods to have access to read/modify "private" data, which can't be accessed through the object itself (through this or myObj.X)?

and the second question is: Are you making enough of these objects so that memory is going to be a big concern, if you give them each their own personal function, instead of giving them one to share?

For example, if you gave every triangle and every texture their own .draw function in a high-end 3D game, that might be overkill, and it would likely affect framerate in such a delicate system...

If, however, you're looking to create 5 scrollbars per page, and you want each one to be able to set its position and keep track of if it's being dragged, without letting every other application have access to read/set those same things, then there's really no reason to be scared that 5 extra functions are going to kill your app, assuming that it might already be 10,000 lines long (or more).

Where does Jenkins store configuration files for the jobs it runs?

The best approach would be to keep your job configurations in a Jenkinsfile that live in source control.

How to add Class in <li> using wp_nav_menu() in Wordpress?

HERE WordPress add custom class in wp_nav_menu links

OR you can add class <li class='my_own_class'><a href=''>Link</a></li> from admin panel:

  1. Go to YOURSITEURL/wp-admin/nav-menus.php

  2. open SCREEN OPTIONS

  3. make checked CSS CLASSES, then you will see CSS Classes (optional) field in each menu link.

What's the difference between TRUNCATE and DELETE in SQL

Truncate and Delete in SQL are two commands which is used to remove or delete data from table. Though quite basic in nature both Sql commands can create lot of trouble until you are familiar with details before using it. An Incorrect choice of command can result is either very slow process or can even blew up log segment, if too much data needs to be removed and log segment is not enough. That's why it's critical to know when to use truncate and delete command in SQL but before using these you should be aware of the Differences between Truncate and Delete, and based upon them, we should be able to find out when DELETE is better option for removing data or TRUNCATE should be used to purge tables.

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How can I get a Dialog style activity window to fill the screen?

You may add this values to your style android:windowMinWidthMajor and android:windowMinWidthMinor

<style name="Theme_Dialog" parent="android:Theme.Holo.Dialog">
    ...
    <item name="android:windowMinWidthMajor">97%</item>
    <item name="android:windowMinWidthMinor">97%</item>
</style>

Python sys.argv lists and indexes

As explained in the different asnwers already, sys.argv contains the command line arguments that called your Python script.

However, Python comes with libraries that help you parse command line arguments very easily. Namely, the new standard argparse. Using argparse would spare you the need to write a lot of boilerplate code.

PySpark: withColumn() with two conditions and three outcomes

The withColumn function in pyspark enables you to make a new variable with conditions, add in the when and otherwise functions and you have a properly working if then else structure. For all of this you would need to import the sparksql functions, as you will see that the following bit of code will not work without the col() function. In the first bit, we declare a new column -'new column', and then give the condition enclosed in when function (i.e. fruit1==fruit2) then give 1 if the condition is true, if untrue the control goes to the otherwise which then takes care of the second condition (fruit1 or fruit2 is Null) with the isNull() function and if true 3 is returned and if false, the otherwise is checked again giving 0 as the answer.

from pyspark.sql import functions as F
df=df.withColumn('new_column', 
    F.when(F.col('fruit1')==F.col('fruit2'), 1)
    .otherwise(F.when((F.col('fruit1').isNull()) | (F.col('fruit2').isNull()), 3))
    .otherwise(0))

how to draw a rectangle in HTML or CSS?

Use <div id="rectangle" style="width:number px; height:number px; background-color:blue"></div>

This will create a blue rectangle.

C dynamically growing array

These posts apparently are in the wrong order! This is #1 in a series of 3 posts. Sorry.

In attempting to use Lie Ryan's code, I had problems retrieving stored information. The vector's elements are not stored contiguously,as you can see by "cheating" a bit and storing the pointer to each element's address (which of course defeats the purpose of the dynamic array concept) and examining them.

With a bit of tinkering, via:

ss_vector* vector; // pull this out to be a global vector

// Then add the following to attempt to recover stored values.

int return_id_value(int i,apple* aa) // given ptr to component,return data item
{   printf("showing apple[%i].id = %i and  other_id=%i\n",i,aa->id,aa->other_id);
    return(aa->id);
}

int Test(void)  // Used to be "main" in the example
{   apple* aa[10]; // stored array element addresses
    vector = ss_init_vector(sizeof(apple));
    // inserting some items
    for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
    {   aa[i]=init_apple(i);
        printf("apple id=%i and  other_id=%i\n",aa[i]->id,aa[i]->other_id);
        ss_vector_append(vector, aa[i]);
     }   
 // report the number of components
 printf("nmbr of components in vector = %i\n",(int)vector->size);
 printf(".*.*array access.*.component[5] = %i\n",return_id_value(5,aa[5]));
 printf("components of size %i\n",(int)sizeof(apple));
 printf("\n....pointer initial access...component[0] = %i\n",return_id_value(0,(apple *)&vector[0]));
 //.............etc..., followed by
 for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
 {   printf("apple[%i].id = %i at address %i, delta=%i\n",i,    return_id_value(i,aa[i]) ,(int)aa[i],(int)(aa[i]-aa[i+1]));
 }   
// don't forget to free it
ss_vector_free(vector);
return 0;
}

It's possible to access each array element without problems, as long as you know its address, so I guess I'll try adding a "next" element and use this as a linked list. Surely there are better options, though. Please advise.

What is the difference between single-quoted and double-quoted strings in PHP?

' Single quoted

The simplest way to specify a string is to enclose it in single quotes. Single quote is generally faster, and everything quoted inside treated as plain string.

Example:

echo 'Start with a simple string';
echo 'String\'s apostrophe';
echo 'String with a php variable'.$name;

" Double quoted

Use double quotes in PHP to avoid having to use the period to separate code (Note: Use curly braces {} to include variables if you do not want to use concatenation (.) operator) in string.

Example:

echo "Start with a simple string";
echo "String's apostrophe";
echo "String with a php variable {$name}";

Is there a performance benefit single quote vs double quote in PHP?

Yes. It is slightly faster to use single quotes.

PHP won't use additional processing to interpret what is inside the single quote. when you use double quotes PHP has to parse to check if there are any variables within the string.

differences between using wmode="transparent", "opaque", or "window" for an embedded object on a webpage

One bizarre thing is that in Chrome + Firefox, the MOUSE_LEAVE event isn't dispatched for OPAQUE and TRANSPARENT.

With WINDOW it works fine. That one took some time to find out! grr...

(note: jediericb mentioned this bug - which is similar but doesn't mention MOUSE_LEAVE)

How to install maven on redhat linux

I made the following script:

#!/bin/bash

# Target installation location
MAVEN_HOME="/your/path/here"

# Link to binary tar.gz archive
# See https://maven.apache.org/download.cgi?html_a_name#Files
MAVEN_BINARY_TAR_GZ_ARCHIVE="http://www.trieuvan.com/apache/maven/maven-3/3.3.9/binaries/apache-maven-3.3.9-bin.tar.gz"

# Configuration parameters used to start up the JVM running Maven, i.e. "-Xms256m -Xmx512m"
# See https://maven.apache.org/configure.html
MAVEN_OPTS="" # Optional (not needed)

if [[ ! -d $MAVEN_HOME ]]; then
  # Create nonexistent subdirectories recursively
  mkdir -p $MAVEN_HOME

  # Curl location of tar.gz archive & extract without first directory
  curl -L $MAVEN_BINARY_TAR_GZ_ARCHIVE | tar -xzf - -C $MAVEN_HOME --strip 1

  # Creating a symbolic/soft link to Maven in the primary directory of executable commands on the system
  ln -s $MAVEN_HOME/bin/mvn /usr/bin/mvn

  # Permanently set environmental variable (if not null)
  if [[ -n $MAVEN_OPTS ]]; then
    echo "export MAVEN_OPTS=$MAVEN_OPTS" >> ~/.bashrc
  fi

  # Using MAVEN_HOME, MVN_HOME, or M2 as your env var is irrelevant, what counts
  # is your $PATH environment.
  # See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26609922/maven-home-mvn-home-or-m2-home
  echo "export PATH=$MAVEN_HOME/bin:$PATH" >> ~/.bashrc
else
  # Do nothing if target installation directory already exists
  echo "'$MAVEN_HOME' already exists, please uninstall existing maven first."
fi

Convert Enumeration to a Set/List

You can use Collections.list() to convert an Enumeration to a List in one line:

List<T> list = Collections.list(enumeration);

There's no similar method to get a Set, however you can still do it one line:

Set<T> set = new HashSet<T>(Collections.list(enumeration));