Programs & Examples On #Formencode

FormEncode is a python web validation and form generation package.

onChange and onSelect in DropDownList

Simply & Easy : JavaScript code :

function JoinedOrNot(){
    var cat = document.getElementById("mySelect");
    if(cat.value == "yes"){
        document.getElementById("mySelect1").disabled = false;
    }else{
        document.getElementById("mySelect1").disabled = true;
    }
}

just add in this line [onChange="JoinedOrNot()"] : <select id="mySelect" onchange="JoinedOrNot()">

it's work fine ;)

how to compare the Java Byte[] array?

Because neither == nor the equals() method of the array compare the contents; both only evaluate object identity (== always does, and equals() is not overwritten, so the version from Object is being used).

For comparing the contents, use Arrays.equals().

How do we download a blob url video

There are a variety of ways to get the URL .m3u8 either by viewing the source of a page, looking at the Network tab in the Developer Tools in Chrome, or using a plugin such as HDL/HLS Video Downloader.

With the .m3u8 URL in hand you can then use ffmpeg to download the video to a file like so:

$ ffmpeg -i 'https://url/to/some/file.m3u8' -bsf:a aac_adtstoasc \
    -vcodec copy -c copy -crf 50 file.mp4

Changing Java Date one hour back

It worked for me instead using format .To work with time just use parse and toString() methods

String localTime="6:11"; LocalTime localTime = LocalTime.parse(localtime)

LocalTime lt = 6:11; localTime = lt.toString()

Regular expression to limit number of characters to 10

grep '^[0-9]\{1,16\}' | wc -l

Gives the counts with exact match count with limit

align 3 images in same row with equal spaces?

  • Option 1:

    • Instead of putting the images inside div put each one of them inside a span.
    • Float 1st and 2nd image to left.
    • Give some left padding to the 2nd image.
    • Float the right image to right.

Always remember to add overflow:hidden to the parent (if you have one) of all the images because using floats with images have some side effects.

  • Option 2 (Preferred):

    • Put all the images inside a table with border="0".
    • Make the width of the table 100%.

This will be the best way to make sure the 2nd image is alligned to the center always without worrying for the exact width of the table.

Something like below:

<table width="100%" border="0">
  <tr>    
  <td><img src="@Url.Content("~/images/image1.bmp")" alt="" align="left" /></td>
  <td><img src="@Url.Content("~/images/image2.bmp")" alt="" align="center" /></td>
  <td><img src="@Url.Content("~/images/image3.bmp")" alt="" align="right"/></td>
  </tr>
</table>

docker: executable file not found in $PATH

I found the same problem. I did the following:

docker run -ti devops -v /tmp:/tmp /bin/bash

When I change it to

docker run -ti -v /tmp:/tmp devops /bin/bash

it works fine.

Difference between require, include, require_once and include_once?

Use "include" for reusable PHP templates. Use "require" for required libraries.

"*_once" is nice, because it checks whether the file is already loaded or not, but it only makes sense for me in "require_once".

Remove xticks in a matplotlib plot?

This snippet might help in removing the xticks only.

from matplotlib import pyplot as plt    
plt.xticks([])

This snippet might help in removing the xticks and yticks both.

from matplotlib import pyplot as plt    
plt.xticks([]),plt.yticks([])

How do I declare an array variable in VBA?

You have to declare the array variable as an array:

Dim test(10) As Variant

ArrayList - How to modify a member of an object?

Try this.This works while traversing the code and modifying the fields at once of all the elements of Arraylist.

public Employee(String name,String email){
this.name=name;
this.email=email;
}

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

public String getName() {
return name;
}

public void setEmail(String email) {
this.email = email;
}

public String getEmail() {
return email;
}

for(int i=0;i++){
List.get(i).setName("Anonymous");
List.get(i).setEmail("[email protected]");
}

Redefine tab as 4 spaces

There are few settings which define whether to use spaces or tabs.

So here are handy functions which can be defined in your ~/.vimrc file:

function! UseTabs()
  set tabstop=4     " Size of a hard tabstop (ts).
  set shiftwidth=4  " Size of an indentation (sw).
  set noexpandtab   " Always uses tabs instead of space characters (noet).
  set autoindent    " Copy indent from current line when starting a new line (ai).
endfunction

function! UseSpaces()
  set tabstop=2     " Size of a hard tabstop (ts).
  set shiftwidth=2  " Size of an indentation (sw).
  set expandtab     " Always uses spaces instead of tab characters (et).
  set softtabstop=0 " Number of spaces a <Tab> counts for. When 0, featuer is off (sts).
  set autoindent    " Copy indent from current line when starting a new line.
  set smarttab      " Inserts blanks on a <Tab> key (as per sw, ts and sts).
endfunction

Usage:

:call UseTabs()
:call UseSpaces()

To use it per file extensions, the following syntax can be used (added to .vimrc):

au! BufWrite,FileWritePre *.module,*.install call UseSpaces()

See also: Converting tabs to spaces.


Here is another snippet from Wikia which can be used to toggle between tabs and spaces:

" virtual tabstops using spaces
set shiftwidth=4
set softtabstop=4
set expandtab
" allow toggling between local and default mode
function TabToggle()
  if &expandtab
    set shiftwidth=8
    set softtabstop=0
    set noexpandtab
  else
    set shiftwidth=4
    set softtabstop=4
    set expandtab
  endif
endfunction
nmap <F9> mz:execute TabToggle()<CR>'z

It enables using 4 spaces for every tab and a mapping to F9 to toggle the settings.

Reporting (free || open source) Alternatives to Crystal Reports in Winforms

You can use an RDLC file provided in visual studio to define your report layout. You can view the rdlc using the ReportViewer control.

Both are provided out of the box with visual studio.

How can I simulate an array variable in MySQL?

You can achieve this in MySQL using WHILE loop:

SET @myArrayOfValue = '2,5,2,23,6,';

WHILE (LOCATE(',', @myArrayOfValue) > 0)
DO
    SET @value = ELT(1, @myArrayOfValue);
    SET @myArrayOfValue= SUBSTRING(@myArrayOfValue, LOCATE(',',@myArrayOfValue) + 1);

    INSERT INTO `EXEMPLE` VALUES(@value, 'hello');
END WHILE;

EDIT: Alternatively you can do it using UNION ALL:

INSERT INTO `EXEMPLE`
(
 `value`, `message`
)
(
 SELECT 2 AS `value`, 'hello' AS `message`
 UNION ALL
 SELECT 5 AS `value`, 'hello' AS `message`
 UNION ALL
 SELECT 2 AS `value`, 'hello' AS `message`
 UNION ALL
 ...
);

Implicit type conversion rules in C++ operators

This answer is directed in large part at a comment made by @RafalDowgird:

"The minimum size of operations is int." - This would be very strange (what about architectures that efficiently support char/short operations?) Is this really in the C++ spec?

Keep in mind that the C++ standard has the all-important "as-if" rule. See section 1.8: Program Execution:

3) This provision is sometimes called the "as-if" rule, because an implementation is free to disregard any requirement of the Standard as long as the result is as if the requirement had been obeyed, as far as can be determined from the observable behavior of the program.

The compiler cannot set an int to be 8 bits in size, even if it were the fastest, since the standard mandates a 16-bit minimum int.

Therefore, in the case of a theoretical computer with super-fast 8-bit operations, the implicit promotion to int for arithmetic could matter. However, for many operations, you cannot tell if the compiler actually did the operations in the precision of an int and then converted to a char to store in your variable, or if the operations were done in char all along.

For example, consider unsigned char = unsigned char + unsigned char + unsigned char, where addition would overflow (let's assume a value of 200 for each). If you promoted to int, you would get 600, which would then be implicitly down cast into an unsigned char, which would wrap modulo 256, thus giving a final result of 88. If you did no such promotions,you'd have to wrap between the first two additions, which would reduce the problem from 200 + 200 + 200 to 144 + 200, which is 344, which reduces to 88. In other words, the program does not know the difference, so the compiler is free to ignore the mandate to perform intermediate operations in int if the operands have a lower ranking than int.

This is true in general of addition, subtraction, and multiplication. It is not true in general for division or modulus.

Delete worksheet in Excel using VBA

try this within your if statements:

Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Worksheets(“Sheetname”).Delete
Application.DisplayAlerts = True

Hexadecimal string to byte array in C

This is a modified function from a similar question, modified as per the suggestion of https://stackoverflow.com/a/18267932/700597.

This function will convert a hexadecimal string - NOT prepended with "0x" - with an even number of characters to the number of bytes specified. It will return -1 if it encounters an invalid character, or if the hex string has an odd length, and 0 on success.

//convert hexstring to len bytes of data
//returns 0 on success, -1 on error
//data is a buffer of at least len bytes
//hexstring is upper or lower case hexadecimal, NOT prepended with "0x"
int hex2data(unsigned char *data, const unsigned char *hexstring, unsigned int len)
{
    unsigned const char *pos = hexstring;
    char *endptr;
    size_t count = 0;

    if ((hexstring[0] == '\0') || (strlen(hexstring) % 2)) {
        //hexstring contains no data
        //or hexstring has an odd length
        return -1;
    }

    for(count = 0; count < len; count++) {
        char buf[5] = {'0', 'x', pos[0], pos[1], 0};
        data[count] = strtol(buf, &endptr, 0);
        pos += 2 * sizeof(char);

        if (endptr[0] != '\0') {
            //non-hexadecimal character encountered
            return -1;
        }
    }

    return 0;
}

Instagram API: How to get all user media?

You're right, the Instagram API will only return 20 images per call. So you'll have to use the pagination feature.

If you're trying to use the API console. You'll want to first allow the API console to authenticate via your Instagram login. To do this you'll want to select OAUTH2 under the Authentication dropdown.

Once Authenticated, use the left hand side menu to select the users/{user-id}/media/recent endpoint. So for the sake of this post for {user-id} you can just replace it with self. This will then use your account to retrieve information.

At a bare minimum that is what's needed to do a GET for this endpoint. Once you send, you'll get some json returned to you. At the very top of the returned information after all the server info, you'll see a pagination portion with next_url and next_max_id.

next_max_id is what you'll use as a parameter for your query. Remember max_id is the id of the image that is the oldest of the 20 that was first returned. This will be used to return images earlier than this image.

You don't have to use the max_id if you don't want to. You can actually just grab the id of the image where you'd like to start querying more images from.

So from the returned data, copy the max_id into the parameter max_id. The request URL should look something like this https://api.instagram.com/v1/users/self/media/recent?max_id=XXXXXXXXXXX where XXXXXXXXXXX is the max_id. Hit send again and you should get the next 20 photos.

From there you'll also receive an updated max_id. You can then use that again to get the next set of 20 photos until eventually going through all of the user's photos.

What I've done in the project I'm working on is to load the first 20 photos returned from the initial recent media request. I then, assign the images with a data-id (-id can actually be whatever you'd like it to be). Then added a load more button on the bottom of the photo set.

When the button is clicked, I use jQuery to grab the last image and it's data-id attribute and use that to create a get call via ajax and append the results to the end of the photos already on the page. Instead of a button you could just replace it to have a infinite scrolling effect.

Hope that helps.

CSS - center two images in css side by side

Flexbox can do this with just two css rules on a surrounding div.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.social-media{_x000D_
    display: flex;_x000D_
    justify-content: center;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="social-media">_x000D_
<a href="mailto:[email protected]">_x000D_
<img class="fblogo" border="0" alt="Mail" src="http://olympiahaacht.be/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/FacebookButtonRevised-e1334605872360.jpg"/></a>_x000D_
<a href="https://www.facebook.com/OlympiaHaacht" target="_blank">_x000D_
<img class="fblogo" border="0" alt="Facebook" src="http://olympiahaacht.be/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/FacebookButtonRevised-e1334605872360.jpg"/></a>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

php get values from json encode

json_decode will return the same array that was originally encoded. For instanse, if you

$array = json_decode($json, true);
echo $array['countryId'];

OR

$obj= json_decode($json);

echo $obj->countryId;

These both will echo 84. I think json_encode and json_decode function names are self-explanatory...

Replace spaces with dashes and make all letters lower-case

Above answer can be considered to be confusing a little. String methods are not modifying original object. They return new object. It must be:

var str = "Sonic Free Games";
str = str.replace(/\s+/g, '-').toLowerCase(); //new object assigned to var str

Display PNG image as response to jQuery AJAX request

You'll need to send the image back base64 encoded, look at this: http://php.net/manual/en/function.base64-encode.php

Then in your ajax call change the success function to this:

$('.div_imagetranscrits').html('<img src="data:image/png;base64,' + data + '" />');

Change the value in app.config file dynamically

Expanding on Adis H's example to include the null case (got bit on this one)

 Configuration config = ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfiguration(ConfigurationUserLevel.None);
            if (config.AppSettings.Settings["HostName"] != null)
                config.AppSettings.Settings["HostName"].Value = hostName;
            else                
                config.AppSettings.Settings.Add("HostName", hostName);                
            config.Save(ConfigurationSaveMode.Modified);
            ConfigurationManager.RefreshSection("appSettings");

How to make g++ search for header files in a specific directory?

A/code.cpp

#include <B/file.hpp>

A/a/code2.cpp

#include <B/file.hpp>

Compile using:

g++ -I /your/source/root /your/source/root/A/code.cpp
g++ -I /your/source/root /your/source/root/A/a/code2.cpp

Edit:

You can use environment variables to change the path g++ looks for header files. From man page:

Some additional environments variables affect the behavior of the preprocessor.

   CPATH
   C_INCLUDE_PATH
   CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH
   OBJC_INCLUDE_PATH

Each variable's value is a list of directories separated by a special character, much like PATH, in which to look for header files. The special character, "PATH_SEPARATOR", is target-dependent and determined at GCC build time. For Microsoft Windows-based targets it is a semicolon, and for almost all other targets it is a colon.

CPATH specifies a list of directories to be searched as if specified with -I, but after any paths given with -I options on the command line. This environment variable is used regardless of which language is being preprocessed.

The remaining environment variables apply only when preprocessing the particular language indicated. Each specifies a list of directories to be searched as if specified with -isystem, but after any paths given with -isystem options on the command line.

In all these variables, an empty element instructs the compiler to search its current working directory. Empty elements can appear at the beginning or end of a path. For instance, if the value of CPATH is ":/special/include", that has the same effect as -I. -I/special/include.

There are many ways you can change an environment variable. On bash prompt you can do this:

$ export CPATH=/your/source/root
$ g++ /your/source/root/A/code.cpp
$ g++ /your/source/root/A/a/code2.cpp

You can of course add this in your Makefile etc.

Grant execute permission for a user on all stored procedures in database?

Without over-complicating the problem, to grant the EXECUTE on chosen database:

USE [DB]
GRANT EXEC TO [User_Name];

How to export a table dataframe in PySpark to csv?

If you cannot use spark-csv, you can do the following:

df.rdd.map(lambda x: ",".join(map(str, x))).coalesce(1).saveAsTextFile("file.csv")

If you need to handle strings with linebreaks or comma that will not work. Use this:

import csv
import cStringIO

def row2csv(row):
    buffer = cStringIO.StringIO()
    writer = csv.writer(buffer)
    writer.writerow([str(s).encode("utf-8") for s in row])
    buffer.seek(0)
    return buffer.read().strip()

df.rdd.map(row2csv).coalesce(1).saveAsTextFile("file.csv")

How to set selected value of jquery select2?

    $("#select_location_id").val(value);
    $("#select_location_id").select2().trigger('change');

I solved my problem with this simple code. Where #select_location_id is an ID of select box and value is value of an option listed in select2 box.

How to include Authorization header in cURL POST HTTP Request in PHP?

use "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded" instead of "application/json"

To get total number of columns in a table in sql

In MS-SQL Server 7+:

SELECT count(*)
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS
WHERE TABLE_NAME = 'mytable'

How can I query a value in SQL Server XML column

select
  Roles
from
  MyTable
where
  Roles.value('(/root/role)[1]', 'varchar(max)') like 'StringToSearchFor'

In case your column is not XML, you need to convert it. You can also use other syntax to query certain attributes of your XML data. Here is an example...

Let's suppose that data column has this:

<Utilities.CodeSystems.CodeSystemCodes iid="107" CodeSystem="2" Code="0001F" CodeTags="-19-"..../>

... and you only want the ones where CodeSystem = 2 then your query will be:

select 
  [data] 
from
  [dbo].[CodeSystemCodes_data]
  
where
  CAST([data] as XML).value('(/Utilities.CodeSystems.CodeSystemCodes/@CodeSystem)[1]', 'varchar(max)') = '2'

These pages will show you more about how to query XML in T-SQL:

Querying XML fields using t-sql

Flattening XML Data in SQL Server

EDIT

After playing with it a little bit more, I ended up with this amazing query that uses CROSS APPLY. This one will search every row (role) for the value you put in your like expression...

Given this table structure:

create table MyTable (Roles XML)

insert into MyTable values
('<root>
   <role>Alpha</role>
   <role>Gamma</role>
   <role>Beta</role>
</root>')

We can query it like this:

select * from 

(select 
       pref.value('(text())[1]', 'varchar(32)') as RoleName
from 
       MyTable CROSS APPLY

       Roles.nodes('/root/role') AS Roles(pref)
)  as Result

where RoleName like '%ga%'

You can check the SQL Fiddle here: http://sqlfiddle.com/#!18/dc4d2/1/0

Make A List Item Clickable (HTML/CSS)

The key is to give the anchor links a display property of "block" and a width property of 100%.

Making list-items clickable (example):

HTML:

<ul>
    <li><a href="">link1</a></li>
    <li><a href="">link2</a></li>
    <li><a href="">link3</a></li>
</ul>

CSS:

ul {
  list-style-type: none;
  margin: 0;
  padding: 0;
}
ul li a {
  display: block;
  width: 100%;
  text-decoration: none;
  padding: 5px;
}
ul li a:hover {
  background-color: #ccc;
}

add class with JavaScript

Simply add a class name to the beginning of the funciton and the 2nd and 3rd arguments are optional and the magic is done for you!

function getElementsByClass(searchClass, node, tag) {

  var classElements = new Array();

  if (node == null)

    node = document;

  if (tag == null)

    tag = '*';

  var els = node.getElementsByTagName(tag);

  var elsLen = els.length;

  var pattern = new RegExp('(^|\\\\s)' + searchClass + '(\\\\s|$)');

  for (i = 0, j = 0; i < elsLen; i++) {

    if (pattern.test(els[i].className)) {

      classElements[j] = els[i];

      j++;

    }

  }

  return classElements;

}

Convert Go map to json

Since this question was asked/last answered, support for non string key types for maps for json Marshal/UnMarshal has been added through the use of TextMarshaler and TextUnmarshaler interfaces here. You could just implement these interfaces for your key types and then json.Marshal would work as expected.

package main

import (
    "encoding/json"
    "fmt"
    "strconv"
)

// Num wraps the int value so that we can implement the TextMarshaler and TextUnmarshaler 
type Num int

func (n *Num) UnmarshalText(text []byte) error {
    i, err := strconv.Atoi(string(text))
    if err != nil {
        return err
    }
    *n = Num(i)
    return nil
}

func (n Num) MarshalText() (text []byte, err error) {
    return []byte(strconv.Itoa(int(n))), nil
}

type Foo struct {
    Number Num    `json:"number"`
    Title  string `json:"title"`
}

func main() {
    datas := make(map[Num]Foo)

    for i := 0; i < 10; i++ {
        datas[Num(i)] = Foo{Number: 1, Title: "test"}
    }

    jsonString, err := json.Marshal(datas)
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }

    fmt.Println(datas)
    fmt.Println(jsonString)

    m := make(map[Num]Foo)
    err = json.Unmarshal(jsonString, &m)
    if err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }

    fmt.Println(m)
}

Output:

map[1:{1 test} 2:{1 test} 4:{1 test} 7:{1 test} 8:{1 test} 9:{1 test} 0:{1 test} 3:{1 test} 5:{1 test} 6:{1 test}]
[123 34 48 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 49 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 50 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 51 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 52 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 53 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 54 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 55 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 56 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 44 34 57 34 58 123 34 110 117 109 98 101 114 34 58 34 49 34 44 34 116 105 116 108 101 34 58 34 116 101 115 116 34 125 125]
map[4:{1 test} 5:{1 test} 6:{1 test} 7:{1 test} 0:{1 test} 2:{1 test} 3:{1 test} 1:{1 test} 8:{1 test} 9:{1 test}]

SQL Server stored procedure Nullable parameter

You can/should set your parameter to value to DBNull.Value;

if (variable == "")
{
     cmd.Parameters.Add("@Param", SqlDbType.VarChar, 500).Value = DBNull.Value;
}
else
{
     cmd.Parameters.Add("@Param", SqlDbType.VarChar, 500).Value = variable;
}

Or you can leave your server side set to null and not pass the param at all.

Android - Best and safe way to stop thread

I used this method.

Looper.myLooper().quit();

you can try.

Finding local IP addresses using Python's stdlib

Simple yet sweet!

def getip():

    import socket
    hostname= socket.gethostname()
    ip=socket.gethostbyname(hostname)

    return(ip)

(HTML) Download a PDF file instead of opening them in browser when clicked

The behaviour should depend on how the browser is set up to handle various MIME types. In this case the MIME type is application/pdf. If you want to force the browser to download the file you can try forcing a different MIME type on the PDF files. I recommend against this as it should be the users choice what will happen when they open a PDF file.

Git merge develop into feature branch outputs "Already up-to-date" while it's not

git pull origin develop

Since pulling a branch into another directly merges them together

How do I get list of all tables in a database using TSQL?

select * from sysobjects where xtype='U'

Ignoring upper case and lower case in Java

You ignore case when you treat the data, not when you retrieve/store it. If you want to store everything in lowercase use String#toLowerCase, in uppercase use String#toUpperCase.

Then when you have to actually treat it, you may use out of the bow methods, like String#equalsIgnoreCase(java.lang.String). If nothing exists in the Java API that fulfill your needs, then you'll have to write your own logic.

Go: panic: runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference

The nil pointer dereference is in line 65 which is the defer in

res, err := client.Do(req)
defer res.Body.Close()

if err != nil {
    return nil, err
}

If err!= nil then res==nil and res.Body panics. Handle err before defering the res.Body.Close().

Editing hosts file to redirect url?

You can't. A redirect requires a webserver to accept the first request and send back the redirect. The "hosts" file just lets you set your own DNS records.

How do I read image data from a URL in Python?

To directly get image as numpy array without using PIL

import requests, io
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt 

response = requests.get(url).content
img = plt.imread(io.BytesIO(response), format='JPG')
plt.imshow(img)

One-line list comprehension: if-else variants

You can do that with list comprehension too:

A=[[x*100, x][x % 2 != 0] for x in range(1,11)]
print A

Html.BeginForm and adding properties

I know this is old but you could create a custom extension if you needed to create that form over and over:

public static MvcForm BeginMultipartForm(this HtmlHelper htmlHelper)
{
    return htmlHelper.BeginForm(null, null, FormMethod.Post, 
     new Dictionary<string, object>() { { "enctype", "multipart/form-data" } });
}

Usage then just becomes

<% using(Html.BeginMultipartForm()) { %>

Print a list in reverse order with range()?

Use the 'range' built-in function. The signature is range(start, stop, step). This produces a sequence that yields numbers, starting with start, and ending if stop has been reached, excluding stop.

>>> range(9,-1,-1)   
    [9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0]
>>> range(-2, 6, 2)
    [-2, 0, 2, 4]

In Python 3, this produces a non-list range object, which functions effectively like a read-only list (but uses way less memory, particularly for large ranges).

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.

How to show two figures using matplotlib?

Alternatively to calling plt.show() at the end of the script, you can also control each figure separately doing:

f = plt.figure(1)
plt.hist........
............
f.show()

g = plt.figure(2)
plt.hist(........
................
g.show()

raw_input()

In this case you must call raw_input to keep the figures alive. This way you can select dynamically which figures you want to show

Note: raw_input() was renamed to input() in Python 3

What is the use of a cursor in SQL Server?

cursor are used because in sub query we can fetch record row by row so we use cursor to fetch records

Example of cursor:

DECLARE @eName varchar(50), @job varchar(50)

DECLARE MynewCursor CURSOR -- Declare cursor name

FOR
Select eName, job FROM emp where deptno =10

OPEN MynewCursor -- open the cursor

FETCH NEXT FROM MynewCursor
INTO @eName, @job

PRINT @eName + ' ' + @job -- print the name

WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0

BEGIN

FETCH NEXT FROM MynewCursor 
INTO @ename, @job

PRINT @eName +' ' + @job -- print the name

END

CLOSE MynewCursor

DEALLOCATE MynewCursor

OUTPUT:

ROHIT                           PRG  
jayesh                          PRG
Rocky                           prg
Rocky                           prg

How to use jQuery in chrome extension?

And it works fine, but I am having the concern whether the scripts added to be executed in this manner are being executed asynchronously. If yes then it can happen that work.js runs even before jQuery (or other libraries which I may add in future).

That shouldn't really be a concern: you queue up scripts to be executed in a certain JS context, and that context can't have a race condition as it's single-threaded.

However, the proper way to eliminate this concern is to chain the calls:

chrome.browserAction.onClicked.addListener(function (tab) {
    chrome.tabs.executeScript({
        file: 'thirdParty/jquery-2.0.3.js'
    }, function() {
        // Guaranteed to execute only after the previous script returns
        chrome.tabs.executeScript({
            file: 'work.js'
        });
    });
});

Or, generalized:

function injectScripts(scripts, callback) {
  if(scripts.length) {
    var script = scripts.shift();
    chrome.tabs.executeScript({file: script}, function() {
      if(chrome.runtime.lastError && typeof callback === "function") {
        callback(false); // Injection failed
      }
      injectScripts(scripts, callback);
    });
  } else {
    if(typeof callback === "function") {
      callback(true);
    }
  }
}

injectScripts(["thirdParty/jquery-2.0.3.js", "work.js"], doSomethingElse);

Or, promisified (and brought more in line with the proper signature):

function injectScript(tabId, injectDetails) {
  return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    chrome.tabs.executeScript(tabId, injectDetails, (data) => {
      if (chrome.runtime.lastError) {
        reject(chrome.runtime.lastError.message);
      } else {
        resolve(data);
      }
    });
  });
}

injectScript(null, {file: "thirdParty/jquery-2.0.3.js"}).then(
  () => injectScript(null, {file: "work.js"})
).then(
  () => doSomethingElse
).catch(
  (error) => console.error(error)
);

Or, why the heck not, async/await-ed for even clearer syntax:

function injectScript(tabId, injectDetails) {
  return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    chrome.tabs.executeScript(tabId, injectDetails, (data) => {
      if (chrome.runtime.lastError) {
        reject(chrome.runtime.lastError.message);
      } else {
        resolve(data);
      }
    });
  });
}

try {
  await injectScript(null, {file: "thirdParty/jquery-2.0.3.js"});
  await injectScript(null, {file: "work.js"});
  doSomethingElse();
} catch (err) {
  console.error(err);
}

Note, in Firefox you can just use browser.tabs.executeScript as it will return a Promise.

How can I align button in Center or right using IONIC framework?

center tag aligns the buttons within it as expected:  

<ion-footer>
    <ion-toolbar>
        <center>
            <button royal>
                Contacts
                <ion-icon name="contact"></ion-icon>
            </button>
            <button secondary>
                Receive
                <ion-icon name="arrow-round-back"></ion-icon>
            </button>
            <button danger>
                Wallet
                <ion-icon name="home"></ion-icon>
            </button>
            <button secondary>
                Send
                <ion-icon name="send"></ion-icon>
            </button>
            <button danger>
                Transactions
                <ion-icon name="archive"></ion-icon>
            </button>
            <button danger>
                About
                <ion-icon name="information-circle"></ion-icon>
            </button>
        </center>
    </ion-toolbar>
</ion-footer>

Stretch image to fit full container width bootstrap

First of all if the size of the image is smaller than the container, then only "img-fluid" class will not solve your problem. you have to set the width of image to 100%, for that you can use Bootstrap class "w-100". keep in mind that "container-fluid" and "col-12" class sets left and right padding to 15px and "row" class sets left and right margin to "-15px" by default. make sure to set them to 0.

Note: "px-0" is a bootstrap class which sets left and right padding to 0 and
"mx-0" is a bootstrap class which sets left and right margin to 0

P.S. i am using Bootstrap 4.0 version.

 <div class="container-fluid px-0">
        <div class="row mx-0">
            <div class="col-12 px-0">
            <img src="images/top.jpg" class="img-fluid w-100">
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>

Angular 2 router.navigate

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Ref: https://angular.io/docs/ts/latest/api/router/index/NavigationExtras-interface.html

Fastest way to get the first object from a queryset in django?

Now, in Django 1.9 you have first() method for querysets.

YourModel.objects.all().first()

This is a better way than .get() or [0] because it does not throw an exception if queryset is empty, Therafore, you don't need to check using exists()

Is there a standardized method to swap two variables in Python?

Python evaluates expressions from left to right. Notice that while evaluating an assignment, the right-hand side is evaluated before the left-hand side.

Python docs: Evaluation order

That means the following for the expression a,b = b,a :

  • The right-hand side b,a is evaluated, that is to say, a tuple of two elements is created in the memory. The two elements are the objects designated by the identifiers b and a, that were existing before the instruction is encountered during the execution of the program.
  • Just after the creation of this tuple, no assignment of this tuple object has still been made, but it doesn't matter, Python internally knows where it is.
  • Then, the left-hand side is evaluated, that is to say, the tuple is assigned to the left-hand side.
  • As the left-hand side is composed of two identifiers, the tuple is unpacked in order that the first identifier a be assigned to the first element of the tuple (which is the object that was formerly b before the swap because it had name b)
    and the second identifier b is assigned to the second element of the tuple (which is the object that was formerly a before the swap because its identifiers was a)

This mechanism has effectively swapped the objects assigned to the identifiers a and b

So, to answer your question: YES, it's the standard way to swap two identifiers on two objects.
By the way, the objects are not variables, they are objects.

How to write a unit test for a Spring Boot Controller endpoint

Here is another answer using Spring MVC's standaloneSetup. Using this way you can either autowire the controller class or Mock it.

    import static org.mockito.Mockito.mock;
    import static org.springframework.test.web.server.request.MockMvcRequestBuilders.get;
    import static org.springframework.test.web.server.result.MockMvcResultMatchers.content;
    import static org.springframework.test.web.server.result.MockMvcResultMatchers.status;

    import org.junit.Before;
    import org.junit.Test;
    import org.junit.runner.RunWith;
    import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired;
    import org.springframework.boot.test.context.SpringBootTest;
    import org.springframework.http.MediaType;
    import org.springframework.test.context.junit4.SpringJUnit4ClassRunner;
    import org.springframework.test.web.server.MockMvc;
    import org.springframework.test.web.server.setup.MockMvcBuilders;


    @RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
    @SpringBootTest(webEnvironment = SpringBootTest.WebEnvironment.RANDOM_PORT)
    public class DemoApplicationTests {

        final String BASE_URL = "http://localhost:8080/";

        @Autowired
        private HelloWorld controllerToTest;

        private MockMvc mockMvc;

        @Before
        public void setup() {
            this.mockMvc = MockMvcBuilders.standaloneSetup(controllerToTest).build();
        }

        @Test
        public void testSayHelloWorld() throws Exception{
            //Mocking Controller
            controllerToTest = mock(HelloWorld.class);

             this.mockMvc.perform(get("/")
                     .accept(MediaType.parseMediaType("application/json;charset=UTF-8")))
                     .andExpect(status().isOk())
                     .andExpect(content().mimeType(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON));
        }

        @Test
        public void contextLoads() {
        }

    }

Javascript .querySelector find <div> by innerTEXT

This solution does the following:

  • Uses the ES6 spread operator to convert the NodeList of all divs to an array.

  • Provides output if the div contains the query string, not just if it exactly equals the query string (which happens for some of the other answers). e.g. It should provide output not just for 'SomeText' but also for 'SomeText, text continues'.

  • Outputs the entire div contents, not just the query string. e.g. For 'SomeText, text continues' it should output that whole string, not just 'SomeText'.

  • Allows for multiple divs to contain the string, not just a single div.

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  .map(div => div.innerHTML)               // get their contents_x000D_
  .filter(txt => txt.includes('SomeText')) // keep only those containing the query_x000D_
  .forEach(txt => console.log(txt));       // output the entire contents of those
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<div>Not in this div.</div>_x000D_
<div>Here is more SomeText.</div>
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Using Javamail to connect to Gmail smtp server ignores specified port and tries to use 25

In Java you would do something similar to:

Transport transport = session.getTransport("smtps");
transport.connect (smtp_host, smtp_port, smtp_username, smtp_password);
transport.sendMessage(msg, msg.getAllRecipients());
transport.close();    

Note 'smtpS' protocol. Also socketFactory properties is no longer necessary in modern JVMs but you might need to set 'mail.smtps.auth' and 'mail.smtps.starttls.enable' to 'true' for Gmail. 'mail.smtps.debug' could be helpful too.

Display encoded html with razor

Try this:

<div class='content'>    
   @Html.Raw(HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(Model.Content))
</div>

MongoDB or CouchDB - fit for production?

I don't know anything about MongoDB, but from the CouchDB FAQ:

Is CouchDB Ready for Production?

Yes, see InTheWild for a partial list of projects using CouchDB. Another good overview is CouchDB Case Studies

Also, some links:

Changing password with Oracle SQL Developer

SQL Developer has a built-in reset password option that may work for your situation. It requires adding Oracle Instant Client to the workstation as well. When instant client is in the path when SQL developer launches you will get the following option enabled:

SQL Developer: Drop Down menu showing reset password option

Oracle Instant Client does not need admin privileges to install, just the ability to write to a directory and add that directory to the users path. Most users have the privileges to do this.

Recap: In order to use Reset Password on Oracle SQL Developer:

  1. You must unpack the Oracle Instant Client in a directory
  2. You must add the Oracle Instant Client directory to the users path
  3. You must then restart Oracle SQL Developer

At this point you can right click a data source and reset your password.

See http://www.thatjeffsmith.com/archive/2012/11/resetting-your-oracle-user-password-with-sql-developer/ for a complete walk-through

Also see the comment in the oracle docs: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E35137_01/appdev.32/e35117/dialogs.htm#RPTUG41808

An alternative configuration to have SQL Developer (tested on version 4.0.1) recognize and use the Instant Client on OS X is:

  1. Set path to Instant Client in Preferences -> Database -> Advanced -> Use Oracle Client
  2. Verify the Instance Client can be loaded succesfully using the Configure... -> Test... options from within the preferences dialog
  3. (OS X) Refer to this question to resolve issues related to DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable. I used the following command and then restarted SQL Developer to pick up the change:

    $ launchctl setenv DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH /path/to/oracle/instantclient_11_2

What does 'Unsupported major.minor version 52.0' mean, and how do I fix it?

Your code was compiled with Java 8.

Either compile your code with an older JDK (compliance level) or run it on a Java 8 JRE.

Hope this helps...

What's the fastest way to do a bulk insert into Postgres?

One way to speed things up is to explicitly perform multiple inserts or copy's within a transaction (say 1000). Postgres's default behavior is to commit after each statement, so by batching the commits, you can avoid some overhead. As the guide in Daniel's answer says, you may have to disable autocommit for this to work. Also note the comment at the bottom that suggests increasing the size of the wal_buffers to 16 MB may also help.

Evaluate expression given as a string

Alternatively, you can use evals from my pander package to capture output and all warnings, errors and other messages along with the raw results:

> pander::evals("5+5")
[[1]]
$src
[1] "5 + 5"

$result
[1] 10

$output
[1] "[1] 10"

$type
[1] "numeric"

$msg
$msg$messages
NULL

$msg$warnings
NULL

$msg$errors
NULL


$stdout
NULL

attr(,"class")
[1] "evals"

HTML CSS Button Positioning

[type=submit]{
    margin-left: 121px;
    margin-top: 19px;
    width: 84px;
    height: 40px;   
    font-size:14px;
    font-weight:700;
}

Find a value anywhere in a database

It's my way to resolve this question. Tested on SQLServer2008R2

CREATE PROC SearchAllTables
@SearchStr nvarchar(100)
AS
BEGIN
DECLARE @dml nvarchar(max) = N''        
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb.dbo.#Results') IS NOT NULL DROP TABLE dbo.#Results
CREATE TABLE dbo.#Results
 ([tablename] nvarchar(100), 
  [ColumnName] nvarchar(100), 
  [Value] nvarchar(max))  
SELECT @dml += ' SELECT ''' + s.name + '.' + t.name + ''' AS [tablename], ''' + 
                c.name + ''' AS [ColumnName], CAST(' + QUOTENAME(c.name) + 
               ' AS nvarchar(max)) AS [Value] FROM ' + QUOTENAME(s.name) + '.' + QUOTENAME(t.name) +
               ' (NOLOCK) WHERE CAST(' + QUOTENAME(c.name) + ' AS nvarchar(max)) LIKE ' + '''%' + @SearchStr + '%'''
FROM sys.schemas s JOIN sys.tables t ON s.schema_id = t.schema_id
                   JOIN sys.columns c ON t.object_id = c.object_id
                   JOIN sys.types ty ON c.system_type_id = ty.system_type_id AND c .user_type_id = ty .user_type_id
WHERE t.is_ms_shipped = 0 AND ty.name NOT IN ('timestamp', 'image', 'sql_variant')

INSERT dbo.#Results
EXEC sp_executesql @dml

SELECT *
FROM dbo.#Results
END

How do you roll back (reset) a Git repository to a particular commit?

When you say the 'GUI Tool', I assume you're using Git For Windows.

IMPORTANT, I would highly recommend creating a new branch to do this on if you haven't already. That way your master can remain the same while you test out your changes.

With the GUI you need to 'roll back this commit' like you have with the history on the right of your view. Then you will notice you have all the unwanted files as changes to commit on the left. Now you need to right click on the grey title above all the uncommited files and select 'disregard changes'. This will set your files back to how they were in this version.

How do I use WebRequest to access an SSL encrypted site using https?

This link will be of interest to you: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ds8bxk2a.aspx

For http connections, the WebRequest and WebResponse classes use SSL to communicate with web hosts that support SSL. The decision to use SSL is made by the WebRequest class, based on the URI it is given. If the URI begins with "https:", SSL is used; if the URI begins with "http:", an unencrypted connection is used.

How to center align the cells of a UICollectionView?

Here is my solution with a few assumptions:

  • there is only one section
  • left and right insets are equal
  • cell height is the same

Feel free to adjust to meet your needs.

Centered layout with variable cell width:

protocol HACenteredLayoutDelegate: UICollectionViewDataSource {
    func getCollectionView() -> UICollectionView
    func sizeOfCell(at index: IndexPath) -> CGSize
    func contentInsets() -> UIEdgeInsets
}

class HACenteredLayout: UICollectionViewFlowLayout {
    weak var delegate: HACenteredLayoutDelegate?
    private var cache = [UICollectionViewLayoutAttributes]()
    private var contentSize = CGSize.zero
    override var collectionViewContentSize: CGSize { return self.contentSize }

    required init(delegate: HACenteredLayoutDelegate) {
        self.delegate = delegate
        super.init()
    }

    required init?(coder aDecoder: NSCoder) {
        super.init(coder: aDecoder)
    }

    override func invalidateLayout() {
        cache.removeAll()
        super.invalidateLayout()
    }

    override func prepare() {
        if cache.isEmpty && self.delegate != nil && self.delegate!.collectionView(self.delegate!.getCollectionView(), numberOfItemsInSection: 0) > 0 {
            let insets = self.delegate?.contentInsets() ?? UIEdgeInsets.zero
            var rows: [(width: CGFloat, count: Int)] = [(0, 0)]
            let viewWidth: CGFloat = UIScreen.main.bounds.width
            var y = insets.top
            var unmodifiedIndexes = [IndexPath]()
            for itemNumber in 0 ..< self.delegate!.collectionView(self.delegate!.getCollectionView(), numberOfItemsInSection: 0) {
                let indexPath = IndexPath(item: itemNumber, section: 0)
                let cellSize = self.delegate!.sizeOfCell(at: indexPath)
                let potentialRowWidth = rows.last!.width + (rows.last!.count > 0 ? self.minimumInteritemSpacing : 0) + cellSize.width + insets.right + insets.left
                if potentialRowWidth > viewWidth {
                    let leftOverSpace = max((viewWidth - rows[rows.count - 1].width)/2, insets.left)
                    for i in unmodifiedIndexes {
                        self.cache[i.item].frame.origin.x += leftOverSpace
                    }
                    unmodifiedIndexes = []
                    rows.append((0, 0))
                    y += cellSize.height + self.minimumLineSpacing
                }
                unmodifiedIndexes.append(indexPath)
                let attribute = UICollectionViewLayoutAttributes(forCellWith: indexPath)
                rows[rows.count - 1].count += 1
                rows[rows.count - 1].width += rows[rows.count - 1].count > 1 ? self.minimumInteritemSpacing : 0
                attribute.frame = CGRect(x: rows[rows.count - 1].width, y: y, width: cellSize.width, height: cellSize.height)
                rows[rows.count - 1].width += cellSize.width
                cache.append(attribute)
            }
            let leftOverSpace = max((viewWidth - rows[rows.count - 1].width)/2, insets.left)
            for i in unmodifiedIndexes {
                self.cache[i.item].frame.origin.x += leftOverSpace
            }
            self.contentSize = CGSize(width: viewWidth, height: y + self.delegate!.sizeOfCell(at: IndexPath(item: 0, section: 0)).height + insets.bottom)
        }
    }

    override func layoutAttributesForElements(in rect: CGRect) -> [UICollectionViewLayoutAttributes]? {
        var layoutAttributes = [UICollectionViewLayoutAttributes]()

        for attributes in cache {
            if attributes.frame.intersects(rect) {
                layoutAttributes.append(attributes)
            }
        }
        return layoutAttributes
    }

    override func layoutAttributesForItem(at indexPath: IndexPath) -> UICollectionViewLayoutAttributes? {
        if indexPath.item < self.cache.count {
            return self.cache[indexPath.item]
        }
        return nil
    }
}

Result:

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Get name of current script in Python

Note that __file__ will give the file where this code resides, which can be imported and different from the main file being interpreted. To get the main file, the special __main__ module can be used:

import __main__ as main
print(main.__file__)

Note that __main__.__file__ works in Python 2.7 but not in 3.2, so use the import-as syntax as above to make it portable.

An Authentication object was not found in the SecurityContext - Spring 3.2.2

The security's authorization check part gets the authenticated object from SecurityContext, which will be set when a request gets through the spring security filter. My assumption here is that soon after the login this is not being set. You probably can use a hack as given below to set the value.

try {
    SecurityContext ctx = SecurityContextHolder.createEmptyContext();
    SecurityContextHolder.setContext(ctx);
    ctx.setAuthentication(event.getAuthentication());

    //Do what ever you want to do

} finally {
    SecurityContextHolder.clearContext();
}

Update:

Also you can have a look at the InteractiveAuthenticationSuccessEvent which will be called once the SecurityContext is set.

MySQL trigger if condition exists

I think you mean to update it back to the OLD password, when the NEW one is not supplied.

DROP TRIGGER IF EXISTS upd_user;

DELIMITER $$

    CREATE TRIGGER upd_user BEFORE UPDATE ON `user`
    FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
      IF (NEW.password IS NULL OR NEW.password = '') THEN
            SET NEW.password = OLD.password;
      ELSE
            SET NEW.password = Password(NEW.Password);
      END IF;
    END$$

DELIMITER ;

However, this means a user can never blank out a password.


If the password field (already encrypted) is being sent back in the update to mySQL, then it will not be null or blank, and MySQL will attempt to redo the Password() function on it. To detect this, use this code instead

DELIMITER $$

    CREATE TRIGGER upd_user BEFORE UPDATE ON `user`
    FOR EACH ROW BEGIN
      IF (NEW.password IS NULL OR NEW.password = '' OR NEW.password = OLD.password) THEN
            SET NEW.password = OLD.password;
      ELSE
            SET NEW.password = Password(NEW.Password);
      END IF;
    END$$

DELIMITER ;

Overlaying a DIV On Top Of HTML 5 Video

Here is a stripped down example, using as little HTML markup as possible.

The Basics

  • The overlay is provided by the :before pseudo element on the .content container.

  • No z-index is required, :before is naturally layered over the video element.

  • The .content container is position: relative so that the position: absolute overlay is positioned in relation to it.

  • The overlay is stretched to cover the entire .content div width with left / right / bottom and left set to 0.

  • The width of the video is controlled by the width of its container with width: 100%

The Demo

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.content {
  position: relative;
  width: 500px;
  margin: 0 auto;
  padding: 20px;
}
.content video {
  width: 100%;
  display: block;
}
.content:before {
  content: '';
  position: absolute;
  background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5);
  border-radius: 5px;
  top: 0;
  right: 0;
  bottom: 0;
  left: 0;
}
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<div class="content">
  <video id="player" src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/transcoded/1/18/Big_Buck_Bunny_Trailer_1080p.ogv/Big_Buck_Bunny_Trailer_1080p.ogv.360p.vp9.webm" autoplay loop muted></video>
</div>
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EF 5 Enable-Migrations : No context type was found in the assembly

I had to do a combination of two of the above comments.

Both Setting the Default Project within the Package Manager Console, and also Abhinandan comments of adding the -ContextTypeName variable to my full command. So my command was as follows..

Enable-Migrations -StartUpProjectName RapidDeploy -ContextTypeName RapidDeploy.Models.BloggingContext -Verbose

My Settings::

  • ProjectName - RapidDeploy
  • BloggingContext (Class Containing DbContext, file is within Models folder of Main Project)

Select an Option from the Right-Click Menu in Selenium Webdriver - Java

To select the item from the contextual menu, you have to just move your mouse positions with the use of Key down event like this:-

Actions action= new Actions(driver);
action.contextClick(productLink).sendKeys(Keys.ARROW_DOWN).sendKeys(Keys.ARROW_DOWN).sendKeys(Keys.RETURN).build().perform();

hope this will works for you. Have a great day :)

JavaScript replace/regex

In terms of pattern interpretation, there's no difference between the following forms:

  • /pattern/
  • new RegExp("pattern")

If you want to replace a literal string using the replace method, I think you can just pass a string instead of a regexp to replace.

Otherwise, you'd have to escape any regexp special characters in the pattern first - maybe like so:

function reEscape(s) {
    return s.replace(/([.*+?^$|(){}\[\]])/mg, "\\$1");
}

// ...

var re = new RegExp(reEscape(pattern), "mg");
this.markup = this.markup.replace(re, value);

Iterate through DataSet

Just loop...

foreach(var table in DataSet1.Tables) {
    foreach(var col in table.Columns) {
       ...
    }
    foreach(var row in table.Rows) {
        object[] values = row.ItemArray;
        ...
    }
}

Eliminate space before \begin{itemize}

The "proper" LaTeX ways to do it is to use a package which allows you to specify the spacing you want. There are several such package, and these two pages link to lists of them...

How to reset a timer in C#?

I just assigned a new value to the timer:

mytimer.Change(10000, 0); // reset to 10 seconds

It works fine for me.

at the top of the code define the timer: System.Threading.Timer myTimer;

if (!active)
    myTimer = new Timer(new TimerCallback(TimerProc));

myTimer.Change(10000, 0);
active = true;

private void TimerProc(object state)
{
    // The state object is the Timer object.
    var t = (Timer)state;

    t.Dispose();
    Console.WriteLine("The timer callback executes.");
    active = false;
    
    // Action to do when timer is back to zero
}

How to stop VMware port error of 443 on XAMPP Control Panel v3.2.1

Here is the solution: You use Ctrl+Alt+Delete, open task manager and switch to tab services find VMWareHostd and right click to chose StopService. You can start xampp without error

PHP: How to get referrer URL?

If $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] variable doesn't seems to work, then you can either use Google Analytics or AddThis Analytics.

Extract a subset of a dataframe based on a condition involving a field

Just to extend the answer above you can also index your columns rather than specifying the column names which can also be useful depending on what you're doing. Given that your location is the first field it would look like this:

    bar <- foo[foo[ ,1] == "there", ]

This is useful because you can perform operations on your column value, like looping over specific columns (and you can do the same by indexing row numbers too).

This is also useful if you need to perform some operation on more than one column because you can then specify a range of columns:

    foo[foo[ ,c(1:N)], ]

Or specific columns, as you would expect.

    foo[foo[ ,c(1,5,9)], ]

Is there a .NET/C# wrapper for SQLite?

I'd definitely go with System.Data.SQLite (as previously mentioned: http://sqlite.phxsoftware.com/)

It is coherent with ADO.NET (System.Data.*), and is compiled into a single DLL. No sqlite3.dll - because the C code of SQLite is embedded within System.Data.SQLite.dll. A bit of managed C++ magic.

How to get height of entire document with JavaScript?

Add References properly

In my case I was using a ASCX page and the aspx page that contains the ascx control is not using the references properly. I just pasted the following code and it worked :

<script src="../js/jquery-1.3.2-vsdoc.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="../js/jquery-1.3.2.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="../js/jquery-1.5.1.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

What is the purpose of the single underscore "_" variable in Python?

As far as the Python languages is concerned, _ has no special meaning. It is a valid identifier just like _foo, foo_ or _f_o_o_.

Any special meaning of _ is purely by convention. Several cases are common:

  • A dummy name when a variable is not intended to be used, but a name is required by syntax/semantics.

    # iteration disregarding content
    sum(1 for _ in some_iterable)
    # unpacking disregarding specific elements
    head, *_ = values
    # function disregarding its argument
    def callback(_): return True
    
  • Many REPLs/shells store the result of the last top-level expression to builtins._.

    The special identifier _ is used in the interactive interpreter to store the result of the last evaluation; it is stored in the builtins module. When not in interactive mode, _ has no special meaning and is not defined. [source]

    Due to the way names are looked up, unless shadowed by a global or local _ definition the bare _ refers to builtins._ .

    >>> 42
    42
    >>> f'the last answer is {_}'
    'the last answer is 42'
    >>> _
    'the last answer is 42'
    >>> _ = 4  # shadow ``builtins._`` with global ``_``
    >>> 23
    23
    >>> _
    4
    

    Note: Some shells such as ipython do not assign to builtins._ but special-case _.

  • In the context internationalization and localization, _ is used as an alias for the primary translation function.

    gettext.gettext(message)

    Return the localized translation of message, based on the current global domain, language, and locale directory. This function is usually aliased as _() in the local namespace (see examples below).

How can I get the content of CKEditor using JQuery?

If you don't hold a reference to the editor, as in Aeon's answer, you can also use the form:

var value = CKEDITOR.instances['my-editor'].getData();

How can I convert a file pointer ( FILE* fp ) to a file descriptor (int fd)?

Even if fileno(FILE *) may return a file descriptor, be VERY careful not to bypass stdio's buffer. If there is buffer data (either read or unflushed write), reads/writes from the file descriptor might give you unexpected results.

To answer one of the side questions, to convert a file descriptor to a FILE pointer, use fdopen(3)

How can I install packages using pip according to the requirements.txt file from a local directory?

This works for everyone:

pip install -r /path/to/requirements.txt

get UTC timestamp in python with datetime

A simple solution without using external modules:

from datetime import datetime, timezone

dt = datetime(2008, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0)
int(dt.replace(tzinfo=timezone.utc).timestamp())

Sleep Command in T-SQL?

You can also "WAITFOR" a "TIME":

    RAISERROR('Im about to wait for a certain time...', 0, 1) WITH NOWAIT
    WAITFOR TIME '16:43:30.000'
    RAISERROR('I waited!', 0, 1) WITH NOWAIT

Remove new lines from string and replace with one empty space

You can try below code will preserve any white-space and new lines in your text.

$str = "
put returns between paragraphs

for linebreak add 2 spaces at end

";

echo preg_replace( "/\r|\n/", "", $str );

Mockito : how to verify method was called on an object created within a method?

If you don't want to use DI or Factories. You can refactor your class in a little tricky way:

public class Foo {
    private Bar bar;

    public void foo(Bar bar){
        this.bar = (bar != null) ? bar : new Bar();
        bar.someMethod();
        this.bar = null;  // for simulating local scope
    }
}

And your test class:

@RunWith(MockitoJUnitRunner.class)
public class FooTest {
    @Mock Bar barMock;
    Foo foo;

    @Test
    public void testFoo() {
       foo = new Foo();
       foo.foo(barMock);
       verify(barMock, times(1)).someMethod();
    }
}

Then the class that is calling your foo method will do it like this:

public class thirdClass {

   public void someOtherMethod() {
      Foo myFoo = new Foo();
      myFoo.foo(null);
   }
}

As you can see when calling the method this way, you don't need to import the Bar class in any other class that is calling your foo method which is maybe something you want.

Of course the downside is that you are allowing the caller to set the Bar Object.

Hope it helps.

How to compare two JSON objects with the same elements in a different order equal?

For the following two dicts 'dictWithListsInValue' and 'reorderedDictWithReorderedListsInValue' which are simply reordered versions of each other

dictObj = {"foo": "bar", "john": "doe"}
reorderedDictObj = {"john": "doe", "foo": "bar"}
dictObj2 = {"abc": "def"}
dictWithListsInValue = {'A': [{'X': [dictObj2, dictObj]}, {'Y': 2}], 'B': dictObj2}
reorderedDictWithReorderedListsInValue = {'B': dictObj2, 'A': [{'Y': 2}, {'X': [reorderedDictObj, dictObj2]}]}
a = {"L": "M", "N": dictWithListsInValue}
b = {"L": "M", "N": reorderedDictWithReorderedListsInValue}

print(sorted(a.items()) == sorted(b.items()))  # gives false

gave me wrong result i.e. false .

So I created my own cutstom ObjectComparator like this:

def my_list_cmp(list1, list2):
    if (list1.__len__() != list2.__len__()):
        return False

    for l in list1:
        found = False
        for m in list2:
            res = my_obj_cmp(l, m)
            if (res):
                found = True
                break

        if (not found):
            return False

    return True


def my_obj_cmp(obj1, obj2):
    if isinstance(obj1, list):
        if (not isinstance(obj2, list)):
            return False
        return my_list_cmp(obj1, obj2)
    elif (isinstance(obj1, dict)):
        if (not isinstance(obj2, dict)):
            return False
        exp = set(obj2.keys()) == set(obj1.keys())
        if (not exp):
            # print(obj1.keys(), obj2.keys())
            return False
        for k in obj1.keys():
            val1 = obj1.get(k)
            val2 = obj2.get(k)
            if isinstance(val1, list):
                if (not my_list_cmp(val1, val2)):
                    return False
            elif isinstance(val1, dict):
                if (not my_obj_cmp(val1, val2)):
                    return False
            else:
                if val2 != val1:
                    return False
    else:
        return obj1 == obj2

    return True


dictObj = {"foo": "bar", "john": "doe"}
reorderedDictObj = {"john": "doe", "foo": "bar"}
dictObj2 = {"abc": "def"}
dictWithListsInValue = {'A': [{'X': [dictObj2, dictObj]}, {'Y': 2}], 'B': dictObj2}
reorderedDictWithReorderedListsInValue = {'B': dictObj2, 'A': [{'Y': 2}, {'X': [reorderedDictObj, dictObj2]}]}
a = {"L": "M", "N": dictWithListsInValue}
b = {"L": "M", "N": reorderedDictWithReorderedListsInValue}

print(my_obj_cmp(a, b))  # gives true

which gave me the correct expected output!

Logic is pretty simple:

If the objects are of type 'list' then compare each item of the first list with the items of the second list until found , and if the item is not found after going through the second list , then 'found' would be = false. 'found' value is returned

Else if the objects to be compared are of type 'dict' then compare the values present for all the respective keys in both the objects. (Recursive comparison is performed)

Else simply call obj1 == obj2 . It by default works fine for the object of strings and numbers and for those eq() is defined appropriately .

(Note that the algorithm can further be improved by removing the items found in object2, so that the next item of object1 would not compare itself with the items already found in the object2)

Fetch API with Cookie

In addition to @Khanetor's answer, for those who are working with cross-origin requests: credentials: 'include'

Sample JSON fetch request:

fetch(url, {
  method: 'GET',
  credentials: 'include'
})
  .then((response) => response.json())
  .then((json) => {
    console.log('Gotcha');
  }).catch((err) => {
    console.log(err);
});

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Request/credentials

How do I calculate someone's age based on a DateTime type birthday?

An easy to understand and simple solution.

// Save today's date.
var today = DateTime.Today;

// Calculate the age.
var age = today.Year - birthdate.Year;

// Go back to the year in which the person was born in case of a leap year
if (birthdate.Date > today.AddYears(-age)) age--;

However, this assumes you are looking for the western idea of the age and not using East Asian reckoning.

What is "Linting"?

lint is a tool that is used to mark the source code with some suspicious and non-structural (may cause bug). It is a static code analysis tool in C at the beginning.Now it became the generic term used to describe the software analysis tool that mark the suspicious code.

ant warning: "'includeantruntime' was not set"

The answer from Daniel works just perfect. Here is a sample snippet that I added to my build.xml:

<target name="compile">
    <mkdir dir="${classes.dir}"/>
    <javac srcdir="${src.dir}" destdir="${classes.dir}" includeantruntime="false">
                                                 <!--   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  -->
        <classpath>
            <path id="application" location="${jar.dir}/${ant.project.name}.jar"/>
            <path id="junit" location="${lib.dir}/junit-4.9b2.jar"/>
        </classpath>
    </javac>
</target>

Turning off eslint rule for a specific line

You can use the following

/*eslint-disable */

//suppress all warnings between comments
alert('foo');

/*eslint-enable */

Which is slightly buried the "configuring rules" section of the docs;

To disable a warning for an entire file, you can include a comment at the top of the file e.g.

/*eslint eqeqeq:0*/

Update

ESlint has now been updated with a better way disable a single line, see @goofballLogic's excellent answer.

Why I am Getting Error 'Channel is unrecoverably broken and will be disposed!'

I had the same problem. To solve the error: Close it on the emulator and then run it using Android Studio.

The error happens when you try to re-run the app when the app is already running on the emulator.

Basically the error says - "I don't have the existing channel anymore and disposing the already established connection" as you have run the app from Android Studio again.

Spring configure @ResponseBody JSON format

I wrote my own FactoryBean which instantiates an ObjectMapper (simplified version):

 public class ObjectMapperFactoryBean implements FactoryBean<ObjectMapper>{

        @Override
        public ObjectMapper getObject() throws Exception {
                ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper();
                mapper.getSerializationConfig().setSerializationInclusion(JsonSerialize.Inclusion.NON_NULL);
                return mapper;
        }

        @Override
        public Class<?> getObjectType() {
                return ObjectMapper.class;
        }

        @Override
        public boolean isSingleton() {
                return true;
        }

}

And the usage in the spring configuration:

<bean
    class="org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc.annotation.AnnotationMethodHandlerAdapter">
    <property name="messageConverters">
        <list>
            <bean class="org.springframework.http.converter.json.MappingJacksonHttpMessageConverter">
                <property name="objectMapper" ref="jacksonObjectMapper" />
            </bean>
        </list>
    </property>
</bean>

Calculate the execution time of a method

Following this Microsoft Doc:

using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Threading;
class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Stopwatch stopWatch = new Stopwatch();
        stopWatch.Start();
        Thread.Sleep(10000);
        stopWatch.Stop();
        // Get the elapsed time as a TimeSpan value.
        TimeSpan ts = stopWatch.Elapsed;

        // Format and display the TimeSpan value.
        string elapsedTime = String.Format("{0:00}:{1:00}:{2:00}.{3:00}",
            ts.Hours, ts.Minutes, ts.Seconds,
            ts.Milliseconds / 10);
        Console.WriteLine("RunTime " + elapsedTime);
    }
}

Output: RunTime 00:00:09.94

What is an MDF file?

SQL Server databases use two files - an MDF file, known as the primary database file, which contains the schema and data, and a LDF file, which contains the logs. See wikipedia. A database may also use secondary database file, which normally uses a .ndf extension.

As John S. indicates, these file extensions are purely convention - you can use whatever you want, although I can't think of a good reason to do that.

More info on MSDN here and in Beginning SQL Server 2005 Administation (Google Books) here.

remote rejected master -> master (pre-receive hook declined)

Specify the version of node The version of Node.js that will be used to run your application on Heroku, should also be defined in your package.json file. You should always specify a Node.js version that matches the runtime you’re developing and testing with. To find your version type node --version.

Your package.json file will look something like this:

"engines": { "node": "10.x" },

It should work

whitespaces in the path of windows filepath

path = r"C:\Users\mememe\Google Drive\Programs\Python\file.csv"

Closing the path in r"string" also solved this problem very well.

How to send a header using a HTTP request through a curl call?

man curl:

   -H/--header <header>
          (HTTP)  Extra header to use when getting a web page. You may specify
          any number of extra headers. Note that if you should  add  a  custom
          header that has the same name as one of the internal ones curl would
          use, your externally set header will be used instead of the internal
          one.  This  allows  you  to make even trickier stuff than curl would
          normally do. You should not replace internally set  headers  without
          knowing  perfectly well what you're doing. Remove an internal header
          by giving a replacement without content on the  right  side  of  the
          colon, as in: -H "Host:".

          curl  will  make sure that each header you add/replace get sent with
          the proper end of line marker, you should thus not  add  that  as  a
          part  of the header content: do not add newlines or carriage returns
          they will only mess things up for you.

          See also the -A/--user-agent and -e/--referer options.

          This option can be used multiple times to add/replace/remove  multi-
          ple headers.

Example:

curl --header "X-MyHeader: 123" www.google.com

You can see the request that curl sent by adding the -v option.

How to pass a variable from Activity to Fragment, and pass it back?

Sending data from Activity into Fragments linked by XML

If you create a fragment in Android Studio using one of the templates e.g. File > New > Fragment > Fragment (List), then the fragment is linked via XML. The newInstance method is created in the fragment but is never called so can't be used to pass arguments.

Instead in the Activity override the method onAttachFragment

@Override
public void onAttachFragment(Fragment fragment) {
    if (fragment instanceof DetailsFragment) {
        Bundle args = new Bundle();
        args.putInt("index", index);
        f.setArguments(args);        
     }
}

Then read the arguments in the fragment onCreate method as per the other answers

Servlet Mapping using web.xml

It allows servlets to have multiple servlet mappings:

<servlet>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <servlet-path>foo.Servlet</servlet-path>
</servlet>
<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/enroll</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>
<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/pay</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>
<servlet-mapping>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
    <url-pattern>/bill</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>

It allows filters to be mapped on the particular servlet:

<filter-mapping>
    <filter-name>Filter1</filter-name>
    <servlet-name>Servlet1</servlet-name>
</filter-mapping>

Your proposal would support neither of them. Note that the web.xml is read and parsed only once during application's startup, not on every HTTP request as you seem to think.

Since Servlet 3.0, there's the @WebServlet annotation which minimizes this boilerplate:

@WebServlet("/enroll")
public class Servlet1 extends HttpServlet {

See also:

How to create a density plot in matplotlib?

Option 1:

Use pandas dataframe plot (built on top of matplotlib):

import pandas as pd
data = [1.5]*7 + [2.5]*2 + [3.5]*8 + [4.5]*3 + [5.5]*1 + [6.5]*8
pd.DataFrame(data).plot(kind='density') # or pd.Series()

enter image description here

Option 2:

Use distplot of seaborn:

import seaborn as sns
data = [1.5]*7 + [2.5]*2 + [3.5]*8 + [4.5]*3 + [5.5]*1 + [6.5]*8
sns.distplot(data, hist=False)

enter image description here

Java - Convert image to Base64

new String(byteArray, 0, bytesRead); does not modify the array. You need to use System.arrayCopy to trim the array to the actual data size. Otherwise you are processing all 102400 bytes most of which are zeros.

Loop X number of times

Use:

1..10 | % { write "loop $_" }

Output:

PS D:\temp> 1..10 | % { write "loop $_" }
loop 1
loop 2
loop 3
loop 4
loop 5
loop 6
loop 7
loop 8
loop 9
loop 10

Route.get() requires callback functions but got a "object Undefined"

In the tutorial the todo.all returns a callback object. This is required for the router.get syntax.

From the documentation:

router.METHOD(path, [callback, ...] callback)

The router.METHOD() methods provide the routing functionality in Express, where METHOD is one of the HTTP methods, such as GET, PUT, POST, and so on, in lowercase. Thus, the actual methods are router.get(), router.post(), router.put(), and so on.

You still need to define the array of callback objects in your todo files so you can access the proper callback object for your router.

You can see from your tutorial that todo.js contains the array of callback objects (this is what you are accessing when you write todo.all):

module.exports = {
    all: function(req, res){
        res.send('All todos')
    },
    viewOne: function(req, res){
        console.log('Viewing ' + req.params.id);
    },
    create: function(req, res){
        console.log('Todo created')
    },
    destroy: function(req, res){
        console.log('Todo deleted')
    },
    edit: function(req, res){
        console.log('Todo ' + req.params.id + ' updated')
    }
};

Resetting a form in Angular 2 after submit

I'm using reactive forms in angular 4 and this approach works for me:

    this.profileEditForm.reset(this.profileEditForm.value);

see reset the form flags in the Fundamentals doc

Twitter - share button, but with image

Look into twitter cards.

The trick is not in the button but rather the page you are sharing. Twitter Cards pull the image from the meta tags similar to facebook sharing.

Example:

<meta name="twitter:card" content="summary_large_image">
<meta name="twitter:site" content="@site_username">
<meta name="twitter:title" content="Top 10 Things Ever">
<meta name="twitter:description" content="Up than 200 characters.">
<meta name="twitter:creator" content="@creator_username">
<meta name="twitter:image" content="http://placekitten.com/250/250">
<meta name="twitter:domain" content="YourDomain.com">

how to change directory using Windows command line

cd has a parameter /d, which will change drive and path with one command:

cd /d d:\temp

( see cd /?)

Cannot open output file, permission denied

Make sure to run 7zip in 'Administrator mode' for extracting to Program Files.

Also, temporarily turning off virus protection worked for some people in the past.

How to embed PDF file with responsive width

Simply do this:

<object data="resume.pdf" type="application/pdf" width="100%" height="800px"> 
  <p>It appears you don't have a PDF plugin for this browser.
   No biggie... you can <a href="resume.pdf">click here to
  download the PDF file.</a></p>  
</object>

Get the client IP address using PHP

It also works fine for internal IP addresses:

 function get_client_ip()
 {
      $ipaddress = '';
      if (getenv('HTTP_CLIENT_IP'))
          $ipaddress = getenv('HTTP_CLIENT_IP');
      else if(getenv('HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'))
          $ipaddress = getenv('HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR');
      else if(getenv('HTTP_X_FORWARDED'))
          $ipaddress = getenv('HTTP_X_FORWARDED');
      else if(getenv('HTTP_FORWARDED_FOR'))
          $ipaddress = getenv('HTTP_FORWARDED_FOR');
      else if(getenv('HTTP_FORWARDED'))
          $ipaddress = getenv('HTTP_FORWARDED');
      else if(getenv('REMOTE_ADDR'))
          $ipaddress = getenv('REMOTE_ADDR');
      else
          $ipaddress = 'UNKNOWN';

      return $ipaddress;
 }

Simplest way to detect a mobile device in PHP

I was wondering, until now, why someone had not posted a slightly alteration of the accepted answer to the use of implode() in order to have a better readability of the code. So here it goes:

<?php
$uaFull = strtolower($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']);
$uaStart = substr($uaFull, 0, 4);

$uaPhone = [
    '(android|bb\d+|meego).+mobile',
    'avantgo',
    'bada\/',
    'blackberry',
    'blazer',
    'compal',
    'elaine',
    'fennec',
    'hiptop',
    'iemobile',
    'ip(hone|od)',
    'iris',
    'kindle',
    'lge ',
    'maemo',
    'midp',
    'mmp',
    'mobile.+firefox',
    'netfront',
    'opera m(ob|in)i',
    'palm( os)?',
    'phone',
    'p(ixi|re)\/',
    'plucker',
    'pocket',
    'psp',
    'series(4|6)0',
    'symbian',
    'treo',
    'up\.(browser|link)',
    'vodafone',
    'wap',
    'windows ce',
    'xda',
    'xiino'
];

$uaMobile = [
    '1207', 
    '6310', 
    '6590', 
    '3gso', 
    '4thp', 
    '50[1-6]i', 
    '770s', 
    '802s', 
    'a wa', 
    'abac|ac(er|oo|s\-)', 
    'ai(ko|rn)', 
    'al(av|ca|co)', 
    'amoi', 
    'an(ex|ny|yw)', 
    'aptu', 
    'ar(ch|go)', 
    'as(te|us)', 
    'attw', 
    'au(di|\-m|r |s )', 
    'avan', 
    'be(ck|ll|nq)', 
    'bi(lb|rd)', 
    'bl(ac|az)', 
    'br(e|v)w', 
    'bumb', 
    'bw\-(n|u)', 
    'c55\/', 
    'capi', 
    'ccwa', 
    'cdm\-', 
    'cell', 
    'chtm', 
    'cldc', 
    'cmd\-', 
    'co(mp|nd)', 
    'craw', 
    'da(it|ll|ng)', 
    'dbte', 
    'dc\-s', 
    'devi', 
    'dica', 
    'dmob', 
    'do(c|p)o', 
    'ds(12|\-d)', 
    'el(49|ai)', 
    'em(l2|ul)', 
    'er(ic|k0)', 
    'esl8', 
    'ez([4-7]0|os|wa|ze)', 
    'fetc', 
    'fly(\-|_)', 
    'g1 u', 
    'g560', 
    'gene', 
    'gf\-5', 
    'g\-mo', 
    'go(\.w|od)', 
    'gr(ad|un)', 
    'haie', 
    'hcit', 
    'hd\-(m|p|t)', 
    'hei\-', 
    'hi(pt|ta)', 
    'hp( i|ip)', 
    'hs\-c', 
    'ht(c(\-| |_|a|g|p|s|t)|tp)', 
    'hu(aw|tc)', 
    'i\-(20|go|ma)', 
    'i230', 
    'iac( |\-|\/)', 
    'ibro', 
    'idea', 
    'ig01', 
    'ikom', 
    'im1k', 
    'inno', 
    'ipaq', 
    'iris', 
    'ja(t|v)a', 
    'jbro', 
    'jemu', 
    'jigs', 
    'kddi', 
    'keji', 
    'kgt( |\/)', 
    'klon', 
    'kpt ', 
    'kwc\-', 
    'kyo(c|k)', 
    'le(no|xi)', 
    'lg( g|\/(k|l|u)|50|54|\-[a-w])', 
    'libw', 
    'lynx', 
    'm1\-w', 
    'm3ga', 
    'm50\/', 
    'ma(te|ui|xo)', 
    'mc(01|21|ca)', 
    'm\-cr', 
    'me(rc|ri)', 
    'mi(o8|oa|ts)', 
    'mmef', 
    'mo(01|02|bi|de|do|t(\-| |o|v)|zz)', 
    'mt(50|p1|v )', 
    'mwbp', 
    'mywa', 
    'n10[0-2]', 
    'n20[2-3]', 
    'n30(0|2)', 
    'n50(0|2|5)', 
    'n7(0(0|1)|10)', 
    'ne((c|m)\-|on|tf|wf|wg|wt)', 
    'nok(6|i)', 
    'nzph', 
    'o2im', 
    'op(ti|wv)', 
    'oran', 
    'owg1', 
    'p800', 
    'pan(a|d|t)', 
    'pdxg', 
    'pg(13|\-([1-8]|c))', 
    'phil', 
    'pire', 
    'pl(ay|uc)', 
    'pn\-2', 
    'po(ck|rt|se)', 
    'prox', 
    'psio', 
    'pt\-g', 
    'qa\-a', 
    'qc(07|12|21|32|60|\-[2-7]|i\-)', 
    'qtek', 
    'r380', 
    'r600', 
    'raks', 
    'rim9', 
    'ro(ve|zo)', 
    's55\/', 
    'sa(ge|ma|mm|ms|ny|va)', 
    'sc(01|h\-|oo|p\-)', 
    'sdk\/', 
    'se(c(\-|0|1)|47|mc|nd|ri)', 
    'sgh\-', 
    'shar', 
    'sie(\-|m)', 
    'sk\-0', 
    'sl(45|id)', 
    'sm(al|ar|b3|it|t5)', 
    'so(ft|ny)', 
    'sp(01|h\-|v\-|v )', 
    'sy(01|mb)', 
    't2(18|50)', 
    't6(00|10|18)', 
    'ta(gt|lk)', 
    'tcl\-', 
    'tdg\-', 
    'tel(i|m)', 
    'tim\-', 
    't\-mo', 
    'to(pl|sh)', 
    'ts(70|m\-|m3|m5)', 
    'tx\-9', 
    'up(\.b|g1|si)', 
    'utst', 
    'v400', 
    'v750', 
    'veri', 
    'vi(rg|te)', 
    'vk(40|5[0-3]|\-v)', 
    'vm40', 
    'voda', 
    'vulc', 
    'vx(52|53|60|61|70|80|81|83|85|98)', 
    'w3c(\-| )', 
    'webc', 
    'whit', 
    'wi(g |nc|nw)', 
    'wmlb', 
    'wonu', 
    'x700', 
    'yas\-', 
    'your', 
    'zeto', 
    'zte\-'
];

$isPhone = preg_match('/' . implode($uaPhone, '|') . '/i', $uaFull);
$isMobile = preg_match('/' . implode($uaMobile, '|') . '/i', $uaStart);

if($isPhone || $isMobile) {
    // do something with that device
} else {
    // process normally
}

Android get current Locale, not default

I´ve used this:

String currentLanguage = Locale.getDefault().getDisplayLanguage();
if (currentLanguage.toLowerCase().contains("en")) {
   //do something
}

Center image in table td in CSS

<table style="width:100%;">
<tbody ><tr><td align="center">
<img src="axe.JPG" />
</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>

or

td
{
    text-align:center;
}

in the CSS file

How to replace values at specific indexes of a python list?

You can solve it using dictionary

to_modify = [5,4,3,2,1,0]
indexes = [0,1,3,5]
replacements = [0,0,0,0]

dic = {}
for i in range(len(indexes)):
    dic[indexes[i]]=replacements[i]
print(dic)

for index, item in enumerate(to_modify):
    for i in indexes:
        to_modify[i]=dic[i]
print(to_modify)

The output will be

{0: 0, 1: 0, 3: 0, 5: 0}
[0, 0, 3, 0, 1, 0]

How do I flush the PRINT buffer in TSQL?

Building on the answer by @JoelCoehoorn, my approach is to leave all my PRINT statements in place, and simply follow them with the RAISERROR statement to cause the flush.

For example:

PRINT 'MyVariableName: ' + @MyVariableName
RAISERROR(N'', 0, 1) WITH NOWAIT

The advantage of this approach is that the PRINT statements can concatenate strings, whereas the RAISERROR cannot. (So either way you have the same number of lines of code, as you'd have to declare and set a variable to use in RAISERROR).

If, like me, you use AutoHotKey or SSMSBoost or an equivalent tool, you can easily set up a shortcut such as "]flush" to enter the RAISERROR line for you. This saves you time if it is the same line of code every time, i.e. does not need to be customised to hold specific text or a variable.

SQL Update Multiple Fields FROM via a SELECT Statement

you can use update from...

something like:

update shipment set.... from shipment inner join ProfilerTest.dbo.BookingDetails on ...

Android new Bottom Navigation bar or BottomNavigationView

You can create the layouts according to the above-mentioned answers If anyone wants to use this in kotlin:-

 private val mOnNavigationItemSelectedListener = BottomNavigationView.OnNavigationItemSelectedListener { item ->
    when (item.itemId) {
        R.id.images -> {
          // do your work....
            return@OnNavigationItemSelectedListener true
        }
       R.id.videos ->
         {
          // do your work....
            return@OnNavigationItemSelectedListener true
        }
    }
    false
}

then in oncreate you can set the above listener to your view

   mDataBinding?.navigation?.setOnNavigationItemSelectedListener(mOnNavigationItemSelectedListener)

How do I comment out a block of tags in XML?

If you ask, because you got errors with the <!-- --> syntax, it's most likely the CDATA section (and there the ]]> part), that then lies in the middle of the comment. It should not make a difference, but ideal and real world can be quite a bit apart, sometimes (especially when it comes to XML processing).

Try to change the ]]>, too:

  <!--detail>
    <band height="20">
      <staticText>
        <reportElement x="180" y="0" width="200" height="20"/>
        <text><![CDATA[Hello World!]--><!--]></text>
      </staticText>
    </band>
  </detail-->

Another thing, that comes to mind: If the content of your XML somewhere contains two hyphens, the comment immediately ends there:

<!-- <a> This is strange -- but true!</a> -->
--------------------------^ comment ends here

That's quite a common pitfall. It's inherited from the way SGML handles comments. (Read the XML spec on this topic)

Most pythonic way to delete a file which may not exist

In the spirit of Andy Jones' answer, how about an authentic ternary operation:

os.remove(fn) if os.path.exists(fn) else None

How do I return clean JSON from a WCF Service?

Change the return type of your GetResults to be List<Person>.
Eliminate the code that you use to serialize the List to a json string - WCF does this for you automatically.

Using your definition for the Person class, this code works for me:

public List<Person> GetPlayers()
{
    List<Person> players = new List<Person>();
    players.Add(new  Person { FirstName="Peyton", LastName="Manning", Age=35 } );
    players.Add(new  Person { FirstName="Drew", LastName="Brees", Age=31 } );
    players.Add(new  Person { FirstName="Brett", LastName="Favre", Age=58 } );

    return players;
}

results:

[{"Age":35,"FirstName":"Peyton","LastName":"Manning"},  
 {"Age":31,"FirstName":"Drew","LastName":"Brees"},  
 {"Age":58,"FirstName":"Brett","LastName":"Favre"}]

(All on one line)

I also used this attribute on the method:

[WebInvoke(Method = "GET",
           RequestFormat = WebMessageFormat.Json,
           ResponseFormat = WebMessageFormat.Json,
           UriTemplate = "players")]

WebInvoke with Method= "GET" is the same as WebGet, but since some of my methods are POST, I use all WebInvoke for consistency.

The UriTemplate sets the URL at which the method is available. So I can do a GET on http://myserver/myvdir/JsonService.svc/players and it just works.

Also check out IIRF or another URL rewriter to get rid of the .svc in the URI.

HTML5 textarea placeholder not appearing

This one has always been a gotcha for me and many others. In short, the opening and closing tags for the <textarea> element must be on the same line, otherwise a newline character occupies it. The placeholder will therefore not be displayed since the input area contains content (a newline character is, technically, valid content).

Good:

<textarea></textarea>

Bad:

<textarea>
</textarea>

Update (2020)

This is not true anymore, according to the HTML5 parsing spec:

If the next token is a U+000A LINE FEED (LF) character token, 
then ignore that token and move on to the next one. (Newlines 
at the start of textarea elements are ignored as an authoring 
convenience.)

You might still have trouble if you editor insists on ending lines with CRLF, though.

PostgreSQL CASE ... END with multiple conditions

This kind of code perhaps should work for You

SELECT
 *,
 CASE
  WHEN (pvc IS NULL OR pvc = '') AND (datepose < 1980) THEN '01'
  WHEN (pvc IS NULL OR pvc = '') AND (datepose >= 1980) THEN '02'
  WHEN (pvc IS NULL OR pvc = '') AND (datepose IS NULL OR datepose = 0) THEN '03'
  ELSE '00'
 END AS modifiedpvc
FROM my_table;


 gid | datepose | pvc | modifiedpvc 
-----+----------+-----+-------------
   1 |     1961 | 01  | 00
   2 |     1949 |     | 01
   3 |     1990 | 02  | 00
   1 |     1981 |     | 02
   1 |          | 03  | 00
   1 |          |     | 03
(6 rows)

How can I declare a two dimensional string array?

I assume you're looking for this:

        string[,] Tablero = new string[3,3];

The syntax for a jagged array is:

        string[][] Tablero = new string[3][];
        for (int ix = 0; ix < 3; ++ix) {
            Tablero[ix] = new string[3];
        }

C# DataTable.Select() - How do I format the filter criteria to include null?

try this:

var result = from r in myDataTable.AsEnumerable()  
            where r.Field<string>("Name") != "n/a" &&  
                  r.Field<string>("Name") != "" select r;  
DataTable dtResult = result.CopyToDataTable();  

Convert dictionary to list collection in C#

If you want to pass the Dictionary keys collection into one method argument.

List<string> lstKeys = Dict.Keys;
Methodname(lstKeys);
-------------------
void MethodName(List<String> lstkeys)
{
    `enter code here`
    //Do ur task
}

How can I find where Python is installed on Windows?

This worked for me: C:\Users\Your_user_name\AppData\Local\Programs\Python

My currently installed python version is 3.7.0

Hope this helps!

Add Items to Columns in a WPF ListView

Solution With Less XAML and More C#

If you define the ListView in XAML:

<ListView x:Name="listView"/>

Then you can add columns and populate it in C#:

public Window()
{
    // Initialize
    this.InitializeComponent();

    // Add columns
    var gridView = new GridView();
    this.listView.View = gridView;
    gridView.Columns.Add(new GridViewColumn { 
        Header = "Id", DisplayMemberBinding = new Binding("Id") });
    gridView.Columns.Add(new GridViewColumn { 
        Header = "Name", DisplayMemberBinding = new Binding("Name") });

    // Populate list
    this.listView.Items.Add(new MyItem { Id = 1, Name = "David" });
}

See definition of MyItem below.

Solution With More XAML and less C#

However, it's easier to define the columns in XAML (inside the ListView definition):

<ListView x:Name="listView">
    <ListView.View>
        <GridView>
            <GridViewColumn Header="Id" DisplayMemberBinding="{Binding Id}"/>
            <GridViewColumn Header="Name" DisplayMemberBinding="{Binding Name}"/>
        </GridView>
    </ListView.View>
</ListView>

And then just populate the list in C#:

public Window()
{
    // Initialize
    this.InitializeComponent();

    // Populate list
    this.listView.Items.Add(new MyItem { Id = 1, Name = "David" });
}

See definition of MyItem below.

MyItem Definition

MyItem is defined like this:

public class MyItem
{
    public int Id { get; set; }

    public string Name { get; set; }
}

Transpose a data frame

Take advantage of as.matrix:

# keep the first column 
names <-  df.aree[,1]

# Transpose everything other than the first column
df.aree.T <- as.data.frame(as.matrix(t(df.aree[,-1])))

# Assign first column as the column names of the transposed dataframe
colnames(df.aree.T) <- names

Which is a better way to check if an array has more than one element?

The first method if (isset($arr['1'])) will not work on an associative array.

For example, the following code displays "Nope, not more than one."

$arr = array(
    'a' => 'apple',
    'b' => 'banana',
);

if (isset($arr['1'])) {
    echo "Yup, more than one.";
} else {
    echo "Nope, not more than one.";
}

Javascript/Jquery to change class onclick?

For a super succinct with jQuery approach try:

<div onclick="$(this).toggleClass('newclass')">click me</div>

Or pure JS:

<div onclick="this.classList.toggle('newclass');">click me</div>

Convert base64 string to ArrayBuffer

Just found base64-arraybuffer, a small npm package with incredibly high usage, 5M downloads last month (2017-08).

https://www.npmjs.com/package/base64-arraybuffer

For anyone looking for something of a best standard solution, this may be it.

Get Value of a Edit Text field

By using getText():

Button   mButton;
EditText mEdit;

/** Called when the activity is first created. */
@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState)
{
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.main);

    mButton = (Button)findViewById(R.id.button);
    mEdit   = (EditText)findViewById(R.id.edittext);

    mButton.setOnClickListener(
        new View.OnClickListener()
        {
            public void onClick(View view)
            {
                Log.v("EditText", mEdit.getText().toString());
            }
        });
}

Razor MVC Populating Javascript array with Model Array

I was integrating a slider and needed to get all the files in the folder and was having same situationof C# array to javascript array.This solution by @heymega worked perfectly except my javascript parser was annoyed on var use in foreach loop. So i did a little work around avoiding the loop.

var allowedExtensions = new string[] { ".jpg", ".jpeg", ".bmp", ".png", ".gif" };

var bannerImages = string.Join(",", Directory.GetFiles(Path.Combine(System.Web.Hosting.HostingEnvironment.ApplicationPhysicalPath, "Images", "banners"), "*.*", SearchOption.TopDirectoryOnly)
    .Where(d => allowedExtensions.Contains(Path.GetExtension(d).ToLower()))
    .Select(d => string.Format("'{0}'", Path.GetFileName(d)))
    .ToArray());

And the javascript code is

var imagesArray = new Array(@Html.Raw(bannerImages));

Hope it helps

How do I change Bootstrap 3's glyphicons to white?

You can just create your own .white class and add it to the glyphicon element.

.white, .white a {
  color: #fff;
}
<i class="glyphicon glyphicon-home white"></i>

How can I get a process handle by its name in C++?

There are two basic techniques. The first uses PSAPI; MSDN has an example that uses EnumProcesses, OpenProcess, EnumProcessModules, and GetModuleBaseName.

The other uses Toolhelp, which I prefer. Use CreateToolhelp32Snapshot to get a snapshot of the process list, walk over it with Process32First and Process32Next, which provides module name and process ID, until you find the one you want, and then call OpenProcess to get a handle.

CharSequence VS String in Java?

This is almost certainly performance reasons. For example, imagine a parser that goes through a 500k ByteBuffer containing strings.

There are 3 approaches to returning the string content:

  1. Build a String[] at parse time, one character at a time. This will take a noticeable amount of time. We can use == instead of .equals to compare cached references.

  2. Build an int[] with offsets at parse time, then dynamically build String when a get() happens. Each String will be a new object, so no caching returned values and using ==

  3. Build a CharSequence[] at parse time. Since no new data is stored (other than offsets into the byte buffer), the parsing is much lower that #1. At get time, we don't need to build a String, so get performance is equal to #1 (much better than #2), as we're only returning a reference to an existing object.

In addition to the processing gains you get using CharSequence, you also reduce the memory footprint by not duplicating data. For example, if you have a buffer containing 3 paragraphs of text, and want to return either all 3 or a single paragraph, you need 4 Strings to represent this. Using CharSequence you only need 1 buffer with the data, and 4 instances of a CharSequence implementation that tracks the start and length.

Rounding float in Ruby

When displaying, you can use (for example)

>> '%.2f' % 2.3465
=> "2.35"

If you want to store it rounded, you can use

>> (2.3465*100).round / 100.0
=> 2.35

What is the problem with shadowing names defined in outer scopes?

A good workaround in some cases may be to move the variables and code to another function:

def print_data(data):
    print data

def main():
    data = [4, 5, 6]
    print_data(data)

main()

SQLSTATE[HY093]: Invalid parameter number: number of bound variables does not match number of tokens on line 102

You didn't bind all your bindings here

$sql = "SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS *, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(publicationDate) AS publicationDate     FROM comments WHERE articleid = :art 
ORDER BY " . mysqli_escape_string($order) . " LIMIT :numRows";

$st = $conn->prepare( $sql );
$st->bindValue( ":art", $art, PDO::PARAM_INT );

You've declared a binding called :numRows but you never actually bind anything to it.

UPDATE 2019: I keep getting upvotes on this and that reminded me of another suggestion

Double quotes are string interpolation in PHP, so if you're going to use variables in a double quotes string, it's pointless to use the concat operator. On the flip side, single quotes are not string interpolation, so if you've only got like one variable at the end of a string it can make sense, or just use it for the whole string.

In fact, there's a micro op available here since the interpreter doesn't care about parsing the string for variables. The boost is nearly unnoticable and totally ignorable on a small scale. However, in a very large application, especially good old legacy monoliths, there can be a noticeable performance increase if strings are used like this. (and IMO, it's easier to read anyway)

Export Postgresql table data using pgAdmin

  1. Right-click on your table and pick option Backup..
  2. On File Options, set Filepath/Filename and pick PLAIN for Format
  3. Ignore Dump Options #1 tab
  4. In Dump Options #2 tab, check USE INSERT COMMANDS
  5. In Dump Options #2 tab, check Use Column Inserts if you want column names in your inserts.
  6. Hit Backup button

Check a collection size with JSTL

As suggested by @Joel and @Mark Chorley in earlier comments:

${empty companies}

This checks for null and empty lists/collections/arrays. It doesn't get you the length but it satisfies the example in the OP. If you can get away with it this is just cleaner than importing a tag library and its crusty syntax like gt.

SQL Server after update trigger

you can call INSERTED, SQL Server uses these tables to capture the data of the modified row before and after the event occurs.I assume in your table the name of the key is Id

I think the following code can help you

CREATE TRIGGER [dbo].[after_update]
ON [dbo].[MYTABLE]
   AFTER UPDATE
AS
BEGIN
    UPDATE dbo.[MYTABLE]
    SET    dbo.[MYTABLE].CHANGED_ON = GETDATE(),
           dbo.[MYTABLE].CHANGED_BY = USER_NAME(USER_ID())
    FROM   INSERTED
    WHERE  INSERTED.Id = dbo.[MYTABLE].[Id]
END

BarCode Image Generator in Java

iText is a great Java PDF library. They also have an API for creating barcodes. You don't need to be creating a PDF to use it.

This page has the details on creating barcodes. Here is an example from that site:

BarcodeEAN codeEAN = new BarcodeEAN();
codeEAN.setCodeType(codeEAN.EAN13);
codeEAN.setCode("9780201615883");
Image imageEAN = codeEAN.createImageWithBarcode(cb, null, null);

The biggest thing you will need to determine is what type of barcode you need. There are many different barcode formats and iText does support a lot of them. You will need to know what format you need before you can determine if this API will work for you.

Pointer vs. Reference

Use a reference when you can, use a pointer when you have to. From C++ FAQ: "When should I use references, and when should I use pointers?"

Multidimensional Array [][] vs [,]

double[][] is an array of arrays and double[,] is a matrix. If you want to initialize an array of array, you will need to do this:

double[][] ServicePoint = new double[10][]
for(var i=0;i<ServicePoint.Length;i++)
    ServicePoint[i] = new double[9];

Take in account that using arrays of arrays will let you have arrays of different lengths:

ServicePoint[0] = new double[10];
ServicePoint[1] = new double[3];
ServicePoint[2] = new double[5];
//and so on...

Maven does not find JUnit tests to run

Following worked just fine for me in Junit 5

https://junit.org/junit5/docs/current/user-guide/#running-tests-build-maven

<build>
    <plugins>
        <plugin>
            <artifactId>maven-surefire-plugin</artifactId>
            <version>2.22.0</version>
        </plugin>
        <plugin>
            <artifactId>maven-failsafe-plugin</artifactId>
            <version>2.22.0</version>
        </plugin>
    </plugins>
</build>
<!-- ... -->
<dependencies>
    <!-- ... -->
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.junit.jupiter</groupId>
        <artifactId>junit-jupiter-api</artifactId>
        <version>5.4.0</version>
        <scope>test</scope>
    </dependency>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.junit.jupiter</groupId>
        <artifactId>junit-jupiter-engine</artifactId>
        <version>5.4.0</version>
        <scope>test</scope>
    </dependency>
    <!-- ... -->
</dependencies>
<!-- ... -->

How to change style of a default EditText

I solved the same issue 10 minutes ago, so I will give you a short effective fix: Place this inside the application tag or your manifest:

 android:theme="@android:style/Theme.Holo"

Also set the Theme of your XML layout to Holo, in the layout's graphical view.

Libraries will be useful if you need to change more complicated theme stuff, but this little fix will work, so you can move on with your app.

How can I run a PHP script in the background after a form is submitted?

As I know you cannot do this in easy way (see fork exec etc (don't work under windows)), may be you can reverse the approach, use the background of the browser posting the form in ajax, so if the post still work you've no wait time.
This can help even if you have to do some long elaboration.

About sending mail it's always suggest to use a spooler, may be a local & quick smtp server that accept your requests and the spool them to the real MTA or put all in a DB, than use a cron that spool the queue.
The cron may be on another machine calling the spooler as external url:

* * * * * wget -O /dev/null http://www.example.com/spooler.php

Bootstrap close responsive menu "on click"

You don't have to add any extra javascript to what's already included with bootstraps collapse option. Instead simply include data-toggle and data-target selectors on your menu list items just as you do with your navbar-toggle button. So for your Products menu item it would look like this

<li><a href="#Products" data-toggle="collapse" data-target=".navbar-collapse">Products</a></li>

Then you would need to repeat the data-toggle and data-target selectors for each menu item

EDIT!!! In order to fix overflow issues and flickering on this fix I'm adding some more code that will fix this and still not have any extra javascript. Here is the new code:

<li><a href="#products" class="hidden-xs">Products</a></li>
<li><a href="#products" class="visible-xs" data-toggle="collapse" data-target=".navbar-collapse">Products</a></li>

Here it is at work http://jsfiddle.net/jaketaylor/84mqazgq/

This will make your toggle and target selectors specific to screen size and eliminate glitches on the larger menu. If anyone is still having issues with glitches please let me know and I'll find a fix. Thanks

EDIT: In the bootstrap v4.1.3 I couldnt use visible/hidden classes. Instead of hidden-xs use d-none d-sm-block and instead of visible-xs use d-block d-sm-none.

Aren't promises just callbacks?

Promises are not callbacks, both are programming idioms that facilitate async programming. Using an async/await-style of programming using coroutines or generators that return promises could be considered a 3rd such idiom. A comparison of these idioms across different programming languages (including Javascript) is here: https://github.com/KjellSchubert/promise-future-task

What is the difference between "Class.forName()" and "Class.forName().newInstance()"?

No matter how many times you call Class.forName() method, Only once the static block gets executed not multiple time:

package forNameMethodDemo;

public class MainClass {

    public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
        Class.forName("forNameMethodDemo.DemoClass");
        Class.forName("forNameMethodDemo.DemoClass");
        Class.forName("forNameMethodDemo.DemoClass");
        DemoClass demoClass = (DemoClass)Class.forName("forNameMethodDemo.DemoClass").newInstance();
    }
}


public class DemoClass {
    
    static {
        System.out.println("in Static block");
    }

    {
        System.out.println("in Instance block");
    }
}

output will be:

in Static block
in Instance block

This in Static block statement is printed only once not three times.

Converting dict to OrderedDict

Most of the time we go for OrderedDict when we required a custom order not a generic one like ASC etc.

Here is the proposed solution:

import collections
ship = {"NAME": "Albatross",
         "HP":50,
         "BLASTERS":13,
         "THRUSTERS":18,
         "PRICE":250}

ship = collections.OrderedDict(ship)

print ship


new_dict = collections.OrderedDict()
new_dict["NAME"]=ship["NAME"]
new_dict["HP"]=ship["HP"]
new_dict["BLASTERS"]=ship["BLASTERS"]
new_dict["THRUSTERS"]=ship["THRUSTERS"]
new_dict["PRICE"]=ship["PRICE"]


print new_dict

This will be output:

OrderedDict([('PRICE', 250), ('HP', 50), ('NAME', 'Albatross'), ('BLASTERS', 13), ('THRUSTERS', 18)])
OrderedDict([('NAME', 'Albatross'), ('HP', 50), ('BLASTERS', 13), ('THRUSTERS', 18), ('PRICE', 250)])

Note: The new sorted dictionaries maintain their sort order when entries are deleted. But when new keys are added, the keys are appended to the end and the sort is not maintained.(official doc)

"unary operator expected" error in Bash if condition

You can also set a default value for the variable, so you don't need to use two "[", which amounts to two processes ("[" is actually a program) instead of one.

It goes by this syntax: ${VARIABLE:-default}.

The whole thing has to be thought in such a way that this "default" value is something distinct from a "valid" value/content.

If that's not possible for some reason you probably need to add a step like checking if there's a value at all, along the lines of "if [ -z $VARIABLE ] ; then echo "the variable needs to be filled"", or "if [ ! -z $VARIABLE ] ; then #everything is fine, proceed with the rest of the script".

Python: "Indentation Error: unindent does not match any outer indentation level"

Maybe it's this part:

if speed      > self.buginfo["maxspeed"]: self.buginfo["maxspeed"] = speed
if generation > self.buginfo["maxgen"]  : self.buginfo["maxgen"]   = generation

Try to remove the extra space to make it look aligned.

Edit: from pep8

  Yes:

      x = 1
      y = 2
      long_variable = 3

  No:

      x             = 1
      y             = 2
      long_variable = 3

Try to follow that coding style.

Working with Enums in android

As commented by Chris, enums require much more memory on Android that adds up as they keep being used everywhere. You should try IntDef or StringDef instead, which use annotations so that the compiler validates passed values.

public abstract class ActionBar {
...
@IntDef({NAVIGATION_MODE_STANDARD, NAVIGATION_MODE_LIST, NAVIGATION_MODE_TABS})
@Retention(RetentionPolicy.SOURCE)
public @interface NavigationMode {}

public static final int NAVIGATION_MODE_STANDARD = 0;
public static final int NAVIGATION_MODE_LIST = 1;
public static final int NAVIGATION_MODE_TABS = 2;

@NavigationMode
public abstract int getNavigationMode();

public abstract void setNavigationMode(@NavigationMode int mode);

It can also be used as flags, allowing for binary composition (OR / AND operations).

EDIT: It seems that transforming enums into ints is one of the default optimizations in Proguard.

How can I check the size of a file in a Windows batch script?

%~z1 expands to the size of the first argument to the batch file. See

C:\> call /?

and

C:\> if /?

Simple example:

@ECHO OFF
SET SIZELIMIT=1000
SET FILESIZE=%~z1

IF %FILESIZE% GTR %SIZELIMIT% Goto No

ECHO Great! Your filesize is smaller than %SIZELIMIT% kbytes.
PAUSE
GOTO :EOF

:No
ECHO Um ... You have a big filesize.
PAUSE
GOTO :EOF

Video auto play is not working in Safari and Chrome desktop browser

Spent two hours trying all solutions mentioned above.

This is what finally worked for me:

var vid = document.getElementById("myVideo");
vid.muted = true;

Root password inside a Docker container

I had exactly this problem of not being able to su to root because I was running in the container as an unprivileged user.

But I didn't want to rebuild a new image as the previous answers suggest.

Instead I have found that I could access the container as root using 'nsenter', see: https://github.com/jpetazzo/nsenter

First determine the PID of your container on the host:

docker inspect --format {{.State.Pid}} <container_name_or_ID>

Then use nsenter to enter the container as root

nsenter --target <PID> --mount --uts --ipc --net --pid

How to import and export components using React + ES6 + webpack?

Wrapping components with braces if no default exports:

import {MyNavbar} from './comp/my-navbar.jsx';

or import multiple components from single module file

import {MyNavbar1, MyNavbar2} from './module';

Laravel - htmlspecialchars() expects parameter 1 to be string, object given

This is the proper way to access data in laravel :

@foreach($data-> ac as $link) 

   {{$link->url}}

@endforeach

Truncating all tables in a Postgres database

Could you use dynamic SQL to execute each statement in turn? You would probably have to write a PL/pgSQL script to do this.

http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.3/static/plpgsql-statements.html (section 38.5.4. Executing Dynamic Commands)

Navigation Drawer (Google+ vs. YouTube)

Just recently I forked a current Github project called "RibbonMenu" and edited it to fit my needs:

https://github.com/jaredsburrows/RibbonMenu

What's the Purpose

  • Ease of Access: Allow easy access to a menu that slides in and out
  • Ease of Implementation: Update the same screen using minimal amount of code
  • Independency: Does not require support libraries such as ActionBarSherlock
  • Customization: Easy to change colors and menus

What's New

  • Changed the sliding animation to match Facebook and Google+ apps
  • Added standard ActionBar (you can chose to use ActionBarSherlock)
  • Used menuitem to open the Menu
  • Added ability to update ListView on main Activity
  • Added 2 ListViews to the Menu, similiar to Facebook and Google+ apps
  • Added a AutoCompleteTextView and a Button as well to show examples of implemenation
  • Added method to allow users to hit the 'back button' to hide the menu when it is open
  • Allows users to interact with background(main ListView) and the menu at the same time unlike the Facebook and Google+ apps!

ActionBar with Menu out

ActionBar with Menu out

ActionBar with Menu out and search selected

ActionBar with Menu out and search selected

In Java how does one turn a String into a char or a char into a String?

String someString = "" + c;
char c = someString.charAt(0);

What is the difference between <html lang="en"> and <html lang="en-US">?

This should help : http://www.w3.org/International/articles/language-tags/

The golden rule when creating language tags is to keep the tag as short as possible. Avoid region, script or other subtags except where they add useful distinguishing information. For instance, use ja for Japanese and not ja-JP, unless there is a particular reason that you need to say that this is Japanese as spoken in Japan, rather than elsewhere.

The list below shows the various types of subtag that are available. We will work our way through these and how they are used in the sections that follow.

language-extlang-script-region-variant-extension-privateuse

How to verify if nginx is running or not?

The other way to see it in windows command line :

tasklist /fi "imagename eq nginx.exe"

INFO: No tasks are running which match the specified criteria.

if there is a running nginx you will see them

How do you access the matched groups in a JavaScript regular expression?

Get all group occurrence

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let m=[], s = "something format_abc  format_def  format_ghi";_x000D_
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s.replace(/(?:^|\s)format_(.*?)(?:\s|$)/g, (x,y)=> m.push(y));_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(m);
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CSS: Force float to do a whole new line

I fixed it by removing float:left, and adding display:inline-block instead. Haven't used it for images, but should work fine, there, too.

Quickest way to convert a base 10 number to any base in .NET?

Convert.ToString can be used to convert a number to its equivalent string representation in a specified base.

Example:

string binary = Convert.ToString(5, 2); // convert 5 to its binary representation
Console.WriteLine(binary);              // prints 101

However, as pointed out by the comments, Convert.ToString only supports the following limited - but typically sufficient - set of bases: 2, 8, 10, or 16.

Update (to meet the requirement to convert to any base):

I'm not aware of any method in the BCL which is capable to convert numbers to any base so you would have to write your own small utility function. A simple sample would look like that (note that this surely can be made faster by replacing the string concatenation):

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        // convert to binary
        string binary = IntToString(42, new char[] { '0', '1' });

        // convert to hexadecimal
        string hex = IntToString(42, 
            new char[] { '0', '1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '7', '8', '9',
                         'A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F'});

        // convert to hexavigesimal (base 26, A-Z)
        string hexavigesimal = IntToString(42, 
            Enumerable.Range('A', 26).Select(x => (char)x).ToArray());

        // convert to sexagesimal
        string xx = IntToString(42, 
            new char[] { '0','1','2','3','4','5','6','7','8','9',
            'A','B','C','D','E','F','G','H','I','J','K','L','M','N','O','P','Q','R','S','T','U','V','W','X','Y','Z',
            'a','b','c','d','e','f','g','h','i','j','k','l','m','n','o','p','q','r','s','t','u','v','w','x'});
    }

    public static string IntToString(int value, char[] baseChars)
    {
        string result = string.Empty;
        int targetBase = baseChars.Length;

        do
        {
            result = baseChars[value % targetBase] + result;
            value = value / targetBase;
        } 
        while (value > 0);

        return result;
    }

    /// <summary>
    /// An optimized method using an array as buffer instead of 
    /// string concatenation. This is faster for return values having 
    /// a length > 1.
    /// </summary>
    public static string IntToStringFast(int value, char[] baseChars)
    {
        // 32 is the worst cast buffer size for base 2 and int.MaxValue
        int i = 32;
        char[] buffer = new char[i];
        int targetBase= baseChars.Length;

        do
        {
            buffer[--i] = baseChars[value % targetBase];
            value = value / targetBase;
        }
        while (value > 0);

        char[] result = new char[32 - i];
        Array.Copy(buffer, i, result, 0, 32 - i);

        return new string(result);
    }
}

Update 2 (Performance Improvement)

Using an array buffer instead of string concatenation to build the result string gives a performance improvement especially on large number (see method IntToStringFast). In the best case (i.e. the longest possible input) this method is roughly three times faster. However, for 1-digit numbers (i.e. 1-digit in the target base), IntToString will be faster.

How do I clear/delete the current line in terminal?

Add to the list:

In Emacs mode, hit Esc, followed by R, will delete the whole line.

I don't know why, just happens to find it. Maybe it's not used for delete line but happens to have the same effect. If someone knows, please tell me, thanks :)

Works in Bash, but won't work in Fish.

JUNIT testing void methods

I want to make some unit test to get maximal code coverage

Code coverage should never be the goal of writing unit tests. You should write unit tests to prove that your code is correct, or help you design it better, or help someone else understand what the code is meant to do.

but I dont see how I can test my method checkIfValidElements, it returns nothing or change nothing.

Well you should probably give a few tests, which between them check that all 7 methods are called appropriately - both with an invalid argument and with a valid argument, checking the results of ErrorFile each time.

For example, suppose someone removed the call to:

method4(arg1, arg2);

... or accidentally changed the argument order:

method4(arg2, arg1);

How would you notice those problems? Go from that, and design tests to prove it.

How to delete session cookie in Postman?

I tried clearing the chrome cookies to get rid of postman cookies, as one of the answers given here. But it didn't work for me. I checked my postman version, found that it's an old version 5.5.4. So I just tried a Postman update to its latest version 7.3.4. Cool, the issue fixed !!

Convert python long/int to fixed size byte array

Little-endian, reverse the result or the range if you want Big-endian:

def int_to_bytes(val, num_bytes):
    return [(val & (0xff << pos*8)) >> pos*8 for pos in range(num_bytes)]

Big-endian:

def int_to_bytes(val, num_bytes):
    return [(val & (0xff << pos*8)) >> pos*8 for pos in reversed(range(num_bytes))]

Set multiple system properties Java command line

If the required properties need to set in system then there is no option than -D But if you need those properties while bootstrapping an application then loading properties through the properties files is a best option. It will not require to change build for a single property.

document.getElementById("remember").visibility = "hidden"; not working on a checkbox

you can use

style="display:none"

Ex:

<asp:TextBox ID="txbProv" runat="server" style="display:none"></asp:TextBox>

"Use the new keyword if hiding was intended" warning

Your class has a base class, and this base class also has a property (which is not virtual or abstract) called Events which is being overridden by your class. If you intend to override it put the "new" keyword after the public modifier. E.G.

public new EventsDataTable Events
{
  ..
}

If you don't wish to override it change your properties' name to something else.

jquery find closest previous sibling with class

Try:

$('li.current_sub').prevAll("li.par_cat:first");

Tested it with your markup:

$('li.current_sub').prevAll("li.par_cat:first").text("woohoo");

will fill up the closest previous li.par_cat with "woohoo".

How do I align views at the bottom of the screen?

You can just give your top child view (the TextView @+id/TextView) an attribute: android:layout_weight="1".

This will force all other elements below it to the bottom.

Reset select2 value and show placeholder

$('myselectdropdown').select2('val', '0')

where 0 is your first value of the dropdown

How do I get a div to float to the bottom of its container?

If you want the text to wrap nicely:-

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.outer {_x000D_
  display: table;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
.inner {_x000D_
  height: 200px;_x000D_
  display: table-cell;_x000D_
  vertical-align: bottom;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
/* Just for styling */_x000D_
.inner {_x000D_
  background: #eee;_x000D_
  padding: 0 20px;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<!-- Need two parent elements -->_x000D_
<div class="outer">_x000D_
  <div class="inner">_x000D_
    <h3>Sample Heading</h3>_x000D_
    <p>Sample Paragragh</p>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
</div>
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How can I switch to a tag/branch in hg?

Once you have cloned the repo, you have everything: you can then hg up branchname or hg up tagname to update your working copy.

UP: hg up is a shortcut of hg update, which also has hg checkout alias for people with git habits.

python: SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal

Your variable(s1) spans multiple lines. In order to do this (i.e you want your string to span multiple lines), you have to use triple quotes(""").

s1="""some very long 
string............"""

Preventing an image from being draggable or selectable without using JS

You could set the image as a background image. Since it resides in a div, and the div is undraggable, the image will be undraggable:

<div style="background-image: url("image.jpg");">
</div>

Checking for NULL pointer in C/C++

In my experience, tests of the form if (ptr) or if (!ptr) are preferred. They do not depend on the definition of the symbol NULL. They do not expose the opportunity for the accidental assignment. And they are clear and succinct.

Edit: As SoapBox points out in a comment, they are compatible with C++ classes such as auto_ptr that are objects that act as pointers and which provide a conversion to bool to enable exactly this idiom. For these objects, an explicit comparison to NULL would have to invoke a conversion to pointer which may have other semantic side effects or be more expensive than the simple existence check that the bool conversion implies.

I have a preference for code that says what it means without unneeded text. if (ptr != NULL) has the same meaning as if (ptr) but at the cost of redundant specificity. The next logical thing is to write if ((ptr != NULL) == TRUE) and that way lies madness. The C language is clear that a boolean tested by if, while or the like has a specific meaning of non-zero value is true and zero is false. Redundancy does not make it clearer.

How to check if a given directory exists in Ruby

You can also use Dir::exist? like so:

Dir.exist?('Directory Name')

Returns true if the 'Directory Name' is a directory, false otherwise.1

Copying files to a container with Docker Compose

Given

    volumes:
      - /dir/on/host:/var/www/html

if /dir/on/host doesn't exist, it is created on the host and the empty content is mounted in the container at /var/www/html. Whatever content you had before in /var/www/html inside the container is inaccessible, until you unmount the volume; the new mount is hiding the old content.

JavaScript open in a new window, not tab

Try:

window.open("", [window name], "height=XXX,width=XXX,modal=yes,alwaysRaised=yes");

I have some code that does what your say, but there is a lot of parameters in it. I think these are the bare minimum, let me know if it doesn't work, I'll post the rest.

Object of custom type as dictionary key

You override __hash__ if you want special hash-semantics, and __cmp__ or __eq__ in order to make your class usable as a key. Objects who compare equal need to have the same hash value.

Python expects __hash__ to return an integer, returning Banana() is not recommended :)

User defined classes have __hash__ by default that calls id(self), as you noted.

There is some extra tips from the documentation.:

Classes which inherit a __hash__() method from a parent class but change the meaning of __cmp__() or __eq__() such that the hash value returned is no longer appropriate (e.g. by switching to a value-based concept of equality instead of the default identity based equality) can explicitly flag themselves as being unhashable by setting __hash__ = None in the class definition. Doing so means that not only will instances of the class raise an appropriate TypeError when a program attempts to retrieve their hash value, but they will also be correctly identified as unhashable when checking isinstance(obj, collections.Hashable) (unlike classes which define their own __hash__() to explicitly raise TypeError).

How to view the list of compile errors in IntelliJ?

You should disable Power Save Mode

For me I clicked over this button

enter image description here

then disable Power Save Mode

PostgreSQL naming conventions

There isn't really a formal manual, because there's no single style or standard.

So long as you understand the rules of identifier naming you can use whatever you like.

In practice, I find it easier to use lower_case_underscore_separated_identifiers because it isn't necessary to "Double Quote" them everywhere to preserve case, spaces, etc.

If you wanted to name your tables and functions "@MyA??! ""betty"" Shard$42" you'd be free to do that, though it'd be pain to type everywhere.

The main things to understand are:

  • Unless double-quoted, identifiers are case-folded to lower-case, so MyTable, MYTABLE and mytable are all the same thing, but "MYTABLE" and "MyTable" are different;

  • Unless double-quoted:

    SQL identifiers and key words must begin with a letter (a-z, but also letters with diacritical marks and non-Latin letters) or an underscore (_). Subsequent characters in an identifier or key word can be letters, underscores, digits (0-9), or dollar signs ($).

  • You must double-quote keywords if you wish to use them as identifiers.

In practice I strongly recommend that you do not use keywords as identifiers. At least avoid reserved words. Just because you can name a table "with" doesn't mean you should.

LISTAGG in Oracle to return distinct values

If the intent is to apply this transformation to multiple columns, I have extended a_horse_with_no_name's solution:

SELECT * FROM
(SELECT LISTAGG(GRADE_LEVEL, ',') within group(order by GRADE_LEVEL) "Grade Levels" FROM (select distinct GRADE_LEVEL FROM Students) t)                     t1,
(SELECT LISTAGG(ENROLL_STATUS, ',') within group(order by ENROLL_STATUS) "Enrollment Status" FROM (select distinct ENROLL_STATUS FROM Students) t)          t2,
(SELECT LISTAGG(GENDER, ',') within group(order by GENDER) "Legal Gender Code" FROM (select distinct GENDER FROM Students) t)                               t3,
(SELECT LISTAGG(CITY, ',') within group(order by CITY) "City" FROM (select distinct CITY FROM Students) t)                                                  t4,
(SELECT LISTAGG(ENTRYCODE, ',') within group(order by ENTRYCODE) "Entry Code" FROM (select distinct ENTRYCODE FROM Students) t)                             t5,
(SELECT LISTAGG(EXITCODE, ',') within group(order by EXITCODE) "Exit Code" FROM (select distinct EXITCODE FROM Students) t)                                 t6,
(SELECT LISTAGG(LUNCHSTATUS, ',') within group(order by LUNCHSTATUS) "Lunch Status" FROM (select distinct LUNCHSTATUS FROM Students) t)                     t7,
(SELECT LISTAGG(ETHNICITY, ',') within group(order by ETHNICITY) "Race Code" FROM (select distinct ETHNICITY FROM Students) t)                              t8,
(SELECT LISTAGG(CLASSOF, ',') within group(order by CLASSOF) "Expected Graduation Year" FROM (select distinct CLASSOF FROM Students) t)                     t9,
(SELECT LISTAGG(TRACK, ',') within group(order by TRACK) "Track Code" FROM (select distinct TRACK FROM Students) t)                                         t10,
(SELECT LISTAGG(GRADREQSETID, ',') within group(order by GRADREQSETID) "Graduation ID" FROM (select distinct GRADREQSETID FROM Students) t)                 t11,
(SELECT LISTAGG(ENROLLMENT_SCHOOLID, ',') within group(order by ENROLLMENT_SCHOOLID) "School Key" FROM (select distinct ENROLLMENT_SCHOOLID FROM Students) t)       t12,
(SELECT LISTAGG(FEDETHNICITY, ',') within group(order by FEDETHNICITY) "Federal Race Code" FROM (select distinct FEDETHNICITY FROM Students) t)                         t13,
(SELECT LISTAGG(SUMMERSCHOOLID, ',') within group(order by SUMMERSCHOOLID) "Summer School Key" FROM (select distinct SUMMERSCHOOLID FROM Students) t)                               t14,
(SELECT LISTAGG(FEDRACEDECLINE, ',') within group(order by FEDRACEDECLINE) "Student Decl to Prov Race Code" FROM (select distinct FEDRACEDECLINE FROM Students) t)          t15

This is Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.2.0 - 64bit Production.
I was unable to use STRAGG because there is no way to DISTINCT and ORDER.

Performance scales linearly, which is good, since I am adding all columns of interest. The above took 3 seconds for 77K rows. For just one rollup, .172 seconds. I do with there was a way to distinctify multiple columns in a table in one pass.