Programs & Examples On #Gawk

gawk (short for GNU awk) is a free implementation of awk with manifold useful extensions.

awk - concatenate two string variable and assign to a third

Just use var = var1 var2 and it will automatically concatenate the vars var1 and var2:

awk '{new_var=$1$2; print new_var}' file

You can put an space in between with:

awk '{new_var=$1" "$2; print new_var}' file

Which in fact is the same as using FS, because it defaults to the space:

awk '{new_var=$1 FS $2; print new_var}' file

Test

$ cat file
hello how are you
i am fine
$ awk '{new_var=$1$2; print new_var}' file
hellohow
iam
$ awk '{new_var=$1 FS $2; print new_var}' file
hello how
i am

You can play around with it in ideone: http://ideone.com/4u2Aip

Print second last column/field in awk

You weren't far from the result! This does it:

awk '{NF--; print $NF}' file

This decrements the number of fields in one, so that $NF contains the former penultimate.

Test

Let's generate some numbers and print them on groups of 5:

$ seq 12 | xargs -n5
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
11 12

Let's print the penultimate on each line:

$ seq 12 | xargs -n5 | awk '{NF--; print $NF}'
4
9
11

Using grep and sed to find and replace a string

Your solution is ok. only try it in this way:

files=$(grep -rl oldstr path) && echo $files | xargs sed....

so execute the xargs only when grep return 0, e.g. when found the string in some files.

How to bind list to dataGridView?

Using DataTable is valid as user927524 stated. You can also do it by adding rows manually, which will not require to add a specific wrapping class:

List<string> filenamesList = ...;
foreach(string filename in filenamesList)
      gvFilesOnServer.Rows.Add(new object[]{filename});

In any case, thanks user927524 for clearing this weird behavior!!

What is the equivalent of "!=" in Excel VBA?

Because the inequality operator in VBA is <>

If strTest <> "" Then
    .....

the operator != is used in C#, C++.

How to get a date in YYYY-MM-DD format from a TSQL datetime field?

One other way...

CONVERT(varchar, DATEPART(yyyy, @datetime)) + '/' + CONVERT(varchar, DATEPART(mm, @datetime)) + '/' + CONVERT(varchar, DATEPART(dd, @datetime)) 

Launch iOS simulator from Xcode and getting a black screen, followed by Xcode hanging and unable to stop tasks

Just reset your simulator by clicking Simulator-> Reset Contents and Settings..

Detect all changes to a <input type="text"> (immediately) using JQuery

Unfortunately, I think setInterval wins the prize:

<input type=text id=input_id />
<script>
setInterval(function() { ObserveInputValue($('#input_id').val()); }, 100);
</script>

It's the cleanest solution, at only 1 line of code. It's also the most robust, since you don't have to worry about all the different events/ways an input can get a value.

The downsides of using 'setInterval' don't seem to apply in this case:

  • The 100ms latency? For many applications, 100ms is fast enough.
  • Added load on the browser? In general, adding lots of heavy-weight setIntervals on your page is bad. But in this particular case, the added page load is undetectable.
  • It doesn't scale to many inputs? Most pages don't have more than a handful of inputs, which you can sniff all in the same setInterval.

Can't pickle <type 'instancemethod'> when using multiprocessing Pool.map()

Why not to use separate func?

def func(*args, **kwargs):
    return inst.method(args, kwargs)

print pool.map(func, arr)

Tomcat 8 Maven Plugin for Java 8

groupId and Mojo name change Since version 2.0-beta-1 tomcat mojos has been renamed to tomcat6 and tomcat7 with the same goals.

You must configure your pom to use this new groupId:

<pluginManagement>
  <plugins>
    <plugin>
      <groupId>org.apache.tomcat.maven</groupId>
      <artifactId>tomcat6-maven-plugin</artifactId>
      <version>2.3-SNAPSHOT</version>
    </plugin>
    <plugin>
      <groupId>org.apache.tomcat.maven</groupId>
      <artifactId>tomcat7-maven-plugin</artifactId>
      <version>2.3-SNAPSHOT</version>
    </plugin>
  </plugins>
</pluginManagement>

Or add the groupId in your settings.xml

.... org.apache.tomcat.maven ....

How to tell bash that the line continues on the next line

The character is a backslash \

From the bash manual:

The backslash character ‘\’ may be used to remove any special meaning for the next character read and for line continuation.

How to create an HTTPS server in Node.js?

To enable your app to listen for both http and https on ports 80 and 443 respectively, do the following

Create an express app:

var express = require('express');
var app = express();

The app returned by express() is a JavaScript function. It can be be passed to Node’s HTTP servers as a callback to handle requests. This makes it easy to provide both HTTP and HTTPS versions of your app using the same code base.

You can do so as follows:

var express = require('express');
var https = require('https');
var http = require('http');
var fs = require('fs');
var app = express();

var options = {
  key: fs.readFileSync('/path/to/key.pem'),
  cert: fs.readFileSync('/path/to/cert.pem')
};

http.createServer(app).listen(80);
https.createServer(options, app).listen(443);

For complete detail see the doc

Read Excel File in Python

Although I almost always just use pandas for this, my current little tool is being packaged into an executable and including pandas is overkill. So I created a version of poida's solution that resulted in a list of named tuples. His code with this change would look like this:

from xlrd import open_workbook
from collections import namedtuple
from pprint import pprint

wb = open_workbook('sample.xls')

FORMAT = ['Arm_id', 'DSPName', 'PinCode']
OneRow = namedtuple('OneRow', ' '.join(FORMAT))
all_rows = []

for s in wb.sheets():
    headerRow = s.row(0)
    columnIndex = [x for y in FORMAT for x in range(len(headerRow)) if y == headerRow[x].value]

    for row in range(1,s.nrows):
        currentRow = s.row(row)
        currentRowValues = [currentRow[x].value for x in columnIndex]
        all_rows.append(OneRow(*currentRowValues))

pprint(all_rows)

How can I get client information such as OS and browser

In Java there is no direct way to get browser and OS related information.

But to get this few third-party tools are available.

Instead of trusting third-party tools, I suggest you to parse the user agent.

String  browserDetails  =   request.getHeader("User-Agent");

By doing this you can separate the browser details and OS related information easily according to your requirement. PFB the snippet for reference.

        String  browserDetails  =   request.getHeader("User-Agent");
        String  userAgent       =   browserDetails;
        String  user            =   userAgent.toLowerCase();

        String os = "";
        String browser = "";

        log.info("User Agent for the request is===>"+browserDetails);
        //=================OS=======================
         if (userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf("windows") >= 0 )
         {
             os = "Windows";
         } else if(userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf("mac") >= 0)
         {
             os = "Mac";
         } else if(userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf("x11") >= 0)
         {
             os = "Unix";
         } else if(userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf("android") >= 0)
         {
             os = "Android";
         } else if(userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf("iphone") >= 0)
         {
             os = "IPhone";
         }else{
             os = "UnKnown, More-Info: "+userAgent;
         }
         //===============Browser===========================
        if (user.contains("msie"))
        {
            String substring=userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("MSIE")).split(";")[0];
            browser=substring.split(" ")[0].replace("MSIE", "IE")+"-"+substring.split(" ")[1];
        } else if (user.contains("safari") && user.contains("version"))
        {
            browser=(userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("Safari")).split(" ")[0]).split("/")[0]+"-"+(userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("Version")).split(" ")[0]).split("/")[1];
        } else if ( user.contains("opr") || user.contains("opera"))
        {
            if(user.contains("opera"))
                browser=(userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("Opera")).split(" ")[0]).split("/")[0]+"-"+(userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("Version")).split(" ")[0]).split("/")[1];
            else if(user.contains("opr"))
                browser=((userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("OPR")).split(" ")[0]).replace("/", "-")).replace("OPR", "Opera");
        } else if (user.contains("chrome"))
        {
            browser=(userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("Chrome")).split(" ")[0]).replace("/", "-");
        } else if ((user.indexOf("mozilla/7.0") > -1) || (user.indexOf("netscape6") != -1)  || (user.indexOf("mozilla/4.7") != -1) || (user.indexOf("mozilla/4.78") != -1) || (user.indexOf("mozilla/4.08") != -1) || (user.indexOf("mozilla/3") != -1) )
        {
            //browser=(userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("MSIE")).split(" ")[0]).replace("/", "-");
            browser = "Netscape-?";

        } else if (user.contains("firefox"))
        {
            browser=(userAgent.substring(userAgent.indexOf("Firefox")).split(" ")[0]).replace("/", "-");
        } else if(user.contains("rv"))
        {
            browser="IE-" + user.substring(user.indexOf("rv") + 3, user.indexOf(")"));
        } else
        {
            browser = "UnKnown, More-Info: "+userAgent;
        }
        log.info("Operating System======>"+os);
        log.info("Browser Name==========>"+browser);

Deleting an object in C++

Isn't this the normal way to free the memory associated with an object?

This is a common way of managing dynamically allocated memory, but it's not a good way to do so. This sort of code is brittle because it is not exception-safe: if an exception is thrown between when you create the object and when you delete it, you will leak that object.

It is far better to use a smart pointer container, which you can use to get scope-bound resource management (it's more commonly called resource acquisition is initialization, or RAII).

As an example of automatic resource management:

void test()
{
    std::auto_ptr<Object1> obj1(new Object1);

} // The object is automatically deleted when the scope ends.

Depending on your use case, auto_ptr might not provide the semantics you need. In that case, you can consider using shared_ptr.

As for why your program crashes when you delete the object, you have not given sufficient code for anyone to be able to answer that question with any certainty.

Installed Java 7 on Mac OS X but Terminal is still using version 6

It is happening because your .bash_profile is not reflecting changes.To reflect it, just use the following command

$ source .bash_profile

Gulp command not found after install

I realize that this is an old thread, but for Future-Me, and posterity, I figured I should add my two-cents around the "running npm as sudo" discussion. Disclaimer: I do not use Windows. These steps have only been proven on non-windows machines, both virtual and physical.

You can avoid the need to use sudo by changing the permission to npm's default directory.


How to: change permissions in order to run npm without sudo

Step 1: Find out where npm's default directory is.

  • To do this, open your terminal and run:
    npm config get prefix

Step 2: Proceed, based on the output of that command:

  • Scenario One: npm's default directory is /usr/local
    For most users, your output will show that npm's default directory is /usr/local, in which case you can skip to step 4 to update the permissions for the directory.
  • Scenario Two: npm's default directory is /usr or /Users/YOURUSERNAME/node_modules or /Something/Else/FishyLooking
    If you find that npm's default directory is not /usr/local, but is instead something you can't explain or looks fishy, you should go to step 3 to change the default directory for npm, or you risk messing up your permissions on a much larger scale.

Step 3: Change npm's default directory:

  • There are a couple of ways to go about this, including creating a directory specifically for global installations and then adding that directory to your $PATH, but since /usr/local is probably already in your path, I think it's simpler to just change npm's default directory to that. Like so: npm config set prefix /usr/local
    • For more info on the other approaches I mentioned, see the npm docs here.

Step 4: Update the permissions on npm's default directory:

  • Once you've verified that npm's default directory is in a sensible location, you can update the permissions on it using the command:
    sudo chown -R $(whoami) $(npm config get prefix)/{lib/node_modules,bin,share}

Now you should be able to run npm <whatever> without sudo. Note: You may need to restart your terminal in order for these changes to take effect.

How to solve : SQL Error: ORA-00604: error occurred at recursive SQL level 1

One possible explanation is a database trigger that fires for each DROP TABLE statement. To find the trigger, query the _TRIGGERS dictionary views:

select * from all_triggers
where trigger_type in ('AFTER EVENT', 'BEFORE EVENT')

disable any suspicious trigger with

   alter trigger <trigger_name> disable;

and try re-running your DROP TABLE statement

Download a file with Android, and showing the progress in a ProgressDialog

You can observer the progress of the download manager using LiveData and coroutines, see the gist below

https://gist.github.com/FhdAlotaibi/678eb1f4fa94475daf74ac491874fc0e

data class DownloadItem(val bytesDownloadedSoFar: Long = -1, val totalSizeBytes: Long = -1, val status: Int)

class DownloadProgressLiveData(private val application: Application, private val requestId: Long) : LiveData<DownloadItem>(), CoroutineScope {

    private val downloadManager by lazy {
        application.getSystemService(Context.DOWNLOAD_SERVICE) as DownloadManager
    }

    private val job = Job()

    override val coroutineContext: CoroutineContext
        get() = Dispatchers.IO + job

    override fun onActive() {
        super.onActive()
        launch {
            while (isActive) {
                val query = DownloadManager.Query().setFilterById(requestId)
                val cursor = downloadManager.query(query)
                if (cursor.moveToFirst()) {
                    val status = cursor.getInt(cursor.getColumnIndex(DownloadManager.COLUMN_STATUS))
                    Timber.d("Status $status")
                    when (status) {
                        DownloadManager.STATUS_SUCCESSFUL,
                        DownloadManager.STATUS_PENDING,
                        DownloadManager.STATUS_FAILED,
                        DownloadManager.STATUS_PAUSED -> postValue(DownloadItem(status = status))
                        else -> {
                            val bytesDownloadedSoFar = cursor.getInt(cursor.getColumnIndex(DownloadManager.COLUMN_BYTES_DOWNLOADED_SO_FAR))
                            val totalSizeBytes = cursor.getInt(cursor.getColumnIndex(DownloadManager.COLUMN_TOTAL_SIZE_BYTES))
                            postValue(DownloadItem(bytesDownloadedSoFar.toLong(), totalSizeBytes.toLong(), status))
                        }
                    }
                    if (status == DownloadManager.STATUS_SUCCESSFUL || status == DownloadManager.STATUS_FAILED)
                        cancel()
                } else {
                    postValue(DownloadItem(status = DownloadManager.STATUS_FAILED))
                    cancel()
                }
                cursor.close()
                delay(300)
            }
        }
    }

    override fun onInactive() {
        super.onInactive()
        job.cancel()
    }

}

How to study design patterns?

Lot of good examples have been given. I'd like to add one:

Misapply them. You don't need to do that intentionally, it will happen when you try to apply them in your initial Design-Pattern-fit. During that time every single problem that you'll see will seem to fit exactly one design pattern. Often the problems all seem to fit the same design pattern for some reason (Singelton is a primary candidate for that).

And you'll apply the pattern and it will be good. And some months later you will need to change something in the code and see that using that particular pattern wasn't that smart, because you coded yourself into a corner and you need to refactor again.

Granted, that's not really a do-that-and-you'll-learn-it-in-21-days answer, but in my experience it's the most likely to give you a good insight into the matter.

How can I keep a container running on Kubernetes?

My few cents on the subject. Assuming that kubectl is working then the closest command that would be equivalent to the docker command that you mentioned in your question, would be something like this.

$ kubectl run ubuntu --image=ubuntu --restart=Never --command sleep infinity

Above command will create a single Pod in default namespace and, it will execute sleep command with infinity argument -this way you will have a process that runs in foreground keeping container alive.

Afterwords, you can interact with Pod by running kubectl exec command.

$ kubectl exec ubuntu -it -- bash

This technique is very useful for creating a Pod resource and ad-hoc debugging.

How can I stop the browser back button using JavaScript?

It is generally a bad idea overriding the default behavior of the web browser. A client-side script does not have the sufficient privilege to do this for security reasons.

There are a few similar questions asked as well,

You can-not actually disable the browser back button. However, you can do magic using your logic to prevent the user from navigating back which will create an impression like it is disabled. Here is how - check out the following snippet.

(function (global) {

    if(typeof (global) === "undefined") {
        throw new Error("window is undefined");
    }

    var _hash = "!";
    var noBackPlease = function () {
        global.location.href += "#";

        // Making sure we have the fruit available for juice (^__^)
        global.setTimeout(function () {
            global.location.href += "!";
        }, 50);
    };

    global.onhashchange = function () {
        if (global.location.hash !== _hash) {
            global.location.hash = _hash;
        }
    };

    global.onload = function () {
        noBackPlease();

        // Disables backspace on page except on input fields and textarea..
        document.body.onkeydown = function (e) {
            var elm = e.target.nodeName.toLowerCase();
            if (e.which === 8 && (elm !== 'input' && elm  !== 'textarea')) {
                e.preventDefault();
            }
            // Stopping the event bubbling up the DOM tree...
            e.stopPropagation();
        };
    }
})(window);

This is in pure JavaScript, so it would work in most of the browsers. It would also disable the backspace key, but that key will work normally inside input fields and textarea.

Recommended Setup:

Place this snippet in a separate script and include it on a page where you want this behavior. In the current setup it will execute the onload event of the DOM which is the ideal entry point for this code.

Working DEMO!

It was tested and verified in the following browsers,

  • Chrome.
  • Firefox.
  • Internet Explorer (8-11) and Edge.
  • Safari.

How to avoid Python/Pandas creating an index in a saved csv?

Another solution if you want to keep this column as index.

pd.read_csv('filename.csv', index_col='Unnamed: 0')

keypress, ctrl+c (or some combo like that)

As of 2019, this works (in Chrome at least)

$(document).keypress(function(e) {
    var key = (event.which || event.keyCode) ;
  if(e.ctrlKey) {
        if (key == 26) { console.log('Ctrl+Z was pressed') ; }
        else if (key == 25) { console.log('Ctrl+Y was pressed') ; }
        else if (key == 19) { console.log('Ctrl+S was pressed') ; }
    else { console.log('Ctrl', key, 'was pressed') ; }
    }
});

jQuery/Javascript function to clear all the fields of a form

function reset_form() {
 $('#ID_OF_FORM').each (function(){  
    this.reset();
 }); 
}

z-index not working with position absolute

Opacity changes the context of your z-index, as does the static positioning. Either add opacity to the element that doesn't have it or remove it from the element that does. You'll also have to either make both elements static positioned or specify relative or absolute position. Here's some background on contexts: http://philipwalton.com/articles/what-no-one-told-you-about-z-index/

Case insensitive string as HashMap key

As suggested by Guido García in their answer here:

import java.util.HashMap;

public class CaseInsensitiveMap extends HashMap<String, String> {

    @Override
    public String put(String key, String value) {
       return super.put(key.toLowerCase(), value);
    }

    // not @Override because that would require the key parameter to be of type Object
    public String get(String key) {
       return super.get(key.toLowerCase());
    }
}

Or

https://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-collections/apidocs/org/apache/commons/collections4/map/CaseInsensitiveMap.html

Where do I download JDBC drivers for DB2 that are compatible with JDK 1.5?

you can download and install db2client and looking for - db2jcc.jar - db2jcc_license_cisuz.jar - db2jcc_license_cu.jar - and etc. at C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\SQLLIB\java

View not attached to window manager crash

Issue could be that the Activity have been finished or in progress of finishing.

Add a check isFinishing , and dismiss dialog only when this is false

if (!YourActivity.this.isFinishing() && pDialog != null) {
    pDialog.dismiss();
}

isFinishing : Check to see whether this activity is in the process of finishing,either because you called finish on it or someone else has requested that it finished.

Why can't I call a public method in another class?

For example 1 and 2 you need to create static methods:

public static string InstanceMethod() {return "Hello World";}

Then for example 3 you need an instance of your object to invoke the method:

object o = new object();
string s = o.InstanceMethod();

Trust Store vs Key Store - creating with keytool

There is no difference between keystore and truststore files. Both are files in the proprietary JKS file format. The distinction is in the use: To the best of my knowledge, Java will only use the store that is referenced by the -Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore system property to look for certificates to trust when creating SSL connections. Same for keys and -Djavax.net.ssl.keyStore. But in theory it's fine to use one and the same file for trust- and keystores.

Python functions call by reference

Python already call by ref..

let's take example:

  def foo(var):
      print(hex(id(var)))


  x = 1 # any value
  print(hex(id(x))) # I think the id() give the ref... 
  foo(x)

OutPut

  0x50d43700 #with you might give another hex number deppend on your memory 
  0x50d43700

How to force keyboard with numbers in mobile website in Android

This should work. But I have same problems on an Android phone.

<input type="number" /> <input type="tel" />

I found out, that if I didn't include the jquerymobile-framework, the keypad showed correctly on the two types of fields.

But I havn't found a solution to solve that problem, if you really need to use jquerymobile.

UPDATE: I found out, that if the form-tag is stored out of the

<div data-role="page"> 

The number keypad isn't shown. This must be a bug...

How to respond with HTTP 400 error in a Spring MVC @ResponseBody method returning String?

With Spring Boot, I'm not entirely sure why this was necessary (I got the /error fallback even though @ResponseBody was defined on an @ExceptionHandler), but the following in itself did not work:

@ResponseBody
@ResponseStatus(HttpStatus.BAD_REQUEST)
@ExceptionHandler(IllegalArgumentException.class)
public ErrorMessage handleIllegalArguments(HttpServletRequest httpServletRequest, IllegalArgumentException e) {
    log.error("Illegal arguments received.", e);
    ErrorMessage errorMessage = new ErrorMessage();
    errorMessage.code = 400;
    errorMessage.message = e.getMessage();
    return errorMessage;
}

It still threw an exception, apparently because no producible media types were defined as a request attribute:

// AbstractMessageConverterMethodProcessor
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
protected <T> void writeWithMessageConverters(T value, MethodParameter returnType,
        ServletServerHttpRequest inputMessage, ServletServerHttpResponse outputMessage)
        throws IOException, HttpMediaTypeNotAcceptableException, HttpMessageNotWritableException {

    Class<?> valueType = getReturnValueType(value, returnType);
    Type declaredType = getGenericType(returnType);
    HttpServletRequest request = inputMessage.getServletRequest();
    List<MediaType> requestedMediaTypes = getAcceptableMediaTypes(request);
    List<MediaType> producibleMediaTypes = getProducibleMediaTypes(request, valueType, declaredType);
if (value != null && producibleMediaTypes.isEmpty()) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("No converter found for return value of type: " + valueType);   // <-- throws
    }

// ....

@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
protected List<MediaType> getProducibleMediaTypes(HttpServletRequest request, Class<?> valueClass, Type declaredType) {
    Set<MediaType> mediaTypes = (Set<MediaType>) request.getAttribute(HandlerMapping.PRODUCIBLE_MEDIA_TYPES_ATTRIBUTE);
    if (!CollectionUtils.isEmpty(mediaTypes)) {
        return new ArrayList<MediaType>(mediaTypes);

So I added them.

@ResponseBody
@ResponseStatus(HttpStatus.BAD_REQUEST)
@ExceptionHandler(IllegalArgumentException.class)
public ErrorMessage handleIllegalArguments(HttpServletRequest httpServletRequest, IllegalArgumentException e) {
    Set<MediaType> mediaTypes = new HashSet<>();
    mediaTypes.add(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_UTF8);
    httpServletRequest.setAttribute(HandlerMapping.PRODUCIBLE_MEDIA_TYPES_ATTRIBUTE, mediaTypes);
    log.error("Illegal arguments received.", e);
    ErrorMessage errorMessage = new ErrorMessage();
    errorMessage.code = 400;
    errorMessage.message = e.getMessage();
    return errorMessage;
}

And this got me through to have a "supported compatible media type", but then it still didn't work, because my ErrorMessage was faulty:

public class ErrorMessage {
    int code;

    String message;
}

JacksonMapper did not handle it as "convertable", so I had to add getters/setters, and I also added @JsonProperty annotation

public class ErrorMessage {
    @JsonProperty("code")
    private int code;

    @JsonProperty("message")
    private String message;

    public int getCode() {
        return code;
    }

    public void setCode(int code) {
        this.code = code;
    }

    public String getMessage() {
        return message;
    }

    public void setMessage(String message) {
        this.message = message;
    }
}

Then I received my message as intended

{"code":400,"message":"An \"url\" parameter must be defined."}

How to combine date from one field with time from another field - MS SQL Server

This is an alternative solution without any char conversions:

DATEADD(ms, DATEDIFF(ms, '00:00:00', [Time]), CONVERT(DATETIME, [Date]))

You will only get milliseconds accuracy this way, but that would normally be OK. I have tested this in SQL Server 2008.

Split long commands in multiple lines through Windows batch file

Though the carret will be preferable way to do this here's one more approach using macro that constructs a command by the passed arguments:

@echo off
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
set "{{=setlocal enableDelayedExpansion&for %%a in (" & set "}}="::end::" ) do if "%%~a" neq "::end::" (set command=!command! %%a) else (call !command! & endlocal)"
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

%{{%
    echo
    "command"
    written
    on a
    few lines
%}}%

command is easier to read without the carets but using special symbols e.g. brackets,redirection and so on will break it. So you can this for more simpler cases. Though you can still enclose parameters in double quotes

React: why child component doesn't update when prop changes

Because children do not rerender if the props of the parent change, but if its STATE changes :)

What you are showing is this: https://facebook.github.io/react/tips/communicate-between-components.html

It will pass data from parent to child through props but there is no rerender logic there.

You need to set some state to the parent then rerender the child on parent change state. This could help. https://facebook.github.io/react/tips/expose-component-functions.html

How to check if mod_rewrite is enabled in php?

One more method through exec().

exec('/usr/bin/httpd -M | find "rewrite_module"',$output);

If mod_rewrite is loaded it will return "rewrite_module" in output.

How to get the IP address of the docker host from inside a docker container

TLDR for Mac and Windows

docker run -it --rm alpine nslookup host.docker.internal

... prints the host's IP address ...

nslookup: can't resolve '(null)': Name does not resolve

Name:      host.docker.internal
Address 1: 192.168.65.2

Details

On Mac and Windows, you can use the special DNS name host.docker.internal.

The host has a changing IP address (or none if you have no network access). From 18.03 onwards our recommendation is to connect to the special DNS name host.docker.internal, which resolves to the internal IP address used by the host. This is for development purpose and will not work in a production environment outside of Docker Desktop for Mac.

PowerShell Connect to FTP server and get files

Remote pick directory path should be the exact path on the ftp server you are tryng to access.. here is the script to download files from the server.. you can add or modify with SSLMode..

#ftp server 
$ftp = "ftp://example.com/" 
$user = "XX" 
$pass = "XXX"
$SetType = "bin"  
$remotePickupDir = Get-ChildItem 'c:\test' -recurse
$webclient = New-Object System.Net.WebClient 

$webclient.Credentials = New-Object System.Net.NetworkCredential($user,$pass)  
foreach($item in $remotePickupDir){ 
    $uri = New-Object System.Uri($ftp+$item.Name) 
    #$webclient.UploadFile($uri,$item.FullName)
    $webclient.DownloadFile($uri,$item.FullName)
}

How to push a new folder (containing other folders and files) to an existing git repo?

You can directly go to Web IDE and upload your folder there.

Steps:

  1. Go to Web IDE(Mostly located below the clone option).
  2. Create new directory at your path
  3. Upload your files and folders

In some cases you may not be able to directly upload entire folder containing folders, In such cases, you will have to create directory structure yourself.

Warning: mysqli_query() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli, resource given

You are using improper syntax. If you read the docs mysqli_query() you will find that it needs two parameter.

mixed mysqli_query ( mysqli $link , string $query [, int $resultmode = MYSQLI_STORE_RESULT ] )

mysql $link generally means, the resource object of the established mysqli connection to query the database.

So there are two ways of solving this problem

mysqli_query();

$myConnection= mysqli_connect("$db_host","$db_username","$db_pass", "mrmagicadam") or die ("could not connect to mysql"); 
$sqlCommand="SELECT id, linklabel FROM pages ORDER BY pageorder ASC";
$query=mysqli_query($myConnection, $sqlCommand) or die(mysqli_error($myConnection));

Or, Using mysql_query() (This is now obselete)

$myConnection= mysql_connect("$db_host","$db_username","$db_pass") or die ("could not connect to mysql");
mysql_select_db("mrmagicadam") or die ("no database");        
$sqlCommand="SELECT id, linklabel FROM pages ORDER BY pageorder ASC";
$query=mysql_query($sqlCommand) or die(mysql_error());

As pointed out in the comments, be aware of using die to just get the error. It might inadvertently give the viewer some sensitive information .

How to generate a git patch for a specific commit?

What is the way to generate a patch only for the specific SHA1?

It's quite simple:

Option 1. git show commitID > myFile.patch

Option 2. git commitID~1..commitID > myFile.patch

Note: Replace commitID with actual commit id (SHA1 commit code).

Code-first vs Model/Database-first

Database first and model first has no real differences. Generated code are the same and you can combine this approaches. For example, you can create database using designer, than you can alter database using sql script and update your model.

When you using code first you can't alter model without recreation database and losing all data. IMHO, this limitation is very strict and does not allow to use code first in production. For now it is not truly usable.

Second minor disadvantage of code first is that model builder require privileges on master database. This doesn't affect you if you using SQL Server Compact database or if you control database server.

Advantage of code first is very clean and simple code. You have full control of this code and can easily modify and use it as your view model.

I can recommend to use code first approach when you creating simple standalone application without versioning and using model\database first in projects that requires modification in production.

Wrapping a react-router Link in an html button

Many of the solutions have focused on complicating things.

Using withRouter is a really long solution for something as simple as a button that links to somewhere else in the App.

If you are going for S.P.A. (single page application), the easiest answer I have found is to use with the button's equivalent className.

This ensures you are maintaining shared state / context without reloading your entire app as is done with

import { NavLink } from 'react-router-dom'; // 14.6K (gzipped: 5.2 K)

// Where link.{something} is the imported data
<NavLink className={`bx--btn bx--btn--primary ${link.className}`} to={link.href} activeClassName={'active'}>
    {link.label}
</NavLink>

// Simplified version:
<NavLink className={'bx--btn bx--btn--primary'} to={'/myLocalPath'}>
    Button without using withRouter
</NavLink>

Python element-wise tuple operations like sum

All generator solution. Not sure on performance (itertools is fast, though)

import itertools
tuple(x+y for x, y in itertools.izip(a,b))

How to detect if multiple keys are pressed at once using JavaScript?

You should use the keydown event to keep track of the keys pressed, and you should use the keyup event to keep track of when the keys are released.

See this example: http://jsfiddle.net/vor0nwe/mkHsU/

(Update: I’m reproducing the code here, in case jsfiddle.net bails:) The HTML:

<ul id="log">
    <li>List of keys:</li>
</ul>

...and the Javascript (using jQuery):

var log = $('#log')[0],
    pressedKeys = [];

$(document.body).keydown(function (evt) {
    var li = pressedKeys[evt.keyCode];
    if (!li) {
        li = log.appendChild(document.createElement('li'));
        pressedKeys[evt.keyCode] = li;
    }
    $(li).text('Down: ' + evt.keyCode);
    $(li).removeClass('key-up');
});

$(document.body).keyup(function (evt) {
    var li = pressedKeys[evt.keyCode];
    if (!li) {
       li = log.appendChild(document.createElement('li'));
    }
    $(li).text('Up: ' + evt.keyCode);
    $(li).addClass('key-up');
});

In that example, I’m using an array to keep track of which keys are being pressed. In a real application, you might want to delete each element once their associated key has been released.

Note that while I've used jQuery to make things easy for myself in this example, the concept works just as well when working in 'raw' Javascript.

Ignore parent padding

Another solution:

position: absolute;
top: 0;
left: 0;

just change the top/right/bottom/left to your case.

how to increase MaxReceivedMessageSize when calling a WCF from C#

Change the customBinding in the web.config to use larger defaults. I picked 2MB as it is a reasonable size. Of course setting it to 2GB (as your code suggests) will work but it does leave you more vulnerable to attacks. Pick a size that is larger than your largest request but isn't overly large.

Check this : Using Large Message Requests in Silverlight with WCF

<system.serviceModel>
   <behaviors>
     <serviceBehaviors>
       <behavior name="TestLargeWCF.Web.MyServiceBehavior">
         <serviceMetadata httpGetEnabled="true"/>
         <serviceDebug includeExceptionDetailInFaults="false"/>
       </behavior>
     </serviceBehaviors>
   </behaviors>
   <bindings>
     <customBinding>
       <binding name="customBinding0">
         <binaryMessageEncoding />
         <!-- Start change -->
         <httpTransport maxReceivedMessageSize="2097152"
                        maxBufferSize="2097152"
                        maxBufferPoolSize="2097152"/>
         <!-- Stop change -->
       </binding>
     </customBinding>
   </bindings>
   <serviceHostingEnvironment aspNetCompatibilityEnabled="true"/>
   <services>
     <service behaviorConfiguration="Web.MyServiceBehavior" name="TestLargeWCF.Web.MyService">
       <endpoint address=""
                binding="customBinding"
                bindingConfiguration="customBinding0"
                contract="TestLargeWCF.Web.MyService"/>
       <endpoint address="mex"
                binding="mexHttpBinding"
                contract="IMetadataExchange"/>
     </service>
   </services>
 </system.serviceModel> 

Java TreeMap Comparator

The comparator should be only for the key, not for the whole entry. It sorts the entries based on the keys.

You should change it to something as follows

SortedMap<String, Double> myMap = 
    new TreeMap<String, Double>(new Comparator<String>()
    {
        public int compare(String o1, String o2)
        {
            return o1.compareTo(o2);
        } 
});

Update

You can do something as follows (create a list of entries in the map and sort the list base on value, but note this not going to sort the map itself) -

List<Map.Entry<String, Double>> entryList = new ArrayList<Map.Entry<String, Double>>(myMap.entrySet());
    Collections.sort(entryList, new Comparator<Map.Entry<String, Double>>() {
        @Override
        public int compare(Entry<String, Double> o1, Entry<String, Double> o2) {
            return o1.getValue().compareTo(o2.getValue());
        }
    });

Why is the jquery script not working?

<script type="text/javascript" >
    do your codes here  it will work..
    type="text/javascript" is important for jquery 
<script>

Can I set variables to undefined or pass undefined as an argument?

The for if (something) and if (!something) is commonly used to check if something is defined or not defined. For example:

if (document.getElementById)

The identifier is converted to a boolean value, so undefined is interpreted as false. There are of course other values (like 0 and '') that also are interpreted as false, but either the identifier should not reasonably have such a value or you are happy with treating such a value the same as undefined.

Javascript has a delete operator that can be used to delete a member of an object. Depending on the scope of a variable (i.e. if it's global or not) you can delete it to make it undefined.

There is no undefined keyword that you can use as an undefined literal. You can omit parameters in a function call to make them undefined, but that can only be used by sending less paramters to the function, you can't omit a parameter in the middle.

File to import not found or unreadable: compass

In short, if you've installed the gem the run:

compass compile

in your rails root dir

How to read integer value from the standard input in Java

Here I am providing 2 examples to read integer value from the standard input

Example 1

import java.util.Scanner;
public class Maxof2
{ 
  public static void main(String args[])
  {
       //taking value as command line argument.
        Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); 
       System.out.printf("Enter i Value:  ");
       int i = in.nextInt();
       System.out.printf("Enter j Value:  ");
       int j = in.nextInt();
       if(i > j)
           System.out.println(i+"i is greater than "+j);
       else
           System.out.println(j+" is greater than "+i);
   }
 }

Example 2

public class ReadandWritewhateveryoutype
{ 
  public static void main(String args[]) throws java.lang.Exception
  {
System.out.printf("This Program is used to Read and Write what ever you type \nType  quit  to Exit at any Moment\n\n");
    java.io.BufferedReader r = new java.io.BufferedReader (new java.io.InputStreamReader (System.in));
     String hi;
     while (!(hi=r.readLine()).startsWith("quit"))System.out.printf("\nYou have typed: %s \n",hi);
     }
 }

I prefer the First Example, it's easy and quite understandable.
You can compile and run the JAVA programs online at this website: http://ideone.com

How do you create an asynchronous HTTP request in JAVA?

You may want to take a look at this question: Asynchronous IO in Java?

It looks like your best bet, if you don't want to wrangle the threads yourself is a framework. The previous post mentions Grizzly, https://grizzly.dev.java.net/, and Netty, http://www.jboss.org/netty/.

From the netty docs:

The Netty project is an effort to provide an asynchronous event-driven network application framework and tools for rapid development of maintainable high performance & high scalability protocol servers & clients.

How do I get the entity that represents the current user in Symfony2?

$this->container->get('security.token_storage')->getToken()->getUser();

How to download/upload files from/to SharePoint 2013 using CSOM?

Just a suggestion SharePoint 2013 online & on-prem file encoding is UTF-8 BOM. Make sure your file is UTF-8 BOM, otherwise your uploaded html and scripts may not rendered correctly in browser.

When do I need to use AtomicBoolean in Java?

The AtomicBoolean class gives you a boolean value that you can update atomically. Use it when you have multiple threads accessing a boolean variable.

The java.util.concurrent.atomic package overview gives you a good high-level description of what the classes in this package do and when to use them. I'd also recommend the book Java Concurrency in Practice by Brian Goetz.

How to examine processes in OS X's Terminal?

Using top and ps is okay, but I find that using htop is far better & clearer than the standard tools Mac OS X uses. My fave use is to hit the T key while it is running to view processes in tree view (see screenshot). Shows you what processes are co-dependent on other processes.

htop on OSX

You can install it from Homebrew using:

brew install htop

And if you have Xcode and related tools such as git installed on your system and you want to install the latest development code from the official source repository—just follow these steps.

First clone the source code from the htop GitHub repository:

git clone [email protected]:hishamhm/htop.git

Now go into the repository directory:

cd htop

Run autogen.sh:

./autogen.sh

Run this configure command:

./configure

Once the configure process completes, run make:

make

Finally install it by running sudo make install:

sudo make install

How to get numeric value from a prompt box?

You can use parseInt() but, as mentioned, the radix (base) should be specified:

x = parseInt(x, 10);
y = parseInt(y, 10);

10 means a base-10 number.

See this link for an explanation of why the radix is necessary.

What is the ideal data type to use when storing latitude / longitude in a MySQL database?

We store latitude/longitude X 1,000,000 in our oracle database as NUMBERS to avoid round off errors with doubles.

Given that latitude/longitude to the 6th decimal place was 10 cm accuracy that was all we needed. Many other databases also store lat/long to the 6th decimal place.

What is a MIME type?

I couldn't possibly explain it better than wikipedia does: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIME_type

In addition to e-mail applications, Web browsers also support various MIME types. This enables the browser to display or output files that are not in HTML format.

IOW, it helps the browser (or content consumer, because it may not just be a browser) determine what content they are about to consume; this means a browser may be able to make a decision on the correct plugin to use to display content, or a media player may be able to load up the correct codec or plugin.

Create a menu Bar in WPF?

<StackPanel VerticalAlignment="Top">
    <Menu Width="Auto" Height="20">
        <MenuItem Header="_File">
            <MenuItem x:Name="AppExit" Header="E_xit" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Width="140" Click="AppExit_Click"/>
        </MenuItem>
        <MenuItem Header="_Tools">
            <MenuItem x:Name="Options" Header="_Options" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Width="140"/>
        </MenuItem>
        <MenuItem Header="_Help">
            <MenuItem x:Name="About" Header="&amp;About" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Width="140"/>
        </MenuItem>
    </Menu>
    <Label Content="Label"/>
</StackPanel>

HTML Mobile -forcing the soft keyboard to hide

I am facing the same issue, I am able to hide android keyboard even focus is in textbox by just adding one css property

<input type="text" style="pointer-events:none" />

and it works fine...

c# - approach for saving user settings in a WPF application?

Apart from a database, you can also have following options to save user related settings

  1. registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER

  2. in a file in AppData folder

  3. using Settings file in WPF and by setting its scope as User

How do I fetch lines before/after the grep result in bash?

Try this:

grep -i -A 10 "my_regex"

-A 10 means, print ten lines after match to "my_regex"

How to map with index in Ruby?

A fun, but useless way to do this:

az  = ('a'..'z').to_a
azz = az.map{|e| [e, az.index(e)+2]}

EF Migrations: Rollback last applied migration?

Additional reminder:

If you have multiple configuration type, you need to specify the [ConfigurationName]

Update-Database -Configurationtypename [ConfigurationName] -TargetMigration [MigrationName]

How to initialize a two-dimensional array in Python?

lst=[[0]*m for i in range(n)]

initialize all matrix n=rows and m=columns

How do I rename a file using VBScript?

Yes you can do that.
Here I am renaming a .exe file to .txt file

rename a file

Dim objFso  
Set objFso= CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")  
objFso.MoveFile "D:\testvbs\autorun.exe", "D:\testvbs\autorun.txt"

github markdown colspan

There is no way to do so. Either use an HTML table, or put the same text on several cells.

like this:

| Can Reorder | 2nd operation |2nd operation |2nd operation |
| :---: | --- |
|1st operation|Normal Load <br/>Normal Store| Volatile Load <br/>MonitorEnter|Volatile Store<br/> MonitorExit|
|Normal Load <br/> Normal Store| | | No|
|Volatile Load <br/> MonitorEnter| No|No|No|
|Volatile store <br/> MonitorExit| | No|No|

which looks like

HTML table

How to refer to relative paths of resources when working with a code repository

In Python, paths are relative to the current working directory, which in most cases is the directory from which you run your program. The current working directory is very likely not as same as the directory of your module file, so using a path relative to your current module file is always a bad choice.

Using absolute path should be the best solution:

import os
package_dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
thefile = os.path.join(package_dir,'test.cvs')

Stopping Excel Macro executution when pressing Esc won't work

Just Keep pressing ESC key. It will stop the VBA. This methods works when you get infinite MsgBox s

Android button background color

No need to be that hardcore.
Try this :

YourButtonObject.setBackground(0xff99cc00);

Android - Pulling SQlite database android device

If you want your database file

See the DDMS > File explore

find your db file from your package name

then Click on pull a file from device (Rooted device only)

Create a table without a header in Markdown

Universal Solution

Many of the suggestions unfortunately do not work for all Markdown viewers/editors, for instance, the popular Markdown Viewer Chrome extension, but they do work with iA Writer.

What does seem to work across both of these popular programs (and might work for your particular application) is to use HTML comment blocks ('<!-- -->'):

| <!-- -->    | <!-- -->    |
|-------------|-------------|
| Foo         | Bar         |

Like some of the earlier suggestions stated, this does add an empty header row in your Markdown viewer/editor. In iA Writer, it's aesthetically small enough that it doesn't get in my way too much.

Dialog with transparent background in Android

One issue I found with all the existing answers is that the margins aren't preserved. This is because they all override the android:windowBackground attribute, which is responsible for margins, with a solid color. However, I did some digging in the Android SDK and found the default window background drawable, and modified it a bit to allow transparent dialogs.

First, copy /platforms/android-22/data/res/drawable/dialog_background_material.xml to your project. Or, just copy these lines into a new file:

<inset xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:inset="16dp">
    <shape android:shape="rectangle">
        <corners android:radius="2dp" />
        <solid android:color="?attr/colorBackground" />
    </shape>
</inset>

Notice that android:color is set to ?attr/colorBackground. This is the default solid grey/white you see. To allow the color defined in android:background in your custom style to be transparent and show the transparency, all we have to do is change ?attr/colorBackground to @android:color/transparent. Now it will look like this:

<inset xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:inset="16dp">
    <shape android:shape="rectangle">
        <corners android:radius="2dp" />
        <solid android:color="@android:color/transparent" />
    </shape>
</inset>

After that, go to your theme and add this:

<style name="MyTransparentDialog" parent="@android:style/Theme.Material.Dialog">
    <item name="android:windowBackground">@drawable/newly_created_background_name</item>
    <item name="android:background">@color/some_transparent_color</item>
</style>

Make sure to replace newly_created_background_name with the actual name of the drawable file you just created, and replace some_transparent_color with the desired transparent background.

After that all we need to do is set the theme. Use this when creating the AlertDialog.Builder:

    AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this, R.style.MyTransparentDialog);

Then just build, create, and show the dialog as usual!

AngularJS event on window innerWidth size change

We could do it with jQuery:

$(window).resize(function(){
    alert(window.innerWidth);

    $scope.$apply(function(){
       //do something to update current scope based on the new innerWidth and let angular update the view.
    });
});

Be aware that when you bind an event handler inside scopes that could be recreated (like ng-repeat scopes, directive scopes,..), you should unbind your event handler when the scope is destroyed. If you don't do this, everytime when the scope is recreated (the controller is rerun), there will be 1 more handler added causing unexpected behavior and leaking.

In this case, you may need to identify your attached handler:

  $(window).on("resize.doResize", function (){
      alert(window.innerWidth);

      $scope.$apply(function(){
          //do something to update current scope based on the new innerWidth and let angular update the view.
      });
  });

  $scope.$on("$destroy",function (){
      $(window).off("resize.doResize"); //remove the handler added earlier
  });

In this example, I'm using event namespace from jQuery. You could do it differently according to your requirements.

Improvement: If your event handler takes a bit long time to process, to avoid the problem that the user may keep resizing the window, causing the event handlers to be run many times, we could consider throttling the function. If you use underscore, you can try:

$(window).on("resize.doResize", _.throttle(function (){
    alert(window.innerWidth);

    $scope.$apply(function(){
        //do something to update current scope based on the new innerWidth and let angular update the view.
    });
},100));

or debouncing the function:

$(window).on("resize.doResize", _.debounce(function (){
     alert(window.innerWidth);

     $scope.$apply(function(){
         //do something to update current scope based on the new innerWidth and let angular update the view.
     });
},100));

Difference Between throttling and debouncing a function

C++ -- expected primary-expression before ' '

You should not be repeating the string part when sending parameters.

int wordLength = wordLengthFunction(word); //you do not put string word here.

how to use concatenate a fixed string and a variable in Python

variable=" Hello..."  
print (variable)  
print("This is the Test File "+variable)  

for integer type ...

variable="  10"  
print (variable)  
print("This is the Test File "+str(variable))  

Generate preview image from Video file?

Solution #1 (Older) (not recommended)

Firstly install ffmpeg-php project (http://ffmpeg-php.sourceforge.net/)

And then you can use of this simple code:

<?php
$frame = 10;
$movie = 'test.mp4';
$thumbnail = 'thumbnail.png';

$mov = new ffmpeg_movie($movie);
$frame = $mov->getFrame($frame);
if ($frame) {
    $gd_image = $frame->toGDImage();
    if ($gd_image) {
        imagepng($gd_image, $thumbnail);
        imagedestroy($gd_image);
        echo '<img src="'.$thumbnail.'">';
    }
}
?>

Description: This project use binary extension .so file, It's very old and last update was for 2008. So, maybe don't works with newer version of FFMpeg or PHP.


Solution #2 (Update 2018) (recommended)

Firstly install PHP-FFMpeg project (https://github.com/PHP-FFMpeg/PHP-FFMpeg)
(just run for install: composer require php-ffmpeg/php-ffmpeg)

And then you can use of this simple code:

<?php
require 'vendor/autoload.php';

$sec = 10;
$movie = 'test.mp4';
$thumbnail = 'thumbnail.png';

$ffmpeg = FFMpeg\FFMpeg::create();
$video = $ffmpeg->open($movie);
$frame = $video->frame(FFMpeg\Coordinate\TimeCode::fromSeconds($sec));
$frame->save($thumbnail);
echo '<img src="'.$thumbnail.'">';

Description: It's newer and more modern project and works with latest version of FFMpeg and PHP. Note that it's required to proc_open() PHP function.

Jquery: Checking to see if div contains text, then action

Ayman is right but, you can use it like that as well :

if( $("#field > div.field-item").text().indexOf('someText') >= 0) {
        $("#somediv").addClass("thisClass");
    }

.NET Global exception handler in console application

What you are trying should work according to the MSDN doc's for .Net 2.0. You could also try a try/catch right in main around your entry point for the console app.

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    try
    {
        // Start Working
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        // Output/Log Exception
    }
    finally
    {
        // Clean Up If Needed
    }
}

And now your catch will handle anything not caught (in the main thread). It can be graceful and even restart where it was if you want, or you can just let the app die and log the exception. You woul add a finally if you wanted to do any clean up. Each thread will require its own high level exception handling similar to the main.

Edited to clarify the point about threads as pointed out by BlueMonkMN and shown in detail in his answer.

Unable to start Service Intent

1) check if service declaration in manifest is nested in application tag

<application>
    <service android:name="" />
</application>

2) check if your service.java is in the same package or diff package as the activity

<application>
    <!-- service.java exists in diff package -->
    <service android:name="com.package.helper.service" /> 
</application>
<application>
    <!-- service.java exists in same package -->
    <service android:name=".service" /> 
</application>

JNZ & CMP Assembly Instructions

JNZ is short for "Jump if not zero (ZF = 0)", and NOT "Jump if the ZF is set".

If it's any easier to remember, consider that JNZ and JNE (jump if not equal) are equivalent. Therefore, when you're doing cmp al, 47 and the content of AL is equal to 47, the ZF is set, ergo the jump (if Not Equal - JNE) should not be taken.

Connect Device to Mac localhost Server?

As posted I followed moeamaya's answer but needed to modify it just a bit to see my work in the Sites directory.

http://[name].local.~[username]/

[name] is as stated already (System Preferences/sharing/"Computer Name")

[username] is found at:

/etc/apache2/users/username.conf

hope this helps!

How to comment multiple lines with space or indent

  • You can customize every short cut operation according to your habbit.

Just go to Tools > Options > Environment > Keyboard > Find the action you want to set key board short-cut and change according to keyboard habbit.

How to make the python interpreter correctly handle non-ASCII characters in string operations?

The following code will replace all non ASCII characters with question marks.

"".join([x if ord(x) < 128 else '?' for x in s])

Check that Field Exists with MongoDB

i find that this works for me

db.getCollection('collectionName').findOne({"fieldName" : {$ne: null}})

.htaccess mod_rewrite - how to exclude directory from rewrite rule

RewriteEngine On

RewriteRule ^(wordpress)($|/) - [L]

How to stop a looping thread in Python?

Threaded stoppable function

Instead of subclassing threading.Thread, one can modify the function to allow stopping by a flag.

We need an object, accessible to running function, to which we set the flag to stop running.

We can use threading.currentThread() object.

import threading
import time


def doit(arg):
    t = threading.currentThread()
    while getattr(t, "do_run", True):
        print ("working on %s" % arg)
        time.sleep(1)
    print("Stopping as you wish.")


def main():
    t = threading.Thread(target=doit, args=("task",))
    t.start()
    time.sleep(5)
    t.do_run = False
    t.join()

if __name__ == "__main__":
    main()

The trick is, that the running thread can have attached additional properties. The solution builds on assumptions:

  • the thread has a property "do_run" with default value True
  • driving parent process can assign to started thread the property "do_run" to False.

Running the code, we get following output:

$ python stopthread.py                                                        
working on task
working on task
working on task
working on task
working on task
Stopping as you wish.

Pill to kill - using Event

Other alternative is to use threading.Event as function argument. It is by default False, but external process can "set it" (to True) and function can learn about it using wait(timeout) function.

We can wait with zero timeout, but we can also use it as the sleeping timer (used below).

def doit(stop_event, arg):
    while not stop_event.wait(1):
        print ("working on %s" % arg)
    print("Stopping as you wish.")


def main():
    pill2kill = threading.Event()
    t = threading.Thread(target=doit, args=(pill2kill, "task"))
    t.start()
    time.sleep(5)
    pill2kill.set()
    t.join()

Edit: I tried this in Python 3.6. stop_event.wait() blocks the event (and so the while loop) until release. It does not return a boolean value. Using stop_event.is_set() works instead.

Stopping multiple threads with one pill

Advantage of pill to kill is better seen, if we have to stop multiple threads at once, as one pill will work for all.

The doit will not change at all, only the main handles the threads a bit differently.

def main():
    pill2kill = threading.Event()
    tasks = ["task ONE", "task TWO", "task THREE"]

    def thread_gen(pill2kill, tasks):
        for task in tasks:
            t = threading.Thread(target=doit, args=(pill2kill, task))
            yield t

    threads = list(thread_gen(pill2kill, tasks))
    for thread in threads:
        thread.start()
    time.sleep(5)
    pill2kill.set()
    for thread in threads:
        thread.join()

Finding Key associated with max Value in a Java Map

A simple one liner using Java-8

Key key = Collections.max(map.entrySet(), Map.Entry.comparingByValue()).getKey();

How can I find where I will be redirected using cURL?

Add this line to curl inizialization

curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION, true);

and use getinfo before curl_close

$redirectURL = curl_getinfo($ch,CURLINFO_EFFECTIVE_URL );

es:

$ch = curl_init($url);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HEADER, false);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERAGENT,'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1.13) Gecko/20080311 Firefox/2.0.0.13');
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_BINARYTRANSFER, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION, true);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT ,0); 
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_TIMEOUT, 60);
$html = curl_exec($ch);
$redirectURL = curl_getinfo($ch,CURLINFO_EFFECTIVE_URL );
curl_close($ch);

Force index use in Oracle

There is an appropriate index on column_having_index, and its use actually increase performance, but Oracle didn't use it...
You should gather statistics on your table to let optimizer see that index access can help. Using direct hint is not a good practice.

How to link to a <div> on another page?

You can add hash info in next page url to move browser at specific position(any html element), after page is loaded.

This is can done in this way:

add hash in the url of next_page : example.com#hashkey

$( document ).ready(function() {

  ##get hash code at next page
  var hashcode = window.location.hash;

  ## move page to any specific position of next page(let that is div with id "hashcode")
  $('html,body').animate({scrollTop: $('div#'+hascode).offset().top},'slow');

});

What is the best way to use a HashMap in C++?

A hash_map is an older, unstandardized version of what for standardization purposes is called an unordered_map (originally in TR1, and included in the standard since C++11). As the name implies, it's different from std::map primarily in being unordered -- if, for example, you iterate through a map from begin() to end(), you get items in order by key1, but if you iterate through an unordered_map from begin() to end(), you get items in a more or less arbitrary order.

An unordered_map is normally expected to have constant complexity. That is, an insertion, lookup, etc., typically takes essentially a fixed amount of time, regardless of how many items are in the table. An std::map has complexity that's logarithmic on the number of items being stored -- which means the time to insert or retrieve an item grows, but quite slowly, as the map grows larger. For example, if it takes 1 microsecond to lookup one of 1 million items, then you can expect it to take around 2 microseconds to lookup one of 2 million items, 3 microseconds for one of 4 million items, 4 microseconds for one of 8 million items, etc.

From a practical viewpoint, that's not really the whole story though. By nature, a simple hash table has a fixed size. Adapting it to the variable-size requirements for a general purpose container is somewhat non-trivial. As a result, operations that (potentially) grow the table (e.g., insertion) are potentially relatively slow (that is, most are fairly fast, but periodically one will be much slower). Lookups, which cannot change the size of the table, are generally much faster. As a result, most hash-based tables tend to be at their best when you do a lot of lookups compared to the number of insertions. For situations where you insert a lot of data, then iterate through the table once to retrieve results (e.g., counting the number of unique words in a file) chances are that an std::map will be just as fast, and quite possibly even faster (but, again, the computational complexity is different, so that can also depend on the number of unique words in the file).


1 Where the order is defined by the third template parameter when you create the map, std::less<T> by default.

When is it acceptable to call GC.Collect?

You can call GC.Collect() when you know something about the nature of the app the garbage collector doesn't. It's tempting to think that, as the author, this is very likely. However, the truth is the GC amounts to a pretty well-written and tested expert system, and it's rare you'll know something about the low level code paths it doesn't.

The best example I can think of where you might have some extra information is a app that cycles between idle periods and very busy periods. You want the best performance possible for the busy periods and therefore want to use the idle time to do some clean up.

However, most of the time the GC is smart enough to do this anyway.

Does a favicon have to be 32x32 or 16x16?

May I remind everybody that the question was:

I'd like to use a single image as both a regular favicon and iPhone/iPad friendly favicon? Is this possible? Would an iPad-friendly 72x72 PNG scale if linked to as a regular browser favicon? Or do I have to use a separate 16x16 or 32x32 image?

The answer is: YES, that is possible! YES, it will be scaled. NO, you do not need a 'regular browser favicon'. Please look at this answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/48646940/2397550

Regular expression include and exclude special characters

You haven't actually asked a question, but assuming you have one, this could be your answer...

Assuming all characters, except the "Special Characters" are allowed you can write

String regex = "^[^<>'\"/;`%]*$";

Error in <my code> : object of type 'closure' is not subsettable

In general this error message means that you have tried to use indexing on a function. You can reproduce this error message with, for example

mean[1]
## Error in mean[1] : object of type 'closure' is not subsettable
mean[[1]]
## Error in mean[[1]] : object of type 'closure' is not subsettable
mean$a
## Error in mean$a : object of type 'closure' is not subsettable

The closure mentioned in the error message is (loosely) the function and the environment that stores the variables when the function is called.


In this specific case, as Joshua mentioned, you are trying to access the url function as a variable. If you define a variable named url, then the error goes away.

As a matter of good practise, you should usually avoid naming variables after base-R functions. (Calling variables data is a common source of this error.)


There are several related errors for trying to subset operators or keywords.

`+`[1]
## Error in `+`[1] : object of type 'builtin' is not subsettable
`if`[1]
## Error in `if`[1] : object of type 'special' is not subsettable

If you're running into this problem in shiny, the most likely cause is that you're trying to work with a reactive expression without calling it as a function using parentheses.

library(shiny)
reactive_df <- reactive({
    data.frame(col1 = c(1,2,3),
               col2 = c(4,5,6))
})

While we often work with reactive expressions in shiny as if they were data frames, they are actually functions that return data frames (or other objects).

isolate({
    print(reactive_df())
    print(reactive_df()$col1)
})
  col1 col2
1    1    4
2    2    5
3    3    6
[1] 1 2 3

But if we try to subset it without parentheses, then we're actually trying to index a function, and we get an error:

isolate(
    reactive_df$col1
)
Error in reactive_df$col1 : object of type 'closure' is not subsettable

Attach to a processes output for viewing

You can use reptyr:

sudo apt install reptyr
reptyr pid

How to unload a package without restarting R

Try this (see ?detach for more details):

detach("package:vegan", unload=TRUE)

It is possible to have multiple versions of a package loaded at once (for example, if you have a development version and a stable version in different libraries). To guarantee that all copies are detached, use this function.

detach_package <- function(pkg, character.only = FALSE)
{
  if(!character.only)
  {
    pkg <- deparse(substitute(pkg))
  }
  search_item <- paste("package", pkg, sep = ":")
  while(search_item %in% search())
  {
    detach(search_item, unload = TRUE, character.only = TRUE)
  }
}

Usage is, for example

detach_package(vegan)

or

detach_package("vegan", TRUE)

How can I update a row in a DataTable in VB.NET?

Dim myRow() As Data.DataRow
myRow = dt.Select("MyColumnName = 'SomeColumnTitle'")
myRow(0)("SomeOtherColumnTitle") = strValue

Code above instantiates a DataRow. Where "dt" is a DataTable, you get a row by selecting any column (I know, sounds backwards). Then you can then set the value of whatever row you want (I chose the first row, or "myRow(0)"), for whatever column you want.

Looking for a 'cmake clean' command to clear up CMake output

It's funny to see this question gets so many attentions and complicated solutions, which indeed shows a pain to not have a clean method with cmake.

Well, you can definitely cd build to do you work, then do a rm -rf * when you need to clean. However, rm -rf * is a dangerous command given that many people are often not aware which dir they are in.

If you cd .., rm -rf build and then mkdir build and then cd build, that's just too much typing.

So a good solution is to just stay out of the build folder and tell cmake the path:
to configure: cmake -B build
to build: cmake --build build
to clean: rm -rf build
to recreate build folder: you don't even need mkdir build, just configure it with cmake -B build and cmake will create it

C++: Converting Hexadecimal to Decimal

#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <sstream>

int main()
{
    int x, y;
    std::stringstream stream;

    std::cin >> x;
    stream << x;
    stream >> std::hex >> y;
    std::cout << y;

    return 0;
}

Cannot find the object because it does not exist or you do not have permissions. Error in SQL Server

The TRUNCATE statement was my first problem, glad to find the solution here. But I was using SSIS and trying to load data from another database, and it failed with the same error on any table that used IDENTITY to create an auto-incrementing ID. If I was scripting it myself I'd first need to use the command SET IDENTITY_INSERT tablename ON, and then SET IDENTITY_INSERT tablename OFF when the table update was done. But this requires ALTER permissions on the table, which I do not have. Hence the error message in SSIS on the table load (even though the previous step had just deleted all the data out of the table.)

jQuery get value of select onChange

$('#select_id').on('change', function()
{
    alert(this.value); //or alert($(this).val());
});



<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

<select id="select_id">
    <option value="1">Option 1</option>
    <option value="2">Option 2</option>
    <option value="3">Option 3</option>
    <option value="4">Option 4</option>
</select>

SQL join: selecting the last records in a one-to-many relationship

This is an example of the greatest-n-per-group problem that has appeared regularly on StackOverflow.

Here's how I usually recommend solving it:

SELECT c.*, p1.*
FROM customer c
JOIN purchase p1 ON (c.id = p1.customer_id)
LEFT OUTER JOIN purchase p2 ON (c.id = p2.customer_id AND 
    (p1.date < p2.date OR (p1.date = p2.date AND p1.id < p2.id)))
WHERE p2.id IS NULL;

Explanation: given a row p1, there should be no row p2 with the same customer and a later date (or in the case of ties, a later id). When we find that to be true, then p1 is the most recent purchase for that customer.

Regarding indexes, I'd create a compound index in purchase over the columns (customer_id, date, id). That may allow the outer join to be done using a covering index. Be sure to test on your platform, because optimization is implementation-dependent. Use the features of your RDBMS to analyze the optimization plan. E.g. EXPLAIN on MySQL.


Some people use subqueries instead of the solution I show above, but I find my solution makes it easier to resolve ties.

What is the correct target for the JAVA_HOME environment variable for a Linux OpenJDK Debian-based distribution?

Updated answer that will solve your problem and also just a general good how-to for installing Oracle Java 7 on Ubuntu can be found here: http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Oracle-Java-on-Ubuntu-Linux

How to execute powershell commands from a batch file?

Looking for the possibility to put a powershell script into a batch file, I found this thread. The idea of walid2mi did not worked 100% for my script. But via a temporary file, containing the script it worked out. Here is the skeleton of the batch file:

;@echo off
;setlocal ENABLEEXTENSIONS
;rem make from X.bat a X.ps1 by removing all lines starting with ';' 
;Findstr -rbv "^[;]" %0 > %~dpn0.ps1 
;powershell -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -File %~dpn0.ps1 %*
;del %~dpn0.ps1
;endlocal
;goto :EOF
;rem Here start your power shell script.
param(
    ,[switch]$help
)

How to unzip gz file using Python

From the documentation:

import gzip
f = gzip.open('file.txt.gz', 'rb')
file_content = f.read()
f.close()

Php $_POST method to get textarea value

//My Form
<form id="someform">
        <div class="input-group">
            <textarea placeholder="Post your Comment Here ..." name="post" class="form-control custom-control" rows="3" style="resize:none"></textarea> 
            <span class="input-group-addon">                                            
                <button type="submit" name="post_comment" class="btn btn-primary">
                    Post
                </button>
            </span>
        </div>
    </form>

//your text area get value to URL
<?php
        if(isset($_POST['post_comment']))
        {
            echo htmlspecialchars($_POST['post']);
        }

    ?>

//print the value using get
echo $_GET['post'];

//url must be like this
http://localhost/blog/home.php?post=asdasdsad&post_comment=

//post value has asdasdsad so it will print to your page

How to Load an Assembly to AppDomain with all references recursively?

Once you pass the assembly instance back to the caller domain, the caller domain will try to load it! This is why you get the exception. This happens in your last line of code:

domain.Load(AssemblyName.GetAssemblyName(path));

Thus, whatever you want to do with the assembly, should be done in a proxy class - a class which inherit MarshalByRefObject.

Take in count that the caller domain and the new created domain should both have access to the proxy class assembly. If your issue is not too complicated, consider leaving the ApplicationBase folder unchanged, so it will be same as the caller domain folder (the new domain will only load Assemblies it needs).

In simple code:

public void DoStuffInOtherDomain()
{
    const string assemblyPath = @"[AsmPath]";
    var newDomain = AppDomain.CreateDomain("newDomain");
    var asmLoaderProxy = (ProxyDomain)newDomain.CreateInstanceAndUnwrap(Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().FullName, typeof(ProxyDomain).FullName);

    asmLoaderProxy.GetAssembly(assemblyPath);
}

class ProxyDomain : MarshalByRefObject
{
    public void GetAssembly(string AssemblyPath)
    {
        try
        {
            Assembly.LoadFrom(AssemblyPath);
            //If you want to do anything further to that assembly, you need to do it here.
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            throw new InvalidOperationException(ex.Message, ex);
        }
    }
}

If you do need to load the assemblies from a folder which is different than you current app domain folder, create the new app domain with specific dlls search path folder.

For example, the app domain creation line from the above code should be replaced with:

var dllsSearchPath = @"[dlls search path for new app domain]";
AppDomain newDomain = AppDomain.CreateDomain("newDomain", new Evidence(), dllsSearchPath, "", true);

This way, all the dlls will automaically be resolved from dllsSearchPath.

How to update record using Entity Framework 6?

Not related to this specific example, but I came across a challenge when trying to use EF and a DateTime field as the concurrency check field. It appears the EF concurrency code doesn't honor the precision setting from the metadata (edmx) i.e. Type="DateTime" Precision="3". The database datetime field will store a millisecond component within the field (i.e. 2020-10-18 15:49:02.123). Even if you set the original value of the Entity to a DateTime that includes the millisecond component, the SQL EF generates is this:

UPDATE [dbo].[People]
SET [dateUpdated] = @0
WHERE (([PeopleID] = @1) AND ([dateUpdated] = @2))
-- @0: '10/19/2020 1:07:00 AM' (Type = DateTime2)
-- @1: '3182' (Type = Int32)
-- @2: '10/19/2020 1:06:10 AM' (Type = DateTime2)

As you can see, @2 is a STRING representation without a millisecond component. This will cause your updates to fail.

Therefore, if you're going to use a DateTime field as a concurrency key, you must STRIP off the milliseconds/Ticks from the database field when retrieving the record and only pass/update the field with a similar stripped DateTime.

    //strip milliseconds due to EF concurrency handling
    PeopleModel p = db.people.Where(x => x.PeopleID = id);
    if (p.dateUpdated.Millisecond > 0)
    {
        DateTime d = new DateTime(p.dateUpdated.Ticks / 10000000 * 10000000);
        object[] b = {p.PeopleID, d};
        int upd = db.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand("Update People set dateUpdated=@p1 where peopleId=@p0", b);
        if (upd == 1)
            p.dateUpdated = d;
        else
            return InternalServerError(new Exception("Unable to update dateUpdated"));
    }
return Ok(p);

And when updating the field with a new value, strip the milliseconds also

(param)int id, PeopleModel person;
People tbl = db.People.Where(x => x.PeopleID == id).FirstOrDefault();
db.Entry(tbl).OriginalValues["dateUpdated"] = person.dateUpdated;
//strip milliseconds from dateUpdated since EF doesn't preserve them
tbl.dateUpdated = new DateTime(DateTime.Now.Ticks / 10000000 * 10000000);

phpmailer - The following SMTP Error: Data not accepted

We send email via the Gmail SMTP servers, and we get this exact error from PHPMailer sometimes when we hit our Gmail send limits.

You can check if it's the same thing happening to you by going into Gmail and trying to manually send an email. In our case that displays the more helpful error message about sending limits.

https://support.google.com/a/answer/166852?hl=en

How to use orderby with 2 fields in linq?

MyList.OrderBy(x => x.StartDate).ThenByDescending(x => x.EndDate);

Note that you can use as well the Descending keyword in the OrderBy (in case you need). So another possible answer is:

MyList.OrderByDescending(x => x.StartDate).ThenByDescending(x => x.EndDate);

How to list processes attached to a shared memory segment in linux?

Just in case someone is interest only in what kind of process created the shared moeries, call

ls -l /dev/shm

It lists the names that are associated with the shared memories - at least on Ubuntu. Usually the names are quite telling.

How to go from Blob to ArrayBuffer

This is an async method which first checks for the availability of arrayBuffer method. This function is backward compatible and future proof.

async function blobToArrayBuffer(blob) {
    if ('arrayBuffer' in blob) return await blob.arrayBuffer();
    
    return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
        const reader = new FileReader();
        reader.onload = () => resolve(reader.result);
        reader.onerror = () => reject;
        reader.readAsArrayBuffer(blob);
    });
}

How do I fetch only one branch of a remote Git repository?

  1. Pick any <remote_name> you'd like to use (feel free to use origin and skip step 1.)
  2. git remote add <remote_name> <remote_url>
  3. git fetch <remote_name> <branch>
  4. Pick any <your_local_branch_name> you'd like to use. Could be the same as <branch>.
  5. git checkout <remote_name>/<branch> -b <your_local_branch_name>

Hope that helps!

How to use onSaveInstanceState() and onRestoreInstanceState()?

When your activity is recreated after it was previously destroyed, you can recover your saved state from the Bundle that the system passes your activity. Both the onCreate() and onRestoreInstanceState() callback methods receive the same Bundle that contains the instance state information.

Because the onCreate() method is called whether the system is creating a new instance of your activity or recreating a previous one, you must check whether the state Bundle is null before you attempt to read it. If it is null, then the system is creating a new instance of the activity, instead of restoring a previous one that was destroyed.

static final String STATE_USER = "user";
private String mUser;

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    // Check whether we're recreating a previously destroyed instance
    if (savedInstanceState != null) {
        // Restore value of members from saved state
        mUser = savedInstanceState.getString(STATE_USER);
    } else {
        // Probably initialize members with default values for a new instance
        mUser = "NewUser";
    }
}

@Override
public void onSaveInstanceState(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    savedInstanceState.putString(STATE_USER, mUser);
    // Always call the superclass so it can save the view hierarchy state
    super.onSaveInstanceState(savedInstanceState);
}

http://developer.android.com/training/basics/activity-lifecycle/recreating.html

How do I render a Word document (.doc, .docx) in the browser using JavaScript?

PDFTron WebViewer supports rendering of Word (and other Office formats) directly in any browser and without any server side dependencies. To test, try https://www.pdftron.com/webviewer/demo

How to remove hashbang from url?

You should add mode history to your router like the below

export default new Router({
  mode: 'history',
  routes: [
    {
     ...
    }
  ]
}) 

Nginx -- static file serving confusion with root & alias

server {
    server_name xyz.com;
    root /home/ubuntu/project_folder/;

    client_max_body_size 10M;
    access_log  /var/log/nginx/project.access.log;
    error_log  /var/log/nginx/project.error.log;

    location /static {
        index index.html;
    }

    location /media {
        alias /home/ubuntu/project/media/;
    }
}

Server block to live the static page on nginx.

Find a value in DataTable

AFAIK, there is nothing built in for searching all columns. You can use Find only against the primary key. Select needs specified columns. You can perhaps use LINQ, but ultimately this just does the same looping. Perhaps just unroll it yourself? It'll be readable, at least.

Does mobile Google Chrome support browser extensions?

Extensions are not supported, see: https://developers.google.com/chrome/mobile/docs/faq .

Specifically:

Does Chrome for Android now support the embedded WebView for a hybrid native/web app?

A Chrome-based WebView is included in Android 4.4 (KitKat) and later. See the WebView overview for details.

Does Chrome for Android support apps and extensions?

Chrome apps and extensions are currently not supported on Chrome for Android. We have no plans to announce at this time.

Can I write and deploy web apps on Chrome for Android?

Though Chrome apps are not currently supported, we would love to see great interactive web sites accessible by URL.

How to import XML file into MySQL database table using XML_LOAD(); function

you can specify fields like this:

LOAD XML LOCAL INFILE '/pathtofile/file.xml' 
INTO TABLE my_tablename(personal_number, firstname, ...); 

Using headers with the Python requests library's get method

This answer taught me that you can set headers for an entire session:

s = requests.Session()
s.auth = ('user', 'pass')
s.headers.update({'x-test': 'true'})

# both 'x-test' and 'x-test2' are sent
s.get('http://httpbin.org/headers', headers={'x-test2': 'true'})

Bonus: Sessions also handle cookies.

SQL variable to hold list of integers

In the end i came to the conclusion that without modifying how the query works i could not store the values in variables. I used SQL profiler to catch the values and then hard coded them into the query to see how it worked. There were 18 of these integer arrays and some had over 30 elements in them.

I think that there is a need for MS/SQL to introduce some aditional datatypes into the language. Arrays are quite common and i don't see why you couldn't use them in a stored proc.

Read response headers from API response - Angular 5 + TypeScript

You can get headers using below code

let main_headers = {}
this.http.post(url,
  {email: this.username, password: this.password},
  {'headers' : new HttpHeaders ({'Content-Type' : 'application/json'}), 'responseType': 'text', observe:'response'})
  .subscribe(response => {
    const keys = response.headers.keys();
    let headers = keys.map(key => {
      `${key}: ${response.headers.get(key)}`
        main_headers[key] = response.headers.get(key)
       }
      );
  });

later we can get the required header form the json object.

header_list['X-Token']

Checking for a null int value from a Java ResultSet

With java 8 you can do this:

Long nVal = Optional.ofNullable(resultSet.getBigDecimal("col_name"))
                    .map(BigDecimal::longValue).orElse(null));

In that case you ensure that the nVal will be null (and not zero) if the SQL value is NULL

SQL query for today's date minus two months

If you are using SQL Server try this:

SELECT * FROM MyTable
WHERE MyDate < DATEADD(month, -2, GETDATE())

Based on your update it would be:

SELECT * FROM FB WHERE Dte <  DATEADD(month, -2, GETDATE())

Javascript Array.sort implementation?

I think that would depend on what browser implementation you are refering to.

Every browser type has it's own javascript engine implementation, so it depends. You could check the sourcecode repos for Mozilla and Webkit/Khtml for different implementations.

IE is closed source however, so you may have to ask somebody at microsoft.

How to implement private method in ES6 class with Traceur

Although currently there is no way to declare a method or property as private, ES6 modules are not in the global namespace. Therefore, anything that you declare in your module and do not export will not be available to any other part of your program, but will still be available to your module during run time. Thus, you have private properties and methods :)

Here is an example (in test.js file)

function tryMe1(a) {
  console.log(a + 2);
}

var tryMe2 = 1234;

class myModule {
  tryMe3(a) {
    console.log(a + 100);
  }

  getTryMe1(a) {
    tryMe1(a);
  }

  getTryMe2() {
    return tryMe2;
  }
}

// Exports just myModule class. Not anything outside of it.
export default myModule; 

In another file

import MyModule from './test';

let bar = new MyModule();

tryMe1(1); // ReferenceError: tryMe1 is not defined
tryMe2; // ReferenceError: tryMe2 is not defined
bar.tryMe1(1); // TypeError: bar.tryMe1 is not a function
bar.tryMe2; // undefined

bar.tryMe3(1); // 101
bar.getTryMe1(1); // 3
bar.getTryMe2(); // 1234

Creating Scheduled Tasks

This works for me https://www.nuget.org/packages/ASquare.WindowsTaskScheduler/

It is nicely designed Fluent API.

//This will create Daily trigger to run every 10 minutes for a duration of 18 hours
SchedulerResponse response = WindowTaskScheduler
    .Configure()
    .CreateTask("TaskName", "C:\\Test.bat")
    .RunDaily()
    .RunEveryXMinutes(10)
    .RunDurationFor(new TimeSpan(18, 0, 0))
    .SetStartDate(new DateTime(2015, 8, 8))
    .SetStartTime(new TimeSpan(8, 0, 0))
    .Execute();

Error while trying to run project: Unable to start program. Cannot find the file specified

I had this issue on VS2008: I removed the .suo; .ncb; and user project file, then restarted the solution and it fixed the problem for me.

How to make the window full screen with Javascript (stretching all over the screen)

In Firefox 10, you can make the current page go fullscreen (real fullscreen with no window chrome) using this javascript:

window.fullScreen = true;

Are parameters in strings.xml possible?

There is many ways to use it and i recomend you to see this documentation about String Format.

http://developer.android.com/intl/pt-br/reference/java/util/Formatter.html

But, if you need only one variable, you'll need to use %[type] where [type] could be any Flag (see Flag types inside site above). (i.e. "My name is %s" or to set my name UPPERCASE, use this "My name is %S")

<string name="welcome_messages">Hello, %1$S! You have %2$d new message(s) and your quote is %3$.2f%%.</string>

Hello, ANDROID! You have 1 new message(s) and your quote is 80,50%.

JavaScript alert box with timer

If you are looking for an alert that dissapears after an interval you could try the jQuery UI Dialog widget.

How to run SQL script in MySQL?

I came here searching for this answer as well, and here is what I found works the best for me: Note I am using Ubuntu 16.x.x

  1. Access mysql using:

mysql -u <your_user> - p

  1. At the mysql prompt, enter:

source file_name.sql

Hope this helps.

Inserting an item in a Tuple

t = (1,2,3,4,5)

t= t + (6,7)

output :

(1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

How to install lxml on Ubuntu

Many answers here are rather old,
thanks to the pointer from @Simplans (https://stackoverflow.com/a/37759871/417747) and the home page...

What worked for me (Ubuntu bionic):

sudo apt-get install python3-lxml  

(+ sudo apt-get install libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev I installed before it, but not sure if that's the requirement still)

Removing duplicates from rows based on specific columns in an RDD/Spark DataFrame

The below programme will help you drop duplicates on whole , or if you want to drop duplicates based on certain columns , you can even do that:

import org.apache.spark.sql.SparkSession

object DropDuplicates {
def main(args: Array[String]) {
val spark =
  SparkSession.builder()
    .appName("DataFrame-DropDuplicates")
    .master("local[4]")
    .getOrCreate()

import spark.implicits._

// create an RDD of tuples with some data
val custs = Seq(
  (1, "Widget Co", 120000.00, 0.00, "AZ"),
  (2, "Acme Widgets", 410500.00, 500.00, "CA"),
  (3, "Widgetry", 410500.00, 200.00, "CA"),
  (4, "Widgets R Us", 410500.00, 0.0, "CA"),
  (3, "Widgetry", 410500.00, 200.00, "CA"),
  (5, "Ye Olde Widgete", 500.00, 0.0, "MA"),
  (6, "Widget Co", 12000.00, 10.00, "AZ")
)
val customerRows = spark.sparkContext.parallelize(custs, 4)

// convert RDD of tuples to DataFrame by supplying column names
val customerDF = customerRows.toDF("id", "name", "sales", "discount", "state")

println("*** Here's the whole DataFrame with duplicates")

customerDF.printSchema()

customerDF.show()

// drop fully identical rows
val withoutDuplicates = customerDF.dropDuplicates()

println("*** Now without duplicates")

withoutDuplicates.show()

// drop fully identical rows
val withoutPartials = customerDF.dropDuplicates(Seq("name", "state"))

println("*** Now without partial duplicates too")

withoutPartials.show()

 }
 }

How to copy a file to another path?

Yes. It will work: FileInfo.CopyTo Method

Use this method to allow or prevent overwriting of an existing file. Use the CopyTo method to prevent overwriting of an existing file by default.

All other responses are correct, but since you asked for FileInfo, here's a sample:

FileInfo fi = new FileInfo(@"c:\yourfile.ext");
fi.CopyTo(@"d:\anotherfile.ext", true); // existing file will be overwritten

Why can't C# interfaces contain fields?

The short answer is yes, every implementing type will have to create its own backing variable. This is because an interface is analogous to a contract. All it can do is specify particular publicly accessible pieces of code that an implementing type must make available; it cannot contain any code itself.

Consider this scenario using what you suggest:

public interface InterfaceOne
{
    int myBackingVariable;

    int MyProperty { get { return myBackingVariable; } }
}

public interface InterfaceTwo
{
    int myBackingVariable;

    int MyProperty { get { return myBackingVariable; } }
}

public class MyClass : InterfaceOne, InterfaceTwo { }

We have a couple of problems here:

  • Because all members of an interface are--by definition--public, our backing variable is now exposed to anyone using the interface
  • Which myBackingVariable will MyClass use?

The most common approach taken is to declare the interface and a barebones abstract class that implements it. This allows you the flexibility of either inheriting from the abstract class and getting the implementation for free, or explicitly implementing the interface and being allowed to inherit from another class. It works something like this:

public interface IMyInterface
{
    int MyProperty { get; set; }
}

public abstract class MyInterfaceBase : IMyInterface
{
    int myProperty;

    public int MyProperty
    {
        get { return myProperty; }
        set { myProperty = value; }
    }
}

How do I import from Excel to a DataSet using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel?

Years after everyone's answer, I too want to present how I did it for my project

    /// <summary>
    /// /Reads an excel file and converts it into dataset with each sheet as each table of the dataset
    /// </summary>
    /// <param name="filename"></param>
    /// <param name="headers">If set to true the first row will be considered as headers</param>
    /// <returns></returns>
    public DataSet Import(string filename, bool headers = true)
    {
        var _xl = new Excel.Application();
        var wb = _xl.Workbooks.Open(filename);
        var sheets = wb.Sheets;
        DataSet dataSet = null;
        if (sheets != null && sheets.Count != 0)
        {
            dataSet = new DataSet();
            foreach (var item in sheets)
            {
                var sheet = (Excel.Worksheet)item;
                DataTable dt = null;
                if (sheet != null)
                {
                    dt = new DataTable();
                    var ColumnCount = ((Excel.Range)sheet.UsedRange.Rows[1, Type.Missing]).Columns.Count;
                    var rowCount = ((Excel.Range)sheet.UsedRange.Columns[1, Type.Missing]).Rows.Count;

                    for (int j = 0; j < ColumnCount; j++)
                    {
                        var cell = (Excel.Range)sheet.Cells[1, j + 1];
                        var column = new DataColumn(headers ? cell.Value : string.Empty);
                        dt.Columns.Add(column);
                    }

                    for (int i = 0; i < rowCount; i++)
                    {
                        var r = dt.NewRow();
                        for (int j = 0; j < ColumnCount; j++)
                        {
                            var cell = (Excel.Range)sheet.Cells[i + 1 + (headers ? 1 : 0), j + 1];
                            r[j] = cell.Value;
                        }
                        dt.Rows.Add(r);
                    }

                }
                dataSet.Tables.Add(dt);
            }
        }
        _xl.Quit();
        return dataSet;
    }

pypi UserWarning: Unknown distribution option: 'install_requires'

This is a warning from distutils, and is a sign that you do not have setuptools installed. Installing it from http://pypi.python.org/pypi/setuptools will remove the warning.

How to connect to mysql with laravel?

In Laravel 5, there is a .env file,

It looks like

APP_ENV=local
APP_DEBUG=true
APP_KEY=YOUR_API_KEY

DB_HOST=YOUR_HOST
DB_DATABASE=YOUR_DATABASE
DB_USERNAME=YOUR_USERNAME
DB_PASSWORD=YOUR_PASSWORD

CACHE_DRIVER=file
SESSION_DRIVER=file
QUEUE_DRIVER=sync

MAIL_DRIVER=smtp
MAIL_HOST=mailtrap.io
MAIL_PORT=2525
MAIL_USERNAME=null
MAIL_PASSWORD=null

Edit that .env There is .env.sample is there , try to create from that if no such .env file found.

How to post query parameters with Axios?

axios signature for post is axios.post(url[, data[, config]]). So you want to send params object within the third argument:

.post(`/mails/users/sendVerificationMail`, null, { params: {
  mail,
  firstname
}})
.then(response => response.status)
.catch(err => console.warn(err));

This will POST an empty body with the two query params:

POST http://localhost:8000/api/mails/users/sendVerificationMail?mail=lol%40lol.com&firstname=myFirstName

How to use target in location.href

As of 2014, you can trigger the click on a <a/> tag. However, for security reasons, you have to do it in a click event handler, or the browser will tag it as a popup (some other events may allow you to safely trigger the opening).

jsFiddle

Equivalent to 'app.config' for a library (DLL)

As far as I'm aware, you have to copy + paste the sections you want from the library .config into the applications .config file. You only get 1 app.config per executable instance.

Your project contains error(s), please fix it before running it

In my case, it happens with ADT 22.

I choose not to create Activity.

After I remove the "appcompat_v7" as library project. I works.

add new row in gridview after binding C#, ASP.net

you can try the following code

protected void Button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
   {
       DataTable dt = new DataTable();

       if (dt.Columns.Count == 0)
       {
           dt.Columns.Add("PayScale", typeof(string));
           dt.Columns.Add("IncrementAmt", typeof(string));
           dt.Columns.Add("Period", typeof(string));
       }

       DataRow NewRow = dt.NewRow();
       NewRow[0] = TextBox1.Text;
       NewRow[1] = TextBox2.Text;
       dt.Rows.Add(NewRow); 
       GridView1.DataSource = dt;
       GridViewl.DataBind();
   }

here payscale,incrementamt and period are database field name.

How do you merge two Git repositories?

I had a similar challenge, but in my case, we had developed one version of the codebase in repo A, then cloned that into a new repo, repo B, for the new version of the product. After fixing some bugs in repo A, we needed to FI the changes into repo B. Ended up doing the following:

  1. Adding a remote to repo B that pointed to repo A (git remote add...)
  2. Pulling the current branch (we were not using master for bug fixes) (git pull remoteForRepoA bugFixBranch)
  3. Pushing merges to github

Worked a treat :)

How to debug external class library projects in visual studio?

Try disabling Just My Code (JMC).

  • Tools -> Options -> Debugger
  • Uncheck "Enable Just my Code"

By default the debugger tries to restrict the view of the world to code that is only contained within your solution. This is really heplful at times but when you want to debug code which is not in your solution (as is your situation) you need to disable JMC in order to see it. Otherwise the code will be treated as external and largely hidden from your view.

EDIT

When you're broken in your code try the following.

  • Debug -> Windows -> Modules
  • Find the DLL for the project you are interested in
  • Right Click -> Load Symbols -> Select the Path to the .PDB for your other project

How do I convert a C# List<string[]> to a Javascript array?

Many of these answers do work, but I have found the easiest way by far is to send data through ViewData or ViewBag and let JSON.Net serialize it.

I use this technique when Javascript is needed for HTML generation before the page load or when AJAX overhead needs to be avoided:

In the controller:

public ActionResult MyController()
{
    var addresses = myAddressesGetter();
    ViewData["addresses"] = addresses ;
    return View();
}

In the view:

@section scripts {
<script type="text/javascript">
    var MyjavascriptAddresses: @Html.Raw(JsonConvert.SerializeObject(ViewData["addresses"])),
</script>
}

You can always rely on JSON.NET whereas some browsers have poor JSON deserialization support. Another benefit over some methods in that you can see the Javascript using your browser's View --> Source, since it is simply text generated server-side.

Note that In most situations, Web API a more elegant way to get JSON to the client.

How do I use Maven through a proxy?

I also had this problem, and I solved it by editing the settings.xml file in my .m2 folder. My settings.xml is like this now:

<settings>
  <proxies>
    <proxy>
      <id>genproxy</id>
      <active>true</active>
      <protocol>http</protocol>
      <host>proxyHost</host>
      <port>3128</port>
      <username>username</username>
      <password>password</password>
    </proxy>
 </proxies>
</settings>

Declaring and using MySQL varchar variables

In Mysql, We can declare and use variables with set command like below

mysql> set @foo="manjeet";
mysql> select * from table where name = @foo;

What's the best strategy for unit-testing database-driven applications?

For JDBC based project (directly or indirectly, e.g. JPA, EJB, ...) you can mockup not the entire database (in such case it would be better to use a test db on a real RDBMS), but only mockup at JDBC level.

Advantage is abstraction which comes with that way, as JDBC data (result set, update count, warning, ...) are the same whatever is the backend: your prod db, a test db, or just some mockup data provided for each test case.

With JDBC connection mocked up for each case there is no need to manage test db (cleanup, only one test at time, reload fixtures, ...). Every mockup connection is isolated and there is no need to clean up. Only minimal required fixtures are provided in each test case to mock up JDBC exchange, which help to avoid complexity of managing a whole test db.

Acolyte is my framework which includes a JDBC driver and utility for this kind of mockup: http://acolyte.eu.org .

How to get only numeric column values?

SELECT column1 FROM table WHERE column1 not like '%[0-9]%'

Removing the '^' did it for me. I'm looking at a varchar field and when I included the ^ it excluded all of my non-numerics which is exactly what I didn't want. So, by removing ^ I only got non-numeric values back.

How can I debug javascript on Android?

The about:debug (or chrome:\\debug both of which say page cannot be found, but enable the Debug menu in the settings) when tried on Chrome or Opera on Android KitKat 4.4.2 on a Samsung Tab

If you have ROOT permissions on your device, you can view the console messages directly on the device. Use an app like CatLog to view the log output - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nolanlawson.logcat&hl=en This will let you view all logcat activity.

In Android KitKat/4.4.2, the browser console is output to the Chromium channel. You could filter by "Chromium" to get all browser activity (include browser's internal activity), or simply filter by "Console" to only see the Browser console log.

chromium [INFO:CONSOLE(3)]  "The key "x-minimal-ui" is not recognized and ignored.", source http://mywebsite.com/ (3)

SQL Server - Adding a string to a text column (concat equivalent)

Stop using the TEXT data type in SQL Server!

It's been deprecated since the 2005 version. Use VARCHAR(MAX) instead, if you need more than 8000 characters.

The TEXT data type doesn't support the normal string functions, while VARCHAR(MAX) does - your statement would work just fine, if you'd be using just VARCHAR types.

Code for printf function in C

Here's the GNU version of printf... you can see it passing in stdout to vfprintf:

__printf (const char *format, ...)
{
   va_list arg;
   int done;

   va_start (arg, format);
   done = vfprintf (stdout, format, arg);
   va_end (arg);

   return done;
}

See here.

Here's a link to vfprintf... all the formatting 'magic' happens here.

The only thing that's truly 'different' about these functions is that they use varargs to get at arguments in a variable length argument list. Other than that, they're just traditional C. (This is in contrast to Pascal's printf equivalent, which is implemented with specific support in the compiler... at least it was back in the day.)

Spring Boot and multiple external configuration files

I've just had a similar problem to this and finally figured out the cause: the application.properties file had the wrong ownership and rwx attributes. So when tomcat started up the application.properties file was in the right location, but owned by another user:

$ chmod 766 application.properties

$ chown tomcat application.properties

How to delete selected text in the vi editor

Do it the vi way.

To delete 5 lines press: 5dd ( 5 delete )

To select ( actually copy them to the clipboard ) you type: 10yy

It is a bit hard to grasp, but very handy to learn when using those remote terminals

Be aware of the learning curves for some editors:


(source: calver at unix.rulez.org)

What is the .idea folder?

When you use the IntelliJ IDE, all the project-specific settings for the project are stored under the .idea folder.

Project settings are stored with each specific project as a set of xml files under the .idea folder. If you specify the default project settings, these settings will be automatically used for each newly created project.

Check this documentation for the IDE settings and here is their recommendation on Source Control and an example .gitignore file.

Note: If you are using git or some version control system, you might want to set this folder "ignore". Example - for git, add this directory to .gitignore. This way, the application is not IDE-specific.

Ruby: How to post a file via HTTP as multipart/form-data?

Well the solution with NetHttp has a drawback that is when posting big files it loads the whole file into memory first.

After playing a bit with it I came up with the following solution:

class Multipart

  def initialize( file_names )
    @file_names = file_names
  end

  def post( to_url )
    boundary = '----RubyMultipartClient' + rand(1000000).to_s + 'ZZZZZ'

    parts = []
    streams = []
    @file_names.each do |param_name, filepath|
      pos = filepath.rindex('/')
      filename = filepath[pos + 1, filepath.length - pos]
      parts << StringPart.new ( "--" + boundary + "\r\n" +
      "Content-Disposition: form-data; name=\"" + param_name.to_s + "\"; filename=\"" + filename + "\"\r\n" +
      "Content-Type: video/x-msvideo\r\n\r\n")
      stream = File.open(filepath, "rb")
      streams << stream
      parts << StreamPart.new (stream, File.size(filepath))
    end
    parts << StringPart.new ( "\r\n--" + boundary + "--\r\n" )

    post_stream = MultipartStream.new( parts )

    url = URI.parse( to_url )
    req = Net::HTTP::Post.new(url.path)
    req.content_length = post_stream.size
    req.content_type = 'multipart/form-data; boundary=' + boundary
    req.body_stream = post_stream
    res = Net::HTTP.new(url.host, url.port).start {|http| http.request(req) }

    streams.each do |stream|
      stream.close();
    end

    res
  end

end

class StreamPart
  def initialize( stream, size )
    @stream, @size = stream, size
  end

  def size
    @size
  end

  def read ( offset, how_much )
    @stream.read ( how_much )
  end
end

class StringPart
  def initialize ( str )
    @str = str
  end

  def size
    @str.length
  end

  def read ( offset, how_much )
    @str[offset, how_much]
  end
end

class MultipartStream
  def initialize( parts )
    @parts = parts
    @part_no = 0;
    @part_offset = 0;
  end

  def size
    total = 0
    @parts.each do |part|
      total += part.size
    end
    total
  end

  def read ( how_much )

    if @part_no >= @parts.size
      return nil;
    end

    how_much_current_part = @parts[@part_no].size - @part_offset

    how_much_current_part = if how_much_current_part > how_much
      how_much
    else
      how_much_current_part
    end

    how_much_next_part = how_much - how_much_current_part

    current_part = @parts[@part_no].read(@part_offset, how_much_current_part )

    if how_much_next_part > 0
      @part_no += 1
      @part_offset = 0
      next_part = read ( how_much_next_part  )
      current_part + if next_part
        next_part
      else
        ''
      end
    else
      @part_offset += how_much_current_part
      current_part
    end
  end
end

Where is the kibana error log? Is there a kibana error log?

It seems that you need to pass a flag "-l, --log-file"

https://github.com/elastic/kibana/issues/3407

Usage: kibana [options]

Kibana is an open source (Apache Licensed), browser based analytics and search dashboard for Elasticsearch.

Options:

    -h, --help                 output usage information
    -V, --version              output the version number
    -e, --elasticsearch <uri>  Elasticsearch instance
    -c, --config <path>        Path to the config file
    -p, --port <port>          The port to bind to
    -q, --quiet                Turns off logging
    -H, --host <host>          The host to bind to
    -l, --log-file <path>      The file to log to
    --plugins <path>           Path to scan for plugins

If you use the init script to run as a service, maybe you will need to customize it.

Collision Detection between two images in Java

First, use the bounding boxes as described by Jonathan Holland to find if you may have a collision.

From the (multi-color) sprites, create black and white versions. You probably already have these if your sprites are transparent (i.e. there are places which are inside the bounding box but you can still see the background). These are "masks".

Use Image.getRGB() on the mask to get at the pixels. For each pixel which isn't transparent, set a bit in an integer array (playerArray and enemyArray below). The size of the array is height if width <= 32 pixels, (width+31)/32*height otherwise. The code below is for width <= 32.

If you have a collision of the bounding boxes, do this:

// Find the first line where the two sprites might overlap
int linePlayer, lineEnemy;
if (player.y <= enemy.y) {
    linePlayer = enemy.y - player.y;
    lineEnemy = 0;
} else {
    linePlayer = 0;
    lineEnemy = player.y - enemy.y;
}
int line = Math.max(linePlayer, lineEnemy);

// Get the shift between the two
x = player.x - enemy.x;
int maxLines = Math.max(player.height, enemy.height);
for ( line < maxLines; line ++) {
    // if width > 32, then you need a second loop here
    long playerMask = playerArray[linePlayer];
    long enemyMask = enemyArray[lineEnemy];
    // Reproduce the shift between the two sprites
    if (x < 0) playerMask << (-x);
    else enemyMask << x;
    // If the two masks have common bits, binary AND will return != 0
    if ((playerMask & enemyMask) != 0) {
        // Contact!
    }

}

Links: JGame, Framework for Small Java Games

Create a file if one doesn't exist - C

If fptr is NULL, then you don't have an open file. Therefore, you can't freopen it, you should just fopen it.

FILE *fptr;
fptr = fopen("scores.dat", "rb+");
if(fptr == NULL) //if file does not exist, create it
{
    fptr = fopen("scores.dat", "wb");
}

note: Since the behavior of your program varies depending on whether the file is opened in read or write modes, you most probably also need to keep a variable indicating which is the case.

A complete example

int main()
{
    FILE *fptr;
    char there_was_error = 0;
    char opened_in_read  = 1;
    fptr = fopen("scores.dat", "rb+");
    if(fptr == NULL) //if file does not exist, create it
    {
        opened_in_read = 0;
        fptr = fopen("scores.dat", "wb");
        if (fptr == NULL)
            there_was_error = 1;
    }
    if (there_was_error)
    {
        printf("Disc full or no permission\n");
        return EXIT_FAILURE;
    }
    if (opened_in_read)
        printf("The file is opened in read mode."
               " Let's read some cached data\n");
    else
        printf("The file is opened in write mode."
               " Let's do some processing and cache the results\n");
    return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}

Is there an equivalent of lsusb for OS X

system_profiler SPUSBDataType

it your need command on macos

How do you pull first 100 characters of a string in PHP

try this function

function summary($str, $limit=100, $strip = false) {
    $str = ($strip == true)?strip_tags($str):$str;
    if (strlen ($str) > $limit) {
        $str = substr ($str, 0, $limit - 3);
        return (substr ($str, 0, strrpos ($str, ' ')).'...');
    }
    return trim($str);
}

In Perl, how to remove ^M from a file?

You found out you can also do this:

$line=~ tr/\015//d;

Foreign key constraint may cause cycles or multiple cascade paths?

There is an article available in which explains how to perform multiple deletion paths using triggers. Maybe this is useful for complex scenarios.

http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2733/solving-the-sql-server-multiple-cascade-path-issue-with-a-trigger/

Twitter Bootstrap Datepicker within modal window

I use:

body.modal-open .datepicker {
    z-index: 1200 !important;
}

This way: if the modal isn't open, and you want the datepicker to be at the normal z-index (in my case I needed it to be under the menu drop-down, which has a z-index of 1000), it works.

If the modal is open, the datepicker needs to be over the modal z-index (1040 or 1050), so use the body.modal-open selector.

I'm using Bootstrap 3.1.1

Getting Error 800a0e7a "Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed."

  1. Under Window Administrative Tools, run ODBC Data Sources (32-bit).

  2. Under the Drivers tab, check you have the Microsoft Excel Driver (*.xls, *.xlsx etc...) - the file name is ACEODBC.DLL

  3. If this is missing, you will need to install the Microsoft Access Database Engine 2016 Redistributable.

You'll find the installer here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=54920

  1. Your connection should be:
Set objConn1 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") 
objConn1.Provider = "Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0"   
objConn1.ConnectionString = "Data Source=" & pPath & ";Extended Properties=""Excel 12.0 Xml;HDR=YES;IMEX=1""" 

Fitting empirical distribution to theoretical ones with Scipy (Python)?

fit() method mentioned by @Saullo Castro provides maximum likelihood estimates (MLE). The best distribution for your data is the one give you the highest can be determined by several different ways: such as

1, the one that gives you the highest log likelihood.

2, the one that gives you the smallest AIC, BIC or BICc values (see wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akaike_information_criterion, basically can be viewed as log likelihood adjusted for number of parameters, as distribution with more parameters are expected to fit better)

3, the one that maximize the Bayesian posterior probability. (see wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posterior_probability)

Of course, if you already have a distribution that should describe you data (based on the theories in your particular field) and want to stick to that, you will skip the step of identifying the best fit distribution.

scipy does not come with a function to calculate log likelihood (although MLE method is provided), but hard code one is easy: see Is the build-in probability density functions of `scipy.stat.distributions` slower than a user provided one?

How to bring view in front of everything?

There can be another way which saves the day. Just init a new Dialog with desired layout and just show it. I need it for showing a loadingView over a DialogFragment and this was the only way I succeed.

Dialog topDialog = new Dialog(this, android.R.style.Theme_Translucent_NoTitleBar);
topDialog.setContentView(R.layout.dialog_top);
topDialog.show();

bringToFront() might not work in some cases like mine. But content of dialog_top layout must override anything on the ui layer. But anyway, this is an ugly workaround.

What are .NET Assemblies?

In .Net, an assembly can be:

A collection of various manageable parts containing Types (or Classes), Resources (Bitmaps/Images/Strings/Files), Namespaces, Config Files compiled Privately or Publicly; deployed to a local or Shared (GAC) folder; discover-able by other programs/assemblies and; can be version-ed.

How to run stored procedures in Entity Framework Core?

Support for stored procedures in EF Core 1.0 is resolved now, this also supports the mapping of multiple result-sets.

Check here for the fix details

And you can call it like this in c#

var userType = dbContext.Set().FromSql("dbo.SomeSproc @Id = {0}, @Name = {1}", 45, "Ada");

Ignore mapping one property with Automapper

There is now (AutoMapper 2.0) an IgnoreMap attribute, which I'm going to use rather than the fluent syntax which is a bit heavy IMHO.

Git for Windows: .bashrc or equivalent configuration files for Git Bash shell

Create a .bashrc file under ~/.bashrc and away you go. Similarly for ~/.gitconfig.

~ is usually your C:\Users\<your user name> folder. Typing echo ~ in the Git Bash terminal will tell you what that folder is.

If you can't create the file (e.g. running Windows), run the below command:

copy > ~/.bashrc

The window will output an error message (command not found), but the file will be created and ready for you to edit.

Putting a simple if-then-else statement on one line

count = 0 if count == N else N+1

- the ternary operator. Although I'd say your solution is more readable than this.

javax.mail.AuthenticationFailedException: failed to connect, no password specified?

Your email session should be provided an authenticator instance as below

Session session = Session.getDefaultInstance(props,
    new Authenticator() {
        protected PasswordAuthentication  getPasswordAuthentication() {
        return new PasswordAuthentication(
                    "[email protected]", "password");
                }
    });

a complete example is here http://bharatonjava.wordpress.com/2012/08/27/sending-email-using-java-mail-api/

Playing a MP3 file in a WinForm application

Refactoring:

new WindowsMediaPlayer() { URL = "MyMusic.mp3" }.controls.play();

How do I grant read access for a user to a database in SQL Server?

This is a two-step process:

  1. you need to create a login to SQL Server for that user, based on its Windows account

    CREATE LOGIN [<domainName>\<loginName>] FROM WINDOWS;
    
  2. you need to grant this login permission to access a database:

    USE (your database)
    CREATE USER (username) FOR LOGIN (your login name)
    

Once you have that user in your database, you can give it any rights you want, e.g. you could assign it the db_datareader database role to read all tables.

USE (your database)
EXEC sp_addrolemember 'db_datareader', '(your user name)'

How can I display an RTSP video stream in a web page?

For purposes like this one I use VLC as a redistribution server. You said you get to catch the video with VLC? Right-click on the media in VLC, select "stream" and choose your options. You can also do it with command line, which gives you potential benefits of various option (transcoding, scaling, compressing, desinterlacing). Here is a batch that starts VLC distribution from source to its own 555 port (so you will have to type rstp://myvlcserveripaddress:555 in your src option on the webpage to get the stream)

cd \
cd C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\

vlc --logo-file C:\logo.png --logo-position 5 --logo-opacity 200 --logo-x 900 --logo-y -2 "mmsh://typeyoursourceIPhere:554" :sout=#transcode{vcodec=div3,vb=800,scale=0,acodec=mpga,ab=128,channels=2,samplerate=44100}:duplicate{dst=rtp{mux=ts,sdp=rtsp://:555/stream}} :sout-all :sout-keep

Here, you have a sample of a webpage that embeds player (based on VLC plugin).

com.google.android.gms:play-services-measurement-base is being requested by various other libraries

I have same problem, then I solved to chanced implementation 'com.google.firebase:firebase-auth:15+' instead implementation 'com.google.firebase:firebase-auth:16.1.0'

Slicing a dictionary

Use a set to intersect on the dict.viewkeys() dictionary view:

l = {1, 5}
{key: d[key] for key in d.viewkeys() & l}

This is Python 2 syntax, in Python 3 use d.keys().

This still uses a loop, but at least the dictionary comprehension is a lot more readable. Using set intersections is very efficient, even if d or l is large.

Demo:

>>> d = {1:2, 3:4, 5:6, 7:8}
>>> l = {1, 5}
>>> {key: d[key] for key in d.viewkeys() & l}
{1: 2, 5: 6}

Embed YouTube video - Refused to display in a frame because it set 'X-Frame-Options' to 'SAMEORIGIN'

You must ensure the URL contains embed rather watch as the /embed endpoint allows outside requests, whereas the /watch endpoint does not.

<iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/A6XUVjK9W4o" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

How do I close an open port from the terminal on the Mac?

One liner is best

kill -9 $(lsof -i:PORT -t) 2> /dev/null

Example : On mac, wanted to clear port 9604. Following command worked like a charm

 kill -9 $(lsof -i:9604 -t) 2> /dev/null 

How to remove decimal values from a value of type 'double' in Java

The solution is by using DecimalFormat class. This class provides a lot of functionality to format a number.
To get a double value as string with no decimals use the code below.

DecimalFormat decimalFormat = new DecimalFormat(".");
decimalFormat.setGroupingUsed(false);
decimalFormat.setDecimalSeparatorAlwaysShown(false);

String year = decimalFormat.format(32024.2345D);

How to validate a date?

This solution does not address obvious date validations such as making sure date parts are integers or that date parts comply with obvious validation checks such as the day being greater than 0 and less than 32. This solution assumes that you already have all three date parts (year, month, day) and that each already passes obvious validations. Given these assumptions this method should work for simply checking if the date exists.

For example February 29, 2009 is not a real date but February 29, 2008 is. When you create a new Date object such as February 29, 2009 look what happens (Remember that months start at zero in JavaScript):

console.log(new Date(2009, 1, 29));

The above line outputs: Sun Mar 01 2009 00:00:00 GMT-0800 (PST)

Notice how the date simply gets rolled to the first day of the next month. Assuming you have the other, obvious validations in place, this information can be used to determine if a date is real with the following function (This function allows for non-zero based months for a more convenient input):

var isActualDate = function (month, day, year) {
    var tempDate = new Date(year, --month, day);
    return month === tempDate.getMonth();
};

This isn't a complete solution and doesn't take i18n into account but it could be made more robust.

How do I download a tarball from GitHub using cURL?

You can also use wget to »untar it inline«. Simply specify stdout as the output file (-O -):

wget --no-check-certificate https://github.com/pinard/Pymacs/tarball/v0.24-beta2 -O - | tar xz

How do I set the background color of Excel cells using VBA?

You can use either:

ActiveCell.Interior.ColorIndex = 28

or

ActiveCell.Interior.Color = RGB(255,0,0)

How to detect if a browser is Chrome using jQuery?

As a quick addition, and I'm surprised nobody has thought of this, you could use the in operator:

"chrome" in window

Obviously this isn't using JQuery, but I figured I'd put it since it's handy for times when you aren't using any external libraries.

Keyboard shortcut to comment lines in Sublime Text 2

I'd like to add, that on my mac by default block comment toggle shortcut is cmd+alt+/

How to pass in a react component into another react component to transclude the first component's content?

Note I provided a more in-depth answer here

Runtime wrapper:

It's the most idiomatic way.

const Wrapper = ({children}) => (
  <div>
    <div>header</div>
    <div>{children}</div>
    <div>footer</div>
  </div>
);

const App = () => <div>Hello</div>;

const WrappedApp = () => (
  <Wrapper>
    <App/>
  </Wrapper>
);

Note that children is a "special prop" in React, and the example above is syntactic sugar and is (almost) equivalent to <Wrapper children={<App/>}/>


Initialization wrapper / HOC

You can use an Higher Order Component (HOC). They have been added to the official doc recently.

// Signature may look fancy but it's just 
// a function that takes a component and returns a new component
const wrapHOC = (WrappedComponent) => (props) => (
  <div>
    <div>header</div>
    <div><WrappedComponent {...props}/></div>
    <div>footer</div>
  </div>
)

const App = () => <div>Hello</div>;

const WrappedApp = wrapHOC(App);

This can lead to (little) better performances because the wrapper component can short-circuit the rendering one step ahead with shouldComponentUpdate, while in the case of a runtime wrapper, the children prop is likely to always be a different ReactElement and cause re-renders even if your components extend PureComponent.

Notice that connect of Redux used to be a runtime wrapper but was changed to an HOC because it permits to avoid useless re-renders if you use the pure option (which is true by default)

You should never call an HOC during the render phase because creating React components can be expensive. You should rather call these wrappers at initialization.


Note that when using functional components like above, the HOC version do not provide any useful optimisation because stateless functional components do not implement shouldComponentUpdate

More explanations here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/31564812/82609

Integer.toString(int i) vs String.valueOf(int i)

One huge difference is that if you invoke toString() in a null object you'll get a NullPointerException whereas, using String.valueOf() you may not check for null.

How to change date format (MM/DD/YY) to (YYYY-MM-DD) in date picker

this worked for me.

    $('#thedate').datepicker({
    dateFormat: 'dd-mm-yy',
    altField: '#thealtdate',
    altFormat: 'yy-mm-dd'
});

Checking if a collection is empty in Java: which is the best method?

You should absolutely use isEmpty(). Computing the size() of an arbitrary list could be expensive. Even validating whether it has any elements can be expensive, of course, but there's no optimization for size() which can't also make isEmpty() faster, whereas the reverse is not the case.

For example, suppose you had a linked list structure which didn't cache the size (whereas LinkedList<E> does). Then size() would become an O(N) operation, whereas isEmpty() would still be O(1).

Additionally of course, using isEmpty() states what you're actually interested in more clearly.