Programs & Examples On #Geoip

GeoIP is the process of analyzing an IP address and determining the geographical location of that end point.

Getting the location from an IP address

You can also use "smart-ip" service:

$.getJSON("http://smart-ip.net/geoip-json?callback=?",
    function (data) {
        alert(data.countryName);
        alert(data.city);
    }
);

Get Country of IP Address with PHP

I run the service at IPLocate.io, which you can hook into for free with one easy call:

<?php
$res = file_get_contents('https://www.iplocate.io/api/lookup/8.8.8.8');
$res = json_decode($res);

echo $res->country; // United States
echo $res->continent; // North America
echo $res->latitude; // 37.751
echo $res->longitude; // -97.822

var_dump($res);

The $res object will contain your geolocation fields like country, city, etc.

Check out the docs for more information.

Why doesn't Dijkstra's algorithm work for negative weight edges?

Recall that in Dijkstra's algorithm, once a vertex is marked as "closed" (and out of the open set) - the algorithm found the shortest path to it, and will never have to develop this node again - it assumes the path developed to this path is the shortest.

But with negative weights - it might not be true. For example:

       A
      / \
     /   \
    /     \
   5       2
  /         \
  B--(-10)-->C

V={A,B,C} ; E = {(A,C,2), (A,B,5), (B,C,-10)}

Dijkstra from A will first develop C, and will later fail to find A->B->C


EDIT a bit deeper explanation:

Note that this is important, because in each relaxation step, the algorithm assumes the "cost" to the "closed" nodes is indeed minimal, and thus the node that will next be selected is also minimal.

The idea of it is: If we have a vertex in open such that its cost is minimal - by adding any positive number to any vertex - the minimality will never change.
Without the constraint on positive numbers - the above assumption is not true.

Since we do "know" each vertex which was "closed" is minimal - we can safely do the relaxation step - without "looking back". If we do need to "look back" - Bellman-Ford offers a recursive-like (DP) solution of doing so.

How to choose an AES encryption mode (CBC ECB CTR OCB CFB)?

I know one aspect: Although CBC gives better security by changing the IV for each block, it's not applicable to randomly accessed encrypted content (like an encrypted hard disk).

So, use CBC (and the other sequential modes) for sequential streams and ECB for random access.

Private vs Protected - Visibility Good-Practice Concern

Let me preface this by saying I'm talking primarily about method access here, and to a slightly lesser extent, marking classes final, not member access.

The old wisdom

"mark it private unless you have a good reason not to"

made sense in days when it was written, before open source dominated the developer library space and VCS/dependency mgmt. became hyper collaborative thanks to Github, Maven, etc. Back then there was also money to be made by constraining the way(s) in which a library could be utilized. I spent probably the first 8 or 9 years of my career strictly adhering to this "best practice".

Today, I believe it to be bad advice. Sometimes there's a reasonable argument to mark a method private, or a class final but it's exceedingly rare, and even then it's probably not improving anything.

Have you ever:

  • Been disappointed, surprised or hurt by a library etc. that had a bug that could have been fixed with inheritance and few lines of code, but due to private / final methods and classes were forced to wait for an official patch that might never come? I have.
  • Wanted to use a library for a slightly different use case than was imagined by the authors but were unable to do so because of private / final methods and classes? I have.
  • Been disappointed, surprised or hurt by a library etc. that was overly permissive in it's extensibility? I have not.

These are the three biggest rationalizations I've heard for marking methods private by default:

Rationalization #1: It's unsafe and there's no reason to override a specific method

I can't count the number of times I've been wrong about whether or not there will ever be a need to override a specific method I've written. Having worked on several popular open source libs, I learned the hard way the true cost of marking things private. It often eliminates the only practical solution to unforseen problems or use cases. Conversely, I've never in 16+ years of professional development regretted marking a method protected instead of private for reasons related to API safety. When a developer chooses to extend a class and override a method, they are consciously saying "I know what I'm doing." and for the sake of productivity that should be enough. period. If it's dangerous, note it in the class/method Javadocs, don't just blindly slam the door shut.

Marking methods protected by default is a mitigation for one of the major issues in modern SW development: failure of imagination.

Rationalization #2: It keeps the public API / Javadocs clean

This one is more reasonable, and depending on the target audience it might even be the right thing to do, but it's worth considering what the cost of keeping the API "clean" actually is: extensibility. For the reasons mentioned above, it probably makes more sense to mark things protected by default just in case.

Rationalization #3: My software is commercial and I need to restrict it's use.

This is reasonable too, but as a consumer I'd go with the less restrictive competitor (assuming no significant quality differences exist) every time.

Never say never

I'm not saying never mark methods private. I'm saying the better rule of thumb is to "make methods protected unless there's a good reason not to".

This advice is best suited for those working on libraries or larger scale projects that have been broken into modules. For smaller or more monolithic projects it doesn't tend to matter as much since you control all the code anyway and it's easy to change the access level of your code if/when you need it. Even then though, I'd still give the same advice :-)

CryptographicException 'Keyset does not exist', but only through WCF

This issue is got resolved after adding network service role.

CERTIFICATE ISSUES 
Error :Keyset does not exist means System might not have access to private key
Error :Enveloped data … 
Step 1:Install certificate in local machine not in current user store
Step 2:Run certificate manager
Step 3:Find your certificate in the local machine tab and right click manage privatekey and check in allowed personnel following have been added:
a>Administrators
b>yourself
c>'Network service'
And then provide respective permissions.

## You need to add 'Network Service' and then it will start working.

How to open select file dialog via js?

First Declare a variable to store filenames (to use them later):

var myfiles = [];

Open File Dialog

$('#browseBtn').click(function() {
    $('<input type="file" multiple>').on('change', function () {
        myfiles = this.files; //save selected files to the array
        console.log(myfiles); //show them on console
    }).click();
});

i'm posting it, so it may help someone because there are no clear instructions on the internet to how to store filenames into an array!

Ignore parent padding

Kinda late.But it just takes a bit of math.

.content {
  margin-top: 50px;
  background: #777;
  padding: 30px;
  padding-bottom: 0;
  font-size: 11px;
  border: 1px dotted #222;
}

.bottom-content {
  background: #999;
  width: 100%; /* you need this for it to work */
  margin-left: -30px; /* will touch very left side */
  padding-right: 60px; /* will touch very right side */
}

<div class='content'>

  <p>A paragraph</p>
  <p>Another paragraph.</p>
  <p>No more content</p>


  <div class='bottom-content'>
      I want this div to ignore padding.
  </div>

I don't have Windows so I didn't test this in IE.

fiddle: fiddle example..

How to programmatically log out from Facebook SDK 3.0 without using Facebook login/logout button?

Update for latest SDK:

Now @zeuter's answer is correct for Facebook SDK v4.7+:

LoginManager.getInstance().logOut();

Original answer:

Please do not use SessionTracker. It is an internal (package private) class, and is not meant to be consumed as part of the public API. As such, its API may change at any time without any backwards compatibility guarantees. You should be able to get rid of all instances of SessionTracker in your code, and just use the active session instead.

To answer your question, if you don't want to keep any session data, simply call closeAndClearTokenInformation when your app closes.

Is it possible to assign a base class object to a derived class reference with an explicit typecast?

No it is not possible, hence your runtime error.

But you can assign an instance of a derived class to a variable of base class type.

What is referencedColumnName used for in JPA?

It is there to specify another column as the default id column of the other table, e.g. consider the following

TableA
  id int identity
  tableb_key varchar


TableB
  id int identity
  key varchar unique

// in class for TableA
@JoinColumn(name="tableb_key", referencedColumnName="key")

Checking session if empty or not

You need to check that Session["emp_num"] is not null before trying to convert it to a string otherwise you will get a null reference exception.

I'd go with your first example - but you could make it slightly more "elegant".

There are a couple of ways, but the ones that springs to mind are:

if (Session["emp_num"] is string)
{
}

or

if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Session["emp_num"] as string))
{
}

This will return null if the variable doesn't exist or isn't a string.

How to enable loglevel debug on Apache2 server

Do note that on newer Apache versions the RewriteLog and RewriteLogLevel have been removed, and in fact will now trigger an error when trying to start Apache (at least on my XAMPP installation with Apache 2.4.2):

AH00526: Syntax error on line xx of path/to/config/file.conf: Invalid command 'RewriteLog', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration`

Instead, you're now supposed to use the general LogLevel directive, with a level of trace1 up to trace8. 'debug' didn't display any rewrite messages in the log for me.

Example: LogLevel warn rewrite:trace3

For the official documentation, see here.

Of course this also means that now your rewrite logs will be written in the general error log file and you'll have to sort them out yourself.

How to change line width in IntelliJ (from 120 character)

You can alter the "Right margin" attribute in the preferences, which can be found via

File | Settings | Project Settings | Code Style - General

Right Margin (columns) In this text box, specify the number of columns to be used to display pages in the editor.

Source: Jetbrains

How to get value by class name in JavaScript or jquery?

Without jQuery:

textContent:

var text = document.querySelector('.someClassname').textContent;

Markup:

var text = document.querySelector('.someClassname').innerHTML;

Markup including the matched element:

var text = document.querySelector('.someClassname').outerHTML;

though outerHTML may not be supported by all browsers of interest and document.querySelector requires IE 8 or higher.

CSS: Set a background color which is 50% of the width of the window

The most bullet-proof and semantically correct option would be to use fixed-positioned pseudo-element (::after or ::before). Using this technique do not forget to set z-index to elements inside the container. Also mind, that content:"" rule for pseudo-element is needed, otherwise it won't get rendered.

#container {...}

#content::before {
    content:"";
    background-color: #999;
    height: 100%;
    left: 0px;
    position: fixed;
    top: 0px;    
    width: 50%; 
    z-index: 1;
}


#content * {
  position: relative;
  z-index:2;
}

Live example: https://jsfiddle.net/xraymutation/pwz7t6we/16/

Should I use JSLint or JSHint JavaScript validation?

I'd make a third suggestion, Google Closure Compiler (and also the Closure Linter). You can try it out online here.

The Closure Compiler is a tool for making JavaScript download and run faster. It is a true compiler for JavaScript. Instead of compiling from a source language to machine code, it compiles from JavaScript to better JavaScript. It parses your JavaScript, analyzes it, removes dead code and rewrites and minimizes what's left. It also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls.

Vertically and horizontally centering text in circle in CSS (like iphone notification badge)

Horizontal centering is easy: text-align: center;. Vertical centering of text inside an element can be done by setting line-height equal to the container height, but this has subtle differences between browsers. On small elements, like a notification badge, these are more pronounced.

Better is to set line-height equal to font-size (or slightly smaller) and use padding. You'll have to adjust your height to accomodate.

Here's a CSS-only, single <div> solution that looks pretty iPhone-like. They expand with content.

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/ThinkingStiff/mLW47/

Output:

enter image description here

CSS:

.badge {
    background: radial-gradient( 5px -9px, circle, white 8%, red 26px );
    background-color: red;
    border: 2px solid white;
    border-radius: 12px; /* one half of ( (border * 2) + height + padding ) */
    box-shadow: 1px 1px 1px black;
    color: white;
    font: bold 15px/13px Helvetica, Verdana, Tahoma;
    height: 16px; 
    min-width: 14px;
    padding: 4px 3px 0 3px;
    text-align: center;
}

HTML:

<div class="badge">1</div>
<div class="badge">2</div>
<div class="badge">3</div>
<div class="badge">44</div>
<div class="badge">55</div>
<div class="badge">666</div>
<div class="badge">777</div>
<div class="badge">8888</div>
<div class="badge">9999</div>

SQLPLUS error:ORA-12504: TNS:listener was not given the SERVICE_NAME in CONNECT_DATA

Just a small observation: you keep mentioning conn usr\pass, and this is a typo, right? Cos it should be conn usr/pass. Or is it different on a Unix based OS?

Furthermore, just to be sure: if you use tnsnames, your login string will look different from when you use the login method you started this topic out with.

tnsnames.ora should be in $ORACLE_HOME$\network\admin. That is the Oracle home on the machine from which you are trying to connect, so in your case your PC. If you have multiple oracle_homes and wish to use only one tnsnames.ora, you can set environment variable tns_admin (e.g. set TNS_ADMIN=c:\oracle\tns), and place tnsnames.ora in that directory.

Your original method of logging on (usr/[email protected]:port/servicename) should always work. So far I think you have all the info, except for the port number, which I am sure your DBA will be able to give you. If this method still doesn't work, either the server's IP address is not available from your client, or it is a firewall issue (blocking a certain port), or something else not (directly) related to Oracle or SQL*Plus.

hth! Regards, Remco

Git: How to find a deleted file in the project commit history?

@Amber gave correct answer! Just one more addition, if you do not know the exact path of the file you can use wildcards! This worked for me.

git log --all -- **/thefile.*

HashSet vs. List performance

The answer, as always, is "It depends". I assume from the tags you're talking about C#.

Your best bet is to determine

  1. A Set of data
  2. Usage requirements

and write some test cases.

It also depends on how you sort the list (if it's sorted at all), what kind of comparisons need to be made, how long the "Compare" operation takes for the particular object in the list, or even how you intend to use the collection.

Generally, the best one to choose isn't so much based on the size of data you're working with, but rather how you intend to access it. Do you have each piece of data associated with a particular string, or other data? A hash based collection would probably be best. Is the order of the data you're storing important, or are you going to need to access all of the data at the same time? A regular list may be better then.

Additional:

Of course, my above comments assume 'performance' means data access. Something else to consider: what are you looking for when you say "performance"? Is performance individual value look up? Is it management of large (10000, 100000 or more) value sets? Is it the performance of filling the data structure with data? Removing data? Accessing individual bits of data? Replacing values? Iterating over the values? Memory usage? Data copying speed? For example, If you access data by a string value, but your main performance requirement is minimal memory usage, you might have conflicting design issues.

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

request.args is a MultiDict with the parsed contents of the query string. From the documentation of get method:

get(key, default=None, type=None)

Return the default value if the requested data doesn’t exist. If type is provided and is a callable it should convert the value, return it or raise a ValueError if that is not possible.

Grunt watch error - Waiting...Fatal error: watch ENOSPC

To find out who's making inotify instances, try this command (source):

for foo in /proc/*/fd/*; do readlink -f $foo; done | grep inotify | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr

Mine looked like this:

 25 /proc/2857/fd/anon_inode:inotify
  9 /proc/2880/fd/anon_inode:inotify
  4 /proc/1375/fd/anon_inode:inotify
  3 /proc/1851/fd/anon_inode:inotify
  2 /proc/2611/fd/anon_inode:inotify
  2 /proc/2414/fd/anon_inode:inotify
  1 /proc/2992/fd/anon_inode:inotify

Using ps -p 2857, I was able to identify process 2857 as sublime_text. Only after closing all sublime windows was I able to run my node script.

Exception from HRESULT: 0x800A03EC Error

I was getting the same error but it's sorted now. In my case, I had columns with the heading "Key1", "Key2", and "Key3". I have changed the column names to something else and it's sorted.

It seems that these are reserved keywords.

Regards, Mahesh

How to overcome "'aclocal-1.15' is missing on your system" warning?

The whole point of Autotools is to provide an arcane M4-macro-based language which ultimately compiles to a shell script called ./configure. You can ship this compiled shell script with the source code and that script should do everything to detect the environment and prepare the program for building. Autotools should only be required by someone who wants to tweak the tests and refresh that shell script.

It defeats the point of Autotools if GNU This and GNU That has to be installed on the system for it to work. Originally, it was invented to simplify the porting of programs to various Unix systems, which could not be counted on to have anything on them. Even the constructs used by the generated shell code in ./configure had to be very carefully selected to make sure they would work on every broken old shell just about everywhere.

The problem you're running into is due to some broken Makefile steps invented by people who simply don't understand what Autotools is for and the role of the final ./configure script.

As a workaround, you can go into the Makefile and make some changes to get this out of the way. As an example, I'm building the Git head of GNU Awk and running into this same problem. I applied this patch to Makefile.in, however, and I can sucessfully make gawk:

diff --git a/Makefile.in b/Makefile.in

index 5585046..b8b8588 100644
--- a/Makefile.in
+++ b/Makefile.in
@@ -312,12 +312,12 @@ distcleancheck_listfiles = find . -type f -print

 # Directory for gawk's data files. Automake supplies datadir.
 pkgdatadir = $(datadir)/awk
-ACLOCAL = @ACLOCAL@
+ACLOCAL = true
 AMTAR = @AMTAR@
 AM_DEFAULT_VERBOSITY = @AM_DEFAULT_VERBOSITY@
-AUTOCONF = @AUTOCONF@
-AUTOHEADER = @AUTOHEADER@
-AUTOMAKE = @AUTOMAKE@
+AUTOCONF = true
+AUTOHEADER = true
+AUTOMAKE = true
 AWK = @AWK@
 CC = @CC@
 CCDEPMODE = @CCDEPMODE@

Basically, I changed things so that the harmless true shell command is substituted for all the Auto-stuff programs.

The actual build steps for Gawk don't need the Auto-stuff! It's only involved in some rules that get invoked if parts of the Auto-stuff have changed and need to be re-processed. However, the Makefile is structured in such a way that it fails if the tools aren't present.

Before the above patch:

$ ./configure
[...]
$ make gawk
CDPATH="${ZSH_VERSION+.}:" && cd . && /bin/bash /home/kaz/gawk/missing aclocal-1.15 -I m4
/home/kaz/gawk/missing: line 81: aclocal-1.15: command not found
WARNING: 'aclocal-1.15' is missing on your system.
         You should only need it if you modified 'acinclude.m4' or
         'configure.ac' or m4 files included by 'configure.ac'.
         The 'aclocal' program is part of the GNU Automake package:
         <http://www.gnu.org/software/automake>
         It also requires GNU Autoconf, GNU m4 and Perl in order to run:
         <http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf>
         <http://www.gnu.org/software/m4/>
         <http://www.perl.org/>
make: *** [aclocal.m4] Error 127

After the patch:

$ ./configure
[...]
$ make gawk
CDPATH="${ZSH_VERSION+.}:" && cd . && true -I m4
CDPATH="${ZSH_VERSION+.}:" && cd . && true
gcc -std=gnu99 -DDEFPATH='".:/usr/local/share/awk"' -DDEFLIBPATH="\"/usr/local/lib/gawk\"" -DSHLIBEXT="\"so"\" -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DGAWK -DLOCALEDIR='"/usr/local/share/locale"' -I.     -g -O2 -DNDEBUG -MT array.o -MD -MP -MF .deps/array.Tpo -c -o array.o array.c 
[...]
gcc -std=gnu99  -g -O2 -DNDEBUG  -Wl,-export-dynamic -o gawk array.o awkgram.o builtin.o cint_array.o command.o debug.o dfa.o eval.o ext.o field.o floatcomp.o gawkapi.o gawkmisc.o getopt.o getopt1.o int_array.o io.o main.o mpfr.o msg.o node.o profile.o random.o re.o regex.o replace.o str_array.o symbol.o version.o      -ldl -lm
$ ./gawk --version
GNU Awk 4.1.60, API: 1.2
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991-2015 Free Software Foundation.
[...]

There we go. As you can see, the CDPATH= command lines there are where the Auto-stuff was being invoked, where you see the true commands. These report successful termination, and so it just falls through that junk to do the darned build, which is perfectly configured.

I did make gawk because there are some subdirectories that get built which fail; the trick has to be repeated for their respective Makefiles.

If you're running into this kind of thing with a pristine, official tarball of the program from its developers, then complain. It should just unpack, ./configure and make without you having to patch anything or install any Automake or Autoconf materials.

Ideally, a pull of their Git head should also behave that way.

Can I create view with parameter in MySQL?

CREATE VIEW MyView AS
   SELECT Column, Value FROM Table;


SELECT Column FROM MyView WHERE Value = 1;

Is the proper solution in MySQL, some other SQLs let you define Views more exactly.

Note: Unless the View is very complicated, MySQL will optimize this just fine.

Play sound file in a web-page in the background

<audio controls autoplay loop>
  <source src="path/your_song.mp3" type="audio/ogg">
  <embed src="path/your_song.mp3" autostart="true" loop="true" hidden="true"> 
</audio>

[ps. replace the "path/your_song.mp3" with the folder and the song title eg. "music/samplemusic.mp3" or "media/bgmusic.mp3" etc.

Logging POST data from $request_body

This solution works like a charm (updated in 2017 to honor that log_format needs to be in the http part of the nginx config):

log_format postdata $request_body;

server {
    # (...)

    location = /post.php {
       access_log  /var/log/nginx/postdata.log  postdata;
       fastcgi_pass php_cgi;
    }
}

I think the trick is making nginx believe that you will call a cgi script.

ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code in C

I think you should move the variable declaration to top of block. I.e.

{
    foo();
    int i = 0;
    bar();
}

to

{
    int i = 0;
    foo();
    bar();
}

What is the use of the %n format specifier in C?

I haven't really seen many practical real world uses of the %n specifier, but I remember that it was used in oldschool printf vulnerabilities with a format string attack quite a while back.

Something that went like this

void authorizeUser( char * username, char * password){

    ...code here setting authorized to false...
    printf(username);

    if ( authorized ) {
         giveControl(username);
    }
}

where a malicious user could take advantage of the username parameter getting passed into printf as the format string and use a combination of %d, %c or w/e to go through the call stack and then modify the variable authorized to a true value.

Yeah it's an esoteric use, but always useful to know when writing a daemon to avoid security holes? :D

Git: How to pull a single file from a server repository in Git?

This scenario comes up when you -- or forces greater than you -- have mangled a file in your local repo and you just want to restore a fresh copy of the latest version of it from the repo. Simply deleting the file with /bin/rm (not git rm) or renaming/hiding it and then issuing a git pull will not work: git notices the file's absence and assumes you probably want it gone from the repo (git diff will show all lines deleted from the missing file).

git pull not restoring locally missing files has always frustrated me about git, perhaps since I have been influenced by other version control systems (e.g. svn update which I believe will restore files that have been locally hidden).

git reset --hard HEAD is an alternative way to restore the file of interest as it throws away any uncommitted changes you have. However, as noted here, git reset is is a potentially dangerous command if you have any other uncommitted changes that you care about.

The git fetch ... git checkout strategy noted above by @chrismillah is a nice surgical way to restore the file in question.

How can I set the default value for an HTML <select> element?

You can use:

<option value="someValue" selected>Some Value</option>

instead of,

<option value="someValue" selected = "selected">Some Value</option>

both are equally correct.

How to access pandas groupby dataframe by key

I was looking for a way to sample a few members of the GroupBy obj - had to address the posted question to get this done.

create groupby object based on some_key column

grouped = df.groupby('some_key')

pick N dataframes and grab their indices

sampled_df_i  = random.sample(grouped.indices, N)

grab the groups

df_list  = map(lambda df_i: grouped.get_group(df_i), sampled_df_i)

optionally - turn it all back into a single dataframe object

sampled_df = pd.concat(df_list, axis=0, join='outer')

How do I get column names to print in this C# program?

You can access column name specifically like this too if you don't want to loop through all columns:

table.Columns[1].ColumnName

Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic)

I just experienced a similar message [ mine was "Permission denied (publickey)"] after connecting to a compute engine VM which I just created. After reading this post, I decided to try it again.

That time it worked. So i see 3 possible reasons for it working the second time,

  • connecting the second time resolves the problem (after the ssh key was created the first time), or
  • perhaps trying to connect to a compute engine immediately after it was created could also cause a problem which resolves itself after a while, or
  • merely reading this post resolves the problem

I suspect the last is unlikely :)

OpenVPN failed connection / All TAP-Win32 adapters on this system are currently in use

It seems to me you are using the wrong version...

TAP-Win32 should not be installed on the 64bit version. Download the right one and try again!

How to watch and compile all TypeScript sources?

Technically speaking you have a few options here:

If you are using an IDE like Sublime Text and integrated MSN plugin for Typescript: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/interoperability/archive/2012/10/01/sublime-text-vi-emacs-typescript-enabled.aspx you can create a build system which compile the .ts source to .js automatically. Here is the explanation how you can do it: How to configure a Sublime Build System for TypeScript.

You can define even to compile the source code to destination .js file on file save. There is a sublime package hosted on github: https://github.com/alexnj/SublimeOnSaveBuild which make this happen, only you need to include the ts extension in the SublimeOnSaveBuild.sublime-settings file.

Another possibility would be to compile each file in the command line. You can compile even multiple files at once by separating them with spaces like so: tsc foo.ts bar.ts. Check this thread: How can I pass multiple source files to the TypeScript compiler?, but i think the first option is more handy.

CSS: Creating textured backgrounds

If you search for an image base-64 converter, you can embed some small image texture files as code into your @import url('') section of code. It will look like a lot of code; but at least all your data is now stored locally - rather than having to call a separate resource to load the image.

Example link: http://www.base64-image.de/

When I take a file from my own inventory of a simple icon in PNG format, and convert it to base-64, it looks like this in my CSS:

url('data:image/png;base64,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')

With your texture images, you'll want to employ a similar process.

Difference between MongoDB and Mongoose

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

How do I convert strings between uppercase and lowercase in Java?

Coverting the first letter of word capital

input:

hello world

String A = hello;
String B = world;
System.out.println(A.toUpperCase().charAt(0)+A.substring(1) + " " + B.toUpperCase().charAt(0)+B.substring(1));

Output:

Hello World

How do I refresh the page in ASP.NET? (Let it reload itself by code)

You can use 2 ways for solve this problem: 1) After the head tag

<head> 
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="600">
</head>

2) If your page hasn't head tag you must use Javascript to implement

<script type="text/javascript">
  function RefreshPage()
  {
    window.location.reload()
  }
</script>

My contact:

http://gola.vn

gradlew command not found?

If you are using VS Code with flutter, you should find it in your app folder, under the android folder:

C:\myappFolder\android

You can run this in the terminal:

./gradlew signingReport

C# Creating and using Functions

Just make your Add function static by adding the static keyword like this:

public static int Add(int x, int y)

Is floating point math broken?

Decimal numbers such as 0.1, 0.2, and 0.3 are not represented exactly in binary encoded floating point types. The sum of the approximations for 0.1 and 0.2 differs from the approximation used for 0.3, hence the falsehood of 0.1 + 0.2 == 0.3 as can be seen more clearly here:

#include <stdio.h>

int main() {
    printf("0.1 + 0.2 == 0.3 is %s\n", 0.1 + 0.2 == 0.3 ? "true" : "false");
    printf("0.1 is %.23f\n", 0.1);
    printf("0.2 is %.23f\n", 0.2);
    printf("0.1 + 0.2 is %.23f\n", 0.1 + 0.2);
    printf("0.3 is %.23f\n", 0.3);
    printf("0.3 - (0.1 + 0.2) is %g\n", 0.3 - (0.1 + 0.2));
    return 0;
}

Output:

0.1 + 0.2 == 0.3 is false
0.1 is 0.10000000000000000555112
0.2 is 0.20000000000000001110223
0.1 + 0.2 is 0.30000000000000004440892
0.3 is 0.29999999999999998889777
0.3 - (0.1 + 0.2) is -5.55112e-17

For these computations to be evaluated more reliably, you would need to use a decimal-based representation for floating point values. The C Standard does not specify such types by default but as an extension described in a technical Report.

The _Decimal32, _Decimal64 and _Decimal128 types might be available on your system (for example, GCC supports them on selected targets, but Clang does not support them on OS X).

Get The Current Domain Name With Javascript (Not the path, etc.)

I'm new to JavaScript, but cant you just use: document.domain ?

Example:

<p id="ourdomain"></p>

<script>
var domainstring = document.domain;
document.getElementById("ourdomain").innerHTML = (domainstring);
</script>

Output:

domain.com

or

www.domain.com

Depending on what you use on your website.

Getting time span between two times in C#?

You could use the TimeSpan constructor which takes a long for Ticks:

 TimeSpan duration = new TimeSpan(endtime.Ticks - startTime.Ticks);

Change value of input onchange?

You can't access your fieldname as a global variable. Use document.getElementById:

function updateInput(ish){
    document.getElementById("fieldname").value = ish;
}

and

onchange="updateInput(this.value)"

Using jQuery to center a DIV on the screen

You can use CSS alone to center like so:

Working Example

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.center{_x000D_
    position: absolute;_x000D_
    height: 50px;_x000D_
    width: 50px;_x000D_
    background:red;_x000D_
    top:calc(50% - 50px/2); /* height divided by 2*/_x000D_
    left:calc(50% - 50px/2); /* width divided by 2*/_x000D_
}
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<div class="center"></div>
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calc() allows you to do basic calculations in css.

MDN Documentation for calc()
Browser support table

Your configuration specifies to merge with the <branch name> from the remote, but no such ref was fetched.?

This can also happen if you/someone renamed the branch. So follow these steps (if you know that branch name is renamed) Assuming earlier branch name as wrong-branch-name and someone renamed it to correct-branch-name So.

git checkout correct-branch-name

git pull (you'll see this "Your configuration specifies..")

git branch --unset-upstream

git push --set-upstream origin correct-branch-name

git pull (you'll not get the earlier message )

"The system cannot find the file specified"

I had the same problem - for me it was the SQL Server running out of memory. Freeing up some memory solved the issue

Insert a row to pandas dataframe

Just assign row to a particular index, using loc:

 df.loc[-1] = [2, 3, 4]  # adding a row
 df.index = df.index + 1  # shifting index
 df = df.sort_index()  # sorting by index

And you get, as desired:

    A  B  C
 0  2  3  4
 1  5  6  7
 2  7  8  9

See in Pandas documentation Indexing: Setting with enlargement.

JQuery: detect change in input field

You can use jQuery change() function

$('input').change(function(){
  //your codes
});

There are examples on how to use it on the API Page: http://api.jquery.com/change/

Can I set text box to readonly when using Html.TextBoxFor?

<%= Html.TextBoxFor(m => Model.Events.Subscribed[i].Action, new {readonly=true})%>

PHP-FPM doesn't write to error log

I'd like to add another tip to the existing answers because they did not solve my problem.

Watch out for the following nginx directive in your php location block:

fastcgi_intercept_errors on;

Removing this line has brought an end to many hours of struggling and pulling hair.

It could be hidden in some included conf directory like /etc/nginx/default.d/php.conf in my fedora.

Tomcat view catalina.out log file

I have used this command to check the logs and 10000 is used to show the number of lines

sudo tail  -10000f catalina.out

Eclipse: The declared package does not match the expected package

I just ran into this problem, and since Mr. Skeet's solution did not work for me, I'll share how I solved this problem.

It turns out that I opened the java file under the 'src' before declaring it a source directory.

After right clicking on the 'src' directory in eclipse, selecting 'build path', and then 'Use as Source Folder'

Close and reopen the already opened java file (F5 refreshing it did not work).

Provided the path to the java file from "prefix1" onwards lines up with the package in the file (example from the requester's question prefix1.prefix.packagename2). This should work

Eclipse should no longer complain about 'src.'

Android Studio suddenly cannot resolve symbols

I tried cleaning the project and then invalidating the cache, neither of which worked. What worked for me was to comment out all my dependencies in build.gradle (app), then sync, then uncomment the dependencies again, then sync again. Bob's your uncle.

dismissModalViewControllerAnimated deprecated

Here is the corresponding presentViewController version that I used if it helps other newbies like myself:

if ([self respondsToSelector:@selector(presentModalViewController:animated:)]) {
    [self performSelector:@selector(presentModalViewController:animated:) withObject:testView afterDelay:0];
} else {
    [self presentViewController:configView animated:YES completion:nil];
}
[testView.testFrame setImage:info]; //this doesn't work for performSelector
[testView.testText setHidden:YES];

I had used a ViewController 'generically' and was able to get the modal View to appear differently depending what it was called to do (using setHidden and setImage). and things were working nicely before, but performSelector ignores 'set' stuff, so in the end it seems to be a poor solution if you try to be efficient like I tried to be...

Write a file on iOS

Your code is working at my end, i have just tested it. Where are you checking your changes? Use Documents directory path. To get path -

NSLog(@"%@",documentsDirectory);

and copy path from console and then open finder and press Cmd+shift+g and paste path here and then open your file

Why doesn't C++ have a garbage collector?

When we compare C++ with Java, we see that C++ was not designed with implicit Garbage Collection in mind, while Java was.

Having things like arbitrary pointers in C-Style is not only bad for GC-implementations, but it would also destroy backward compatibility for a large amount of C++-legacy-code.

In addition to that, C++ is a language that is intended to run as standalone executable instead of having a complex run-time environment.

All in all: Yes it might be possible to add Garbage Collection to C++, but for the sake of continuity it is better not to do so.

How to install the JDK on Ubuntu Linux

You can use SDKMan,

curl -s "https://get.sdkman.io" | bash
source "~/.sdkman/bin/sdkman-init.sh"
sdk install java

How to print a date in a regular format?

For those wanting locale-based date and not including time, use:

>>> some_date.strftime('%x')
07/11/2019

How to get the <td> in HTML tables to fit content, and let a specific <td> fill in the rest

Define width of .absorbing-column

Set table-layout to auto and define an extreme width on .absorbing-column.

Here I have set the width to 100% because it ensures that this column will take the maximum amount of space allowed, while the columns with no defined width will reduce to fit their content and no further.

This is one of the quirky benefits of how tables behave. The table-layout: auto algorithm is mathematically forgiving.

You may even choose to define a min-width on all td elements to prevent them from becoming too narrow and the table will behave nicely.

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table {_x000D_
    table-layout: auto;_x000D_
    border-collapse: collapse;_x000D_
    width: 100%;_x000D_
}_x000D_
table td {_x000D_
    border: 1px solid #ccc;_x000D_
}_x000D_
table .absorbing-column {_x000D_
    width: 100%;_x000D_
}
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<table>_x000D_
  <thead>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <th>Column A</th>_x000D_
      <th>Column B</th>_x000D_
      <th>Column C</th>_x000D_
      <th class="absorbing-column">Column D</th>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
  </thead>_x000D_
  <tbody>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <td>Data A.1 lorem</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data B.1 ip</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data C.1 sum l</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data D.1</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <td>Data A.2 ipsum</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data B.2 lorem</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data C.2 some data</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data D.2 a long line of text that is long</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
    <tr>_x000D_
      <td>Data A.3</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data B.3</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data C.3</td>_x000D_
      <td>Data D.3</td>_x000D_
    </tr>_x000D_
  </tbody>_x000D_
</table>
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Mac install and open mysql using terminal

(Updated for 2017)

When you installed MySQL it generated a password for the root user. You can connect using

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql -u root -p

and type in the generated password.

Previously, the root user in MySQL used to not have a password and could only connect from localhost. So you would connect using

/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql -u root

Check a radio button with javascript

Easiest way would probably be with jQuery, as follows:

$(document).ready(function(){
  $("#_1234").attr("checked","checked");
})

This adds a new attribute "checked" (which in HTML does not need a value). Just remember to include the jQuery library:

<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script>

How to put a jar in classpath in Eclipse?

In your Android Developer Tools , From the SDK Manager, install Extras > Google Cloud Messaging for Android Library . After the installation is complete restart your SDK.Then navigate to sdk\extras\google\gcm\gcm-client\dist . there will be your gcm.jar file.

Error handling in Bash

An equivalent alternative to "set -e" is

set -o errexit

It makes the meaning of the flag somewhat clearer than just "-e".

Random addition: to temporarily disable the flag, and return to the default (of continuing execution regardless of exit codes), just use

set +e
echo "commands run here returning non-zero exit codes will not cause the entire script to fail"
echo "false returns 1 as an exit code"
false
set -e

This precludes proper error handling mentioned in other responses, but is quick & effective (just like bash).

mysql query result in php variable

Of course there is. Check out mysql_query, and mysql_fetch_row if you use MySQL.
Example from PHP manual:

<?php
$result = mysql_query("SELECT id,email FROM people WHERE id = '42'");
if (!$result) {
    echo 'Could not run query: ' . mysql_error();
    exit;
}
$row = mysql_fetch_row($result);

echo $row[0]; // 42
echo $row[1]; // the email value
?>

send mail to multiple receiver with HTML mailto

"There are no safe means of assigning multiple recipients to a single mailto: link via HTML. There are safe, non-HTML, ways of assigning multiple recipients from a mailto: link."

http://www.sightspecific.com/~mosh/www_faq/multrec.html

For a quick fix to your problem, change your ; to a comma , and eliminate the spaces between email addresses

<a href='mailto:[email protected],[email protected]'>Email Us</a>

Understanding Matlab FFT example

There are some misconceptions here.

Frequencies above 500 can be represented in an FFT result of length 1000. Unfortunately these frequencies are all folded together and mixed into the first 500 FFT result bins. So normally you don't want to feed an FFT a signal containing any frequencies at or above half the sampling rate, as the FFT won't care and will just mix the high frequencies together with the low ones (aliasing) making the result pretty much useless. That's why data should be low-pass filtered before being sampled and fed to an FFT.

The FFT returns amplitudes without frequencies because the frequencies depend, not just on the length of the FFT, but also on the sample rate of the data, which isn't part of the FFT itself or it's input. You can feed the same length FFT data at any sample rate, as thus get any range of frequencies out of it.

The reason the result plots ends at 500 is that, for any real data input, the frequencies above half the length of the FFT are just mirrored repeats (complex conjugated) of the data in the first half. Since they are duplicates, most people just ignore them. Why plot duplicates? The FFT calculates the other half of the result for people who feed the FFT complex data (with both real and imaginary components), which does create two different halves.

What does it mean when the size of a VARCHAR2 in Oracle is declared as 1 byte?

it means ONLY one byte will be allocated per character - so if you're using multi-byte charsets, your 1 character won't fit

if you know you have to have at least room enough for 1 character, don't use the BYTE syntax unless you know exactly how much room you'll need to store that byte

when in doubt, use VARCHAR2(1 CHAR)

same thing answered here Difference between BYTE and CHAR in column datatypes

Also, in 12c the max for varchar2 is now 32k, not 4000. If you need more than that, use CLOB

in Oracle, don't use VARCHAR

copy all files and folders from one drive to another drive using DOS (command prompt)

xcopy "C:\SomeFolderName" "D:\SomeFolderName" /h /i /c /k /e /r /y

Use the above command. It will definitely work.

In this command data will be copied from c:\ to D:\, even folders and system files as well. Here's what the flags do:

  • /h copies hidden and system files also
  • /i if destination does not exist and copying more than one file, assume that destination must be a directory
  • /c continue copying even if error occurs
  • /k copies attributes
  • /e copies directories and subdirectories, including empty ones
  • /r overwrites read-only files
  • /y suppress prompting to confirm whether you want to overwrite a file

php codeigniter count rows

Try This :) I created my on model of count all results

in library_model

function count_all_results($column_name = array(),$where=array(), $table_name = array())
{
        $this->db->select($column_name);
        // If Where is not NULL
        if(!empty($where) && count($where) > 0 )
        {
            $this->db->where($where);
        }
        // Return Count Column
        return $this->db->count_all_results($table_name[0]);//table_name array sub 0
}

Your Controller will look like this

public function my_method()
{
  $data = array(
     $countall = $this->model->your_method_model()
  );
   $this->load->view('page',$data);
}

Then Simple Call The Library Model In Your Model

function your_method_model()
{
        return $this->library_model->count_all_results(
               ['id'],
               ['where],
               ['table name']
           );
}

JavaScript Form Submit - Confirm or Cancel Submission Dialog Box

OK, just change your code to something like this:

<script>
function submit() {
   return confirm('Do you really want to submit the form?');
}
</script>

<form onsubmit="return submit(this);">
   <input type="image" src="xxx" border="0" name="submit" onclick="show_alert();"
      alt="PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!" value="Submit">
</form>

Also this is the code in run, just I make it easier to see how it works, just run the code below to see the result:

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function submitForm() {_x000D_
  return confirm('Do you really want to submit the form?');_x000D_
}
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<form onsubmit="return submitForm(this);">_x000D_
  <input type="text" border="0" name="submit" />_x000D_
  <button value="submit">submit</button>_x000D_
</form>
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Java 8 Stream and operation on arrays

There are new methods added to java.util.Arrays to convert an array into a Java 8 stream which can then be used for summing etc.

int sum =  Arrays.stream(myIntArray)
                 .sum();

Multiplying two arrays is a little more difficult because I can't think of a way to get the value AND the index at the same time as a Stream operation. This means you probably have to stream over the indexes of the array.

//in this example a[] and b[] are same length
int[] a = ...
int[] b = ...

int[] result = new int[a.length];

IntStream.range(0, a.length)
         .forEach(i -> result[i] = a[i] * b[i]);

EDIT

Commenter @Holger points out you can use the map method instead of forEach like this:

int[] result = IntStream.range(0, a.length).map(i -> a[i] * b[i]).toArray();

Find the unique values in a column and then sort them

Another way is using set data type.

Some characteristic of Sets: Sets are unordered, can include mixed data types, elements in a set cannot be repeated, are mutable.

Solving your question:

df = pd.DataFrame({'A':[1,1,3,2,6,2,8]})
sorted(set(df.A))

The answer in List type:

[1, 2, 3, 6, 8]

Table fixed header and scrollable body

Don't need the wrap it in a div...

CSS:

tr {
width: 100%;
display: inline-table;
table-layout: fixed;
}

table{
 height:300px;              // <-- Select the height of the table
 display: -moz-groupbox;    // Firefox Bad Effect
}
tbody{
  overflow-y: scroll;      
  height: 200px;            //  <-- Select the height of the body
  width: 100%;
  position: absolute;
}

Bootply : http://www.bootply.com/AgI8LpDugl

Declare multiple module.exports in Node.js

There are multiple ways to do this, one way is mentioned below. Just assume you have .js file like this.

let add = function (a, b) {
   console.log(a + b);
};

let sub = function (a, b) {
   console.log(a - b);
};

You can export these functions using the following code snippet,

 module.exports.add = add;
 module.exports.sub = sub;

And you can use the exported functions using this code snippet,

var add = require('./counter').add;
var sub = require('./counter').sub;

add(1,2);
sub(1,2);

I know this is a late reply, but hope this helps!

How To Add An "a href" Link To A "div"?

try to implement with javascript this:

<div id="mydiv" onclick="myhref('http://web.com');" >some stuff </div>
<script type="text/javascript">
    function myhref(web){
      window.location.href = web;}
</script>

Git add all subdirectories

You can also face problems if a subdirectory itself is a git repository - ie .has a .git directory - check with ls -a.

To remove go to the subdirectory and rm .git -rf.

HTML Entity Decode

Here's a quick method that doesn't require creating a div, and decodes the "most common" HTML escaped chars:

function decodeHTMLEntities(text) {
    var entities = [
        ['amp', '&'],
        ['apos', '\''],
        ['#x27', '\''],
        ['#x2F', '/'],
        ['#39', '\''],
        ['#47', '/'],
        ['lt', '<'],
        ['gt', '>'],
        ['nbsp', ' '],
        ['quot', '"']
    ];

    for (var i = 0, max = entities.length; i < max; ++i) 
        text = text.replace(new RegExp('&'+entities[i][0]+';', 'g'), entities[i][1]);

    return text;
}

What is the Difference Between Mercurial and Git?

One thing to notice between mercurial of bitbucket.org and git of github is, mercurial can have as many private repositories as you want, but github you have to upgrade to a paid account. So, that's why I go for bitbucket which uses mercurial.

How to make a pure css based dropdown menu?

View code online on: WebCrafts.org

HTML code:

<body id="body">
<div id="navigation">
    <h2>
        Pure CSS Drop-down Menu
    </h2>
  <div id="nav" class="nav">
    <ul>
        <li><a href="#">Menu1</a></li>
        <li>
            <a href="#">Menu2</a>
          <ul>
                <li><a href="#">Sub-Menu1</a></li>
                <li>
                    <a href="#">Sub-Menu2</a>
                  <ul>
                        <li><a href="#">Demo1</a></li>
                      <li><a href="#">Demo2</a></li>
                    </ul>
                </li>
                <li><a href="#">Sub-Menu3</a></li>
                <li><a href="#">Sub-Menu4</a></li>
            </ul>
        </li>
        <li><a href="#">Menu3</a></li>
        <li><a href="#">Menu4</a></li>
    </ul>
  </div>
</div>
</body>

Css code:

body{
    background-color:#111;
}

#navigation{
    text-align:center;
}
#navigation h2{
    color:#DDD;
}

.nav{
    display:inline-block;
    z-index:5;
    font-weight:bold;
}
.nav ul{
    width:auto;
    list-style:none;
}

.nav ul li{
    display:inline-block;
}

.nav ul li a{
    text-decoration:none;
    text-align:center;
    color:#222;
    display:block;
    width:120px;
    line-height:30px;
    background-color:gray;
}

.nav ul li a:hover{
    background-color:#EEC;   
}
.nav ul li ul{
    margin-top:0px;
    padding-left:0px;
    position:absolute;
    display:none;
}

.nav ul li:hover ul{
    display:block;
}

.nav ul li ul li{
    display:block;
}

.nav ul li ul li ul{
    margin-left:100%;
    margin-top:-30px;
    visibility:hidden;
}

.nav ul li ul li:hover ul{
    margin-left:100%;
    visibility:visible;
}

How to set the JDK Netbeans runs on?

It does not exactly answer your question, but to get around the problem,

  1. you can either create a .cmd file with following content:

    start netbeans --jdkhome c:\path\to\jdk

  2. or in the shortcut of Netbeans set the above option.

PHP Convert String into Float/Double

Surprisingly there is no accepted answer. The issue only exists in 32-bit PHP.

From the documentation,

If the string does not contain any of the characters '.', 'e', or 'E' and the numeric value fits into integer type limits (as defined by PHP_INT_MAX), the string will be evaluated as an integer. In all other cases it will be evaluated as a float.

In other words, the $string is first interpreted as INT, which cause overflow (The $string value 2968789218 exceeds the maximum value (PHP_INT_MAX) of 32-bit PHP, which is 2147483647.), then evaluated to float by (float) or floatval().

Thus, the solution is:

$string = "2968789218";
echo 'Original: ' . floatval($string) . PHP_EOL;
$string.= ".0";
$float = floatval($string);
echo 'Corrected: ' . $float . PHP_EOL;

which outputs:

Original: 2.00
Corrected: 2968789218

To check whether your PHP is 32-bit or 64-bit, you can:

echo PHP_INT_MAX;

If your PHP is 64-bit, it will print out 9223372036854775807, otherwise it will print out 2147483647.

Simple way to repeat a string

repeated = str + str + str;

Sometimes simple is best. Everyone reading the code can see what's happening.

And the compiler will do the fancy stuff with StringBuilder behind the scenes for you.

Force add despite the .gitignore file

See man git-add:

   -f, --force
       Allow adding otherwise ignored files.

So run this

git add --force my/ignore/file.foo

Add JVM options in Tomcat

if you want to set jvm args on eclipse you can use below:

see below two links to accomplish it:

  1. eclipse setting to pass jvm args to java
  2. eclipse setting to pass jvm args to java and adding to run config on eclipse

And for Tomcat you can create a setenv.bat file in bin folder of Tomcat and add below lines to it :

echo "hello im starting setenv"
set CATALINA_OPTS=-DNLP.home=${NLP.home} -Dhostname=${hostname}

How to keep environment variables when using sudo

The trick is to add environment variables to sudoers file via sudo visudo command and add these lines:

Defaults env_keep += "ftp_proxy http_proxy https_proxy no_proxy"

taken from ArchLinux wiki.

For Ubuntu 14, you need to specify in separate lines as it returns the errors for multi-variable lines:

Defaults  env_keep += "http_proxy"
Defaults  env_keep += "https_proxy"
Defaults  env_keep += "HTTP_PROXY"
Defaults  env_keep += "HTTPS_PROXY"

<img>: Unsafe value used in a resource URL context

I usually add separate safe pipe reusable component as following

# Add Safe Pipe

import { Pipe, PipeTransform } from '@angular/core';
import { DomSanitizer } from '@angular/platform-browser';

@Pipe({name: 'mySafe'})
export class SafePipe implements PipeTransform {
    constructor(private sanitizer: DomSanitizer) {
    }

    public transform(url) {
        return this.sanitizer.bypassSecurityTrustResourceUrl(url);
    }
}
# then create shared pipe module as following 

import { NgModule } from '@angular/core'; 
import { SafePipe } from './safe.pipe';
@NgModule({
    declarations: [
        SafePipe
    ],
    exports: [
        SafePipe
    ]
})
export class SharedPipesModule {
}
# import shared pipe module in your native module

@NgModule({
    declarations: [],
    imports: [
        SharedPipesModule,
    ],
})
export class SupportModule {
}
<!-------------------
call your url (`trustedUrl` for me) and add `mySafe` as defined in Safe Pipe
---------------->
<div class="container-fluid" *ngIf="trustedUrl">
    <iframe [src]="trustedUrl | mySafe" align="middle" width="100%" height="800" frameborder="0"></iframe>
</div>

How to get host name with port from a http or https request

You can use HttpServletRequest.getRequestURL and HttpServletRequest.getRequestURI.

StringBuffer url = request.getRequestURL();
String uri = request.getRequestURI();
int idx = (((uri != null) && (uri.length() > 0)) ? url.indexOf(uri) : url.length());
String host = url.substring(0, idx); //base url
idx = host.indexOf("://");
if(idx > 0) {
  host = host.substring(idx); //remove scheme if present
}

Can I write a CSS selector selecting elements NOT having a certain class or attribute?

The :not negation pseudo class

The negation CSS pseudo-class, :not(X), is a functional notation taking a simple selector X as an argument. It matches an element that is not represented by the argument. X must not contain another negation selector.

You can use :not to exclude any subset of matched elements, ordered as you would normal CSS selectors.


Simple example: excluding by class

div:not(.class)

Would select all div elements without the class .class

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div:not(.class) {_x000D_
  color: red;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>Make me red!</div>_x000D_
<div class="class">...but not me...</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
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Complex example: excluding by type / hierarchy

:not(div) > div

Would select all div elements which arent children of another div

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div {_x000D_
  color: black_x000D_
}_x000D_
:not(div) > div {_x000D_
  color: red;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>Make me red!</div>_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
  <div>...but not me...</div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
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Complex example: chaining pseudo selectors

With the notable exception of not being able to chain/nest :not selectors and pseudo elements, you can use in conjunction with other pseudo selectors.

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div {_x000D_
  color: black_x000D_
}_x000D_
:not(:nth-child(2)){_x000D_
  color: red;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>_x000D_
  <div>Make me red!</div>_x000D_
  <div>...but not me...</div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
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Browser Support, etc.

:not is a CSS3 level selector, the main exception in terms of support is that it is IE9+

The spec also makes an interesting point:

the :not() pseudo allows useless selectors to be written. For instance :not(*|*), which represents no element at all, or foo:not(bar), which is equivalent to foo but with a higher specificity.

How to keep one variable constant with other one changing with row in excel

Yeah. Just put the $ sign in front of your desired constant cell.

Like $A6 if you wish to just change the number 6 serially and keep a constant, or $A$6 if you do not want anything from that reference to change at all.

Example: Cell A5 contains my exchange rate. In B1 you put say ( = C1 * $A$1). when you fill B1 through B....... the value in A5 remains constant and the value in C1 increases serially.

I am by far not be good at teacher, but I hope this helps!!!! Wink wink

How to log out user from web site using BASIC authentication?

An addition to the answer by bobince ...

With Ajax you can have your 'Logout' link/button wired to a Javascript function. Have this function send the XMLHttpRequest with a bad username and password. This should get back a 401. Then set document.location back to the pre-login page. This way, the user will never see the extra login dialog during logout, nor have to remember to put in bad credentials.

What is the best practice for creating a favicon on a web site?

There are several ways to create a favicon. The best way for you depends on various factors:

  • The time you can spend on this task. For many people, this is "as quick as possible".
  • The efforts you are willing to make. Like, drawing a 16x16 icon by hand for better results.
  • Specific constraints, like supporting a specific browser with odd specs.

First method: Use a favicon generator

If you want to get the job done well and quickly, you can use a favicon generator. This one creates the pictures and HTML code for all major desktop and mobiles browsers. Full disclosure: I'm the author of this site.

Advantages of such solution: it's quick and all compatibility considerations were already addressed for you.

Second method: Create a favicon.ico (desktop browsers only)

As you suggest, you can create a favicon.ico file which contains 16x16 and 32x32 pictures (note that Microsoft recommends 16x16, 32x32 and 48x48).

Then, declare it in your HTML code:

<link rel="shortcut icon" href="/path/to/icons/favicon.ico">

This method will work with all desktop browsers, old and new. But most mobile browsers will ignore the favicon.

About your suggestion of placing the favicon.ico file in the root and not declaring it: beware, although this technique works on most browsers, it is not 100% reliable. For example Windows Safari cannot find it (granted: this browser is somehow deprecated on Windows, but you get the point). This technique is useful when combined with PNG icons (for modern browsers).

Third method: Create a favicon.ico, a PNG icon and an Apple Touch icon (all browsers)

In your question, you do not mention the mobile browsers. Most of them will ignore the favicon.ico file. Although your site may be dedicated to desktop browsers, chances are that you don't want to ignore mobile browsers altogether.

You can achieve a good compatibility with:

  • favicon.ico, see above.
  • A 192x192 PNG icon for Android Chrome
  • A 180x180 Apple Touch icon (for iPhone 6 Plus; other device will scale it down as needed).

Declare them with

<link rel="shortcut icon" href="/path/to/icons/favicon.ico">
<link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="/path/to/icons/favicon-192x192.png" sizes="192x192">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="180x180" href="/path/to/icons/apple-touch-icon-180x180.png">

This is not the full story, but it's good enough in most cases.

How do I list loaded plugins in Vim?

The problem with :scriptnames, :commands, :functions, and similar Vim commands, is that they display information in a large slab of text, which is very hard to visually parse.

To get around this, I wrote Headlights, a plugin that adds a menu to Vim showing all loaded plugins, TextMate style. The added benefit is that it shows plugin commands, mappings, files, and other bits and pieces.

Live-stream video from one android phone to another over WiFi

I did work on something like this once, but sending a video and playing it in real time is a really complex thing. I suggest you work with PNG's only. In my implementation What i did was capture PNGs using the host camera and then sending them over the network to the client, Which will display the image as soon as received and request the next image from the host. Since you are on wifi that communication will be fast enough to get around 8-10 images per-second(approximation only, i worked on Bluetooth). So this will look like a continuous video but with much less effort. For communication you may use UDP sockets(Faster and less complex) or DLNA (Not sure how that works).

How to convert a selection to lowercase or uppercase in Sublime Text

As a bonus for setting up a Title Case shortcut key Ctrl+kt (while holding Ctrl, press k and t), go to Preferences --> Keybindings-User

If you have a blank file open and close with the square brackets:

[  { "keys": ["ctrl+k", "ctrl+t"], "command": "title_case" } ]

Otherwise if you already have stuff in there, just make sure if it comes after another command to prepend a comma "," and add:

{ "keys": ["ctrl+k", "ctrl+t"], "command": "title_case" }

Spring MVC - HttpMediaTypeNotAcceptableException

Make sure you add both Jackson jars to classpath:

  • jackson-core-asl-x.jar
  • jackson-mapper-asl-x.jar

Also, you must have the following in your Spring xml file:

<mvc:annotation-driven />

Rounding integer division (instead of truncating)

int divide(x,y){
 int quotient = x/y;
 int remainder = x%y;
 if(remainder==0)
  return quotient;
 int tempY = divide(y,2);
 if(remainder>=tempY)
  quotient++;
 return quotient;
}

eg 59/4 Quotient = 14, tempY = 2, remainder = 3, remainder >= tempY hence quotient = 15;

How to do sed like text replace with python?

Here's a one-module Python replacement for perl -p:

# Provide compatibility with `perl -p`

# Usage:
#
#     python -mloop_over_stdin_lines '<program>'

# In, `<program>`, use the variable `line` to read and change the current line.

# Example:
#
#         python -mloop_over_stdin_lines 'line = re.sub("pattern", "replacement", line)'

# From the perlrun documentation:
#
#        -p   causes Perl to assume the following loop around your
#             program, which makes it iterate over filename arguments
#             somewhat like sed:
# 
#               LINE:
#                 while (<>) {
#                     ...             # your program goes here
#                 } continue {
#                     print or die "-p destination: $!\n";
#                 }
# 
#             If a file named by an argument cannot be opened for some
#             reason, Perl warns you about it, and moves on to the next
#             file. Note that the lines are printed automatically. An
#             error occurring during printing is treated as fatal. To
#             suppress printing use the -n switch. A -p overrides a -n
#             switch.
# 
#             "BEGIN" and "END" blocks may be used to capture control
#             before or after the implicit loop, just as in awk.
# 

import re
import sys

for line in sys.stdin:
    exec(sys.argv[1], globals(), locals())
    try:
        print line,
    except:
        sys.exit('-p destination: $!\n')

Animation fade in and out

FOR FADE add this first line with your animation's object.

.animate().alpha(1).setDuration(2000);

FOR EXAMPLEI USED LottieAnimation

Removing body margin in CSS

Some HTML elements have predefined margins (namely: body, h1 to h6, p, fieldset, form, ul, ol, dl, dir, menu, blockquote and dd).

In your case it's the h1 causing your problem. It has { margin: .67em } by default. If you set it to 0 it will remove the space.

To solve problems like these generally, I recommend using your browser's dev tools. For most browsers: right-click on the element you want to know more about and select "Inspect Element". In the "Styles" tab, at the very bottom, you have a CSS box-model. This is a great tool for visualising borders, padding and margins and what elements are the root of your styling headaches.

how do you pass images (bitmaps) between android activities using bundles?

I had to rescale the bitmap a bit to not exceed the 1mb limit of the transaction binder. You can adapt the 400 the your screen or make it dinamic it's just meant to be an example. It works fine and the quality is nice. Its also a lot faster then saving the image and loading it after but you have the size limitation.

public void loadNextActivity(){
    Intent confirmBMP = new Intent(this,ConfirmBMPActivity.class);

    ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
    Bitmap bmp = returnScaledBMP();
    bmp.compress(Bitmap.CompressFormat.JPEG, 100, stream);

    confirmBMP.putExtra("Bitmap",bmp);
    startActivity(confirmBMP);
    finish();

}
public Bitmap returnScaledBMP(){
    Bitmap bmp=null;
    bmp = tempBitmap;
    bmp = createScaledBitmapKeepingAspectRatio(bmp,400);
    return bmp;

}

After you recover the bmp in your nextActivity with the following code:

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.activity_confirmBMP);
    Intent intent = getIntent();
    Bitmap bitmap = (Bitmap) intent.getParcelableExtra("Bitmap");

}

I hope my answer was somehow helpfull. Greetings

GROUP BY to combine/concat a column

SELECT
     [User], Activity,
     STUFF(
         (SELECT DISTINCT ',' + PageURL
          FROM TableName
          WHERE [User] = a.[User] AND Activity = a.Activity
          FOR XML PATH (''))
          , 1, 1, '')  AS URLList
FROM TableName AS a
GROUP BY [User], Activity

Getting the difference between two Dates (months/days/hours/minutes/seconds) in Swift

This is the shorter version: Basically I try to get the difference between the post timestamp with the Date() now.

// MARK: - UPDATE Time Stamp
static func updateTimeStampPost(postTimeStamp: Date?, _ completion: (_ finalString: String?) -> Void) {
    // date in the current state
    let date = Date()
    let dateComponentFormatter = DateComponentsFormatter()

    // change the styling date, wether second minute or hour
    dateComponentFormatter.unitsStyle = .abbreviated
    dateComponentFormatter.allowedUnits = [.second, .minute, .hour, .day, .weekOfMonth]
    dateComponentFormatter.maximumUnitCount = 1

    // return the date new format as a string in the completion
    completion(dateComponentFormatter.string(from: postTimeStamp!, to: date))
}

How to get all elements which name starts with some string?

You can use getElementsByName("input") to get a collection of all the inputs on the page. Then loop through the collection, checking the name on the way. Something like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset=utf-8 />
<title>JS Bin</title>

</head>
<body>

  <input name="q1_a" type="text" value="1A"/>
  <input name="q1_b" type="text" value="1B"/>
  <input name="q1_c" type="text" value="1C"/>
  <input name="q2_d" type="text" value="2D"/>

  <script type="text/javascript">
  var inputs = document.getElementsByTagName("input");
  for (x = 0 ; x < inputs.length ; x++){
    myname = inputs[x].getAttribute("name");
    if(myname.indexOf("q1_")==0){
      alert(myname);
      // do more stuff here
       }
    }
    </script>
</body>
</html>

Demo

What does @@variable mean in Ruby?

The answers are partially correct because @@ is actually a class variable which is per class hierarchy meaning it is shared by a class, its instances and its descendant classes and their instances.

class Person
  @@people = []

  def initialize
    @@people << self
  end

  def self.people
    @@people
  end
end

class Student < Person
end

class Graduate < Student
end

Person.new
Student.new

puts Graduate.people

This will output

#<Person:0x007fa70fa24870>
#<Student:0x007fa70fa24848>

So there is only one same @@variable for Person, Student and Graduate classes and all class and instance methods of these classes refer to the same variable.

There is another way of defining a class variable which is defined on a class object (Remember that each class is actually an instance of something which is actually the Class class but it is another story). You use @ notation instead of @@ but you can't access these variables from instance methods. You need to have class method wrappers.

class Person

  def initialize
    self.class.add_person self
  end

  def self.people
    @people
  end

  def self.add_person instance
    @people ||= []
    @people << instance
  end
end

class Student < Person
end

class Graduate < Student
end

Person.new
Person.new
Student.new
Student.new
Graduate.new
Graduate.new

puts Student.people.join(",")
puts Person.people.join(",")
puts Graduate.people.join(",")

Here, @people is single per class instead of class hierarchy because it is actually a variable stored on each class instance. This is the output:

#<Student:0x007f8e9d2267e8>,#<Student:0x007f8e9d21ff38>
#<Person:0x007f8e9d226158>,#<Person:0x007f8e9d226608>
#<Graduate:0x007f8e9d21fec0>,#<Graduate:0x007f8e9d21fdf8> 

One important difference is that, you cannot access these class variables (or class instance variables you can say) directly from instance methods because @people in an instance method would refer to an instance variable of that specific instance of the Person or Student or Graduate classes.

So while other answers correctly state that @myvariable (with single @ notation) is always an instance variable, it doesn't necessarily mean that it is not a single shared variable for all instances of that class.

What is declarative programming?

The other answers already do a fantastic job explaining what declarative programming is, so I'm just going to provide some examples of why that might be useful.

Context Independence

Declarative Programs are context-independent. Because they only declare what the ultimate goal is, but not the intermediary steps to reach that goal, the same program can be used in different contexts. This is hard to do with imperative programs, because they often depend on the context (e.g. hidden state).

Take yacc as an example. It's a parser generator aka. compiler compiler, an external declarative DSL for describing the grammar of a language, so that a parser for that language can automatically be generated from the description. Because of its context independence, you can do many different things with such a grammar:

  • Generate a C parser for that grammar (the original use case for yacc)
  • Generate a C++ parser for that grammar
  • Generate a Java parser for that grammar (using Jay)
  • Generate a C# parser for that grammar (using GPPG)
  • Generate a Ruby parser for that grammar (using Racc)
  • Generate a tree visualization for that grammar (using GraphViz)
  • simply do some pretty-printing, fancy-formatting and syntax highlighting of the yacc source file itself and include it in your Reference Manual as a syntactic specification of your language

And many more …

Optimization

Because you don't prescribe the computer which steps to take and in what order, it can rearrange your program much more freely, maybe even execute some tasks in parallel. A good example is a query planner and query optimizer for a SQL database. Most SQL databases allow you to display the query that they are actually executing vs. the query that you asked them to execute. Often, those queries look nothing like each other. The query planner takes things into account that you wouldn't even have dreamed of: rotational latency of the disk platter, for example or the fact that some completely different application for a completely different user just executed a similar query and the table that you are joining with and that you worked so hard to avoid loading is already in memory anyway.

There is an interesting trade-off here: the machine has to work harder to figure out how to do something than it would in an imperative language, but when it does figure it out, it has much more freedom and much more information for the optimization stage.

input() error - NameError: name '...' is not defined

You could either do:

x = raw_input("enter your name")
print "your name is %s " % x

or:

x = str(input("enter your name"))
print "your name is %s" % x

.includes() not working in Internet Explorer

Problem:

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

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

Now run below solution and check the result

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if (!String.prototype.includes) {//To check browser supports or not_x000D_
  String.prototype.includes = function (str) {//If not supported, then define the method_x000D_
    return this.indexOf(str) !== -1;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}_x000D_
console.log("abcde".includes("cd"));
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What does "./" (dot slash) refer to in terms of an HTML file path location?

/ means the root of the current drive;

./ means the current directory;

../ means the parent of the current directory.

How can I get the values of data attributes in JavaScript code?

You can access it as

element.dataset.points

etc. So in this case: this.dataset.points

The project was not built since its build path is incomplete

Here is what made the error disappear for me:

Close eclipse, open up a terminal window and run:

$ mvn clean eclipse:clean eclipse:eclipse

Are you using Maven? If so,

  1. Right-click on the project, Build Path and go to Configure Build Path
  2. Click the libraries tab. If Maven dependencies are not in the list, you need to add it.
  3. Close the dialog.

To add it: Right-click on the project, Maven → Disable Maven Nature Right-click on the project, Configure → Convert to Maven Project.

And then clean

Edit 1:

If that doesn't resolve the issue try right-clicking on your project and select properties. Select Java Build Path → Library tab. Look for a JVM. If it's not there, click to add Library and add the default JVM. If VM is there, click edit and select the default JVM. Hopefully, that works.

Edit 2:

You can also try going into the folder where you have all your projects and delete the .metadata for eclipse (be aware that you'll have to re-import all the projects afterwards! Also all the environment settings you've set would also have to be redone). After it was deleted just import the project again, and hopefully, it works.

How to append contents of multiple files into one file

if your files contain headers and you want remove them in the output file, you can use:

for f in `ls *.txt`; do sed '2,$!d' $f >> 0.out; done

java.lang.IllegalStateException: Error processing condition on org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.jdbc.JndiDataSourceAutoConfiguration

This is caused by non-matching Spring Boot dependencies. Check your classpath to find the offending resources. You have explicitly included version 1.1.8.RELEASE, but you have also included 3 other projects. Those likely contain different Spring Boot versions, leading to this error.

'MOD' is not a recognized built-in function name

for your exact sample, it should be like this.

DECLARE @m INT
SET @m = 321%11
SELECT @m

How to copy a file to multiple directories using the gnu cp command

For example if you are in the parent directory of you destination folders you can do:

for i in $(ls); do cp sourcefile $i; done

Debugging "Element is not clickable at point" error

I have seen this in the situation when the selenium driven Chrome window was opened too small. The element to be clicked on was out of the viewport and therefore it was failing.

That sounds logical... real user would have to either resize the window or scroll so that it is possible to see the element and in fact click on it.

After instructing the selenium driver to set the window size appropriately this issues went away for me. The webdriver API is decribed here.

How to configure log4j.properties for SpringJUnit4ClassRunner?

Because I don't like to have duplicate files (log4j.properties in test and main), and I have quite many test classes, they each runwith SpringJUnit4ClassRunner class, so I have to customize it. This is what I use:

import java.io.FileNotFoundException;

import org.junit.runners.model.InitializationError;
import org.springframework.test.context.junit4.SpringJUnit4ClassRunner;
import org.springframework.util.Log4jConfigurer;

public class MySpringJUnit4ClassRunner extends SpringJUnit4ClassRunner {

    static {
        String log4jLocation = "classpath:log4j-oops.properties";
        try {
            Log4jConfigurer.initLogging(log4jLocation);
        } catch (FileNotFoundException ex) {
            System.err.println("Cannot Initialize log4j at location: " + log4jLocation);
        }
    }

    public MySpringJUnit4ClassRunner(Class<?> clazz) throws InitializationError {
        super(clazz);
    }
}

When you use it, replace SpringJUnit4ClassRunner with MySpringJUnit4ClassRunner

@RunWith(MySpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class) 
@ContextConfiguration("classpath:conf/applicationContext.xml") 
public class TestOrderController {
    private Logger LOG = LoggerFactory.getLogger(this.getClass());

    private MockMvc mockMvc;
...
}

Redirect output of mongo query to a csv file

I know this question is old but I spend an hour trying to export a complex query to csv and I wanted to share my thoughts. First I couldn't get any of the json to csv converters to work (although this one looked promising). What I ended up doing was manually writing the csv file in my mongo script.

This is a simple version but essentially what I did:

print("name,id,email");
db.User.find().forEach(function(user){
  print(user.name+","+user._id.valueOf()+","+user.email);
});

This I just piped the query to stdout

mongo test export.js > out.csv

where test is the name of the database I use.

Mapping composite keys using EF code first

You definitely need to put in the column order, otherwise how is SQL Server supposed to know which one goes first? Here's what you would need to do in your code:

public class MyTable
{
  [Key, Column(Order = 0)]
  public string SomeId { get; set; }

  [Key, Column(Order = 1)]
  public int OtherId { get; set; }
}

You can also look at this SO question. If you want official documentation, I would recommend looking at the official EF website. Hope this helps.

EDIT: I just found a blog post from Julie Lerman with links to all kinds of EF 6 goodness. You can find whatever you need here.

Add to Array jQuery

You are right. This has nothing to do with jQuery though.

var myArray = [];
myArray.push("foo");
// myArray now contains "foo" at index 0.

Fetch: POST json data

If your JSON payload contains arrays and nested objects, I would use URLSearchParams and jQuery's param() method.

fetch('/somewhere', {
  method: 'POST',
  body: new URLSearchParams($.param(payload))
})

To your server, this will look like a standard HTML <form> being POSTed.

How to set the environmental variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH in linux

  1. Go to the home folder and edit .profile
  2. Place the following line at the end

    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=<your path>

  3. Save and Exit.

  4. Execute this command

    sudo ldconfig

Generate MD5 hash string with T-SQL

You didn't explicitly say you wanted the string to be hex; if you are open to the more space efficient base 64 string encoding, and you are using SQL Server 2016 or later, here's an alternative:

select SubString(h, 1, 32) from OpenJson(
    (select HashBytes('MD5', '[email protected]') h for json path)
) with (h nvarchar(max));

This produces:

9TvQiSDl0lgJ3yVj75xStg==

Curl GET request with json parameter

This should work :

  curl -i -H "Accept: application/json" 'server:5050/a/c/getName{"param0":"pradeep"}'

use option -i instead of x.

SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] Connection refused within Laravel homestead

I encountered

SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] Connection refused (SQL: select * from projects)

The cause was that I had not started the MySQL server.

It may help to check that the MySQL is running as the first step in troubleshooting the error.

Declare a variable as Decimal

You can't declare a variable as Decimal - you have to use Variant (you can use CDec to populate it with a Decimal type though).

disable all form elements inside div

    $(document).ready(function () {
        $('#chkDisableEnableElements').change(function () {
            if ($('#chkDisableEnableElements').is(':checked')) {
                enableElements($('#divDifferentElements').children());
            }
            else {
                disableElements($('#divDifferentElements').children());
            }
        });
    });

    function disableElements(el) {
        for (var i = 0; i < el.length; i++) {
            el[i].disabled = true;

            disableElements(el[i].children);
        }
    }

    function enableElements(el) {
        for (var i = 0; i < el.length; i++) {
            el[i].disabled = false;

            enableElements(el[i].children);
        }
    }

How to set default text for a Tkinter Entry widget

Use Entry.insert. For example:

try:
    from tkinter import *  # Python 3.x
except Import Error:
    from Tkinter import *  # Python 2.x

root = Tk()
e = Entry(root)
e.insert(END, 'default text')
e.pack()
root.mainloop()

Or use textvariable option:

try:
    from tkinter import *  # Python 3.x
except Import Error:
    from Tkinter import *  # Python 2.x

root = Tk()
v = StringVar(root, value='default text')
e = Entry(root, textvariable=v)
e.pack()
root.mainloop()

How to convert an Stream into a byte[] in C#?

I use this extension class:

public static class StreamExtensions
{
    public static byte[] ReadAllBytes(this Stream instream)
    {
        if (instream is MemoryStream)
            return ((MemoryStream) instream).ToArray();

        using (var memoryStream = new MemoryStream())
        {
            instream.CopyTo(memoryStream);
            return memoryStream.ToArray();
        }
    }
}

Just copy the class to your solution and you can use it on every stream:

byte[] bytes = myStream.ReadAllBytes()

Works great for all my streams and saves a lot of code! Of course you can modify this method to use some of the other approaches here to improve performance if needed, but I like to keep it simple.

div hover background-color change?

if you want the color to change when you have simply add the :hover pseudo

div.e:hover {
    background-color:red;
}

Python: Tuples/dictionaries as keys, select, sort

Personally, one of the things I love about python is the tuple-dict combination. What you have here is effectively a 2d array (where x = fruit name and y = color), and I am generally a supporter of the dict of tuples for implementing 2d arrays, at least when something like numpy or a database isn't more appropriate. So in short, I think you've got a good approach.

Note that you can't use dicts as keys in a dict without doing some extra work, so that's not a very good solution.

That said, you should also consider namedtuple(). That way you could do this:

>>> from collections import namedtuple
>>> Fruit = namedtuple("Fruit", ["name", "color"])
>>> f = Fruit(name="banana", color="red")
>>> print f
Fruit(name='banana', color='red')
>>> f.name
'banana'
>>> f.color
'red'

Now you can use your fruitcount dict:

>>> fruitcount = {Fruit("banana", "red"):5}
>>> fruitcount[f]
5

Other tricks:

>>> fruits = fruitcount.keys()
>>> fruits.sort()
>>> print fruits
[Fruit(name='apple', color='green'), 
 Fruit(name='apple', color='red'), 
 Fruit(name='banana', color='blue'), 
 Fruit(name='strawberry', color='blue')]
>>> fruits.sort(key=lambda x:x.color)
>>> print fruits
[Fruit(name='banana', color='blue'), 
 Fruit(name='strawberry', color='blue'), 
 Fruit(name='apple', color='green'), 
 Fruit(name='apple', color='red')]

Echoing chmullig, to get a list of all colors of one fruit, you would have to filter the keys, i.e.

bananas = [fruit for fruit in fruits if fruit.name=='banana']

Mongodb find() query : return only unique values (no duplicates)

I think you can use db.collection.distinct(fields,query)

You will be able to get the distinct values in your case for NetworkID.

It should be something like this :

Db.collection.distinct('NetworkID')

'git' is not recognized as an internal or external command

  • Make sure correct git path is added to Path variable in your Environment Variables. E.g. - C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin;C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\cmd. It can be different for your case depending on where your git gets installed.
  • If it doesnt work, try restarting the command prompt so that it reads the updated Environment Variables.
  • If it still doesnt work, try restarting your machine to force command prompt to read the updated Environment variables.

How to run .NET Core console app from the command line

With dotnetcore3.0 you can package entire solution into a single-file executable using PublishSingleFile property

-p:PublishSingleFile=True

Source Single-file executables

An example of Self Contained, Release OSX executable:

dotnet publish -c Release -r osx-x64 -p:PublishSingleFile=True --self-contained True

An example of Self Contained, Debug Linux 64bit executable:

dotnet publish -c Debug -r linux-x64 -p:PublishSingleFile=True --self-contained True

Linux build is independed of distribution and I have found them working on Ubuntu 18.10, CentOS 7.7, and Amazon Linux 2.

A Self Contained executable includes Dotnet Runtime and Runtime does not require to be installed on a target machine. The published executables are saved under:

<ProjectDir>/bin/<Release or Debug>/netcoreapp3.0/<target-os>/publish/ on Linux, OSX and

<ProjectDir>\bin\<Release or Debug>\netcoreapp3.0\<target-os>\publish\ on Windows.

How to parse unix timestamp to time.Time

I do a lot of logging where the timestamps are float64 and use this function to get the timestamps as string:

func dateFormat(layout string, d float64) string{
    intTime := int64(d)
    t := time.Unix(intTime, 0)
    if layout == "" {
        layout = "2006-01-02 15:04:05"
    }
    return t.Format(layout)
}

Add button to navigationbar programmatically

In ViewDidLoad method of ViewController.m

UIBarButtonItem *cancel = [[UIBarButtonItem alloc] initWithTitle:@"Cancel" style:UIBarButtonItemStyleBordered target:self action:@selector(back)];

[self.navigationItem setLeftBarButtonItem:cancel];

"(back)" selector is a method to dissmiss the current ViewController

How do I get the classes of all columns in a data frame?

You can use purrr as well, which is similar to apply family functions:

as.data.frame(purrr::map_chr(mtcars, class))
purrr::map_df(mtcars, class)

Get top 1 row of each group

I've done some timings over the various recommendations here, and the results really depend on the size of the table involved, but the most consistent solution is using the CROSS APPLY These tests were run against SQL Server 2008-R2, using a table with 6,500 records, and another (identical schema) with 137 million records. The columns being queried are part of the primary key on the table, and the table width is very small (about 30 bytes). The times are reported by SQL Server from the actual execution plan.

Query                                  Time for 6500 (ms)    Time for 137M(ms)

CROSS APPLY                                    17.9                17.9
SELECT WHERE col = (SELECT MAX(COL)…)           6.6               854.4
DENSE_RANK() OVER PARTITION                     6.6               907.1

I think the really amazing thing was how consistent the time was for the CROSS APPLY regardless of the number of rows involved.

Visual Studio 2012 Web Publish doesn't copy files

For what it's worth, I eventually gave up on fighting with Web Deploy to get it to do what I wanted (copy deployable files and nothing else), so I scripted it in PowerShell and am really happy with the result. It's much faster than anything I tried through MSBuild/Web Publish, presumably because those methods were still doing things I didn't need.

Here's the gist (literally):

function copy-deployable-web-files($proj_path, $deploy_dir) {
  # copy files where Build Action = "Content" 
  $proj_dir = split-path -parent $proj_path
  [xml]$xml = get-content $proj_path
  $xml.Project.ItemGroup | % { $_.Content } | % { $_.Include } | ? { $_ } | % {
    $from = "$proj_dir\$_"
    $to = split-path -parent "$deploy_dir\$_"
    if (!(test-path $to)) { md $to }
    cp $from $to
  }

  # copy everything in bin
  cp "$proj_dir\bin" $deploy_dir -recurse
}

In my case I'm calling this in a CI environment (TeamCity), but it could easily be hooked into a post-build event as well.

How to get rid of "Unnamed: 0" column in a pandas DataFrame?

It's the index column, pass pd.to_csv(..., index=False) to not write out an unnamed index column in the first place, see the to_csv() docs.

Example:

In [37]:
df = pd.DataFrame(np.random.randn(5,3), columns=list('abc'))
pd.read_csv(io.StringIO(df.to_csv()))

Out[37]:
   Unnamed: 0         a         b         c
0           0  0.109066 -1.112704 -0.545209
1           1  0.447114  1.525341  0.317252
2           2  0.507495  0.137863  0.886283
3           3  1.452867  1.888363  1.168101
4           4  0.901371 -0.704805  0.088335

compare with:

In [38]:
pd.read_csv(io.StringIO(df.to_csv(index=False)))

Out[38]:
          a         b         c
0  0.109066 -1.112704 -0.545209
1  0.447114  1.525341  0.317252
2  0.507495  0.137863  0.886283
3  1.452867  1.888363  1.168101
4  0.901371 -0.704805  0.088335

You could also optionally tell read_csv that the first column is the index column by passing index_col=0:

In [40]:
pd.read_csv(io.StringIO(df.to_csv()), index_col=0)

Out[40]:
          a         b         c
0  0.109066 -1.112704 -0.545209
1  0.447114  1.525341  0.317252
2  0.507495  0.137863  0.886283
3  1.452867  1.888363  1.168101
4  0.901371 -0.704805  0.088335

Hide separator line on one UITableViewCell

Inside the tableview cell class. put these line of code

separatorInset = UIEdgeInsets(top: 0, left: 0, bottom: 0, right: self.bounds.size.width)

Generating random numbers with Swift

This is how I get a random number between 2 int's!

func randomNumber(MIN: Int, MAX: Int)-> Int{
    var list : [Int] = []
    for i in MIN...MAX {
        list.append(i)
    }
    return list[Int(arc4random_uniform(UInt32(list.count)))]
}

usage:

print("My Random Number is: \(randomNumber(MIN:-10,MAX:10))")

Change select box option background color

I don't know if you've considered it or not but if your application is based on coloring various groupings of items you should probably use the <optgroup> tag coupled with a class for further referencing. For example:

<select>
    <optgroup label="Numbers" class="green">
        <option value="1">One</option>
        <option value="2">Two</option>
        <option value="3">Three</option>
    </optgroup>

    <optgroup label="Letters" class="blue">
        <option value="a">A</option>
        <option value="b">B</option>
        <option value="c">C</option>
    </optgroup>
</select>

and then in the head of your document write the css like this:

<style type="text/css">
    .green option{
        background-color:#0F0;
    }

    .blue option{
        background-color:#00F;
    }
</style>

C# How can I check if a URL exists/is valid?

If I understand your question correctly, you could use a small method like this to give you the results of your URL test:

WebRequest webRequest = WebRequest.Create(url);  
WebResponse webResponse;
try 
{
  webResponse = webRequest.GetResponse();
}
catch //If exception thrown then couldn't get response from address
{
  return 0;
} 
return 1;

You could wrap the above code in a method and use it to perform validation. I hope this answers the question you were asking.

Add support library to Android Studio project

In Android Studio 1.0, this worked for me :-
Open the build.gradle (Module : app) file and paste this (at the end) :-

dependencies {
    compile "com.android.support:appcompat-v7:21.0.+"
}

Note that this dependencies is different from the dependencies inside buildscript in build.gradle (Project)
When you edit the gradle file, a message shows that you must sync the file. Press "Sync now"

Source : https://developer.android.com/tools/support-library/setup.html#add-library

How to detect page zoom level in all modern browsers?

function supportFullCss3()
{
    var div = document.createElement("div");
    div.style.display = 'flex';
    var s1 = div.style.display == 'flex';
    var s2 = 'perspective' in div.style;

    return (s1 && s2);
};

function getZoomLevel()
{
    var screenPixelRatio = 0, zoomLevel = 0;

    if(window.devicePixelRatio && supportFullCss3())
        screenPixelRatio = window.devicePixelRatio;
    else if(window.screenX == '0')
        screenPixelRatio = (window.outerWidth - 8) / window.innerWidth;
    else
    {
        var scr = window.frames.screen;
        screenPixelRatio = scr.deviceXDPI / scr.systemXDPI;
    }

    //---------------------------------------
    if (screenPixelRatio <= .11){ //screenPixelRatio >= .01 &&
      zoomLevel = "-7";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= .25) {
      zoomLevel = "-6";
    }else if (screenPixelRatio <= .33) {
      zoomLevel = "-5.5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= .40) {
      zoomLevel = "-5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= .50) {
      zoomLevel = "-4";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= .67) {
      zoomLevel = "-3";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= .75) {
      zoomLevel = "-2";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= .85) {
      zoomLevel = "-1.5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= .98) {
      zoomLevel = "-1";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.03) {
      zoomLevel = "0";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.12) {
      zoomLevel = "1";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.2) {
      zoomLevel = "1.5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.3) {
      zoomLevel = "2";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.4) {
      zoomLevel = "2.5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.5) {
      zoomLevel = "3";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.6) {
      zoomLevel = "3.3";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.7) {
      zoomLevel = "3.7";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.8) {
      zoomLevel = "4";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 1.9) {
      zoomLevel = "4.5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2) {
      zoomLevel = "5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.1) {
      zoomLevel = "5.2";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.2) {
      zoomLevel = "5.4";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.3) {
      zoomLevel = "5.6";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.4) {
      zoomLevel = "5.8";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.5) {
      zoomLevel = "6";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.6) {
      zoomLevel = "6.2";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.7) {
      zoomLevel = "6.4";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.8) {
      zoomLevel = "6.6";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 2.9) {
      zoomLevel = "6.8";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3) {
      zoomLevel = "7";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.1) {
      zoomLevel = "7.1";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.2) {
      zoomLevel = "7.2";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.3) {
      zoomLevel = "7.3";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.4) {
      zoomLevel = "7.4";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.5) {
      zoomLevel = "7.5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.6) {
      zoomLevel = "7.6";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.7) {
      zoomLevel = "7.7";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.8) {
      zoomLevel = "7.8";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 3.9) {
      zoomLevel = "7.9";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4) {
      zoomLevel = "8";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.1) {
      zoomLevel = "8.1";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.2) {
      zoomLevel = "8.2";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.3) {
      zoomLevel = "8.3";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.4) {
      zoomLevel = "8.4";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.5) {
      zoomLevel = "8.5";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.6) {
      zoomLevel = "8.6";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.7) {
      zoomLevel = "8.7";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.8) {
      zoomLevel = "8.8";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 4.9) {
      zoomLevel = "8.9";
    } else if (screenPixelRatio <= 5) {
      zoomLevel = "9";
    }else {
      zoomLevel = "unknown";
    }

    return zoomLevel;
};

Reset textbox value in javascript

this is might be a possible solution

void 0 != document.getElementById("ad") &&       (document.getElementById("ad").onclick =function(){
 var a = $("#client_id").val();
 var b = $("#contact").val();
 var c = $("#message").val();
 var Qdata = { client_id: a, contact:b, message:c }
 var respo='';
     $("#message").html('');

return $.ajax({

    url: applicationPath ,
    type: "POST",
    data: Qdata,
    success: function(e) {
         $("#mcg").html("msg send successfully");

    }

})

});

How can I undo git reset --hard HEAD~1?

git reflog

  • Find your commit sha in the list then copy and paste it into this command:

git cherry-pick <the sha>

Lock, mutex, semaphore... what's the difference?

It is a general vision. Details are depended on real language realisation

lock - thread synchronization tool. When thread get a lock it becomes a single thread which is able to execute a block of code. All others thread are blocked. Only thread which owns by lock can unlock it

mutex - mutual exclusion lock. It is a kind of lock. On some languages it is inter-process mechanism, on some languages it is a synonym of lock. For example Java uses lock in synchronised and java.util.concurrent.locks.Lock

semaphore - allows a number of threads to access a shared resource. You can find that mutex also can be implemented by semaphore. It is a standalone object which manage an access to shared resource. You can find that any thread can signal and unblock. Also it is used for signalling

[iOS lock, mutex, semaphore]

How to Customize a Progress Bar In Android

In case of complex ProgressBar like this,

enter image description here

use ClipDrawable.

NOTE : I've not used ProgressBar here in this example. I've achieved this using ClipDrawable by clipping image with Animation.

A Drawable that clips another Drawable based on this Drawable's current level value. You can control how much the child Drawable gets clipped in width and height based on the level, as well as a gravity to control where it is placed in its overall container. Most often used to implement things like progress bars, by increasing the drawable's level with setLevel().

NOTE : The drawable is clipped completely and not visible when the level is 0 and fully revealed when the level is 10,000.

I've used this two images to make this CustomProgressBar.

scall.png

scall.png

ballon_progress.png

ballon_progress.png

MainActivity.java

public class MainActivity extends ActionBarActivity {

private EditText etPercent;
private ClipDrawable mImageDrawable;

// a field in your class
private int mLevel = 0;
private int fromLevel = 0;
private int toLevel = 0;

public static final int MAX_LEVEL = 10000;
public static final int LEVEL_DIFF = 100;
public static final int DELAY = 30;

private Handler mUpHandler = new Handler();
private Runnable animateUpImage = new Runnable() {

    @Override
    public void run() {
        doTheUpAnimation(fromLevel, toLevel);
    }
};

private Handler mDownHandler = new Handler();
private Runnable animateDownImage = new Runnable() {

    @Override
    public void run() {
        doTheDownAnimation(fromLevel, toLevel);
    }
};

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

    etPercent = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.etPercent);

    ImageView img = (ImageView) findViewById(R.id.imageView1);
    mImageDrawable = (ClipDrawable) img.getDrawable();
    mImageDrawable.setLevel(0);
}

private void doTheUpAnimation(int fromLevel, int toLevel) {
    mLevel += LEVEL_DIFF;
    mImageDrawable.setLevel(mLevel);
    if (mLevel <= toLevel) {
        mUpHandler.postDelayed(animateUpImage, DELAY);
    } else {
        mUpHandler.removeCallbacks(animateUpImage);
        MainActivity.this.fromLevel = toLevel;
    }
}

private void doTheDownAnimation(int fromLevel, int toLevel) {
    mLevel -= LEVEL_DIFF;
    mImageDrawable.setLevel(mLevel);
    if (mLevel >= toLevel) {
        mDownHandler.postDelayed(animateDownImage, DELAY);
    } else {
        mDownHandler.removeCallbacks(animateDownImage);
        MainActivity.this.fromLevel = toLevel;
    }
}

public void onClickOk(View v) {
    int temp_level = ((Integer.parseInt(etPercent.getText().toString())) * MAX_LEVEL) / 100;

    if (toLevel == temp_level || temp_level > MAX_LEVEL) {
        return;
    }
    toLevel = (temp_level <= MAX_LEVEL) ? temp_level : toLevel;
    if (toLevel > fromLevel) {
        // cancel previous process first
        mDownHandler.removeCallbacks(animateDownImage);
        MainActivity.this.fromLevel = toLevel;

        mUpHandler.post(animateUpImage);
    } else {
        // cancel previous process first
        mUpHandler.removeCallbacks(animateUpImage);
        MainActivity.this.fromLevel = toLevel;

        mDownHandler.post(animateDownImage);
    }
}
}

activity_main.xml

<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="match_parent"
android:paddingLeft="16dp"
android:paddingRight="16dp"
android:paddingTop="16dp"
android:paddingBottom="16dp"
android:orientation="vertical"
tools:context=".MainActivity">

<LinearLayout
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:orientation="horizontal">

    <EditText
        android:id="@+id/etPercent"
        android:layout_width="0dp"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_weight="1"
        android:inputType="number"
        android:maxLength="3" />

    <Button
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:text="Ok"
        android:onClick="onClickOk" />

</LinearLayout>

<FrameLayout
    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:layout_gravity="center">

    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/imageView2"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:src="@drawable/scall" />

    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/imageView1"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:src="@drawable/clip_source" />

</FrameLayout>

clip_source.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<clip xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:clipOrientation="vertical"
    android:drawable="@drawable/ballon_progress"
    android:gravity="bottom" />

In case of complex HorizontalProgressBar just change cliporientation in clip_source.xml like this,

android:clipOrientation="horizontal"

You can download complete demo from here.

Flutter - The method was called on null

You should declare your method first in void initState(), so when the first time pages has been loaded, it will init your method first, hope it can help

Disable developer mode extensions pop up in Chrome

I am working on Windows And I have tried lots of things provided here as answer but Pop up was disabling the extension continually then i have tried following steps and it works now:

  1. Go to chrome://extensions page and click Pack extension button and select your root Directory of extension by clicking on red rectangled browse button displayed in below image.

browse root directory of extension

  1. after selecting root directory Click on Pack extension button displayed in red circle in below image.

enter image description here

  1. Now in check parent directory of your selected root directory of extension, 2 file would have created [extension name].crx and [extension name].pem.

  2. Now just drag and drop the [extension name].crx file onto the chrome://extensions page and it will ask using add app dialog box click on Add app and refresh the page it is installed now.

Note: Before doing anything as above make sure to enable Developer mode for extensions. If this was not enabled, refresh the chrome://extensions page after enabling it.

How to crop an image in OpenCV using Python

Robust crop with opencv copy border function:

def imcrop(img, bbox):
   x1, y1, x2, y2 = bbox
   if x1 < 0 or y1 < 0 or x2 > img.shape[1] or y2 > img.shape[0]:
        img, x1, x2, y1, y2 = pad_img_to_fit_bbox(img, x1, x2, y1, y2)
   return img[y1:y2, x1:x2, :]

def pad_img_to_fit_bbox(img, x1, x2, y1, y2):
    img = cv2.copyMakeBorder(img, - min(0, y1), max(y2 - img.shape[0], 0),
                            -min(0, x1), max(x2 - img.shape[1], 0),cv2.BORDER_REPLICATE)
   y2 += -min(0, y1)
   y1 += -min(0, y1)
   x2 += -min(0, x1)
   x1 += -min(0, x1)
   return img, x1, x2, y1, y2

How to pass variable number of arguments to a PHP function

This is now possible with PHP 5.6.x, using the ... operator (also known as splat operator in some languages):

Example:

function addDateIntervalsToDateTime( DateTime $dt, DateInterval ...$intervals )
{
    foreach ( $intervals as $interval ) {
        $dt->add( $interval );
    }
    return $dt;
}

addDateIntervaslToDateTime( new DateTime, new DateInterval( 'P1D' ), 
        new DateInterval( 'P4D' ), new DateInterval( 'P10D' ) );

How to register ASP.NET 2.0 to web server(IIS7)?

ASP .NET 2.0:

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_regiis.exe -ir

ASP .NET 4.0:

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe -ir

Run Command Prompt as Administrator to avoid the ...requested operation requires elevation error


aspnet_regiis.exe should no longer be used with IIS7 to install ASP.NET

  1. Open Control Panel
  2. Programs\Turn Windows Features on or off
  3. Internet Information Services
  4. World Wide Web Services
  5. Application development Features
  6. ASP.Net <== check mark here

Re-order columns of table in Oracle

It's sad that Oracle doesn't allow this, I get asked to do this by developers all the time..

Here's a slightly dangerous, somewhat quick and dirty method:

  1. Ensure you have enough space to copy the Table
  2. Note any Constraints, Grants, Indexes, Synonyms, Triggers, um.. maybe some other stuff - that belongs to a Table - that I haven't thought about?
  3. CREATE TABLE table_right_columns AS SELECT column1 column3, column2 FROM table_wrong_columns; -- Notice how we correct the position of the columns :)
  4. DROP TABLE table_wrong_columns;
  5. 'ALTER TABLE table_right_columns RENAME TO table_wrong_columns;`
  6. Now the yucky part: recreate all those items you noted in step 2 above
  7. Check what code is now invalid, and recompile to check for errors

And next time you create a table, please consider the future requirements! ;)

SQL Server query - Selecting COUNT(*) with DISTINCT

Count all the DISTINCT program names by program type and push number

SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT program_name) AS Count,
  program_type AS [Type] 
FROM cm_production 
WHERE push_number=@push_number 
GROUP BY program_type

DISTINCT COUNT(*) will return a row for each unique count. What you want is COUNT(DISTINCT <expression>): evaluates expression for each row in a group and returns the number of unique, non-null values.

Instantiating a generic type

You cannot do new T() due to type erasure. The default constructor can only be

public Navigation() {     this("", "", null); } 

​ You can create other constructors to provide default values for trigger and description. You need an concrete object of T.

FirstOrDefault: Default value other than null

You can also do this

    Band[] objects = { new Band { Name = "Iron Maiden" } };
    first = objects.Where(o => o.Name == "Slayer")
        .DefaultIfEmpty(new Band { Name = "Black Sabbath" })
        .FirstOrDefault();   // returns "Black Sabbath" 

This uses only linq - yipee!

ObjectiveC Parse Integer from String

Basically, the third parameter in loggedIn should not be an integer, it should be an object of some kind, but we can't know for sure because you did not name the parameters in the method call. Provide the method signature so we can see for sure. Perhaps it takes an NSNumber or something.

How does python numpy.where() work?

Old Answer it is kind of confusing. It gives you the LOCATIONS (all of them) of where your statment is true.

so:

>>> a = np.arange(100)
>>> np.where(a > 30)
(array([31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47,
       48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64,
       65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81,
       82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98,
       99]),)
>>> np.where(a == 90)
(array([90]),)

a = a*40
>>> np.where(a > 1000)
(array([26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42,
       43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,
       60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,
       77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93,
       94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99]),)
>>> a[25]
1000
>>> a[26]
1040

I use it as an alternative to list.index(), but it has many other uses as well. I have never used it with 2D arrays.

http://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/reference/generated/numpy.where.html

New Answer It seems that the person was asking something more fundamental.

The question was how could YOU implement something that allows a function (such as where) to know what was requested.

First note that calling any of the comparison operators do an interesting thing.

a > 1000
array([False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False,
       False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False,
       False, False, False, False, False, False, False, False,  True,
        True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
        True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
        True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
        True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
        True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
        True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
        True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,
        True`,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True,  True], dtype=bool)`

This is done by overloading the "__gt__" method. For instance:

>>> class demo(object):
    def __gt__(self, item):
        print item


>>> a = demo()
>>> a > 4
4

As you can see, "a > 4" was valid code.

You can get a full list and documentation of all overloaded functions here: http://docs.python.org/reference/datamodel.html

Something that is incredible is how simple it is to do this. ALL operations in python are done in such a way. Saying a > b is equivalent to a.gt(b)!

IIS7 deployment - duplicate 'system.web.extensions/scripting/scriptResourceHandler' section

Necromancing.
If you don't have any system.web.extensions config-sections or handler/module entries in your web.config, this problem is caused because you/somebody else copied a VisualStudio-Project (2013/2015/2017) while having hidden-files unhidden.

Because of that, it will not only copy .git, but also .VS, which contains an IIS-Express applicationhost.config file, which points to web.config files at paths that don't exist (or worse, paths that do exist, but do not have the same content)...

Solution:
Delete the applicationhost.config file in the .VS folder.
Or just delete the .VS folder altogether.
Visual Studio will re-create it.

Python handling socket.error: [Errno 104] Connection reset by peer

There is a way to catch the error directly in the except clause with ConnectionResetError, better to isolate the right error. This example also catches the timeout.

from urllib.request import urlopen 
from socket import timeout

url = "http://......"
try: 
    string = urlopen(url, timeout=5).read()
except ConnectionResetError:
    print("==> ConnectionResetError")
    pass
except timeout: 
    print("==> Timeout")
    pass

Why does GitHub recommend HTTPS over SSH?

Enabling SSH connections over HTTPS if it is blocked by firewall

Test if SSH over the HTTPS port is possible, run this SSH command:

$ ssh -T -p 443 [email protected]
Hi username! You've successfully authenticated, but GitHub does not
provide shell access.

If that worked, great! If not, you may need to follow our troubleshooting guide.

If you are able to SSH into [email protected] over port 443, you can override your SSH settings to force any connection to GitHub to run though that server and port.

To set this in your ssh config, edit the file at ~/.ssh/config, and add this section:

Host github.com
  Hostname ssh.github.com
  Port 443

You can test that this works by connecting once more to GitHub:

$ ssh -T [email protected]
Hi username! You've successfully authenticated, but GitHub does not
provide shell access.

From Authenticating to GitHub / Using SSH over the HTTPS port

understanding private setters

A private setter is useful if you have a read only property and don't want to explicitly declare the backing variable.

So:

public int MyProperty
{
    get; private set;
}

is the same as:

private int myProperty;
public int MyProperty
{
    get { return myProperty; }
}

For non auto implemented properties it gives you a consistent way of setting the property from within your class so that if you need validation etc. you only have it one place.

To answer your final question the MSDN has this to say on private setters:

However, for small classes or structs that just encapsulate a set of values (data) and have little or no behaviors, it is recommended to make the objects immutable by declaring the set accessor as private.

From the MSDN page on Auto Implemented properties

How to zip a file using cmd line?

If you are using Ubuntu Linux:

  1. Install zip

    sudo apt-get install zip
    
  2. Zip your folder:

    zip -r {filename.zip} {foldername}
    

If you are using Microsoft Windows:

Windows does not come with a command-line zip program, despite Windows Explorer natively supporting Zip files since the Plus! pack for Windows 98.

I recommend the open-source 7-Zip utility which includes a command-line executable and supports many different archive file types, especially its own *.7z format which offers superior compression ratios to traditional (PKZIP) *.zip files:

  1. Download 7-Zip from the 7-Zip home page

  2. Add the path to 7z.exe to your PATH environment variable. See this QA: How to set the path and environment variables in Windows

  3. Open a new command-prompt window and use this command to create a PKZIP *.zip file:

    7z a -tzip {yourfile.zip} {yourfolder}
    

Cross-platform Java:

If you have the Java JDK installed then you can use the jar utility to create Zip files, as *.jar files are essentially just renamed *.zip (PKZIP) files:

jar -cfM {yourfile.zip} {yourfolder}

Explanation: * -c compress * -f specify filename * -M do not include a MANIFEST file

Get length of array?

Try CountA:

Dim myArray(1 to 10) as String
Dim arrayCount as String
arrayCount = Application.CountA(myArray)
Debug.Print arrayCount

What is the purpose of Order By 1 in SQL select statement?

Also see:

http://www.techonthenet.com/sql/order_by.php

For a description of order by. I learned something! :)

I've also used this in the past when I wanted to add an indeterminate number of filters to a sql statement. Sloppy I know, but it worked. :P

Gulp command not found after install

If you are on Mac run use root privilege

sudo npm install gulp-cli --global

To check if it's installed run

gulp -v

CLI version: 2.2.0 (The output)

Local version: Unknown

How to check if a double is null?

I would recommend using a Double not a double as your type then you check against null.

Best way to check if column returns a null value (from database to .net application)

System.Convert.IsDbNull][1](table.rows[0][0]);

IIRC, the (table.rows[0][0] == null) won't work, as DbNull.Value != null;

Fatal error: iostream: No such file or directory in compiling C program using GCC

Neither <iostream> nor <iostream.h> are standard C header files. Your code is meant to be C++, where <iostream> is a valid header. Use g++ (and a .cpp file extension) for C++ code.

Alternatively, this program uses mostly constructs that are available in C anyway. It's easy enough to convert the entire program to compile using a C compiler. Simply remove #include <iostream> and using namespace std;, and replace cout << endl; with putchar('\n');... I advise compiling using C99 (eg. gcc -std=c99)

CSV API for Java

The CSV format sounds easy enough for StringTokenizer but it can become more complicated. Here in Germany a semicolon is used as a delimiter and cells containing delimiters need to be escaped. You're not going to handle that easily with StringTokenizer.

I would go for http://sourceforge.net/projects/javacsv

Cast a Double Variable to Decimal

You only use the M for a numeric literal, when you cast it's just:

decimal dtot = (decimal)doubleTotal;

Note that a floating point number is not suited to keep an exact value, so if you first add numbers together and then convert to Decimal you may get rounding errors. You may want to convert the numbers to Decimal before adding them together, or make sure that the numbers aren't floating point numbers in the first place.

keyCode values for numeric keypad?

For the people that want a CTRL+C, CTRL-V solution, here you go:

    /**
     * Retrieves the number that was pressed on the keyboard.
     *
     * @param {Event} event The keypress event containing the keyCode.
     * @returns {number|null} a number between 0-9 that was pressed. Returns null if there was no numeric key pressed.
     */
    function getNumberFromKeyEvent(event) {
        if (event.keyCode >= 96 && event.keyCode <= 105) {
            return event.keyCode - 96;
        } else if (event.keyCode >= 48 && event.keyCode <= 57) {
            return event.keyCode - 48;
        }
        return null;
    }

It uses the logic of the first answer.

How to insert a line break in a SQL Server VARCHAR/NVARCHAR string

Following a Google...

Taking the code from the website:

CREATE TABLE CRLF
    (
        col1 VARCHAR(1000)
    )

INSERT CRLF SELECT 'The quick brown@'
INSERT CRLF SELECT 'fox @jumped'
INSERT CRLF SELECT '@over the '
INSERT CRLF SELECT 'log@'

SELECT col1 FROM CRLF

Returns:

col1
-----------------
The quick brown@
fox @jumped
@over the
log@

(4 row(s) affected)


UPDATE CRLF
SET col1 = REPLACE(col1, '@', CHAR(13))

Looks like it can be done by replacing a placeholder with CHAR(13)

Good question, never done it myself :)

VBA using ubound on a multidimensional array

In addition to the already excellent answers, also consider this function to retrieve both the number of dimensions and their bounds, which is similar to John's answer, but works and looks a little differently:

Function sizeOfArray(arr As Variant) As String
    Dim str As String
    Dim numDim As Integer

    numDim = NumberOfArrayDimensions(arr)
    str = "Array"

    For i = 1 To numDim
        str = str & "(" & LBound(arr, i) & " To " & UBound(arr, i)
        If Not i = numDim Then
            str = str & ", "
        Else
            str = str & ")"
        End If
    Next i

    sizeOfArray = str
End Function


Private Function NumberOfArrayDimensions(arr As Variant) As Integer
' By Chip Pearson
' http://www.cpearson.com/excel/vbaarrays.htm
Dim Ndx As Integer
Dim Res As Integer
On Error Resume Next
' Loop, increasing the dimension index Ndx, until an error occurs.
' An error will occur when Ndx exceeds the number of dimension
' in the array. Return Ndx - 1.
    Do
        Ndx = Ndx + 1
        Res = UBound(arr, Ndx)
    Loop Until Err.Number <> 0
NumberOfArrayDimensions = Ndx - 1
End Function

Example usage:

Sub arrSizeTester()
    Dim arr(1 To 2, 3 To 22, 2 To 9, 12 To 18) As Variant
    Debug.Print sizeOfArray(arr())
End Sub

And its output:

Array(1 To 2, 3 To 22, 2 To 9, 12 To 18)

Ruby 2.0.0p0 IRB warning: "DL is deprecated, please use Fiddle"

You may want to comment out the DL is deprecated, please use Fiddle warning at

C:\Ruby200\lib\ruby\2.0.0\dl.rb

since it’s annoying and you are not the irb/pry or some other gems code owner

Search for all occurrences of a string in a mysql database

SQLyog is GUI based solution to the problem of data search across all columns, tables and databases. One can customize search restricting it to field, table and databases.

In its Data Search feature one can search for strings just like one uses Google.

SQLyog Datasearch screenshot

How do I get the real .height() of a overflow: hidden or overflow: scroll div?

For more information about .scrollHeight property refer to the docs:

The Element.scrollHeight read-only attribute is a measurement of the height of an element's content, including content not visible on the screen due to overflow. The scrollHeight value is equal to the minimum clientHeight the element would require in order to fit all the content in the viewpoint without using a vertical scrollbar. It includes the element padding but not its margin.

Composer: file_put_contents(./composer.json): failed to open stream: Permission denied

In my case I don't have issues with ~/.composer.
So being inside Laravel app root folder, I did sudo chown -R $USER composer.lock and it was helpful.

How to iterate through a list of dictionaries in Jinja template?

As a sidenote to @Navaneethan 's answer, Jinja2 is able to do "regular" item selections for the list and the dictionary, given we know the key of the dictionary, or the locations of items in the list.

Data:

parent_dict = [{'A':'val1','B':'val2', 'content': [["1.1", "2.2"]]},{'A':'val3','B':'val4', 'content': [["3.3", "4.4"]]}]

in Jinja2 iteration:

{% for dict_item in parent_dict %}
   This example has {{dict_item['A']}} and {{dict_item['B']}}:
       with the content --
       {% for item in dict_item['content'] %}{{item[0]}} and {{item[1]}}{% endfor %}.
{% endfor %}

The rendered output:

This example has val1 and val2:
    with the content --
    1.1 and 2.2.

This example has val3 and val4:
   with the content --
   3.3 and 4.4.

How can I implement custom Action Bar with custom buttons in Android?

Please write following code in menu.xml file:

<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
      xmlns:my_menu_tutorial_app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
      xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
      tools:context="com.example.mymenus.menu_app.MainActivity">
<item android:id="@+id/item_one"
      android:icon="@drawable/menu_icon"
      android:orderInCategory="l01"
      android:title="Item One"
      my_menu_tutorial_app:showAsAction="always">
      <!--sub-menu-->
      <menu>
          <item android:id="@+id/sub_one"
                android:title="Sub-menu item one" />
          <item android:id="@+id/sub_two"
                android:title="Sub-menu item two" />
      </menu>

Also write this java code in activity class file:

public boolean onOptionsItemSelected(MenuItem item)
{
    super.onOptionsItemSelected(item);
    Toast.makeText(this, "Menus item selected: " +
        item.getTitle(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
    switch (item.getItemId())
    {
        case R.id.sub_one:
            isItemOneSelected = true;
            supportInvalidateOptionsMenu();
            return true;
        case MENU_ITEM + 1:
            isRemoveItem = true;
            supportInvalidateOptionsMenu();
            return true;
        default:
            return false;
    }
}

This is the easiest way to display menus in action bar.

AngularJS ng-if with multiple conditions

OR operator:

<div ng-repeat="k in items">
    <div ng-if="k || 'a' or k == 'b'">
        <!-- SOME CONTENT -->
    </div>
</div>

Even though it is simple enough to read, I hope as a developer you are use better names than 'a' 'k' 'b' etc..

For Example:

<div class="links-group" ng-repeat="group in groups" ng-show="!group.hidden">
    <li ng-if="user.groups.admin || group.title == 'Home Pages'"> 
        <!--Content-->
    </li>
</div>

Another OR example

<p ng-if="group.title != 'Dispatcher News' or group.title != 'Coordinator News'" style="padding: 5px;">No links in group.</p>

AND operator (For those stumbling across this stackoverflow answer looking for an AND instead of OR condition)

<div class="links-group" ng-repeat="group in groups" ng-show="!group.hidden">
    <li ng-if="user.groups.admin && group.title == 'Home Pages'"> 
        <!--Content-->
    </li>
</div>

Error in installation a R package

I had the same problem with e1071 package. Just close any other R sessions running parallelly and you will be good to go.

Shortcut for changing font size

Ctrl + Alt + MouseWheel will work in Visual Studio 2015.

How to break line in JavaScript?

I was facing the same problem. For my solution, I added br enclosed between 2 brackets < > enclosed in double quotation marks, and preceded and followed by the + sign:

+"<br>"+

Try this in your browser and see, it certainly works in my Internet Explorer.

How to change the decimal separator of DecimalFormat from comma to dot/point?

public String getGermanCurrencyFormat(double value) {
    NumberFormat nf = NumberFormat.getNumberInstance(Locale.GERMAN);
    nf.setGroupingUsed(true);
    return "€ " + nf.format(value);
}

ORA-00942: table or view does not exist (works when a separate sql, but does not work inside a oracle function)

Either u dont have permission to that schema/table OR table does exist. Mostly this issue occurred if you are using other schema tables in your stored procedures. Eg. If you are running Stored Procedure from user/schema ABC and in the same PL/SQL there are tables which is from user/schema XYZ. In this case ABC should have GRANT i.e. privileges of XYZ tables

Grant All On To ABC;

Select * From Dba_Tab_Privs Where Owner = 'XYZ'and Table_Name = <Table_Name>;

DNS problem, nslookup works, ping doesn't

I have the same issue with IIS running on my home server, on the client machine a command like ipconfig /flushdns usually solves the problem.

Can't specify the 'async' modifier on the 'Main' method of a console app

I'll add an important feature that all of the other answers have overlooked: cancellation.

One of the big things in TPL is cancellation support, and console apps have a method of cancellation built in (CTRL+C). It's very simple to bind them together. This is how I structure all of my async console apps:

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    CancellationTokenSource cts = new CancellationTokenSource();
    
    System.Console.CancelKeyPress += (s, e) =>
    {
        e.Cancel = true;
        cts.Cancel();
    };

    MainAsync(args, cts.Token).GetAwaiter.GetResult();
}

static async Task MainAsync(string[] args, CancellationToken token)
{
    ...
}

How to get the current branch name in Git?

I know this is late but on a linux/mac ,from the terminal you can use the following.

git status | sed -n 1p

Explanation:

git status -> gets the working tree status
sed -n 1p -> gets the first line from the status body

Response to the above command will look as follows:

"On branch your_branch_name"

Define css class in django Forms

Expanding on the method pointed to at docs.djangoproject.com:

class MyForm(forms.Form): 
    comment = forms.CharField(
            widget=forms.TextInput(attrs={'size':'40'}))

I thought it was troublesome to have to know the native widget type for every field, and thought it funny to override the default just to put a class name on a form field. This seems to work for me:

class MyForm(forms.Form): 
    #This instantiates the field w/ the default widget
    comment = forms.CharField()

    #We only override the part we care about
    comment.widget.attrs['size'] = '40'

This seems a little cleaner to me.

How to remove leading and trailing whitespace in a MySQL field?

I needed to trim the values in a primary key column that had first and last names, so I did not want to trim all white space as that would remove the space between the first and last name, which I needed to keep. What worked for me was...

UPDATE `TABLE` SET `FIELD`= TRIM(FIELD);

or

UPDATE 'TABLE' SET 'FIELD' = RTRIM(FIELD);

or

UPDATE 'TABLE' SET 'FIELD' = LTRIM(FIELD);

Note that the first instance of FIELD is in single quotes but the second is not in quotes at all. I had to do it this way or it gave me a syntax error saying it was a duplicate primary key when I had both in quotes.

Change variable name in for loop using R

Another option is using eval and parse, as in

d = 5
for (i in 1:10){
     eval(parse(text = paste('a', 1:10, ' = d + rnorm(3)', sep='')[i]))
}

How to draw a checkmark / tick using CSS?

I suggest to use a tick symbol not draw it. Or use webfonts which are free for example: fontello[dot]com You can than replace the tick symbol with a web font glyph.

Lists

ul {padding: 0;}
li {list-style: none}
li:before {
  display:inline-block;
  vertical-align: top;
  line-height: 1em;
  width: 1em;
  height:1em;
  margin-right: 0.3em;
  text-align: center;
  content: '?';
  color: #999;
}

See here: http://jsfiddle.net/hpmW7/3/

Checkboxes

You even have web fonts with tick symbol glyphs and CSS 3 animations. For IE8 you would need to apply a polyfill since it does not understand :checked.

input[type="checkbox"] {
  clip: rect(1px, 1px, 1px, 1px);
  left: -9999px;
  position: absolute !important;
}
label:before,
input[type="checkbox"]:checked + label:before {
  content:'';
  display:inline-block;
  vertical-align: top;
  line-height: 1em;
  border: 1px solid #999;
  border-radius: 0.3em;
  width: 1em;
  height:1em;
  margin-right: 0.3em;
  text-align: center;
}
input[type="checkbox"]:checked + label:before {
  content: '?';
  color: green;
}

See the JS fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/VzvFE/37

C/C++ maximum stack size of program

(Added 26 Sept. 2020)

On 24 Oct. 2009, as @pixelbeat first pointed out here, Bruno Haible empirically discovered the following default thread stack sizes for several systems. He said that in a multithreaded program, "the default thread stack size is:"

- glibc i386, x86_64    7.4 MB
- Tru64 5.1             5.2 MB
- Cygwin                1.8 MB
- Solaris 7..10           1 MB
- MacOS X 10.5          460 KB
- AIX 5                  98 KB
- OpenBSD 4.0            64 KB
- HP-UX 11               16 KB

Note that the above units are all in MB and KB (base 1000 numbers), NOT MiB and KiB (base 1024 numbers). I've proven this to myself by verifying the 7.4 MB case.

He also stated that:

32 KB is more than you can safely allocate on the stack in a multithreaded program

And he said:

And the default stack size for sigaltstack, SIGSTKSZ, is

  • only 16 KB on some platforms: IRIX, OSF/1, Haiku.
  • only 8 KB on some platforms: glibc, NetBSD, OpenBSD, HP-UX, Solaris.
  • only 4 KB on some platforms: AIX.

Bruno

He wrote the following simple Linux C program to empirically determine the above values. You can run it on your system today to quickly see what your maximum thread stack size is, or you can run it online on GDBOnline here: https://onlinegdb.com/rkO9JnaHD.

Explanation: It simply creates a single new thread, so as to check the thread stack size and NOT the program stack size, in case they differ, then it has that thread repeatedly allocate 128 bytes of memory on the stack (NOT the heap), using the Linux alloca() call, after which it writes a 0 to the first byte of this new memory block, and then it prints out how many total bytes it has allocated. It repeats this process, allocating 128 more bytes on the stack each time, until the program crashes with a Segmentation fault (core dumped) error. The last value printed is the estimated maximum thread stack size allowed for your system.

Important note: alloca() allocates on the stack: even though this looks like dynamic memory allocation onto the heap, similar to a malloc() call, alloca() does NOT dynamically allocate onto the heap. Rather, alloca() is a specialized Linux function to "pseudo-dynamically" (I'm not sure what I'd call this, so that's the term I chose) allocate directly onto the stack as though it was statically-allocated memory. Stack memory used and returned by alloca() is scoped at the function-level, and is therefore "automatically freed when the function that called alloca() returns to its caller." That's why its static scope isn't exited and memory allocated by alloca() is NOT freed each time a for loop iteration is completed and the end of the for loop scope is reached. See man 3 alloca for details. Here's the pertinent quote (emphasis added):

DESCRIPTION
The alloca() function allocates size bytes of space in the stack frame of the caller. This temporary space is automatically freed when the function that called alloca() returns to its caller.

RETURN VALUE
The alloca() function returns a pointer to the beginning of the allocated space. If the allocation causes stack overflow, program behavior is undefined.

Here is Bruno Haible's program from 24 Oct. 2009, copied directly from the GNU mailing list here:

Again, you can run it live online here.

// By Bruno Haible
// 24 Oct. 2009
// Source: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-coreutils/2009-10/msg00262.html

// =============== Program for determining the default thread stack size =========

#include <alloca.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <stdio.h>
void* threadfunc (void*p) {
  int n = 0;
  for (;;) {
    printf("Allocated %d bytes\n", n);
    fflush(stdout);
    n += 128;
    *((volatile char *) alloca(128)) = 0;
  }
}

int main()
{
  pthread_t thread;
  pthread_create(&thread, NULL, threadfunc, NULL);
  for (;;) {}
}

When I run it on GDBOnline using the link above, I get the exact same results each time I run it, as both a C and a C++17 program. It takes about 10 seconds or so to run. Here are the last several lines of the output:

Allocated 7449856 bytes
Allocated 7449984 bytes
Allocated 7450112 bytes
Allocated 7450240 bytes
Allocated 7450368 bytes
Allocated 7450496 bytes
Allocated 7450624 bytes
Allocated 7450752 bytes
Allocated 7450880 bytes
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

So, the thread stack size is ~7.45 MB for this system, as Bruno mentioned above (7.4 MB).

I've made a few changes to the program, mostly just for clarity, but also for efficiency, and a bit for learning.

Summary of my changes:

  1. [learning] I passed in BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP as an argument to the threadfunc() just for practice passing in and using generic void* arguments in C.

  2. [efficiency] I made the main thread sleep instead of wastefully spinning.

  3. [clarity] I added more-verbose variable names, such as BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP and bytes_allocated.

  4. [clarity] I changed this:

     *((volatile char *) alloca(128)) = 0;
    

    to this:

     volatile uint8_t * byte_buff = 
             (volatile uint8_t *)alloca(BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP);
     byte_buff[0] = 0;
    

Here is my modified test program, which does exactly the same thing as Bruno's, and even has the same results:

You can run it online here, or download it from my repo here. If you choose to run it locally from my repo, here's the build and run commands I used for testing:

  1. Build and run it as a C program:

     mkdir -p bin && \
     gcc -Wall -Werror -g3 -O3 -std=c11 -pthread -o bin/tmp \
     onlinegdb--empirically_determine_max_thread_stack_size_GS_version.c && \
     time bin/tmp
    
  2. Build and run it as a C++ program:

     mkdir -p bin && \
     g++ -Wall -Werror -g3 -O3 -std=c++17 -pthread -o bin/tmp \
     onlinegdb--empirically_determine_max_thread_stack_size_GS_version.c && \
     time bin/tmp
    

It takes < 0.5 seconds to run locally on a fast computer with a thread stack size of ~7.4 MB.

Here's the program:

// =============== Program for determining the default thread stack size =========

// Modified by Gabriel Staples, 26 Sept. 2020

// Originally by Bruno Haible
// 24 Oct. 2009
// Source: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-coreutils/2009-10/msg00262.html

#include <alloca.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <unistd.h> // sleep

/// Thread function to repeatedly allocate memory within a thread, printing
/// the total memory allocated each time, until the program crashes. The last
/// value printed before the crash indicates how big a thread's stack size is.
void* threadfunc(void* bytes_to_allocate_each_loop)
{
    const uint32_t BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP =
            *(uint32_t*)bytes_to_allocate_each_loop;

    uint32_t bytes_allocated = 0;
    while (true)
    {
        printf("bytes_allocated = %u\n", bytes_allocated);
        fflush(stdout);
        // NB: it appears that you don't necessarily need `volatile` here,
        // but you DO definitely need to actually use (ex: write to) the
        // memory allocated by `alloca()`, as we do below, or else the
        // `alloca()` call does seem to get optimized out on some systems,
        // making this whole program just run infinitely forever without
        // ever hitting the expected segmentation fault.
        volatile uint8_t * byte_buff =
                (volatile uint8_t *)alloca(BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP);
        byte_buff[0] = 0;
        bytes_allocated += BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP;
    }
}

int main()
{
    const uint32_t BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP = 128;

    pthread_t thread;
    pthread_create(&thread, NULL, threadfunc,
                   (void*)(&BYTES_TO_ALLOCATE_EACH_LOOP));
    while (true)
    {
        const unsigned int SLEEP_SEC = 10000;
        sleep(SLEEP_SEC);
    }

    return 0;
}

Sample output (same results as Bruno Haible's original program):

bytes_allocated = 7450240                                                                                                                                                        
bytes_allocated = 7450368                                                                                                                                                        
bytes_allocated = 7450496                                                                                                                                                        
bytes_allocated = 7450624                                                                                                                                                        
bytes_allocated = 7450752                                                                                                                                                        
bytes_allocated = 7450880                                                                                                                                                        
Segmentation fault (core dumped)