Programs & Examples On #Git remote

git-remote is a command used to manage the set of tracked remote repositories.

How do I push a new local branch to a remote Git repository and track it too?

I made an alias so that whenever I create a new branch, it will push and track the remote branch accordingly. I put following chunk into the .bash_profile file:

# Create a new branch, push to origin and track that remote branch
publishBranch() {
  git checkout -b $1
  git push -u origin $1
}
alias gcb=publishBranch

Usage: just type gcb thuy/do-sth-kool with thuy/do-sth-kool is my new branch name.

How to change the URI (URL) for a remote Git repository?

You can

git remote set-url origin new.git.url/here

(see git help remote) or you can edit .git/config and change the URLs there. You're not in any danger of losing history unless you do something very silly (and if you're worried, just make a copy of your repo, since your repo is your history.)

How do I delete a Git branch locally and remotely?

Here is a mashup of all the other answers. It requires Ruby 1.9.3+ and is tested only on OS X.

Call this file git-remove, make it executable, and put it in your path. Then use, for example, git remove temp.

#!/usr/bin/env ruby
require 'io/console'

if __FILE__ == $0
      branch_name = ARGV[0] if (ARGV[0])
      print "Press Y to force delete local and remote branch #{branch_name}..."
    response = STDIN.getch
    if ['Y', 'y', 'yes'].include?(response)
      puts "\nContinuing."
      `git branch -D #{branch_name}`
      `git branch -D -r origin/#{branch_name}`
      `git push origin --delete #{branch_name}`
    else
      puts "\nQuitting."
    end
end

Git branching: master vs. origin/master vs. remotes/origin/master

I would try to make @ErichBSchulz's answer simpler for beginners:

  • origin/master is the state of master branch on remote repository
  • master is the state of master branch on local repository

error: src refspec master does not match any

FWIW, ran into same error, but believe it came about due to the following sequence of events:

  • Remote Git repo was created with master branch.
  • Local clone was then created.
  • Remote Git repo was then modified to include a dev branch, which was defined as the default branch, in conjunction with permissions added to the master branch preventing changes without a pull request.
  • Code updates occurred in the local clone, ready to be pushed to the remote repo.

Then, when attempting to push changes from the local to the remote, received error "src refspec master does not match any", or when attempting to push to dev, "src refspec dev does not match any".

Because changes were pending in the local clone, I did not want to blast it and refresh. So, fixed the issue by renaming the local branch to dev...

$ git branch -m dev

...followed by the normal push of git push origin dev, which worked this time without throwing the aforementioned error.

What does '--set-upstream' do?

git branch --set-upstream <remote-branch>

sets the default remote branch for the current local branch.

Any future git pull command (with the current local branch checked-out),
will attempt to bring in commits from the <remote-branch> into the current local branch.


One way to avoid having to explicitly type --set-upstream is to use its shorthand flag -u as follows:

git push -u origin local-branch

This sets the upstream association for any future push/pull attempts automatically.
For more details, checkout this detailed explanation about upstream branches and tracking.


To avoid confusion, recent versions of git deprecate this somewhat ambiguous --set-upstream option in favour of a more verbose --set-upstream-to option with identical syntax and behaviour

git branch --set-upstream-to <origin/remote-branch>

How can I determine the URL that a local Git repository was originally cloned from?

With Git 2.7 (release January 5th, 2015), you have a more coherent solution using git remote:

git remote get-url origin

(nice pendant of git remote set-url origin <newurl>)

See commit 96f78d3 (16 Sep 2015) by Ben Boeckel (mathstuf).
(Merged by Junio C Hamano -- gitster -- in commit e437cbd, 05 Oct 2015):

remote: add get-url subcommand

Expanding insteadOf is a part of ls-remote --url and there is no way to expand pushInsteadOf as well.
Add a get-url subcommand to be able to query both as well as a way to get all configured URLs.

get-url:

Retrieves the URLs for a remote.
Configurations for insteadOf and pushInsteadOf are expanded here.
By default, only the first URL is listed.

  • With '--push', push URLs are queried rather than fetch URLs.
  • With '--all', all URLs for the remote will be listed.

Before git 2.7, you had:

 git config --get remote.[REMOTE].url
 git ls-remote --get-url [REMOTE]
 git remote show [REMOTE]

Change a Git remote HEAD to point to something besides master

Related to the question, I ended up here when searching for:

How do I make a local repo aware of a changed default branch on GitHub

For completeness, adding the answer:

git remote set-head origin -a

Remote origin already exists on 'git push' to a new repository

I got the same issue, and here is how I fixed it after doing some research:

  1. Download GitHub for Windows or use something similar, which includes a shell
  2. Open the Git Shell from task menu. This will open a power shell including Git commands.
  3. In the shell, switch to your old repository, e.g. cd C:\path\to\old\repository
  4. Show status of the old repository

  5. Now remove the remote repository from local repository by using

    git remote rm origin
    
  6. Check again with step 4. It should show origin only, instead of the fetch and push path.

  7. Now that your old remote repository is disconnected, you can add the new remote repository. Use the following to connect to your new repository.

Note: In case you are using Bitbucket, you would create a project on Bitbucket first. After creation, Bitbucket will display all required Git commands to push your repository to remote, which look similar to the next code snippet. However, this works for other repositories, too.

cd /path/to/my/repo # If haven't done yet
git remote add mynewrepo https://[email protected]/team-or-user-name/myproject.git
git push -u mynewrepo master # To push changes for the first time

That's it.

How to pull remote branch from somebody else's repo

The following is a nice expedient solution that works with GitHub for checking out the PR branch from another user's fork. You need to know the pull request ID (which GitHub displays along with the PR title).

Example:

Fixing your insecure code #8
alice wants to merge 1 commit into your_repo:master from her_repo:branch

git checkout -b <branch>
git pull origin pull/8/head

Substitute your remote if different from origin.
Substitute 8 with the correct pull request ID.

fatal: does not appear to be a git repository

I had a similar problem when using TFS 2017. I was not able to push or pull GIT repositories. Eventually I reinstalled TFS 2017, making sure that I installed TFS 2017 with an SSH Port different from 22 (in my case, I chose 8022). After that, push and pull became possible against TFS using SSH.

git remote prune – didn't show as many pruned branches as I expected

When you use git push origin :staleStuff, it automatically removes origin/staleStuff, so when you ran git remote prune origin, you have pruned some branch that was removed by someone else. It's more likely that your co-workers now need to run git prune to get rid of branches you have removed.


So what exactly git remote prune does? Main idea: local branches (not tracking branches) are not touched by git remote prune command and should be removed manually.

Now, a real-world example for better understanding:

You have a remote repository with 2 branches: master and feature. Let's assume that you are working on both branches, so as a result you have these references in your local repository (full reference names are given to avoid any confusion):

  • refs/heads/master (short name master)
  • refs/heads/feature (short name feature)
  • refs/remotes/origin/master (short name origin/master)
  • refs/remotes/origin/feature (short name origin/feature)

Now, a typical scenario:

  1. Some other developer finishes all work on the feature, merges it into master and removes feature branch from remote repository.
  2. By default, when you do git fetch (or git pull), no references are removed from your local repository, so you still have all those 4 references.
  3. You decide to clean them up, and run git remote prune origin.
  4. git detects that feature branch no longer exists, so refs/remotes/origin/feature is a stale branch which should be removed.
  5. Now you have 3 references, including refs/heads/feature, because git remote prune does not remove any refs/heads/* references.

It is possible to identify local branches, associated with remote tracking branches, by branch.<branch_name>.merge configuration parameter. This parameter is not really required for anything to work (probably except git pull), so it might be missing.

(updated with example & useful info from comments)

Find out which remote branch a local branch is tracking

Two choices:

% git rev-parse --abbrev-ref --symbolic-full-name @{u}
origin/mainline

or

% git for-each-ref --format='%(upstream:short)' "$(git symbolic-ref -q HEAD)"
origin/mainline

How to connect to a remote Git repository?

To me it sounds like the simplest way to expose your git repository on the server (which seems to be a Windows machine) would be to share it as a network resource.

Right click the folder "MY_GIT_REPOSITORY" and select "Sharing". This will give you the ability to share your git repository as a network resource on your local network. Make sure you give the correct users the ability to write to that share (will be needed when you and your co-workers push to the repository).

The URL for the remote that you want to configure would probably end up looking something like file://\\\\189.14.666.666\MY_GIT_REPOSITORY

If you wish to use any other protocol (e.g. HTTP, SSH) you'll have to install additional server software that includes servers for these protocols. In lieu of these the file sharing method is probably the easiest in your case right now.

How to add a local repo and treat it as a remote repo

If your goal is to keep a local copy of the repository for easy backup or for sticking onto an external drive or sharing via cloud storage (Dropbox, etc) you may want to use a bare repository. This allows you to create a copy of the repository without a working directory, optimized for sharing.

For example:

$ git init --bare ~/repos/myproject.git
$ cd /path/to/existing/repo
$ git remote add origin ~/repos/myproject.git
$ git push origin master

Similarly you can clone as if this were a remote repo:

$ git clone ~/repos/myproject.git

Why does Git tell me "No such remote 'origin'" when I try to push to origin?

The following simple steps help me:

First, initialize the repository to work with Git, so that any file changes are tracked:

git init

Then, check that the remote repository that you want to associate with the alias origin exists, if not create it in git first.

$ git ls-remote https://github.com/repo-owner/repo-name.git/

If it exists, associate it with the remote "origin":

git remote add origin https://github.com:/repo-owner/repo-name.git

and check to which URL, the remote "origin" belongs to by using git remote -v:

$ git remote -v
origin  https://github.com:/repo-owner/repo-name.git (fetch)
origin  https://github.com:/repo-owner/repo-name.git (push)

Next, verify if your origin is properly aliased as follows:

$ cat ./.git/config
:
[remote "origin"]
        url = https://github.com:/repo-owner/repo-name.git
        fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
:

You need to see this section [remote "origin"]. You can consider to use GitHub Desktop available for both Windows and MacOS, which help me to automatically populate the missing section/s in ~./git/config file OR you can manually add it, not great, but hey it works!

[Optional]
You might also want to change the origin alias to make it more intuitive, especially if you are working with multiple origin:

git remote rename origin mynewalias

or even remove it:

git remote rm origin

Finally, on your first push, if you want master in that repository to be your default upstream. you may want to add the -u parameter

git add .
git commit -m 'First commit'
git push -u origin master

Changing the Git remote 'push to' default

Very simply, and cobbling together some of the great comments here along with my own research into this.

First, check out the local branch you want to tie to your remote branch:

git checkout mybranch

Next:

git branch -u origin/mybranch

where:

git branch -u {remote name}/{branch name}

You should get a message:

"Branch mybranch set up to track remote branch mybranch from origin."

Git - What is the difference between push.default "matching" and "simple"

From GIT documentation: Git Docs

Below gives the full information. In short, simple will only push the current working branch and even then only if it also has the same name on the remote. This is a very good setting for beginners and will become the default in GIT 2.0

Whereas matching will push all branches locally that have the same name on the remote. (Without regard to your current working branch ). This means potentially many different branches will be pushed, including those that you might not even want to share.

In my personal usage, I generally use a different option: current which pushes the current working branch, (because I always branch for any changes). But for a beginner I'd suggest simple

push.default
Defines the action git push should take if no refspec is explicitly given. Different values are well-suited for specific workflows; for instance, in a purely central workflow (i.e. the fetch source is equal to the push destination), upstream is probably what you want. Possible values are:

nothing - do not push anything (error out) unless a refspec is explicitly given. This is primarily meant for people who want to avoid mistakes by always being explicit.

current - push the current branch to update a branch with the same name on the receiving end. Works in both central and non-central workflows.

upstream - push the current branch back to the branch whose changes are usually integrated into the current branch (which is called @{upstream}). This mode only makes sense if you are pushing to the same repository you would normally pull from (i.e. central workflow).

simple - in centralized workflow, work like upstream with an added safety to refuse to push if the upstream branch's name is different from the local one.

When pushing to a remote that is different from the remote you normally pull from, work as current. This is the safest option and is suited for beginners.

This mode will become the default in Git 2.0.

matching - push all branches having the same name on both ends. This makes the repository you are pushing to remember the set of branches that will be pushed out (e.g. if you always push maint and master there and no other branches, the repository you push to will have these two branches, and your local maint and master will be pushed there).

To use this mode effectively, you have to make sure all the branches you would push out are ready to be pushed out before running git push, as the whole point of this mode is to allow you to push all of the branches in one go. If you usually finish work on only one branch and push out the result, while other branches are unfinished, this mode is not for you. Also this mode is not suitable for pushing into a shared central repository, as other people may add new branches there, or update the tip of existing branches outside your control.

This is currently the default, but Git 2.0 will change the default to simple.

How to update a git clone --mirror?

Regarding commits, refs, branches and "et cetera", Magnus answer just works (git remote update).

But unfortunately there is no way to clone / mirror / update the hooks, as I wanted...

I have found this very interesting thread about cloning/mirroring the hooks:

http://kerneltrap.org/mailarchive/git/2007/8/28/256180/thread

I learned:

  • The hooks are not considered part of the repository contents.

  • There is more data, like the .git/description folder, which does not get cloned, just as the hooks.

  • The default hooks that appear in the hooks dir comes from the TEMPLATE_DIR

  • There is this interesting template feature on git.

So, I may either ignore this "clone the hooks thing", or go for a rsync strategy, given the purposes of my mirror (backup + source for other clones, only).

Well... I will just forget about hooks cloning, and stick to the git remote update way.

  • Sehe has just pointed out that not only "hooks" aren't managed by the clone / update process, but also stashes, rerere, etc... So, for a strict backup, rsync or equivalent would really be the way to go. As this is not really necessary in my case (I can afford not having hooks, stashes, and so on), like I said, I will stick to the remote update.

Thanks! Improved a bit of my own "git-fu"... :-)

Git: How to remove remote origin from Git repo

perhaps I am late you can use git remote remove origin it will do the job.

How can I find the location of origin/master in git, and how do I change it?

I was wondering the same thing about my repo. In my case I had an old remote that I wasn't pushing to anymore so I needed to remove it.

Get list of remotes:

git remote

Remove the one that you don't need

git remote rm {insert remote to remove}

Git push error: "origin does not appear to be a git repository"

When you create a repository in bitbucket.org, it gives you instructions on how to set up your local directory. Chances are, you just forgot to run the code:

git remote add origin https://[email protected]/username/reponame.git

fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git

The command has to be entered in the directory of the repository. The error is complaining that your current directory isn't a git repo

  1. Are you in the right directory? Does typing ls show the right files?
  2. Have you initialized the repository yet? Typed git init? (git-init documentation)

Either of those would cause your error.

What characters do I need to escape in XML documents?

Only < and & are required to be escaped if they are to be treated character data and not markup:

2.4 Character Data and Markup

Infinity symbol with HTML

Infinity is a reserved character in HTML. Following are its values in various forms.

  • Hex : 8734
  • Decimal : 221E
  • Entity : &infin;

To use in html code

_x000D_
_x000D_
<p>The html symbol is &#8734; </p>_x000D_
<p>The html symbol is &#x221E; </p>_x000D_
<p>The html symbol is &infin; </p>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Reference : HTML Symbols - HTML Infinity Symbol

Excel VBA Run Time Error '424' object required

Simply remove the .value from your code.

Set envFrmwrkPath = ActiveSheet.Range("D6").Value

instead of this, use:

Set envFrmwrkPath = ActiveSheet.Range("D6")

Capturing browser logs with Selenium WebDriver using Java

A less elegant solution is taking the log 'manually' from the user data dir:

  1. Set the user data dir to a fixed place:

    options = new ChromeOptions();
    capabilities = DesiredCapabilities.chrome();
    options.addArguments("user-data-dir=/your_path/");
    capabilities.setCapability(ChromeOptions.CAPABILITY, options);
    
  2. Get the text from the log file chrome_debug.log located in the path you've entered above.

I use this method since RemoteWebDriver had problems getting the console logs remotely. If you run your test locally that can be easy to retrieve.

How can I get key's value from dictionary in Swift?

For finding value use below

if let a = companies["AAPL"] {
   // a is the value
}

For traversing through the dictionary

for (key, value) in companies {
    print(key,"---", value)
}

Finally for searching key by value you firstly add the extension

extension Dictionary where Value: Equatable {
    func findKey(forValue val: Value) -> Key? {
        return first(where: { $1 == val })?.key
    }
}

Then just call

companies.findKey(val : "Apple Inc")

How to make use of ng-if , ng-else in angularJS

There is no directive for ng-else

You can use ng-if to achieve if(){..} else{..} in angularJs.

For your current situation,

<div ng-if="data.id == 5">
<!-- If block -->
</div>
<div ng-if="data.id != 5">
<!-- Your Else Block -->
</div>

How can I enable the Windows Server Task Scheduler History recording?

The adjustment in the Task Scheduler app actually just controls the enabled state of a certain event log, so you can equivalently adjust the Task Scheduler "history" mode via the Windows command line:

wevtutil set-log Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler/Operational /enabled:true

To check the current state:

wevtutil get-log Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler/Operational

For the keystroke-averse, here are the slightly abbreviated versions of the above:

wevtutil sl Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler/Operational /e:true
wevtutil gl Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler/Operational

sudo: npm: command not found

My solution is:

sudo -E env "PATH=$PATH" n stable

Works fine for me.

Found it here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/29400598/861615

This happens because you have change default global packages directory

How to convert webpage into PDF by using Python

here is the one working fine:

import sys 
from PyQt4.QtCore import *
from PyQt4.QtGui import * 
from PyQt4.QtWebKit import * 

app = QApplication(sys.argv)
web = QWebView()
web.load(QUrl("http://www.yahoo.com"))
printer = QPrinter()
printer.setPageSize(QPrinter.A4)
printer.setOutputFormat(QPrinter.PdfFormat)
printer.setOutputFileName("fileOK.pdf")

def convertIt():
    web.print_(printer)
    print("Pdf generated")
    QApplication.exit()

QObject.connect(web, SIGNAL("loadFinished(bool)"), convertIt)
sys.exit(app.exec_())

How do I determine if a checkbox is checked?

The line where you define lfckv is run whenever the browser finds it. When you put it into the head of your document, the browser tries to find lifecheck id before the lifecheck element is created. You must add your script below the lifecheck input in order for your code to work.

How to set Bullet colors in UL/LI html lists via CSS without using any images or span tags

A variation of Lea Verou solution with perfect indentation in multi-line entries could be something like this:

ul{
    list-style: none;
    position: relative;
    padding: 0;
    margin: 0;
}

li{
    padding-left: 1.5em; 
}

li:before {
    position: absolute;
    content: "•";
    color: red;
    left: 0;
}

How to iterate over the file in python

You should learn about EAFP vs LBYL.

from sys import stdin, stdout
def main(infile=stdin, outfile=stdout):
    if isinstance(infile, basestring):
        infile=open(infile,'r')
    if isinstance(outfile, basestring):
        outfile=open(outfile,'w')
    for lineno, line in enumerate(infile, 1):
        line = line.strip()
         try:
             print >>outfile, int(line,16)
         except ValueError:
             return "Bad value at line %i: %r" % (lineno, line)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    from sys import argv, exit
    exit(main(*argv[1:]))

need to add a class to an element

You probably need something like:

result.className = 'red'; 

In pure JavaScript you should use className to deal with classes. jQuery has an abstraction called addClass for it.

Count number of files within a directory in Linux?

this is one:

ls -l . | egrep -c '^-'

Note:

ls -1 | wc -l

Which means: ls: list files in dir

-1: (that's a ONE) only one entry per line. Change it to -1a if you want hidden files too

|: pipe output onto...

wc: "wordcount"

-l: count lines.

How do you remove an invalid remote branch reference from Git?

git push public :master

This would delete the remote branch named master as Kent Fredric has pointed out.

To list remote-tracking branches:

git branch -r

To delete a remote-tracking branch:

git branch -rd public/master

GDB: break if variable equal value

in addition to a watchpoint nested inside a breakpoint you can also set a single breakpoint on the 'filename:line_number' and use a condition. I find it sometimes easier.

(gdb) break iter.c:6 if i == 5
Breakpoint 2 at 0x4004dc: file iter.c, line 6.
(gdb) c
Continuing.
0
1
2
3
4

Breakpoint 2, main () at iter.c:6
6           printf("%d\n", i);

If like me you get tired of line numbers changing, you can add a label then set the breakpoint on the label like so:

#include <stdio.h>
main()
{ 
     int i = 0;
     for(i=0;i<7;++i) {
       looping:
        printf("%d\n", i);
     }
     return 0;
}

(gdb) break main:looping if i == 5

Spring Hibernate - Could not obtain transaction-synchronized Session for current thread

I added these configuration in web.xml and it works well for me!

<filter>
    <filter-name>OpenSessionInViewFilter</filter-name>
    <filter-class>org.springframework.orm.hibernate5.support.OpenSessionInViewFilter</filter-class>
    <init-param>
        <param-name>sessionFactoryBeanName</param-name>
        <param-value>sessionFactory</param-value>
    </init-param>
    <init-param>
        <param-name>flushMode</param-name>
        <param-value>AUTO</param-value>
    </init-param>
</filter>
<filter-mapping>
    <filter-name>OpenSessionInViewFilter</filter-name>
    <url-pattern>/*</url-pattern>
</filter-mapping>

Additionally, the most ranked answer give me clues to prevent application from panic at the first run.

Is it possible to embed animated GIFs in PDFs?

It's not really possible. You could, but if you're going to it would be useless without appropriate plugins. You'd be better using some other form. PDF's are used to have a consolidated output to printers and the screen, so animations won't work without other resources, and then it's not really a PDF.

Splitting a string into separate variables

It is important to note the following difference between the two techniques:

$Str="This is the<BR />source string<BR />ALL RIGHT"
$Str.Split("<BR />")
This
is
the
(multiple blank lines)
source
string
(multiple blank lines)
ALL
IGHT
$Str -Split("<BR />")
This is the
source string
ALL RIGHT 

From this you can see that the string.split() method:

  • performs a case sensitive split (note that "ALL RIGHT" his split on the "R" but "broken" is not split on the "r")
  • treats the string as a list of possible characters to split on

While the -split operator:

  • performs a case-insensitive comparison
  • only splits on the whole string

Running Node.Js on Android

J2V8 is best solution of your problem. It's run Nodejs application on jvm(java and android).

J2V8 is Java Bindings for V8, But Node.js integration is available in J2V8 (version 4.4.0)

Github : https://github.com/eclipsesource/J2V8

Example : http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/2016/07/20/running-node-js-on-the-jvm/

D3 Appending Text to a SVG Rectangle

A rect can't contain a text element. Instead transform a g element with the location of text and rectangle, then append both the rectangle and the text to it:

var bar = chart.selectAll("g")
    .data(data)
  .enter().append("g")
    .attr("transform", function(d, i) { return "translate(0," + i * barHeight + ")"; });

bar.append("rect")
    .attr("width", x)
    .attr("height", barHeight - 1);

bar.append("text")
    .attr("x", function(d) { return x(d) - 3; })
    .attr("y", barHeight / 2)
    .attr("dy", ".35em")
    .text(function(d) { return d; });

http://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/7341714

Multi-line labels are also a little tricky, you might want to check out this wrap function.

flutter corner radius with transparent background

Three related packages for covering this issue with many advanced options are:

u'\ufeff' in Python string

This problem arise basically when you save your python code in a UTF-8 or UTF-16 encoding because python add some special character at the beginning of the code automatically (which is not shown by the text editors) to identify the encoding format. But, when you try to execute the code it gives you the syntax error in line 1 i.e, start of code because python compiler understands ASCII encoding. when you view the code of file using read() function you can see at the begin of the returned code '\ufeff' is shown. The one simplest solution to this problem is just by changing the encoding back to ASCII encoding(for this you can copy your code to a notepad and save it Remember! choose the ASCII encoding... Hope this will help.

Finding row index containing maximum value using R

How about the following, where y is the name of your matrix and you are looking for the maximum in the entire matrix:

row(y)[y==max(y)]

if you want to extract the row:

y[row(y)[y==max(y)],] # this returns unsorted rows.

To return sorted rows use:

y[sort(row(y)[y==max(y)]),]

The advantage of this approach is that you can change the conditional inside to anything you need. Also, using col(y) and location of the hanging comma you can also extract columns.

y[,col(y)[y==max(y)]]

To find just the row for the max in a particular column, say column 2 you could use:

seq(along=y[,2])[y[,2]==max(y[,2])]

again the conditional is flexible to look for different requirements.

See Phil Spector's excellent "An introduction to S and S-Plus" Chapter 5 for additional ideas.

C++ - Hold the console window open?

You can also lean on the IDE a little. If you run the program using the "Start without debugging" command (Ctrl+F5 for me), the console window will stay open even after the program ends with a "Press any key to continue . . ." message.

Of course, if want to use the "Hit any key" to keep your program running (i.e. keep a thread alive), this won't work. And it does not work when you run "with debugging". But then you can use break points to hold the window open.

How to create NSIndexPath for TableView

For Swift 3 it's now: IndexPath(row: rowIndex, section: sectionIndex)

Command /Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/bin/clang failed with exit code 1

This problem usually occurs when there are more than two versions of XCode are installed in which different Swift versions incorporated for Ex. XCode 6.4 and XCode 7.3 are installed which are running Swift 1.2 and Swift 2.0. By mistake you tries to compile code with icorrect version for Ex. your project in in Swift 1.2 and you tries to compile it with xcode 7.3. In this case drive data stores information for swift version but when you tries to compile code with correct XCode it gives error. To resolve this

  1. Delete drive Data
    a. In Xcode select preferences

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  1. Once preferences are open click on Location tab and click on the arrow in front of the 'Drived data' path. It will open drived data folder

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  1. Quit Xcode
  2. Delete all drive data.
  3. reopen the project in correct XCode error is fixed !!!!!!

Windows 7 - 'make' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file

If you already have MinGW installed in Windows 7, just simply do the following:

  1. Make another copy of C:\MinGW\bin\mingw32-make.exe file in the same folder.
  2. Rename the file name from mingw32-make.exe to make.exe.
  3. Run make command again.

Tested working in my laptop for above steps.

How to resize JLabel ImageIcon?

And what about it?:

ImageIcon imageIcon = new ImageIcon(new ImageIcon("icon.png").getImage().getScaledInstance(20, 20, Image.SCALE_DEFAULT));
label.setIcon(imageIcon);

From: Resize a picture to fit a JLabel

Remove CSS class from element with JavaScript (no jQuery)

It's very simple, I think.

document.getElementById("whatever").classList.remove("className");

extract part of a string using bash/cut/split

Define a function like this:

getUserName() {
    echo $1 | cut -d : -f 1 | xargs basename
}

And pass the string as a parameter:

userName=$(getUserName "/var/cpanel/users/joebloggs:DNS9=domain.com")
echo $userName

make html text input field grow as I type?

All you need to do is, get the element of the input field you want to grow as you type and in CSS, set the width of the input to auto and set a min-width to say 50px.

What is the meaning of Bus: error 10 in C

string literals are non-modifiable in C

Use of Greater Than Symbol in XML

You can try to use CDATA to put all your symbols that don't work.

An example of something that will work in XML:

<![CDATA[
function matchwo(a,b) {
    if (a < b && a < 0) {
        return 1;
   } else {
       return 0;
   }
}
]]>

And of course you can use &lt; and &gt;.

How to change text and background color?

SetConsoleTextAttribute.

HANDLE hStdOut = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
SetConsoleTextAttribute(hStdOut, FOREGROUND_RED | BACKGROUND_BLUE | BACKGROUND_GREEN | BACKGROUND_RED);

This would produce red text on a white background.

Print "hello world" every X seconds

I figure it out with a timer, hope it helps. I have used a timer from java.util.Timer and TimerTask from the same package. See below:

TimerTask task = new TimerTask() {

    @Override
    public void run() {
        System.out.println("Hello World");
    }
};

Timer timer = new Timer();
timer.schedule(task, new Date(), 3000);

Difference between Math.Floor() and Math.Truncate()

Math.Floor() rounds "toward negative infinity" in compliance to IEEE Standard 754 section 4.

Math.Truncate() rounds " to the nearest integer towards zero."

delete_all vs destroy_all?

To avoid the fact that destroy_all instantiates all the records and destroys them one at a time, you can use it directly from the model class.

So instead of :

u = User.find_by_name('JohnBoy')
u.usage_indexes.destroy_all

You can do :

u = User.find_by_name('JohnBoy')
UsageIndex.destroy_all "user_id = #{u.id}"

The result is one query to destroy all the associated records

Python: No acceptable C compiler found in $PATH when installing python

The gcc compiler is not in your $PATH. It means either you dont have gcc installed or it's not in your $PATH variable.

To install gcc use this: (run as root)

  • Redhat base:

    yum groupinstall "Development Tools"
    
  • Debian base:

    apt-get install build-essential
    

Array.push() if does not exist?

a is the array of objects you have

a.findIndex(x => x.property=="WhateverPropertyYouWantToMatch") <0 ? 
a.push(objectYouWantToPush) : console.log("response if object exists");

Whoops, looks like something went wrong. Laravel 5.0

This worked for me:

  1. Go to the .env file and be sure APP_DEBUG=true
  2. Here (in .env file) change reemplace 127.0.0.1 for localhost for check if your DB credential are corrects.
  3. Go to the config folder and do. the step #2.

XPath OR operator for different nodes

If you want to select only one of two nodes with union operator, you can use this solution: (//bookstore/book/title | //bookstore/city/zipcode/title)[1]

Align Bootstrap Navigation to Center

Thank you all for your help, I added this code and it seems it fixed the issue:

.navbar .navbar-nav {
    display: inline-block;
    float: none;
}

.navbar .navbar-collapse {
    text-align: center;
}

Source

Center content in responsive bootstrap navbar

Server http:/localhost:8080 requires a user name and a password. The server says: XDB

Just change the port number used e.g. 8000 then call the http://localhost:8080

How to use sed/grep to extract text between two words?

You can strip strings in Bash alone:

$ foo="Here is a String"
$ foo=${foo##*Here }
$ echo "$foo"
is a String
$ foo=${foo%% String*}
$ echo "$foo"
is a
$

And if you have a GNU grep that includes PCRE, you can use a zero-width assertion:

$ echo "Here is a String" | grep -Po '(?<=(Here )).*(?= String)'
is a

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

I have just cooked up another solution for this, where it's not longer necessary to use a -much to high- max-height value. It needs a few lines of javascript code to calculate the inner height of the collapsed DIV but after that, it's all CSS.

1) Fetching and setting height

Fetch the inner height of the collapsed element (using scrollHeight). My element has a class .section__accordeon__content and I actually run this in a forEach() loop to set the height for all panels, but you get the idea.

document.querySelectorAll( '.section__accordeon__content' ).style.cssText = "--accordeon-height: " + accordeonPanel.scrollHeight + "px";

2) Use the CSS variable to expand the active item

Next, use the CSS variable to set the max-height value when the item has an .active class.

.section__accordeon__content.active {
  max-height: var(--accordeon-height);
}

Final example

So the full example goes like this: first loop through all accordeon panels and store their scrollHeight values as CSS variables. Next use the CSS variable as the max-height value on the active/expanded/open state of the element.

Javascript:

document.querySelectorAll( '.section__accordeon__content' ).forEach(
  function( accordeonPanel ) {
    accordeonPanel.style.cssText = "--accordeon-height: " + accordeonPanel.scrollHeight + "px";
  }
);

CSS:

.section__accordeon__content {
  max-height: 0px;
  overflow: hidden;
  transition: all 425ms cubic-bezier(0.465, 0.183, 0.153, 0.946);
}

.section__accordeon__content.active {
  max-height: var(--accordeon-height);
}

And there you have it. A adaptive max-height animation using only CSS and a few lines of JavaScript code (no jQuery required).

Hope this helps someone in the future (or my future self for reference).

How do I evenly add space between a label and the input field regardless of length of text?

2019 answer:

Some time has passed and I changed my approach now when building forms. I've done thousands of them till today and got really tired of typing id for every label/input pair, so this was flushed down the toilet. When you dive input right into the label, things work the same way, no ids necessary. I also took advantage of flexbox being, well, very flexible.

HTML:

<label>
  Short label <input type="text" name="dummy1" />
</label>

<label>
  Somehow longer label <input type="text" name="dummy2" />
</label>

<label>
  Very long label for testing purposes <input type="text" name="dummy3" />
</label>

CSS:

label {
  display: flex;
  flex-direction: row;
  justify-content: flex-end;
  text-align: right;
  width: 400px;
  line-height: 26px;
  margin-bottom: 10px;
}

input {
  height: 20px;
  flex: 0 0 200px;
  margin-left: 10px;
}

Fiddle DEMO


Original answer:

Use label instead of span. It's meant to be paired with inputs and preserves some additional functionality (clicking label focuses the input).

This might be exactly what you want:

HTML:

<label for="dummy1">title for dummy1:</label>
<input id="dummy1" name="dummy1" value="dummy1">

<label for="dummy2">longer title for dummy2:</label>
<input id="dummy2" name="dummy2" value="dummy2">

<label for="dummy3">even longer title for dummy3:</label>
<input id="dummy3" name="dummy3" value="dummy3">

CSS:

label {
    width:180px;
    clear:left;
    text-align:right;
    padding-right:10px;
}

input, label {
    float:left;
}

jsfiddle DEMO here.

Session only cookies with Javascript

A simpler solution would be to use sessionStorage, in this case:

var myVariable = "Hello World";

sessionStorage['myvariable'] = myVariable;

var readValue = sessionStorage['myvariable'];
console.log(readValue);

However, keep in mind that sessionStorage saves everything as a string, so when working with arrays / objects, you can use JSON to store them:

var myVariable = {a:[1,2,3,4], b:"some text"};

sessionStorage['myvariable'] = JSON.stringify(myVariable);
var readValue = JSON.parse(sessionStorage['myvariable']);

A page session lasts for as long as the browser is open and survives over page reloads and restores. Opening a page in a new tab or window will cause a new session to be initiated.

So, when you close the page / tab, the data is lost.

New Line Issue when copying data from SQL Server 2012 to Excel

This is fixed by adding a new option Retain CR\LF on copy or save under the Tools -> Options... menu, Query Results -> SQL Server -> Results to Grid.

You need to open new session (window) to make the change take a place.

The default is unselected (false) which means that copying/saving from the grid will copy the text as it is displayed (with CR\LF replaced with spaces). If set to true the text will be copied/saved from the grid as it actually is stored - without the character replacement.

In case people missed following the chain of connect items (leading to https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/735714), this issue has been fixed in the preview version of SSMS.

You can download this for free from https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/mt238290.aspx, it is a standalone download so does not need the full SQL media anymore.

(Note - the page at https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/ms190078.aspx currently isn't updated with this information. I'm following up on this so it should reflect the new option soon)

How to check whether a string is Base64 encoded or not

If the RegEx does not work and you know the format style of the original string, you can reverse the logic, by regexing for this format.

For example I work with base64 encoded xml files and just check if the file contains valid xml markup. If it does not I can assume, that it's base64 decoded. This is not very dynamic but works fine for my small application.

Can RDP clients launch remote applications and not desktops

This is called "seamless" mode. rdesktop, the RDP client for Unix, is capable of this. From the manpage:

   -A     Enable SeamlessRDP. In this mode, rdesktop creates a X11 window for each window on the server
          side.  This  mode  requires  the  SeamlessRDP  server side component, which is available from
          http://www.cendio.com/seamlessrdp/.  When using this option, you  should  specify  a  startup
          shell which launches the desired application through SeamlessRDP.

See mentioned Cendio website for more information.

How to initialize struct?

  1. Will "length" ever deviate from the real length of "s". If the answer is no, then you don't need to store length, because strings store their length already, and you can just call s.Length.

  2. To get the syntax you asked for, you can implement an "implicit" operator like so:

    static implicit operator MyStruct(string s) {
        return new MyStruct(...);
    }
    
  3. The implicit operator will work, regardless of whether you make your struct mutable or not.

Displaying output of a remote command with Ansible

I'm not sure about the syntax of your specific commands (e.g., vagrant, etc), but in general...

Just register Ansible's (not-normally-shown) JSON output to a variable, then display each variable's stdout_lines attribute:

- name: Generate SSH keys for vagrant user
  user: name=vagrant generate_ssh_key=yes ssh_key_bits=2048
  register: vagrant
- debug: var=vagrant.stdout_lines

- name: Show SSH public key
  command: /bin/cat $home_directory/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
  register: cat
- debug: var=cat.stdout_lines

- name: Wait for user to copy SSH public key
  pause: prompt="Please add the SSH public key above to your GitHub account"
  register: pause
- debug: var=pause.stdout_lines

Convert string into Date type on Python

You can do that with datetime.strptime()

Example:

>>> from datetime import datetime
>>> datetime.strptime('2012-02-10' , '%Y-%m-%d')
datetime.datetime(2012, 2, 10, 0, 0)
>>> _.isoweekday()
5

You can find the table with all the strptime directive here.


To increment by 2 days if .isweekday() == 6, you can use timedelta():

>>> import datetime
>>> date = datetime.datetime.strptime('2012-02-11' , '%Y-%m-%d')
>>> if date.isoweekday() == 6:
...     date += datetime.timedelta(days=2)
... 
>>> date
datetime.datetime(2012, 2, 13, 0, 0)
>>> date.strftime('%Y-%m-%d')   # if you want a string again
'2012-02-13'

How can I print a circular structure in a JSON-like format?

I'd recommend checking out json-stringify-safe from @isaacs-- it's used in NPM.

BTW- if you're not using Node.js, you can just copy and paste lines 4-27 from the relevant part of the source code.

To install:

$ npm install json-stringify-safe --save

To use:

// Require the thing
var stringify = require('json-stringify-safe');

// Take some nasty circular object
var theBigNasty = {
  a: "foo",
  b: theBigNasty
};

// Then clean it up a little bit
var sanitized = JSON.parse(stringify(theBigNasty));

This yields:

{
  a: 'foo',
  b: '[Circular]'
}

Note that, just like with the vanilla JSON.stringify function as @Rob W mentioned, you can also customize the sanitization behavior by passing in a "replacer" function as the second argument to stringify(). If you find yourself needing a simple example of how to do this, I just wrote a custom replacer which coerces errors, regexps, and functions into human-readable strings here.

Python - Join with newline

You need to print to get that output.
You should do

>>> x = "\n".join(['I', 'would', 'expect', 'multiple', 'lines'])
>>> x                   # this is the value, returned by the join() function
'I\nwould\nexpect\nmultiple\nlines'
>>> print x    # this prints your string (the type of output you want)
I
would
expect
multiple
lines

Resetting MySQL Root Password with XAMPP on Localhost

You can configure it with the "XAMPP Shell" (command prompt). Open the shell and execute this command:

mysqladmin.exe -u root password secret

How to monitor network calls made from iOS Simulator

Xcode provides CFNetwork Diagnostic Logging. Apple doc

To enable it, add CFNETWORK_DIAGNOSTICS=3 in the Environment Variable section:

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This will show requests from the App with its headers & body. Note that OS_ACTIVITY_MODE must be set to enable as shown. Otherwise no output will be shown on the Console.

Is there any kind of hash code function in JavaScript?

JavaScript objects can only use strings as keys (anything else is converted to a string).

You could, alternatively, maintain an array which indexes the objects in question, and use its index string as a reference to the object. Something like this:

var ObjectReference = [];
ObjectReference.push(obj);

set['ObjectReference.' + ObjectReference.indexOf(obj)] = true;

Obviously it's a little verbose, but you could write a couple of methods that handle it and get and set all willy nilly.

Edit:

Your guess is fact -- this is defined behaviour in JavaScript -- specifically a toString conversion occurs meaning that you can can define your own toString function on the object that will be used as the property name. - olliej

This brings up another interesting point; you can define a toString method on the objects you want to hash, and that can form their hash identifier.

ReferenceError: $ is not defined

It's one of the common mistake everybody make while working with jQuery, Basically $ is an alias of jQuery() so when you try to call/access it before declaring the function will endup throwing this error.

Reasons might be

1) Path to jQuery library you included is not correct.

2) Added library after the script were you see that error

To solve this

Load the jquery library beginning of all your javascript files/scripts.

<script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.3.1.js"></script>

How to get the mysql table columns data type?

To get data types of all columns:

describe table_name

or just a single column:

describe table_name column_name

Visual Studio can't build due to rc.exe

Found this on Google... I would assume that in your case you would copy rc.exe and rcdll.dll to visual studio 2012\vc\bin or wherever you have it installed:

Part 2: FIX LINK : fatal error LNK1158: cannot run ‘rc.exe’

Add this to your PATH environment variables:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.0\bin\x86

Copy these files:

rc.exe
rcdll.dll

From

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.0\bin\x86

To

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\bin

Or I also found this:
Microsoft left a few things out of their MSVT package. Since no one knows whether they were left out by mistake or for license reasons, no one with MSVC is too interested in giving them out. A few Google searches turn up some tricky sources. Fortunately, Microsoft has finally wised up and solved this problem and many more.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/support/faq/default.aspx#pricing

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/support/install/

A good amount of MSVT missing files are there but the missing SDK files aren't.

and this:
I had the same problem which I solved by doing this:

  1. Installing the Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0
  2. Adding the path of the .NET Framework files (for me "C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727") to Global compiler settings > Programs > Additional Paths within Code::Blocks.

Now I can build and link resource files without errors.

How can I read an input string of unknown length?

If I may suggest a safer approach:

Declare a buffer big enough to hold the string:

char user_input[255];

Get the user input in a safe way:

fgets(user_input, 255, stdin);

A safe way to get the input, the first argument being a pointer to a buffer where the input will be stored, the second the maximum input the function should read and the third is a pointer to the standard input - i.e. where the user input comes from.

Safety in particular comes from the second argument limiting how much will be read which prevents buffer overruns. Also, fgets takes care of null-terminating the processed string.

More info on that function here.

EDIT: If you need to do any formatting (e.g. convert a string to a number), you can use atoi once you have the input.

beyond top level package error in relative import

EDIT: There are better/more coherent answers to this question in other questions:


Why doesn't it work? It's because python doesn't record where a package was loaded from. So when you do python -m test_A.test, it basically just discards the knowledge that test_A.test is actually stored in package (i.e. package is not considered a package). Attempting from ..A import foo is trying to access information it doesn't have any more (i.e. sibling directories of a loaded location). It's conceptually similar to allowing from ..os import path in a file in math. This would be bad because you want the packages to be distinct. If they need to use something from another package, then they should refer to them globally with from os import path and let python work out where that is with $PATH and $PYTHONPATH.

When you use python -m package.test_A.test, then using from ..A import foo resolves just fine because it kept track of what's in package and you're just accessing a child directory of a loaded location.

Why doesn't python consider the current working directory to be a package? NO CLUE, but gosh it would be useful.

Skipping Iterations in Python

I think you're looking for continue

How to describe "object" arguments in jsdoc?

By now there are 4 different ways to document objects as parameters/types. Each has its own uses. Only 3 of them can be used to document return values, though.

For objects with a known set of properties (Variant A)

/**
 * @param {{a: number, b: string, c}} myObj description
 */

This syntax is ideal for objects that are used only as parameters for this function and don't require further description of each property. It can be used for @returns as well.

For objects with a known set of properties (Variant B)

Very useful is the parameters with properties syntax:

/**
 * @param {Object} myObj description
 * @param {number} myObj.a description
 * @param {string} myObj.b description
 * @param {} myObj.c description
 */

This syntax is ideal for objects that are used only as parameters for this function and that require further description of each property. This can not be used for @returns.

For objects that will be used at more than one point in source

In this case a @typedef comes in very handy. You can define the type at one point in your source and use it as a type for @param or @returns or other JSDoc tags that can make use of a type.

/**
 * @typedef {Object} Person
 * @property {string} name how the person is called
 * @property {number} age how many years the person lived
 */

You can then use this in a @param tag:

/**
 * @param {Person} p - Description of p
 */

Or in a @returns:

/**
 * @returns {Person} Description
 */

For objects whose values are all the same type

/**
 * @param {Object.<string, number>} dict
 */

The first type (string) documents the type of the keys which in JavaScript is always a string or at least will always be coerced to a string. The second type (number) is the type of the value; this can be any type. This syntax can be used for @returns as well.

Resources

Useful information about documenting types can be found here:

https://jsdoc.app/tags-type.html

PS:

to document an optional value you can use []:

/**
 * @param {number} [opt_number] this number is optional
 */

or:

/**
 * @param {number|undefined} opt_number this number is optional
 */

how to check if string value is in the Enum list?

I've got a handy extension method that uses TryParse, as IsDefined is case-sensitive.

public static bool IsParsable<T>(this string value) where T : struct
{
    return Enum.TryParse<T>(value, true, out _);
}

Automatically enter SSH password with script

If you are doing this on a Windows system, you can use Plink (part of PuTTY).

plink your_username@yourhost -pw your_password

How can I strip all punctuation from a string in JavaScript using regex?

In a Unicode-aware language, the Unicode Punctuation character property is \p{P} — which you can usually abbreviate \pP and sometimes expand to \p{Punctuation} for readability.

Are you using a Perl Compatible Regular Expression library?

Trying to get property of non-object - Laravel 5

I had also this problem. Add code like below in the related controller (e.g. UserController)

$users = User::all();
return view('mytemplate.home.homeContent')->with('users',$users);

How to provide shadow to Button

I've tried the code from above and made my own shadow which is little bit closer to what I am trying to achieve. Maybe it will help others too.

<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <item>
        <layer-list>
            <item android:left="5dp" android:top="5dp">
                <shape>
                    <corners android:radius="3dp" />
                    <gradient
                        android:angle="315"
                        android:endColor="@android:color/transparent"
                        android:startColor="@android:color/black"
                        android:type="radial"
                        android:centerX="0.55"
                        android:centerY="0"
                        android:gradientRadius="300"/>
                    <padding android:bottom="1dp" android:left="0dp" android:right="3dp" android:top="0dp" />
                </shape>
            </item>
            <item android:bottom="2dp" android:left="3dp">
                <shape>
                    <corners android:radius="1dp" />
                    <solid android:color="@color/colorPrimary" />


                </shape>
            </item>
        </layer-list>
    </item>

</selector>

SQL Server: Invalid Column Name

There can be many things:
First attempt, make a select of this field in its source table;
Check the instance of the sql script window, you may be in a different instance;
Check if your join is correct;
Verify query ambiguity, maybe you are making a wrong table reference
Of these checks, run the T-sql script again

[Image of the script SQL][1]
  [1]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/r59ZY.png`enter code here

How to replicate background-attachment fixed on iOS

It looks to me like the background images aren't actually background images...the site has the background images and the quotes in sibling divs with the children of the div containing the images having been assigned position: fixed; The quotes div is also given a transparent background.

wrapper div{
   image wrapper div{
       div for individual image{ <--- Fixed position
          image <--- relative position
       }
   }
   quote wrapper div{
       div for individual quote{
          quote
       }
   }
 }

"for" vs "each" in Ruby

Your first example,

@collection.each do |item|
  # do whatever
end

is more idiomatic. While Ruby supports looping constructs like for and while, the block syntax is generally preferred.

Another subtle difference is that any variable you declare within a for loop will be available outside the loop, whereas those within an iterator block are effectively private.

415 Unsupported Media Type - POST json to OData service in lightswitch 2012

It looks like this issue has to do with the difference between the Content-Type and Accept headers. In HTTP, Content-Type is used in request and response payloads to convey the media type of the current payload. Accept is used in request payloads to say what media types the server may use in the response payload.

So, having a Content-Type in a request without a body (like your GET request) has no meaning. When you do a POST request, you are sending a message body, so the Content-Type does matter.

If a server is not able to process the Content-Type of the request, it will return a 415 HTTP error. (If a server is not able to satisfy any of the media types in the request Accept header, it will return a 406 error.)

In OData v3, the media type "application/json" is interpreted to mean the new JSON format ("JSON light"). If the server does not support reading JSON light, it will throw a 415 error when it sees that the incoming request is JSON light. In your payload, your request body is verbose JSON, not JSON light, so the server should be able to process your request. It just doesn't because it sees the JSON light content type.

You could fix this in one of two ways:

  1. Make the Content-Type "application/json;odata=verbose" in your POST request, or
  2. Include the DataServiceVersion header in the request and set it be less than v3. For example:

    DataServiceVersion: 2.0;
    

(Option 2 assumes that you aren't using any v3 features in your request payload.)

Register DLL file on Windows Server 2008 R2

I have found similar issue while registering my activeX (OCX) into windows server 2008 R2.To solve this i used http://www.chestysoft.com/dllregsvr/default.asp tool.There is some dependance problem with my ocx so I am getting "The module temp12.dll failed to load. Make sure the binary is stored at the specified path or debut it to check for problems with the binary or dependent .DLL files. The specified module could not be found" error message. When you try to registered your OCX with this tool it will prompt message if the ocx is having dependency or you will get success message.I got message for mfc70.dll and msvcr70.dll dependency.so i paste these dll into system32 folder of C:\windows and its done.After that I register my ocx sucessfully.I used 32 bit version of chestysoft tool (dllregsvr.exe) on windows server 2008 R2 64bit machine.

How to use localization in C#

In addition @Fredrik Mörk's great answer on strings, to add localization to a form do the following:

  • Set the form's property "Localizable" to true
  • Change the form's Language property to the language you want (from a nice drop-down with them all in)
  • Translate the controls in that form and move them about if need be (squash those really long full French sentences in!)

Edit: This MSDN article on Localizing Windows Forms is not the original one I linked ... but might shed more light if needed. (the old one has been taken away)

What is a magic number, and why is it bad?

Magic Number Vs. Symbolic Constant: When to replace?

Magic: Unknown semantic

Symbolic Constant -> Provides both correct semantic and correct context for use

Semantic: The meaning or purpose of a thing.

"Create a constant, name it after the meaning, and replace the number with it." -- Martin Fowler

First, magic numbers are not just numbers. Any basic value can be "magic". Basic values are manifest entities such as integers, reals, doubles, floats, dates, strings, booleans, characters, and so on. The issue is not the data type, but the "magic" aspect of the value as it appears in our code text.

What do we mean by "magic"? To be precise: By "magic", we intend to point to the semantics (meaning or purpose) of the value in the context of our code; that it is unknown, unknowable, unclear, or confusing. This is the notion of "magic". A basic value is not magic when its semantic meaning or purpose-of-being-there is quickly and easily known, clear, and understood (not confusing) from the surround context without special helper words (e.g. symbolic constant).

Therefore, we identify magic numbers by measuring the ability of a code reader to know, be clear, and understand the meaning and purpose of a basic value from its surrounding context. The less known, less clear, and more confused the reader is, the more "magic" the basic value is.

Helpful Definitions

  • confuse: cause (someone) to become bewildered or perplexed.
  • bewildered: cause (someone) to become perplexed and confused.
  • perplexed: completely baffled; very puzzled.
  • baffled: totally bewilder or perplex.
  • puzzled: unable to understand; perplexed.
  • understand: perceive the intended meaning of (words, a language, or speaker).
  • meaning: what is meant by a word, text, concept, or action.
  • meant: intend to convey, indicate, or refer to (a particular thing or notion); signify.
  • signify: be an indication of.
  • indication: a sign or piece of information that indicates something.
  • indicate: point out; show.
  • sign: an object, quality, or event whose presence or occurrence indicates the probable presence or occurrence of something else.

Basics

We have two scenarios for our magic basic values. Only the second is of primary importance for programmers and code:

  1. A lone basic value (e.g. number) from which its meaning is unknown, unknowable, unclear or confusing.
  2. A basic value (e.g. number) in context, but its meaning remains unknown, unknowable, unclear or confusing.

An overarching dependency of "magic" is how the lone basic value (e.g. number) has no commonly known semantic (like Pi), but has a locally known semantic (e.g. your program), which is not entirely clear from context or could be abused in good or bad context(s).

The semantics of most programming languages will not allow us to use lone basic values, except (perhaps) as data (i.e. tables of data). When we encounter "magic numbers", we generally do so in a context. Therefore, the answer to

"Do I replace this magic number with a symbolic constant?"

is:

"How quickly can you assess and understand the semantic meaning of the number (its purpose for being there) in its context?"

Kind of Magic, but not quite

With this thought in mind, we can quickly see how a number like Pi (3.14159) is not a "magic number" when placed in proper context (e.g. 2 x 3.14159 x radius or 2*Pi*r). Here, the number 3.14159 is mentally recognized Pi without the symbolic constant identifier.

Still, we generally replace 3.14159 with a symbolic constant identifier like Pi because of the length and complexity of the number. The aspects of length and complexity of Pi (coupled with a need for accuracy) usually means the symbolic identifier or constant is less prone to error. Recognition of "Pi" as a name is a simply a convenient bonus, but is not the primary reason for having the constant.

Meanwhile: Back at the Ranch

Laying aside common constants like Pi, let's focus primarily on numbers with special meanings, but which those meanings are constrained to the universe of our software system. Such a number might be "2" (as a basic integer value).

If I use the number 2 by itself, my first question might be: What does "2" mean? The meaning of "2" by itself is unknown and unknowable without context, leaving its use unclear and confusing. Even though having just "2" in our software will not happen because of language semantics, we do want to see that "2" by itself carries no special semantics or obvious purpose being alone.

Let's put our lone "2" in a context of: padding := 2, where the context is a "GUI Container". In this context the meaning of 2 (as pixels or other graphical unit) offers us a quick guess of its semantics (meaning and purpose). We might stop here and say that 2 is okay in this context and there is nothing else we need to know. However, perhaps in our software universe this is not the whole story. There is more to it, but "padding = 2" as a context cannot reveal it.

Let's further pretend that 2 as pixel padding in our program is of the "default_padding" variety throughout our system. Therefore, writing the instruction padding = 2 is not good enough. The notion of "default" is not revealed. Only when I write: padding = default_padding as a context and then elsewhere: default_padding = 2 do I fully realize a better and fuller meaning (semantic and purpose) of 2 in our system.

The example above is pretty good because "2" by itself could be anything. Only when we limit the range and domain of understanding to "my program" where 2 is the default_padding in the GUI UX parts of "my program", do we finally make sense of "2" in its proper context. Here "2" is a "magic" number, which is factored out to a symbolic constant default_padding within the context of the GUI UX of "my program" in order to make it use as default_padding quickly understood in the greater context of the enclosing code.

Thus, any basic value, whose meaning (semantic and purpose) cannot be sufficiently and quickly understood is a good candidate for a symbolic constant in the place of the basic value (e.g. magic number).

Going Further

Numbers on a scale might have semantics as well. For example, pretend we are making a D&D game, where we have the notion of a monster. Our monster object has a feature called life_force, which is an integer. The numbers have meanings that are not knowable or clear without words to supply meaning. Thus, we begin by arbitrarily saying:

  • full_life_force: INTEGER = 10 -- Very alive (and unhurt)
  • minimum_life_force: INTEGER = 1 -- Barely alive (very hurt)
  • dead: INTEGER = 0 -- Dead
  • undead: INTEGER = -1 -- Min undead (almost dead)
  • zombie: INTEGER = -10 -- Max undead (very undead)

From the symbolic constants above, we start to get a mental picture of the aliveness, deadness, and "undeadness" (and possible ramifications or consequences) for our monsters in our D&D game. Without these words (symbolic constants), we are left with just the numbers ranging from -10 .. 10. Just the range without the words leaves us in a place of possibly great confusion and potentially with errors in our game if different parts of the game have dependencies on what that range of numbers means to various operations like attack_elves or seek_magic_healing_potion.

Therefore, when searching for and considering replacement of "magic numbers" we want to ask very purpose-filled questions about the numbers within the context of our software and even how the numbers interact semantically with each other.

Conclusion

Let's review what questions we ought to ask:

You might have a magic number if ...

  1. Can the basic value have a special meaning or purpose in your softwares universe?
  2. Can the special meaning or purpose likely be unknown, unknowable, unclear, or confusing, even in its proper context?
  3. Can a proper basic value be improperly used with bad consequences in the wrong context?
  4. Can an improper basic value be properly used with bad consequences in the right context?
  5. Does the basic value have a semantic or purpose relationships with other basic values in specific contexts?
  6. Can a basic value exist in more than one place in our code with different semantics in each, thereby causing our reader a confusion?

Examine stand-alone manifest constant basic values in your code text. Ask each question slowly and thoughtfully about each instance of such a value. Consider the strength of your answer. Many times, the answer is not black and white, but has shades of misunderstood meaning and purpose, speed of learning, and speed of comprehension. There is also a need to see how it connects to the software machine around it.

In the end, the answer to replacement is answer the measure (in your mind) of the strength or weakness of the reader to make the connection (e.g. "get it"). The more quickly they understand meaning and purpose, the less "magic" you have.

CONCLUSION: Replace basic values with symbolic constants only when the magic is large enough to cause difficult to detect bugs arising from confusions.

Socket File "/var/pgsql_socket/.s.PGSQL.5432" Missing In Mountain Lion (OS X Server)

I was able to solve by simply filling in 127.0.0.1 for the PostgreSQL host address rather than leaving it blank. (Django Example)

DATABASES = {
    'default': {
        'ENGINE': 'django.db.backends.postgresql_psycopg2',
        'NAME': 'database_name',
        'USER': 'database_user',
        'PASSWORD': 'pass',
        'HOST': '127.0.0.1',
        'PORT': '',
        }
}

Is it possible to validate the size and type of input=file in html5

    <form  class="upload-form">
        <input class="upload-file" data-max-size="2048" type="file" >
        <input type=submit>
    </form>
    <script>
$(function(){
    var fileInput = $('.upload-file');
    var maxSize = fileInput.data('max-size');
    $('.upload-form').submit(function(e){
        if(fileInput.get(0).files.length){
            var fileSize = fileInput.get(0).files[0].size; // in bytes
            if(fileSize>maxSize){
                alert('file size is more then' + maxSize + ' bytes');
                return false;
            }else{
                alert('file size is correct- '+fileSize+' bytes');
            }
        }else{
            alert('choose file, please');
            return false;
        }

    });
});
    </script>

http://jsfiddle.net/9bhcB/2/

"Unable to acquire application service" error while launching Eclipse

Adding my two cents for those searching for "Ensure that the org.eclipse.core.runtime bundle is resolved and started":

Adding "arbitrary" bundles to the list of bundles just because it seems that they are missing is not always the best solution. Sometimes it can get quite frustrating, because those new plugins might depend on other missing bundles, which need even more bundles and so on...

So, before adding a new dependency to the list of required bundles, make sure you understand why the bundle is needed (the debugger is your friend!).

This question here doesn't provide enough information to make this a valid answer in all cases, but if you encounter the message that the org.eclipse.core.runtime is missing, try setting the eclipse.application.launchDefault system property to false, especially if you try to run an application which is not an "eclipse application" (but maybe just a headless runtime on top of equinox).

This link might come in handy: http://help.eclipse.org/indigo/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.platform.doc.isv%2Freference%2Fmisc%2Fruntime-options.html, look for the eclipse.application.launchDefault system property.

How to auto-indent code in the Atom editor?

I prefer using atom-beautify, CTRL+ALT+B (in linux, may be in windows also) handles better al kind of formats and it is also customizable per file format.

more details here: https://atom.io/packages/atom-beautify

Java: Integer equals vs. ==

"==" always compare the memory location or object references of the values. equals method always compare the values. But equals also indirectly uses the "==" operator to compare the values.

Integer uses Integer cache to store the values from -128 to +127. If == operator is used to check for any values between -128 to 127 then it returns true. for other than these values it returns false .

Refer the link for some additional info

What is the use of rt.jar file in java?

Your question is already answered here :

Basically, rt.jar contains all of the compiled class files for the base Java Runtime ("rt") Environment. Normally, javac should know the path to this file

Also, a good link on what happens if we try to include our class file in rt.jar.

Using the value in a cell as a cell reference in a formula?

Use INDIRECT()

=SUM(INDIRECT(<start cell here> & ":" & <end cell here>))

How can I access getSupportFragmentManager() in a fragment?

The simple new way of doing it in kotlin

requireActivity().supportFragmentManager

What is the most "pythonic" way to iterate over a list in chunks?

import itertools
def chunks(iterable,size):
    it = iter(iterable)
    chunk = tuple(itertools.islice(it,size))
    while chunk:
        yield chunk
        chunk = tuple(itertools.islice(it,size))

# though this will throw ValueError if the length of ints
# isn't a multiple of four:
for x1,x2,x3,x4 in chunks(ints,4):
    foo += x1 + x2 + x3 + x4

for chunk in chunks(ints,4):
    foo += sum(chunk)

Another way:

import itertools
def chunks2(iterable,size,filler=None):
    it = itertools.chain(iterable,itertools.repeat(filler,size-1))
    chunk = tuple(itertools.islice(it,size))
    while len(chunk) == size:
        yield chunk
        chunk = tuple(itertools.islice(it,size))

# x2, x3 and x4 could get the value 0 if the length is not
# a multiple of 4.
for x1,x2,x3,x4 in chunks2(ints,4,0):
    foo += x1 + x2 + x3 + x4

In Python, what is the difference between ".append()" and "+= []"?

>>> a=[]
>>> a.append([1,2])
>>> a
[[1, 2]]
>>> a=[]
>>> a+=[1,2]
>>> a
[1, 2]

See that append adds a single element to the list, which may be anything. +=[] joins the lists.

Enable/Disable a dropdownbox in jquery

To enable/disable -

$("#chkdwn2").change(function() { 
    if (this.checked) $("#dropdown").prop("disabled",true);
    else $("#dropdown").prop("disabled",false);
}) 

Demo - http://jsfiddle.net/tTX6E/

How to get json key and value in javascript?

var data = {"name": "", "skills": "", "jobtitel": "Entwickler", "res_linkedin": "GwebSearch"}

var parsedData = JSON.parse(data);
alert(parsedData.name);
alert(parsedData.skills);
alert(parsedData.jobtitel);
alert(parsedData.res_linkedin);

How to detect idle time in JavaScript elegantly?

Well you could attach a click or mousemove event to the document body that resets a timer. Have a function that you call at timed intervals that checks if the timer is over a specified time (like 1000 millis) and start your preloading.

Difference between TCP and UDP?

TCP establishes a connection before the actual data transmission takes place, UDP does not. In this way, UDP can provide faster delivery. Applications like DNS, time server access, therefore, use UDP.

Unlike UDP, TCP uses congestion control. It responses to the network load. Unlike UDP, it slows down when network congestion is imminent. So, applications like multimedia preferring constant throughput might go for UDP.

Besides, UDP is unreliable, it doesn't react on packet losses. So loss sensitive applications like multimedia transmission prefer UDP. However, TCP is a reliable protocol, so, applications that require reliability such as web transfer, email, file download prefer TCP.

Besides, in today's internet UDP is not as welcoming as TCP due to middle boxes. Some applications like skype fall down to TCP when UDP connection is assumed to be blocked.

Error message: (provider: Shared Memory Provider, error: 0 - No process is on the other end of the pipe.)

I was getting this error today. In my case, looking at the ERRORLOG file on the SQL server gave me this error:

Login failed for user ''. Reason: Failed to open the database '' specified in the login properties.

This was because I had deleted the "Default database" of this user a few days ago. Setting the default database to my new database fixed the problem.

Hope this helps someone else.

SQL comment header examples

See if this suits your requirement:

/*  

* Notes on parameters: Give the details of all parameters supplied to the proc  

* This procedure will perform the following tasks: 
 Give details description of the intent of the proc  

* Additional notes: 
Give information of something that you think needs additional mention, though is not directly related to the proc  

* Modification History:
  07/11/2001    ACL    TICKET/BUGID        CHANGE DESCRIPTION


*/

How does one use glide to download an image into a bitmap?

UPDATE

Now we need to use Custom Targets

SAMPLE CODE

    Glide.with(mContext)
            .asBitmap()
            .load("url")
            .into(new CustomTarget<Bitmap>() {
                @Override
                public void onResourceReady(@NonNull Bitmap resource, @Nullable Transition<? super Bitmap> transition) {

                }

                @Override
                public void onLoadCleared(@Nullable Drawable placeholder) {
                }
            });

How does one use glide to download an image into a bitmap?

The above all answer are correct but outdated

because in new version of Glide implementation 'com.github.bumptech.glide:glide:4.8.0'

You will find below error in code

  • The .asBitmap() is not available in glide:4.8.0

enter image description here

  • SimpleTarget<Bitmap> is deprecated

enter image description here

Here is solution

import android.graphics.Bitmap;
import android.graphics.Canvas;
import android.graphics.drawable.BitmapDrawable;
import android.graphics.drawable.Drawable;
import android.support.annotation.NonNull;
import android.support.annotation.Nullable;
import android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.widget.ImageView;

import com.bumptech.glide.Glide;
import com.bumptech.glide.load.engine.DiskCacheStrategy;
import com.bumptech.glide.request.Request;
import com.bumptech.glide.request.RequestOptions;
import com.bumptech.glide.request.target.SizeReadyCallback;
import com.bumptech.glide.request.target.Target;
import com.bumptech.glide.request.transition.Transition;



public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {

    ImageView imageView;

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

        imageView = findViewById(R.id.imageView);

        Glide.with(this)
                .load("")
                .apply(new RequestOptions().diskCacheStrategy(DiskCacheStrategy.NONE))
                .into(new Target<Drawable>() {
                    @Override
                    public void onLoadStarted(@Nullable Drawable placeholder) {

                    }

                    @Override
                    public void onLoadFailed(@Nullable Drawable errorDrawable) {

                    }

                    @Override
                    public void onResourceReady(@NonNull Drawable resource, @Nullable Transition<? super Drawable> transition) {

                        Bitmap bitmap = drawableToBitmap(resource);
                        imageView.setImageBitmap(bitmap);
                        // now you can use bitmap as per your requirement
                    }

                    @Override
                    public void onLoadCleared(@Nullable Drawable placeholder) {

                    }

                    @Override
                    public void getSize(@NonNull SizeReadyCallback cb) {

                    }

                    @Override
                    public void removeCallback(@NonNull SizeReadyCallback cb) {

                    }

                    @Override
                    public void setRequest(@Nullable Request request) {

                    }

                    @Nullable
                    @Override
                    public Request getRequest() {
                        return null;
                    }

                    @Override
                    public void onStart() {

                    }

                    @Override
                    public void onStop() {

                    }

                    @Override
                    public void onDestroy() {

                    }
                });

    }

    public static Bitmap drawableToBitmap(Drawable drawable) {

        if (drawable instanceof BitmapDrawable) {
            return ((BitmapDrawable) drawable).getBitmap();
        }

        int width = drawable.getIntrinsicWidth();
        width = width > 0 ? width : 1;
        int height = drawable.getIntrinsicHeight();
        height = height > 0 ? height : 1;

        Bitmap bitmap = Bitmap.createBitmap(width, height, Bitmap.Config.ARGB_8888);
        Canvas canvas = new Canvas(bitmap);
        drawable.setBounds(0, 0, canvas.getWidth(), canvas.getHeight());
        drawable.draw(canvas);

        return bitmap;
    }
}

finding first day of the month in python

This is a pithy solution.

import datetime 

todayDate = datetime.date.today()
if todayDate.day > 25:
    todayDate += datetime.timedelta(7)
print todayDate.replace(day=1)

One thing to note with the original code example is that using timedelta(30) will cause trouble if you are testing the last day of January. That is why I am using a 7-day delta.

Hibernate - Batch update returned unexpected row count from update: 0 actual row count: 0 expected: 1

I was facing same issue. The code was working in the testing environment. But it was not working in staging environment.

org.hibernate.jdbc.BatchedTooManyRowsAffectedException: Batch update returned unexpected row count from update [0]; actual row count: 3; expected: 1

The problem was the table had single entry for each primary key in testing DB table. But in staging DB there was multiple entry for same primary key. ( Problem is in staging DB the table didn't had any primary key constraints also there was multiple entry.)

So every time on update operation it gets failed. It tries to update single record and expect to get update count as 1. But since there was 3 records in the table for the same primary key, The result update count finds 3. Since expected update count and actual result update count didn't match, It throws exception and rolls back.

After the I removed all the records which have duplicate primary key and added primary key constraints. It is working fine.

Hibernate - Batch update returned unexpected row count from update: 0 actual row count: 0 expected: 1

actual row count: 0 // means no record found to update
update: 0 // means no record found so nothing update
expected: 1 // means expected at least 1 record with key in db table.

Here the problem is that the query trying to update a record for some key, But hibernate didn't find any record with the key.

unix - count of columns in file

awk -F'|' '{print NF; exit}' stores.dat 

Just quit right after the first line.

In SQL, is UPDATE always faster than DELETE+INSERT?

In your case, I believe the update will be faster.

Remember indexes!

You have defined a primary key, it will likely automatically become a clustered index (at least SQL Server does so). A cluster index means the records are physically laid on the disk according to the index. DELETE operation itself won't cause much trouble, even after one record goes away, the index stays correct. But when you INSERT a new record, the DB engine will have to put this record in the correct location which under circumstances will cause some "reshuffling" of the old records to "make place" for a new one. There where it will slow down the operation.

An index (especially clustered) works best if the values are ever increasing, so the new records just get appended to the tail. Maybe you can add an extra INT IDENTITY column to become a clustered index, this will simplify insert operations.

importing go files in same folder

./main.go (in package main)
./a/a.go (in package a)
./a/b.go (in package a)

in this case:
main.go import "./a"

It can call the function in the a.go and b.go,that with first letter caps on.

org.gradle.api.tasks.TaskExecutionException: Execution failed for task ':app:transformClassesWithDexForDebug'

Add multiDexEnabled in gradle (app level) like this:

defaultConfig {
        ...
        ...
        multiDexEnabled true
    }

C# - Making a Process.Start wait until the process has start-up

Here an implementation that uses a System.Threading.Timer. Maybe a bit much for its purpose.

    private static bool StartProcess(string filePath, string processName)
    {
        if (!File.Exists(filePath))
            throw new InvalidOperationException($"Unknown filepath: {(string.IsNullOrEmpty(filePath) ? "EMPTY PATH" : filePath)}");

        var isRunning = false;

        using (var resetEvent = new ManualResetEvent(false))
        {

            void Callback(object state)
            {
                if (!IsProcessActive(processName)) return;
                isRunning = true;
                // ReSharper disable once AccessToDisposedClosure
                resetEvent.Set();
            }

            using (new Timer(Callback, null, 0, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(0.5).Milliseconds))
            {
                Process.Start(filePath);
                WaitHandle.WaitAny(new WaitHandle[] { resetEvent }, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(9));
            }
        }

        return isRunning;
    }

    private static bool StopProcess(string processName)
    {
        if (!IsProcessActive(processName)) return true;

        var isRunning = true;

        using (var resetEvent = new ManualResetEvent(false))
        {

            void Callback(object state)
            {
                if (IsProcessActive(processName)) return;
                isRunning = false;
                // ReSharper disable once AccessToDisposedClosure
                resetEvent.Set();
            }

            using (new Timer(Callback, null, 0, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(0.5).Milliseconds))
            {
                foreach (var process in Process.GetProcessesByName(processName))
                    process.Kill();
                WaitHandle.WaitAny(new WaitHandle[] { resetEvent }, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(9));
            }
        }

        return isRunning;
    }

    private static bool IsProcessActive(string processName)
    {
        return Process.GetProcessesByName(processName).Any();
    }

JQuery Calculate Day Difference in 2 date textboxes

This is how I did it using the Math.floor() function:

var start = new Date($('#start').val());
var end = new Date($('#end').val());
var diff = Math.floor((end-start) / (365.25 * 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000));
console.log(diff);

You could also do it this way using the Math.round() function:

var start = new Date($('#start').val());
var end = new Date($('#end').val());
var diff = new Date(end - start) / (1000 * 60 * 60 * 24 * 365.25);
var age = Math.round(diff);
console.log(age);

What is an efficient way to implement a singleton pattern in Java?

Wikipedia has some examples of singletons, also in Java. The Java 5 implementation looks pretty complete, and is thread-safe (double-checked locking applied).

ASP.NET MVC: No parameterless constructor defined for this object

This error also occurs when using an IDependencyResolver, such as when using an IoC container, and the dependency resolver returns null. In this case ASP.NET MVC 3 defaults to using the DefaultControllerActivator to create the object. If the object being created does not have a public no-args constructor an exception will then be thrown any time the provided dependency resolver has returned null.

Here's one such stack trace:

[MissingMethodException: No parameterless constructor defined for this object.]
   System.RuntimeTypeHandle.CreateInstance(RuntimeType type, Boolean publicOnly, Boolean noCheck, Boolean& canBeCached, RuntimeMethodHandleInternal& ctor, Boolean& bNeedSecurityCheck) +0
   System.RuntimeType.CreateInstanceSlow(Boolean publicOnly, Boolean skipCheckThis, Boolean fillCache) +98
   System.RuntimeType.CreateInstanceDefaultCtor(Boolean publicOnly, Boolean skipVisibilityChecks, Boolean skipCheckThis, Boolean fillCache) +241
   System.Activator.CreateInstance(Type type, Boolean nonPublic) +69
   System.Web.Mvc.DefaultControllerActivator.Create(RequestContext requestContext, Type controllerType) +67

[InvalidOperationException: An error occurred when trying to create a controller of type 'My.Namespace.MyController'. Make sure that the controller has a parameterless public constructor.]
   System.Web.Mvc.DefaultControllerActivator.Create(RequestContext requestContext, Type controllerType) +182
   System.Web.Mvc.DefaultControllerFactory.GetControllerInstance(RequestContext requestContext, Type controllerType) +80
   System.Web.Mvc.DefaultControllerFactory.CreateController(RequestContext requestContext, String controllerName) +74
   System.Web.Mvc.MvcHandler.ProcessRequestInit(HttpContextBase httpContext, IController& controller, IControllerFactory& factory) +232
   System.Web.Mvc.<>c__DisplayClass6.<BeginProcessRequest>b__2() +49
   System.Web.Mvc.<>c__DisplayClassb`1.<ProcessInApplicationTrust>b__a() +13
   System.Web.Mvc.SecurityUtil.<GetCallInAppTrustThunk>b__0(Action f) +7
   System.Web.Mvc.SecurityUtil.ProcessInApplicationTrust(Action action) +22
   System.Web.Mvc.SecurityUtil.ProcessInApplicationTrust(Func`1 func) +124
   System.Web.Mvc.MvcHandler.BeginProcessRequest(HttpContextBase httpContext, AsyncCallback callback, Object state) +98
   System.Web.Mvc.MvcHandler.BeginProcessRequest(HttpContext httpContext, AsyncCallback callback, Object state) +50
   System.Web.Mvc.MvcHandler.System.Web.IHttpAsyncHandler.BeginProcessRequest(HttpContext context, AsyncCallback cb, Object extraData) +16
   System.Web.CallHandlerExecutionStep.System.Web.HttpApplication.IExecutionStep.Execute() +8963444
   System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionStep step, Boolean& completedSynchronously) +184

Upload files with HTTPWebrequest (multipart/form-data)

VB Example (converted from C# example on another post):

Private Sub HttpUploadFile( _
    ByVal uri As String, _
    ByVal filePath As String, _
    ByVal fileParameterName As String, _
    ByVal contentType As String, _
    ByVal otherParameters As Specialized.NameValueCollection)

    Dim boundary As String = "---------------------------" & DateTime.Now.Ticks.ToString("x")
    Dim newLine As String = System.Environment.NewLine
    Dim boundaryBytes As Byte() = Text.Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(newLine & "--" & boundary & newLine)
    Dim request As Net.HttpWebRequest = Net.WebRequest.Create(uri)

    request.ContentType = "multipart/form-data; boundary=" & boundary
    request.Method = "POST"
    request.KeepAlive = True
    request.Credentials = Net.CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials

    Using requestStream As IO.Stream = request.GetRequestStream()

        Dim formDataTemplate As String = "Content-Disposition: form-data; name=""{0}""{1}{1}{2}"

        For Each key As String In otherParameters.Keys

            requestStream.Write(boundaryBytes, 0, boundaryBytes.Length)
            Dim formItem As String = String.Format(formDataTemplate, key, newLine, otherParameters(key))
            Dim formItemBytes As Byte() = Text.Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(formItem)
            requestStream.Write(formItemBytes, 0, formItemBytes.Length)

        Next key

        requestStream.Write(boundaryBytes, 0, boundaryBytes.Length)

        Dim headerTemplate As String = "Content-Disposition: form-data; name=""{0}""; filename=""{1}""{2}Content-Type: {3}{2}{2}"
        Dim header As String = String.Format(headerTemplate, fileParameterName, filePath, newLine, contentType)
        Dim headerBytes As Byte() = Text.Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(header)
        requestStream.Write(headerBytes, 0, headerBytes.Length)

        Using fileStream As New IO.FileStream(filePath, IO.FileMode.Open, IO.FileAccess.Read)

            Dim buffer(4096) As Byte
            Dim bytesRead As Int32 = fileStream.Read(buffer, 0, buffer.Length)

            Do While (bytesRead > 0)

                requestStream.Write(buffer, 0, bytesRead)
                bytesRead = fileStream.Read(buffer, 0, buffer.Length)

            Loop

        End Using

        Dim trailer As Byte() = Text.Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(newLine & "--" + boundary + "--" & newLine)
        requestStream.Write(trailer, 0, trailer.Length)

    End Using

    Dim response As Net.WebResponse = Nothing

    Try

        response = request.GetResponse()

        Using responseStream As IO.Stream = response.GetResponseStream()

            Using responseReader As New IO.StreamReader(responseStream)

                Dim responseText = responseReader.ReadToEnd()
                Diagnostics.Debug.Write(responseText)

            End Using

        End Using

    Catch exception As Net.WebException

        response = exception.Response

        If (response IsNot Nothing) Then

            Using reader As New IO.StreamReader(response.GetResponseStream())

                Dim responseText = reader.ReadToEnd()
                Diagnostics.Debug.Write(responseText)

            End Using

            response.Close()

        End If

    Finally

        request = Nothing

    End Try

End Sub

Delete all rows in table

As other have said, TRUNCATE TABLE is far quicker, but it does have some restrictions (taken from here):

You cannot use TRUNCATE TABLE on tables that:

- Are referenced by a FOREIGN KEY constraint. (You can truncate a table that has a foreign key that references itself.)
- Participate in an indexed view.
- Are published by using transactional replication or merge replication.

For tables with one or more of these characteristics, use the DELETE statement instead.

The biggest drawback is that if the table you are trying to empty has foreign keys pointing to it, then the truncate call will fail.

Highlight Bash/shell code in Markdown files

Using the knitr package:

```{r, engine='bash', code_block_name} ...

E.g.:

```{r, engine='bash', count_lines}
wc -l en_US.twitter.txt
```

You can also use:

  • engine='sh' for shell
  • engine='python' for Python
  • engine='perl', engine='haskell' and a bunch of other C-like languages and even gawk, AWK, etc.

How do I convert a float number to a whole number in JavaScript?

There are many suggestions here. The bitwise OR seems to be the simplest by far. Here is another short solution which works with negative numbers as well using the modulo operator. It is probably easier to understand than the bitwise OR:

intval = floatval - floatval%1;

This method also works with high value numbers where neither '|0' nor '~~' nor '>>0' work correctly:

> n=4294967295;
> n|0
-1
> ~~n
-1
> n>>0
-1
> n-n%1
4294967295

Setting multiple attributes for an element at once with JavaScript

You could code an ES5.1 helper function:

function setAttributes(el, attrs) {
    Object.keys(attrs).forEach(key => el.setAttribute(key, attrs[key]));
}

Call it like this:

setAttributes(elem, { src: 'http://example.com/something.jpeg', height: '100%' });

How can I remove 3 characters at the end of a string in php?

Just do:

echo substr($string, 0, -3);

You don't need to use a strlen call, since, as noted in the substr docs:

If length is given and is negative, then that many characters will be omitted from the end of string

How to enable loglevel debug on Apache2 server

Edit: note that this answer is 3+ years old. For newer versions of apache, please see the answer by sp00n. Leaving this answer for users of older versions of apache.

For older version apache:

For debugging mod_rewrite issues, you'll want to use RewriteLogLevel and RewriteLog:

RewriteLogLevel 3
RewriteLog "/usr/local/var/apache/logs/rewrite.log"

How do you format an unsigned long long int using printf?

For long long (or __int64) using MSVS, you should use %I64d:

__int64 a;
time_t b;
...
fprintf(outFile,"%I64d,%I64d\n",a,b);    //I is capital i

AngularJS For Loop with Numbers & Ranges

Simplest no code solution was to init an array with the range, and use the $index + however much I want to offset by:

<select ng-init="(_Array = []).length = 5;">
    <option ng-repeat="i in _Array track by $index">{{$index+5}}</option>
</select>

How do I increase the scrollback buffer in a running screen session?

There is a minimal amount of "default" buffer when you startup a 'screen' session within your 'putty session'. I use screens a lot in my work, so I can tell you that you will not have a combination of 'screen' buffer & 'putty' buffer within your 'screen' session.

Setting the default number of scrollback lines by adding defscrollback 10000 to your ~/.screenrc file is the correct solution.

By the way, I use "defscrollback 200000" in my ./screenrc file.

How can I make the computer beep in C#?

In .Net 2.0, you can use Console.Beep().

// Default beep
Console.Beep();

You can also specify the frequency and length of the beep in milliseconds.

// Beep at 5000 Hz for 1 second
Console.Beep(5000, 1000);

For more information refer http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8hftfeyw%28v=vs.110%29.aspx

Is there a way to get a list of all current temporary tables in SQL Server?

If you need to 'see' the list of temporary tables, you could simply log the names used. (and as others have noted, it is possible to directly query this information)

If you need to 'see' the content of temporary tables, you will need to create real tables with a (unique) temporary name.

You can trace the SQL being executed using SQL Profiler:

[These articles target SQL Server versions later than 2000, but much of the advice is the same.]

If you have a lengthy process that is important to your business, it's a good idea to log various steps (step name/number, start and end time) in the process. That way you have a baseline to compare against when things don't perform well, and you can pinpoint which step(s) are causing the problem more quickly.

JavaScript split String with white space

For split string by space like in Python lang, can be used:

   var w = "hello    my brothers    ;";
   w.split(/(\s+)/).filter( function(e) { return e.trim().length > 0; } );

output:

   ["hello", "my", "brothers", ";"]

or similar:

   w.split(/(\s+)/).filter( e => e.trim().length > 0)

(output some)

printing a two dimensional array in python

In addition to the simple print answer, you can actually customise the print output through the use of the numpy.set_printoptions function.

Prerequisites:

>>> import numpy as np
>>> inf = np.float('inf')
>>> A = np.array([[0,1,4,inf,3],[1,0,2,inf,4],[4,2,0,1,5],[inf,inf,1,0,3],[3,4,5,3,0]])

The following option:

>>> np.set_printoptions(infstr="(infinity)")

Results in:

>>> print(A)
[[        0.         1.         4. (infinity)         3.]
 [        1.         0.         2. (infinity)         4.]
 [        4.         2.         0.         1.         5.]
 [(infinity) (infinity)         1.         0.         3.]
 [        3.         4.         5.         3.         0.]]

The following option:

>>> np.set_printoptions(formatter={'float': "\t{: 0.0f}\t".format})

Results in:

>>> print(A)
[[   0       1       4       inf     3  ]
 [   1       0       2       inf     4  ]
 [   4       2       0       1       5  ]
 [   inf     inf     1       0       3  ]
 [   3       4       5       3       0  ]]


If you just want to have a specific string output for a specific array, the function numpy.array2string is also available.

How do I save and restore multiple variables in python?

You should look at the shelve and pickle modules. If you need to store a lot of data it may be better to use a database

How do I query between two dates using MySQL?

Might be a problem with date configuration on server side or on client side. I've found this to be a common problem on multiple databases when the host is configured in spanish, french or whatever... that could affect the format dd/mm/yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy.

Function to get yesterday's date in Javascript in format DD/MM/YYYY

You override $today in the if statement.

if($dd<10){$dd='0'+dd} if($mm<10){$mm='0'+$mm} $today = $dd+'/'+$mm+'/'+$yyyy;

It is then not a Date() object anymore - hence the error.

SQLite equivalent to ISNULL(), NVL(), IFNULL() or COALESCE()

If there is not ISNULL() method, you can use this expression instead:

CASE WHEN fieldname IS NULL THEN 0 ELSE fieldname END

This works the same as ISNULL(fieldname, 0).

Jquery split function

Try this. It uses the split function which is a core part of javascript, nothing to do with jQuery.

var parts = html.split(":-"),
    i, l
;
for (i = 0, l = parts.length; i < l; i += 2) {
    $("#" + parts[i]).text(parts[i + 1]);
}

How to debug a bash script?

Some trick to debug scripts:

Using set -[nvx]

In addition to

set -x

and

set +x

for stopping dump.

I would like to speak about set -v wich dump as smaller as less developped output.

bash <<<$'set -x\nfor i in {0..9};do\n\techo $i\n\tdone\nset +x' 2>&1 >/dev/null|wc -l
21

for arg in x v n nx nv nvx;do echo "- opts: $arg"
    bash 2> >(wc -l|sed s/^/stderr:/) > >(wc -l|sed s/^/stdout:/) <<eof
        set -$arg
        for i in {0..9};do
            echo $i
          done
        set +$arg
        echo Done.
eof
    sleep .02
  done
- opts: x
stdout:11
stderr:21
- opts: v
stdout:11
stderr:4
- opts: n
stdout:0
stderr:0
- opts: nx
stdout:0
stderr:0
- opts: nv
stdout:0
stderr:5
- opts: nvx
stdout:0
stderr:5

Dump variables or tracing on the fly

For testing some variables, I use sometime this:

bash <(sed '18ideclare >&2 -p var1 var2' myscript.sh) args

for adding:

declare >&2 -p var1 var2

at line 18 and running resulting script (with args), without having to edit them.

of course, this could be used for adding set [+-][nvx]:

bash <(sed '18s/$/\ndeclare -p v1 v2 >\&2/;22s/^/set -x\n/;26s/^/set +x\n/' myscript) args

will add declare -p v1 v2 >&2 after line 18, set -x before line 22 and set +x before line 26.

little sample:

bash <(sed '2,3s/$/\ndeclare -p LINENO i v2 >\&2/;5s/^/set -x\n/;7s/^/set +x\n/' <(
        seq -f 'echo $@, $((i=%g))' 1 8)) arg1 arg2
arg1 arg2, 1
arg1 arg2, 2
declare -i LINENO="3"
declare -- i="2"
/dev/fd/63: line 3: declare: v2: not found
arg1 arg2, 3
declare -i LINENO="5"
declare -- i="3"
/dev/fd/63: line 5: declare: v2: not found
arg1 arg2, 4
+ echo arg1 arg2, 5
arg1 arg2, 5
+ echo arg1 arg2, 6
arg1 arg2, 6
+ set +x
arg1 arg2, 7
arg1 arg2, 8

Note: Care about $LINENO will be affected by on-the-fly modifications!

( To see resulting script whithout executing, simply drop bash <( and ) arg1 arg2 )

Step by step, execution time

Have a look at my answer about how to profile bash scripts

n-grams in python, four, five, six grams?

You can get all 4-6gram using the code without other package below:

from itertools import chain

def get_m_2_ngrams(input_list, min, max):
    for s in chain(*[get_ngrams(input_list, k) for k in range(min, max+1)]):
        yield ' '.join(s)

def get_ngrams(input_list, n):
    return zip(*[input_list[i:] for i in range(n)])

if __name__ == '__main__':
    input_list = ['I', 'am', 'aware', 'that', 'nltk', 'only', 'offers', 'bigrams', 'and', 'trigrams', ',', 'but', 'is', 'there', 'a', 'way', 'to', 'split', 'my', 'text', 'in', 'four-grams', ',', 'five-grams', 'or', 'even', 'hundred-grams']
    for s in get_m_2_ngrams(input_list, 4, 6):
        print(s)

the output is below:

I am aware that
am aware that nltk
aware that nltk only
that nltk only offers
nltk only offers bigrams
only offers bigrams and
offers bigrams and trigrams
bigrams and trigrams ,
and trigrams , but
trigrams , but is
, but is there
but is there a
is there a way
there a way to
a way to split
way to split my
to split my text
split my text in
my text in four-grams
text in four-grams ,
in four-grams , five-grams
four-grams , five-grams or
, five-grams or even
five-grams or even hundred-grams
I am aware that nltk
am aware that nltk only
aware that nltk only offers
that nltk only offers bigrams
nltk only offers bigrams and
only offers bigrams and trigrams
offers bigrams and trigrams ,
bigrams and trigrams , but
and trigrams , but is
trigrams , but is there
, but is there a
but is there a way
is there a way to
there a way to split
a way to split my
way to split my text
to split my text in
split my text in four-grams
my text in four-grams ,
text in four-grams , five-grams
in four-grams , five-grams or
four-grams , five-grams or even
, five-grams or even hundred-grams
I am aware that nltk only
am aware that nltk only offers
aware that nltk only offers bigrams
that nltk only offers bigrams and
nltk only offers bigrams and trigrams
only offers bigrams and trigrams ,
offers bigrams and trigrams , but
bigrams and trigrams , but is
and trigrams , but is there
trigrams , but is there a
, but is there a way
but is there a way to
is there a way to split
there a way to split my
a way to split my text
way to split my text in
to split my text in four-grams
split my text in four-grams ,
my text in four-grams , five-grams
text in four-grams , five-grams or
in four-grams , five-grams or even
four-grams , five-grams or even hundred-grams

you can find more detail on this blog

How to execute a command prompt command from python

It's very simple. You need just two lines of code with just using the built-in function and also it takes the input and runs forever until you stop it. Also that 'cmd' in quotes, leave it and don't change it. Here is the code:

import os
os.system('cmd')

Now just run this code and see the whole windows command prompt in your python project!

pyplot scatter plot marker size

You can use markersize to specify the size of the circle in plot method

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

x1 = np.random.randn(20)
x2 = np.random.randn(20)
plt.figure(1)
# you can specify the marker size two ways directly:
plt.plot(x1, 'bo', markersize=20)  # blue circle with size 10 
plt.plot(x2, 'ro', ms=10,)  # ms is just an alias for markersize
plt.show()

From here

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How to print time in format: 2009-08-10 18:17:54.811

Following code prints with microsecond precision. All we have to do is use gettimeofday and strftime on tv_sec and append tv_usec to the constructed string.

#include <stdio.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
int main(void) {
    struct timeval tmnow;
    struct tm *tm;
    char buf[30], usec_buf[6];
    gettimeofday(&tmnow, NULL);
    tm = localtime(&tmnow.tv_sec);
    strftime(buf,30,"%Y:%m:%dT%H:%M:%S", tm);
    strcat(buf,".");
    sprintf(usec_buf,"%dZ",(int)tmnow.tv_usec);
    strcat(buf,usec_buf);
    printf("%s",buf);
    return 0;
}

Check if a given time lies between two times regardless of date

As many people noticed, it's not a date problem, it's a logic problem. Let's assume a day is splitted in two intervals: one lies between 20:11:13 and 14:49:00, while the other lies between 14:49:00 and 20:11:13 (which interval the extremes belong is up to you). If you want to check if a certain time is included in the 20:11:13/14:49:00 one, the one you're interested of, just check if it's included in the other one, 14:49:00/20:11:13, which is much easier because the natural order of the numbers, and then negate the result.

How do I clone a subdirectory only of a Git repository?

Using Linux? And only want easy to access and clean working tree ? without bothering rest of code on your machine. try symlinks!

git clone https://github.com:{user}/{repo}.git ~/my-project
ln -s ~/my-project/my-subfolder ~/Desktop/my-subfolder

Test

cd ~/Desktop/my-subfolder
git status

How to shift a block of code left/right by one space in VSCode?

Have a look at File > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts (or Ctrl+K Ctrl+S)

Search for cursorColumnSelectDown or cursorColumnSelectUp which will give you the relevent keyboard shortcut. For me it is Shift+Alt+Down/Up Arrow

Bash script - variable content as a command to run

line=$((${RANDOM} % $(wc -l < /etc/passwd)))
sed -n "${line}p" /etc/passwd

just with your file instead.

In this example I used the file /etc/password, using the special variable ${RANDOM} (about which I learned here), and the sed expression you had, only difference is that I am using double quotes instead of single to allow the variable expansion.

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

@jason-mccreary is totally right. Besides I recommend you this code to get more info in case of malfunction:

$rest = curl_exec($crl);

if ($rest === false)
{
    // throw new Exception('Curl error: ' . curl_error($crl));
    print_r('Curl error: ' . curl_error($crl));
}

curl_close($crl);
print_r($rest);

EDIT 1

To debug you can set CURLOPT_HEADER to true to check HTTP response with firebug::net or similar.

curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_HEADER, true);

EDIT 2

About Curl error: SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK try adding this headers (just to debug, in a production enviroment you should keep these options in true):

curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST, false);
curl_setopt($crl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false);

Explode PHP string by new line

Losing line breaks from posting from input textboxes?
What works faster for me is to copy paste any text or Excel or HTML table type or newline type of data and paste it into a textarea instead of an inputextbox: this keeps the linebreaks intact in the POST.

 <textarea  id="txtArea" name="txtArea" rows="40" cols="170"></textarea>
 <br>
 <input type="submit" value="split lines into array" /> 

in the form receiving file:

 $txtArea ='';  
 $txtArea = $_POST['txtArea'];  
 $TA = $_POST['txtArea'];  
 $string = $TA;  
 $array = preg_split ('/$\R?^/m', $string); 
// or any of these: 
// $array = explode(PHP_EOL,$string);  
// $array = explode("\n", $txtArea); 
 echo "<br>A0: ".$array[0];
 echo "<br>A1: ".@$array[1];
 echo "<br>A2: ".@$array[2];

Volatile Vs Atomic

As Trying as indicated, volatile deals only with visibility.

Consider this snippet in a concurrent environment:

boolean isStopped = false;
    :
    :

    while (!isStopped) {
        // do some kind of work
    }

The idea here is that some thread could change the value of isStopped from false to true in order to indicate to the subsequent loop that it is time to stop looping.

Intuitively, there is no problem. Logically if another thread makes isStopped equal to true, then the loop must terminate. The reality is that the loop will likely never terminate even if another thread makes isStopped equal to true.

The reason for this is not intuitive, but consider that modern processors have multiple cores and that each core has multiple registers and multiple levels of cache memory that are not accessible to other processors. In other words, values that are cached in one processor's local memory are not visisble to threads executing on a different processor. Herein lies one of the central problems with concurrency: visibility.

The Java Memory Model makes no guarantees whatsoever about when changes that are made to a variable in one thread may become visible to other threads. In order to guarantee that updates are visisble as soon as they are made, you must synchronize.

The volatile keyword is a weak form of synchronization. While it does nothing for mutual exclusion or atomicity, it does provide a guarantee that changes made to a variable in one thread will become visible to other threads as soon as it is made. Because individual reads and writes to variables that are not 8-bytes are atomic in Java, declaring variables volatile provides an easy mechanism for providing visibility in situations where there are no other atomicity or mutual exclusion requirements.

how to know status of currently running jobs

EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_help_job @Job_name = 'Your Job Name'

check field execution_status

0 - Returns only those jobs that are not idle or suspended.
1 - Executing.
2 - Waiting for thread.
3 - Between retries.
4 - Idle.
5 - Suspended.
7 - Performing completion actions.

If you need the result of execution, check the field last_run_outcome

0 = Failed
1 = Succeeded
3 = Canceled
5 = Unknown

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186722.aspx

Present and dismiss modal view controller

The easiest way to do it is using Storyboard and a Segue.

Just create a Segue from the FirstViewController (not the Navigation Controller) of your TabBarController to a LoginViewController with the login UI and name it "showLogin".

Create a method that returns a BOOL to validate if the user logged in and/or his/her session is valid... preferably on the AppDelegate. Call it isSessionValid.

On your FirstViewController.m override the method viewDidAppear as follows:

- (void)viewDidAppear:(BOOL)animated
{
    [super viewDidAppear:animated];

    if([self isSessionValid]==NO){
        [self performSegueWithIdentifier:@"showLogin" sender:self];
    }
}

Then if the user logged in successfully, just dismiss or pop-out the LoginViewController to show your tabs.

Works 100%!

Hope it helps!

openpyxl - adjust column width size

A slight improvement of the above accepted answer, that I think is more pythonic (asking for forgiveness is better than asking for permission)

column_widths = []
for row in workSheet.iter_rows():
    for i, cell in enumerate(row):
        try:
            column_widths[i] = max(column_widths[i], len(str(cell.value)))
        except IndexError:
            column_widths.append(len(str(cell.value)))

for i, column_width in enumerate(column_widths):
    workSheet.column_dimensions[get_column_letter(i + 1)].width = column_width

strange error in my Animation Drawable

Looks like whatever is in your Animation Drawable definition is too much memory to decode and sequence. The idea is that it loads up all the items and make them in an array and swaps them in and out of the scene according to the timing specified for each frame.

If this all can't fit into memory, it's probably better to either do this on your own with some sort of handler or better yet just encode a movie with the specified frames at the corresponding images and play the animation through a video codec.

How to prevent SIGPIPEs (or handle them properly)

Another method is to change the socket so it never generates SIGPIPE on write(). This is more convenient in libraries, where you might not want a global signal handler for SIGPIPE.

On most BSD-based (MacOS, FreeBSD...) systems, (assuming you are using C/C++), you can do this with:

int set = 1;
setsockopt(sd, SOL_SOCKET, SO_NOSIGPIPE, (void *)&set, sizeof(int));

With this in effect, instead of the SIGPIPE signal being generated, EPIPE will be returned.

Detect the Enter key in a text input field

This code handled every input for me in the whole site. It checks for the ENTER KEY inside an INPUT field and doesn't stop on TEXTAREA or other places.

$(document).on("keydown", "input", function(e){
 if(e.which == 13){
  event.preventDefault();
  return false;
 }
});

WCF, Service attribute value in the ServiceHost directive could not be found

I had my service dll's in the bin folder where the svc file was residing. Moving the dll's to the root bin folder solved the problem.

How to handle click event in Button Column in Datagridview?

Assuming for example DataGridView has columns as given below and its data bound items are of type PrimalPallet you can use solution given below.

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private void dataGridView1_CellContentClick( object sender, DataGridViewCellEventArgs e )
{
    if ( e.RowIndex >= 0 )
    {
        if ( e.ColumnIndex == this.colDelete.Index )
        {
            var pallet = this.dataGridView1.Rows[ e.RowIndex ].DataBoundItem as PrimalPallet;
            this.DeletePalletByID( pallet.ID );
        }
        else if ( e.ColumnIndex == this.colEdit.Index )
        {
            var pallet = this.dataGridView1.Rows[ e.RowIndex ].DataBoundItem as PrimalPallet;
            // etc.
        }
    }
}

It's safer to access columns directly rather than using dataGridView1.Columns["MyColumnName"] and there is no need to parse sender to the DataGridView as it's not needed.

What is std::move(), and when should it be used?

std::move itself doesn't really do much. I thought that it called the moved constructor for an object, but it really just performs a type cast (casting an lvalue variable to an rvalue so that the said variable can be passed as an argument to a move constructor or assignment operator).

So std::move is just used as a precursor to using move semantics. Move semantics is essentially an efficient way for dealing with temporary objects.

Consider Object A = B + C + D + E + F;

This is nice looking code, but E + F produces a temporary object. Then D + temp produces another temporary object and so on. In each normal "+" operator of a class, deep copies occur.

For example

Object Object::operator+ (const Object& rhs) {
    Object temp (*this);
    // logic for adding
    return temp;
}

The creation of the temporary object in this function is useless - these temporary objects will be deleted at the end of the line anyway as they go out of scope.

We can rather use move semantics to "plunder" the temporary objects and do something like

 Object& Object::operator+ (Object&& rhs) {
     // logic to modify rhs directly
     return rhs;
 }

This avoids needless deep copies being made. With reference to the example, the only part where deep copying occurs is now E + F. The rest uses move semantics. The move constructor or assignment operator also needs to be implemented to assign the result to A.

Load an image from a url into a PictureBox

If you are trying to load the image at your form_load, it's a better idea to use the code

pictureBox1.LoadAsync(@"http://google.com/test.png");

not only loading from web but also no lag in your form loading.

Converting a JS object to an array using jQuery

x = [];
for( var i in myObj ) {
    x[i] = myObj[i];
}

How to remove RVM (Ruby Version Manager) from my system

Run:

rvm implode

Now you need to uninstall the RVM gem using:

gem uninstall rvm

Check if there are any remaining RVM files in your home directory, if yes remove them.

Go to the home directory and list all hidden files:

ls -a

rm  .rvm
rm  .rvmrc

Enable vertical scrolling on textarea

Simply, change

<textarea rows="15" cols="50" id="aboutDescription"
style="resize: none;"></textarea>

to

<textarea rows="15" cols="50" id="aboutDescription"
style="resize: none;" data-role="none"></textarea>

ie, add:

data-role="none"

Comparison between Corona, Phonegap, Titanium

The Corona SDK (Ansca Mobile) uses Lua as its coding language. See lua.org for more about Lua.

While we plan to add further web integration and native-UI elements, our focus will tend to be on graphics-intensive applications, such as game development, as opposed to web-based technologies. In other words, we don't envision people writing Corona apps entirely in Javascript/HTML/CSS.

How can I change the size of a Bootstrap checkbox?

<div id="rr-element">
   <label for="rr-1">
      <input type="checkbox" value="1" id="rr-1" name="rr[]">
      Value 1
   </label>
</div>
//do this on the css
div label input { margin-right:100px; }

Is there an equivalent to the SUBSTRING function in MS Access SQL?

I have worked alot with msaccess vba. I think you are looking for MID function

example

    dim myReturn as string
    myreturn = mid("bonjour tout le monde",9,4)

will give you back the value "tout"

how to convert a string date into datetime format in python?

You should use datetime.datetime.strptime:

import datetime

dt = datetime.datetime.strptime(string_date, fmt)

fmt will need to be the appropriate format for your string. You'll find the reference on how to build your format here.

Simple JavaScript login form validation

You can do two things here either move the onSubmit attribute to the form tag, or change the onSubmit event to an onCLick event.

Option 1

<form name="loginform" onSubmit="return validateForm();">

Option 2

<input type="submit" value="Login" onClick="return validateForm();" />

How do I pass a value from a child back to the parent form?

You can also create a public property.

// Using and namespace...

public partial class FormOptions : Form
{
    private string _MyString;    //  Use this
    public string MyString {     //  in 
      get { return _MyString; }  //  .NET
    }                            //  2.0

    public string MyString { get; } // In .NET 3.0 or newer

    // The rest of the form code
}

Then you can get it with:

FormOptions formOptions = new FormOptions();
formOptions.ShowDialog();

string myString = formOptions.MyString;

ClientAbortException: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset by peer: socket write error

Your HTTP client disconnected.

This could have a couple of reasons:

  • Responding to the request took too long, the client gave up
  • You responded with something the client did not understand
  • The end-user actually cancelled the request
  • A network error occurred
  • ... probably more

You can fairly easily emulate the behavior:

URL url = new URL("http://example.com/path/to/the/file");

int numberOfBytesToRead = 200;

byte[] buffer = new byte[numberOfBytesToRead];
int numberOfBytesRead = url.openStream().read(buffer);

Sorting a DropDownList? - C#, ASP.NET

is better if you sort the Source before Binding it to DropDwonList. but sort DropDownList.Items like this:

    Dim Lista_Items = New List(Of ListItem)

    For Each item As ListItem In ddl.Items
        Lista_Items.Add(item)
    Next

    Lista_Items.Sort(Function(x, y) String.Compare(x.Text, y.Text))

    ddl.Items.Clear()
    ddl.Items.AddRange(Lista_Items.ToArray())

(this case i sort by a string(the item's text), it could be the suplier's name, supplier's id)

the Sort() method is for every List(of ) / List<MyType>, you can use it.

Which is preferred: Nullable<T>.HasValue or Nullable<T> != null?

There second method will be many times more effective (mostly because of compilers inlining and boxing but still numbers are very expressive):

public static bool CheckObjectImpl(object o)
{
    return o != null;
}

public static bool CheckNullableImpl<T>(T? o) where T: struct
{
    return o.HasValue;
}

Benchmark test:

BenchmarkDotNet=v0.10.5, OS=Windows 10.0.14393
Processor=Intel Core i5-2500K CPU 3.30GHz (Sandy Bridge), ProcessorCount=4
Frequency=3233539 Hz, Resolution=309.2587 ns, Timer=TSC
  [Host] : Clr 4.0.30319.42000, 64bit RyuJIT-v4.6.1648.0
  Clr    : Clr 4.0.30319.42000, 64bit RyuJIT-v4.6.1648.0
  Core   : .NET Core 4.6.25009.03, 64bit RyuJIT


        Method |  Job | Runtime |       Mean |     Error |    StdDev |        Min |        Max |     Median | Rank |  Gen 0 | Allocated |
-------------- |----- |-------- |-----------:|----------:|----------:|-----------:|-----------:|-----------:|-----:|-------:|----------:|
   CheckObject |  Clr |     Clr | 80.6416 ns | 1.1983 ns | 1.0622 ns | 79.5528 ns | 83.0417 ns | 80.1797 ns |    3 | 0.0060 |      24 B |
 CheckNullable |  Clr |     Clr |  0.0029 ns | 0.0088 ns | 0.0082 ns |  0.0000 ns |  0.0315 ns |  0.0000 ns |    1 |      - |       0 B |
   CheckObject | Core |    Core | 77.2614 ns | 0.5703 ns | 0.4763 ns | 76.4205 ns | 77.9400 ns | 77.3586 ns |    2 | 0.0060 |      24 B |
 CheckNullable | Core |    Core |  0.0007 ns | 0.0021 ns | 0.0016 ns |  0.0000 ns |  0.0054 ns |  0.0000 ns |    1 |      - |       0 B |

Benchmark code:

public class BenchmarkNullableCheck
{
    static int? x = (new Random()).Next();

    public static bool CheckObjectImpl(object o)
    {
        return o != null;
    }

    public static bool CheckNullableImpl<T>(T? o) where T: struct
    {
        return o.HasValue;
    }

    [Benchmark]
    public bool CheckObject()
    {
        return CheckObjectImpl(x);
    }

    [Benchmark]
    public bool CheckNullable()
    {
        return CheckNullableImpl(x);
    }
}

https://github.com/dotnet/BenchmarkDotNet was used

So if you have an option (e.g. writing custom serializers) to process Nullable in different pipeline than object - and use their specific properties - do it and use Nullable specific properties. So from consistent thinking point of view HasValue should be preferred. Consistent thinking can help you to write better code do not spending too much time in details.

PS. People say that advice "prefer HasValue because of consistent thinking" is not related and useless. Can you predict the performance of this?

public static bool CheckNullableGenericImpl<T>(T? t) where T: struct
{
    return t != null; // or t.HasValue?
}

PPS People continue minus, seems nobody tries to predict performance of CheckNullableGenericImpl. I will tell you: there compiler will not help you replacing !=null with HasValue. HasValue should be used directly if you are interested in performance.

Temporary table in SQL server causing ' There is already an object named' error

You are dropping it, then creating it, then trying to create it again by using SELECT INTO. Change to:

DROP TABLE #TMPGUARDIAN
CREATE TABLE #TMPGUARDIAN(
LAST_NAME NVARCHAR(30),
FRST_NAME NVARCHAR(30))  

INSERT INTO #TMPGUARDIAN 
SELECT LAST_NAME,FRST_NAME  
FROM TBL_PEOPLE

In MS SQL Server you can create a table without a CREATE TABLE statement by using SELECT INTO

Why Git is not allowing me to commit even after configuration?

You're setting the global git options, but the local checkout possibly has overrides set. Try setting them again with git config --local <setting> <value>. You can look at the .git/config file in your local checkout to see what local settings the checkout has defined.

Single line if statement with 2 actions

userType = (user.Type == 0) ? "Admin" : (user.type == 1) ? "User" : "Admin";

should do the trick.

How to retrieve inserted id after inserting row in SQLite using Python?

You could use cursor.lastrowid (see "Optional DB API Extensions"):

connection=sqlite3.connect(':memory:')
cursor=connection.cursor()
cursor.execute('''CREATE TABLE foo (id integer primary key autoincrement ,
                                    username varchar(50),
                                    password varchar(50))''')
cursor.execute('INSERT INTO foo (username,password) VALUES (?,?)',
               ('test','test'))
print(cursor.lastrowid)
# 1

If two people are inserting at the same time, as long as they are using different cursors, cursor.lastrowid will return the id for the last row that cursor inserted:

cursor.execute('INSERT INTO foo (username,password) VALUES (?,?)',
               ('blah','blah'))

cursor2=connection.cursor()
cursor2.execute('INSERT INTO foo (username,password) VALUES (?,?)',
               ('blah','blah'))

print(cursor2.lastrowid)        
# 3
print(cursor.lastrowid)
# 2

cursor.execute('INSERT INTO foo (id,username,password) VALUES (?,?,?)',
               (100,'blah','blah'))
print(cursor.lastrowid)
# 100

Note that lastrowid returns None when you insert more than one row at a time with executemany:

cursor.executemany('INSERT INTO foo (username,password) VALUES (?,?)',
               (('baz','bar'),('bing','bop')))
print(cursor.lastrowid)
# None

How to turn off Wifi via ADB?

Simple way to switch wifi on non-rooted devices is to use simple app:

public class MainActivity extends Activity {

    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);
        WifiManager wfm = (WifiManager) getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE);
        try {
            wfm.setWifiEnabled(Boolean.parseBoolean(getIntent().getStringExtra("wifi")));
        } catch (Exception e) {
        }
        System.exit(0);
    }
}

AndroidManifest.xml:

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

ADB commands:

$ adb shell am start -n org.mytools.config/.MainActivity -e wifi true
$ adb shell am start -n org.mytools.config/.MainActivity -e wifi false

.NET console application as Windows service

You need to seperate the functionality into a class or classes and launch that via one of two stubs. The console stub or service stub.

As its plain to see, when running windows, the myriad services that make up the infrastructure do not (and can't directly) present console windows to the user. The service needs to communicate with the user in a non graphical way: via the SCM; in the event log, to some log file etc. The service will also need to communicate with windows via the SCM, otherwise it will get shutdown.

It would obviously be acceptable to have some console app that can communicate with the service but the service needs to run independently without a requirement for GUI interaction.

The Console stub can very useful for debugging service behaviour but should not be used in a "productionized" environment which, after all, is the purpose of creating a service.

I haven't read it fully but this article seems to pint in the right direction.

Should I use @EJB or @Inject

It may also be usefull to understand the difference in term of Session Bean Identity when using @EJB and @Inject. According to the specifications the following code will always be true:

@EJB Cart cart1;
@EJB Cart cart2;
… if (cart1.equals(cart2)) { // this test must return true ...}

Using @Inject instead of @EJB there is not the same.

see also stateless session beans identity for further info

Celery Received unregistered task of type (run example)

Celery won't import the task if the app was to lack some of its dependencies. For instance, an app.view imports numpy without it being installed. Best way to check for this is to try to run your django server, as you probably know:

python manage.py runserver

You have found the problem if this raises ImportErrors within the app that has houses the respective task. Just pip install everything, or try to remove the dependencies and try again. This isn't the cause of your issue otherwise.

Spring security CORS Filter

Since i had problems with the other solutions (especially to get it working in all browsers, for example edge doesn't recognize "*" as a valid value for "Access-Control-Allow-Methods"), i had to use a custom filter component, which in the end worked for me and did exactly what i wanted to achieve.

@Component
@Order(Ordered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE)
public class CorsFilter implements Filter {
    public void doFilter(ServletRequest req, ServletResponse res, FilterChain chain)
            throws IOException, ServletException {
        HttpServletResponse response = (HttpServletResponse) res;
        HttpServletRequest request = (HttpServletRequest) req;
        response.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*");
        response.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Credentials", "true");
        response.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Methods",
                "ACL, CANCELUPLOAD, CHECKIN, CHECKOUT, COPY, DELETE, GET, HEAD, LOCK, MKCALENDAR, MKCOL, MOVE, OPTIONS, POST, PROPFIND, PROPPATCH, PUT, REPORT, SEARCH, UNCHECKOUT, UNLOCK, UPDATE, VERSION-CONTROL");
        response.setHeader("Access-Control-Max-Age", "3600");
        response.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Headers",
                "Origin, X-Requested-With, Content-Type, Accept, Key, Authorization");

        if ("OPTIONS".equalsIgnoreCase(request.getMethod())) {
            response.setStatus(HttpServletResponse.SC_OK);
        } else {
            chain.doFilter(req, res);
        }
    }

    public void init(FilterConfig filterConfig) {
        // not needed
    }

    public void destroy() {
        //not needed
    }

}

how to iterate through dictionary in a dictionary in django template?

If you pass a variable data (dictionary type) as context to a template, then you code should be:

{% for key, value in data.items %}
    <p>{{ key }} : {{ value }}</p> 
{% endfor %}

How to automatically add user account AND password with a Bash script?

Single liner to create a sudo user with home directory and password.

useradd -m -p $(openssl passwd -1 ${PASSWORD}) -s /bin/bash -G sudo ${USERNAME}

How to Check if value exists in a MySQL database

This works for me :


$db = mysqli_connect('localhost', 'UserName', 'Password', 'DB_Name') or die('Not Connected');
mysqli_set_charset($db, 'utf8');

$sql = mysqli_query($db,"SELECT * FROM `mytable` WHERE city='c7'");
$sql = mysqli_fetch_assoc($sql);
$Checker = $sql['city'];

if  ($Checker != null) {
    
    echo 'Already exists';
    
} else {

    echo 'Not found';
}

How to un-commit last un-pushed git commit without losing the changes

2020 simple way :

git reset <commit_hash>

Commit hash of the last commit you want to keep.

Repeat String - Javascript

Recursive solution using divide and conquer:

function repeat(n, s) {
    if (n==0) return '';
    if (n==1 || isNaN(n)) return s;
    with(Math) { return repeat(floor(n/2), s)+repeat(ceil(n/2), s); }
}

Making heatmap from pandas DataFrame

Surprised to see no one mentioned more capable, interactive and easier to use alternatives.

A) You can use plotly:

  1. Just two lines and you get:

  2. interactivity,

  3. smooth scale,

  4. colors based on whole dataframe instead of individual columns,

  5. column names & row indices on axes,

  6. zooming in,

  7. panning,

  8. built-in one-click ability to save it as a PNG format,

  9. auto-scaling,

  10. comparison on hovering,

  11. bubbles showing values so heatmap still looks good and you can see values wherever you want:

import plotly.express as px
fig = px.imshow(df.corr())
fig.show()

enter image description here

B) You can also use Bokeh:

All the same functionality with a tad much hassle. But still worth it if you do not want to opt-in for plotly and still want all these things:

from bokeh.plotting import figure, show, output_notebook
from bokeh.models import ColumnDataSource, LinearColorMapper
from bokeh.transform import transform
output_notebook()
colors = ['#d7191c', '#fdae61', '#ffffbf', '#a6d96a', '#1a9641']
TOOLS = "hover,save,pan,box_zoom,reset,wheel_zoom"
data = df.corr().stack().rename("value").reset_index()
p = figure(x_range=list(df.columns), y_range=list(df.index), tools=TOOLS, toolbar_location='below',
           tooltips=[('Row, Column', '@level_0 x @level_1'), ('value', '@value')], height = 500, width = 500)

p.rect(x="level_1", y="level_0", width=1, height=1,
       source=data,
       fill_color={'field': 'value', 'transform': LinearColorMapper(palette=colors, low=data.value.min(), high=data.value.max())},
       line_color=None)
color_bar = ColorBar(color_mapper=LinearColorMapper(palette=colors, low=data.value.min(), high=data.value.max()), major_label_text_font_size="7px",
                     ticker=BasicTicker(desired_num_ticks=len(colors)),
                     formatter=PrintfTickFormatter(format="%f"),
                     label_standoff=6, border_line_color=None, location=(0, 0))
p.add_layout(color_bar, 'right')

show(p)

enter image description here

How to fix request failed on channel 0

Try this:

vi /etc/security/limits.d/20-nproc.conf
*          soft    nproc     4096   # change to 65535 
root       soft    nproc     unlimited

How to convert a date to milliseconds

The 2017 answer is: Use the date and time classes introduced in Java 8 (and also backported to Java 6 and 7 in the ThreeTen Backport).

If you want to interpret the date-time string in the computer’s time zone:

    long millisSinceEpoch = LocalDateTime.parse(myDate, DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("uuuu/MM/dd HH:mm:ss"))
            .atZone(ZoneId.systemDefault())
            .toInstant()
            .toEpochMilli();

If another time zone, fill that zone in instead of ZoneId.systemDefault(). If UTC, use

    long millisSinceEpoch = LocalDateTime.parse(myDate, DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("uuuu/MM/dd HH:mm:ss"))
            .atOffset(ZoneOffset.UTC)
            .toInstant()
            .toEpochMilli();

How to use NSJSONSerialization

The issue seems to be with autorelease of objects. NSJSONSerialization JSONObjectWithData is obviously creating some autoreleased objects and passing it back to you. If you try to take that on to a different thread, it will not work since it cannot be deallocated on a different thread.

Trick might be to try doing a mutable copy of that dictionary or array and use it.

NSError *e = nil;
id jsonObject = [NSJSONSerialization 
JSONObjectWithData: data 
options: NSJSONReadingMutableContainers 
error: &e] mutableCopy];

Treating a NSDictionary as NSArray will not result in Bad access exception but instead will probably crash when a method call is made.

Also, may be the options do not really matter here but it is better to give NSJSONReadingMutableContainers | NSJSONReadingMutableContainers | NSJSONReadingAllowFragments but even if they are autoreleased objects it may not solve this issue.

How to bring back "Browser mode" in IE11?

Easiest way, especially if in MSDN,,wasted hours of my time, stupid MS

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2900662/en-us?sd=rss

  1. Open the Developer Tools pane. To do this, press F12.
  2. Open the Emulation screen. To do this, press Ctrl+8.
  3. On the Document mode list under Mode, click 9.
  4. On the User agent string list under Mode, click Internet Explorer 9.

C++ IDE for Linux?

On Linux there are plenty of IDEs:

In my experience, the most valuable are Eclipse and Qt Creator. Both provide all "standard" features (i.e., autocompletion, syntax highlightning, debugger, git integration). It is worth noting that Eclipse also provides refactoring functionalities, while Qt Creator provides integration with Valgrind and support for deployment on remote targets.

Also the commercial CLion IDE seems preety good (but I've not used it extensively).

converting multiple columns from character to numeric format in r

Slight adjustment to answers from ARobertson and Kenneth Wilson that worked for me.

Running R 3.6.0, with library(tidyverse) and library(dplyr) in my environment:

library(tidyverse)
library(dplyr)
> df %<>% mutate_if(is.character, as.numeric)
Error in df %<>% mutate_if(is.character, as.numeric) : 
  could not find function "%<>%"

I did some quick research and found this note in Hadley's "The tidyverse style guide".

The magrittr package provides the %<>% operator as a shortcut for modifying an object in place. Avoid this operator.

# Good x <- x %>%
           abs() %>%    
           sort()

# Bad x %<>%   
          abs() %>%
          sort()

Solution

Based on that style guide:

df_clean <- df %>% mutate_if(is.character, as.numeric)

Working example

> df_clean <- df %>% mutate_if(is.character, as.numeric)
Warning messages:
1: NAs introduced by coercion 
2: NAs introduced by coercion 
3: NAs introduced by coercion 
4: NAs introduced by coercion 
5: NAs introduced by coercion 
6: NAs introduced by coercion 
7: NAs introduced by coercion 
8: NAs introduced by coercion 
9: NAs introduced by coercion 
10: NAs introduced by coercion 
> df_clean
# A tibble: 3,599 x 17
   stack datetime            volume BQT90 DBT90 DRT90 DLT90 FBT90  RT90 HTML90 RFT90 RLPP90 RAT90 SRVR90 SSL90 TCP90 group
   <dbl> <dttm>               <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl>  <dbl> <dbl>  <dbl> <dbl>  <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl>

Android Shared preferences for creating one time activity (example)

Write to Shared Preferences

SharedPreferences sharedPref = getActivity().getPreferences(Context.MODE_PRIVATE);
SharedPreferences.Editor editor = sharedPref.edit();
editor.putInt(getString(R.string.saved_high_score), newHighScore);
 editor.commit(); 

Read from Shared Preferences

SharedPreferences sharedPref = getActivity().getPreferences(Context.MODE_PRIVATE);
int defaultValue = getResources().getInteger(R.string.saved_high_score_default);
long highScore = sharedPref.getInt(getString(R.string.saved_high_score), defaultValue);

How to declare a global variable in php?

The $GLOBALS array can be used instead:

$GLOBALS['a'] = 'localhost';

function body(){

    echo $GLOBALS['a'];
}

From the Manual:

An associative array containing references to all variables which are currently defined in the global scope of the script. The variable names are the keys of the array.


If you have a set of functions that need some common variables, a class with properties may be a good choice instead of a global:

class MyTest
{
    protected $a;

    public function __construct($a)
    {
        $this->a = $a;
    }

    public function head()
    {
        echo $this->a;
    }

    public function footer()
    {
        echo $this->a;
    }
}

$a = 'localhost';
$obj = new MyTest($a);

Get the client IP address using PHP

It also works fine for internal IP addresses:

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

      return $ipaddress;
 }

$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] missing

Referer is not a compulsory header. It may or may not be there or could be modified/fictitious. Rely on it at your own risk. Anyways, you should wrap your call so you do not get an undefined index error:

$server = isset($_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']) ? $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] : "";

Check if a file exists locally using JavaScript only

An alternative: you can use a "hidden" applet element which implements this exist-check using a privileged action object and override your run method by:

File file = new File(yourPath);
return file.exists();

HQL Hibernate INNER JOIN

import java.io.Serializable;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;
import javax.persistence.CascadeType;
import javax.persistence.Column;
import javax.persistence.Entity;
import javax.persistence.GeneratedValue;
import javax.persistence.GenerationType;
import javax.persistence.Id;
import javax.persistence.OneToMany;
import javax.persistence.Table;

@Entity
@Table(name="empTable")
public class Employee implements Serializable{
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
private int id;
private String empName;

List<Address> addList=new ArrayList<Address>();


@Id
@GeneratedValue(strategy=GenerationType.IDENTITY)
@Column(name="emp_id")
public int getId() {
    return id;
}
public void setId(int id) {
    this.id = id;
}
public String getEmpName() {
    return empName;
}
public void setEmpName(String empName) {
    this.empName = empName;
}

@OneToMany(mappedBy="employee",cascade=CascadeType.ALL)
public List<Address> getAddList() {
    return addList;
}

public void setAddList(List<Address> addList) {
    this.addList = addList;
}
}

We have two entities Employee and Address with One to Many relationship.

import java.io.Serializable;
import javax.persistence.Entity;
import javax.persistence.GeneratedValue;
import javax.persistence.GenerationType;
import javax.persistence.Id;
import javax.persistence.JoinColumn;
import javax.persistence.ManyToOne;
import javax.persistence.Table;

@Entity
@Table(name="address")
public class Address implements Serializable{

private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

private int address_id;
private String address;
Employee employee;

@Id
@GeneratedValue(strategy=GenerationType.IDENTITY)
public int getAddress_id() {
    return address_id;
}
public void setAddress_id(int address_id) {
    this.address_id = address_id;
}
public String getAddress() {
    return address;
}
public void setAddress(String address) {
    this.address = address;
}

@ManyToOne
@JoinColumn(name="emp_id")
public Employee getEmployee() {
    return employee;
}
public void setEmployee(Employee employee) {
    this.employee = employee;
}
}

By this way we can implement inner join between two tables

import java.util.List;
import org.hibernate.Query;
import org.hibernate.Session;

public class Main {

public static void main(String[] args) {
    saveEmployee();

    retrieveEmployee();

}

private static void saveEmployee() {
    Employee employee=new Employee();
    Employee employee1=new Employee();
    Employee employee2=new Employee();
    Employee employee3=new Employee();

    Address address=new Address();
    Address address1=new Address();
    Address address2=new Address();
    Address address3=new Address();

    address.setAddress("1485,Sector 42 b");
    address1.setAddress("1485,Sector 42 c");
    address2.setAddress("1485,Sector 42 d");
    address3.setAddress("1485,Sector 42 a");

    employee.setEmpName("Varun");
    employee1.setEmpName("Krishan");
    employee2.setEmpName("Aasif");
    employee3.setEmpName("Dut");

    address.setEmployee(employee);
    address1.setEmployee(employee1);
    address2.setEmployee(employee2);
    address3.setEmployee(employee3);

    employee.getAddList().add(address);
    employee1.getAddList().add(address1);
    employee2.getAddList().add(address2);
    employee3.getAddList().add(address3);

    Session session=HibernateUtil.getSessionFactory().openSession();

    session.beginTransaction();

    session.save(employee);
    session.save(employee1);
    session.save(employee2);
    session.save(employee3);
    session.getTransaction().commit();
    session.close();
}

private static void retrieveEmployee() {
    try{

    String sqlQuery="select e from Employee e inner join e.addList";

    Session session=HibernateUtil.getSessionFactory().openSession();

    Query query=session.createQuery(sqlQuery);

    List<Employee> list=query.list();

     list.stream().forEach((p)->{System.out.println(p.getEmpName());});     
    session.close();
    }catch(Exception e){
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}
}

I have used Java 8 for loop for priting the names. Make sure you have jdk 1.8 with tomcat 8. Also add some more records for better understanding.

 public class HibernateUtil {
 private static SessionFactory sessionFactory ;
 static {
    Configuration configuration = new Configuration();

    configuration.addAnnotatedClass(Employee.class);
    configuration.addAnnotatedClass(Address.class);
                  configuration.setProperty("connection.driver_class","com.mysql.jdbc.Driver");
    configuration.setProperty("hibernate.connection.url", "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/hibernate");                                
    configuration.setProperty("hibernate.connection.username", "root");     
    configuration.setProperty("hibernate.connection.password", "root");
    configuration.setProperty("dialect", "org.hibernate.dialect.MySQLDialect");
    configuration.setProperty("hibernate.hbm2ddl.auto", "update");
    configuration.setProperty("hibernate.show_sql", "true");
    configuration.setProperty(" hibernate.connection.pool_size", "10");


   // configuration
    StandardServiceRegistryBuilder builder = new StandardServiceRegistryBuilder().applySettings(configuration.getProperties());
    sessionFactory = configuration.buildSessionFactory(builder.build());
 }
public static SessionFactory getSessionFactory() {
    return sessionFactory;
}
} 

How can I get the domain name of my site within a Django template?

Similar to user panchicore's reply, this is what I did on a very simple website. It provides a few variables and makes them available on the template.

SITE_URL would hold a value like example.com
SITE_PROTOCOL would hold a value like http or https
SITE_PROTOCOL_URL would hold a value like http://example.com or https://example.com
SITE_PROTOCOL_RELATIVE_URL would hold a value like //example.com.

module/context_processors.py

from django.conf import settings

def site(request):

    SITE_PROTOCOL_RELATIVE_URL = '//' + settings.SITE_URL

    SITE_PROTOCOL = 'http'
    if request.is_secure():
        SITE_PROTOCOL = 'https'

    SITE_PROTOCOL_URL = SITE_PROTOCOL + '://' + settings.SITE_URL

    return {
        'SITE_URL': settings.SITE_URL,
        'SITE_PROTOCOL': SITE_PROTOCOL,
        'SITE_PROTOCOL_URL': SITE_PROTOCOL_URL,
        'SITE_PROTOCOL_RELATIVE_URL': SITE_PROTOCOL_RELATIVE_URL
    }

settings.py

TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS = (
    ...
    "module.context_processors.site",
    ....
 )

SITE_URL = 'example.com'

Then, on your templates, use them as {{ SITE_URL }}, {{ SITE_PROTOCOL }}, {{ SITE_PROTOCOL_URL }} and {{ SITE_PROTOCOL_RELATIVE_URL }}

typeof !== "undefined" vs. != null

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console.log(typeof bar === "object"); //true yes _x000D_
//because null a datatype of object_x000D_
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var barf = "dff";_x000D_
console.log(typeof barf.constructor);//function_x000D_
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console.log(Array.isArray(bar));//falsss_x000D_
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console.log((bar !== null) && (bar.constructor === Object)); //false_x000D_
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console.log((bar !== null) && (typeof bar === "object"));  // logs false_x000D_
//because bar!==null, bar is a object_x000D_
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console.log((bar !== null) && ((typeof bar === "object") || (typeof bar === "function"))); //false_x000D_
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console.log(typeof bar === typeof object); //false_x000D_
console.log(typeof bar2 === typeof undefined); //true_x000D_
console.log(typeof bar3 === typeof undefinedff); //true_x000D_
console.log(typeof bar2 == typeof undefined); //true_x000D_
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console.log((bar !== null) && (typeof bar === "object") && (toString.call(bar) !== "[object Array]")); //false
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Setting environment variable in react-native?

React native does not have the concept of global variables. It enforces modular scope strictly, in order to promote component modularity and reusability.

Sometimes, though, you need components to be aware of their environment. In this case it's very simple to define an Environment module which components can then call to get environment variables, for example:

environment.js

var _Environments = {
    production:  {BASE_URL: '', API_KEY: ''},
    staging:     {BASE_URL: '', API_KEY: ''},
    development: {BASE_URL: '', API_KEY: ''},
}

function getEnvironment() {
    // Insert logic here to get the current platform (e.g. staging, production, etc)
    var platform = getPlatform()

    // ...now return the correct environment
    return _Environments[platform]
}

var Environment = getEnvironment()
module.exports = Environment

my-component.js

var Environment = require('./environment.js')

...somewhere in your code...
var url = Environment.BASE_URL

This creates a singleton environment which can be accessed from anywhere inside the scope of your app. You have to explicitly require(...) the module from any components that use Environment variables, but that is a good thing.

Failed to open the HAX device! HAX is not working and emulator runs in emulation mode emulator

I had this error and the other fixes didn't help me, but changing the CPU type the emulator used did get it working.

Create a new emulator and try using mips or arm for the cpu selection

PostgreSQL: export resulting data from SQL query to Excel/CSV

In PostgreSQL 9.4 to create to file CSV with the header in Ubuntu:

COPY (SELECT * FROM tbl) TO '/home/user/Desktop/result_sql.csv' WITH CSV HEADER;

Note: The folder must be writable.

Is there a command like "watch" or "inotifywait" on the Mac?

My fork of fswatch provides the functionality of inotifywait -m with slightly less (no wait, more! I have a lot more troubles on Linux with inotifywait...) parse-friendly output.

It is an improvement upon the original fswatch because it sends out the actual path of the changed file over STDOUT rather than requiring you to provide a program that it forks.

It's been rock solid as the foundation of a series of scary bash scripts I use to automate stuff.

(this is off-topic) inotifywait on Linux, on the other hand, requires a lot of kludges on top of it and I still haven't figured out a good way to manage it, though I think something based on node.js might be the ticket.

What are 'get' and 'set' in Swift?

A simple question should be followed by a short, simple and clear answer.

  • When we are getting a value of the property it fires its get{} part.

  • When we are setting a value to the property it fires its set{} part.

PS. When setting a value to the property, SWIFT automatically creates a constant named "newValue" = a value we are setting. After a constant "newValue" becomes accessible in the property's set{} part.

Example:

var A:Int = 0
var B:Int = 0

var C:Int {
get {return 1}
set {print("Recived new value", newValue, " and stored into 'B' ")
     B = newValue
     }
}

//When we are getting a value of C it fires get{} part of C property
A = C 
A            //Now A = 1

//When we are setting a value to C it fires set{} part of C property
C = 2
B            //Now B = 2

import android packages cannot be resolved

try this in eclipse: Window - Preferences - Android - SDK Location and setup SDK path

How can I use JQuery to post JSON data?

I tried Ninh Pham's solution but it didn't work for me until I tweaked it - see below. Remove contentType and don't encode your json data

$.fn.postJSON = function(url, data) {
    return $.ajax({
            type: 'POST',
            url: url,
            data: data,
            dataType: 'json'
        });

How to Get the Query Executed in Laravel 5? DB::getQueryLog() Returning Empty Array

You need to first enable query logging

DB::enableQueryLog();

Then you can get query logs by simply:

dd(DB::getQueryLog());

It would be better if you enable query logging before application starts, which you can do in a BeforeMiddleware and then retrieve the executed queries in AfterMiddleware.

SSIS how to set connection string dynamically from a config file

Some options:

  1. You can use the Execute Package Utility to change your datasource, before running the package.

  2. You can run your package using DTEXEC, and change your connection by passing in a /CONNECTION parameter. Probably save it as a batch so next time you don't need to type the whole thing and just change the datasource as required.

  3. You can use the SSIS XML package configuration file. Here is a walk through.

  4. You can save your configrations in a database table.

convert iso date to milliseconds in javascript

A shorthand of the previous solutions is

var myDate = +new Date("2012-02-10T13:19:11+0000");

It does an on the fly type conversion and directly outputs date in millisecond format.

Another way is also using parse method of Date util which only outputs EPOCH time in milliseconds.

var myDate = Date.parse("2012-02-10T13:19:11+0000");