Programs & Examples On #Gnu screen

screen (GNU Screen) is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes, typically interactive shells. Before using this tag, read the "Which site is more appropriate?" session of the tag wiki.

Terminal Multiplexer for Microsoft Windows - Installers for GNU Screen or tmux

Both tmux and GNU Screen work under cygwin. They can be installed from the cygwin installer. Just search for their name there and you probably will get to the latest version (at least for tmux).

How to send control+c from a bash script?

ctrl+c and kill -INT <pid> are not exactly the same, to emulate ctrl+c we need to first understand the difference.

kill -INT <pid> will send the INT signal to a given process (found with its pid).

ctrl+c is mapped to the intr special character which when received by the terminal should send INT to the foreground process group of that terminal. You can emulate that by targetting the group of your given <pid>. It can be done by prepending a - before the signal in the kill command. Hence the command you want is:

kill -INT -<pid>

You can test it pretty easily with a script:

#!/usr/bin/env ruby

fork {
    trap(:INT) {
        puts 'signal received in child!'
        exit
    }
    sleep 1_000
}

puts "run `kill -INT -#{Process.pid}` in any other terminal window."
Process.wait

Sources:

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

Press Ctrl-a then : and then type

scrollback 10000

to get a 10000 line buffer, for example.

You can also set the default number of scrollback lines by adding

defscrollback 10000

to your ~/.screenrc file.

To scroll (if your terminal doesn't allow you to by default), press Ctrl-a ESC and then scroll (with the usual Ctrl-f for next page or Ctrl-a for previous page, or just with your mouse wheel / two-fingers). To exit the scrolling mode, just press ESC.

Another tip: Ctrl-a i shows your current buffer setting.

Kill Attached Screen in Linux

None of the screen commands were killing or reattaching the screen for me. Any screen command would just hang. I found another approach.

Each running screen has a file associated with it in:

/var/run/screen/S-{user_name}

The files in that folder will match the names of the screens when running the screen -list. If you delete the file, it kills the associated running screen (detached or attached).

How do I force detach Screen from another SSH session?

try with screen -d -r or screen -D -RR

How to assign name for a screen?

The easiest way use screen with name

screen -S 'name' 'application'
  • Ctrl+a, d = exit and leave application open

Return to screen:

screen -r 'name'

for example using lynx with screen

Create screen:

screen -S lynx lynx

Ctrl+a, d =exit

later you can return with:

screen -r lynx

Save Screen (program) output to a file

A different answer if you need to save the output of your whole scrollback buffer from an already actively running screen:

Ctrl-a [ g SPACE G $ >.

This will save your whole buffer to /tmp/screen-exchange

Kill detached screen session

Alternatively, while in your screen session all you have to do is type exit

This will kill the shell session initiated by the screen, which effectively terminates the screen session you are on.

No need to bother with screen session id, etc.

How to list running screen sessions?

The command screen -list may be what you want.

See the man

Matplotlib make tick labels font size smaller

The following worked for me:

ax2.xaxis.set_tick_params(labelsize=7)
ax2.yaxis.set_tick_params(labelsize=7)

The advantage of the above is you do not need to provide the array of labels and works with any data on the axes.

Check whether a table contains rows or not sql server 2005

FOR the best performance, use specific column name instead of * - for example:

SELECT TOP 1 <columnName> 
FROM <tableName> 

This is optimal because, instead of returning the whole list of columns, it is returning just one. That can save some time.

Also, returning just first row if there are any values, makes it even faster. Actually you got just one value as the result - if there are any rows, or no value if there is no rows.

If you use the table in distributed manner, which is most probably the case, than transporting just one value from the server to the client is much faster.

You also should choose wisely among all the columns to get data from a column which can take as less resource as possible.

How to include duplicate keys in HashMap?

Use Map<Integer, List<String>>:

Map<Integer, List<String>> map = new LinkedHashMap< Integer, List<String>>();

map.put(-1505711364, new ArrayList<>(Arrays.asList("4")));
map.put(294357273, new ArrayList<>(Arrays.asList("15", "71")));
//...

To add a new key/value pair in this map:

public void add(Integer key, String newValue) {
    List<String> currentValue = map.get(key);
    if (currentValue == null) {
        currentValue = new ArrayList<String>();
        map.put(key, currentValue);
    }
    currentValue.add(newValue);
}

Add image in title bar

That method will not work. The <title> only supports plain text. You will need to create an .ico image with the filename of favicon.ico and save it into the root folder of your site (where your default page is).

Alternatively, you can save the icon where ever you wish and call it whatever you want, but simply insert the following code into the <head> section of your HTML and reference your icon:

<link rel="shortcut icon" href="your_image_path_and_name.ico" />

You can use Photoshop (with a plug in) or GIMP (free) to create an .ico file, or you can just use IcoFX, which is my personal favourite as it is really easy to use and does a great job (you can get an older version of the software for free from download.com).

Update 1: You can also use a number of online tools to create favicons such as ConvertIcon, which I've used successfully. There are other free online tools available now too, which do the same (accessible by a simple Google search), but also generate other icons such as the Windows 8/10 Start Menu icons and iOS App Icons.

Update 2: You can also use .png images as icons providing IE11 is the only version of IE you need to support. You just need to reference them using the HTML code above. Note that IE10 and older still require .ico files.

Update 3: You can now use Emoji characters in the title field. On Windows 10, it should generally fall back and use the Segoe UI Emoji font and display nicely, however you'll need to test and see how other systems support and display your chosen emoji, as not all devices may have the same Emoji available.

C compiler for Windows?

You could always just use gcc via cygwin.

error C2065: 'cout' : undeclared identifier

If you started a project requiring the #include "stdafx.h" line, put it first.

How do I make entire div a link?

Wrapping a <a> around won't work (unless you set the <div> to display:inline-block; or display:block; to the <a>) because the div is s a block-level element and the <a> is not.

<a href="http://www.example.com" style="display:block;">
   <div>
       content
   </div>
</a>

<a href="http://www.example.com">
   <div style="display:inline-block;">
       content
   </div>
</a>

<a href="http://www.example.com">
   <span>
       content
   </span >
</a>

<a href="http://www.example.com">
   content
</a>

But maybe you should skip the <div> and choose a <span> instead, or just the plain <a>. And if you really want to make the div clickable, you could attach a javascript redirect with a onclick handler, somethign like:

document.getElementById("myId").setAttribute('onclick', 'location.href = "url"'); 

but I would recommend against that.

How do I use the ternary operator ( ? : ) in PHP as a shorthand for "if / else"?

You can do this even shorter by replacing echo with <?= code ?>

<?=(empty($storeData['street2'])) ? 'Yes <br />' : 'No <br />'?>

This is useful especially when you want to determine, inside a navbar, whether the menu option should be displayed as already visited (clicked) or not:

<li<?=($basename=='index.php' ? ' class="active"' : '')?>><a href="index.php">Home</a></li>

Getting attributes of a class

This can be done without inspect, I guess.

Take the following class:

 class Test:
   a = 1
   b = 2

   def __init__(self):
     self.c = 42

   @staticmethod
   def toto():
     return "toto"

   def test(self):
     return "test"

Looking at the members along with their types:

t = Test()
l = [ (x, eval('type(x.%s).__name__' % x)) for x in dir(a) ]

... gives:

[('__doc__', 'NoneType'),
 ('__init__', 'instancemethod'),
 ('__module__', 'str'),
 ('a', 'int'),
 ('b', 'int'),
 ('c', 'int'),
 ('test', 'instancemethod'),
 ('toto', 'function')]

So to output only the variables, you just have to filter the results by type, and names not starting with '__'. E.g.

filter(lambda x: x[1] not in ['instancemethod', 'function'] and not x[0].startswith('__'), l)

[('a', 'int'), ('b', 'int'), ('c', 'int')] # actual result

That's it.

Note: if you're using Python 3, convert the iterators to lists.

If you want a more robust way to do it, use inspect.

Handling onchange event in HTML.DropDownList Razor MVC

The way of dknaack does not work for me, I found this solution as well:

@Html.DropDownList("Chapters", ViewBag.Chapters as SelectList, 
                    "Select chapter", new { @onchange = "location = this.value;" })

where

@Html.DropDownList(controlName, ViewBag.property + cast, "Default value", @onchange event)

In the controller you can add:

DbModel db = new DbModel();    //entity model of Entity Framework

ViewBag.Chapters = new SelectList(db.T_Chapter, "Id", "Name");

How to deploy a war file in Tomcat 7

If you installed tomcat7 using apt-get in linux then, deploy your app to /var/lib/tomcat7/webapps/

eg.

sudo service tomcat7 stop

mvn clean package
sudo cp target/DestroyTheWorldWithPeace.war /var/lib/tomcat7/webapps/
#you might also want to make sure war file has permission (`777` not just `+x`)
sudo service tomcat7 start

Also, keep tailing the tomcat log so that you can verify that your app is actually making peace with tomcat.

tail -f /var/lib/tomcat7/logs/catalina.out

The deployed application should appear in http://172.16.35.155:8080/manager/html

How to apply border radius in IE8 and below IE8 browsers?

As the answer said above, CSS PIE makes things like border-radius and box-shadow work in IE6-IE8: http://css3pie.com/

That said I have still found things to be somewhat flaky when using PIE and now just accept that people using older browsers aren't going to see rounded corners and dropshadows.

Search text in fields in every table of a MySQL database

If you are avoiding stored procedures like the plague, or are unable to do a mysql_dump due to permissions, or running into other various reasons.

I would suggest a three-step approach like this:

1) Where this query builds a bunch of queries as a result set.

# =================
# VAR/CHAR SEARCH
# =================
# BE ADVISED USE ANY OF THESE WITH CAUTION
# DON'T RUN ON YOUR PRODUCTION SERVER 
# ** USE AN ALTERNATE BACKUP **

SELECT 
    CONCAT('SELECT * FROM ', A.TABLE_SCHEMA, '.', A.TABLE_NAME, 
           ' WHERE ', A.COLUMN_NAME, ' LIKE \'%stuff%\';') 
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS A
WHERE 
            A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'mysql' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'innodb' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'performance_schema' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'information_schema'
AND     
        (
            A.DATA_TYPE LIKE '%text%'
        OR  
            A.DATA_TYPE LIKE '%char%'
        )
;

.

# =================
# NUMBER SEARCH
# =================
# BE ADVISED USE WITH CAUTION

SELECT 
    CONCAT('SELECT * FROM ', A.TABLE_SCHEMA, '.', A.TABLE_NAME, 
           ' WHERE ', A.COLUMN_NAME, ' IN (\'%1234567890%\');') 
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS A
WHERE 
            A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'mysql' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'innodb' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'performance_schema' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'information_schema'
AND     A.DATA_TYPE IN ('bigint','int','smallint','tinyint','decimal','double')
;

.

# =================
# BLOB SEARCH
# =================
# BE ADVISED THIS IS CAN END HORRIFICALLY IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
# YOU SHOULD KNOW IF YOU HAVE FULL TEXT INDEX ON OR NOT
# MISUSE AND YOU COULD CRASH A LARGE SERVER
SELECT 
    CONCAT('SELECT CONVERT(',A.COLUMN_NAME, ' USING utf8) FROM ', A.TABLE_SCHEMA, '.', A.TABLE_NAME, 
           ' WHERE CONVERT(',A.COLUMN_NAME, ' USING utf8) IN (\'%someText%\');') 
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS A
WHERE 
            A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'mysql' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'innodb' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'performance_schema' 
AND     A.TABLE_SCHEMA != 'information_schema'
AND     A.DATA_TYPE LIKE '%blob%'
;

Results should look like this:

Copy these results into another query window

2) You can then just Right Click and use the Copy Row (tab-separated)

enter image description here

3) Paste results in a new query window and run to your heart's content.

Detail: I exclude system schema's that you may not usually see in your workbench unless you have the option Show Metadata and Internal Schemas checked.

I did this to provide a quick way to ANALYZE an entire HOST or DB if needed or to run OPTIMIZE statements to support performance improvements.

I'm sure there are different ways you may go about doing this but here’s what works for me:

-- ========================================== DYNAMICALLY FIND TABLES AND CREATE A LIST OF QUERIES IN THE RESULTS TO ANALYZE THEM
SELECT CONCAT('ANALYZE TABLE ', TABLE_SCHEMA, '.', TABLE_NAME, ';') FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = 'dbname';

-- ========================================== DYNAMICALLY FIND TABLES AND CREATE A LIST OF QUERIES IN THE RESULTS TO OPTIMIZE THEM
SELECT CONCAT('OPTIMIZE TABLE ', TABLE_SCHEMA, '.', TABLE_NAME, ';') FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = 'dbname';

Tested On MySQL Version: 5.6.23

WARNING: DO NOT RUN THIS IF:

  1. You are concerned with causing Table-locks (keep an eye on your client-connections)
  2. You are unsure about what you are doing.

  3. You are trying to anger you DBA. (you may have people at your desk with the quickness.)

Cheers, Jay ;-]

Using margin:auto to vertically-align a div

Those two solution require only two nested elements.
First - Relative and absolute positioning if the content is static (manual center).

.black {
    position:relative;
    min-height:500px;
    background:rgba(0,0,0,.5);

}
.message {
    position:absolute;
    margin: 0 auto;
    width: 180px;
    top: 45%; bottom:45%;  left: 0%; right: 0%;
}

https://jsfiddle.net/GlupiJas/5mv3j171/

or for fluid design - for exact content center use below example instead:

.message {
  position: absolute;
  top: 50%;
  left: 50%;
  transform: translate(-50%, -50%);
}

https://jsfiddle.net/GlupiJas/w3jnjuv0/

You need 'min-height' set in case the content will exceed 50% of window height. You can also manipulate this height with media query for mobile and tablet devices . But only if You play with responsive design.

I guess You could go further and use simple JavaScript/JQuery script to manipulate the min-height or fixed height if there is a need for some reason.

Second - if content is fluid u can also use table and table-cell css properties with vertical alignment and text-align centered:

/*in a wrapper*/  
display:table;   

and

/*in the element inside the wrapper*/
display:table-cell;
vertical-align: middle;
text-align: center;

Works and scale perfectly, often used as responsive web design solution with grid layouts and media query that manipulate the width of the object.

.black {
    display:table;
    height:500px;
    width:100%;
    background:rgba(0,0,0,.5);

}
.message {
    display:table-cell;
    vertical-align: middle;
    text-align: center;
}

https://jsfiddle.net/GlupiJas/4daf2v36/

I prefer table solution for exact content centering, but in some cases relative absolute positioning will do better job especially if we don't want to keep exact proportion of content alignment.

Web API optional parameters

you need only set default value to parameters(you do not need the Route attribute):

public IHttpActionResult Get(string apc = null, string xpc = null, int? sku = null)
{ ... }

How can I convert a DateTime to the number of seconds since 1970?

If the rest of your system is OK with DateTimeOffset instead of DateTime, there's a really convenient feature:

long unixSeconds = DateTimeOffset.Now.ToUnixTimeSeconds();

How to split() a delimited string to a List<String>

Just u can use with using System.Linq;

List<string> stringList = line.Split(',')     // this is array
 .ToList();     // this is a list which you can loop in all split string

PHP code to convert a MySQL query to CSV

SELECT * INTO OUTFILE "c:/mydata.csv"
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"'
LINES TERMINATED BY "\n"
FROM my_table;

(the documentation for this is here: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/select.html)

or:

$select = "SELECT * FROM table_name";

$export = mysql_query ( $select ) or die ( "Sql error : " . mysql_error( ) );

$fields = mysql_num_fields ( $export );

for ( $i = 0; $i < $fields; $i++ )
{
    $header .= mysql_field_name( $export , $i ) . "\t";
}

while( $row = mysql_fetch_row( $export ) )
{
    $line = '';
    foreach( $row as $value )
    {                                            
        if ( ( !isset( $value ) ) || ( $value == "" ) )
        {
            $value = "\t";
        }
        else
        {
            $value = str_replace( '"' , '""' , $value );
            $value = '"' . $value . '"' . "\t";
        }
        $line .= $value;
    }
    $data .= trim( $line ) . "\n";
}
$data = str_replace( "\r" , "" , $data );

if ( $data == "" )
{
    $data = "\n(0) Records Found!\n";                        
}

header("Content-type: application/octet-stream");
header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=your_desired_name.xls");
header("Pragma: no-cache");
header("Expires: 0");
print "$header\n$data";

adb uninstall failed

Make sure you enter the full package name with application name:

com.domain.app

How to add a response header on nginx when using proxy_pass?

You could try this solution :

In your location block when you use proxy_pass do something like this:

location ... {

  add_header yourHeaderName yourValue;
  proxy_pass xxxx://xxx_my_proxy_addr_xxx;

  # Now use this solution:
  proxy_ignore_headers yourHeaderName // but set by proxy

  # Or if above didn't work maybe this:
  proxy_hide_header yourHeaderName // but set by proxy

}

I'm not sure would it be exactly what you need but try some manipulation of this method and maybe result will fit your problem.

Also you can use this combination:

proxy_hide_header headerSetByProxy;
set $sent_http_header_set_by_proxy yourValue;

How exactly does the android:onClick XML attribute differ from setOnClickListener?

By using the XML attribute you just need to define a method instead of a class so I was wondering if the same can be done via code and not in the XML layout.

Yes, You can make your fragment or activity implement View.OnClickListener

and when you initialize your new view objects in code you can simply do mView.setOnClickListener(this);

and this automatically sets all view objects in code to use the onClick(View v) method that your fragment or activity etc has.

to distinguish which view has called the onClick method, you can use a switch statement on the v.getId() method.

This answer is different from the one that says "No that is not possible via code"

Failed to load resource 404 (Not Found) - file location error?

Looks like the path you gave doesn't have any bootstrap files in them.

href="~/lib/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css"

Make sure the files exist over there , else point the files to the correct path, which should be in your case

href="~/node_modules/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css"

Show loading gif after clicking form submit using jQuery

Button inputs don't have a submit event. Try attaching the event handler to the form instead:

<script type="text/javascript">
     $('#login_form').submit(function() {
       $('#gif').show(); 
       return true;
     });
 </script>

Pinging servers in Python

My reduction using ideas from answers in this post but only using the newer recommended subprocess module and python3:

import subprocess
import platform

operating_sys = platform.system()
nas = '192.168.0.10'

def ping(ip):
    # ping_command = ['ping', ip, '-n', '1'] instead of ping_command = ['ping', ip, '-n 1'] for Windows
    ping_command = ['ping', ip, '-n', '1'] if operating_sys == 'Windows' else ['ping', ip, '-c 1']
    shell_needed = True if operating_sys == 'Windows' else False

    ping_output = subprocess.run(ping_command,shell=shell_needed,stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
    success = ping_output.returncode
    return True if success == 0 else False

out = ping(nas)
print(out)

send Content-Type: application/json post with node.js

Mikeal's request module can do this easily:

var request = require('request');

var options = {
  uri: 'https://www.googleapis.com/urlshortener/v1/url',
  method: 'POST',
  json: {
    "longUrl": "http://www.google.com/"
  }
};

request(options, function (error, response, body) {
  if (!error && response.statusCode == 200) {
    console.log(body.id) // Print the shortened url.
  }
});

How to make a browser display a "save as dialog" so the user can save the content of a string to a file on his system?

There is a new spec called the Native File System API that allows you to do this properly like this:

const result = await window.chooseFileSystemEntries({ type: "save-file" });

There is a demo here, but I believe it is using an origin trial so it may not work in your own website unless you sign up or enable a config flag, and it obviously only works in Chrome. If you're making an Electron app this might be an option though.

Why is a ConcurrentModificationException thrown and how to debug it

Try using a ConcurrentHashMap instead of a plain HashMap

How to set cell spacing and UICollectionView - UICollectionViewFlowLayout size ratio?

For Swift 3 and XCode 8, this worked. Follow below steps to achieve this:-

{
    let layout: UICollectionViewFlowLayout = UICollectionViewFlowLayout()
    let width = UIScreen.main.bounds.width
    layout.sectionInset = UIEdgeInsets(top: 0, left: 5, bottom: 0, right: 5)
    layout.itemSize = CGSize(width: width / 2, height: width / 2)
    layout.minimumInteritemSpacing = 0
    layout.minimumLineSpacing = 0
    collectionView!.collectionViewLayout = layout
}

Place this code into viewDidLoad() function.

How to remove item from a JavaScript object

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_x000D_
var test = {'red':'#FF0000', 'blue':'#0000FF'};_x000D_
delete test.blue; // or use => delete test['blue'];_x000D_
console.log(test);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

this deletes test.blue

String to object in JS

If I'm understanding correctly:

var properties = string.split(', ');
var obj = {};
properties.forEach(function(property) {
    var tup = property.split(':');
    obj[tup[0]] = tup[1];
});

I'm assuming that the property name is to the left of the colon and the string value that it takes on is to the right.

Note that Array.forEach is JavaScript 1.6 -- you may want to use a toolkit for maximum compatibility.

How can I list (ls) the 5 last modified files in a directory?

Try using head or tail. If you want the 5 most-recently modified files:

ls -1t | head -5

The -1 (that's a one) says one file per line and the head says take the first 5 entries.

If you want the last 5 try

ls -1t | tail -5

gradlew command not found?

First thing is you need to run the gradle task that you mentioned for this wrapper. Ex : gradle wrapper After running this command, check your directory for gradlew and gradlew.bat files. gradlew is the shell script file & can be used in linux/Mac OS. gradlew.bat is the batch file for windows OS. Then run,

./gradlew build (linux/mac). It will work.

Get the second highest value in a MySQL table

To get second highest value:

SELECT `salary` FROM `employees` ORDER BY `salary` DESC LIMIT 1, 1;

Android: adbd cannot run as root in production builds

For those who rooted the Android device with Magisk, you can install adb_root from https://github.com/evdenis/adb_root. Then adb root can run smoothly.

Counting Number of Letters in a string variable

myString.Length; //will get you your result
//alternatively, if you only want the count of letters:
myString.Count(char.IsLetter);
//however, if you want to display the words as ***_***** (where _ is a space)
//you can also use this:
//small note: that will fail with a repeated word, so check your repeats!
myString.Split(' ').ToDictionary(n => n, n => n.Length);
//or if you just want the strings and get the counts later:
myString.Split(' ');
//will not fail with repeats
//and neither will this, which will also get you the counts:
myString.Split(' ').Select(n => new KeyValuePair<string, int>(n, n.Length));

How to Add Incremental Numbers to a New Column Using Pandas

You can also simply set your pandas column as list of id values with length same as of dataframe.

df['New_ID'] = range(880, 880+len(df))

Reference docs : https://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/missing_data.html

How to get the path of running java program

    ClassLoader cl = ClassLoader.getSystemClassLoader();

    URL[] urls = ((URLClassLoader)cl).getURLs();

    for(URL url: urls){
        System.out.println(url.getFile());
    }

Extract the last substring from a cell

Try this function in Excel:

Public Shared Function SPLITTEXT(Text As String, SplitAt As String, ReturnZeroBasedIndex As Integer) As String
        Dim s() As String = Split(Text, SplitAt)
        If ReturnZeroBasedIndex <= s.Count - 1 Then
            Return s(ReturnZeroBasedIndex)
        Else
            Return ""
        End If
    End Function

You use it like this:

First Name (A1) | Last Name (A2)

Value in cell A1 = Michael Zomparelli

I want the last name in column A2.

=SPLITTEXT(A1, " ", 1)

The last param is the zero-based index you want to return. So if you split on the space char then index 0 = Michael and index 1 = Zomparelli

The above function is a .Net function, but can easily be converted to VBA.

Amazon S3 and Cloudfront cache, how to clear cache or synchronize their cache

As to the actual code

get your CloudFront distribution id

aws cloudfront list-distributions

Invalidate all files in the distribution, so CloudFront fetches fresh ones

aws cloudfront create-invalidation --distribution-id=S11A16G5KZMEQD --paths /

My actual full release script is

#!/usr/bin/env bash

BUCKET=mysite.com
SOURCE_DIR=dist/

export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=xxxxxxxxxxx
export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=xxxxxxxxx
export AWS_DEFAULT_REGION=eu-west-1


echo "Building production"
if npm run build:prod ; then
   echo "Build Successful"
else
  echo "exiting.."
  exit 1
fi


echo "Removing all files on bucket"
aws s3 rm s3://${BUCKET} --recursive


echo "Attempting to upload site .."
echo "Command:  aws s3  sync $SOURCE_DIR s3://$BUCKET/"
aws s3  sync ${SOURCE_DIR} s3://${BUCKET}/
echo "S3 Upload complete"

echo "Invalidating cloudfrond distribution to get fresh cache"
aws cloudfront create-invalidation --distribution-id=S11A16G5KZMEQD --paths / --profile=myawsprofile

echo "Deployment complete"  

References

http://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/cloudfront/get-invalidation.html

http://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/cloudfront/create-invalidation.html

Reading HTML content from a UIWebView

if you want to extract the contents of an already-loaded UIWebView, -stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString. For example:

NSString  *html = [webView stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString: @"document.body.innerHTML"];

Remove CSS from a Div using JQuery

You can remove inline properties this way:

$(selector).css({'property':'', 'property':''});

For example:

$(actpar).css({'top':'', 'opacity':''});

This is essentially mentioned above, and it definitely does the trick.

BTW, this is useful in instances such as when you need to clear a state after animation. Sure I could write a half dozen classes to deal with this, or I could use my base class and #id do some math, and clear the inline style that the animation applies.

$(actpar).animate({top:0, opacity:1, duration:500}, function() {
   $(this).css({'top':'', 'opacity':''});
});

IF EXISTS in T-SQL

There's no need for "else" in this case:

IF EXISTS(SELECT *  FROM  table1  WHERE Name='John' ) return 1
return 0

How can I trigger another job from a jenkins pipeline (jenkinsfile) with GitHub Org Plugin?

First of all, it is a waste of an executor slot to wrap the build step in node. Your upstream executor will just be sitting idle for no reason.

Second, from a multibranch project, you can use the environment variable BRANCH_NAME to make logic conditional on the current branch.

Third, the job parameter takes an absolute or relative job name. If you give a name without any path qualification, that would refer to another job in the same folder, which in the case of a multibranch project would mean another branch of the same repository.

Thus what you meant to write is probably

if (env.BRANCH_NAME == 'master') {
    build '../other-repo/master'
}

How to run a JAR file

You need to specify a Main-Class in the jar file manifest.

Oracle's tutorial contains a complete demonstration, but here's another one from scratch. You need two files:

Test.java:

public class Test
{
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        System.out.println("Hello world");
    }
}

manifest.mf:

Manifest-version: 1.0
Main-Class: Test

Note that the text file must end with a new line or carriage return. The last line will not be parsed properly if it does not end with a new line or carriage return.

Then run:

javac Test.java
jar cfm test.jar manifest.mf Test.class
java -jar test.jar

Output:

Hello world

Error inflating class android.support.v7.widget.Toolbar?

The solution to the problem for me was found in the XML document for my Main Activity. Originally my toolbar was <android.support.v7.widget.Toolbar. To resolve this I changed it to <android.widget.Toolbar. I do not know why this worked though. Does anyone have any insight as to why?

GenyMotion Unable to start the Genymotion virtual device

The number of CPUs is insufficient. Select 1 CPU in Genymotion and restart the device.

Genymotion device configuration

Javascript: Extend a Function

With a wider view of what you're actually trying to do and the context in which you're doing it, I'm sure we could give you a better answer than the literal answer to your question.

But here's a literal answer:

If you're assigning these functions to some property somewhere, you can wrap the original function and put your replacement on the property instead:

// Original code in main.js
var theProperty = init;

function init(){
     doSomething();
}

// Extending it by replacing and wrapping, in extended.js
theProperty = (function(old) {
    function extendsInit() {
        old();
        doSomething();
    }

    return extendsInit;
})(theProperty);

If your functions aren't already on an object, you'd probably want to put them there to facilitate the above. For instance:

// In main.js
var MyLibrary = {
    init: function init() {
    }
};

// In extended.js
(function() {
    var oldInit = MyLibrary.init;
    MyLibrary.init = extendedInit;
    function extendedInit() {
        oldInit.call(MyLibrary); // Use #call in case `init` uses `this`
        doSomething();
    }
})();

But there are better ways to do that. Like for instance, providing a means of registering init functions.

// In main.js
var MyLibrary = (function() {
    var initFunctions = [];
    return {
        init: function init() {
            var fns = initFunctions;
            initFunctions = undefined;
            for (var index = 0; index < fns.length; ++index) {
                try { fns[index](); } catch (e) { }
            }
        },
        addInitFunction: function addInitFunction(fn) {
            if (initFunctions) {
                // Init hasn't run yet, remember it
                initFunctions.push(fn);
            } else {
                // `init` has already run, call it almost immediately
                // but *asynchronously* (so the caller never sees the
                // call synchronously)
                setTimeout(fn, 0);
            }
        }
    };
})();

Here in 2020 (or really any time after ~2016), that can be written a bit more compactly:

// In main.js
const MyLibrary = (() => {
    let initFunctions = [];
    return {
        init() {
            const fns = initFunctions;
            initFunctions = undefined;
            for (const fn of fns) {
                try { fn(); } catch (e) { }
            }
        },
        addInitFunction(fn) {
            if (initFunctions) {
                // Init hasn't run yet, remember it
                initFunctions.push(fn);
            } else {
                // `init` has already run, call it almost immediately
                // but *asynchronously* (so the caller never sees the
                // call synchronously)
                setTimeout(fn, 0);
                // Or: `Promise.resolve().then(() => fn());`
                // (Not `.then(fn)` just to avoid passing it an argument)
            }
        }
    };
})();

Skipping error in for-loop

One (dirty) way to do it is to use tryCatch with an empty function for error handling. For example, the following code raises an error and breaks the loop :

for (i in 1:10) {
    print(i)
    if (i==7) stop("Urgh, the iphone is in the blender !")
}

[1] 1
[1] 2
[1] 3
[1] 4
[1] 5
[1] 6
[1] 7
Erreur : Urgh, the iphone is in the blender !

But you can wrap your instructions into a tryCatch with an error handling function that does nothing, for example :

for (i in 1:10) {
  tryCatch({
    print(i)
    if (i==7) stop("Urgh, the iphone is in the blender !")
  }, error=function(e){})
}

[1] 1
[1] 2
[1] 3
[1] 4
[1] 5
[1] 6
[1] 7
[1] 8
[1] 9
[1] 10

But I think you should at least print the error message to know if something bad happened while letting your code continue to run :

for (i in 1:10) {
  tryCatch({
    print(i)
    if (i==7) stop("Urgh, the iphone is in the blender !")
  }, error=function(e){cat("ERROR :",conditionMessage(e), "\n")})
}

[1] 1
[1] 2
[1] 3
[1] 4
[1] 5
[1] 6
[1] 7
ERROR : Urgh, the iphone is in the blender ! 
[1] 8
[1] 9
[1] 10

EDIT : So to apply tryCatch in your case would be something like :

for (v in 2:180){
    tryCatch({
        mypath=file.path("C:", "file1", (paste("graph",names(mydata[columnname]), ".pdf", sep="-")))
        pdf(file=mypath)
        mytitle = paste("anything")
        myplotfunction(mydata[,columnnumber]) ## this function is defined previously in the program
        dev.off()
    }, error=function(e){cat("ERROR :",conditionMessage(e), "\n")})
}

Setting the JVM via the command line on Windows

Yes - just explicitly provide the path to java.exe. For instance:

c:\Users\Jon\Test>"c:\Program Files\java\jdk1.6.0_03\bin\java.exe" -version
java version "1.6.0_03"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_03-b05)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.6.0_03-b05, mixed mode, sharing)

c:\Users\Jon\Test>"c:\Program Files\java\jdk1.6.0_12\bin\java.exe" -version
java version "1.6.0_12"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_12-b04)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 11.2-b01, mixed mode, sharing)

The easiest way to do this for a running command shell is something like:

set PATH=c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_03\bin;%PATH%

For example, here's a complete session showing my default JVM, then the change to the path, then the new one:

c:\Users\Jon\Test>java -version
java version "1.6.0_12"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_12-b04)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 11.2-b01, mixed mode, sharing)

c:\Users\Jon\Test>set PATH=c:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_03\bin;%PATH%

c:\Users\Jon\Test>java -version
java version "1.6.0_03"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_03-b05)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.6.0_03-b05, mixed mode, sharing)

This won't change programs which explicitly use JAVA_HOME though.

Note that if you get the wrong directory in the path - including one that doesn't exist - you won't get any errors, it will effectively just be ignored.

Bootstrap 3: Offset isn't working?

There is no col-??-offset-0. All "rows" assume there is no offset unless it has been specified. I think you are wanting 3 rows on a small screen and 1 row on a medium screen.

To get the result I believe you are looking for try this:

<div class="container">
    <div class="row">
      <div class="col-sm-4 col-md-12">
        <p>On small screen there are 3 rows, and on a medium screen 1 row</p>
      </div>
      <div class="col-sm-4 col-md-12">
        <p>On small screen there are 3 rows, and on a medium screen 1 row</p>
      </div>
      <div class="col-sm-4 col-md-12">
        <p>On small screen there are 3 rows, and on a medium screen 1 row</p>
      </div>
    </div>
  </div>

Keep in mind you will only see a difference on a small tablet with what you described. Medium, large, and extra small screens the columns are spanning 12.

Hope this helps.

Converting a float to a string without rounding it

len(repr(float(x)/3))

However I must say that this isn't as reliable as you think.

Floats are entered/displayed as decimal numbers, but your computer (in fact, your standard C library) stores them as binary. You get some side effects from this transition:

>>> print len(repr(0.1))
19
>>> print repr(0.1)
0.10000000000000001

The explanation on why this happens is in this chapter of the python tutorial.

A solution would be to use a type that specifically tracks decimal numbers, like python's decimal.Decimal:

>>> print len(str(decimal.Decimal('0.1')))
3

Cannot get OpenCV to compile because of undefined references?

If you do the following, you will be able to use opencv build from OpenCV_INSTALL_PATH.

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.8)

SET(OpenCV_INSTALL_PATH /home/user/opencv/opencv-2.4.13/release/)

SET(OpenCV_INCLUDE_DIRS "${OpenCV_INSTALL_PATH}/include/opencv;${OpenCV_INSTALL_PATH}/include")

SET(OpenCV_LIB_DIR "${OpenCV_INSTALL_PATH}/lib")

LINK_DIRECTORIES(${OpenCV_LIB_DIR})

set(OpenCV_LIBS opencv_core opencv_imgproc opencv_calib3d opencv_video opencv_features2d opencv_ml opencv_highgui opencv_objdetect opencv_contrib opencv_legacy opencv_gpu)

# find_package( OpenCV )

project(edge.cpp)

add_executable(edge edge.cpp)

How to make node.js require absolute? (instead of relative)

And what about:

var myModule = require.main.require('./path/to/module');

It requires the file as if it were required from the main js file, so it works pretty well as long as your main js file is at the root of your project... and that's something I appreciate.

multiple conditions for JavaScript .includes() method

With includes(), no, but you can achieve the same thing with REGEX via test():

var value = /hello|hi|howdy/.test(str);

Or, if the words are coming from a dynamic source:

var words = array('hello', 'hi', 'howdy');
var value = new RegExp(words.join('|')).test(str);

The REGEX approach is a better idea because it allows you to match the words as actual words, not substrings of other words. You just need the word boundary marker \b, so:

var str = 'hilly';
var value = str.includes('hi'); //true, even though the word 'hi' isn't found
var value = /\bhi\b/.test(str); //false - 'hi' appears but not as its own word

'profile name is not valid' error when executing the sp_send_dbmail command

Did you enable the profile for SQL Server Agent? This a common step that is missed when creating Email profiles in DatabaseMail.

Steps:

  • Right-click on SQL Server Agent in Object Explorer (SSMS)
  • Click on Properties
  • Click on the Alert System tab in the left-hand navigation
  • Enable the mail profile
  • Set Mail System and Mail Profile
  • Click OK
  • Restart SQL Server Agent

How to play YouTube video in my Android application?

you can use this project to play any you tube video , in your android app . Now for other video , or Video id ... you can do this https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/eminemvevo/uploads/ where eminemvevo = channel .

after finding , video id , you can put that id in cueVideo("video_id")

src -> com -> examples -> youtubeapidemo -> PlayerViewDemoActivity

  @Override
  public void onInitializationSuccess(YouTubePlayer.Provider provider, YouTubePlayer player , boolean wasRestored) {
    if (!wasRestored) {
      player.cueVideo("wKJ9KzGQq0w");
    }
  }

And specially for reading that video_id in a better way open this , and it as a xml[1st_file] file in your desktop after it create a new Xml file in your project or upload that[1st_file] saved file in your project , and right_click in it , and open it with xml_editor file , here you will find the video id of the particular video .

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Using {% url ??? %} in django templates

Make sure (django 1.5 and beyond) that you put the url name in quotes, and if your url takes parameters they should be outside of the quotes (I spent hours figuring out this mistake!).

{% url 'namespace:view_name' arg1=value1 arg2=value2 as the_url %}
<a href="{{ the_url }}"> link_name </a>

Bash script error [: !=: unary operator expected

Or for what seems like rampant overkill, but is actually simplistic ... Pretty much covers all of your cases, and no empty string or unary concerns.

In the case the first arg is '-v', then do your conditional ps -ef, else in all other cases throw the usage.

#!/bin/sh
case $1 in
  '-v') if [ "$1" = -v ]; then
         echo "`ps -ef | grep -v '\['`"
        else
         echo "`ps -ef | grep '\[' | grep root`"
        fi;;
     *) echo "usage: $0 [-v]"
        exit 1;; #It is good practice to throw a code, hence allowing $? check
esac

If one cares not where the '-v' arg is, then simply drop the case inside a loop. The would allow walking all the args and finding '-v' anywhere (provided it exists). This means command line argument order is not important. Be forewarned, as presented, the variable arg_match is set, thus it is merely a flag. It allows for multiple occurrences of the '-v' arg. One could ignore all other occurrences of '-v' easy enough.

#!/bin/sh

usage ()
 {
  echo "usage: $0 [-v]"
  exit 1
 }

unset arg_match

for arg in $*
 do
  case $arg in
    '-v') if [ "$arg" = -v ]; then
           echo "`ps -ef | grep -v '\['`"
          else
           echo "`ps -ef | grep '\[' | grep root`"
          fi
          arg_match=1;; # this is set, but could increment.
       *) ;;
  esac
done

if [ ! $arg_match ]
 then
  usage
fi

But, allow multiple occurrences of an argument is convenient to use in situations such as:

$ adduser -u:sam -s -f -u:bob -trace -verbose

We care not about the order of the arguments, and even allow multiple -u arguments. Yes, it is a simple matter to also allow:

$ adduser -u sam -s -f -u bob -trace -verbose

How to manage Angular2 "expression has changed after it was checked" exception when a component property depends on current datetime

As mentioned by @leocaseiro on github issue.

I found 3 solutions for those who are looking for easy fixes.

1) Moving from ngAfterViewInit to ngAfterContentInit

2) Moving to ngAfterViewChecked combined with ChangeDetectorRef as suggested on #14748 (comment)

3) Keep with ngOnInit() but call ChangeDetectorRef.detectChanges() after your changes.

Split a vector into chunks

A one-liner splitting d into chunks of size 20:

split(d, ceiling(seq_along(d)/20))

More details: I think all you need is seq_along(), split() and ceiling():

> d <- rpois(73,5)
> d
 [1]  3  1 11  4  1  2  3  2  4 10 10  2  7  4  6  6  2  1  1  2  3  8  3 10  7  4
[27]  3  4  4  1  1  7  2  4  6  0  5  7  4  6  8  4  7 12  4  6  8  4  2  7  6  5
[53]  4  5  4  5  5  8  7  7  7  6  2  4  3  3  8 11  6  6  1  8  4
> max <- 20
> x <- seq_along(d)
> d1 <- split(d, ceiling(x/max))
> d1
$`1`
 [1]  3  1 11  4  1  2  3  2  4 10 10  2  7  4  6  6  2  1  1  2

$`2`
 [1]  3  8  3 10  7  4  3  4  4  1  1  7  2  4  6  0  5  7  4  6

$`3`
 [1]  8  4  7 12  4  6  8  4  2  7  6  5  4  5  4  5  5  8  7  7

$`4`
 [1]  7  6  2  4  3  3  8 11  6  6  1  8  4

How to use a servlet filter in Java to change an incoming servlet request url?

A simple JSF Url Prettyfier filter based in the steps of BalusC's answer. The filter forwards all the requests starting with the /ui path (supposing you've got all your xhtml files stored there) to the same path, but adding the xhtml suffix.

public class UrlPrettyfierFilter implements Filter {

    private static final String JSF_VIEW_ROOT_PATH = "/ui";

    private static final String JSF_VIEW_SUFFIX = ".xhtml";

    @Override
    public void destroy() {

    }

    @Override
    public void doFilter(ServletRequest request, ServletResponse response, FilterChain chain)
            throws IOException, ServletException {
        HttpServletRequest httpServletRequest = ((HttpServletRequest) request);
        String requestURI = httpServletRequest.getRequestURI();
        //Only process the paths starting with /ui, so as other requests get unprocessed. 
        //You can register the filter itself for /ui/* only, too
        if (requestURI.startsWith(JSF_VIEW_ROOT_PATH) 
                && !requestURI.contains(JSF_VIEW_SUFFIX)) {
            request.getRequestDispatcher(requestURI.concat(JSF_VIEW_SUFFIX))
                .forward(request,response);
        } else {
            chain.doFilter(httpServletRequest, response);
        }
    }

    @Override
    public void init(FilterConfig arg0) throws ServletException {

    }

}

Is there a php echo/print equivalent in javascript

You can use

function echo(content) {  
    var e = document.createElement("p");
    e.innerHTML = content;
    document.currentScript.parentElement.replaceChild(document.currentScript, e);
}

which will replace the currently executing script who called the echo function with the text in the content argument.

Show only two digit after decimal

I think the best and simplest solution is (KISS):

double i = 348842;
double i2 = i/60000;
float k = (float) Math.round(i2 * 100) / 100;

How to substring in jquery

That's just plain JavaScript: see substring and substr.

how to reference a YAML "setting" from elsewhere in the same YAML file?

That your example is invalid is only because you chose a reserved character to start your scalars with. If you replace the * with some other non-reserved character (I tend to use non-ASCII characters for that as they are seldom used as part of some specification), you end up with perfectly legal YAML:

paths:
  root: /path/to/root/
  patha: ?root? + a
  pathb: ?root? + b
  pathc: ?root? + c

This will load into the standard representation for mappings in the language your parser uses and does not magically expand anything.
To do that use a locally default object type as in the following Python program:

# coding: utf-8

from __future__ import print_function

import ruamel.yaml as yaml

class Paths:
    def __init__(self):
        self.d = {}

    def __repr__(self):
        return repr(self.d).replace('ordereddict', 'Paths')

    @staticmethod
    def __yaml_in__(loader, data):
        result = Paths()
        loader.construct_mapping(data, result.d)
        return result

    @staticmethod
    def __yaml_out__(dumper, self):
        return dumper.represent_mapping('!Paths', self.d)

    def __getitem__(self, key):
        res = self.d[key]
        return self.expand(res)

    def expand(self, res):
        try:
            before, rest = res.split(u'?', 1)
            kw, rest = rest.split(u'? +', 1)
            rest = rest.lstrip() # strip any spaces after "+"
            # the lookup will throw the correct keyerror if kw is not found
            # recursive call expand() on the tail if there are multiple
            # parts to replace
            return before + self.d[kw] + self.expand(rest)
        except ValueError:
            return res

yaml_str = """\
paths: !Paths
  root: /path/to/root/
  patha: ?root? + a
  pathb: ?root? + b
  pathc: ?root? + c
"""

loader = yaml.RoundTripLoader
loader.add_constructor('!Paths', Paths.__yaml_in__)

paths = yaml.load(yaml_str, Loader=yaml.RoundTripLoader)['paths']

for k in ['root', 'pathc']:
    print(u'{} -> {}'.format(k, paths[k]))

which will print:

root -> /path/to/root/
pathc -> /path/to/root/c

The expanding is done on the fly and handles nested definitions, but you have to be careful about not invoking infinite recursion.

By specifying the dumper, you can dump the original YAML from the data loaded in, because of the on-the-fly expansion:

dumper = yaml.RoundTripDumper
dumper.add_representer(Paths, Paths.__yaml_out__)
print(yaml.dump(paths, Dumper=dumper, allow_unicode=True))

this will change the mapping key ordering. If that is a problem you have to make self.d a CommentedMap (imported from ruamel.yaml.comments.py)

How to pick a new color for each plotted line within a figure in matplotlib?

prop_cycle

color_cycle was deprecated in 1.5 in favor of this generalization: http://matplotlib.org/users/whats_new.html#added-axes-prop-cycle-key-to-rcparams

# cycler is a separate package extracted from matplotlib.
from cycler import cycler
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

plt.rc('axes', prop_cycle=(cycler('color', ['r', 'g', 'b'])))
plt.plot([1, 2])
plt.plot([2, 3])
plt.plot([3, 4])
plt.plot([4, 5])
plt.plot([5, 6])
plt.show()

Also shown in the (now badly named) example: http://matplotlib.org/1.5.1/examples/color/color_cycle_demo.html mentioned at: https://stackoverflow.com/a/4971431/895245

Tested in matplotlib 1.5.1.

Do I cast the result of malloc?

Casting is only for C++ not C.In case you are using a C++ compiler you better change it to C compiler.

How to get the first word in the string

You don't need regex to split a string on whitespace:

In [1]: text = '''WYATT    - Ranked # 855 with    0.006   %
   ...: XAVIER   - Ranked # 587 with    0.013   %
   ...: YONG     - Ranked # 921 with    0.006   %
   ...: YOUNG    - Ranked # 807 with    0.007   %'''

In [2]: print '\n'.join(line.split()[0] for line in text.split('\n'))
WYATT
XAVIER
YONG
YOUNG

Validation of radio button group using jQuery validation plugin

I had the same problem. Wound up just writing a custom highlight and unhighlight function for the validator. Adding this to the validaton options should add the error class to the element and its respective label:

        'highlight': function (element, errorClass, validClass) {
            if($(element).attr('type') == 'radio'){
                $(element.form).find("input[type=radio]").each(function(which){
                    $(element.form).find("label[for=" + this.id + "]").addClass(errorClass);
                    $(this).addClass(errorClass);
                });
            } else {
                $(element.form).find("label[for=" + element.id + "]").addClass(errorClass);
                $(element).addClass(errorClass);
            }
        },
        'unhighlight': function (element, errorClass, validClass) {
            if($(element).attr('type') == 'radio'){
                $(element.form).find("input[type=radio]").each(function(which){
                    $(element.form).find("label[for=" + this.id + "]").removeClass(errorClass);
                    $(this).removeClass(errorClass);
                });
            }else {
                $(element.form).find("label[for=" + element.id + "]").removeClass(errorClass);
                $(element).removeClass(errorClass);
            }
        },

how do I loop through a line from a csv file in powershell

$header3 = @("Field_1","Field_2","Field_3","Field_4","Field_5")     

Import-Csv $fileName -Header $header3 -Delimiter "`t" | select -skip 3 | Foreach-Object {

    $record = $indexName 
    foreach ($property in $_.PSObject.Properties){

        #doSomething $property.Name, $property.Value

            if($property.Name -like '*TextWrittenAsNumber*'){

                $record = $record + "," + '"' + $property.Value + '"' 
            }
            else{
                $record = $record + "," + $property.Value 
            }                           
    }               

        $array.add($record) | out-null  
        #write-host $record                         
}

What is the best (idiomatic) way to check the type of a Python variable?

I think I will go for the duck typing approach - "if it walks like a duck, it quacks like a duck, its a duck". This way you will need not worry about if the string is a unicode or ascii.

Here is what I will do:

In [53]: s='somestring'

In [54]: u=u'someunicodestring'

In [55]: d={}

In [56]: for each in s,u,d:
    if hasattr(each, 'keys'):
        print list(set(each.values()))
    elif hasattr(each, 'lower'):
        print [each]
    else:
        print "error"
   ....:         
   ....:         
['somestring']
[u'someunicodestring']
[]

The experts here are welcome to comment on this type of usage of ducktyping, I have been using it but got introduced to the exact concept behind it lately and am very excited about it. So I would like to know if thats an overkill to do.

Excluding Maven dependencies

Global exclusions look like they're being worked on, but until then...

From the Sonatype maven reference (bottom of the page):

Dependency management in a top-level POM is different from just defining a dependency on a widely shared parent POM. For starters, all dependencies are inherited. If mysql-connector-java were listed as a dependency of the top-level parent project, every single project in the hierarchy would have a reference to this dependency. Instead of adding in unnecessary dependencies, using dependencyManagement allows you to consolidate and centralize the management of dependency versions without adding dependencies which are inherited by all children. In other words, the dependencyManagement element is equivalent to an environment variable which allows you to declare a dependency anywhere below a project without specifying a version number.

As an example:

  <dependencies>
    <dependency>
      <groupId>commons-httpclient</groupId>
      <artifactId>commons-httpclient</artifactId>
      <version>3.1</version>
    </dependency>
    <dependency>
      <groupId>org.springframework</groupId>
      <artifactId>spring-beans</artifactId>
      <version>3.0.5.RELEASE</version>
    </dependency>
  </dependencies>
  <dependencyManagement>
    <dependencies>
      <dependency>
        <groupId>org.springframework</groupId>
        <artifactId>spring-beans</artifactId>
        <exclusions>
          <exclusion>
            <groupId>commons-logging</groupId>
            <artifactId>commons-logging</artifactId>
          </exclusion>
        </exclusions>
      </dependency>
      <dependency>
        <groupId>commons-httpclient</groupId>
        <artifactId>commons-httpclient</artifactId>
        <exclusions>
          <exclusion>
            <groupId>commons-logging</groupId>
            <artifactId>commons-logging</artifactId>
          </exclusion>
        </exclusions>
      </dependency>
    </dependencies>
  </dependencyManagement>

It doesn't make the code less verbose overall, but it does make it less verbose where it counts. If you still want it less verbose you can follow these tips also from the Sonatype reference.

Getting "Could not find function xmlCheckVersion in library libxml2. Is libxml2 installed?" when installing lxml through pip

On Mac OS X El Capitan I had to run these two commands to fix this error:

xcode-select --install
pip install lxml

Which ended up installing lxml-3.5.0

When you run the xcode-select command you may have to sign a EULA (so have an X-Term handy for the UI if you're doing this on a headless machine).

How do you change video src using jQuery?

I would rather make it like this

<video  id="v1" width="320" height="240" controls="controls">

</video>

and then use

$("#v1").html('<source src="test1.mp4" type="video/mp4"></source>' );

check if a file is open in Python

None of the other provided examples would work for me when dealing with this specific issue with excel on windows 10. The only other option I could think of was to try and rename the file or directory containing the file temporarily, then rename it back.

import os

try: 
    os.rename('file.xls', 'tempfile.xls')
    os.rename('tempfile.xls', 'file.xls')
except OSError:
    print('File is still open.')

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

This is a two-step process:

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

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

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

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

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

This version of Android Studio cannot open this project, please retry with Android Studio 3.4 or newer

You can now update your android studio to 3.4 stable version. Updates for stable version are now available. cheers!!!

How does the modulus operator work?

Basically modulus Operator gives you remainder simple Example in maths what's left over/remainder of 11 divided by 3? answer is 2

for same thing C++ has modulus operator ('%')

Basic code for explanation

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;


int main()
{
    int num = 11;
    cout << "remainder is " << (num % 3) << endl;

    return 0;
}

Which will display

remainder is 2

Running code in main thread from another thread

A condensed code block is as follows:

   new Handler(Looper.getMainLooper()).post(new Runnable() {
       @Override
       public void run() {
           // things to do on the main thread
       }
   });

This does not involve passing down the Activity reference or the Application reference.

Kotlin Equivalent:

    Handler(Looper.getMainLooper()).post(Runnable {
        // things to do on the main thread
    })

Change collations of all columns of all tables in SQL Server

Fixed length problem nvarchar and added NULL/NOT NULL

DECLARE @collate nvarchar(100);
DECLARE @table nvarchar(255);
DECLARE @column_name nvarchar(255);
DECLARE @column_id int;
DECLARE @data_type nvarchar(255);
DECLARE @max_length int;
DECLARE @row_id int;
DECLARE @sql nvarchar(max);
DECLARE @sql_column nvarchar(max);
DECLARE @is_Nullable bit;
DECLARE @null nvarchar(25);

SET @collate = 'Latin1_General_CI_AS';

DECLARE local_table_cursor CURSOR FOR

SELECT [name]
FROM sysobjects
WHERE OBJECTPROPERTY(id, N'IsUserTable') = 1

OPEN local_table_cursor
FETCH NEXT FROM local_table_cursor
INTO @table

WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
BEGIN

    DECLARE local_change_cursor CURSOR FOR

    SELECT ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY c.column_id) AS row_id
        , c.name column_name
        , t.Name data_type
        , c.max_length
        , c.column_id
        , c.is_nullable
    FROM sys.columns c
    JOIN sys.types t ON c.system_type_id = t.system_type_id
    LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.index_columns ic ON ic.object_id = c.object_id AND ic.column_id = c.column_id
    LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.indexes i ON ic.object_id = i.object_id AND ic.index_id = i.index_id
    WHERE c.object_id = OBJECT_ID(@table)
    ORDER BY c.column_id

    OPEN local_change_cursor
    FETCH NEXT FROM local_change_cursor
    INTO @row_id, @column_name, @data_type, @max_length, @column_id, @is_nullable

    WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
    BEGIN

        IF (@max_length = -1) SET @max_length = 4000;
        set @null=' NOT NULL'
        if (@is_nullable = 1) Set @null=' NULL'
        if (@Data_type='nvarchar') set @max_length=cast(@max_length/2 as bigint)
        IF (@data_type LIKE '%char%')
        BEGIN TRY
            SET @sql = 'ALTER TABLE ' + @table + ' ALTER COLUMN [' + rtrim(@column_name) + '] ' + @data_type + '(' + CAST(@max_length AS nvarchar(100)) +  ') COLLATE ' + @collate + @null
            PRINT @sql
            EXEC sp_executesql @sql
        END TRY
        BEGIN CATCH
          PRINT 'ERROR: Some index or contraint rely on the column ' + @column_name + '. No conversion possible.'
          PRINT @sql
        END CATCH

        FETCH NEXT FROM local_change_cursor
        INTO @row_id, @column_name, @data_type, @max_length, @column_id, @is_Nullable

    END

    CLOSE local_change_cursor
    DEALLOCATE local_change_cursor

    FETCH NEXT FROM local_table_cursor
    INTO @table

END

CLOSE local_table_cursor
DEALLOCATE local_table_cursor

GO

How to delete from multiple tables in MySQL?

I found this article which showing you how to delete data from multiple tables by using MySQL DELETE JOIN statement with good explanation.

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Can't push to the heroku

Make sure you have package.json inside root of your project. Happy coding :)

java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError in junit

Try below steps:

  1. Go to your project's run configuration. In Classpath tab add JUnit library.
  2. Retry the same steps.

It worked for me.

How to make the 'cut' command treat same sequental delimiters as one?

Try:

tr -s ' ' <text.txt | cut -d ' ' -f4

From the tr man page:

-s, --squeeze-repeats   replace each input sequence of a repeated character
                        that is listed in SET1 with a single occurrence
                        of that character

Align div with fixed position on the right side

Here's the real solution (with other cool CSS3 stuff):

#fixed-square {
position: fixed;
top: 0;
right: 0;
z-index: 9500;
cursor: pointer;
width: 24px;
padding: 18px 18px 14px;
opacity: 0.618;
-webkit-transform: rotate(-90deg);
-moz-transform: rotate(-90deg);
-ms-transform: rotate(-90deg);
transform: rotate(-90deg);
-webkit-transition: all 0.145s ease-out;
-moz-transition: all 0.145s ease-out;
-ms-transition: all 0.145s ease-out;
transition: all 0.145s ease-out;
}

Note the top:0 and right:0. That's what did it for me.

jQuery selector for inputs with square brackets in the name attribute

If the selector is contained within a variable, the code below may be helpful:

selector_name = $this.attr('name');
//selector_name = users[0][first:name]

escaped_selector_name = selector_name.replace(/(:|\.|\[|\])/g,'\\$1');
//escaped_selector_name = users\\[0\\]\\[first\\:name\\]

In this case we prefix all special characters with double backslash.

How to Lock/Unlock screen programmatically?

The androidmanifest.xml and policies.xml files on the sample page are invisible in my browser due to it trying to format the XML files as HTML. I'm only posting this for reference for the convenience of others, this is sourced from the sample page.

Thanks all for this helpful question!

AndroidManifest.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
      package="com.kns"
      android:versionCode="1"
      android:versionName="1.0">
    <uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="8" />

    <application android:icon="@drawable/icon" android:label="@string/app_name">
        <activity android:name=".LockScreenActivity"
                  android:label="@string/app_name">
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />
                <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
            </intent-filter>
        </activity>

        <receiver android:name=".MyAdmin"
                android:permission="android.permission.BIND_DEVICE_ADMIN">
            <meta-data android:name="android.app.device_admin"
                       android:resource="@xml/policies" />
            <intent-filter>
                <action android:name="android.app.action.DEVICE_ADMIN_ENABLED" />
            </intent-filter>
        </receiver>

    </application>
</manifest>

policies.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<device-admin xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <uses-policies>
        <limit-password />
        <watch-login />
        <reset-password />
        <force-lock />
        <wipe-data />
    </uses-policies>
</device-admin>

How to show hidden divs on mouseover?

Pass the mouse over the container and go hovering on the divs I use this for jQuery DropDown menus mainly:

Copy the whole document and create a .html file you'll be able to figure out on your own from that!

            <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
            <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
            <head>
            <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
            <title>The Divs Case</title>
            <style type="text/css">
            * {margin:0px auto;
            padding:0px;}

            .container {width:800px;
            height:600px;
            background:#FFC;
            border:solid #F3F3F3 1px;}

            .div01 {float:right;
            background:#000;
            height:200px;
            width:200px;
            display:none;}

            .div02 {float:right;
            background:#FF0;
            height:150px;
            width:150px;
            display:none;}

            .div03 {float:right;
            background:#FFF;
            height:100px;
            width:100px;
            display:none;}

            div.container:hover div.div01 {display:block;}
            div.container div.div01:hover div.div02  {display:block;}
            div.container div.div01 div.div02:hover div.div03 {display:block;}

            </style>
            </head>
            <body>

            <div class="container">
              <div class="div01">
                <div class="div02">
                    <div class="div03">
                    </div>
                </div>
              </div>

            </div>
            </body>
            </html>

The module ".dll" was loaded but the entry-point was not found

I found the answer: I need to add a new application to the service components in my computer and then add the right DLL's.

Thanks! If anyone has the same problem, I'll be happy to help.

java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: javax.servlet.ServletContext.getContextPath()Ljava/lang/String;

java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: javax.servlet.ServletContext.getContextPath()Ljava/lang/String;

That method was added in Servlet 2.5.

So this problem can have at least 3 causes:

  1. The servlet container does not support Servlet 2.5.
  2. The web.xml is not declared conform Servlet 2.5 or newer.
  3. The webapp's runtime classpath is littered with servlet container specific JAR files of a different servlet container make/version which does not support Servlet 2.5.

To solve it,

  1. Make sure that your servlet container supports at least Servlet 2.5. That are at least Tomcat 6, Glassfish 2, JBoss AS 4.1, etcetera. Tomcat 5.5 for example supports at highest Servlet 2.4. If you can't upgrade Tomcat, then you'd need to downgrade Spring to a Servlet 2.4 compatible version.
  2. Make sure that the root declaration of web.xml complies Servlet 2.5 (or newer, at least the highest whatever your target runtime supports). For an example, see also somewhere halfway our servlets wiki page.
  3. Make sure that you don't have any servlet container specific libraries like servlet-api.jar or j2ee.jar in /WEB-INF/lib or even worse, the JRE/lib or JRE/lib/ext. They do not belong there. This is a pretty common beginner's mistake in an attempt to circumvent compilation errors in an IDE, see also How do I import the javax.servlet API in my Eclipse project?.

Chrome's remote debugging (USB debugging) not working for Samsung Galaxy S3 running android 4.3

In case it helps anyone I will post what worked for me.

I had to plug my S3 into a direct USB port of my PC for it to prompt me to accept the RSA signature. I had my S3 plugged into a hub before then.

Now the S3 is detected when using both the direct USB port of the PC and via the hub.

NOTE - You may need to also run adb devices from the command line to get your S3 to re-request permission.

D:\apps\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>adb devices
List of devices attached
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
9283759342847566        unauthorized

...accept signature on phone...

D:\apps\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools>adb devices
List of devices attached
9283759342847566        device

twig: IF with multiple conditions

If I recall correctly Twig doesn't support || and && operators, but requires or and and to be used respectively. I'd also use parentheses to denote the two statements more clearly although this isn't technically a requirement.

{%if ( fields | length > 0 ) or ( trans_fields | length > 0 ) %}

Expressions

Expressions can be used in {% blocks %} and ${ expressions }.

Operator    Description
==          Does the left expression equal the right expression?
+           Convert both arguments into a number and add them.
-           Convert both arguments into a number and substract them.
*           Convert both arguments into a number and multiply them.
/           Convert both arguments into a number and divide them.
%           Convert both arguments into a number and calculate the rest of the integer division.
~           Convert both arguments into a string and concatenate them.
or          True if the left or the right expression is true.
and         True if the left and the right expression is true.
not         Negate the expression.

For more complex operations, it may be best to wrap individual expressions in parentheses to avoid confusion:

{% if (foo and bar) or (fizz and (foo + bar == 3)) %}

session not created: This version of ChromeDriver only supports Chrome version 74 error with ChromeDriver Chrome using Selenium

I had the very same issue recently. This was my error:

System.InvalidOperationException : session not created: This version of ChromeDriver only supports Chrome version 76 (SessionNotCreated)

This fix worked for me:

  • make sure there are no running chromedriver.exe processes (if needed kill them all e.g. via task manager)
  • go to bin folder and delete chromedriver.exe file from there (in my case it was: [project_folder]\bin\Debug\netcoreapp2.1)

Error: The 'brew link' step did not complete successfully

by the Finder, Delete this file:

/usr/local/lib/dtrace/node.d

in terminal:

$ brew link --overwrite --dry-run node

then:

$ brew link node

Setting PHP tmp dir - PHP upload not working

The problem described here was solved by me quite a long time ago but I don't really remember what was the main reason that uploads weren't working. There were multiple things that needed fixing so the upload could work. I have created checklist that might help others having similar problems and I will edit it to make it as helpful as possible. As I said before on chat, I was working on embedded system, so some points may be skipped on non-embedded systems.

  • Check upload_tmp_dir in php.ini. This is directory where PHP stores temporary files while uploading.

  • Check open_basedir in php.ini. If defined it limits PHP read/write rights to specified path and its subdirectories. Ensure that upload_tmp_dir is inside this path.

  • Check post_max_size in php.ini. If you want to upload 20 Mbyte files, try something a little bigger, like post_max_size = 21M. This defines largest size of POST message which you are probably using during upload.

  • Check upload_max_filesize in php.ini. This specifies biggest file that can be uploaded.

  • Check memory_limit in php.ini. That's the maximum amount of memory a script may consume. It's quite obvious that it can't be lower than upload size (to be honest I'm not quite sure about it-PHP is probably buffering while copying temporary files).

  • Ensure that you're checking the right php.ini file that is one used by PHP on your webserver. The best solution is to execute script with directive described here http://php.net/manual/en/function.php-ini-loaded-file.php (php_ini_loaded_file function)

  • Check what user php runs as (See here how to do it: How to check what user php is running as? ). I have worked on different distros and servers. Sometimes it is apache, but sometimes it can be root. Anyway, check that this user has rights for reading and writing in the temporary directory and directory that you're uploading into. Check all directories in the path in case you're uploading into subdirectory (for example /dir1/dir2/-check both dir1 and dir2.

  • On embedded platforms you sometimes need to restrict writing to root filesystem because it is stored on flash card and this helps to extend life of this card. If you are using scripts to enable/disable file writes, ensure that you enable writing before uploading.

  • I had serious problems with PHP >5.4 upload monitoring based on sessions (as described here http://phpmaster.com/tracking-upload-progress-with-php-and-javascript/ ) on some platforms. Try something simple at first (like here: http://www.dzone.com/snippets/very-simple-php-file-upload ). If it works, you can try more sophisticated mechanisms.

  • If you make any changes in php.ini remember to restart server so the configuration will be reloaded.

How can I get the sha1 hash of a string in node.js?

Obligatory: SHA1 is broken, you can compute SHA1 collisions for 45,000 USD. You should use sha256:

var getSHA256ofJSON = function(input){
    return crypto.createHash('sha256').update(JSON.stringify(input)).digest('hex')
}

To answer your question and make a SHA1 hash:

const INSECURE_ALGORITHM = 'sha1'
var getInsecureSHA1ofJSON = function(input){
    return crypto.createHash(INSECURE_ALGORITHM).update(JSON.stringify(input)).digest('hex')
}

Then:

getSHA256ofJSON('whatever')

or

getSHA256ofJSON(['whatever'])

or

getSHA256ofJSON({'this':'too'})

Official node docs on crypto.createHash()

go to link on button click - jquery

You need to specify the domain:

 $('.button1').click(function() {
   window.location = 'www.example.com/index.php?id=' + this.id;
 });

Returning a file to View/Download in ASP.NET MVC

If, like me, you've come to this topic via Razor components as you're learning Blazor, then you'll find you need to think a little more outside of the box to solve this problem. It's a bit of a minefield if (also like me) Blazor is your first forray into the MVC-type world, as the documentation isn't as helpful for such 'menial' tasks.

So, at the time of writing, you cannot achieve this using vanilla Blazor/Razor without embedding an MVC controller to handle the file download part an example of which is as below:

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc;
using Microsoft.Net.Http.Headers;

[Route("api/[controller]")]
[ApiController]
public class FileHandlingController : ControllerBase
{
    [HttpGet]
    public FileContentResult Download(int attachmentId)
    {
        TaskAttachment taskFile = null;

        if (attachmentId > 0)
        {
            // taskFile = <your code to get the file>
            // which assumes it's an object with relevant properties as required below

            if (taskFile != null)
            {
                var cd = new System.Net.Http.Headers.ContentDispositionHeaderValue("attachment")
                {
                    FileNameStar = taskFile.Filename
                };

                Response.Headers.Add(HeaderNames.ContentDisposition, cd.ToString());
            }
        }

        return new FileContentResult(taskFile?.FileData, taskFile?.FileContentType);
    }
}

Next, make sure your application startup (Startup.cs) is configured to correctly use MVC and has the following line present (add it if not):

        services.AddMvc();

.. and then finally modify your component to link to the controller, for example (iterative based example using a custom class):

    <tbody>
        @foreach (var attachment in yourAttachments)
        {
        <tr>
            <td><a href="api/[email protected]" target="_blank">@attachment.Filename</a> </td>
            <td>@attachment.CreatedUser</td>
            <td>@attachment.Created?.ToString("dd MMM yyyy")</td>
            <td><ul><li class="oi oi-circle-x delete-attachment"></li></ul></td>
        </tr>
        }
        </tbody>

Hopefully this helps anyone who struggled (like me!) to get an appropriate answer to this seemingly simple question in the realms of Blazor…!

How to define a preprocessor symbol in Xcode

For Xcode 9.4.1 and C++ project. Adding const char* Preprocessor Macros to both Debug and Release builds.

  1. Select your project

    select project

  2. Select Build Settings

    select build settings

  3. Search "Preprocessor Macros"

    search1 search2

  4. Open interactive list

    open interactive list

  5. Add your macros and don't forget to escape quotation

    add path

  6. Use in source code as common const char*

    ...
    #ifndef JSON_DEFINITIONS_FILE_PATH
    static constexpr auto JSON_DEFINITIONS_FILE_PATH = "definitions.json";
    #endif
    ...
    FILE *pFileIn = fopen(JSON_DEFINITIONS_FILE_PATH, "r");
    ...
    

Can't use System.Windows.Forms

A console application does not automatically add a reference to System.Windows.Forms.dll.

Right-click your project in Solution Explorer and select Add reference... and then find System.Windows.Forms and add it.

Addition for BigDecimal

BigDecimal no = new BigDecimal(10); //you can add like this also
no = no.add(new BigDecimal(10));
System.out.println(no);

20

Run PowerShell scripts on remote PC

After further investigating on PSExec tool, I think I got the answer. I need to add -i option to tell PSExec to launch process on remote in interactive mode:

PSExec \\RPC001 -i -u myID -p myPWD PowerShell C:\script\StartPS.ps1 par1 par2

Without -i, powershell.exe is running on the remote in waiting mode. Interesting point is that if I run a simple bat (without PS in bat), it works fine. Maybe this is something special for PS case? Welcome comments and explanations.

How can I use nohup to run process as a background process in linux?

You can write a script and then use nohup ./yourscript & to execute

For example:

vi yourscript

put

#!/bin/bash
script here

you may also need to change permission to run script on server

chmod u+rwx yourscript

finally

nohup ./yourscript &

What is the difference between an int and a long in C++?

It depends on your compiler. You are guaranteed that a long will be at least as large as an int, but you are not guaranteed that it will be any longer.

Simplest way to do a recursive self-join?

Using CTEs you can do it this way

DECLARE @Table TABLE(
        PersonID INT,
        Initials VARCHAR(20),
        ParentID INT
)

INSERT INTO @Table SELECT     1,'CJ',NULL
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT     2,'EB',1
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT     3,'MB',1
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT     4,'SW',2
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT     5,'YT',NULL
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT     6,'IS',5

DECLARE @PersonID INT

SELECT @PersonID = 1

;WITH Selects AS (
        SELECT *
        FROM    @Table
        WHERE   PersonID = @PersonID
        UNION ALL
        SELECT  t.*
        FROM    @Table t INNER JOIN
                Selects s ON t.ParentID = s.PersonID
)
SELECT  *
FROm    Selects

Passing multiple parameters with $.ajax url

Why are you combining GET and POST? Use one or the other.

$.ajax({
    type: 'post',
    data: {
        timestamp: timestamp,
        uid: uid
        ...
    }
});

php:

$uid =$_POST['uid'];

Or, just format your request properly (you're missing the ampersands for the get parameters).

url:"getdata.php?timestamp="+timestamp+"&uid="+id+"&uname="+name,

Get the system date and split day, month and year

Without opening an IDE to check my brain works properly for syntax at this time of day...

If you simply want the date in a particular format you can use DateTime's .ToString(string format). There are a number of examples of standard and custom formatting strings if you follow that link.

So

DateTime _date = DateTime.Now;
var _dateString = _date.ToString("dd/MM/yyyy");

would give you the date as a string in the format you request.

How can I remove a style added with .css() function?

How about something like:

var myCss = $(element).attr('css');
myCss = myCss.replace('background-color: '+$(element).css('background-color')+';', '');
if(myCss == '') {
  $(element).removeAttr('css');
} else {
  $(element).attr('css', myCss);
}

Windows-1252 to UTF-8 encoding

iconv -f WINDOWS-1252 -t UTF-8 filename.txt

How do I check that a Java String is not all whitespaces?

While personally I would be preferring !str.isBlank(), as others already suggested (or str -> !str.isBlank() as a Predicate), a more modern and efficient version of the str.trim() approach mentioned above, would be using str.strip() - considering nulls as "whitespace":

if (str != null && str.strip().length() > 0) {...}

For example as Predicate, for use with streams, e. g. in a unit test:

@Test
public void anyNonEmptyStrippedTest() {
    String[] strings = null;
    Predicate<String> isNonEmptyStripped = str -> str != null && str.strip().length() > 0;
    assertTrue(Optional.ofNullable(strings).map(arr -> Stream.of(arr).noneMatch(isNonEmptyStripped)).orElse(true));
    strings = new String[] { null, "", " ", "\\n", "\\t", "\\r" };
    assertTrue(Optional.ofNullable(strings).map(arr -> Stream.of(arr).anyMatch(isNonEmptyStripped)).orElse(true));
    strings = new String[] { null, "", " ", "\\n", "\\t", "\\r", "test" };
}

Calling a Sub and returning a value

You should be using a Property:

Private _myValue As String
Public Property MyValue As String
    Get
        Return _myValue
    End Get
    Set(value As String)
        _myValue = value
     End Set
End Property

Then use it like so:

MyValue = "Hello"
Console.write(MyValue)

How do I kill a VMware virtual machine that won't die?

If you're on linux then you can grab the guest processes with

ps axuw | grep vmware-vmx

As @Dubas pointed out, you should be able to pick out the errant process by the path name to the VMD

text-overflow: ellipsis not working

For multiple lines

In chrome, you can apply this css if you need to apply ellipsis on multiple lines.

You can also add width in your css to specify element of certain width:

_x000D_
_x000D_
.multi-line-ellipsis {_x000D_
    overflow: hidden;_x000D_
    display: -webkit-box;_x000D_
    -webkit-line-clamp: 3;_x000D_
    -webkit-box-orient: vertical;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<p class="multi-line-ellipsis">Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.</p>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Simple bubble sort c#

I wanted to add to the accepted answer something different: Number of iterations can be reduced as well, as below.

int[] arr = { 800, 11, 50, 771, 649, 770, 240, 9 };

int temp = 0;
int arrLength = arr.Length;

for (int write = 0; write < arr.Length - 1; write++, arrLength--)
{
    for (int sort = 0; sort < arrLength - 1; sort++)
    {
        if (arr[sort] > arr[sort + 1])
        {
            temp = arr[sort + 1];
            arr[sort + 1] = arr[sort];
            arr[sort] = temp;
        }
    }
}

foreach (var item in arr)
{
    Console.WriteLine(item);
}

javascript, for loop defines a dynamic variable name

I think you could do it by creating parameters in an object maybe?

var myObject = {}; for(var i=0;i<myArray.length;i++) {     myObject[ myArray[i] ]; } 

If you don't set them to anything, you'll just have an object with some parameters that are undefined. I'd have to write this myself to be sure though.

How to declare a constant map in Golang?

You can create constants in many different ways:

const myString = "hello"
const pi = 3.14 // untyped constant
const life int = 42 // typed constant (can use only with ints)

You can also create a enum constant:

const ( 
   First = 1
   Second = 2
   Third = 4
)

You can not create constants of maps, arrays and it is written in effective go:

Constants in Go are just that—constant. They are created at compile time, even when defined as locals in functions, and can only be numbers, characters (runes), strings or booleans. Because of the compile-time restriction, the expressions that define them must be constant expressions, evaluatable by the compiler. For instance, 1<<3 is a constant expression, while math.Sin(math.Pi/4) is not because the function call to math.Sin needs to happen at run time.

Getting the last argument passed to a shell script

This is a bit of a hack:

for last; do true; done
echo $last

This one is also pretty portable (again, should work with bash, ksh and sh) and it doesn't shift the arguments, which could be nice.

It uses the fact that for implicitly loops over the arguments if you don't tell it what to loop over, and the fact that for loop variables aren't scoped: they keep the last value they were set to.

PHP write file from input to txt

The problems you have are because of the extra <form> you have, that your data goes in GET method, and you are accessing the data in PHP using POST.

<body>
<!--<form>-->
    <form action="myprocessingscript.php" method="POST">

What data is stored in Ephemeral Storage of Amazon EC2 instance?

To be clear and answer @Dean's question: EBS-type root storage doesn't seem to be ephemeral. Data is persistent across reboots and actually it doesn't make any sense to use ebs-backed root volume which is 'ephemeral'. This wouldn't be different from image-based root volume.

Can you autoplay HTML5 videos on the iPad?

Let video muted first to ensure autoplay in ios, then unmute it if you want.

<video autoplay loop muted playsinline>
  <source src="video.mp4?123" type="video/mp4">
</video>

<script type="text/javascript">
$(function () {
  if (!navigator.userAgent.match(/(iPod|iPhone|iPad)/)) {
    $("video").prop('muted', false);
  }
});
</script>

How to change the remote a branch is tracking?

After trying the above and searching, searching, etc. I realized none of my changes were on the server that were on my local branch and Visual Studio in Team Explorer did not indicate this branch tracked a remote branch. The remote branch was there, so it should have worked. I ended up deleting the remote branch on github and 're' Push my local branch that had my changes that were not being tracked for an unknown reason.

By deleting the remote branch and 're' Push my local branch that was not being tracked, the local branch was re-created on git hub. I tried to this at the command prompt (using Windows) I could not get my local branch to track the remote branch until I did this. Everything is back to normal.

Update div with jQuery ajax response html

Almost 5 years later, I think my answer can reduce a little bit the hard work of many people.

Update an element in the DOM with the HTML from the one from the ajax call can be achieved that way

$('#submitform').click(function() {
     $.ajax({
     url: "getinfo.asp",
     data: {
         txtsearch: $('#appendedInputButton').val()
     },
     type: "GET",
     dataType : "html",
     success: function (data){
         $('#showresults').html($('#showresults',data).html());
         // similar to $(data).find('#showresults')
     },
});

or with replaceWith()

// codes

success: function (data){
   $('#showresults').replaceWith($('#showresults',data));
},

Android: ScrollView force to bottom

Using there is another cool way to do this with Kotlin coroutines. The advantage of using a coroutine opposed to a Handler with a runnable (post/postDelayed) is that it does not fire up an expensive thread to execute a delayed action.

launch(UI){
    delay(300)
    scrollView.fullScroll(View.FOCUS_DOWN)
}

It is important to specify the coroutine's HandlerContext as UI otherwise the delayed action might not be called from the UI thread.

setting JAVA_HOME & CLASSPATH in CentOS 6

Providing javac is set up through /etc/alternatives/javac, you can add to your .bash_profile:

JAVA_HOME=$(l=$(which javac) ; while : ; do nl=$(readlink ${l}) ; [ "$nl" ] || break ; l=$nl ; done ; echo $(cd $(dirname $l)/.. ; pwd) )
export JAVA_HOME

Convert hex to binary

 def conversion():
    e=raw_input("enter hexadecimal no.:")
    e1=("a","b","c","d","e","f")
    e2=(10,11,12,13,14,15)
    e3=1
    e4=len(e)
    e5=()
    while e3<=e4:
        e5=e5+(e[e3-1],)
        e3=e3+1
    print e5
    e6=1
    e8=()
    while e6<=e4:
        e7=e5[e6-1]
        if e7=="A":
            e7=10
        if e7=="B":
            e7=11
        if e7=="C":
            e7=12
        if e7=="D":
            e7=13
        if e7=="E":
            e7=14
        if e7=="F":
            e7=15
        else:
            e7=int(e7)
        e8=e8+(e7,)
        e6=e6+1
    print e8

    e9=1
    e10=len(e8)
    e11=()
    while e9<=e10:
        e12=e8[e9-1]
        a1=e12
        a2=()
        a3=1 
        while a3<=1:
            a4=a1%2
            a2=a2+(a4,)
            a1=a1/2
            if a1<2:
                if a1==1:
                    a2=a2+(1,)
                if a1==0:
                    a2=a2+(0,)
                a3=a3+1
        a5=len(a2)
        a6=1
        a7=""
        a56=a5
        while a6<=a5:
            a7=a7+str(a2[a56-1])
            a6=a6+1
            a56=a56-1
        if a5<=3:
            if a5==1:
                a8="000"
                a7=a8+a7
            if a5==2:
                a8="00"
                a7=a8+a7
            if a5==3:
                a8="0"
                a7=a8+a7
        else:
            a7=a7
        print a7,
        e9=e9+1

npm throws error without sudo

This is how I solved the issue on Windows 8.1:

  • Go to your nodejs install (usually C:\Program Files\nodejs)
  • Right click node_modules folder and go to properties
  • Click the Security tab and advanced
  • At the top you will see "Owner: SYSTEM", click change
  • Enter the user you want permissions for and click Ok
  • Check the box at the bottom of the advanced settings "Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object" and click ok
  • Do whatever npm install/update you need

What are the different types of keys in RDBMS?

Sharing my notes which I usually maintain while reading from Internet, I hope it may be helpful to someone

Candidate Key or available keys

Candidate keys are those keys which is candidate for primary key of a table. In simple words we can understand that such type of keys which full fill all the requirements of primary key which is not null and have unique records is a candidate for primary key. So thus type of key is known as candidate key. Every table must have at least one candidate key but at the same time can have several.

Primary Key

Such type of candidate key which is chosen as a primary key for table is known as primary key. Primary keys are used to identify tables. There is only one primary key per table. In SQL Server when we create primary key to any table then a clustered index is automatically created to that column.

Foreign Key

Foreign key are those keys which is used to define relationship between two tables. When we want to implement relationship between two tables then we use concept of foreign key. It is also known as referential integrity. We can create more than one foreign key per table. Foreign key is generally a primary key from one table that appears as a field in another where the first table has a relationship to the second. In other words, if we had a table A with a primary key X that linked to a table B where X was a field in B, then X would be a foreign key in B.

Alternate Key or Secondary

If any table have more than one candidate key, then after choosing primary key from those candidate key, rest of candidate keys are known as an alternate key of that table. Like here we can take a very simple example to understand the concept of alternate key. Suppose we have a table named Employee which has two columns EmpID and EmpMail, both have not null attributes and unique value. So both columns are treated as candidate key. Now we make EmpID as a primary key to that table then EmpMail is known as alternate key.

Composite Key

When we create keys on more than one column then that key is known as composite key. Like here we can take an example to understand this feature. I have a table Student which has two columns Sid and SrefNo and we make primary key on these two column. Then this key is known as composite key.

Natural keys

A natural key is one or more existing data attributes that are unique to the business concept. For the Customer table there was two candidate keys, in this case CustomerNumber and SocialSecurityNumber. Link http://www.agiledata.org/essays/keys.html

Surrogate key

Introduce a new column, called a surrogate key, which is a key that has no business meaning. An example of which is the AddressID column of the Address table in Figure 1. Addresses don't have an "easy" natural key because you would need to use all of the columns of the Address table to form a key for itself (you might be able to get away with just the combination of Street and ZipCode depending on your problem domain), therefore introducing a surrogate key is a much better option in this case. Link http://www.agiledata.org/essays/keys.html

Unique key

A unique key is a superkey--that is, in the relational model of database organization, a set of attributes of a relation variable for which it holds that in all relations assigned to that variable, there are no two distinct tuples (rows) that have the same values for the attributes in this set

Aggregate or Compound keys

When more than one column is combined to form a unique key, their combined value is used to access each row and maintain uniqueness. These keys are referred to as aggregate or compound keys. Values are not combined, they are compared using their data types.

Simple key

Simple key made from only one attribute.

Super key

A superkey is defined in the relational model as a set of attributes of a relation variable (relvar) for which it holds that in all relations assigned to that variable there are no two distinct tuples (rows) that have the same values for the attributes in this set. Equivalently a super key can also be defined as a set of attributes of a relvar upon which all attributes of the relvar are functionally dependent.

Partial Key or Discriminator key

It is a set of attributes that can uniquely identify weak entities and that are related to same owner entity. It is sometime called as Discriminator.

Regular Expressions and negating a whole character group

Using a character class such as [^ab] will match a single character that is not within the set of characters. (With the ^ being the negating part).

To match a string which does not contain the multi-character sequence ab, you want to use a negative lookahead:

^(?:(?!ab).)+$


And the above expression disected in regex comment mode is:

(?x)    # enable regex comment mode
^       # match start of line/string
(?:     # begin non-capturing group
  (?!   # begin negative lookahead
    ab  # literal text sequence ab
  )     # end negative lookahead
  .     # any single character
)       # end non-capturing group
+       # repeat previous match one or more times
$       # match end of line/string

Rotating a view in Android

I just used the simple line in my code and it works :

myCusstomView.setRotation(45);

Hope it works for you.

What is the best way to search the Long datatype within an Oracle database?

First convert LONG type column to CLOB type then use LIKE condition, for example:

CREATE TABLE tbl_clob AS
   SELECT to_lob(long_col) lob_col FROM tbl_long;

SELECT * FROM tbl_clob WHERE lob_col LIKE '%form%';

Viewing localhost website from mobile device

Here is how I managed to make it work for VS 2015 on Windows 10 pro using following steps. It works for both http and https websites. (below example assumes your ip address is 192.168.1.15 and your port number is 12345)

  1. Open project config file at /{project folder}/.vs/config/applicationhost.config and add a new binding address inside <binding> section as shown below (a binding for localhost is already there, just copy/paste the same line and replace localhost with your IP address)
    <bindings>     
       <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:12345:localhost" />          
       <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:12345:192.168.1.15" />  
    </bindings>
  1. Open Command Prompt window as administrator and run the following command.
    netsh http add urlacl url=http://192.168.1.15:12345/ user=everyone
  1. Open "Windows Defender Firewall and Advanced Security" select "Inbound Rules" click "New Rule..." select "Port" then add TCP port 12345 and click next to finish the process.

  2. Right-click on Visual Studio shortcut and select "Run as administrator", then open your project and press Ctrl+F5 to open the website.

  3. Inside browser address bar, replace localhost with 192.168.1.15 and hit enter to reload your website with the new address. Now you should also be able to access the website from your mobile browser using the same address as long as it's connected to the same wifi.

If it doesn't work, make sure visual studio is run as administrator. (step 4)

Get keys from HashMap in Java

What I'll do which is very simple but waste memory is to map the values with a key and do the oposite to map the keys with a value making this:

private Map<Object, Object> team1 = new HashMap<Object, Object>();

it's important that you use <Object, Object> so you can map keys:Value and Value:Keys like this

team1.put("United", 5);

team1.put(5, "United");

So if you use team1.get("United") = 5 and team1.get(5) = "United"

But if you use some specific method on one of the objects in the pairs I'll be better if you make another map:

private Map<String, Integer> team1 = new HashMap<String, Integer>();

private Map<Integer, String> team1Keys = new HashMap<Integer, String>();

and then

team1.put("United", 5);

team1Keys.put(5, "United");

and remember, keep it simple ;)

Java escape JSON String?

Apache Commons

If you're already using Apache commons, it provides a static method for this:

StringEscapeUtils.escapeJson("some string")

It converts any string into one that's properly escaped for inclusion in JSON

See the documentation here

How do I find all of the symlinks in a directory tree?

This will recursively traverse the /path/to/folder directory and list only the symbolic links:

ls -lR /path/to/folder | grep ^l

If your intention is to follow the symbolic links too, you should use your find command but you should include the -L option; in fact the find man page says:

   -L     Follow symbolic links.  When find examines or prints information
          about files, the information used shall be taken from the  prop-
          erties  of  the file to which the link points, not from the link
          itself (unless it is a broken symbolic link or find is unable to
          examine  the file to which the link points).  Use of this option
          implies -noleaf.  If you later use the -P option,  -noleaf  will
          still  be  in  effect.   If -L is in effect and find discovers a
          symbolic link to a subdirectory during its search, the subdirec-
          tory pointed to by the symbolic link will be searched.

          When the -L option is in effect, the -type predicate will always
          match against the type of the file that a symbolic  link  points
          to rather than the link itself (unless the symbolic link is bro-
          ken).  Using -L causes the -lname and -ilname predicates  always
          to return false.

Then try this:

find -L /var/www/ -type l

This will probably work: I found in the find man page this diamond: if you are using the -type option you have to change it to the -xtype option:

          l      symbolic link; this is never true if the -L option or the
                 -follow option is in effect, unless the symbolic link  is
                 broken.  If you want to search for symbolic links when -L
                 is in effect, use -xtype.

Then:

find -L /var/www/ -xtype l

Java Replacing multiple different substring in a string at once (or in the most efficient way)

If the string you are operating on is very long, or you are operating on many strings, then it could be worthwhile using a java.util.regex.Matcher (this requires time up-front to compile, so it won't be efficient if your input is very small or your search pattern changes frequently).

Below is a full example, based on a list of tokens taken from a map. (Uses StringUtils from Apache Commons Lang).

Map<String,String> tokens = new HashMap<String,String>();
tokens.put("cat", "Garfield");
tokens.put("beverage", "coffee");

String template = "%cat% really needs some %beverage%.";

// Create pattern of the format "%(cat|beverage)%"
String patternString = "%(" + StringUtils.join(tokens.keySet(), "|") + ")%";
Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile(patternString);
Matcher matcher = pattern.matcher(template);

StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
while(matcher.find()) {
    matcher.appendReplacement(sb, tokens.get(matcher.group(1)));
}
matcher.appendTail(sb);

System.out.println(sb.toString());

Once the regular expression is compiled, scanning the input string is generally very quick (although if your regular expression is complex or involves backtracking then you would still need to benchmark in order to confirm this!)

SVN- How to commit multiple files in a single shot

You can use an svn changelist to keep track of a set of files that you want to commit together.

The linked page goes into lots of details, but here's an executive summary example:

$ svn changelist my-changelist mydir/dir1/file1.c mydir/dir2/myfile1.h
$ svn changelist my-changelist mydir/dir3/myfile3.c etc.
... (add all the files you want to commit together at your own rate)
$ svn commit -m"log msg" --changelist my-changelist

What is the simplest way to get indented XML with line breaks from XmlDocument?

Or even easier if you have access to Linq

try
{
    RequestPane.Text = System.Xml.Linq.XElement.Parse(RequestPane.Text).ToString();
}
catch (System.Xml.XmlException xex)
{
            displayException("Problem with formating text in Request Pane: ", xex);
}

Can I access a form in the controller?

Yes, you can access a form in the controller (as stated in the docs).

Except when your form is not defined in the controller scope and is defined in a child scope instead.

Basically, some angular directives, such as ng-if, ng-repeat or ng-include, will create an isolated child scope. So will any custom directives with a scope: {} property defined. Probably, your foundation components are also in your way.

I had the same problem when introducing a simple ng-if around the <form> tag.

See these for more info:

Note: I suggest you re-write your question. The answer to your question is yes but your problem is slightly different:

Can I access a form in a child scope from the controller?

To which the answer would simply be: no.

jquery: $(window).scrollTop() but no $(window).scrollBottom()

var scrollBottom =
    $(document).height() - $(window).height() - $(window).scrollTop();

I think it is better to get bottom scroll.

MySQL InnoDB not releasing disk space after deleting data rows from table

Just had the same problem myself.

What happens is, that even if you drop the database, innodb will still not release disk space. I had to export, stop mysql, remove the files manually, start mysql, create database and users, and then import. Thank god I only had 200MB worth of rows, but it spared 250GB of innodb file.

Fail by design.

ng-options with simple array init

You can use ng-repeat with option like this:

<form>
    <select ng-model="yourSelect" 
        ng-options="option as option for option in ['var1', 'var2', 'var3']"
        ng-init="yourSelect='var1'"></select>
    <input type="hidden" name="yourSelect" value="{{yourSelect}}" />
</form>

When you submit your form you can get value of input hidden.


DEMO

ng-selected ng-repeat

Datetime in C# add days

Why do you use Int64? AddDays demands a double-value to be added. Then you'll need to use the return-value of AddDays. See here.

T-SQL Subquery Max(Date) and Joins

All other answers must work, but using your same syntax (and understanding why the error)

SELECT * FROM MyParts LEFT JOIN MyPrice ON MyParts.Partid = MyPrice.Partid WHERE 
MyPart.PriceDate = (SELECT MAX(MyPrice2.PriceDate) FROM MyPrice as MyPrice2 
WHERE MyPrice2.Partid =  MyParts.Partid)

Change icon on click (toggle)

If .toggle is not working I would do the next:

var flag = false;
$('#click_advance').click(function(){
    if( flag == false){
       $('#display_advance').show('1000');
         // Add more code
       flag = true;
    }
    else{
       $('#display_advance').hide('1000');
       // Add more code
       flag = false;
    }
}

It's a little bit more code, but it works

Remove local git tags that are no longer on the remote repository

Good question. :) I don't have a complete answer...

That said, you can get a list of remote tags via git ls-remote. To list the tags in the repository referenced by origin, you'd run:

git ls-remote --tags origin

That returns a list of hashes and friendly tag names, like:

94bf6de8315d9a7b22385e86e1f5add9183bcb3c        refs/tags/v0.1.3
cc047da6604bdd9a0e5ecbba3375ba6f09eed09d        refs/tags/v0.1.4
...
2f2e45bedf67dedb8d1dc0d02612345ee5c893f2        refs/tags/v0.5.4

You could certainly put together a bash script to compare the tags generated by this list with the tags you have locally. Take a look at git show-ref --tags, which generates the tag names in the same form as git ls-remote).


As an aside, git show-ref has an option that does the opposite of what you'd like. The following command would list all the tags on the remote branch that you don't have locally:

git ls-remote --tags origin | git show-ref --tags --exclude-existing

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

In general you add all prerequisite steps to setUp and all clean-up steps to tearDown.

You can read more with examples here.

When a setUp() method is defined, the test runner will run that method prior to each test. Likewise, if a tearDown() method is defined, the test runner will invoke that method after each test.

For example you have a test that requires items to exist, or certain state - so you put these actions(creating object instances, initializing db, preparing rules and so on) into the setUp.

Also as you know each test should stop in the place where it was started - this means that we have to restore app state to it's initial state - e.g close files, connections, removing newly created items, calling transactions callback and so on - all these steps are to be included into the tearDown.

So the idea is that test itself should contain only actions that to be performed on the test object to get the result, while setUp and tearDown are the methods to help you to leave your test code clean and flexible.

You can create a setUp and tearDown for a bunch of tests and define them in a parent class - so it would be easy for you to support such tests and update common preparations and clean ups.

If you are looking for an easy example please use the following link with example

How to include clean target in Makefile?

By the way it is written, clean rule is invoked only if it is explicitly called:

make clean

I think it is better, than make clean every time. If you want to do this by your way, try this:

CXX = g++ -O2 -Wall

all: clean code1 code2

code1: code1.cc utilities.cc
   $(CXX) $^ -o $@

code2: code2.cc utilities.cc
   $(CXX) $^ -o $@

clean: 
    rm ...
    echo Clean done

How to disable javax.swing.JButton in java?

This works.

public class TestButton {

public TestButton() {
    JFrame f = new JFrame();
    f.setSize(new Dimension(200,200));
    JPanel p = new JPanel();
    p.setLayout(new FlowLayout());

    final JButton stop = new JButton("Stop");
    final JButton start = new JButton("Start");
    p.add(start);
    p.add(stop);
    f.getContentPane().add(p);
    stop.setEnabled(false);
    stop.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
        public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {
            start.setEnabled(true);
            stop.setEnabled(false);

        }
    });

    start.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
        public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {
            start.setEnabled(false);
            stop.setEnabled(true);

        }
    });
    f.setVisible(true);
}

/**
 * @param args
 */
public static void main(String[] args) {
    new TestButton();

}

}

Overlapping elements in CSS

You can try using the transform: translate property by passing the appropriate values inside the parenthesis using the inspect element in Google chrome.

You have to set translate property in such way that both the <div> overlap each other then You can use JavaScript to show and hide both the <div> according to your requirements

EditText request focus

>>you can write your code like

  if (TextUtils.isEmpty(username)) {
            editTextUserName.setError("Please enter username");
            editTextUserName.requestFocus();
            return;
        }

        if (TextUtils.isEmpty(password)) {
            editTextPassword.setError("Enter a password");
            editTextPassword.requestFocus();
            return;
        }

Saving binary data as file using JavaScript from a browser

Use FileSaver.js. It supports Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and IE 10+ (and probably IE < 10 with a few "polyfills" - see Note 4). FileSaver.js implements the saveAs() FileSaver interface in browsers that do not natively support it:
     https://github.com/eligrey/FileSaver.js

Minified version is really small at < 2.5KB, gzipped < 1.2KB.

Usage:

/* TODO: replace the blob content with your byte[] */
var blob = new Blob([yourBinaryDataAsAnArrayOrAsAString], {type: "application/octet-stream"});
var fileName = "myFileName.myExtension";
saveAs(blob, fileName);

You might need Blob.js in some browsers (see Note 3). Blob.js implements the W3C Blob interface in browsers that do not natively support it. It is a cross-browser implementation:
     https://github.com/eligrey/Blob.js

Consider StreamSaver.js if you have files larger than blob's size limitations.

Complete example:

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/* Two options_x000D_
 * 1. Get FileSaver.js from here_x000D_
 *     https://github.com/eligrey/FileSaver.js/blob/master/FileSaver.min.js -->_x000D_
 *     <script src="FileSaver.min.js" />_x000D_
 *_x000D_
 * Or_x000D_
 *_x000D_
 * 2. If you want to support only modern browsers like Chrome, Edge, Firefox, etc., _x000D_
 *    then a simple implementation of saveAs function can be:_x000D_
 */_x000D_
function saveAs(blob, fileName) {_x000D_
    var url = window.URL.createObjectURL(blob);_x000D_
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    var anchorElem = document.createElement("a");_x000D_
    anchorElem.style = "display: none";_x000D_
    anchorElem.href = url;_x000D_
    anchorElem.download = fileName;_x000D_
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    document.body.appendChild(anchorElem);_x000D_
    anchorElem.click();_x000D_
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    document.body.removeChild(anchorElem);_x000D_
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    // On Edge, revokeObjectURL should be called only after_x000D_
    // a.click() has completed, atleast on EdgeHTML 15.15048_x000D_
    setTimeout(function() {_x000D_
        window.URL.revokeObjectURL(url);_x000D_
    }, 1000);_x000D_
}_x000D_
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(function() {_x000D_
    // convert base64 string to byte array_x000D_
    var byteCharacters = atob("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    var byteNumbers = new Array(byteCharacters.length);_x000D_
    for (var i = 0; i < byteCharacters.length; i++) {_x000D_
        byteNumbers[i] = byteCharacters.charCodeAt(i);_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    var byteArray = new Uint8Array(byteNumbers);_x000D_
    _x000D_
    // now that we have the byte array, construct the blob from it_x000D_
    var blob1 = new Blob([byteArray], {type: "application/octet-stream"});_x000D_
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    var fileName1 = "cool.gif";_x000D_
    saveAs(blob1, fileName1);_x000D_
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    // saving text file_x000D_
    var blob2 = new Blob(["cool"], {type: "text/plain"});_x000D_
    var fileName2 = "cool.txt";_x000D_
    saveAs(blob2, fileName2);_x000D_
})();
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Tested on Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and IE 11 (use FileSaver.js for supporting IE 11).
You can also save from a canvas element. See https://github.com/eligrey/FileSaver.js#saving-a-canvas.

Demos: https://eligrey.com/demos/FileSaver.js/

Blog post by author of FileSaver.js: http://eligrey.com/blog/post/saving-generated-files-on-the-client-side

Note 1: Browser support: https://github.com/eligrey/FileSaver.js#supported-browsers

Note 2: Failed to execute 'atob' on 'Window'

Note 3: Polyfill for browsers not supporting Blob: https://github.com/eligrey/Blob.js
                See http://caniuse.com/#search=blob

Note 4: IE < 10 support (I've not tested this part):
                https://github.com/eligrey/FileSaver.js#ie--10
                https://github.com/eligrey/FileSaver.js/issues/56#issuecomment-30917476

Downloadify is a Flash-based polyfill for supporting IE6-9: https://github.com/dcneiner/downloadify (I don't recommend Flash-based solutions in general, though.)
Demo using Downloadify and FileSaver.js for supporting IE6-9 also: http://sheetjs.com/demos/table.html

Note 5: Creating a BLOB from a Base64 string in JavaScript

Note 6: FileSaver.js examples: https://github.com/eligrey/FileSaver.js#examples

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

if your using php for the backend maybe you can use this code.

// Validate image file size
if (($_FILES["file-input"]["size"] > 2000000)) {
    $msg = "Image File Size is Greater than 2MB.";
    header("Location: ../product.php?error=$msg");
    exit();
}  

Class 'DOMDocument' not found

this is the lastest for php v 8.0

sudo apt-get install php8.0-xml

Cannot open include file: 'stdio.h' - Visual Studio Community 2017 - C++ Error

Just in case you don't want to bump Windows SDK to Windows 10 (you could be for example working on an open source project where the decision isn't yours to make), you can solve this problem in a Windows SDK 8.1 project by navigating Tools -> Get Tools and Features... -> Individual Compontents tab and installing the individual components "Windows 8.1 SDK" (under SDKs, libraries and frameworks) and "Windows Universal CRT SDK" (under Compilers, build tools and runtimes):

How to link an image and target a new window

To open in a new tab use:

target = "_blank"

To open in the same tab use:

target = "_self"

Using jq to parse and display multiple fields in a json serially

This will produce an array of names

> jq '[ .users[] | (.first + " " + .last) ]' ~/test.json

[
  "Stevie Wonder",
  "Michael Jackson"
]

Oracle query execution time

One can issue the SQL*Plus command SET TIMING ON to get wall-clock times, but one can't take, for example, fetch time out of that trivially.

The AUTOTRACE setting, when used as SET AUTOTRACE TRACEONLY will suppress output, but still perform all of the work to satisfy the query and send the results back to SQL*Plus, which will suppress it.

Lastly, one can trace the SQL*Plus session, and manually calculate the time spent waiting on events which are client waits, such as "SQL*Net message to client", "SQL*Net message from client".

Does Git Add have a verbose switch

Well, like (almost) every console program for unix-like systems, git does not tell you anything if a command succeeds. It prints out something only if there's something wrong.

However if you want to be sure of what just happened, just type

git status

and see which changes are going to be committed and which not. I suggest you to use this before every commit, just to be sure that you are not forgetting anything.

Since you seem new to git, here is a link to a free online book that introduces you to git. It's very useful, it writes about basics as well as well known different workflows: http://git-scm.com/book

Android getActivity() is undefined

In my application, it was enough to use:

myclassname.this

Pair/tuple data type in Go

You could do something like this if you wanted

package main

import "fmt"

type Pair struct {
    a, b interface{}
}

func main() {
    p1 := Pair{"finished", 42}
    p2 := Pair{6.1, "hello"}
    fmt.Println("p1=", p1, "p2=", p2)
    fmt.Println("p1.b", p1.b)
    // But to use the values you'll need a type assertion
    s := p1.a.(string) + " now"
    fmt.Println("p1.a", s)
}

However I think what you have already is perfectly idiomatic and the struct describes your data perfectly which is a big advantage over using plain tuples.

how to hide keyboard after typing in EditText in android?

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

How to use addTarget method in swift 3

Instead of

let loginRegisterButton:UIButton = {
//...  }()

Try:

lazy var loginRegisterButton:UIButton = {
//...  }()

That should fix the compile error!!!

How to use wget in php?

wget

wget is a linux command, not a PHP command, so to run this you woud need to use exec, which is a PHP command for executing shell commands.

exec("wget --http-user=[user] --http-password=[pass] http://www.example.com/file.xml");

This can be useful if you are downloading a large file - and would like to monitor the progress, however when working with pages in which you are just interested in the content, there are simple functions for doing just that.

The exec function is enabled by default, but may be disabled in some situations. The configuration options for this reside in your php.ini, to enable, remove exec from the disabled_functions config string.

alternative

Using file_get_contents we can retrieve the contents of the specified URL/URI. When you just need to read the file into a variable, this would be the perfect function to use as a replacement for curl - follow the URI syntax when building your URL.

// standard url
$content = file_get_contents("http://www.example.com/file.xml");

// or with basic auth
$content = file_get_contents("http://user:[email protected]/file.xml");

As noted by Sean the Bean - you may also need to change allow_url_fopen to true in your php.ini to allow the use of a URL in this method, however, this should be true by default.

If you want to then store that file locally, there is a function file_put_contents to write that into a file, combined with the previous, this could emulate a file download:

file_put_contents("local_file.xml", $content);

Counting Chars in EditText Changed Listener

how about just getting the length of char in your EditText and display it?

something along the line of

tv.setText(s.length() + " / " + String.valueOf(charCounts));

Convert string to nullable type (int, double, etc...)

I wrote this generic type converter. It works with Nullable and standard values, converting between all convertible types - not just string. It handles all sorts of scenarios that you'd expect (default values, null values, other values, etc...)

I've been using this for about a year in dozens of production programs, so it should be pretty solid.

    public static T To<T>(this IConvertible obj)
    {
        Type t = typeof(T);

        if (t.IsGenericType
            && (t.GetGenericTypeDefinition() == typeof(Nullable<>)))
        {
            if (obj == null)
            {
                return (T)(object)null;
            }
            else
            {
                return (T)Convert.ChangeType(obj, Nullable.GetUnderlyingType(t));
            }
        }
        else
        {
            return (T)Convert.ChangeType(obj, t);
        }
    }

    public static T ToOrDefault<T>
                 (this IConvertible obj)
    {
        try
        {
            return To<T>(obj);
        }
        catch
        {
            return default(T);
        }
    }

    public static bool ToOrDefault<T>
                        (this IConvertible obj,
                         out T newObj)
    {
        try
        {
            newObj = To<T>(obj);
            return true;
        }
        catch
        {
            newObj = default(T);
            return false;
        }
    }

    public static T ToOrOther<T>
                           (this IConvertible obj,
                           T other)
    {
        try
        {
            return To<T>(obj);
        }
        catch
        {
            return other;
        }
    }

    public static bool ToOrOther<T>
                             (this IConvertible obj,
                             out T newObj,
                             T other)
    {
        try
        {
            newObj = To<T>(obj);
            return true;
        }
        catch
        {
            newObj = other;
            return false;
        }
    }

    public static T ToOrNull<T>
                          (this IConvertible obj)
                          where T : class
    {
        try
        {
            return To<T>(obj);
        }
        catch
        {
            return null;
        }
    }

    public static bool ToOrNull<T>
                      (this IConvertible obj,
                      out T newObj)
                      where T : class
    {
        try
        {
            newObj = To<T>(obj);
            return true;
        }
        catch
        {
            newObj = null;
            return false;
        }
    }

PHP Pass by reference in foreach

I think this code show the procedure more clear.

<?php

$a = array ('zero','one','two', 'three');

foreach ($a as &$v) {
}

var_dump($a);

foreach ($a as $v) {
  var_dump($a);
}

Result: (Take attention on the last two array)

array(4) {
  [0]=>
  string(4) "zero"
  [1]=>
  string(3) "one"
  [2]=>
  string(3) "two"
  [3]=>
  &string(5) "three"
}
array(4) {
  [0]=>
  string(4) "zero"
  [1]=>
  string(3) "one"
  [2]=>
  string(3) "two"
  [3]=>
  &string(4) "zero"
}
array(4) {
  [0]=>
  string(4) "zero"
  [1]=>
  string(3) "one"
  [2]=>
  string(3) "two"
  [3]=>
  &string(3) "one"
}
array(4) {
  [0]=>
  string(4) "zero"
  [1]=>
  string(3) "one"
  [2]=>
  string(3) "two"
  [3]=>
  &string(3) "two"
}
array(4) {
  [0]=>
  string(4) "zero"
  [1]=>
  string(3) "one"
  [2]=>
  string(3) "two"
  [3]=>
  &string(3) "two"
}

repaint() in Java

You're doing things in the wrong order.

You need to first add all JComponents to the JFrame, and only then call pack() and then setVisible(true) on the JFrame

If you later added JComponents that could change the GUI's size you will need to call pack() again, and then repaint() on the JFrame after doing so.

REST URI convention - Singular or plural name of resource while creating it

Singular

Convenience Things can have irregular plural names. Sometimes they don't have one. But Singular names are always there.

e.g. CustomerAddress over CustomerAddresses

Consider this related resource.

This /order/12/orderdetail/12 is more readable and logical than /orders/12/orderdetails/4.

Database Tables

A resource represents an entity like a database table. It should have a logical singular name. Here's the answer over table names.

Class Mapping

Classes are always singular. ORM tools generate tables with the same names as class names. As more and more tools are being used, singular names are becoming a standard.

Read more about A REST API Developer's Dilemma

For things without singular names

In the case of trousers and sunglasses, they don't seem to have a singular counterpart. They are commonly known and they appear to be singular by use. Like a pair of shoes. Think about naming the class file Shoe or Shoes. Here these names must be considered as a singular entity by their use. You don't see anyone buying a single shoe to have the URL as

/shoe/23

We have to see Shoes as a singular entity.

Reference: Top 6 REST Naming Best Practices

problem with <select> and :after with CSS in WebKit

This is a modern solution I cooked up using font-awesome. Vendor extensions have been omitted for brevity.

HTML

<fieldset>
    <label for="color">Select Color</label>
    <div class="select-wrapper">
        <select id="color">
            <option>Red</option>
            <option>Blue</option>
            <option>Yellow</option>
        </select>
        <i class="fa fa-chevron-down"></i>
    </div>
</fieldset>

SCSS

fieldset {
    .select-wrapper {
        position: relative;

        select {
            appearance: none;
            position: relative;
            z-index: 1;
            background: transparent;

            + i {
                position: absolute;
                top: 40%;
                right: 15px;
            }
        }
    }

If your select element has a defined background color, then this won't work as this snippet essentially places the Chevron icon behind the select element (to allow clicking on top of the icon to still initiate the select action).

However, you can style the select-wrapper to the same size as the select element and style its background to achieve the same effect.

Check out my CodePen for a working demo that shows this bit of code on both a dark and light themed select box using a regular label and a "placeholder" label and other cleaned up styles such as borders and widths.

P.S. This is an answer I had posted to another, duplicate question earlier this year.

Redraw datatables after using ajax to refresh the table content?

Use this:

var table = $(selector).dataTables();
table.api().draw(false);

or

var table = $(selector).DataTables();
table.draw(false);

Android Spinner : Avoid onItemSelected calls during initialization

My solution:

protected boolean inhibit_spinner = true;


@Override
        public void onItemSelected(AdapterView<?> arg0, View arg1,
                int pos, long arg3) {

            if (inhibit_spinner) {
                inhibit_spinner = false;
            }else {

            if (getDataTask != null) getDataTask.cancel(true);
            updateData();
            }

        }

Set default host and port for ng serve in config file

here is what i put into package.json (running angular 6):

{
  "name": "local-weather-app",
  "version": "1.0.0",
  "scripts": {
    "ng": "ng",
    "start": "ng serve --port 5000",
    "build": "ng build",
    "test": "ng test",
    "lint": "ng lint",
    "e2e": "ng e2e"
  },

Then a plain npm start will pull in the contents of start. Could also add other options to contents

How to get the file path from HTML input form in Firefox 3

Actually, just before FF3 was out, I did some experiments, and FF2 sends only the filename, like did Opera 9.0. Only IE sends the full path. The behavior makes sense, because the server doesn't have to know where the user stores the file on his computer, it is irrelevant to the upload process. Unless you are writing an intranet application and get the file by direct network access!

What have changed (and that's the real point of the bug item you point to) is that FF3 no longer let access to the file path from JavaScript. And won't let type/paste a path there, which is more annoying for me: I have a shell extension which copies the path of a file from Windows Explorer to the clipboard and I used it a lot in such form. I solved the issue by using the DragDropUpload extension. But this becomes off-topic, I fear.

I wonder what your Web forms are doing to stop working with this new behavior.

[EDIT] After reading the page linked by Mike, I see indeed intranet uses of the path (identify a user for example) and local uses (show preview of an image, local management of files). User Jam-es seems to provide a workaround with nsIDOMFile (not tried yet).

Update a table using JOIN in SQL Server?

    UPDATE mytable
         SET myfield = CASE other_field
             WHEN 1 THEN 'value'
             WHEN 2 THEN 'value'
             WHEN 3 THEN 'value'
         END
    From mytable
    Join otherTable on otherTable.id = mytable.id
    Where othertable.somecolumn = '1234'

More alternatives here.

In Mongoose, how do I sort by date? (node.js)

Short solution:

const query = {}
const projection = {}
const options = { sort: { id: 1 }, limit: 2, skip: 10 }

Room.find(query, projection, options).exec(function(err, docs) { ... });

How many bytes is unsigned long long?

Use the operator sizeof, it will give you the size of a type expressed in byte. One byte is eight bits. See the following program:

#include <iostream>

int main(int,char**)
{
 std::cout << "unsigned long long " << sizeof(unsigned long long) << "\n";
 std::cout << "unsigned long long int " << sizeof(unsigned long long int) << "\n";
 return 0;
}

Add space between two particular <td>s

you have to set cellpadding and cellspacing that's it.

<table cellpadding="5" cellspacing="5">
<tr> 
<td>One</td> 
<td>Two</td> 
<td>Three</td> 
<td>Four</td> 
</tr>
</table>

How to display my location on Google Maps for Android API v2

To show the "My Location" button you have to call

map.getUiSettings().setMyLocationButtonEnabled(true);

on your GoogleMap object.

Difference between the Apache HTTP Server and Apache Tomcat?

If you are using java technology(Servlet/JSP) for making web application you will probably use Apache Tomcat. However, if you are using other technologies like Perl, PHP or ruby, its better(easier) to use Apache HTTP Server.

I just discovered why all ASP.Net websites are slow, and I am trying to work out what to do about it

If your page does not modify any session variables, you can opt out of most of this lock.

<% @Page EnableSessionState="ReadOnly" %>

If your page does not read any session variables, you can opt out of this lock entirely, for that page.

<% @Page EnableSessionState="False" %>

If none of your pages use session variables, just turn off session state in the web.config.

<sessionState mode="Off" />

I'm curious, what do you think "a ThreadSafe collection" would do to become thread-safe, if it doesn't use locks?

Edit: I should probably explain by what I mean by "opt out of most of this lock". Any number of read-only-session or no-session pages can be processed for a given session at the same time without blocking each other. However, a read-write-session page can't start processing until all read-only requests have completed, and while it is running it must have exclusive access to that user's session in order to maintain consistency. Locking on individual values wouldn't work, because what if one page changes a set of related values as a group? How would you ensure that other pages running at the same time would get a consistent view of the user's session variables?

I would suggest that you try to minimize the modifying of session variables once they have been set, if possible. This would allow you to make the majority of your pages read-only-session pages, increasing the chance that multiple simultaneous requests from the same user would not block each other.

How to redirect on another page and pass parameter in url from table?

Bind the button, this is done with jQuery:

$("#my-table input[type='button']").click(function(){
    var parameter = $(this).val();
    window.location = "http://yoursite.com/page?variable=" + parameter;
});

Angular 5 Button Submit On Enter Key Press

You could also use a dummy form arround it like:

<mat-card-footer>
<form (submit)="search(ref, id, forename, surname, postcode)" action="#">
  <button mat-raised-button type="submit" class="successButton" id="invSearch" title="Click to perform search." >Search</button>
</form>
</mat-card-footer>

the search function has to return false to make sure that the action doesn't get executed.
Just make sure the form is focused (should be when you have the input in the form) when you press enter.

HTML meta tag for content language

Google recommends to use hreflang, read more info

Examples:

<link rel="alternate" href="http://example.com/en-ie" hreflang="en-ie" />
<link rel="alternate" href="http://example.com/en-ca" hreflang="en-ca" />
<link rel="alternate" href="http://example.com/en-au" hreflang="en-au" />
<link rel="alternate" href="http://example.com/en" hreflang="en" />

Trigger a keypress/keydown/keyup event in JS/jQuery?

To trigger an enter keypress, I had to modify @ebynum response, specifically, using the keyCode property.

e = $.Event('keyup');
e.keyCode= 13; // enter
$('input').trigger(e);

Resize to fit image in div, and center horizontally and vertically

SOLUTION

<style>
.container {
    margin: 10px;
    width: 115px;
    height: 115px;
    line-height: 115px;
    text-align: center;
    border: 1px solid red;
    background-image: url("http://i.imgur.com/H9lpVkZ.jpg");
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-position: center;
    background-size: contain;

}

</style>

<div class='container'>
</div>

<div class='container' style='width:50px;height:100px;line-height:100px'>
</div>

<div class='container' style='width:140px;height:70px;line-height:70px'>
</div>

How to remove the last character from a bash grep output

In Bash using only one external utility:

IFS='= ' read -r discard COMPANY_NAME <<< $(grep "company_name" file.txt)
COMPANY_NAME=${COMPANY_NAME/%?}

How can I get npm start at a different directory?

npm start --prefix path/to/your/app

& inside package.json add the following script

"scripts": {
   "preinstall":"cd $(pwd)"
}

how to loop through json array in jquery?

var data=[{'com':'something'},{'com':'some other thing'}];
$.each(data, function() {
  $.each(this, function(key, val){
    alert(val);//here data 
      alert (key); //here key

  });
});

SQL INSERT INTO from multiple tables

Here is an short extension for 3 or more tables to the answer of D Stanley:

INSERT INTO other_table (name, age, sex, city, id, number, nationality)
SELECT name, age, sex, city, p.id, number, n.nationality
FROM table_1 p
INNER JOIN table_2 a ON a.id = p.id
INNER JOIN table_3 b ON b.id = p.id
...
INNER JOIN table_n x ON x.id = p.id

Copy a git repo without history

Isn't this exactly what squashing a rebase does? Just squash everything except the last commit and then (force) push it.

How to disable "prevent this page from creating additional dialogs"?

You should better use jquery-confirm rather than trying to remove that checkbox.

$.confirm({
    title: 'Confirm!',
    content: 'Are you sure you want to refund invoice ?',
    confirm: function(){
       //do something 
    },
    cancel: function(){
       //do something
    }
}); 

File.separator vs FileSystem.getSeparator() vs System.getProperty("file.separator")?

If your code doesn't cross filesystem boundaries, i.e. you're just working with one filesystem, then use java.io.File.separator.

This will, as explained, get you the default separator for your FS. As Bringer128 explained, System.getProperty("file.separator") can be overriden via command line options and isn't as type safe as java.io.File.separator.

The last one, java.nio.file.FileSystems.getDefault().getSeparator(); was introduced in Java 7, so you might as well ignore it for now if you want your code to be portable across older Java versions.

So, every one of these options is almost the same as others, but not quite. Choose one that suits your needs.

Disable Scrolling on Body

Set height and overflow:

html, body {margin: 0; height: 100%; overflow: hidden}

http://jsfiddle.net/q99hvawt/

getContext is not a function

I recently got this error because the typo, I write 'canavas' instead of 'canvas', hope this could help someone who is searching for this.

How do I get the size of a java.sql.ResultSet?

It is a simple way to do rows-count.

ResultSet rs = job.getSearchedResult(stmt);
int rsCount = 0;

//but notice that you'll only get correct ResultSet size after end of the while loop
while(rs.next())
{
    //do your other per row stuff 
    rsCount = rsCount + 1;
}//end while

ImportError: No module named win32com.client

in some cases where pywin32 is not the direct reference and other libraries require pywin32-ctypes to be installed; causes the "ImportError: No module named win32com" when application bundled with pyinstaller.

running following command solves on python 3.7 - pyinstaller 3.6

pip install pywin32==227

Oracle TNS names not showing when adding new connection to SQL Developer

You can always find out the location of the tnsnames.ora file being used by running TNSPING to check connectivity (9i or later):

C:\>tnsping dev

TNS Ping Utility for 32-bit Windows: Version 10.2.0.1.0 - Production on 08-JAN-2009 12:48:38

Copyright (c) 1997, 2005, Oracle.  All rights reserved.

Used parameter files:
C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\client_1\NETWORK\ADMIN\sqlnet.ora


Used TNSNAMES adapter to resolve the alias
Attempting to contact (DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = XXX)(PORT = 1521)) (CONNECT_DATA = (SERVICE_NAME = DEV)))
OK (30 msec)

C:\>

Sometimes, the problem is with the entry you made in tnsnames.ora, not that the system can't find it. That said, I agree that having a tns_admin environment variable set is a Good Thing, since it avoids the inevitable issues that arise with determining exactly which tnsnames file is being used in systems with multiple oracle homes.