Programs & Examples On #Graphael

gRaphaël: A JavaScript library for drawing charts, uses the Raphaël library.

What's the difference between select_related and prefetch_related in Django ORM?

As Django documentation says:

prefetch_related()

Returns a QuerySet that will automatically retrieve, in a single batch, related objects for each of the specified lookups.

This has a similar purpose to select_related, in that both are designed to stop the deluge of database queries that is caused by accessing related objects, but the strategy is quite different.

select_related works by creating an SQL join and including the fields of the related object in the SELECT statement. For this reason, select_related gets the related objects in the same database query. However, to avoid the much larger result set that would result from joining across a ‘many’ relationship, select_related is limited to single-valued relationships - foreign key and one-to-one.

prefetch_related, on the other hand, does a separate lookup for each relationship, and does the ‘joining’ in Python. This allows it to prefetch many-to-many and many-to-one objects, which cannot be done using select_related, in addition to the foreign key and one-to-one relationships that are supported by select_related. It also supports prefetching of GenericRelation and GenericForeignKey, however, it must be restricted to a homogeneous set of results. For example, prefetching objects referenced by a GenericForeignKey is only supported if the query is restricted to one ContentType.

More information about this: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.2/ref/models/querysets/#prefetch-related

Angular Directive refresh on parameter change

angular.module('app').directive('conversation', function() {
    return {
        restrict: 'E',
        link: function ($scope, $elm, $attr) {
            $scope.$watch("some_prop", function (newValue, oldValue) {
                  var typeId = $attr.type-id;
                  // Your logic.
            });
        }
    };
}

Java Ordered Map

Modern Java version of Steffi Keran's answer

public class Solution {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        // create a simple hash map and insert some key-value pairs into it
        Map<String, Integer> map = new HashMap<>();
        map.put("Python", 3);
        map.put("C", 0);
        map.put("JavaScript", 4);
        map.put("C++", 1);
        map.put("Golang", 5);
        map.put("Java", 2);
        // Create a linked list from the above map entries
        List<Map.Entry<String, Integer>> list = new LinkedList<>(map.entrySet());
        // sort the linked list using Collections.sort()
        list.sort(Comparator.comparing(Map.Entry::getValue));
        list.forEach(System.out::println);
    }
}

How to embed a video into GitHub README.md?

I strongly recommend placing the video in a project website created with GitHub Pages instead of the readme, like described in VonC's answer; it will be a lot better than any of these ideas. But if you need a quick fix just like I needed, here are some suggestions.

Use a gif

See aloisdg's answer, result is awesome, gifs are rendered on github's readme ;)

Use a video player picture

You could trick the user into thinking the video is on the readme page with a picture. It sounds like an ad trick, it's not perfect, but it works and it's funny ;).

Example:

[![Watch the video](https://i.imgur.com/vKb2F1B.png)](https://youtu.be/vt5fpE0bzSY)

Result:

Watch the video

Use youtube's preview picture

You can also use the picture generated by youtube for your video.

For youtube urls in the form of:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=<VIDEO ID>
https://youtu.be/<VIDEO URL>

The preview urls are in the form of:

https://img.youtube.com/vi/<VIDEO ID>/maxresdefault.jpg
https://img.youtube.com/vi/<VIDEO ID>/hqdefault.jpg

Example:

[![Watch the video](https://img.youtube.com/vi/T-D1KVIuvjA/maxresdefault.jpg)](https://youtu.be/T-D1KVIuvjA)

Result:

Watch the video

Use asciinema

If your use case is something that runs in a terminal, asciinema lets you record a terminal session and has nice markdown embedding.

Hit share button and copy the markdown snippet.

Example:

[![asciicast](https://asciinema.org/a/113463.png)](https://asciinema.org/a/113463)

Result:

asciicast

how to kill the tty in unix

you do not need to know pts number, just type:

ps all | grep bash

then:

kill pid1 pid2 pid3 ...

Does a `+` in a URL scheme/host/path represent a space?

Space characters may only be encoded as "+" in one context: application/x-www-form-urlencoded key-value pairs.

The RFC-1866 (HTML 2.0 specification), paragraph 8.2.1. subparagraph 1. says: "The form field names and values are escaped: space characters are replaced by `+', and then reserved characters are escaped").

Here is an example of such a string in URL where RFC-1866 allows encoding spaces as pluses: "http://example.com/over/there?name=foo+bar". So, only after "?", spaces can be replaced by pluses (in other cases, spaces should be encoded to %20). This way of encoding form data is also given in later HTML specifications, for example, look for relevant paragraphs about application/x-www-form-urlencoded in HTML 4.01 Specification, and so on.

But, because it's hard to always correctly determine the context, it's the best practice to never encode spaces as "+". It's better to percent-encode all character except "unreserved" defined in RFC-3986, p.2.3. Here is a code example that illustrates what should be encoded. It is given in Delphi (pascal) programming language, but it is very easy to understand how it works for any programmer regardless of the language possessed:

(* percent-encode all unreserved characters as defined in RFC-3986, p.2.3 *)
function UrlEncodeRfcA(const S: AnsiString): AnsiString;
const    
  HexCharArrA: array [0..15] of AnsiChar = '0123456789ABCDEF';
var
  I: Integer;
  c: AnsiChar;
begin
 // percent-encoding, see RFC-3986, p. 2.1
  Result := S;
  for I := Length(S) downto 1 do
  begin
    c := S[I];
    case c of
      'A' .. 'Z', 'a' .. 'z', // alpha
      '0' .. '9',             // digit
      '-', '.', '_', '~':;    // rest of unreserved characters as defined in the RFC-3986, p.2.3
      else
        begin
          Result[I] := '%';
          Insert('00', Result, I + 1);
          Result[I + 1] := HexCharArrA[(Byte(C) shr 4) and $F)];
          Result[I + 2] := HexCharArrA[Byte(C) and $F];
        end;
    end;
  end;
end;

function UrlEncodeRfcW(const S: UnicodeString): AnsiString;
begin
  Result := UrlEncodeRfcA(Utf8Encode(S));
end;

Find length (size) of an array in jquery

       var mode = [];
                $("input[name='mode[]']:checked").each(function(i) {
                    mode.push($(this).val());
                })
 if(mode.length == 0)
                {
                   alert('Please select mode!')
                };

How to reference static assets within vue javascript

this finally worked for me, image passed as prop:

<img :src="require(`../../assets/${image}.svg`)">

Loading .sql files from within PHP

mysql_query("LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE '/path/to/file' INTO TABLE mytable");

How do I POST urlencoded form data with $http without jQuery?

$http({

    method: "POST",
    url: "/server.php",
    headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded' },
    data: "name='????'&age='28'",


}).success(function(data, status) {
    console.log(data);
    console.log(status);
});

Round number to nearest integer

Isn't just Python doing round half to even, as prescribed by IEEE 754?

Be careful redefining, or using "non-standard" rounding…

(See also https://stackoverflow.com/a/33019948/109839)

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

You might want to try the contains selector:

if ($("#field > div.field-item:contains('someText')").length) {
    $("#somediv").addClass("thisClass");
}

Also, as other mentioned, you must use == or === rather than =.

Error:Execution failed for task ':app:transformClassesWithJarMergingForDebug'

There may be different reason for reported issue, few days back also face this issue 'duplicate jar', after upgrading studio. From all stackoverflow I tried all the suggestion but nothing worked for me.

But this is for sure some duplicate jar is there, For me it was present in one library libs folder as well as project libs folder. So I removed from project libs folder as it was not required here. So be careful while updating the studio, and try to understand all the gradle error.

Passing javascript variable to html textbox

<form name="input" action="some.php" method="post">
 <input type="text" name="user" id="mytext">
 <input type="submit" value="Submit">
</form>

<script>
  var w = someValue;
document.getElementById("mytext").value = w;

</script>

//php on some.php page

echo $_POST['user'];

Passing Multiple route params in Angular2

As detailed in this answer, mayur & user3869623's answer's are now relating to a deprecated router. You can now pass multiple parameters as follows:

To call router:

this.router.navigate(['/myUrlPath', "someId", "another ID"]);

In routes.ts:

{ path: 'myUrlpath/:id1/:id2', component: componentToGoTo},

Using colors with printf

This works for me:

printf "%b" "\e[1;34mThis is a blue text.\e[0m"

From printf(1):

%b     ARGUMENT as a string with '\' escapes interpreted, except that octal
       escapes are of the form \0 or \0NNN

How to DROP multiple columns with a single ALTER TABLE statement in SQL Server?

this query will alter the multiple column test it.

create table test(a int,B int,C int);

alter table test drop(a,B);

What is the location of mysql client ".my.cnf" in XAMPP for Windows?

After checking the default locations on Win7 with mysql --help and unable to find any config file, I manually searched for my.ini and found it at C:\ProgramData\MySQL\MySQL Server x.y (yep, ProgramData, not Program Files).

Though I used an own my.ini at Program Files, the other configuration overwrote my settings.

How to add a Hint in spinner in XML

This can be done in a very simple way. Instead of setting the adapter using the built-in values (android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1), create your own xml layout for both TextView and DropDown, and use them. In the TextView layout, define Hint text and Hint color. Last step, create and empty item as the first item in the item array defined in Strings.

<string-array name="professional_qualification_array">
    <item></item>
    <item>B.Pharm</item>
    <item>M.Pharm</item>
    <item>PharmD</item>
</string-array>

Create XML layout for Spinner TextView (spnr_qualification.xml)

<TextView xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:id="@android:id/text1"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:textSize="20sp"
    android:hint="Qualification"
    android:textColorHint="@color/light_gray"
    android:textColor="@color/blue_black" />

Create XML layout for spinner DropDown.(drpdn_qual.xml)

<CheckedTextView xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:id="@android:id/text1"
style="?android:attr/spinnerDropDownItemStyle"
android:maxLines="1"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="?android:attr/listPreferredItemHeight"
android:ellipsize="marquee"
android:textColor="#FFFFFF"/>

Define spinner in the main XML layout

<Spinner
android:id="@+id/spnQualification"
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="40dp"
android:layout_marginTop="10dp"
android:paddingLeft="10dp"
android:paddingBottom="5dp"
android:paddingTop="5dp"
/>

And finally in the code, while setting adapter for the spinner, use your custom XML layout.

ArrayAdapter<CharSequence> qual_adapter = ArrayAdapter.createFromResource(this, R.array.professional_qualification_array,R.layout.spnr_qualification);

qual_adapter.setDropDownViewResource(R.layout.drpdn_qual);

spnQualification.setAdapter(qual_adapter)

Insert all data of a datagridview to database at once

If you move your for loop, you won't have to make multiple connections. Just a quick edit to your code block (by no means completely correct):

string StrQuery;
try
{
    using (SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection(ConnString))
    {
        using (SqlCommand comm = new SqlCommand())
        {
            comm.Connection = conn;
            conn.Open();
            for(int i=0; i< dataGridView1.Rows.Count;i++)
            {
                StrQuery= @"INSERT INTO tableName VALUES (" 
                    + dataGridView1.Rows[i].Cells["ColumnName"].Text+", " 
                    + dataGridView1.Rows[i].Cells["ColumnName"].Text+");";
                comm.CommandText = StrQuery;
                comm.ExecuteNonQuery();
            }
        }
    }
}

As to executing multiple SQL commands at once, please look at this link: Multiple statements in single SqlCommand

Asserting successive calls to a mock method

I always have to look this one up time and time again, so here is my answer.


Asserting multiple method calls on different objects of the same class

Suppose we have a heavy duty class (which we want to mock):

In [1]: class HeavyDuty(object):
   ...:     def __init__(self):
   ...:         import time
   ...:         time.sleep(2)  # <- Spends a lot of time here
   ...:     
   ...:     def do_work(self, arg1, arg2):
   ...:         print("Called with %r and %r" % (arg1, arg2))
   ...:  

here is some code that uses two instances of the HeavyDuty class:

In [2]: def heavy_work():
   ...:     hd1 = HeavyDuty()
   ...:     hd1.do_work(13, 17)
   ...:     hd2 = HeavyDuty()
   ...:     hd2.do_work(23, 29)
   ...:    


Now, here is a test case for the heavy_work function:

In [3]: from unittest.mock import patch, call
   ...: def test_heavy_work():
   ...:     expected_calls = [call.do_work(13, 17),call.do_work(23, 29)]
   ...:     
   ...:     with patch('__main__.HeavyDuty') as MockHeavyDuty:
   ...:         heavy_work()
   ...:         MockHeavyDuty.return_value.assert_has_calls(expected_calls)
   ...:  

We are mocking the HeavyDuty class with MockHeavyDuty. To assert method calls coming from every HeavyDuty instance we have to refer to MockHeavyDuty.return_value.assert_has_calls, instead of MockHeavyDuty.assert_has_calls. In addition, in the list of expected_calls we have to specify which method name we are interested in asserting calls for. So our list is made of calls to call.do_work, as opposed to simply call.

Exercising the test case shows us it is successful:

In [4]: print(test_heavy_work())
None


If we modify the heavy_work function, the test fails and produces a helpful error message:

In [5]: def heavy_work():
   ...:     hd1 = HeavyDuty()
   ...:     hd1.do_work(113, 117)  # <- call args are different
   ...:     hd2 = HeavyDuty()
   ...:     hd2.do_work(123, 129)  # <- call args are different
   ...:     

In [6]: print(test_heavy_work())
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
(traceback omitted for clarity)

AssertionError: Calls not found.
Expected: [call.do_work(13, 17), call.do_work(23, 29)]
Actual: [call.do_work(113, 117), call.do_work(123, 129)]


Asserting multiple calls to a function

To contrast with the above, here is an example that shows how to mock multiple calls to a function:

In [7]: def work_function(arg1, arg2):
   ...:     print("Called with args %r and %r" % (arg1, arg2))

In [8]: from unittest.mock import patch, call
   ...: def test_work_function():
   ...:     expected_calls = [call(13, 17), call(23, 29)]    
   ...:     with patch('__main__.work_function') as mock_work_function:
   ...:         work_function(13, 17)
   ...:         work_function(23, 29)
   ...:         mock_work_function.assert_has_calls(expected_calls)
   ...:    

In [9]: print(test_work_function())
None


There are two main differences. The first one is that when mocking a function we setup our expected calls using call, instead of using call.some_method. The second one is that we call assert_has_calls on mock_work_function, instead of on mock_work_function.return_value.

How to create JSON string in C#

This code snippet uses the DataContractJsonSerializer from System.Runtime.Serialization.Json in .NET 3.5.

public static string ToJson<T>(/* this */ T value, Encoding encoding)
{
    var serializer = new DataContractJsonSerializer(typeof(T));

    using (var stream = new MemoryStream())
    {
        using (var writer = JsonReaderWriterFactory.CreateJsonWriter(stream, encoding))
        {
            serializer.WriteObject(writer, value);
        }

        return encoding.GetString(stream.ToArray());
    }
}

Draw path between two points using Google Maps Android API v2

First of all we will get source and destination points between which we have to draw route. Then we will pass these attribute to below function.

 public String makeURL (double sourcelat, double sourcelog, double destlat, double destlog ){
        StringBuilder urlString = new StringBuilder();
        urlString.append("http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/directions/json");
        urlString.append("?origin=");// from
        urlString.append(Double.toString(sourcelat));
        urlString.append(",");
        urlString.append(Double.toString( sourcelog));
        urlString.append("&destination=");// to
        urlString.append(Double.toString( destlat));
        urlString.append(",");
        urlString.append(Double.toString( destlog));
        urlString.append("&sensor=false&mode=driving&alternatives=true");
        urlString.append("&key=YOUR_API_KEY");
        return urlString.toString();
 }

This function will make the url that we will send to get Direction API response. Then we will parse that response . The parser class is

public class JSONParser {

    static InputStream is = null;
    static JSONObject jObj = null;
    static String json = "";
    // constructor
    public JSONParser() {
    }
    public String getJSONFromUrl(String url) {

        // Making HTTP request
        try {
            // defaultHttpClient
            DefaultHttpClient httpClient = new DefaultHttpClient();
            HttpPost httpPost = new HttpPost(url);

            HttpResponse httpResponse = httpClient.execute(httpPost);
            HttpEntity httpEntity = httpResponse.getEntity();
            is = httpEntity.getContent();           

        } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        } catch (ClientProtocolException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
        try {
            BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(
                    is, "iso-8859-1"), 8);
            StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
            String line = null;
            while ((line = reader.readLine()) != null) {
                sb.append(line + "\n");
            }

            json = sb.toString();
            is.close();
        } catch (Exception e) {
            Log.e("Buffer Error", "Error converting result " + e.toString());
        }
        return json;

    }
}

This parser will return us string. We will call it like that.

JSONParser jParser = new JSONParser();
String json = jParser.getJSONFromUrl(url);

Now we will send this string to our drawpath function. The drawpath function is

public void drawPath(String  result) {

    try {
            //Tranform the string into a json object
           final JSONObject json = new JSONObject(result);
           JSONArray routeArray = json.getJSONArray("routes");
           JSONObject routes = routeArray.getJSONObject(0);
           JSONObject overviewPolylines = routes.getJSONObject("overview_polyline");
           String encodedString = overviewPolylines.getString("points");
           List<LatLng> list = decodePoly(encodedString);
           Polyline line = mMap.addPolyline(new PolylineOptions()
                                    .addAll(list)
                                    .width(12)
                                    .color(Color.parseColor("#05b1fb"))//Google maps blue color
                                    .geodesic(true)
                    );
           /*
           for(int z = 0; z<list.size()-1;z++){
                LatLng src= list.get(z);
                LatLng dest= list.get(z+1);
                Polyline line = mMap.addPolyline(new PolylineOptions()
                .add(new LatLng(src.latitude, src.longitude), new LatLng(dest.latitude,   dest.longitude))
                .width(2)
                .color(Color.BLUE).geodesic(true));
            }
           */
    } 
    catch (JSONException e) {

    }
} 

Above code will draw the path on mMap. The code of decodePoly is

private List<LatLng> decodePoly(String encoded) {

    List<LatLng> poly = new ArrayList<LatLng>();
    int index = 0, len = encoded.length();
    int lat = 0, lng = 0;

    while (index < len) {
        int b, shift = 0, result = 0;
        do {
            b = encoded.charAt(index++) - 63;
            result |= (b & 0x1f) << shift;
            shift += 5;
        } while (b >= 0x20);
        int dlat = ((result & 1) != 0 ? ~(result >> 1) : (result >> 1));
        lat += dlat;

        shift = 0;
        result = 0;
        do {
            b = encoded.charAt(index++) - 63;
            result |= (b & 0x1f) << shift;
            shift += 5;
        } while (b >= 0x20);
        int dlng = ((result & 1) != 0 ? ~(result >> 1) : (result >> 1));
        lng += dlng;

        LatLng p = new LatLng( (((double) lat / 1E5)),
                 (((double) lng / 1E5) ));
        poly.add(p);
    }

    return poly;
}

As direction call may take time so we will do all this in Asynchronous task. My Asynchronous task was

private class connectAsyncTask extends AsyncTask<Void, Void, String>{
    private ProgressDialog progressDialog;
    String url;
    connectAsyncTask(String urlPass){
        url = urlPass;
    }
    @Override
    protected void onPreExecute() {
        // TODO Auto-generated method stub
        super.onPreExecute();
        progressDialog = new ProgressDialog(MainActivity.this);
        progressDialog.setMessage("Fetching route, Please wait...");
        progressDialog.setIndeterminate(true);
        progressDialog.show();
    }
    @Override
    protected String doInBackground(Void... params) {
        JSONParser jParser = new JSONParser();
        String json = jParser.getJSONFromUrl(url);
        return json;
    }
    @Override
    protected void onPostExecute(String result) {
        super.onPostExecute(result);   
        progressDialog.hide();        
        if(result!=null){
            drawPath(result);
        }
    }
}

I hope it will help.

pretty-print JSON using JavaScript

Here is a simple JSON format/color component written in React:

const HighlightedJSON = ({ json }: Object) => {
  const highlightedJSON = jsonObj =>
    Object.keys(jsonObj).map(key => {
      const value = jsonObj[key];
      let valueType = typeof value;
      const isSimpleValue =
        ["string", "number", "boolean"].includes(valueType) || !value;
      if (isSimpleValue && valueType === "object") {
        valueType = "null";
      }
      return (
        <div key={key} className="line">
          <span className="key">{key}:</span>
          {isSimpleValue ? (
            <span className={valueType}>{`${value}`}</span>
          ) : (
            highlightedJSON(value)
          )}
        </div>
      );
    });
  return <div className="json">{highlightedJSON(json)}</div>;
};

See it working in this CodePen: https://codepen.io/benshope/pen/BxVpjo

Hope that helps!

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

As you comment in your question, awk is really the way to go. To use cut is possible together with tr -s to squeeze spaces, as kev's answer shows.

Let me however go through all the possible combinations for future readers. Explanations are at the Test section.

tr | cut

tr -s ' ' < file | cut -d' ' -f4

awk

awk '{print $4}' file

bash

while read -r _ _ _ myfield _
do
   echo "forth field: $myfield"
done < file

sed

sed -r 's/^([^ ]*[ ]*){3}([^ ]*).*/\2/' file

Tests

Given this file, let's test the commands:

$ cat a
this   is    line     1 more text
this      is line    2     more text
this    is line 3     more text
this is   line 4            more    text

tr | cut

$ cut -d' ' -f4 a
is
                        # it does not show what we want!


$ tr -s ' ' < a | cut -d' ' -f4
1
2                       # this makes it!
3
4
$

awk

$ awk '{print $4}' a
1
2
3
4

bash

This reads the fields sequentially. By using _ we indicate that this is a throwaway variable as a "junk variable" to ignore these fields. This way, we store $myfield as the 4th field in the file, no matter the spaces in between them.

$ while read -r _ _ _ a _; do echo "4th field: $a"; done < a
4th field: 1
4th field: 2
4th field: 3
4th field: 4

sed

This catches three groups of spaces and no spaces with ([^ ]*[ ]*){3}. Then, it catches whatever coming until a space as the 4th field, that it is finally printed with \1.

$ sed -r 's/^([^ ]*[ ]*){3}([^ ]*).*/\2/' a
1
2
3
4

invalid new-expression of abstract class type

invalid new-expression of abstract class type 'box'

There is nothing unclear about the error message. Your class box has at least one member that is not implemented, which means it is abstract. You cannot instantiate an abstract class.

If this is a bug, fix your box class by implementing the missing member(s).

If it's by design, derive from box, implement the missing member(s) and use the derived class.

numpy array TypeError: only integer scalar arrays can be converted to a scalar index

Short answer:

[a[:,:j] for j in i]

What you are trying to do is not a vectorizable operation. Wikipedia defines vectorization as a batch operation on a single array, instead of on individual scalars:

In computer science, array programming languages (also known as vector or multidimensional languages) generalize operations on scalars to apply transparently to vectors, matrices, and higher-dimensional arrays.

...

... an operation that operates on entire arrays can be called a vectorized operation...

In terms of CPU-level optimization, the definition of vectorization is:

"Vectorization" (simplified) is the process of rewriting a loop so that instead of processing a single element of an array N times, it processes (say) 4 elements of the array simultaneously N/4 times.

The problem with your case is that the result of each individual operation has a different shape: (3, 1), (3, 2) and (3, 3). They can not form the output of a single vectorized operation, because the output has to be one contiguous array. Of course, it can contain (3, 1), (3, 2) and (3, 3) arrays inside of it (as views), but that's what your original array a already does.

What you're really looking for is just a single expression that computes all of them:

[a[:,:j] for j in i]

... but it's not vectorized in a sense of performance optimization. Under the hood it's plain old for loop that computes each item one by one.

Converting a factor to numeric without losing information R (as.numeric() doesn't seem to work)

First, factor consists of indices and levels. This fact is very very important when you are struggling with factor.

For example,

> z <- factor(letters[c(3, 2, 3, 4)])

# human-friendly display, but internal structure is invisible
> z
[1] c b c d
Levels: b c d

# internal structure of factor
> unclass(z)
[1] 2 1 2 3
attr(,"levels")
[1] "b" "c" "d"

here, z has 4 elements.
The index is 2, 1, 2, 3 in that order.
The level is associated with each index: 1 -> b, 2 -> c, 3 -> d.

Then, as.numeric converts simply the index part of factor into numeric.
as.character handles the index and levels, and generates character vector expressed by its level.

?as.numeric says that Factors are handled by the default method.

Show ProgressDialog Android

Declare your progress dialog:

ProgressDialog progress;

When you're ready to start the progress dialog:

progress = ProgressDialog.show(this, "dialog title",
    "dialog message", true);

and to make it go away when you're done:

progress.dismiss();

Here's a little thread example for you:

// Note: declare ProgressDialog progress as a field in your class.

progress = ProgressDialog.show(this, "dialog title",
  "dialog message", true);

new Thread(new Runnable() {
  @Override
  public void run()
  {
    // do the thing that takes a long time

    runOnUiThread(new Runnable() {
      @Override
      public void run()
      {
        progress.dismiss();
      }
    });
  }
}).start();

How do I diff the same file between two different commits on the same branch?

You can also compare two different files in two different revisions, like this:

git diff <revision_1>:<file_1> <revision_2>:<file_2>

string sanitizer for filename

one way

$bad='/[\/:*?"<>|]/';
$string = 'fi?le*';

function sanitize($str,$pat)
{
    return preg_replace($pat,"",$str);

}
echo sanitize($string,$bad);

Byte Array in Python

Just use a bytearray (Python 2.6 and later) which represents a mutable sequence of bytes

>>> key = bytearray([0x13, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x08, 0x00])
>>> key
bytearray(b'\x13\x00\x00\x00\x08\x00')

Indexing get and sets the individual bytes

>>> key[0]
19
>>> key[1]=0xff
>>> key
bytearray(b'\x13\xff\x00\x00\x08\x00')

and if you need it as a str (or bytes in Python 3), it's as simple as

>>> bytes(key)
'\x13\xff\x00\x00\x08\x00'

Reading text files using read.table

From ?read.table: The number of data columns is determined by looking at the first five lines of input (or the whole file if it has less than five lines), or from the length of col.names if it is specified and is longer. This could conceivably be wrong if fill or blank.lines.skip are true, so specify col.names if necessary.

So, perhaps your data file isn't clean. Being more specific will help the data import:

d = read.table("foobar.txt", 
               sep="\t", 
               col.names=c("id", "name"), 
               fill=FALSE, 
               strip.white=TRUE)

will specify exact columns and fill=FALSE will force a two column data frame.

When should one use a spinlock instead of mutex?

Using spinlocks on a single-core/single-CPU system makes usually no sense, since as long as the spinlock polling is blocking the only available CPU core, no other thread can run and since no other thread can run, the lock won't be unlocked either. IOW, a spinlock wastes only CPU time on those systems for no real benefit

This is wrong. There is no wastage of cpu cycles in using spinlocks on uni processor systems, because once a process takes a spin lock , preemption is disabled , so as such, there could be no one else spinning! It's just that using it doesn't make any sense! Hence, spinlocks on Uni systems are replaced by preempt_disable at compile time by the kernel!

Merge two Excel tables Based on matching data in Columns

Put the table in the second image on Sheet2, columns D to F.

In Sheet1, cell D2 use the formula

=iferror(vlookup($A2,Sheet2!$D$1:$F$100,column(A1),false),"")

copy across and down.

Edit: here is a picture. The data is in two sheets. On Sheet1, enter the formula into cell D2. Then copy the formula across to F2 and then down as many rows as you need.

enter image description here

Animate scroll to ID on page load

You are only scrolling the height of your element. offset() returns the coordinates of an element relative to the document, and top param will give you the element's distance in pixels along the y-axis:

$("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: $('#title1').offset().top }, 1000);

And you can also add a delay to it:

$("html, body").delay(2000).animate({scrollTop: $('#title1').offset().top }, 2000);

Omitting the second expression when using the if-else shorthand

Using null is fine for one of the branches of a ternary expression. And a ternary expression is fine as a statement in Javascript.

As a matter of style, though, if you have in mind invoking a procedure, it's clearer to write this using if..else:

if (x==2) doSomething;
else doSomethingElse

or, in your case,

if (x==2) doSomething;

How can I get two form fields side-by-side, with each field’s label above the field, in CSS?

Give this a try

<style type="text/css">

form {width:400px;}

#text1 {float:right;}

#text2 {float:left;}

</style>

then

<form id="form1" name="form1" method="post" action="">


 <label id="text1">Company Name<br />
   <input type="text" name="textfield2" id="textfield2" />
 </label>

 <label id="text2">Contact Name<br />
   <input type="text" name="textfield" id="textfield" />
 </label>


</form>

Test Page: http://jsbin.com/ahelo4

Works for me in the latest versions of Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera. Not 100% sure about IE though as im on a Mac, but I cant see why it wouldn't :)

AssertionError: View function mapping is overwriting an existing endpoint function: main

Flask requires you to associate a single 'view function' with an 'endpoint'. You are calling Main.as_view('main') twice which creates two different functions (exactly the same functionality but different in memory signature). Short story, you should simply do

main_view_func = Main.as_view('main')

app.add_url_rule('/',
             view_func=main_view_func,
             methods=["GET"])

app.add_url_rule('/<page>/',
             view_func=main_view_func,
             methods=["GET"])

How do I make a C++ console program exit?

There are several ways to cause your program to terminate. Which one is appropriate depends on why you want your program to terminate. The vast majority of the time it should be by executing a return statement in your main function. As in the following.

int main()
{
     f();
     return 0;
}

As others have identified this allows all your stack variables to be properly destructed so as to clean up properly. This is very important.

If you have detected an error somewhere deep in your code and you need to exit out you should throw an exception to return to the main function. As in the following.

struct stop_now_t { };
void f()
{
      // ...
      if (some_condition())
           throw stop_now_t();
      // ...
}

int main()
{
     try {
          f();
     } catch (stop_now_t& stop) {
          return 1;
     }
     return 0;
 }

This causes the stack to be unwound an all your stack variables to be destructed. Still very important. Note that it is appropriate to indicate failure with a non-zero return value.

If in the unlikely case that your program detects a condition that indicates it is no longer safe to execute any more statements then you should use std::abort(). This will bring your program to a sudden stop with no further processing. std::exit() is similar but may call atexit handlers which could be bad if your program is sufficiently borked.

How to disable the back button in the browser using JavaScript

history.pushState(null, null, document.title);
window.addEventListener('popstate', function () {
    history.pushState(null, null, document.title);
});

This script will overwrite attempts to navigate back and forth with the state of the current page.


Update:

Some users have reported better success with using document.URL instead of document.title:

history.pushState(null, null, document.URL);
window.addEventListener('popstate', function () {
    history.pushState(null, null, document.URL);
});

How to make popup look at the centre of the screen?

/*--------  Bootstrap Modal Popup in Center of Screen --------------*/
/*---------------extra css------*/
.modal {
    text-align: center;
    padding: 0 !important;
}
.modal:before {
    content: '';
    display: inline-block;
    height: 100%;
    vertical-align: middle;
    margin-right: -4px;
}
.modal-dialog {
    display: inline-block;
    text-align: left;
    vertical-align: middle;
}
/*----- Modal Popup -------*/
<div class="modal fade" role="dialog">
    <div class="modal-dialog" >
        <div class="modal-content">
            <div class="modal-header">
                <button type="button" class="close" data-dismiss="modal" aria-label="Close">
                    <span aria-hidden="true">×</span>
                </button>
                <h5 class="modal-title">Header</h5>
            </div>
            <div class="modal-body">
               body here     
             </div>
        <div class="modal-footer">            
            <button type="button" class="btn btn-secondary" data-dismiss="modal">Close</button>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
</div>

Getting cursor position in Python

Using the standard ctypes library, this should yield the current on screen mouse coordinates without any third party modules:

from ctypes import windll, Structure, c_long, byref


class POINT(Structure):
    _fields_ = [("x", c_long), ("y", c_long)]



def queryMousePosition():
    pt = POINT()
    windll.user32.GetCursorPos(byref(pt))
    return { "x": pt.x, "y": pt.y}


pos = queryMousePosition()
print(pos)

I should mention that this code was taken from an example found here So credit goes to Nullege.com for this solution.

How to send a POST request using volley with string body?

Name = editTextName.getText().toString().trim();
Email = editTextEmail.getText().toString().trim();
Phone = editTextMobile.getText().toString().trim();


JSONArray jsonArray = new JSONArray();
jsonArray.put(Name);
jsonArray.put(Email);
jsonArray.put(Phone);
final String mRequestBody = jsonArray.toString();

StringRequest stringRequest = new StringRequest(Request.Method.PUT, OTP_Url, new Response.Listener<String>() {
    @Override
    public void onResponse(String response) {
        Log.v("LOG_VOLLEY", response);

    }
}, new Response.ErrorListener() {
    @Override
    public void onErrorResponse(VolleyError error) {
        Log.e("LOG_VOLLEY", error.toString());
    }
}) {
    @Override
    public String getBodyContentType() {
        return "application/json; charset=utf-8";
    }

    @Override
    public byte[] getBody() throws AuthFailureError {
        try {
            return mRequestBody == null ? null : mRequestBody.getBytes("utf-8");
        } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException uee) {
            VolleyLog.wtf("Unsupported Encoding while trying to get the bytes of %s using %s", mRequestBody, "utf-8");
            return null;
        }
    }

};
stringRequest.setShouldCache(false);
VollySupport.getmInstance(RegisterActivity.this).addToRequestque(stringRequest);

Call to a member function on a non-object

function page_properties($objPortal) {    
    $objPage->set_page_title($myrow['title']);
}

looks like different names of variables $objPortal vs $objPage

How can I read a text file in Android?

First you store your text file in to raw folder.

private void loadWords() throws IOException {
    Log.d(TAG, "Loading words...");
    final Resources resources = mHelperContext.getResources();
    InputStream inputStream = resources.openRawResource(R.raw.definitions);
    BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(inputStream));

    try {
        String line;
        while ((line = reader.readLine()) != null) {
            String[] strings = TextUtils.split(line, "-");
            if (strings.length < 2)
                continue;
            long id = addWord(strings[0].trim(), strings[1].trim());
            if (id < 0) {
                Log.e(TAG, "unable to add word: " + strings[0].trim());
            }
        }
    } finally {
        reader.close();
    }
    Log.d(TAG, "DONE loading words.");
}

Warning: mysql_fetch_array() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in

Your query ($myQuery) is failing and therefore not producing a query resource, but instead producing FALSE.

To reveal what your dynamically generated query looks like and reveal the errors, try this:

$result2 = mysql_query($myQuery) or die($myQuery."<br/><br/>".mysql_error());

The error message will guide you to the solution, which from your comment below is related to using ORDER BY on a field that doesn't exist in the table you're SELECTing from.

Regex empty string or email

The answers above work ($ for empty), but I just tried this and it also works to just leave empty like so:

/\A(INTENSE_EMAIL_REGEX|)\z/i

Same thing in reverse order

/\A(|INTENSE_EMAIL_REGEX)\z/i

How do you say not equal to in Ruby?

Yes. In Ruby the not equal to operator is:

!=

You can get a full list of ruby operators here: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/ruby/ruby_operators.htm.

Allow all remote connections, MySQL

You can disable all security by editing /etc/my.cnf:

[mysqld]
skip-grant-tables

SSL error SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed

Have you tried using the stream_context_set_option() method ?

$context = stream_context_create();
$result = stream_context_set_option($context, 'ssl', 'local_cert', '/etc/ssl/certs/cacert.pem');
$fp = fsockopen($host, $port, $errno, $errstr, 20, $context);

In addition, try file_get_contents() for the pem file, to make sure you have permissions to access it, and make sure the host name matches the certificate.

Multiple condition in single IF statement

Yes that is valid syntax but it may well not do what you want.

Execution will continue after your RAISERROR except if you add a RETURN. So you will need to add a block with BEGIN ... END to hold the two statements.

Also I'm not sure why you plumped for severity 15. That usually indicates a syntax error.

Finally I'd simplify the conditions using IN

CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[AddApplicationUser] (@TenantId BIGINT,
                                            @UserType TINYINT,
                                            @UserName NVARCHAR(100),
                                            @Password NVARCHAR(100))
AS
  BEGIN
      IF ( @TenantId IS NULL
           AND @UserType IN ( 0, 1 ) )
        BEGIN
            RAISERROR('The value for @TenantID should not be null',15,1);

            RETURN;
        END
  END 

Using TortoiseSVN how do I merge changes from the trunk to a branch and vice versa?

You should use "merge a range of revision".

To merge changes from the trunk to a branch, inside the branch working copy choose "merge range of revisions" and enter the trunk URL and the start and end revisions to merge.

The same in the opposite way to merge a branch in the trunk.

About the --reintegrate flag, check the manual here: http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-dug-merge.html#tsvn-dug-merge-reintegrate

C# how to convert File.ReadLines into string array?

Change string[] lines = File.ReadLines("c:\\file.txt"); to IEnumerable<string> lines = File.ReadLines("c:\\file.txt"); The rest of your code should work fine.

MongoDB not equal to

From the Mongo docs:

The $not operator only affects other operators and cannot check fields and documents independently. So, use the $not operator for logical disjunctions and the $ne operator to test the contents of fields directly.

Since you are testing the field directly $ne is the right operator to use here.

Edit:

A situation where you would like to use $not is:

db.inventory.find( { price: { $not: { $gt: 1.99 } } } )

That would select all documents where:

  • The price field value is less than or equal to 1.99 or the price
  • Field does not exist

Get the list of stored procedures created and / or modified on a particular date?

SELECT * FROM sys.objects WHERE type='p' ORDER BY modify_date DESC

SELECT name, create_date, modify_date 
FROM sys.objects
WHERE type = 'P'

SELECT name, crdate, refdate 
FROM sysobjects
WHERE type = 'P' 
ORDER BY refdate desc

How are software license keys generated?

If you aren't particularly concerned with the length of the key, a pretty tried and true method is the use of public and private key encryption.

Essentially have some kind of nonce and a fixed signature.

For example: 0001-123456789

Where 0001 is your nonce and 123456789 is your fixed signature.

Then encrypt this using your private key to get your CD key which is something like: ABCDEF9876543210

Then distribute the public key with your application. The public key can be used to decrypt the CD key "ABCDEF9876543210", which you then verify the fixed signature portion of.

This then prevents someone from guessing what the CD key is for the nonce 0002 because they don't have the private key.

The only major down side is that your CD keys will be quite long when using private / public keys 1024-bit in size. You also need to choose a nonce long enough so you aren't encrypting a trivial amount of information.

The up side is that this method will work without "activation" and you can use things like an email address or licensee name as the nonce.

How to call a function after a div is ready?

Through jQuery.ready function you can specify function that's executed when DOM is loaded. Whole DOM, not any div you want.

So, you should use ready in a bit different way

$.ready(function() {
    createGrid();
});

This is in case when you dont use AJAX to load your div

How to pass macro definition from "make" command line arguments (-D) to C source code?

Find the C file and Makefile implementation in below to meet your requirements

foo.c

 main ()
    {
        int a = MAKE_DEFINE;
        printf ("MAKE_DEFINE value:%d\n", a);
    }

Makefile

all:
    gcc -DMAKE_DEFINE=11 foo.c

How to implement my very own URI scheme on Android

I strongly recommend that you not define your own scheme. This goes against the web standards for URI schemes, which attempts to rigidly control those names for good reason -- to avoid name conflicts between different entities. Once you put a link to your scheme on a web site, you have put that little name into entire the entire Internet's namespace, and should be following those standards.

If you just want to be able to have a link to your own app, I recommend you follow the approach I described here:

How to register some URL namespace (myapp://app.start/) for accessing your program by calling a URL in browser in Android OS?

How can I find the number of years between two dates?

This will work and if you want the number of years replace 12 to 1

    String date1 = "07-01-2015";
    String date2 = "07-11-2015";
    int i = Integer.parseInt(date1.substring(6));
    int j = Integer.parseInt(date2.substring(6));
    int p = Integer.parseInt(date1.substring(3,5));
    int q = Integer.parseInt(date2.substring(3,5));


    int z;
    if(q>=p){
        z=q-p + (j-i)*12;
    }else{
        z=p-q + (j-i)*12;
    }
    System.out.println("The Total Months difference between two dates is --> "+z+" Months");

What is VanillaJS?

There's no difference at all, VanillaJS is just a way to refer to native (non-extended and standards-based) JavaScript. Generally speaking it's a term of contrast when using libraries and frameworks like jQuery and React. Website www.vanilla-js.com lays emphasis on it as a joke, by talking 'bout VanillaJS as though it were a fast, lightweight, and cross-platform framework. That muddies the waters! Thus, it can be a little philosophical question: "how many things do I compile to Vanilla JavaScript without being VanillaJS themselves?" So, a mere guideline for that is: if you can write the code and run it in any current web-browser without additional tools or so called compile steps, it might be VanillaJS.

Excel VBA Password via Hex Editor

If you deal with .xlsm file instead of .xls you can use the old method. I was trying to modify vbaProject.bin in .xlsm several times using DBP->DBx method by it didn't work, also changing value of DBP didn't. So I was very suprised that following worked :
1. Save .xlsm as .xls.
2. Use DBP->DBx method on .xls.
3. Unfortunately some erros may occur when using modified .xls file, I had to save .xls as .xlsx and add modules, then save as .xlsm.

How can I disable all views inside the layout?

  private void disableLL(ViewGroup layout){
    for (int i = 0; i < layout.getChildCount(); i++) {
        View child = layout.getChildAt(i);
        child.setClickable(false);
        if (child instanceof ViewGroup)
            disableLL((ViewGroup) child);
    }
}

and call method like this :

RelativeLayout rl_root = (RelativeLayout) findViewById(R.id.rl_root);
disableLL(rl_root);

How to parse JSON to receive a Date object in JavaScript?

if you use the JavaScript style ISO8601 date in JSON, you could use this, from MDN

var jsonDate = (new Date()).toJSON();
var backToDate = new Date(jsonDate);
console.log(jsonDate); //2015-10-26T07:46:36.611Z

Is List<Dog> a subclass of List<Animal>? Why are Java generics not implicitly polymorphic?

If you are sure that the list items are subclasses of that given super type, you can cast the list using this approach:

(List<Animal>) (List<?>) dogs

This is usefull when you want to pass the list inside of a constructor or iterate over it.

Creating an Arraylist of Objects

How to Creating an Arraylist of Objects.

Create an array to store the objects:

ArrayList<MyObject> list = new ArrayList<MyObject>();

In a single step:

list.add(new MyObject (1, 2, 3)); //Create a new object and adding it to list. 

or

MyObject myObject = new MyObject (1, 2, 3); //Create a new object.
list.add(myObject); // Adding it to the list.

How to comment lines in rails html.erb files?

Note that if you want to comment out a single line of printing erb you should do like this

<%#= ["Buck", "Papandreou"].join(" you ") %>

Subtracting time.Duration from time in Go

You can negate a time.Duration:

then := now.Add(- dur)

You can even compare a time.Duration against 0:

if dur > 0 {
    dur = - dur
}

then := now.Add(dur)

You can see a working example at http://play.golang.org/p/ml7svlL4eW

In Typescript, what is the ! (exclamation mark / bang) operator when dereferencing a member?

non-null assertion operator

With the non-null assertion operator we can tell the compiler explicitly that an expression has value other than null or undefined. This is can be useful when the compiler cannot infer the type with certainty but we more information than the compiler.

Example

TS code

function simpleExample(nullableArg: number | undefined | null) {
   const normal: number = nullableArg; 
    //   Compile err: 
    //   Type 'number | null | undefined' is not assignable to type 'number'.
    //   Type 'undefined' is not assignable to type 'number'.(2322)

   const operatorApplied: number = nullableArg!; 
    // compiles fine because we tell compiler that null | undefined are excluded 
}

Compiled JS code

Note that the JS does not know the concept of the Non-null assertion operator since this is a TS feature

_x000D_
_x000D_
"use strict";
function simpleExample(nullableArg) {
    const normal = nullableArg;
    const operatorApplied = nullableArg;
 }
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

String isNullOrEmpty in Java?

public static boolean isNull(String str) {
        return str == null ? true : false;
    }

    public static boolean isNullOrBlank(String param) {
        if (isNull(param) || param.trim().length() == 0) {
            return true;
        }
        return false;
    }

VBA Print to PDF and Save with Automatic File Name

Hopefully this is self explanatory enough. Use the comments in the code to help understand what is happening. Pass a single cell to this function. The value of that cell will be the base file name. If the cell contains "AwesomeData" then we will try and create a file in the current users desktop called AwesomeData.pdf. If that already exists then try AwesomeData2.pdf and so on. In your code you could just replace the lines filename = Application..... with filename = GetFileName(Range("A1"))

Function GetFileName(rngNamedCell As Range) As String
    Dim strSaveDirectory As String: strSaveDirectory = ""
    Dim strFileName As String: strFileName = ""
    Dim strTestPath As String: strTestPath = ""
    Dim strFileBaseName As String: strFileBaseName = ""
    Dim strFilePath As String: strFilePath = ""
    Dim intFileCounterIndex As Integer: intFileCounterIndex = 1

    ' Get the users desktop directory.
    strSaveDirectory = Environ("USERPROFILE") & "\Desktop\"
    Debug.Print "Saving to: " & strSaveDirectory

    ' Base file name
    strFileBaseName = Trim(rngNamedCell.Value)
    Debug.Print "File Name will contain: " & strFileBaseName

    ' Loop until we find a free file number
    Do
        If intFileCounterIndex > 1 Then
            ' Build test path base on current counter exists.
            strTestPath = strSaveDirectory & strFileBaseName & Trim(Str(intFileCounterIndex)) & ".pdf"
        Else
            ' Build test path base just on base name to see if it exists.
            strTestPath = strSaveDirectory & strFileBaseName & ".pdf"
        End If

        If (Dir(strTestPath) = "") Then
            ' This file path does not currently exist. Use that.
            strFileName = strTestPath
        Else
            ' Increase the counter as we have not found a free file yet.
            intFileCounterIndex = intFileCounterIndex + 1
        End If

    Loop Until strFileName <> ""

    ' Found useable filename
    Debug.Print "Free file name: " & strFileName
    GetFileName = strFileName

End Function

The debug lines will help you figure out what is happening if you need to step through the code. Remove them as you see fit. I went a little crazy with the variables but it was to make this as clear as possible.

In Action

My cell O1 contained the string "FileName" without the quotes. Used this sub to call my function and it saved a file.

Sub Testing()
    Dim filename As String: filename = GetFileName(Range("o1"))

    ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1:N24").ExportAsFixedFormat Type:=xlTypePDF, _
                                              filename:=filename, _
                                              Quality:=xlQualityStandard, _
                                              IncludeDocProperties:=True, _
                                              IgnorePrintAreas:=False, _
                                              OpenAfterPublish:=False
End Sub

Where is your code located in reference to everything else? Perhaps you need to make a module if you have not already and move your existing code into there.

How to test whether a service is running from the command line

if you don't mind to combine the net command with grep you can use the following script.

@echo off
net start | grep -x "Service"
if %ERRORLEVEL% == 2 goto trouble
if %ERRORLEVEL% == 1 goto stopped
if %ERRORLEVEL% == 0 goto started
echo unknown status
goto end
:trouble
echo trouble
goto end
:started
echo started
goto end
:stopped
echo stopped
goto end
:end

"Unmappable character for encoding UTF-8" error

The compiler is using the UTF-8 character encoding to read your source file. But the file must have been written by an editor using a different encoding. Open your file in an editor set to the UTF-8 encoding, fix the quote mark, and save it again.

Alternatively, you can find the Unicode point for the character and use a Unicode escape in the source code. For example, the character A can be replaced with the Unicode escape \u0041.

By the way, you don't need to use the begin- and end-line anchors ^ and $ when using the matches() method. The entire sequence must be matched by the regular expression when using the matches() method. The anchors are only useful with the find() method.

jQuery: Best practice to populate drop down?

For a newbie like me to JavaScript let alone JQuery, the more JavaScript way of doing it is:

result.forEach(d=>$("#dropdown").append(new Option(d,d)))

Excluding files/directories from Gulp task

Quick answer

On src, you can always specify files to ignore using "!".

Example (you want to exclude all *.min.js files on your js folder and subfolder:

gulp.src(['js/**/*.js', '!js/**/*.min.js'])

You can do it as well for individual files.

Expanded answer:

Extracted from gulp documentation:

gulp.src(globs[, options])

Emits files matching provided glob or an array of globs. Returns a stream of Vinyl files that can be piped to plugins.

glob refers to node-glob syntax or it can be a direct file path.

So, looking to node-glob documentation we can see that it uses the minimatch library to do its matching.

On minimatch documentation, they point out the following:

if the pattern starts with a ! character, then it is negated.

And that is why using ! symbol will exclude files / directories from a gulp task

Regex: ignore case sensitivity

As I discovered from this similar post (ignorecase in AWK), on old versions of awk (such as on vanilla Mac OS X), you may need to use 'tolower($0) ~ /pattern/'.

IGNORECASE or (?i) or /pattern/i will either generate an error or return true for every line.

What is Parse/parsing?

You could say that parsing a string of characters is analyzing this string to find tokens, or items and then create a structure from the result.

In your example, calling Integer.parseInt on a string is parsing this string to find an integer.

So, if you have:

String someString = "123";

And then you invoke:

int i = Integer.parseInt( someString );

You're telling java to analyze the "123" string and find an integer there.

Other example:

One of the actions the java compiler does, when it compiles your source code is to "parse" your .java file and create tokens that match the java grammar.

When you fail to write the source code properly ( for instance forget to add a ; at the end of a statement ), it is the parser who identifies the error.

Here's more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parse

Parse query string in JavaScript

I wanted to pick up specific links within a DOM element on a page, send those users to a redirect page on a timer and then pass them onto the original clicked URL. This is how I did it using regular javascript incorporating one of the methods above.

Page with links: Head

  function replaceLinks() {   
var content = document.getElementById('mainContent');
            var nodes = content.getElementsByTagName('a');
        for (var i = 0; i < document.getElementsByTagName('a').length; i++) {
            {
                href = nodes[i].href;
                if (href.indexOf("thisurl.com") != -1) {

                    nodes[i].href="http://www.thisurl.com/redirect.aspx" + "?url=" + nodes[i];
                    nodes[i].target="_blank";

                }
            }
    }
}

Body

<body onload="replaceLinks()">

Redirect page Head

   function getQueryVariable(variable) {
        var query = window.location.search.substring(1);
        var vars = query.split('&');
        for (var i = 0; i < vars.length; i++) {
            var pair = vars[i].split('=');
            if (decodeURIComponent(pair[0]) == variable) {
                return decodeURIComponent(pair[1]);
            }
        }
        console.log('Query variable %s not found', variable);
    }
    function delayer(){
        window.location = getQueryVariable('url')
    }

Body

<body onload="setTimeout('delayer()', 1000)">

CSS: transition opacity on mouse-out?

You're applying transitions only to the :hover pseudo-class, and not to the element itself.

.item {   
  height:200px;
  width:200px;
  background:red; 
  -webkit-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
  -moz-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
  -ms-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
  -o-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
  transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
}

.item:hover {
  zoom: 1;
  filter: alpha(opacity=50);
  opacity: 0.5;
}

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/7uR8z/6/

If you don't want the transition to affect the mouse-over event, but only mouse-out, you can turn transitions off for the :hover state :

.item:hover {
  -webkit-transition: none;
  -moz-transition: none;
  -ms-transition: none;
  -o-transition: none;
  transition: none;
  zoom: 1;
  filter: alpha(opacity=50);
  opacity: 0.5;
}

Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/7uR8z/3/

What is Hash and Range Primary Key?

As the whole thing is mixing up let's look at it function and code to simulate what it means consicely

The only way to get a row is via primary key

getRow(pk: PrimaryKey): Row

Primary key data structure can be this:

// If you decide your primary key is just the partition key.
class PrimaryKey(partitionKey: String)

// and in thids case
getRow(somePartitionKey): Row

However you can decide your primary key is partition key + sort key in this case:

// if you decide your primary key is partition key + sort key
class PrimaryKey(partitionKey: String, sortKey: String)

getRow(partitionKey, sortKey): Row
getMultipleRows(partitionKey): Row[]

So the bottom line:

  1. Decided that your primary key is partition key only? get single row by partition key.

  2. Decided that your primary key is partition key + sort key? 2.1 Get single row by (partition key, sort key) or get range of rows by (partition key)

In either way you get a single row by primary key the only question is if you defined that primary key to be partition key only or partition key + sort key

Building blocks are:

  1. Table
  2. Item
  3. KV Attribute.

Think of Item as a row and of KV Attribute as cells in that row.

  1. You can get an item (a row) by primary key.
  2. You can get multiple items (multiple rows) by specifying (HashKey, RangeKeyQuery)

You can do (2) only if you decided that your PK is composed of (HashKey, SortKey).

More visually as its complex, the way I see it:

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Table                                                                             |
|+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+  |
||Item                                                                          |  |
||+-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+                       |  |
|||primaryKey | |kv attr    | |kv attr ...| |kv attr ...|                       |  |
||+-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+                       |  |
|+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+  |
|+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+  |
||Item                                                                          |  |
||+-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+         |  |
|||primaryKey | |kv attr    | |kv attr ...| |kv attr ...| |kv attr ...|         |  |
||+-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+ +-----------+         |  |
|+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+  |
|                                                                                  |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|1. Always get item by PrimaryKey                                                  |
|2. PK is (Hash,RangeKey), great get MULTIPLE Items by Hash, filter/sort by range     |
|3. PK is HashKey: just get a SINGLE ITEM by hashKey                               |
|                                                      +--------------------------+|
|                                 +---------------+    |getByPK => getBy(1        ||
|                 +-----------+ +>|(HashKey,Range)|--->|hashKey, > < or startWith ||
|              +->|Composite  |-+ +---------------+    |of rangeKeys)             ||
|              |  +-----------+                        +--------------------------+|
|+-----------+ |                                                                   |
||PrimaryKey |-+                                                                   |
|+-----------+ |                                       +--------------------------+|
|              |  +-----------+   +---------------+    |getByPK => get by specific||
|              +->|HashType   |-->|get one item   |--->|hashKey                   ||
|                 +-----------+   +---------------+    |                          ||
|                                                      +--------------------------+|
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

So what is happening above. Notice the following observations. As we said our data belongs to (Table, Item, KVAttribute). Then Every Item has a primary key. Now the way you compose that primary key is meaningful into how you can access the data.

If you decide that your PrimaryKey is simply a hash key then great you can get a single item out of it. If you decide however that your primary key is hashKey + SortKey then you could also do a range query on your primary key because you will get your items by (HashKey + SomeRangeFunction(on range key)). So you can get multiple items with your primary key query.

Note: I did not refer to secondary indexes.

How to unit test abstract classes: extend with stubs?

This is the pattern I usually follow when setting up a harness for testing an abstract class:

public abstract class MyBase{
  /*...*/
  public abstract void VoidMethod(object param1);
  public abstract object MethodWithReturn(object param1);
  /*,,,*/
}

And the version I use under test:

public class MyBaseHarness : MyBase{
  /*...*/
  public Action<object> VoidMethodFunction;
  public override void VoidMethod(object param1){
    VoidMethodFunction(param1);
  }
  public Func<object, object> MethodWithReturnFunction;
  public override object MethodWithReturn(object param1){
    return MethodWihtReturnFunction(param1);
  }
  /*,,,*/
}

If the abstract methods are called when I don't expect it, the tests fail. When arranging the tests, I can easily stub out the abstract methods with lambdas that perform asserts, throw exceptions, return different values, etc.

Found shared references to a collection org.hibernate.HibernateException

I had the same problem. In my case, the issue was that someone used BeanUtils to copy the properties of one entity to another, so we ended up having two entities referencing the same collection.

Given that I spent some time investigating this issue, I would recommend the following checklist:

  • Look for scenarios like entity1.setCollection(entity2.getCollection()) and getCollection returns the internal reference to the collection (if getCollection() returns a new instance of the collection, then you don't need to worry).

  • Look if clone() has been implemented correctly.

  • Look for BeanUtils.copyProperties(entity1, entity2).

How can I convert a string to an int in Python?

easy!

    if option == str(1):
        numberA = int(raw_input("enter first number. "))
        numberB= int(raw_input("enter second number. "))
        print " "
        print addition(numberA, numberB)
     etc etc etc

How To Raise Property Changed events on a Dependency Property?

I question the logic of raising a PropertyChanged event on the second property when it's the first property that's changing. If the second properties value changes then the PropertyChanged event could be raised there.

At any rate, the answer to your question is you should implement INotifyPropertyChange. This interface contains the PropertyChanged event. Implementing INotifyPropertyChanged lets other code know that the class has the PropertyChanged event, so that code can hook up a handler. After implementing INotifyPropertyChange, the code that goes in the if statement of your OnPropertyChanged is:

if (PropertyChanged != null)
    PropertyChanged(new PropertyChangedEventArgs("MySecondProperty"));

When do we need curly braces around shell variables?

Following SierraX and Peter's suggestion about text manipulation, curly brackets {} are used to pass a variable to a command, for instance:

Let's say you have a sposi.txt file containing the first line of a well-known Italian novel:

> sposi="somewhere/myfolder/sposi.txt"
> cat $sposi

Ouput: quel ramo del lago di como che volge a mezzogiorno

Now create two variables:

# Search the 2nd word found in the file that "sposi" variable points to
> word=$(cat $sposi | cut -d " " -f 2)

# This variable will replace the word
> new_word="filone"

Now substitute the word variable content with the one of new_word, inside sposi.txt file

> sed -i "s/${word}/${new_word}/g" $sposi
> cat $sposi

Ouput: quel filone del lago di como che volge a mezzogiorno

The word "ramo" has been replaced.

Python - Count elements in list

len(myList) should do it.

len works with all the collections, and strings too.

What is the difference between primary, unique and foreign key constraints, and indexes?

Primary key mainly prevent duplication and shows the uniqueness of columns Foreign key mainly shows relationship on two tables

How to get first N number of elements from an array

The following worked for me.

array.slice( where_to_start_deleting, array.length )

Here is an example

var fruits = ["Banana", "Orange", "Apple", "Mango"];
fruits.slice(2, fruits.length);
//Banana,Orange  ->These first two we get as resultant

Is it wrong to place the <script> tag after the </body> tag?

Modern browsers will take script tags in the body like so:

<body>
    <script src="scripts/main.js"></script>
</body>

Basically, it means that the script will be loaded once the page has finished, which may be useful in certain cases (namely DOM manipulation). However, I highly recommend you take the same script and put it in the head tag with "defer", as it will give the same effect.

<head>
    <script src="scripts/main.js" defer></script>
</head>

Should I set max pool size in database connection string? What happens if I don't?

Currently your application support 100 connections in pool. Here is what conn string will look like if you want to increase it to 200:

public static string srConnectionString = 
                "server=localhost;database=mydb;uid=sa;pwd=mypw;Max Pool Size=200;";

You can investigate how many connections with database your application use, by executing sp_who procedure in your database. In most cases default connection pool size will be enough.

Padding is invalid and cannot be removed?

Rijndael/AES is a block cypher. It encrypts data in 128 bit (16 character) blocks. Cryptographic padding is used to make sure that the last block of the message is always the correct size.

Your decryption method is expecting whatever its default padding is, and is not finding it. As @NetSquirrel says, you need to explicitly set the padding for both encryption and decryption. Unless you have a reason to do otherwise, use PKCS#7 padding.

KERNELBASE.dll Exception 0xe0434352 offset 0x000000000000a49d

0xe0434352 is the SEH code for a CLR exception. If you don't understand what that means, stop and read A Crash Course on the Depths of Win32™ Structured Exception Handling. So your process is not handling a CLR exception. Don't shoot the messenger, KERNELBASE.DLL is just the unfortunate victim. The perpetrator is MyApp.exe.

There should be a minidump of the crash in DrWatson folders with a full stack, it will contain everything you need to root cause the issue.

I suggest you wire up, in your myapp.exe code, AppDomain.UnhandledException and Application.ThreadException, as appropriate.

How do I add an existing Solution to GitHub from Visual Studio 2013

Well, I understand this question is Visual Studio GUI related, but maybe the asker can try this trick also. Just giving a different perspective in solving this problem.

I like to use terminal a lot for GIT, so here are the simple steps:

Pre-requisites...

  • If it's Linux or MAC, you should have git packages installed on your machine
  • If it's Windows, you can try to download git bash software

Now,

  1. Goto Github.com
  2. In your account, create a New Repository
  3. Don't create any file inside the repository. Keep it empty. Copy its URL. It should be something like https://github.com/Username/ProjectName.git

  4. Open up the terminal and redirect to your Visual Studio Project directory

  5. Configure your credentials

    git config --global user.name "your_git_username"
    git config --global user.email "your_git_email"
    
  6. Then type these commands

    git init
    git add .
    git commit -m "First Migration Commit"
    git remote add origin paste_your_URL_here
    git push -u origin master
    

Done...Hope this helps

accessing a variable from another class

I hope I'm understanding the problem correctly, but it looks like you don't have a reference back to your DrawFrame object from DrawCircle.

Try this:

Change your constructor signature for DrawCircle to take in a DrawFrame object. Within the constructor, set the class variable "d" to the DrawFrame object you just took in. Now add the getWidth/getHeight methods to DrawFrame as mentioned in previous answers. See if that allows you to get what you're looking for.

Your DrawCircle constructor should be changed to something like:

public DrawCircle(DrawFrame frame)
{
    d = frame;
    w = 400;
    h = 400;
    diBig = 300;
    diSmall = 10;
    maxRad = (diBig/2) - diSmall;
    xSq = 50;
    ySq = 50;
    xPoint = 200;
    yPoint = 200;
}

The last line of code in DrawFrame should look something like:

contentPane.add(new DrawCircle(this));

Then, try using d.getheight(), d.getWidth() and so on within DrawCircle. This assumes you still have those methods available on DrawFrame to access them, of course.

Trying to use fetch and pass in mode: no-cors

Solution for me was to just do it server side

I used the C# WebClient library to get the data (in my case it was image data) and send it back to the client. There's probably something very similar in your chosen server-side language.

//Server side, api controller

[Route("api/ItemImage/GetItemImageFromURL")]
public IActionResult GetItemImageFromURL([FromQuery] string url)
{
    ItemImage image = new ItemImage();

    using(WebClient client = new WebClient()){

        image.Bytes = client.DownloadData(url);

        return Ok(image);
    }
}

You can tweak it to whatever your own use case is. The main point is client.DownloadData() worked without any CORS errors. Typically CORS issues are only between websites, hence it being okay to make 'cross-site' requests from your server.

Then the React fetch call is as simple as:

//React component

fetch(`api/ItemImage/GetItemImageFromURL?url=${imageURL}`, {            
        method: 'GET',
    })
    .then(resp => resp.json() as Promise<ItemImage>)
    .then(imgResponse => {

       // Do more stuff....
    )}

Send text to specific contact programmatically (whatsapp)

It lets you open WhatsApp conversation screen for that specific user you are trying to communicate with:

private void openWhatsApp() {
    String smsNumber = "91XXXXXXXX20";
    boolean isWhatsappInstalled = whatsappInstalledOrNot("com.whatsapp");
    if (isWhatsappInstalled) {

        Intent sendIntent = new Intent("android.intent.action.MAIN");
        sendIntent.setComponent(new ComponentName("com.whatsapp", "com.whatsapp.Conversation"));
        sendIntent.putExtra("jid", PhoneNumberUtils.stripSeparators(smsNumber) + "@s.whatsapp.net");//phone number without "+" prefix

        startActivity(sendIntent);
    } else {
        Uri uri = Uri.parse("market://details?id=com.whatsapp");
        Intent goToMarket = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, uri);
        Toast.makeText(this, "WhatsApp not Installed",
                Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
        startActivity(goToMarket);
    }
}

private boolean whatsappInstalledOrNot(String uri) {
    PackageManager pm = getPackageManager();
    boolean app_installed = false;
    try {
        pm.getPackageInfo(uri, PackageManager.GET_ACTIVITIES);
        app_installed = true;
    } catch (PackageManager.NameNotFoundException e) {
        app_installed = false;
    }
    return app_installed;
}

Does C have a string type?

C does not and never has had a native string type. By convention, the language uses arrays of char terminated with a null char, i.e., with '\0'. Functions and macros in the language's standard libraries provide support for the null-terminated character arrays, e.g., strlen iterates over an array of char until it encounters a '\0' character and strcpy copies from the source string until it encounters a '\0'.

The use of null-terminated strings in C reflects the fact that C was intended to be only a little more high-level than assembly language. Zero-terminated strings were already directly supported at that time in assembly language for the PDP-10 and PDP-11.

It is worth noting that this property of C strings leads to quite a few nasty buffer overrun bugs, including serious security flaws. For example, if you forget to null-terminate a character string passed as the source argument to strcpy, the function will keep copying sequential bytes from whatever happens to be in memory past the end of the source string until it happens to encounter a 0, potentially overwriting whatever valuable information follows the destination string's location in memory.

In your code example, the string literal "Hello, world!" will be compiled into a 14-byte long array of char. The first 13 bytes will hold the letters, comma, space, and exclamation mark and the final byte will hold the null-terminator character '\0', automatically added for you by the compiler. If you were to access the array's last element, you would find it equal to 0. E.g.:

const char foo[] = "Hello, world!";
assert(foo[12] == '!');
assert(foo[13] == '\0');

However, in your example, message is only 10 bytes long. strcpy is going to write all 14 bytes, including the null-terminator, into memory starting at the address of message. The first 10 bytes will be written into the memory allocated on the stack for message and the remaining four bytes will simply be written on to the end of the stack. The consequence of writing those four extra bytes onto the stack is hard to predict in this case (in this simple example, it might not hurt a thing), but in real-world code it usually leads to corrupted data or memory access violation errors.

Filtering by Multiple Specific Model Properties in AngularJS (in OR relationship)

Pretty straight forward approach using filterBy in angularJs

For working plnkr follow this link

http://plnkr.co/edit/US6xE4h0gD5CEYV0aMDf?p=preview

This has specially used a single property to search against multiple column but not all.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html ng-app="myApp">

  <head>
    <script data-require="[email protected]" data-semver="1.4.1" src="https://code.angularjs.org/1.4.1/angular.js"></script>
    <script data-require="[email protected]" data-semver="0.5.2" src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/angular-filter/0.5.2/angular-filter.js"></script>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" />
    <script src="script.js"></script>
  </head>

  <body ng-controller="myCtrl as vm">
  <input type="text" placeholder="enter your search text" ng-model="vm.searchText" />
   <table>
     <tr ng-repeat="row in vm.tableData | filterBy: ['col1','col2']: vm.searchText">
       <td>{{row.col1}}</td>
       <td>{{row.col2}}</td>
       <td>{{row.col3}}</td>
     </tr>
   </table>
   <p>This will show filter from <b>two columns</b> only(col1 and col2) . Not from all. Whatever columns you add into filter array they
   will be searched. all columns will be used by default if you use <b>filter: vm.searchText</b></p>
  </body>
</html>

controller

// Code goes here
(function(){

  var myApp = angular.module('myApp',['angular.filter']);

  myApp.controller('myCtrl', function($scope){
    var vm= this;
    vm.x = 20;

    vm.tableData = [
      {
        col1: 'Ashok',
        col2: 'Tewatia',
        col3: '12'
      },{
        col1: 'Babita',
        col2: 'Malik',
        col3: '34'
      },{
        col1: 'Dinesh',
        col2: 'Tewatia',
        col3: '56'
      },{
        col1: 'Sabita',
        col2: 'Malik',
        col3: '78'
      }
      ];
  })

})();

Transform char array into String

Three years later, I ran into the same problem. Here's my solution, everybody feel free to cut-n-paste. The simplest things keep us up all night! Running on an ATMega, and Adafruit Feather M0:

void setup() {
  // turn on Serial so we can see...
  Serial.begin(9600);

  // the culprit:
  uint8_t my_str[6];    // an array big enough for a 5 character string

  // give it something so we can see what it's doing
  my_str[0] = 'H';
  my_str[1] = 'e';
  my_str[2] = 'l';
  my_str[3] = 'l';
  my_str[4] = 'o';
  my_str[5] = 0;  // be sure to set the null terminator!!!

  // can we see it?
  Serial.println((char*)my_str);

  // can we do logical operations with it as-is?
  Serial.println((char*)my_str == 'Hello');

  // okay, it can't; wrong data type (and no terminator!), so let's do this:
  String str((char*)my_str);

  // can we see it now?
  Serial.println(str);

  // make comparisons
  Serial.println(str == 'Hello');

  // one more time just because
  Serial.println(str == "Hello");

  // one last thing...!
  Serial.println(sizeof(str));
}

void loop() {
  // nothing
}

And we get:

Hello    // as expected
0        // no surprise; wrong data type and no terminator in comparison value
Hello    // also, as expected
1        // YAY!
1        // YAY!
6        // as expected

Hope this helps someone!

Initializing a two dimensional std::vector

Suppose you want to initialize a two dimensional integer vector with n rows and m column each having value 'VAL'

Write it as

std::vector<vector<int>> arr(n, vector<int>(m,VAL));

This VAL can be a integer type variable or constant such as 100

Remove Unnamed columns in pandas dataframe

df = df.loc[:, ~df.columns.str.contains('^Unnamed')]

In [162]: df
Out[162]:
   colA  ColB  colC  colD  colE  colF  colG
0    44    45    26    26    40    26    46
1    47    16    38    47    48    22    37
2    19    28    36    18    40    18    46
3    50    14    12    33    12    44    23
4    39    47    16    42    33    48    38

if the first column in the CSV file has index values, then you can do this instead:

df = pd.read_csv('data.csv', index_col=0)

Android ADB device offline, can't issue commands

One more possibility for people with flaky ADB connections, and if they're on a Mac and have Android File Transfer installed: I found that file transfer was interfering with my ADB connection, causing it to stop working intermittently.

Killing the Android File Transfer Agent.app process that looks for compatible devices (for example, the Nexus 7) being connected to the Mac cures the flakiness for me.

Mock functions in Go

I would do something like,

Main

var getPage = get_page
func get_page (...

func downloader() {
    dl_slots = make(chan bool, DL_SLOT_AMOUNT) // Init the download slot semaphore
    content := getPage(BASE_URL)
    links_regexp := regexp.MustCompile(LIST_LINK_REGEXP)
    matches := links_regexp.FindAllStringSubmatch(content, -1)
    for _, match := range matches{
        go serie_dl(match[1], match[2])
    }
}

Test

func TestDownloader (t *testing.T) {
    origGetPage := getPage
    getPage = mock_get_page
    defer func() {getPage = origGatePage}()
    // The rest to be written
}

// define mock_get_page and rest of the codes
func mock_get_page (....

And I would avoid _ in golang. Better use camelCase

how to calculate percentage in python

Percent calculation that worked for me:

(new_num - old_num) / old_num * 100.0

What MIME type should I use for CSV?

My users are allowed to upload CSV files and text/csv and application/csv did not appear by now. These are the ones identified through finfo():

text/plain
text/x-csv

And these are the ones transmitted through the browser:

text/plain
application/vnd.ms-excel
text/x-csv

The following types did not appear, but could:

application/csv
application/x-csv
text/csv
text/comma-separated-values
text/x-comma-separated-values
text/tab-separated-values

Select first 4 rows of a data.frame in R

In case someone is interested in dplyr solution, it's very intuitive:

dt <- dt %>%
  slice(1:4)

Private pages for a private Github repo

There is an article with a working idea on how to request oAuth authorization before loading static content dynamically:

Securing Site That Runs on Github Pages With JSON Backend In Private Repository

Content should be stored in a secret GitHub repository with a viewer having read access to it. GitHub pages stores only the serving JS code.

How to list npm user-installed packages?

You can get a list of all globally installed modules using:

ls `npm root -g`

How to set a header in an HTTP response?

In my Controller, I merely added an HttpServletResponse parameter and manually added the headers, no filter or intercept required and it works fine:

httpServletResponse.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*");
httpServletResponse.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Methods", "GET, OPTIONS");
httpServletResponse.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Headers","Origin, X-Requested-With, Content-Type, Accept, X-Auth-Token, X-Csrf-Token, WWW-Authenticate, Authorization");
httpServletResponse.setHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Credentials", "false");
httpServletResponse.setHeader("Access-Control-Max-Age", "3600");

Android: Creating a Circular TextView?

1.Create an xml circle_text_bg.xml in your res/drawable folder with the code below

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" >
     <solid android:color="#fff" />

    <stroke
        android:width="1dp"
        android:color="#98AFC7" />
    <corners
         android:bottomLeftRadius="50dp"
         android:bottomRightRadius="50dp"
         android:topLeftRadius="50dp"
         android:topRightRadius="50dp" />
    <size
         android:height="20dp"
         android:width="20dp" />
</shape>

2.Use circle_text_bg as the background for your textview. NB: In order to get a perfect circle your textview height and width should be the same.Preview of what your textview with text 1, 2, 3 with this background should look like this

Check Postgres access for a user

Use this to list Grantee too and remove (PG_monitor and Public) for Postgres PaaS Azure.

SELECT grantee,table_catalog, table_schema, table_name, privilege_type
FROM   information_schema.table_privileges 
WHERE  grantee not in ('pg_monitor','PUBLIC');

What's the difference between using "let" and "var"?

The difference is in the scope of the variables declared with each.

In practice, there are a number of useful consequences of the difference in scope:

  1. let variables are only visible in their nearest enclosing block ({ ... }).
  2. let variables are only usable in lines of code that occur after the variable is declared (even though they are hoisted!).
  3. let variables may not be redeclared by a subsequent var or let.
  4. Global let variables are not added to the global window object.
  5. let variables are easy to use with closures (they do not cause race conditions).

The restrictions imposed by let reduce the visibility of the variables and increase the likelihood that unexpected name collisions will be found early. This makes it easier to track and reason about variables, including their reachability(helping with reclaiming unused memory).

Consequently, let variables are less likely to cause problems when used in large programs or when independently-developed frameworks are combined in new and unexpected ways.

var may still be useful if you are sure you want the single-binding effect when using a closure in a loop (#5) or for declaring externally-visible global variables in your code (#4). Use of var for exports may be supplanted if export migrates out of transpiler space and into the core language.

Examples

1. No use outside nearest enclosing block: This block of code will throw a reference error because the second use of x occurs outside of the block where it is declared with let:

{
    let x = 1;
}
console.log(`x is ${x}`);  // ReferenceError during parsing: "x is not defined".

In contrast, the same example with var works.

2. No use before declaration:
This block of code will throw a ReferenceError before the code can be run because x is used before it is declared:

{
    x = x + 1;  // ReferenceError during parsing: "x is not defined".
    let x;
    console.log(`x is ${x}`);  // Never runs.
}

In contrast, the same example with var parses and runs without throwing any exceptions.

3. No redeclaration: The following code demonstrates that a variable declared with let may not be redeclared later:

let x = 1;
let x = 2;  // SyntaxError: Identifier 'x' has already been declared

4. Globals not attached to window:

var button = "I cause accidents because my name is too common.";
let link = "Though my name is common, I am harder to access from other JS files.";
console.log(link);  // OK
console.log(window.link);  // undefined (GOOD!)
console.log(window.button);  // OK

5. Easy use with closures: Variables declared with var do not work well with closures inside loops. Here is a simple loop that outputs the sequence of values that the variable i has at different points in time:

for (let i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
    console.log(`i is ${i}`), 125/*ms*/);
}

Specifically, this outputs:

i is 0
i is 1
i is 2
i is 3
i is 4

In JavaScript we often use variables at a significantly later time than when they are created. When we demonstrate this by delaying the output with a closure passed to setTimeout:

for (let i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
    setTimeout(_ => console.log(`i is ${i}`), 125/*ms*/);
}

... the output remains unchanged as long as we stick with let. In contrast, if we had used var i instead:

for (var i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
    setTimeout(_ => console.log(`i is ${i}`), 125/*ms*/);
}

... the loop unexpectedly outputs "i is 5" five times:

i is 5
i is 5
i is 5
i is 5
i is 5

Difference between window.location.href, window.location.replace and window.location.assign

The part about not being able to use the Back button is a common misinterpretation. window.location.replace(URL) throws out the top ONE entry from the page history list, by overwriting it with the new entry, so the user can't easily go Back to that ONE particular webpage. The function does NOT wipe out the entire page history list, nor does it make the Back button completely non-functional.

(NO function nor combination of parameters that I know of can change or overwrite history list entries that you don't own absolutely for certain - browsers generally impelement this security limitation by simply not even defining any operation that might at all affect any entry other than the top one in the page history list. I shudder to think what sorts of dastardly things malware might do if such a function existed.)

If you really want to make the Back button non-functional (probably not "user friendly": think again if that's really what you want to do), "open" a brand new window. (You can "open" a popup that doesn't even have a "Back" button too ...but popups aren't very popular these days:-) If you want to keep your page showing no matter what the user does (again the "user friendliness" is questionable), set up a window.onunload handler that just reloads your page all over again clear from the very beginning every time.

Passing variable number of arguments around

To pass the ellipses on, you have to convert them to a va_list and use that va_list in your second function. Specifically;

void format_string(char *fmt,va_list argptr, char *formatted_string);


void debug_print(int dbg_lvl, char *fmt, ...) 
{    
 char formatted_string[MAX_FMT_SIZE];

 va_list argptr;
 va_start(argptr,fmt);
 format_string(fmt, argptr, formatted_string);
 va_end(argptr);
 fprintf(stdout, "%s",formatted_string);
}

Angular expression if array contains

You shouldn't overload the templates with complex logic, it's a bad practice. Remember to always keep it simple!

The better approach would be to extract this logic into reusable function on your $rootScope:

.run(function ($rootScope) {
  $rootScope.inArray = function (item, array) {
    return (-1 !== array.indexOf(item));
  };
})

Then, use it in your template:

<li ng-class="{approved: inArray(jobSet, selectedForApproval)}"></li>

I think everyone will agree that this example is much more readable and maintainable.

javascript how to create a validation error message without using alert

I would strongly suggest you start using jQuery. Your code would look like:

$(function() {
    $('form[name="myform"]').submit(function(e) {
        var username = $('form[name="myform"] input[name="username"]').val();
        if ( username == '') {
            e.preventDefault();
            $('#errors').text('*Please enter a username*');
        }
    });
});

How do I test if a recordSet is empty? isNull?

A simple way is to write it:

Dim rs As Object
Set rs = Me.Recordset.Clone
If Me.Recordset.RecordCount = 0 then 'checks for number of records
   msgbox "There is no records" 
End if

How to send/receive SOAP request and response using C#?

The urls are different.

  • http://localhost/AccountSvc/DataInquiry.asmx

vs.

  • /acctinqsvc/portfolioinquiry.asmx

Resolve this issue first, as if the web server cannot resolve the URL you are attempting to POST to, you won't even begin to process the actions described by your request.

You should only need to create the WebRequest to the ASMX root URL, ie: http://localhost/AccountSvc/DataInquiry.asmx, and specify the desired method/operation in the SOAPAction header.

The SOAPAction header values are different.

  • http://localhost/AccountSvc/DataInquiry.asmx/ + methodName

vs.

  • http://tempuri.org/GetMyName

You should be able to determine the correct SOAPAction by going to the correct ASMX URL and appending ?wsdl

There should be a <soap:operation> tag underneath the <wsdl:operation> tag that matches the operation you are attempting to execute, which appears to be GetMyName.

There is no XML declaration in the request body that includes your SOAP XML.

You specify text/xml in the ContentType of your HttpRequest and no charset. Perhaps these default to us-ascii, but there's no telling if you aren't specifying them!

The SoapUI created XML includes an XML declaration that specifies an encoding of utf-8, which also matches the Content-Type provided to the HTTP request which is: text/xml; charset=utf-8

Hope that helps!

CKEditor automatically strips classes from div

Disabling content filtering

The easiest solution is going to the config.js and setting:

config.allowedContent = true;

(Remember to clear browser's cache). Then CKEditor stops filtering the inputted content at all. However, this will totally disable content filtering which is one of the most important CKEditor features.

Configuring content filtering

You can also configure CKEditor's content filter more precisely to allow only these element, classes, styles and attributes which you need. This solution is much better, because CKEditor will still remove a lot of crappy HTML which browsers produce when copying and pasting content, but it will not strip the content you want.

For example, you can extend the default CKEditor's configuration to accept all div classes:

config.extraAllowedContent = 'div(*)';

Or some Bootstrap stuff:

config.extraAllowedContent = 'div(col-md-*,container-fluid,row)';

Or you can allow description lists with optional dir attributes for dt and dd elements:

config.extraAllowedContent = 'dl; dt dd[dir]';

These were just very basic examples. You can write all kind of rules - requiring attributes, classes or styles, matching only special elements, matching all elements. You can also disallow stuff and totally redefine CKEditor's rules. Read more about:

PDO::__construct(): Server sent charset (255) unknown to the client. Please, report to the developers

My case was that i was using RDS (mysql db verion 8) of AWS and was connecting my application through EC2 (my php code 5.6 was in EC2).

Here in this case since it is RDS there is no my.cnf the parameters are maintained by PARAMETER Group of AWS. Refer: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonRDS/latest/UserGuide/USER_WorkingWithParamGroups.html

so what i did was:

  1. Created a new Parameter group and then edited them.

  2. Searched all character-set parameters. These are blank by default. edit them individually and select utf8 from drop down list.

character_set_client, character_set_connection, character_set_database, character_set_server

  1. SAVE

And then most important, Rebooted RDS instance.

This has solved my problem and connection from php5.6 to mysql 8.x was working great.

hope this helps.

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How to position a DIV in a specific coordinates?

Script its left and top properties as the number of pixels from the left edge and top edge respectively. It must have position: absolute;

var d = document.getElementById('yourDivId');
d.style.position = "absolute";
d.style.left = x_pos+'px';
d.style.top = y_pos+'px';

Or do it as a function so you can attach it to an event like onmousedown

function placeDiv(x_pos, y_pos) {
  var d = document.getElementById('yourDivId');
  d.style.position = "absolute";
  d.style.left = x_pos+'px';
  d.style.top = y_pos+'px';
}

Convert NaN to 0 in javascript

You can do this:

a = a || 0

...which will convert a from any "falsey" value to 0.

The "falsey" values are:

  • false
  • null
  • undefined
  • 0
  • "" ( empty string )
  • NaN ( Not a Number )

Or this if you prefer:

a = a ? a : 0;

...which will have the same effect as above.


If the intent was to test for more than just NaN, then you can do the same, but do a toNumber conversion first.

a = +a || 0

This uses the unary + operator to try to convert a to a number. This has the added benefit of converting things like numeric strings '123' to a number.

The only unexpected thing may be if someone passes an Array that can successfully be converted to a number:

+['123']  // 123

Here we have an Array that has a single member that is a numeric string. It will be successfully converted to a number.

numpy: most efficient frequency counts for unique values in an array

some thing like this should do it:

#create 100 random numbers
arr = numpy.random.random_integers(0,50,100)

#create a dictionary of the unique values
d = dict([(i,0) for i in numpy.unique(arr)])
for number in arr:
    d[j]+=1   #increment when that value is found

Also, this previous post on Efficiently counting unique elements seems pretty similar to your question, unless I'm missing something.

XML Serialize generic list of serializable objects

I have an solution for a generic List<> with dynamic binded items.

class PersonalList it's the root element

[XmlRoot("PersonenListe")]
[XmlInclude(typeof(Person))] // include type class Person
public class PersonalList
{
    [XmlArray("PersonenArray")]
    [XmlArrayItem("PersonObjekt")]
    public List<Person> Persons = new List<Person>();

    [XmlElement("Listname")]
    public string Listname { get; set; }

    // Konstruktoren 
    public PersonalList() { }

    public PersonalList(string name)
    {
        this.Listname = name;
    }

    public void AddPerson(Person person)
    {
        Persons.Add(person);
    }
}

class Person it's an single list element

[XmlType("Person")] // define Type
[XmlInclude(typeof(SpecialPerson)), XmlInclude(typeof(SuperPerson))]  
        // include type class SpecialPerson and class SuperPerson
public class Person
{
    [XmlAttribute("PersID", DataType = "string")]
    public string ID { get; set; }

    [XmlElement("Name")]
    public string Name { get; set; }

    [XmlElement("City")]
    public string City { get; set; }

    [XmlElement("Age")]
    public int Age { get; set; }

    // Konstruktoren 
    public Person() { }

    public Person(string name, string city, int age, string id)
    {
        this.Name = name;
        this.City = city;
        this.Age = age;
        this.ID = id;
    }
}

class SpecialPerson inherits Person

[XmlType("SpecialPerson")] // define Type
public class SpecialPerson : Person
{
    [XmlElement("SpecialInterests")]
    public string Interests { get; set; }

    public SpecialPerson() { }

    public SpecialPerson(string name, string city, int age, string id, string interests)
    {
        this.Name = name;
        this.City = city;
        this.Age = age;
        this.ID = id;
        this.Interests = interests;
    }
}

class SuperPerson inherits Person

[XmlType("SuperPerson")] // define Type
public class SuperPerson : Person
{
    [XmlArray("Skills")]
    [XmlArrayItem("Skill")]
    public List<String> Skills { get; set; }

    [XmlElement("Alias")]
    public string Alias { get; set; }

    public SuperPerson() 
    {
        Skills = new List<String>();
    }

    public SuperPerson(string name, string city, int age, string id, string[] skills, string alias)
    {
        Skills = new List<String>();

        this.Name = name;
        this.City = city;
        this.Age = age;
        this.ID = id;
        foreach (string item in skills)
        {
            this.Skills.Add(item);   
        }
        this.Alias = alias;
    }
}

and the main test Source

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    PersonalList personen = new PersonalList(); 
    personen.Listname = "Friends";

    // normal person
    Person normPerson = new Person();
    normPerson.ID = "0";
    normPerson.Name = "Max Man";
    normPerson.City = "Capitol City";
    normPerson.Age = 33;

    // special person
    SpecialPerson specPerson = new SpecialPerson();
    specPerson.ID = "1";
    specPerson.Name = "Albert Einstein";
    specPerson.City = "Ulm";
    specPerson.Age = 36;
    specPerson.Interests = "Physics";

    // super person
    SuperPerson supPerson = new SuperPerson();
    supPerson.ID = "2";
    supPerson.Name = "Superman";
    supPerson.Alias = "Clark Kent";
    supPerson.City = "Metropolis";
    supPerson.Age = int.MaxValue;
    supPerson.Skills.Add("fly");
    supPerson.Skills.Add("strong");

    // Add Persons
    personen.AddPerson(normPerson);
    personen.AddPerson(specPerson);
    personen.AddPerson(supPerson);

    // Serialize 
    Type[] personTypes = { typeof(Person), typeof(SpecialPerson), typeof(SuperPerson) };
    XmlSerializer serializer = new XmlSerializer(typeof(PersonalList), personTypes); 
    FileStream fs = new FileStream("Personenliste.xml", FileMode.Create); 
    serializer.Serialize(fs, personen); 
    fs.Close(); 
    personen = null;

    // Deserialize 
    fs = new FileStream("Personenliste.xml", FileMode.Open); 
    personen = (PersonalList)serializer.Deserialize(fs); 
    serializer.Serialize(Console.Out, personen);
    Console.ReadLine();
}

Important is the definition and includes of the diffrent types.

How to write unit testing for Angular / TypeScript for private methods with Jasmine

The answer by Aaron is the best and is working for me :) I would vote it up but sadly I can't (missing reputation).

I've to say testing private methods is the only way to use them and have clean code on the other side.

For example:

class Something {
  save(){
    const data = this.getAllUserData()
    if (this.validate(data))
      this.sendRequest(data)
  }
  private getAllUserData () {...}
  private validate(data) {...}
  private sendRequest(data) {...}
}

It' makes a lot of sense to not test all these methods at once because we would need to mock out those private methods, which we can't mock out because we can't access them. This means we need a lot of configuration for a unit test to test this as a whole.

This said the best way to test the method above with all dependencies is an end to end test, because here an integration test is needed, but the E2E test won't help you if you are practicing TDD (Test Driven Development), but testing any method will.

Change background of LinearLayout in Android

LinearLayout li=(LinearLayout)findViewById(R.id.layoutid);

setting the background color fro ur layout.

li.setBackgroundColor(Color.parseColor("#ffff00"));

this is to set the image which u can store in drawable folder

li.setBackgroundDrawable(drwableItem);

some resource for display purpose animation or img

li.setBackgroundResource(R.id.bckResource);

Best way to convert pdf files to tiff files

I wrote a little powershell script to go through a directory structure and convert all pdf files to tiff files using ghostscript. Here is my script:

$tool = 'C:\Program Files\gs\gs8.63\bin\gswin32c.exe'
$pdfs = get-childitem . -recurse | where {$_.Extension -match "pdf"}

foreach($pdf in $pdfs)
{

    $tiff = $pdf.FullName.split('.')[0] + '.tiff'
    if(test-path $tiff)
    {
        "tiff file already exists " + $tiff
    }
    else        
    {   
        'Processing ' + $pdf.Name        
        $param = "-sOutputFile=$tiff"
        & $tool -q -dNOPAUSE -sDEVICE=tiffg4 $param -r300 $pdf.FullName -c quit
    }
}

How to set entire application in portrait mode only?

Add android:screenOrientation="portrait" to the activity in the AndroidManifest.xml. For example:

<activity android:name=".SomeActivity"
    android:label="@string/app_name"
    android:screenOrientation="portrait">

Conditionally formatting if multiple cells are blank (no numerics throughout spreadsheet )

enter image description here

How about just > Format only cells that contain - in the drop down box select Blanks

How to compare two lists in python?

From your post I gather that you want to compare dates, not arrays. If this is the case, then use the appropriate object: a datetime object.

Please check the documentation for the datetime module. Dates are a tough cookie. Use reliable algorithms.

Get img thumbnails from Vimeo?

Decomposing Karthikeyan P's answer so it can be used in a wider array of scenarios:

// Requires jQuery

function parseVimeoIdFromUrl(vimeoUrl) {
  var match = /vimeo.*\/(\d+)/i.exec(vimeoUrl);
  if (match)
    return match[1];

  return null;
};

function getVimeoThumbUrl(vimeoId) {
  var deferred = $.Deferred();
  $.ajax(
    '//www.vimeo.com/api/v2/video/' + vimeoId + '.json',
    {
        dataType: 'jsonp',
        cache: true
    }
  )
  .done(function (data) {
    // .thumbnail_small 100x75
    // .thumbnail_medium 200x150
    // 640 wide
        var img = data[0].thumbnail_large;
        deferred.resolve(img);  
    })
  .fail(function(a, b, c) {
    deferred.reject(a, b, c);
  });
  return deferred;
};

Usage

Get a Vimeo Id from a Vimeo video URL:

var vimeoId = parseVimeoIdFromUrl(vimeoUrl);

Get a vimeo thumbnail URL from a Vimeo Id:

getVimeoThumbUrl(vimeoIds[0])
.done(function(img) {
    $('div').append('<img src="' + img + '"/>');
});

https://jsfiddle.net/b9chris/nm8L8cc8/1/

TypeError: cannot perform reduce with flexible type

It looks like your 'trainData' is a list of strings:

['-214' '-153' '-58' ..., '36' '191' '-37']

Change your 'trainData' to a numeric type.

 import numpy as np
 np.array(['1','2','3']).astype(np.float)

How can I tell how many objects I've stored in an S3 bucket?

There is a --summarize switch which includes bucket summary information (i.e. number of objects, total size).

Here's the correct answer using AWS cli:

aws s3 ls s3://bucketName/path/ --recursive --summarize | grep "Total Objects:"

Total Objects: 194273

See the documentation

java doesn't run if structure inside of onclick listener

both your conditions are the same:

if(s < f) {     calc = f - s;     n = s; }else if(f > s){     calc =  s - f;     n = f;  } 

so

if(s < f)   

and

}else if(f > s){ 

are the same

change to

}else if(f < s){ 

How to set menu to Toolbar in Android

Here is a fuller answer as a reference to future visitors. I usually use a support toolbar but it works just as well either way.

enter image description here

1. Make a menu xml

This is going to be in res/menu/main_menu.

  • Right click the res folder and choose New > Android Resource File.
  • Type main_menu for the File name.
  • Choose Menu for the Resource type.

Paste in the following content as a starter.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto">
    <item
        android:id="@+id/action_add"
        android:icon="@drawable/ic_add"
        app:showAsAction="ifRoom"
        android:title="Add">
    </item>
    <item
        android:id="@+id/action_settings"
        app:showAsAction="never"
        android:title="Settings">
    </item>
</menu>

You can right click res and choose New image asset to create the ic_add icon.

2. Inflate the menu

In your activity add the following method.

@Override
public boolean onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu) {
    getMenuInflater().inflate(R.menu.main_menu, menu);
    return true;
}

3. Handle menu clicks

Also in your Activity, add the following method:

@Override
public boolean onOptionsItemSelected(MenuItem item) {
    // Handle item selection
    switch (item.getItemId()) {
        case R.id.action_add:
            addSomething();
            return true;
        case R.id.action_settings:
            startSettings();
            return true;
        default:
            return super.onOptionsItemSelected(item);
    }
}

Further reading

jquery background-color change on focus and blur

Even easier, just CSS can resolve the problem:

input[type="text"], input[type="password"], textarea, select { 
    width: 200px;
    border: 1px solid;
    border-color: #C0C0C0 #E4E4E4 #E4E4E4 #C0C0C0;
    background: #FFF;
    padding: 8px 5px;
    font: 16px Arial, Tahoma, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 5px #C0C0C0;
    -moz-border-radius: 5px;
    -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 5px #C0C0C0;
    -webkit-border-radius: 5px;
    box-shadow: 0 0 5px #C0C0C0;
    border-radius: 5px;
}
input[type="text"]:focus, input[type="password"]:focus, textarea:focus, select:focus { 
    border-color: #B6D5F7 #B6D5F7 #B6D5F7 #B6D5F7;
    outline: none;
    -moz-box-shadow: 0 0 10px #B6D5F7;
    -webkit-box-shadow: 0 0 10px #B6D5F7;
    box-shadow: 0 0 10px #B6D5F7;
}

How do I truncate a .NET string?

Taking @CaffGeek and simplifying it:

public static string Truncate(this string value, int maxLength)
    {
        return string.IsNullOrEmpty(value) ? value : value.Substring(0, Math.Min(value.Length, maxLength));
    }

Which version of C# am I using

Here is an overview of how the .NET framework and compiler versions are related, set and modified. Each project has a target .NET framework version(s), for example version 3.x or 2.x . The .NET framework contains the run time types and components.

The Visual Studio version installation and the .NET framework version determine the compatible c# language version and compiler options that can be used. The default c# version and options used in a Visual Studio project is the latest language version installed that is compatible with the .NET framework version being used.

To view or update the Framework or C# language within a project within Visual Studio 2011:

  • right click the project within Solution Explorer and select Properties
  • select 'Application' in the left navigation pane. Under Target framework: is the .NET framework version. Select the down arrow to see all available framework versions.

  • select 'Build' in the left navigation pane. In the 'General' section of the pane next to 'Language Version:' is the c# compiler language version being used, for example 'default' or c# 5.0

  • select the down arrow in the 'Language Version:" dropdown to see all available language versions. If 'default' is the c# version being used, the latest compatible c# language version will be used.

To see the exact compiler language version for 'default', enter the following in the developer command prompt for your installed Visual Studio version. For example, from the Windows Start icon select icon: "Developer Command Prompt for VS2011' and enter:

csc -langversion:Default

Microsoft (R) Visual C# Compiler version 4.7.3062.0 for c# 5

Convert a binary NodeJS Buffer to JavaScript ArrayBuffer

NodeJS, at one point (I think it was v0.6.x) had ArrayBuffer support. I created a small library for base64 encoding and decoding here, but since updating to v0.7, the tests (on NodeJS) fail. I'm thinking of creating something that normalizes this, but till then, I suppose Node's native Buffer should be used.

How to implement Android Pull-to-Refresh

Note there are UX issues to contend with when implementing on Android and WP.

"A great indicator for why designers/devs should not implement pull-to-refresh in the style iOS apps do is how Google and their teams never use pull-to-refresh on Android while they do use it in iOS. "

https://plus.google.com/109453683460749241197/posts/eqYxXR8L4eb

How to add a default include path for GCC in Linux?

Create an alias for gcc with your favorite includes.

alias mygcc='gcc -I /whatever/'

Include CSS,javascript file in Yii Framework

Add the CSS and JS in The Layout Folder.Access anywhere in the project

  <!--// Stylesheets //-->
    <?php
        $themepath=Yii::app()->theme->baseUrl;
        Yii::app()->clientScript->registerCoreScript("jquery");
    ?>

        <link href="<?php echo $themepath."/css/custom.css"; ?>" rel="stylesheet" media="all" />


<!--// Javascript //-->
<?php Yii::app()->clientScript->registerCoreScript("jquery"); ?>
</script> -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="<?php echo $themepath; ?>/js/video.min.js"></script>

Using app.config in .Net Core

To get started with dotnet core, SqlServer and EF core the below DBContextOptionsBuilder would sufice and you do not need to create App.config file. Do not forget to change the sever address and database name in the below code.

protected override void OnConfiguring(DbContextOptionsBuilder options)
        => options.UseSqlServer(@"Server=(localdb)\MSSQLLocalDB;Database=TestDB;Trusted_Connection=True;");

To use the EF core SqlServer provider and compile the above code install the EF SqlServer package

dotnet add package Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.SqlServer

After compilation before running the code do the following for the first time

dotnet tool install --global dotnet-ef
dotnet add package Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Design
dotnet ef migrations add InitialCreate
dotnet ef database update

To run the code

dotnet run

Using subprocess to run Python script on Windows

For example, to execute following with command prompt or BATCH file we can use this:

C:\Python27\python.exe "C:\Program files(x86)\dev_appserver.py" --host 0.0.0.0 --post 8080 "C:\blabla\"

Same thing to do with Python, we can do this:

subprocess.Popen(['C:/Python27/python.exe', 'C:\\Program files(x86)\\dev_appserver.py', '--host', '0.0.0.0', '--port', '8080', 'C:\\blabla'], shell=True)

or

subprocess.Popen(['C:/Python27/python.exe', 'C:/Program files(x86)/dev_appserver.py', '--host', '0.0.0.0', '--port', '8080', 'C:/blabla'], shell=True)

Switching the order of block elements with CSS

Possible in CSS3: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-writing-modes/#writing-mode

Why not change the orders of the tags? Your HTML page isn't made out of stone, are they?

Javascript: How to generate formatted easy-to-read JSON straight from an object?

JSON.stringify takes more optional arguments.

Try:

 JSON.stringify({a:1,b:2,c:{d:1,e:[1,2]}}, null, 4); // Indented 4 spaces
 JSON.stringify({a:1,b:2,c:{d:1,e:[1,2]}}, null, "\t"); // Indented with tab

From:

How can I beautify JSON programmatically?

Should work in modern browsers, and it is included in json2.js if you need a fallback for browsers that don't support the JSON helper functions. For display purposes, put the output in a <pre> tag to get newlines to show.

Decoding and verifying JWT token using System.IdentityModel.Tokens.Jwt

I am just wondering why to use some libraries for JWT token decoding and verification at all.

Encoded JWT token can be created using following pseudocode

var headers = base64URLencode(myHeaders);
var claims = base64URLencode(myClaims);
var payload = header + "." + claims;

var signature = base64URLencode(HMACSHA256(payload, secret));

var encodedJWT = payload + "." + signature;

It is very easy to do without any specific library. Using following code:

using System;
using System.Text;
using System.Security.Cryptography;

public class Program
{   
    // More info: https://stormpath.com/blog/jwt-the-right-way/
    public static void Main()
    {           
        var header = "{\"typ\":\"JWT\",\"alg\":\"HS256\"}";
        var claims = "{\"sub\":\"1047986\",\"email\":\"[email protected]\",\"given_name\":\"John\",\"family_name\":\"Doe\",\"primarysid\":\"b521a2af99bfdc65e04010ac1d046ff5\",\"iss\":\"http://example.com\",\"aud\":\"myapp\",\"exp\":1460555281,\"nbf\":1457963281}";

        var b64header = Convert.ToBase64String(Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(header))
            .Replace('+', '-')
            .Replace('/', '_')
            .Replace("=", "");
        var b64claims = Convert.ToBase64String(Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(claims))
            .Replace('+', '-')
            .Replace('/', '_')
            .Replace("=", "");

        var payload = b64header + "." + b64claims;
        Console.WriteLine("JWT without sig:    " + payload);

        byte[] key = Convert.FromBase64String("mPorwQB8kMDNQeeYO35KOrMMFn6rFVmbIohBphJPnp4=");
        byte[] message = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(payload);

        string sig = Convert.ToBase64String(HashHMAC(key, message))
            .Replace('+', '-')
            .Replace('/', '_')
            .Replace("=", "");

        Console.WriteLine("JWT with signature: " + payload + "." + sig);        
    }

    private static byte[] HashHMAC(byte[] key, byte[] message)
    {
        var hash = new HMACSHA256(key);
        return hash.ComputeHash(message);
    }
}

The token decoding is reversed version of the code above.To verify the signature you will need to the same and compare signature part with calculated signature.

UPDATE: For those how are struggling how to do base64 urlsafe encoding/decoding please see another SO question, and also wiki and RFCs

OPENSSL file_get_contents(): Failed to enable crypto

Had same problem - it was somewhere in the ca certificate, so I used the ca bundle used for curl, and it worked. You can download the curl ca bundle here: https://curl.haxx.se/docs/caextract.html

For encryption and security issues see this helpful article:
https://www.venditan.com/labs/2014/06/26/ssl-and-php-streams-part-1-you-are-doing-it-wrongtm/432

Here is the example:

    $url = 'https://www.example.com/api/list';
    $cn_match = 'www.example.com';

    $data = array (     
        'apikey' => '[example api key here]',               
        'limit' => intval($limit),
        'offset' => intval($offset)
        );

    // use key 'http' even if you send the request to https://...
    $options = array(
        'http' => array(
            'header'  => "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded\r\n",
            'method'  => 'POST',                
            'content' => http_build_query($data)                
            )
        , 'ssl' => array(
            'verify_peer' => true,
            'cafile' => [path to file] . "cacert.pem",
            'ciphers' => 'HIGH:TLSv1.2:TLSv1.1:TLSv1.0:!SSLv3:!SSLv2',
            'CN_match' => $cn_match,
            'disable_compression' => true,
            )
        );

    $context  = stream_context_create($options);
    $response = file_get_contents($url, false, $context);

Hope that helps

Proper way to wait for one function to finish before continuing?

I wonder why no one have mentioned this simple pattern? :

(function(next) {
  //do something
  next()
}(function() {
  //do some more
}))

Using timeouts just for blindly waiting is bad practice; and involving promises just adds more complexity to the code. In OP's case:

(function(next) {
  for(i=0;i<x;i++){
    // do something
    if (i==x-1) next()
  }
}(function() {
  // now wait for firstFunction to finish...
  // do something else
}))

a small demo -> http://jsfiddle.net/5jdeb93r/

How can I rebuild indexes and update stats in MySQL innoDB?

You can also use the provided CLI tool mysqlcheck to run the optimizations. It's got a ton of switches but at its most basic you just pass in the database, username, and password.

Adding this to cron or the Windows Scheduler can make this an automated process. (MariaDB but basically the same thing.)

Change link color of the current page with CSS

You do not need jQuery just to do this! All you need is a tiny and very light vanilla Javascript and a css class (as in all the answers above) :

  • First define a CSS class in your stylesheet called current.

  • Second add the following pure JavaScript either in your existing JavaScript file or in a separate js script file (but add script tage link to it in the head of the pages) or event just add it in a script tag just before the closing body tag, it will still work in all these cases.



    function highlightCurrent() {
         const curPage = document.URL;
         const links = document.getElementsByTagName('a');
         for (let link of links) {
           if (link.href == curPage) {
             link.classList.add("current");
           }
         }
       }


       document.onreadystatechange = () => {
         if (document.readyState === 'complete') {
           highlightCurrent()
         }
       };

The 'href' attribute of current link should be the absolute path as given by document.URL (console.log it to make sure it is the same)

What is the maximum length of a valid email address?

According to the below article:

http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3696 (Page 6, Section 3)

It's mentioned that:

"There is a length limit on email addresses. That limit is a maximum of 64 characters (octets) in the "local part" (before the "@") and a maximum of 255 characters (octets) in the domain part (after the "@") for a total length of 320 characters. Systems that handle email should be prepared to process addresses which are that long, even though they are rarely encountered."

So, the maximum total length for an email address is 320 characters ("local part": 64 + "@": 1 + "domain part": 255 which sums to 320)

How can I specify system properties in Tomcat configuration on startup?

Generally you shouldn't rely on system properties to configure a webapp - they may be used to configure the container (e.g. Tomcat) but not an application running inside tomcat.

cliff.meyers has already mentioned the way you should rather use for your webapplication. That's the standard way, that also fits your question of being configurable through context.xml or server.xml means.

That said, should you really need system properties or other jvm options (like max memory settings) in tomcat, you should create a file named "bin/setenv.sh" or "bin/setenv.bat". These files do not exist in the standard archive that you download, but if they are present, the content is executed during startup (if you start tomcat via startup.sh/startup.bat). This is a nice way to separate your own settings from the standard tomcat settings and makes updates so much easier. No need to tweak startup.sh or catalina.sh.

(If you execute tomcat as windows servive, you usually use tomcat5w.exe, tomcat6w.exe etc. to configure the registry settings for the service.)

EDIT: Also, another possibility is to go for JNDI Resources.

How can I export Excel files using JavaScript?

If you can generate the Excel file on the server, that is probably the best way. With Excel you can add formatting and get the output to look better. Several Excel options have already been mentioned. If you have a PHP backend, you might consider phpExcel.

If you are trying to do everything on the client in javascript, I don't think Excel is an option. You could create a CSV file and create a data URL to allow the user to download it.

I created a JSFiddle to demonstrate: http://jsfiddle.net/5KRf6/3/

This javascript (assuming you are using jQuery) will take the values out of input boxes in a table and build a CSV formatted string:

var csv = "";
$("table").find("tr").each(function () {
    var sep = "";
    $(this).find("input").each(function () {
        csv += sep + $(this).val();
        sep = ",";
    });
    csv += "\n";
});

If you wish, you can drop the data into a tag on the page (in my case a tag with an id of "csv"):

$("#csv").text(csv);

You can generate a URL to that text with this code:

window.URL = window.URL || window.webkiURL;
var blob = new Blob([csv]);
var blobURL = window.URL.createObjectURL(blob);

Finally, this will add a link to download that data:

$("#downloadLink").html("");
$("<a></a>").
attr("href", blobURL).
attr("download", "data.csv").
text("Download Data").
appendTo('#downloadLink');

What is the exact meaning of Git Bash?

git bash is a shell where:

See "Fix msysGit Portable $HOME location":

On a Windows 64:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe /c ""C:\Prog\Git\1.7.1\bin\sh.exe" --login -i"

This differs from git-cmd.bat, which provides git commands in a plain DOS command prompt.

A tool like GitHub for Windows (G4W) provides different shell for git (including a PowerShell one)


Update April 2015:

Note: the git bash in msysgit/Git for windows 1.9.5 is an old one:

GNU bash, version 3.1.20(4)-release (i686-pc-msys)
Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

But with the phasing out of msysgit (Q4 2015) and the new Git For Windows (Q2 2015), you now have Git for Windows 2.3.5.
It has a much more recent bash, based on the 64bits msys2 project, an independent rewrite of MSYS, based on modern Cygwin (POSIX compatibility layer) and MinGW-w64 with the aim of better interoperability with native Windows software. msys2 comes with its own installer too.

The git bash is now (with the new Git For Windows):

GNU bash, version 4.3.33(3)-release (x86_64-pc-msys)
Copyright (C) 2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

Original answer (June 2013) More precisely, from msygit wiki:

Historically, Git on Windows was only officially supported using Cygwin.
To help make a native Windows version, this project was started, based on the mingw fork.

To make the milky 'soup' of project names more clear, we say like this:

  • msysGit - is the name of this project, a build environment for Git for Windows, which releases the official binaries
  • MinGW - is a minimalist development environment for native Microsoft Windows applications.
    It is really a very thin compile-time layer over the Microsoft Runtime; MinGW programs are therefore real Windows programs, with no concept of Unix-style paths or POSIX niceties such as a fork() call
  • MSYS - is a Bourne Shell command line interpreter system, is used by MinGW (and others), was forked in the past from Cygwin
  • Cygwin - a Linux like environment, which was used in the past to build Git for Windows, nowadays has no relation to msysGit

So, your two lines description about "git bash" are:

"Git bash" is a msys shell included in "Git for Windows", and is a slimmed-down version of Cygwin (an old version at that), whose only purpose is to provide enough of a POSIX layer to run a bash.


Reminder:

msysGit is the development environment to compile Git for Windows. It is complete, in the sense that you just need to install msysGit, and then you can build Git. Without installing any 3rd-party software.

msysGit is not Git for Windows; that is an installer which installs Git -- and only Git.

See more in "Difference between msysgit and Cygwin + git?".

How do I resolve ClassNotFoundException?

I was trying to run .jar from C# code using Process class. The java code ran successfully from eclipse but it doesn't from C# visual studio and even clicking directly on the jar file, it always stopped with ClassNotFoundException: exception. Solution for my, was export the java program as "Runnable JAR file" instead of "JAR File". Hope it can help someone.

Difference between the Apache HTTP Server and Apache Tomcat?

an apache server is an http server which can serve any simple http requests, where tomcat server is actually a servlet container which can serve java servlet requests.

Web server [apache] process web client (web browsers) requests and forwards it to servlet container [tomcat] and container process the requests and sends response which gets forwarded by web server to the web client [browser].

Also you can check this link for more clarification:-

https://sites.google.com/site/sureshdevang/servlet-architecture

Also check this answer for further researching :-

https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/a/221092

Javascript swap array elements

Array.prototype.swap = function(a, b) {
  var temp = this[a];
  this[a] = this[b];
  this[b] = temp;
};

Usage:

var myArray = [0,1,2,3,4...];
myArray.swap(4,1);

Android - Back button in the title bar

I have finally managed to properly add back button to actionbar/toolbar

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    ...
    getSupportActionBar().setDisplayHomeAsUpEnabled(true);
}  

@Override
public boolean onOptionsItemSelected(MenuItem item) {
    switch (item.getItemId()) {
        case android.R.id.home:
            finish();
            return true;
    }

    return super.onOptionsItemSelected(item);
}

public boolean onCreateOptionsMenu(Menu menu) {
    return true;
}

Get data from fs.readFile

As said, fs.readFile is an asynchronous action. It means that when you tell node to read a file, you need to consider that it will take some time, and in the meantime, node continued to run the following code. In your case it's: console.log(content);.

It's like sending some part of your code for a long trip (like reading a big file).

Take a look at the comments that I've written:

var content;

// node, go fetch this file. when you come back, please run this "read" callback function
fs.readFile('./Index.html', function read(err, data) {
    if (err) {
        throw err;
    }
    content = data;
});

// in the meantime, please continue and run this console.log
console.log(content);

That's why content is still empty when you log it. node has not yet retrieved the file's content.

This could be resolved by moving console.log(content) inside the callback function, right after content = data;. This way you will see the log when node is done reading the file and after content gets a value.

jquery change class name

I better use the .prop to change the className and it worked perfectly:

$(#td_id).prop('className','newClass');

for this line of code you just have to change the name of newClass, and of course the id of the element, in the next exemple : idelementinyourpage

$(#idelementinyourpage).prop('className','newClass');

By the way, when you want to search which style is applied to any element, you just click F12 on your browser when your page is shown, and then select in the tab of DOM Explorer, the element you want to see. In Styles you now can see what styles are applied to your element and from which class its reading.

Unix ls command: show full path when using options

simply use find tool.

find absolute_path

displays full paths on my Linux machine, while

find relative_path

will not.

Create a file if one doesn't exist - C

You typically have to do this in a single syscall, or else you will get a race condition.

This will open for reading and writing, creating the file if necessary.

FILE *fp = fopen("scores.dat", "ab+");

If you want to read it and then write a new version from scratch, then do it as two steps.

FILE *fp = fopen("scores.dat", "rb");
if (fp) {
    read_scores(fp);
}

// Later...

// truncates the file
FILE *fp = fopen("scores.dat", "wb");
if (!fp)
    error();
write_scores(fp);

How to define global variable in Google Apps Script

You might be better off using the Properties Service as you can use these as a kind of persistent global variable.

click 'file > project properties > project properties' to set a key value, or you can use

PropertiesService.getScriptProperties().setProperty('mykey', 'myvalue');

The data can be retrieved with

var myvalue = PropertiesService.getScriptProperties().getProperty('mykey');

How to end a session in ExpressJS

req.session.destroy(); 

The above did not work for me so I did this.

req.session.cookie.expires = new Date().getTime();

By setting the expiration of the cookie to the current time, the session expired on its own.

JSON Parse File Path

My case of working code is:

var request = new XMLHttpRequest();
request.open("GET", "<path_to_file>", false);
request.overrideMimeType("application/json");
request.send(null);
var jsonData = JSON.parse(request.responseText);
console.log(jsonData);

Adding a column to an existing table in a Rails migration

You can also add column to a specific position using before column or after column like:

rails generate migration add_dob_to_customer dob:date

The migration file will generate the following code except after: :email. you need to add after: :email or before: :email

class AddDobToCustomer < ActiveRecord::Migration[5.2]
  def change
    add_column :customers, :dob, :date, after: :email
  end
end

Linux shell script for database backup

I have prepared a Shell Script to create a Backup of MYSQL database. You can use it so that we have backup of our database(s).

    #!/bin/bash
    export PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin
    TODAY=`date +"%d%b%Y_%I:%M:%S%p"`

    ################################################################
    ################## Update below values  ########################
    DB_BACKUP_PATH='/backup/dbbackup'
    MYSQL_HOST='localhost'
    MYSQL_PORT='3306'
    MYSQL_USER='auriga'
    MYSQL_PASSWORD='auriga@123'
    DATABASE_NAME=( Project_O2 o2)
    BACKUP_RETAIN_DAYS=30   ## Number of days to keep local backup copy; Enable script code in end of th script

    #################################################################
    { mkdir -p ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/${TODAY}
        echo "
                                ${TODAY}" >> ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
    } || {
        echo "Can not make Directry"
        echo "Possibly Path is wrong"
    }
    { if ! mysql -u ${MYSQL_USER} -p${MYSQL_PASSWORD} -e 'exit'; then
        echo 'Failed! You may have Incorrect PASSWORD/USER ' >> ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
        exit 1
    fi

        for DB in "${DATABASE_NAME[@]}"; do
            if ! mysql -u ${MYSQL_USER} -p${MYSQL_PASSWORD} -e "use "${DB}; then
                echo "Failed! Database ${DB} Not Found on ${TODAY}" >> ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt

            else
                # echo "Backup started for database - ${DB}"            
                # mysqldump -h localhost -P 3306 -u auriga -pauriga@123 Project_O2      # use gzip..

                mysqldump -h ${MYSQL_HOST} -P ${MYSQL_PORT} -u ${MYSQL_USER} -p${MYSQL_PASSWORD} \
                          --databases ${DB} | gzip > ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/${TODAY}/${DB}-${TODAY}.sql.gz

                if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
                    touch ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
                    echo "successfully backed-up of ${DB} on ${TODAY}" >> ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
                    # echo "Database backup successfully completed"

                else
                    touch ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
                    echo "Failed to backup of ${DB} on ${TODAY}" >> ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
                    # echo "Error found during backup"
                    exit 1
                fi
            fi
        done
    } || {
        echo "Failed during backup"
        echo "Failed to backup on ${TODAY}" >> ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
        # ./myshellsc.sh 2> ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}/Backup-Report.txt
    }

    ##### Remove backups older than {BACKUP_RETAIN_DAYS} days  #####

    # DBDELDATE=`date +"%d%b%Y" --date="${BACKUP_RETAIN_DAYS} days ago"`

    # if [ ! -z ${DB_BACKUP_PATH} ]; then
    #       cd ${DB_BACKUP_PATH}
    #       if [ ! -z ${DBDELDATE} ] && [ -d ${DBDELDATE} ]; then
    #             rm -rf ${DBDELDATE}
    #       fi
    # fi

    ### End of script ####

In the script we just need to give our Username, Password, Name of Database(or Databases if more than one) also Port number if Different.

To Run the script use Command as:

sudo ./script.sc

I also Suggest that if You want to see the Result in a file Like: Failure Occurs or Successful in backing-up, then Use the Command as Below:

sudo ./myshellsc.sh 2>> Backup-Report.log

Thank You.

How to edit HTML input value colour?

You can add color in the style rule of your input: color:#ccc;

How to execute a command in a remote computer?

I use the little utility which comes with PureMPI.net called execcmd.exe. Its syntax is as follows:

execcmd \\yourremoteserver <your command here>

Doesn't get any simpler than this :)

jQuery - Redirect with post data

Construct and fill out a hidden method=POST action="http://example.com/vote" form and submit it, rather than using window.location at all.

or

$('#inset_form').html(
   '<form action="url" name="form" method="post" style="display:none;">
    <input type="text" name="name" value="' + value + '" /></form>');
document.forms['form'].submit();

Using import fs from 'fs'

ES6 modules support in Node.js is fairly recent; even in the bleeding-edge versions, it is still experimental. With Node.js 10, you can start Node.js with the --experimental-modules flag, and it will likely work.

To import on older Node.js versions - or standard Node.js 10 - use CommonJS syntax:

const fs = require('fs');

How to use Python requests to fake a browser visit a.k.a and generate User Agent?

I had a similar issue but I was unable to use the UserAgent class inside the fake_useragent module. I was running the code inside a docker container

import requests
import ujson
import random

response = requests.get('https://fake-useragent.herokuapp.com/browsers/0.1.11')
agents_dictionary = ujson.loads(response.text)
random_browser_number = str(random.randint(0, len(agents_dictionary['randomize'])))
random_browser = agents_dictionary['randomize'][random_browser_number]
user_agents_list = agents_dictionary['browsers'][random_browser]
user_agent = user_agents_list[random.randint(0, len(user_agents_list)-1)]

I targeted the endpoint used in the module. This solution still gave me a random user agent however there is the possibility that the data structure at the endpoint could change.

How to write to file in Ruby?

You can use the short version:

File.write('/path/to/file', 'Some glorious content')

It returns the length written; see ::write for more details and options.

To append to the file, if it already exists, use:

File.write('/path/to/file', 'Some glorious content', mode: 'a')

Table column sizing

Disclaimer: This answer may be a bit old. Since the bootstrap 4 beta. Bootstrap has changed since then.

The table column size class has been changed from this

<th class="col-sm-3">3 columns wide</th>

to

<th class="col-3">3 columns wide</th>

Different between parseInt() and valueOf() in java?

If you check the Integer class you will find that valueof call parseInt method. The big difference is caching when you call valueof API . It cache if the value is between -128 to 127 Please find below the link for more information

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/lang/Integer.html

java.net.URLEncoder.encode(String) is deprecated, what should I use instead?

Use the other encode method in URLEncoder:

URLEncoder.encode(String, String)

The first parameter is the text to encode; the second is the name of the character encoding to use (e.g., UTF-8). For example:

System.out.println(
  URLEncoder.encode(
    "urlParameterString",
    java.nio.charset.StandardCharsets.UTF_8.toString()
  )
);

java: use StringBuilder to insert at the beginning

you can use strbuilder.insert(0,i);

How do I install boto?

  1. install pip: https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/installing.html

  2. insatll boto: https://github.com/boto/boto

    $ git clone git://github.com/boto/boto.git
    $ cd boto
    $ python setup.py install

How to insert a large block of HTML in JavaScript?

If you are using on the same domain then you can create a seperate HTML file and then import this using the code from this answer by @Stano :

https://stackoverflow.com/a/34579496/2468603

Merge two json/javascript arrays in to one array

Maybe, you can use the array syntax of javascript :

var finalObj =[json1 , json2]

How can I get npm start at a different directory?

This one-liner should work:

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

Corresponding doc

exporting multiple modules in react.js

When you

import App from './App.jsx';

That means it will import whatever you export default. You can rename App class inside App.jsx to whatever you want as long as you export default it will work but you can only have one export default.

So you only need to export default App and you don't need to export the rest.

If you still want to export the rest of the components, you will need named export.

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/web/javascript/reference/statements/export

IN Clause with NULL or IS NULL

The question as answered by Daniel is perfctly fine. I wanted to leave a note regarding NULLS. We should be carefull about using NOT IN operator when a column contains NULL values. You won't get any output if your column contains NULL values and you are using the NOT IN operator. This is how it's explained over here http://www.oraclebin.com/2013/01/beware-of-nulls.html , a very good article which I came across and thought of sharing it.

Aligning a button to the center

Add width:100px, margin:50%. Now the left side of the button is set to the center.
Finally add half of the width of the button in our case 50px.
The middle of the button is in the center.

<input type='submit' style='width:100px;margin:0 50%;position:relative;left:-50px;'>

Multiple Inheritance in C#

We all seem to be heading down the interface path with this, but the obvious other possibility, here, is to do what OOP is supposed to do, and build up your inheritance tree... (isn't this what class design is all about?)

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        human me = new human();
        me.legs = 2;
        me.lfType = "Human";
        me.name = "Paul";
        Console.WriteLine(me.name);
    }
}

public abstract class lifeform
{
    public string lfType { get; set; }
}

public abstract class mammal : lifeform 
{
    public int legs { get; set; }
}

public class human : mammal
{
    public string name { get; set; }
}

This structure provides reusable blocks of code and, surely, is how OOP code should be written?

If this particular approach doesn't quite fit the bill the we simply create new classes based on the required objects...

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        fish shark = new fish();
        shark.size = "large";
        shark.lfType = "Fish";
        shark.name = "Jaws";
        Console.WriteLine(shark.name);
        human me = new human();
        me.legs = 2;
        me.lfType = "Human";
        me.name = "Paul";
        Console.WriteLine(me.name);
    }
}

public abstract class lifeform
{
    public string lfType { get; set; }
}

public abstract class mammal : lifeform 
{
    public int legs { get; set; }
}

public class human : mammal
{
    public string name { get; set; }
}

public class aquatic : lifeform
{
    public string size { get; set; }
}

public class fish : aquatic
{
    public string name { get; set; }
}

How to add buttons at top of map fragment API v2 layout

You can use the below code to change the button to Left side.

<fragment xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    xmlns:map="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
    xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
    android:id="@+id/map"
    android:name="com.google.android.gms.maps.SupportMapFragment"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    tools:context="com.zakasoft.mymap.MapsActivity" >

    <Button
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_gravity="left|top"
        android:text="Send"
        android:padding="10dp"
        android:layout_marginTop="20dp"
        android:paddingRight="10dp"/>

</fragment>

Is it possible to auto-format your code in Dreamweaver?

I tried some of the sources online and finally, the below selection works fine for me (Dreamweaver on Mac). For versions above Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017 and above:

Adobe says:

Edit > Code > Apply Source Formatting

Moreover, full documentation with other supporting information for tasks such as setting defaults, etc. on https://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/using/format-code.html.

How to access child's state in React?

As the previous answers saids, try to move the state to a top component and modify the state through callbacks passed to it's children.

In case that you really need to access to a child state that is declared as a functional component (hooks) you can declare a ref in the parent component, then pass it as a ref attribute to the child but you need to use React.forwardRef and then the hook useImperativeHandle to declare a function you can call in the parent component.

Take a look at the following example:

const Parent = () => {
    const myRef = useRef();
    return <Child ref={myRef} />;
}

const Child = React.forwardRef((props, ref) => {
    const [myState, setMyState] = useState('This is my state!');
    useImperativeHandle(ref, () => ({getMyState: () => {return myState}}), [myState]);
})

Then you should be able to get myState in the Parent component by calling: myRef.current.getMyState();

YAML: Do I need quotes for strings in YAML?

I had this concern when working on a Rails application with Docker.

My most preferred approach is to generally not use quotes. This includes not using quotes for:

  • variables like ${RAILS_ENV}
  • values separated by a colon (:) like postgres-log:/var/log/postgresql
  • other strings values

I, however, use double-quotes for integer values that need to be converted to strings like:

  • docker-compose version like version: "3.8"
  • port numbers like "8080:8080"

However, for special cases like booleans, floats, integers, and other cases, where using double-quotes for the entry values could be interpreted as strings, please do not use double-quotes.

Here's a sample docker-compose.yml file to explain this concept:

version: "3"

services:
  traefik:
    image: traefik:v2.2.1
    command:
      - --api.insecure=true # Don't do that in production
      - --providers.docker=true
      - --providers.docker.exposedbydefault=false
      - --entrypoints.web.address=:80
    ports:
      - "80:80"
      - "8080:8080"
    volumes:
      - /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock:ro

That's all.

I hope this helps

Bundling data files with PyInstaller (--onefile)

All of the other answers use the current working directory in the case where the application is not PyInstalled (i.e. sys._MEIPASS is not set). That is wrong, as it prevents you from running your application from a directory other than the one where your script is.

A better solution:

import sys
import os

def resource_path(relative_path):
    """ Get absolute path to resource, works for dev and for PyInstaller """
    base_path = getattr(sys, '_MEIPASS', os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)))
    return os.path.join(base_path, relative_path)

Python : List of dict, if exists increment a dict value, if not append a new dict

Except for the first time, each time a word is seen the if statement's test fails. If you are counting a large number of words, many will probably occur multiple times. In a situation where the initialization of a value is only going to occur once and the augmentation of that value will occur many times it is cheaper to use a try statement:

urls_d = {}
for url in list_of_urls:
    try:
        urls_d[url] += 1
    except KeyError:
        urls_d[url] = 1

you can read more about this: https://wiki.python.org/moin/PythonSpeed/PerformanceTips

Parsing domain from a URL

Please consider replacring the accepted solution with the following:

parse_url() will always include any sub-domain(s), so this function doesn't parse domain names very well. Here are some examples:

$url = 'http://www.google.com/dhasjkdas/sadsdds/sdda/sdads.html';
$parse = parse_url($url);
echo $parse['host']; // prints 'www.google.com'

echo parse_url('https://subdomain.example.com/foo/bar', PHP_URL_HOST);
// Output: subdomain.example.com

echo parse_url('https://subdomain.example.co.uk/foo/bar', PHP_URL_HOST);
// Output: subdomain.example.co.uk

Instead, you may consider this pragmatic solution. It will cover many, but not all domain names -- for instance, lower-level domains such as 'sos.state.oh.us' are not covered.

function getDomain($url) {
    $host = parse_url($url, PHP_URL_HOST);

    if(filter_var($host,FILTER_VALIDATE_IP)) {
        // IP address returned as domain
        return $host; //* or replace with null if you don't want an IP back
    }

    $domain_array = explode(".", str_replace('www.', '', $host));
    $count = count($domain_array);
    if( $count>=3 && strlen($domain_array[$count-2])==2 ) {
        // SLD (example.co.uk)
        return implode('.', array_splice($domain_array, $count-3,3));
    } else if( $count>=2 ) {
        // TLD (example.com)
        return implode('.', array_splice($domain_array, $count-2,2));
    }
}

// Your domains
    echo getDomain('http://google.com/dhasjkdas/sadsdds/sdda/sdads.html'); // google.com
    echo getDomain('http://www.google.com/dhasjkdas/sadsdds/sdda/sdads.html'); // google.com
    echo getDomain('http://google.co.uk/dhasjkdas/sadsdds/sdda/sdads.html'); // google.co.uk

// TLD
    echo getDomain('https://shop.example.com'); // example.com
    echo getDomain('https://foo.bar.example.com'); // example.com
    echo getDomain('https://www.example.com'); // example.com
    echo getDomain('https://example.com'); // example.com

// SLD
    echo getDomain('https://more.news.bbc.co.uk'); // bbc.co.uk
    echo getDomain('https://www.bbc.co.uk'); // bbc.co.uk
    echo getDomain('https://bbc.co.uk'); // bbc.co.uk

// IP
    echo getDomain('https://1.2.3.45');  // 1.2.3.45

Finally, Jeremy Kendall's PHP Domain Parser allows you to parse the domain name from a url. League URI Hostname Parser will also do the job.

Get a list of resources from classpath directory

My way, no Spring, used during a unit test:

URI uri = TestClass.class.getResource("/resources").toURI();
Path myPath = Paths.get(uri);
Stream<Path> walk = Files.walk(myPath, 1);
for (Iterator<Path> it = walk.iterator(); it.hasNext(); ) {
    Path filename = it.next();   
    System.out.println(filename);
}

Safely remove migration In Laravel

I will rather do it manually

  1. Delete the model first (if you don't) need the model any longer
  2. Delete the migration from ...database/migrations folder
  3. If you have already migrated i.e if you have already run php artisan migrate, log into your phpmyadmin or SQL(whichever the case is) and in your database, delete the table created by the migration
  4. Still within your database, in the migrations folder, locate the row with that migration file name and delete the row.

Works for me, hope it helps!

Multidimensional Lists in C#

If for some reason you don't want to define a Person class and use List<Person> as advised, you can use a tuple, such as (C# 7):

var people = new List<(string Name, string Email)>
{
  ("Joe Bloggs", "[email protected]"),
  ("George Forman", "[email protected]"),
  ("Peter Pan", "[email protected]")
};

var georgeEmail = people[1].Email;

The Name and Email member names are optional, you can omit them and access them using Item1 and Item2 respectively.

There are defined tuples for up to 8 members.

For earlier versions of C#, you can still use a List<Tuple<string, string>> (or preferably ValueTuple using this NuGet package), but you won't benefit from customized member names.

JAVA_HOME does not point to the JDK

It looks like you are currently pointing JAVA_HOME to /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk/jre which appears to be a JRE not a JDK. Try setting JAVA_HOME to /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk.

The JRE does not contain the Java compiler, only the JDK (Java Developer Kit) contains it.