Programs & Examples On #Icomparable

Defines a generalized comparison method that a value type or class implements to create a type-specific comparison method for ordering instances.

Using .Select and .Where in a single LINQ statement

Did you add the Select() after the Where() or before?

You should add it after, because of the concurrency logic:

 1 Take the entire table  
 2 Filter it accordingly  
 3 Select only the ID's  
 4 Make them distinct.  

If you do a Select first, the Where clause can only contain the ID attribute because all other attributes have already been edited out.

Update: For clarity, this order of operators should work:

db.Items.Where(x=> x.userid == user_ID).Select(x=>x.Id).Distinct();

Probably want to add a .toList() at the end but that's optional :)

Sort a Custom Class List<T>

For this case you can also sort using LINQ:

week = week.OrderBy(w => DateTime.Parse(w.date)).ToList();

What is the best open source help ticket system?

It absolutely depens on what your goals are. The Bugzilla and Trac systems mentioned are nice but geared towards bug tracking, which is just very different from a tool you'd want to use in a helpdesk-type setup where end users would raise incidents.

If the latter is what you are looking for I'd suggest you take a look at OTRS which is a very capable trouble ticketing system. It also has ITSM extensions, which makes it able to support ITIL processes if you need to.

Summing elements in a list

You can also use reduce method:

>>> myList = [3, 5, 4, 9]
>>> myTotal = reduce(lambda x,y: x+y, myList)
>>> myTotal
21

Furthermore, you can modify the lambda function to do other operations on your list.

How do I get logs from all pods of a Kubernetes replication controller?

Previously provided solutions are not that optimal. The kubernetes team itself has provided a solution a while ago, called stern.

stern app1

It is also matching regular expressions and does tail and -f (follow) by default. A nice benefit is, that it shows you the pod which generated the log as well.

app1-12381266dad-3233c foobar log
app1-99348234asd-959cc foobar log2

Grab the go-binary for linux or install via brew for OSX.

https://kubernetes.io/blog/2016/10/tail-kubernetes-with-stern/

https://github.com/wercker/stern

The smallest difference between 2 Angles

Arithmetical (as opposed to algorithmic) solution:

angle = Pi - abs(abs(a1 - a2) - Pi);

Java balanced expressions check {[()]}

Please try this.

    import java.util.Stack;

    public class PatternMatcher {
        static String[] patterns = { "{([])}", "{}[]()", "(}{}]]", "{()", "{}" };
        static String openItems = "{([";

        boolean isOpen(String sy) {
            return openItems.contains(sy);
        }

        String getOpenSymbol(String byCloseSymbol) {
            switch (byCloseSymbol) {
            case "}":
                return "{";
            case "]":
                return "[";
            case ")":
                return "(";

            default:
                return null;
            }
        }

        boolean isValid(String pattern) {

            if(pattern == null) {
                return false;
            }

            Stack<String> stack = new Stack<String>();
            char[] symbols = pattern.toCharArray();

            if (symbols.length == 0 || symbols.length % 2 != 0) {
                return false;
            }

            for (char c : symbols) {
                String symbol = Character.toString(c);
                if (isOpen(symbol)) {
                    stack.push(symbol);
                } else {
                    String openSymbol = getOpenSymbol(symbol);
                    if (stack.isEmpty() 
                            || openSymbol == null 
                            || !openSymbol.equals(stack.pop())) {
                        return false;
                    }
                }
            }
            return stack.isEmpty();
        }

        public static void main(String[] args) {
            PatternMatcher patternMatcher = new PatternMatcher();

            for (String pattern : patterns) {
                boolean valid = patternMatcher.isValid(pattern);
                System.out.println(pattern + "\t" + valid);
            }
        }

    }

Nginx sites-enabled, sites-available: Cannot create soft-link between config files in Ubuntu 12.04

My site configuration file is example.conf in sites-available folder So you can create a symbolic link as

ln -s /etc/nginx/sites-available/example.conf /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/

How can I make my website's background transparent without making the content (images & text) transparent too?

You probably want an extra wrapper. use a div for the background and position it below your content..

http://jsfiddle.net/pixelass/42F2j/

HTML

<div id="background-image"></div>
<div id="content">
    Here is the content at opacity 1
    <img src="http://lorempixel.com/100/50/fashion/1/">

</div>

CSS

#background-image {
    background-image: url(http://lorempixel.com/400/200/sports/1/);
    opacity:0.4;
    position:absolute;
    top:0;
    left:0;
    height:200px;
    width:400px;
    z-index:0;
}
#content {
    z-index:1;
    position:relative;
}

Plot a line graph, error in xy.coords(x, y, xlabel, ylabel, log) : 'x' and 'y' lengths differ

plot(t) is in this case the same as

plot(t[[1]], t[[2]])

As the error message says, x and y differ in length and that is because you plot a list with length 4 against 1:

> length(t)
[1] 4
> length(1)
[1] 1

In your second example you plot a list with elements named x and y, both vectors of length 2, so plot plots these two vectors.

Edit:

If you want to plot lines use

plot(t, type="l")

How to create a user in Django?

Bulk user creation with set_password

I you are creating several test users, bulk_create is much faster, but we can't use create_user with it.

set_password is another way to generate the hashed passwords:

def users_iterator():
    for i in range(nusers):
        is_superuser = (i == 0)
        user = User(
            first_name='First' + str(i),
            is_staff=is_superuser,
            is_superuser=is_superuser,
            last_name='Last' + str(i),
            username='user' + str(i),
        )
        user.set_password('asdfqwer')
        yield user

class Command(BaseCommand):
    def handle(self, **options):
        User.objects.bulk_create(iter(users_iterator()))

Question specific about password hashing: How to use Bcrypt to encrypt passwords in Django

Tested in Django 1.9.

How to tell when UITableView has completed ReloadData?

I ended up using a variation of Shawn's solution:

Create a custom UITableView class with a delegate:

protocol CustomTableViewDelegate {
    func CustomTableViewDidLayoutSubviews()
}

class CustomTableView: UITableView {

    var customDelegate: CustomTableViewDelegate?

    override func layoutSubviews() {
        super.layoutSubviews()
        self.customDelegate?.CustomTableViewDidLayoutSubviews()
    }
}

Then in my code, I use

class SomeClass: UIViewController, CustomTableViewDelegate {

    @IBOutlet weak var myTableView: CustomTableView!

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()

        self.myTableView.customDelegate = self
    }

    func CustomTableViewDidLayoutSubviews() {
        print("didlayoutsubviews")
        // DO other cool things here!!
    }
}

Also make sure you set your table view to CustomTableView in the interface builder:

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How to convert decimal to hexadecimal in JavaScript

In case you're looking to convert to a 'full' JavaScript or CSS representation, you can use something like:

  numToHex = function(num) {
    var r=((0xff0000&num)>>16).toString(16),
        g=((0x00ff00&num)>>8).toString(16),
        b=(0x0000ff&num).toString(16);
    if (r.length==1) { r = '0'+r; }
    if (g.length==1) { g = '0'+g; }
    if (b.length==1) { b = '0'+b; }
    return '0x'+r+g+b;                 // ('#' instead of'0x' for CSS)
  };

  var dec = 5974678;
  console.log( numToHex(dec) );        // 0x5b2a96

LEFT JOIN vs. LEFT OUTER JOIN in SQL Server

There are mainly three types of JOIN

  1. Inner: fetches data, that are present in both tables
    • Only JOIN means INNER JOIN
  2. Outer: are of three types

    • LEFT OUTER - - fetches data present only in left table & matching condition
    • RIGHT OUTER - - fetches data present only in right table & matching condition
    • FULL OUTER - - fetches data present any or both table
    • (LEFT or RIGHT or FULL) OUTER JOIN can be written w/o writing "OUTER"
  3. Cross Join: joins everything to everything

How to jquery alert confirm box "yes" & "no"

I won't write your code but what you looking for is something like a jquery dialog

take a look here

jQuery modal-confirmation

$(function() {
    $( "#dialog-confirm" ).dialog({
      resizable: false,
      height:140,
      modal: true,
      buttons: {
        "Delete all items": function() {
          $( this ).dialog( "close" );
        },
        Cancel: function() {
          $( this ).dialog( "close" );
        }
      }
    });
  });

<div id="dialog-confirm" title="Empty the recycle bin?">
  <p>
    <span class="ui-icon ui-icon-alert" style="float:left; margin:0 7px 20px 0;"></span>
    These items will be permanently deleted and cannot be recovered. Are you sure?
  </p>
</div>

Dynamically add child components in React

First, I wouldn't use document.body. Instead add an empty container:

index.html:

<html>
    <head></head>
    <body>
        <div id="app"></div>
    </body>
</html>

Then opt to only render your <App /> element:

main.js:

var App = require('./App.js');
ReactDOM.render(<App />, document.getElementById('app'));

Within App.js you can import your other components and ignore your DOM render code completely:

App.js:

var SampleComponent = require('./SampleComponent.js');

var App = React.createClass({
    render: function() {
        return (
            <div>
                <h1>App main component!</h1>
                <SampleComponent name="SomeName" />
            </div>
        );
    }
});

SampleComponent.js:

var SampleComponent = React.createClass({
    render: function() {
        return (
            <div>
                <h1>Sample Component!</h1>
            </div>
        );
    }
});

Then you can programmatically interact with any number of components by importing them into the necessary component files using require.

Making an iframe responsive

I am search more about this topic and finally get a nice answer. You can try like this:

_x000D_
_x000D_
.wrapper {_x000D_
width: 50%;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.container {_x000D_
height: 0;_x000D_
width: 100%;_x000D_
padding-bottom: 50%;_x000D_
overflow: hidden;_x000D_
position: relative;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.container iframe {_x000D_
top: 0;_x000D_
left: 0;_x000D_
width: 100%;_x000D_
height: 100%;_x000D_
position: absolute;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="wrapper">_x000D_
  <div class="container">_x000D_
    <iframe src="there is path of your iframe"></iframe>_x000D_
   </div>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How can I iterate over the elements in Hashmap?

HashMap<Integer,Player> hash = new HashMap<Integer,Player>();
Set keys = hash.keySet();   
Iterator itr = keys.iterator();

while(itr.hasNext()){
    Integer key = itr.next();
    Player objPlayer = (Player) hash.get(key);
    System.out.println("The player "+objPlayer.getName()+" has "+objPlayer.getScore()+" points");
}

You can use this code to print all scores in your format.

Converting an integer to a string in PHP

You can simply use the following:

$intVal = 5;
$strVal = trim($intVal);

Header and footer in CodeIgniter

Using This Helper For Dynamic Template Loading

//  get  Template 
    function get_template($template_name, $vars = array(), $return = FALSE) {
        $CI = & get_instance();

        $content = "";
        $last = $CI - > uri - > total_segments();

        if ($CI - > uri - > segment($last) != 'tab') {
            $content = $CI - > load - > view('Header', $vars, $return);
            $content. = $CI - > load - > view('Sidebar', $vars, $return);
        }

        $content. = $CI - > load - > view($template_name, $vars, $return);

        if ($CI - > uri - > segment($last) != 'tab') {
            $content. = $CI - > load - > view('Footer', $vars, $return);
        }

        if ($return) {
            return $content;
        }
    }

Trigger change event <select> using jquery

Give links in value of the option tag

<select size="1" name="links" onchange="window.location.href=this.value;">
   <option value="http://www.google.com">Google</option>
   <option value="http://www.yahoo.com">Yahoo</option>
</select>

Create WordPress Page that redirects to another URL

There is a much simpler way in wordpress to create a redirection by using wordpress plugins. So here i found a better way through the plugin Redirection and also you can find other as well on this site Create Url redirect in wordpress through Plugin

"INSERT IGNORE" vs "INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE"

If you want to insert in the table and on the conflict of the primary key or unique index it will update the conflicting row instead of inserting that row.

Syntax:

insert into table1 set column1 = a, column2 = b on duplicate update column2 = c;

Now here, this insert statement may look different what you have seen earlier. This insert statement trying to insert a row in table1 with the value of a and b into column column1 and column2 respectively.

Let's understand this statement in depth:

For example: here column1 is defined as the primary key in table1.

Now if in table1 there is no row having the value “a” in column1. So this statement will insert a row in the table1.

Now if in table1 there is a row having the value “a” in column2. So this statement will update the row’s column2 value with “c” where the column1 value is “a”.

So if you want to insert a new row otherwise update that row on the conflict of the primary key or unique index.
Read more on this link

How to navigate to a section of a page

Use hypertext reference and the ID tag,

Target Text Title

Some paragraph text

Target Text

<h1><a href="#target">Target Text Title</a></h1>
<p id="target">Target Text</p>

Android Studio - local path doesn't exist

If your project is not a Gradle project,

And you got this "local path doesn't exist" error after updating Android Studio to 0.9.2+ version

You should open the .iml file of the project and remove this:

<facet type="android-gradle" name="Android-Gradle">
  <configuration>
    <option name="GRADLE_PROJECT_PATH" />
  </configuration>
</facet>

It solved the problem for me.

How do I get information about an index and table owner in Oracle?

The following helped me as I didn't have DBA access and also wanted the column names.

See: https://dataedo.com/kb/query/oracle/list-table-indexes

select ind.table_owner || '.' || ind.table_name as "TABLE",
       ind.index_name,
       LISTAGG(ind_col.column_name, ',')
            WITHIN GROUP(order by ind_col.column_position) as columns,
       ind.index_type,
       ind.uniqueness
from sys.all_indexes ind
join sys.all_ind_columns ind_col
           on ind.owner = ind_col.index_owner
           and ind.index_name = ind_col.index_name
where ind.table_owner not in ('ANONYMOUS','CTXSYS','DBSNMP','EXFSYS',
       'MDSYS', 'MGMT_VIEW','OLAPSYS','OWBSYS','ORDPLUGINS', 'ORDSYS',
       'SI_INFORMTN_SCHEMA','SYS','SYSMAN','SYSTEM', 'TSMSYS','WK_TEST',
       'WKPROXY','WMSYS','XDB','APEX_040000','APEX_040200',
       'DIP', 'FLOWS_30000','FLOWS_FILES','MDDATA', 'ORACLE_OCM', 'XS$NULL',
       'SPATIAL_CSW_ADMIN_USR', 'SPATIAL_WFS_ADMIN_USR', 'PUBLIC',
       'LBACSYS', 'OUTLN', 'WKSYS', 'APEX_PUBLIC_USER')
    -- AND ind.table_name='TableNameGoesHereIfYouWantASpecificTable'
group by ind.table_owner,
         ind.table_name,
         ind.index_name,
         ind.index_type,
         ind.uniqueness 
order by ind.table_owner,
         ind.table_name;

How does strcmp() work?

This is how I implemented my strcmp: it works like this: it compares first letter of the two strings, if it is identical, it continues to the next letter. If not, it returns the corresponding value. It is very simple and easy to understand: #include

//function declaration:
int strcmp(char string1[], char string2[]);

int main()
{
    char string1[]=" The San Antonio spurs";
    char string2[]=" will be champins again!";
    //calling the function- strcmp
    printf("\n number returned by the strcmp function: %d", strcmp(string1, string2));
    getch();
    return(0);
}

/**This function calculates the dictionary value of the string and compares it to another string.
it returns a number bigger than 0 if the first string is bigger than the second
it returns a number smaller than 0 if the second string is bigger than the first
input: string1, string2
output: value- can be 1, 0 or -1 according to the case*/
int strcmp(char string1[], char string2[])
{
    int i=0;
    int value=2;    //this initialization value could be any number but the numbers that can be      returned by the function
    while(value==2)
    {
        if (string1[i]>string2[i])
        {
            value=1;
        }
        else if (string1[i]<string2[i])
        {
            value=-1;
        }
        else
        {
            i++;
        }
    }
    return(value);
}

TypeError: expected a character buffer object - while trying to save integer to textfile

Have you checked the docstring of write()? It says:

write(str) -> None. Write string str to file.

Note that due to buffering, flush() or close() may be needed before the file on disk reflects the data written.

So you need to convert y to str first.

Also note that the string will be written at the current position which will be at the end of the file, because you'll already have read the old value. Use f.seek(0) to get to the beginning of the file.`

Edit: As for the IOError, this issue seems related. A cite from there:

For the modes where both read and writing (or appending) are allowed (those which include a "+" sign), the stream should be flushed (fflush) or repositioned (fseek, fsetpos, rewind) between either a reading operation followed by a writing operation or a writing operation followed by a reading operation.

So, I suggest you try f.seek(0) and maybe the problem goes away.

How to get the first column of a pandas DataFrame as a Series?

You can get the first column as a Series by following code:

x[x.columns[0]]

Difference between dict.clear() and assigning {} in Python

In addition to the differences mentioned in other answers, there also is a speed difference. d = {} is over twice as fast:

python -m timeit -s "d = {}" "for i in xrange(500000): d.clear()"
10 loops, best of 3: 127 msec per loop

python -m timeit -s "d = {}" "for i in xrange(500000): d = {}"
10 loops, best of 3: 53.6 msec per loop

Android studio takes too much memory

I have used all of Sam's recommendations above, but I found that the VM command line options are no longer supported as described. (I received an error when used)

As an alternative, I was able to reduce gradle dramatically by adding the following line to the "gradle.properties" file

org.gradle.jvmargs=-Xms512m -Xmx1024m

As of A.S. ver 1.3, the file is located in the same folder level as "gradle.build".

The above configuration is a "memory stack" of 512 meg, and "memory heap" of 1024 meg.

I tested this on a small project, using settings where both memory sizes were set to 256 meg. It limited the JVM sizes as expected. In all my tests, I restarted A.S. to force the JVM to restart.

Hopefully, this will save others dealing with this issue from getting those "Get yourself a better computer" responses. :-)

Dilber

iOS: Multi-line UILabel in Auto Layout

I find you need the following:

  • A top constraint
  • A leading constraint (eg left side)
  • A trailing constraint (eg right side)
  • Set content hugging priority, horizontal to low, so it'll fill the given space if the text is short.
  • Set content compression resistance, horizontal to low, so it'll wrap instead of try to become wider.
  • Set the number of lines to 0.
  • Set the line break mode to word wrap.

add to array if it isn't there already

Since you seem to only have scalar values an PHP’s array is rather a hash map, you could use the value as key to avoid duplicates and associate the $k keys to them to be able to get the original values:

$keys = array();
foreach ($array as $k => $v){
    if (isset($v['key'])) {
        $keys[$value] = $k;
    }
}

Then you just need to iterate it to get the original values:

$unique = array();
foreach ($keys as $key) {
    $unique[] = $array[$key]['key'];
}

This is probably not the most obvious and most comprehensive approach but it is very efficient as it is in O(n).

Using in_array instead like others suggested is probably more intuitive. But you would end up with an algorithm in O(n2) (in_array is in O(n)) that is not applicable. Even pushing all values in the array and using array_unique on it would be better than in_array (array_unique sorts the values in O(n·log n) and then removes successive duplicates).

How to Alter a table for Identity Specification is identity SQL Server

You don't set value to default in a table. You should clear the option "Default value or Binding" first.

Laravel Check If Related Model Exists

A Relation object passes unknown method calls through to an Eloquent query Builder, which is set up to only select the related objects. That Builder in turn passes unknown method calls through to its underlying query Builder.

This means you can use the exists() or count() methods directly from a relation object:

$model->relation()->exists(); // bool: true if there is at least one row
$model->relation()->count(); // int: number of related rows

Note the parentheses after relation: ->relation() is a function call (getting the relation object), as opposed to ->relation which a magic property getter set up for you by Laravel (getting the related object/objects).

Using the count method on the relation object (that is, using the parentheses) will be much faster than doing $model->relation->count() or count($model->relation) (unless the relation has already been eager-loaded) since it runs a count query rather than pulling all of the data for any related objects from the database, just to count them. Likewise, using exists doesn't need to pull model data either.

Both exists() and count() work on all relation types I've tried, so at least belongsTo, hasOne, hasMany, and belongsToMany.

ASP.NET MVC DropDownListFor with model of type List<string>

To make a dropdown list you need two properties:

  1. a property to which you will bind to (usually a scalar property of type integer or string)
  2. a list of items containing two properties (one for the values and one for the text)

In your case you only have a list of string which cannot be exploited to create a usable drop down list.

While for number 2. you could have the value and the text be the same you need a property to bind to. You could use a weakly typed version of the helper:

@model List<string>
@Html.DropDownList(
    "Foo", 
    new SelectList(
        Model.Select(x => new { Value = x, Text = x }),
        "Value",
        "Text"
    )
)

where Foo will be the name of the ddl and used by the default model binder. So the generated markup might look something like this:

<select name="Foo" id="Foo">
    <option value="item 1">item 1</option>
    <option value="item 2">item 2</option>
    <option value="item 3">item 3</option>
    ...
</select>

This being said a far better view model for a drop down list is the following:

public class MyListModel
{
    public string SelectedItemId { get; set; }
    public IEnumerable<SelectListItem> Items { get; set; }
}

and then:

@model MyListModel
@Html.DropDownListFor(
    x => x.SelectedItemId,
    new SelectList(Model.Items, "Value", "Text")
)

and if you wanted to preselect some option in this list all you need to do is to set the SelectedItemId property of this view model to the corresponding Value of some element in the Items collection.

How to uninstall an older PHP version from centOS7

yum -y remove php* to remove all php packages then you can install the 5.6 ones.

What are the differences in die() and exit() in PHP?

There's no difference - they are the same.

PHP Manual for exit:

Note: This language construct is equivalent to die().

PHP Manual for die:

This language construct is equivalent to exit().

Convert HashBytes to VarChar

Use master.dbo.fn_varbintohexsubstring(0, HashBytes('SHA1', @input), 1, 0) instead of master.dbo.fn_varbintohexstr and then substringing the result.

In fact fn_varbintohexstr calls fn_varbintohexsubstring internally. The first argument of fn_varbintohexsubstring tells it to add 0xF as the prefix or not. fn_varbintohexstr calls fn_varbintohexsubstring with 1 as the first argument internaly.

Because you don't need 0xF, call fn_varbintohexsubstring directly.

How to pass a null variable to a SQL Stored Procedure from C#.net code

    SQLParam = cmd.Parameters.Add("@RetailerID", SqlDbType.Int, 4)
    If p_RetailerID.Length = 0 Or p_RetailerID = "0" Then
        SQLParam.Value = DBNull.Value
    Else
        SQLParam.Value = p_RetailerID
    End If

What is Inversion of Control?

What is it? Inversion of (Coupling) Control, changes the direction of coupling for the method signature. With inverted control, the definition of the method signature is dictated by the method implementation (rather than the caller of the method). Full explanation here

Which problem does it solve? Top down coupling on methods. This subsequently removes need for refactoring.

When is it appropriate to use and when not? For small well defined applications that are not subject to much change, it is likely an overhead. However, for less defined applications that will evolve, it reduces the inherent coupling of the method signature. This gives the developers more freedom to evolve the application, avoiding the need to do expensive refactoring of code. Basically, allows the application to evolve with little rework.

<!--[if !IE]> not working

Thank you Fernando68, I used this:

function isIE () {
     var myNav = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase();
     return (myNav.indexOf('msie') != -1 || myNav.indexOf('trident') != -1) ? true : false;
}

if(isIE()){
     $.getScript('js/script.min.js', function() {
            alert('Load was performed.');
     });
}

Prevent linebreak after </div>

.label, .text {display: inline}

Although if you use that, you might as well change the div's to span's.

Difference between return and exit in Bash functions

Remember, functions are internal to a script and normally return from whence they were called by using the return statement. Calling an external script is another matter entirely, and scripts usually terminate with an exit statement.

The difference "between the return and exit statement in Bash functions with respect to exit codes" is very small. Both return a status, not values per se. A status of zero indicates success, while any other status (1 to 255) indicates a failure. The return statement will return to the script from where it was called, while the exit statement will end the entire script from wherever it is encountered.

return 0  # Returns to where the function was called.  $? contains 0 (success).

return 1  # Returns to where the function was called.  $? contains 1 (failure).

exit 0  # Exits the script completely.  $? contains 0 (success).

exit 1  # Exits the script completely.  $? contains 1 (failure).

If your function simply ends without a return statement, the status of the last command executed is returned as the status code (and will be placed in $?).

Remember, return and exit give back a status code from 0 to 255, available in $?. You cannot stuff anything else into a status code (e.g., return "cat"); it will not work. But, a script can pass back 255 different reasons for failure by using status codes.

You can set variables contained in the calling script, or echo results in the function and use command substitution in the calling script; but the purpose of return and exit are to pass status codes, not values or computation results as one might expect in a programming language like C.

CSS text-transform capitalize on all caps

I'd like to sugest a pure CSS solution that is more useful than the first letter solution presented but is also very similar.

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.link {_x000D_
  text-transform: lowercase;_x000D_
display: inline-block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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.link::first-line {_x000D_
  text-transform: capitalize;_x000D_
}
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<div class="link">HELLO WORLD!</div>_x000D_
<p class="link">HELLO WORLD!</p>_x000D_
<a href="#" class="link">HELLO WORLD!  ( now working! )</a>
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Although this is limited to the first line it may be useful for more use cases than the first letter solution since it applies capitalization to the whole line and not only the first word. (all words in the first line) In the OP's specific case this could have solved it.

Notes: As mentioned in the first letter solution comments, the order of the CSS rules is important! Also note that I changed the <a> tag for a <div> tag because for some reason the pseudo-element ::first-line doesn't work with <a> tags natively but either <div> or <p> are fine. EDIT: the <a> element will work if display: inline-block; is added to the .link class. Thanks to Dave Land for spotting that!

New Note: if the text wraps it will loose the capitalization because it is now in fact on the second line (first line is still ok).

Xcode 4 - "Valid signing identity not found" error on provisioning profiles on a new Macintosh install

I had this problem because the iOS Development Certificate associated with the provisioning profile was not in my keychain. I had reinstalled OSX and this was the result. I did the following:

  • developer.apple.com under Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles
  • select the corresponding (and valid) iOS Development Certificate, Download it
  • double click the downloaded file, it gets added to the keychain
  • errors in organizer go away

If you don't have a valid cert, generate a new one and make a new provisioning profile with it.

How to fill Matrix with zeros in OpenCV?

Because the last parameter is optional and also the data pointer should point somewhere appropriate:

//inline Mat::Mat(int _rows, int _cols, int _type, void* _data, size_t _step)
double mydata[1];
Mat m1 = Mat(1,1, CV_64F, mydata); 
m1.at<double>(0,0) = 0;

But better do it directly with this template-based constructor:

//inline Mat::Mat(int _rows, int _cols, int _type, const Scalar& _s)
Mat m1 = Mat(1,1, CV_64F, cvScalar(0.));

//or even
Mat m1 = Mat(1,1, CV_64F, double(0));

How to use matplotlib tight layout with Figure?

Just call fig.tight_layout() as you normally would. (pyplot is just a convenience wrapper. In most cases, you only use it to quickly generate figure and axes objects and then call their methods directly.)

There shouldn't be a difference between the QtAgg backend and the default backend (or if there is, it's a bug).

E.g.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

#-- In your case, you'd do something more like:
# from matplotlib.figure import Figure
# fig = Figure()
#-- ...but we want to use it interactive for a quick example, so 
#--    we'll do it this way
fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=4, ncols=4)

for i, ax in enumerate(axes.flat, start=1):
    ax.set_title('Test Axes {}'.format(i))
    ax.set_xlabel('X axis')
    ax.set_ylabel('Y axis')

plt.show()

Before Tight Layout

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After Tight Layout

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=4, ncols=4)

for i, ax in enumerate(axes.flat, start=1):
    ax.set_title('Test Axes {}'.format(i))
    ax.set_xlabel('X axis')
    ax.set_ylabel('Y axis')

fig.tight_layout()

plt.show()

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add image to uitableview cell

Try this code:--

UIImageView *imv = [[UIImageView alloc]initWithFrame:CGRectMake(3,2, 20, 25)];
imv.image=[UIImage imageNamed:@"arrow2.png"];
[cell addSubview:imv];
[imv release];

Stopping a windows service when the stop option is grayed out

If the stop option is greyed out then your service did not indicate that it was accepting SERVICE_ACCEPT_STOP when it last called SetServiceStatus. If you're using .NET, then you need to set the CanStop property in ServiceBase.

Of course, if you're accepting stop requests, then you'd better make sure that your service can safely handle those requests, especially if your service is still progressing through its startup code.

Checking if a variable exists in javascript

I'm writing an answer only because I do not have enough reputations to comment the accepted answer from apsillers. I agree with his answer, but

If you really want to test if a variable is undeclared, you'll need to catch the ReferenceError ...

is not the only way. One can do just:

this.hasOwnProperty("bar")

to check if there is a variable bar declared in the current context. (I'm not sure, but calling the hasOwnProperty could also be more fast/effective than raising an exception) This works only for the current context (not for the whole current scope).

Laravel Controller Subfolder routing

Just found a way how to do it:

Just add the paths to the /app/start/global.php

ClassLoader::addDirectories(array(

    app_path().'/commands',
    app_path().'/controllers',
    app_path().'/controllers/product',
    app_path().'/models',
    app_path().'/database/seeds',

));

Convert laravel object to array

foreach($yourArrayName as $object)
{
    $arrays[] = $object->toArray();
}
// Dump array with object-arrays
dd($arrays);

Or when toArray() fails because it's a stdClass

foreach($yourArrayName as $object)
{
    $arrays[] =  (array) $object;
}
// Dump array with object-arrays
dd($arrays);

Not working? Maybe you can find your answer here:

Convert PHP object to associative array

How to access local files of the filesystem in the Android emulator?

In Android Studio 3.5.3, the Device File Explorer can be found in View -> Tool Windows.

It can also be opened using the vertical tabs on the right-hand side of the main window.

What is Python used for?

Why should you learn Python Programming Language?

Python offers a stepping stone into the world of programming. Even though Python Programming Language has been around for 25 years, it is still rising in popularity. Some of the biggest advantage of Python are it's

  • Easy to Read & Easy to Learn
  • Very productive or small as well as big projects
  • Big libraries for many things

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What is Python Programming Language used for?

As a general purpose programming language, Python can be used for multiple things. Python can be easily used for small, large, online and offline projects. The best options for utilizing Python are web development, simple scripting and data analysis. Below are a few examples of what Python will let you do:

Web Development:

You can use Python to create web applications on many levels of complexity. There are many excellent Python web frameworks including, Pyramid, Django and Flask, to name a few.

Data Analysis:

Python is the leading language of choice for many data scientists. Python has grown in popularity, within this field, due to its excellent libraries including; NumPy and Pandas and its superb libraries for data visualisation like Matplotlib and Seaborn.

Machine Learning:

What if you could predict customer satisfaction or analyse what factors will affect household pricing or to predict stocks over the next few days, based on previous years data? There are many wonderful libraries implementing machine learning algorithms such as Scikit-Learn, NLTK and TensorFlow.

Computer Vision:

You can do many interesting things such as Face detection, Color detection while using Opencv and Python.

Internet Of Things With Raspberry Pi:

Raspberry Pi is a very tiny and affordable computer which was developed for education and has gained enormous popularity among hobbyists with do-it-yourself hardware and automation. You can even build a robot and automate your entire home. Raspberry Pi can be used as the brain for your robot in order to perform various actions and/or react to the environment. The coding on a Raspberry Pi can be performed using Python. The Possibilities are endless!

Game Development:

Create a video game using module Pygame. Basically, you use Python to write the logic of the game. PyGame applications can run on Android devices.

Web Scraping:

If you need to grab data from a website but the site does not have an API to expose data, use Python to scraping data.

Writing Scripts:

If you're doing something manually and want to automate repetitive stuff, such as emails, it's not difficult to automate once you know the basics of this language.

Browser Automation:

Perform some neat things such as opening a browser and posting a Facebook status, you can do it with Selenium with Python.

GUI Development:

Build a GUI application (desktop app) using Python modules Tkinter, PyQt to support it.

Rapid Prototyping:

Python has libraries for just about everything. Use it to quickly built a (lower-performance, often less powerful) prototype. Python is also great for validating ideas or products for established companies and start-ups alike.

Python can be used in so many different projects. If you're a programmer looking for a new language, you want one that is growing in popularity. As a newcomer to programming, Python is the perfect choice for learning quickly and easily.

Counting Chars in EditText Changed Listener

Use

s.length()

The following was once suggested in one of the answers, but its very inefficient

textMessage.getText().toString().length()

Android Material Design Button Styles

Here is how I got what I wanted.

First, made a button (in styles.xml):

<style name="Button">
    <item name="android:textColor">@color/white</item>
    <item name="android:padding">0dp</item>
    <item name="android:minWidth">88dp</item>
    <item name="android:minHeight">36dp</item>
    <item name="android:layout_margin">3dp</item>
    <item name="android:elevation">1dp</item>
    <item name="android:translationZ">1dp</item>
    <item name="android:background">@drawable/primary_round</item>
</style>

The ripple and background for the button, as a drawable primary_round.xml:

<ripple xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:color="@color/primary_600">
  <item>
    <shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
        <corners android:radius="1dp" />
        <solid android:color="@color/primary" />
    </shape>
  </item>
</ripple>

This added the ripple effect I was looking for.

Angularjs $q.all

The issue seems to be that you are adding the deffered.promise when deffered is itself the promise you should be adding:

Try changing to promises.push(deffered); so you don't add the unwrapped promise to the array.

 UploadService.uploadQuestion = function(questions){

            var promises = [];

            for(var i = 0 ; i < questions.length ; i++){

                var deffered  = $q.defer();
                var question  = questions[i]; 

                $http({

                    url   : 'upload/question',
                    method: 'POST',
                    data  : question
                }).
                success(function(data){
                    deffered.resolve(data);
                }).
                error(function(error){
                    deffered.reject();
                });

                promises.push(deffered);
            }

            return $q.all(promises);
        }

How to read .pem file to get private and public key

Java supports using DER for public and private keys out of the box (which is basically the same as PEM, as the OP asks, except PEM files contain base 64 data plus header and footer lines).

You can rely on this code (modulo exception handling) without any external library if you are on Java 8+ (this assumes your key files are available in the classpath):

class Signer {
    private KeyFactory keyFactory;

    public Signer() {
        this.keyFactory = KeyFactory.getInstance("RSA");
    }

    public PublicKey getPublicKey() {
        byte[] publicKey = readFileAsBytes("public-key.der");

        X509EncodedKeySpec keySpec = new X509EncodedKeySpec(publicKey);

        return keyFactory.generatePublic(keySpec);
    }

    public PrivateKey getPrivateKey() {
        byte[] privateKey = readFileAsBytes("private-key.der");

        PKCS8EncodedKeySpec keySpec = new PKCS8EncodedKeySpec(privateKey);
    
        return keyFactory.generatePrivate(keySpec);
    }

    private URI readFileAsBytes(String name) {
        URI fileUri = getClass().getClassLoader().getResource(name).toURI();

        return Files.readAllBytes(Paths.get(fileUri));
    }
}

For the record, you can convert a PEM key to a DER key with the following command:

$ openssl pkcs8 -topk8 -inform PEM -outform DER -in private-key.pem -out private-key.der -nocrypt

And get the public key in DER with:

$ openssl rsa -in private-key.pem -pubout -outform DER -out public-key.der

Byte Array in Python

In Python 3, we use the bytes object, also known as str in Python 2.

# Python 3
key = bytes([0x13, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x08, 0x00])

# Python 2
key = ''.join(chr(x) for x in [0x13, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x08, 0x00])

I find it more convenient to use the base64 module...

# Python 3
key = base64.b16decode(b'130000000800')

# Python 2
key = base64.b16decode('130000000800')

You can also use literals...

# Python 3
key = b'\x13\0\0\0\x08\0'

# Python 2
key = '\x13\0\0\0\x08\0'

Android ImageView's onClickListener does not work

The same thing is happening for me.

The reason is: I have used a list view with margin Top so the data is starting from the bottom of the image, but the actual list view is overlapping on the image which is not visible. So even if we click on the image, the action is not performed. To fix this, I have made the list view start from the below the image so that it is not overlapping on the image itself.

How to initialise memory with new operator in C++?

std::fill is one way. Takes two iterators and a value to fill the region with. That, or the for loop, would (I suppose) be the more C++ way.

For setting an array of primitive integer types to 0 specifically, memset is fine, though it may raise eyebrows. Consider also calloc, though it's a bit inconvenient to use from C++ because of the cast.

For my part, I pretty much always use a loop.

(I don't like to second-guess people's intentions, but it is true that std::vector is, all things being equal, preferable to using new[].)

Creating a class object in c++

First of all, both cases calls a constructor. If you write

Example *example = new Example();

then you are creating an object, call the constructor and retrieve a pointer to it.

If you write

Example example;

The only difference is that you are getting the object and not a pointer to it. The constructor called in this case is the same as above, the default (no argument) constructor.

As for the singleton question, you must simple invoke your static method by writing:

Example *e = Singleton::getExample();

What's the meaning of exception code "EXC_I386_GPFLT"?

I wondered why this appeared during my unit tests.

I have added a method declaration to a protocol which included throws; but the potentially throwing method wasn't even used in that particular test. Enabling Zombies in test sounded like too much trouble.

Turns out a ?K clean did the trick. I'm always flabberghasted when that solves actual problems.

Very Simple Image Slider/Slideshow with left and right button. No autoplay

<script type="text/javascript">
                    $(document).ready(function(e) {
                        $(".mqimg").mouseover(function()
                        {
                            $("#imgprev").animate({height: "250px",width: "70%",left: "15%"},100).html("<img src='"+$(this).attr('src')+"' width='100%' height='100%' />"); 
                        })
                        $(".mqimg").mouseout(function()
                        {
                            $("#imgprev").animate({height: "0px",width: "0%",left: "50%"},100);
                        })
                    });
                    </script>
                    <style>
                    .mqimg{ cursor:pointer;}
                    </style>
                    <div style="position:relative; width:100%; height:1px; text-align:center;">`enter code here`
                    <div id="imgprev" style="position:absolute; display:block; box-shadow:2px 5px 10px #333; width:70%; height:0px; background:#999; left:15%; bottom:15px; "></div>
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/1.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/2.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/3.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/4.jpg' height='100px' />
<img class='mqimg' src='spppimages/5.jpg' height='100px' />

ActiveXObject creation error " Automation server can't create object"

This error is cause by security clutches between the web application and your java. To resolve it, look into your java setting under control panel. Move the security level to a medium.

@Nullable annotation usage

It makes it clear that the method accepts null values, and that if you override the method, you should also accept null values.

It also serves as a hint for code analyzers like FindBugs. For example, if such a method dereferences its argument without checking for null first, FindBugs will emit a warning.

Regex matching beginning AND end strings

Well, the simple regex is this:

/^dbo\..*_fn$/

It would be better, however, to use the string manipulation functionality of whatever programming language you're using to slice off the first four and the last three characters of the string and check whether they're what you want.

How to get datetime in JavaScript?

function pad_2(number)
{
     return (number < 10 ? '0' : '') + number;
}

function hours(date)
{
    var hours = date.getHours();
    if(hours > 12)
        return hours - 12; // Substract 12 hours when 13:00 and more
    return hours;
}

function am_pm(date)
{
    if(date.getHours()==0 && date.getMinutes()==0 && date.getSeconds()==0)
        return ''; // No AM for MidNight
    if(date.getHours()==12 && date.getMinutes()==0 && date.getSeconds()==0)
        return ''; // No PM for Noon
    if(date.getHours()<12)
        return ' AM';
    return ' PM';
}

function date_format(date)
{
     return pad_2(date.getDate()) + '/' +
            pad_2(date.getMonth()+1) + '/' +
            (date.getFullYear() + ' ').substring(2) +
            pad_2(hours(date)) + ':' +
            pad_2(date.getMinutes()) +
            am_pm(date);
}

Code corrected as of Sep 3 '12 at 10:11

How can I see the current value of my $PATH variable on OS X?

for MacOS, make sure you know where the GO install

export GOPATH=/usr/local/go
PATH=$PATH:$GOPATH/bin

How to change Format of a Cell to Text using VBA

Well this should change your format to text.

Worksheets("Sheetname").Activate
Worksheets("SheetName").Columns(1).Select 'or Worksheets("SheetName").Range("A:A").Select
Selection.NumberFormat = "@"

What is the best way to modify a list in a 'foreach' loop?

Here's how you can do that (quick and dirty solution. If you really need this kind of behavior, you should either reconsider your design or override all IList<T> members and aggregate the source list):

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;

namespace ConsoleApplication3
{
    public class ModifiableList<T> : List<T>
    {
        private readonly IList<T> pendingAdditions = new List<T>();
        private int activeEnumerators = 0;

        public ModifiableList(IEnumerable<T> collection) : base(collection)
        {
        }

        public ModifiableList()
        {
        }

        public new void Add(T t)
        {
            if(activeEnumerators == 0)
                base.Add(t);
            else
                pendingAdditions.Add(t);
        }

        public new IEnumerator<T> GetEnumerator()
        {
            ++activeEnumerators;

            foreach(T t in ((IList<T>)this))
                yield return t;

            --activeEnumerators;

            AddRange(pendingAdditions);
            pendingAdditions.Clear();
        }
    }

    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            ModifiableList<int> ints = new ModifiableList<int>(new int[] { 2, 4, 6, 8 });

            foreach(int i in ints)
                ints.Add(i * 2);

            foreach(int i in ints)
                Console.WriteLine(i * 2);
        }
    }
}

How to add multiple columns to pandas dataframe in one assignment?

You could instantiate the values from a dictionary if you wanted different values for each column & you don't mind making a dictionary on the line before.

>>> import pandas as pd
>>> import numpy as np
>>> df = pd.DataFrame({
  'col_1': [0, 1, 2, 3], 
  'col_2': [4, 5, 6, 7]
})
>>> df
   col_1  col_2
0      0      4
1      1      5
2      2      6
3      3      7
>>> cols = {
  'column_new_1':np.nan,
  'column_new_2':'dogs',
  'column_new_3': 3
}
>>> df[list(cols)] = pd.DataFrame(data={k:[v]*len(df) for k,v in cols.items()})
>>> df
   col_1  col_2  column_new_1 column_new_2  column_new_3
0      0      4           NaN         dogs             3
1      1      5           NaN         dogs             3
2      2      6           NaN         dogs             3
3      3      7           NaN         dogs             3

Not necessarily better than the accepted answer, but it's another approach not yet listed.

error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1 while installing eventlet

If it is still not working, you can try this

sudo apt-get install build-essential

in my case, it solved the problem.

Convert a string to a double - is this possible?

Use doubleval(). But be very careful about using decimals in financial transactions, and validate that user input very carefully.

How do I extract part of a string in t-sql

LEFT ('BTA200', 3) will work for the examples you have given, as in :

SELECT LEFT(MyField, 3)
FROM MyTable

To extract the numeric part, you can use this code

SELECT RIGHT(MyField, LEN(MyField) - 3)
FROM MyTable
WHERE MyField LIKE 'BTA%' 
--Only have this test if your data does not always start with BTA.

The ALTER TABLE statement conflicted with the FOREIGN KEY constraint

Try this solution:

There is a data item in your table whose associated value doesn't exist in the table you want to use it as a primary key table. Make your table empty or add the associated value to the second table.

Difference between window.location.href and top.location.href

top refers to the window object which contains all the current frames ( father of the rest of the windows ). window is the current window.

http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/tutorials/javascript/browserinspecific

so top.location.href can contain the "master" page link containing all the frames, while window.location.href just contains the "current" page link.

How to include js and CSS in JSP with spring MVC

you need declare resources in dispatcher servelet file.below is two declarations

<mvc:annotation-driven />
<mvc:resources location="/resources/" mapping="/resources/**" />

How to push object into an array using AngularJS

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  var app = angular.module('myApp', []);_x000D_
        app.controller('myCtrl', function ($scope) {_x000D_
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            //Comments object having reply oject_x000D_
            $scope.comments = [{ comment: 'hi', reply: [{ comment: 'hi inside commnet' }, { comment: 'hi inside commnet' }] }];_x000D_
_x000D_
            //push reply_x000D_
            $scope.insertReply = function (index, reply) {_x000D_
                $scope.comments[index].reply.push({ comment: reply });_x000D_
            }_x000D_
_x000D_
            //push commnet_x000D_
            $scope.newComment = function (comment) {_x000D_
                $scope.comments.push({ comment:comment, reply: [] });_x000D_
            }_x000D_
        });
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.2.23/angular.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div ng-app="myApp" ng-controller="myCtrl">_x000D_
_x000D_
        <!--Comment section-->_x000D_
        <ul ng-repeat="comment in comments track by $index" style="background: skyblue; padding: 10px;">_x000D_
            <li>_x000D_
                <b>Comment {{$index}} : </b>_x000D_
                <br>_x000D_
                {{comment.comment}}_x000D_
                <!--Reply section-->_x000D_
                    <ul ng-repeat="reply in comment.reply track by $index">_x000D_
                        <li><i>Reply {{$index}} :</i><br>_x000D_
                            {{reply.comment}}</li>_x000D_
                    </ul>_x000D_
                <!--End reply section-->_x000D_
                <input type="text" ng-model="reply" placeholder=" Write your reply." /><a href="" ng-click="insertReply($index,reply)">Reply</a>_x000D_
            </li>_x000D_
        </ul>_x000D_
        <!--End comment section -->_x000D_
            _x000D_
_x000D_
        <!--Post your comment-->_x000D_
        <b>New comment</b>_x000D_
        <input type="text" placeholder="Your comment" ng-model="comment" />_x000D_
        <a href="" ng-click="newComment(comment)">Post </a>_x000D_
    </div>
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Convert object to JSON string in C#

Use .net inbuilt class JavaScriptSerializer

  JavaScriptSerializer js = new JavaScriptSerializer();
  string json = js.Serialize(obj);

Upper memory limit?

(This is my third answer because I misunderstood what your code was doing in my original, and then made a small but crucial mistake in my second—hopefully three's a charm.

Edits: Since this seems to be a popular answer, I've made a few modifications to improve its implementation over the years—most not too major. This is so if folks use it as template, it will provide an even better basis.

As others have pointed out, your MemoryError problem is most likely because you're attempting to read the entire contents of huge files into memory and then, on top of that, effectively doubling the amount of memory needed by creating a list of lists of the string values from each line.

Python's memory limits are determined by how much physical ram and virtual memory disk space your computer and operating system have available. Even if you don't use it all up and your program "works", using it may be impractical because it takes too long.

Anyway, the most obvious way to avoid that is to process each file a single line at a time, which means you have to do the processing incrementally.

To accomplish this, a list of running totals for each of the fields is kept. When that is finished, the average value of each field can be calculated by dividing the corresponding total value by the count of total lines read. Once that is done, these averages can be printed out and some written to one of the output files. I've also made a conscious effort to use very descriptive variable names to try to make it understandable.

try:
    from itertools import izip_longest
except ImportError:    # Python 3
    from itertools import zip_longest as izip_longest

GROUP_SIZE = 4
input_file_names = ["A1_B1_100000.txt", "A2_B2_100000.txt", "A1_B2_100000.txt",
                    "A2_B1_100000.txt"]
file_write = open("average_generations.txt", 'w')
mutation_average = open("mutation_average", 'w')  # left in, but nothing written

for file_name in input_file_names:
    with open(file_name, 'r') as input_file:
        print('processing file: {}'.format(file_name))

        totals = []
        for count, fields in enumerate((line.split('\t') for line in input_file), 1):
            totals = [sum(values) for values in
                        izip_longest(totals, map(float, fields), fillvalue=0)]
        averages = [total/count for total in totals]

        for print_counter, average in enumerate(averages):
            print('  {:9.4f}'.format(average))
            if print_counter % GROUP_SIZE == 0:
                file_write.write(str(average)+'\n')

file_write.write('\n')
file_write.close()
mutation_average.close()

Why doesn't Java offer operator overloading?

There are a lot of posts complaining about operator overloading.

I felt I had to clarify the "operator overloading" concepts, offering an alternative viewpoint on this concept.

#Code obfuscating?

This argument is a fallacy.

##Obfuscating is possible in all languages...

It is as easy to obfuscate code in C or Java through functions/methods as it is in C++ through operator overloads:

// C++
T operator + (const T & a, const T & b) // add ?
{
   T c ;
   c.value = a.value - b.value ; // subtract !!!
   return c ;
}

// Java
static T add (T a, T b) // add ?
{
   T c = new T() ;
   c.value = a.value - b.value ; // subtract !!!
   return c ;
}

/* C */
T add (T a, T b) /* add ? */
{
   T c ;
   c.value = a.value - b.value ; /* subtract !!! */
   return c ;
}

##...Even in Java's standard interfaces

For another example, let's see the Cloneable interface in Java:

You are supposed to clone the object implementing this interface. But you could lie. And create a different object. In fact, this interface is so weak you could return another type of object altogether, just for the fun of it:

class MySincereHandShake implements Cloneable
{
    public Object clone()
    {
       return new MyVengefulKickInYourHead() ;
    }
}

As the Cloneable interface can be abused/obfuscated, should it be banned on the same grounds C++ operator overloading is supposed to be?

We could overload the toString() method of a MyComplexNumber class to have it return the stringified hour of the day. Should the toString() overloading be banned, too? We could sabotage MyComplexNumber.equals to have it return a random value, modify the operands... etc. etc. etc..

In Java, as in C++, or whatever language, the programmer must respect a minimum of semantics when writing code. This means implementing a add function that adds, and Cloneable implementation method that clones, and a ++ operator than increments.

#What's obfuscating anyway?

Now that we know that code can be sabotaged even through the pristine Java methods, we can ask ourselves about the real use of operator overloading in C++?

##Clear and natural notation: methods vs. operator overloading?

We'll compare below, for different cases, the "same" code in Java and C++, to have an idea of which kind of coding style is clearer.

###Natural comparisons:

// C++ comparison for built-ins and user-defined types
bool    isEqual          = A == B ;
bool    isNotEqual       = A != B ;
bool    isLesser         = A <  B ;
bool    isLesserOrEqual  = A <= B ;

// Java comparison for user-defined types
boolean isEqual          = A.equals(B) ;
boolean isNotEqual       = ! A.equals(B) ;
boolean isLesser         = A.comparesTo(B) < 0 ;
boolean isLesserOrEqual  = A.comparesTo(B) <= 0 ;

Please note that A and B could be of any type in C++, as long as the operator overloads are provided. In Java, when A and B are not primitives, the code can become very confusing, even for primitive-like objects (BigInteger, etc.)...

###Natural array/container accessors and subscripting:

// C++ container accessors, more natural
value        = myArray[25] ;         // subscript operator
value        = myVector[25] ;        // subscript operator
value        = myString[25] ;        // subscript operator
value        = myMap["25"] ;         // subscript operator
myArray[25]  = value ;               // subscript operator
myVector[25] = value ;               // subscript operator
myString[25] = value ;               // subscript operator
myMap["25"]  = value ;               // subscript operator

// Java container accessors, each one has its special notation
value        = myArray[25] ;         // subscript operator
value        = myVector.get(25) ;    // method get
value        = myString.charAt(25) ; // method charAt
value        = myMap.get("25") ;     // method get
myArray[25]  = value ;               // subscript operator
myVector.set(25, value) ;            // method set
myMap.put("25", value) ;             // method put

In Java, we see that for each container to do the same thing (access its content through an index or identifier), we have a different way to do it, which is confusing.

In C++, each container uses the same way to access its content, thanks to operator overloading.

###Natural advanced types manipulation

The examples below use a Matrix object, found using the first links found on Google for "Java Matrix object" and "C++ Matrix object":

// C++ YMatrix matrix implementation on CodeProject
// http://www.codeproject.com/KB/architecture/ymatrix.aspx
// A, B, C, D, E, F are Matrix objects;
E =  A * (B / 2) ;
E += (A - B) * (C + D) ;
F =  E ;                  // deep copy of the matrix

// Java JAMA matrix implementation (seriously...)
// http://math.nist.gov/javanumerics/jama/doc/
// A, B, C, D, E, F are Matrix objects;
E = A.times(B.times(0.5)) ;
E.plusEquals(A.minus(B).times(C.plus(D))) ;
F = E.copy() ;            // deep copy of the matrix

And this is not limited to matrices. The BigInteger and BigDecimal classes of Java suffer from the same confusing verbosity, whereas their equivalents in C++ are as clear as built-in types.

###Natural iterators:

// C++ Random Access iterators
++it ;                  // move to the next item
--it ;                  // move to the previous item
it += 5 ;               // move to the next 5th item (random access)
value = *it ;           // gets the value of the current item
*it = 3.1415 ;          // sets the value 3.1415 to the current item
(*it).foo() ;           // call method foo() of the current item

// Java ListIterator<E> "bi-directional" iterators
value = it.next() ;     // move to the next item & return the value
value = it.previous() ; // move to the previous item & return the value
it.set(3.1415) ;        // sets the value 3.1415 to the current item

###Natural functors:

// C++ Functors
myFunctorObject("Hello World", 42) ;

// Java Functors ???
myFunctorObject.execute("Hello World", 42) ;

###Text concatenation:

// C++ stream handling (with the << operator)
                    stringStream   << "Hello " << 25 << " World" ;
                    fileStream     << "Hello " << 25 << " World" ;
                    outputStream   << "Hello " << 25 << " World" ;
                    networkStream  << "Hello " << 25 << " World" ;
anythingThatOverloadsShiftOperator << "Hello " << 25 << " World" ;

// Java concatenation
myStringBuffer.append("Hello ").append(25).append(" World") ;

Ok, in Java you can use MyString = "Hello " + 25 + " World" ; too... But, wait a second: This is operator overloading, isn't it? Isn't it cheating???

:-D

##Generic code?

The same generic code modifying operands should be usable both for built-ins/primitives (which have no interfaces in Java), standard objects (which could not have the right interface), and user-defined objects.

For example, calculating the average value of two values of arbitrary types:

// C++ primitive/advanced types
template<typename T>
T getAverage(const T & p_lhs, const T & p_rhs)
{
   return (p_lhs + p_rhs) / 2 ;
}

int     intValue     = getAverage(25, 42) ;
double  doubleValue  = getAverage(25.25, 42.42) ;
complex complexValue = getAverage(cA, cB) ; // cA, cB are complex
Matrix  matrixValue  = getAverage(mA, mB) ; // mA, mB are Matrix

// Java primitive/advanced types
// It won't really work in Java, even with generics. Sorry.

#Discussing operator overloading

Now that we have seen fair comparisons between C++ code using operator overloading, and the same code in Java, we can now discuss "operator overloading" as a concept.

##Operator overloading existed since before computers

Even outside of computer science, there is operator overloading: For example, in mathematics, operators like +, -, *, etc. are overloaded.

Indeed, the signification of +, -, *, etc. changes depending on the types of the operands (numerics, vectors, quantum wave functions, matrices, etc.).

Most of us, as part of our science courses, learned multiple significations for operators, depending on the types of the operands. Did we find them confusing, them?

##Operator overloading depends on its operands

This is the most important part of operator overloading: Like in mathematics, or in physics, the operation depends on its operands' types.

So, know the type of the operand, and you will know the effect of the operation.

##Even C and Java have (hard-coded) operator overloading

In C, the real behavior of an operator will change according to its operands. For example, adding two integers is different than adding two doubles, or even one integer and one double. There is even the whole pointer arithmetic domain (without casting, you can add to a pointer an integer, but you cannot add two pointers...).

In Java, there is no pointer arithmetic, but someone still found string concatenation without the + operator would be ridiculous enough to justify an exception in the "operator overloading is evil" creed.

It's just that you, as a C (for historical reasons) or Java (for personal reasons, see below) coder, you can't provide your own.

##In C++, operator overloading is not optional...

In C++, operator overloading for built-in types is not possible (and this is a good thing), but user-defined types can have user-defined operator overloads.

As already said earlier, in C++, and to the contrary to Java, user-types are not considered second-class citizens of the language, when compared to built-in types. So, if built-in types have operators, user types should be able to have them, too.

The truth is that, like the toString(), clone(), equals() methods are for Java (i.e. quasi-standard-like), C++ operator overloading is so much part of C++ that it becomes as natural as the original C operators, or the before mentioned Java methods.

Combined with template programming, operator overloading becomes a well known design pattern. In fact, you cannot go very far in STL without using overloaded operators, and overloading operators for your own class.

##...but it should not be abused

Operator overloading should strive to respect the semantics of the operator. Do not subtract in a + operator (as in "do not subtract in a add function", or "return crap in a clone method").

Cast overloading can be very dangerous because they can lead to ambiguities. So they should really be reserved for well defined cases. As for && and ||, do not ever overload them unless you really know what you're doing, as you'll lose the the short circuit evaluation that the native operators && and || enjoy.

#So... Ok... Then why it is not possible in Java?

Because James Gosling said so:

I left out operator overloading as a fairly personal choice because I had seen too many people abuse it in C++.

James Gosling. Source: http://www.gotw.ca/publications/c_family_interview.htm

Please compare Gosling's text above with Stroustrup's below:

Many C++ design decisions have their roots in my dislike for forcing people to do things in some particular way [...] Often, I was tempted to outlaw a feature I personally disliked, I refrained from doing so because I did not think I had the right to force my views on others.

Bjarne Stroustrup. Source: The Design and Evolution of C++ (1.3 General Background)

##Would operator overloading benefit Java?

Some objects would greatly benefit from operator overloading (concrete or numerical types, like BigDecimal, complex numbers, matrices, containers, iterators, comparators, parsers etc.).

In C++, you can profit from this benefit because of Stroustrup's humility. In Java, you're simply screwed because of Gosling's personal choice.

##Could it be added to Java?

The reasons for not adding operator overloading now in Java could be a mix of internal politics, allergy to the feature, distrust of developers (you know, the saboteur ones that seem to haunt Java teams...), compatibility with the previous JVMs, time to write a correct specification, etc..

So don't hold your breath waiting for this feature...

##But they do it in C#!!!

Yeah...

While this is far from being the only difference between the two languages, this one never fails to amuse me.

Apparently, the C# folks, with their "every primitive is a struct, and a struct derives from Object", got it right at first try.

##And they do it in other languages!!!

Despite all the FUD against used defined operator overloading, the following languages support it: Kotlin, Scala, Dart, Python, F#, C#, D, Algol 68, Smalltalk, Groovy, Perl 6, C++, Ruby, Haskell, MATLAB, Eiffel, Lua, Clojure, Fortran 90, Swift, Ada, Delphi 2005...

So many languages, with so many different (and sometimes opposing) philosophies, and yet they all agree on that point.

Food for thought...

Python re.sub(): how to substitute all 'u' or 'U's with 'you'

This worked for me:

    import re
    text = 'how are u? umberella u! u. U. U@ U# u '
    rex = re.compile(r'\bu\b', re.IGNORECASE)
    print(rex.sub('you', text))

It pre-compiles the regular expression and makes use of re.IGNORECASE so that we don't have to worry about case in our regular expression! BTW, I love the funky spelling of umbrella! :-)

error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _WinMain@16 referenced in function ___tmainCRTStartup

If your project is Dll, then the case might be that linker wants to build a console program. Open the project properties. Select the General settings. Select configuration type Dynamic Library there(.dll).

What is username and password when starting Spring Boot with Tomcat?

Addition to accepted answer -

If password not seen in logs, enable "org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.security" logs.

If you fine-tune your logging configuration, ensure that the org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.security category is set to log INFO messages, otherwise the default password will not be printed.

https://docs.spring.io/spring-boot/docs/1.4.0.RELEASE/reference/htmlsingle/#boot-features-security

What is the LDF file in SQL Server?

LDF holds the transaction log. If you set your backups correctly - it will be small. It it grows - you have a very common problem of setting database recovery mode to FULL and then forgetting to backup the transaction log (LDF file). Let me explain how to fix it.

  1. If your business can afford to lose a little data between backups, just set the database recovery mode to SIMPLE, then forget about LDF - it will be small. This is the recommended solution for most of the cases.
  2. If you have to be able to restore to the exact point in time - use FULL recovery mode. In this case you have to take regular Transaction Log backups. The simplest way to do it is to use a tool like SqlBackupAndFTP (disclosure - I am a developer). The log file will be truncated at this time and would not grow beyond certain limits.

Some would suggest to use SHRINKFILE to trim you log. Note that this is OK only as an exception. If you do it regularly, it defeats the purpose of FULL recovery model: first you go into trouble of saving every single change in the log, then you just dump it. Set recovery mode to SIMPLE instead.

Using lambda expressions for event handlers

No performance implications that I'm aware of or have ever run into, as far as I know its just "syntactic sugar" and compiles down to the same thing as using delegate syntax, etc.

Best way to extract a subvector from a vector?

You didn't mention what type std::vector<...> myVec is, but if it's a simple type or struct/class that doesn't include pointers, and you want the best efficiency, then you can do a direct memory copy (which I think will be faster than the other answers provided). Here is a general example for std::vector<type> myVec where type in this case is int:

typedef int type; //choose your custom type/struct/class
int iFirst = 100000; //first index to copy
int iLast = 101000; //last index + 1
int iLen = iLast - iFirst;
std::vector<type> newVec;
newVec.resize(iLen); //pre-allocate the space needed to write the data directly
memcpy(&newVec[0], &myVec[iFirst], iLen*sizeof(type)); //write directly to destination buffer from source buffer

Should you always favor xrange() over range()?

xrange() is more efficient because instead of generating a list of objects, it just generates one object at a time. Instead of 100 integers, and all of their overhead, and the list to put them in, you just have one integer at a time. Faster generation, better memory use, more efficient code.

Unless I specifically need a list for something, I always favor xrange()

Best Way to read rss feed in .net Using C#

Use this :

private string GetAlbumRSS(SyndicationItem album)
    {

        string url = "";
        foreach (SyndicationElementExtension ext in album.ElementExtensions)
            if (ext.OuterName == "itemRSS") url = ext.GetObject<string>();
        return (url);

    }
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        string albumRSS;
        string url = "http://www.SomeSite.com/rss?";
        XmlReader r = XmlReader.Create(url);
        SyndicationFeed albums = SyndicationFeed.Load(r);
        r.Close();
        foreach (SyndicationItem album in albums.Items)
        {

            cell.InnerHtml = cell.InnerHtml +string.Format("<br \'><a href='{0}'>{1}</a>", album.Links[0].Uri, album.Title.Text);
            albumRSS = GetAlbumRSS(album);

        }



    }

Writing BMP image in pure c/c++ without other libraries

I edited ralf's htp code so that it would compile (on gcc, running ubuntu 16.04 lts). It was just a matter of initializing the variables.

    int w = 100; /* Put here what ever width you want */
    int h = 100; /* Put here what ever height you want */
    int red[w][h]; 
    int green[w][h];
    int blue[w][h];


    FILE *f;
    unsigned char *img = NULL;
    int filesize = 54 + 3*w*h;  //w is your image width, h is image height, both int
    if( img )
            free( img );
    img = (unsigned char *)malloc(3*w*h);
    memset(img,0,sizeof(img));
    int x;
    int y;
    int r;
    int g;
    int b;

    for(int i=0; i<w; i++)
    {
            for(int j=0; j<h; j++)
            {
                    x=i; y=(h-1)-j;
                    r = red[i][j]*255;
                    g = green[i][j]*255;
                    b = blue[i][j]*255;
                    if (r > 255) r=255;
                    if (g > 255) g=255;
                    if (b > 255) b=255;
                    img[(x+y*w)*3+2] = (unsigned char)(r);
                    img[(x+y*w)*3+1] = (unsigned char)(g);
                    img[(x+y*w)*3+0] = (unsigned char)(b);
            }
    }

    unsigned char bmpfileheader[14] = {'B','M', 0,0,0,0, 0,0, 0,0, 54,0,0,0};
    unsigned char bmpinfoheader[40] = {40,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0, 0,0,0,0, 1,0, 24,0};
    unsigned char bmppad[3] = {0,0,0};

    bmpfileheader[ 2] = (unsigned char)(filesize    );
    bmpfileheader[ 3] = (unsigned char)(filesize>> 8);
    bmpfileheader[ 4] = (unsigned char)(filesize>>16);
    bmpfileheader[ 5] = (unsigned char)(filesize>>24);

    bmpinfoheader[ 4] = (unsigned char)(       w    );
    bmpinfoheader[ 5] = (unsigned char)(       w>> 8);
    bmpinfoheader[ 6] = (unsigned char)(       w>>16);
    bmpinfoheader[ 7] = (unsigned char)(       w>>24);
    bmpinfoheader[ 8] = (unsigned char)(       h    );
    bmpinfoheader[ 9] = (unsigned char)(       h>> 8);
    bmpinfoheader[10] = (unsigned char)(       h>>16);
    bmpinfoheader[11] = (unsigned char)(       h>>24);

    f = fopen("img.bmp","wb");
    fwrite(bmpfileheader,1,14,f);
    fwrite(bmpinfoheader,1,40,f);
    for(int i=0; i<h; i++)
    {
            fwrite(img+(w*(h-i-1)*3),3,w,f);
            fwrite(bmppad,1,(4-(w*3)%4)%4,f);
    }
    fclose(f);

The application may be doing too much work on its main thread

I had the same problem. Android Emulator worked perfectly on Android < 6.0. When I used emulator Nexus 5 (Android 6.0), the app worked very slow with I/Choreographer: Skipped frames in the logs.

So, I solved this problem by changing in Manifest file hardwareAccelerated option to true like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    package="com.example.myapplication">

    <application android:hardwareAccelerated="true">
        ...
    </application>
</manifest>

UnsupportedClassVersionError: JVMCFRE003 bad major version in WebSphere AS 7

In this Eclipse Preferences panel you can change the compiler compatibility from 1.7 to 1.6. This solved the similar message I was getting. For Eclipse, it is under: Preferences -> Java -> Compiler: 'Compiler compliance level'

Rails :include vs. :joins

I was recently reading more on difference between :joins and :includes in rails. Here is an explaination of what I understood (with examples :))

Consider this scenario:

  • A User has_many comments and a comment belongs_to a User.

  • The User model has the following attributes: Name(string), Age(integer). The Comment model has the following attributes:Content, user_id. For a comment a user_id can be null.

Joins:

:joins performs a inner join between two tables. Thus

Comment.joins(:user)

#=> <ActiveRecord::Relation [#<Comment id: 1, content: "Hi I am Aaditi.This is my first   comment!", user_id: 1, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:24", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:24">, 
     #<Comment id: 2, content: "Hi I am Ankita.This is my first comment!", user_id: 2, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:29", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:29">,    
     #<Comment id: 3, content: "Hi I am John.This is my first comment!", user_id: 3, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:30:25", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:30:25">]>

will fetch all records where user_id (of comments table) is equal to user.id (users table). Thus if you do

Comment.joins(:user).where("comments.user_id is null")

#=> <ActiveRecord::Relation []>

You will get a empty array as shown.

Moreover joins does not load the joined table in memory. Thus if you do

comment_1 = Comment.joins(:user).first

comment_1.user.age
#=>?[1m?[36mUser Load (0.0ms)?[0m  ?[1mSELECT "users".* FROM "users" WHERE "users"."id" = ? ORDER BY "users"."id" ASC LIMIT 1?[0m  [["id", 1]]
#=> 24

As you see, comment_1.user.age will fire a database query again in the background to get the results

Includes:

:includes performs a left outer join between the two tables. Thus

Comment.includes(:user)

#=><ActiveRecord::Relation [#<Comment id: 1, content: "Hi I am Aaditi.This is my first comment!", user_id: 1, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:24", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:24">,
   #<Comment id: 2, content: "Hi I am Ankita.This is my first comment!", user_id: 2, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:29", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:29:29">,
   #<Comment id: 3, content: "Hi I am John.This is my first comment!", user_id: 3, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:30:25", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:30:25">,    
   #<Comment id: 4, content: "Hi This is an anonymous comment!", user_id: nil, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:31:02", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:31:02">]>

will result in a joined table with all the records from comments table. Thus if you do

Comment.includes(:user).where("comment.user_id is null")
#=> #<ActiveRecord::Relation [#<Comment id: 4, content: "Hi This is an anonymous comment!", user_id: nil, created_at: "2014-11-12 18:31:02", updated_at: "2014-11-12 18:31:02">]>

it will fetch records where comments.user_id is nil as shown.

Moreover includes loads both the tables in the memory. Thus if you do

comment_1 = Comment.includes(:user).first

comment_1.user.age
#=> 24

As you can notice comment_1.user.age simply loads the result from memory without firing a database query in the background.

How to get number of rows using SqlDataReader in C#

There are only two options:

  • Find out by reading all rows (and then you might as well store them)

  • run a specialized SELECT COUNT(*) query beforehand.

Going twice through the DataReader loop is really expensive, you would have to re-execute the query.

And (thanks to Pete OHanlon) the second option is only concurrency-safe when you use a transaction with a Snapshot isolation level.

Since you want to end up storing all rows in memory anyway the only sensible option is to read all rows in a flexible storage (List<> or DataTable) and then copy the data to any format you want. The in-memory operation will always be much more efficient.

Is there a RegExp.escape function in JavaScript?

Another (much safer) approach is to escape all the characters (and not just a few special ones that we currently know) using the unicode escape format \u{code}:

function escapeRegExp(text) {
    return Array.from(text)
           .map(char => `\\u{${char.charCodeAt(0).toString(16)}}`)
           .join('');
}

console.log(escapeRegExp('a.b')); // '\u{61}\u{2e}\u{62}'

Please note that you need to pass the u flag for this method to work:

var expression = new RegExp(escapeRegExp(usersString), 'u');

Laravel Request::all() Should Not Be Called Statically

i make it work with a scope definition

public function pagar(\Illuminate\Http\Request $request) { //

Binary Data Posting with curl

You don't need --header "Content-Length: $LENGTH".

curl --request POST --data-binary "@template_entry.xml" $URL

Note that GET request does not support content body widely.

Also remember that POST request have 2 different coding schema. This is first form:

  $ nc -l -p 6666 &
  $ curl  --request POST --data-binary "@README" http://localhost:6666

POST / HTTP/1.1
User-Agent: curl/7.21.0 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.21.0 OpenSSL/0.9.8o zlib/1.2.3.4 libidn/1.15 libssh2/1.2.6
Host: localhost:6666
Accept: */*
Content-Length: 9309
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Expect: 100-continue

.. -*- mode: rst; coding: cp1251; fill-column: 80 -*-
.. rst2html.py README README.html
.. contents::

You probably request this:

-F/--form name=content
           (HTTP) This lets curl emulate a filled-in form in
              which a user has pressed the submit button. This
              causes curl to POST data using the Content- Type
              multipart/form-data according to RFC2388. This
              enables uploading of binary files etc. To force the
              'content' part to be a file, prefix the file name
              with an @ sign. To just get the content part from a
              file, prefix the file name with the symbol <. The
              difference between @ and < is then that @ makes a
              file get attached in the post as a file upload,
              while the < makes a text field and just get the
              contents for that text field from a file.

Create a simple HTTP server with Java?

I'm suprised this example is'nt here:

http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-core-ga/httpcore/examples/org/apache/http/examples/ElementalHttpServer.java

EDIT >> The above link is not reachable. Here is an excerpt from the POST example followed by the link to the HTTP examples.

 if (!conn.isOpen()) {
        Socket socket = new Socket(host.getHostName(), host.getPort());
        conn.bind(socket);
    }
    BasicHttpEntityEnclosingRequest request = new
    BasicHttpEntityEnclosingRequest("POST",
    "/servlets-examples/servlet/RequestInfoExample");
    request.setEntity(requestBodies[i]);
    System.out.println(">> Request URI: " + request.getRequestLine().getUri());
    httpexecutor.preProcess(request, httpproc, coreContext);
    HttpResponse response = httpexecutor.execute(request, conn, coreContext);
    httpexecutor.postProcess(response, httpproc, coreContext);
    System.out.println("<< Response: " + response.getStatusLine());
    System.out.println(EntityUtils.toString(response.getEntity()));
    System.out.println("==============");
    if (!connStrategy.keepAlive(response, coreContext)) {
    conn.close();
    } else {
    System.out.println("Connection kept alive...");
    }

http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-core-ga/httpcore/examples/org/apache/http/examples/

How to present popover properly in iOS 8

Actually it is much simpler than that. In the storyboard you should make the viewcontroller you want to use as popover and make a viewcontroller class for it as usual. Make a segue as shown below from the object you want to open the popover, in this case the UIBarButton named "Config".

enter image description here

In the "mother viewcontroller" implement the UIPopoverPresentationControllerDelegate and the delegate method:

func popoverPresentationControllerDidDismissPopover(popoverPresentationController: UIPopoverPresentationController) {
    //do som stuff from the popover
}

Override the prepareForSeque method like this:

override func prepare(for segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: Any?) {
     //segue for the popover configuration window
    if segue.identifier == "yourSegueIdentifierForPopOver" {
        if let controller = segue.destinationViewController as? UIViewController {
            controller.popoverPresentationController!.delegate = self
            controller.preferredContentSize = CGSize(width: 320, height: 186)
        }
    }
}

And you're done. And you can now treat the popover view as any other view, ie. add fields and what not! And you get hold of the the content controller by using the popoverPresentationController.presentedViewController method in the UIPopoverPresentationController.

Also on an iPhone you would have to overwrite

func adaptivePresentationStyle(for controller: UIPresentationController) -> UIModalPresentationStyle {

        return UIModalPresentationStyle.none
    } 

How to check all checkboxes using jQuery?

function chek_al_indi(id)
{
    var k = id;
    var cnt_descriptiv_indictr = eval($('#cnt_descriptiv_indictr').val());
    var std_cnt = 10;

    if ($('#'+ k).is(":checked"))
    {
        for (var i = 1; i <= std_cnt; i++)  
        {
            $("#chk"+ k).attr('checked',true);  
            k = k + cnt_descriptiv_indictr;
        }
    }

    if ($('#'+ k).is(":not(:checked)"))
    {
        for (var i = 1; i <= std_cnt; i++)  
        {
            $("#chk"+ k).attr('checked',false);     
            k = k + cnt_descriptiv_indictr;
        }       
    }
}

How to place object files in separate subdirectory

None of these answers seemed simple enough - the crux of the problem is not having to rebuild:

makefile

OBJDIR=out
VPATH=$(OBJDIR)

# make will look in VPATH to see if the target needs to be rebuilt
test: moo
    touch $(OBJDIR)/$@

example use

touch moo
# creates out/test
make test
# doesn't update out/test
make test
# will now update test
touch moo
make test

Best way to test if a row exists in a MySQL table

I have made some researches on this subject recently. The way to implement it has to be different if the field is a TEXT field, a non unique field.

I have made some tests with a TEXT field. Considering the fact that we have a table with 1M entries. 37 entries are equal to 'something':

  • SELECT * FROM test WHERE text LIKE '%something%' LIMIT 1 with mysql_num_rows() : 0.039061069488525s. (FASTER)
  • SELECT count(*) as count FROM test WHERE text LIKE '%something% : 16.028197050095s.
  • SELECT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM test WHERE text LIKE '%something%') : 0.87045907974243s.
  • SELECT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM test WHERE text LIKE '%something%' LIMIT 1) : 0.044898986816406s.

But now, with a BIGINT PK field, only one entry is equal to '321321' :

  • SELECT * FROM test2 WHERE id ='321321' LIMIT 1 with mysql_num_rows() : 0.0089840888977051s.
  • SELECT count(*) as count FROM test2 WHERE id ='321321' : 0.00033879280090332s.
  • SELECT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM test2 WHERE id ='321321') : 0.00023889541625977s.
  • SELECT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM test2 WHERE id ='321321' LIMIT 1) : 0.00020313262939453s. (FASTER)

Drop multiple tables in one shot in MySQL

Example:

Let's say table A has two children B and C. Then we can use the following syntax to drop all tables.

DROP TABLE IF EXISTS B,C,A;

This can be placed in the beginning of the script instead of individually dropping each table.

Multiple INNER JOIN SQL ACCESS

Thanks HansUp for your answer, it is very helpful and it works!

I found three patterns working in Access, yours is the best, because it works in all cases.

  • INNER JOIN, your variant. I will call it "closed set pattern". It is possible to join more than two tables to the same table with good performance only with this pattern.

    SELECT C_Name, cr.P_FirstName+" "+cr.P_SurName AS ClassRepresentativ, cr2.P_FirstName+" "+cr2.P_SurName AS ClassRepresentativ2nd
    FROM
         ((class
           INNER JOIN person AS cr 
           ON class.C_P_ClassRep=cr.P_Nr
         )
         INNER JOIN person AS cr2
         ON class.C_P_ClassRep2nd=cr2.P_Nr
      )
    

    ;

  • INNER JOIN "chained-set pattern"

    SELECT C_Name, cr.P_FirstName+" "+cr.P_SurName AS ClassRepresentativ, cr2.P_FirstName+" "+cr2.P_SurName AS ClassRepresentativ2nd
    FROM person AS cr
    INNER JOIN ( class 
       INNER JOIN ( person AS cr2
       ) ON class.C_P_ClassRep2nd=cr2.P_Nr
    ) ON class.C_P_ClassRep=cr.P_Nr
    ;
    
  • CROSS JOIN with WHERE

    SELECT C_Name, cr.P_FirstName+" "+cr.P_SurName AS ClassRepresentativ, cr2.P_FirstName+" "+cr2.P_SurName AS ClassRepresentativ2nd
    FROM class, person AS cr, person AS cr2
    WHERE class.C_P_ClassRep=cr.P_Nr AND class.C_P_ClassRep2nd=cr2.P_Nr
    ;
    

How to add a browser tab icon (favicon) for a website?

  1. Use a tool to convert your png to a ico file. You can search "favicon generator" and you can find many online tools.
  2. Place the ico address in the head with a link-tag:

    <link rel="shortcut icon" href="http://sstatic.net/stackoverflow/img/favicon.ico">
    

Could not establish trust relationship for SSL/TLS secure channel -- SOAP

The very simple "catch all" solution is this:

System.Net.ServicePointManager.ServerCertificateValidationCallback = delegate { return true; };

The solution from sebastian-castaldi is a bit more detailed.

Twitter bootstrap collapse: change display of toggle button

I liked the CSS-only solution from PSL, but in my case I needed to include some HTML in the button, and the content CSS property is showing the raw HTML with tags in this case.

In case that could help someone else, I've forked his fiddle to cover my use case: http://jsfiddle.net/brunoalla/99j11h40/2/

HTML:

<div class="row-fluid summary">
    <div class="span11">
        <h2>MyHeading</h2>  
    </div>
    <div class="span1">
        <button class="btn btn-success collapsed" data-toggle="collapse" data-target="#intro">
            <span class="show-ctrl">
                <i class="fa fa-chevron-down"></i> Expand
            </span>
            <span class="hide-ctrl">
                <i class="fa fa-chevron-up"></i> Collapse
            </span>            
        </button>
    </div>
</div>
<div class="row-fluid summary">
    <div id="intro" class="collapse"> 
        Here comes the text...
    </div>
</div>

CSS:

button.btn .show-ctrl{
    display: none;
}
button.btn .hide-ctrl{
    display: block;
}
button.btn.collapsed .show-ctrl{
    display: block;
}
button.btn.collapsed .hide-ctrl{
    display: none;
}

PHP file_get_contents() returns "failed to open stream: HTTP request failed!"

This is what worked for me... I did not use curl.

I was able to access a particular API url via browser, but when used in file_get_contents, it gave the error " failed to open stream".

Then, I modified the API URL that I wanted to call by encoding all double quotes with urlencoding and kept everything else untouched.

Sample format is given below:

$url = 'https://stackoverflow.com/questions'.urlencode('"'.$variable1.'"');

Then use

file_get_contents($url);

Getting the 'external' IP address in Java

All this are still up and working smoothly! (as of 23 Sep 2019)

Piece of advice: Do not direcly depend only on one of them; try to use one but have a contigency plan considering others! The more you use, the better!

Good luck!

Custom seekbar (thumb size, color and background)

All done in XML (no .png images). The clever bit is border_shadow.xml.

All about the vectors these days...

Screenshot:

seekbar
This is your SeekBar (res/layout/???.xml):

SeekBar

<SeekBar
    android:id="@+id/seekBar_luminosite"
    android:layout_width="300dp"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"        
    android:progress="@integer/luminosite_defaut"
    android:progressDrawable="@drawable/seekbar_style"
    android:thumb="@drawable/custom_thumb"/>

Let's make it stylish (so you can easily customize it later):

style

res/drawable/seekbar_style.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layer-list xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" >
    <item 
        android:id="@android:id/background" 
        android:drawable="@drawable/border_shadow" >
    </item>

    <item 
        android:id="@android:id/progress" > 
        <clip 
            android:drawable="@drawable/seekbar_progress" />
    </item>
</layer-list>

thumb

res/drawable/custom_thumb.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layer-list xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <item>
        <shape android:shape="oval">
            <solid android:color="@color/colorDekraOrange"/>
            <size
                android:width="35dp"
                android:height="35dp"/>
        </shape>
    </item>   
</layer-list>

progress

res/drawable/seekbar_progress.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layer-list 
    xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" >
    <item 
        android:id="@+id/progressshape" >
        <clip>
            <shape 
                android:shape="rectangle" >
                <size android:height="5dp"/>
                <corners 
                    android:radius="5dp" />
                <solid android:color="@color/colorDekraYellow"/>        
            </shape>
        </clip>
    </item>
</layer-list>

shadow

res/drawable/border_shadow.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layer-list xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">       
    <item>      
        <shape> 
            <corners 
                android:radius="5dp" />
            <gradient
                android:angle="270"
                android:startColor="#33000000"
                android:centerColor="#11000000"
                android:endColor="#11000000"
                android:centerY="0.2"
                android:type="linear"
            />          
        </shape> 
    </item>
</layer-list>

VS2010 command prompt gives error: Cannot determine the location of the VS Common Tools folder

I had this problem when I installed something that created a user environment PATH variable. My TeamCity build agent was running as a service under my own username and it found the user PATH variable instead of the machine PATH variable. With the wrong path variable, it couldn't find much of anything and gave this error.

How to pass arguments to entrypoint in docker-compose.yml

To override the default entrypoint, use entrypoint option. To pass the arguments use command.

Here is the example of replacing bash with sh in ubuntu image:

version: '3'
services:
  sh:
    entrypoint: /bin/sh
    command: -c "ps $$(echo $$$$)"
    image: ubuntu
    tty: true
  bash:
    entrypoint: /bin/bash
    command: -c "ps $$(echo $$$$)"
    image: ubuntu
    tty: true

Here is the output:

$ docker-compose up   
Starting test_sh_1                ... done
Starting 020211508a29_test_bash_1 ... done
Attaching to test_sh_1, 020211508a29_test_bash_1
sh_1    |   PID TTY      STAT   TIME COMMAND
sh_1    |     1 pts/0    Ss+    0:00 /bin/sh -c ps $(echo $$)
020211508a29_test_bash_1 |   PID TTY      STAT   TIME COMMAND
020211508a29_test_bash_1 |     1 pts/0    Rs+    0:00 ps 1

Pass accepts header parameter to jquery ajax

You had already identified the accepts parameter as the one you wanted and keyur is right in showing you the correct way to set it, but if you set DataType to "json" then it will automatically set the default value of accepts to the value you want as per the jQuery reference. So all you need is:

jQuery.ajax({
    url: _this.attr('href'),
    dataType: "json"
});

Recursively looping through an object to build a property list

UPDATE: JUST USE JSON.stringify to print objects on screen!

All you need is this line:

document.body.innerHTML = '<pre>' + JSON.stringify(ObjectWithSubObjects, null, "\t") + '</pre>';

This is my older version of printing objects recursively on screen:

 var previousStack = '';
    var output = '';
    function objToString(obj, stack) {
        for (var property in obj) {
            var tab = '&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;';
            if (obj.hasOwnProperty(property)) {
                if (typeof obj[property] === 'object' && typeof stack === 'undefined') {
                    config = objToString(obj[property], property);
                } else {
                    if (typeof stack !== 'undefined' && stack !== null && stack === previousStack) {
                        output = output.substring(0, output.length - 1);  // remove last }
                        output += tab + '<span>' + property + ': ' + obj[property] + '</span><br />'; // insert property
                        output += '}';   // add last } again
                    } else {
                        if (typeof stack !== 'undefined') {
                            output += stack + ': {  <br />' + tab;
                        }
                        output += '<span>' + property + ': ' + obj[property] + '</span><br />';
                        if (typeof stack !== 'undefined') {
                            output += '}';
                        }
                    }
                    previousStack = stack;
                }
            }
        }
        return output;
    }

Usage:

document.body.innerHTML = objToString(ObjectWithSubObjects);

Example output:

cache: false
position: fixed
effect: { 
    fade: false
    fall: true
}

Obviously this can be improved by adding comma's when needed and quotes from string values. But this was good enough for my case.

C# Passing Function as Argument

public static T Runner<T>(Func<T> funcToRun)
{
    //Do stuff before running function as normal
    return funcToRun();
}

Usage:

var ReturnValue = Runner(() => GetUser(99));

How to implement the --verbose or -v option into a script?

What I need is a function which prints an object (obj), but only if global variable verbose is true, else it does nothing.

I want to be able to change the global parameter "verbose" at any time. Simplicity and readability to me are of paramount importance. So I would proceed as the following lines indicate:

ak@HP2000:~$ python3
Python 3.4.3 (default, Oct 14 2015, 20:28:29) 
[GCC 4.8.4] on linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> verbose = True
>>> def vprint(obj):
...     if verbose:
...         print(obj)
...     return
... 
>>> vprint('Norm and I')
Norm and I
>>> verbose = False
>>> vprint('I and Norm')
>>> 

Global variable "verbose" can be set from the parameter list, too.

Align image to left of text on same line - Twitter Bootstrap3

I would use Bootstrap's grid to achieve the desired result. The class="img-responsive" works nicely. Something like:

    <div class="container-fluid">
        <div class="row">
            <div class="col-md-3"><img src="./pictures/placeholder.jpg" class="img-responsive" alt="Some picture" width="410" height="307"></div>
            <div class="col-md-9"><h1>Heading</h1><p>Your Information.</p></div>
        </div>
    </div>

Python Pylab scatter plot error bars (the error on each point is unique)

This is almost like the other answer but you don't need a scatter plot at all, you can simply specify a scatter-plot-like format (fmt-parameter) for errorbar:

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
x = [1, 2, 3, 4]
y = [1, 4, 9, 16]
e = [0.5, 1., 1.5, 2.]
plt.errorbar(x, y, yerr=e, fmt='o')
plt.show()

Result:

enter image description here

A list of the avaiable fmt parameters can be found for example in the plot documentation:

character   description
'-'     solid line style
'--'    dashed line style
'-.'    dash-dot line style
':'     dotted line style
'.'     point marker
','     pixel marker
'o'     circle marker
'v'     triangle_down marker
'^'     triangle_up marker
'<'     triangle_left marker
'>'     triangle_right marker
'1'     tri_down marker
'2'     tri_up marker
'3'     tri_left marker
'4'     tri_right marker
's'     square marker
'p'     pentagon marker
'*'     star marker
'h'     hexagon1 marker
'H'     hexagon2 marker
'+'     plus marker
'x'     x marker
'D'     diamond marker
'd'     thin_diamond marker
'|'     vline marker
'_'     hline marker

What's the effect of adding 'return false' to a click event listener?

I am surprised that no one mentioned onmousedown instead of onclick. The

onclick='return false'

does not catch the browser's default behaviour resulting in (sometimes unwanted) text selection occurring for mousedown but

onmousedown='return false'

does.

In other words, when I click on a button, its text sometimes becomes accidentally selected changing the look of the button, that may be unwanted. That is the default behaviour that we are trying to prevent here. However, the mousedown event is registered before click, so if you only prevent that behaviour inside your click handler, it will not affect the unwanted selection arising from the mousedown event. So the text still gets selected. However, preventing default for the mousedown event will do the job.

See also event.preventDefault() vs. return false

Relative instead of Absolute paths in Excel VBA

Just to clarify what yalestar said, this will give you the relative path:

Workbooks.Open FileName:= ThisWorkbook.Path & "\TRICATEndurance Summary.html"

How can I test an AngularJS service from the console?

@JustGoscha's answer is spot on, but that's a lot to type when I want access, so I added this to the bottom of my app.js. Then all I have to type is x = getSrv('$http') to get the http service.

// @if DEBUG
function getSrv(name, element) {
    element = element || '*[ng-app]';
    return angular.element(element).injector().get(name);
}
// @endif

It adds it to the global scope but only in debug mode. I put it inside the @if DEBUG so that I don't end up with it in the production code. I use this method to remove debug code from prouduction builds.

How to convert a PIL Image into a numpy array?

Convert Numpy to PIL image and PIL to Numpy

import numpy as np
from PIL import Image

def pilToNumpy(img):
    return np.array(img)

def NumpyToPil(img):
    return Image.fromarray(img)

How do you generate dynamic (parameterized) unit tests in Python?

This solution works with unittest and nose for Python 2 and Python 3:

#!/usr/bin/env python
import unittest

def make_function(description, a, b):
    def ghost(self):
        self.assertEqual(a, b, description)
    print(description)
    ghost.__name__ = 'test_{0}'.format(description)
    return ghost


class TestsContainer(unittest.TestCase):
    pass

testsmap = {
    'foo': [1, 1],
    'bar': [1, 2],
    'baz': [5, 5]}

def generator():
    for name, params in testsmap.iteritems():
        test_func = make_function(name, params[0], params[1])
        setattr(TestsContainer, 'test_{0}'.format(name), test_func)

generator()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    unittest.main()

python numpy ValueError: operands could not be broadcast together with shapes

You are looking for np.matmul(X, y). In Python 3.5+ you can use X @ y.

How to set UITextField height?

This is quite simple.

yourtextfield.frame = CGRectMake (yourXAxis, yourYAxis, yourWidth, yourHeight);

Declare your textfield as a gloabal property & change its frame where ever you want to do it in your code.

Happy Coding!

Reload .profile in bash shell script (in unix)?

The bash script runs in a separate subshell. In order to make this work you will need to source this other script as well.

How to Exit a Method without Exiting the Program?

If the function is a void, ending the function will return. Otherwise, you need to do an explicit return someValue. As Mark mentioned, you can also throw an exception. What's the context of your question? Do you have a larger code sample with which to show you some ways to exit the function?

Exploitable PHP functions

I know move_uploaded_file has been mentioned, but file uploading in general is very dangerous. Just the presence of $_FILES should raise some concern.

It's quite possible to embed PHP code into any type of file. Images can be especially vulnerable with text comments. The problem is particularly troublesome if the code accepts the extension found within the $_FILES data as-is.

For example, a user could upload a valid PNG file with embedded PHP code as "foo.php". If the script is particularly naive, it may actually copy the file as "/uploads/foo.php". If the server is configured to allow script execution in user upload directories (often the case, and a terrible oversight), then you instantly can run any arbitrary PHP code. (Even if the image is saved as .png, it might be possible to get the code to execute via other security flaws.)

A (non-exhaustive) list of things to check on uploads:

  • Make sure to analyze the contents to make sure the upload is the type it claims to be
  • Save the file with a known, safe file extension that will not ever be executed
  • Make sure PHP (and any other code execution) is disabled in user upload directories

Fit image into ImageView, keep aspect ratio and then resize ImageView to image dimensions?

Edited Jarno Argillanders answer:

How to fit Image with your Width and Height:

1) Initialize ImageView and set Image:

iv = (ImageView) findViewById(R.id.iv_image);
iv.setImageBitmap(image);

2) Now resize:

scaleImage(iv);

Edited scaleImage method: (you can replace EXPECTED bounding values)

private void scaleImage(ImageView view) {
    Drawable drawing = view.getDrawable();
    if (drawing == null) {
        return;
    }
    Bitmap bitmap = ((BitmapDrawable) drawing).getBitmap();

    int width = bitmap.getWidth();
    int height = bitmap.getHeight();
    int xBounding = ((View) view.getParent()).getWidth();//EXPECTED WIDTH
    int yBounding = ((View) view.getParent()).getHeight();//EXPECTED HEIGHT

    float xScale = ((float) xBounding) / width;
    float yScale = ((float) yBounding) / height;

    Matrix matrix = new Matrix();
    matrix.postScale(xScale, yScale);

    Bitmap scaledBitmap = Bitmap.createBitmap(bitmap, 0, 0, width, height, matrix, true);
    width = scaledBitmap.getWidth();
    height = scaledBitmap.getHeight();
    BitmapDrawable result = new BitmapDrawable(context.getResources(), scaledBitmap);

    view.setImageDrawable(result);

    LinearLayout.LayoutParams params = (LinearLayout.LayoutParams) view.getLayoutParams(); 
    params.width = width;
    params.height = height;
    view.setLayoutParams(params);
}

And .xml:

<ImageView
    android:id="@+id/iv_image"
    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:layout_gravity="center_horizontal" />

Replacing a 32-bit loop counter with 64-bit introduces crazy performance deviations with _mm_popcnt_u64 on Intel CPUs

Have you tried passing -funroll-loops -fprefetch-loop-arrays to GCC?

I get the following results with these additional optimizations:

[1829] /tmp/so_25078285 $ cat /proc/cpuinfo |grep CPU|head -n1
model name      : Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3225 CPU @ 3.30GHz
[1829] /tmp/so_25078285 $ g++ --version|head -n1
g++ (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.7.3-1ubuntu1) 4.7.3

[1829] /tmp/so_25078285 $ g++ -O3 -march=native -std=c++11 test.cpp -o test_o3
[1829] /tmp/so_25078285 $ g++ -O3 -march=native -funroll-loops -fprefetch-loop-arrays -std=c++11     test.cpp -o test_o3_unroll_loops__and__prefetch_loop_arrays

[1829] /tmp/so_25078285 $ ./test_o3 1
unsigned        41959360000     0.595 sec       17.6231 GB/s
uint64_t        41959360000     0.898626 sec    11.6687 GB/s

[1829] /tmp/so_25078285 $ ./test_o3_unroll_loops__and__prefetch_loop_arrays 1
unsigned        41959360000     0.618222 sec    16.9612 GB/s
uint64_t        41959360000     0.407304 sec    25.7443 GB/s

Spring 5.0.3 RequestRejectedException: The request was rejected because the URL was not normalized

In my case, upgraded from spring-securiy-web 3.1.3 to 4.2.12, the defaultHttpFirewall was changed from DefaultHttpFirewall to StrictHttpFirewall by default. So just define it in XML configuration like below:

<bean id="defaultHttpFirewall" class="org.springframework.security.web.firewall.DefaultHttpFirewall"/>
<sec:http-firewall ref="defaultHttpFirewall"/>

set HTTPFirewall as DefaultHttpFirewall

Can an angular directive pass arguments to functions in expressions specified in the directive's attributes?

If you declare your callback as mentioned by @lex82 like

callback = "callback(item.id, arg2)"

You can call the callback method in the directive scope with object map and it would do the binding correctly. Like

scope.callback({arg2:"some value"});

without requiring for $parse. See my fiddle(console log) http://jsfiddle.net/k7czc/2/

Update: There is a small example of this in the documentation:

& or &attr - provides a way to execute an expression in the context of the parent scope. If no attr name is specified then the attribute name is assumed to be the same as the local name. Given and widget definition of scope: { localFn:'&myAttr' }, then isolate scope property localFn will point to a function wrapper for the count = count + value expression. Often it's desirable to pass data from the isolated scope via an expression and to the parent scope, this can be done by passing a map of local variable names and values into the expression wrapper fn. For example, if the expression is increment(amount) then we can specify the amount value by calling the localFn as localFn({amount: 22}).

Pandas read in table without headers

Previous answers were good and correct, but in my opinion, an extra names parameter will make it perfect, and it should be the recommended way, especially when the csv has no headers.

Solution

Use usecols and names parameters

df = pd.read_csv(file_path, usecols=[3,6], names=['colA', 'colB'])

Additional reading

or use header=None to explicitly tells people that the csv has no headers (anyway both lines are identical)

df = pd.read_csv(file_path, usecols=[3,6], names=['colA', 'colB'], header=None)

So that you can retrieve your data by

# with `names` parameter
df['colA']
df['colB'] 

instead of

# without `names` parameter
df[0]
df[1]

Explain

Based on read_csv, when names are passed explicitly, then header will be behaving like None instead of 0, so one can skip header=None when names exist.

How to create custom button in Android using XML Styles

Have you ever tried to create the background shape for any buttons?

Check this out below:

Below is the separated image from your image of a button.

enter image description here

Now, put that in your ImageButton for android:src "source" like so:

android:src="@drawable/twitter"

Now, just create shape of the ImageButton to have a black shader background.

android:background="@drawable/button_shape"

and the button_shape is the xml file in drawable resource:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<shape 
    xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <stroke 
        android:width="1dp" 
        android:color="#505050"/>
    <corners 
        android:radius="7dp" />

    <padding 
        android:left="1dp"
        android:right="1dp"
        android:top="1dp"
        android:bottom="1dp"/>

    <solid android:color="#505050"/>

</shape>

Just try to implement it with this. You might need to change the color value as per your requirement.

Let me know if it doesn't work.

How do I close a single buffer (out of many) in Vim?

Rather than browse the ouput of the :ls command and delete (unload, wipe..) a buffer by specifying its number, I find that using file names is often more effective.

For instance, after I opened a couple of .txt file to refresh my memories of some fine point.. copy and paste a few lines of text to use as a template of sorts.. etc. I would type the following:

:bd txt <Tab>

Note that the matching string does not have to be at the start of the file name.

The above displays the list of file names that match 'txt' at the bottom of the screen and keeps the :bd command I initially typed untouched, ready to be completed.

Here's an example:

doc1.txt doc2.txt
:bd txt 

I could backspace over the 'txt' bit and type in the file name I wish to delete, but where this becomes really convenient is that I don't have to: if I hit the Tab key a second time, Vim automatically completes my command with the first match:

:bd doc1.txt

If I want to get rid of this particular buffer I just need to hit Enter.

And if the buffer I want to delete happens to be the second (third.. etc.) match, I only need to keep hitting the Tab key to make my :bd command cycle through the list of matches.

Naturally, this method can also be used to switch to a given buffer via such commands as :b.. :sb.. etc.

This approach is particularly useful when the 'hidden' Vim option is set, because the buffer list can quickly become quite large, covering several screens, and making it difficult to spot the particular buffer I am looking for.

To make the most of this feature, it's probably best to read the following Vim help file and tweak the behavior of Tab command-line completion accordingly so that it best suits your workflow:

:help wildmode

The behavior I described above results from the following setting, which I chose for consistency's sake in order to emulate bash completion:

:set wildmode=list:longest,full

As opposed to using buffer numbers, the merit of this approach is that I usually remember at least part of a given file name letting me target the buffer directly rather than having to first look up its number via the :ls command.

Java: Unresolved compilation problem

I got this error multiple times and struggled to work out. Finally, I removed the run configuration and re-added the default entries. It worked beautifully.

How to make Visual Studio copy a DLL file to the output directory?

The details in the comments section above did not work for me (VS 2013) when trying to copy the output dll from one C++ project to the release and debug folder of another C# project within the same solution.

I had to add the following post build-action (right click on the project that has a .dll output) then properties -> configuration properties -> build events -> post-build event -> command line

now I added these two lines to copy the output dll into the two folders:

xcopy /y $(TargetPath) $(SolutionDir)aeiscontroller\bin\Release
xcopy /y $(TargetPath) $(SolutionDir)aeiscontroller\bin\Debug

How to check if a number is between two values?

I had a moment, so, although you've already accepted an answer, I thought I'd contribute the following:

_x000D_
_x000D_
Number.prototype.between = function(a, b) {_x000D_
  var min = Math.min.apply(Math, [a, b]),_x000D_
    max = Math.max.apply(Math, [a, b]);_x000D_
  return this > min && this < max;_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
var windowSize = 550;_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(windowSize.between(500, 600));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

JS Fiddle demo.

Or, if you'd prefer to have the option to check a number is in the defined range including the end-points:

_x000D_
_x000D_
Number.prototype.between = function(a, b, inclusive) {_x000D_
  var min = Math.min.apply(Math, [a, b]),_x000D_
    max = Math.max.apply(Math, [a, b]);_x000D_
  return inclusive ? this >= min && this <= max : this > min && this < max;_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
var windowSize = 500;_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(windowSize.between(500, 603, true));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

JS Fiddle demo.

Edited to add a minor amendment to the above, given that – as noted in the comments –

Function.prototype.apply() is slow! Besides calling it when you have a fixed amount of arguments is pointless…

it was worth removing the use of Function.prototype.apply(), which yields the amended versions of the above methods, firstly without the 'inclusive' option:

_x000D_
_x000D_
Number.prototype.between = function(a, b) {_x000D_
  var min = Math.min(a, b),_x000D_
    max = Math.max(a, b);_x000D_
_x000D_
  return this > min && this < max;_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
var windowSize = 550;_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(windowSize.between(500, 600));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

JS Fiddle demo.

And with the 'inclusive' option:

_x000D_
_x000D_
Number.prototype.between = function(a, b, inclusive) {_x000D_
  var min = Math.min(a, b),_x000D_
    max = Math.max(a, b);_x000D_
_x000D_
  return inclusive ? this >= min && this <= max : this > min && this < max;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
var windowSize = 500;_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(windowSize.between(500, 603, true));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

JS Fiddle demo.

References:

How to convert rdd object to dataframe in spark

Suppose you have a DataFrame and you want to do some modification on the fields data by converting it to RDD[Row].

val aRdd = aDF.map(x=>Row(x.getAs[Long]("id"),x.getAs[List[String]]("role").head))

To convert back to DataFrame from RDD we need to define the structure type of the RDD.

If the datatype was Long then it will become as LongType in structure.

If String then StringType in structure.

val aStruct = new StructType(Array(StructField("id",LongType,nullable = true),StructField("role",StringType,nullable = true)))

Now you can convert the RDD to DataFrame using the createDataFrame method.

val aNamedDF = sqlContext.createDataFrame(aRdd,aStruct)

Java switch statement: Constant expression required, but it IS constant

Got this error in Android while doing something like this:

 roleSpinner.setOnItemSelectedListener(new AdapterView.OnItemSelectedListener() {
        @Override
        public void onItemSelected(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {

            switch (parent.getItemAtPosition(position)) {
                case ADMIN_CONSTANT: //Threw the error

            }

despite declaring a constant:

public static final String ADMIN_CONSTANT= "Admin";

I resolved the issue by changing my code to this:

roleSpinner.setOnItemSelectedListener(new AdapterView.OnItemSelectedListener() {
        @Override
        public void onItemSelected(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {

            String selectedItem = String.valueOf(parent.getItemAtPosition(position));
            switch (selectedItem) {
                case ADMIN_CONSTANT:

            }

How to run wget inside Ubuntu Docker image?

You need to install it first. Create a new Dockerfile, and install wget in it:

FROM ubuntu:14.04
RUN  apt-get update \
  && apt-get install -y wget \
  && rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/*

Then, build that image:

docker build -t my-ubuntu .

Finally, run it:

docker run my-ubuntu wget https://downloads-packages.s3.amazonaws.com/ubuntu-14.04/gitlab_7.8.2-omnibus.1-1_amd64.deb

How to fix "unable to write 'random state' " in openssl

just enter this line in the command line :

set RANDFILE=.rnd

Merge two json/javascript arrays in to one array

Maybe, you can use the array syntax of javascript :

var finalObj =[json1 , json2]

How to work with progress indicator in flutter?

For me, one neat way to do this is to show a SnackBar at the bottom while the Signing-In process is taken place, this is a an example of what I mean:

enter image description here

Here is how to setup the SnackBar.

Define a global key for your Scaffold

final GlobalKey<ScaffoldState> _scaffoldKey = new GlobalKey<ScaffoldState>();

Add it to your Scaffold key attribute

return new Scaffold(
      key: _scaffoldKey,
.......

My SignIn button onPressed callback:

onPressed: () {
                  _scaffoldKey.currentState.showSnackBar(
                      new SnackBar(duration: new Duration(seconds: 4), content:
                      new Row(
                        children: <Widget>[
                          new CircularProgressIndicator(),
                          new Text("  Signing-In...")
                        ],
                      ),
                      ));
                  _handleSignIn()
                      .whenComplete(() =>
                      Navigator.of(context).pushNamed("/Home")
                  );
                }

It really depends on how you want to build your layout, and I am not sure what you have in mind.

Edit

You probably want it this way, I have used a Stack to achieve this result and just show or hide my indicator based on onPressed

enter image description here

class TestSignInView extends StatefulWidget {
  @override
  _TestSignInViewState createState() => new _TestSignInViewState();
}


class _TestSignInViewState extends State<TestSignInView> {
  bool _load = false;
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    Widget loadingIndicator =_load? new Container(
      color: Colors.grey[300],
      width: 70.0,
      height: 70.0,
      child: new Padding(padding: const EdgeInsets.all(5.0),child: new Center(child: new CircularProgressIndicator())),
    ):new Container();
    return new Scaffold(
      backgroundColor: Colors.white,
      body:  new Stack(children: <Widget>[new Padding(
        padding: const EdgeInsets.symmetric(vertical: 50.0, horizontal: 20.0),
        child: new ListView(

          children: <Widget>[
            new Column(
              mainAxisAlignment: MainAxisAlignment.center,
              crossAxisAlignment: CrossAxisAlignment.center
              ,children: <Widget>[
            new TextField(),
            new TextField(),

            new FlatButton(color:Colors.blue,child: new Text('Sign In'),
                onPressed: () {
              setState((){
                _load=true;
              });

                  //Navigator.of(context).push(new MaterialPageRoute(builder: (_)=>new HomeTest()));
                }
            ),

            ],),],
        ),),
        new Align(child: loadingIndicator,alignment: FractionalOffset.center,),

      ],));
  }

}

Using regular expressions to do mass replace in Notepad++ and Vim

In Notepad++ :

<option value value='1' >A
<option value value='2' >B
<option value value='3' >C
<option value value='4' >D


Find what: (.*)(>)(.)
Replace with: \3

Replace All


A
B
C
D

Create a dropdown component

This might not exactly you want but I've used jquery smartmenu(https://github.com/vadikom/smartmenus) to build a ng2 dropdown menu.

 $('#main-menu').smartmenus();

http://plnkr.co/edit/wLqLUoBQYgcDwOgSoRfF?p=preview https://github.com/Longfld/DynamicaLoadMultiLevelDropDownMenu

PHP - include a php file and also send query parameters

In the file you include, wrap the html in a function.

<?php function($myVar) {?>
    <div>
        <?php echo $myVar; ?>
    </div>
<?php } ?>

In the file where you want it to be included, include the file and then call the function with the parameters you want.

python: how to send mail with TO, CC and BCC?

Email headers don't matter to the smtp server. Just add the CC and BCC recipients to the toaddrs when you send your email. For CC, add them to the CC header.

toaddr = '[email protected]'
cc = ['[email protected]','[email protected]']
bcc = ['[email protected]']
fromaddr = '[email protected]'
message_subject = "disturbance in sector 7"
message_text = "Three are dead in an attack in the sewers below sector 7."
message = "From: %s\r\n" % fromaddr
        + "To: %s\r\n" % toaddr
        + "CC: %s\r\n" % ",".join(cc)
        + "Subject: %s\r\n" % message_subject
        + "\r\n" 
        + message_text
toaddrs = [toaddr] + cc + bcc
server = smtplib.SMTP('smtp.sunnydale.k12.ca.us')
server.set_debuglevel(1)
server.sendmail(fromaddr, toaddrs, message)
server.quit()

What operator is <> in VBA

It is the "not equal" operator, i.e. the equivalent of != in pretty much every other language.

Error: class X is public should be declared in a file named X.java

The answer is quite simple. It lies in your admin rights. before compiling your java code you need to open the command prompt with run as administrator. then compile your code. no need to change anything in your code. the name of the class need to be the same as the name of the java file.. that's it!!

How to test that no exception is thrown?

Although this post is 6 years old now, however, a lot has changed in the Junit world. With Junit5, you can now use

org.junit.jupiter.api.Assertions.assertDoesNotThrow()

Ex:

public void thisMethodDoesNotThrowException(){
   System.out.println("Hello There");
}

@Test
public void test_thisMethodDoesNotThrowException(){
  org.junit.jupiter.api.Assertions.assertDoesNotThrow(
      ()-> thisMethodDoesNotThrowException()
    );
}

Hope it will help people who are using newer version of Junit5

Fill background color left to right CSS

A single css code on hover can do the trick: box-shadow: inset 100px 0 0 0 #e0e0e0;

A complete demo can be found in my fiddle:

https://jsfiddle.net/shuvamallick/3o0h5oka/

How to find the size of integer array

int len=sizeof(array)/sizeof(int);

Should work.

How to unnest a nested list

itertools provides the chain function for that:

From http://docs.python.org/library/itertools.html#recipes:

def flatten(listOfLists):
    "Flatten one level of nesting"
    return chain.from_iterable(listOfLists)

Note that the result is an iterable, so you may need list(flatten(...)).

Conditional formatting based on another cell's value

I've used an interesting conditional formatting in a recent file of mine and thought it would be useful to others too. So this answer is meant for completeness to the previous ones.

It should demonstrate what this amazing feature is capable of, and especially how the $ thing works.

Example table

Simple google sheets table

The color from D to G depend on the values in columns A, B and C. But the formula needs to check values that are fixed horizontally (user, start, end), and values that are fixed vertically (dates in row 1). That's where the dollar sign gets useful.

Solution

There are 2 users in the table, each with a defined color, respectively foo (blue) and bar (yellow).
We have to use the following conditional formatting rules, and apply both of them on the same range (D2:G3):

  1. =AND($A2="foo", D$1>=$B2, D$1<=$C2)
  2. =AND($A2="bar", D$1>=$B2, D$1<=$C2)

In English, the condition means:
User is name, and date of current cell is after start and before end

Notice how the only thing that changes between the 2 formulas, is the name of the user. This makes it really easy to reuse with many other users!

Explanations

Important: Variable rows and columns are relative to the start of the range. But fixed values are not affected.

It is easy to get confused with relative positions. In this example, if we had used the range D1:G3 instead of D2:G3, the color formatting would be shifted 1 row up.
To avoid that, remember that the value for variable rows and columns should correspond to the start of the containing range.

In this example, the range that contains colors is D2:G3, so the start is D2.

User, start, and end vary with rows
-> Fixed columns A B C, variable rows starting at 2: $A2, $B2, $C2

Dates vary with columns
-> Variable columns starting at D, fixed row 1: D$1

Unable to negotiate with XX.XXX.XX.XX: no matching host key type found. Their offer: ssh-dss

You can also add -oHostKeyAlgorithms=+ssh-dss in your ssh line:

ssh -oHostKeyAlgorithms=+ssh-dss user@host

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");

SQL update query using joins

You can specify additional tables used in determining how and what to update with the "FROM " clause in the UPDATE statement, like this:

update item_master
set mf_item_number = (some value)
from 
   group_master as gm
   join Manufacturar_Master as mm ON ........
where
 .... (your conditions here)

In the WHERE clause, you need to provide the conditions and join operations to bind these tables together.

Marc

How to get table cells evenly spaced?

I'm also open to suggestion on how to tidy this up, if there are any? :-)

Well, you could not use the span element, for semantic reasons. And you don't have to define the class PerformanceCell. The cells and rows can be accessed by using PerformanceTable tr {} and PerformanceTable tr {}, respectively.

For the spacing part, I have got the same problem several times. I shamefully admit I avoided the problem, so I am very curious to any answers too.

TypeError: unhashable type: 'list' when using built-in set function

    python 3.2


    >>>> from itertools import chain
    >>>> eg=sorted(list(set(list(chain(*eg)))), reverse=True)
        [7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1]


   ##### eg contain 2 list within a list. so if you want to use set() function
   you should flatten the list like [1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, 7]

   >>> res= list(chain(*eg))       # [1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, 7]                   
   >>> res1= set(res)                    #   [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]
   >>> res1= sorted(res1,reverse=True)

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

You have most of the code…

CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER for curl_setopt() takes an array with each header as an element. You have one element with multiple headers.

You also need to add the Authorization header to your $header array.

$header = array();
$header[] = 'Content-length: 0';
$header[] = 'Content-type: application/json';
$header[] = 'Authorization: OAuth SomeHugeOAuthaccess_tokenThatIReceivedAsAString';

Programmatically go back to the previous fragment in the backstack

When we are updating/add the fragments,

Should Include the .addToBackStack().

getSupportFragmentManager().beginTransaction()
    .add(detailFragment, "detail") // Add this transaction to the back stack (name is an optional name for this back stack state, or null).
    .addToBackStack(null)
    .commit();

After that if we give the getFragments.popBackStackImmediate() will return true if we add/update the fragments, and move back to the current screen.

How to set Oracle's Java as the default Java in Ubuntu?

If you want this environment variable available to all users and on system start then you can add the following to /etc/profile.d/java.sh (create it if necessary):

export JDK_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-7-oracle
export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-7-oracle

Then in a terminal run:

sudo chmod +x /etc/profile.d/java.sh
source /etc/profile.d/java.sh

My second question is - should it point to java-6-sun or java-6-sun-1.6.0.24 ?

It should always point to java-7-oracle as that symlinks to the latest installed one (assuming you installed Java from the Ubuntu repositories and now from the download available at oracle.com).

How do I check the operating system in Python?

If you want to know on which platform you are on out of "Linux", "Windows", or "Darwin" (Mac), without more precision, you should use:

>>> import platform
>>> platform.system()
'Linux'  # or 'Windows'/'Darwin'

The platform.system function uses uname internally.

How to overload functions in javascript?

https://github.com/jrf0110/leFunc

var getItems = leFunc({
  "string": function(id){
    // Do something
  },
  "string,object": function(id, options){
    // Do something else
  },
  "string,object,function": function(id, options, callback){
    // Do something different
    callback();
  },
  "object,string,function": function(options, message, callback){
    // Do something ca-raaaaazzzy
    callback();
  }
});

getItems("123abc"); // Calls the first function - "string"
getItems("123abc", {poop: true}); // Calls the second function - "string,object"
getItems("123abc", {butt: true}, function(){}); // Calls the third function - "string,object,function"
getItems({butt: true}, "What what?" function(){}); // Calls the fourth function - "object,string,function"

What is the difference between a framework and a library?

A library implements functionality for a narrowly-scoped purpose whereas a framework tends to be a collection of libraries providing support for a wider range of features. For example, the library System.Drawing.dll handles drawing functionality, but is only one part of the overall .NET framework.

How do I delete specific lines in Notepad++?

You can try doing a replace of #region with \n, turning extended search mode on.

SQL to LINQ Tool

Edit 7/17/2020: I cannot delete this accepted answer. It used to be good, but now it isn't. Beware really old posts, guys. I'm removing the link.

[Linqer] is a SQL to LINQ converter tool. It helps you to learn LINQ and convert your existing SQL statements.

Not every SQL statement can be converted to LINQ, but Linqer covers many different types of SQL expressions. Linqer supports both .NET languages - C# and Visual Basic.

Parse JSON in C#

I tried to use the code above but didn't work. The JSON structure returned by Google is so different and there is a very important miss in the helper function: a call to DataContractJsonSerializer.ReadObject() that actually deserializes the JSON data into the object.

Here is the code that WORKS in 2011:

using System;
using System.Runtime.Serialization;
using System.Runtime.Serialization.Json;
using System.IO;
using System.Text;
using System.Collections.Generic;

namespace <YOUR_NAMESPACE>
{
    public class JSONHelper
    {
        public static T Deserialise<T>(string json)
        {
            T obj = Activator.CreateInstance<T>();
            MemoryStream ms = new MemoryStream(Encoding.Unicode.GetBytes(json));
            DataContractJsonSerializer serialiser = new DataContractJsonSerializer(obj.GetType());
            obj = (T)serialiser.ReadObject(ms);
            ms.Close();
            return obj;
        }
    }

    public class Result
    {
        public string GsearchResultClass { get; set; }
        public string unescapedUrl { get; set; }
        public string url { get; set; }
        public string visibleUrl { get; set; }
        public string cacheUrl { get; set; }
        public string title { get; set; }
        public string titleNoFormatting { get; set; }
        public string content { get; set; }
    }

    public class Page
    {
        public string start { get; set; }
        public int label { get; set; }
    }

    public class Cursor
    {
        public string resultCount { get; set; }
        public Page[] pages { get; set; }
        public string estimatedResultCount { get; set; }
        public int currentPageIndex { get; set; }
        public string moreResultsUrl { get; set; }
        public string searchResultTime { get; set; }
    }

    public class ResponseData
    {
        public Result[] results { get; set; }
        public Cursor cursor { get; set; }
    }

    public class GoogleSearchResults
    {
        public ResponseData responseData { get; set; }
        public object responseDetails { get; set; }
        public int responseStatus { get; set; }
    }
}

To get the content of the first result, do:

GoogleSearchResults googleResults = new GoogleSearchResults();
googleResults = JSONHelper.Deserialise<GoogleSearchResults>(jsonData);
string contentOfFirstResult = googleResults.responseData.results[0].content;

enumerate() for dictionary in python

d = {0: 'zero', '0': 'ZERO', 1: 'one', '1': 'ONE'}

print("List of enumerated d= ", list(enumerate(d.items())))

output:

List of enumerated d=  [(0, (0, 'zero')), (1, ('0', 'ZERO')), (2, (1, 'one')), (3, ('1', 'ONE'))]

How to round float numbers in javascript?

Number((6.688689).toFixed(1)); // 6.7

var number = 6.688689;
var roundedNumber = Math.round(number * 10) / 10;

Use toFixed() function.

(6.688689).toFixed(); // equal to "7"
(6.688689).toFixed(1); // equal to "6.7"
(6.688689).toFixed(2); // equal to "6.69"

How do I add multiple "NOT LIKE '%?%' in the WHERE clause of sqlite3?

SELECT word FROM table WHERE word NOT LIKE '%a%' 
AND word NOT LIKE '%b%' 
AND word NOT LIKE '%c%';

Casting an int to a string in Python

Here answer for your code as whole:

key =10

files = ("ME%i.txt" % i for i in range(key))

#opening
files = [ open(filename, 'w') for filename in files]

# processing
for i, file in zip(range(key),files):
    file.write(str(i))
# closing
for openfile in files:
    openfile.close()

document.createElement("script") synchronously

This isn't pretty, but it works:

<script type="text/javascript">
  document.write('<script type="text/javascript" src="other.js"></script>');
</script>

<script type="text/javascript">
  functionFromOther();
</script>

Or

<script type="text/javascript">
  document.write('<script type="text/javascript" src="other.js"></script>');
  window.onload = function() {
    functionFromOther();
  };
</script>

The script must be included either in a separate <script> tag or before window.onload().

This will not work:

<script type="text/javascript">
  document.write('<script type="text/javascript" src="other.js"></script>');
  functionFromOther(); // Error
</script>

The same can be done with creating a node, as Pointy did, but only in FF. You have no guarantee when the script will be ready in other browsers.

Being an XML Purist I really hate this. But it does work predictably. You could easily wrap those ugly document.write()s so you don't have to look at them. You could even do tests and create a node and append it then fall back on document.write().

check if a string matches an IP address pattern in python?

On Python 3.6 I think is much simpler as ipaddress module is already included:

import ipaddress

    def is_ipv4(string):
        try:
            ipaddress.IPv4Network(string)
            return True
        except ValueError:
            return False

Excel error HRESULT: 0x800A03EC while trying to get range with cell's name

The meaning of the completely undocumented error 800A03EC (shame on Microsoft!) is something like "OPERATION NOT SUPPORTED".

It may happen

  • when you open a document that has a content created by a newer Excel version, which your current Excel version does not understand.
  • when you save a document to the same path where you have loaded it from (file is already open and locked)

But mostly you will see this error due to severe bugs in Excel.

  • For example Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Picture has a property "Enabled". When you call it you should receive a bool value. But instead you get an error 800A03EC. This is a bug.
  • And there is a very fat bug in Exel 2013 and 2016: When you automate an Excel process and set Application.Visible=true and Application.WindowState = XlWindowState.xlMinimized then you will get hundreds of 800A03EC errors from different functions (like Range.Merge(), CheckBox.Text, Shape.TopLeftCell, Shape.Locked and many more). This bug does not exist in Excel 2007 and 2010.

How do I get the first element from an IEnumerable<T> in .net?

If your IEnumerable doesn't expose it's <T> and Linq fails, you can write a method using reflection:

public static T GetEnumeratedItem<T>(Object items, int index) where T : class
{
  T item = null;
  if (items != null)
  {
    System.Reflection.MethodInfo mi = items.GetType()
      .GetMethod("GetEnumerator");
    if (mi != null)
    {
      object o = mi.Invoke(items, null);
      if (o != null)
      {
        System.Reflection.MethodInfo mn = o.GetType()
          .GetMethod("MoveNext");
        if (mn != null)
        {
          object next = mn.Invoke(o, null);
          while (next != null && next.ToString() == "True")
          {
            if (index < 1)
            {
              System.Reflection.PropertyInfo pi = o
                .GetType().GetProperty("Current");
              if (pi != null) item = pi
                .GetValue(o, null) as T;
              break;
            }
            index--;
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
  return item;
}

Daemon not running. Starting it now on port 5037

Reference link: http://www.programering.com/a/MTNyUDMwATA.html

Steps I followed 1) Execute the command adb nodaemon server in command prompt Output at command prompt will be: The following error occurred cannot bind 'tcp:5037' The original ADB server port binding failed

2) Enter the following command query which using port 5037 netstat -ano | findstr "5037" The following information will be prompted on command prompt: TCP 127.0.0.1:5037 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING 9288

3) View the task manager, close all adb.exe

4) Restart eclipse or other IDE

The above steps worked for me.

What are the git concepts of HEAD, master, origin?

While this doesn't directly answer the question, there is great book available for free which will help you learn the basics called ProGit. If you would prefer the dead-wood version to a collection of bits you can purchase it from Amazon.

How to append contents of multiple files into one file

You need the cat (short for concatenate) command, with shell redirection (>) into your output file

cat 1.txt 2.txt 3.txt > 0.txt

CSS: How to change colour of active navigation page menu

The CSS :active state means the active state of the clicked link - the moment when you clicked on it, but not released the mouse button yet, for example. It doesn't know which page you're on and can't apply any styles to the menu items.

To fix your problem you have to create a class and add it manually to the current page's menu:

a.active { color: #f00 }

<ul>
    <li><a href="index.php" class="active">HOME</a></li>
    <li><a href="two.php">PORTFOLIO</a></li>
    <li><a href="three.php">ABOUT</a></li>
    <li><a href="four.php">CONTACT</a></li>
    <li><a href="five.php">SHOP</a></li>
</ul>

How can I run Tensorboard on a remote server?

Here is what I do to avoid the issues of making the remote server accept your local external IP:

  • when I ssh into the machine, I use the option -L to transfer the port 6006 of the remote server into the port 16006 of my machine (for instance): ssh -L 16006:127.0.0.1:6006 olivier@my_server_ip

What it does is that everything on the port 6006 of the server (in 127.0.0.1:6006) will be forwarded to my machine on the port 16006.


  • You can then launch tensorboard on the remote machine using a standard tensorboard --logdir log with the default 6006port
  • On your local machine, go to http://127.0.0.1:16006 and enjoy your remote TensorBoard.

Failed to install Python Cryptography package with PIP and setup.py

This worked for me (I'm using Ubuntu 14.04):

first install libffi-dev libssl-dev libpython2.7-dev:

sudo apt-get install libffi-dev libssl-dev libpython2.7-dev

then inside virtualenv:

pip install cryptography
pip install pyopenssl ndg-httpsclient pyasn1

Sources:

https://stackoverflow.com/a/32800685/5123544

https://stackoverflow.com/a/29202163/5123544

Where is the php.ini file on a Linux/CentOS PC?

You can find the path to php.ini in the output of phpinfo(). See under "Loaded Configuration File".

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Manifest Merger failed with multiple errors in Android Studio

i sloved this problem by removing below line from AndroidManifest.xml

android:allowBackup="true"

How to change package name of an Android Application

Here's how you could do this in Eclipse:

  1. Right-click on the package name (src/com.android.gesture.builder).
  2. Select Refactor > Rename and change the name, for example to com.android.gestureNEW.builder.
  3. Open the manifest file. Inside the <manifest> tag, change the package name to com.android.gestureNEW.builder.
  4. Open each of the two Activity files and do Ctrl+Shift+O to add missing import packages, then save each file.
  5. Run the GestureBuilder application on the emulator.

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How to set a value of a variable inside a template code?

In your template you can do like this:

{% jump_link as name %}
{% for obj in name %}
    <div>{{obj.helo}} - {{obj.how}}</div>
{% endfor %}

In your template-tags you can add a tag like this:

@register.assignment_tag
def jump_link():
    listArr = []
    for i in range(5):
        listArr.append({"helo" : i,"how" : i})
    return listArr

Remove an item from array using UnderscoreJS

By Using underscore.js

var arr = [{id:1,name:'a'},{id:2,name:'b'},{id:3,name:'c'}];

var resultArr = _.reject(arr,{id:3});

console.log(resultArr);

The result will be :: [{id:1name:'a'},{id:2,name:'c'}]

CSS: transition opacity on mouse-out?

I managed to find a solution using css/jQuery that I'm comfortable with. The original issue: I had to force the visibility to be shown while animating as I have elements hanging outside the area. Doing so, made large blocks of text now hang outside the content area during animation as well.

The solution was to start the main text elements with an opacity of 0 and use addClass to inject and transition to an opacity of 1. Then removeClass when clicked on again.

I'm sure there's an all jQquery way to do this. I'm just not the guy to do it. :)

So in it's most basic form...

.slideDown().addClass("load");
.slideUp().removeClass("load");

Thanks for the help everyone.

How can I copy a Python string?

Copying a string can be done two ways either copy the location a = "a" b = a or you can clone which means b wont get affected when a is changed which is done by a = 'a' b = a[:]

Validate date in dd/mm/yyyy format using JQuery Validate

You don't need the date validator. It doesn't support dd/mm/yyyy format, and that's why you are getting "Please enter a valid date" message for input like 13/01/2014. You already have the dateITA validator, which uses dd/mm/yyyy format as you need.

Just like the date validator, your code for dateGreaterThan and dateLessThan calls new Date for input string and has the same issue parsing dates. You can use a function like this to parse the date:

function parseDMY(value) {
    var date = value.split("/");
    var d = parseInt(date[0], 10),
        m = parseInt(date[1], 10),
        y = parseInt(date[2], 10);
    return new Date(y, m - 1, d);
}

Java Regex to Validate Full Name allow only Spaces and Letters

You could even try this expression ^[a-zA-Z\\s]*$ for checking a string with only letters and spaces (nothing else).

For me it worked. Hope it works for you as well.

Or go through this piece of code once:

    CharSequence inputStr = expression;
    Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile(new String ("^[a-zA-Z\\s]*$"));
    Matcher matcher = pattern.matcher(inputStr);
    if(matcher.matches())
    {
         //if pattern matches
    }
    else
    {
         //if pattern does not matches
    }

Non-recursive depth first search algorithm

An ES6 implementation based on biziclops great answer:

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root = {_x000D_
  text: "root",_x000D_
  children: [{_x000D_
    text: "c1",_x000D_
    children: [{_x000D_
      text: "c11"_x000D_
    }, {_x000D_
      text: "c12"_x000D_
    }]_x000D_
  }, {_x000D_
    text: "c2",_x000D_
    children: [{_x000D_
      text: "c21"_x000D_
    }, {_x000D_
      text: "c22"_x000D_
    }]_x000D_
  }, ]_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("DFS:")_x000D_
DFS(root, node => node.children, node => console.log(node.text));_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("BFS:")_x000D_
BFS(root, node => node.children, node => console.log(node.text));_x000D_
_x000D_
function BFS(root, getChildren, visit) {_x000D_
  let nodesToVisit = [root];_x000D_
  while (nodesToVisit.length > 0) {_x000D_
    const currentNode = nodesToVisit.shift();_x000D_
    nodesToVisit = [_x000D_
      ...nodesToVisit,_x000D_
      ...(getChildren(currentNode) || []),_x000D_
    ];_x000D_
    visit(currentNode);_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
function DFS(root, getChildren, visit) {_x000D_
  let nodesToVisit = [root];_x000D_
  while (nodesToVisit.length > 0) {_x000D_
    const currentNode = nodesToVisit.shift();_x000D_
    nodesToVisit = [_x000D_
      ...(getChildren(currentNode) || []),_x000D_
      ...nodesToVisit,_x000D_
    ];_x000D_
    visit(currentNode);_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
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Connection string with relative path to the database file

Would you please try with below code block, which is exactly what you're looking for:

SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection
{
    ConnectionString = "Data Source=" + System.IO.Path.GetDirectoryName(System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().GetName().CodeBase) + "\\Database.sdf"
};

how to remove pagination in datatable

You should include "bPaginate": false, into the configuration object you pass to your constructor parameters. As seen here: http://datatables.net/release-datatables/examples/basic_init/filter_only.html

Querying data by joining two tables in two database on different servers

You'll need to use sp_addlinkedserver to create a server link. See the reference documentation for usage. Once the server link is established, you'll construct the query as normal, just prefixing the database name with the other server. I.E:

-- FROM DB1
SELECT *
FROM [MyDatabaseOnDB1].[dbo].[MyTable] tab1
    INNER JOIN [DB2].[MyDatabaseOnDB2].[dbo].[MyOtherTable] tab2
        ON tab1.ID = tab2.ID

Once the link is established, you can also use OPENQUERY to execute a SQL statement on the remote server and transfer only the data back to you. This can be a bit faster, and it will let the remote server optimize your query. If you cache the data in a temporary (or in-memory) table on DB1 in the example above, then you'll be able to query it just like joining a standard table. For example:

-- Fetch data from the other database server
SELECT *
INTO #myTempTable
FROM OPENQUERY([DB2], 'SELECT * FROM [MyDatabaseOnDB2].[dbo].[MyOtherTable]')

-- Now I can join my temp table to see the data
SELECT * FROM [MyDatabaseOnDB1].[dbo].[MyTable] tab1
    INNER JOIN #myTempTable tab2 ON tab1.ID = tab2.ID

Check out the documentation for OPENQUERY to see some more examples. The example above is pretty contrived. I would definitely use the first method in this specific example, but the second option using OPENQUERY can save some time and performance if you use the query to filter out some data.