Programs & Examples On #Imovie

Best way to serialize/unserialize objects in JavaScript?

JSON has no functions as data types. You can only serialize strings, numbers, objects, arrays, and booleans (and null)

You could create your own toJson method, only passing the data that really has to be serialized:

Person.prototype.toJson = function() {
    return JSON.stringify({age: this.age});
};

Similar for deserializing:

Person.fromJson = function(json) {
    var data = JSON.parse(json); // Parsing the json string.
    return new Person(data.age);
};

The usage would be:

var serialize = p1.toJson();
var _p1 = Person.fromJson(serialize);
alert("Is old: " + _p1.isOld());

To reduce the amount of work, you could consider to store all the data that needs to be serialized in a special "data" property for each Person instance. For example:

function Person(age) {
    this.data = {
        age: age
    };
    this.isOld = function (){
        return this.data.age > 60 ? true : false;
    }
}

then serializing and deserializing is merely calling JSON.stringify(this.data) and setting the data of an instance would be instance.data = JSON.parse(json).

This would keep the toJson and fromJson methods simple but you'd have to adjust your other functions.


Side note:

You should add the isOld method to the prototype of the function:

Person.prototype.isOld = function() {}

Otherwise, every instance has it's own instance of that function which also increases memory.

C# Return Different Types?

Marc's answer should be the correct one, but in .NET 4 you couldn't also go with dynamic type.

This should be used only if you have no control over the classes you return and there are no common ancestors ( usually with interop ) and only if not using dynamic is a lot more painful then using(casting every object in every step :) ).

Few blog post trying to explain when to use dynamic: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/csharpfaq/archive/tags/dynamic/

public dynamic GetSomething()
{
     Hello hello = new Hello();
     Computer computer = new Computer();
     Radio radio = new Radio(); 
     return // anyobject

}

How to catch all exceptions in c# using try and catch?

Note that besides all other comments there is a small difference, which should be mentioned here for completeness!

With the empty catch clause you can catch non-CLSCompliant Exceptions when the assembly is marked with "RuntimeCompatibility(WrapNonExceptionThrows = false)" (which is true by default since CLR2). [1][2][3]

[1] http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb264489.aspx

[2] http://blogs.msdn.com/b/pedram/archive/2007/01/07/non-cls-exceptions.aspx

[3] Will CLR handle both CLS-Complaint and non-CLS complaint exceptions?

How to set a dropdownlist item as selected in ASP.NET?

This is a very nice and clean example:(check this great tutorial for a full explanation link)

public static IEnumerable<SelectListItem> ToSelectListItems(
              this IEnumerable<Album> albums, int selectedId)
{
    return 
        albums.OrderBy(album => album.Name)
              .Select(album => 
                  new SelectListItem
                  {
                    Selected = (album.ID == selectedId),
                    Text = album.Name,
                    Value = album.ID.ToString()
                   });
}

In this MSDN link you can read de DropDownList method documentation.

Hope it helps.

Html Agility Pack get all elements by class

(Updated 2018-03-17)

The problem:

The problem, as you've spotted, is that String.Contains does not perform a word-boundary check, so Contains("float") will return true for both "foo float bar" (correct) and "unfloating" (which is incorrect).

The solution is to ensure that "float" (or whatever your desired class-name is) appears alongside a word-boundary at both ends. A word-boundary is either the start (or end) of a string (or line), whitespace, certain punctuation, etc. In most regular-expressions this is \b. So the regex you want is simply: \bfloat\b.

A downside to using a Regex instance is that they can be slow to run if you don't use the .Compiled option - and they can be slow to compile. So you should cache the regex instance. This is more difficult if the class-name you're looking for changes at runtime.

Alternatively you can search a string for words by word-boundaries without using a regex by implementing the regex as a C# string-processing function, being careful not to cause any new string or other object allocation (e.g. not using String.Split).

Approach 1: Using a regular-expression:

Suppose you just want to look for elements with a single, design-time specified class-name:

class Program {

    private static readonly Regex _classNameRegex = new Regex( @"\bfloat\b", RegexOptions.Compiled );

    private static IEnumerable<HtmlNode> GetFloatElements(HtmlDocument doc) {
        return doc
            .Descendants()
            .Where( n => n.NodeType == NodeType.Element )
            .Where( e => e.Name == "div" && _classNameRegex.IsMatch( e.GetAttributeValue("class", "") ) );
    }
}

If you need to choose a single class-name at runtime then you can build a regex:

private static IEnumerable<HtmlNode> GetElementsWithClass(HtmlDocument doc, String className) {

    Regex regex = new Regex( "\\b" + Regex.Escape( className ) + "\\b", RegexOptions.Compiled );

    return doc
        .Descendants()
        .Where( n => n.NodeType == NodeType.Element )
        .Where( e => e.Name == "div" && regex.IsMatch( e.GetAttributeValue("class", "") ) );
}

If you have multiple class-names and you want to match all of them, you could create an array of Regex objects and ensure they're all matching, or combine them into a single Regex using lookarounds, but this results in horrendously complicated expressions - so using a Regex[] is probably better:

using System.Linq;

private static IEnumerable<HtmlNode> GetElementsWithClass(HtmlDocument doc, String[] classNames) {

    Regex[] exprs = new Regex[ classNames.Length ];
    for( Int32 i = 0; i < exprs.Length; i++ ) {
        exprs[i] = new Regex( "\\b" + Regex.Escape( classNames[i] ) + "\\b", RegexOptions.Compiled );
    }

    return doc
        .Descendants()
        .Where( n => n.NodeType == NodeType.Element )
        .Where( e =>
            e.Name == "div" &&
            exprs.All( r =>
                r.IsMatch( e.GetAttributeValue("class", "") )
            )
        );
}

Approach 2: Using non-regex string matching:

The advantage of using a custom C# method to do string matching instead of a regex is hypothetically faster performance and reduced memory usage (though Regex may be faster in some circumstances - always profile your code first, kids!)

This method below: CheapClassListContains provides a fast word-boundary-checking string matching function that can be used the same way as regex.IsMatch:

private static IEnumerable<HtmlNode> GetElementsWithClass(HtmlDocument doc, String className) {

    return doc
        .Descendants()
        .Where( n => n.NodeType == NodeType.Element )
        .Where( e =>
            e.Name == "div" &&
            CheapClassListContains(
                e.GetAttributeValue("class", ""),
                className,
                StringComparison.Ordinal
            )
        );
}

/// <summary>Performs optionally-whitespace-padded string search without new string allocations.</summary>
/// <remarks>A regex might also work, but constructing a new regex every time this method is called would be expensive.</remarks>
private static Boolean CheapClassListContains(String haystack, String needle, StringComparison comparison)
{
    if( String.Equals( haystack, needle, comparison ) ) return true;
    Int32 idx = 0;
    while( idx + needle.Length <= haystack.Length )
    {
        idx = haystack.IndexOf( needle, idx, comparison );
        if( idx == -1 ) return false;

        Int32 end = idx + needle.Length;

        // Needle must be enclosed in whitespace or be at the start/end of string
        Boolean validStart = idx == 0               || Char.IsWhiteSpace( haystack[idx - 1] );
        Boolean validEnd   = end == haystack.Length || Char.IsWhiteSpace( haystack[end] );
        if( validStart && validEnd ) return true;

        idx++;
    }
    return false;
}

Approach 3: Using a CSS Selector library:

HtmlAgilityPack is somewhat stagnated doesn't support .querySelector and .querySelectorAll, but there are third-party libraries that extend HtmlAgilityPack with it: namely Fizzler and CssSelectors. Both Fizzler and CssSelectors implement QuerySelectorAll, so you can use it like so:

private static IEnumerable<HtmlNode> GetDivElementsWithFloatClass(HtmlDocument doc) {

    return doc.QuerySelectorAll( "div.float" );
}

With runtime-defined classes:

private static IEnumerable<HtmlNode> GetDivElementsWithClasses(HtmlDocument doc, IEnumerable<String> classNames) {

    String selector = "div." + String.Join( ".", classNames );

    return doc.QuerySelectorAll( selector  );
}

Resolving tree conflict

What you can do to resolve your conflict is

svn resolve --accept working -R <path>

where <path> is where you have your conflict (can be the root of your repo).

Explanations:

  • resolve asks svn to resolve the conflict
  • accept working specifies to keep your working files
  • -R stands for recursive

Hope this helps.

EDIT:

To sum up what was said in the comments below:

  • <path> should be the directory in conflict (C:\DevBranch\ in the case of the OP)
  • it's likely that the origin of the conflict is
    • either the use of the svn switch command
    • or having checked the Switch working copy to new branch/tag option at branch creation
  • more information about conflicts can be found in the dedicated section of Tortoise's documentation.
  • to be able to run the command, you should have the CLI tools installed together with Tortoise:

Command line client tools

How do you add an image?

The other option to try is a straightforward

<img width="100" height="100" src="/root/Image/image.jpeg" class="CalloutRightPhoto"/>

i.e. without {} but instead giving the direct image path

Local package.json exists, but node_modules missing

npm start runs a script that the app maker built for easy starting of the app npm install installs all the packages in package.json

run npm install first

then run npm start

HTML img scaling

Only set the width or height, and it will scale the other automatically. And yes you can use a percentage.

The first part can be done, but requires JavaScript, so might not work for all users.

How to fix/convert space indentation in Sublime Text?

I wrote a plugin for it. You can find it here or look for "ReIndent" in package control. It mostly does the same thing as Kyle Finley wrote but in a convenient way with shortcuts for converting between 2 and 4 and vice-versa.

Command not found after npm install in zsh

I think the problem is more about the ZSH completion.

You need to add this line in your .zshrc:

zstyle ':completion:*' rehash true

If you have Oh-my-zsh, a PR has been made, you can integrate it until it is pulled: https://github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh/issues/3440

Case insensitive std::string.find()

wxWidgets has a very rich string API wxString

it can be done with (using the case conversion way)

int Contains(const wxString& SpecProgramName, const wxString& str)
{
  wxString SpecProgramName_ = SpecProgramName.Upper();
  wxString str_ = str.Upper();
  int found = SpecProgramName.Find(str_);
  if (wxNOT_FOUND == found)
  {
    return 0;
  }
  return 1;
}

How do you add an SDK to Android Studio?

For those starting with an existing IDEA installation (IDEA 15 in my case) to which they're adding the Android SDK (and not starting formally speaking with Android Studio), ...

Download (just) the SDK to your filesystem (somewhere convenient to you; it doesn't matter where).

When creating your first project and you get to the Project SDK: bit (or adding the Android SDK ahead of time as you wish), navigate (New) to the root of what you exploded into the filesystem as suggested by some of the other answers here.

At that point you'll get a tiny dialog to confirm with:

Java SDK:     1.7            (e.g.)
Build target: Android 6.0    (e.g.)

You can click OK whereupon you'll see what you did as an option in the Project SDK: drop-down, e.g.:

Android API 23 Platform (java version "1.7.0_67")

"Cannot create an instance of OLE DB provider" error as Windows Authentication user

In SQL Server Enterprise Manager, open \Server Objects\Linked Servers\Providers, right click on the OraOLEDB.Oracle provider, select properties and check the "Allow inprocess" option. Recreate your linked server and test again.

You can also execute the following query if you don't have access to SQL Server Management Studio :

EXEC master.dbo.sp_MSset_oledb_prop N'OraOLEDB.Oracle', N'AllowInProcess', 1

Check if element is visible in DOM

Just for the reference it should be noted that getBoundingClientRect() can work in certain cases.

For example, a simple check that the element is hidden using display: none could look somewhat like this:

var box = element.getBoundingClientRect();
var visible = box.width && box.height;

This is also handy because it also covers zero-width, zero-height and position: fixed cases. However, it shall not report elements hidden with opacity: 0 or visibility: hidden (but neither would offsetParent).

Git push error: Unable to unlink old (Permission denied)

I think the problem may be with the ownership to the folder so set it to the current user ownership

sudo chown -R your_login_name /path/to/folder
You can find the solution [here][1]

AngularJS toggle class using ng-class

autoscroll will be defined and modified in the controller:

<span ng-class= "autoscroll?'class_if_true':'class_if_false'"></span>

Add multiple classes based on condition by:

<span ng-class= "autoscroll?'first second third':'classes_if_false'"></span>

Mockito, JUnit and Spring

Here's my short summary.

If you want to write a unit test, don't use a Spring applicationContext because you don't want any real dependencies injected in the class you are unit testing. Instead use mocks, either with the @RunWith(MockitoJUnitRunner.class) annotation on top of the class, or with MockitoAnnotations.initMocks(this) in the @Before method.

If you want to write an integration test, use:

@RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
@ContextConfiguration("yourTestApplicationContext.xml")

To set up your application context with an in-memory database for example. Normally you don't use mocks in integration tests, but you could do it by using the MockitoAnnotations.initMocks(this) approach described above.

pip issue installing almost any library

I found it sufficient to specify the pypi host as trusted. Example:

pip install --trusted-host pypi.python.org pytest-xdist
pip install --trusted-host pypi.python.org --upgrade pip

This solved the following error:

  Could not fetch URL https://pypi.python.org/simple/pytest-cov/: There was a problem confirming the ssl certificate: [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:600) - skipping
  Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement pytest-cov (from versions: )
No matching distribution found for pytest-cov

Update April 2018: To anyone getting the TLSV1_ALERT_PROTOCOL_VERSION error: it has nothing to do with trusted-host/verification issue of the OP or this answer. Rather the TLSV1 error is because your interpreter does not support TLS v1.2, you must upgrade your interpreter. See for example https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=13539034, http://pyfound.blogspot.ca/2017/01/time-to-upgrade-your-python-tls-v12.html and https://bugs.python.org/issue17128.

Update Feb 2019: For some it may be sufficient to upgrade pip. If the above error prevents you from doing this, use get-pip.py. E.g. on Linux,

curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py
sudo python get-pip.py

More details at https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/installing/.

Eclipse error ... cannot be resolved to a type

I was importing the source into the wrong folder. I'm so used to using Visual Studio, that I expect all IDE's to be so accommodating.

Launch programs whose path contains spaces

set shell=CreateObject("Shell.Application")
' shell.ShellExecute "application", "arguments", "path", "verb", window
shell.ShellExecute  "slipery.bat",,"C:\Users\anthony\Desktop\dvx", "runas", 1
set shell=nothing 

UIButton: how to center an image and a text using imageEdgeInsets and titleEdgeInsets?

Edit: Updated for Swift 3

In case you're looking for a Swift solution of Jesse Crossen's answer, you can add this to a subclass of UIButton:

override func layoutSubviews() {

    let spacing: CGFloat = 6.0

    // lower the text and push it left so it appears centered
    //  below the image
    var titleEdgeInsets = UIEdgeInsets.zero
    if let image = self.imageView?.image {
        titleEdgeInsets.left = -image.size.width
        titleEdgeInsets.bottom = -(image.size.height + spacing)
    }
    self.titleEdgeInsets = titleEdgeInsets

    // raise the image and push it right so it appears centered
    //  above the text
    var imageEdgeInsets = UIEdgeInsets.zero
    if let text = self.titleLabel?.text, let font = self.titleLabel?.font {
        let attributes = [NSFontAttributeName: font]
        let titleSize = text.size(attributes: attributes)
        imageEdgeInsets.top = -(titleSize.height + spacing)
        imageEdgeInsets.right = -titleSize.width
    }
    self.imageEdgeInsets = imageEdgeInsets

    super.layoutSubviews()
}

how do I give a div a responsive height

I know this is a little late to the party but you could use viewport units

From caniuse.com:

Viewport units: vw, vh, vmin, vmax - CR Length units representing 1% of the viewport size for viewport width (vw), height (vh), the smaller of the two (vmin), or the larger of the two (vmax).

Support: http://caniuse.com/#feat=viewport-units

_x000D_
_x000D_
div {_x000D_
/* 25% of viewport */_x000D_
  height: 25vh;_x000D_
  width: 15rem;_x000D_
  background-color: #222;_x000D_
  color: #eee;_x000D_
  font-family: monospace;_x000D_
  padding: 2rem;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>responsive height</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Binding to static property

There could be two ways/syntax to bind a static property. If p is a static property in class MainWindow, then binding for textbox will be:

1.

<TextBox Text="{x:Static local:MainWindow.p}" />

2.

<TextBox Text="{Binding Source={x:Static local:MainWindow.p},Mode=OneTime}" />

What is a Python egg?

The .egg file is a distribution format for Python packages. It’s just an alternative to a source code distribution or Windows exe. But note that for pure Python, the .egg file is completely cross-platform.

The .egg file itself is essentially a .zip file. If you change the extension to “zip”, you can see that it will have folders inside the archive.

Also, if you have an .egg file, you can install it as a package using easy_install

Example: To create an .egg file for a directory say mymath which itself may have several python scripts, do the following step:

# setup.py
from setuptools import setup, find_packages
setup(
    name = "mymath",
    version = "0.1",
    packages = find_packages()
    )

Then, from the terminal do:

 $ python setup.py bdist_egg

This will generate lot of outputs, but when it’s completed you’ll see that you have three new folders: build, dist, and mymath.egg-info. The only folder that we care about is the dist folder where you'll find your .egg file, mymath-0.1-py3.5.egg with your default python (installation) version number(mine here: 3.5)

Source: Python library blog

Override and reset CSS style: auto or none don't work

The default display property for a table is display:table;. The only other useful value is inline-table. All other display values are invalid for table elements.

There isn't an auto option to reset it to default, although if you're working in Javascript, you can set it to an empty string, which will do the trick.

width:auto; is valid, but isn't the default. The default width for a table is 100%, whereas width:auto; will make the element only take up as much width as it needs to.

min-width:auto; isn't allowed. If you set min-width, it must have a value, but setting it to zero is probably as good as resetting it to default.

String.equals() with multiple conditions (and one action on result)

If you develop for Android KitKat or newer, you could also use a switch statement (see: Android coding with switch (String)). e.g.

switch(yourString)
{
     case "john":
          //do something for john
     case "mary":
          //do something for mary
}

How to use HTML Agility pack

Getting Started - HTML Agility Pack

// From File
var doc = new HtmlDocument();
doc.Load(filePath);

// From String
var doc = new HtmlDocument();
doc.LoadHtml(html);

// From Web
var url = "http://html-agility-pack.net/";
var web = new HtmlWeb();
var doc = web.Load(url);

Delete last N characters from field in a SQL Server database

UPDATE mytable SET column=LEFT(column, LEN(column)-5)

Removes the last 5 characters from the column (every row in mytable)

How to fix Invalid AES key length?

Things to know in general:

  1. Key != Password
    • SecretKeySpec expects a key, not a password. See below
  2. It might be due to a policy restriction that prevents using 32 byte keys. See other answer on that

In your case

The problem is number 1: you are passing the password instead of the key.

AES only supports key sizes of 16, 24 or 32 bytes. You either need to provide exactly that amount or you derive the key from what you type in.

There are different ways to derive the key from a passphrase. Java provides a PBKDF2 implementation for such a purpose.

I used erickson's answer to paint a complete picture (only encryption, since the decryption is similar, but includes splitting the ciphertext):

SecureRandom random = new SecureRandom();
byte[] salt = new byte[16];
random.nextBytes(salt);

KeySpec spec = new PBEKeySpec("password".toCharArray(), salt, 65536, 256); // AES-256
SecretKeyFactory f = SecretKeyFactory.getInstance("PBKDF2WithHmacSHA1");
byte[] key = f.generateSecret(spec).getEncoded();
SecretKeySpec keySpec = new SecretKeySpec(key, "AES");

byte[] ivBytes = new byte[16];
random.nextBytes(ivBytes);
IvParameterSpec iv = new IvParameterSpec(ivBytes);

Cipher c = Cipher.getInstance("AES/CBC/PKCS5Padding");
c.init(Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE, keySpec, iv);
byte[] encValue = c.doFinal(valueToEnc.getBytes());

byte[] finalCiphertext = new byte[encValue.length+2*16];
System.arraycopy(ivBytes, 0, finalCiphertext, 0, 16);
System.arraycopy(salt, 0, finalCiphertext, 16, 16);
System.arraycopy(encValue, 0, finalCiphertext, 32, encValue.length);

return finalCiphertext;

Other things to keep in mind:

  • Always use a fully qualified Cipher name. AES is not appropriate in such a case, because different JVMs/JCE providers may use different defaults for mode of operation and padding. Use AES/CBC/PKCS5Padding. Don't use ECB mode, because it is not semantically secure.
  • If you don't use ECB mode then you need to send the IV along with the ciphertext. This is usually done by prefixing the IV to the ciphertext byte array. The IV is automatically created for you and you can get it through cipherInstance.getIV().
  • Whenever you send something, you need to be sure that it wasn't altered along the way. It is hard to implement a encryption with MAC correctly. I recommend you to use an authenticated mode like CCM or GCM.

What is the mouse down selector in CSS?

Pro-tip Note: for some reason, CSS syntax needs the :active snippet after the :hover for the same element in order to be effective

http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/sel_active.asp

Replacing all non-alphanumeric characters with empty strings

I made this method for creating filenames:

public static String safeChar(String input)
{
    char[] allowed = "0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ-_".toCharArray();
    char[] charArray = input.toString().toCharArray();
    StringBuilder result = new StringBuilder();
    for (char c : charArray)
    {
        for (char a : allowed)
        {
            if(c==a) result.append(a);
        }
    }
    return result.toString();
}

How do I test a private function or a class that has private methods, fields or inner classes?

Update:

Some 10 years later perhaps the best way to test a private method, or any inaccessible member, is via @Jailbreak from the Manifold framework.

@Jailbreak Foo foo = new Foo();
// Direct, *type-safe* access to *all* foo's members
foo.privateMethod(x, y, z);
foo.privateField = value;

This way your code remains type-safe and readable. No design compromises, no overexposing methods and fields for the sake of tests.

If you have somewhat of a legacy Java application, and you're not allowed to change the visibility of your methods, the best way to test private methods is to use reflection.

Internally we're using helpers to get/set private and private static variables as well as invoke private and private static methods. The following patterns will let you do pretty much anything related to the private methods and fields. Of course, you can't change private static final variables through reflection.

Method method = TargetClass.getDeclaredMethod(methodName, argClasses);
method.setAccessible(true);
return method.invoke(targetObject, argObjects);

And for fields:

Field field = TargetClass.getDeclaredField(fieldName);
field.setAccessible(true);
field.set(object, value);

Notes:
1. TargetClass.getDeclaredMethod(methodName, argClasses) lets you look into private methods. The same thing applies for getDeclaredField.
2. The setAccessible(true) is required to play around with privates.

How to convert the ^M linebreak to 'normal' linebreak in a file opened in vim?

In vim, use command:

:%s/\r\n/\r/g

Where you want to search and replace:

\r\n

into

\r

and the

/g

is for global

Note that this is the same as the answer by @ContextSwitch but with the gobal flag

Linux / Bash, using ps -o to get process by specific name?

ps -fC PROCESSNAME

ps and grep is a dangerous combination -- grep tries to match everything on each line (thus the all too common: grep -v grep hack). ps -C doesn't use grep, it uses the process table for an exact match. Thus, you'll get an accurate list with: ps -fC sh rather finding every process with sh somewhere on the line.

How do I modify the URL without reloading the page?

Your new url.

let newUrlIS =  window.location.origin + '/user/profile/management';

In a sense, calling pushState() is similar to setting window.location = "#foo", in that both will also create and activate another history entry associated with the current document. But pushState() has a few advantages:

history.pushState({}, null, newUrlIS);

Difference between staticmethod and classmethod

You might want to consider the difference between:

class A:
    def foo():  # no self parameter, no decorator
        pass

and

class B:
    @staticmethod
    def foo():  # no self parameter
        pass

This has changed between python2 and python3:

python2:

>>> A.foo()
TypeError
>>> A().foo()
TypeError
>>> B.foo()
>>> B().foo()

python3:

>>> A.foo()
>>> A().foo()
TypeError
>>> B.foo()
>>> B().foo()

So using @staticmethod for methods only called directly from the class has become optional in python3. If you want to call them from both class and instance, you still need to use the @staticmethod decorator.

The other cases have been well covered by unutbus answer.

Fastest method of screen capturing on Windows

EDIT: I can see that this is listed under your first edit link as "the GDI way". This is still a decent way to go even with the performance advisory on that site, you can get to 30fps easily I would think.

From this comment (I have no experience doing this, I'm just referencing someone who does):

HDC hdc = GetDC(NULL); // get the desktop device context
HDC hDest = CreateCompatibleDC(hdc); // create a device context to use yourself

// get the height and width of the screen
int height = GetSystemMetrics(SM_CYVIRTUALSCREEN);
int width = GetSystemMetrics(SM_CXVIRTUALSCREEN);

// create a bitmap
HBITMAP hbDesktop = CreateCompatibleBitmap( hdc, width, height);

// use the previously created device context with the bitmap
SelectObject(hDest, hbDesktop);

// copy from the desktop device context to the bitmap device context
// call this once per 'frame'
BitBlt(hDest, 0,0, width, height, hdc, 0, 0, SRCCOPY);

// after the recording is done, release the desktop context you got..
ReleaseDC(NULL, hdc);

// ..delete the bitmap you were using to capture frames..
DeleteObject(hbDesktop);

// ..and delete the context you created
DeleteDC(hDest);

I'm not saying this is the fastest, but the BitBlt operation is generally very fast if you're copying between compatible device contexts.

For reference, Open Broadcaster Software implements something like this as part of their "dc_capture" method, although rather than creating the destination context hDest using CreateCompatibleDC they use an IDXGISurface1, which works with DirectX 10+. If there is no support for this they fall back to CreateCompatibleDC.

To change it to use a specific application, you need to change the first line to GetDC(game) where game is the handle of the game's window, and then set the right height and width of the game's window too.

Once you have the pixels in hDest/hbDesktop, you still need to save it to a file, but if you're doing screen capture then I would think you would want to buffer a certain number of them in memory and save to the video file in chunks, so I will not point to code for saving a static image to disk.

How to parse the AndroidManifest.xml file inside an .apk package

apk-parser, https://github.com/caoqianli/apk-parser, a lightweight impl for java, with no dependency for aapt or other binarys, is good for parse binary xml files, and other apk infos.

ApkParser apkParser = new ApkParser(new File(filePath));
// set a locale to translate resource tag into specific strings in language the locale specified, you set locale to Locale.ENGLISH then get apk title 'WeChat' instead of '@string/app_name' for example
apkParser.setPreferredLocale(locale);

String xml = apkParser.getManifestXml();
System.out.println(xml);

String xml2 = apkParser.transBinaryXml(xmlPathInApk);
System.out.println(xml2);

ApkMeta apkMeta = apkParser.getApkMeta();
System.out.println(apkMeta);

Set<Locale> locales = apkParser.getLocales();
for (Locale l : locales) {
    System.out.println(l);
}
apkParser.close();

sql like operator to get the numbers only

You can try this

ISNUMERIC (Transact-SQL)

ISNUMERIC returns 1 when the input expression evaluates to a valid numeric data type; otherwise it returns 0.

DECLARE @Table TABLE(
        Col VARCHAR(50)
)

INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'ABC' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'Italy' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'Apple' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '234.62' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '2:234:43:22' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'France' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '6435.23'
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT '2' 
INSERT INTO @Table SELECT 'Lions'

SELECT  *
FROM    @Table
WHERE   ISNUMERIC(Col) = 1

Register comdlg32.dll gets Regsvr32: DllRegisterServer entry point was not found

I also had the similar problem while registering myinfo.dll file in windows 7. Following work for me: Create a short cut on your desktop C:\Windows\System32\regsvr32.exe c:\windows\system32\myinfo.dll right click on the short cut just created and select as Run as administrator.

HQL "is null" And "!= null" on an Oracle column

No. See also this link Handle conditional null in HQL for tips and tricks on how to handle comparisons with both null and non-null values.

How to create a SQL Server function to "join" multiple rows from a subquery into a single delimited field?

Note that Matt's code will result in an extra comma at the end of the string; using COALESCE (or ISNULL for that matter) as shown in the link in Lance's post uses a similar method but doesn't leave you with an extra comma to remove. For the sake of completeness, here's the relevant code from Lance's link on sqlteam.com:

DECLARE @EmployeeList varchar(100)
SELECT @EmployeeList = COALESCE(@EmployeeList + ', ', '') + 
    CAST(EmpUniqueID AS varchar(5))
FROM SalesCallsEmployees
WHERE SalCal_UniqueID = 1

How to use NULL or empty string in SQL

You could use isnull function to get both null and empty values of a text field:

SELECT * FROM myTable
WHERE isnull(my_nullable_text_field,'') = ''

How in node to split string by newline ('\n')?

Try splitting on a regex like /\r?\n/ to be usable by both Windows and UNIX systems.

> "a\nb\r\nc".split(/\r?\n/)
[ 'a', 'b', 'c' ]

Getting the folder name from a path

Simple & clean. Only uses System.IO.FileSystem - works like a charm:

string path = "C:/folder1/folder2/file.txt";
string folder = new DirectoryInfo(path).Name;

JQuery to load Javascript file dynamically

Yes, use getScript instead of document.write - it will even allow for a callback once the file loads.

You might want to check if TinyMCE is defined, though, before including it (for subsequent calls to 'Add Comment') so the code might look something like this:

$('#add_comment').click(function() {
    if(typeof TinyMCE == "undefined") {
        $.getScript('tinymce.js', function() {
            TinyMCE.init();
        });
    }
});

Assuming you only have to call init on it once, that is. If not, you can figure it out from here :)

Create a git patch from the uncommitted changes in the current working directory

I like:

git format-patch HEAD~<N>

where <N> is number of last commits to save as patches.

The details how to use the command are in the DOC

UPD
Here you can find how to apply them then.

UPD For those who did not get the idea of format-patch
Add alias:

git config --global alias.make-patch '!bash -c "cd ${GIT_PREFIX};git add .;git commit -m ''uncommited''; git format-patch HEAD~1; git reset HEAD~1"'

Then at any directory of your project repository run:

git make-patch

This command will create 0001-uncommited.patch at your current directory. Patch will contain all the changes and untracked files that are visible to next command:

git status .

Just disable scroll not hide it?

<div id="lightbox"> is inside the <body> element, thus when you scroll the lightbox you also scroll the body. The solution is to not extend the <body> element over 100%, to place the long content inside another div element and to add a scrollbar if needed to this div element with overflow: auto.

_x000D_
_x000D_
html {_x000D_
  height: 100%_x000D_
}_x000D_
body {_x000D_
  margin: 0;_x000D_
  height: 100%_x000D_
}_x000D_
#content {_x000D_
  height: 100%;_x000D_
  overflow: auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#lightbox {_x000D_
  position: fixed;_x000D_
  top: 0;_x000D_
  left: 0;_x000D_
  right: 0;_x000D_
  bottom: 0;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
  <body>_x000D_
    <div id="content">much content</div>_x000D_
    <div id="lightbox">lightbox<div>_x000D_
  </body>_x000D_
</html>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Now, scrolling over the lightbox (and the body as well) has no effect, because the body is no longer than 100% of the screen height.

Trees in Twitter Bootstrap

If someone wants vertical version of the treeview from Harsh's answer, you can save some time:

http://jsfiddle.net/Fh47n/

.tree li {
    margin: 0px 0;

    list-style-type: none;
    position: relative;
    padding: 20px 5px 0px 5px;
}

.tree li::before{
    content: '';
    position: absolute; 
    top: 0;
    width: 1px; 
    height: 100%;
    right: auto; 
    left: -20px;
    border-left: 1px solid #ccc;
    bottom: 50px;
}
.tree li::after{
    content: '';
    position: absolute; 
    top: 30px; 
    width: 25px; 
    height: 20px;
    right: auto; 
    left: -20px;
    border-top: 1px solid #ccc;
}
.tree li a{
    display: inline-block;
    border: 1px solid #ccc;
    padding: 5px 10px;
    text-decoration: none;
    color: #666;
    font-family: arial, verdana, tahoma;
    font-size: 11px;
    border-radius: 5px;
    -webkit-border-radius: 5px;
    -moz-border-radius: 5px;
}

/*Remove connectors before root*/
.tree > ul > li::before, .tree > ul > li::after{
    border: 0;
}
/*Remove connectors after last child*/
.tree li:last-child::before{ 
      height: 30px;
}

/*Time for some hover effects*/
/*We will apply the hover effect the the lineage of the element also*/
.tree li a:hover, .tree li a:hover+ul li a {
    background: #c8e4f8; color: #000; border: 1px solid #94a0b4;
}
/*Connector styles on hover*/
.tree li a:hover+ul li::after, 
.tree li a:hover+ul li::before, 
.tree li a:hover+ul::before, 
.tree li a:hover+ul ul::before{
    border-color:  #94a0b4;
}

Create JPA EntityManager without persistence.xml configuration file

You can also get an EntityManager using PersistenceContext or Autowired annotation, but be aware that it will not be thread-safe.

@PersistenceContext
private EntityManager entityManager;

How do I change data-type of pandas data frame to string with a defined format?

I'm putting this in a new answer because no linebreaks / codeblocks in comments. I assume you want those nans to turn into a blank string? I couldn't find a nice way to do this, only do the ugly method:

s = pd.Series([1001.,1002.,None])
a = s.loc[s.isnull()].fillna('')
b = s.loc[s.notnull()].astype(int).astype(str)
result = pd.concat([a,b])

C compile error: "Variable-sized object may not be initialized"

The array is not initialized with the memory specified anf throws an error variable sized array may not be initialised I prefer usual way of initialization,

for (i = 0; i <= bins; i++)
        arr[i] = 0;

How do I obtain crash-data from my Android application?

I see that the question is too old, and hope my answer is helpful for others having the same issue...

Give Crashlytics a try. It will give indepth insight into all the crashes on all the devices having your application and send a notification to you through email..And the best part is its completely free to use..

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

When overriding

spring.security.user.name=
spring.security.user.password=

in application.properties, you don't need " around "username", just use username. Another point, instead of storing raw password, encrypt it with bcrypt/scrypt and store it like

spring.security.user.password={bcrypt}encryptedPassword

Alternating Row Colors in Bootstrap 3 - No Table

I was having trouble coloring rows in table using bootstrap table-striped class then realized delete table-striped class and do this in css file

tr:nth-of-type(odd)
{  
background-color: red;
}
tr:nth-of-type(even)
{  
background-color: blue;
}

The bootstrap table-striped class will over ride your selectors.

Converting a string to a date in DB2

Based on your own answer, I'm guessing that your column has data formatted like this:

'DD/MM/YYYY HH:MI:SS'

The actual separators between Day/Month/Year don't matter, nor does anything that comes after the year.

You don't say what version of DB2 you are using or what platform it's running on, so I'm going to assume that it's on Linux, UNIX or Windows.

Almost any recent version of DB2 for Linux/UNIX/Windows (8.2 or later, possibly even older versions), you can do this using the TRANSLATE function:

select 
   date(translate('GHIJ-DE-AB',column_with_date,'ABCDEFGHIJ'))
from
   yourtable

With this solution it doesn't matter what comes after the date in your column.

In DB2 9.7, you can also use the TO_DATE function (similar to Oracle's TO_DATE):

date(to_date(column_with_date,'DD-MM-YYYY HH:MI:SS'))

This requires your data match the formatting string; it's easier to understand when looking at it, but not as flexible as the TRANSLATE option.

How to stop asynctask thread in android?

The reason why things aren't stopping for you is because the process (doInBackground()) runs until it is finished. Therefore you should check if the thread is cancelled or not before doing stuff:

if(!isCancelled()){
// Do your stuff
}

So basically, if the thread is not cancelled, do it, otherwise skip it :) Could be useful to check for this some times during your operation, especially before time taking stuff.

Also it could be useful to "clean up" alittle in

onCancelled();

Documentation for AsyncTask:

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/os/AsyncTask.html

Hope this helps!

How to use setprecision in C++

#include <bits/stdc++.h>                        // to include all libraries 
using namespace std; 
int main() 
{ 
double a,b;
cin>>a>>b;
double x=a/b;                                 //say we want to divide a/b                                 
cout<<fixed<<setprecision(10)<<x;             //for precision upto 10 digit 
return 0; 
} 

input: 1987 31

output: 662.3333333333 10 digits after decimal point

Converting dictionary to JSON

json.dumps() converts a dictionary to str object, not a json(dict) object! So you have to load your str into a dict to use it by using json.loads() method

See json.dumps() as a save method and json.loads() as a retrieve method.

This is the code sample which might help you understand it more:

import json

r = {'is_claimed': 'True', 'rating': 3.5}
r = json.dumps(r)
loaded_r = json.loads(r)
loaded_r['rating'] #Output 3.5
type(r) #Output str
type(loaded_r) #Output dict

A Java collection of value pairs? (tuples?)

just create a class like

class tuples 
{ 
int x;
int y;
} 

then create List of this objects of tuples

List<tuples> list = new ArrayList<tuples>();

so you can also implement other new data structures in the same way.

Sound alarm when code finishes

On Windows

import winsound
duration = 1000  # milliseconds
freq = 440  # Hz
winsound.Beep(freq, duration)

Where freq is the frequency in Hz and the duration is in milliseconds.

On Linux and Mac

import os
duration = 1  # seconds
freq = 440  # Hz
os.system('play -nq -t alsa synth {} sine {}'.format(duration, freq))

In order to use this example, you must install sox.

On Debian / Ubuntu / Linux Mint, run this in your terminal:

sudo apt install sox

On Mac, run this in your terminal (using macports):

sudo port install sox

Speech on Mac

import os
os.system('say "your program has finished"')

Speech on Linux

import os
os.system('spd-say "your program has finished"')

You need to install the speech-dispatcher package in Ubuntu (or the corresponding package on other distributions):

sudo apt install speech-dispatcher

How to convert String to Date value in SAS?

input(char_val,current_date_format);

You can specify any date format at display time, like set char_val=date9.;

Should I test private methods or only public ones?

Yes you should test private methods, wherever possible. Why? To avoid an unnecessary state space explosion of test cases which ultimately just end up implicitly testing the same private functions repeatedly on the same inputs. Let's explain why with an example.

Consider the following slightly contrived example. Suppose we want to expose publicly a function that takes 3 integers and returns true if and only if those 3 integers are all prime. We might implement it like this:

public bool allPrime(int a, int b, int c)
{
  return andAll(isPrime(a), isPrime(b), isPrime(c))
}

private bool andAll(bool... boolArray)
{
  foreach (bool b in boolArray)
  {
    if(b == false) return false;
  }
  return true;
}

private bool isPrime(int x){
  //Implementation to go here. Sorry if you were expecting a prime sieve.
}

Now, if we were to take the strict approach that only public functions should be tested, we'd only be allowed to test allPrime and not isPrime or andAll.

As a tester, we might be interested in five possibilities for each argument: < 0, = 0, = 1, prime > 1, not prime > 1. But to be thorough, we'd have to also see how every combination of the arguments plays together. So that's 5*5*5 = 125 test cases we'd need to thoroughly test this function, according to our intuitions.

On the other hand, if we were allowed to test the private functions, we could cover as much ground with fewer test cases. We'd need only 5 test cases to test isPrime to the same level as our previous intuition. And by the small scope hypothesis proposed by Daniel Jackson, we'd only need to test the andAll function up to a small length e.g. 3 or 4. Which would be at most 16 more tests. So 21 tests in total. Instead of 125. Of course, we probably would want to run a few tests on allPrime, but we wouldn't feel so obliged to cover exhaustively all 125 combinations of input scenarios we said we cared about. Just a few happy paths.

A contrived example, for sure, but it was necessary for a clear demonstration. And the pattern extends to real software. Private functions are usually the lowest level building blocks, and are thus often combined together to yield higher level logic. Meaning at higher levels, we have more repetitions of the lower level stuff due to the various combinations.

How to force 'cp' to overwrite directory instead of creating another one inside?

The following command ensures dotfiles (hidden files) are included in the copy:

$ cp -Rf foo/. bar

How do I merge a git tag onto a branch

Just complementing the answer.

Merging the last tag on a branch:

git checkout my-branch
git merge $(git describe --tags $(git rev-list --tags --max-count=1))

Inspired by https://gist.github.com/rponte/fdc0724dd984088606b0

How to query SOLR for empty fields?

If you have a large index, you should use a default value

   <field ... default="EMPTY" />

and then query for this default value. This is much more efficient than q=-id:["" TO *]

Notepad++ - How can I replace blank lines

As of NP++ V6.2.3 (nor sure about older versions) simply:

  1. Go menu -> Edit -> Line operations
  2. Choose "Remove Empty Lines" or "Remove Empty Lines (Containing white spaces)" according to your needs.

Hope this helps to achieve goal in simple and yet fast way:)

How to kill a process running on particular port in Linux?

This fuser 8080/tcp will print you PID of process bound on that port.

And this fuser -k 8080/tcp will kill that process.

Works on Linux only. More universal is use of lsof -i4 (or 6 for IPv6).

Run AVD Emulator without Android Studio

A Picture worth thousand words :)

How to Start AVD from MAC terminal

AVD from MAC Terminal

Increase max execution time for php

There's probably a limit set in your webserver. Some browsers/proxies will also implement a timeout. Invoking long running processes via an HTTP request is just plain silly. The right way to solve the problem (assuming you can't make the processing any faster) is to use the HTTP request to trigger processing outside of the webserver session group then poll the status via HTTP until you've got a result set.

How to make unicode string with python3

the easiest way in python 3.x

text = "hi , I'm text"
text.encode('utf-8')

How do you produce a .d.ts "typings" definition file from an existing JavaScript library?

Here is some PowerShell that creates a single TypeScript definition file a library that includes multiple *.js files with modern JavaScript.

First, change all the extensions to .ts.

Get-ChildItem | foreach { Rename-Item $_ $_.Name.Replace(".js", ".ts") }

Second, use the TypeScript compiler to generate definition files. There will be a bunch of compiler errors, but we can ignore those.

Get-ChildItem | foreach { tsc $_.Name  }

Finally, combine all the *.d.ts files into one index.d.ts, removing the import statements and removing the default from each export statement.

Remove-Item index.d.ts; 

Get-ChildItem -Path *.d.ts -Exclude "Index.d.ts" | `
  foreach { Get-Content $_ } | `
  where { !$_.ToString().StartsWith("import") } | `
  foreach { $_.Replace("export default", "export") } | `
  foreach { Add-Content index.d.ts $_ }

This ends with a single, usable index.d.ts file that includes many of the definitions.

Vim 80 column layout concerns

You can try this:

au BufWinEnter * if &textwidth > 8
\ | let w:m1=matchadd('MatchParen', printf('\%%<%dv.\%%>%dv', &textwidth+1, &textwidth-8), -1)
\ | let w:m2=matchadd('ErrorMsg', printf('\%%>%dv.\+', &textwidth), -1)
\ | endif

That will set up two highlights in every buffer, one for characters in the 8 columns prior to whatever your &textwidth is set to, and one for characters beyond that column. That way you have some extent of anticipation. Of course you can tweak it to use a different width if you want more or less anticipation (which you pay for in the form of loss of syntax highlighting in those columns).

Django set default form values

As explained in Django docs, initial is not default.

  • The initial value of a field is intended to be displayed in an HTML . But if the user delete this value, and finally send back a blank value for this field, the initial value is lost. So you do not obtain what is expected by a default behaviour.

  • The default behaviour is : the value that validation process will take if data argument do not contain any value for the field.

To implement that, a straightforward way is to combine initial and clean_<field>():

class JournalForm(ModelForm):
    tank = forms.IntegerField(widget=forms.HiddenInput(), initial=123) 

    (...)

    def clean_tank(self):
        if not self['tank'].html_name in self.data:
            return self.fields['tank'].initial
        return self.cleaned_data['tank']

Remove all constraints affecting a UIView

Swift

Following UIView Extension will remove all Edge constraints of a view:

extension UIView {
    func removeAllConstraints() {
        if let _superview = self.superview {
            self.removeFromSuperview()
            _superview.addSubview(self)
        }
    }
}

Return the most recent record from ElasticSearch index

the _timestamp didn't work out for me,

this query does work for me:

(as in mconlin's answer)

{
  "query": {
    "match_all": {}
  },
  "size": "1",
  "sort": [
    {
      "@timestamp": {
        "order": "desc"
      }
    }
  ]
}

Could be trivial but the _timestamp answer didn't gave an error but not a good result either...

Hope to help someone...

(kibana/elastic 5.0.4)

S.

Can local storage ever be considered secure?

As an exploration of this topic, I have a presentation titled "Securing TodoMVC Using the Web Cryptography API" (video, code).

It uses the Web Cryptography API to store the todo list encrypted in localStorage by password protecting the application and using a password derived key for encryption. If you forget or lose the password, there is no recovery. (Disclaimer - it was a POC and not intended for production use.)

As the other answers state, this is still susceptible to XSS or malware installed on the client computer. However, any sensitive data would also be in memory when the data is stored on the server and the application is in use. I suggest that offline support may be the compelling use case.

In the end, encrypting localStorage probably only protects the data from attackers that have read only access to the system or its backups. It adds a small amount of defense in depth for OWASP Top 10 item A6-Sensitive Data Exposure, and allows you to answer "Is any of this data stored in clear text long term?" correctly.

What's the difference between an element and a node in XML?

Element is the only kind of node that can have child nodes and attributes.

Document also has child nodes, BUT
no attributes, no text, exactly one child element.

Display open transactions in MySQL

How can I display these open transactions and commit or cancel them?

There is no open transaction, MySQL will rollback the transaction upon disconnect.
You cannot commit the transaction (IFAIK).

You display threads using

SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST  

See: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/thread-information.html

It will not help you, because you cannot commit a transaction from a broken connection.

What happens when a connection breaks
From the MySQL docs: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/mysql-tips.html

4.5.1.6.3. Disabling mysql Auto-Reconnect

If the mysql client loses its connection to the server while sending a statement, it immediately and automatically tries to reconnect once to the server and send the statement again. However, even if mysql succeeds in reconnecting, your first connection has ended and all your previous session objects and settings are lost: temporary tables, the autocommit mode, and user-defined and session variables. Also, any current transaction rolls back.

This behavior may be dangerous for you, as in the following example where the server was shut down and restarted between the first and second statements without you knowing it:

Also see: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/auto-reconnect.html

How to diagnose and fix this
To check for auto-reconnection:

If an automatic reconnection does occur (for example, as a result of calling mysql_ping()), there is no explicit indication of it. To check for reconnection, call mysql_thread_id() to get the original connection identifier before calling mysql_ping(), then call mysql_thread_id() again to see whether the identifier has changed.

Make sure you keep your last query (transaction) in the client so that you can resubmit it if need be.
And disable auto-reconnect mode, because that is dangerous, implement your own reconnect instead, so that you know when a drop occurs and you can resubmit that query.

how to convert string into time format and add two hours

Being a fan of the Joda Time library, here's how you can do it that way using a Joda DateTime:

import org.joda.time.format.*;
import org.joda.time.*;

...    

String dateString = "2009-04-17 10:41:33";

// parse the string
DateTimeFormatter formatter = DateTimeFormat.forPattern("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss");
DateTime dateTime = formatter.parseDateTime(dateString);

// add two hours
dateTime = dateTime.plusHours(2); // easier than mucking about with Calendar and constants

System.out.println(dateTime);

If you still need to use java.util.Date objects before/after this conversion, the Joda DateTime API provides some easy toDate() and toCalendar() methods for easy translation.

The Joda API provides so much more in the way of convenience over the Java Date/Calendar API.

How do I convert a list into a string with spaces in Python?

"".join([i for i in my_list])

This should work just like you asked!

Fatal error: "No Target Architecture" in Visual Studio

Another reason for the error (amongst many others that cropped up when changing the target build of a Win32 project to X64) was not having the C++ 64 bit compilers installed as noted at the top of this page.
Further to philipvr's comment on child headers, (in my case) an explicit include of winnt.h being unnecessary when windows.h was being used.

How can I get Android Wifi Scan Results into a list?

refer below link for getting ScanResult with redundant ssid removed from the list

duplicate SSID in scanning wifi result

what is the most efficient way of counting occurrences in pandas?

I think df['word'].value_counts() should serve. By skipping the groupby machinery, you'll save some time. I'm not sure why count should be much slower than max. Both take some time to avoid missing values. (Compare with size.)

In any case, value_counts has been specifically optimized to handle object type, like your words, so I doubt you'll do much better than that.

Stupid error: Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CACHE_MISS

I solved this error with clearing cache and restarting chrome. Hope they will fix it in ver 40.

JavaScript seconds to time string with format hh:mm:ss

function secondsToTime(secs)
{
    var hours = Math.floor(secs / (60 * 60));

    var divisor_for_minutes = secs % (60 * 60);
    var minutes = Math.floor(divisor_for_minutes / 60);

    var divisor_for_seconds = divisor_for_minutes % 60;
    var seconds = Math.ceil(divisor_for_seconds);

    if(hours >= 12)
    {
     var m= 'pm' ;
     }
     else
     {
         var m='am'
     }
     if(hours-12 >0)
     {
            var hrs = hours-12;
     }
     else if(hours-12 <0)
     {
            var hrs = hours;
     }
    var obj = {
        "h": hrs,
        "m": minutes,
        "s": seconds,
        "a":m
    };


    return obj;
}
var d = new Date();
var n = d.getHours();
var hms = d.getHours()+':'+d.getMinutes()+':'+d.getSeconds();   // your input string
var a = hms.split(':'); // split it at the colons

// minutes are worth 60 seconds. Hours are worth 60 minutes.
var seconds = (+a[0]) * 60 * 60 + (+a[1]) * 60 + (+a[2]); 




console.log(seconds);
console.log(secondsToTime(seconds))

https://jsfiddle.net/jithinksoft/9x6z4sdt/

How can I disable ReSharper in Visual Studio and enable it again?

Bind ReSharper_ToggleSuspended to a shortcut key.

Steps:

  1. Tools>Options
  2. Click Keyboard on the left hand side
  3. Type "suspend" in the "Show commands containing:" input box
  4. Pick the "ReSharper_ToggleSuspended"
  5. Press shortcut keys: and
  6. Press the "Assign" button.

Binding ReSharper_ToggleSuspended to a shortcut key (in my case: Ctrl-Shift-Q) works very well. With ReSharper not supporting the async CTP yet (as of mid-2011), when dipping into the code the uses the async keyword, this shortcut is invaluable.

"unrecognized selector sent to instance" error in Objective-C

..And now mine

I had the button linked to a method which accessed another button's parameter and that worked great BUT as soon I tried to do something with the button itself, I got a crash. While compiling, no error has been displayed.. Solution?

I failed to link the button to the file's owner. So if anyone here is as stupid as me, try this :)

Library not loaded: libmysqlclient.16.dylib error when trying to run 'rails server' on OS X 10.6 with mysql2 gem

I have the same issue. It looks like it's unable to find the libmysqlclient library. A temporary fix that has worked for me is the following:

export DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/mysql/lib/

I am not sure where the config is specifying the load path or what it's set to but my mysql install did not appear to be in it. I'll post again if I find a more permanent solution.

Edit: Actually this fix appears to more accurately address the problem.

What is the difference between #import and #include in Objective-C?

IF you #include a file two times in .h files than compiler will give error. But if you #import a file more than once compiler will ignore it.

Markdown to create pages and table of contents?

Here's a useful method. Should produce clickable references in any MarkDown editor.

# Table of contents
1. [Introduction](#introduction)
2. [Some paragraph](#paragraph1)
    1. [Sub paragraph](#subparagraph1)
3. [Another paragraph](#paragraph2)

## This is the introduction <a name="introduction"></a>
Some introduction text, formatted in heading 2 style

## Some paragraph <a name="paragraph1"></a>
The first paragraph text

### Sub paragraph <a name="subparagraph1"></a>
This is a sub paragraph, formatted in heading 3 style

## Another paragraph <a name="paragraph2"></a>
The second paragraph text

Produces:

Table of contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Some paragraph
    1. Sub paragraph
  3. Another paragraph

This is the introduction

Some introduction text, formatted in heading 2 style

Some paragraph

The first paragraph text

Sub paragraph

This is a sub paragraph, formatted in heading 3 style

Another paragraph

The second paragraph text

Java decimal formatting using String.format?

java.text.NumberFormat is probably what you want.

How to go to a specific element on page?

To scroll to a specific element on your page, you can add a function into your jQuery(document).ready(function($){...}) as follows:

$("#fromTHIS").click(function () {
    $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: $("#toTHIS").offset().top }, 500);
    return true;
});

It works like a charm in all browsers. Adjust the speed according to your need.

HTML 5 Favicon - Support?

The answers provided (at the time of this post) are link only answers so I thought I would summarize the links into an answer and what I will be using.

When working to create Cross Browser Favicons (including touch icons) there are several things to consider.

The first (of course) is Internet Explorer. IE does not support PNG favicons until version 11. So our first line is a conditional comment for favicons in IE 9 and below:

<!--[if IE]><link rel="shortcut icon" href="path/to/favicon.ico"><![endif]-->

To cover the uses of the icon create it at 32x32 pixels. Notice the rel="shortcut icon" for IE to recognize the icon it needs the word shortcut which is not standard. Also we wrap the .ico favicon in a IE conditional comment because Chrome and Safari will use the .ico file if it is present, despite other options available, not what we would like.

The above covers IE up to IE 9. IE 11 accepts PNG favicons, however, IE 10 does not. Also IE 10 does not read conditional comments thus IE 10 won't show a favicon. With IE 11 and Edge available I don't see IE 10 in widespread use, so I ignore this browser.

For the rest of the browsers we are going to use the standard way to cite a favicon:

<link rel="icon" href="path/to/favicon.png">

This icon should be 196x196 pixels in size to cover all devices that may use this icon.

To cover touch icons on mobile devices we are going to use Apple's proprietary way to cite a touch icon:

<link rel="apple-touch-icon-precomposed" href="apple-touch-icon-precomposed.png">

Using rel="apple-touch-icon-precomposed" will not apply the reflective shine when bookmarked on iOS. To have iOS apply the shine use rel="apple-touch-icon". This icon should be sized to 180x180 pixels as that is the current size recommend by Apple for the latest iPhones and iPads. I have read Blackberry will also use rel="apple-touch-icon-precomposed".

As a note: Chrome for Android states:

The apple-touch-* are deprecated, and will be supported only for a short time. (Written as of beta for m31 of Chrome).

Custom Tiles for IE 11+ on Windows 8.1+

IE 11+ on Windows 8.1+ does offer a way to create pinned tiles for your site.

Microsoft recommends creating a few tiles at the following size:

Small: 128 x 128

Medium: 270 x 270

Wide: 558 x 270

Large: 558 x 558

These should be transparent images as we will define a color background next.

Once these images are created you should create an xml file called browserconfig.xml with the following code:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<browserconfig>
  <msapplication>
    <tile>
      <square70x70logo src="images/smalltile.png"/>
      <square150x150logo src="images/mediumtile.png"/>
      <wide310x150logo src="images/widetile.png"/>
      <square310x310logo src="images/largetile.png"/>
      <TileColor>#009900</TileColor>
    </tile>
  </msapplication>
</browserconfig>

Save this xml file in the root of your site. When a site is pinned IE will look for this file. If you want to name the xml file something different or have it in a different location add this meta tag to the head:

<meta name="msapplication-config" content="path-to-browserconfig/custom-name.xml" />

For additional information on IE 11+ custom tiles and using the XML file visit Microsoft's website.

Putting it all together:

To put it all together the above code would look like this:

<!-- For IE 9 and below. ICO should be 32x32 pixels in size -->
<!--[if IE]><link rel="shortcut icon" href="path/to/favicon.ico"><![endif]-->

<!-- Touch Icons - iOS and Android 2.1+ 180x180 pixels in size. --> 
<link rel="apple-touch-icon-precomposed" href="apple-touch-icon-precomposed.png">

<!-- Firefox, Chrome, Safari, IE 11+ and Opera. 196x196 pixels in size. -->
<link rel="icon" href="path/to/favicon.png">

Windows Phone Live Tiles

If a user is using a Windows Phone they can pin a website to the start screen of their phone. Unfortunately, when they do this it displays a screenshot of your phone, not a favicon (not even the MS specific code referenced above). To make a "Live Tile" for Windows Phone Users for your website one must use the following code:

Here are detailed instructions from Microsoft but here is a synopsis:

Step 1

Create a square image for your website, to support hi-res screens create it at 768x768 pixels in size.

Step 2

Add a hidden overlay of this image. Here is example code from Microsoft:

<div id="TileOverlay" onclick="ToggleTileOverlay()" style='background-color: Highlight; height: 100%; width: 100%; top: 0px; left: 0px; position: fixed; color: black; visibility: hidden'>
  <img src="customtile.png" width="320" height="320" />
  <div style='margin-top: 40px'>
     Add text/graphic asking user to pin to start using the menu...
  </div>
</div>

Step 3

You then can add thew following line to add a pin to start link:

<a href="javascript:ToggleTileOverlay()">Pin this site to your start screen</a>

Microsoft recommends that you detect windows phone and only show that link to those users since it won't work for other users.

Step 4

Next you add some JS to toggle the overlay visibility

<script>
function ToggleTileOverlay() {
 var newVisibility =     (document.getElementById('TileOverlay').style.visibility == 'visible') ? 'hidden' : 'visible';
 document.getElementById('TileOverlay').style.visibility =    newVisibility;
}
</script>

Note on Sizes

I am using one size as every browser will scale down the image as necessary. I could add more HTML to specify multiple sizes if desired for those with a lower bandwidth but I am already compressing the PNG files heavily using TinyPNG and I find this unnecessary for my purposes. Also, according to philippe_b's answer Chrome and Firefox have bugs that cause the browser to load all sizes of icons. Using one large icon may be better than multiple smaller ones because of this.

Further Reading

For those who would like more details see the links below:

How should I import data from CSV into a Postgres table using pgAdmin 3?

You may have a table called 'test'

COPY test(gid, "name", the_geom)
FROM '/home/data/sample.csv'
WITH DELIMITER ','
CSV HEADER

How to debug a referenced dll (having pdb)

I had the *.pdb files in the same folder and used the options from Arindam, but it still didn't work. Turns out I needed to enable Enable native code debugging which can be found under Project properties > Debug.

Sort a list alphabetically

You should be able to use OrderBy in LINQ...

var sortedItems = myList.OrderBy(s => s);

Angular CLI - Please add a @NgModule annotation when using latest

In my case, I created a new ChildComponent in Parentcomponent whereas both in the same module but Parent is registered in a shared module so I created ChildComponent using CLI which registered Child in the current module but my parent was registered in the shared module.

So register the ChildComponent in Shared Module manually.

Ubuntu - Run command on start-up with "sudo"

Edit the tty configuration in /etc/init/tty*.conf with a shellscript as a parameter :

(...)
exec /sbin/getty -n -l  theInputScript.sh -8 38400 tty1
(...)

This is assuming that we're editing tty1 and the script that reads input is theInputScript.sh.

A word of warning this script is run as root, so when you are inputing stuff to it you have root priviliges. Also append a path to the location of the script.

Important: the script when it finishes, has to invoke the /sbin/login otherwise you wont be able to login in the terminal.

How do I validate a date string format in python?

From mere curiosity, I timed the two rivalling answers posted above.
And I had the following results:

dateutil.parser (valid str): 4.6732222699938575
dateutil.parser (invalid str): 1.7270505399937974
datetime.strptime (valid): 0.7822393209935399
datetime.strptime (invalid): 0.4394566189876059

And here's the code I used (Python 3.6)


from dateutil import parser as date_parser
from datetime import datetime
from timeit import timeit


def is_date_parsing(date_str):
    try:
        return bool(date_parser.parse(date_str))
    except ValueError:
        return False


def is_date_matching(date_str):
    try:
        return bool(datetime.strptime(date_str, '%Y-%m-%d'))
    except ValueError:
        return False



if __name__ == '__main__':
    print("dateutil.parser (valid date):", end=' ')
    print(timeit("is_date_parsing('2021-01-26')",
                 setup="from __main__ import is_date_parsing",
                 number=100000))

    print("dateutil.parser (invalid date):", end=' ')
    print(timeit("is_date_parsing('meh')",
                 setup="from __main__ import is_date_parsing",
                 number=100000))

    print("datetime.strptime (valid date):", end=' ')
    print(timeit("is_date_matching('2021-01-26')",
                 setup="from __main__ import is_date_matching",
                 number=100000))

    print("datetime.strptime (invalid date):", end=' ')
    print(timeit("is_date_matching('meh')",
                 setup="from __main__ import is_date_matching",
                 number=100000))

Count character occurrences in a string in C++

You can find out occurrence of '_' in source string by using string functions. find() function takes 2 arguments , first - string whose occurrences we want to find out and second argument takes starting position.While loop is use to find out occurrence till the end of source string.

example:

string str2 = "_";
string strData = "bla_bla_blabla_bla_";

size_t pos = 0,pos2;

while ((pos = strData.find(str2, pos)) < strData.length()) 
{
    printf("\n%d", pos);
    pos += str2.length();
} 

SQL Query - how do filter by null or not null

set ansi_nulls off go select * from table t inner join otherTable o on t.statusid = o.statusid go set ansi_nulls on go

MySql Table Insert if not exist otherwise update

Try using this:

If you specify ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE, and a row is inserted that would cause a duplicate value in a UNIQUE index orPRIMARY KEY, MySQL performs an [UPDATE`](http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/update.html) of the old row...

The ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE clause can contain multiple column assignments, separated by commas.

With ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE, the affected-rows value per row is 1 if the row is inserted as a new row, 2 if an existing row is updated, and 0 if an existing row is set to its current values. If you specify the CLIENT_FOUND_ROWS flag to mysql_real_connect() when connecting to mysqld, the affected-rows value is 1 (not 0) if an existing row is set to its current values...

In log4j, does checking isDebugEnabled before logging improve performance?

Since Log4j version 2.4 (orslf4j-api 2.0.0-alpha1) it's much better to use fluent API (or Java 8 lambda support for lazy logging), supporting Supplier<?> for log message argument, that can be given by lambda:

log.debug("Debug message with expensive data : {}", 
           () -> doExpensiveCalculation());

OR with slf4j API:

log.atDebug()
            .addArgument(() -> doExpensiveCalculation())
            .log("Debug message with expensive data : {}");

Inline CSS styles in React: how to implement a:hover?

Late to party but come with solution. You can use "&" to defines styles for hover nth Child etc:

day: {
    display: "flex",
    flex: "1",
    justifyContent: "center",
    alignItems: "center",
    width: "50px",
    height: "50px",
    transition: "all 0.2s",
    borderLeft: "solid 1px #cccccc",

    "&:hover": {
      background: "#efefef"
    },
    "&:last-child": {
      borderRight: "solid 1px #cccccc"
    }
},

How to input matrix (2D list) in Python?

If the input is formatted like this,

1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9

a one liner can be used

mat = [list(map(int,input().split())) for i in range(row)]

How to validate a credit card number

A credit card number is not a bunch of random numbers. There is a formula for checking if it is correct.

After a quick Google search I found this JavaScript which will check a credit card number to be valid.

http://javascript.internet.com/forms/credit-card-number-validation.html

URL Broken: Internet archive: http://web.archive.org/web/20100129174150/http://javascript.internet.com/forms/credit-card-number-validation.html?

<!-- TWO STEPS TO INSTALL CREDIT CARD NUMBER VALIDATION:

  1.  Copy the code into the HEAD of your HTML document
  2.  Add the last code into the BODY of your HTML document  -->

<!-- STEP ONE: Paste this code into the HEAD of your HTML document  -->

<HEAD>

  <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    /* This script and many more are available free online at
    The JavaScript Source!! http://javascript.internet.com
    Created by: David Leppek :: https://www.azcode.com/Mod10

    Basically, the algorithm takes each digit, from right to left and muliplies each second
    digit by two. If the multiple is two-digits long (i.e.: 6 * 2 = 12) the two digits of
    the multiple are then added together for a new number (1 + 2 = 3). You then add up the
    string of numbers, both unaltered and new values and get a total sum. This sum is then
    divided by 10 and the remainder should be zero if it is a valid credit card. Hense the
    name Mod 10 or Modulus 10.
    */
    function Mod10(ccNumb) {  // v2.0
      var valid = "0123456789"  // Valid digits in a credit card number
      var len = ccNumb.length;  // The length of the submitted cc number
      var iCCN = parseInt(ccNumb);  // Integer of ccNumb
      var sCCN = ccNumb.toString();  // String of ccNumb
      sCCN = sCCN.replace (/^\s+|\s+$/g,'');  // Strip spaces
      var iTotal = 0;  // Integer total set at zero
      var bNum = true;  // By default assume it is a number
      var bResult = false;  // By default assume it is NOT a valid cc
      var temp;  // Temporary variable for parsing string
      var calc;  // Used for calculation of each digit

      // Determine if the ccNumb is in fact all numbers
      for (var j=0; j<len; j++) {
        temp = "" + sCCN.substring(j, j+1);
        if (valid.indexOf(temp) == "-1"){
          bNum = false;
        }
      }

      // If it is NOT a number, you can either alert to the fact, or just pass a failure
      if (!bNum) {
        /* alert("Not a Number"); */
        bResult = false;
      }

      // Determine if it is the proper length
      if ((len == 0) && (bResult)) {  // Nothing, the field is blank AND passed above # check
        bResult = false;
      }
      else { // ccNumb is a number and the proper length - let's
             //  see if it is a valid card number

        if (len >= 15) {  // 15 or 16 for Amex or V/MC
          for (var i=len;i>0;i--) {  // LOOP through the digits of the card
            calc = parseInt(iCCN) % 10;  // Right most digit
            calc = parseInt(calc);  // Assure it is an integer
            iTotal += calc;  // Running total of the card number as we loop - Do Nothing to first digit
            i--;  // Decrement the count - move to the next digit in the card
            iCCN = iCCN / 10;                               // Subtracts right most digit from ccNumb
            calc = parseInt(iCCN) % 10;     // NEXT right most digit
            calc = calc *2;                                 // multiply the digit by two

            // Instead of some screwy method of converting 16 to a string
            // and then parsing 1 and 6 and then adding them to make 7,
            // I use a simple switch statement to change the value
            // of calc2 to 7 if 16 is the multiple.
            switch(calc) {
              case 10: calc = 1; break;  // 5*2=10 & 1+0 = 1
              case 12: calc = 3; break;  // 6*2=12 & 1+2 = 3
              case 14: calc = 5; break;  // 7*2=14 & 1+4 = 5
              case 16: calc = 7; break;  // 8*2=16 & 1+6 = 7
              case 18: calc = 9; break;  // 9*2=18 & 1+8 = 9
              default: calc = calc;      // 4*2= 8 &   8 = 8  - the same for all lower numbers
            }
            iCCN = iCCN / 10;  // Subtracts right most digit from ccNum
            iTotal += calc;  // Running total of the card number as we loop
          } // END OF LOOP

          if ((iTotal%10)==0){  // Check to see if the sum Mod 10 is zero
            bResult = true;  // This IS (or could be) a valid credit card number.
          }
          else {
            bResult = false;  // This could NOT be a valid credit card number
          }
        }
      }

      // Change alert to on-page display or other indication as needed.
      if (bResult) {
        alert("This IS a valid Credit Card Number!");
      }
      if (!bResult) {
        alert("This is NOT a valid Credit Card Number!");
      }
      return bResult; // Return the results
    }
    // -->
  </script>

</HEAD>


<!-- STEP TWO: Copy this code into the BODY of your HTML document  -->

<BODY>

<div align="center">
  <form name="Form1">
    <table width="50%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5">
      <tr>
        <td width="50%" align="right">Credit Card Number:   </td>
        <td width="50%">
          <input name="CreditCard" type="text" value="4012888888881881" size="18" maxlength="16" style="border: 1px solid #000098; padding: 3px;">
        </td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
        <td colspan="2" align="center">
          <input type="button" name="Button" style="color: #fff; background: #000098; font-weight:bold; border: solid 1px #000;" value="TEST CARD NUMBER" onClick="return Mod10(document.Form1.CreditCard.value);">
        </td>
      </tr>
    </table>
  </form>
</div>

<p><center>
  <font face="arial, helvetica" size"-2">Free JavaScripts provided<br>
  by <a href="http://javascriptsource.com">The JavaScript Source</a></font>
</center><p>

<!-- Script Size:  4.97 KB -->

Javascript to sort contents of select element

This will do the trick. Just pass it your select element a la: document.getElementById('lstALL') when you need your list sorted.

function sortSelect(selElem) {
    var tmpAry = new Array();
    for (var i=0;i<selElem.options.length;i++) {
        tmpAry[i] = new Array();
        tmpAry[i][0] = selElem.options[i].text;
        tmpAry[i][1] = selElem.options[i].value;
    }
    tmpAry.sort();
    while (selElem.options.length > 0) {
        selElem.options[0] = null;
    }
    for (var i=0;i<tmpAry.length;i++) {
        var op = new Option(tmpAry[i][0], tmpAry[i][1]);
        selElem.options[i] = op;
    }
    return;
}

Python 2.6: Class inside a Class?

I think you are confusing objects and classes. A class inside a class looks like this:

class Foo(object):
    class Bar(object):
        pass

>>> foo = Foo()
>>> bar = Foo.Bar()

But it doesn't look to me like that's what you want. Perhaps you are after a simple containment hierarchy:

class Player(object):
    def __init__(self, ... airplanes ...) # airplanes is a list of Airplane objects
        ...
        self.airplanes = airplanes
        ...

class Airplane(object):
    def __init__(self, ... flights ...) # flights is a list of Flight objects
        ...
        self.flights = flights
        ...

class Flight(object):
    def __init__(self, ... duration ...)
        ...
        self.duration = duration
        ...

Then you can build and use the objects thus:

player = Player(...[
    Airplane(... [
        Flight(...duration=10...),
        Flight(...duration=15...),
        ] ... ),
    Airplane(...[
        Flight(...duration=20...),
        Flight(...duration=11...),
        Flight(...duration=25...),
        ]...),
    ])

player.airplanes[5].flights[6].duration = 5

How to populate a sub-document in mongoose after creating it?

This might have changed since the original answer was written, but it looks like you can now use the Models populate function to do this without having to execute an extra findOne. See: http://mongoosejs.com/docs/api.html#model_Model.populate. You'd want to use this inside the save handler just like the findOne is.

How to get directory size in PHP

The following are other solutions offered elsewhere:

If on a Windows Host:

<?
    $f = 'f:/www/docs';
    $obj = new COM ( 'scripting.filesystemobject' );
    if ( is_object ( $obj ) )
    {
        $ref = $obj->getfolder ( $f );
        echo 'Directory: ' . $f . ' => Size: ' . $ref->size;
        $obj = null;
    }
    else
    {
        echo 'can not create object';
    }
?>

Else, if on a Linux Host:

<?
    $f = './path/directory';
    $io = popen ( '/usr/bin/du -sk ' . $f, 'r' );
    $size = fgets ( $io, 4096);
    $size = substr ( $size, 0, strpos ( $size, "\t" ) );
    pclose ( $io );
    echo 'Directory: ' . $f . ' => Size: ' . $size;
?>

iterating through Enumeration of hastable keys throws NoSuchElementException error

You're calling e.nextElement() twice inside your loop when you're only guaranteed that you can call it once without an exception. Rewrite the loop like so:

while(e.hasMoreElements()){
  String param = e.nextElement();
  System.out.println(param);
}

Xml serialization - Hide null values

private static string ToXml(Person obj)
{
  XmlSerializerNamespaces namespaces = new XmlSerializerNamespaces();
  namespaces.Add(string.Empty, string.Empty);

  string retval = null;
  if (obj != null)
  {
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
    using (XmlWriter writer = XmlWriter.Create(sb, new XmlWriterSettings() { OmitXmlDeclaration = true }))
    {
      new XmlSerializer(obj.GetType()).Serialize(writer, obj,namespaces);
    }
    retval = sb.ToString();
  }
  return retval;
}

What to return if Spring MVC controller method doesn't return value?

Yes, you can use @ResponseBody with void return type:

@RequestMapping(value = "/updateSomeData" method = RequestMethod.POST)
@ResponseBody
public void updateDataThatDoesntRequireClientToBeNotified(...) {
    ...
}

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

Europe is quite huge. I'm not sure if they use the same format all over. However this or this answer will be of help.

String text = "1,234567";
NumberFormat nf_in = NumberFormat.getNumberInstance(Locale.GERMANY);
double val = nf_in.parse(text).doubleValue();

NumberFormat nf_out = NumberFormat.getNumberInstance(Locale.UK);
nf_out.setMaximumFractionDigits(3);
String output = nf_out.format(val);

I.e. use the correct locale.

Effective way to find any file's Encoding

Providing the implementation details for the steps proposed by @CodesInChaos:

1) Check if there is a Byte Order Mark

2) Check if the file is valid UTF8

3) Use the local "ANSI" codepage (ANSI as Microsoft defines it)

Step 2 works because most non ASCII sequences in codepages other that UTF8 are not valid UTF8. https://stackoverflow.com/a/4522251/867248 explains the tactic in more details.

using System; using System.IO; using System.Text;

// Using encoding from BOM or UTF8 if no BOM found,
// check if the file is valid, by reading all lines
// If decoding fails, use the local "ANSI" codepage

public string DetectFileEncoding(Stream fileStream)
{
    var Utf8EncodingVerifier = Encoding.GetEncoding("utf-8", new EncoderExceptionFallback(), new DecoderExceptionFallback());
    using (var reader = new StreamReader(fileStream, Utf8EncodingVerifier,
           detectEncodingFromByteOrderMarks: true, leaveOpen: true, bufferSize: 1024))
    {
        string detectedEncoding;
        try
        {
            while (!reader.EndOfStream)
            {
                var line = reader.ReadLine();
            }
            detectedEncoding = reader.CurrentEncoding.BodyName;
        }
        catch (Exception e)
        {
            // Failed to decode the file using the BOM/UT8. 
            // Assume it's local ANSI
            detectedEncoding = "ISO-8859-1";
        }
        // Rewind the stream
        fileStream.Seek(0, SeekOrigin.Begin);
        return detectedEncoding;
   }
}


[Test]
public void Test1()
{
    Stream fs = File.OpenRead(@".\TestData\TextFile_ansi.csv");
    var detectedEncoding = DetectFileEncoding(fs);

    using (var reader = new StreamReader(fs, Encoding.GetEncoding(detectedEncoding)))
    {
       // Consume your file
        var line = reader.ReadLine();
        ...

Dynamic SQL results into temp table in SQL Stored procedure

DECLARE @EmpGroup INT =3 ,
        @IsActive BIT=1

DECLARE @tblEmpMaster AS TABLE
        (EmpCode VARCHAR(20),EmpName VARCHAR(50),EmpAddress VARCHAR(500))

INSERT INTO @tblEmpMaster EXECUTE SPGetEmpList @EmpGroup,@IsActive

SELECT * FROM @tblEmpMaster

what is the use of fflush(stdin) in c programming

It's not in standard C, so the behavior is undefined.

Some implementation uses it to clear stdin buffer.

From C11 7.21.5.2 The fflush function, fflush works only with output/update stream, not input stream.

If stream points to an output stream or an update stream in which the most recent operation was not input, the fflush function causes any unwritten data for that stream to be delivered to the host environment to be written to the file; otherwise, the behavior is undefined.

SSH Key - Still asking for password and passphrase

Generally, here are the steps to allow you make a remote connection to your server using ssh without password:

  • Create a pair of rsa private and public key

    $ ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "your comments"
    
  • Copy your public key and login to your remote server

  • Add your public key to .ssh/authorized_keys

  • If you have multiple ssh keys in your computer you might to add your key using ssh-add

    $ ssh-add /path/to/private/key

  • Then try ssh to your server

    $ ssh username@your_ip_address

Source: http://diary-of-programmer.blogspot.com/2018/08/tips-how-to-ssh-to-your-digitalocean.html

Git clone particular version of remote repository

Use git log to find the revision you want to rollback to, and take note of the commit hash. After that, you have 2 options:

  1. If you plan to commit anything after that revision, I recommend you to checkout to a new branch: git checkout -b <new_branch_name> <hash>

  2. If you don't plan to commit anything after that revision, you can simply checkout without a branch: git checkout <hash> - NOTE: This will put your repository in a 'detached HEAD' state, which means its currently not attached to any branch - then you'll have some extra work to merge new commits to an actual branch.

Example:

$ git log
commit 89915b4cc0810a9c9e67b3706a2850c58120cf75
Author: Jardel Weyrich <suppressed>
Date:   Wed Aug 18 20:15:01 2010 -0300

    Added a custom extension.

commit 4553c1466c437bdd0b4e7bb35ed238cb5b39d7e7
Author: Jardel Weyrich <suppressed>
Date:   Wed Aug 18 20:13:48 2010 -0300

    Missing constness.

$ git checkout 4553c1466c437bdd0b4e7bb35ed238cb5b39d7e7
Note: moving to '4553c1466c437bdd0b4e7bb35ed238cb5b39d7e7'
which isn't a local branch
If you want to create a new branch from this checkout, you may do so
(now or later) by using -b with the checkout command again. Example:
  git checkout -b <new_branch_name>
HEAD is now at 4553c14... Missing constness.

That way you don't lose any informations, thus you can move to a newer revision when it becomes stable.

When to use Task.Delay, when to use Thread.Sleep?

if the current thread is killed and you use Thread.Sleep and it is executing then you might get a ThreadAbortException. With Task.Delay you can always provide a cancellation token and gracefully kill it. Thats one reason I would choose Task.Delay. see http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/21177.visual-c-thread-sleep-vs-task-delay.aspx

I also agree efficiency is not paramount in this case.

What is "String args[]"? parameter in main method Java

When you finish your code, you will turn it into a file with the extension .java, which can be run by double clicking it, but also throughout a console (terminal on a mac, cmd.exe on windows) which lets the user do many things. One thing is they can see console messages (System.out.print or System.out.println) which they can't see if they double click. Another thing they can do is specify parameters, so normally you would use the line

java -jar MyCode.jar

after navigating to the folder of the program with

cd C:My/Code/Location

on windows or

cd My/Code/Location

on Mac (notice that mac is less clunky) to run code, but to specify parameters you would use

java -jar MyCode.jar parameter1 parameter2

These parameters stored in the args array, which you can use in your program is you want to allow the user to control special parameters such as what file to use or how much memory the program can have. If you want to know how to use an array, you could probably find a topic on this site or just google it. Note that any number of parameters can be used.

How can I recover a lost commit in Git?

git reflog is your friend. Find the commit that you want to be on in that list and you can reset to it (for example:git reset --hard e870e41).

(If you didn't commit your changes... you might be in trouble - commit early, and commit often!)

What is the OR operator in an IF statement

Just for completeness, the || and && are the conditional version of the | and & operators.

A reference to the ECMA C# Language specification is here.

From the specification:

3 The operation x || y corresponds to the operation x | y, except that y is evaluated only if x is false.

In the | version both sides are evaluated.

The conditional version short circuits evaluation and so allows for code like:

if (x == null || x.Value == 5)
    // Do something 

Or (no pun intended) using your example:

if (title == "User greeting" || title == "User name") 
    // {do stuff} 

Installing Git on Eclipse

Checkout this tutorial Eclipse install Git plugin – Step by Step installation instruction


Eclipse install Git plugin – Step by Step installation instruction

Step 1) Go to: http://eclipse.org/egit/download/ to get the plugin repository location.

Step 2.) Select appropriate repository location. In my case its http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates

Step 3.) Go to Help > Install New Software

Step 4.) To add repository location, Click Add. Enter repository name as “EGit Plugin”. Location will be the URL copied from Step 2. Now click Ok to add repository location.

Step 5.) Wait for a while and it will display list of available products to be installed. Expend “Eclipse Git Team Provider” and select “Eclipse Git Team Provider”. Now Click Next

Step 6.) Review product and click Next.

Step 7.) It will ask you to Accept the agreement. Accept the agreement and click Finish.

Step 8.) Within few seconds, depending on your internet speed, all the necessary dependencies and executable will be downloaded and installed.

Step 9.) Accept the prompt to restart the Eclipse.

Your Eclipse Git Plugin installation is complete.

To verify your installation.

Step 1.) Go to Help > Install New Software

Step 2.) Click on Already Installed and verify plugin is installed.

How to do a redirect to another route with react-router?

The simplest solution is:

import { Redirect } from 'react-router';

<Redirect to='/componentURL' />

How to remove a column from an existing table?

The question is, can you only delete a column from an unexisting table ;-)

BEGIN TRANSACTION

IF exists (SELECT * FROM  sys.columns c 
INNER JOIN  sys.objects t ON (c.[object_id] = t.[object_id])
WHERE t.[object_id] = OBJECT_ID(N'[dbo].[MyTable]')
AND c.[name] = 'ColumnName')
    BEGIN TRY
        ALTER TABLE [dbo].[MyTable] DROP COLUMN ColumnName
    END TRY
    BEGIN CATCH
        print 'FAILED!'
    END CATCH
ELSE
    BEGIN 
        SELECT ERROR_NUMBER() AS ErrorNumber;
        print 'NO TABLE OR COLUMN FOUND !'
    END 

COMMIT  

Pipe to/from the clipboard in Bash script

A way to paste from clipboard to file without any tools except echo.

  1. Escape single quotes in the text you want to paste: replace all occurrences of ' with '\'' and copy the result to clipboard.
  2. Type echo -n '
  3. Press Shift+Insert
  4. Type ' > filename.txt
  5. Press Enter

Basically you're doing this:

echo -n 'copied text with single quotes escaped' > filename.txt

It works even if the copied text has new lines.

C++ getters/setters coding style

It tends to be a bad idea to make non-const fields public because it then becomes hard to force error checking constraints and/or add side-effects to value changes in the future.

In your case, you have a const field, so the above issues are not a problem. The main downside of making it a public field is that you're locking down the underlying implementation. For example, if in the future you wanted to change the internal representation to a C-string or a Unicode string, or something else, then you'd break all the client code. With a getter, you could convert to the legacy representation for existing clients while providing the newer functionality to new users via a new getter.

I'd still suggest having a getter method like the one you have placed above. This will maximize your future flexibility.

jQuery: keyPress Backspace won't fire?

Use keyup instead of keypress. This gets all the key codes when the user presses something

How to compare two maps by their values

To see if two maps have the same values, you can do the following:

  • Get their Collection<V> values() views
  • Wrap into List<V>
  • Collections.sort those lists
  • Test if the two lists are equals

Something like this works (though its type bounds can be improved on):

static <V extends Comparable<V>>
boolean valuesEquals(Map<?,V> map1, Map<?,V> map2) {
    List<V> values1 = new ArrayList<V>(map1.values());
    List<V> values2 = new ArrayList<V>(map2.values());
    Collections.sort(values1);
    Collections.sort(values2);
    return values1.equals(values2);
}

Test harness:

Map<String, String> map1 = new HashMap<String,String>();
map1.put("A", "B");
map1.put("C", "D");

Map<String, String> map2 = new HashMap<String,String>();
map2.put("A", "D");
map2.put("C", "B");

System.out.println(valuesEquals(map1, map2)); // prints "true"

This is O(N log N) due to Collections.sort.

See also:


To test if the keys are equals is easier, because they're Set<K>:

map1.keySet().equals(map2.keySet())

See also:

How to extract code of .apk file which is not working?

Click here this is a good tutorial for both window/ubuntu.

  1. apktool1.5.1.jar download from here.

  2. apktool-install-linux-r05-ibot download from here.

  3. dex2jar-0.0.9.15.zip download from here.

  4. jd-gui-0.3.3.linux.i686.tar.gz (java de-complier) download from here.

  5. framework-res.apk ( Located at your android device /system/framework/)

Procedure:

  1. Rename the .apk file and change the extension to .zip ,

it will become .zip.

  1. Then extract .zip.

  2. Unzip downloaded dex2jar-0.0.9.15.zip file , copy the contents and paste it to unzip folder.

  3. Open terminal and change directory to unzip “dex2jar-0.0.9.15 “

– cd – sh dex2jar.sh classes.dex (result of this command “classes.dex.dex2jar.jar” will be in your extracted folder itself).

  1. Now, create new folder and copy “classes.dex.dex2jar.jar” into it.

  2. Unzip “jd-gui-0.3.3.linux.i686.zip“ and open up the “Java Decompiler” in full screen mode.

  3. Click on open file and select “classes.dex.dex2jar.jar” into the window.

  4. “Java Decompiler” and go to file > save and save the source in a .zip file.

  5. Create “source_code” folder.

  6. Extract the saved .zip and copy the contents to “source_code” folder.

  7. This will be where we keep your source code.

  8. Extract apktool1.5.1.tar.bz2 , you get apktool.jar

  9. Now, unzip “apktool-install-linux-r05-ibot.zip”

  10. Copy “framework-res.apk” , “.apk” and apktool.jar

  11. Paste it to the unzip “apktool-install-linux-r05-ibot” folder (line no 13).

  12. Then open terminal and type:

    – cd

    – chown -R : ‘apktool.jar’

    – chown -R : ‘apktool’

    – chown -R : ‘aapt’

    – sudo chmod +x ‘apktool.jar’

    – sudo chmod +x ‘apktool’

    – sudo chmod +x ‘aapt’

    – sudo mv apktool.jar /usr/local/bin

    – sudo mv apktool /usr/local/bin

    – sudo mv aapt /usr/local/bin

    – apktool if framework-res.apk – apktool d .apk

What are the obj and bin folders (created by Visual Studio) used for?

The obj directory is for intermediate object files and other transient data files that are generated by the compiler or build system during a build. The bin directory is the directory that final output binaries (and any dependencies or other deployable files) will be written to.

You can change the actual directories used for both purposes within the project settings, if you like.

How to convert int[] into List<Integer> in Java?

The smallest piece of code would be:

public List<Integer> myWork(int[] array) {
    return Arrays.asList(ArrayUtils.toObject(array));
}

where ArrayUtils comes from commons-lang :)

HikariCP - connection is not available

From stack trace:

HikariPool: Timeout failure pool HikariPool-0 stats (total=20, active=20, idle=0, waiting=0) Means pool reached maximum connections limit set in configuration.

The next line: HikariPool-0 - Connection is not available, request timed out after 30000ms. Means pool waited 30000ms for free connection but your application not returned any connection meanwhile.

Mostly it is connection leak (connection is not closed after borrowing from pool), set leakDetectionThreshold to the maximum value that you expect SQL query would take to execute.

otherwise, your maximum connections 'at a time' requirement is higher than 20 !

How to create a multi line body in C# System.Net.Mail.MailMessage

Adding . before \r\n makes it work if the original string before \r\n has no .

Other characters may work. I didn't try.

With or without the three lines including IsBodyHtml, not a matter.

How do I get the time of day in javascript/Node.js?

If you only want the time string you can use this expression (with a simple RegEx):

new Date().toISOString().match(/(\d{2}:){2}\d{2}/)[0]
// "23:00:59"

JPA or JDBC, how are they different?

In layman's terms:

  • JDBC is a standard for Database Access
  • JPA is a standard for ORM

JDBC is a standard for connecting to a DB directly and running SQL against it - e.g SELECT * FROM USERS, etc. Data sets can be returned which you can handle in your app, and you can do all the usual things like INSERT, DELETE, run stored procedures, etc. It is one of the underlying technologies behind most Java database access (including JPA providers).

One of the issues with traditional JDBC apps is that you can often have some crappy code where lots of mapping between data sets and objects occur, logic is mixed in with SQL, etc.

JPA is a standard for Object Relational Mapping. This is a technology which allows you to map between objects in code and database tables. This can "hide" the SQL from the developer so that all they deal with are Java classes, and the provider allows you to save them and load them magically. Mostly, XML mapping files or annotations on getters and setters can be used to tell the JPA provider which fields on your object map to which fields in the DB. The most famous JPA provider is Hibernate, so it's a good place to start for concrete examples.

Other examples include OpenJPA, toplink, etc.

Under the hood, Hibernate and most other providers for JPA write SQL and use JDBC to read and write from and to the DB.

How to Compare two Arrays are Equal using Javascript?

You could try this simple approach

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var array1 = [4,8,9,10];_x000D_
var array2 = [4,8,9,10];_x000D_
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console.log(array1.join('|'));_x000D_
console.log(array2.join('|'));_x000D_
_x000D_
if (array1.join('|') === array2.join('|')) {_x000D_
 console.log('The arrays are equal.');_x000D_
} else {_x000D_
 console.log('The arrays are NOT equal.');_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
array1 = [[1,2],[3,4],[5,6],[7,8]];_x000D_
array2 = [[1,2],[3,4],[5,6],[7,8]];_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(array1.join('|'));_x000D_
console.log(array2.join('|'));_x000D_
_x000D_
if (array1.join('|') === array2.join('|')) {_x000D_
 console.log('The arrays are equal.');_x000D_
} else {_x000D_
 console.log('The arrays are NOT equal.');_x000D_
}
_x000D_
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If the position of the values are not important you could sort the arrays first.

if (array1.sort().join('|') === array2.sort().join('|')) {
    console.log('The arrays are equal.');
} else {
    console.log('The arrays are NOT equal.');
}

How do I test a single file using Jest?

Since at least 2019:

npm test -- SomeTestFileToRun

In 2015:

In order to run a specific test, you'll need to use the jest command. npm test will not work. To access jest directly on the command line, install it via npm i -g jest-cli or yarn global add jest-cli.

Then simply run your specific test with jest bar.spec.js.

Note: You don't have to enter the full path to your test file. The argument is interpreted as a regular expression. Any part of the full path that uniquely identifies a file suffices.

Undo git update-index --assume-unchanged <file>

If you are using Git Extensions, then follow below steps:

  1. Go to commit window.
  2. Click on the dropdown named Working directory changes.
  3. Select Show assummed-unchanged files option.
  4. Right click on the file you want to unassumme.
  5. Select Do no assumme unchanged.

You are done.

Using media breakpoints in Bootstrap 4-alpha

Use breakpoint mixins like this:

.something {
    padding: 5px;
    @include media-breakpoint-up(sm) { 
        padding: 20px;
    }
    @include media-breakpoint-up(md) { 
        padding: 40px;
    }
}

v4 breakpoints reference

v4 alpha6 breakpoints reference


Below full options and values.

Breakpoint & up (toggle on value and above):

@include media-breakpoint-up(xs) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-up(sm) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-up(md) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-up(lg) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-up(xl) { ... }

breakpoint & up values:

// Extra small devices (portrait phones, less than 576px)
// No media query since this is the default in Bootstrap

// Small devices (landscape phones, 576px and up)
@media (min-width: 576px) { ... }

// Medium devices (tablets, 768px and up)
@media (min-width: 768px) { ... }

// Large devices (desktops, 992px and up)
@media (min-width: 992px) { ... }

// Extra large devices (large desktops, 1200px and up)
@media (min-width: 1200px) { ... }

breakpoint & down (toggle on value and down):

@include media-breakpoint-down(xs) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-down(sm) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-down(md) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-down(lg) { ... }

breakpoint & down values:

// Extra small devices (portrait phones, less than 576px)
@media (max-width: 575px) { ... }

// Small devices (landscape phones, less than 768px)
@media (max-width: 767px) { ... }

// Medium devices (tablets, less than 992px)
@media (max-width: 991px) { ... }

// Large devices (desktops, less than 1200px)
@media (max-width: 1199px) { ... }

// Extra large devices (large desktops)
// No media query since the extra-large breakpoint has no upper bound on its width

breakpoint only:

@include media-breakpoint-only(xs) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-only(sm) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-only(md) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-only(lg) { ... }
@include media-breakpoint-only(xl) { ... }

breakpoint only values (toggle in between values only):

// Extra small devices (portrait phones, less than 576px)
@media (max-width: 575px) { ... }

// Small devices (landscape phones, 576px and up)
@media (min-width: 576px) and (max-width: 767px) { ... }

// Medium devices (tablets, 768px and up)
@media (min-width: 768px) and (max-width: 991px) { ... }

// Large devices (desktops, 992px and up)
@media (min-width: 992px) and (max-width: 1199px) { ... }

// Extra large devices (large desktops, 1200px and up)
@media (min-width: 1200px) { ... }

Finding out current index in EACH loop (Ruby)

X.each_with_index do |item, index|
  puts "current_index: #{index}"
end

Nth max salary in Oracle

you can replace the 2 with your desired number

select * from ( select distinct (sal),ROW_NUMBER() OVER (order by sal desc) rn from emp ) where rn=2

Execute php file from another php

exec('wget http://<url to the php script>') worked for me.

It enable me to integrate two php files that were designed as web pages and run them as code to do work without affecting the calling page

Using unset vs. setting a variable to empty

As has been said, using unset is different with arrays as well

$ foo=(4 5 6)

$ foo[2]=

$ echo ${#foo[*]}
3

$ unset foo[2]

$ echo ${#foo[*]}
2

Dialog with transparent background in Android

One issue I found with all the existing answers is that the margins aren't preserved. This is because they all override the android:windowBackground attribute, which is responsible for margins, with a solid color. However, I did some digging in the Android SDK and found the default window background drawable, and modified it a bit to allow transparent dialogs.

First, copy /platforms/android-22/data/res/drawable/dialog_background_material.xml to your project. Or, just copy these lines into a new file:

<inset xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:inset="16dp">
    <shape android:shape="rectangle">
        <corners android:radius="2dp" />
        <solid android:color="?attr/colorBackground" />
    </shape>
</inset>

Notice that android:color is set to ?attr/colorBackground. This is the default solid grey/white you see. To allow the color defined in android:background in your custom style to be transparent and show the transparency, all we have to do is change ?attr/colorBackground to @android:color/transparent. Now it will look like this:

<inset xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:inset="16dp">
    <shape android:shape="rectangle">
        <corners android:radius="2dp" />
        <solid android:color="@android:color/transparent" />
    </shape>
</inset>

After that, go to your theme and add this:

<style name="MyTransparentDialog" parent="@android:style/Theme.Material.Dialog">
    <item name="android:windowBackground">@drawable/newly_created_background_name</item>
    <item name="android:background">@color/some_transparent_color</item>
</style>

Make sure to replace newly_created_background_name with the actual name of the drawable file you just created, and replace some_transparent_color with the desired transparent background.

After that all we need to do is set the theme. Use this when creating the AlertDialog.Builder:

    AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this, R.style.MyTransparentDialog);

Then just build, create, and show the dialog as usual!

Bash command line and input limit

Ok, Denizens. So I have accepted the command line length limits as gospel for quite some time. So, what to do with one's assumptions? Naturally- check them.

I have a Fedora 22 machine at my disposal (meaning: Linux with bash4). I have created a directory with 500,000 inodes (files) in it each of 18 characters long. The command line length is 9,500,000 characters. Created thus:

seq 1 500000 | while read digit; do
    touch $(printf "abigfilename%06d\n" $digit);
done

And we note:

$ getconf ARG_MAX
2097152

Note however I can do this:

$ echo * > /dev/null

But this fails:

$ /bin/echo * > /dev/null
bash: /bin/echo: Argument list too long

I can run a for loop:

$ for f in *; do :; done

which is another shell builtin.

Careful reading of the documentation for ARG_MAX states, Maximum length of argument to the exec functions. This means: Without calling exec, there is no ARG_MAX limitation. So it would explain why shell builtins are not restricted by ARG_MAX.

And indeed, I can ls my directory if my argument list is 109948 files long, or about 2,089,000 characters (give or take). Once I add one more 18-character filename file, though, then I get an Argument list too long error. So ARG_MAX is working as advertised: the exec is failing with more than ARG_MAX characters on the argument list- including, it should be noted, the environment data.

How to remove duplicate white spaces in string using Java?

You can use the regex

(\s)\1

and

replace it with $1.

Java code:

str = str.replaceAll("(\\s)\\1","$1");

If the input is "foo\t\tbar " you'll get "foo\tbar " as output
But if the input is "foo\t bar" it will remain unchanged because it does not have any consecutive whitespace characters.

If you treat all the whitespace characters(space, vertical tab, horizontal tab, carriage return, form feed, new line) as space then you can use the following regex to replace any number of consecutive white space with a single space:

str = str.replaceAll("\\s+"," ");

But if you want to replace two consecutive white space with a single space you should do:

str = str.replaceAll("\\s{2}"," ");

SELECT COUNT in LINQ to SQL C#

Like that

var purchCount = (from purchase in myBlaContext.purchases select purchase).Count();

or even easier

var purchCount = myBlaContext.purchases.Count()

Is there an equivalent of CSS max-width that works in HTML emails?

This is the solution that worked for me

https://gist.github.com/elidickinson/5525752#gistcomment-1649300, thanks to @philipp-klinz

<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0" style="padding:0px;margin:0px;width:100%;">
    <tr><td colspan="3" style="padding:0px;margin:0px;font-size:20px;height:20px;" height="20">&nbsp;</td></tr>
     <tr>
        <td style="padding:0px;margin:0px;">&nbsp;</td>
        <td style="padding:0px;margin:0px;" width="560"><!-- max width goes here -->

             <!-- PLACE CONTENT HERE -->

        </td>
        <td style="padding:0px;margin:0px;">&nbsp;</td>
    </tr>
    <tr><td colspan="3" style="padding:0px;margin:0px;font-size:20px;height:20px;" height="20">&nbsp;</td></tr>
</table>

How to execute multiple commands in a single line

Googling gives me this:


Command A & Command B

Execute Command A, then execute Command B (no evaluation of anything)


Command A | Command B

Execute Command A, and redirect all its output into the input of Command B


Command A && Command B

Execute Command A, evaluate the errorlevel after running and if the exit code (errorlevel) is 0, only then execute Command B


Command A || Command B

Execute Command A, evaluate the exit code of this command and if it's anything but 0, only then execute Command B


xlsxwriter: is there a way to open an existing worksheet in my workbook?

You can use the workbook.get_worksheet_by_name() feature: https://xlsxwriter.readthedocs.io/workbook.html#get_worksheet_by_name

According to https://xlsxwriter.readthedocs.io/changes.html the feature has been added on May 13, 2016.

"Release 0.8.7 - May 13 2016

-Fix for issue when inserting read-only images on Windows. Issue #352.

-Added get_worksheet_by_name() method to allow the retrieval of a worksheet from a workbook via its name.

-Fixed issue where internal file creation and modification dates were in the local timezone instead of UTC."

Check/Uncheck a checkbox on datagridview

I was making my own version of a Checkbox to control a DataGridViewCheckBoxColumn when I saw this post wasn't actually answered. To set the checked state of a DataGridViewCheckBoxCell use:

foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dataGridView1.Rows)
{
    dataGridView1.Rows[row.Index].SetValues(true);
}

For anyone else trying to accomplish the same thing, here is what I came up with.

This makes the two controls behave like the checkbox column in Gmail. It keeps functionality for both mouse and keyboard.

using System;
using System.Windows.Forms;

namespace Check_UnCheck_All
{
    public partial class Check_UnCheck_All : Form
    {
        public Check_UnCheck_All()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
            dataGridView1.RowCount = 10;
            dataGridView1.AllowUserToAddRows = false;
            this.dataGridView1.CellContentClick += new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellEventHandler(this.dgvApps_CellContentClick);
            this.dataGridView1.CellMouseUp += new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellMouseEventHandler(this.myDataGrid_OnCellMouseUp);
            this.dataGridView1.CellValueChanged += new System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewCellEventHandler(this.myDataGrid_OnCellValueChanged);
            this.checkBox1.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.checkBox1_Click);
        }

        public int chkInt = 0;
        public bool chked = false;

        public void myDataGrid_OnCellValueChanged(object sender, DataGridViewCellEventArgs e)
        {
            if (e.ColumnIndex == dataGridView1.Rows[0].Index && e.RowIndex != -1)
            {
                DataGridViewCheckBoxCell chk = dataGridView1.Rows[e.RowIndex].Cells[0] as DataGridViewCheckBoxCell;

                if (Convert.ToBoolean(chk.Value) == true) chkInt++;
                if (Convert.ToBoolean(chk.Value) == false) chkInt--;
                if (chkInt < dataGridView1.Rows.Count && chkInt > 0)
                {
                    checkBox1.CheckState = CheckState.Indeterminate;
                    chked = true;
                }
                else if (chkInt == 0)
                {
                    checkBox1.CheckState = CheckState.Unchecked;
                    chked = false;
                }
                else if (chkInt == dataGridView1.Rows.Count)
                {
                    checkBox1.CheckState = CheckState.Checked;
                    chked = true;
                }
            }
        }
        public void myDataGrid_OnCellMouseUp(object sender, DataGridViewCellMouseEventArgs e)
        {
            // End of edition on each click on column of checkbox
            if (e.ColumnIndex == dataGridView1.Rows[0].Index && e.RowIndex != -1)
            {
                dataGridView1.EndEdit();
            }
            dataGridView1.BeginEdit(true);
        }
        public void dgvApps_CellContentClick(object sender, DataGridViewCellEventArgs e)
        {
            if (dataGridView1.CurrentCell.GetType() == typeof(DataGridViewCheckBoxCell))
            {
                if (dataGridView1.CurrentCell.IsInEditMode)
                {
                    if (dataGridView1.IsCurrentCellDirty)
                    {
                        dataGridView1.EndEdit();
                    }
                }
                dataGridView1.BeginEdit(true);
            }
        }
        public void checkBox1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (chked == true)
            {
                foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dataGridView1.Rows)
                {
                    DataGridViewCheckBoxCell chk = (DataGridViewCheckBoxCell)row.Cells[0];
                    if (chk.Value == chk.TrueValue)
                    {
                        chk.Value = chk.FalseValue;
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        chk.Value = chk.TrueValue;
                    }
                }
                chked = false;
                chkInt = 0;
                return;
            }
            if (chked == false)
            {
                foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dataGridView1.Rows)
                {
                    dataGridView1.Rows[row.Index].SetValues(true);
                }
                chked = true;
                chkInt = dataGridView1.Rows.Count;
            }
        }
    }
}

How do I check if an element is hidden in jQuery?

You can use this:

$(element).is(':visible');

Example code

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$(document).ready(function()_x000D_
{_x000D_
    $("#toggle").click(function()_x000D_
    {_x000D_
        $("#content").toggle();_x000D_
    });_x000D_
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    $("#visiblity").click(function()_x000D_
    {_x000D_
       if( $('#content').is(':visible') )_x000D_
       {_x000D_
          alert("visible"); // Put your code for visibility_x000D_
       }_x000D_
       else_x000D_
       {_x000D_
          alert("hidden");_x000D_
       }_x000D_
    });_x000D_
});
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.2/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
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<p id="content">This is a Content</p>_x000D_
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<button id="toggle">Toggle Content Visibility</button>_x000D_
<button id="visibility">Check Visibility</button>
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Tri-state Check box in HTML?

It's possible to have HTML form elements disabled -- wouldn't that do? Your users would see it in one of three states, i.e. checked, unchecked, and disabled, which would be greyed out and not clickable. To me, that seems similar to "null" or "not applicable" or whatever you're looking for in that third state.

What is the difference between MacVim and regular Vim?

MacVim is just Vim. Anything you are used to do in Vim will work exactly the same way in MacVim.

MacVim is more integrated in the whole OS than Vim in the Terminal or even GVim in Linux, it follows a lot of Mac OS X's conventions.

If you work mainly with GUI apps (YummyFTP + GitX + Charles, for example) you may prefer MacVim.

If you work mainly with CLI apps (ssh + svn + tcpdump, for example) you may prefer vim in the terminal.

Entering and leaving one realm (CLI) for the other (GUI) and vice-versa can be "expensive".

I use both MacVim and Vim depending on the task and the context: if I'm in CLI-land I'll just type vim filename and if I'm in GUI-land I'll just invoke Quicksilver and launch MacVim.

When I switched from TextMate I kind of liked the fact that MacVim supported almost all of the regular shortcuts Mac users are accustomed to. I added some of my own, mimiking TextMate but, since I was working in multiple environments I forced my self to learn the vim way. Now I use both MacVim and Vim almost exactly the same way. Using one or the other is just a question of context for me.

Also, like El Isra said, the default vim (CLI) in OS X is slightly outdated. You may install an up-to-date version via MacPorts or you can install MacVim and add an alias to your .profile:

alias vim='/path/to/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim'

to have the same vim in MacVim and Terminal.app.

Another difference is that many great colorschemes out there work out of the box in MacVim but look terrible in the Terminal.app which only supports 8 colors (+ highlights) but you can use iTerm — which can be set up to support 256 colors — instead of Terminal.

So… basically my advice is to just use both.

EDIT: I didn't try it but the latest version of Terminal.app (in 10.7) is supposed to support 256 colors. I'm still on 10.6.x at work so I'll still use iTerm2 for a while.

EDIT: An even better way to use MacVim's CLI executable in your shell is to move the mvim script bundled with MacVim somewhere in your $PATH and use this command:

$ mvim -v

EDIT: Yes, Terminal.app now supports 256 colors. So if you don't need iTerm2's advanced features you can safely use the default terminal emulator.

How can I write a byte array to a file in Java?

No need for external libs to bloat things - especially when working with Android. Here is a native solution that does the trick. This is a pice of code from an app that stores a byte array as an image file.

    // Byte array with image data.
    final byte[] imageData = params[0];

    // Write bytes to tmp file.
    final File tmpImageFile = new File(ApplicationContext.getInstance().getCacheDir(), "scan.jpg");
    FileOutputStream tmpOutputStream = null;
    try {
        tmpOutputStream = new FileOutputStream(tmpImageFile);
        tmpOutputStream.write(imageData);
        Log.d(TAG, "File successfully written to tmp file");
    }
    catch (FileNotFoundException e) {
        Log.e(TAG, "FileNotFoundException: " + e);
        return null;
    }
    catch (IOException e) {
        Log.e(TAG, "IOException: " + e);
        return null;
    }
    finally {
        if(tmpOutputStream != null)
            try {
                tmpOutputStream.close();
            } catch (IOException e) {
                Log.e(TAG, "IOException: " + e);
            }
    }

conversion from string to json object android

Here is the code, and you can decide which
(synchronized)StringBuffer or faster StringBuilder to use.

Benchmark shows StringBuilder is Faster.

public class Main {
            int times = 777;
            long t;

            {
                StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
                t = System.currentTimeMillis();
                for (int i = times; i --> 0 ;) {
                    sb.append("");
                    getJSONFromStringBuffer(String stringJSON);
                }
                System.out.println(System.currentTimeMillis() - t);
            }

            {
                StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
                t = System.currentTimeMillis();
                for (int i = times; i --> 0 ;) {
                     getJSONFromStringBUilder(String stringJSON);
                    sb.append("");
                }
                System.out.println(System.currentTimeMillis() - t);
            }
            private String getJSONFromStringBUilder(String stringJSONArray) throws JSONException {
                return new StringBuffer(
                       new JSONArray(stringJSONArray).getJSONObject(0).getString("phonetype"))
                           .append(" ")
                           .append(
                       new JSONArray(employeeID).getJSONObject(0).getString("cat"))
                      .toString();
            }
            private String getJSONFromStringBuffer(String stringJSONArray) throws JSONException {
                return new StringBuffer(
                       new JSONArray(stringJSONArray).getJSONObject(0).getString("phonetype"))
                           .append(" ")
                           .append(
                       new JSONArray(employeeID).getJSONObject(0).getString("cat"))
                      .toString();
            }
        }

Regex for not empty and not whitespace

In my understanding you want to match a non-blank and non-empty string, so the top answer is doing the opposite. I suggest:

(.|\s)*\S(.|\s)*

- this matches any string containing at least one non-whitespace character (the \S in the middle). It can be preceded and followed by anything, any char or whitespace sequence (including new lines) - (.|\s)*.

You can try it with explanation on https://regex101.com/.

Handling exceptions from Java ExecutorService tasks

This is because of AbstractExecutorService :: submit is wrapping your runnable into RunnableFuture (nothing but FutureTask) like below

AbstractExecutorService.java

public Future<?> submit(Runnable task) {
    if (task == null) throw new NullPointerException();
    RunnableFuture<Void> ftask = newTaskFor(task, null); /////////HERE////////
    execute(ftask);
    return ftask;
}

Then execute will pass it to Worker and Worker.run() will call the below.

ThreadPoolExecutor.java

final void runWorker(Worker w) {
    Thread wt = Thread.currentThread();
    Runnable task = w.firstTask;
    w.firstTask = null;
    w.unlock(); // allow interrupts
    boolean completedAbruptly = true;
    try {
        while (task != null || (task = getTask()) != null) {
            w.lock();
            // If pool is stopping, ensure thread is interrupted;
            // if not, ensure thread is not interrupted.  This
            // requires a recheck in second case to deal with
            // shutdownNow race while clearing interrupt
            if ((runStateAtLeast(ctl.get(), STOP) ||
                 (Thread.interrupted() &&
                  runStateAtLeast(ctl.get(), STOP))) &&
                !wt.isInterrupted())
                wt.interrupt();
            try {
                beforeExecute(wt, task);
                Throwable thrown = null;
                try {
                    task.run();           /////////HERE////////
                } catch (RuntimeException x) {
                    thrown = x; throw x;
                } catch (Error x) {
                    thrown = x; throw x;
                } catch (Throwable x) {
                    thrown = x; throw new Error(x);
                } finally {
                    afterExecute(task, thrown);
                }
            } finally {
                task = null;
                w.completedTasks++;
                w.unlock();
            }
        }
        completedAbruptly = false;
    } finally {
        processWorkerExit(w, completedAbruptly);
    }
}

Finally task.run(); in the above code call will call FutureTask.run(). Here is the exception handler code, because of this you are NOT getting the expected exception.

class FutureTask<V> implements RunnableFuture<V>

public void run() {
    if (state != NEW ||
        !UNSAFE.compareAndSwapObject(this, runnerOffset,
                                     null, Thread.currentThread()))
        return;
    try {
        Callable<V> c = callable;
        if (c != null && state == NEW) {
            V result;
            boolean ran;
            try {
                result = c.call();
                ran = true;
            } catch (Throwable ex) {   /////////HERE////////
                result = null;
                ran = false;
                setException(ex);
            }
            if (ran)
                set(result);
        }
    } finally {
        // runner must be non-null until state is settled to
        // prevent concurrent calls to run()
        runner = null;
        // state must be re-read after nulling runner to prevent
        // leaked interrupts
        int s = state;
        if (s >= INTERRUPTING)
            handlePossibleCancellationInterrupt(s);
    }
}

What does numpy.random.seed(0) do?

As noted, numpy.random.seed(0) sets the random seed to 0, so the pseudo random numbers you get from random will start from the same point. This can be good for debuging in some cases. HOWEVER, after some reading, this seems to be the wrong way to go at it, if you have threads because it is not thread safe.

from differences-between-numpy-random-and-random-random-in-python:

For numpy.random.seed(), the main difficulty is that it is not thread-safe - that is, it's not safe to use if you have many different threads of execution, because it's not guaranteed to work if two different threads are executing the function at the same time. If you're not using threads, and if you can reasonably expect that you won't need to rewrite your program this way in the future, numpy.random.seed() should be fine for testing purposes. If there's any reason to suspect that you may need threads in the future, it's much safer in the long run to do as suggested, and to make a local instance of the numpy.random.Random class. As far as I can tell, random.random.seed() is thread-safe (or at least, I haven't found any evidence to the contrary).

example of how to go about this:

from numpy.random import RandomState
prng = RandomState()
print prng.permutation(10)
prng = RandomState()
print prng.permutation(10)
prng = RandomState(42)
print prng.permutation(10)
prng = RandomState(42)
print prng.permutation(10)

may give:

[3 0 4 6 8 2 1 9 7 5]

[1 6 9 0 2 7 8 3 5 4]

[8 1 5 0 7 2 9 4 3 6]

[8 1 5 0 7 2 9 4 3 6]

Lastly, note that there might be cases where initializing to 0 (as opposed to a seed that has not all bits 0) may result to non-uniform distributions for some few first iterations because of the way xor works, but this depends on the algorithm, and is beyond my current worries and the scope of this question.

ValueError: invalid literal for int () with base 10

The reason you are getting this error is that you are trying to convert a space character to an integer, which is totally impossible and restricted.And that's why you are getting this error.enter image description here

Check your code and correct it, it will work fine

AngularJS: How to set a variable inside of a template?

It's not the best answer, but its also an option: since you can concatenate multiple expressions, but just the last one is rendered, you can finish your expression with "" and your variable will be hidden.

So, you could define the variable with:

{{f = forecast[day.iso]; ""}}

SAP Crystal Reports runtime for .Net 4.0 (64-bit)

I have found a variety of runtimes including Visual Studio(VS) versions are available at http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-7824

How to trigger an event in input text after I stop typing/writing?

cleaned solution :

$.fn.donetyping = function(callback, delay){
  delay || (delay = 1000);
  var timeoutReference;
  var doneTyping = function(elt){
    if (!timeoutReference) return;
    timeoutReference = null;
    callback(elt);
  };

  this.each(function(){
    var self = $(this);
    self.on('keyup',function(){
      if(timeoutReference) clearTimeout(timeoutReference);
      timeoutReference = setTimeout(function(){
        doneTyping(self);
      }, delay);
    }).on('blur',function(){
      doneTyping(self);
    });
  });

  return this;
};

C++ Matrix Class

For a matrix class, you want to stay away from overloading the [] operator.
See C++ FAQ 13.10

Also, search the web for some freeware Matrix classes. Worst case, they can give you guidance. Best case, less software that you have to write and debug.

Difference between abstraction and encapsulation?

These are somewhat fuzzy concepts that are not unique to Computer Science and programming. I would like to offer up some additional thoughts that may help others understand these important concepts.


Short Answer

Encapsulation - Hiding and/or restricting access to certain parts of a system, while exposing the necessary interfaces.

Abstraction - Considering something with certain characteristics removed, apart from concrete realities, specific objects, or actual instances, thereby reducing complexity.

The main similarity is that these techniques aim to improve comprehension and utility.

The main difference is that abstraction is a means of representing things more simply (often to make the representation more widely applicable), whereas encapsulation is a method of changing the way other things interact with something.


Long Answer

Encapsulation

Here's an example of encapsulation that hopefully makes things more clear:

Arduino Encapsulation

Here we have an Arduino Uno, and an Arduino Uno within an enclosure. An enclosure is a great representation of what encapsulation is all about.

Encapsulation aims to protect certain components from outside influences and knowledge as well as expose components which other things should interface with. In programming terms, this involves information hiding though access modifiers, which change the extent to which certain variables and/or properties can be read and written.

But beyond that, encapsulation also aims to provide those external interfaces much more effectively. With our Arduino example, this could include the nice buttons and screen which makes the user's interaction with the device much simpler. They provide the user with simple ways to affect the device's behavior and gain useful information about its operation which would otherwise be much more difficult.

In programming, this involves the grouping of various components into a separable construct, such as a function, class, or object. It also includes providing the means of interacting with those constructs, as well as methods for gaining useful information about them.

Encapsulation helps programmers in many many additional ways, not least of which is improved code maintainability and testability.

Abstraction

Although many other answers here defined abstraction as generalization, I personally think that definition is misguided. I would say that generalization is actually a specific type of abstraction, not the other way around. In other words, all generalizations are abstractions, but all abstractions are not necessarily generalizations.

Here's how I like to think of abstraction:

Pixel Tree

Would you say the image there is a tree? Chances are you would. But is it really a tree? Well, of course not! It's a bunch of pixels made to look like something we might call a tree. We could say that it represents an abstraction of a real tree. Notice that several visual details of the tree are omitted. Also, it does not grow, consume water, or produce oxygen. How could it? it's just a bunch of colors on a screen, represented by bytes in your computer memory.

And here is the essence of abstraction. It's a way of simplifying things so they are easier to understand. Every idea going through your head is an abstraction of reality. Your mental image of a tree is no more an actual tree than this jpeg is.

In programming, we might use this to our advantage by creating a Tree class with methods for simulated growing, water consuming, and oxygen production. Our creation would be something that represents our experience of actual trees, and only includes those elements that we really care about for our particular simulation. We use abstraction as a way of representing our experience of something with bytes and mathematics.

Abstract Classes

Abstraction in programming also allows us to consider commonalities between several "concrete" object types (types that actually exist) and define those commonalities within a unique entity. For example, our Tree class may inherit from an abstract class Plant, which has several properties and methods which are applicable to all of our plant-like classes, but removes those that are specific to each type of plant. This can significantly reduce duplication of code, and improves maintainability.

The practical difference of an abstract class and plain class is that conceptually there's no "real" instances of the abstract class. It wouldn't make sense to construct a Plant object because that's not specific enough. Every "real" Plant is also a more specific type of Plant.

Also, if we want our program to be more realistic, we might want to consider the fact that our Tree class might be too abstract itself. In reality, every Tree is a more specific type of Tree, so we could create classes for those types such as Birch, Maple, etc. which inherit from our, perhaps now abstract, Tree class.

JVM

Another good example of abstraction is the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), which provides a virtual or abstract computer for Java code to run on. It essentially takes away all of the platform specific components of a system, and provides an abstract interface of "computer" without regard to any system in particular.

The Difference

Encapsulation differs from abstraction in that it doesn't have anything to do with how 'real' or 'accurate' something is. It doesn't remove components of something to make it simpler or more widely applicable. Rather it may hide certain components to achieve a similar purpose.

Replace line break characters with <br /> in ASP.NET MVC Razor view

Split on newlines (environment agnostic) and print regularly -- no need to worry about encoding or xss:

@if (!string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(text)) 
{
    var lines = text.Split(new[] { '\r', '\n' }, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
    foreach (var line in lines)
    {
        <p>@line</p>
    }
}

(remove empty entries is optional)

Visual Studio keyboard shortcut to display IntelliSense

If you want to change whether it highlights the best fitting possibility, use:

Ctrl + Alt + Space

Error: Local workspace file ('angular.json') could not be found

I had the same problem, and what I did that works for me was:

  1. Inside package.json file, update the Angular CLI version to my desired one:

    "devDependencies": { ...
      "@angular/cli": "^6.0.8",
      ...
    }
    
  2. Delete the node_modules folder, in order to clean the project before update the dependencies with:

    npm install
    
    ng update @angular/cli
    
  3. Try to build again my project (the last and successful attempt)

    ng build --prod
    

How can I pass request headers with jQuery's getJSON() method?

I think you could set the headers and still use getJSON() like this:

$.ajaxSetup({
  headers : {
    'Authorization' : 'Basic faskd52352rwfsdfs',
    'X-PartnerKey' : '3252352-sdgds-sdgd-dsgs-sgs332fs3f'
  }
});
$.getJSON('http://localhost:437/service.svc/logins/jeffrey/house/fas6347/devices?format=json', function(json) { alert("Success"); }); 

How to remove numbers from string using Regex.Replace?

text= re.sub('[0-9\n]',' ',text)

install regex in python which is re then do the following code.

How to save a base64 image to user's disk using JavaScript?

In JavaScript you cannot have the direct access to the filesystem. However, you can make browser to pop up a dialog window allowing the user to pick the save location. In order to do this, use the replace method with your Base64String and replace "image/png" with "image/octet-stream":

"data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KG...".replace("image/png", "image/octet-stream");

Also, W3C-compliant browsers provide 2 methods to work with base64-encoded and binary data:

Probably, you will find them useful in a way...


Here is a refactored version of what I understand you need:

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  const img = document.getElementById('embedImage');_x000D_
  img.src = 'data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAUA' +_x000D_
    'AAAFCAYAAACNbyblAAAAHElEQVQI12P4//8/w38GIAXDIBKE0DHxgljNBAAO' +_x000D_
    '9TXL0Y4OHwAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==';_x000D_
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  img.addEventListener('load', () => button.removeAttribute('disabled'));_x000D_
  _x000D_
  const button = document.getElementById('saveImage');_x000D_
  button.addEventListener('click', () => {_x000D_
    window.location.href = img.src.replace('image/png', 'image/octet-stream');_x000D_
  });_x000D_
});
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<!DOCTYPE html>_x000D_
<html>_x000D_
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<body>_x000D_
  <img id="embedImage" alt="Red dot" />_x000D_
  <button id="saveImage" disabled="disabled">save image</button>_x000D_
</body>_x000D_
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</html>
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Question mark and colon in JavaScript

hsb.s = max != 0 ? 255 * delta / max : 0;

? is a ternary operator. It works like an if in conjunction with the :

!= means not equals

So, the long form of this line would be

if (max != 0) { //if max is not zero
  hsb.s = 255 * delta / max;
} else {
  hsb.s = 0;
}

What is the best method to merge two PHP objects?

This snippet of code will recursively convert that data to a single type (array or object) without the nested foreach loops. Hope it helps someone!

Once an Object is in array format you can use array_merge and convert back to Object if you need to.

abstract class Util {
    public static function object_to_array($d) {
        if (is_object($d))
            $d = get_object_vars($d);

        return is_array($d) ? array_map(__METHOD__, $d) : $d;
    }

    public static function array_to_object($d) {
        return is_array($d) ? (object) array_map(__METHOD__, $d) : $d;
    }
}

Procedural way

function object_to_array($d) {
    if (is_object($d))
        $d = get_object_vars($d);

    return is_array($d) ? array_map(__FUNCTION__, $d) : $d;
}

function array_to_object($d) {
    return is_array($d) ? (object) array_map(__FUNCTION__, $d) : $d;
}

All credit goes to: Jason Oakley

Angular - Set headers for every request

Although I'm answering it very late but it might help someone else. To inject headers to all requests when @NgModule is used, one can do the following:

(I tested this in Angular 2.0.1)

/**
 * Extending BaseRequestOptions to inject common headers to all requests.
 */
class CustomRequestOptions extends BaseRequestOptions {
    constructor() {
        super();
        this.headers.append('Authorization', 'my-token');
        this.headers.append('foo', 'bar');
    }
}

Now in @NgModule do the following:

@NgModule({
    declarations: [FooComponent],
    imports     : [

        // Angular modules
        BrowserModule,
        HttpModule,         // This is required

        /* other modules */
    ],
    providers   : [
        {provide: LocationStrategy, useClass: HashLocationStrategy},
        // This is the main part. We are telling Angular to provide an instance of
        // CustomRequestOptions whenever someone injects RequestOptions
        {provide: RequestOptions, useClass: CustomRequestOptions}
    ],
    bootstrap   : [AppComponent]
})

how does unix handle full path name with space and arguments?

You can quote if you like, or you can escape the spaces with a preceding \, but most UNIX paths (Mac OS X aside) don't have spaces in them.

/Applications/Image\ Capture.app/Contents/MacOS/Image\ Capture

"/Applications/Image Capture.app/Contents/MacOS/Image Capture"

/Applications/"Image Capture.app"/Contents/MacOS/"Image Capture"

All refer to the same executable under Mac OS X.

I'm not sure what you mean about recognizing a path - if any of the above paths are passed as a parameter to a program the shell will put the entire string in one variable - you don't have to parse multiple arguments to get the entire path.

Convert character to ASCII numeric value in java

Very simple. Just cast your char as an int.

char character = 'a';    
int ascii = (int) character;

In your case, you need to get the specific Character from the String first and then cast it.

char character = name.charAt(0); // This gives the character 'a'
int ascii = (int) character; // ascii is now 97.

Though cast is not required explicitly, but its improves readability.

int ascii = character; // Even this will do the trick.

python and sys.argv

In Python, you can't just embed arbitrary Python expressions into literal strings and have it substitute the value of the string. You need to either:

sys.stderr.write("Usage: " + sys.argv[0])

or

sys.stderr.write("Usage: %s" % sys.argv[0])

Also, you may want to consider using the following syntax of print (for Python earlier than 3.x):

print >>sys.stderr, "Usage:", sys.argv[0]

Using print arguably makes the code easier to read. Python automatically adds a space between arguments to the print statement, so there will be one space after the colon in the above example.

In Python 3.x, you would use the print function:

print("Usage:", sys.argv[0], file=sys.stderr)

Finally, in Python 2.6 and later you can use .format:

print >>sys.stderr, "Usage: {0}".format(sys.argv[0])

SSH configuration: override the default username

There is a Ruby gem that interfaces your ssh configuration file which is called sshez.

All you have to do is sshez <alias> [email protected] -p <port-number>, and then you can connect using ssh <alias>. It is also useful since you can list your aliases using sshez list and can easily remove them using sshez remove alias.

How to build a DataTable from a DataGridView?

one of best solution enjoyed it ;)

  public DataTable GetContentAsDataTable(bool IgnoreHideColumns=false)
        {
            try
            {
                if (dgv.ColumnCount == 0) return null;
                DataTable dtSource = new DataTable();
                foreach (DataGridViewColumn col in dgv.Columns)
                {
                    if (IgnoreHideColumns & !col.Visible) continue;
                    if (col.Name == string.Empty) continue;
                    dtSource.Columns.Add(col.Name, col.ValueType);
                    dtSource.Columns[col.Name].Caption = col.HeaderText;
                }
                if (dtSource.Columns.Count == 0) return null;
                foreach (DataGridViewRow row in dgv.Rows)
                {
                    DataRow drNewRow = dtSource.NewRow();
                    foreach (DataColumn  col in dtSource .Columns)
                    {
                        drNewRow[col.ColumnName] = row.Cells[col.ColumnName].Value;
                    }
                    dtSource.Rows.Add(drNewRow);
                }
                return dtSource;
            }
            catch { return null; }
        }

Get Root Directory Path of a PHP project

For PHP >= 5.3.0 try

PHP magic constants.

__DIR__

And make your path relative.

For PHP < 5.3.0 try

dirname(__FILE__)

WCF timeout exception detailed investigation

You will also receive this error if you are passing an object back to the client that contains a property of type enum that is not set by default and that enum does not have a value that maps to 0. i.e enum MyEnum{ a=1, b=2};

Angularjs ng-model doesn't work inside ng-if

You can use $parent to refer to the model defined in the parent scope like this

<input type="checkbox" ng-model="$parent.testb" />

How can I loop through all rows of a table? (MySQL)

Mr Purple's example I used in mysql trigger like that,

begin
DECLARE n INT DEFAULT 0;
DECLARE i INT DEFAULT 0;
Select COUNT(*) from user where deleted_at is null INTO n;
SET i=0;
WHILE i<n DO 
  INSERT INTO user_notification(notification_id,status,userId)values(new.notification_id,1,(Select userId FROM user LIMIT i,1)) ;
  SET i = i + 1;
END WHILE;
end

XML serialization in Java?

if you want a structured solution (like ORM) then JAXB2 is a good solution.

If you want a serialization like DOT NET then you could use Long Term Persistence of JavaBeans Components

The choice depends on use of serialization.

Is it a good practice to use an empty URL for a HTML form's action attribute? (action="")

The best thing you can do is leave out the action attribute altogether. If you leave it out, the form will be submitted to the document's address, i.e. the same page.

It is also possible to leave it empty, and any browser implementing HTML's form submission algorithm will treat it as equivalent to the document's address, which it does mainly because that's how browsers currently work:

8. Let action be the submitter element's action.

9. If action is the empty string, let action be the document's address.

Note: This step is a willful violation of RFC 3986, which would require base URL processing here. This violation is motivated by a desire for compatibility with legacy content. [RFC3986]

This definitely works in all current browsers, but may not work as expected in some older browsers ("browsers do weird things with an empty action="" attribute"), which is why the spec strongly discourages authors from leaving it empty:

The action and formaction content attributes, if specified, must have a value that is a valid non-empty URL potentially surrounded by spaces.

How to break a while loop from an if condition inside the while loop?

An "if" is not a loop. Just use the break inside the "if" and it will break out of the "while".

If you ever need to use genuine nested loops, Java has the concept of a labeled break. You can put a label before a loop, and then use the name of the label is the argument to break. It will break outside of the labeled loop.

How to Convert date into MM/DD/YY format in C#

Have you tried the following?:

textbox1.text = System.DateTime.Today.ToString("MM/dd/yy");

Be aware that 2 digit years could be bad in the future...

Reading CSV file and storing values into an array

LINQ way:

var lines = File.ReadAllLines("test.txt").Select(a => a.Split(';'));
var csv = from line in lines
          select (from piece in line
                  select piece);

^^Wrong - Edit by Nick

It appears the original answerer was attempting to populate csv with a 2 dimensional array - an array containing arrays. Each item in the first array contains an array representing that line number with each item in the nested array containing the data for that specific column.

var csv = from line in lines
          select (line.Split(',')).ToArray();

Python: access class property from string

A picture's worth a thousand words:

>>> class c:
        pass
o = c()
>>> setattr(o, "foo", "bar")
>>> o.foo
'bar'
>>> getattr(o, "foo")
'bar'

Import cycle not allowed

I just encountered this. You may be accessing a method/type from within the same package using the package name itself.

Here is an example to illustrate what I mean:

In foo.go:

// foo.go
package foo

func Foo() {...}

In foo_test.go:

// foo_test.go
package foo

// try to access Foo()
foo.Foo() // WRONG <== This was the issue. You are already in package foo, there is no need to use foo.Foo() to access Foo()
Foo() // CORRECT

What is the Eclipse shortcut for "public static void main(String args[])"?

As bmargulies mentioned:

Preferences>Java>Editor>Templates>New...

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Now, type psvm then Ctrl + Space on Mac or Windows.

Save attachments to a folder and rename them

Your question has 2 tasks to be performed. First to extract the Email attachments to a folder and saving or renaming it with a specific name.

If your search can be split to 2 searches you will get more hits. I could refer one page that explains how to save the attachment to a system folder <Link for the page to save attachments to a folder>.

Please post any page or code if you have found to save the attachment with specific name.

trigger body click with jQuery

if all things were said didn't work, go back to basics and test if this is working:

<html>
  <head>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3/jquery.min.js"></script>
  </head>
  <body>
    <script type="text/javascript">
      $('body').click(function() {
        // do something here like:
        alert('hey! The body click is working!!!')
      });
    </script>
  </body>
</html>

then tell me if its working or not.

How to take a first character from the string

Try this..

Dim S As String
S = "RAJAN"
Dim answer As Char
answer = S.Substring(0, 1)