Programs & Examples On #Iphone sdk 4.0.1

Refers to the iPhone software development kit, version 4.0.1

How to run a subprocess with Python, wait for it to exit and get the full stdout as a string?

I'd try something like:

#!/usr/bin/python
from __future__ import print_function

import shlex
from subprocess import Popen, PIPE

def shlep(cmd):
    '''shlex split and popen
    '''
    parsed_cmd = shlex.split(cmd)
    ## if parsed_cmd[0] not in approved_commands:
    ##    raise ValueError, "Bad User!  No output for you!"
    proc = Popen(parsed_command, stdout=PIPE, stderr=PIPE)
    out, err = proc.communicate()
    return (proc.returncode, out, err)

... In other words let shlex.split() do most of the work. I would NOT attempt to parse the shell's command line, find pipe operators and set up your own pipeline. If you're going to do that then you'll basically have to write a complete shell syntax parser and you'll end up doing an awful lot of plumbing.

Of course this raises the question, why not just use Popen with the shell=True (keyword) option? This will let you pass a string (no splitting nor parsing) to the shell and still gather up the results to handle as you wish. My example here won't process any pipelines, backticks, file descriptor redirection, etc that might be in the command, they'll all appear as literal arguments to the command. Thus it is still safer then running with shell=True ... I've given a silly example of checking the command against some sort of "approved command" dictionary or set --- through it would make more sense to normalize that into an absolute path unless you intend to require that the arguments be normalized prior to passing the command string to this function.

CSS: Change image src on img:hover

With only html and css, its not posible to change the src of image. If you do replace the img tag with div tag, then you might be able to change the image that is set as the background as like

div {
    background: url('http://dummyimage.com/100x100/000/fff');
}
div:hover {
    background: url('http://dummyimage.com/100x100/eb00eb/fff');
}

And if you think you can use some javascript code then you should be able to change the src of the img tag as below

_x000D_
_x000D_
function hover(element) {_x000D_
  element.setAttribute('src', 'http://dummyimage.com/100x100/eb00eb/fff');_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
function unhover(element) {_x000D_
  element.setAttribute('src', 'http://dummyimage.com/100x100/000/fff');_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<img id="my-img" src="http://dummyimage.com/100x100/000/fff" onmouseover="hover(this);" onmouseout="unhover(this);" />
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Getting java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Connection timed out in android

I'm aware this question is a bit old. But since I stumbled on this while doing research, I thought a little addition might be helpful.

As stated the error cannot be solved by the client, since it is a network related issue. However, what you can do is retry connecting a few times. This may work as a workaround until the real issue is fixed.

for (int retries = 0; retries < 3; retries++) {
    try {
        final HttpClient client = createHttpClientWithDefaultSocketFactory(null, null);
        final HttpResponse response = client.execute(get);
        final int statusCode = response.getStatusLine().getStatusCode();
        if (statusCode != 200) {
            throw new IllegalStateException("GET Request on '" + get.getURI().toString() + "' resulted in " + statusCode);
        } else {                
            return response.getEntity();
        }
    } catch (final java.net.SocketTimeoutException e) {
        // connection timed out...let's try again                
    }
}

Maybe this helps someone.

Convert one date format into another in PHP

I know this is old, but, in running into a vendor that inconsistently uses 5 different date formats in their APIs (and test servers with a variety of PHP versions from the 5's through the latest 7's), I decided to write a universal converter that works with a myriad of PHP versions.

This converter will take virtually any input, including any standard datetime format (including with or without milliseconds) and any Epoch Time representation (including with or without milliseconds) and convert it to virtually any other format.

To call it:

$TheDateTimeIWant=convertAnyDateTome_toMyDateTime([thedateIhave],[theformatIwant]);

Sending null for the format will make the function return the datetime in Epoch/Unix Time. Otherwise, send any format string that date() supports, as well as with ".u" for milliseconds (I handle milliseconds as well, even though date() returns zeros).

Here's the code:

        <?php   
        function convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($dttm,$dtFormat)
        {
            if (!isset($dttm))
            {
                return "";
            }
            $timepieces = array();
            if (is_numeric($dttm))
            {
                $rettime=$dttm;
            }
            else
            {
                $rettime=strtotime($dttm);
                if (strpos($dttm,".")>0 and strpos($dttm,"-",strpos($dttm,"."))>0)
                {
                    $rettime=$rettime.substr($dttm,strpos($dttm,"."),strpos($dttm,"-",strpos($dttm,"."))-strpos($dttm,"."));
                    $timepieces[1]="";
                }
                else if (strpos($dttm,".")>0 and strpos($dttm,"-",strpos($dttm,"."))==0)
                {               
                    preg_match('/([0-9]+)([^0-9]+)/',substr($dttm,strpos($dttm,"."))." ",$timepieces);
                    $rettime=$rettime.".".$timepieces[1];
                }
            }

            if (isset($dtFormat))
            {
                // RETURN as ANY date format sent
                if (strpos($dtFormat,".u")>0)       // Deal with milliseconds
                {
                    $rettime=date($dtFormat,$rettime);              
                    $rettime=substr($rettime,0,strripos($rettime,".")+1).$timepieces[1];                
                }
                else                                // NO milliseconds wanted
                {
                    $rettime=date($dtFormat,$rettime);
                }
            }
            else
            {
                // RETURN Epoch Time (do nothing, we already built Epoch Time)          
            }
            return $rettime;    
        }
    ?>

Here's some sample calls - you will note it also handles any time zone data (though as noted above, any non GMT time is returned in your time zone).

        $utctime1="2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007-07:00";
        $utctime2="2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007";
        $utctime3="2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007 PDT";
        $utctime4="2018-10-30T13:10:11.2185007Z";
        $utctime5="2018-10-30T13:10:11Z";
        $dttm="10/30/2018 09:10:11 AM EST";

        echo "<pre>";
        echo "<b>Epoch Time to a standard format</b><br>";
        echo "<br>Epoch Tm: 1540905011    to STD DateTime     ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime("1540905011","Y-m-d H:i:s")."<hr>";
        echo "<br>Epoch Tm: 1540905011          to UTC        ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime("1540905011","c");
        echo "<br>Epoch Tm: 1540905011.2185007  to UTC        ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime("1540905011.2185007","c")."<hr>";
        echo "<b>Returned as Epoch Time (the number of seconds that have elapsed since 00:00:00 Thursday, 1 January 1970, Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), minus leap seconds.)";
        echo "</b><br>";
        echo "<br>UTCTime1: ".$utctime1." ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime1,null);
        echo "<br>UTCTime2: ".$utctime2."       ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime2,null);
        echo "<br>UTCTime3: ".$utctime3."   ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime3,null);
        echo "<br>UTCTime4: ".$utctime4."      ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime4,null);
        echo "<br>UTCTime5: ".$utctime5."              ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime5,null);
        echo "<br>NO MILIS: ".$dttm."        ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($dttm,null);
        echo "<hr>";
        echo "<hr>";
        echo "<b>Returned as whatever datetime format one desires</b>";
        echo "<br>UTCTime1: ".$utctime1." ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime1,"Y-m-d H:i:s")."              Y-m-d H:i:s";
        echo "<br>UTCTime2: ".$utctime2."       ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime2,"Y-m-d H:i:s.u")."      Y-m-d H:i:s.u";
        echo "<br>UTCTime3: ".$utctime3."   ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime3,"Y-m-d H:i:s.u")."      Y-m-d H:i:s.u";
        echo "<p><b>Returned as ISO8601</b>";
        echo "<br>UTCTime3: ".$utctime3."   ----RESULT: ".convertAnyDateTime_toMyDateTime($utctime3,"c")."        ISO8601";
        echo "</pre>";

Here's the output:

Epoch Tm: 1540905011                        ----RESULT: 2018-10-30 09:10:11

Epoch Tm: 1540905011          to UTC        ----RESULT: 2018-10-30T09:10:11-04:00
Epoch Tm: 1540905011.2185007  to UTC        ----RESULT: 2018-10-30T09:10:11-04:00
Returned as Epoch Time (the number of seconds that have elapsed since 00:00:00 Thursday, 1 January 1970, Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), minus leap seconds.)

UTCTime1: 2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007-07:00 ----RESULT: 1540905011.2185007
UTCTime2: 2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007       ----RESULT: 1540894211.2185007
UTCTime3: 2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007 PDT   ----RESULT: 1540905011.2185007
UTCTime4: 2018-10-30T13:10:11.2185007Z      ----RESULT: 1540905011.2185007
UTCTime5: 2018-10-30T13:10:11Z              ----RESULT: 1540905011
NO MILIS: 10/30/2018 09:10:11 AM EST        ----RESULT: 1540908611
Returned as whatever datetime format one desires
UTCTime1: 2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007-07:00 ----RESULT: 2018-10-30 09:10:11              Y-m-d H:i:s
UTCTime2: 2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007       ----RESULT: 2018-10-30 06:10:11.2185007      Y-m-d H:i:s.u
UTCTime3: 2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007 PDT   ----RESULT: 2018-10-30 09:10:11.2185007      Y-m-d H:i:s.u
Returned as ISO8601
UTCTime3: 2018-10-30T06:10:11.2185007 PDT   ----RESULT: 2018-10-30T09:10:11-04:00        ISO8601

The only thing not in this version is the ability to select the time zone you want the returned datetime to be in. Originally, I wrote this to change any datetime to Epoch Time, so, I didn't need time zone support. It's trivial to add though.

Which is a better way to check if an array has more than one element?

if (count($arr) >= 2)
{
  // array has at least 2 elements
}

sizeof() is an alias for count(). Both work with non-arrays too, but they will only return values greater than 1 if the argument is either an array or a Countable object, so you're pretty safe with this.

Do you recommend using semicolons after every statement in JavaScript?

I use semicolon, since it is my habit. Now I understand why I can't have string split into two lines... it puts semicolon at the end of each line.

How to convert a string or integer to binary in Ruby?

In ruby Integer class, to_s is defined to receive non required argument radix called base, pass 2 if you want to receive binary representation of a string.

Here is a link for an official documentation of String#to_s

  1.upto(10).each { |n|  puts n.to_s(2) }

Import Maven dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA

The problem appears to be that despite listing your dependencies in the pom.xml, IntelliJ IDEA does not rebuild those dependencies when you run your project.

What worked for me is this:

Go to 'Run' -> 'Edit Configurations...', find your application, make sure the "Before launch:" section is expanded, click the green plus sign, and select "Build Project".

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Error: free(): invalid next size (fast):

It means that you have a memory error. You may be trying to free a pointer that wasn't allocated by malloc (or delete an object that wasn't created by new) or you may be trying to free/delete such an object more than once. You may be overflowing a buffer or otherwise writing to memory to which you shouldn't be writing, causing heap corruption.

Any number of programming errors can cause this problem. You need to use a debugger, get a backtrace, and see what your program is doing when the error occurs. If that fails and you determine you have corrupted the heap at some previous point in time, you may be in for some painful debugging (it may not be too painful if the project is small enough that you can tackle it piece by piece).

Calling startActivity() from outside of an Activity context

For anybody getting this on Xamarin.Android (MonoDroid) even when StartActivity is called from activity - this is actually Xamarin bug with new ART runtime, see https://bugzilla.xamarin.com/show_bug.cgi?id=17630

Can dplyr join on multiple columns or composite key?

Updating to use tibble()

You can pass a named vector of length greater than 1 to the by argument of left_join():

library(dplyr)

d1 <- tibble(
  x = letters[1:3],
  y = LETTERS[1:3],
  a = rnorm(3)
  )

d2 <- tibble(
  x2 = letters[3:1],
  y2 = LETTERS[3:1],
  b = rnorm(3)
  )

left_join(d1, d2, by = c("x" = "x2", "y" = "y2"))

How to make a submit out of a <a href...>...</a> link?

More generic approatch using JQuery library closest() and submit() buttons. Here you do not have to specify whitch form you want to submit, submits the form it is in.

<a href="#" onclick="$(this).closest('form').submit()">Submit Link</a>

Found shared references to a collection org.hibernate.HibernateException

Explanation on practice. If you try to save your object, e.g.:

Set<Folder> folders = message.getFolders();
   folders.remove(inputFolder);
   folders.add(trashFolder);
   message.setFiles(folders);
MESSAGESDAO.getMessageDAO().save(message);

you don't need to set updated object to a parent object:

message.setFiles(folders);

Simple save your parent object like:

Set<Folder> folders = message.getFolders();
   folders.remove(inputFolder);
   folders.add(trashFolder);
   // Not set updated object here
MESSAGESDAO.getMessageDAO().save(message);

Google Maps API V3 : How show the direction from a point A to point B (Blue line)?

In your case here is a implementation using directions service.

function displayRoute() {

    var start = new google.maps.LatLng(28.694004, 77.110291);
    var end = new google.maps.LatLng(28.72082, 77.107241);

    var directionsDisplay = new google.maps.DirectionsRenderer();// also, constructor can get "DirectionsRendererOptions" object
    directionsDisplay.setMap(map); // map should be already initialized.

    var request = {
        origin : start,
        destination : end,
        travelMode : google.maps.TravelMode.DRIVING
    };
    var directionsService = new google.maps.DirectionsService(); 
    directionsService.route(request, function(response, status) {
        if (status == google.maps.DirectionsStatus.OK) {
            directionsDisplay.setDirections(response);
        }
    });
}

The entity cannot be constructed in a LINQ to Entities query

You can project into anonymous type, and then from it to model type

public IEnumerable<Product> GetProducts(int categoryID)
{
    return (from p in Context.Set<Product>()
            where p.CategoryID == categoryID
            select new { Name = p.Name }).ToList()
           .Select(x => new Product { Name = x.Name });
}

Edit: I am going to be a bit more specific since this question got a lot of attention.

You cannot project into model type directly (EF restriction), so there is no way around this. The only way is to project into anonymous type (1st iteration), and then to model type (2nd iteration).

Please also be aware that when you partially load entities in this manner, they cannot be updated, so they should remain detached, as they are.

I never did completely understand why this is not possible, and the answers on this thread do not give strong reasons against it (mostly speaking about partially loaded data). It is correct that in partially loaded state entity cannot be updated, but then, this entity would be detached, so accidental attempts to save them would not be possible.

Consider method I used above: we still have a partially loaded model entity as a result. This entity is detached.

Consider this (wish-to-exist) possible code:

return (from p in Context.Set<Product>()
        where p.CategoryID == categoryID
        select new Product { Name = p.Name }).AsNoTracking().ToList();

This could also result in a list of detached entities, so we would not need to make two iterations. A compiler would be smart to see that AsNoTracking() has been used, which will result in detached entities, so it could allow us to do this. If, however, AsNoTracking() was omitted, it could throw the same exception as it is throwing now, to warn us that we need to be specific enough about the result we want.

Append same text to every cell in a column in Excel

It's simple...

=CONCATENATE(A1, ",")

Example: if [email protected] is in the A1 cell then write in another cell: =CONCATENATE(A1, ",")

[email protected] After this formula you will get [email protected],

For remove formula: copy that cell and use Alt + E + S + V or paste special value.

Copy file remotely with PowerShell

None of the above answers worked for me. I kept getting this error:

Copy-Item : Access is denied
+ CategoryInfo          : PermissionDenied: (\\192.168.1.100\Shared\test.txt:String) [Copy-Item], UnauthorizedAccessException>   
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : ItemExistsUnauthorizedAccessError,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.CopyItemCommand

So this did it for me:

netsh advfirewall firewall set rule group="File and Printer Sharing" new enable=yes

Then from my host my machine in the Run box I just did this:

\\{IP address of nanoserver}\C$

Change text (html) with .animate

If all you're looking to do is change the text you could do exactly as Kevin has said. But if you're trying to run an animation as well as change the text you could accomplish this by first changing the text then running your animation.

For Example:

$("#test").html('The text has now changed!');
$("#test").animate({left: '100px', top: '100px'},500);

Check out this fiddle for full example:

http://jsfiddle.net/Twig/3krLh/1/

A Parser-blocking, cross-origin script is invoked via document.write - how to circumvent it?

Don't use document.write, here is workaround:

var script = document.createElement('script');  
script.src = "....";  
document.head.appendChild(script);

How do I use modulus for float/double?

You probably had a typo when you first ran it.

evaluating 0.5 % 0.3 returns '0.2' (A double) as expected.

Mindprod has a good overview of how modulus works in Java.

Intellij Idea: Importing Gradle project - getting JAVA_HOME not defined yet

For Windows Platform:

try Running the 64 Bit exe version of IntelliJ from a path similar to following.

note that it is available beside the default idea.exe

"C:\Program Files (x86)\JetBrains\IntelliJ IDEA 15.0\bin\idea64.exe"

link

How to center the text in a JLabel?

myLabel.setHorizontalAlignment(SwingConstants.CENTER);
myLabel.setVerticalAlignment(SwingConstants.CENTER);

If you cannot reconstruct the label for some reason, this is how you edit these properties of a pre-existent JLabel.

Rails 3 execute custom sql query without a model

connection = ActiveRecord::Base.connection
connection.execute("SQL query") 

How to subtract hours from a date in Oracle so it affects the day also

Others have commented on the (incorrect) use of 2/11 to specify the desired interval.

I personally however prefer writing things like that using ANSI interval literals which makes reading the query much easier:

sysdate - interval '2' hour

It also has the advantage of being portable, many DBMS support this. Plus I don't have to fire up a calculator to find out how many hours the expression means - I'm pretty bad with mental arithmetics ;)

Force Java timezone as GMT/UTC

Also if you can set JVM timezone this way

System.setProperty("user.timezone", "EST");

or -Duser.timezone=GMT in the JVM args.

Python: Checking if a 'Dictionary' is empty doesn't seem to work

test_dict = {}
if not test_dict.keys():
    print "Dict is Empty"

Using onBlur with JSX and React

There are a few problems here.

1: onBlur expects a callback, and you are calling renderPasswordConfirmError and using the return value, which is null.

2: you need a place to render the error.

3: you need a flag to track "and I validating", which you would set to true on blur. You can set this to false on focus if you want, depending on your desired behavior.

handleBlur: function () {
  this.setState({validating: true});
},
render: function () {
  return <div>
    ...
    <input
        type="password"
        placeholder="Password (confirm)"
        valueLink={this.linkState('password2')}
        onBlur={this.handleBlur}
     />
    ...
    {this.renderPasswordConfirmError()}
  </div>
},
renderPasswordConfirmError: function() {
  if (this.state.validating && this.state.password !== this.state.password2) {
    return (
      <div>
        <label className="error">Please enter the same password again.</label>
      </div>
    );
  }  
  return null;
},

Rails: update_attribute vs update_attributes

You might be interested in visiting this blog post concerning all the possible ways to assign an attribute or update record (updated to Rails 4) update_attribute, update, update_column, update_columns etc. http://www.davidverhasselt.com/set-attributes-in-activerecord/. For example it differs in aspects such as running validations, touching object's updated_at or triggering callbacks.

As an answer to the OP's question update_attribute does not by pass callbacks.

Twitter Bootstrap Button Text Word Wrap

You can add these style's and it works just as expected.

.btn {
    white-space:normal !important; 
    word-wrap: break-word; 
    word-break: normal;
}

rbind error: "names do not match previous names"

easy enough to use the unname() function:

data.frame <- unname(data.frame)

Android: how to handle button click

Question 1: Unfortunately the one in which you you say is most intuitive is the least used in Android. As I understand, you should separate your UI (XML) and computational functionality (Java Class Files). It also makes for easier debugging. It is actually a lot easier to read this way and think about Android imo.

Question 2: I believe the two mainly used are #2 and #3. I will use a Button clickButton as an example.

2

is in the form of an anonymous class.

Button clickButton = (Button) findViewById(R.id.clickButton);
clickButton.setOnClickListener( new OnClickListener() {
            
            @Override
            public void onClick(View v) {
                // TODO Auto-generated method stub
                ***Do what you want with the click here***
            }
        });

This is my favorite as it has the onClick method right next to where the button variable was set with the findViewById. It seems very neat and tidy that everything that deals with this clickButton Button View is located here.

A con that my coworker comments, is that imagine you have many views that need onclick listener. You can see that your onCreate will get very long in length. So that why he likes to use:

3

Say you have, 5 clickButtons:

Make sure your Activity/Fragment implement OnClickListener

// in OnCreate

Button mClickButton1 = (Button)findViewById(R.id.clickButton1);
mClickButton1.setOnClickListener(this);
Button mClickButton2 = (Button)findViewById(R.id.clickButton2);
mClickButton2.setOnClickListener(this);
Button mClickButton3 = (Button)findViewById(R.id.clickButton3);
mClickButton3.setOnClickListener(this);
Button mClickButton4 = (Button)findViewById(R.id.clickButton4);
mClickButton4.setOnClickListener(this);
Button mClickButton5 = (Button)findViewById(R.id.clickButton5);
mClickButton5.setOnClickListener(this);


// somewhere else in your code

public void onClick(View v) {
    switch (v.getId()) {
        case  R.id.clickButton1: {
            // do something for button 1 click
            break;
        }

        case R.id.clickButton2: {
            // do something for button 2 click
            break;
        }

        //.... etc
    }
}

This way as my coworker explains is neater in his eyes, as all the onClick computation is handled in one place and not crowding the onCreate method. But the downside I see is, that the:

  1. views themselves,
  2. and any other object that might be located in onCreate used by the onClick method will have to be made into a field.

Let me know if you would like more information. I didn't answer your question fully because it is a pretty long question. And if I find some sites I will expand my answer, right now I'm just giving some experience.

How to determine whether a Pandas Column contains a particular value

Use

df[df['id']==x].index.tolist()

If x is present in id then it'll return the list of indices where it is present, else it gives an empty list.

Parse Json string in C#

I'm using Json.net in my project and it works great. In you case, you can do this to parse your json:

EDIT: I changed the code so it supports reading your json file (array)

Code to parse:

void Main()
{
    var json = System.IO.File.ReadAllText(@"d:\test.json");

    var objects = JArray.Parse(json); // parse as array  
    foreach(JObject root in objects)
    {
        foreach(KeyValuePair<String, JToken> app in root)
        {
            var appName = app.Key;
            var description = (String)app.Value["Description"];
            var value = (String)app.Value["Value"];

            Console.WriteLine(appName);
            Console.WriteLine(description);
            Console.WriteLine(value);
            Console.WriteLine("\n");
        }
    }
}

Output:

AppName
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet
1


AnotherAppName
consectetur adipisicing elit
String


ThirdAppName
sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua
Text


Application
Ut enim ad minim veniam
100


LastAppName
quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat
ZZZ

BTW, you can use LinqPad to test your code, easier than creating a solution or project in Visual Studio I think.

White space at top of page

Try this

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

HTTP POST using JSON in Java

I recomend http-request built on apache http api.

HttpRequest<String> httpRequest = HttpRequestBuilder.createPost(yourUri, String.class)
    .responseDeserializer(ResponseDeserializer.ignorableDeserializer()).build();

public void send(){
   ResponseHandler<String> responseHandler = httpRequest.execute("details", yourJsonData);

   int statusCode = responseHandler.getStatusCode();
   String responseContent = responseHandler.orElse(null); // returns Content from response. If content isn't present returns null. 
}

If you want send JSON as request body you can:

  ResponseHandler<String> responseHandler = httpRequest.executeWithBody(yourJsonData);

I higly recomend read documentation before use.

Error CS1705: "which has a higher version than referenced assembly"

I know this was asked quite a while ago, after trying out some of the above steps. What helped me were the following steps and this article.

I located the reference and changed the PublicKeyToken from the one being referenced to the older one.

I hope this helps too.

How can I do GUI programming in C?

C is more of a hardware programming language, there are easy GUI builders for C, GTK, Glade, etc. The problem is making a program in C that is the easy part, making a GUI that is a easy part, the hard part is to combine both, to interface between your program and the GUI is a headache, and different GUI use different ways, some threw global variables, some use slots. It would be nice to have a GUI builder that would bind easily your C program variables, and outputs. CLI programming is easy when you overcome memory allocation and pointers, GUI you can use a IDE that uses drag and drop. But all around I think it could be simpler.

Finding median of list in Python

Of course you can use build in functions, but if you would like to create your own you can do something like this. The trick here is to use ~ operator that flip positive number to negative. For instance ~2 -> -3 and using negative in for list in Python will count items from the end. So if you have mid == 2 then it will take third element from beginning and third item from the end.

def median(data):
    data.sort()
    mid = len(data) // 2
    return (data[mid] + data[~mid]) / 2

apache and httpd running but I can't see my website

Did you restart the server after you changed the config file?

Can you telnet to the server from a different machine?

Can you telnet to the server from the server itself?

telnet <ip address> 80

telnet localhost 80

How to calculate 1st and 3rd quartiles?

If you want to use raw python rather than numpy or panda, you can use the python stats module to find the median of the upper and lower half of the list:

    >>> import statistics as stat
    >>> def quartile(data):
            data.sort()               
            half_list = int(len(data)//2)
            upper_quartile = stat.median(data[-half_list]
            lower_quartile = stat.median(data[:half_list])
            print("Lower Quartile: "+str(lower_quartile))
            print("Upper Quartile: "+str(upper_quartile))
            print("Interquartile Range: "+str(upper_quartile-lower_quartile)

    >>> quartile(df.time_diff)

Line 1: import the statistics module under the alias "stat"

Line 2: define the quartile function

Line 3: sort the data into ascending order

Line 4: get the length of half of the list

Line 5: get the median of the lower half of the list

Line 6: get the median of the upper half of the list

Line 7: print the lower quartile

Line 8: print the upper quartile

Line 9: print the interquartile range

Line 10: run the quartile function for the time_diff column of the DataFrame

How to Change color of Button in Android when Clicked?

Even using some of the comments above this took way longer to work out that should be necessary. Hopefully this example helps someone else.

Create a radio_button.xml in the drawable directory.

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<!-- An element which allows two drawable items to be listed.-->
<selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <item android:state_checked="true" android:drawable="@drawable/radio_button_checked" /> <!--pressed -->
    <item android:drawable="@drawable/radio_button_unchecked" /> <!-- Normal -->
</selector>

Then in the xml for the fragment should look something like

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layout xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
    xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools">

<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:orientation="vertical">
<RadioGroup
android:layout_width="match_parent"
android:layout_height="match_parent">

<RadioButton

    android:id="@+id/radioButton1"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:layout_marginLeft="10dp"
    android:layout_weight="1"
    android:button="@drawable/radio_button"
    android:paddingLeft="10dp" />        
<RadioButton
    android:id="@+id/radioButton2"
    android:layout_marginLeft="10dp"
    android:paddingLeft="10dp"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:layout_weight="1"
    android:button="@drawable/radio_button" />

</RadioGroup>
    </LinearLayout>
</layout>

Understanding React-Redux and mapStateToProps()

I would like to re-structure the statement that you mentioned which is:

This means that the state as consumed by your target component can have a wildly different structure from the state as it is stored on your store

You can say that the state consumed by your target component has a small portion of the state that is stored on the redux store. In other words, the state consumed by your component would be the sub-set of the state of the redux store.

As far as understanding the connect() method is concerned, it's fairly simple! connect() method has the power to add new props to your component and even override existing props. It is through this connect method that we can access the state of the redux store as well which is thrown to us by the Provider. A combination of which works in your favor and you get to add the state of your redux store to the props of your component.

Above is some theory and I would suggest you look at this video once to understand the syntax better.

How can I fix the 'Missing Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) Response Header' webfont issue?

In your particular case the issue seem to be with accessing the site from non-canonical url (www.site.com vs. site.com).

Instead of fixing CORS issue (which may require writing proxy to server fonts with proper CORS headers depending on service provider) you can normalize your Urls to always server content on canonical Url and simply redirect if one requests page without "www.".

Alternatively you can upload fonts to different server/CDN that is known to have CORS headers configured or you can easily do so.

Java: splitting the filename into a base and extension

Old question but I usually use this solution:

import org.apache.commons.io.FilenameUtils;

String fileName = "/abc/defg/file.txt";

String basename = FilenameUtils.getBaseName(fileName);
String extension = FilenameUtils.getExtension(fileName);
System.out.println(basename); // file
System.out.println(extension); // txt (NOT ".txt" !)

How to use Select2 with JSON via Ajax request?

Here you have an example

$("#profiles-thread").select2({
    minimumInputLength: 2,
    tags: [],
    ajax: {
        url: URL,
        dataType: 'json',
        type: "GET",
        quietMillis: 50,
        data: function (term) {
            return {
                term: term
            };
        },
        results: function (data) {
            return {
                results: $.map(data, function (item) {
                    return {
                        text: item.completeName,
                        slug: item.slug,
                        id: item.id
                    }
                })
            };
        }
    }
});

It's quite easy

remove table row with specific id

Try

$('table#test tr#3').remove();

How to prove that a problem is NP complete?

To show a problem is NP complete, you need to:

Show it is in NP

In other words, given some information C, you can create a polynomial time algorithm V that will verify for every possible input X whether X is in your domain or not.

Example

Prove that the problem of vertex covers (that is, for some graph G, does it have a vertex cover set of size k such that every edge in G has at least one vertex in the cover set?) is in NP:

  • our input X is some graph G and some number k (this is from the problem definition)

  • Take our information C to be "any possible subset of vertices in graph G of size k"

  • Then we can write an algorithm V that, given G, k and C, will return whether that set of vertices is a vertex cover for G or not, in polynomial time.

Then for every graph G, if there exists some "possible subset of vertices in G of size k" which is a vertex cover, then G is in NP.

Note that we do not need to find C in polynomial time. If we could, the problem would be in `P.

Note that algorithm V should work for every G, for some C. For every input there should exist information that could help us verify whether the input is in the problem domain or not. That is, there should not be an input where the information doesn't exist.

Prove it is NP Hard

This involves getting a known NP-complete problem like SAT, the set of boolean expressions in the form:

(A or B or C) and (D or E or F) and ...

where the expression is satisfiable, that is there exists some setting for these booleans, which makes the expression true.

Then reduce the NP-complete problem to your problem in polynomial time.

That is, given some input X for SAT (or whatever NP-complete problem you are using), create some input Y for your problem, such that X is in SAT if and only if Y is in your problem. The function f : X -> Y must run in polynomial time.

In the example above, the input Y would be the graph G and the size of the vertex cover k.

For a full proof, you'd have to prove both:

  • that X is in SAT => Y in your problem

  • and Y in your problem => X in SAT.

marcog's answer has a link with several other NP-complete problems you could reduce to your problem.

Footnote: In step 2 (Prove it is NP-hard), reducing another NP-hard (not necessarily NP-complete) problem to the current problem will do, since NP-complete problems are a subset of NP-hard problems (that are also in NP).

One-liner if statements, how to convert this if-else-statement

All you'd need in your case is:

return expression;

The reason why is that the expression itself evaluates to a boolean value of true or false, so it's redundant to have an if block (or even a ?: operator).

Tooltips for cells in HTML table (no Javascript)

Yes. You can use the title attribute on cell elements, with poor usability, or you can use CSS tooltips (several existing questions, possibly duplicates of this one).

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

Math.floor sliiiide to the left...
Math.ceil sliiiide to the right...
Math.truncate criiiiss crooooss (floor/ceil always towards 0)
Math.round cha cha, real smooth... (go to closest side)

Let's go to work! (¬?_?)

To the left... Math.floor
Take it back now y'all... --
Two hops this time... -=2

Everybody clap your hands ??

How low can you go? Can you go down low? All the way to the floor?

if (this == "wrong")
    return "i don't wanna be right";

Math.truncate(x) is also the same as int(x).
by removing a positive or negative fraction, you're always heading towards 0.

Delete all rows with timestamp older than x days

DELETE FROM on_search 
WHERE search_date < UNIX_TIMESTAMP(DATE_SUB(NOW(), INTERVAL 180 DAY))

Where is Developer Command Prompt for VS2013?

For some reason, it doesn't properly add an icon when running Windows 8+. Here's how I solved it:

Using Windows Explorer, navigate to:

C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Visual Studio 2013

In that folder, you'll see a shortcut named Visual Studio Tools that maps to (assuming default installation):

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\Common7\Tools\Shortcuts

Double-click the shortcut (or go to the folder above).

From that folder, copy the shortcut named Developer Command Prompt for VS2013 (and any others you find useful) to the first directory (for the Start Menu). You'll likely be prompted for administrative access (do so).

Once you've done that, you'll now have an icon available for the 2013 command prompt.

Build query string for System.Net.HttpClient get

You might want to check out Flurl [disclosure: I'm the author], a fluent URL builder with optional companion lib that extends it into a full-blown REST client.

var result = await "https://api.com"
    // basic URL building:
    .AppendPathSegment("endpoint")
    .SetQueryParams(new {
        api_key = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["SomeApiKey"],
        max_results = 20,
        q = "Don't worry, I'll get encoded!"
    })
    .SetQueryParams(myDictionary)
    .SetQueryParam("q", "overwrite q!")

    // extensions provided by Flurl.Http:
    .WithOAuthBearerToken("token")
    .GetJsonAsync<TResult>();

Check out the docs for more details. The full package is available on NuGet:

PM> Install-Package Flurl.Http

or just the stand-alone URL builder:

PM> Install-Package Flurl

Chrome & Safari Error::Not allowed to load local resource: file:///D:/CSS/Style.css

You wont be able to access a local resource from your aspx page (web server). Have you tried a relative path from your aspx page to your css file like so...

<link rel="stylesheet" media="all" href="/CSS/Style.css" type="text/css" />

The above assumes that you have a folder called CSS in the root of your website like this:

http://www.website.com/CSS/Style.css

How to get current url in view in asp.net core 1.0

var returnUrl = string.IsNullOrEmpty(Context.Request.Path) ? "~/" : $"~{Context.Request.Path.Value}{Context.Request.QueryString}";

How to return XML in ASP.NET?

Ideally you would use an ashx to send XML although I do allow code in an ASPX to intercept normal execution.

Response.Clear()

I don't use this if you not sure you've dumped anything in the response already the go find it and get rid of it.

Response.ContentType = "text/xml"

Definitely, a common client will not accept the content as XML without this content type present.

 Response.Charset = "UTF-8";

Let the response class handle building the content type header properly. Use UTF-8 unless you have a really, really good reason not to.

Response.Cache.SetCacheability(HttpCacheability.NoCache);
Response.Cache.SetAllowResponseInBrowserHistory(true);

If you don't send cache headers some browsers (namely IE) will cache the response, subsequent requests will not necessarily come to the server. You also need to AllowResponseInBrowser if you want this to work over HTTPS (due to yet another bug in IE).

To send content of an XmlDocument simply use:

dom.Save(Response.OutputStream);

dom.Save(Response.Output);

Just be sure the encodings match, (another good reason to use UTF-8).

The XmlDocument object will automatically adjust its embedded encoding="..." encoding to that of the Response (e.g. UTF-8)

Response.End()

If you really have to in an ASPX but its a bit drastic, in an ASHX don't do it.

Cannot connect to MySQL 4.1+ using old authentication

If you do not have Administrator access to the MySQL Server configuration (i.e. you are using a hosting service), then there are 2 options to get this to work:

1) Request that the old_passwords option be set to false on the MySQL server

2) Downgrade PHP to 5.2.2 until option 1 occurs.

From what I've been able to find, the issue seems to be with how the MySQL account passwords are stored and if the 'old_passwords' setting is set to true. This causes a compatibility issue between MySQL and newer versions of PHP (5.3+) where PHP attempts to connect using a 41-character hash but the MySQL server is still storing account passwords using a 16-character hash.

This incompatibility was brought about by the changing of the hashing method used in MySQL 4.1 which allows for both short and long hash lengths (Scenario 2 on this page from the MySQL site: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/password-hashing.html) and the inclusion of the MySQL Native Driver in PHP 5.3 (backwards compatibility issue documented on bullet 7 of this page from the PHP documentation: http://www.php.net/manual/en/migration53.incompatible.php).

Is there a java setting for disabling certificate validation?

It is very simple .In my opinion it is the best way for everyone

       Unirest.config().verifySsl(false);
       HttpResponse<String> response = null;
       try {
           Gson gson = new Gson();
           response = Unirest.post("your_api_url")
                   .header("Authorization", "Basic " + "authkey")
                   .header("Content-Type", "application/json")
                   .body("request_body")
                   .asString();
           System.out.println("------RESPONSE -------"+ gson.toJson(response.getBody()));
       } catch (Exception e) {
           System.out.println("------RESPONSE ERROR--");
           e.printStackTrace();
       }
   }

Capitalize only first character of string and leave others alone? (Rails)

You can use humanize. If you don't need underscores or other capitals in your text lines.

Input:

"i'm from New_York...".humanize

Output:

"I'm from new york..."

How to handle the modal closing event in Twitter Bootstrap?

If your modal div is dynamically added then use( For bootstrap 3 and 4)

$(document).on('hide.bs.modal','#modal-id', function () {
                alert('');
 //Do stuff here
});

This will work for non-dynamic content also.

How to parse XML using jQuery?

First thing that pop-up in google results http://think2loud.com/224-reading-xml-with-jquery/ There's no simple way to access xml structure (like you described Pages->pagename->controls->test) in jQuery without any plugins.

How to find the extension of a file in C#?

I'm not sure if this is what you want but:

Directory.GetFiles(@"c:\mydir", "*.flv");

Or:

Path.GetExtension(@"c:\test.flv")

Error 415 Unsupported Media Type: POST not reaching REST if JSON, but it does if XML

I had this issue and found that the problem was that I had not registered the JacksonFeature class:

// Create JAX-RS application.
final Application application = new ResourceConfig()
    ...
    .register(JacksonFeature.class);

Without doing this your application does not know how to convert the JSON to a java object.

https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.jackson

how to send an array in url request

Separate with commas:

http://localhost:8080/MovieDB/GetJson?name=Actor1,Actor2,Actor3&startDate=20120101&endDate=20120505

or:

http://localhost:8080/MovieDB/GetJson?name=Actor1&name=Actor2&name=Actor3&startDate=20120101&endDate=20120505

or:

http://localhost:8080/MovieDB/GetJson?name[0]=Actor1&name[1]=Actor2&name[2]=Actor3&startDate=20120101&endDate=20120505

Either way, your method signature needs to be:

@RequestMapping(value = "/GetJson", method = RequestMethod.GET) 
public void getJson(@RequestParam("name") String[] ticker, @RequestParam("startDate") String startDate, @RequestParam("endDate") String endDate) {
   //code to get results from db for those params.
 }

CSS technique for a horizontal line with words in the middle

If you are using React with Styled Components. I found that is more easy to just separate elements. Is not the "amazing solution" but it works.

import React from 'react';
import styled from "@emotion/styled";

const Container = styled.div`
  padding-top: 210px;
  padding-left: 50px;  
  display: inline-flex;
`

const Title1 = styled.div`
  position: absolute;
  font-size: 25px;
  left:40px;
  color: white;
  margin-top: -17px;
  padding-left: 40px;
`

const Title2 = styled.div`
  position: absolute;
  font-size: 25px;
  left:1090px;
  color: white;
  margin-top: -17px;
  padding-left: 40px;
`

const Line1 = styled.div`
  width: 20px;
  border: solid darkgray 1px;
  margin-right: 90px;
`
const Line2 = styled.div`
  width: 810px;
  border: solid darkgray 1px;
  margin-right: 126px;
`
const Line3 = styled.div`
  width: 178px;
  border: solid darkgray 1px;
`


const Titulos = () => {
    return (
        <Container>
            <Line1/>
            <Title1>
                FEATURED
            </Title1>
            <Line2/>
            <Line1/>
            <Title2>
                EXCLUSIVE
            </Title2>
            <Line3/>
        </Container>
    );
};

export default Titulos;

Result:

enter image description here

define a List like List<int,string>?

With the new ValueTuple from C# 7 (VS 2017 and above), there is a new solution:

List<(int,string)> mylist= new List<(int,string)>();

Which creates a list of ValueTuple type. If you're targeting .Net Framework 4.7+ or .Net Core, it's native, otherwise you have to get the ValueTuple package from nuget.

It's a struct opposing to Tuple, which is a class. It also has the advantage over the Tuple class that you could create a named tuple, like this:

var mylist = new List<(int myInt, string myString)>();

That way you can access like mylist[0].myInt and mylist[0].myString

What is deserialize and serialize in JSON?

In the context of data storage, serialization (or serialisation) is the process of translating data structures or object state into a format that can be stored (for example, in a file or memory buffer) or transmitted (for example, across a network connection link) and reconstructed later. [...]
The opposite operation, extracting a data structure from a series of bytes, is deserialization. From Wikipedia

In Python "serialization" does nothing else than just converting the given data structure (e.g. a dict) into its valid JSON pendant (object).

  • Python's True will be converted to JSONs true and the dictionary itself will then be encapsulated in quotes.
  • You can easily spot the difference between a Python dictionary and JSON by their Boolean values:
    • Python: True / False,
    • JSON: true / false
  • Python builtin module json is the standard way to do serialization:

Code example:

data = {
    "president": {
        "name": "Zaphod Beeblebrox",
        "species": "Betelgeusian",
        "male": True,
    }
}

import json
json_data = json.dumps(data, indent=2) # serialize
restored_data = json.loads(json_data) # deserialize

# serialized json_data now looks like:
# {
#   "president": {
#     "name": "Zaphod Beeblebrox",
#     "species": "Betelgeusian",
#     "male": true
#   }
# }

Source: realpython.com

How to sum array of numbers in Ruby?

For Ruby >=2.4.0 you can use sum from Enumerables.

[1, 2, 3, 4].sum

It is dangerous to mokeypatch base classes. If you like danger and using an older version of Ruby, you could add #sum to the Array class:

class Array
  def sum
    inject(0) { |sum, x| sum + x }
  end
end

How to convert char to int?

int val = '1' & 15;

The binary of the ASCII charecters 0-9 is:

0   -   00110000

1   -   00110001

2   -   00110010

3   -   00110011

4   -   00110100

5   -   00110101

6   -   00110110

7   -   00110111

8   -   00111000

9   -   00111001

and if you take in each one of them the first 4 LSB(using bitwise AND with 8'b00001111 that equels to 15) you get the actual number (0000 = 0,0001=1,0010=2,... )

Angularjs Template Default Value if Binding Null / Undefined (With Filter)

I made the following filter:

angular.module('app').filter('ifEmpty', function() {
    return function(input, defaultValue) {
        if (angular.isUndefined(input) || input === null || input === '') {
            return defaultValue;
        }

        return input;
    }
});

To be used like this:

<span>{{aPrice | currency | ifEmpty:'N/A'}}</span>
<span>{{aNum | number:3 | ifEmpty:0}}</span>

Java : Sort integer array without using Arrays.sort()

Simple sorting algorithm Bubble sort:

public static void main(String[] args) {
    int[] arr = new int[] { 6, 8, 7, 4, 312, 78, 54, 9, 12, 100, 89, 74 };

    for (int i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {
        for (int j = i + 1; j < arr.length; j++) {
            int tmp = 0;
            if (arr[i] > arr[j]) {
                tmp = arr[i];
                arr[i] = arr[j];
                arr[j] = tmp;
            }
        }
    }
}

When and where to use GetType() or typeof()?

You may find it easier to use the is keyword:

if (mycontrol is TextBox)

Check if decimal value is null

decimal is a value type in .NET. And value types can't be null. But if you use nullable type for your decimal, then you can check your decimal is null or not. Like myDecimal?

Nullable types are instances of the System.Nullable struct. A nullable type can represent the normal range of values for its underlying value type, plus an additional null value.

if (myDecimal.HasValue)

But I think in your database, if this column contains nullable values, then it shouldn't be type of decimal.

Apache HttpClient Android (Gradle)

I resolved problem by adding following to my build.gradle file

android {
useLibrary 'org.apache.http.legacy'}

However this only works if you are using gradle 1.3.0-beta2 or greater, so you will have to add this to buildscript dependencies if you are on a lower version:

classpath 'com.android.tools.build:gradle:1.3.0-beta2'

How do I create a right click context menu in Java Swing?

The following code implements a default context menu known from Windows with copy, cut, paste, select all, undo and redo functions. It also works on Linux and Mac OS X:

import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.text.JTextComponent;
import javax.swing.undo.UndoManager;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.datatransfer.Clipboard;
import java.awt.datatransfer.DataFlavor;
import java.awt.event.KeyAdapter;
import java.awt.event.KeyEvent;
import java.awt.event.MouseAdapter;
import java.awt.event.MouseEvent;

public class DefaultContextMenu extends JPopupMenu
{
    private Clipboard clipboard;

    private UndoManager undoManager;

    private JMenuItem undo;
    private JMenuItem redo;
    private JMenuItem cut;
    private JMenuItem copy;
    private JMenuItem paste;
    private JMenuItem delete;
    private JMenuItem selectAll;

    private JTextComponent textComponent;

    public DefaultContextMenu()
    {
        undoManager = new UndoManager();
        clipboard = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getSystemClipboard();

        addPopupMenuItems();
    }

    private void addPopupMenuItems()
    {
        undo = new JMenuItem("Undo");
        undo.setEnabled(false);
        undo.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_Z, Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()));
        undo.addActionListener(event -> undoManager.undo());
        add(undo);

        redo = new JMenuItem("Redo");
        redo.setEnabled(false);
        redo.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_Y, Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()));
        redo.addActionListener(event -> undoManager.redo());
        add(redo);

        add(new JSeparator());

        cut = new JMenuItem("Cut");
        cut.setEnabled(false);
        cut.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_X, Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()));
        cut.addActionListener(event -> textComponent.cut());
        add(cut);

        copy = new JMenuItem("Copy");
        copy.setEnabled(false);
        copy.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_C, Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()));
        copy.addActionListener(event -> textComponent.copy());
        add(copy);

        paste = new JMenuItem("Paste");
        paste.setEnabled(false);
        paste.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_V, Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()));
        paste.addActionListener(event -> textComponent.paste());
        add(paste);

        delete = new JMenuItem("Delete");
        delete.setEnabled(false);
        delete.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_DELETE, Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()));
        delete.addActionListener(event -> textComponent.replaceSelection(""));
        add(delete);

        add(new JSeparator());

        selectAll = new JMenuItem("Select All");
        selectAll.setEnabled(false);
        selectAll.setAccelerator(KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_A, Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()));
        selectAll.addActionListener(event -> textComponent.selectAll());
        add(selectAll);
    }

    private void addTo(JTextComponent textComponent)
    {
        textComponent.addKeyListener(new KeyAdapter()
        {
            @Override
            public void keyPressed(KeyEvent pressedEvent)
            {
                if ((pressedEvent.getKeyCode() == KeyEvent.VK_Z)
                        && ((pressedEvent.getModifiersEx() & Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()) != 0))
                {
                    if (undoManager.canUndo())
                    {
                        undoManager.undo();
                    }
                }

                if ((pressedEvent.getKeyCode() == KeyEvent.VK_Y)
                        && ((pressedEvent.getModifiersEx() & Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getMenuShortcutKeyMask()) != 0))
                {
                    if (undoManager.canRedo())
                    {
                        undoManager.redo();
                    }
                }
            }
        });

        textComponent.addMouseListener(new MouseAdapter()
        {
            @Override
            public void mousePressed(MouseEvent releasedEvent)
            {
                handleContextMenu(releasedEvent);
            }

            @Override
            public void mouseReleased(MouseEvent releasedEvent)
            {
                handleContextMenu(releasedEvent);
            }
        });

        textComponent.getDocument().addUndoableEditListener(event -> undoManager.addEdit(event.getEdit()));
    }

    private void handleContextMenu(MouseEvent releasedEvent)
    {
        if (releasedEvent.getButton() == MouseEvent.BUTTON3)
        {
            processClick(releasedEvent);
        }
    }

    private void processClick(MouseEvent event)
    {
        textComponent = (JTextComponent) event.getSource();
        textComponent.requestFocus();

        boolean enableUndo = undoManager.canUndo();
        boolean enableRedo = undoManager.canRedo();
        boolean enableCut = false;
        boolean enableCopy = false;
        boolean enablePaste = false;
        boolean enableDelete = false;
        boolean enableSelectAll = false;

        String selectedText = textComponent.getSelectedText();
        String text = textComponent.getText();

        if (text != null)
        {
            if (text.length() > 0)
            {
                enableSelectAll = true;
            }
        }

        if (selectedText != null)
        {
            if (selectedText.length() > 0)
            {
                enableCut = true;
                enableCopy = true;
                enableDelete = true;
            }
        }

        if (clipboard.isDataFlavorAvailable(DataFlavor.stringFlavor) && textComponent.isEnabled())
        {
            enablePaste = true;
        }

        undo.setEnabled(enableUndo);
        redo.setEnabled(enableRedo);
        cut.setEnabled(enableCut);
        copy.setEnabled(enableCopy);
        paste.setEnabled(enablePaste);
        delete.setEnabled(enableDelete);
        selectAll.setEnabled(enableSelectAll);

        // Shows the popup menu
        show(textComponent, event.getX(), event.getY());
    }

    public static void addDefaultContextMenu(JTextComponent component)
    {
        DefaultContextMenu defaultContextMenu = new DefaultContextMenu();
        defaultContextMenu.addTo(component);
    }
}

Usage:

JTextArea textArea = new JTextArea();
DefaultContextMenu.addDefaultContextMenu(textArea);

Now the textArea will have a context menu when it is right-clicked on.

Change x axes scale in matplotlib

This is not so much an answer to your original question as to one of the queries you had in the body of your question.

A little preamble, so that my naming doesn't seem strange:

import matplotlib
from matplotlib import rc
from matplotlib.figure import Figure
ax = self.figure.add_subplot( 111 )

As has been mentioned you can use ticklabel_format to specify that matplotlib should use scientific notation for large or small values:

ax.ticklabel_format(style='sci',scilimits=(-3,4),axis='both')

You can affect the way that this is displayed using the flags in rcParams (from matplotlib import rcParams) or by setting them directly. I haven't found a more elegant way of changing between '1e' and 'x10^' scientific notation than:

ax.xaxis.major.formatter._useMathText = True

This should give you the more Matlab-esc, and indeed arguably better appearance. I think the following should do the same:

rc('text', usetex=True)

How to access POST form fields

Update

As of Express version 4.16+, their own body-parser implementation is now included in the default Express package so there is no need for you to download another dependency.

You may have added a line to your code that looks like the following:

app.use(bodyparser.json()); //utilizes the body-parser package

If you are using Express 4.16+ you can now replace that line with:

app.use(express.json()); //Used to parse JSON bodies

This should not introduce any breaking changes into your applications since the code in express.json() is based on bodyparser.json().

If you also have the following code in your environment:

app.use(bodyParser.urlencoded({extended: true}));

You can replace that with:

app.use(express.urlencoded()); //Parse URL-encoded bodies

A final note of caution: There are still some very specific cases where body-parser might still be necessary but for the most part Express’ implementation of body-parser is all you will need for the majority of use cases.

(See the docs at expressjs/bodyparser for more details).

OpenSSL Verify return code: 20 (unable to get local issuer certificate)

I faced the same issue, It got fixed after keeping issuer subject value in the certificate as it is as subject of issuer certificate.

so please check "issuer subject value in the certificate(cert.pem) == subject of issuer (CA.pem)"

openssl verify -CAfile CA.pem cert.pem
cert.pem: OK

How can I find out what FOREIGN KEY constraint references a table in SQL Server?

Try this

SELECT
  object_name(parent_object_id) ParentTableName,
  object_name(referenced_object_id) RefTableName,
  name 
FROM sys.foreign_keys
WHERE parent_object_id = object_id('Tablename')

Is there any JSON Web Token (JWT) example in C#?

Here is another REST-only working example for Google Service Accounts accessing G Suite Users and Groups, authenticating through JWT. This was only possible through reflection of Google libraries, since Google documentation of these APIs are beyond terrible. Anyone used to code in MS technologies will have a hard time figuring out how everything goes together in Google services.

$iss = "<name>@<serviceaccount>.iam.gserviceaccount.com"; # The email address of the service account.
$sub = "[email protected]"; # The user to impersonate (required).
$scope = "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.readonly https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.group.readonly";
$certPath = "D:\temp\mycertificate.p12";
$grantType = "urn:ietf:params:oauth:grant-type:jwt-bearer";

# Auxiliary functions
function UrlSafeEncode([String] $Data) {
    return $Data.Replace("=", [String]::Empty).Replace("+", "-").Replace("/", "_");
}

function UrlSafeBase64Encode ([String] $Data) {
    return (UrlSafeEncode -Data ([Convert]::ToBase64String([System.Text.Encoding]::UTF8.GetBytes($Data))));
}

function KeyFromCertificate([System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509Certificate2] $Certificate) {
    $privateKeyBlob = $Certificate.PrivateKey.ExportCspBlob($true);
    $key = New-Object System.Security.Cryptography.RSACryptoServiceProvider;
    $key.ImportCspBlob($privateKeyBlob);
    return $key;
}

function CreateSignature ([Byte[]] $Data, [System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509Certificate2] $Certificate) {
    $sha256 = [System.Security.Cryptography.SHA256]::Create();
    $key = (KeyFromCertificate $Certificate);
    $assertionHash = $sha256.ComputeHash($Data);
    $sig = [Convert]::ToBase64String($key.SignHash($assertionHash, "2.16.840.1.101.3.4.2.1"));
    $sha256.Dispose();
    return $sig;
}

function CreateAssertionFromPayload ([String] $Payload, [System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509Certificate2] $Certificate) {
    $header = @"
{"alg":"RS256","typ":"JWT"}
"@;
    $assertion = New-Object System.Text.StringBuilder;

    $assertion.Append((UrlSafeBase64Encode $header)).Append(".").Append((UrlSafeBase64Encode $Payload)) | Out-Null;
    $signature = (CreateSignature -Data ([System.Text.Encoding]::ASCII.GetBytes($assertion.ToString())) -Certificate $Certificate);
    $assertion.Append(".").Append((UrlSafeEncode $signature)) | Out-Null;
    return $assertion.ToString();
}

$baseDateTime = New-Object DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, [DateTimeKind]::Utc);
$timeInSeconds = [Math]::Truncate([DateTime]::UtcNow.Subtract($baseDateTime).TotalSeconds);

$jwtClaimSet = @"
{"scope":"$scope","email_verified":false,"iss":"$iss","sub":"$sub","aud":"https://oauth2.googleapis.com/token","exp":$($timeInSeconds + 3600),"iat":$timeInSeconds}
"@;


$cert = New-Object System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509Certificate2($certPath, "notasecret", [System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509KeyStorageFlags]::Exportable);
$jwt = CreateAssertionFromPayload -Payload $jwtClaimSet -Certificate $cert;


# Retrieve the authorization token.
$authRes = Invoke-WebRequest -Uri "https://oauth2.googleapis.com/token" -Method Post -ContentType "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" -UseBasicParsing -Body @"
assertion=$jwt&grant_type=$([Uri]::EscapeDataString($grantType))
"@;
$authInfo = ConvertFrom-Json -InputObject $authRes.Content;

$resUsers = Invoke-WebRequest -Uri "https://www.googleapis.com/admin/directory/v1/users?domain=<required_domain_name_dont_trust_google_documentation_on_this>" -Method Get -Headers @{
    "Authorization" = "$($authInfo.token_type) $($authInfo.access_token)"
}

$users = ConvertFrom-Json -InputObject $resUsers.Content;

$users.users | ft primaryEmail, isAdmin, suspended;

Selecting a row of pandas series/dataframe by integer index

you can loop through the data frame like this .

for ad in range(1,dataframe_c.size):
    print(dataframe_c.values[ad])

Format numbers in JavaScript similar to C#

May I suggest numbro for locale based formatting and number-format.js for the general case. A combination of the two depending on use-case may help.

Fastest way to implode an associative array with keys

What about this shorter, more transparent, yet more intuitive with array_walk

$attributes = array(
  'data-href'   => 'http://example.com',
  'data-width'  => '300',
  'data-height' => '250',
  'data-type'   => 'cover',
);

$args = "";
array_walk(
    $attributes, 
    function ($item, $key) use (&$args) {
        $args .= $key ." = '" . $item . "' ";  
    }
);
// output: 'data-href="http://example.com" data-width="300" data-height="250" data-type="cover"

The mysql extension is deprecated and will be removed in the future: use mysqli or PDO instead

  1. Why is this happening?

    The entire ext/mysql PHP extension, which provides all functions named with the prefix mysql_, was officially deprecated in PHP v5.5.0 and removed in PHP v7.

    It was originally introduced in PHP v2.0 (November 1997) for MySQL v3.20, and no new features have been added since 2006. Coupled with the lack of new features are difficulties in maintaining such old code amidst complex security vulnerabilities.

    The manual has contained warnings against its use in new code since June 2011.

  2. How can I fix it?

    As the error message suggests, there are two other MySQL extensions that you can consider: MySQLi and PDO_MySQL, either of which can be used instead of ext/mysql. Both have been in PHP core since v5.0, so if you're using a version that is throwing these deprecation errors then you can almost certainly just start using them right away—i.e. without any installation effort.

    They differ slightly, but offer a number of advantages over the old extension including API support for transactions, stored procedures and prepared statements (thereby providing the best way to defeat SQL injection attacks). PHP developer Ulf Wendel has written a thorough comparison of the features.

    Hashphp.org has an excellent tutorial on migrating from ext/mysql to PDO.

  3. I understand that it's possible to suppress deprecation errors by setting error_reporting in php.ini to exclude E_DEPRECATED:

    error_reporting = E_ALL ^ E_DEPRECATED
    

    What will happen if I do that?

    Yes, it is possible to suppress such error messages and continue using the old ext/mysql extension for the time being. But you really shouldn't do this—this is a final warning from the developers that the extension may not be bundled with future versions of PHP (indeed, as already mentioned, it has been removed from PHP v7). Instead, you should take this opportunity to migrate your application now, before it's too late.

    Note also that this technique will suppress all E_DEPRECATED messages, not just those to do with the ext/mysql extension: therefore you may be unaware of other upcoming changes to PHP that would affect your application code. It is, of course, possible to only suppress errors that arise on the expression at issue by using PHP's error control operator—i.e. prepending the relevant line with @—however this will suppress all errors raised by that expression, not just E_DEPRECATED ones.


What should you do?

  • You are starting a new project.

    There is absolutely no reason to use ext/mysql—choose one of the other, more modern, extensions instead and reap the rewards of the benefits they offer.

  • You have (your own) legacy codebase that currently depends upon ext/mysql.

    It would be wise to perform regression testing: you really shouldn't be changing anything (especially upgrading PHP) until you have identified all of the potential areas of impact, planned around each of them and then thoroughly tested your solution in a staging environment.

    • Following good coding practice, your application was developed in a loosely integrated/modular fashion and the database access methods are all self-contained in one place that can easily be swapped out for one of the new extensions.

      Spend half an hour rewriting this module to use one of the other, more modern, extensions; test thoroughly. You can later introduce further refinements to reap the rewards of the benefits they offer.

    • The database access methods are scattered all over the place and cannot easily be swapped out for one of the new extensions.

      Consider whether you really need to upgrade to PHP v5.5 at this time.

      You should begin planning to replace ext/mysql with one of the other, more modern, extensions in order that you can reap the rewards of the benefits they offer; you might also use it as an opportunity to refactor your database access methods into a more modular structure.

      However, if you have an urgent need to upgrade PHP right away, you might consider suppressing deprecation errors for the time being: but first be sure to identify any other deprecation errors that are also being thrown.

  • You are using a third party project that depends upon ext/mysql.

    Consider whether you really need to upgrade to PHP v5.5 at this time.

    Check whether the developer has released any fixes, workarounds or guidance in relation to this specific issue; or, if not, pressure them to do so by bringing this matter to their attention. If you have an urgent need to upgrade PHP right away, you might consider suppressing deprecation errors for the time being: but first be sure to identify any other deprecation errors that are also being thrown.

    It is absolutely essential to perform regression testing.

Error: Cannot invoke an expression whose type lacks a call signature

I had the same error message. In my case I had inadvertently mixed the ES6 export default function myFunc syntax with const myFunc = require('./myFunc');.

Using module.exports = myFunc; instead solved the issue.

Switch case with fallthrough?

Try this:

case $VAR in
normal)
    echo "This doesn't do fallthrough"
    ;;
special)
    echo -n "This does "
    ;&
fallthrough)
    echo "fall-through"
    ;;
esac

How can I get the named parameters from a URL using Flask?

url:

http://0.0.0.0:5000/user/name/

code:

@app.route('/user/<string:name>/', methods=['GET', 'POST'])
def user_view(name):
    print(name)

(Edit: removed spaces in format string)

Update a submodule to the latest commit

None of the above answers worked for me.

This was the solution, from the parent directory run:

git submodule update --init;
cd submodule-directory;
git pull;
cd ..;
git add submodule-directory;

now you can git commit and git push

How to check file MIME type with javascript before upload?

Here is an extension of Roberto14's answer that does the following:

THIS WILL ONLY ALLOW IMAGES

Checks if FileReader is available and falls back to extension checking if it is not available.

Gives an error alert if not an image

If it is an image it loads a preview

** You should still do server side validation, this is more a convenience for the end user than anything else. But it is handy!

<form id="myform">
    <input type="file" id="myimage" onchange="readURL(this)" />
    <img id="preview" src="#" alt="Image Preview" />
</form>

<script>
function readURL(input) {
    if (window.FileReader && window.Blob) {
        if (input.files && input.files[0]) {
            var reader = new FileReader();
            reader.onload = function (e) {
                var img = new Image();
                img.onload = function() {
                    var preview = document.getElementById('preview');
                    preview.src = e.target.result;
                    };
                img.onerror = function() { 
                    alert('error');
                    input.value = '';
                    };
                img.src = e.target.result;
                }
            reader.readAsDataURL(input.files[0]);
            }
        }
    else {
        var ext = input.value.split('.');
        ext = ext[ext.length-1].toLowerCase();      
        var arrayExtensions = ['jpg' , 'jpeg', 'png', 'bmp', 'gif'];
        if (arrayExtensions.lastIndexOf(ext) == -1) {
            alert('error');
            input.value = '';
            }
        else {
            var preview = document.getElementById('preview');
            preview.setAttribute('alt', 'Browser does not support preview.');
            }
        }
    }
</script>

Traverse a list in reverse order in Python

the reverse function comes in handy here:

myArray = [1,2,3,4]
myArray.reverse()
for x in myArray:
    print x

for each inside a for each - Java

So you really want:

for each tweet
    unless tweet is in db
        insert tweet

If so, just write it down in your programming language. Hint: The loop over the array is to be done before the insert, which is done depending on the outcome.

What you want to test is that all array elements are not equal to the current one. But your for loop does not do that.

get list of pandas dataframe columns based on data type

use df.info(verbose=True) where df is a pandas datafarme, by default verbose=False

(Excel) Conditional Formatting based on Adjacent Cell Value

I don't know if maybe it's a difference in Excel version but this question is 6 years old and the accepted answer didn't help me so this is what I figured out:

Under Conditional Formatting > Manage Rules:

  1. Make a new rule with "Use a formula to determine which cells to format"
  2. Make your rule, but put a dollar sign only in front of the letter: $A2<$B2
  3. Under "Applies to", Manually select the second column (It would not work for me if I changed the value in the box, it just kept snapping back to what was already there), so it looks like $B$2:$B$100 (assuming you have 100 rows)

This worked for me in Excel 2016.

VirtualBox and vmdk vmx files

Actually, for the configuration of the machine, just open the .vmx file with a text editor (e.g. notepad, gedit, etc.). You will be able to see the OS type, memsize, ethernet.connectionType, and other settings. Then when you make your machine, just look in the text editor for the corresponding settings. When it asks for the disk, select the .vmdk disk as mentioned above.

An "and" operator for an "if" statement in Bash

Try this:

if [ $STATUS -ne 200 -a "$STRING" != "$VALUE" ]; then

How Do I Take a Screen Shot of a UIView?

Details

  • Xcode Version 10.3 (10G8), Swift 5

Solution

import UIKit

extension CALayer {
    func makeSnapshot() -> UIImage? {
        let scale = UIScreen.main.scale
        UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(frame.size, false, scale)
        defer { UIGraphicsEndImageContext() }
        guard let context = UIGraphicsGetCurrentContext() else { return nil }
        render(in: context)
        let screenshot = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()
        return screenshot
    }
}

extension UIView {
    func makeSnapshot() -> UIImage? {
        if #available(iOS 10.0, *) {
            let renderer = UIGraphicsImageRenderer(size: frame.size)
            return renderer.image { _ in drawHierarchy(in: bounds, afterScreenUpdates: true) }
        } else {
            return layer.makeSnapshot()
        }
    }
}

Usage

let image = view.makeSnapshot()

Full sample

Do not forget to add the solution code here

import UIKit

class ViewController: UIViewController {

    @IBOutlet var viewForScreenShot: UIView!
    @IBOutlet var screenShotRenderer: UIImageView!

    @IBAction func makeViewScreenShotButtonTapped2(_ sender: UIButton) {
        screenShotRenderer.image = viewForScreenShot.makeSnapshot()
    }
}

Main.storyboard

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<document type="com.apple.InterfaceBuilder3.CocoaTouch.Storyboard.XIB" version="3.0" toolsVersion="11762" systemVersion="16C67" targetRuntime="iOS.CocoaTouch" propertyAccessControl="none" useAutolayout="YES" useTraitCollections="YES" colorMatched="YES" initialViewController="BYZ-38-t0r">
    <device id="retina4_7" orientation="portrait">
        <adaptation id="fullscreen"/>
    </device>
    <dependencies>
        <deployment identifier="iOS"/>
        <plugIn identifier="com.apple.InterfaceBuilder.IBCocoaTouchPlugin" version="11757"/>
        <capability name="documents saved in the Xcode 8 format" minToolsVersion="8.0"/>
    </dependencies>
    <scenes>
        <!--View Controller-->
        <scene sceneID="tne-QT-ifu">
            <objects>
                <viewController id="BYZ-38-t0r" customClass="ViewController" customModule="stackoverflow_2214957" customModuleProvider="target" sceneMemberID="viewController">
                    <layoutGuides>
                        <viewControllerLayoutGuide type="top" id="y3c-jy-aDJ"/>
                        <viewControllerLayoutGuide type="bottom" id="wfy-db-euE"/>
                    </layoutGuides>
                    <view key="view" contentMode="scaleToFill" id="8bC-Xf-vdC">
                        <rect key="frame" x="0.0" y="0.0" width="375" height="667"/>
                        <autoresizingMask key="autoresizingMask" widthSizable="YES" heightSizable="YES"/>
                        <subviews>
                            <view contentMode="scaleToFill" translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints="NO" id="Acg-GO-mMN">
                                <rect key="frame" x="67" y="28" width="240" height="128"/>
                                <subviews>
                                    <textField opaque="NO" clipsSubviews="YES" contentMode="scaleToFill" contentHorizontalAlignment="left" contentVerticalAlignment="center" borderStyle="roundedRect" textAlignment="natural" minimumFontSize="17" translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints="NO" id="4Fr-O3-56t">
                                        <rect key="frame" x="72" y="49" width="96" height="30"/>
                                        <constraints>
                                            <constraint firstAttribute="height" constant="30" id="cLv-es-h7Q"/>
                                            <constraint firstAttribute="width" constant="96" id="ytF-FH-gdm"/>
                                        </constraints>
                                        <nil key="textColor"/>
                                        <fontDescription key="fontDescription" type="system" pointSize="14"/>
                                        <textInputTraits key="textInputTraits"/>
                                    </textField>
                                </subviews>
                                <color key="backgroundColor" red="0.0" green="0.47843137250000001" blue="1" alpha="0.49277611300000002" colorSpace="custom" customColorSpace="sRGB"/>
                                <color key="tintColor" white="0.66666666666666663" alpha="1" colorSpace="calibratedWhite"/>
                                <constraints>
                                    <constraint firstItem="4Fr-O3-56t" firstAttribute="centerX" secondItem="Acg-GO-mMN" secondAttribute="centerX" id="egj-rT-Gz5"/>
                                    <constraint firstItem="4Fr-O3-56t" firstAttribute="centerY" secondItem="Acg-GO-mMN" secondAttribute="centerY" id="ymi-Ll-WIV"/>
                                </constraints>
                            </view>
                            <button opaque="NO" contentMode="scaleToFill" contentHorizontalAlignment="center" contentVerticalAlignment="center" buttonType="roundedRect" lineBreakMode="middleTruncation" translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints="NO" id="SQq-IE-pvj">
                                <rect key="frame" x="109" y="214" width="157" height="30"/>
                                <state key="normal" title="make view screen shot"/>
                                <connections>
                                    <action selector="makeViewScreenShotButtonTapped2:" destination="BYZ-38-t0r" eventType="touchUpInside" id="KSY-ec-uvA"/>
                                </connections>
                            </button>
                            <imageView userInteractionEnabled="NO" contentMode="scaleAspectFit" horizontalHuggingPriority="251" verticalHuggingPriority="251" translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints="NO" id="CEZ-Ju-Tpq">
                                <rect key="frame" x="67" y="269" width="240" height="128"/>
                                <constraints>
                                    <constraint firstAttribute="width" constant="240" id="STo-iJ-rM4"/>
                                    <constraint firstAttribute="height" constant="128" id="tfi-zF-zdn"/>
                                </constraints>
                            </imageView>
                        </subviews>
                        <color key="backgroundColor" red="0.95941069162436543" green="0.95941069162436543" blue="0.95941069162436543" alpha="1" colorSpace="custom" customColorSpace="sRGB"/>
                        <constraints>
                            <constraint firstItem="CEZ-Ju-Tpq" firstAttribute="top" secondItem="SQq-IE-pvj" secondAttribute="bottom" constant="25" id="6x1-iB-gKF"/>
                            <constraint firstItem="Acg-GO-mMN" firstAttribute="leading" secondItem="CEZ-Ju-Tpq" secondAttribute="leading" id="LUp-Be-FiC"/>
                            <constraint firstItem="SQq-IE-pvj" firstAttribute="top" secondItem="Acg-GO-mMN" secondAttribute="bottom" constant="58" id="Qu0-YT-k9O"/>
                            <constraint firstItem="Acg-GO-mMN" firstAttribute="centerX" secondItem="8bC-Xf-vdC" secondAttribute="centerX" id="Qze-zd-ajY"/>
                            <constraint firstItem="Acg-GO-mMN" firstAttribute="trailing" secondItem="CEZ-Ju-Tpq" secondAttribute="trailing" id="b1d-sp-GHD"/>
                            <constraint firstItem="SQq-IE-pvj" firstAttribute="centerX" secondItem="CEZ-Ju-Tpq" secondAttribute="centerX" id="qCL-AF-Cro"/>
                            <constraint firstItem="Acg-GO-mMN" firstAttribute="top" secondItem="y3c-jy-aDJ" secondAttribute="bottom" constant="8" symbolic="YES" id="u5Y-eh-oSG"/>
                            <constraint firstItem="CEZ-Ju-Tpq" firstAttribute="centerY" secondItem="8bC-Xf-vdC" secondAttribute="centerY" id="vkx-JQ-pOF"/>
                        </constraints>
                    </view>
                    <connections>
                        <outlet property="screenShotRenderer" destination="CEZ-Ju-Tpq" id="8QB-OE-ib6"/>
                        <outlet property="viewForScreenShot" destination="Acg-GO-mMN" id="jgL-yn-8kk"/>
                    </connections>
                </viewController>
                <placeholder placeholderIdentifier="IBFirstResponder" id="dkx-z0-nzr" sceneMemberID="firstResponder"/>
            </objects>
            <point key="canvasLocation" x="32.799999999999997" y="37.331334332833585"/>
        </scene>
    </scenes>
</document>

Result

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is there a post render callback for Angular JS directive?

Following the fact that the load order cannot be anticipated, a simple solution can be used.

Let's look at the directive-'user of directive' relationship. Usually the user of the directive will supply some data to the directive or use some functionality ( functions ) the directive supplies. The directive on the other hand expects some variables to be defined on its scope.

If we can make sure that all players have all their action requirements fulfilled before they attempt to execute those actions - everything should be well.

And now the directive:

app.directive('aDirective', function () {
    return {
        scope: {
            input: '=',
            control: '='
        },
        link: function (scope, element) {
            function functionThatNeedsInput(){
                //use scope.input here
            }
            if ( scope.input){ //We already have input 
                functionThatNeedsInput();
            } else {
                scope.control.init = functionThatNeedsInput;
            }
          }

        };
})

and now the user of the directive html

<a-directive control="control" input="input"></a-directive>

and somewhere in the controller of the component that uses the directive:

$scope.control = {};
...
$scope.input = 'some data could be async';
if ( $scope.control.functionThatNeedsInput){
    $scope.control.functionThatNeedsInput();
}

That's about it. There is a lot of overhead but you can lose the $timeout. We also assume that the component that uses the directive is instantiated before the directive because we depend on the control variable to exist when the directive is instantiated.

What USB driver should we use for the Nexus 5?

My Nexus 5 is identyfied by the id = USB\VID_18D1&PID_D001.

Use the Google USB drivers, and modify file android_winusb.inf. Find the lines:

;Google Nexus (generic)
%SingleBootLoaderInterface% = USB_Install, USB\VID_18D1&PID_4EE0

And add below:

%CompositeAdbInterface%     = USB_Install, USB\VID_18D1&PID_D001

Repeat it, because there are two sections to modify, [Google.NTx86] and [Google.NTamd64].

If you continue with problems, try this:

Connect your Nexus 5, go to Device Manager, find the Nexus 5 on "other" and right click. Select properties, details, and in selection list, and select hardware id. Write down the short ID, and modify the line with:

%CompositeAdbInterface% = USB_Install, YOUR_SHORT_ID

Google Maps v2 - set both my location and zoom in

The simpliest way to do it is to use CancelableCallback. You should check the first action is complete and then call the second:

mMap.animateCamera(CameraUpdateFactory.newLatLngBounds(bounds, size.x, height, 0), new CancelableCallback() {

                @Override
                public void onFinish() {
                    CameraUpdate cu_scroll = CameraUpdateFactory.scrollBy(0, 500);
                    mMap.animateCamera(cu_scroll);
                }

                @Override
                public void onCancel() {
                }
            });

How to represent the double quotes character (") in regex?

Firstly, double quote character is nothing special in regex - it's just another character, so it doesn't need escaping from the perspective of regex.

However, because java uses double quotes to delimit String constants, if you want to create a string in java with a double quote in it, you must escape them.

This code will test if your String matches:

if (str.matches("\".*\"")) {
    // this string starts and end with a double quote
}

Note that you don't need to add start and end of input markers (^ and $) in the regex, because matches() requires that the whole input be matched to return true - ^ and $ are implied.

Convert byte[] to char[]

You must know the source encoding.

string someText = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.";
byte[] bytes = Encoding.Unicode.GetBytes(someText);
char[] chars = Encoding.Unicode.GetChars(bytes);

How to list all users in a Linux group?

Here is a script which returns a list of users from /etc/passwd and /etc/group it doesn't check NIS or LDAP, but it does show users who have the group as their default group Tested on Debian 4.7 and solaris 9

#!/bin/bash

MYGROUP="user"

# get the group ID
MYGID=`grep $MYGROUP /etc/group | cut -d ":" -f3`
if [[ $MYGID != "" ]]
then
  # get a newline-separated list of users from /etc/group 
  MYUSERS=`grep $MYGROUP /etc/group | cut -d ":" -f4| tr "," "\n"`
  # add a newline
  MYUSERS=$MYUSERS$'\n'
  # add the users whose default group is MYGROUP from /etc/passwod 
  MYUSERS=$MYUSERS`cat /etc/passwd |grep $MYGID | cut -d ":" -f1`

  #print the result as a newline-separated list with no duplicates (ready to pass into a bash FOR loop)
  printf '%s\n' $MYUSERS  | sort | uniq
fi

or as a one-liner you can cut and paste straight from here (change the group name in the first variable)

MYGROUP="user";MYGID=`grep $MYGROUP /etc/group | cut -d ":" -f3`;printf '%s\n' `grep $MYGROUP /etc/group | cut -d ":" -f4| tr "," "\n"`$'\n'`cat /etc/passwd |grep $MYGID | cut -d ":" -f1`  | sort | uniq

How do I sort a Set to a List in Java?

You can convert a set into an ArrayList, where you can sort the ArrayList using Collections.sort(List).

Here is the code:

keySet = (Set) map.keySet();
ArrayList list = new ArrayList(keySet);     
Collections.sort(list);

Windows task scheduler error 101 launch failure code 2147943785

The user that is configured to run this scheduled task must have "Log on as a batch job" rights on the computer that hosts the exe you are launching. This can be configured on the local security policy of the computer that hosts the exe. You can change the policy (on the server hosting the exe) under

Administrative Tools -> Local Security Policy -> Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment -> Log On As Batch Job

Add your user to this list (you could also make the user account a local admin on the machine hosting the exe).

Finally, you could also simply copy your exe from the network location to your local computer and run it from there instead.

Note also that a domain policy could be restricting "Log on as a batch job" rights at your organization.

Creating a 3D sphere in Opengl using Visual C++

I like the answer of coin. It's simple to understand and works with triangles. However the indexes of his program are sometimes over the bounds. So I post here his code with two tiny corrections:

inline void push_indices(vector<GLushort>& indices, int sectors, int r, int s) {
    int curRow = r * sectors;
    int nextRow = (r+1) * sectors;
    int nextS = (s+1) % sectors;

    indices.push_back(curRow + s);
    indices.push_back(nextRow + s);
    indices.push_back(nextRow + nextS);

    indices.push_back(curRow + s);
    indices.push_back(nextRow + nextS);
    indices.push_back(curRow + nextS);
}

void createSphere(vector<vec3>& vertices, vector<GLushort>& indices, vector<vec2>& texcoords,
                  float radius, unsigned int rings, unsigned int sectors)
{
    float const R = 1./(float)(rings-1);
    float const S = 1./(float)(sectors-1);

    for(int r = 0; r < rings; ++r) {
        for(int s = 0; s < sectors; ++s) {
            float const y = sin( -M_PI_2 + M_PI * r * R );
            float const x = cos(2*M_PI * s * S) * sin( M_PI * r * R );
            float const z = sin(2*M_PI * s * S) * sin( M_PI * r * R );

            texcoords.push_back(vec2(s*S, r*R));
            vertices.push_back(vec3(x,y,z) * radius);
            if(r < rings-1)
                push_indices(indices, sectors, r, s);
        }
    }
}

How to check if a class inherits another class without instantiating it?

Try this

typeof(IFoo).IsAssignableFrom(typeof(BarClass));

This will tell you whether BarClass(Derived) implements IFoo(SomeType) or not

Java logical operator short-circuiting

Logical OR :- returns true if at least one of the operands evaluate to true. Both operands are evaluated before apply the OR operator.

Short Circuit OR :- if left hand side operand returns true, it returns true without evaluating the right hand side operand.

document.getelementbyId will return null if element is not defined?

getElementById is defined by DOM Level 1 HTML to return null in the case no element is matched.

!==null is the most explicit form of the check, and probably the best, but there is no non-null falsy value that getElementById can return - you can only get null or an always-truthy Element object. So there's no practical difference here between !==null, !=null or the looser if (document.getElementById('xx')).

Use NSInteger as array index

According to the error message, you declared myLoc as a pointer to an NSInteger (NSInteger *myLoc) rather than an actual NSInteger (NSInteger myLoc). It needs to be the latter.

What is the difference between required and ng-required?

AngularJS form elements look for the required attribute to perform validation functions. ng-required allows you to set the required attribute depending on a boolean test (for instance, only require field B - say, a student number - if the field A has a certain value - if you selected "student" as a choice)

As an example, <input required> and <input ng-required="true"> are essentially the same thing

If you are wondering why this is this way, (and not just make <input required="true"> or <input required="false">), it is due to the limitations of HTML - the required attribute has no associated value - its mere presence means (as per HTML standards) that the element is required - so angular needs a way to set/unset required value (required="false" would be invalid HTML)

How to use If Statement in Where Clause in SQL?

select * from xyz where (1=(CASE WHEN @AnnualFeeType = 'All' THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) OR AnnualFeeType = @AnnualFeeType)

How the int.TryParse actually works

If you only need the bool result, just use the return value and ignore the out parameter.

bool successfullyParsed = int.TryParse(str, out ignoreMe);
if (successfullyParsed){
    // ...
}

Edit: Meanwhile you can also have a look at the original source code:

System.Int32.TryParse


If i want to know how something is actually implemented, i'm using ILSpy to decompile the .NET-code.

This is the result:

// int
/// <summary>Converts the string representation of a number to its 32-bit signed integer equivalent. A return value indicates whether the operation succeeded.</summary>
/// <returns>true if s was converted successfully; otherwise, false.</returns>
/// <param name="s">A string containing a number to convert. </param>
/// <param name="result">When this method returns, contains the 32-bit signed integer value equivalent to the number contained in s, if the conversion succeeded, or zero if the conversion failed. The conversion fails if the s parameter is null, is not of the correct format, or represents a number less than <see cref="F:System.Int32.MinValue"></see> or greater than <see cref="F:System.Int32.MaxValue"></see>. This parameter is passed uninitialized. </param>
/// <filterpriority>1</filterpriority>
public static bool TryParse(string s, out int result)
{
    return Number.TryParseInt32(s, NumberStyles.Integer, NumberFormatInfo.CurrentInfo, out result);
}


// System.Number
internal unsafe static bool TryParseInt32(string s, NumberStyles style, NumberFormatInfo info, out int result)
{
    byte* stackBuffer = stackalloc byte[1 * 114 / 1];
    Number.NumberBuffer numberBuffer = new Number.NumberBuffer(stackBuffer);
    result = 0;
    if (!Number.TryStringToNumber(s, style, ref numberBuffer, info, false))
    {
        return false;
    }
    if ((style & NumberStyles.AllowHexSpecifier) != NumberStyles.None)
    {
        if (!Number.HexNumberToInt32(ref numberBuffer, ref result))
        {
            return false;
        }
    }
    else
    {
        if (!Number.NumberToInt32(ref numberBuffer, ref result))
        {
            return false;
        }
    }
    return true;
}

And no, i cannot see any Try-Catchs on the road:

// System.Number
private unsafe static bool TryStringToNumber(string str, NumberStyles options, ref Number.NumberBuffer number, NumberFormatInfo numfmt, bool parseDecimal)
{
    if (str == null)
    {
        return false;
    }
    fixed (char* ptr = str)
    {
        char* ptr2 = ptr;
        if (!Number.ParseNumber(ref ptr2, options, ref number, numfmt, parseDecimal) || ((ptr2 - ptr / 2) / 2 < str.Length && !Number.TrailingZeros(str, (ptr2 - ptr / 2) / 2)))
        {
            return false;
        }
    }
    return true;
}

// System.Number
private unsafe static bool ParseNumber(ref char* str, NumberStyles options, ref Number.NumberBuffer number, NumberFormatInfo numfmt, bool parseDecimal)
{
    number.scale = 0;
    number.sign = false;
    string text = null;
    string text2 = null;
    string str2 = null;
    string str3 = null;
    bool flag = false;
    string str4;
    string str5;
    if ((options & NumberStyles.AllowCurrencySymbol) != NumberStyles.None)
    {
        text = numfmt.CurrencySymbol;
        if (numfmt.ansiCurrencySymbol != null)
        {
            text2 = numfmt.ansiCurrencySymbol;
        }
        str2 = numfmt.NumberDecimalSeparator;
        str3 = numfmt.NumberGroupSeparator;
        str4 = numfmt.CurrencyDecimalSeparator;
        str5 = numfmt.CurrencyGroupSeparator;
        flag = true;
    }
    else
    {
        str4 = numfmt.NumberDecimalSeparator;
        str5 = numfmt.NumberGroupSeparator;
    }
    int num = 0;
    char* ptr = str;
    char c = *ptr;
    while (true)
    {
        if (!Number.IsWhite(c) || (options & NumberStyles.AllowLeadingWhite) == NumberStyles.None || ((num & 1) != 0 && ((num & 1) == 0 || ((num & 32) == 0 && numfmt.numberNegativePattern != 2))))
        {
            bool flag2;
            char* ptr2;
            if ((flag2 = ((options & NumberStyles.AllowLeadingSign) != NumberStyles.None && (num & 1) == 0)) && (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, numfmt.positiveSign)) != null)
            {
                num |= 1;
                ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
            }
            else
            {
                if (flag2 && (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, numfmt.negativeSign)) != null)
                {
                    num |= 1;
                    number.sign = true;
                    ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
                }
                else
                {
                    if (c == '(' && (options & NumberStyles.AllowParentheses) != NumberStyles.None && (num & 1) == 0)
                    {
                        num |= 3;
                        number.sign = true;
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        if ((text == null || (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, text)) == null) && (text2 == null || (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, text2)) == null))
                        {
                            break;
                        }
                        num |= 32;
                        text = null;
                        text2 = null;
                        ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
                    }
                }
            }
        }
        c = *(ptr += (IntPtr)2 / 2);
    }
    int num2 = 0;
    int num3 = 0;
    while (true)
    {
        if ((c >= '0' && c <= '9') || ((options & NumberStyles.AllowHexSpecifier) != NumberStyles.None && ((c >= 'a' && c <= 'f') || (c >= 'A' && c <= 'F'))))
        {
            num |= 4;
            if (c != '0' || (num & 8) != 0)
            {
                if (num2 < 50)
                {
                    number.digits[(IntPtr)(num2++)] = c;
                    if (c != '0' || parseDecimal)
                    {
                        num3 = num2;
                    }
                }
                if ((num & 16) == 0)
                {
                    number.scale++;
                }
                num |= 8;
            }
            else
            {
                if ((num & 16) != 0)
                {
                    number.scale--;
                }
            }
        }
        else
        {
            char* ptr2;
            if ((options & NumberStyles.AllowDecimalPoint) != NumberStyles.None && (num & 16) == 0 && ((ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, str4)) != null || (flag && (num & 32) == 0 && (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, str2)) != null)))
            {
                num |= 16;
                ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
            }
            else
            {
                if ((options & NumberStyles.AllowThousands) == NumberStyles.None || (num & 4) == 0 || (num & 16) != 0 || ((ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, str5)) == null && (!flag || (num & 32) != 0 || (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, str3)) == null)))
                {
                    break;
                }
                ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
            }
        }
        c = *(ptr += (IntPtr)2 / 2);
    }
    bool flag3 = false;
    number.precision = num3;
    number.digits[(IntPtr)num3] = '\0';
    if ((num & 4) != 0)
    {
        if ((c == 'E' || c == 'e') && (options & NumberStyles.AllowExponent) != NumberStyles.None)
        {
            char* ptr3 = ptr;
            c = *(ptr += (IntPtr)2 / 2);
            char* ptr2;
            if ((ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, numfmt.positiveSign)) != null)
            {
                c = *(ptr = ptr2);
            }
            else
            {
                if ((ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, numfmt.negativeSign)) != null)
                {
                    c = *(ptr = ptr2);
                    flag3 = true;
                }
            }
            if (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
            {
                int num4 = 0;
                do
                {
                    num4 = num4 * 10 + (int)(c - '0');
                    c = *(ptr += (IntPtr)2 / 2);
                    if (num4 > 1000)
                    {
                        num4 = 9999;
                        while (c >= '0' && c <= '9')
                        {
                            c = *(ptr += (IntPtr)2 / 2);
                        }
                    }
                }
                while (c >= '0' && c <= '9');
                if (flag3)
                {
                    num4 = -num4;
                }
                number.scale += num4;
            }
            else
            {
                ptr = ptr3;
                c = *ptr;
            }
        }
        while (true)
        {
            if (!Number.IsWhite(c) || (options & NumberStyles.AllowTrailingWhite) == NumberStyles.None)
            {
                bool flag2;
                char* ptr2;
                if ((flag2 = ((options & NumberStyles.AllowTrailingSign) != NumberStyles.None && (num & 1) == 0)) && (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, numfmt.positiveSign)) != null)
                {
                    num |= 1;
                    ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
                }
                else
                {
                    if (flag2 && (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, numfmt.negativeSign)) != null)
                    {
                        num |= 1;
                        number.sign = true;
                        ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        if (c == ')' && (num & 2) != 0)
                        {
                            num &= -3;
                        }
                        else
                        {
                            if ((text == null || (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, text)) == null) && (text2 == null || (ptr2 = Number.MatchChars(ptr, text2)) == null))
                            {
                                break;
                            }
                            text = null;
                            text2 = null;
                            ptr = ptr2 - (IntPtr)2 / 2;
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
            c = *(ptr += (IntPtr)2 / 2);
        }
        if ((num & 2) == 0)
        {
            if ((num & 8) == 0)
            {
                if (!parseDecimal)
                {
                    number.scale = 0;
                }
                if ((num & 16) == 0)
                {
                    number.sign = false;
                }
            }
            str = ptr;
            return true;
        }
    }
    str = ptr;
    return false;
}

How to convert a single char into an int

If you are worried about encoding, you can always use a switch statement.

Just be careful with the format you keep those large numbers in. The maximum size for an integer in some systems is as low as 65,535 (32,767 signed). Other systems, you've got 2,147,483,647 (or 4,294,967,295 unsigned)

How do I replicate a \t tab space in HTML?

HTML doesn't have escape characters (as it doesn't use escape-semantics for reserved characters, instead you use SGML entities: &amp;, &lt;, &gt; and &quot;).

SGML does not have a named-entity for the tab character as it exists in most character sets (i.e. 0x09 in ASCII and UTF-8), rendering it completely unnecessary (i.e. simply press the Tab key on your keyboard). If you're working with code that generates HTML (e.g. a server-side application, e.g. ASP.NET, PHP or Perl, then you might need to escape it then, but only because the server-side language demands it - it has nothing to do with HTML, like so:

echo "<pre>\t\tTABS!\t\t</pre>";

But, you can use SGML entities to represent any ISO-8859-1 character by hexadecimal value, e.g. &#09; for a tab character.

libz.so.1: cannot open shared object file

For Fedora (can be useful for someone)

sudo dnf install zlib-1.2.8-10.fc24.i686 libgcc-6.1.1-2.fc24.i686

Xcode error - Thread 1: signal SIGABRT

SIGABRT means in general that there is an uncaught exception. There should be more information on the console.

how we add or remove readonly attribute from textbox on clicking radion button in cakephp using jquery?

In your Case you can write the following jquery code:

$(document).ready(function(){

   $('.staff_on_site').click(function(){

     var rBtnVal = $(this).val();

     if(rBtnVal == "yes"){
         $("#no_of_staff").attr("readonly", false); 
     }
     else{ 
         $("#no_of_staff").attr("readonly", true); 
     }
   });
});

Here is the Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/P4QWx/3/

List of tuples to dictionary

With dict comprehension:

h = {k:v for k,v in l}

How to retrieve the first word of the output of a command in bash?

You could try awk

echo "word1 word2" | awk '{ print $1 }'

With awk it is really easy to pick any word you like ($1, $2, ...)

Not unique table/alias

 select persons.personsid,name,info.id,address
    -> from persons
    -> inner join persons on info.infoid = info.info.id;

How to select only the first rows for each unique value of a column?

to get every unique value from your customer table, use

SELECT DISTINCT CName FROM customertable;

more in-depth of w3schools: https://www.w3schools.com/sql/sql_distinct.asp

how to show alternate image if source image is not found? (onerror working in IE but not in mozilla)

I have got the solution for my query:

i have done something like this:

cell.innerHTML="<img height=40 width=40 alt='' src='<%=request.getContextPath()%>/writeImage.htm?' onerror='onImgError(this);' onLoad='setDefaultImage(this);'>"

function setDefaultImage(source){
        var badImg = new Image();
        badImg.src = "video.png";
        var cpyImg = new Image();
        cpyImg.src = source.src;

        if(!cpyImg.width)
        {
            source.src = badImg.src;
        }

    }


    function onImgError(source){
        source.src = "video.png";
        source.onerror = ""; 
        return true; 
    } 

This way it's working in all browsers.

How to set RelativeLayout layout params in code not in xml?

Something like this..

 RelativeLayout linearLayout = (RelativeLayout) findViewById(R.id.widget43);
                // ListView listView = (ListView) findViewById(R.id.ListView01);

                LayoutInflater inflater = (LayoutInflater) this
                        .getSystemService(Context.LAYOUT_INFLATER_SERVICE);
                // View footer = inflater.inflate(R.layout.footer, null);
                View footer = LayoutInflater.from(this).inflate(R.layout.footer,
                        null);
                final RelativeLayout.LayoutParams layoutParams = new RelativeLayout.LayoutParams(
                        RelativeLayout.LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT,
                        RelativeLayout.LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT);
                layoutParams.addRule(RelativeLayout.ALIGN_PARENT_BOTTOM, 1);
footer.setLayoutParams(layoutParams);

How SID is different from Service name in Oracle tnsnames.ora

Quote by @DAC

In short: SID = the unique name of your DB, ServiceName = the alias used when connecting

Not strictly true. SID = unique name of the INSTANCE (eg the oracle process running on the machine). Oracle considers the "Database" to be the files.

Service Name = alias to an INSTANCE (or many instances). The main purpose of this is if you are running a cluster, the client can say "connect me to SALES.acme.com", the DBA can on the fly change the number of instances which are available to SALES.acme.com requests, or even move SALES.acme.com to a completely different database without the client needing to change any settings.

Remove gutter space for a specific div only

Example 4 columns of span3. For other span widths use new width = old width + gutter size. Use media queries to make it responsive.

css:

    <style type="text/css">
    @media (min-width: 1200px) 
    {   
        .nogutter .span3
        {
            margin-left: 0px; width:300px;
        }   
    }
    @media (min-width: 980px) and (max-width: 1199px) 
    { 
        .nogutter .span3
        {
            margin-left: 0px; width:240px;
        }   
    }
    @media (min-width: 768px) and (max-width: 979px) 
    { 
        .nogutter .span3
        {   
            margin-left: 0px; width:186px;
        }   
    }
    </style>

html:

<div class="container">
<div class="row">
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
</div>
<br>
<div class="row nogutter">
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
  <div class="span3" style="background-color:red;">...</div>
</div> 
</div>

update: or split a span12 div in 100/numberofcolumns % width parts floating left:

<div class="row">
  <div class="span12">
    <div style="background-color:green;width:25%;float:left;">...</div>
  <div style="background-color:yellow;width:25%;float:left;">...</div>
  <div style="background-color:red;width:25%;float:left;">...</div>
  <div style="background-color:blue;width:25%;float:left;">...</div>
  </div>
</div>  

For both solutions see: http://bootply.com/61557

Mocking static methods with Mockito

There is an easy solution by using java FunctionalInterface and then add that interface as dependency for the class you are trying to unit test.

Addition for BigDecimal

BigInteger is immutable, you need to do this,

  BigInteger sum = test.add(new BigInteger(30));  
  System.out.println(sum);

Maven command to determine which settings.xml file Maven is using

The M2_HOME environment variable for the global one. See Settings Reference:

The settings element in the settings.xml file contains elements used to define values which configure Maven execution in various ways, like the pom.xml, but should not be bundled to any specific project, or distributed to an audience. These include values such as the local repository location, alternate remote repository servers, and authentication information. There are two locations where a settings.xml file may live:

  • The Maven install: $M2_HOME/conf/settings.xml
  • A user's install: ${user.home}/.m2/settings.xml

How to use SSH to run a local shell script on a remote machine?

It is unclear if the local script uses locally set variables, functions, or aliases.

If it does this should work:

myscript.sh:

#!/bin/bash

myalias $myvar
myfunction $myvar

It uses $myvar, myfunction, and myalias. Let us assume they is set locally and not on the remote machine.

Make a bash function that contains the script:

eval "myfun() { `cat myscript.sh`; }"

Set variable, function, and alias:

myvar=works
alias myalias='echo This alias'
myfunction() { echo This function "$@"; }

And "export" myfun, myfunction, myvar, and myalias to server using env_parallel from GNU Parallel:

env_parallel -S server -N0  --nonall myfun ::: dummy

DateTime "null" value

For normal DateTimes, if you don't initialize them at all then they will match DateTime.MinValue, because it is a value type rather than a reference type.

You can also use a nullable DateTime, like this:

DateTime? MyNullableDate;

Or the longer form:

Nullable<DateTime> MyNullableDate;

And, finally, there's a built in way to reference the default of any type. This returns null for reference types, but for our DateTime example it will return the same as DateTime.MinValue:

default(DateTime)

or, in more recent versions of C#,

default

How to know whether refresh button or browser back button is clicked in Firefox

For Back Button in jquery // http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.js

 jQuery(window).bind("unload", function() { //

and in html5 there is an event The event is called 'popstate'

window.onpopstate = function(event) {
alert("location: " + document.location + ", state: " + JSON.stringify(event.state));
};

and for refresh please check Check if page gets reloaded or refreshed in Javascript

In Mozilla Client-x and client-y is inside document area https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/event.clientX

How to print Two-Dimensional Array like table

I'll post a solution with a bit more elaboration, in addition to code, as the initial mistake and the subsequent ones that have been demonstrated in comments are common errors in this sort of string concatenation problem.

From the initial question, as has been adequately explained by @djechlin, we see that there is the need to print a new line after each line of your table has been completed. So, we need this statement:

System.out.println();

However, printing that immediately after the first print statement gives erroneous results. What gives?

1 
2 
...
n 

This is a problem of scope. Notice that there are two loops for a reason -- one loop handles rows, while the other handles columns. Your inner loop, the "j" loop, iterates through each array element "j" for a given "i." Therefore, at the end of the j loop, you should have a single row. You can think of each iterate of this "j" loop as building the "columns" of your table. Since the inner loop builds our columns, we don't want to print our line there -- it would make a new line for each element!

Once you are out of the j loop, you need to terminate that row before moving on to the next "i" iterate. This is the correct place to handle a new line, because it is the "scope" of your table's rows, instead of your table's columns.

for(i=0;i<7;i++){
    for(j=0;j<5;j++) {
        System.out.print(twoDm[i][j]+" ");  
    }
    System.out.println();
}

And you can see that this new line will hold true, even if you change the dimensions of your table by changing the end values of your "i" and "j" loops.

Isn't the size of character in Java 2 bytes?

Java allocates 2 of 2 bytes for character as it follows UTF-16. It occupies minimum 2 bytes while storing a character, and maximum of 4 bytes. There is no 1 byte or 3 bytes of storage for character.

Cannot authenticate into mongo, "auth fails"

You can also try this :-

mongo localhost:27017/admin -u admin -p SECRETPASSWORD

Found it in this post

Here obviously the localhost can be some other host and the /admin can be some other database on which authentication has been applied

Getting the class name of an instance?

Alternatively you can use the classmethod decorator:

class A:
    @classmethod
    def get_classname(cls):
        return cls.__name__

    def use_classname(self):
        return self.get_classname()

Usage:

>>> A.get_classname()
'A'
>>> a = A()
>>> a.get_classname()
'A'
>>> a.use_classname()
'A'

Iterate through object properties

The above answers are a bit annoying because they don't explain what you do inside the for loop after you ensure it's an object: YOU DON'T ACCESS IT DIRECTLY! You are actually only delivered the KEY that you need to apply to the OBJ:

var obj = {
  a: "foo",
  b: "bar",
  c: "foobar"
};

// We need to iterate the string keys (not the objects)
for(var someKey in obj)
{
  // We check if this key exists in the obj
  if (obj.hasOwnProperty(someKey))
  {
    // someKey is only the KEY (string)! Use it to get the obj:
    var myActualPropFromObj = obj[someKey]; // Since dynamic, use [] since the key isn't literally named "someKey"

    // NOW you can treat it like an obj
    var shouldBeBar = myActualPropFromObj.b;
  }
}

This is all ECMA5 safe. Even works in the lame JS versions like Rhino ;)

CSS fill remaining width

Include your image in the searchBar div, it will do the task for you

<div id="searchBar">
    <img src="img/logo.png" />                
    <input type="text" />
</div>

How to set max width of an image in CSS

You can write like this:

img{
    width:100%;
    max-width:600px;
}

Check this http://jsfiddle.net/ErNeT/

How to limit the number of dropzone.js files uploaded?

The problem with the solutions provided is that you can only upload 1 file ever. In my case I needed to upload only 1 file at a time (on click or on drop).

This was my solution..

    Dropzone.options.myDropzone = {
        maxFiles: 2,
        init: function() {
            this.handleFiles = function(files) {
                var file, _i, _len, _results;
                _results = [];
                for (_i = 0, _len = files.length; _i < _len; _i++) {
                    file = files[_i];
                    _results.push(this.addFile(file));
                    // Make sure we don't handle more files than requested
                    if (this.options.maxFiles != null && this.options.maxFiles > 0 && _i >= (this.options.maxFiles - 1)) {
                        break;
                    }
                }
                return _results;
            };
            this._addFilesFromItems = function(items) {
                var entry, item, _i, _len, _results;
                _results = [];
                for (_i = 0, _len = items.length; _i < _len; _i++) {
                    item = items[_i];
                    if ((item.webkitGetAsEntry != null) && (entry = item.webkitGetAsEntry())) {
                        if (entry.isFile) {
                            _results.push(this.addFile(item.getAsFile()));
                        } else if (entry.isDirectory) {
                            _results.push(this._addFilesFromDirectory(entry, entry.name));
                        } else {
                            _results.push(void 0);
                        }
                    } else if (item.getAsFile != null) {
                        if ((item.kind == null) || item.kind === "file") {
                            _results.push(this.addFile(item.getAsFile()));
                        } else {
                            _results.push(void 0);
                        }
                    } else {
                        _results.push(void 0);
                    }
                    // Make sure we don't handle more files than requested
                    if (this.options.maxFiles != null && this.options.maxFiles > 0 && _i >= (this.options.maxFiles - 1)) {
                        break;
                    }
                }
                return _results;
            };
        }
    };

Hope this helps ;)

Check if a user has scrolled to the bottom

You can try the following code,

$("#dashboard-scroll").scroll(function(){
    var ele = document.getElementById('dashboard-scroll');
    if(ele.scrollHeight - ele.scrollTop === ele.clientHeight){
       console.log('at the bottom of the scroll');
    }
});

Why not inherit from List<T>?

Problems with serializing

One aspect is missing. Classes that inherit from List can't be serialized correctly using XmlSerializer. In that case DataContractSerializer must be used instead, or an own serializing implementation is needed.
public class DemoList : List<Demo>
{
    // using XmlSerializer this properties won't be seralized
    // There is no error, the data is simply not there.
    string AnyPropertyInDerivedFromList { get; set; }     
}

public class Demo
{
    // this properties will be seralized
    string AnyPropetyInDemo { get; set; }  
}

Further reading: When a class is inherited from List<>, XmlSerializer doesn't serialize other attributes

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

if( $("#field > div.field-item").text().indexOf('someText') >= 0)

Some browsers will include whitespace, others won't. >= is appropriate here. Otherwise equality is double equals ==

How do you round a double in Dart to a given degree of precision AFTER the decimal point?

This works pretty well

var price=99.012334554
price = price.roundTodouble();
print(price); // 99.01

good postgresql client for windows?

For anyone looking for a web-enabled client for Postgres, I'll just put the link out here to TeamPostgreSQL, a very polished AJAX web client for pg:

http://www.teampostgresql.com

How do I determine k when using k-means clustering?

You can maximize the Bayesian Information Criterion (BIC):

BIC(C | X) = L(X | C) - (p / 2) * log n

where L(X | C) is the log-likelihood of the dataset X according to model C, p is the number of parameters in the model C, and n is the number of points in the dataset. See "X-means: extending K-means with efficient estimation of the number of clusters" by Dan Pelleg and Andrew Moore in ICML 2000.

Another approach is to start with a large value for k and keep removing centroids (reducing k) until it no longer reduces the description length. See "MDL principle for robust vector quantisation" by Horst Bischof, Ales Leonardis, and Alexander Selb in Pattern Analysis and Applications vol. 2, p. 59-72, 1999.

Finally, you can start with one cluster, then keep splitting clusters until the points assigned to each cluster have a Gaussian distribution. In "Learning the k in k-means" (NIPS 2003), Greg Hamerly and Charles Elkan show some evidence that this works better than BIC, and that BIC does not penalize the model's complexity strongly enough.

Sass Variable in CSS calc() function

To use $variables inside your calc() of the height property:

HTML:

<div></div>

SCSS:

$a: 4em;

div {
  height: calc(#{$a} + 7px);
  background: #e53b2c;
}

How to update a single pod without touching other dependencies

pod update POD_NAME will update latest pod but not update Podfile.lock file.

So, you may update your Podfile with specific version of your pod e.g pod 'POD_NAME', '~> 2.9.0' and then use command pod install

Later, you can remove the specific version naming from your Podfile and can again use pod install. This will helps to keep Podfile.lock updated.

Google Text-To-Speech API

Because it came up in chat here , and the first page for googeling was this one, i decided to let all in on my findings googling some more XD

you really dont need to go any length anymore to make it work simply stand on the shoulders of giants:

there is a standard

https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/speech-api/raw-file/tip/webspeechapi.html

and an example

http://html5-examples.craic.com/google_chrome_text_to_speech.html

at least for your web projects this should work (e.g. asp.net)

Android Studio - UNEXPECTED TOP-LEVEL EXCEPTION:

Hi all I had the same issue that was being caused by a duplicate support version 4 file that I had included while trying to get parse integrated. Deleted the extra inclusion from the libs directory and it works fine now!

Change header text of columns in a GridView

I Think this Works:

 testGV.HeaderRow.Cells[0].Text="Date"

How to save data in an android app

In onCreate:

SharedPreferences sharedPref = getSharedPreferences("mySettings", MODE_PRIVATE);

    String mySetting = sharedPref.getString("mySetting", null);

In onDestroy or equivalent:

SharedPreferences sharedPref = getSharedPreferences("mySettings", MODE_PRIVATE);

    SharedPreferences.Editor editor = sharedPref.edit();
    editor.putString("mySetting", "Hello Android");
    editor.commit();

Select info from table where row has max date

SELECT group, date, checks
  FROM table 
  WHERE checks > 0
  GROUP BY group HAVING date = max(date) 

should work.

wait process until all subprocess finish?

subprocess.call

Automatically waits , you can also use:

p1.wait()

How to sort in mongoose?

app.get('/getting',function(req,res){
    Blog.find({}).limit(4).skip(2).sort({age:-1}).then((resu)=>{
        res.send(resu);
        console.log(resu)
        // console.log(result)
    })
})

Output

[ { _id: 5c2eec3b8d6e5c20ed2f040e, name: 'e', age: 5, __v: 0 },
  { _id: 5c2eec0c8d6e5c20ed2f040d, name: 'd', age: 4, __v: 0 },
  { _id: 5c2eec048d6e5c20ed2f040c, name: 'c', age: 3, __v: 0 },
  { _id: 5c2eebf48d6e5c20ed2f040b, name: 'b', age: 2, __v: 0 } ]

JAVA - using FOR, WHILE and DO WHILE loops to sum 1 through 100

Well, a for or while loop differs from a do while loop. A do while executes the statements atleast once, even if the condition turns out to be false.

The for loop you specified is absolutely correct.

Although i will do all the loops for you once again.

int sum = 0;
// for loop

for (int i = 1; i<= 100; i++){
    sum = sum + i;
}
System.out.println(sum);

// while loop

sum = 0;
int j = 1;

while(j<=100){
    sum = sum + j;
    j++;
}

System.out.println(sum);

// do while loop

sum = 0;
j = 1;

do{
    sum = sum + j;
    j++;
}
while(j<=100);

System.out.println(sum);

In the last case condition j <= 100 is because, even if the condition of do while turns false, it will still execute once but that doesn't matter in this case as the condition turns true, so it continues to loop just like any other loop statement.

^[A-Za-Z ][A-Za-z0-9 ]* regular expression?

^[A-Za-z](\W|\w)*

(\W|\w) will ensure that every subsequent letter is word(\w) or non word(\W)

instead of (\W|\w)* you can also use .* where . means absolutely anything just like (\w|\W)

How do I serialize a C# anonymous type to a JSON string?

You can try my ServiceStack JsonSerializer it's the fastest .NET JSON serializer at the moment. It supports serializing DataContract's, Any POCO Type, Interfaces, Late-bound objects including anonymous types, etc.

Basic Example

var customer = new Customer { Name="Joe Bloggs", Age=31 };
var json = customer.ToJson();
var fromJson = json.FromJson<Customer>(); 

Note: Only use Microsofts JavaScriptSerializer if performance is not important to you as I've had to leave it out of my benchmarks since its up to 40x-100x slower than the other JSON serializers.

How do I remove newlines from a text file?

Assuming you only want to keep the digits and the semicolons, the following should do the trick assuming there are no major encoding issues, though it will also remove the very last "newline":

$ tr -cd ";0-9"

You can easily modify the above to include other characters, e.g. if you want to retain decimal points, commas, etc.

Git - Won't add files?

In such cases, please check for rules in global .gitignore file and make sure that your folder does not fit into those.

Angular 4: no component factory found,did you add it to @NgModule.entryComponents?

Add that component to entryComponents in @NgModule of your app's module:

entryComponents:[ConfirmComponent],

as well as Declarations:

declarations: [
    AppComponent,
    ConfirmComponent
]

check output from CalledProcessError

According to the Python os module documentation os.popen has been deprecated since Python 2.6.

I think the solution for modern Python is to use check_output() from the subprocess module.

From the subprocess Python documentation:

subprocess.check_output(args, *, stdin=None, stderr=None, shell=False, universal_newlines=False) Run command with arguments and return its output as a byte string.

If the return code was non-zero it raises a CalledProcessError. The CalledProcessError object will have the return code in the returncode attribute and any output in the output attribute.

If you run through the following code in Python 2.7 (or later):

import subprocess

try:
    print subprocess.check_output(["ping", "-n", "2", "-w", "2", "1.1.1.1"])
except subprocess.CalledProcessError, e:
    print "Ping stdout output:\n", e.output

You should see an output that looks something like this:

Ping stdout output:

Pinging 1.1.1.1 with 32 bytes of data:
Request timed out.
Request timed out.

Ping statistics for 1.1.1.1:
Packets: Sent = 2, Received = 0, Lost = 2 (100% loss),

The e.output string can be parsed to suit the OPs needs.

If you want the returncode or other attributes, they are in CalledProccessError as can be seen by stepping through with pdb

(Pdb)!dir(e)   

['__class__', '__delattr__', '__dict__', '__doc__', '__format__',
 '__getattribute__', '__getitem__', '__getslice__', '__hash__', '__init__',
 '__module__', '__new__', '__reduce__', '__reduce_ex__', '__repr__',
 '__setattr__', '__setstate__', '__sizeof__', '__str__', '__subclasshook__', 
 '__unicode__', '__weakref__', 'args', 'cmd', 'message', 'output', 'returncode']

Using PHP to upload file and add the path to MySQL database

First you should use print_r($_FILES) to debug, and see what it contains. :

your uploads.php would look like:

//This is the directory where images will be saved
$target = "pics/";
$target = $target . basename( $_FILES['Filename']['name']);

//This gets all the other information from the form
$Filename=basename( $_FILES['Filename']['name']);
$Description=$_POST['Description'];


//Writes the Filename to the server
if(move_uploaded_file($_FILES['Filename']['tmp_name'], $target)) {
    //Tells you if its all ok
    echo "The file ". basename( $_FILES['Filename']['name']). " has been uploaded, and your information has been added to the directory";
    // Connects to your Database
    mysql_connect("localhost", "root", "") or die(mysql_error()) ;
    mysql_select_db("altabotanikk") or die(mysql_error()) ;

    //Writes the information to the database
    mysql_query("INSERT INTO picture (Filename,Description)
    VALUES ('$Filename', '$Description')") ;
} else {
    //Gives and error if its not
    echo "Sorry, there was a problem uploading your file.";
}



?>

EDIT: Since this is old post, currently it is strongly recommended to use either mysqli or pdo instead mysql_ functions in php

Rebase feature branch onto another feature branch

  1. Switch to Branch2

    git checkout Branch2
    
  2. Apply the current (Branch2) changes on top of the Branch1 changes, staying in Branch2:

    git rebase Branch1
    

Which would leave you with the desired result in Branch2:

a -- b -- c                      <-- Master
           \
            d -- e               <-- Branch1
           \
            d -- e -- f' -- g'   <-- Branch2

You can delete Branch1.

Change the mouse pointer using JavaScript

Javascript is pretty good at manipulating css.

 document.body.style.cursor = *cursor-url*;
 //OR
 var elementToChange = document.getElementsByTagName("body")[0];
 elementToChange.style.cursor = "url('cursor url with protocol'), auto";

or with jquery:

$("html").css("cursor: url('cursor url with protocol'), auto");

Firefox will not work unless you specify a default cursor after the imaged one!

other cursor keywords

Also remember that IE6 only supports .cur and .ani cursors.

If cursor doesn't change: In case you are moving the element under the cursor relative to the cursor position (e.g. element dragging) you have to force a redraw on the element:

// in plain js
document.getElementById('parentOfElementToBeRedrawn').style.display = 'none';
document.getElementById('parentOfElementToBeRedrawn').style.display = 'block';
// in jquery
$('#parentOfElementToBeRedrawn').hide().show(0);

working sample:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>
<title>First jQuery-Enabled Page</title>
<style type="text/css">

div {
    height: 100px;
    width: 1000px;
    background-color: red;
}

</style>
<script type="text/javascript" src="jquery-1.3.2.js"></script></head>
<body>
<div>
hello with a fancy cursor!
</div>
</body>
<script type="text/javascript">
document.getElementsByTagName("body")[0].style.cursor = "url('http://wiki-devel.sugarlabs.org/images/e/e2/Arrow.cur'), auto";


</script>
</html>

Access is denied when attaching a database

Add permission to the folder where your .mdf file is.

Check this name: NT Service\MSSQLSERVER

And change the Location to your server name.

Best way to find if an item is in a JavaScript array?

[ ].has(obj)

assuming .indexOf() is implemented

Object.defineProperty( Array.prototype,'has',
{
    value:function(o, flag){
    if (flag === undefined) {
        return this.indexOf(o) !== -1;
    } else {   // only for raw js object
        for(var v in this) {
            if( JSON.stringify(this[v]) === JSON.stringify(o)) return true;
        }
        return false;                       
    },
    // writable:false,
    // enumerable:false
})

!!! do not make Array.prototype.has=function(){... because you'll add an enumerable element in every array and js is broken.

//use like          
[22 ,'a', {prop:'x'}].has(12) // false
["a","b"].has("a") //  true

[1,{a:1}].has({a:1},1) // true
[1,{a:1}].has({a:1}) // false

the use of 2nd arg (flag) forces comparation by value instead of reference

comparing raw objects

[o1].has(o2,true) // true if every level value is same

How to split a string after specific character in SQL Server and update this value to specific column

SELECT emp.LoginID, emp.JobTitle, emp.BirthDate, emp.ModifiedDate  , 
      CASE  WHEN emp.JobTitle  NOT LIKE '%Document Control%'  THEN emp.JobTitle
            ELSE SUBSTRING(emp.JobTitle,CHARINDEX('Document Control',emp.JobTitle),LEN('Document Control'))
      END 
      ,emp.gender,emp.MaritalStatus
FROM   HumanResources.Employee [emp]
WHERE  JobTitle LIKE '[C-F]%'

HashMap - getting First Key value

Java 8 way of doing,

String firstKey = map.keySet().stream().findFirst().get();

Pandas How to filter a Series

In my case I had a panda Series where the values are tuples of characters:

Out[67]
0    (H, H, H, H)
1    (H, H, H, T)
2    (H, H, T, H)
3    (H, H, T, T)
4    (H, T, H, H)

Therefore I could use indexing to filter the series, but to create the index I needed apply. My condition is "find all tuples which have exactly one 'H'".

series_of_tuples[series_of_tuples.apply(lambda x: x.count('H')==1)]

I admit it is not "chainable", (i.e. notice I repeat series_of_tuples twice; you must store any temporary series into a variable so you can call apply(...) on it).

There may also be other methods (besides .apply(...)) which can operate elementwise to produce a Boolean index.

Many other answers (including accepted answer) using the chainable functions like:

  • .compress()
  • .where()
  • .loc[]
  • []

These accept callables (lambdas) which are applied to the Series, not to the individual values in those series!

Therefore my Series of tuples behaved strangely when I tried to use my above condition / callable / lambda, with any of the chainable functions, like .loc[]:

series_of_tuples.loc[lambda x: x.count('H')==1]

Produces the error:

KeyError: 'Level H must be same as name (None)'

I was very confused, but it seems to be using the Series.count series_of_tuples.count(...) function , which is not what I wanted.

I admit that an alternative data structure may be better:

  • A Category datatype?
  • A Dataframe (each element of the tuple becomes a column)
  • A Series of strings (just concatenate the tuples together):

This creates a series of strings (i.e. by concatenating the tuple; joining the characters in the tuple on a single string)

series_of_tuples.apply(''.join)

So I can then use the chainable Series.str.count

series_of_tuples.apply(''.join).str.count('H')==1

Reading InputStream as UTF-8

Solved my own problem. This line:

BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(url.openStream()));

needs to be:

BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(url.openStream(), "UTF-8"));

or since Java 7:

BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(url.openStream(), StandardCharsets.UTF_8));

Google.com and clients1.google.com/generate_204

Google is using this to detect whether the device is online or in captive portal.

Shill, the connection manager for Chromium OS, attempts to detect services that are within a captive portal whenever a service transitions to the ready state. This determination of being in a captive portal or being online is done by attempting to retrieve the webpage http://clients3.google.com/generate_204. This well known URL is known to return an empty page with an HTTP status 204. If for any reason the web page is not returned, or an HTTP response other than 204 is received, then shill marks the service as being in the portal state.

Here is the relevant explanation from the Google Chrome Privacy Whitepaper:

In the event that Chrome detects SSL connection timeouts, certificate errors, or other network issues that might be caused by a captive portal (a hotel's WiFi network, for instance), Chrome will make a cookieless request to http://www.gstatic.com/generate_204 and check the response code. If that request is redirected, Chrome will open the redirect target in a new tab on the assumption that it's a login page. Requests to the captive portal detection page are not logged.

More info: http://www.chromium.org/chromium-os/chromiumos-design-docs/network-portal-detection

How to find the remainder of a division in C?

Use the modulus operator %, it returns the remainder.

int a = 5;
int b = 3;

if (a % b != 0) {
   printf("The remainder is: %i", a%b);
}

Effective swapping of elements of an array in Java

This is just "hack" style method:

int d[][] = new int[n][n];

static int swap(int a, int b) {
  return a;
}
...

in main class --> 

d[i][j + 1] = swap(d[i][j], d[i][j] = d[i][j + 1])

Set initial focus in an Android application

Set both :focusable and :focusableInTouchMode to true and call requestFocus. It does the trick.

How can I count occurrences with groupBy?

If you're open to using a third-party library, you can use the Collectors2 class in Eclipse Collections to convert the List to a Bag using a Stream. A Bag is a data structure that is built for counting.

Bag<String> counted =
        list.stream().collect(Collectors2.countBy(each -> each));

Assert.assertEquals(1, counted.occurrencesOf("World"));
Assert.assertEquals(2, counted.occurrencesOf("Hello"));

System.out.println(counted.toStringOfItemToCount());

Output:

{World=1, Hello=2}

In this particular case, you can simply collect the List directly into a Bag.

Bag<String> counted = 
        list.stream().collect(Collectors2.toBag());

You can also create the Bag without using a Stream by adapting the List with the Eclipse Collections protocols.

Bag<String> counted = Lists.adapt(list).countBy(each -> each);

or in this particular case:

Bag<String> counted = Lists.adapt(list).toBag();

You could also just create the Bag directly.

Bag<String> counted = Bags.mutable.with("Hello", "Hello", "World");

A Bag<String> is like a Map<String, Integer> in that it internally keeps track of keys and their counts. But, if you ask a Map for a key it doesn't contain, it will return null. If you ask a Bag for a key it doesn't contain using occurrencesOf, it will return 0.

Note: I am a committer for Eclipse Collections.

linux shell script: split string, put them in an array then loop through them

sentence="one;two;three"
a="${sentence};"
while [ -n "${a}" ]
do
    echo ${a%%;*}
    a=${a#*;}
done

css 'pointer-events' property alternative for IE

I faced similar issues:

  1. I faced this issue in a directive, i fixed it adding a as its parent element and making pointer-events:none for that

  2. The above fix did not work for select tag, then i added cursor:text (which was what i wanted) and it worked for me

If a normal cursor is needed you could add cursor:default

Using DISTINCT and COUNT together in a MySQL Query

use

SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT productId) from  table_name WHERE keyword='$keyword'

Get the full URL in PHP

You can make use of HTTP_ORIGIN as illustrated in the snippet below:

if ( ! array_key_exists( 'HTTP_ORIGIN', $_SERVER ) ) {
    $this->referer = $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'];
} else {
    $this->referer = $_SERVER['HTTP_ORIGIN'];
}

How can I grep for a string that begins with a dash/hyphen?

ls -l | grep "^-"

Hope this one would serve your purpose.

Live-stream video from one android phone to another over WiFi

You can check the android VLC it can stream and play video, if you want to indagate more, you can check their GIT to analyze what their do. Good luck!

Enabling HTTPS on express.js

First, you need to create selfsigned.key and selfsigned.crt files. Go to Create a Self-Signed SSL Certificate Or do following steps.

Go to the terminal and run the following command.

sudo openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout ./selfsigned.key -out selfsigned.crt

  • After that put the following information
  • Country Name (2 letter code) [AU]: US
  • State or Province Name (full name) [Some-State]: NY
  • Locality Name (eg, city) []:NY
  • Organization Name (eg, company) [Internet Widgits Pty Ltd]: xyz (Your - Organization)
  • Organizational Unit Name (eg, section) []: xyz (Your Unit Name)
  • Common Name (e.g. server FQDN or YOUR name) []: www.xyz.com (Your URL)
  • Email Address []: Your email

After creation adds key & cert file in your code, and pass the options to the server.

const express = require('express');
const https = require('https');
const fs = require('fs');
const port = 3000;

var key = fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/../certs/selfsigned.key');
var cert = fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/../certs/selfsigned.crt');
var options = {
  key: key,
  cert: cert
};

app = express()
app.get('/', (req, res) => {
   res.send('Now using https..');
});

var server = https.createServer(options, app);

server.listen(port, () => {
  console.log("server starting on port : " + port)
});
  • Finally run your application using https.

More information https://github.com/sagardere/set-up-SSL-in-nodejs

The type arguments cannot be inferred from the usage. Try specifying the type arguments explicitly

In your example, the compiler has no way of knowing what type should TModel be. You could do something close to what you are probably trying to do with an extension method.

static class ModelExtensions
{
   public static IDictionary<string, object> GetHtmlAttributes<TModel, TProperty>
      (this TModel model, Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> propertyExpression)
   {
       return new Dictionary<string, object>();
   }
}

But you wouldn't be able to have anything similar to virtual, I think.

EDIT:

Actually, you can do virtual, using self-referential generics:

class ModelBase<TModel>
{
    public virtual IDictionary<string, object> GetHtmlAttributes<TProperty>
        (Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> propertyExpression)
    {
        return new Dictionary<string, object>();
    }
}

class FooModel : ModelBase<FooModel>
{
    public override IDictionary<string, object> GetHtmlAttributes<TProperty>
        (Expression<Func<FooModel, TProperty>> propertyExpression)
    {
        return new Dictionary<string, object> { { "foo", "bar" } };
    }
}

Understanding the ngRepeat 'track by' expression

a short summary:

track by is used in order to link your data with the DOM generation (and mainly re-generation) made by ng-repeat.

when you add track by you basically tell angular to generate a single DOM element per data object in the given collection

this could be useful when paging and filtering, or any case where objects are added or removed from ng-repeat list.

usually, without track by angular will link the DOM objects with the collection by injecting an expando property - $$hashKey - into your JavaScript objects, and will regenerate it (and re-associate a DOM object) with every change.

full explanation:

http://www.bennadel.com/blog/2556-using-track-by-with-ngrepeat-in-angularjs-1-2.htm

a more practical guide:

http://www.codelord.net/2014/04/15/improving-ng-repeat-performance-with-track-by/

(track by is available in angular > 1.2 )

Mac zip compress without __MACOSX folder?

I'm using this Automator Shell Script to fix it after. It's showing up as contextual menu item (right clicking on any file showing up in Finder).

while read -r p; do
  zip -d "$p" __MACOSX/\* || true
  zip -d "$p" \*/.DS_Store || true
done
  1. Create a new Service with Automator
  2. Select "Files and Folders" in "Finder"
  3. Add a "Shell Script Action"

automator shell script

contextual menu item in Finder

How to get JQuery.trigger('click'); to initiate a mouse click

You can't simulate a click event with javascript. jQuery .trigger() function only fires an event named "click" on the element, which you can capture with .on() jQuery method.

When 1 px border is added to div, Div size increases, Don't want to do that

This is also helpful in this scenario. it allows you to set borders without changing div width

textarea { 
  -webkit-box-sizing: border-box; /* Safari/Chrome, other WebKit */
  -moz-box-sizing: border-box;    /* Firefox, other Gecko */
  box-sizing: border-box;         /* Opera/IE 8+ */
}

Taken from http://css-tricks.com/box-sizing/

Show a div with Fancybox

You just use this and it will be helpful for you

$("#btnForm").click(function (){

$.fancybox({
    'padding':  0,
    'width':    1087,
    'height':   610,
    'type':     'iframe',
    content:   $('#divForm').show();
        });

});

Input size vs width

I suggest, probably best way is to set style's width in em unit :) So for input size of 20 characters just set style='width:20em' :)

Dynamically Add Variable Name Value Pairs to JSON Object

in Javascript.

    var myObject = { "name" : "john" };
    // { "name" : "john" };
    myObject.gender = "male";
    // { "name" : "john", "gender":"male"};

Php - testing if a radio button is selected and get the value

It's pretty simple, take a look at the code below:

The form:

<form action="result.php" method="post">
  Answer 1 <input type="radio" name="ans" value="ans1" /><br />
  Answer 2 <input type="radio" name="ans" value="ans2"  /><br />
  Answer 3 <input type="radio" name="ans" value="ans3"  /><br />
  Answer 4 <input type="radio" name="ans" value="ans4"  /><br />
  <input type="submit" value="submit" />
</form>

PHP code:

<?php 

$answer = $_POST['ans'];  
if ($answer == "ans1") {          
    echo 'Correct';      
}
else {
    echo 'Incorrect';
}          
?>

How to obtain the last index of a list?

all above answers is correct but however

a = [];
len(list1) - 1 # where 0 - 1 = -1

to be more precisely

a = [];
index = len(a) - 1 if a else None;

if index == None : raise Exception("Empty Array")

since arrays is starting with 0

How do I remove link underlining in my HTML email?

You can do "redundant styling" and that should fix the issue. You use the same styling you have on the but add it to a that is within the .

Example:

<td width="110" align="center" valign="top" style="color:#000000;">
    <a href="https://example.com" target="_blank"
       style="color:#000000; text-decoration:none;"><span style="color:#000000; text-decoration:none;">BOOK NOW</span></a>
</td>

Tomcat starts but home page cannot open with url http://localhost:8080

Look in TomcatDirectory/logs/catalina.out for the logs. If the logs are too long, delete the catalina.out file and rerun the app.

Is there a Social Security Number reserved for testing/examples?

all zeros would probably be the most obvious that it wasn't a real SSN.

C++ string to double conversion

You can convert char to int and viceversa easily because for the machine an int and a char are the same, 8 bits, the only difference comes when they have to be shown in screen, if the number is 65 and is saved as a char, then it will show 'A', if it's saved as a int it will show 65.

With other types things change, because they are stored differently in memory. There's standard function in C that allows you to convert from string to double easily, it's atof. (You need to include stdlib.h)

#include <stdlib.h>

int main()
{
    string word;  
    openfile >> word;
    double lol = atof(word.c_str()); /*c_str is needed to convert string to const char*
                                     previously (the function requires it)*/
    return 0;
}