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Starting a node.js server

Run cmd and then run node server.js. In your example, you are trying to use the REPL to run your command, which is not going to work. The ellipsis is node.js expecting more tokens before closing the current scope (you can type code in and run it on the fly here)

PHP if not statements

No matter what $action is, it will always either not be "add" OR not be "delete", which is why the if condition always passes. What you want is to use && instead of ||:

(!isset($action)) || ($action !="add" && $action !="delete"))

outline on only one border

You can use box-shadow to create an outline on one side. Like outline, box-shadow does not change the size of the box model.

This puts a line on top:

box-shadow: 0 -1px 0 #000;

I made a jsFiddle where you can check it out in action.


INSET

For an inset border, use the inset keyword. This puts an inset line on top:

box-shadow: 0 1px 0 #000 inset;

Multiple lines can be added using comma-separated statements. This puts an inset line on the top and the left:

box-shadow: 0 1px 0 #000 inset,
            1px 0 0 #000 inset;

For more details on how box-shadow works, check out the MDN page.

How to read and write to a text file in C++?

Default c++ mechanism for file IO is called streams. Streams can be of three flavors: input, output and inputoutput. Input streams act like sources of data. To read data from an input stream you use >> operator:

istream >> my_variable; //This code will read a value from stream into your variable.

Operator >> acts different for different types. If in the example above my_variable was an int, then a number will be read from the strem, if my_variable was a string, then a word would be read, etc. You can read more then one value from the stream by writing istream >> a >> b >> c; where a, b and c would be your variables.

Output streams act like sink to which you can write your data. To write your data to a stream, use << operator.

ostream << my_variable; //This code will write a value from your variable into stream.

As with input streams, you can write several values to the stream by writing something like this:

ostream << a << b << c;

Obviously inputoutput streams can act as both.

In your code sample you use cout and cin stream objects. cout stands for console-output and cin for console-input. Those are predefined streams for interacting with default console.

To interact with files, you need to use ifstream and ofstream types. Similar to cin and cout, ifstream stands for input-file-stream and ofstream stands for output-file-stream.

Your code might look like this:

#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>

using namespace std;

int start()
{
    cout << "Welcome...";

    // do fancy stuff

    return 0;
}

int main ()
{
    string usreq, usr, yn, usrenter;

    cout << "Is this your first time using TEST" << endl;
    cin >> yn;
    if (yn == "y")
    {
        ifstream iusrfile;
        ofstream ousrfile;
        iusrfile.open("usrfile.txt");
        iusrfile >> usr;
        cout << iusrfile; // I'm not sure what are you trying to do here, perhaps print iusrfile contents?
        iusrfile.close();
        cout << "Please type your Username. \n";
        cin >> usrenter;
        if (usrenter == usr)
        {
            start ();
        }
    }
    else
    {
        cout << "THAT IS NOT A REGISTERED USERNAME.";
    }

    return 0;
}

For further reading you might want to look at c++ I/O reference

How to check if text fields are empty on form submit using jQuery?

You can bind an event handler to the "submit" JavaScript event using jQuery .submit method and then get trimmed #log text field value and check if empty of not like:

$('form').submit(function () {

    // Get the Login Name value and trim it
    var name = $.trim($('#log').val());

    // Check if empty of not
    if (name  === '') {
        alert('Text-field is empty.');
        return false;
    }
});

FIDDLE DEMO

Getting a HeadlessException: No X11 DISPLAY variable was set

I assume you're trying to tunnel into some unix box.

Make sure X11 forwarding is enabled in your PuTTY settings.

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How to "log in" to a website using Python's Requests module?

Let me try to make it simple, suppose URL of the site is http://example.com/ and let's suppose you need to sign up by filling username and password, so we go to the login page say http://example.com/login.php now and view it's source code and search for the action URL it will be in form tag something like

 <form name="loginform" method="post" action="userinfo.php">

now take userinfo.php to make absolute URL which will be 'http://example.com/userinfo.php', now run a simple python script

import requests
url = 'http://example.com/userinfo.php'
values = {'username': 'user',
          'password': 'pass'}

r = requests.post(url, data=values)
print r.content

I Hope that this helps someone somewhere someday.

How to add one day to a date?

U can try java.util.Date library like this way-

int no_of_day_to_add = 1;

Date today = new Date();
Date tomorrow = new Date( today.getYear(), today.getMonth(), today.getDate() + no_of_day_to_add );

Change value of no_of_day_to_add as you want.

I have set value of no_of_day_to_add to 1 because u wanted only one day to add.

More can be found in this documentation.

SQL Server Escape an Underscore

like '%[\_]%'

Add [ ] did the job for me

Calculating Pearson correlation and significance in Python

The Pearson correlation can be calculated with numpy's corrcoef.

import numpy
numpy.corrcoef(list1, list2)[0, 1]

What would be the best method to code heading/title for <ul> or <ol>, Like we have <caption> in <table>?

I like to make use of the css :before and a data-* attribute for the list

HTML:

<ul data-header="heading"> 
<li>list item </li>
<li>list item </li>
<li>list item </li>
</ul>

CSS:

ul:before{
    content:attr(data-header);
    font-size:120%;
    font-weight:bold;
    margin-left:-15px;
}

This will make a list with the header on it that is whatever text is specified as the list's data-header attribute. You can then easily style it to your needs.

C++ Passing Pointer to Function (Howto) + C++ Pointer Manipulation

It might be easier for you to understand using Functionoids which are expressively neater and more powerful to use, see this excellent and highly recommended C++ FAQ lite, in particular, look at section 33.12 onwards, but nonetheless, read it from the start of that section to gain a grasp and understanding of it.

To answer your question:

typedef void (*foobar)() fubarfn;

void Fun(fubarfn& baz){
   fubarfn = baz;
   baz();
}

Edit:

  • & means the reference address
  • * means the value of what's contained at the reference address, called de-referencing

So using the reference, example below, shows that we are passing in a parameter, and directly modify it.

void FunByRef(int& iPtr){
    iPtr = 2;
}

int main(void){
    // ...
    int n;
    FunByRef(n);
    cout << n << endl; // n will have value of 2
}

Crystal Reports for VS2012 - VS2013 - VS2015 - VS2017 - VS2019

"SP25 work on Visual Studio 2019" is an exaggeration. It is extremely unreliable and should be avoided at all costs. I currently have to maintain a second development environment with V2015 for report development.

MSSQL Error 'The underlying provider failed on Open'

I posted a similar issue here, working with a SQL 2012 db hosted on Amazon RDS. The problem was in the connection string - I had "Application Name" and "App" properties in there. Once I removed those, it worked.

Entity Framework 5 and Amazon RDS - "The underlying provider failed on Open."

Updating a date in Oracle SQL table

This is based on the assumption that you're getting an error about the date format, such as an invalid month value or non-numeric character when numeric expected.

Dates stored in the database do not have formats. When you query the date your client is formatting the date for display, as 4/16/2011. Normally the same date format is used for selecting and updating dates, but in this case they appear to be different - so your client is apparently doing something more complicated that SQL*Plus, for example.

When you try to update it it's using a default date format model. Because of how it's displayed you're assuming that is MM/DD/YYYY, but it seems not to be. You could find out what it is, but it's better not to rely on the default or any implicit format models at all.

Whether that is the problem or not, you should always specify the date model:

UPDATE PASOFDATE SET ASOFDATE = TO_DATE('11/21/2012', 'MM/DD/YYYY');

Since you aren't specifying a time component - all Oracle DATE columns include a time, even if it's midnight - you could also use a date literal:

UPDATE PASOFDATE SET ASOFDATE = DATE '2012-11-21';

You should maybe check that the current value doesn't include a time, though the column name suggests it doesn't.

Available text color classes in Bootstrap

The text at the navigation bar is normally colored by using one of the two following css classes in the bootstrap.css file.

Firstly, in case of using a default navigation bar (the gray one), the .navbar-default class will be used and the text is colored as dark gray.

.navbar-default .navbar-text {
  color: #777;
}

The other is in case of using an inverse navigation bar (the black one), the text is colored as gray60.

.navbar-inverse .navbar-text {
  color: #999;
}

So, you can change its color as you wish. However, I would recommend you to use a separate css file to change it.

NOTE: you could also use the customizer provided by Twitter Bootstrap, in the Navbar section.

Set UITableView content inset permanently

In Swift:

override func viewDidLayoutSubviews() {
      super.viewDidLayoutSubviews()
      self.tableView.contentInset = UIEdgeInsets(top: 108, left: 0, bottom: 0, right: 0)
}

go get results in 'terminal prompts disabled' error for github private repo

I found this extremely helpful, and it solved my problem. This command will allow your 2FA to do its thing (and save you the trouble of entering your username and password):

git config --global --add url."[email protected]:".insteadOf "https://github.com/"

Source: http://albertech.blogspot.com/2016/11/fix-git-error-could-not-read-username.html

If you're not using 2FA, you can still use SSH and this will work.

Edit: added the --add flag as suggested by slatunje.

No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin '...' is therefore not allowed access

Use addHeader Instead of using setHeader method,

response.addHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*");

* in above line will allow access to all domains.


For allowing access to specific domain only:

response.addHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "http://www.example.com");

Check this blog post.

How to check if a float value is a whole number

>>> def is_near_integer(n, precision=8, get_integer=False):
...     if get_integer:
...         return int(round(n, precision))
...     else:
...         return round(n) == round(n, precision)
...
>>> print(is_near_integer(10648 ** (1.0/3)))
True
>>> print(is_near_integer(10648 ** (1.0/3), get_integer=True))
22
>>> for i in [4.9, 5.1, 4.99, 5.01, 4.999, 5.001, 4.9999, 5.0001, 4.99999, 5.000
01, 4.999999, 5.000001]:
...     print(i, is_near_integer(i, 4))
...
4.9 False
5.1 False
4.99 False
5.01 False
4.999 False
5.001 False
4.9999 False
5.0001 False
4.99999 True
5.00001 True
4.999999 True
5.000001 True
>>>

Is returning out of a switch statement considered a better practice than using break?

Neither, because both are quite verbose for a very simple task. You can just do:

let result = ({
  1: 'One',
  2: 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[opt] ?? 'Default'    // opt can be 1, 2, 3 or anything (default)

This, of course, also works with strings, a mix of both or without a default case:

let result = ({
  'first': 'One',
  'second': 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[opt]                // opt can be 'first', 'second' or 3

Explanation:

It works by creating an object where the options/cases are the keys and the results are the values. By putting the option into the brackets you access the value of the key that matches the expression via the bracket notation.

This returns undefined if the expression inside the brackets is not a valid key. We can detect this undefined-case by using the nullish coalescing operator ?? and return a default value.

Example:

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console.log('Using a valid case:', ({
  1: 'One',
  2: 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[1] ?? 'Default')

console.log('Using an invalid case/defaulting:', ({
  1: 'One',
  2: 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[7] ?? 'Default')
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How to extract the nth word and count word occurrences in a MySQL string?

No, there isn't a syntax for extracting text using regular expressions. You have to use the ordinary string manipulation functions.

Alternatively select the entire value from the database (or the first n characters if you are worried about too much data transfer) and then use a regular expression on the client.

How do you get/set media volume (not ringtone volume) in Android?

The following code will set the media stream volume to max:

AudioManager audioManager = (AudioManager) getSystemService(Context.AUDIO_SERVICE);
audioManager.setStreamVolume(AudioManager.STREAM_MUSIC,
    audioManager.getStreamMaxVolume(AudioManager.STREAM_MUSIC),
    AudioManager.FLAG_SHOW_UI);

Removing all line breaks and adding them after certain text

I have achieved this with following
Edit > Blank Operations > Remove Unnecessary Blank and EOL

Applying an ellipsis to multiline text

If you are using javascript, maybe you can do something like below. However, this does not account the height of the container...

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const myString = 'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum pellentesque sem ut consequat pulvinar. Curabitur vehicula quam sit amet risus aliquet, sed rhoncus tortor fermentum. Etiam ac fermentum nisi. Ut in lobortis eros. Etiam urna felis, interdum sit amet fringilla eu, bibendum et nunc.';_x000D_
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// you can set max string length_x000D_
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const truncatedString = myString.length > maxStrLength ? `${myString.substring(0, maxStrLength)}...` : myString;_x000D_
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AngularJS sorting by property

Armin's answer + a strict check for object types and non-angular keys such as $resolve

app.filter('orderObjectBy', function(){
 return function(input, attribute) {
    if (!angular.isObject(input)) return input;

    var array = [];
    for(var objectKey in input) {
      if (typeof(input[objectKey])  === "object" && objectKey.charAt(0) !== "$")
        array.push(input[objectKey]);
    }

    array.sort(function(a, b){
        a = parseInt(a[attribute]);
        b = parseInt(b[attribute]);
        return a - b;
    });

    return array;
 }
})

Get first element of Series without knowing the index

Use iloc to access by position (rather than label):

In [11]: df = pd.DataFrame([[1, 2], [3, 4]], ['a', 'b'], ['A', 'B'])

In [12]: df
Out[12]: 
   A  B
a  1  2
b  3  4

In [13]: df.iloc[0]  # first row in a DataFrame
Out[13]: 
A    1
B    2
Name: a, dtype: int64

In [14]: df['A'].iloc[0]  # first item in a Series (Column)
Out[14]: 1

MySQL Cannot Add Foreign Key Constraint

To find the specific error run this:

SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS;

And look in the LATEST FOREIGN KEY ERROR section.

The data type for the child column must match the parent column exactly. For example, since medicalhistory.MedicalHistoryID is an INT, Patient.MedicalHistory also needs to be an INT, not a SMALLINT.

Also, you should run the query set foreign_key_checks=0 before running the DDL so you can create the tables in an arbitrary order rather than needing to create all parent tables before the relevant child tables.

Jquery submit form

Try this lets say your form id is formID

$(".nextbutton").click(function() { $("form#formID").submit(); });

Export to csv in jQuery

Hope the following demo can help you out.

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    rows.each(function(index, row) {_x000D_
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      $(row).find("th, td").each(function(index, column) {_x000D_
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      tableData.push(rowData.join(","));_x000D_
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    data += tableData.join("\n");_x000D_
    $(document.body).append('<a id="download-link" download="data.csv" href=' + URL.createObjectURL(new Blob([data], {_x000D_
      type: "text/csv"_x000D_
    })) + '/>');_x000D_
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    $('#download-link')[0].click();_x000D_
    $('#download-link').remove();_x000D_
  });_x000D_
});
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th {_x000D_
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.btn-group {_x000D_
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
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  <table id="mainTable">_x000D_
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</div>
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How to Convert Datetime to Date in dd/MM/yyyy format

You need to use convert in order by as well:

SELECT  Convert(varchar,A.InsertDate,103) as Tran_Date
order by Convert(varchar,A.InsertDate,103)

Setting up Gradle for api 26 (Android)

You could add google() to repositories block

allprojects {
    repositories {
        jcenter()
        maven {
            url 'https://github.com/uPhyca/stetho-realm/raw/master/maven-repo'

        }
        maven {
            url "https://jitpack.io"
        }
        google()
    }
}

PHP Get all subdirectories of a given directory

Here is how you can retrieve only directories with GLOB:

$directories = glob($somePath . '/*' , GLOB_ONLYDIR);

Move textfield when keyboard appears swift

Swift 4.1,

Use TPKeyBoardAvoiding class for achieving this. This works fine with UIScrollView, UICollectionView, UITableView.

Just assign this class to your scrollview, collectionview or tableview in storyboard or create its object programmatically. All textfield or textviews inside TPKeyboardAvoiding scrollview will adjust automatically when the keyboard appears and disappears.

Here is the link for TPKeyboardAvoiding

TPKeyboardAvoiding for Swift 4.1,

import Foundation
import UIKit

// MARK: - TableView
class TPKeyboardAvoidingTableView:UITableView,UITextFieldDelegate, UITextViewDelegate {

    override var frame:CGRect{
        willSet{
            super.frame = frame
        }

        didSet{
            if hasAutomaticKeyboardAvoidingBehaviour() {return}
            TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
        }
    }

    override var contentSize:CGSize{
        willSet(newValue){
            if hasAutomaticKeyboardAvoidingBehaviour() {
                super.contentSize = newValue
                return
            }

            if newValue.equalTo(self.contentSize)
            {
                return
            }

            super.contentSize = newValue
            self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
        }

        //        didSet{
        //            self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
        //        }
    }


    override init(frame: CGRect, style: UITableViewStyle) {
        super.init(frame: frame, style: style)
        self.setup()
    }

    required init?(coder aDecoder: NSCoder) {
        super.init(coder: aDecoder)
        self.setup()
    }

    override func awakeFromNib() {
        setup()
    }

    deinit{
        NotificationCenter.default.removeObserver(self)
    }

    func hasAutomaticKeyboardAvoidingBehaviour()->Bool
    {
        if #available(iOS 8.3, *) {
            if self.delegate is UITableViewController
            {
                return true
            }
        }

        return false
    }

    func focusNextTextField()->Bool
    {
        return self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_focusNextTextField()
    }

    @objc func scrollToActiveTextField()
    {
        return self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_scrollToActiveTextField()
    }

    override func willMove(toSuperview newSuperview: UIView?) {
        super.willMove(toSuperview: newSuperview)
        if newSuperview != nil {
            NSObject.cancelPreviousPerformRequests(withTarget: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), object: self)
        }
    }

    override func touchesEnded(_ touches: Set<UITouch>, with event: UIEvent?) {
        self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(self)?.resignFirstResponder()
        super.touchesEnded(touches, with: event)
    }

    func textFieldShouldReturn(_ textField: UITextField) -> Bool {
        if !self.focusNextTextField()
        {
            textField.resignFirstResponder()
        }
        return true
    }

    override func layoutSubviews() {
        super.layoutSubviews()
        NSObject.cancelPreviousPerformRequests(withTarget: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), object: self)

        Timer.scheduledTimer(timeInterval: 0.1, target: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), userInfo: nil, repeats: false)
    }
}

private extension TPKeyboardAvoidingTableView
{
    func setup()
    {
        if self.hasAutomaticKeyboardAvoidingBehaviour() { return }

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillShow(_:)),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillChangeFrame,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillHide(_:)),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillHide,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(scrollToActiveTextField),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UITextViewTextDidBeginEditing,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(scrollToActiveTextField),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UITextFieldTextDidBeginEditing,
                                               object: nil)
    }
}

// MARK: - CollectionView
class TPKeyboardAvoidingCollectionView:UICollectionView,UITextViewDelegate {

    override var contentSize:CGSize{
        willSet(newValue){
            if newValue.equalTo(self.contentSize)
            {
                return
            }

            super.contentSize = newValue
            self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
        }

        //        didSet{
        //            self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
        //        }
    }


    override var frame:CGRect{
        willSet{
            super.frame = frame
        }

        didSet{
            self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
        }
    }

    //    override init(frame: CGRect) {
    //        super.init(frame: frame)
    //    }

    override init(frame: CGRect, collectionViewLayout layout: UICollectionViewLayout) {
        super.init(frame: frame, collectionViewLayout: layout)
        setup()
    }

    required init?(coder aDecoder: NSCoder) {
        //        fatalError("init(coder:) has not been implemented")
        super.init(coder: aDecoder)
        self.setup()

    }

    override func awakeFromNib() {
        setup()
    }

    deinit{
        NotificationCenter.default.removeObserver(self)
    }

    func focusNextTextField()->Bool
    {
        return self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_focusNextTextField()
    }

    @objc func scrollToActiveTextField()
    {
        return self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_scrollToActiveTextField()
    }

    override func willMove(toSuperview newSuperview: UIView?) {
        super.willMove(toSuperview: newSuperview)
        if newSuperview != nil {
            NSObject.cancelPreviousPerformRequests(withTarget: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), object: self)
        }
    }

    override func touchesEnded(_ touches: Set<UITouch>, with event: UIEvent?) {
        self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(self)?.resignFirstResponder()
        super.touchesEnded(touches, with: event)
    }

    func textFieldShouldReturn(_ textField: UITextField) -> Bool {
        if !self.focusNextTextField()
        {
            textField.resignFirstResponder()
        }
        return true
    }

    override func layoutSubviews() {
        super.layoutSubviews()
        NSObject.cancelPreviousPerformRequests(withTarget: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), object: self)

        Timer.scheduledTimer(timeInterval: 0.1, target: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), userInfo: nil, repeats: false)
    }
}

private extension TPKeyboardAvoidingCollectionView
{
    func setup()
    {
        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillShow(_:)),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillChangeFrame,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillHide(_:)),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillHide,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(scrollToActiveTextField),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UITextViewTextDidBeginEditing,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(scrollToActiveTextField),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UITextFieldTextDidBeginEditing,
                                               object: nil)
    }
}

// MARK: - ScrollView
class TPKeyboardAvoidingScrollView:UIScrollView,UITextFieldDelegate,UITextViewDelegate
{
    override var contentSize:CGSize{
        didSet{
            self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateFromContentSizeChange()
        }
    }


    override var frame:CGRect{
        didSet{
            self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
        }
    }

    override init(frame: CGRect) {
        super.init(frame: frame)
        self.setup()
    }

    override func awakeFromNib() {
        setup()
    }

    func contentSizeToFit()
    {
        self.contentSize = self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_calculatedContentSizeFromSubviewFrames()
    }

    func focusNextTextField() ->Bool
    {
        return self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_focusNextTextField()
    }

    @objc func scrollToActiveTextField()
    {
        return self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_scrollToActiveTextField()
    }

    required init?(coder aDecoder: NSCoder) {
        super.init(coder: aDecoder)
        self.setup()
    }

    deinit{
        NotificationCenter.default.removeObserver(self)
    }

    override func willMove(toSuperview newSuperview: UIView?) {
        super.willMove(toSuperview: newSuperview)
        if newSuperview != nil {
            NSObject.cancelPreviousPerformRequests(withTarget: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), object: self)
        }
    }

    override func touchesEnded(_ touches: Set<UITouch>, with event: UIEvent?) {
        self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(self)?.resignFirstResponder()
        super.touchesEnded(touches, with: event)
    }

    func textFieldShouldReturn(_ textField: UITextField) -> Bool {
        if !self.focusNextTextField()
        {
            textField.resignFirstResponder()
        }
        return true
    }

    override func layoutSubviews() {
        super.layoutSubviews()
        NSObject.cancelPreviousPerformRequests(withTarget: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), object: self)

        Timer.scheduledTimer(timeInterval: 0.1, target: self, selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_:)), userInfo: nil, repeats: false)
    }
}

private extension TPKeyboardAvoidingScrollView
{
    func setup()
    {
        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillShow(_:)),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillChangeFrame,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillHide(_:)),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillHide,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(scrollToActiveTextField),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UITextViewTextDidBeginEditing,
                                               object: nil)

        NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self,
                                               selector: #selector(scrollToActiveTextField),
                                               name: NSNotification.Name.UITextFieldTextDidBeginEditing,
                                               object: nil)
    }
}

// MARK: - Process Event
let kCalculatedContentPadding:CGFloat = 10;
let kMinimumScrollOffsetPadding:CGFloat = 20;

extension UIScrollView
{
    @objc func TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillShow(_ notification:Notification)
    {
        guard let userInfo = notification.userInfo else { return }
        guard let rectNotification = notification.userInfo?[UIKeyboardFrameEndUserInfoKey] as? NSValue else
        {
            return
        }

        let keyboardRect = self.convert(rectNotification.cgRectValue , from: nil)
        if keyboardRect.isEmpty
        {
            return
        }

        let state = self.keyboardAvoidingState()

        guard let firstResponder = self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(self) else { return}
        state.keyboardRect = keyboardRect
        if !state.keyboardVisible
        {
            state.priorInset = self.contentInset
            state.priorScrollIndicatorInsets = self.scrollIndicatorInsets
            state.priorPagingEnabled = self.isPagingEnabled
        }

        state.keyboardVisible = true
        self.isPagingEnabled = false

        if self is TPKeyboardAvoidingScrollView
        {
            state.priorContentSize = self.contentSize
            if self.contentSize.equalTo(CGSize.zero)
            {
                self.contentSize = self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_calculatedContentSizeFromSubviewFrames()
            }
        }

        let duration = userInfo[UIKeyboardAnimationDurationUserInfoKey] as? Float ?? 0.0
        let curve = userInfo[UIKeyboardAnimationCurveUserInfoKey] as? Int ?? 0
        let options = UIViewAnimationOptions(rawValue: UInt(curve))

        UIView.animate(withDuration: TimeInterval(duration),
                       delay: 0,
                       options: options,
                       animations: { [weak self]() -> Void in
                        if let actualSelf = self
                        {
                            actualSelf.contentInset = actualSelf.TPKeyboardAvoiding_contentInsetForKeyboard()
                            let viewableHeight = actualSelf.bounds.size.height - actualSelf.contentInset.top - actualSelf.contentInset.bottom
                            let point = CGPoint(x: actualSelf.contentOffset.x, y: actualSelf.TPKeyboardAvoiding_idealOffsetForView(firstResponder, viewAreaHeight: viewableHeight))
                            actualSelf.setContentOffset(point, animated: false)

                            actualSelf.scrollIndicatorInsets = actualSelf.contentInset
                            actualSelf.layoutIfNeeded()
                        }

        }) { (finished) -> Void in

        }
    }

    @objc func TPKeyboardAvoiding_keyboardWillHide(_ notification:Notification)
    {
        guard let userInfo = notification.userInfo else { return }

        guard let rectNotification = userInfo[UIKeyboardFrameEndUserInfoKey] as? NSValue else
        {
            return
        }
        let keyboardRect = self.convert(rectNotification.cgRectValue , from: nil)
        if keyboardRect.isEmpty
        {
            return
        }
        let state = self.keyboardAvoidingState()

        if !state.keyboardVisible
        {
            return
        }
        state.keyboardRect = CGRect.zero
        state.keyboardVisible = false

        let duration = userInfo[UIKeyboardAnimationDurationUserInfoKey] as? Float ?? 0.0
        let curve = userInfo[UIKeyboardAnimationCurveUserInfoKey] as? Int ?? 0
        let options = UIViewAnimationOptions(rawValue: UInt(curve))

        UIView.animate(withDuration: TimeInterval(duration),
                       delay: 0,
                       options: options,
                       animations: { [weak self]() -> Void in
                        if let actualSelf = self
                        {
                            if actualSelf is TPKeyboardAvoidingScrollView {
                                actualSelf.contentSize = state.priorContentSize
                                actualSelf.contentInset = state.priorInset
                                actualSelf.scrollIndicatorInsets = state.priorScrollIndicatorInsets
                                actualSelf.isPagingEnabled = state.priorPagingEnabled
                                actualSelf.layoutIfNeeded()
                            }
                        }

        }) { (finished) -> Void in

        }
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateFromContentSizeChange()
    {
        let state = self.keyboardAvoidingState()
        if state.keyboardVisible
        {
            state.priorContentSize = self.contentSize
        }
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_focusNextTextField() ->Bool
    {
        guard let firstResponder = self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(self) else { return false}
        guard let view = self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findNextInputViewAfterView(firstResponder, beneathView: self) else { return false}
        Timer.scheduledTimer(timeInterval: 0.1, target: view, selector: #selector(becomeFirstResponder), userInfo: nil, repeats: false)

        return true

    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_scrollToActiveTextField()
    {
        let state = self.keyboardAvoidingState()

        if !state.keyboardVisible { return }

        let visibleSpace = self.bounds.size.height - self.contentInset.top - self.contentInset.bottom

        let idealOffset = CGPoint(x: 0,
                                  y: self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_idealOffsetForView(self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(self),
                                                                                viewAreaHeight: visibleSpace))

        DispatchQueue.main.asyncAfter(deadline: DispatchTime.now() + Double((Int64)(0 * NSEC_PER_SEC)) / Double(NSEC_PER_SEC)) {[weak self] () -> Void in
            self?.setContentOffset(idealOffset, animated: true)
        }
    }

    //Helper
    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(_ view:UIView) -> UIView?
    {
        for childView in view.subviews
        {
            if childView.responds(to: #selector(getter: isFirstResponder)) && childView.isFirstResponder
            {
                return childView
            }
            let result = TPKeyboardAvoiding_findFirstResponderBeneathView(childView)
            if result != nil
            {
                return result
            }
        }
        return nil
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_updateContentInset()
    {
        let state = self.keyboardAvoidingState()
        if state.keyboardVisible
        {
            self.contentInset = self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_contentInsetForKeyboard()
        }
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_calculatedContentSizeFromSubviewFrames() ->CGSize
    {
        let wasShowingVerticalScrollIndicator = self.showsVerticalScrollIndicator
        let wasShowingHorizontalScrollIndicator = self.showsHorizontalScrollIndicator

        self.showsVerticalScrollIndicator = false
        self.showsHorizontalScrollIndicator = false

        var rect = CGRect.zero

        for view in self.subviews
        {
            rect = rect.union(view.frame)
        }

        rect.size.height += kCalculatedContentPadding
        self.showsVerticalScrollIndicator = wasShowingVerticalScrollIndicator
        self.showsHorizontalScrollIndicator = wasShowingHorizontalScrollIndicator

        return rect.size
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_idealOffsetForView(_ view:UIView?,viewAreaHeight:CGFloat) -> CGFloat
    {
        let contentSize = self.contentSize

        var offset:CGFloat = 0.0
        let subviewRect =  view != nil ? view!.convert(view!.bounds, to: self) : CGRect.zero

        var padding = (viewAreaHeight - subviewRect.height)/2
        if padding < kMinimumScrollOffsetPadding
        {
            padding = kMinimumScrollOffsetPadding
        }

        offset = subviewRect.origin.y - padding - self.contentInset.top

        if offset > (contentSize.height - viewAreaHeight)
        {
            offset = contentSize.height - viewAreaHeight
        }

        if offset < -self.contentInset.top
        {
            offset = -self.contentInset.top
        }

        return offset
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_contentInsetForKeyboard() -> UIEdgeInsets
    {
        let state = self.keyboardAvoidingState()
        var newInset = self.contentInset;

        let keyboardRect = state.keyboardRect
        newInset.bottom = keyboardRect.size.height - max(keyboardRect.maxY - self.bounds.maxY, 0)

        return newInset

    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_viewIsValidKeyViewCandidate(_ view:UIView)->Bool
    {
        if view.isHidden || !view.isUserInteractionEnabled {return false}

        if view is UITextField
        {
            if (view as! UITextField).isEnabled {return true}
        }

        if view is UITextView
        {
            if (view as! UITextView).isEditable {return true}
        }

        return false
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_findNextInputViewAfterView(_ priorView:UIView,beneathView view:UIView, candidateView bestCandidate: inout UIView?)
    {
        let priorFrame = self.convert(priorView.frame, to: priorView.superview)
        let candidateFrame = bestCandidate == nil ? CGRect.zero : self.convert(bestCandidate!.frame, to: bestCandidate!.superview)

        var bestCandidateHeuristic = -sqrt(candidateFrame.origin.x*candidateFrame.origin.x + candidateFrame.origin.y*candidateFrame.origin.y) + ( Float(fabs(candidateFrame.minY - priorFrame.minY))<Float.ulpOfOne ? 1e6 : 0)

        for childView in view.subviews
        {
            if TPKeyboardAvoiding_viewIsValidKeyViewCandidate(childView)
            {
                let frame = self.convert(childView.frame, to: view)
                let heuristic = -sqrt(frame.origin.x*frame.origin.x + frame.origin.y*frame.origin.y)
                    + (Float(fabs(frame.minY - priorFrame.minY)) < Float.ulpOfOne ? 1e6 : 0)

                if childView != priorView && (Float(fabs(frame.minY - priorFrame.minY)) < Float.ulpOfOne
                    && frame.minX > priorFrame.minX
                    || frame.minY > priorFrame.minY)
                    && (bestCandidate == nil || heuristic > bestCandidateHeuristic)
                {
                    bestCandidate = childView
                    bestCandidateHeuristic = heuristic
                }
            }else
            {
                self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findNextInputViewAfterView(priorView, beneathView: view, candidateView: &bestCandidate)
            }
        }
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_findNextInputViewAfterView(_ priorView:UIView,beneathView view:UIView) ->UIView?
    {
        var candidate:UIView?
        self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findNextInputViewAfterView(priorView, beneathView: view, candidateView: &candidate)
        return candidate
    }


    @objc func TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(_ obj: AnyObject)
    {
        func processWithView(_ view: UIView) {
            for childView in view.subviews
            {
                if childView is UITextField || childView is UITextView
                {
                    self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_initializeView(childView)
                }else
                {
                    self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_assignTextDelegateForViewsBeneathView(childView)
                }
            }
        }

        if let timer = obj as? Timer, let view = timer.userInfo as? UIView {
            processWithView(view)
        }
        else if let view = obj as? UIView {
            processWithView(view)
        }
    }

    func TPKeyboardAvoiding_initializeView(_ view:UIView)
    {
        if let textField = view as? UITextField,
            let delegate = self as? UITextFieldDelegate, textField.returnKeyType == UIReturnKeyType.default &&
            textField.delegate !== delegate
        {
            textField.delegate = delegate
            let otherView = self.TPKeyboardAvoiding_findNextInputViewAfterView(view, beneathView: self)
            textField.returnKeyType = otherView != nil ? .next : .done

        }
    }

    func keyboardAvoidingState()->TPKeyboardAvoidingState
    {
        var state = objc_getAssociatedObject(self, &AssociatedKeysKeyboard.DescriptiveName) as? TPKeyboardAvoidingState
        if state == nil
        {
            state = TPKeyboardAvoidingState()
            self.state = state
        }

        return self.state!
    }

}

// MARK: - Internal object observer
internal class TPKeyboardAvoidingState:NSObject
{
    var priorInset = UIEdgeInsets.zero
    var priorScrollIndicatorInsets = UIEdgeInsets.zero

    var keyboardVisible = false
    var keyboardRect = CGRect.zero
    var priorContentSize = CGSize.zero

    var priorPagingEnabled = false
}

internal extension UIScrollView
{
    fileprivate struct AssociatedKeysKeyboard {
        static var DescriptiveName = "KeyBoard_DescriptiveName"
    }

    var state:TPKeyboardAvoidingState?{
        get{
            let optionalObject:AnyObject? = objc_getAssociatedObject(self, &AssociatedKeysKeyboard.DescriptiveName) as AnyObject?
            if let object:AnyObject = optionalObject {
                return object as? TPKeyboardAvoidingState
            } else {
                return nil
            }
        }
        set{
            objc_setAssociatedObject(self, &AssociatedKeysKeyboard.DescriptiveName, newValue, objc_AssociationPolicy.OBJC_ASSOCIATION_RETAIN_NONATOMIC)
        }
    }
}

Comparing two arrays of objects, and exclude the elements who match values into new array in JS

well, this using lodash or vanilla javascript it depends on the situation.

but for just return the array that contains the duplicates it can be achieved by the following, offcourse it was taken from @1983

var result = result1.filter(function (o1) {
    return result2.some(function (o2) {
        return o1.id === o2.id; // return the ones with equal id
   });
});
// if you want to be more clever...
let result = result1.filter(o1 => result2.some(o2 => o1.id === o2.id));

How can I remove a child node in HTML using JavaScript?

    var p=document.getElementById('childId').parentNode;
    var c=document.getElementById('childId');
    p.removeChild(c);
    alert('Deleted');

p is parent node and c is child node
parentNode is a JavaScript variable which contains parent reference

Easy to understand

How to display a list inline using Twitter's Bootstrap

While TheBrent's answer is true in general, it does not answer the question of how to do it in the official bootstrap way. The markup for bootstrap is simple:

<ul class="inline">
  <li>1</li>
  <li>2</li>
  <li>3</li>
</ul>

Source

http://jsfiddle.net/MgcDU/4602/

How to add CORS request in header in Angular 5

Make the header looks like this for HttpClient in NG5:

let httpOptions = {
      headers: new HttpHeaders({
        'Content-Type': 'application/json',
        'apikey': this.apikey,
        'appkey': this.appkey,
      }),
      params: new HttpParams().set('program_id', this.program_id)
    };

You will be able to make api call with your localhost url, it works for me ..

  • Please never forget your params columnd in the header: such as params: new HttpParams().set('program_id', this.program_id)

T-SQL substring - separating first and last name

validate last name is blank

SELECT  
person.fullName,
(CASE WHEN 0 = CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName) 
    then  person.fullName 
    ELSE SUBSTRING(person.fullName, 1, CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName)) end) as first_name,  
(CASE WHEN 0 = CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName) 
    THEN ''  
    ELSE SUBSTRING(person.fullName,CHARINDEX(' ', person.fullName), LEN(person.fullName) )end) last_name

FROM person

JavaScript getElementByID() not working

At the point you are calling your function, the rest of the page has not rendered and so the element is not in existence at that point. Try calling your function on window.onload maybe. Something like this:

<html>
<head>
    <title></title>
    <script type="text/javascript">
        window.onload = function(){
           var refButton = document.getElementById("btnButton");

            refButton.onclick = function() {
                alert('I am clicked!');
            }
        };
    </script>
</head>
<body>
    <form id="form1">
    <div>
        <input id="btnButton" type="button" value="Click me"/>
    </div>
    </form>
</body>
</html>

How to write connection string in web.config file and read from it?

Try this After open web.config file in application and add sample db connection in connectionStrings section like this

<connectionStrings>
<add name="yourconnectinstringName" connectionString="Data Source= DatabaseServerName; Integrated Security=true;Initial Catalog= YourDatabaseName; uid=YourUserName; Password=yourpassword; " providerName="System.Data.SqlClient"/>
</connectionStrings >

How do I get an object's unqualified (short) class name?

$shortClassName = join('',array_slice(explode('\\', $longClassName), -1));

How should I edit an Entity Framework connection string?

You normally define your connection strings in Web.config. After generating the edmx the connection string will get stored in the App.Config. If you want to change the connection string go to the app.config and remove all the connection strings. Now go to the edmx, right click on the designer surface, select Update model from database, choose the connection string from the dropdown, Click next, Add or Refresh (select what you want) and finish.

In the output window it will show something like this,

Generated model file: UpostDataModel.edmx. Loading metadata from the database took 00:00:00.4258157. Generating the model took 00:00:01.5623765. Added the connection string to the App.Config file.

RegExp in TypeScript

_x000D_
_x000D_
const regex = /myRegexp/

console.log('Hello myRegexp!'.replace(regex, 'World')) // = Hello World!
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

The Regex literal notation is commonly used to create new instances of RegExp

     regex needs no additional escaping
      v
/    regex   /   gm
^            ^   ^
start      end   optional modifiers

As others sugguested, you can also use the new RegExp('myRegex') constructor.
But you will have to be especially careful with escaping:

regex: 12\d45
matches: 12345

const regex = new RegExp('12\\d45')
const equalRegex = /12\d45/

MS Access DB Engine (32-bit) with Office 64-bit

Even tried all suggestions, in my case (Office x64 - Visual Studio 2017), the only way to have both access engines on a Office 64x installation so you can use it on Visual Studio and using a 2016+ version of Office, is to install the 2010 version of the Engine.

First install the x64 from this page

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=54920

and then the x86 version from this one

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=13255

as from this blog: http://dinesql.blogspot.com/2017/10/microsoft-access-database-engine-2016-Redistributable-Setup-you-cannot-install-the-32-bit-version-You-cannot-install-the-64-bit-version.html

Why do I need to explicitly push a new branch?

If you enable to push new changes from your new branch first time. And getting below error:

*git push -f
fatal: The current branch Coding_Preparation has no upstream branch.

To push the current branch and set the remote as upstream, use

git push -u origin new_branch_name


** Successful Result:** 
 git push -u origin Coding_Preparation
Enumerating objects: 5, done.
Counting objects: 100% (5/5), done.
Delta compression using up to 4 threads
Compressing objects: 100% (3/3), done.
Writing objects: 100% (3/3), 599 bytes | 599.00 KiB/s, done.
Total 3 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0)
remote:
remote: Create a pull request for 'Coding_Preparation' on GitHub by visiting: ...
 * [new branch]      Coding_Preparation -> Coding_Preparation
Branch 'Coding_Preparation' set up to track remote branch 'Coding_Preparation' from 'origin'.

There isn't anything to compare. Nothing to compare, branches are entirely different commit histories

The Short Answer

It looks like GitHub won't let you compare the branches because they don't actually share any of the same history at all, even though they may share much of the same files and code.

Here is a screenshot of the temporary fork I made of your repo, where I tried to compare master with the upstreambranch, like you described. Notice the error message:

Error message screenshot

It says:

There isn't anything to compare.

master and upstreambranch are entirely different commit histories.

The Long Answer

You probably downloaded the original source and added it to a completely new repo instead of cloning the original repo, right? Doing that will make it so that the history of your repo will be completely different from the history of the original repo, since your new repo won't have any of the same commits with the same sha IDs.

You can see that by doing a reverse log of your master branch and the upstreambranch:

# Your first commit, see commit sha
git log --reverse master
commit c548d7b1b16b0350d7fbdb3ff1cfedcb38051397 # <== HERE
Author: Padraic Stack <[email protected]>
Date:   Wed Apr 2 15:11:28 2014 +0100

    First commit of everything

# First commit sha of the original repo
git log --reverse upstreambranch
commit 105a12817234033c45b4dc7522ff3103f473a862 # <== THERE
Author: Jeremy Boggs <[email protected]>
Date:   Mon Feb 22 16:00:53 2010 +0000

    Creates repo directories for the Seasons theme.

Solutions

If you redo your commits on top of the original history, you should then be able to compare the branches. There are several different ways that you can redo your commits, including

git rebase --onto

and

git cherry-pick

You also can redo each commit manually, if you have to.

What is the difference between the HashMap and Map objects in Java?

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Map has the following implementations:

  1. HashMap Map m = new HashMap();

  2. LinkedHashMap Map m = new LinkedHashMap();

  3. Tree Map Map m = new TreeMap();

  4. WeakHashMap Map m = new WeakHashMap();

Suppose you have created one method (this is just pseudocode).

public void HashMap getMap(){
   return map;
}

Suppose your project requirements change:

  1. The method should return map contents - Need to return HashMap.
  2. The method should return map key's in insertion order - Need to change return type HashMap to LinkedHashMap.
  3. The method should return map key's in sorted order - Need to change return type LinkedHashMap to TreeMap.

If your method returns specific classes instead of something that implements the Map interface, you have to change the return type of getMap() method each time.

But if you use the polymorphism feature of Java, and instead of returning specific classes, use the interface Map, it improves code reusability and reduces the impact of requirement changes.

if arguments is equal to this string, define a variable like this string

It seems that you are looking to parse commandline arguments into your bash script. I have searched for this recently myself. I came across the following which I think will assist you in parsing the arguments:

http://rsalveti.wordpress.com/2007/04/03/bash-parsing-arguments-with-getopts/

I added the snippet below as a tl;dr

#using : after a switch variable means it requires some input (ie, t: requires something after t to validate while h requires nothing.
while getopts “ht:r:p:v” OPTION
do
     case $OPTION in
         h)
             usage
             exit 1
             ;;
         t)
             TEST=$OPTARG
             ;;
         r)
             SERVER=$OPTARG
             ;;
         p)
             PASSWD=$OPTARG
             ;;
         v)
             VERBOSE=1
             ;;
         ?)
             usage
             exit
             ;;
     esac
done

if [[ -z $TEST ]] || [[ -z $SERVER ]] || [[ -z $PASSWD ]]
then
     usage
     exit 1
fi

./script.sh -t test -r server -p password -v

How to remove square brackets in string using regex?

You probably don't even need string substitution for that. If your original string is JSON, try:

js> a="['abc','xyz']"
['abc','xyz']
js> eval(a).join(",")
abc,xyz

Be careful with eval, of course.

NoSql vs Relational database

NOSQL has no special advantages over the relational database model. NOSQL does address certain limitations of current SQL DBMSs but it doesn't imply any fundamentally new capabilities over previous data models.

NOSQL means only no SQL (or "not only SQL") but that doesn't mean the same as no relational. A relational database in principle would make a very good NOSQL solution - it's just that none of the current set of NOSQL products uses the relational model.

The localhost page isn’t working localhost is currently unable to handle this request. HTTP ERROR 500

If you are using the codeigniter framework and are testing the project on a localhost, open the main Index.php file of your project folder and find this code:

define('ENVIRONMENT', 'production');

Change it to

define ('ENVIRONMENT', 'development');

Because same this ENVIRONMENT is in your database.php file under config folder. like this:

 'db_debug' => (ENVIRONMENT! == 'development')

So the environment should be the same in both places and problem will be solved.

How to get size in bytes of a CLOB column in Oracle?

Try this one for CLOB sizes bigger than VARCHAR2:

We have to split the CLOB in parts of "VARCHAR2 compatible" sizes, run lengthb through every part of the CLOB data, and summarize all results.

declare
   my_sum int;
begin
   for x in ( select COLUMN, ceil(DBMS_LOB.getlength(COLUMN) / 2000) steps from TABLE ) 
   loop
       my_sum := 0;
       for y in 1 .. x.steps
       loop
          my_sum := my_sum + lengthb(dbms_lob.substr( x.COLUMN, 2000, (y-1)*2000+1 ));
          -- some additional output
          dbms_output.put_line('step:' || y );
          dbms_output.put_line('char length:' || DBMS_LOB.getlength(dbms_lob.substr( x.COLUMN, 2000 , (y-1)*2000+1 )));
          dbms_output.put_line('byte length:' || lengthb(dbms_lob.substr( x.COLUMN, 2000, (y-1)*2000+1 )));
          continue;
        end loop;
        dbms_output.put_line('char summary:' || DBMS_LOB.getlength(x.COLUMN));
        dbms_output.put_line('byte summary:' || my_sum);
        continue;
    end loop;
end;
/

Barcode scanner for mobile phone for Website in form

Check this out: http://qrdroid.com/web-masters.php

You can create a link in your web form, something like:

http://qrdroid.com/scan?q=http://www.your-site.com/your-form.php?code={CODE}

When somebody clicks that link, an app to scan the code will be opened. After the user scans the code, http://www.your-site.com/your-form.php?code={CODE} will be automatically called. You can then make your-form.php read the parameter code to prepopulate the field.

Size of Matrix OpenCV

If you are using the Python wrappers, then (assuming your matrix name is mat):

  • mat.shape gives you an array of the type- [height, width, channels]

  • mat.size gives you the size of the array

Sample Code:

import cv2
mat = cv2.imread('sample.png')
height, width, channel = mat.shape[:3]
size = mat.size

npm install private github repositories by dependency in package.json

Try this:

"dependencies" : {
  "name1" : "git://github.com/user/project.git#commit-ish",
  "name2" : "git://github.com/user/project.git#commit-ish"
}

You could also try this, where visionmedia/express is name/repo:

"dependencies" : {
   "express" : "visionmedia/express"
}

Or (if the npm package module exists):

"dependencies" : {
  "name": "*"
}

Taken from NPM docs

Render HTML in React Native

Edit Jan 2021: The React Native docs currently recommend React Native WebView:

<WebView
    originWhitelist={['*']}
    source={{ html: '<p>Here I am</p>' }}
/>

https://github.com/react-native-webview/react-native-webview


Edit March 2017: the html prop has been deprecated. Use source instead:

<WebView source={{html: '<p>Here I am</p>'}} />

https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/webview.html#html

Thanks to Justin for pointing this out.


Edit Feb 2017: the PR was accepted a while back, so to render HTML in React Native, simply:

<WebView html={'<p>Here I am</p>'} />

Original Answer:

I don't think this is currently possible. The behavior you're seeing is expected, since the Text component only outputs... well, text. You need another component that outputs HTML - and that's the WebView.

Unfortunately right now there's no way of just directly setting the HTML on this component:

https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/506

However I've just created this PR which implements a basic version of this feature so hopefully it'll land in some form soonish.

How to read a text file from server using JavaScript?

I really think your going about this in the wrong manner. Trying to download and parse a +3Mb text file is complete insanity. Why not parse the file on the server side, storing the results viva an ORM to a database(your choice, SQL is good but it also depends on the content key-value data works better on something like CouchDB) then use ajax to parse data on the client end.

Plus, an even better idea would to skip the text file entirely for even better performance if at all possible.

Converting string "true" / "false" to boolean value

You could simply have: var result = (str == "true").

rsync: how can I configure it to create target directory on server?

If you have more than the last leaf directory to be created, you can either run a separate ssh ... mkdir -p first, or use the --rsync-path trick as explained here :

rsync -a --rsync-path="mkdir -p /tmp/x/y/z/ && rsync" $source user@remote:/tmp/x/y/z/

Or use the --relative option as suggested by Tony. In that case, you only specify the root of the destination, which must exist, and not the directory structure of the source, which will be created:

rsync -a --relative /new/x/y/z/ user@remote:/pre_existing/dir/

This way, you will end up with /pre_existing/dir/new/x/y/z/

And if you want to have "y/z/" created, but not inside "new/x/", you can add ./ where you want --relativeto begin:

rsync -a --relative /new/x/./y/z/ user@remote:/pre_existing/dir/

would create /pre_existing/dir/y/z/.

How to get a Static property with Reflection

Ok so the key for me was to use the .FlattenHierarchy BindingFlag. I don't really know why I just added it on a hunch and it started working. So the final solution that allows me to get Public Instance or Static Properties is:

obj.GetType.GetProperty(propName, Reflection.BindingFlags.Public _
  Or Reflection.BindingFlags.Static Or Reflection.BindingFlags.Instance Or _
  Reflection.BindingFlags.FlattenHierarchy)

Is it possible to delete an object's property in PHP?

unset($a->new_property);

This works for array elements, variables, and object attributes.

Example:

$a = new stdClass();

$a->new_property = 'foo';
var_export($a);  // -> stdClass::__set_state(array('new_property' => 'foo'))

unset($a->new_property);
var_export($a);  // -> stdClass::__set_state(array())

Read files from a Folder present in project

string myFile= File.ReadAllLines(Application.StartupPath.ToString() + @"..\..\..\Data\myTxtFile.txt")

How to link C++ program with Boost using CMake

In CMake you could use find_package to find libraries you need. There usually is a FindBoost.cmake along with your CMake installation.

As far as I remember, it will be installed to /usr/share/cmake/Modules/ along with other find-scripts for common libraries. You could just check the documentation in that file for more information about how it works.

An example out of my head:

FIND_PACKAGE( Boost 1.40 COMPONENTS program_options REQUIRED )
INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES( ${Boost_INCLUDE_DIR} )

ADD_EXECUTABLE( anyExecutable myMain.cpp )

TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES( anyExecutable LINK_PUBLIC ${Boost_LIBRARIES} )

I hope this code helps.

Have Excel formulas that return 0, make the result blank

The normal way would be the IF statement, though simpler than your example:

=IF(INDEX(a,b,c),INDEX(a,b,c),"")

No need to do gyrations with the formula, since zero values trigger the false condition.

Why isn't .ico file defined when setting window's icon?

This works for me with Python3 on Linux:

import tkinter as tk

# Create Tk window
root = tk.Tk()

# Add icon from GIF file where my GIF is called 'icon.gif' and
# is in the same directory as this .py file
root.tk.call('wm', 'iconphoto', root._w, tk.PhotoImage(file='icon.gif'))

Structuring online documentation for a REST API

That's a very complex question for a simple answer.

You may want to take a look at existing API frameworks, like Swagger Specification (OpenAPI), and services like apiary.io and apiblueprint.org.

Also, here's an example of the same REST API described, organized and even styled in three different ways. It may be a good start for you to learn from existing common ways.

At the very top level I think quality REST API docs require at least the following:

  • a list of all your API endpoints (base/relative URLs)
  • corresponding HTTP GET/POST/... method type for each endpoint
  • request/response MIME-type (how to encode params and parse replies)
  • a sample request/response, including HTTP headers
  • type and format specified for all params, including those in the URL, body and headers
  • a brief text description and important notes
  • a short code snippet showing the use of the endpoint in popular web programming languages

Also there are a lot of JSON/XML-based doc frameworks which can parse your API definition or schema and generate a convenient set of docs for you. But the choice for a doc generation system depends on your project, language, development environment and many other things.

How to split a file into equal parts, without breaking individual lines?

I made a bash script, that given a number of parts as input, split a file

#!/bin/sh

parts_total="$2";
input="$1";

parts=$((parts_total))
for i in $(seq 0 $((parts_total-2))); do
  lines=$(wc -l "$input" | cut -f 1 -d" ")
  #n is rounded, 1.3 to 2, 1.6 to 2, 1 to 1
  n=$(awk  -v lines=$lines -v parts=$parts 'BEGIN { 
    n = lines/parts;
    rounded = sprintf("%.0f", n);
    if(n>rounded){
      print rounded + 1;
    }else{
      print rounded;
    }
  }');
  head -$n "$input" > split${i}
  tail -$((lines-n)) "$input" > .tmp${i}
  input=".tmp${i}"
  parts=$((parts-1));
done
mv .tmp$((parts_total-2)) split$((parts_total-1))
rm .tmp*

I used head and tail commands, and store in tmp files, for split the files

#10 means 10 parts
sh mysplitXparts.sh input_file 10

or with awk, where 0.1 is 10% => 10 parts, or 0.334 is 3 parts

awk -v size=$(wc -l < input) -v perc=0.1 '{
  nfile = int(NR/(size*perc)); 
  if(nfile >= 1/perc){
    nfile--;
  } 
  print > "split_"nfile
}' input

How to make a Java thread wait for another thread's output?

Requirement ::

  1. To wait execution of next thread until previous finished.
  2. Next thread must not start until previous thread stops, irrespective of time consumption.
  3. It must be simple and easy to use.

Answer ::

@See java.util.concurrent.Future.get() doc.

future.get() Waits if necessary for the computation to complete, and then retrieves its result.

Job Done!! See example below

import java.util.concurrent.Callable;
import java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException;
import java.util.concurrent.ExecutorService;
import java.util.concurrent.Executors;

import org.junit.Test;

public class ThreadTest {

    public void print(String m) {
        System.out.println(m);
    }

    public class One implements Callable<Integer> {

        public Integer call() throws Exception {
            print("One...");
            Thread.sleep(6000);
            print("One!!");
            return 100;
        }
    }

    public class Two implements Callable<String> {

        public String call() throws Exception {
            print("Two...");
            Thread.sleep(1000);
            print("Two!!");
            return "Done";
        }
    }

    public class Three implements Callable<Boolean> {

        public Boolean call() throws Exception {
            print("Three...");
            Thread.sleep(2000);
            print("Three!!");
            return true;
        }
    }

    /**
     * @See java.util.concurrent.Future.get() doc
     *      <p>
     *      Waits if necessary for the computation to complete, and then
     *      retrieves its result.
     */
    @Test
    public void poolRun() throws InterruptedException, ExecutionException {
        int n = 3;
        // Build a fixed number of thread pool
        ExecutorService pool = Executors.newFixedThreadPool(n);
        // Wait until One finishes it's task.
        pool.submit(new One()).get();
        // Wait until Two finishes it's task.
        pool.submit(new Two()).get();
        // Wait until Three finishes it's task.
        pool.submit(new Three()).get();
        pool.shutdown();
    }
}

Output of this program ::

One...
One!!
Two...
Two!!
Three...
Three!!

You can see that takes 6sec before finishing its task which is greater than other thread. So Future.get() waits until the task is done.

If you don't use future.get() it doesn't wait to finish and executes based time consumption.

Good Luck with Java concurrency.

How do I use arrays in C++?

Arrays on the type level

An array type is denoted as T[n] where T is the element type and n is a positive size, the number of elements in the array. The array type is a product type of the element type and the size. If one or both of those ingredients differ, you get a distinct type:

#include <type_traits>

static_assert(!std::is_same<int[8], float[8]>::value, "distinct element type");
static_assert(!std::is_same<int[8],   int[9]>::value, "distinct size");

Note that the size is part of the type, that is, array types of different size are incompatible types that have absolutely nothing to do with each other. sizeof(T[n]) is equivalent to n * sizeof(T).

Array-to-pointer decay

The only "connection" between T[n] and T[m] is that both types can implicitly be converted to T*, and the result of this conversion is a pointer to the first element of the array. That is, anywhere a T* is required, you can provide a T[n], and the compiler will silently provide that pointer:

                  +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+
the_actual_array: |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   int[8]
                  +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+
                    ^
                    |
                    |
                    |
                    |  pointer_to_the_first_element   int*

This conversion is known as "array-to-pointer decay", and it is a major source of confusion. The size of the array is lost in this process, since it is no longer part of the type (T*). Pro: Forgetting the size of an array on the type level allows a pointer to point to the first element of an array of any size. Con: Given a pointer to the first (or any other) element of an array, there is no way to detect how large that array is or where exactly the pointer points to relative to the bounds of the array. Pointers are extremely stupid.

Arrays are not pointers

The compiler will silently generate a pointer to the first element of an array whenever it is deemed useful, that is, whenever an operation would fail on an array but succeed on a pointer. This conversion from array to pointer is trivial, since the resulting pointer value is simply the address of the array. Note that the pointer is not stored as part of the array itself (or anywhere else in memory). An array is not a pointer.

static_assert(!std::is_same<int[8], int*>::value, "an array is not a pointer");

One important context in which an array does not decay into a pointer to its first element is when the & operator is applied to it. In that case, the & operator yields a pointer to the entire array, not just a pointer to its first element. Although in that case the values (the addresses) are the same, a pointer to the first element of an array and a pointer to the entire array are completely distinct types:

static_assert(!std::is_same<int*, int(*)[8]>::value, "distinct element type");

The following ASCII art explains this distinction:

      +-----------------------------------+
      | +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+ |
+---> | |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   | | int[8]
|     | +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+ |
|     +---^-------------------------------+
|         |
|         |
|         |
|         |  pointer_to_the_first_element   int*
|
|  pointer_to_the_entire_array              int(*)[8]

Note how the pointer to the first element only points to a single integer (depicted as a small box), whereas the pointer to the entire array points to an array of 8 integers (depicted as a large box).

The same situation arises in classes and is maybe more obvious. A pointer to an object and a pointer to its first data member have the same value (the same address), yet they are completely distinct types.

If you are unfamiliar with the C declarator syntax, the parenthesis in the type int(*)[8] are essential:

  • int(*)[8] is a pointer to an array of 8 integers.
  • int*[8] is an array of 8 pointers, each element of type int*.

Accessing elements

C++ provides two syntactic variations to access individual elements of an array. Neither of them is superior to the other, and you should familiarize yourself with both.

Pointer arithmetic

Given a pointer p to the first element of an array, the expression p+i yields a pointer to the i-th element of the array. By dereferencing that pointer afterwards, one can access individual elements:

std::cout << *(x+3) << ", " << *(x+7) << std::endl;

If x denotes an array, then array-to-pointer decay will kick in, because adding an array and an integer is meaningless (there is no plus operation on arrays), but adding a pointer and an integer makes sense:

   +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+
x: |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   int[8]
   +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+
     ^           ^               ^
     |           |               |
     |           |               |
     |           |               |
x+0  |      x+3  |          x+7  |     int*

(Note that the implicitly generated pointer has no name, so I wrote x+0 in order to identify it.)

If, on the other hand, x denotes a pointer to the first (or any other) element of an array, then array-to-pointer decay is not necessary, because the pointer on which i is going to be added already exists:

   +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+
   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   int[8]
   +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+
     ^           ^               ^
     |           |               |
     |           |               |
   +-|-+         |               |
x: | | |    x+3  |          x+7  |     int*
   +---+

Note that in the depicted case, x is a pointer variable (discernible by the small box next to x), but it could just as well be the result of a function returning a pointer (or any other expression of type T*).

Indexing operator

Since the syntax *(x+i) is a bit clumsy, C++ provides the alternative syntax x[i]:

std::cout << x[3] << ", " << x[7] << std::endl;

Due to the fact that addition is commutative, the following code does exactly the same:

std::cout << 3[x] << ", " << 7[x] << std::endl;

The definition of the indexing operator leads to the following interesting equivalence:

&x[i]  ==  &*(x+i)  ==  x+i

However, &x[0] is generally not equivalent to x. The former is a pointer, the latter an array. Only when the context triggers array-to-pointer decay can x and &x[0] be used interchangeably. For example:

T* p = &array[0];  // rewritten as &*(array+0), decay happens due to the addition
T* q = array;      // decay happens due to the assignment

On the first line, the compiler detects an assignment from a pointer to a pointer, which trivially succeeds. On the second line, it detects an assignment from an array to a pointer. Since this is meaningless (but pointer to pointer assignment makes sense), array-to-pointer decay kicks in as usual.

Ranges

An array of type T[n] has n elements, indexed from 0 to n-1; there is no element n. And yet, to support half-open ranges (where the beginning is inclusive and the end is exclusive), C++ allows the computation of a pointer to the (non-existent) n-th element, but it is illegal to dereference that pointer:

   +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+....
x: |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   .   int[8]
   +---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+....
     ^                               ^
     |                               |
     |                               |
     |                               |
x+0  |                          x+8  |     int*

For example, if you want to sort an array, both of the following would work equally well:

std::sort(x + 0, x + n);
std::sort(&x[0], &x[0] + n);

Note that it is illegal to provide &x[n] as the second argument since this is equivalent to &*(x+n), and the sub-expression *(x+n) technically invokes undefined behavior in C++ (but not in C99).

Also note that you could simply provide x as the first argument. That is a little too terse for my taste, and it also makes template argument deduction a bit harder for the compiler, because in that case the first argument is an array but the second argument is a pointer. (Again, array-to-pointer decay kicks in.)

What is the function of the push / pop instructions used on registers in x86 assembly?

Where is it pushed on?

esp - 4. More precisely:

  • esp gets subtracted by 4
  • the value is pushed to esp

pop reverses this.

The System V ABI tells Linux to make rsp point to a sensible stack location when the program starts running: What is default register state when program launches (asm, linux)? which is what you should usually use.

How can you push a register?

Minimal GNU GAS example:

.data
    /* .long takes 4 bytes each. */
    val1:
        /* Store bytes 0x 01 00 00 00 here. */
        .long 1
    val2:
        /* 0x 02 00 00 00 */
        .long 2
.text
    /* Make esp point to the address of val2.
     * Unusual, but totally possible. */
    mov $val2, %esp

    /* eax = 3 */
    mov $3, %ea 

    push %eax
    /*
    Outcome:
    - esp == val1
    - val1 == 3
    esp was changed to point to val1,
    and then val1 was modified.
    */

    pop %ebx
    /*
    Outcome:
    - esp == &val2
    - ebx == 3
    Inverses push: ebx gets the value of val1 (first)
    and then esp is increased back to point to val2.
    */

The above on GitHub with runnable assertions.

Why is this needed?

It is true that those instructions could be easily implemented via mov, add and sub.

They reason they exist, is that those combinations of instructions are so frequent, that Intel decided to provide them for us.

The reason why those combinations are so frequent, is that they make it easy to save and restore the values of registers to memory temporarily so they don't get overwritten.

To understand the problem, try compiling some C code by hand.

A major difficulty, is to decide where each variable will be stored.

Ideally, all variables would fit into registers, which is the fastest memory to access (currently about 100x faster than RAM).

But of course, we can easily have more variables than registers, specially for the arguments of nested functions, so the only solution is to write to memory.

We could write to any memory address, but since the local variables and arguments of function calls and returns fit into a nice stack pattern, which prevents memory fragmentation, that is the best way to deal with it. Compare that with the insanity of writing a heap allocator.

Then we let compilers optimize the register allocation for us, since that is NP complete, and one of the hardest parts of writing a compiler. This problem is called register allocation, and it is isomorphic to graph coloring.

When the compiler's allocator is forced to store things in memory instead of just registers, that is known as a spill.

Does this boil down to a single processor instruction or is it more complex?

All we know for sure is that Intel documents a push and a pop instruction, so they are one instruction in that sense.

Internally, it could be expanded to multiple microcodes, one to modify esp and one to do the memory IO, and take multiple cycles.

But it is also possible that a single push is faster than an equivalent combination of other instructions, since it is more specific.

This is mostly un(der)documented:

Laravel - Session store not set on request

Do you can use ->stateless() before the ->redirect(). Then you dont need the session anymore.

How to do a "Save As" in vba code, saving my current Excel workbook with datestamp?

Easiest way to use this function is to start by 'Recording a Macro'. Once you start recording, save the file to the location you want, with the name you want, and then of course set the file type, most likely 'Excel Macro Enabled Workbook' ~ 'XLSM'

Stop recording and you can start inspecting your code.

I wrote the code below which allows you to save a workbook using the path where the file was originally located, naming it as "Event [date in cell "A1"]"

Option Explicit

Sub SaveFile()

Dim fdate As Date
Dim fname As String
Dim path As String

fdate = Range("A1").Value
path = Application.ActiveWorkbook.path

If fdate > 0 Then
    fname = "Event " & fdate
    Application.ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:=path & "\" & fname, _
        FileFormat:=xlOpenXMLWorkbookMacroEnabled, CreateBackup:=False
Else
    MsgBox "Chose a date for the event", vbOKOnly
End If

End Sub

Copy the code into a new module and then write a date in cell "A1" e.g. 01-01-2016 -> assign the sub to a button and run. [Note] you need to make a save file before this script will work, because a new workbook is saved to the default autosave location!

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

plot(t) is in this case the same as

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

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

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

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

Edit:

If you want to plot lines use

plot(t, type="l")

How to format a duration in java? (e.g format H:MM:SS)

This is easier since Java 9. A Duration still isn’t formattable, but methods for getting the hours, minutes and seconds are added, which makes the task somewhat more straightforward:

    LocalDateTime start = LocalDateTime.of(2019, Month.JANUARY, 17, 15, 24, 12);
    LocalDateTime end = LocalDateTime.of(2019, Month.JANUARY, 18, 15, 43, 33);
    Duration diff = Duration.between(start, end);
    String hms = String.format("%d:%02d:%02d", 
                                diff.toHours(), 
                                diff.toMinutesPart(), 
                                diff.toSecondsPart());
    System.out.println(hms);

The output from this snippet is:

24:19:21

How to prove that a problem is NP complete?

You need to reduce an NP-Complete problem to the problem you have. If the reduction can be done in polynomial time then you have proven that your problem is NP-complete, if the problem is already in NP, because:

It is not easier than the NP-complete problem, since it can be reduced to it in polynomial time which makes the problem NP-Hard.

See the end of http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/161/960312.html for more.

How to describe table in SQL Server 2008?

May be this can help:

Use MyTest
Go
select * from information_schema.COLUMNS where TABLE_NAME='employee'

{ where: MyTest= DatabaseName Employee= TableName } --Optional conditions

IIS7: Setup Integrated Windows Authentication like in IIS6

Two-stage authentication is not supported with IIS7 Integrated mode. Authentication is now modularized, so rather than IIS performing authentication followed by asp.net performing authentication, it all happens at the same time.

You can either:

  1. Change the app domain to be in IIS6 classic mode...
  2. Follow this example (old link) of how to fake two-stage authentication with IIS7 integrated mode.
  3. Use Helicon Ape and mod_auth to provide basic authentication

How do I implement IEnumerable<T>

You probably do not want an explicit implementation of IEnumerable<T> (which is what you've shown).

The usual pattern is to use IEnumerable<T>'s GetEnumerator in the explicit implementation of IEnumerable:

class FooCollection : IEnumerable<Foo>, IEnumerable
{
    SomeCollection<Foo> foos;

    // Explicit for IEnumerable because weakly typed collections are Bad
    System.Collections.IEnumerator IEnumerable.GetEnumerator()
    {
        // uses the strongly typed IEnumerable<T> implementation
        return this.GetEnumerator();
    }

    // Normal implementation for IEnumerable<T>
    IEnumerator<Foo> GetEnumerator()
    {
        foreach (Foo foo in this.foos)
        {
            yield return foo;
            //nb: if SomeCollection is not strongly-typed use a cast:
            // yield return (Foo)foo;
            // Or better yet, switch to an internal collection which is
            // strongly-typed. Such as List<T> or T[], your choice.
        }

        // or, as pointed out: return this.foos.GetEnumerator();
    }
}

What is the string length of a GUID?

22 bytes, if you do it like this:

System.Guid guid = System.Guid.NewGuid();
byte[] guidbytes = guid.ToByteArray();
string uuid = Convert.ToBase64String(guidbytes).Trim('=');

How to clear memory to prevent "out of memory error" in excel vba?

Found this thread looking for a solution to my problem. Mine required a different solution that I figured out that might be of use to others. My macro was deleting rows, shifting up, and copying rows to another worksheet. Memory usage was exploding to several gigs and causing "out of memory" after processing around only 4000 records. What solved it for me?

application.screenupdating = false

Added that at the beginning of my code (be sure to make it true again, at the end) I knew that would make it run faster, which it did.. but had no idea about the memory thing.

After making this small change the memory usage didn't exceed 135 mb. Why did that work? No idea really. But it's worth a shot and might apply to you.

Count the cells with same color in google spreadsheet

The previous functions didn't work for me, so I've made another function that use the same logic of one of the answers above: parse the formula in the cell to find the referenced range of cells to examine and than look for the coloured cells. You can find a detailed description here: Google Script count coloured with reference, but the code is below:

function countColoured(reference) {
  var sheet = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet();
  var formula = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveRange().getFormula();
  var args = formula.match(/=\w+\((.*)\)/i)[1].split('!');
  try {
    if (args.length == 1) {
      var range = sheet.getRange(args[0]);
    }
    else {
      sheet = ss.getSheetByName(args[0].replace(/'/g, ''));
      range = sheet.getRange(args[1]);
    }
  }
  catch(e) {
    throw new Error(args.join('!') + ' is not a valid range');
  }
  var c = 0;
  var numRows = range.getNumRows();
  var numCols = range.getNumColumns();
  for (var i = 1; i <= numRows; i++) {
    for (var j = 1; j <= numCols; j++) {
      c = c + ( range.getCell(i,j).getBackground() == "#ffffff" ? 0 : 1 );
    }
  }
  return c > 0 ? c : "" ;
}

"Please try running this command again as Root/Administrator" error when trying to install LESS

This will definitely help. Answer by npm itself. https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/fixing-npm-permissions

Below is extracted from the URL for your convenience.


Option 1: Change the permission to npm's default directory

  1. Find the path to npm's directory:

    npm config get prefix

For many systems, this will be /usr/local.

WARNING: If the displayed path is just /usr, switch to Option 2 or you will mess up your permissions.

  1. Change the owner of npm's directories to the name of the current user (your username!):

    sudo chown -R $(whoami) $(npm config get prefix)/{lib/node_modules,bin,share}

This changes the permissions of the sub-folders used by npm and some other tools (lib/node_modules, bin, and share).


Option 2: Change npm's default directory to another directory

  1. Make a directory for global installations:

    mkdir ~/.npm-global

  2. Configure npm to use the new directory path:

    npm config set prefix '~/.npm-global'

  3. Open or create a ~/.profile file and add this line:

    export PATH=~/.npm-global/bin:$PATH

  4. Back on the command line, update your system variables:

    source ~/.profile

Test: Download a package globally without using sudo.

`npm install -g jshint`

Instead of steps 2-4, you can use the corresponding ENV variable (e.g. if you don't want to modify ~/.profile):

NPM_CONFIG_PREFIX=~/.npm-global


Option 3: Use a package manager that takes care of this for you

If you're doing a fresh install of Node on Mac OS, you can avoid this problem altogether by using the Homebrew package manager. Homebrew sets things up out of the box with the correct permissions.

brew install node

String or binary data would be truncated. The statement has been terminated

When you define varchar etc without a length, the default is 1.

When n is not specified in a data definition or variable declaration statement, the default length is 1. When n is not specified with the CAST function, the default length is 30.

So, if you expect 400 bytes in the @trackingItems1 column from stock, use nvarchar(400).

Otherwise, you are trying to fit >1 character into nvarchar(1) = fail

As a comment, this is bad use of table value function too because it is "multi statement". It can be written like this and it will run better

ALTER FUNCTION [dbo].[testing1](@price int)
RETURNS
AS
   SELECT ta.item, ta.warehouse, ta.price 
   FROM   stock ta
   WHERE  ta.price >= @price;

Of course, you could just use a normal SELECT statement..

Angular JS break ForEach

As far as I know, Angular doesn't provide such a function. You may want to use underscore's find() function for this (it's basically a forEach which breaks out of the loop once the function returns true).

http://underscorejs.org/#find

Custom UITableViewCell from nib in Swift

This line add in TableView cell:

static var nib  : UINib{

           return UINib(nibName: identifier, bundle: nil)

       }

       static var identifier : String{

           return String(describing: self)

       }

    

And register in viewcontroller like



//This line use in viewdid load

tableview.register(TopDealLikedTableViewCell.nib, forCellReuseIdentifier: TopDealLikedTableViewCell.identifier)

// cell for row at indexpath

if let cell = tableView.dequeueReusableCell(withIdentifier:

    TopDealLikedTableViewCell.identifier) as? TopDealLikedTableViewCell{

           return cell

  }

return UITableViewCell()

How to use Google Translate API in my Java application?

Generate your own API key here. Check out the documentation here.

You may need to set up a billing account when you try to enable the Google Cloud Translation API in your account.

Below is a quick start example which translates two English strings to Spanish:

import java.io.IOException;
import java.security.GeneralSecurityException;
import java.util.Arrays;

import com.google.api.client.googleapis.javanet.GoogleNetHttpTransport;
import com.google.api.client.json.gson.GsonFactory;
import com.google.api.services.translate.Translate;
import com.google.api.services.translate.model.TranslationsListResponse;
import com.google.api.services.translate.model.TranslationsResource;

public class QuickstartSample
{
    public static void main(String[] arguments) throws IOException, GeneralSecurityException
    {
        Translate t = new Translate.Builder(
                GoogleNetHttpTransport.newTrustedTransport()
                , GsonFactory.getDefaultInstance(), null)
                // Set your application name
                .setApplicationName("Stackoverflow-Example")
                .build();
        Translate.Translations.List list = t.new Translations().list(
                Arrays.asList(
                        // Pass in list of strings to be translated
                        "Hello World",
                        "How to use Google Translate from Java"),
                // Target language
                "ES");

        // TODO: Set your API-Key from https://console.developers.google.com/
        list.setKey("your-api-key");
        TranslationsListResponse response = list.execute();
        for (TranslationsResource translationsResource : response.getTranslations())
        {
            System.out.println(translationsResource.getTranslatedText());
        }
    }
}

Required maven dependencies for the code snippet:

<dependency>
    <groupId>com.google.cloud</groupId>
    <artifactId>google-cloud-translate</artifactId>
    <version>LATEST</version>
</dependency>

<dependency>
    <groupId>com.google.http-client</groupId>
    <artifactId>google-http-client-gson</artifactId>
    <version>LATEST</version>
</dependency>

Convert NSDate to String in iOS Swift

I always use this code while converting Date to String . (Swift 3)

extension Date
{
    func toString( dateFormat format  : String ) -> String
    {
        let dateFormatter = DateFormatter()
        dateFormatter.dateFormat = format
        return dateFormatter.string(from: self)
    }

}

and call like this . .

let today = Date()
today.toString(dateFormat: "dd-MM")

Trying to add adb to PATH variable OSX

Add to PATH for every login

Total control version:

in your terminal, navigate to home directory

cd

create file .bash_profile

touch .bash_profile

open file with TextEdit

open -e .bash_profile

insert line into TextEdit

export PATH=$PATH:/Users/username/Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools/

save file and reload file

source ~/.bash_profile

check if adb was set into path

adb version


One liner version

Echo your export command and redirect the output to be appended to .bash_profile file and restart terminal. (have not verified this but should work)

echo "export PATH=$PATH:/Users/username/Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools/ sdk/platform-tools/" >> ~/.bash_profile

how to iterate through dictionary in a dictionary in django template?

Lets say your data is -

data = {'a': [ [1, 2] ], 'b': [ [3, 4] ],'c':[ [5,6]] }

You can use the data.items() method to get the dictionary elements. Note, in django templates we do NOT put (). Also some users mentioned values[0] does not work, if that is the case then try values.items.

<table>
    <tr>
        <td>a</td>
        <td>b</td>
        <td>c</td>
    </tr>

    {% for key, values in data.items %}
    <tr>
        <td>{{key}}</td>
        {% for v in values[0] %}
        <td>{{v}}</td>
        {% endfor %}
    </tr>
    {% endfor %}
</table>

Am pretty sure you can extend this logic to your specific dict.


To iterate over dict keys in a sorted order - First we sort in python then iterate & render in django template.

return render_to_response('some_page.html', {'data': sorted(data.items())})

In template file:

{% for key, value in data %}
    <tr>
        <td> Key: {{ key }} </td> 
        <td> Value: {{ value }} </td>
    </tr>
{% endfor %}

IOException: Too many open files

Don't know the nature of your app, but I have seen this error manifested multiple times because of a connection pool leak, so that would be worth checking out. On Linux, socket connections consume file descriptors as well as file system files. Just a thought.

Multidimensional Lists in C#

It's old but thought I'd add my two cents... Not sure if it will work but try using a KeyValuePair:

 List<KeyValuePair<?, ?>> LinkList = new List<KeyValuePair<?, ?>>();
 LinkList.Add(new KeyValuePair<?, ?>(Object, Object));

You'll end up with something like this:

 LinkList[0] = <Object, Object>
 LinkList[1] = <Object, Object>
 LinkList[2] = <Object, Object>

and so on...

Convert js Array() to JSon object for use with JQuery .ajax

If the array is already defined, you can create a json object by looping through the elements of the array which you can then post to the server, but if you are creating the array as for the case above, just create a json object instead as sugested by Paolo Bergantino

    var saveData = Array();
    saveData["a"] = 2;
    saveData["c"] = 1;
    
    //creating a json object
    var jObject={};
    for(i in saveData)
    {
        jObject[i] = saveData[i];
    }

    //Stringify this object and send it to the server
    
    jObject= YAHOO.lang.JSON.stringify(jObject);
    $.ajax({
            type:'post',
           cache:false,
             url:"salvaPreventivo.php",
            data:{jObject:  jObject}
    });
    
    // reading the data at the server
    <?php
    $data = json_decode($_POST['jObject'], true);
    print_r($data);
    ?>

    //for jObject= YAHOO.lang.JSON.stringify(jObject); to work,
    //include the follwing files

    //<!-- Dependencies -->
    //<script src="http://yui.yahooapis.com/2.9.0/build/yahoo/yahoo-min.js"></script>

    //<!-- Source file -->
    //<script src="http://yui.yahooapis.com/2.9.0/build/json/json-min.js"></script>

Hope this helps

How to find numbers from a string?

I was looking for the answer of the same question but for a while I found my own solution and I wanted to share it for other people who will need those codes in the future. Here is another solution without function.

Dim control As Boolean
Dim controlval As String
Dim resultval As String
Dim i as Integer

controlval = "A1B2C3D4"

For i = 1 To Len(controlval)
control = IsNumeric(Mid(controlval, i, 1))
If control = True Then resultval = resultval & Mid(controlval, i, 1)
Next i

resultval = 1234

How can I disable editing cells in a WPF Datagrid?

If you want to disable editing the entire grid, you can set IsReadOnly to true on the grid. If you want to disable user to add new rows, you set the property CanUserAddRows="False"

<DataGrid IsReadOnly="True" CanUserAddRows="False" />

Further more you can set IsReadOnly on individual columns to disable editing.

slf4j: how to log formatted message, object array, exception

In addition to @Ceki 's answer, If you are using logback and setup a config file in your project (usually logback.xml), you can define the log to plot the stack trace as well using

<encoder>
    <pattern>%date |%-5level| [%thread] [%file:%line] - %msg%n%ex{full}</pattern> 
</encoder>

the %ex in pattern is what makes the difference

Android studio Gradle icon error, Manifest Merger

Within the AndroidManifest.xml file, add the following to the application node:

tools:replace="android:appComponentFactory,android:icon,android:theme,android:label,android:name"

How to debug ORA-01775: looping chain of synonyms?

Try this select to find the problematic synonyms, it lists all synonyms that are pointing to an object that does not exist (tables,views,sequences,packages, procedures, functions)

SELECT *
FROM dba_synonyms
WHERE table_owner = 'USER'
    AND (
        NOT EXISTS (
            SELECT *
            FROM dba_tables
            WHERE dba_synonyms.table_name = dba_tables.TABLE_NAME
            )
        AND NOT EXISTS (
            SELECT *
            FROM dba_views
            WHERE dba_synonyms.table_name = dba_views.VIEW_NAME
            )
        AND NOT EXISTS (
            SELECT *
            FROM dba_sequences
            WHERE dba_synonyms.table_name = dba_sequences.sequence_NAME
            )
        AND NOT EXISTS (
            SELECT *
            FROM dba_dependencies
            WHERE type IN (
                    'PACKAGE'
                    ,'PROCEDURE'
                    ,'FUNCTION'
                    )
                AND dba_synonyms.table_name = dba_dependencies.NAME
            )
        )

Difference between break and continue statement

Excellent answer simple and accurate.

I would add a code sample.

C:\oreyes\samples\java\breakcontinue>type BreakContinue.java

    class BreakContinue {

        public static void main( String [] args ) {

               for( int i = 0 ; i < 10 ; i++ ) {

                     if( i % 2 == 0) { // if pair, will jump
                         continue; // don't go to "System.out.print" below.
                     }

                     System.out.println("The number is " + i );

                     if( i == 7 ) {
                         break; // will end the execution, 8,9 wont be processed
                      }

               }
        }

    }

C:\oreyes\samples\java\breakcontinue>java BreakContinue
The number is 1
The number is 3
The number is 5
The number is 7

Converting string to date in mongodb

Using MongoDB 4.0 and newer

The $toDate operator will convert the value to a date. If the value cannot be converted to a date, $toDate errors. If the value is null or missing, $toDate returns null:

You can use it within an aggregate pipeline as follows:

db.collection.aggregate([
    { "$addFields": {
        "created_at": {
            "$toDate": "$created_at"
        }
    } }
])

The above is equivalent to using the $convert operator as follows:

db.collection.aggregate([
    { "$addFields": {
        "created_at": { 
            "$convert": { 
                "input": "$created_at", 
                "to": "date" 
            } 
        }
    } }
])

Using MongoDB 3.6 and newer

You cab also use the $dateFromString operator which converts the date/time string to a date object and has options for specifying the date format as well as the timezone:

db.collection.aggregate([
    { "$addFields": {
        "created_at": { 
            "$dateFromString": { 
                "dateString": "$created_at",
                "format": "%m-%d-%Y" /* <-- option available only in version 4.0. and newer */
            } 
        }
    } }
])

Using MongoDB versions >= 2.6 and < 3.2

If MongoDB version does not have the native operators that do the conversion, you would need to manually iterate the cursor returned by the find() method by either using the forEach() method or the cursor method next() to access the documents. Withing the loop, convert the field to an ISODate object and then update the field using the $set operator, as in the following example where the field is called created_at and currently holds the date in string format:

var cursor = db.collection.find({"created_at": {"$exists": true, "$type": 2 }}); 
while (cursor.hasNext()) { 
    var doc = cursor.next(); 
    db.collection.update(
        {"_id" : doc._id}, 
        {"$set" : {"created_at" : new ISODate(doc.created_at)}}
    ) 
};

For improved performance especially when dealing with large collections, take advantage of using the Bulk API for bulk updates as you will be sending the operations to the server in batches of say 1000 which gives you a better performance as you are not sending every request to the server, just once in every 1000 requests.

The following demonstrates this approach, the first example uses the Bulk API available in MongoDB versions >= 2.6 and < 3.2. It updates all the documents in the collection by changing the created_at fields to date fields:

var bulk = db.collection.initializeUnorderedBulkOp(),
    counter = 0;

db.collection.find({"created_at": {"$exists": true, "$type": 2 }}).forEach(function (doc) {
    var newDate = new ISODate(doc.created_at);
    bulk.find({ "_id": doc._id }).updateOne({ 
        "$set": { "created_at": newDate}
    });

    counter++;
    if (counter % 1000 == 0) {
        bulk.execute(); // Execute per 1000 operations and re-initialize every 1000 update statements
        bulk = db.collection.initializeUnorderedBulkOp();
    }
})
// Clean up remaining operations in queue
if (counter % 1000 != 0) { bulk.execute(); }

Using MongoDB 3.2

The next example applies to the new MongoDB version 3.2 which has since deprecated the Bulk API and provided a newer set of apis using bulkWrite():

var bulkOps = [],
    cursor = db.collection.find({"created_at": {"$exists": true, "$type": 2 }});

cursor.forEach(function (doc) { 
    var newDate = new ISODate(doc.created_at);
    bulkOps.push(         
        { 
            "updateOne": { 
                "filter": { "_id": doc._id } ,              
                "update": { "$set": { "created_at": newDate } } 
            }         
        }           
    );

    if (bulkOps.length === 500) {
        db.collection.bulkWrite(bulkOps);
        bulkOps = [];
    }     
});

if (bulkOps.length > 0) db.collection.bulkWrite(bulkOps);

Is either GET or POST more secure than the other?

Even POST accepts GET requests. Assume you have a form having inputs like user.name and user.passwd, those are supposed to support user name and password. If we simply add a ?user.name="my user&user.passwd="my password", then request will be accepted by "bypassing the logon page".

A solution for this is to implement filters (java filters as an e) on server side and detect no string queries are passed as GET arguments.

2D character array initialization in C

How to create an array size 5 containing pointers to characters:

char *array_of_pointers[ 5 ];        //array size 5 containing pointers to char
char m = 'm';                        //character value holding the value 'm'
array_of_pointers[0] = &m;           //assign m ptr into the array position 0.
printf("%c", *array_of_pointers[0]); //get the value of the pointer to m

How to create a pointer to an array of characters:

char (*pointer_to_array)[ 5 ];        //A pointer to an array containing 5 chars
char m = 'm';                         //character value holding the value 'm'
*pointer_to_array[0] = m;             //dereference array and put m in position 0
printf("%c", (*pointer_to_array)[0]); //dereference array and get position 0

How to create an 2D array containing pointers to characters:

char *array_of_pointers[5][2];          
//An array size 5 containing arrays size 2 containing pointers to char

char m = 'm';                           
//character value holding the value 'm'

array_of_pointers[4][1] = &m;           
//Get position 4 of array, then get position 1, then put m ptr in there.

printf("%c", *array_of_pointers[4][1]); 
//Get position 4 of array, then get position 1 and dereference it.

How to create a pointer to an 2D array of characters:

char (*pointer_to_array)[5][2];
//A pointer to an array size 5 each containing arrays size 2 which hold chars

char m = 'm';                            
//character value holding the value 'm'

(*pointer_to_array)[4][1] = m;           
//dereference array, Get position 4, get position 1, put m there.

printf("%c", (*pointer_to_array)[4][1]); 
//dereference array, Get position 4, get position 1

To help you out with understanding how humans should read complex C/C++ declarations read this: http://www.programmerinterview.com/index.php/c-cplusplus/c-declarations/

How can I use jQuery in Greasemonkey?

If you want to use jQuery on a site where it is already included, this is the way to go (inspired by BrunoLM):

var $ = unsafeWindow.jQuery;

I know this wasn't the original intent of the question, but it is increasingly becoming a common case and you didn't explicitly exclude this case. ;)

How to set breakpoints in inline Javascript in Google Chrome?

I was having the same problem too, how to debug JavaScript that is inside <script> tags. But then I found it under the Sources tab, called "(index)", with parenthesis. Click the line number to set breakpoints.

enter image description here

This is Chrome 71.

How can I make a clickable link in an NSAttributedString?

Swift 3 example to detect actions on attributed text taps

https://stackoverflow.com/a/44226491/5516830

let termsAndConditionsURL = TERMS_CONDITIONS_URL;
let privacyURL            = PRIVACY_URL;

override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()

    self.txtView.delegate = self
    let str = "By continuing, you accept the Terms of use and Privacy policy"
    let attributedString = NSMutableAttributedString(string: str)
    var foundRange = attributedString.mutableString.range(of: "Terms of use") //mention the parts of the attributed text you want to tap and get an custom action
    attributedString.addAttribute(NSLinkAttributeName, value: termsAndConditionsURL, range: foundRange)
    foundRange = attributedString.mutableString.range(of: "Privacy policy")
    attributedString.addAttribute(NSLinkAttributeName, value: privacyURL, range: foundRange)
    txtView.attributedText = attributedString
}

func textView(_ textView: UITextView, shouldInteractWith URL: URL, in characterRange: NSRange) -> Bool {
    let storyboard = UIStoryboard(name: "Main", bundle: nil)
    let vc = storyboard.instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: "WebView") as! SKWebViewController

    if (URL.absoluteString == termsAndConditionsURL) {
        vc.strWebURL = TERMS_CONDITIONS_URL
        self.navigationController?.pushViewController(vc, animated: true)
    } else if (URL.absoluteString == privacyURL) {
        vc.strWebURL = PRIVACY_URL
        self.navigationController?.pushViewController(vc, animated: true)
    }
    return false
}

Like wise you can add any action you want with shouldInteractWith URLUITextFieldDelegate method.

Cheers!!

Are arrays in PHP copied as value or as reference to new variables, and when passed to functions?

This thread is a bit older but here something I just came across:

Try this code:

$date = new DateTime();
$arr = ['date' => $date];

echo $date->format('Ymd') . '<br>';
mytest($arr);
echo $date->format('Ymd') . '<br>';

function mytest($params = []) {
    if (isset($params['date'])) {
        $params['date']->add(new DateInterval('P1D'));
    }
}

http://codepad.viper-7.com/gwPYMw

Note there is no amp for the $params parameter and still it changes the value of $arr['date']. This doesn't really match with all the other explanations here and what I thought until now.

If I clone the $params['date'] object, the 2nd outputted date stays the same. If I just set it to a string it doesn't effect the output either.

Using SVG as background image

Try placing it on your body

body {
    height: 100%;
    background-image: url(../img/bg.svg);
    background-size:100% 100%;
    -o-background-size: 100% 100%;
    -webkit-background-size: 100% 100%;
    background-size:cover;
}

How to create a string with format?

First read Official documentation for Swift language.

Answer should be

var str = "\(INT_VALUE) , \(FLOAT_VALUE) , \(DOUBLE_VALUE), \(STRING_VALUE)"
println(str)

Here

1) Any floating point value by default double

EX.
 var myVal = 5.2 // its double by default;

-> If you want to display floating point value then you need to explicitly define such like a

 EX.
     var myVal:Float = 5.2 // now its float value;

This is far more clear.

INSERT INTO vs SELECT INTO

Select into creates new table for you at the time and then insert records in it from the source table. The newly created table has the same structure as of the source table.If you try to use select into for a existing table it will produce a error, because it will try to create new table with the same name. Insert into requires the table to be exist in your database before you insert rows in it.

How to delete/unset the properties of a javascript object?

simply use delete, but be aware that you should read fully what the effects are of using this:

 delete object.index; //true
 object.index; //undefined

but if I was to use like so:

var x = 1; //1
delete x; //false
x; //1

but if you do wish to delete variables in the global namespace, you can use it's global object such as window, or using this in the outermost scope i.e

var a = 'b';
delete a; //false
delete window.a; //true
delete this.a; //true

http://perfectionkills.com/understanding-delete/

another fact is that using delete on an array will not remove the index but only set the value to undefined, meaning in certain control structures such as for loops, you will still iterate over that entity, when it comes to array's you should use splice which is a prototype of the array object.

Example Array:

var myCars=new Array();
myCars[0]="Saab";
myCars[1]="Volvo";
myCars[2]="BMW";

if I was to do:

delete myCars[1];

the resulting array would be:

["Saab", undefined, "BMW"]

but using splice like so:

myCars.splice(1,1);

would result in:

["Saab", "BMW"]

Simulate limited bandwidth from within Chrome?

I'd recommend Charles Proxy - you can choose to slowdown individual sites, also has a whole bunch of HTTP inspection tools.

Edit:

As of June 2014, Chrome now has the ability to do this natively in DevTools - you'll need Chrome 38 though.

The option is accessible from the Network tab via a drop down at the end of the toolbar.

How to sort List of objects by some property

Since Java8 this can be done even cleaner using a combination of Comparator and Lambda expressions

For Example:

class Student{

    private String name;
    private List<Score> scores;

    // +accessor methods
}

class Score {

    private int grade;
    // +accessor methods
}

    Collections.sort(student.getScores(), Comparator.comparing(Score::getGrade);

Ansible - Use default if a variable is not defined

If you are assigning default value for boolean fact then ensure that no quotes is used inside default().

- name: create bool default
  set_fact:
    name: "{{ my_bool | default(true) }}"

For other variables used the same method given in verified answer.

- name: Create user
  user:
    name: "{{ my_variable | default('default_value') }}"

How to create a custom-shaped bitmap marker with Android map API v2

In the Google Maps API v2 Demo there is a MarkerDemoActivity class in which you can see how a custom Image is set to a GoogleMap.

// Uses a custom icon.
mSydney = mMap.addMarker(new MarkerOptions()
    .position(SYDNEY)
    .title("Sydney")
    .snippet("Population: 4,627,300")
    .icon(BitmapDescriptorFactory.fromResource(R.drawable.arrow)));

As this just replaces the marker with an image you might want to use a Canvas to draw more complex and fancier stuff:

Bitmap.Config conf = Bitmap.Config.ARGB_8888;
Bitmap bmp = Bitmap.createBitmap(80, 80, conf);
Canvas canvas1 = new Canvas(bmp);

// paint defines the text color, stroke width and size
Paint color = new Paint();
color.setTextSize(35);
color.setColor(Color.BLACK);

// modify canvas
canvas1.drawBitmap(BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(),
    R.drawable.user_picture_image), 0,0, color);
canvas1.drawText("User Name!", 30, 40, color);

// add marker to Map
mMap.addMarker(new MarkerOptions()
    .position(USER_POSITION)
    .icon(BitmapDescriptorFactory.fromBitmap(bmp))
    // Specifies the anchor to be at a particular point in the marker image.
    .anchor(0.5f, 1));

This draws the Canvas canvas1 onto the GoogleMap mMap. The code should (mostly) speak for itself, there are many tutorials out there how to draw a Canvas. You can start by looking at the Canvas and Drawables from the Android Developer page.

Now you also want to download a picture from an URL.

URL url = new URL(user_image_url);
HttpURLConnection conn = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();   
conn.setDoInput(true);   
conn.connect();     
InputStream is = conn.getInputStream();
bmImg = BitmapFactory.decodeStream(is); 

You must download the image from an background thread (you could use AsyncTask or Volley or RxJava for that).

After that you can replace the BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(), R.drawable.user_picture_image) with your downloaded image bmImg.

Adding a Button to a WPF DataGrid

First create a DataGridTemplateColumn to contain the button:

<DataGridTemplateColumn>
  <DataGridTemplateColumn.CellTemplate> 
    <DataTemplate> 
      <Button Click="ShowHideDetails">Details</Button> 
    </DataTemplate> 
  </DataGridTemplateColumn.CellTemplate> 
</DataGridTemplateColumn>

When the button is clicked, update the containing DataGridRow's DetailsVisibility:

void ShowHideDetails(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
    for (var vis = sender as Visual; vis != null; vis = VisualTreeHelper.GetParent(vis) as Visual)
    if (vis is DataGridRow)
    {
        var row = (DataGridRow)vis;
        row.DetailsVisibility = 
        row.DetailsVisibility == Visibility.Visible ? Visibility.Collapsed : Visibility.Visible;
        break;
    }
}

HTTP authentication logout via PHP

Typically, once a browser has asked the user for credentials and supplied them to a particular web site, it will continue to do so without further prompting. Unlike the various ways you can clear cookies on the client side, I don't know of a similar way to ask the browser to forget its supplied authentication credentials.

jQuery: Get the cursor position of text in input without browser specific code?

You can't do this without some browser specific code, since they implement text select ranged slightly differently. However, there are plugins that abstract this away. For exactly what you're after, there's the jQuery Caret (jCaret) plugin.

For your code to get the position you could do something like this:

$("#myTextInput").bind("keydown keypress mousemove", function() {
  alert("Current position: " + $(this).caret().start);
});

You can test it here.

How to delete $_POST variable upon pressing 'Refresh' button on browser with PHP?

try

unset($_POST);
unset($_REQUEST);
header('Location: ...');

it worked for me

css 'pointer-events' property alternative for IE

You can also just "not" add a url inside the <a> tag, i do this for menus that are <a> tag driven with drop downs as well. If there is not drop down then i add the url but if there are drop downs with a <ul> <li> list i just remove it.

Single vs double quotes in JSON

As said, JSON is not Python syntax. You need to use double quotes in JSON. Its creator is (in-)famous for using strict subsets of allowable syntax to ease programmer cognitive overload.


Below can fail if one of the JSON strings itself contains a single quote as pointed out by @Jiaaro. DO NOT USE. Left here as an example of what does not work.

It is really useful to know that there are no single quotes in a JSON string. Say, you copied and pasted it from a browser console/whatever. Then, you can just type

a = json.loads('very_long_json_string_pasted_here')

This might otherwise break if it used single quotes, too.

Positioning the colorbar

using padding pad

In order to move the colorbar relative to the subplot, one may use the pad argument to fig.colorbar.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np; np.random.seed(1)

fig, ax = plt.subplots(figsize=(4,4))
im = ax.imshow(np.random.rand(11,16))
ax.set_xlabel("x label")

fig.colorbar(im, orientation="horizontal", pad=0.2)
plt.show()

enter image description here

using an axes divider

One can use an instance of make_axes_locatable to divide the axes and create a new axes which is perfectly aligned to the image plot. Again, the pad argument would allow to set the space between the two axes.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from mpl_toolkits.axes_grid1 import make_axes_locatable
import numpy as np; np.random.seed(1)

fig, ax = plt.subplots(figsize=(4,4))
im = ax.imshow(np.random.rand(11,16))
ax.set_xlabel("x label")

divider = make_axes_locatable(ax)
cax = divider.new_vertical(size="5%", pad=0.7, pack_start=True)
fig.add_axes(cax)
fig.colorbar(im, cax=cax, orientation="horizontal")

plt.show()

enter image description here

using subplots

One can directly create two rows of subplots, one for the image and one for the colorbar. Then, setting the height_ratios as gridspec_kw={"height_ratios":[1, 0.05]} in the figure creation, makes one of the subplots much smaller in height than the other and this small subplot can host the colorbar.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np; np.random.seed(1)

fig, (ax, cax) = plt.subplots(nrows=2,figsize=(4,4), 
                  gridspec_kw={"height_ratios":[1, 0.05]})
im = ax.imshow(np.random.rand(11,16))
ax.set_xlabel("x label")

fig.colorbar(im, cax=cax, orientation="horizontal")

plt.show()

enter image description here

restart mysql server on windows 7

Ctrl + alt +delete to start TASK MANAGER ,choose Service ,Then you will find MySQL, click that item by right click,then choose start, your MySQL Server will start!

Git copy changes from one branch to another

git checkout BranchB
git merge BranchA
git push origin BranchB

This is all if you intend to not merge your changes back to master. Generally it is a good practice to merge all your changes back to master, and create new branches off of that.

Also, after the merge command, you will have some conflicts, which you will have to edit manually and fix.

Make sure you are in the branch where you want to copy all the changes to. git merge will take the branch you specify and merge it with the branch you are currently in.

How can I convert ArrayList<Object> to ArrayList<String>?

Using guava:

List<String> stringList=Lists.transform(list,new Function<Object,String>(){
    @Override
    public String apply(Object arg0) {
        if(arg0!=null)
            return arg0.toString();
        else
            return "null";
    }
});

How to host a Node.Js application in shared hosting

A2 Hosting permits node.js on their shared hosting accounts. I can vouch that I've had a positive experience with them.

Here are instructions in their KnowledgeBase for installing node.js using Apache/LiteSpeed as a reverse proxy: https://www.a2hosting.com/kb/installable-applications/manual-installations/installing-node-js-on-managed-hosting-accounts . It takes about 30 minutes to set up the configuration, and it'll work with npm, Express, MySQL, etc.

See a2hosting.com.

HTML: how to make 2 tables with different CSS

In your html

<table class="table1">
<tr>
<td>
...
</table>

<table class="table2">

<tr>
<td>
...
</table>

In your css:

table.table1 {...}
table.table1 tr {...}
table.table1 td {...}

table.table2 {...}
table.table2 tr {...}
table.table2 td {...}

There is an error in XML document (1, 41)

Agreed with the answer from sll, but experienced another hurdle which was having specified a namespace in the attributes, when receiving the return xml that namespace wasn't included and thus failed finding the class.

i had to find a workaround to specifying the namespace in the attribute and it worked.

ie.

[Serializable()]
    [XmlRoot("Patient", Namespace = "http://www.xxxx.org/TargetNamespace")]
    public class Patient

generated

<Patient xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns="http://www.xxxx.org/TargetNamespace">

but I had to change it to

[Serializable()]
[XmlRoot("Patient")]
public class Patient

which generated to

<Patient xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">

This solved my problem, hope it helps someone else.

How to split a string to 2 strings in C

This is how you implement a strtok() like function (taken from a BSD licensed string processing library for C, called zString).

Below function differs from the standard strtok() in the way it recognizes consecutive delimiters, whereas the standard strtok() does not.

char *zstring_strtok(char *str, const char *delim) {
    static char *static_str=0;      /* var to store last address */
    int index=0, strlength=0;       /* integers for indexes */
    int found = 0;                  /* check if delim is found */

    /* delimiter cannot be NULL
    * if no more char left, return NULL as well
    */
    if (delim==0 || (str == 0 && static_str == 0))
        return 0;

    if (str == 0)
        str = static_str;

    /* get length of string */
    while(str[strlength])
        strlength++;

    /* find the first occurance of delim */
    for (index=0;index<strlength;index++)
        if (str[index]==delim[0]) {
            found=1;
            break;
        }

    /* if delim is not contained in str, return str */
    if (!found) {
        static_str = 0;
        return str;
    }

    /* check for consecutive delimiters
    *if first char is delim, return delim
    */
    if (str[0]==delim[0]) {
        static_str = (str + 1);
        return (char *)delim;
    }

    /* terminate the string
    * this assignmetn requires char[], so str has to
    * be char[] rather than *char
    */
    str[index] = '\0';

    /* save the rest of the string */
    if ((str + index + 1)!=0)
        static_str = (str + index + 1);
    else
        static_str = 0;

        return str;
}

Below is an example code that demonstrates the usage

  Example Usage
      char str[] = "A,B,,,C";
      printf("1 %s\n",zstring_strtok(s,","));
      printf("2 %s\n",zstring_strtok(NULL,","));
      printf("3 %s\n",zstring_strtok(NULL,","));
      printf("4 %s\n",zstring_strtok(NULL,","));
      printf("5 %s\n",zstring_strtok(NULL,","));
      printf("6 %s\n",zstring_strtok(NULL,","));

  Example Output
      1 A
      2 B
      3 ,
      4 ,
      5 C
      6 (null)

You can even use a while loop (standard library's strtok() would give the same result here)

char s[]="some text here;
do {
    printf("%s\n",zstring_strtok(s," "));
} while(zstring_strtok(NULL," "));

Visual Studio Code open tab in new window

With Visual Studio 1.43 (Q1 2020), the Ctrl+K then O keyboard shortcut will work for a file.

See issue 89989:

It should be possible to e.g. invoke the "Open Active File in New Window" command and open that file into an empty workspace in the web.

new windows -- https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/900690/73733120-aa0f6680-473b-11ea-8bcd-f2f71b75b496.png

How to color System.out.println output?

This has worked for me:

System.out.println((char)27 + "[31mThis text would show up red" + (char)27 + "[0m");

You need the ending "[37m" to return the color to white (or whatever you were using). If you don't it may make everything that follows "red".

ValueError: could not convert string to float: id

I solved the similar situation with basic technique using pandas. First load the csv or text file using pandas.It's pretty simple

data=pd.read_excel('link to the file')

Then set the index of data to the respected column that needs to be changed. For example, if your data has ID as one attribute or column, then set index to ID.

 data = data.set_index("ID")

Then delete all the rows with "id" as the value instead of number using following command.

  data = data.drop("id", axis=0). 

Hope, this will help you.

How to check the maximum number of allowed connections to an Oracle database?

Use gv$session for RAC, if you want get the total number of session across the cluster.

How to convert webpage into PDF by using Python

This solution worked for me using PyQt5 version 5.15.0

import sys
from PyQt5 import QtWidgets, QtWebEngineWidgets
from PyQt5.QtCore import QUrl
from PyQt5.QtGui import QPageLayout, QPageSize
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QApplication

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app = QtWidgets.QApplication(sys.argv)
    loader = QtWebEngineWidgets.QWebEngineView()
    loader.setZoomFactor(1)
    layout = QPageLayout()
    layout.setPageSize(QPageSize(QPageSize.A4Extra))
    layout.setOrientation(QPageLayout.Portrait)
    loader.load(QUrl('https://stackoverflow.com/questions/23359083/how-to-convert-webpage-into-pdf-by-using-python'))
    loader.page().pdfPrintingFinished.connect(lambda *args: QApplication.exit())

    def emit_pdf(finished):
        loader.page().printToPdf("test.pdf", pageLayout=layout)

    loader.loadFinished.connect(emit_pdf)
    sys.exit(app.exec_())

How to create a Rectangle object in Java using g.fillRect method

You may try like this:

import java.applet.Applet;
import java.awt.*;

public class Rect1 extends Applet {

  public void paint (Graphics g) {
    g.drawRect (x, y, width, height);    //can use either of the two//
    g.fillRect (x, y, width, height);
    g.setColor(color);
  }

}

where x is x co-ordinate y is y cordinate color=the color you want to use eg Color.blue

if you want to use rectangle object you could do it like this:

import java.applet.Applet;
import java.awt.*;

public class Rect1 extends Applet {

  public void paint (Graphics g) {    
    Rectangle r = new Rectangle(arg,arg1,arg2,arg3);
    g.fillRect(r.getX(), r.getY(), r.getWidth(), r.getHeight());
    g.setColor(color);
  }
}       

ReactJS: Maximum update depth exceeded error

1.If we want to pass argument in the call then we need to call the method like below As we are using arrow functions no need to bind the method in cunstructor.

onClick={() => this.save(id)} 

when we bind the method in constructor like this

this.save= this.save.bind(this);

then we need to call the method without passing any argument like below

onClick={this.save}

and we try to pass argument while calling the function as shown below then error comes like maximum depth exceeded.

 onClick={this.save(id)}

Syntax for a for loop in ruby

If you don't need to access your array, (just a simple for loop) you can use upto or each :

Upto:

1.9.3p392 :030 > 2.upto(4) {|i| puts i}
2
3
4
 => 2 

Each:

1.9.3p392 :031 > (2..4).each {|i| puts i}
2
3
4
 => 2..4 

How can I run a windows batch file but hide the command window?

Use Bat To Exe Converter and compile the Bat file as an executable.

Steps:

  1. Open Bat to Exe Converter
  2. Select your Bat file
  3. In the options select "Invisible Application"
  4. Finish by pressing the compile button

Find unused npm packages in package.json

As other answer mentioned depcheck is good for check unused dependecies in your porject. Use npm outdated command to check the outdated library.

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Differences Between vbLf, vbCrLf & vbCr Constants

The three constants have similar functions nowadays, but different historical origins, and very occasionally you may be required to use one or the other.

You need to think back to the days of old manual typewriters to get the origins of this. There are two distinct actions needed to start a new line of text:

  1. move the typing head back to the left. In practice in a typewriter this is done by moving the roll which carries the paper (the "carriage") all the way back to the right -- the typing head is fixed. This is a carriage return.
  2. move the paper up by the width of one line. This is a line feed.

In computers, these two actions are represented by two different characters - carriage return is CR, ASCII character 13, vbCr; line feed is LF, ASCII character 10, vbLf. In the old days of teletypes and line printers, the printer needed to be sent these two characters -- traditionally in the sequence CRLF -- to start a new line, and so the CRLF combination -- vbCrLf -- became a traditional line ending sequence, in some computing environments.

The problem was, of course, that it made just as much sense to only use one character to mark the line ending, and have the terminal or printer perform both the carriage return and line feed actions automatically. And so before you knew it, we had 3 different valid line endings: LF alone (used in Unix and Macintoshes), CR alone (apparently used in older Mac OSes) and the CRLF combination (used in DOS, and hence in Windows). This in turn led to the complications of DOS / Windows programs having the option of opening files in text mode, where any CRLF pair read from the file was converted to a single CR (and vice versa when writing).

So - to cut a (much too) long story short - there are historical reasons for the existence of the three separate line separators, which are now often irrelevant: and perhaps the best course of action in .NET is to use Environment.NewLine which means someone else has decided for you which to use, and future portability issues should be reduced.

How do I make an asynchronous GET request in PHP?

Nobody seems to mention Guzzle, which is a PHP HTTP client that makes it easy to send HTTP requests. It can work with or without Curl. It can send both synchronous and asynchronous requests.

$client = new GuzzleHttp\Client();
$promise = $client->requestAsync('GET', 'http://httpbin.org/get');
$promise->then(
    function (ResponseInterface $res) {
        echo $res->getStatusCode() . "\n";
    },
    function (RequestException $e) {
        echo $e->getMessage() . "\n";
        echo $e->getRequest()->getMethod();
    }
);

How do I return multiple values from a function in C?

By passing parameters by reference to function.

Examples:

 void incInt(int *y)
 {
     (*y)++;  // Increase the value of 'x', in main, by one.
 }

Also by using global variables but it is not recommended.

Example:

int a=0;

void main(void)
{
    //Anything you want to code.
}

How to instantiate a File object in JavaScript?

Because this is javascript and dynamic you could define your own class that matches the File interface and use that instead.

I had to do just that with dropzone.js because I wanted to simulate a file upload and it works on File objects.

Inheriting from a template class in c++

class Rectangle : public Area<int> {
};

How to convert string to float?

Main()  {
    float rmvivek,arni,csc;
    char *c="1234.00";
    csc=atof(c);
    csc+=55;
    printf("the value is %f",csc);
}

Validate phone number using angular js

Use ng-pattern, in this example you can validate a simple patern with 10 numbers, when the patern is not matched ,the message is show and the button is disabled.

 <form  name="phoneNumber">

        <label for="numCell" class="text-strong">Phone number</label>

        <input id="numCell" type="text" name="inputCelular"  ng-model="phoneNumber" 
            class="form-control" required  ng-pattern="/^[0-9]{10,10}$/"></input>
        <div class="alert-warning" ng-show="phoneNumber.inputCelular.$error.pattern">
            <p> write a phone number</p>
        </div>

    <button id="button"  class="btn btn-success" click-once ng-disabled="!phoneNumber.$valid" ng-click="callDigitaliza()">Buscar</button>

Also you can use another complex patern like

^+?\d{1,3}?[- .]?(?(?:\d{2,3}))?[- .]?\d\d\d[- .]?\d\d\d\d$

, for more complex phone numbers

Understanding colors on Android (six characters)

If you provide 6 hex digits, that means RGB (2 hex digits for each value of red, green and blue).

If you provide 8 hex digits, it's an ARGB (2 hex digits for each value of alpha, red, green and blue respectively).

So by removing the final 55 you're changing from A=B4, R=55, G=55, B=55 (a mostly transparent grey), to R=B4, G=55, B=55 (a fully-non-transparent dusky pinky).

See the "Color" documentation for the supported formats.

How do I compile and run a program in Java on my Mac?

Download and install Eclipse, and you're good to go.
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

Apple provides its own version of Java, so make sure it's up-to-date.
http://developer.apple.com/java/download/


Eclipse is an integrated development environment. It has many features, but the ones that are relevant for you at this stage is:

  • The source code editor
    • With syntax highlighting, colors and other visual cues
    • Easy cross-referencing to the documentation to facilitate learning
  • Compiler
    • Run the code with one click
    • Get notified of errors/mistakes as you go

As you gain more experience, you'll start to appreciate the rest of its rich set of features.

Embed youtube videos that play in fullscreen automatically

This was pretty well answered over here: How to make a YouTube embedded video a full page width one?

If you add '?rel=0&autoplay=1' to the end of the url in the embed code (like this)

<iframe id="video" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/5iiPC-VGFLU?rel=0&autoplay=1" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

of the video it should play on load. Here's a demo over at jsfiddle.

Fastest way to set all values of an array?

Arrays.fill might suit your needs

Parsing PDF files (especially with tables) with PDFBox

For reading content of the table from pdf file,you have to do only just convert the pdf file into a text file by using any API(I have use PdfTextExtracter.getTextFromPage() of iText) and then read that txt file by your java program..now after reading it the major task is done.. you have to filter the data of your need. you can do it by continuously using split method of String class until you find record of your intrest.. here is my code by which I have extract part of record by an PDF file and write it into a .CSV file.. Url of PDF file is..http://www.cea.nic.in/reports/monthly/generation_rep/actual/jan13/opm_02.pdf

Code:-

public static void genrateCsvMonth_Region(String pdfpath, String csvpath) {
        try {
            String line = null;
            // Appending Header in CSV file...
            BufferedWriter writer1 = new BufferedWriter(new FileWriter(csvpath,
                    true));
            writer1.close();
            // Checking whether file is empty or not..
            BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(csvpath));

            if ((line = br.readLine()) == null) {
                BufferedWriter writer = new BufferedWriter(new FileWriter(
                        csvpath, true));
                writer.append("REGION,");
                writer.append("YEAR,");
                writer.append("MONTH,");
                writer.append("THERMAL,");
                writer.append("NUCLEAR,");
                writer.append("HYDRO,");
                writer.append("TOTAL\n");
                writer.close();
            }
            // Reading the pdf file..
            PdfReader reader = new PdfReader(pdfpath);
            BufferedWriter writer = new BufferedWriter(new FileWriter(csvpath,
                    true));

            // Extracting records from page into String..
            String page = PdfTextExtractor.getTextFromPage(reader, 1);
            // Extracting month and Year from String..
            String period1[] = page.split("PEROID");
            String period2[] = period1[0].split(":");
            String month[] = period2[1].split("-");
            String period3[] = month[1].split("ENERGY");
            String year[] = period3[0].split("VIS");

            // Extracting Northen region
            String northen[] = page.split("NORTHEN REGION");
            String nthermal1[] = northen[0].split("THERMAL");
            String nthermal2[] = nthermal1[1].split(" ");

            String nnuclear1[] = northen[0].split("NUCLEAR");
            String nnuclear2[] = nnuclear1[1].split(" ");

            String nhydro1[] = northen[0].split("HYDRO");
            String nhydro2[] = nhydro1[1].split(" ");

            String ntotal1[] = northen[0].split("TOTAL");
            String ntotal2[] = ntotal1[1].split(" ");

            // Appending filtered data into CSV file..
            writer.append("NORTHEN" + ",");
            writer.append(year[0] + ",");
            writer.append(month[0] + ",");
            writer.append(nthermal2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(nnuclear2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(nhydro2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(ntotal2[4] + "\n");

            // Extracting Western region
            String western[] = page.split("WESTERN");

            String wthermal1[] = western[1].split("THERMAL");
            String wthermal2[] = wthermal1[1].split(" ");

            String wnuclear1[] = western[1].split("NUCLEAR");
            String wnuclear2[] = wnuclear1[1].split(" ");

            String whydro1[] = western[1].split("HYDRO");
            String whydro2[] = whydro1[1].split(" ");

            String wtotal1[] = western[1].split("TOTAL");
            String wtotal2[] = wtotal1[1].split(" ");

            // Appending filtered data into CSV file..
            writer.append("WESTERN" + ",");
            writer.append(year[0] + ",");
            writer.append(month[0] + ",");
            writer.append(wthermal2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(wnuclear2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(whydro2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(wtotal2[4] + "\n");

            // Extracting Southern Region
            String southern[] = page.split("SOUTHERN");

            String sthermal1[] = southern[1].split("THERMAL");
            String sthermal2[] = sthermal1[1].split(" ");

            String snuclear1[] = southern[1].split("NUCLEAR");
            String snuclear2[] = snuclear1[1].split(" ");

            String shydro1[] = southern[1].split("HYDRO");
            String shydro2[] = shydro1[1].split(" ");

            String stotal1[] = southern[1].split("TOTAL");
            String stotal2[] = stotal1[1].split(" ");

            // Appending filtered data into CSV file..
            writer.append("SOUTHERN" + ",");
            writer.append(year[0] + ",");
            writer.append(month[0] + ",");
            writer.append(sthermal2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(snuclear2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(shydro2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(stotal2[4] + "\n");

            // Extracting eastern region
            String eastern[] = page.split("EASTERN");

            String ethermal1[] = eastern[1].split("THERMAL");
            String ethermal2[] = ethermal1[1].split(" ");

            String ehydro1[] = eastern[1].split("HYDRO");
            String ehydro2[] = ehydro1[1].split(" ");

            String etotal1[] = eastern[1].split("TOTAL");
            String etotal2[] = etotal1[1].split(" ");
            // Appending filtered data into CSV file..
            writer.append("EASTERN" + ",");
            writer.append(year[0] + ",");
            writer.append(month[0] + ",");
            writer.append(ethermal2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(" " + ",");
            writer.append(ehydro2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(etotal2[4] + "\n");

            // Extracting northernEastern region
            String neestern[] = page.split("NORTH");

            String nethermal1[] = neestern[2].split("THERMAL");
            String nethermal2[] = nethermal1[1].split(" ");

            String nehydro1[] = neestern[2].split("HYDRO");
            String nehydro2[] = nehydro1[1].split(" ");

            String netotal1[] = neestern[2].split("TOTAL");
            String netotal2[] = netotal1[1].split(" ");

            writer.append("NORTH EASTERN" + ",");
            writer.append(year[0] + ",");
            writer.append(month[0] + ",");
            writer.append(nethermal2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(" " + ",");
            writer.append(nehydro2[4] + ",");
            writer.append(netotal2[4] + "\n");
            writer.close();

        } catch (IOException ioe) {
            ioe.printStackTrace();
        }

    }

How do JavaScript closures work?

Functions containing no free variables are called pure functions.

Functions containing one or more free variables are called closures.

var pure = function pure(x){
  return x 
  // only own environment is used
}

var foo = "bar"

var closure = function closure(){
  return foo
  // foo is free variable from the outer environment
}

src: https://leanpub.com/javascriptallongesix/read#leanpub-auto-if-functions-without-free-variables-are-pure-are-closures-impure

How do I get a button to open another activity?

use the following code to have a button, in android studio, open an already existing activity.

Button StartButton = (Button) findViewById(R.id.YOUR BUTTONS ID GOES HERE);

StartButton.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
    @Override
    public void onClick(View v) {
        startActivity(new Intent(MainActivity.this, YOUR ACTIVITY'S ID GOES HERE.class));
    }
});

Calling async method synchronously

EDIT:

Task has Wait method, Task.Wait(), which waits for the "promise" to resolve and then continues, thus rendering it synchronous. example:


async Task<String> MyAsyncMethod() { ... }

String mySyncMethod() {

    return MyAsyncMethod().Wait();
}

Use :hover to modify the css of another class?

You can do this.
When hovering to the .item1, it will change the .item2 element.

.item1 {
  size:100%;
}

.item1:hover
{
   .item2 {
     border:none;
   }
}

.item2{
  border: solid 1px blue;
}

html form - make inputs appear on the same line

This test shows three blocks of two blocks together on the same line.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.group {
    display:block;
    box-sizing:border-box;
}
.group>div {
    display:inline-block;
    padding-bottom:4px;
}
.group>div>span,.group>div>div {
    width:200px;
    height:40px;
    text-align: center;
    padding-top:20px;
    padding-bottom:0px;
    display:inline-block;
    border:1px solid black;
    background-color:blue;
    color:white;
}

input[type=text] {
    height:1em;
}
_x000D_
<div class="group">
    <div>
        <span>First Name</span>
        <span><input type="text"/></span>
    </div>
    <div>
        <div>Last Name</div>
        <div><input type="text"/></div>
    </div>
    <div>
        <div>Address</div>
        <div><input type="text"/></div>
    </div>
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How do I create variable variables?

Instead of a dictionary you can also use namedtuple from the collections module, which makes access easier.

For example:

# using dictionary
variables = {}
variables["first"] = 34
variables["second"] = 45
print(variables["first"], variables["second"])

# using namedtuple
Variables = namedtuple('Variables', ['first', 'second'])
vars = Variables(34, 45)
print(vars.first, vars.second)

How do you get the width and height of a multi-dimensional array?

// Two-dimensional GetLength example.
int[,] two = new int[5, 10];
Console.WriteLine(two.GetLength(0)); // Writes 5
Console.WriteLine(two.GetLength(1)); // Writes 10

Python RuntimeWarning: overflow encountered in long scalars

An easy way to overcome this problem is to use 64 bit type

list = numpy.array(list, dtype=numpy.float64)

Unable to login to SQL Server + SQL Server Authentication + Error: 18456

By default login failed error message is nothing but a client user connection has been refused by the server due to mismatch of login credentials. First task you might check is to see whether that user has relevant privileges on that SQL Server instance and relevant database too, thats good. Obviously if the necessary prvileges are not been set then you need to fix that issue by granting relevant privileges for that user login.

Althought if that user has relevant grants on database & server if the Server encounters any credential issues for that login then it will prevent in granting the authentication back to SQL Server, the client will get the following error message:

Msg 18456, Level 14, State 1, Server <ServerName>, Line 1
Login failed for user '<Name>'

Ok now what, by looking at the error message you feel like this is non-descriptive to understand the Level & state. By default the Operating System error will show 'State' as 1 regardless of nature of the issues in authenticating the login. So to investigate further you need to look at relevant SQL Server instance error log too for more information on Severity & state of this error. You might look into a corresponding entry in log as:

2007-05-17 00:12:00.34 Logon     Error: 18456, Severity: 14, State: 8.
or

2007-05-17 00:12:00.34 Logon     Login failed for user '<user name>'.

As defined above the Severity & State columns on the error are key to find the accurate reflection for the source of the problem. On the above error number 8 for state indicates authentication failure due to password mismatch. Books online refers: By default, user-defined messages of severity lower than 19 are not sent to the Microsoft Windows application log when they occur. User-defined messages of severity lower than 19 therefore do not trigger SQL Server Agent alerts.

Sung Lee, Program Manager in SQL Server Protocols (Dev.team) has outlined further information on Error state description:The common error states and their descriptions are provided in the following table:

ERROR STATE       ERROR DESCRIPTION
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2 and 5           Invalid userid
6                 Attempt to use a Windows login name with SQL Authentication
7                 Login disabled and password mismatch
8                 Password mismatch
9                 Invalid password
11 and 12         Valid login but server access failure
13                SQL Server service paused
18                Change password required


Well I'm not finished yet, what would you do in case of error:

2007-05-17 00:12:00.34 Logon     Login failed for user '<user name>'.

You can see there is no severity or state level defined from that SQL Server instance's error log. So the next troubleshooting option is to look at the Event Viewer's security log [edit because screen shot is missing but you get the

idea, look in the event log for interesting events].

Google Drive as FTP Server

I couldn't find a direct GDrive/DropBox solution. I'm also surprised there's no lazy solution for a free ftp host. Windows azure offers a ftp server "FTP connector" that's fairly easy to turn on at: https://portal.azure.com

You can get a free 1 GB account by selecting "View All" machine types during your deployment.

How to get RegistrationID using GCM in android

Here I have written a few steps for How to Get RegID and Notification starting from scratch

  1. Create/Register App on Google Cloud
  2. Setup Cloud SDK with Development
  3. Configure project for GCM
  4. Get Device Registration ID
  5. Send Push Notifications
  6. Receive Push Notifications

You can find a complete tutorial here:

Getting Started with Android Push Notification : Latest Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) - step by step complete tutorial

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Code snippet to get Registration ID (Device Token for Push Notification).

Configure project for GCM


Update AndroidManifest file

To enable GCM in our project we need to add a few permissions to our manifest file. Go to AndroidManifest.xml and add this code: Add Permissions

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET”/>
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WAKE_LOCK" />

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.VIBRATE" />

<uses-permission android:name=“.permission.RECEIVE" />
<uses-permission android:name=“<your_package_name_here>.permission.C2D_MESSAGE" />
<permission android:name=“<your_package_name_here>.permission.C2D_MESSAGE"
        android:protectionLevel="signature" />

Add GCM Broadcast Receiver declaration in your application tag:

<application
        <receiver
            android:name=".GcmBroadcastReceiver"
            android:permission="com.google.android.c2dm.permission.SEND" ]]>
            <intent-filter]]>
                <action android:name="com.google.android.c2dm.intent.RECEIVE" />
                <category android:name="" />
            </intent-filter]]>

        </receiver]]>
     
<application/>

Add GCM Service declaration

<application
     <service android:name=".GcmIntentService" />
<application/>

Get Registration ID (Device Token for Push Notification)

Now Go to your Launch/Splash Activity

Add Constants and Class Variables

private final static int PLAY_SERVICES_RESOLUTION_REQUEST = 9000;
public static final String EXTRA_MESSAGE = "message";
public static final String PROPERTY_REG_ID = "registration_id";
private static final String PROPERTY_APP_VERSION = "appVersion";
private final static String TAG = "LaunchActivity";
protected String SENDER_ID = "Your_sender_id";
private GoogleCloudMessaging gcm =null;
private String regid = null;
private Context context= null;

Update OnCreate and OnResume methods

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.activity_launch);
    context = getApplicationContext();
    if (checkPlayServices()) {
        gcm = GoogleCloudMessaging.getInstance(this);
        regid = getRegistrationId(context);

        if (regid.isEmpty()) {
            registerInBackground();
        } else {
            Log.d(TAG, "No valid Google Play Services APK found.");
        }
    }
}

@Override
protected void onResume() {
    super.onResume();
    checkPlayServices();
}


// # Implement GCM Required methods(Add below methods in LaunchActivity)

private boolean checkPlayServices() {
    int resultCode = GooglePlayServicesUtil.isGooglePlayServicesAvailable(this);
    if (resultCode != ConnectionResult.SUCCESS) {
        if (GooglePlayServicesUtil.isUserRecoverableError(resultCode)) {
            GooglePlayServicesUtil.getErrorDialog(resultCode, this,
                PLAY_SERVICES_RESOLUTION_REQUEST).show();
        } else {
            Log.d(TAG, "This device is not supported - Google Play Services.");
            finish();
        }
        return false;
    }
    return true;
}

private String getRegistrationId(Context context) {
    final SharedPreferences prefs = getGCMPreferences(context);
    String registrationId = prefs.getString(PROPERTY_REG_ID, "");
    if (registrationId.isEmpty()) {
        Log.d(TAG, "Registration ID not found.");
        return "";
    }
    int registeredVersion = prefs.getInt(PROPERTY_APP_VERSION, Integer.MIN_VALUE);
    int currentVersion = getAppVersion(context);
    if (registeredVersion != currentVersion) {
        Log.d(TAG, "App version changed.");
        return "";
    }
    return registrationId;
}

private SharedPreferences getGCMPreferences(Context context) {
    return getSharedPreferences(LaunchActivity.class.getSimpleName(),
        Context.MODE_PRIVATE);
}

private static int getAppVersion(Context context) {
    try {
        PackageInfo packageInfo = context.getPackageManager()
            .getPackageInfo(context.getPackageName(), 0);
        return packageInfo.versionCode;
    } catch (NameNotFoundException e) {
        throw new RuntimeException("Could not get package name: " + e);
    }
}


private void registerInBackground() {
    new AsyncTask() {
        @Override
        protected Object doInBackground(Object...params) {
            String msg = "";
            try {
                if (gcm == null) {
                    gcm = GoogleCloudMessaging.getInstance(context);
                }
                regid = gcm.register(SENDER_ID);
                Log.d(TAG, "########################################");
                Log.d(TAG, "Current Device's Registration ID is: " + msg);
            } catch (IOException ex) {
                msg = "Error :" + ex.getMessage();
            }
            return null;
        }
        protected void onPostExecute(Object result) {
            //to do here
        };
    }.execute(null, null, null);
}

Note : please store REGISTRATION_KEY, it is important for sending PN Message to GCM. Also keep in mind: this key will be unique for all devices and GCM will send Push Notifications by REGISTRATION_KEY only.

How to get the difference (only additions) between two files in linux

You can try this

diff --changed-group-format='%>' --unchanged-group-format='' A1 A2

The options are documented in man diff:

       --GTYPE-group-format=GFMT
              format GTYPE input groups with GFMT

and:

       LTYPE is 'old', 'new', or 'unchanged'.
              GTYPE is LTYPE or 'changed'.

and:

              GFMT (only) may contain:

       %<     lines from FILE1

       %>     lines from FILE2

       [...]

Bootstrap 4 Change Hamburger Toggler Color

I just developed a considerably easier solution. (Yes, I know this is an old question but someone researching this same issue may find this useful.)

I was using an SVG called hamburger.svg. I looked at it with a text editor and couldn't find anything that was setting a colour for the three lines - I'm guessing it defaults to black because that's certainly the behaviour I get - so I simply added a "stroke" parameter to the definition of the SVG. That didn't QUITE work - the borders of the three lines were my chosen colour (white) but the rest of the line was still black so I added a "fill" parameter as well. And that did the trick!

Here is the code for the original hamburger.svg in its entirety:

<?xml version="1.0" ?><!DOCTYPE svg  PUBLIC '-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN'  'http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd'><svg height="32px" id="Layer_1" style="enable-background:new 0 0 32 32;" version="1.1" viewBox="0 0 32 32" width="32px" xml:space="preserve" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"><path d="M4,10h24c1.104,0,2-0.896,2-2s-0.896-2-2-2H4C2.896,6,2,6.896,2,8S2.896,10,4,10z M28,14H4c-1.104,0-2,0.896-2,2  s0.896,2,2,2h24c1.104,0,2-0.896,2-2S29.104,14,28,14z M28,22H4c-1.104,0-2,0.896-2,2s0.896,2,2,2h24c1.104,0,2-0.896,2-2  S29.104,22,28,22z"/></svg>

And here is the code for the new SVG after I edited it and saved it as hamburger_white.svg:

<?xml version="1.0" ?><!DOCTYPE svg  PUBLIC '-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN'  'http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd'><svg height="32px" id="Layer_1" style="enable-background:new 0 0 32 32;" version="1.1" viewBox="0 0 32 32" width="32px" xml:space="preserve" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"><path d="M4,10h24c1.104,0,2-0.896,2-2s-0.896-2-2-2H4C2.896,6,2,6.896,2,8S2.896,10,4,10z M28,14H4c-1.104,0-2,0.896-2,2  s0.896,2,2,2h24c1.104,0,2-0.896,2-2S29.104,14,28,14z M28,22H4c-1.104,0-2,0.896-2,2s0.896,2,2,2h24c1.104,0,2-0.896,2-2  S29.104,22,28,22z" stroke="white" fill="white"/></svg>

As you can see if you scroll way over to the right, all I did was add:

stroke="white" fill="white"

to the very end of the path. The other thing I had to do was change the file name of the hamburger in the HTML. No messing with the CSS at all and no need to track down another icon.

Easy-peasey! You can imitate this to make your hamburger any colour you like.

Converting dict to OrderedDict

Use dict.items(); it can be as simple as following:

ship = collections.OrderedDict(ship.items())

Check to see if python script is running

There are very good packages for restarting processes on UNIX. One that has a great tutorial about building and configuring it is monit. With some tweaking you can have a rock solid proven technology keeping up your daemon.

PHP ini file_get_contents external url

Complementing Aillyn's answer, you could use a function like the one below to mimic the behavior of file_get_contents:

function get_content($URL){
      $ch = curl_init();
      curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);
      curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $URL);
      $data = curl_exec($ch);
      curl_close($ch);
      return $data;
}

echo get_content('http://example.com');

How can I use delay() with show() and hide() in Jquery

Pass a duration to show() and hide():

When a duration is provided, .show() becomes an animation method.

E.g. element.delay(1000).show(0)

DEMO

How to convert image into byte array and byte array to base64 String in android?

Try this:

// convert from bitmap to byte array
public byte[] getBytesFromBitmap(Bitmap bitmap) {
    ByteArrayOutputStream stream = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
    bitmap.compress(CompressFormat.JPEG, 70, stream);
    return stream.toByteArray();
}

// get the base 64 string
String imgString = Base64.encodeToString(getBytesFromBitmap(someImg), 
                       Base64.NO_WRAP);

what is Promotional and Feature graphic in Android Market/Play Store?

I found this nice write-up that clears it up pretty nicely:

The different graphic assets we request are used to highlight and promote your application in Android Market, and possibly other Google-owned properties. If you’d like to restrict the marketing of your app to just Android Market, you have the option of opting-out of marketing by selecting the "Marketing Opt-Out" in the Developer Console.

Screenshots (Required):
We require 2 screenshots.
Use: Displayed on the details page for your application in Android Market.
You may upload up to 8 screenshots.
Specs: 320w x 480h, 480w x 800h, or 480w x 854h; 24 bit PNG or JPEG (no alpha) Full bleed, no border in art.
Tips:
Landscape thumbnails are cropped, but we preserve the image’s full size and aspect ratio if the user opens it up on market client.
High Resolution Application Icon (Required):
Use: In various locations in Android Market.
Does not replace your launcher icon.
Specs: 512x512, 32-bit PNG with alpha; Max size of 1024KB.
Tips:
This does not replace your launcher icon, but should be a higher-fidelity, higher-resolution version of your application icon.
Same safe-frame as current launcher guidelines, just scaled up:
Full Asset: 512 x 512 px.
Circle or non-square icons: 426 x 426 px, centered within the PNG.
Square Icons: 398 x 398 px.
Drop shadow: black, 75% opaque, 90 degrees down, distance of 14px, size of 36px.
Tweak as necessary to fit icon style (e.g., Google Maps icon has a drop shadow of varying height).
Promotional Graphic (Optional):
Use: In various locations in Android Market.
Specs: 180w x 120h, 24 bit PNG or JPEG (no alpha), Full bleed, no border in art.
Feature Graphic (Optional):
Use: The featured section in Android Market. Will be downsized to mini or micro.
Specs: 1024w x 500h, 24 bit PNG or JPEG (no alpha) with no transparency
Tips:
Use a safe frame of 924x400 (50 pixel of safe padding on each side). All the important content of the graphic should be within this safe frame. Pixels outside of this safe frame may be cropped for stylistic purposes.
If incorporating text, use large font sizes, and keep the graphic simple, as this graphic may be scaled down from its original size.
This graphic may be displayed alone without the app icon.
Video Link (Optional):
Specs: Enter the URL to a YouTube video showcasing your app.
Tip:
Short videos (30 seconds - 2 minutes) highlighting the top features of your app work best.

How can I perform a short delay in C# without using sleep?

private void WaitNSeconds(int seconds)
{
    if (seconds < 1) return;
    DateTime _desired = DateTime.Now.AddSeconds(seconds);
    while (DateTime.Now < _desired) {
         Thread.Sleep(1);
         System.Windows.Forms.Application.DoEvents();
    }
}

Zipping a file in bash fails

Run dos2unix or similar utility on it to remove the carriage returns (^M).

This message indicates that your file has dos-style lineendings:

-bash: /backup/backup.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory 

Utilities like dos2unix will fix it:

 dos2unix <backup.bash >improved-backup.sh 

Or, if no such utility is installed, you can accomplish the same thing with translate:

tr -d "\015\032" <backup.bash >improved-backup.sh 

As for how those characters got there in the first place, @MadPhysicist had some good comments.

How to align this span to the right of the div?

You can do this without modifying the html. http://jsfiddle.net/8JwhZ/1085/

<div class="title">
<span>Cumulative performance</span>
<span>20/02/2011</span>
</div>

.title span:nth-of-type(1) { float:right }
.title span:nth-of-type(2) { float:left }

<div style display="none" > inside a table not working

simply change <div> to <tbody>

<table id="authenticationSetting" style="display: none">
  <tbody id="authenticationOuterIdentityBlock" style="display: none;">
    <tr>
      <td class="orionSummaryHeader">
        <orion:message key="policy.wifi.enterprise.authentication.outeridentitity" />:</td>
      <td class="orionSummaryColumn">
        <orion:textbox id="authenticationOuterIdentity" size="30" />
      </td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
</table>

Installing Google Protocol Buffers on mac

If you landed here looking for how to install Protocol Buffers on Mac, it can be done using Homebrew by running the command below

brew install protobuf

It installs the latest version of protobuf available. For me, at the time of writing, this installed the v3.7.1

If you'd like to install an older version, please look up the available ones from the package page Protobuf Package - Homebrew and install that specific version of the package.

The oldest available protobuf version in this package is v3.6.1.3

How to print a int64_t type in C

Coming from the embedded world, where even uclibc is not always available, and code like

uint64_t myval = 0xdeadfacedeadbeef; printf("%llx", myval);

is printing you crap or not working at all -- i always use a tiny helper, that allows me to dump properly uint64_t hex:

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdint.h>

char* ullx(uint64_t val)
{
    static char buf[34] = { [0 ... 33] = 0 };
    char* out = &buf[33];
    uint64_t hval = val;
    unsigned int hbase = 16;

    do {
        *out = "0123456789abcdef"[hval % hbase];
        --out;
        hval /= hbase;
    } while(hval);

    *out-- = 'x', *out = '0';

    return out;
}

How do I make a dictionary with multiple keys to one value?

I guess you mean this:

class Value:
    def __init__(self, v=None):
        self.v = v

v1 = Value(1)
v2 = Value(2)

d = {'a': v1, 'b': v1, 'c': v2, 'd': v2}
d['a'].v += 1

d['b'].v == 2 # True
  • Python's strings and numbers are immutable objects,
  • So, if you want d['a'] and d['b'] to point to the same value that "updates" as it changes, make the value refer to a mutable object (user-defined class like above, or a dict, list, set).
  • Then, when you modify the object at d['a'], d['b'] changes at same time because they both point to same object.

What's the difference between subprocess Popen and call (how can I use them)?

There are two ways to do the redirect. Both apply to either subprocess.Popen or subprocess.call.

  1. Set the keyword argument shell = True or executable = /path/to/the/shell and specify the command just as you have it there.

  2. Since you're just redirecting the output to a file, set the keyword argument

    stdout = an_open_writeable_file_object
    

    where the object points to the output file.

subprocess.Popen is more general than subprocess.call.

Popen doesn't block, allowing you to interact with the process while it's running, or continue with other things in your Python program. The call to Popen returns a Popen object.

call does block. While it supports all the same arguments as the Popen constructor, so you can still set the process' output, environmental variables, etc., your script waits for the program to complete, and call returns a code representing the process' exit status.

returncode = call(*args, **kwargs) 

is basically the same as calling

returncode = Popen(*args, **kwargs).wait()

call is just a convenience function. It's implementation in CPython is in subprocess.py:

def call(*popenargs, timeout=None, **kwargs):
    """Run command with arguments.  Wait for command to complete or
    timeout, then return the returncode attribute.

    The arguments are the same as for the Popen constructor.  Example:

    retcode = call(["ls", "-l"])
    """
    with Popen(*popenargs, **kwargs) as p:
        try:
            return p.wait(timeout=timeout)
        except:
            p.kill()
            p.wait()
            raise

As you can see, it's a thin wrapper around Popen.

Command not found when using sudo

It seems sudo command not found

to check whether the sudo package is installed on your system, type sudo , and press Enter . If you have sudo installed the system will display a short help message, otherwise you will see something like sudo: command not found

To install sudo, run one of the following commands using root account:

apt-get install sudo # If your system based on apt package manager

yum install sudo # If your system based on yum package manager

__init__() got an unexpected keyword argument 'user'

Check your imports. There could be two classes with the same name. Either from your code or from a library you are using. Personally that was the issue.

Using malloc for allocation of multi-dimensional arrays with different row lengths

First, you need to allocate array of pointers like char **c = malloc( N * sizeof( char* )), then allocate each row with a separate call to malloc, probably in the loop:


/* N is the number of rows  */
/* note: c is char** */
if (( c = malloc( N*sizeof( char* ))) == NULL )
{ /* error */ }

for ( i = 0; i < N; i++ )
{
  /* x_i here is the size of given row, no need to
   * multiply by sizeof( char ), it's always 1
   */
  if (( c[i] = malloc( x_i )) == NULL )
  { /* error */ }

  /* probably init the row here */
}

/* access matrix elements: c[i] give you a pointer
 * to the row array, c[i][j] indexes an element
 */
c[i][j] = 'a';

If you know the total number of elements (e.g. N*M) you can do this in a single allocation.

jQuery returning "parsererror" for ajax request

You have specified the ajax call response dataType as:

'json'

where as the actual ajax response is not a valid JSON and as a result the JSON parser is throwing an error.

The best approach that I would recommend is to change the dataType to:

'text'

and within the success callback validate whether a valid JSON is being returned or not, and if JSON validation fails, alert it on the screen so that its obvious for what purpose the ajax call is actually failing. Have a look at this:

$.ajax({
    url: '/Admin/Ajax/GetViewContentNames',
    type: 'POST',
    dataType: 'text',
    data: {viewID: $("#view").val()},
    success: function (data) {
        try {
            var output = JSON.parse(data);
            alert(output);
        } catch (e) {
            alert("Output is not valid JSON: " + data);
        }
    }, error: function (request, error) {
        alert("AJAX Call Error: " + error);
    }
});

Spring MVC Missing URI template variable

I got this error for a stupid mistake, the variable name in the @PathVariable wasn't matching the one in the @RequestMapping

For example

@RequestMapping(value = "/whatever/{**contentId**}", method = RequestMethod.POST)
public … method(@PathVariable Integer **contentID**){
}

It may help others

Excel - Shading entire row based on change of value

If you are using MS Excel 2007, you could use the conditional formatting on the Home tab as shown in the screenshot below. You could either use the color scales default option as I have done here or you can go ahead and create a new rule based on your data set. Conditional Formatting

jQuery UI Dialog individual CSS styling

The standard way to do this is with jQuery UI's CSS Scopes:

<div class="myCssScope">
   <!-- dialog goes here -->
</div>

Unfortunately, the jQuery UI dialog moves the dialog DOM elements to the end of the document, to fix potential z-index issues. This means the scoping won't work (it will no longer have a ".myCssScope" ancestor).

Christoph Herold designed a workaround which I've implemented as a jQuery plugin, maybe that will help.

Generate class from database table

I'm trying to give my 2 cents

0) QueryFirst https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=bbsimonbb.QueryFirst enter image description here Query-first is a visual studio extension for working intelligently with SQL in C# projects. Use the provided .sql template to develop your queries. When you save the file, Query-first runs your query, retrieves the schema and generates two classes and an interface: a wrapper class with methods Execute(), ExecuteScalar(), ExecuteNonQuery() etc, its corresponding interface, and a POCO encapsulating a line of results.

1) Sql2Objects Creates the class starting from the result of a query (but not the DAL) enter image description here

2) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ef/ef6/resources/tools enter image description here

3) https://visualstudiomagazine.com/articles/2012/12/11/sqlqueryresults-code-generation.aspx enter image description here

4) http://www.codesmithtools.com/product/generator#features

Drawing Isometric game worlds

You could use euclidean distance from the point highest and nearest the viewer, except that is not quite right. It results in spherical sort order. You can straighten that out by looking from further away. Further away the curvature becomes flattened out. So just add say 1000 to each of the x,y and z components to give x',y' and z'. The sort on x'*x'+y'*y'+z'*z'.

Is there a date format to display the day of the week in java?

tl;dr

LocalDate.of( 2018 , Month.JANUARY , 23 )
         .format( DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern( “uuuu-MM-EEE” , Locale.US )  )

java.time

The modern approach uses the java.time classes.

LocalDate ld = LocalDate.of( 2018 , Month.JANUARY , 23 ) ;

Note how we specify a Locale such as Locale.CANADA_FRENCH to determine the human language used to translate the name of the day.

DateTimeFormatter f = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern( “uuuu-MM-EEE” , Locale.US ) ;
String output = ld.format( f ) ;

ISO 8601

By the way, you may be interested in the standard ISO 8601 week numbering scheme: yyyy-Www-d.

2018-W01-2

Week # 1 has the first Thursday of the calendar-year. Week starts on a Monday. A year has either 52 or 53 weeks. The last/first few days of a calendar-year may land in the next/previous week-based-year.

The single digit on the end is day-of-week, 1-7 for Monday-Sunday.

Add the ThreeTen-Extra library class to your project for the YearWeek class.


About java.time

The java.time framework is built into Java 8 and later. These classes supplant the troublesome old legacy date-time classes such as java.util.Date, Calendar, & SimpleDateFormat.

The Joda-Time project, now in maintenance mode, advises migration to the java.time classes.

To learn more, see the Oracle Tutorial. And search Stack Overflow for many examples and explanations. Specification is JSR 310.

Where to obtain the java.time classes?

The ThreeTen-Extra project extends java.time with additional classes. This project is a proving ground for possible future additions to java.time. You may find some useful classes here such as Interval, YearWeek, YearQuarter, and more.

Change the mouse cursor on mouse over to anchor-like style

Assuming your div has an id="myDiv", add the following to your CSS. The cursor: pointer specifies that the cursor should be the same hand icon that is use for anchors (hyperlinks):

CSS to Add

#myDiv
{
    cursor: pointer;
}

You can simply add the cursor style to your div's HTML like this:

<div style="cursor: pointer">

</div>

EDIT:

If you are determined to use jQuery for this, then add the following line to your $(document).ready() or body onload: (replace myClass with whatever class all of your divs share)

$('.myClass').css('cursor', 'pointer');

SELECT query with CASE condition and SUM()

Use an "Or"

Select SUM(CAmount) as PaymentAmount 
from TableOrderPayment 
where (CPaymentType='Check' Or CPaymentType='Cash')
   and CDate <= case CPaymentType When 'Check' Then SYSDATETIME() else CDate End
   and CStatus='" & "Active" & "'"

or an "IN"

Select SUM(CAmount) as PaymentAmount 
from TableOrderPayment 
where CPaymentType IN ('Check', 'Cash')
   and CDate <= case CPaymentType When 'Check' Then SYSDATETIME() else CDate End
   and CStatus='" & "Active" & "'"

Java: how to import a jar file from command line

you can try to export as "Runnable jar" in eclipse. I have also problems, when i export as "jar", but i have never problems when i export as "Runnable jar".

How to Kill A Session or Session ID (ASP.NET/C#)

It is also a good idea to instruct the client browser to clear session id cookie value.

Session.Clear();
Session.Abandon();
Response.Cookies["ASP.NET_SessionId"].Value = string.Empty;
Response.Cookies["ASP.NET_SessionId"].Expires = DateTime.Now.AddMonths(-10);

ssh : Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-with-mic)

Nobody has mention this in. above answers so i am mentioning it.

This error can also come if you're in the wrong folder or path of your pem file is not correct. I was having similar issue and found that my pem file was not there from where i am executing the ssh command

cd KeyPair
ssh -i Keypair.pem [email protected]

"Not allowed to load local resource: file:///C:....jpg" Java EE Tomcat

The concept of http location and disk location is different. What you need to do is:

  1. for uploaded file summer.jpg
  2. move that under a known (to the application) location to disk, e.g c:\images\summer.jpg
  3. insert into db record representing the image with text summer.jpg
  4. to display it use plain <img src="images/summer.jpg" />
  5. you need something (e.g apache) that will serve c:\images\ under your application's /images. If you cannot do this then in step #2 you need to save somewhere under your web root, e.g c:\my-applications\demo-app\build\images

Socket transport "ssl" in PHP not enabled

Success!

After checking the log files and making sure the permissions on php_openssl.dll were correct, I googled the warning and found more things to try.

So I:

  • added C:\PHP\ext to the Windows path
  • added libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll to C:\WINDOWS\system32\inetsrv
  • rebooted the server

I'm not sure which of these fixed my problem, but it's definately fixed now! :)

I found these things to try on this page: http://php.net/manual/en/install.windows.extensions.php

Thanks for your help!

nodejs module.js:340 error: cannot find module

While i tried to run my first node application i had encountered the same issue but when i tried to see what the issue might be it was the path of the file. I was running the node .js from different location and hence encountered the issue. When i fixed the path this worked fine.

JavaFX: How to get stage from controller during initialization?

You can get with node.getScene, if you don't call from Platform.runLater, the result is a null value.

example null value:

node.getScene();

example no null value:

Platform.runLater(() -> {
    node.getScene().addEventFilter(KeyEvent.KEY_PRESSED, event -> {
               //your event
     });
});

How can I change cols of textarea in twitter-bootstrap?

The other answers didn't work for me. This did:

    <div class="span6">
      <h2>Document</h2>
        </p>
        <textarea class="field span12" id="textarea" rows="6" placeholder="Enter a short synopsis"></textarea>
        <button class="btn">Upload</button>
    </div>

Note the span12 in a div with span6.