Programs & Examples On #Jscript.net

JScript.NET is a .NET programming language developed by Microsoft.

Focus Next Element In Tab Index

Tabbable is a small JS package that gives you a list of all tabbable elements in tab order. So you could find your element within that list, then focus on the next list entry.

The package correctly handles the complicated edge cases mentioned in other answers (e.g., no ancestor can be display: none). And it doesn't depend on jQuery!

As of this writing (version 1.1.1), it has the caveats that it doesn't support IE8, and that browser bugs prevent it from handling contenteditable correctly.

How to submit form on change of dropdown list?

To those in the answer above. It's definitely JavaScript. It's just inline.

BTW the jQuery equivalent if you want to apply to all selects:

$('form select').on('change', function(){
    $(this).closest('form').submit();
});

MySQL - SELECT all columns WHERE one column is DISTINCT

I think the best solution would be to do a subquery and then join that to the table. The sub query would return the primary key of the table. Here is an example:

select *
from (
          SELECT row_number() over(partition by link order by day, month) row_id
          , *

          FROM posted 
          WHERE ad='$key' 
          ) x
where x.row_id = 1

What this does is the row_number function puts a numerical sequence partitioned by each distinct link that results in the query.

By taking only those row_numbers that = 1, then you only return 1 row for each link.

The way you change what link gets marked "1" is through the order-by clause in the row_number function.

Hope this helps.

PHPExcel Make first row bold

You can try

$objPHPExcel->getActiveSheet()->getStyle(1)->getFont()->setBold(true);

Python xticks in subplots

There are two ways:

  1. Use the axes methods of the subplot object (e.g. ax.set_xticks and ax.set_xticklabels) or
  2. Use plt.sca to set the current axes for the pyplot state machine (i.e. the plt interface).

As an example (this also illustrates using setp to change the properties of all of the subplots):

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=3, ncols=4)

# Set the ticks and ticklabels for all axes
plt.setp(axes, xticks=[0.1, 0.5, 0.9], xticklabels=['a', 'b', 'c'],
        yticks=[1, 2, 3])

# Use the pyplot interface to change just one subplot...
plt.sca(axes[1, 1])
plt.xticks(range(3), ['A', 'Big', 'Cat'], color='red')

fig.tight_layout()
plt.show()

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How to select a single field for all documents in a MongoDB collection?

The query for MongoDB here fees is collection and description is a field.

db.getCollection('fees').find({},{description:1,_id:0})

In AVD emulator how to see sdcard folder? and Install apk to AVD?

  1. switch to DDMS perspective
  2. select the emulator in devices list, whose sdcard you want to explore.
  3. open File Explorer tab on right hand side.
  4. expand tree structure. mnt/sdcard/

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To install apk manually: copy your apk to to sdk/platform-tools folder and run following command in the same folder

adb install apklocation.apk

.htaccess or .htpasswd equivalent on IIS?

There isn't a direct 1:1 equivalent.

You can password protect a folder or file using file system permissions. If you are using ASP.Net you can also use some of its built in functions to protect various urls.

If you are trying to port .htaccess files used for url rewriting, check out ISAPI Rewrite: http://www.isapirewrite.com/

Can a foreign key be NULL and/or duplicate?

Short answer: Yes, it can be NULL or duplicate.

I want to explain why a foreign key might need to be null or might need to be unique or not unique. First remember a Foreign key simply requires that the value in that field must exist first in a different table (the parent table). That is all an FK is by definition. Null by definition is not a value. Null means that we do not yet know what the value is.

Let me give you a real life example. Suppose you have a database that stores sales proposals. Suppose further that each proposal only has one sales person assigned and one client. So your proposal table would have two foreign keys, one with the client ID and one with the sales rep ID. However, at the time the record is created, a sales rep is not always assigned (because no one is free to work on it yet), so the client ID is filled in but the sales rep ID might be null. In other words, usually you need the ability to have a null FK when you may not know its value at the time the data is entered, but you do know other values in the table that need to be entered. To allow nulls in an FK generally all you have to do is allow nulls on the field that has the FK. The null value is separate from the idea of it being an FK.

Whether it is unique or not unique relates to whether the table has a one-one or a one-many relationship to the parent table. Now if you have a one-one relationship, it is possible that you could have the data all in one table, but if the table is getting too wide or if the data is on a different topic (the employee - insurance example @tbone gave for instance), then you want separate tables with a FK. You would then want to make this FK either also the PK (which guarantees uniqueness) or put a unique constraint on it.

Most FKs are for a one to many relationship and that is what you get from a FK without adding a further constraint on the field. So you have an order table and the order details table for instance. If the customer orders ten items at one time, he has one order and ten order detail records that contain the same orderID as the FK.

Swift Set to Array

In the simplest case, with Swift 3, you can use Array's init(_:) initializer to get an Array from a Set. init(_:) has the following declaration:

init<S>(_ s: S) where S : Sequence, Element == S.Iterator.Element

Creates an array containing the elements of a sequence.

Usage:

let stringSet = Set(arrayLiteral: "car", "boat", "car", "bike", "toy")    
let stringArray = Array(stringSet)

print(stringArray)
// may print ["toy", "car", "bike", "boat"]

However, if you also want to perform some operations on each element of your Set while transforming it into an Array, you can use map, flatMap, sort, filter and other functional methods provided by Collection protocol:

let stringSet = Set(["car", "boat", "bike", "toy"])
let stringArray = stringSet.sorted()

print(stringArray)
// will print ["bike", "boat", "car", "toy"]
let stringSet = Set(arrayLiteral: "car", "boat", "car", "bike", "toy") 
let stringArray = stringSet.filter { $0.characters.first != "b" }

print(stringArray)
// may print ["car", "toy"]
let intSet = Set([1, 3, 5, 2]) 
let stringArray = intSet.flatMap { String($0) }

print(stringArray)
// may print ["5", "2", "3", "1"]
let intSet = Set([1, 3, 5, 2])
// alternative to `let intArray = Array(intSet)`
let intArray = intSet.map { $0 }

print(intArray)
// may print [5, 2, 3, 1]

typecast string to integer - Postgres

If you need to treat empty columns as NULLs, try this:

SELECT CAST(nullif(<column>, '') AS integer);

On the other hand, if you do have NULL values that you need to avoid, try:

SELECT CAST(coalesce(<column>, '0') AS integer);

I do agree, error message would help a lot.

How to redirect to a different domain using NGINX?

If you would like to redirect requests for "domain1.com" to "domain2.com", you could create a server block that looks like this:

server {
    listen 80;
    server_name domain1.com;
    return 301 $scheme://domain2.com$request_uri;
}

Add Bean Programmatically to Spring Web App Context

First initialize Property values

MutablePropertyValues mutablePropertyValues = new MutablePropertyValues();
mutablePropertyValues.add("hostName", details.getHostName());
mutablePropertyValues.add("port", details.getPort());

DefaultListableBeanFactory context = new DefaultListableBeanFactory();
GenericBeanDefinition connectionFactory = new GenericBeanDefinition();
connectionFactory.setBeanClass(Class);
connectionFactory.setPropertyValues(mutablePropertyValues);

context.registerBeanDefinition("beanName", connectionFactory);

Add to the list of beans

ConfigurableListableBeanFactory beanFactory = ((ConfigurableApplicationContext) applicationContext).getBeanFactory();
beanFactory.registerSingleton("beanName", context.getBean("beanName"));

Plotting two variables as lines using ggplot2 on the same graph

I am also new to R but trying to understand how ggplot works I think I get another way to do it. I just share probably not as a complete perfect solution but to add some different points of view.

I know ggplot is made to work with dataframes better but maybe it can be also sometimes useful to know that you can directly plot two vectors without using a dataframe.

Loading data. Original date vector length is 100 while var0 and var1 have length 50 so I only plot the available data (first 50 dates).

var0 <- 100 + c(0, cumsum(runif(49, -20, 20)))
var1 <- 150 + c(0, cumsum(runif(49, -10, 10)))
date <- seq(as.Date("2002-01-01"), by="1 month", length.out=50)    

Plotting

ggplot() + geom_line(aes(x=date,y=var0),color='red') + 
           geom_line(aes(x=date,y=var1),color='blue') + 
           ylab('Values')+xlab('date')

enter image description here

However I was not able to add a correct legend using this format. Does anyone know how?

How do I set the icon for my application in visual studio 2008?

This is how you do it in Visual Studio 2010.

Because it is finicky, this can be quite painful, actually, because you are trying to do something so incredibly simple, but it isn't straight forward and there are many gotchas that Visual Studio doesn't tell you about. If at any point you feel angry or like you want to sink your teeth into a 2 by 4 and scream, by all means, please do so.

Gotchas:

  • You need to use an .ico file. You cannot use a PNG image file for your executable's icon, it will not work. You must use .ico. There are web utilities that convert images to .ico files.
  • The ico used for your exe will be the ico with the LOWEST RESOURCE ID. In order to change the .ico

1) Open VIEW > RESOURCE VIEW (in the middle of the VIEW menu), or press Ctrl+Shift+E to get it to appear.

2) In Resource view, right click the project name and say ADD > RESOURCE...

3) Assuming you have already generated an .ico file yourself, choose Icon from the list of crap that appears, then click IMPORT.

4) At this dialog *.ico files aren't listed, and you can't use a regular PNG or JPG image as an icon, so change the file filter to *.ico using the dropdown. Misleading UI, I know, I know.

5) If you compile your project now, it will automatically stick the .ico with the lowest ID (as listed in resource.h) as the icon of your .exe file.

6) If you load a bunch of ICO files into the project for whatever reason, be sure the .ico you want Visual Studio to use has the lowest id in resource.h. You can edit this file manually with no problems

Eg.

//resource.h
#define IDI_ICON1                       102
#define IDI_ICON2                       103

IDI_ICON1 is used

//resource.h
#define IDI_ICON1                       106
#define IDI_ICON2                       103

Now IDI_ICON2 is used.

Turning off some legends in a ggplot

You can use guide=FALSE in scale_..._...() to suppress legend.

For your example you should use scale_colour_continuous() because length is continuous variable (not discrete).

(p3 <- ggplot(mov, aes(year, rating, colour = length, shape = mpaa)) +
   scale_colour_continuous(guide = FALSE) +
   geom_point()
)

Or using function guides() you should set FALSE for that element/aesthetic that you don't want to appear as legend, for example, fill, shape, colour.

p0 <- ggplot(mov, aes(year, rating, colour = length, shape = mpaa)) +
  geom_point()    
p0+guides(colour=FALSE)

UPDATE

Both provided solutions work in new ggplot2 version 2.0.0 but movies dataset is no longer present in this library. Instead you have to use new package ggplot2movies to check those solutions.

library(ggplot2movies)
data(movies)
mov <- subset(movies, length != "")

How to update core-js to core-js@3 dependency?

How about reinstalling the node module? Go to the root directory of the project and remove the current node modules and install again.

These are the commands : rm -rf node_modules npm install

OR

npm uninstall -g react-native-cli and

npm install -g react-native-cli

Can you call Directory.GetFiles() with multiple filters?

For .NET 4.0 and later,

var files = Directory.EnumerateFiles("C:\\path", "*.*", SearchOption.AllDirectories)
            .Where(s => s.EndsWith(".mp3") || s.EndsWith(".jpg"));

For earlier versions of .NET,

var files = Directory.GetFiles("C:\\path", "*.*", SearchOption.AllDirectories)
            .Where(s => s.EndsWith(".mp3") || s.EndsWith(".jpg"));

edit: Please read the comments. The improvement that Paul Farry suggests, and the memory/performance issue that Christian.K points out are both very important.

How to convert latitude or longitude to meters?

One nautical mile (1852 meters) is defined as one arcminute of longitude at the equator. However, you need to define a map projection (see also UTM) in which you are working for the conversion to really make sense.

What is the proper way to display the full InnerException?

If you're using Entity Framework, exception.ToString() will not gives you the details of DbEntityValidationException exceptions. You might want to use the same method to handle all your exception, like:

catch (Exception ex)
{
   Log.Error(GetExceptionDetails(ex));
}

Where GetExceptionDetails contains something like this:

public static string GetExceptionDetails(Exception ex)
{
    var stringBuilder = new StringBuilder();

    while (ex != null)
    {
        switch (ex)
        {
            case DbEntityValidationException dbEx:
                var errorMessages = dbEx.EntityValidationErrors.SelectMany(x => x.ValidationErrors).Select(x => x.ErrorMessage);
                var fullErrorMessage = string.Join("; ", errorMessages);
                var message = string.Concat(ex.Message, " The validation errors are: ", fullErrorMessage);

                stringBuilder.Insert(0, dbEx.StackTrace);
                stringBuilder.Insert(0, message);
                break;

            default:
                stringBuilder.Insert(0, ex.StackTrace);
                stringBuilder.Insert(0, ex.Message);
                break;
        }

        ex = ex.InnerException;
    }

    return stringBuilder.ToString();
}

Subscript out of range error in this Excel VBA script

This looks a little better than your previous version but get rid of that .Activate on that line and see if you still get that error.

Dim sh1 As Worksheet
set sh1 = Workbooks.Add(filenum(lngPosition) & ".csv")

Creates a worksheet object. Not until you create that object do you want to start working with it. Once you have that object you can do the following:

sh1.Range("A69").Paste
sh1.Range("A69").Select

The sh1. explicitely tells Excel which object you are saying to work with... otherwise if you start selecting other worksheets while this code is running you could wind up pasting data to the wrong place.

Handling Enter Key in Vue.js

Event Modifiers

You can refer to event modifiers in vuejs to prevent form submission on enter key.

It is a very common need to call event.preventDefault() or event.stopPropagation() inside event handlers.

Although we can do this easily inside methods, it would be better if the methods can be purely about data logic rather than having to deal with DOM event details.

To address this problem, Vue provides event modifiers for v-on. Recall that modifiers are directive postfixes denoted by a dot.

<form v-on:submit.prevent="<method>">
  ...
</form>

As the documentation states, this is syntactical sugar for e.preventDefault() and will stop the unwanted form submission on press of enter key.

Here is a working fiddle.

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new Vue({_x000D_
  el: '#myApp',_x000D_
  data: {_x000D_
    emailAddress: '',_x000D_
    log: ''_x000D_
  },_x000D_
  methods: {_x000D_
    validateEmailAddress: function(e) {_x000D_
      if (e.keyCode === 13) {_x000D_
        alert('Enter was pressed');_x000D_
      } else if (e.keyCode === 50) {_x000D_
        alert('@ was pressed');_x000D_
      }      _x000D_
      this.log += e.key;_x000D_
    },_x000D_
    _x000D_
    postEmailAddress: function() {_x000D_
   this.log += '\n\nPosting';_x000D_
    },_x000D_
    noop () {_x000D_
      // do nothing ?_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
})
_x000D_
html, body, #editor {_x000D_
  margin: 0;_x000D_
  height: 100%;_x000D_
  color: #333;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<script src="https://unpkg.com/[email protected]/dist/vue.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="myApp" style="padding:2rem; background-color:#fff;">_x000D_
<form v-on:submit.prevent="noop">_x000D_
  <input type="text" v-model="emailAddress" v-on:keyup="validateEmailAddress" />_x000D_
  <button type="button" v-on:click="postEmailAddress" >Subscribe</button> _x000D_
  <br /><br />_x000D_
  _x000D_
  <textarea v-model="log" rows="4"></textarea>  _x000D_
</form>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How do I make an asynchronous GET request in PHP?

Based on this thread I made this for my codeigniter project. It works just fine. You can have any function processed in the background.

A controller that accepts the async calls.

class Daemon extends CI_Controller
{
    // Remember to disable CI's csrf-checks for this controller

    function index( )
    {
        ignore_user_abort( 1 );
        try
        {
            if ( strcmp( $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'], $_SERVER['SERVER_ADDR'] ) != 0 && !in_array( $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'], $this->config->item( 'proxy_ips' ) ) )
            {
                log_message( "error", "Daemon called from untrusted IP-address: " . $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] );
                show_404( '/daemon' );
                return;
            }

            $this->load->library( 'encrypt' );
            $params = unserialize( urldecode( $this->encrypt->decode( $_POST['data'] ) ) );
            unset( $_POST );
            $model = array_shift( $params );
            $method = array_shift( $params );
            $this->load->model( $model );
            if ( call_user_func_array( array( $this->$model, $method ), $params ) === FALSE )
            {
                log_message( "error", "Daemon could not call: " . $model . "::" . $method . "()" );
            }
        }
        catch(Exception $e)
        {
            log_message( "error", "Daemon has error: " . $e->getMessage( ) . $e->getFile( ) . $e->getLine( ) );
        }
    }
}

And a library that does the async calls

class Daemon
{
    public function execute_background( /* model, method, params */ )
    {
        $ci = &get_instance( );
        // The callback URL (its ourselves)
        $parts = parse_url( $ci->config->item( 'base_url' ) . "/daemon" );
        if ( strcmp( $parts['scheme'], 'https' ) == 0 )
        {
            $port = 443;
            $host = "ssl://" . $parts['host'];
        }
        else 
        {
            $port = 80;
            $host = $parts['host'];
        }
        if ( ( $fp = fsockopen( $host, isset( $parts['port'] ) ? $parts['port'] : $port, $errno, $errstr, 30 ) ) === FALSE )
        {
            throw new Exception( "Internal server error: background process could not be started" );
        }
        $ci->load->library( 'encrypt' );
        $post_string = "data=" . urlencode( $ci->encrypt->encode( serialize( func_get_args( ) ) ) );
        $out = "POST " . $parts['path'] . " HTTP/1.1\r\n";
        $out .= "Host: " . $host . "\r\n";
        $out .= "Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded\r\n";
        $out .= "Content-Length: " . strlen( $post_string ) . "\r\n";
        $out .= "Connection: Close\r\n\r\n";
        $out .= $post_string;
        fwrite( $fp, $out );
        fclose( $fp );
    }
}

This method can be called to process any model::method() in the 'background'. It uses variable arguments.

$this->load->library('daemon');
$this->daemon->execute_background( 'model', 'method', $arg1, $arg2, ... );

add maven repository to build.gradle

After

apply plugin: 'com.android.application'

You should add this:

  repositories {
        mavenCentral()
        maven {
            url "https://repository-achartengine.forge.cloudbees.com/snapshot/"
        }
    }

@Benjamin explained the reason.

If you have a maven with authentication you can use:

repositories {
            mavenCentral()
            maven {
               credentials {
                   username xxx
                   password xxx
               }
               url    'http://mymaven/xxxx/repositories/releases/'
            }
}

It is important the order.

Conversion failed when converting the varchar value 'simple, ' to data type int

In order to avoid such error you could use CASE + ISNUMERIC to handle scenarios when you cannot convert to int.
Change

CONVERT(INT, CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), a.value))

To

CONVERT(INT,
        CASE
        WHEN IsNumeric(CONVERT(VARCHAR(12), a.value)) = 1 THEN CONVERT(VARCHAR(12),a.value)
        ELSE 0 END) 

Basically this is saying if you cannot convert me to int assign value of 0 (in my example)

Alternatively you can look at this article about creating a custom function that will check if a.value is number: http://www.tek-tips.com/faqs.cfm?fid=6423

Java ElasticSearch None of the configured nodes are available

Check the ES server logs

sudo tail -f /var/log/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.log

I was using an outdated client

Received message from unsupported version: [5.0.0] minimal compatible version is: [6.8.0]

Can (domain name) subdomains have an underscore "_" in it?

Not if you want it to resolve on the Internet.

You cannot have: http://my_subdomain.example.com is invalid.

You can have: http://my-subdomain.example.com with a hyphen.

I need an unordered list without any bullets

This orders a list vertically without bullet points. In just one line!

li {
    display: block;
}

Convert from DateTime to INT

EDIT: Casting to a float/int no longer works in recent versions of SQL Server. Use the following instead:

select datediff(day, '1899-12-30T00:00:00', my_date_field)
from mytable

Note the string date should be in an unambiguous date format so that it isn't affected by your server's regional settings.


In older versions of SQL Server, you can convert from a DateTime to an Integer by casting to a float, then to an int:

select cast(cast(my_date_field as float) as int)
from mytable

(NB: You can't cast straight to an int, as MSSQL rounds the value up if you're past mid day!)

If there's an offset in your data, you can obviously add or subtract this from the result

You can convert in the other direction, by casting straight back:

select cast(my_integer_date as datetime)
from mytable

typeof !== "undefined" vs. != null

good way:

if(typeof neverDeclared == "undefined") //no errors

But the best looking way is to check via :

if(typeof neverDeclared === typeof undefined) //also no errors and no strings

The easiest way to replace white spaces with (underscores) _ in bash

You can do it using only the shell, no need for tr or sed

$ str="This is just a test"
$ echo ${str// /_}
This_is_just_a_test

Where to change the value of lower_case_table_names=2 on windows xampp

Do these steps:

  1. open your MySQL configuration file: [drive]\xampp\mysql\bin\my.ini
  2. look up for: # The MySQL server [mysqld]
  3. add this right below it: lower_case_table_names = 2
  4. save the file and restart MySQL service

From: http://webdev.issimplified.com/2010/03/02/mysql-on-windows-force-table-names-to-lowercase/

ReSharper "Cannot resolve symbol" even when project builds

It's usually happen by config file corrupt or wrong detect. Just delete .vs folder, restart VS to reset config. It will work almost case

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ASP.NET MVC: Custom Validation by DataAnnotation

Self validated model

Your model should implement an interface IValidatableObject. Put your validation code in Validate method:

public class MyModel : IValidatableObject
{
    public string Title { get; set; }
    public string Description { get; set; }

    public IEnumerable<ValidationResult> Validate(ValidationContext validationContext)
    {
        if (Title == null)
            yield return new ValidationResult("*", new [] { nameof(Title) });

        if (Description == null)
            yield return new ValidationResult("*", new [] { nameof(Description) });
    }
}

Please notice: this is a server-side validation. It doesn't work on client-side. You validation will be performed only after form submission.

Could not load file or assembly '' or one of its dependencies

screenshotIn solution explorer right click on project (not solution), in build tab choose Platform target : "Any CPU".

Check if element exists in jQuery

How do I check if an element exists

if ($("#mydiv").length){  }

If it is 0, it will evaluate to false, anything more than that true.

There is no need for a greater than, less than comparison.

Spool Command: Do not output SQL statement to file

set echo off
spool c:\test.csv 
select /*csv*/ username, user_id, created from all_users;
spool off;

Reading and displaying data from a .txt file

If your file is strictly text, I prefer to use the java.util.Scanner class.

You can create a Scanner out of a file by:

Scanner fileIn = new Scanner(new File(thePathToYourFile));

Then, you can read text from the file using the methods:

fileIn.nextLine(); // Reads one line from the file
fileIn.next(); // Reads one word from the file

And, you can check if there is any more text left with:

fileIn.hasNext(); // Returns true if there is another word in the file
fileIn.hasNextLine(); // Returns true if there is another line to read from the file

Once you have read the text, and saved it into a String, you can print the string to the command line with:

System.out.print(aString);
System.out.println(aString);

The posted link contains the full specification for the Scanner class. It will be helpful to assist you with what ever else you may want to do.

How do I correctly clean up a Python object?

The standard way is to use atexit.register:

# package.py
import atexit
import os

class Package:
    def __init__(self):
        self.files = []
        atexit.register(self.cleanup)

    def cleanup(self):
        print("Running cleanup...")
        for file in self.files:
            print("Unlinking file: {}".format(file))
            # os.unlink(file)

But you should keep in mind that this will persist all created instances of Package until Python is terminated.

Demo using the code above saved as package.py:

$ python
>>> from package import *
>>> p = Package()
>>> q = Package()
>>> q.files = ['a', 'b', 'c']
>>> quit()
Running cleanup...
Unlinking file: a
Unlinking file: b
Unlinking file: c
Running cleanup...

How to get the values of a ConfigurationSection of type NameValueSectionHandler

The only way I can get this to work is to manually instantiate the section handler type, pass the raw XML to it, and cast the resulting object.

Seems pretty inefficient, but there you go.

I wrote an extension method to encapsulate this:

public static class ConfigurationSectionExtensions
{
    public static T GetAs<T>(this ConfigurationSection section)
    {
        var sectionInformation = section.SectionInformation;

        var sectionHandlerType = Type.GetType(sectionInformation.Type);
        if (sectionHandlerType == null)
        {
            throw new InvalidOperationException(string.Format("Unable to find section handler type '{0}'.", sectionInformation.Type));
        }

        IConfigurationSectionHandler sectionHandler;
        try
        {
            sectionHandler = (IConfigurationSectionHandler)Activator.CreateInstance(sectionHandlerType);
        }
        catch (InvalidCastException ex)
        {
            throw new InvalidOperationException(string.Format("Section handler type '{0}' does not implement IConfigurationSectionHandler.", sectionInformation.Type), ex);
        }

        var rawXml = sectionInformation.GetRawXml();
        if (rawXml == null)
        {
            return default(T);
        }

        var xmlDocument = new XmlDocument();
        xmlDocument.LoadXml(rawXml);

        return (T)sectionHandler.Create(null, null, xmlDocument.DocumentElement);
    }
}

The way you would call it in your example is:

var map = new ExeConfigurationFileMap
{
    ExeConfigFilename = @"c:\\foo.config"
};
var configuration = ConfigurationManager.OpenMappedExeConfiguration(map, ConfigurationUserLevel.None);
var myParamsSection = configuration.GetSection("MyParams");
var myParamsCollection = myParamsSection.GetAs<NameValueCollection>();

Shell - Write variable contents to a file

Use the echo command:

var="text to append";
destdir=/some/directory/path/filename

if [ -f "$destdir" ]
then 
    echo "$var" > "$destdir"
fi

The if tests that $destdir represents a file.

The > appends the text after truncating the file. If you only want to append the text in $var to the file existing contents, then use >> instead:

echo "$var" >> "$destdir"

The cp command is used for copying files (to files), not for writing text to a file.

PHP CURL & HTTPS

One important note, the solution mentioned above will not work on local host, you have to upload your code to server and then it will work. I was getting no error, than bad request, the problem was I was using localhost (test.dev,myproject.git). Both solution above work, the solution that uses SSL cert is recommended.

  1. Go to https://curl.haxx.se/docs/caextract.html, download the latest cacert.pem. Store is somewhere (not in public folder - but will work regardless)

  2. Use this code

".$result; //echo "
Path:".$_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . "/ssl/cacert.pem"; // this is for troubleshooting only ?>
  1. Upload the code to live server and test.

How to find all occurrences of a substring?

def find_index(string, let):
    enumerated = [place  for place, letter in enumerate(string) if letter == let]
    return enumerated

for example :

find_index("hey doode find d", "d") 

returns:

[4, 7, 13, 15]

Using multiple parameters in URL in express

app.get('/fruit/:fruitName/:fruitColor', function(req, res) {
    var data = {
        "fruit": {
            "apple": req.params.fruitName,
            "color": req.params.fruitColor
        }
    }; 

    send.json(data);
});

If that doesn't work, try using console.log(req.params) to see what it is giving you.

Create line after text with css

This is the most easy way I found to achieve the result: Just use hr tag before the text, and set the margin top for text. Very short and easy to understand! jsfiddle

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h2 {_x000D_
  background-color: #ffffff;_x000D_
  margin-top: -22px;_x000D_
  width: 25%;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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hr {_x000D_
  border: 1px solid #e9a216;_x000D_
}
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<br>_x000D_
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<hr>_x000D_
<h2>ABOUT US</h2>
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Why does C++ compilation take so long?

C++ is compiled into machine code. So you have the pre-processor, the compiler, the optimizer, and finally the assembler, all of which have to run.

Java and C# are compiled into byte-code/IL, and the Java virtual machine/.NET Framework execute (or JIT compile into machine code) prior to execution.

Python is an interpreted language that is also compiled into byte-code.

I'm sure there are other reasons for this as well, but in general, not having to compile to native machine language saves time.

'node' is not recognized as an internal or external command

Nodejs's installation adds nodejs to the path in the environment properties incorrectly.

By default it adds the following to the path:

C:\Program Files\nodejs\

The ending \ is unnecessary. Remove the \ and everything will be beautiful again.

SQL Sum Multiple rows into one

You should group by the field you want the SUM apply to, and not include in SELECT any field other than multiple rows values, like COUNT, SUM, AVE, etc, because if you include Bill field like in this case, only the first value in the set of rows will be displayed, being almost meaningless and confusing.

This will return the sum of bills per account number:

SELECT SUM(Bill) FROM Table1 GROUP BY AccountNumber

You could add more clauses like WHERE, ORDER BY etc as needed.

Iterate over the lines of a string

You can iterate over "a file", which produces lines, including the trailing newline character. To make a "virtual file" out of a string, you can use StringIO:

import io  # for Py2.7 that would be import cStringIO as io

for line in io.StringIO(foo):
    print(repr(line))

Failed to auto-configure a DataSource: 'spring.datasource.url' is not specified

I ran into this problem when I simply mistyped my jdbc url in application.properties. Hope this helps someone: before:

spring.datasource.url=jdbc://localhost:3306/test

after:

spring.datasource.url=jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/test

What does on_delete do on Django models?

Deletes all child fields in the database then we use on_delete as so:

class user(models.Model):
 commodities = models.ForeignKey(commodity, on_delete=models.CASCADE)

Create a menu Bar in WPF?

<StackPanel VerticalAlignment="Top">
    <Menu Width="Auto" Height="20">
        <MenuItem Header="_File">
            <MenuItem x:Name="AppExit" Header="E_xit" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Width="140" Click="AppExit_Click"/>
        </MenuItem>
        <MenuItem Header="_Tools">
            <MenuItem x:Name="Options" Header="_Options" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Width="140"/>
        </MenuItem>
        <MenuItem Header="_Help">
            <MenuItem x:Name="About" Header="&amp;About" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Width="140"/>
        </MenuItem>
    </Menu>
    <Label Content="Label"/>
</StackPanel>

What is Persistence Context?

Taken from this page:

Here's a quick cheat sheet of the JPA world:

  • A Cache is a copy of data, copy meaning pulled from but living outside the database.
  • Flushing a Cache is the act of putting modified data back into the database.
  • A PersistenceContext is essentially a Cache. It also tends to have it's own non-shared database connection.
  • An EntityManager represents a PersistenceContext (and therefore a Cache)
  • An EntityManagerFactory creates an EntityManager (and therefore a PersistenceContext/Cache)

Difference between string object and string literal

The long answer is available here, so I'll give you the short one.

When you do this:

String str = "abc";

You are calling the intern() method on String. This method references an internal pool of String objects. If the String you called intern() on already resides in the pool, then a reference to that String is assigned to str. If not, then the new String is placed in the pool, and a reference to it is then assigned to str.

Given the following code:

String str = "abc";
String str2 = "abc";
boolean identity = str == str2;

When you check for object identity by doing == (you are literally asking: do these two references point to the same object?), you get true.

However, you don't need to intern() Strings. You can force the creation on a new Object on the Heap by doing this:

String str = new String("abc");
String str2 = new String("abc");
boolean identity = str == str2;

In this instance, str and str2 are references to different Objects, neither of which have been interned, so that when you test for Object identity using ==, you will get false.

In terms of good coding practice: do not use == to check for String equality, use .equals() instead.

UTF-8 encoding problem in Spring MVC

I found that "@RequestMapping produces=" and other configuration changes didn't help me. By the time you do resp.getWriter(), it is also too late to set the encoding on the writer.

Adding a header to the HttpServletResponse works.

@RequestMapping(value="/test", method=RequestMethod.POST)
public void test(HttpServletResponse resp) {
    try {
        resp.addHeader("content-type", "application/json; charset=utf-8");
        PrintWriter w = resp.getWriter();
        w.write("{\"name\" : \"µr µicron\"}");
        w.flush();
        w.close();
    } catch (Exception e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}

How can I manually generate a .pyc file from a .py file

I would use compileall. It works nicely both from scripts and from the command line. It's a bit higher level module/tool than the already mentioned py_compile that it also uses internally.

Excel VBA - How to Redim a 2D array?

A small update to what @control freak and @skatun wrote previously (sorry I don't have enough reputation to just make a comment). I used skatun's code and it worked well for me except that it was creating a larger array than what I needed. Therefore, I changed:

ReDim aPreservedArray(nNewFirstUBound, nNewLastUBound)

to:

ReDim aPreservedArray(LBound(aArrayToPreserve, 1) To nNewFirstUBound, LBound(aArrayToPreserve, 2) To nNewLastUBound)

This will maintain whatever the original array's lower bounds were (either 0, 1, or whatever; the original code assumes 0) for both dimensions.

Specify sudo password for Ansible

You can set the password for a group or for all servers at once:

[all:vars]
ansible_sudo_pass=default_sudo_password_for_all_hosts

[group1:vars]
ansible_sudo_pass=default_sudo_password_for_group1

Why am I getting an Exception with the message "Invalid setup on a non-virtual (overridable in VB) member..."?

Code:

private static void RegisterServices(IKernel kernel)
{
    Mock<IProductRepository> mock=new Mock<IProductRepository>();
    mock.Setup(x => x.Products).Returns(new List<Product>
    {
        new Product {Name = "Football", Price = 23},
        new Product {Name = "Surf board", Price = 179},
        new Product {Name = "Running shose", Price = 95}
    });

    kernel.Bind<IProductRepository>().ToConstant(mock.Object);
}        

but see exception.

converting epoch time with milliseconds to datetime

those are miliseconds, just divide them by 1000, since gmtime expects seconds ...

time.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', time.gmtime(1236472051807/1000.0))

Print a list of space-separated elements in Python 3

Although the accepted answer is absolutely clear, I just wanted to check efficiency in terms of time.

The best way is to print joined string of numbers converted to strings.

print(" ".join(list(map(str,l))))

Note that I used map instead of loop. I wrote a little code of all 4 different ways to compare time:

import time as t

a, b = 10, 210000
l = list(range(a, b))
tic = t.time()
for i in l:
    print(i, end=" ")

print()
tac = t.time()
t1 = (tac - tic) * 1000
print(*l)
toe = t.time()
t2 = (toe - tac) * 1000
print(" ".join([str(i) for i in l]))
joe = t.time()
t3 = (joe - toe) * 1000
print(" ".join(list(map(str, l))))
toy = t.time()
t4 = (toy - joe) * 1000
print("Time",t1,t2,t3,t4)

Result:

Time 74344.76 71790.83 196.99 153.99

The output was quite surprising to me. Huge difference of time in cases of 'loop method' and 'joined-string method'.

Conclusion: Do not use loops for printing list if size is too large( in order of 10**5 or more).

How to stop the task scheduled in java.util.Timer class

Terminate the Timer once after awake at a specific time in milliseconds.

Timer t = new Timer();
t.schedule(new TimerTask() {
            @Override
             public void run() {
             System.out.println(" Run spcific task at given time.");
             t.cancel();
             }
 }, 10000);

Role/Purpose of ContextLoaderListener in Spring?

Listener class - Listens on an event (Eg.. Server startup/shutdown)

ContextLoaderListener -

  1. Listens during server start up/shutdown
  2. Takes the Spring configuration files as input and creates the beans as per configuration and make it ready (destroys the bean during shutdown)
  3. Configuration files can be provided like this in web.xml

    <param-name>contextConfigLocation</param-name>  
    <param-value>/WEB-INF/dispatcher-servlet.xml</param-value>  
    

How do I set <table> border width with CSS?

Doing borders on tables with css is a bit more complicated (but not as much, see this jsfiddle as example):

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table {_x000D_
  border-collapse: collapse;_x000D_
  border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
}_x000D_
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table td {_x000D_
  border: 1px solid black;_x000D_
}
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<table>_x000D_
  <tr>_x000D_
    <td>test</td>_x000D_
    <td>test</td>_x000D_
  </tr>_x000D_
</table>
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iOS detect if user is on an iPad

There are quite a few ways to check if a device is an iPad. This is my favorite way to check whether the device is in fact an iPad:

if ( UI_USER_INTERFACE_IDIOM() == UIUserInterfaceIdiomPad )
{
    return YES; /* Device is iPad */
}

The way I use it

#define IDIOM    UI_USER_INTERFACE_IDIOM()
#define IPAD     UIUserInterfaceIdiomPad

if ( IDIOM == IPAD ) {
    /* do something specifically for iPad. */
} else {
    /* do something specifically for iPhone or iPod touch. */
}   

Other Examples

if ( [(NSString*)[UIDevice currentDevice].model hasPrefix:@"iPad"] ) {
    return YES; /* Device is iPad */
}

#define IPAD     (UI_USER_INTERFACE_IDIOM() == UIUserInterfaceIdiomPad)
if ( IPAD ) 
     return YES;

For a Swift solution, see this answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/27517536/2057171

Get pandas.read_csv to read empty values as empty string instead of nan

I was still confused after reading the other answers and comments. But the answer now seems simpler, so here you go.

Since Pandas version 0.9 (from 2012), you can read your csv with empty cells interpreted as empty strings by simply setting keep_default_na=False:

pd.read_csv('test.csv', keep_default_na=False)

This issue is more clearly explained in

That was fixed on on Aug 19, 2012 for Pandas version 0.9 in

How to set underline text on textview?

Need not to use HTML properties, let's focus on java xD I had the same problem, i found the way to do it in java:

String text="Hide post";
TextView tvHide=(TextView)findViewById(R.id.text);
SpannableString spanString = new SpannableString(text);
spanString.setSpan(new UnderlineSpan(), 0, spanString.length(), 0);
tvHide.setText(spanString );

Leverage browser caching, how on apache or .htaccess?

First we need to check if we have enabled mod_headers.c and mod_expires.c.

sudo apache2 -l

If we don't have it, we need to enable them

sudo a2enmod headers

Then we need to restart apache

sudo apache2 restart

At last, add the rules on .htaccess (seen on other answers), for example

ExpiresActive On
ExpiresByType image/gif A2592000
ExpiresByType image/jpeg A2592000
ExpiresByType image/jpg A2592000
ExpiresByType image/png A2592000
ExpiresByType image/x-icon A2592000
ExpiresByType text/css A86400
ExpiresByType text/javascript A86400
ExpiresByType application/x-shockwave-flash A2592000
#
<FilesMatch "\.(gif|jpe?g|png|ico|css|js|swf)$">
Header set Cache-Control "public"
</FilesMatch>

What is the difference between '@' and '=' in directive scope in AngularJS?

@ Attribute string binding (one way) = Two-way model binding & Callback method binding

Hover and Active only when not disabled

.button:active:hover:not([disabled]) {
    /*your styles*/
}

You can try this..

Using Helvetica Neue in a Website

Assuming you have referenced and correctly integrated your font to your site (presumably using an @font-face kit) it should be alright to just reference yours the way you do. Presumably it is like this so they have fall backs incase some browsers do not render the fonts correctly

Calling javascript function in iframe

The first and foremost condition that needs to be met is that both the parent and iframe should belong to the same origin. Once that is done the child can invoke the parent using window.opener method and the parent can do the same for the child as mentioned above

How do I make a burn down chart in Excel?

Say your data set is in Columns A and B of the first sheet.

  1. On Insert ribbon, pick chart type as "Line with Markers"
  2. Right-click on chart, "Select Data...". Select your data in columns without column labels, so your data range would be something like =Sheet1!$A$2:$B$5.
  3. Profit! I mean you're done :-) You might want to change 'Series1' label Excel generates with an actual book name, you can do so in the above "Select Data" dialog.

You can do this with multiple books too - as long as their "pages remaining" data points are tracked on the same dates (e.g. Book2 data would be in Column C, etc...) Books will be represented by additional series.

How to show multiline text in a table cell

On your server-side code, replace the new lines (\n) with <br/>.

If you're using PHP, you can use nl2br()

How do I view Android application specific cache?

Unless ADB is running as root (as it would on an emulator) you cannot generally view anything under /data unless an application which owns it has made it world readable. Further, you cannot browse the directory structure - you can only list files once you get to a directory where you have access, by explicitly entering its path.

Broadly speaking you have five options:

  • Do the investigation within the owning app

  • Mark the files in question as public, and use something (adb shell or adb pull) where you can enter a full path name, instead of trying to browse the tree

  • Have the owning app copy the entire directory to the SD card

  • Use an emulator or rooted device where adb (and thus the ddms browser's access) can run as root (or use a root file explorer or a rooted device)

  • use adb and the run-as tool with a debuggable apk to get a command line shell running as the app's user id. For those familiar with the unix command line, this can be the most effective (though the toolbox sh on android is limited, and uses its tiny vocabulary of error messages in misleading ways)

javascript pushing element at the beginning of an array

Use .unshift() to add to the beginning of an array.

TheArray.unshift(TheNewObject);

See MDN for doc on unshift() and here for doc on other array methods.

FYI, just like there's .push() and .pop() for the end of the array, there's .shift() and .unshift() for the beginning of the array.

How to group an array of objects by key

Grouped Array of Object in typescript with this:

groupBy (list: any[], key: string): Map<string, Array<any>> {
    let map = new Map();
    list.map(val=> {
        if(!map.has(val[key])){
            map.set(val[key],list.filter(data => data[key] == val[key]));
        }
    });
    return map;
});

Do you get charged for a 'stopped' instance on EC2?

When you stop an instance, it is 'deleted'. As such there's nothing to be charged for. If you have an Elastic IP or EBS, then you'll be charged for those - but nothing related to the instance itself.

Python check if website exists

Try this one::

import urllib2  
website='https://www.allyourmusic.com'  
try:  
    response = urllib2.urlopen(website)  
    if response.code==200:  
        print("site exists!")  
    else:  
        print("site doesn't exists!")  
except urllib2.HTTPError, e:  
    print(e.code)  
except urllib2.URLError, e:  
    print(e.args)  

Visual Studio 2017 - Could not load file or assembly 'System.Runtime, Version=4.1.0.0' or one of its dependencies

I resolved that error by referencing the NetStandard.Library and the following app.config File in the NUnit-Project.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<configuration>
<runtime>
    <assemblyBinding xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v1">
        <dependentAssembly>
            <assemblyIdentity name="System.Runtime" publicKeyToken="b03f5f7f11d50a3a" culture="neutral" />
            <bindingRedirect oldVersion="0.0.0.0-4.1.1.0" newVersion="4.1.1.0" />
        </dependentAssembly>
        <dependentAssembly>
            <assemblyIdentity name="System.Reflection" publicKeyToken="b03f5f7f11d50a3a" culture="neutral" />
            <bindingRedirect oldVersion="0.0.0.0-4.1.1.0" newVersion="4.1.1.0" />
        </dependentAssembly>
        <dependentAssembly>
            <assemblyIdentity name="System.Runtime.InteropServices" publicKeyToken="b03f5f7f11d50a3a" culture="neutral" />
            <bindingRedirect oldVersion="0.0.0.0-4.1.0.0" newVersion="4.1.1.0" />
        </dependentAssembly>
    </assemblyBinding>
</runtime>

Edit

If anything other than System.Runtime, System.Reflection or System.Runtime.InteropServices is missing (e.g. System.Linq), then just add a new dependentAssembly node.

Edit 2

In new Visual Studio Versions (2017 15.8 I think) it's possible that Studio creates the app.config File. Just check the Auto-generate binding redirects Checkbox in Project-Properties - Application. Auto-generate binding redirects

Edit 3

Auto-generate binding redirects does not work well with .NET Classlibraries. Adding the following lines to the csproj files solves this and a working .config file for the Classlibary will be generated.

<PropertyGroup>
  <AutoGenerateBindingRedirects>true</AutoGenerateBindingRedirects>
  <GenerateBindingRedirectsOutputType>true</GenerateBindingRedirectsOutputType>
</PropertyGroup>

How to call a stored procedure (with parameters) from another stored procedure without temp table

You can create table variable instead of tamp table in procedure A and execute procedure B and insert into temp table by below query.

DECLARE @T TABLE
(
TABLE DEFINITION
)
.
.
.
INSERT INTO @T
EXEC B @MYDATE

and you continue operation.

Easy way to dismiss keyboard?

You may also need to override UIViewController disablesAutomaticKeyboardDismissal to get this to work in some cases. This may have to be done on the UINavigationController if you have one.

successful/fail message pop up box after submit?

Instead of using a submit button, try using a <button type="button">Submit</button>

You can then call a javascript function in the button, and after the alert popup is confirmed, you can manually submit the form with document.getElementById("form").submit(); ... so you'll need to name and id your form for that to work.

setImmediate vs. nextTick

As an illustration

import fs from 'fs';
import http from 'http';

const options = {
  host: 'www.stackoverflow.com',
  port: 80,
  path: '/index.html'
};

describe('deferredExecution', () => {
  it('deferredExecution', (done) => {
    console.log('Start');
    setTimeout(() => console.log('TO1'), 0);
    setImmediate(() => console.log('IM1'));
    process.nextTick(() => console.log('NT1'));
    setImmediate(() => console.log('IM2'));
    process.nextTick(() => console.log('NT2'));
    http.get(options, () => console.log('IO1'));
    fs.readdir(process.cwd(), () => console.log('IO2'));
    setImmediate(() => console.log('IM3'));
    process.nextTick(() => console.log('NT3'));
    setImmediate(() => console.log('IM4'));
    fs.readdir(process.cwd(), () => console.log('IO3'));
    console.log('Done');
    setTimeout(done, 1500);
  });
});

will give the following output

Start
Done
NT1
NT2
NT3
TO1
IO2
IO3
IM1
IM2
IM3
IM4
IO1

I hope this can help to understand the difference.

Updated:

Callbacks deferred with process.nextTick() run before any other I/O event is fired, while with setImmediate(), the execution is queued behind any I/O event that is already in the queue.

Node.js Design Patterns, by Mario Casciaro (probably the best book about node.js/js)

What is JSON and why would I use it?

the common short answer is: if you are using AJAX to make data requests, you can easily send and return objects as JSON strings. Available extensions for Javascript support toJSON() calls on all javascript types for sending data to the server in an AJAX request. AJAX responses can return objects as JSON strings which can be converted into Javascript objects by a simple eval call, e.g. if the AJAX function someAjaxFunctionCallReturningJson returned

"{ \"FirstName\" : \"Fred\", \"LastName\" : \"Flintstone\" }"

you could write in Javascript

var obj = eval("(" + someAjaxFunctionCallReturningJson().value + ")");
alert(obj.FirstName);
alert(obj.LastName);

JSON can also be used for web service payloads et al, but it is really convenient for AJAX results.

  • Update (ten years later): Don't do this, use JSON.parse

Mailx send html message

I had successfully used the following on Arch Linux (where the -a flag is used for attachments) for several years:

mailx -s "The Subject $( echo -e "\nContent-Type: text/html" [email protected] < email.html

This appended the Content-Type header to the subject header, which worked great until a recent update. Now the new line is filtered out of the -s subject. Presumably, this was done to improve security.

Instead of relying on hacking the subject line, I now use a bash subshell:

(
    echo -e "Content-Type: text/html\n"
    cat mail.html
 ) | mail -s "The Subject" -t [email protected]

And since we are really only using mailx's subject flag, it seems there is no reason not to switch to sendmail as suggested by @dogbane:

(
    echo "To: [email protected]"
    echo "Subject: The Subject"
    echo "Content-Type: text/html"
    echo
    cat mail.html
) | sendmail -t

The use of bash subshells avoids having to create a temporary file.

No module named pkg_resources

Needed a little bit more sudo. Then used easy_install to install pip. Works.

sudo wget https://bootstrap.pypa.io/ez_setup.py -O - | sudo python
sudo easy_install pip

Eclipse reports rendering library more recent than ADT plug-in

Change the Target version to new updates you have. Otherwise, change what SDK version you have in the Android manifest file.

android:minSdkVersion="8"
android:targetSdkVersion="18"

Serializing and submitting a form with jQuery and PHP

You can use this function

var datastring = $("#contactForm").serialize();
$.ajax({
    type: "POST",
    url: "your url.php",
    data: datastring,
    dataType: "json",
    success: function(data) {
        //var obj = jQuery.parseJSON(data); if the dataType is not specified as json uncomment this
        // do what ever you want with the server response
    },
    error: function() {
        alert('error handling here');
    }
});

return type is json

EDIT: I use event.preventDefault to prevent the browser getting submitted in such scenarios.

Adding more data to the answer.

dataType: "jsonp" if it is a cross-domain call.

beforeSend: // this is a pre-request call back function

complete: // a function to be called after the request ends.so code that has to be executed regardless of success or error can go here

async: // by default, all requests are sent asynchronously

cache: // by default true. If set to false, it will force requested pages not to be cached by the browser.

Find the official page here

Why use the INCLUDE clause when creating an index?

An additional consideraion that I have not seen in the answers already given, is that included columns can be of data types that are not allowed as index key columns, such as varchar(max).

This allows you to include such columns in a covering index. I recently had to do this to provide a nHibernate generated query, which had a lot of columns in the SELECT, with a useful index.

How can I find matching values in two arrays?

Libraries like underscore and lodash have a utility method called intersection to find matches in arrays passed in. Take a look at: http://underscorejs.org/#intersection

Can not deserialize instance of java.util.ArrayList out of VALUE_STRING

For people that find this question by searching for the error message, you can also see this error if you make a mistake in your @JsonProperty annotations such that you annotate a List-typed property with the name of a single-valued field:

@JsonProperty("someSingleValuedField") // Oops, should have been "someMultiValuedField"
public List<String> getMyField() { // deserialization fails - single value into List
  return myField;
}

How Stuff and 'For Xml Path' work in SQL Server?

Declare @Temp As Table (Id Int,Name Varchar(100))
Insert Into @Temp values(1,'A'),(1,'B'),(1,'C'),(2,'D'),(2,'E'),(3,'F'),(3,'G'),(3,'H'),(4,'I'),(5,'J'),(5,'K')
Select X.ID,
stuff((Select ','+ Z.Name from @Temp Z Where X.Id =Z.Id For XML Path('')),1,1,'')
from @Temp X
Group by X.ID

How to remove padding around buttons in Android?

I am new to android but I had a similar situation. I did what @Delyan suggested and also used android:background="@null" in the xml layout file.

MySQL foreign key constraints, cascade delete

I got confused by the answer to this question, so I created a test case in MySQL, hope this helps

-- Schema
CREATE TABLE T1 (
    `ID` int not null auto_increment,
    `Label` varchar(50),
    primary key (`ID`)
);

CREATE TABLE T2 (
    `ID` int not null auto_increment,
    `Label` varchar(50),
    primary key (`ID`)
);

CREATE TABLE TT (
    `IDT1` int not null,
    `IDT2` int not null,
    primary key (`IDT1`,`IDT2`)
);

ALTER TABLE `TT`
    ADD CONSTRAINT `fk_tt_t1` FOREIGN KEY (`IDT1`) REFERENCES `T1`(`ID`) ON DELETE CASCADE,
    ADD CONSTRAINT `fk_tt_t2` FOREIGN KEY (`IDT2`) REFERENCES `T2`(`ID`) ON DELETE CASCADE;

-- Data
INSERT INTO `T1` (`Label`) VALUES ('T1V1'),('T1V2'),('T1V3'),('T1V4');
INSERT INTO `T2` (`Label`) VALUES ('T2V1'),('T2V2'),('T2V3'),('T2V4');
INSERT INTO `TT` (`IDT1`,`IDT2`) VALUES
(1,1),(1,2),(1,3),(1,4),
(2,1),(2,2),(2,3),(2,4),
(3,1),(3,2),(3,3),(3,4),
(4,1),(4,2),(4,3),(4,4);

-- Delete
DELETE FROM `T2` WHERE `ID`=4; -- Delete one field, all the associated fields on tt, will be deleted, no change in T1
TRUNCATE `T2`; -- Can't truncate a table with a referenced field
DELETE FROM `T2`; -- This will do the job, delete all fields from T2, and all associations from TT, no change in T1

Highlight Anchor Links when user manually scrolls?

You can use Jquery's on method and listen for the scroll event.

Spring - No EntityManager with actual transaction available for current thread - cannot reliably process 'persist' call

For anyone with the same issue as I had, I was calling a public method method1 from within another class. method1 then called another public method method2 within the same class. method2 was annotated with @Transactional, but method1 was not. All that method1 did was transform some arguments and directly call method2, so no DB operations here.

The issue got solved for me once I moved the @Transactional annotation to method1.

Not sure the reason for this, but this did it for me.

Shell script to get the process ID on Linux

Its pretty simple. Simply Run Any Program like this :- x= gedit & echo $! this will give you PID of this process. then do this kill -9 $x

Get the current date and time

Get Current DateTime

Now.ToShortDateString()
DateTime.Now
Today.Now

MySQL convert date string to Unix timestamp

From http://www.epochconverter.com/

SELECT DATEDIFF(s, '1970-01-01 00:00:00', GETUTCDATE())

My bad, SELECT unix_timestamp(time) Time format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS or YYMMDD or YYYYMMDD. More on using timestamps with MySQL:

http://www.epochconverter.com/programming/mysql-from-unixtime.php

Converting Integers to Roman Numerals - Java

From Java Notes 6.0 website:

      /**
       * An object of type RomanNumeral is an integer between 1 and 3999.  It can
       * be constructed either from an integer or from a string that represents
       * a Roman numeral in this range.  The function toString() will return a
       * standardized Roman numeral representation of the number.  The function
       * toInt() will return the number as a value of type int.
       */
      public class RomanNumeral {

         private final int num;   // The number represented by this Roman numeral.

         /* The following arrays are used by the toString() function to construct
            the standard Roman numeral representation of the number.  For each i,
            the number numbers[i] is represented by the corresponding string, letters[i].
         */

         private static int[]    numbers = { 1000,  900,  500,  400,  100,   90,  
                                               50,   40,   10,    9,    5,    4,    1 };

         private static String[] letters = { "M",  "CM",  "D",  "CD", "C",  "XC",
                                             "L",  "XL",  "X",  "IX", "V",  "IV", "I" };

         /**
          * Constructor.  Creates the Roman number with the int value specified
          * by the parameter.  Throws a NumberFormatException if arabic is
          * not in the range 1 to 3999 inclusive.
          */
         public RomanNumeral(int arabic) {
            if (arabic < 1)
               throw new NumberFormatException("Value of RomanNumeral must be positive.");
            if (arabic > 3999)
               throw new NumberFormatException("Value of RomanNumeral must be 3999 or less.");
            num = arabic;
         }


         /*
          * Constructor.  Creates the Roman number with the given representation.
          * For example, RomanNumeral("xvii") is 17.  If the parameter is not a
          * legal Roman numeral, a NumberFormatException is thrown.  Both upper and
          * lower case letters are allowed.
          */
         public RomanNumeral(String roman) {

            if (roman.length() == 0)
               throw new NumberFormatException("An empty string does not define a Roman numeral.");

            roman = roman.toUpperCase();  // Convert to upper case letters.

            int i = 0;       // A position in the string, roman;
            int arabic = 0;  // Arabic numeral equivalent of the part of the string that has
                             //    been converted so far.

            while (i < roman.length()) {

               char letter = roman.charAt(i);        // Letter at current position in string.
               int number = letterToNumber(letter);  // Numerical equivalent of letter.

               i++;  // Move on to next position in the string

               if (i == roman.length()) {
                     // There is no letter in the string following the one we have just processed.
                     // So just add the number corresponding to the single letter to arabic.
                  arabic += number;
               }
               else {
                     // Look at the next letter in the string.  If it has a larger Roman numeral
                     // equivalent than number, then the two letters are counted together as
                     // a Roman numeral with value (nextNumber - number).
                  int nextNumber = letterToNumber(roman.charAt(i));
                  if (nextNumber > number) {
                       // Combine the two letters to get one value, and move on to next position in string.
                     arabic += (nextNumber - number);
                     i++;
                  }
                  else {
                       // Don't combine the letters.  Just add the value of the one letter onto the number.
                     arabic += number;
                  }
               }

            }  // end while

            if (arabic > 3999)
               throw new NumberFormatException("Roman numeral must have value 3999 or less.");

            num = arabic;

         } // end constructor


         /**
          * Find the integer value of letter considered as a Roman numeral.  Throws
          * NumberFormatException if letter is not a legal Roman numeral.  The letter 
          * must be upper case.
          */
         private int letterToNumber(char letter) {
            switch (letter) {
               case 'I':  return 1;
               case 'V':  return 5;
               case 'X':  return 10;
               case 'L':  return 50;
               case 'C':  return 100;
               case 'D':  return 500;
               case 'M':  return 1000;
               default:   throw new NumberFormatException(
                            "Illegal character \"" + letter + "\" in Roman numeral");
            }
         }


         /**
          * Return the standard representation of this Roman numeral.
          */
         public String toString() {
            String roman = "";  // The roman numeral.
            int N = num;        // N represents the part of num that still has
                                //   to be converted to Roman numeral representation.
            for (int i = 0; i < numbers.length; i++) {
               while (N >= numbers[i]) {
                  roman += letters[i];
                  N -= numbers[i];
               }
            }
            return roman;
         }


         /**
          * Return the value of this Roman numeral as an int.
          */
         public int toInt() {
            return num;
         }


      }

How to update specific key's value in an associative array in PHP?

This a single solution, in where your_field is a field that will set and new_value is a new value field, that can a function or a single value

foreach ($array as $key => $item) {
   $item["your_field"] = "new_value";
   $array[$key] = $item;
}

In your case new_value will be a date() function

How to fix: "HAX is not working and emulator runs in emulation mode"

If you are on a mac you can install haxm using homebrew via cask which is a built-in extension (as of 2015) which allows installing non-open-source and desktop apps (i.e. chrome, firefox, eclipse, etc.):

brew cask install intel-haxm 

Android Studio

If you are using Android Studio then you can achieve the same result from the menu Tools ? SDK Manager, and then on the SDK Tools tab, select the checkbox for Intel x86 Emulator Accelerator (HAXM installer), and click Ok.

'cannot open git-upload-pack' error in Eclipse when cloning or pushing git repository

After struggling for a couple of hours, I found that git config file was not updated when I added the entry sslVerify = false in my Eclipse.

I solved my problem by navigating to my .git directory and updating the config file to :

[http]
    sslVerify = false

Is it possible to add dynamically named properties to JavaScript object?

Yes it is possible. Assuming:

var data = {
    'PropertyA': 1,
    'PropertyB': 2,
    'PropertyC': 3
};
var propertyName = "someProperty";
var propertyValue = "someValue";

Either:

data[propertyName] = propertyValue;

or

eval("data." + propertyName + " = '" + propertyValue + "'");

The first method is preferred. eval() has the obvious security concerns if you're using values supplied by the user so don't use it if you can avoid it but it's worth knowing it exists and what it can do.

You can reference this with:

alert(data.someProperty);

or

data(data["someProperty"]);

or

alert(data[propertyName]);

Detecting Enter keypress on VB.NET

There is no need to set the KeyPreview Property to True. Just add the following function.

Protected Overrides Function ProcessCmdKey(ByRef msg As System.Windows.Forms.Message, _
                                           ByVal keyData As System.Windows.Forms.Keys) _
                                           As Boolean

    If msg.WParam.ToInt32() = CInt(Keys.Enter) Then
        SendKeys.Send("{Tab}")
        Return True
    End If
    Return MyBase.ProcessCmdKey(msg, keyData)
End Function

Now, when you press Enter on a TextBox, the control moves to the next control.

PHP Get URL with Parameter

for complette URL with protocol, servername and parameters:

 $base_url = ( isset($_SERVER['HTTPS']) && $_SERVER['HTTPS']=='on' ? 'https' : 'http' ) . '://' .  $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];
 $url = $base_url . $_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"];

Is it possible to make a Tree View with Angular?

Based on @ganaraj 's answer, and @dnc253 's answer, I just made a simple "directive" for the tree structure having selecting, adding, deleting, and editing feature.

Jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/yoshiokatsuneo/9dzsms7y/

HTML:

<script type="text/ng-template" id="tree_item_renderer.html">
    <div class="node"  ng-class="{selected: data.selected}" ng-click="select(data)">
        <span ng-click="data.hide=!data.hide" style="display:inline-block; width:10px;">
            <span ng-show="data.hide && data.nodes.length > 0" class="fa fa-caret-right">+</span>
            <span ng-show="!data.hide && data.nodes.length > 0" class="fa fa-caret-down">-</span>
        </span>
        <span ng-show="!data.editting" ng-dblclick="edit($event)" >{{data.name}}</span>
        <span ng-show="data.editting"><input ng-model="data.name" ng-blur="unedit()" ng-focus="f()"></input></span>
        <button ng-click="add(data)">Add node</button>
        <button ng-click="delete(data)" ng-show="data.parent">Delete node</button>
    </div>
    <ul ng-show="!data.hide" style="list-style-type: none; padding-left: 15px">
        <li ng-repeat="data in data.nodes">
            <recursive><sub-tree data="data"></sub-tree></recursive>
        </li>
    </ul>
</script>
<ul ng-app="Application" style="list-style-type: none; padding-left: 0">
    <tree data='{name: "Node", nodes: [],show:true}'></tree>
</ul>

JavaScript:

angular.module("myApp",[]);

/* https://stackoverflow.com/a/14657310/1309218 */
angular.module("myApp").
directive("recursive", function($compile) {
    return {
        restrict: "EACM",
        require: '^tree',
        priority: 100000,

        compile: function(tElement, tAttr) {
            var contents = tElement.contents().remove();
            var compiledContents;
            return function(scope, iElement, iAttr) {
                if(!compiledContents) {
                    compiledContents = $compile(contents);
                }
                compiledContents(scope, 
                                     function(clone) {
                         iElement.append(clone);
                                         });
            };
        }
    };
});

angular.module("myApp").
directive("subTree", function($timeout) {
    return {
        restrict: 'EA',
        require: '^tree',
        templateUrl: 'tree_item_renderer.html',
        scope: {
            data: '=',
        },
        link: function(scope, element, attrs, treeCtrl) {
            scope.select = function(){
                treeCtrl.select(scope.data);
            };
            scope.delete = function() {
                scope.data.parent.nodes.splice(scope.data.parent.nodes.indexOf(scope.data), 1);
            };
            scope.add = function() {
                var post = scope.data.nodes.length + 1;
                var newName = scope.data.name + '-' + post;
                scope.data.nodes.push({name: newName,nodes: [],show:true, parent: scope.data});
            };
            scope.edit = function(event){
                scope.data.editting = true;
                $timeout(function(){event.target.parentNode.querySelector('input').focus();});
            };
            scope.unedit = function(){
                scope.data.editting = false;
            };

        }
    };
});


angular.module("myApp").
directive("tree", function(){
    return {
        restrict: 'EA',
        template: '<sub-tree data="data" root="data"></sub-tree>',
        controller: function($scope){
            this.select = function(data){
                if($scope.selected){
                    $scope.selected.selected = false;
                }
                data.selected = true;
                $scope.selected = data;
            };
        },
        scope: {
            data: '=',
        }
    }
});

submit a form in a new tab

Your browser options must be set to open new windows in a new tab, otherwise a new browser window is opened.

jquery to loop through table rows and cells, where checkob is checked, concatenate

UPDATED

I've updated your demo: http://jsfiddle.net/terryyounghk/QS56z/18/

Also, I've changed two ^= to *=. See http://api.jquery.com/category/selectors/

And note the :checked selector. See http://api.jquery.com/checked-selector/

function createcodes() {

    //run through each row
    $('.authors-list tr').each(function (i, row) {

        // reference all the stuff you need first
        var $row = $(row),
            $family = $row.find('input[name*="family"]'),
            $grade = $row.find('input[name*="grade"]'),
            $checkedBoxes = $row.find('input:checked');

        $checkedBoxes.each(function (i, checkbox) {
            // assuming you layout the elements this way, 
            // we'll take advantage of .next()
            var $checkbox = $(checkbox),
                $line = $checkbox.next(),
                $size = $line.next();

            $line.val(
                $family.val() + ' ' + $size.val() + ', ' + $grade.val()
            );

        });

    });
}

How to retrieve JSON Data Array from ExtJS Store

Here is another simple clean way:

var jsonArr = [];
grid.getStore().each( function (model) {
    jsonArr.push(model.data);
});

The difference between Classes, Objects, and Instances

Class is Data Type,You use this type to create object.

  • Instance is Logical but object is Physical means occupies some memory.

  • We can create an instance for abstract class as well as for interface, but we cannot create an
    object for those.

  • Object is instance of class and instance means representative of class i.e object.

  • Instance refers to Reference of an object.

  • Object is actually pointing to memory address of that instance.

  • You can’t pass instance over the layers but you can pass the object over the layers

  • You can’t store an instance but you can store an object

  • A single object can have more than one instance.

  • Instance will have the both class definition and the object definition where as in object it will have only the object definition.

Syntax of Object:

 Classname var=new Classname();

But for instance creation it returns only a pointer refering to an object, syntax is :

 Classname varname;

Adding two numbers concatenates them instead of calculating the sum

Try this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>

    <body>
        <p>Add Section</p>

        <label>First Number:</label>
        <input id="txt1"  type="text"/><br />
        <label>Second Number:</label>
        <input id="txt2"  type="text"/><br />

        <input type="button" name="Add" value="Add" onclick="addTwoNumber()"/>
        <p id="demo"></p>

        <script>
            function myFunction() {
                document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = Date();
            }

            function addTwoNumber(){
                var a = document.getElementById("txt1").value;
                var b = document.getElementById("txt2").value;

                var x = Number(a) + Number(b);
                document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = "Add Value: " + x;
            }
        </script>
    </body>
</html>

Can RDP clients launch remote applications and not desktops

"alternate shell" doesn't seem to work anymore in recent versions of Windows, RemoteApp is the way to go.

remoteapplicationmode:i:1
remoteapplicationname:s:Purpose of the app shown to user...
remoteapplicationprogram:s:C:\...\some.exe
remoteapplicationcmdline:s:

To get this to work under e.g. Windows 10 Professional, one needs to enable some policy:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Terminal Services]
"fAllowUnlistedRemotePrograms"=dword:00000001

Rails 3: I want to list all paths defined in my rails application

Update

I later found that, there is an official way to see all the routes, by going to http://localhost:3000/rails/info/routes. Official docs: https://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html#listing-existing-routes


Though, it may be late, But I love the error page which displays all the routes. I usually try to go at /routes (or some bogus) path directly from the browser. Rails server automatically gives me a routing error page as well as all the routes and paths defined. That was very helpful :)

So, Just go to http://localhost:3000/routes enter image description here

Circular (or cyclic) imports in Python

As other answers describe this pattern is acceptable in python:

def dostuff(self):
     from foo import bar
     ...

Which will avoid the execution of the import statement when the file is imported by other modules. Only if there is a logical circular dependency, this will fail.

Most Circular Imports are not actually logical circular imports but rather raise ImportError errors, because of the way import() evaluates top level statements of the entire file when called.

These ImportErrors can almost always be avoided if you positively want your imports on top:

Consider this circular import:

App A

# profiles/serializers.py

from images.serializers import SimplifiedImageSerializer

class SimplifiedProfileSerializer(serializers.Serializer):
    name = serializers.CharField()

class ProfileSerializer(SimplifiedProfileSerializer):
    recent_images = SimplifiedImageSerializer(many=True)

App B

# images/serializers.py

from profiles.serializers import SimplifiedProfileSerializer

class SimplifiedImageSerializer(serializers.Serializer):
    title = serializers.CharField()

class ImageSerializer(SimplifiedImageSerializer):
    profile = SimplifiedProfileSerializer()

From David Beazleys excellent talk Modules and Packages: Live and Let Die! - PyCon 2015, 1:54:00, here is a way to deal with circular imports in python:

try:
    from images.serializers import SimplifiedImageSerializer
except ImportError:
    import sys
    SimplifiedImageSerializer = sys.modules[__package__ + '.SimplifiedImageSerializer']

This tries to import SimplifiedImageSerializer and if ImportError is raised, because it already is imported, it will pull it from the importcache.

PS: You have to read this entire post in David Beazley's voice.

google maps v3 marker info window on mouseover

var icon1 = "imageA.png";
var icon2 = "imageB.png";

var marker = new google.maps.Marker({
    position: myLatLng,
    map: map,
    icon: icon1,
    title: "some marker"
});

google.maps.event.addListener(marker, 'mouseover', function() {
    marker.setIcon(icon2);
});
google.maps.event.addListener(marker, 'mouseout', function() {
    marker.setIcon(icon1);
});

AngularJS Directive Restrict A vs E

Element is not supported in IE8 out of the box you have to do some work to make IE8 accept custom tags.

One advantage of using an attribute over an element is that you can apply multiple directives to the same DOM node. This is particularly handy for things like form controls where you can highlight, disable, or add labels etc. with additional attributes without having to wrap the element in a bunch of tags.

How to check if matching text is found in a string in Lua?

There are 2 options to find matching text; string.match or string.find.

Both of these perform a regex search on the string to find matches.


string.find()

string.find(subject string, pattern string, optional start position, optional plain flag)

Returns the startIndex & endIndex of the substring found.

The plain flag allows for the pattern to be ignored and intead be interpreted as a literal. Rather than (tiger) being interpreted as a regex capture group matching for tiger, it instead looks for (tiger) within a string.

Going the other way, if you want to regex match but still want literal special characters (such as .()[]+- etc.), you can escape them with a percentage; %(tiger%).

You will likely use this in combination with string.sub

Example

str = "This is some text containing the word tiger."
if string.find(str, "tiger") then
  print ("The word tiger was found.")
else
  print ("The word tiger was not found.")
end

string.match()

string.match(s, pattern, optional index)

Returns the capture groups found.

Example

str = "This is some text containing the word tiger."
if string.match(str, "tiger") then
  print ("The word tiger was found.")
else
  print ("The word tiger was not found.")
end

Going from MM/DD/YYYY to DD-MMM-YYYY in java

formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MMM-yy");

Where and why do I have to put the "template" and "typename" keywords?

(See here also for my C++11 answer)

In order to parse a C++ program, the compiler needs to know whether certain names are types or not. The following example demonstrates that:

t * f;

How should this be parsed? For many languages a compiler doesn't need to know the meaning of a name in order to parse and basically know what action a line of code does. In C++, the above however can yield vastly different interpretations depending on what t means. If it's a type, then it will be a declaration of a pointer f. However if it's not a type, it will be a multiplication. So the C++ Standard says at paragraph (3/7):

Some names denote types or templates. In general, whenever a name is encountered it is necessary to determine whether that name denotes one of these entities before continuing to parse the program that contains it. The process that determines this is called name lookup.

How will the compiler find out what a name t::x refers to, if t refers to a template type parameter? x could be a static int data member that could be multiplied or could equally well be a nested class or typedef that could yield to a declaration. If a name has this property - that it can't be looked up until the actual template arguments are known - then it's called a dependent name (it "depends" on the template parameters).

You might recommend to just wait till the user instantiates the template:

Let's wait until the user instantiates the template, and then later find out the real meaning of t::x * f;.

This will work and actually is allowed by the Standard as a possible implementation approach. These compilers basically copy the template's text into an internal buffer, and only when an instantiation is needed, they parse the template and possibly detect errors in the definition. But instead of bothering the template's users (poor colleagues!) with errors made by a template's author, other implementations choose to check templates early on and give errors in the definition as soon as possible, before an instantiation even takes place.

So there has to be a way to tell the compiler that certain names are types and that certain names aren't.

The "typename" keyword

The answer is: We decide how the compiler should parse this. If t::x is a dependent name, then we need to prefix it by typename to tell the compiler to parse it in a certain way. The Standard says at (14.6/2):

A name used in a template declaration or definition and that is dependent on a template-parameter is assumed not to name a type unless the applicable name lookup finds a type name or the name is qualified by the keyword typename.

There are many names for which typename is not necessary, because the compiler can, with the applicable name lookup in the template definition, figure out how to parse a construct itself - for example with T *f;, when T is a type template parameter. But for t::x * f; to be a declaration, it must be written as typename t::x *f;. If you omit the keyword and the name is taken to be a non-type, but when instantiation finds it denotes a type, the usual error messages are emitted by the compiler. Sometimes, the error consequently is given at definition time:

// t::x is taken as non-type, but as an expression the following misses an
// operator between the two names or a semicolon separating them.
t::x f;

The syntax allows typename only before qualified names - it is therefor taken as granted that unqualified names are always known to refer to types if they do so.

A similar gotcha exists for names that denote templates, as hinted at by the introductory text.

The "template" keyword

Remember the initial quote above and how the Standard requires special handling for templates as well? Let's take the following innocent-looking example:

boost::function< int() > f;

It might look obvious to a human reader. Not so for the compiler. Imagine the following arbitrary definition of boost::function and f:

namespace boost { int function = 0; }
int main() { 
  int f = 0;
  boost::function< int() > f; 
}

That's actually a valid expression! It uses the less-than operator to compare boost::function against zero (int()), and then uses the greater-than operator to compare the resulting bool against f. However as you might well know, boost::function in real life is a template, so the compiler knows (14.2/3):

After name lookup (3.4) finds that a name is a template-name, if this name is followed by a <, the < is always taken as the beginning of a template-argument-list and never as a name followed by the less-than operator.

Now we are back to the same problem as with typename. What if we can't know yet whether the name is a template when parsing the code? We will need to insert template immediately before the template name, as specified by 14.2/4. This looks like:

t::template f<int>(); // call a function template

Template names can not only occur after a :: but also after a -> or . in a class member access. You need to insert the keyword there too:

this->template f<int>(); // call a function template

Dependencies

For the people that have thick Standardese books on their shelf and that want to know what exactly I was talking about, I'll talk a bit about how this is specified in the Standard.

In template declarations some constructs have different meanings depending on what template arguments you use to instantiate the template: Expressions may have different types or values, variables may have different types or function calls might end up calling different functions. Such constructs are generally said to depend on template parameters.

The Standard defines precisely the rules by whether a construct is dependent or not. It separates them into logically different groups: One catches types, another catches expressions. Expressions may depend by their value and/or their type. So we have, with typical examples appended:

  • Dependent types (e.g: a type template parameter T)
  • Value-dependent expressions (e.g: a non-type template parameter N)
  • Type-dependent expressions (e.g: a cast to a type template parameter (T)0)

Most of the rules are intuitive and are built up recursively: For example, a type constructed as T[N] is a dependent type if N is a value-dependent expression or T is a dependent type. The details of this can be read in section (14.6.2/1) for dependent types, (14.6.2.2) for type-dependent expressions and (14.6.2.3) for value-dependent expressions.

Dependent names

The Standard is a bit unclear about what exactly is a dependent name. On a simple read (you know, the principle of least surprise), all it defines as a dependent name is the special case for function names below. But since clearly T::x also needs to be looked up in the instantiation context, it also needs to be a dependent name (fortunately, as of mid C++14 the committee has started to look into how to fix this confusing definition).

To avoid this problem, I have resorted to a simple interpretation of the Standard text. Of all the constructs that denote dependent types or expressions, a subset of them represent names. Those names are therefore "dependent names". A name can take different forms - the Standard says:

A name is a use of an identifier (2.11), operator-function-id (13.5), conversion-function-id (12.3.2), or template-id (14.2) that denotes an entity or label (6.6.4, 6.1)

An identifier is just a plain sequence of characters / digits, while the next two are the operator + and operator type form. The last form is template-name <argument list>. All these are names, and by conventional use in the Standard, a name can also include qualifiers that say what namespace or class a name should be looked up in.

A value dependent expression 1 + N is not a name, but N is. The subset of all dependent constructs that are names is called dependent name. Function names, however, may have different meaning in different instantiations of a template, but unfortunately are not caught by this general rule.

Dependent function names

Not primarily a concern of this article, but still worth mentioning: Function names are an exception that are handled separately. An identifier function name is dependent not by itself, but by the type dependent argument expressions used in a call. In the example f((T)0), f is a dependent name. In the Standard, this is specified at (14.6.2/1).

Additional notes and examples

In enough cases we need both of typename and template. Your code should look like the following

template <typename T, typename Tail>
struct UnionNode : public Tail {
    // ...
    template<typename U> struct inUnion {
        typedef typename Tail::template inUnion<U> dummy;
    };
    // ...
};

The keyword template doesn't always have to appear in the last part of a name. It can appear in the middle before a class name that's used as a scope, like in the following example

typename t::template iterator<int>::value_type v;

In some cases, the keywords are forbidden, as detailed below

  • On the name of a dependent base class you are not allowed to write typename. It's assumed that the name given is a class type name. This is true for both names in the base-class list and the constructor initializer list:

     template <typename T>
     struct derive_from_Has_type : /* typename */ SomeBase<T>::type 
     { };
    
  • In using-declarations it's not possible to use template after the last ::, and the C++ committee said not to work on a solution.

     template <typename T>
     struct derive_from_Has_type : SomeBase<T> {
        using SomeBase<T>::template type; // error
        using typename SomeBase<T>::type; // typename *is* allowed
     };
    

What is the purpose of the vshost.exe file?

I'm not sure, but I believe it is a debugging optimization. However, I usually turn it off (see Debug properties for the project) and I don't notice any slowdown and I see no limitations when it comes to debugging.

how to show only even or odd rows in sql server 2008?

Here’s a simple and straightforward answer to your question, (I think). I am using the TSQL2012 sample database and I am returning only even or odd rows based on “employeeID” in the “HR.Employees” table.

USE TSQL2012;
GO

Return only Even numbers of the employeeID:

SELECT *
FROM HR.Employees
WHERE (empid % 2) = 0;
GO

Return only Odd numbers of the employeeID:

SELECT *
FROM HR.Employees
WHERE (empid % 2) = 1;
GO

Hopefully, that’s the answer you were looking for.

How to programmatically log out from Facebook SDK 3.0 without using Facebook login/logout button?

Yup, As @luizfelippe mentioned Session class has been removed since SDK 4.0. We need to use LoginManager.

I just looked into LoginButton class for logout. They are making this kind of check. They logs out only if accessToken is not null. So, I think its better to have this in our code too..

AccessToken accessToken = AccessToken.getCurrentAccessToken();
if(accessToken != null){
    LoginManager.getInstance().logOut();
}

Angular HttpClient "Http failure during parsing"

You can specify that the data to be returned is not JSON using responseType.

In your example, you can use a responseType string value of text, like this:

return this.http.post(
    'http://10.0.1.19/login',
    {email, password},
    {responseType: 'text'})

The full list of options for responseType is:

  • json (the default)
  • text
  • arraybuffer
  • blob

See the docs for more information.

Count of "Defined" Array Elements

In recent browser, you can use filter

var size = arr.filter(function(value) { return value !== undefined }).length;

console.log(size);

Another method, if the browser supports indexOf for arrays:

var size = arr.slice(0).sort().indexOf(undefined);

If for absurd you have one-digit-only elements in the array, you could use that dirty trick:

console.log(arr.join("").length);

There are several methods you can use, but at the end we have to see if it's really worthy doing these instead of a loop.

In what cases do I use malloc and/or new?

From the C++ FQA Lite:

[16.4] Why should I use new instead of trustworthy old malloc()?

FAQ: new/delete call the constructor/destructor; new is type safe, malloc is not; new can be overridden by a class.

FQA: The virtues of new mentioned by the FAQ are not virtues, because constructors, destructors, and operator overloading are garbage (see what happens when you have no garbage collection?), and the type safety issue is really tiny here (normally you have to cast the void* returned by malloc to the right pointer type to assign it to a typed pointer variable, which may be annoying, but far from "unsafe").

Oh, and using trustworthy old malloc makes it possible to use the equally trustworthy & old realloc. Too bad we don't have a shiny new operator renew or something.

Still, new is not bad enough to justify a deviation from the common style used throughout a language, even when the language is C++. In particular, classes with non-trivial constructors will misbehave in fatal ways if you simply malloc the objects. So why not use new throughout the code? People rarely overload operator new, so it probably won't get in your way too much. And if they do overload new, you can always ask them to stop.

Sorry, I just couldn't resist. :)

how can get index & count in vuejs

this might be a dirty code but i think it can suffice

<div v-for="(counter in counters">
{{ counter }}) {{ userlist[counter-1].name }}
</div>

on your script add this one

data(){return {userlist: [],user_id: '',counters: 0,edit: false,}},

C# Lambda expressions: Why should I use them?

The biggest benefit of lambda expressions and anonymous functions is the fact that they allow the client (programmer) of a library/framework to inject functionality by means of code in the given library/framework ( as it is the LINQ, ASP.NET Core and many others ) in a way that the regular methods cannot. However, their strength is not obvious for a single application programmer but to the one that creates libraries that will be later used by others who will want to configure the behaviour of the library code or the one that uses libraries. So the context of effectively using a lambda expression is the usage/creation of a library/framework.

Also since they describe one-time usage code they don't have to be members of a class where that will led to more code complexity. Imagine to have to declare a class with unclear focus every time we wanted to configure the operation of a class object.

How to download HTTP directory with all files and sub-directories as they appear on the online files/folders list?

wget generally works in this way, but some sites may have problems and it may create too many unnecessary html files. In order to make this work easier and to prevent unnecessary file creation, I am sharing my getwebfolder script, which is the first linux script I wrote for myself. This script downloads all content of a web folder entered as parameter.

When you try to download an open web folder by wget which contains more then one file, wget downloads a file named index.html. This file contains a file list of the web folder. My script converts file names written in index.html file to web addresses and downloads them clearly with wget.

Tested at Ubuntu 18.04 and Kali Linux, It may work at other distros as well.

Usage :

  • extract getwebfolder file from zip file provided below

  • chmod +x getwebfolder (only for first time)

  • ./getwebfolder webfolder_URL

such as ./getwebfolder http://example.com/example_folder/

Download Link

Details on blog

How do I delete all messages from a single queue using the CLI?

I guess its late but for others reference, this can be done with pika

import pika
host_ip = #host ip
channel = pika.BlockingConnection(pika.ConnectionParameters(host_ip,
                                                        5672,
                                                        "/",
credentials=pika.PlainCredentials("username","pwd"))).channel()
print "deleting queue..", channel.queue_delete(queue=queue_name)

Counting Chars in EditText Changed Listener

Use

s.length()

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

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

Pass Method as Parameter using C#

You can use the Func delegate in .net 3.5 as the parameter in your RunTheMethod method. The Func delegate allows you to specify a method that takes a number of parameters of a specific type and returns a single argument of a specific type. Here is an example that should work:

public class Class1
{
    public int Method1(string input)
    {
        //... do something
        return 0;
    }

    public int Method2(string input)
    {
        //... do something different
        return 1;
    }

    public bool RunTheMethod(Func<string, int> myMethodName)
    {
        //... do stuff
        int i = myMethodName("My String");
        //... do more stuff
        return true;
    }

    public bool Test()
    {
        return RunTheMethod(Method1);
    }
}

Appending pandas dataframes generated in a for loop

Use pd.concat to merge a list of DataFrame into a single big DataFrame.

appended_data = []
for infile in glob.glob("*.xlsx"):
    data = pandas.read_excel(infile)
    # store DataFrame in list
    appended_data.append(data)
# see pd.concat documentation for more info
appended_data = pd.concat(appended_data)
# write DataFrame to an excel sheet 
appended_data.to_excel('appended.xlsx')

Pytesseract : "TesseractNotFound Error: tesseract is not installed or it's not in your path", how do I fix this?

Step 1:

Install tesseract on your system as per the OS. Latest installers can be found at https://github.com/UB-Mannheim/tesseract/wiki

Step 2: Install the following dependency libraries using : pip install pytesseract pip install opencv-python pip install numpy

Step 3: Sample code

import cv2
import numpy as np
import pytesseract
from PIL import Image
from pytesseract import image_to_string

# Path of working folder on Disk Replace with your working folder
src_path = "C:\\Users\\<user>\\PycharmProjects\\ImageToText\\input\\"
# If you don't have tesseract executable in your PATH, include the 
following:
pytesseract.pytesseract.tesseract_cmd = 'C:/Program Files (x86)/Tesseract- 
OCR/tesseract'
TESSDATA_PREFIX = 'C:/Program Files (x86)/Tesseract-OCR'

def get_string(img_path):
    # Read image with opencv
    img = cv2.imread(img_path)

    # Convert to gray
    img = cv2.cvtColor(img, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY)

    # Apply dilation and erosion to remove some noise
    kernel = np.ones((1, 1), np.uint8)
    img = cv2.dilate(img, kernel, iterations=1)
    img = cv2.erode(img, kernel, iterations=1)

    # Write image after removed noise
    cv2.imwrite(src_path + "removed_noise.png", img)

    #  Apply threshold to get image with only black and white
    #img = cv2.adaptiveThreshold(img, 255, cv2.ADAPTIVE_THRESH_GAUSSIAN_C, cv2.THRESH_BINARY, 31, 2)

    # Write the image after apply opencv to do some ...
    cv2.imwrite(src_path + "thres.png", img)

    # Recognize text with tesseract for python
    result = pytesseract.image_to_string(Image.open(src_path + "thres.png"))

    # Remove template file
    #os.remove(temp)

    return result


print('--- Start recognize text from image ---')
print(get_string(src_path + "image.png") )

print("------ Done -------")

Linq to SQL .Sum() without group ... into

Try:

itemsCard.ToList().Select(c=>c.Price).Sum();

Actually this would perform better:

var itemsInCart = from o in db.OrderLineItems
              where o.OrderId == currentOrder.OrderId
              select new { o.WishListItem.Price };
var sum = itemsCard.ToList().Select(c=>c.Price).Sum();

Because you'll only be retrieving one column from the database.

What is the behavior difference between return-path, reply-to and from?

Another way to think about Return-Path vs Reply-To is to compare it to snail mail.

When you send an envelope in the mail, you specify a return address. If the recipient does not exist or refuses your mail, the postmaster returns the envelope back to the return address. For email, the return address is the Return-Path.

Inside of the envelope might be a letter and inside of the letter it may direct the recipient to "Send correspondence to example address". For email, the example address is the Reply-To.

In essence, a Postage Return Address is comparable to SMTP's Return-Path header and SMTP's Reply-To header is similar to the replying instructions contained in a letter.

TypeError: can only concatenate list (not "str") to list

That's not how to add an item to a string. This:

newinv=inventory+str(add)

Means you're trying to concatenate a list and a string. To add an item to a list, use the list.append() method.

inventory.append(add) #adds a new item to inventory
print(inventory) #prints the new inventory

Hope this helps!

Calculating the sum of two variables in a batch script

You can solve any equation including adding with this code:

@echo off

title Richie's Calculator 3.0

:main

echo Welcome to Richie's Calculator 3.0

echo Press any key to begin calculating...

pause>nul

echo Enter An Equation

echo Example: 1+1

set /p 

set /a sum=%equation%

echo.

echo The Answer Is:

echo %sum%

echo.

echo Press any key to return to the main menu

pause>nul

cls

goto main

How does Python return multiple values from a function?

Python functions always return a unique value. The comma operator is the constructor of tuples so self.first_name, self.last_name evaluates to a tuple and that tuple is the actual value the function is returning.

Java - Check Not Null/Empty else assign default value

Use org.apache.commons.lang3.StringUtils

String emptyString = new String();    
result = StringUtils.defaultIfEmpty(emptyString, "default");
System.out.println(result);

String nullString = null;
result = StringUtils.defaultIfEmpty(nullString, "default");
System.out.println(result);

Both of the above options will print:

default

default

GIT fatal: ambiguous argument 'HEAD': unknown revision or path not in the working tree

Jacob Helwig mentions in his answer that:

It looks like rev-parse is being used without sufficient error checking before-hand

Commit 62f162f from Jeff King (peff) should improve the robustness of git rev-parse in Git 1.9/2.0 (Q1 2014) (in addition of commit 1418567):

For cases where we do not match (e.g., "doesnotexist..HEAD"), we would then want to try to treat the argument as a filename.
try_difference() gets this right, and always unmunges in this case.
However, try_parent_shorthand() never unmunges, leading to incorrect error messages, or even incorrect results:

$ git rev-parse foobar^@
foobar
fatal: ambiguous argument 'foobar': unknown revision or path not in the working tree.
Use '--' to separate paths from revisions, like this:
'git <command> [<revision>...] -- [<file>...]'

How to convert array into comma separated string in javascript

Use the join method from the Array type.

a.value = [a, b, c, d, e, f];
var stringValueYouWant = a.join();

The join method will return a string that is the concatenation of all the array elements. It will use the first parameter you pass as a separator - if you don't use one, it will use the default separator, which is the comma.

Is there a simple, elegant way to define singletons?

In cases where you don't want the metaclass-based solution above, and you don't like the simple function decorator-based approach (e.g. because in that case static methods on the singleton class won't work), this compromise works:

class singleton(object):
  """Singleton decorator."""

  def __init__(self, cls):
      self.__dict__['cls'] = cls

  instances = {}

  def __call__(self):
      if self.cls not in self.instances:
          self.instances[self.cls] = self.cls()
      return self.instances[self.cls]

  def __getattr__(self, attr):
      return getattr(self.__dict__['cls'], attr)

  def __setattr__(self, attr, value):
      return setattr(self.__dict__['cls'], attr, value)

C++ IDE for Linux?

And then I noticed that this simply isn't how you work there*, and I threw everything out, spent a few days reading manuals, set up my shell (bash), set up a GVIM environment, learned the GCC/binutils toolchain, make and gdb and lived happily ever after.

I'd mostly agree, but the problem is also one of perception: we forget how difficult it was to become productive in any chose IDE (or other environment). I find IDE's (Visual Studio, NetBeans, Eclipse) amazingly cumbersome in so many ways.

As an old-time UNIX guy, I always use Emacs. But that has a pretty steep and long learning curve, so I'm not sure I can recommend it to newcomers.

I'd second that; use Emacs as my primary editor on both Linux and on MSW (XP2,W2K). I would disagree that it has a steep learning curve, but would say that because of the huge number of features it has a long learning curve. You can be productive within a short time, but if you want you can learn new features of it for years to come.

However -- don't expect all the features of Emacs to be available on drop-down menus, there is just too much functionality to find it there.

As I metioned, I've used GNU Emacs on MSW for years. And it's always worked well with Visual Studio until I "upgraded" to 2008; now it sometimes delays many seconds before refreshing files from disk. The main reason for editing in the VS window is the "Intellisense" code completion feature.

Best way to compare two complex objects

If you don't want to implement IEquatable, you can always use Reflection to compare all the properties: - if they're value type, just compare them -if they are reference type, call the function recursively to compare its "inner" properties.

I'm not thinking about performace, but about simplicity. It depends, however on the exact design of your objects. It could get complicated depending on your objects shape (for example if there are cyclic dependencies between properties). There are, however, several solutions out there that you can use, like this one:

Another option is to serialize the object as text, for example using JSON.NET, and comparing the serialization result. (JSON.NET can handle Cyclic dependencies between properties).

I don't know if by fastest you mean the fastest way to implement it or a code that runs fast. You should not optimize before knowing if you need to. Premature optimization is the root of all evil

How can I access my localhost from my Android device?

Was running into this problem using several different localhost servers. Finally got my app up and running on the phone in seconds just by using the Python simple server. It only takes a few seconds so is worth a try before getting into any more complicated solutions. First, make sure you have Python installed. cmd+r and type python for Windows or $ python --version in mac terminal.

Next:

cd <your project root>

$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000

Then just find the address of your host machine on the network, I used System Preferences/Sharing on mac to find it. Tap that into your Android device and should load your index.html and you should be good.

If not then the problem is something else and you may want to look into some of the other suggested solutions. Good luck!

* EDIT *

Another quick solution to try if you're using Chrome is the Web Server for Chrome extension. I found it a quick and super easy way to get access to localhost on my phone. Just make sure to check Accessible to local network under the Options and it should work on your cell without any problem.

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Recommended method for escaping HTML in Java

Be careful with this. There are a number of different 'contexts' within an HTML document: Inside an element, quoted attribute value, unquoted attribute value, URL attribute, javascript, CSS, etc... You'll need to use a different encoding method for each of these to prevent Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). Check the OWASP XSS Prevention Cheat Sheet for details on each of these contexts. You can find escaping methods for each of these contexts in the OWASP ESAPI library -- https://github.com/ESAPI/esapi-java-legacy.

error code 1292 incorrect date value mysql

I happened to be working in localhost , in windows 10, using WAMP, as it turns out, Wamp has a really accessible configuration interface to change the MySQL configuration. You just need to go to the Wamp panel, then to MySQL, then to settings and change the mode to sql-mode: none.(essentially disabling the strict mode) The following picture illustrates this.

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import error: 'No module named' *does* exist

I had the same problem, and I solved it by adding the following code to the top of the python file:

import sys
import os

sys.path.append(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(__file__))))

Number of repetitions of os.path.dirname depends on where is the file located your project hierarchy. For instance, in my case the project root is three levels up.

How to redirect on another page and pass parameter in url from table?

Here is a general solution that doesn't rely on JQuery. Simply modify the definition of window.location.

<html>
   <head>
      <script>
         function loadNewDoc(){ 
            var loc = window.location;
            window.location = loc.hostname + loc.port + loc.pathname + loc.search; 
         };
      </script>
   </head>
   <body onLoad="loadNewDoc()">
   </body>  
</html>

How to copy Outlook mail message into excel using VBA or Macros

New introduction 2

In the previous version of macro "SaveEmailDetails" I used this statement to find Inbox:

Set FolderTgt = CreateObject("Outlook.Application"). _
              GetNamespace("MAPI").GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox)

I have since installed a newer version of Outlook and I have discovered that it does not use the default Inbox. For each of my email accounts, it created a separate store (named for the email address) each with its own Inbox. None of those Inboxes is the default.

This macro, outputs the name of the store holding the default Inbox to the Immediate Window:

Sub DsplUsernameOfDefaultStore()

  Dim NS As Outlook.NameSpace
  Dim DefaultInboxFldr As MAPIFolder

  Set NS = CreateObject("Outlook.Application").GetNamespace("MAPI")
  Set DefaultInboxFldr = NS.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox)

  Debug.Print DefaultInboxFldr.Parent.Name

End Sub

On my installation, this outputs: "Outlook Data File".

I have added an extra statement to macro "SaveEmailDetails" that shows how to access the Inbox of any store.

New introduction 1

A number of people have picked up the macro below, found it useful and have contacted me directly for further advice. Following these contacts I have made a few improvements to the macro so I have posted the revised version below. I have also added a pair of macros which together will return the MAPIFolder object for any folder with the Outlook hierarchy. These are useful if you wish to access other than a default folder.

The original text referenced one question by date which linked to an earlier question. The first question has been deleted so the link has been lost. That link was to Update excel sheet based on outlook mail (closed)

Original text

There are a surprising number of variations of the question: "How do I extract data from Outlook emails to Excel workbooks?" For example, two questions up on [outlook-vba] the same question was asked on 13 August. That question references a variation from December that I attempted to answer.

For the December question, I went overboard with a two part answer. The first part was a series of teaching macros that explored the Outlook folder structure and wrote data to text files or Excel workbooks. The second part discussed how to design the extraction process. For this question Siddarth has provided an excellent, succinct answer and then a follow-up to help with the next stage.

What the questioner of every variation appears unable to understand is that showing us what the data looks like on the screen does not tell us what the text or html body looks like. This answer is an attempt to get past that problem.

The macro below is more complicated than Siddarth’s but a lot simpler that those I included in my December answer. There is more that could be added but I think this is enough to start with.

The macro creates a new Excel workbook and outputs selected properties of every email in Inbox to create this worksheet:

Example of worksheet created by macro

Near the top of the macro there is a comment containing eight hashes (#). The statement below that comment must be changed because it identifies the folder in which the Excel workbook will be created.

All other comments containing hashes suggest amendments to adapt the macro to your requirements.

How are the emails from which data is to be extracted identified? Is it the sender, the subject, a string within the body or all of these? The comments provide some help in eliminating uninteresting emails. If I understand the question correctly, an interesting email will have Subject = "Task Completed".

The comments provide no help in extracting data from interesting emails but the worksheet shows both the text and html versions of the email body if they are present. My idea is that you can see what the macro will see and start designing the extraction process.

This is not shown in the screen image above but the macro outputs two versions on the text body. The first version is unchanged which means tab, carriage return, line feed are obeyed and any non-break spaces look like spaces. In the second version, I have replaced these codes with the strings [TB], [CR], [LF] and [NBSP] so they are visible. If my understanding is correct, I would expect to see the following within the second text body:

Activity[TAB]Count[CR][LF]Open[TAB]35[CR][LF]HCQA[TAB]42[CR][LF]HCQC[TAB]60[CR][LF]HAbst[TAB]50 45 5 2 2 1[CR][LF] and so on

Extracting the values from the original of this string should not be difficult.

I would try amending my macro to output the extracted values in addition to the email’s properties. Only when I have successfully achieved this change would I attempt to write the extracted data to an existing workbook. I would also move processed emails to a different folder. I have shown where these changes must be made but give no further help. I will respond to a supplementary question if you get to the point where you need this information.

Good luck.

Latest version of macro included within the original text

Option Explicit
Public Sub SaveEmailDetails()

  ' This macro creates a new Excel workbook and writes to it details
  ' of every email in the Inbox.

  ' Lines starting with hashes either MUST be changed before running the
  ' macro or suggest changes you might consider appropriate.

  Dim AttachCount As Long
  Dim AttachDtl() As String
  Dim ExcelWkBk As Excel.Workbook
  Dim FileName As String
  Dim FolderTgt As MAPIFolder
  Dim HtmlBody As String
  Dim InterestingItem As Boolean
  Dim InxAttach As Long
  Dim InxItemCrnt As Long
  Dim PathName As String
  Dim ReceivedTime As Date
  Dim RowCrnt As Long
  Dim SenderEmailAddress As String
  Dim SenderName As String
  Dim Subject As String
  Dim TextBody As String
  Dim xlApp As Excel.Application

  ' The Excel workbook will be created in this folder.
  ' ######## Replace "C:\DataArea\SO" with the name of a folder on your disc.
  PathName = "C:\DataArea\SO"

  ' This creates a unique filename.
  ' #### If you use a version of Excel 2003, change the extension to "xls".
  FileName = Format(Now(), "yymmdd hhmmss") & ".xlsx"

  ' Open own copy of Excel
  Set xlApp = Application.CreateObject("Excel.Application")
  With xlApp
    ' .Visible = True         ' This slows your macro but helps during debugging
    .ScreenUpdating = False ' Reduces flash and increases speed
    ' Create a new workbook
    ' #### If updating an existing workbook, replace with an
    ' #### Open workbook statement.
    Set ExcelWkBk = xlApp.Workbooks.Add
    With ExcelWkBk
      ' #### None of this code will be useful if you are adding
      ' #### to an existing workbook.  However, it demonstrates a
      ' #### variety of useful statements.
      .Worksheets("Sheet1").Name = "Inbox"    ' Rename first worksheet
      With .Worksheets("Inbox")
        ' Create header line
        With .Cells(1, "A")
          .Value = "Field"
          .Font.Bold = True
        End With
        With .Cells(1, "B")
          .Value = "Value"
          .Font.Bold = True
        End With
        .Columns("A").ColumnWidth = 18
        .Columns("B").ColumnWidth = 150
      End With
    End With
    RowCrnt = 2
  End With

  ' FolderTgt is the folder I am going to search.  This statement says
  ' I want to seach the Inbox.  The value "olFolderInbox" can be replaced
  ' to allow any of the standard folders to be searched.
  ' See FindSelectedFolder() for a routine that will search for any folder.
  Set FolderTgt = CreateObject("Outlook.Application"). _
              GetNamespace("MAPI").GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox)
  ' #### Use the following the access a non-default Inbox.
  ' #### Change "Xxxx" to name of one of your store you want to access.
  Set FolderTgt = Session.Folders("Xxxx").Folders("Inbox")

  ' This examines the emails in reverse order. I will explain why later.
  For InxItemCrnt = FolderTgt.Items.Count To 1 Step -1
    With FolderTgt.Items.Item(InxItemCrnt)
      ' A folder can contain several types of item: mail items, meeting items,
      ' contacts, etc.  I am only interested in mail items.
      If .Class = olMail Then
        ' Save selected properties to variables
        ReceivedTime = .ReceivedTime
        Subject = .Subject
        SenderName = .SenderName
        SenderEmailAddress = .SenderEmailAddress
        TextBody = .Body
        HtmlBody = .HtmlBody
        AttachCount = .Attachments.Count
        If AttachCount > 0 Then
          ReDim AttachDtl(1 To 7, 1 To AttachCount)
          For InxAttach = 1 To AttachCount
            ' There are four types of attachment:
            '  *   olByValue       1
            '  *   olByReference   4
            '  *   olEmbeddedItem  5
            '  *   olOLE           6
            Select Case .Attachments(InxAttach).Type
              Case olByValue
            AttachDtl(1, InxAttach) = "Val"
              Case olEmbeddeditem
            AttachDtl(1, InxAttach) = "Ebd"
              Case olByReference
            AttachDtl(1, InxAttach) = "Ref"
              Case olOLE
            AttachDtl(1, InxAttach) = "OLE"
              Case Else
            AttachDtl(1, InxAttach) = "Unk"
            End Select
            ' Not all types have all properties.  This code handles
            ' those missing properties of which I am aware.  However,
            ' I have never found an attachment of type Reference or OLE.
            ' Additional code may be required for them.
            Select Case .Attachments(InxAttach).Type
              Case olEmbeddeditem
                AttachDtl(2, InxAttach) = ""
              Case Else
                AttachDtl(2, InxAttach) = .Attachments(InxAttach).PathName
            End Select
            AttachDtl(3, InxAttach) = .Attachments(InxAttach).FileName
            AttachDtl(4, InxAttach) = .Attachments(InxAttach).DisplayName
            AttachDtl(5, InxAttach) = "--"
            ' I suspect Attachment had a parent property in early versions
            ' of Outlook. It is missing from Outlook 2016.
            On Error Resume Next
            AttachDtl(5, InxAttach) = .Attachments(InxAttach).Parent
            On Error GoTo 0
            AttachDtl(6, InxAttach) = .Attachments(InxAttach).Position
            ' Class 5 is attachment.  I have never seen an attachment with
            ' a different class and do not see the purpose of this property.
            ' The code will stop here if a different class is found.
            Debug.Assert .Attachments(InxAttach).Class = 5
            AttachDtl(7, InxAttach) = .Attachments(InxAttach).Class
          Next
        End If
        InterestingItem = True
      Else
        InterestingItem = False
      End If
    End With
    ' The most used properties of the email have been loaded to variables but
    ' there are many more properies.  Press F2.  Scroll down classes until
    ' you find MailItem.  Look through the members and note the name of
    ' any properties that look useful.  Look them up using VB Help.

    ' #### You need to add code here to eliminate uninteresting items.
    ' #### For example:
    'If SenderEmailAddress <> "[email protected]" Then
    '  InterestingItem = False
    'End If
    'If InStr(Subject, "Accounts payable") = 0 Then
    '  InterestingItem = False
    'End If
    'If AttachCount = 0 Then
    '  InterestingItem = False
    'End If

    ' #### If the item is still thought to be interesting I
    ' #### suggest extracting the required data to variables here.

    ' #### You should consider moving processed emails to another
    ' #### folder.  The emails are being processed in reverse order
    ' #### to allow this removal of an email from the Inbox without
    ' #### effecting the index numbers of unprocessed emails.

    If InterestingItem Then
      With ExcelWkBk
        With .Worksheets("Inbox")
          ' #### This code creates a dividing row and then
          ' #### outputs a property per row.  Again it demonstrates
          ' #### statements that are likely to be useful in the final
          ' #### version
          ' Create dividing row between emails
          .Rows(RowCrnt).RowHeight = 5
          .Range(.Cells(RowCrnt, "A"), .Cells(RowCrnt, "B")) _
                                      .Interior.Color = RGB(0, 255, 0)
          RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
          .Cells(RowCrnt, "A").Value = "Sender name"
          .Cells(RowCrnt, "B").Value = SenderName
          RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
          .Cells(RowCrnt, "A").Value = "Sender email address"
          .Cells(RowCrnt, "B").Value = SenderEmailAddress
          RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
          .Cells(RowCrnt, "A").Value = "Received time"
          With .Cells(RowCrnt, "B")
            .NumberFormat = "@"
            .Value = Format(ReceivedTime, "mmmm d, yyyy h:mm")
          End With
          RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
          .Cells(RowCrnt, "A").Value = "Subject"
          .Cells(RowCrnt, "B").Value = Subject
          RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
          If AttachCount > 0 Then
            .Cells(RowCrnt, "A").Value = "Attachments"
            .Cells(RowCrnt, "B").Value = "Inx|Type|Path name|File name|Display name|Parent|Position|Class"
            RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
            For InxAttach = 1 To AttachCount
              .Cells(RowCrnt, "B").Value = InxAttach & "|" & _
                                           AttachDtl(1, InxAttach) & "|" & _
                                           AttachDtl(2, InxAttach) & "|" & _
                                           AttachDtl(3, InxAttach) & "|" & _
                                           AttachDtl(4, InxAttach) & "|" & _
                                           AttachDtl(5, InxAttach) & "|" & _
                                           AttachDtl(6, InxAttach) & "|" & _
                                           AttachDtl(7, InxAttach)
              RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
            Next
          End If
          If TextBody <> "" Then

            ' ##### This code was in the original version of the macro
            ' ##### but I did not find it as useful as the other version of
            ' ##### the text body.  See below
            ' This outputs the text body with CR, LF and TB obeyed
            'With .Cells(RowCrnt, "A")
            '  .Value = "text body"
            '  .VerticalAlignment = xlTop
            'End With
            'With .Cells(RowCrnt, "B")
            '  ' The maximum size of a cell 32,767
            '  .Value = Mid(TextBody, 1, 32700)
            '  .WrapText = True
            'End With
            'RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1

            ' This outputs the text body with NBSP, CR, LF and TB
            ' replaced by strings.
            With .Cells(RowCrnt, "A")
              .Value = "text body"
              .VerticalAlignment = xlTop
            End With
            TextBody = Replace(TextBody, Chr(160), "[NBSP]")
            TextBody = Replace(TextBody, vbCr, "[CR]")
            TextBody = Replace(TextBody, vbLf, "[LF]")
            TextBody = Replace(TextBody, vbTab, "[TB]")
            With .Cells(RowCrnt, "B")
              ' The maximum size of a cell 32,767
              .Value = Mid(TextBody, 1, 32700)
              .WrapText = True
            End With
            RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1
          End If

          If HtmlBody <> "" Then

            ' ##### This code was in the original version of the macro
            ' ##### but I did not find it as useful as the other version of
            ' ##### the html body.  See below
            ' This outputs the html body with CR, LF and TB obeyed
            'With .Cells(RowCrnt, "A")
            '  .Value = "Html body"
            '  .VerticalAlignment = xlTop
            'End With
            'With .Cells(RowCrnt, "B")
            '  .Value = Mid(HtmlBody, 1, 32700)
            '  .WrapText = True
            'End With
            'RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1

            ' This outputs the html body with NBSP, CR, LF and TB
            ' replaced by strings.
            With .Cells(RowCrnt, "A")
              .Value = "Html body"
              .VerticalAlignment = xlTop
            End With
            HtmlBody = Replace(HtmlBody, Chr(160), "[NBSP]")
            HtmlBody = Replace(HtmlBody, vbCr, "[CR]")
            HtmlBody = Replace(HtmlBody, vbLf, "[LF]")
            HtmlBody = Replace(HtmlBody, vbTab, "[TB]")
            With .Cells(RowCrnt, "B")
              .Value = Mid(HtmlBody, 1, 32700)
              .WrapText = True
            End With
            RowCrnt = RowCrnt + 1

          End If
        End With
      End With
    End If
  Next

  With xlApp
    With ExcelWkBk
      ' Write new workbook to disc
      If Right(PathName, 1) <> "\" Then
        PathName = PathName & "\"
      End If
      .SaveAs FileName:=PathName & FileName
      .Close
    End With
    .Quit   ' Close our copy of Excel
  End With

  Set xlApp = Nothing       ' Clear reference to Excel

End Sub

Macros not included in original post but which some users of above macro have found useful.

Public Sub FindSelectedFolder(ByRef FolderTgt As MAPIFolder, _
                              ByVal NameTgt As String, ByVal NameSep As String)

  ' This routine (and its sub-routine) locate a folder within the hierarchy and
  ' returns it as an object of type MAPIFolder

  ' NameTgt   The name of the required folder in the format:
  '              FolderName1 NameSep FolderName2 [ NameSep FolderName3 ] ...
  '           If NameSep is "|", an example value is "Personal Folders|Inbox"
  '           FolderName1 must be an outer folder name such as
  '           "Personal Folders". The outer folder names are typically the names
  '           of PST files.  FolderName2 must be the name of a folder within
  '           Folder1; in the example "Inbox".  FolderName2 is compulsory.  This
  '           routine cannot return a PST file; only a folder within a PST file.
  '           FolderName3, FolderName4 and so on are optional and allow a folder
  '           at any depth with the hierarchy to be specified.
  ' NameSep   A character or string used to separate the folder names within
  '           NameTgt.
  ' FolderTgt On exit, the required folder.  Set to Nothing if not found.

  ' This routine initialises the search and finds the top level folder.
  ' FindSelectedSubFolder() is used to find the target folder within the
  ' top level folder.

  Dim InxFolderCrnt As Long
  Dim NameChild As String
  Dim NameCrnt As String
  Dim Pos As Long
  Dim TopLvlFolderList As Folders

  Set FolderTgt = Nothing   ' Target folder not found

  Set TopLvlFolderList = _
          CreateObject("Outlook.Application").GetNamespace("MAPI").Folders

  ' Split NameTgt into the name of folder at current level
  ' and the name of its children
  Pos = InStr(NameTgt, NameSep)
  If Pos = 0 Then
    ' I need at least a level 2 name
    Exit Sub
  End If
  NameCrnt = Mid(NameTgt, 1, Pos - 1)
  NameChild = Mid(NameTgt, Pos + 1)

  ' Look for current name.  Drop through and return nothing if name not found.
  For InxFolderCrnt = 1 To TopLvlFolderList.Count
    If NameCrnt = TopLvlFolderList(InxFolderCrnt).Name Then
      ' Have found current name. Call FindSelectedSubFolder() to
      ' look for its children
      Call FindSelectedSubFolder(TopLvlFolderList.Item(InxFolderCrnt), _
                                            FolderTgt, NameChild, NameSep)
      Exit For
    End If
  Next

End Sub
Public Sub FindSelectedSubFolder(FolderCrnt As MAPIFolder, _
                      ByRef FolderTgt As MAPIFolder, _
                      ByVal NameTgt As String, ByVal NameSep As String)

  ' See FindSelectedFolder() for an introduction to the purpose of this routine.
  ' This routine finds all folders below the top level

  ' FolderCrnt The folder to be seached for the target folder.
  ' NameTgt    The NameTgt passed to FindSelectedFolder will be of the form:
  '               A|B|C|D|E
  '            A is the name of outer folder which represents a PST file.
  '            FindSelectedFolder() removes "A|" from NameTgt and calls this
  '            routine with FolderCrnt set to folder A to search for B.
  '            When this routine finds B, it calls itself with FolderCrnt set to
  '            folder B to search for C.  Calls are nested to whatever depth are
  '            necessary.
  ' NameSep    As for FindSelectedSubFolder
  ' FolderTgt  As for FindSelectedSubFolder

  Dim InxFolderCrnt As Long
  Dim NameChild As String
  Dim NameCrnt As String
  Dim Pos As Long

  ' Split NameTgt into the name of folder at current level
  ' and the name of its children
  Pos = InStr(NameTgt, NameSep)
  If Pos = 0 Then
    NameCrnt = NameTgt
    NameChild = ""
  Else
    NameCrnt = Mid(NameTgt, 1, Pos - 1)
    NameChild = Mid(NameTgt, Pos + 1)
  End If

  ' Look for current name.  Drop through and return nothing if name not found.
  For InxFolderCrnt = 1 To FolderCrnt.Folders.Count
    If NameCrnt = FolderCrnt.Folders(InxFolderCrnt).Name Then
      ' Have found current name.
      If NameChild = "" Then
        ' Have found target folder
        Set FolderTgt = FolderCrnt.Folders(InxFolderCrnt)
      Else
        'Recurse to look for children
        Call FindSelectedSubFolder(FolderCrnt.Folders(InxFolderCrnt), _
                                            FolderTgt, NameChild, NameSep)
      End If
      Exit For
    End If
  Next

  ' If NameCrnt not found, FolderTgt will be returned unchanged.  Since it is
  ' initialised to Nothing at the beginning, that will be the returned value.

End Sub

How to delete node from XML file using C#

It may be easier to use XPath to locate the nodes that you wish to delete. This stackoverflow thread might give you some ideas.

In your case you will find the four nodes that you want using this expression:

XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
doc.Load(fileName);
XmlNodeList nodes = doc.SelectNodes("//Setting[@name='File1']");

How to install SQL Server Management Studio 2012 (SSMS) Express?

You need to install ENU\x64\SQLEXPRWT_x64_ENU.exe which is Express with Tools (RTM release. SP1 release can be found here).

As the page states

Express with Tools (with LocalDB) Includes the database engine and SQL Server Management Studio Express) This package contains everything needed to install and configure SQL Server as a database server. Choose either LocalDB or Express depending on your needs above.

So install this and use the management studio included with it.

Getting the last revision number in SVN?

  • Starting with Subversion 1.9 you can use option --show-item to get a value of one of fields of svn info command's output. This command will display revision number only:

    svn info --show-item=revision <URL-to-repository>
    
  • Get XMLed output of svn info using --xml option and use PowerShell to get the revision number. Here is a simple example:

    [xml]$svninfo = svn info <REPOSITORY-URL> --xml -r HEAD
    $latestrevnum = $svninfo.info.entry.revision
    $latestrevnum
    
  • Using VisualSVN Server 3.4 or newer, you can get the number of revisions in a repository by running these commands:

    $repo = Get-SvnRepository <REPOSITORY-NAME>

    $repo.Revisions

    See Get-SvnRepository PowerShell cmdlet reference for more information.

JavaScript variable number of arguments to function

I agree with Ken's answer as being the most dynamic and I like to take it a step further. If it's a function that you call multiple times with different arguments - I use Ken's design but then add default values:

function load(context) {

    var defaults = {
        parameter1: defaultValue1,
        parameter2: defaultValue2,
        ...
    };

    var context = extend(defaults, context);

    // do stuff
}

This way, if you have many parameters but don't necessarily need to set them with each call to the function, you can simply specify the non-defaults. For the extend method, you can use jQuery's extend method ($.extend()), craft your own or use the following:

function extend() {
    for (var i = 1; i < arguments.length; i++)
        for (var key in arguments[i])
            if (arguments[i].hasOwnProperty(key))
                arguments[0][key] = arguments[i][key];
    return arguments[0];
}

This will merge the context object with the defaults and fill in any undefined values in your object with the defaults.

Dynamic constant assignment

Because constants in Ruby aren't meant to be changed, Ruby discourages you from assigning to them in parts of code which might get executed more than once, such as inside methods.

Under normal circumstances, you should define the constant inside the class itself:

class MyClass
  MY_CONSTANT = "foo"
end

MyClass::MY_CONSTANT #=> "foo"

If for some reason though you really do need to define a constant inside a method (perhaps for some type of metaprogramming), you can use const_set:

class MyClass
  def my_method
    self.class.const_set(:MY_CONSTANT, "foo")
  end
end

MyClass::MY_CONSTANT
#=> NameError: uninitialized constant MyClass::MY_CONSTANT

MyClass.new.my_method
MyClass::MY_CONSTANT #=> "foo"

Again though, const_set isn't something you should really have to resort to under normal circumstances. If you're not sure whether you really want to be assigning to constants this way, you may want to consider one of the following alternatives:

Class variables

Class variables behave like constants in many ways. They are properties on a class, and they are accessible in subclasses of the class they are defined on.

The difference is that class variables are meant to be modifiable, and can therefore be assigned to inside methods with no issue.

class MyClass
  def self.my_class_variable
    @@my_class_variable
  end
  def my_method
    @@my_class_variable = "foo"
  end
end
class SubClass < MyClass
end

MyClass.my_class_variable
#=> NameError: uninitialized class variable @@my_class_variable in MyClass
SubClass.my_class_variable
#=> NameError: uninitialized class variable @@my_class_variable in MyClass

MyClass.new.my_method
MyClass.my_class_variable #=> "foo"
SubClass.my_class_variable #=> "foo"

Class attributes

Class attributes are a sort of "instance variable on a class". They behave a bit like class variables, except that their values are not shared with subclasses.

class MyClass
  class << self
    attr_accessor :my_class_attribute
  end
  def my_method
    self.class.my_class_attribute = "blah"
  end
end
class SubClass < MyClass
end

MyClass.my_class_attribute #=> nil
SubClass.my_class_attribute #=> nil

MyClass.new.my_method
MyClass.my_class_attribute #=> "blah"
SubClass.my_class_attribute #=> nil

SubClass.new.my_method
SubClass.my_class_attribute #=> "blah"

Instance variables

And just for completeness I should probably mention: if you need to assign a value which can only be determined after your class has been instantiated, there's a good chance you might actually be looking for a plain old instance variable.

class MyClass
  attr_accessor :instance_variable
  def my_method
    @instance_variable = "blah"
  end
end

my_object = MyClass.new
my_object.instance_variable #=> nil
my_object.my_method
my_object.instance_variable #=> "blah"

MyClass.new.instance_variable #=> nil

Android: How to Enable/Disable Wifi or Internet Connection Programmatically

In Android Q (Android 10) you can't enable/disable wifi programmatically anymore. Use Settings Panel to toggle wifi connectivity:

if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.Q) {
    val panelIntent = Intent(Settings.Panel.ACTION_INTERNET_CONNECTIVITY)
    startActivityForResult(panelIntent, 0)
} else {
    // use previous solution, add appropriate permissions to AndroidManifest file (see answers above)
    (this.context?.getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE) as? WifiManager)?.apply { isWifiEnabled = true /*or false*/ }
}

Compare given date with today

One caution based on my experience, if your purpose only involves date then be careful to include the timestamp. For example, say today is "2016-11-09". Comparison involving timestamp will nullify the logic here. Example,

//  input
$var = "2016-11-09 00:00:00.0";

//  check if date is today or in the future
if ( time() <= strtotime($var) ) 
{
    //  This seems right, but if it's ONLY date you are after
    //  then the code might treat $var as past depending on
    //  the time.
}

The code above seems right, but if it's ONLY the date you want to compare, then, the above code is not the right logic. Why? Because, time() and strtotime() will provide include timestamp. That is, even though both dates fall on the same day, but difference in time will matter. Consider the example below:

//  plain date string
$input = "2016-11-09";

Because the input is plain date string, using strtotime() on $input will assume that it's the midnight of 2016-11-09. So, running time() anytime after midnight will always treat $input as past, even though they are on the same day.

To fix this, you can simply code, like this:

if (date("Y-m-d") <= $input)
{
    echo "Input date is equal to or greater than today.";
}

I can't install python-ldap

The python-ldap is based on OpenLDAP, so you need to have the development files (headers) in order to compile the Python module. If you're on Ubuntu, the package is called libldap2-dev.

Debian/Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install libsasl2-dev python-dev libldap2-dev libssl-dev

RedHat/CentOS:

sudo yum install python-devel openldap-devel

Class not registered Error

My problem and the solution

  1. I have a 32 bit third party dll which I have installed in 2008 R2 machine which is 64 bit.

  2. I have a wcf service created in .net 4.5 framework which calls the 32 bit third party dll for process. Now I have build property set to target 'any' cpu and deployed it to the 64 bit machine.

  3. When Ii tried to invoke the wcf service got error "80040154 Class not registered (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040154 (REGDB_E_CLASSNOTREG"

  4. Now Ii used ProcMon.exe to trace the com registry issue and identified that the process is looking for the registry entry at HKLM\CLSID and HKCR\CLSID where there is no entry.

  5. Came to know that Microsoft will not register the 32 bit com components to the paths HKLM\CLSID, HKCR\CLSID in 64 bit machine rather it places the entry in HKLM\Wow6432Node\CLSID and HKCR\Wow6432Node\CLSID paths.

  6. Now the conflict is 64 bit process trying to invoke 32 bit process in 64 bit machine which will look for the registry entry in HKLM\CLSID, HKCR\CLSID. The solution is we have to force the 64 bit process to look at the registry entry at HKLM\Wow6432Node\CLSID and HKCR\Wow6432Node\CLSID.

  7. This can be achieved by configuring the wcf service project properties to target to 'X86' machine instead of 'Any'.

  8. After deploying the 'X86' version to the 2008 R2 server got the issue "System.BadImageFormatException: Could not load file or assembly"

  9. Solution to this badimageformatexception is setting the 'Enable32bitApplications' to 'True' in IIS Apppool properties for the right apppool.

Sending data from HTML form to a Python script in Flask

The form tag needs some attributes set:

  1. action: The URL that the form data is sent to on submit. Generate it with url_for. It can be omitted if the same URL handles showing the form and processing the data.
  2. method="post": Submits the data as form data with the POST method. If not given, or explicitly set to get, the data is submitted in the query string (request.args) with the GET method instead.
  3. enctype="multipart/form-data": When the form contains file inputs, it must have this encoding set, otherwise the files will not be uploaded and Flask won't see them.

The input tag needs a name parameter.

Add a view to handle the submitted data, which is in request.form under the same key as the input's name. Any file inputs will be in request.files.

@app.route('/handle_data', methods=['POST'])
def handle_data():
    projectpath = request.form['projectFilepath']
    # your code
    # return a response

Set the form's action to that view's URL using url_for:

<form action="{{ url_for('handle_data') }}" method="post">
    <input type="text" name="projectFilepath">
    <input type="submit">
</form>

How to check if div element is empty

var empty = $("#cartContent").html().trim().length == 0;

How to ping multiple servers and return IP address and Hostnames using batch script?

@echo off

set workdir={your working dir. for example - C:\work } set iplist=%workdir%\IP-list.txt

setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
set OUTPUT_FILE=%workdir%\result.csv

>nul copy nul %OUTPUT_FILE%
echo HOSTNAME,LONGNAME,IPADDRESS,STATE >%OUTPUT_FILE%
for /f %%i in (%iplist%) do (
    set SERVER_ADDRESS_I=UNRESOLVED
    set SERVER_ADDRESS_L=UNRESOLVED
    for /f "tokens=1,2,3" %%x in ('ping -a -n 1 %%i ^&^& echo SERVER_IS_UP') do (
    if %%x==Pinging set SERVER_ADDRESS_L=%%y
    if %%x==Pinging set SERVER_ADDRESS_I=%%z
        if %%x==SERVER_IS_UP (set SERVER_STATE=UP) else (set SERVER_STATE=DOWN)
    )
    echo %%i [!SERVER_ADDRESS_L::=!] !SERVER_ADDRESS_I::=! is !SERVER_STATE!
    echo %%i,!SERVER_ADDRESS_L::=!,!SERVER_ADDRESS_I::=!,!SERVER_STATE! >>%OUTPUT_FILE%
)

Reading int values from SqlDataReader

TxtFarmerSize.Text = (int)reader[3];

How can I concatenate strings in VBA?

& is always evaluated in a string context, while + may not concatenate if one of the operands is no string:

"1" + "2" => "12"
"1" + 2   => 3
1 + "2"   => 3
"a" + 2   => type mismatch

This is simply a subtle source of potential bugs and therefore should be avoided. & always means "string concatenation", even if its arguments are non-strings:

"1" & "2" => "12"
"1" &  2  => "12"
 1  & "2" => "12"
 1  &  2  => "12"
"a" &  2  => "a2"

Python read next()

When you do : f.readlines() you already read all the file so f.tell() will show you that you are in the end of the file, and doing f.next() will result in a StopIteration error.

Alternative of what you want to do is:

filne = "D:/testtube/testdkanimfilternode.txt"

with open(filne, 'r+') as f:
    for line in f:
        if line.startswith("anim "):
            print f.next() 
            # Or use next(f, '') to return <empty string> instead of raising a  
            # StopIteration if the last line is also a match.
            break

Speed up rsync with Simultaneous/Concurrent File Transfers?

The shortest version I found is to use the --cat option of parallel like below. This version avoids using xargs, only relying on features of parallel:

cat files.txt | \
  parallel -n 500 --lb --pipe --cat rsync --files-from={} user@remote:/dir /dir -avPi

#### Arg explainer
# -n 500           :: split input into chunks of 500 entries
#
# --cat            :: create a tmp file referenced by {} containing the 500 
#                     entry content for each process
#
# user@remote:/dir :: the root relative to which entries in files.txt are considered
#
# /dir             :: local root relative to which files are copied

Sample content from files.txt:

/dir/file-1
/dir/subdir/file-2
....

Note that this doesn't use -j 50 for job count, that didn't work on my end here. Instead I've used -n 500 for record count per job, calculated as a reasonable number given the total number of records.

converting date time to 24 hour format

Try this:

Date date=new Date("12/12/11 8:22:09 PM");    
System.out.println("Time in 24Hours ="+new SimpleDateFormat("HH:mm").format(date));

Create list of object from another using Java 8 Streams

An addition to the solution by @Rafael Teles. The syntactic sugar Collectors.mapping does the same in one step:

//...
List<Employee> employees = persons.stream()
  .filter(p -> p.getLastName().equals("l1"))
  .collect(
    Collectors.mapping(
      p -> new Employee(p.getName(), p.getLastName(), 1000),
      Collectors.toList()));

Detailed example can be found here

Python vs Bash - In which kind of tasks each one outruns the other performance-wise?

Bash is primarily a batch / shell scripting language with far less support for various data types and all sorts of quirks around control structures -- not to mention compatibility issues.

Which is faster? Neither, because you are not comparing apples to apples here. If you had to sort an ascii text file and you were using tools like zcat, sort, uniq, and sed then you will smoke Python performance wise.

However, if you need a proper programming environment that supports floating point and various control flow, then Python wins hands down. If you wrote say a recursive algorithm in Bash and Python, the Python version will win in an order of magnitude or more.

What is the difference between POST and GET?

POST and GET are two HTTP request methods. GET is usually intended to retrieve some data, and is expected to be idempotent (repeating the query does not have any side-effects) and can only send limited amounts of parameter data to the server. GET requests are often cached by default by some browsers if you are not careful.

POST is intended for changing the server state. It carries more data, and repeating the query is allowed (and often expected) to have side-effects such as creating two messages instead of one.

How to get full file path from file name?

I know my answer it's too late, but it might helpful to other's
Try,

Void Main()
{
string filename = @"test.txt";
string filePath= AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory + filename ;
Console.WriteLine(filePath);
}

Is there a way to get the source code from an APK file?

I'll show you other way to decompile the .apk files.

You can follow the first 2 steps from "prankul garg". So you have another opportunities:

Step 3':

Download the "JD-GUI", thats easy to found this one. Open your .jar file in "jd-gui.exe". (File > Open file > 'found your .jar file'). After this procedure, you can save all resources in a .zip file.

So,

1st - You have to rename the .apk file to .zip

2nd - You have to decode .dex file (if you want, decode the .apk file to dex2jar, that's possible)

3rd - You have to decode .jar file with JD-GUI

How does Go update third-party packages?

To specify versions, or commits:

go get -u [email protected]

go get -u otherpackage@git-sha

See https://github.com/golang/go/wiki/Modules#daily-workflow

Error message "Linter pylint is not installed"

I had this issue as well and found the error's log regarding permissions or something.

So, I ran Visual Studio Code with administrator privileges and ran "pip install pylint" in the terminal. Then the error seemed to be fixed.

(I run Visual Studio Code on Windows 10.)

while installing vc_redist.x64.exe, getting error "Failed to configure per-machine MSU package."

In my case and while installing VS 2015 on Windows7 64x SP1, I experienced the same so tried to cancel and download/install the KBKB2999226 separately and for some reason the standalone update installer also get stuck searching for updates.

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Here what I did:

  1. When the VS installer stuck at the KB2999226 update I clicked cancel.
  2. Installer took me back to confirm cancellation, waited for a while then opened the windows task manager and ended the process of wuse.exe (windows standalone update installer)
  3. On the VS installer clicked "No" to return to installation process. The process was completed without errors.

javascript - replace dash (hyphen) with a space

In addition to the answers already given you probably want to replace all the occurrences. To do this you will need a regular expression as follows :

str = str.replace(/-/g, ' ');  // Replace all '-'  with ' '

How to deploy correctly when using Composer's develop / production switch?

Why

There is IMHO a good reason why Composer will use the --dev flag by default (on install and update) nowadays. Composer is mostly run in scenario's where this is desired behavior:

The basic Composer workflow is as follows:

  • A new project is started: composer.phar install --dev, json and lock files are commited to VCS.
  • Other developers start working on the project: checkout of VCS and composer.phar install --dev.
  • A developer adds dependancies: composer.phar require <package>, add --dev if you want the package in the require-dev section (and commit).
  • Others go along: (checkout and) composer.phar install --dev.
  • A developer wants newer versions of dependencies: composer.phar update --dev <package> (and commit).
  • Others go along: (checkout and) composer.phar install --dev.
  • Project is deployed: composer.phar install --no-dev

As you can see the --dev flag is used (far) more than the --no-dev flag, especially when the number of developers working on the project grows.

Production deploy

What's the correct way to deploy this without installing the "dev" dependencies?

Well, the composer.json and composer.lock file should be committed to VCS. Don't omit composer.lock because it contains important information on package-versions that should be used.

When performing a production deploy, you can pass the --no-dev flag to Composer:

composer.phar install --no-dev

The composer.lock file might contain information about dev-packages. This doesn't matter. The --no-dev flag will make sure those dev-packages are not installed.

When I say "production deploy", I mean a deploy that's aimed at being used in production. I'm not arguing whether a composer.phar install should be done on a production server, or on a staging server where things can be reviewed. That is not the scope of this answer. I'm merely pointing out how to composer.phar install without installing "dev" dependencies.

Offtopic

The --optimize-autoloader flag might also be desirable on production (it generates a class-map which will speed up autoloading in your application):

composer.phar install --no-dev --optimize-autoloader

Or when automated deployment is done:

composer.phar install --no-ansi --no-dev --no-interaction --no-plugins --no-progress --no-scripts --optimize-autoloader

If your codebase supports it, you could swap out --optimize-autoloader for --classmap-authoritative. More info here

Ubuntu says "bash: ./program Permission denied"

Sounds like you don't have the execute flag set on the file permissions, try:

chmod u+x program_name

Disable keyboard on EditText

Just put this line inside the activity tag in manifest android:windowSoftInputMode="stateHidden"

Convert Set to List without creating new List

I create simple static method:

public static <U> List<U> convertSetToList(Set<U> set)
{
    return new ArrayList<U>(set);
}

... or if you want to set type of List you can use:

public static <U, L extends List<U>> List<U> convertSetToList(Set<U> set, Class<L> clazz) throws InstantiationException, IllegalAccessException
{
    L list = clazz.newInstance();
    list.addAll(set);
    return list;
}

Creating the Singleton design pattern in PHP5

class Database{

        //variable to hold db connection
        private $db;
        //note we used static variable,beacuse an instance cannot be used to refer this
        public static $instance;

        //note constructor is private so that classcannot be instantiated
        private function __construct(){
          //code connect to database  

         }     

         //to prevent loop hole in PHP so that the class cannot be cloned
        private function __clone() {}

        //used static function so that, this can be called from other classes
        public static function getInstance(){

            if( !(self::$instance instanceof self) ){
                self::$instance = new self();           
            }
             return self::$instance;
        }


        public function query($sql){
            //code to run the query
        }

    }


Access the method getInstance using
$db = Singleton::getInstance();
$db->query();

How to get Url Hash (#) from server side

Probably the only choice is to read it on the client side and transfer it manually to the server (GET/POST/AJAX). Regards Artur

You may see also how to play with back button and browser history at Malcan

How to search a string in multiple files and return the names of files in Powershell?

Pipe the content of your

Get-ChildItem -recurse | Get-Content | Select-String -pattern "dummy"

to fl *

You will see that the path is already being returned as a property of the objects.

IF you want just the path, use select path or select -unique path to remove duplicates:

Get-ChildItem -recurse | Get-Content | Select-String -pattern "dummy" | select -unique path

Why use Ruby's attr_accessor, attr_reader and attr_writer?

All of the answers above are correct; attr_reader and attr_writer are more convenient to write than manually typing the methods they are shorthands for. Apart from that they offer much better performance than writing the method definition yourself. For more info see slide 152 onwards from this talk (PDF) by Aaron Patterson.

How to get current moment in ISO 8601 format with date, hour, and minute?

I did it in Android using Calendar and SimpleDateFormat. The following method returns a Calendar with the "GMT" TimeZone (This is the universal time zone). Then you can use the Calendar class to set the hour between differents time zones, using the method setTimeZone() of the Calendar class.

private static final String GMT = "GMT";
private static final String DATE_FORMAT_ISO = "yyyyMMdd'T'HHmmss";

public static Calendar isoToCalendar(final String inputDate) {
    Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance(TimeZone.getTimeZone(GMT));
    try {
        SimpleDateFormat dateFormat = new SimpleDateFormat(DATE_FORMAT_ISO, Locale.US);
        dateFormat.setTimeZone(TimeZone.getTimeZone(GMT));
        Date date = dateFormat.parse(inputDate);
        calendar.setTime(date);
    } catch (ParseException e) {
        Log.e("TAG",e.getMessage());
    }
    return calendar;
}

REMEMBER: The Date class doesn't know about the TimeZone existence. By this reason, if you debug one date,you always see the date for your current timezone.

Clear dropdownlist with JQuery

Just use .empty():

// snip...
}).done(function (data) {
    // Clear drop down list
    $(dropdown).empty(); // <<<<<< No more issue here
    // Fill drop down list with new data
    $(data).each(function () {
        // snip...

There's also a more concise way to build up the options:

// snip...
$(data).each(function () {
    $("<option />", {
        val: this.value,
        text: this.text
    }).appendTo(dropdown);
});

Deleting an element from an array in PHP

If you have a numerically indexed array where all values are unique (or they are non-unique but you wish to remove all instances of a particular value), you can simply use array_diff() to remove a matching element, like this:

$my_array = array_diff($my_array, array('Value_to_remove'));

For example:

$my_array = array('Andy', 'Bertha', 'Charles', 'Diana');
echo sizeof($my_array) . "\n";
$my_array = array_diff($my_array, array('Charles'));
echo sizeof($my_array);

This displays the following:

4
3

In this example, the element with the value 'Charles' is removed as can be verified by the sizeof() calls that report a size of 4 for the initial array, and 3 after the removal.

Get loop count inside a Python FOR loop

Using zip function we can get both element and index.

countries = ['Pakistan','India','China','Russia','USA']

for index, element zip(range(0,countries),countries):

         print('Index : ',index)
         print(' Element : ', element,'\n')

output : Index : 0 Element : Pakistan ...

See also :

Python.org

Cannot access a disposed object - How to fix?

My Solution was to put a try catch, & is working fine

try {
this.Invoke(new EventHandler(DoUpdate)); }
catch { }

How to dismiss keyboard for UITextView with return key?

I know it's not the exact answer to this question, but I found this thread after hunting the internet down for an answer. I assume others share that feeling.

This is my variance of the UITapGestureRecognizer which I find reliable and easy to use - just set the delegate of the TextView to the ViewController.

Instead of ViewDidLoad I add the UITapGestureRecognizer when the TextView becomes active for editing:

-(void)textViewDidBeginEditing:(UITextView *)textView{
    _tapRec = [[UITapGestureRecognizer alloc]initWithTarget:self action:@selector(tap:)];

    [self.view addGestureRecognizer: _tapRec];
    NSLog(@"TextView Did begin");
}

When I tap outside the TextView, the view ends editing mode and the UITapGestureRecognizer removes itself so I can continue interacting with other controls in the view.

-(void)tap:(UITapGestureRecognizer *)tapRec{
    [[self view] endEditing: YES];
    [self.view removeGestureRecognizer:tapRec];
    NSLog(@"Tap recognized, tapRec getting removed");
}

I hope this helps. It seems so obvious but I have never seen this solution anywhere on the web - am I doing something wrong?

Integer.toString(int i) vs String.valueOf(int i)

The String class provides valueOf methods for all primitive types and Object type so I assume they are convenience methods that can all be accessed through the one class.

NB Profiling results

Average intToString = 5368ms, Average stringValueOf = 5689ms (for 100,000,000 operations)

public class StringIntTest {


    public static long intToString () {
        long startTime = System.currentTimeMillis();
        for (int i = 0; i < 100000000; i++) {
            String j = Integer.toString(i);
        }
        long finishTime = System.currentTimeMillis();

        return finishTime - startTime;
    }

    public static long stringValueOf () {

        long startTime = System.currentTimeMillis();
        for (int i = 0; i < 100000000; i++) {
            String j = String.valueOf(i);
        }
        long finishTime = System.currentTimeMillis();

        return finishTime - startTime;
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        long intToStringElapsed = 0;
        long stringValueOfElapsed = 0;
        for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
            intToStringElapsed += intToString();
            stringValueOfElapsed+= stringValueOf();
        }
        System.out.println("Average intToString = "+ (intToStringElapsed /10));
        System.out.println("Average stringValueOf = " +(stringValueOfElapsed / 10));
    }
}

How do you set the startup page for debugging in an ASP.NET MVC application?

This works for me under Specific Page for MVC:

/Home/Index

Update: Currently, I just use a forward slash in the "Specific Page" textbox, and it takes me to the home page as defined in the routing:

/

Set IDENTITY_INSERT ON is not working

You might be just missing the column list, as the message says

SET IDENTITY_INSERT [MyDB].[dbo].[Equipment] ON

INSERT INTO [MyDB].[dbo].[Equipment]
            (COL1,
             COL2)
SELECT COL1,
       COL2
FROM   [MyDBQA].[dbo].[Equipment]

SET IDENTITY_INSERT [MyDB].[dbo].[Equipment] OFF 

How to send email by using javascript or jquery

The short answer is that you can't do it using JavaScript alone. You'd need a server-side handler to connect with the SMTP server to actually send the mail. There are many simple mail scripts online, such as this one for PHP:

Simple PHP mail script

Using a script like that, you'd POST the contents of your web form to the script, using a function like this:

jQuery.post

And then the script would take those values, plus a username and password for the mail server, and connect to the server to send the mail.

Wordpress keeps redirecting to install-php after migration

This happens due to the following issues:

  1. Missing Files
  2. Database Connection Details Problem
  3. Site URL Issue
  4. .htaccess File Issue
  5. Webserver Failure
  6. Resources Blocked by Plugin
  7. Query Limit Exceeded
  8. Insufficient Database Privileges
  9. PHP Extensions

Reference: https://www.scratchcode.io/wordpress-keeps-redirecting-to-wp-admin-install-php/

How to print spaces in Python?

Space char is hexadecimal 0x20, decimal 32 and octal \040.

>>> SPACE = 0x20
>>> a = chr(SPACE)
>>> type(a)
<class 'str'>
>>> print(f"'{a}'")
' '