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Correctly Parsing JSON in Swift 3

Swift 5 Cant fetch data from your api. Easiest way to parse json is Use Decodable protocol. Or Codable (Encodable & Decodable). For ex:

let json = """
{
    "dueDate": {
        "year": 2021,
        "month": 2,
        "day": 17
    }
}
"""

struct WrapperModel: Codable {
    var dueDate: DueDate
}

struct DueDate: Codable {
    var year: Int
    var month: Int
    var day: Int
}

let jsonData = Data(json.utf8)

let decoder = JSONDecoder()

do {
    let model = try decoder.decode(WrapperModel.self, from: jsonData)
    print(model)
} catch {
    print(error.localizedDescription)
}

Setting Access-Control-Allow-Origin in ASP.Net MVC - simplest possible method

This is really simple , just add this in web.config

<system.webServer>
  <httpProtocol>
    <customHeaders>
      <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Origin" value="http://localhost" />
      <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Headers" value="X-AspNet-Version,X-Powered-By,Date,Server,Accept,Accept-Encoding,Accept-Language,Cache-Control,Connection,Content-Length,Content-Type,Host,Origin,Pragma,Referer,User-Agent" />
      <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Methods" value="GET, PUT, POST, DELETE, OPTIONS" />
      <add name="Access-Control-Max-Age" value="1000" />
    </customHeaders>
  </httpProtocol>
</system.webServer>

In Origin put all domains that have access to your web server, in headers put all possible headers that any ajax http request can use, in methods put all methods that you allow on your server

regards :)

REST API Best practice: How to accept list of parameter values as input

The standard way to pass a list of values as URL parameters is to repeat them:

http://our.api.com/Product?id=101404&id=7267261

Most server code will interpret this as a list of values, although many have single value simplifications so you may have to go looking.

Delimited values are also okay.

If you are needing to send JSON to the server, I don't like seeing it in in the URL (which is a different format). In particular, URLs have a size limitation (in practice if not in theory).

The way I have seen some do a complicated query RESTfully is in two steps:

  1. POST your query requirements, receiving back an ID (essentially creating a search criteria resource)
  2. GET the search, referencing the above ID
  3. optionally DELETE the query requirements if needed, but note that they requirements are available for reuse.

What is the best way to left align and right align two div tags?

<div style="float: left;">Left Div</div>
<div style="float: right;">Right Div</div>

Upgrade to python 3.8 using conda

Update for 2020/07

Finally, Anaconda3-2020.07 is out and its core is Python 3.8!

You can now download Anaconda packed with Python 3.8 goodness at:

Function or sub to add new row and data to table

Minor variation of phillfri's answer which was already a variation of Geoff's answer: I added the ability to handle completely empty tables that contain no data for the Array Code.

Sub AddDataRow(tableName As String, NewData As Variant)
    Dim sheet As Worksheet
    Dim table As ListObject
    Dim col As Integer
    Dim lastRow As Range

    Set sheet = Range(tableName).Parent
    Set table = sheet.ListObjects.Item(tableName)

    'First check if the last row is empty; if not, add a row
    If table.ListRows.Count > 0 Then
        Set lastRow = table.ListRows(table.ListRows.Count).Range
        If Application.CountBlank(lastRow) < lastRow.Columns.Count Then
            table.ListRows.Add
        End If
    End If

    'Iterate through the last row and populate it with the entries from values()
    If table.ListRows.Count = 0 Then 'If table is totally empty, set lastRow as first entry
        table.ListRows.Add Position:=1
        Set lastRow = table.ListRows(1).Range
    Else
        Set lastRow = table.ListRows(table.ListRows.Count).Range
    End If
    For col = 1 To lastRow.Columns.Count
        If col <= UBound(NewData) + 1 Then lastRow.Cells(1, col) = NewData(col - 1)
    Next col
End Sub

Apple Mach-O Linker Error when compiling for device

i think the best response is to look into files imports , some imports has a problem .

example : include #import "file.m" or include external file.h

...

Using android.support.v7.widget.CardView in my project (Eclipse)

I have done following and it resolve an issue with recyclerview same you may use for other widget as well if it's not working in eclipse project.

• Go to sdk\extras\android\m2repository\com\android\support\recyclerview-v7\21.0.0-rc1 directory

• Copy recyclerview-v7-21.0.0-rc1.aar file and rename it as .zip

• Unzip the file, you will get classes.jar (rename the jar file more meaningful name)

• Use the following jar in your project build path or lib directory.

and it resolve your error.

happy coding :)

use jQuery's find() on JSON object

jQuery doesn't work on plain object literals. You can use the below function in a similar way to search all 'id's (or any other property), regardless of its depth in the object:

function getObjects(obj, key, val) {
    var objects = [];
    for (var i in obj) {
        if (!obj.hasOwnProperty(i)) continue;
        if (typeof obj[i] == 'object') {
            objects = objects.concat(getObjects(obj[i], key, val));
        } else if (i == key && obj[key] == val) {
            objects.push(obj);
        }
    }
    return objects;
}

Use like so:

getObjects(TestObj, 'id', 'A'); // Returns an array of matching objects

How and where to use ::ng-deep?

Use ::ng-deep with caution. I used it throughout my app to set the material design toolbar color to different colors throughout my app only to find that when the app was in testing the toolbar colors step on each other. Come to find out it is because these styles becomes global, see this article Here is a working code solution that doesn't bleed into other components.

<mat-toolbar #subbar>
...
</mat-toolbar>

export class BypartSubBarComponent implements AfterViewInit {
  @ViewChild('subbar', { static: false }) subbar: MatToolbar;
  constructor(
    private renderer: Renderer2) { }
  ngAfterViewInit() {
    this.renderer.setStyle(
      this.subbar._elementRef.nativeElement, 'backgroundColor', 'red');
  }

}

Best way to do a PHP switch with multiple values per case?

No version 2 doesn't actually work but if you want this kind of approach you can do the following (probably not the speediest, but arguably more intuitive):

switch (true) {
case ($var === 'something' || $var === 'something else'):
// do some stuff
break;
}

Download file from an ASP.NET Web API method using AngularJS

C# WebApi PDF download all working with Angular JS Authentication

Web Api Controller

[HttpGet]
    [Authorize]
    [Route("OpenFile/{QRFileId}")]
    public HttpResponseMessage OpenFile(int QRFileId)
    {
        QRFileRepository _repo = new QRFileRepository();
        var QRFile = _repo.GetQRFileById(QRFileId);
        if (QRFile == null)
            return new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.BadRequest);
        string path = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["QRFolder"] + + QRFile.QRId + @"\" + QRFile.FileName;
        if (!File.Exists(path))
            return new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.BadRequest);

        HttpResponseMessage response = new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.OK);
        //response.Content = new StreamContent(new FileStream(localFilePath, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read));
        Byte[] bytes = File.ReadAllBytes(path);
        //String file = Convert.ToBase64String(bytes);
        response.Content = new ByteArrayContent(bytes);
        response.Content.Headers.ContentDisposition = new ContentDispositionHeaderValue("attachment");
        response.Content.Headers.ContentType = new MediaTypeHeaderValue("application/pdf");
        response.Content.Headers.ContentDisposition.FileName = QRFile.FileName;

        return response;
    }

Angular JS Service

this.getPDF = function (apiUrl) {
            var headers = {};
            headers.Authorization = 'Bearer ' + sessionStorage.tokenKey;
            var deferred = $q.defer();
            $http.get(
                hostApiUrl + apiUrl,
                {
                    responseType: 'arraybuffer',
                    headers: headers
                })
            .success(function (result, status, headers) {
                deferred.resolve(result);;
            })
             .error(function (data, status) {
                 console.log("Request failed with status: " + status);
             });
            return deferred.promise;
        }

        this.getPDF2 = function (apiUrl) {
            var promise = $http({
                method: 'GET',
                url: hostApiUrl + apiUrl,
                headers: { 'Authorization': 'Bearer ' + sessionStorage.tokenKey },
                responseType: 'arraybuffer'
            });
            promise.success(function (data) {
                return data;
            }).error(function (data, status) {
                console.log("Request failed with status: " + status);
            });
            return promise;
        }

Either one will do

Angular JS Controller calling the service

vm.open3 = function () {
        var downloadedData = crudService.getPDF('ClientQRDetails/openfile/29');
        downloadedData.then(function (result) {
            var file = new Blob([result], { type: 'application/pdf;base64' });
            var fileURL = window.URL.createObjectURL(file);
            var seconds = new Date().getTime() / 1000;
            var fileName = "cert" + parseInt(seconds) + ".pdf";
            var a = document.createElement("a");
            document.body.appendChild(a);
            a.style = "display: none";
            a.href = fileURL;
            a.download = fileName;
            a.click();
        });
    };

And last the HTML page

<a class="btn btn-primary" ng-click="vm.open3()">FILE Http with crud service (3 getPDF)</a>

This will be refactored just sharing the code now hope it helps someone as it took me a while to get this working.

How to add a class to body tag?

Well, you're going to want document.location. Do some sort of string manipulation on it (unless jQuery has a way to avoid that work for you) and then

$(body).addClass(foo);

I know this isn't the complete answer, but I assume you can work the rest out :)

java.net.UnknownHostException: Invalid hostname for server: local

What the exception is really saying is that there is no known server with the name "local". My guess is that you're trying to connect to your local computer. Try with the hostname "localhost" instead, or perhaps 127.0.0.1 or ::1 (the last one is IPv6).

From the javadocs:

Thrown to indicate that the IP address of a host could not be determined.

127.0.0.1or ::1 or "localhost" should always be the loopback interface, so if that doesn't work I'd be really surprised.

If there really is a server called "local" on your network - examine your DNS settings or add it to your hosts file.

Java unsupported major minor version 52.0

I assumed openjdk8 would work with tomcat8 but I had to remove it and keep openjdk7 only, this fixed the issue in my case. I really don't know why or if there is something else I could have done.

jQuery UI autocomplete with JSON

I use this script for autocomplete...

$('#custmoers_name').autocomplete({
    source: function (request, response) {

        // $.getJSON("<?php echo base_url('index.php/Json_cr_operation/autosearch_custmoers');?>", function (data) {
          $.getJSON("Json_cr_operation/autosearch_custmoers?term=" + request.term, function (data) {
          console.log(data);
            response($.map(data, function (value, key) {
                console.log(value);
                return {
                    label: value.label,
                    value: value.value
                };
            }));
        });
    },
    minLength: 1,
    delay: 100
});

My json return :- [{"label":"Mahesh Arun Wani","value":"1"}] after search m

but it display in dropdown [object object]...

Onclick function based on element id

you can try these:

document.getElementById("RootNode").onclick = function(){/*do something*/};

or

$('#RootNode').click(function(){/*do something*/});

or

$(document).on("click", "#RootNode", function(){/*do something*/});

There is a point for the first two method which is, it matters where in your page DOM, you should put them, the whole DOM should be loaded, to be able to find the, which is usually it gets solved if you wrap them in a window.onload or DOMReady event, like:

//in Vanilla JavaScript
window.addEventListener("load", function(){
     document.getElementById("RootNode").onclick = function(){/*do something*/};
});
//for jQuery
$(document).ready(function(){
    $('#RootNode').click(function(){/*do something*/});
});

How to show disable HTML select option in by default?

Electron + React Let your two first options be like this

<option hidden="true>Choose Tagging</option>
<option disabled="disabled" default="true">Choose Tagging</option>

First to display when closed Second to display first when the list opens

Angular ReactiveForms: Producing an array of checkbox values?

Make an event when it's clicked and then manually change the value of true to the name of what the check box represents, then the name or true will evaluate the same and you can get all the values instead of a list of true/false. Ex:

component.html

<form [formGroup]="customForm" (ngSubmit)="onSubmit()">
    <div class="form-group" *ngFor="let parameter of parameters"> <!--I iterate here to list all my checkboxes -->
        <label class="control-label" for="{{parameter.Title}}"> {{parameter.Title}} </label>
            <div class="checkbox">
              <input
                  type="checkbox"
                  id="{{parameter.Title}}"
                  formControlName="{{parameter.Title}}"
                  (change)="onCheckboxChange($event)"
                  > <!-- ^^THIS^^ is the important part -->
             </div>
      </div>
 </form>

component.ts

onCheckboxChange(event) {
    //We want to get back what the name of the checkbox represents, so I'm intercepting the event and
    //manually changing the value from true to the name of what is being checked.

    //check if the value is true first, if it is then change it to the name of the value
    //this way when it's set to false it will skip over this and make it false, thus unchecking
    //the box
    if(this.customForm.get(event.target.id).value) {
        this.customForm.patchValue({[event.target.id] : event.target.id}); //make sure to have the square brackets
    }
}

This catches the event after it was already changed to true or false by Angular Forms, if it's true I change the name to the name of what the checkbox represents, which if needed will also evaluate to true if it's being checked for true/false as well.

How to "properly" create a custom object in JavaScript?

Another way would be http://jsfiddle.net/nnUY4/ (i dont know if this kind of handling object creation and revealing functions follow any specific pattern)

// Build-Reveal

var person={
create:function(_name){ // 'constructor'
                        //  prevents direct instantiation 
                        //  but no inheritance
    return (function() {

        var name=_name||"defaultname";  // private variable

        // [some private functions]

        function getName(){
            return name;
        }

        function setName(_name){
            name=_name;
        }

        return {    // revealed functions
            getName:getName,    
            setName:setName
        }
    })();
   }
  }

  // … no (instantiated) person so far …

  var p=person.create(); // name will be set to 'defaultname'
  p.setName("adam");        // and overwritten
  var p2=person.create("eva"); // or provide 'constructor parameters'
  alert(p.getName()+":"+p2.getName()); // alerts "adam:eva"

Return multiple values to a method caller

You can use three different ways

1. ref / out parameters

using ref:

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    int a = 10;
    int b = 20;
    int add = 0;
    int multiply = 0;
    Add_Multiply(a, b, ref add, ref multiply);
    Console.WriteLine(add);
    Console.WriteLine(multiply);
}

private static void Add_Multiply(int a, int b, ref int add, ref int multiply)
{
    add = a + b;
    multiply = a * b;
}

using out:

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    int a = 10;
    int b = 20;
    int add;
    int multiply;
    Add_Multiply(a, b, out add, out multiply);
    Console.WriteLine(add);
    Console.WriteLine(multiply);
}

private static void Add_Multiply(int a, int b, out int add, out int multiply)
{
    add = a + b;
    multiply = a * b;
}

2. struct / class

using struct:

struct Result
{
    public int add;
    public int multiply;
}
static void Main(string[] args)
{
    int a = 10;
    int b = 20;
    var result = Add_Multiply(a, b);
    Console.WriteLine(result.add);
    Console.WriteLine(result.multiply);
}

private static Result Add_Multiply(int a, int b)
{
    var result = new Result
    {
        add = a * b,
        multiply = a + b
    };
    return result;
}

using class:

class Result
{
    public int add;
    public int multiply;
}
static void Main(string[] args)
{
    int a = 10;
    int b = 20;
    var result = Add_Multiply(a, b);
    Console.WriteLine(result.add);
    Console.WriteLine(result.multiply);
}

private static Result Add_Multiply(int a, int b)
{
    var result = new Result
    {
        add = a * b,
        multiply = a + b
    };
    return result;
}

3. Tuple

Tuple class

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    int a = 10;
    int b = 20;
    var result = Add_Multiply(a, b);
    Console.WriteLine(result.Item1);
    Console.WriteLine(result.Item2);
}

private static Tuple<int, int> Add_Multiply(int a, int b)
{
    var tuple = new Tuple<int, int>(a + b, a * b);
    return tuple;
}

C# 7 Tuples

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    int a = 10;
    int b = 20;
    (int a_plus_b, int a_mult_b) = Add_Multiply(a, b);
    Console.WriteLine(a_plus_b);
    Console.WriteLine(a_mult_b);
}

private static (int a_plus_b, int a_mult_b) Add_Multiply(int a, int b)
{
    return(a + b, a * b);
}

Multiple markers Google Map API v3 from array of addresses and avoid OVER_QUERY_LIMIT while geocoding on pageLoad

Regardless of your situation, heres a working demo that creates markers on the map based on an array of addresses.

http://jsfiddle.net/P2QhE/

Javascript code embedded aswell:

$(document).ready(function () {
    var map;
    var elevator;
    var myOptions = {
        zoom: 1,
        center: new google.maps.LatLng(0, 0),
        mapTypeId: 'terrain'
    };
    map = new google.maps.Map($('#map_canvas')[0], myOptions);

    var addresses = ['Norway', 'Africa', 'Asia','North America','South America'];

    for (var x = 0; x < addresses.length; x++) {
        $.getJSON('http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json?address='+addresses[x]+'&sensor=false', null, function (data) {
            var p = data.results[0].geometry.location
            var latlng = new google.maps.LatLng(p.lat, p.lng);
            new google.maps.Marker({
                position: latlng,
                map: map
            });

        });
    }

}); 

WARNING: Can't verify CSRF token authenticity rails

If you are not using jQuery and using something like fetch API for requests you can use the following to get the csrf-token:

document.querySelector('meta[name="csrf-token"]').getAttribute('content')

fetch('/users', {
  method: 'POST',
  headers: {
    'Accept': 'application/json',
    'Content-Type': 'application/json',
    'X-CSRF-Token': document.querySelector('meta[name="csrf-token"]').getAttribute('content')},
    credentials: 'same-origin',
    body: JSON.stringify( { id: 1, name: 'some user' } )
    })
    .then(function(data) {
      console.log('request succeeded with JSON response', data)
    }).catch(function(error) {
      console.log('request failed', error)
    })

Better way to remove specific characters from a Perl string

You could use the tr instead:

       $p =~ tr/fo//d;

will delete every f and every o from $p. In your case it should be:

       $p =~ tr/\$#@~!&*()[];.,:?^ `\\\///d

See Perl's tr documentation.

tr/SEARCHLIST/REPLACEMENTLIST/cdsr

Transliterates all occurrences of the characters found (or not found if the /c modifier is specified) in the search list with the positionally corresponding character in the replacement list, possibly deleting some, depending on the modifiers specified.

[…]

If the /d modifier is specified, any characters specified by SEARCHLIST not found in REPLACEMENTLIST are deleted.

Get the Last Inserted Id Using Laravel Eloquent

After

$data->save()

$data->id will give you the inserted id,

Note: If your autoincrement column name is sno then you should use $data->sno and not $data->id

How do I execute code AFTER a form has loaded?

You could also try putting your code in the Activated event of the form, if you want it to occur, just when the form is activated. You would need to put in a boolean "has executed" check though if it is only supposed to run on the first activation.

Telnet is not recognized as internal or external command

You can also try dism /online /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:TelnetClient

Run this command with "Run as an administrator"

Reference

Why shouldn't I use "Hungarian Notation"?

Joel's article is great, but it seems to omit one major point:

Hungarian makes a particular 'idea' (kind + identifier name) unique, or near-unique, across the codebase - even a very large codebase.

That's huge for code maintenance. It means you can use good ol' single-line text search (grep, findstr, 'find in all files') to find EVERY mention of that 'idea'.

Why is that important when we have IDE's that know how to read code? Because they're not very good at it yet. This is hard to see in a small codebase, but obvious in a large one - when the 'idea' might be mentioned in comments, XML files, Perl scripts, and also in places outside source control (documents, wikis, bug databases).

You do have to be a little careful even here - e.g. token-pasting in C/C++ macros can hide mentions of the identifier. Such cases can be dealt with using coding conventions, and anyway they tend to affect only a minority of the identifiers in the codebase.

P.S. To the point about using the type system vs. Hungarian - it's best to use both. You only need wrong code to look wrong if the compiler won't catch it for you. There are plenty of cases where it is infeasible to make the compiler catch it. But where it's feasible - yes, please do that instead!

When considering feasibility, though, do consider the negative effects of splitting up types. e.g. in C#, wrapping 'int' with a non-built-in type has huge consequences. So it makes sense in some situations, but not in all of them.

how to set value of a input hidden field through javascript?

You need to run your script after the element exists. Move the <input type="hidden" name="checkyear" id="checkyear" value=""> to the beginning.

ValueError when checking if variable is None or numpy.array

Using not a to test whether a is None assumes that the other possible values of a have a truth value of True. However, most NumPy arrays don't have a truth value at all, and not cannot be applied to them.

If you want to test whether an object is None, the most general, reliable way is to literally use an is check against None:

if a is None:
    ...
else:
    ...

This doesn't depend on objects having a truth value, so it works with NumPy arrays.

Note that the test has to be is, not ==. is is an object identity test. == is whatever the arguments say it is, and NumPy arrays say it's a broadcasted elementwise equality comparison, producing a boolean array:

>>> a = numpy.arange(5)
>>> a == None
array([False, False, False, False, False])
>>> if a == None:
...     pass
...
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
ValueError: The truth value of an array with more than one element is ambiguous.
 Use a.any() or a.all()

On the other side of things, if you want to test whether an object is a NumPy array, you can test its type:

# Careful - the type is np.ndarray, not np.array. np.array is a factory function.
if type(a) is np.ndarray:
    ...
else:
    ...

You can also use isinstance, which will also return True for subclasses of that type (if that is what you want). Considering how terrible and incompatible np.matrix is, you may not actually want this:

# Again, ndarray, not array, because array is a factory function.
if isinstance(a, np.ndarray):
    ...
else:
    ...    

Callback functions in Java

For simplicity, you can use a Runnable:

private void runCallback(Runnable callback)
{
    // Run callback
    callback.run();
}

Usage:

runCallback(new Runnable()
{
    @Override
    public void run()
    {
        // Running callback
    }
});

Printing to the console in Google Apps Script?

Even though Logger.log() is technically the correct way to output something to the console, it has a few annoyances:

  1. The output can be an unstructured mess and hard to quickly digest.
  2. You have to first run the script, then click View / Logs, which is two extra clicks (one if you remember the Ctrl+Enter keyboard shortcut).
  3. You have to insert Logger.log(playerArray), and then after debugging you'd probably want to remove Logger.log(playerArray), hence an additional 1-2 more steps.
  4. You have to click on OK to close the overlay (yet another extra click).

Instead, whenever I want to debug something I add breakpoints (click on line number) and press the Debug button (bug icon). Breakpoints work well when you are assigning something to a variable, but not so well when you are initiating a variable and want to peek inside of it at a later point, which is similar to what the op is trying to do. In this case, I would force a break condition by entering "x" (x marks the spot!) to throw a run-time error:

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Compare with viewing Logs:

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The Debug console contains more information and is a lot easier to read than the Logs overlay. One minor benefit with this method is that you never have to worry about polluting your code with a bunch of logging commands if keeping clean code is your thing. Even if you enter "x", you are forced to remember to remove it as part of the debugging process or else your code won't run (built-in cleanup measure, yay).

What is the purpose of Node.js module.exports and how do you use it?

This has already been answered but I wanted to add some clarification...

You can use both exports and module.exports to import code into your application like this:

var mycode = require('./path/to/mycode');

The basic use case you'll see (e.g. in ExpressJS example code) is that you set properties on the exports object in a .js file that you then import using require()

So in a simple counting example, you could have:

(counter.js):

var count = 1;

exports.increment = function() {
    count++;
};

exports.getCount = function() {
    return count;
};

... then in your application (web.js, or really any other .js file):

var counting = require('./counter.js');

console.log(counting.getCount()); // 1
counting.increment();
console.log(counting.getCount()); // 2

In simple terms, you can think of required files as functions that return a single object, and you can add properties (strings, numbers, arrays, functions, anything) to the object that's returned by setting them on exports.

Sometimes you'll want the object returned from a require() call to be a function you can call, rather than just an object with properties. In that case you need to also set module.exports, like this:

(sayhello.js):

module.exports = exports = function() {
    console.log("Hello World!");
};

(app.js):

var sayHello = require('./sayhello.js');
sayHello(); // "Hello World!"

The difference between exports and module.exports is explained better in this answer here.

Check that an email address is valid on iOS

to validate the email string you will need to write a regular expression to check it is in the correct form. there are plenty out on the web but be carefull as some can exclude what are actually legal addresses.

essentially it will look something like this

^((?>[a-zA-Z\d!#$%&'*+\-/=?^_`{|}~]+\x20*|"((?=[\x01-\x7f])[^"\\]|\\[\x01-\x7f])*"\x20*)*(?<angle><))?((?!\.)(?>\.?[a-zA-Z\d!#$%&'*+\-/=?^_`{|}~]+)+|"((?=[\x01-\x7f])[^"\\]|\\[\x01-\x7f])*")@(((?!-)[a-zA-Z\d\-]+(?<!-)\.)+[a-zA-Z]{2,}|\[(((?(?<!\[)\.)(25[0-5]|2[0-4]\d|[01]?\d?\d)){4}|[a-zA-Z\d\-]*[a-zA-Z\d]:((?=[\x01-\x7f])[^\\\[\]]|\\[\x01-\x7f])+)\])(?(angle)>)$

Actually checking if the email exists and doesn't bounce would mean sending an email and seeing what the result was. i.e. it bounced or it didn't. However it might not bounce for several hours or not at all and still not be a "real" email address. There are a number of services out there which purport to do this for you and would probably be paid for by you and quite frankly why bother to see if it is real?

It is good to check the user has not misspelt their email else they could enter it incorrectly, not realise it and then get hacked of with you for not replying. However if someone wants to add a bum email address there would be nothing to stop them creating it on hotmail or yahoo (or many other places) to gain the same end.

So do the regular expression and validate the structure but forget about validating against a service.

how to implement login auth in node.js

@alessioalex answer is a perfect demo for fresh node user. But anyway, it's hard to write checkAuth middleware into all routes except login, so it's better to move the checkAuth from every route to one entry with app.use. For example:

function checkAuth(req, res, next) {
  // if logined or it's login request, then go next route
  if (isLogin || (req.path === '/login' && req.method === 'POST')) {
    next()
  } else {
    res.send('Not logged in yet.')
  }
}

app.use('/', checkAuth)

CSS filter: make color image with transparency white

To my knowledge, there is sadly no CSS filter to colorise an element (perhaps with the use of some SVG filter magic, but I'm somewhat unfamiliar with that) and even if that wasn't the case, filters are basically only supported by webkit browsers.

With that said, you could still work around this and use a canvas to modify your image. Basically, you can draw an image element onto a canvas and then loop through the pixels, modifying the respective RGBA values to the colour you want.

However, canvases do come with some restrictions. Most importantly, you have to make sure that the image src comes from the same domain as the page. Otherwise the browser won't allow you to read or modify the pixel data of the canvas.

Here's a JSFiddle changing the colour of the JSFiddle logo.

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//Base64 source, but any local source will work_x000D_
var src = "data:image/png;base64,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";_x000D_
var canvas = document.getElementById("theCanvas");_x000D_
var ctx = canvas.getContext("2d");_x000D_
var img = new Image;_x000D_
_x000D_
//wait for the image to load_x000D_
img.onload = function() {_x000D_
    //Draw the original image so that you can fetch the colour data_x000D_
    ctx.drawImage(img,0,0);_x000D_
    var imgData = ctx.getImageData(0, 0, canvas.width, canvas.height);_x000D_
    _x000D_
    /*_x000D_
    imgData.data is a one-dimensional array which contains _x000D_
    the respective RGBA values for every pixel _x000D_
    in the selected region of the context _x000D_
    (note i+=4 in the loop)_x000D_
    */_x000D_
    _x000D_
    for (var i = 0; i < imgData.data.length; i+=4) {_x000D_
   imgData.data[i] = 255; //Red, 0-255_x000D_
   imgData.data[i+1] = 255; //Green, 0-255_x000D_
   imgData.data[i+2] = 255; //Blue, 0-255_x000D_
   /* _x000D_
   imgData.data[i+3] contains the alpha value_x000D_
   which we are going to ignore and leave_x000D_
   alone with its original value_x000D_
   */_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    ctx.clearRect(0, 0, canvas.width, canvas.height); //clear the original image_x000D_
    ctx.putImageData(imgData, 0, 0); //paint the new colorised image_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
//Load the image!_x000D_
img.src = src;
_x000D_
body {_x000D_
    background: green;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<canvas id="theCanvas"></canvas>
_x000D_
_x000D_
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How to store token in Local or Session Storage in Angular 2?

As a general rule, the token should not be stored on the localStorage neither the sessionStorage. Both places are accessible from JS and the JS should not care about the authentication token.

IMHO The token should be stored on a cookie with the HttpOnly and Secure flag as suggested here: https://stormpath.com/blog/where-to-store-your-jwts-cookies-vs-html5-web-storage

What is "git remote add ..." and "git push origin master"?

Update: note that the currently accepted answer perpetuates a common misunderstanding about the behaviour of git push, which hasn't been corrected despite a comment pointing it out.

Your summary of what remotes are - like a nickname for the URL of a repository - is correct.

So why does the URL not git://[email protected]/peter/first_app.git but in the other syntax -- what syntax is it? Why must it end with .git? I tried not using .git at the end and it works too. If not .git, what else can it be? The git at the beginner seems to be a user account on the git server?

The two URLs that you've mentioned indicate that two different transport protocols should be used. The one beginning with git:// is for the git protocol, which is usually only used for read-only access to repositories. The other one, [email protected]:peter/first_app.git, is one of the different ways of specifying access to a repository over SSH - this is the "scp-style syntax" described in the documentation. That the username in the scp-style syntax is git is because of the way that GitHub deals with identifying users - essentially that username is ignored, and the user is identified based on the SSH key-pair that they used to authenticate.

As for the verbosity of git push origin master, you've noticed that after the first push, you can then just do git push. This is because of a series of difficult-to-remember-but-generally-helpful defaults :)

  • If no remote is specified, the remote configured for the current branch (in remote.master.url in your case) is used. If that's not set up, then origin is used.
  • If there's no "refspec" (e.g. master, master:my-experiment, etc.) specified, then git defaults to pushing every local branch that has the same name as a branch on the remote. If you just have a branch called master in common between your repository and the remote one, that'll be the same as pushing your master to the remote master.

Personally, since I tend to have many topic branches (and often several remotes) I always use the form:

git push origin master

... to avoid accidentally pushing other branches.


In reply to your comments on one of the other answers, it sounds to me as if are learning about git in a top-down way very effectively - you've discovered that the defaults work, and your question is asking about why ;) To be more serious, git can be used essentially as simply as SVN, but knowing a bit about remotes and branches means you can use it much more flexibily and this can really change the way you work for the better. Your remark about a semester course makes me think of something Scott Chacon said in a podcast interview - students are taught about all kinds of basic tools in computer science and software engineering, but very rarely version control. Distributed version control systems such as git and Mercurial are now so important, and so flexible, that it would be worth teaching courses on them to give people a good grounding.

My view is that with git, this learning curve is absolutely worth it - working with lots of topic branches, merging them easily, and pushing and pulling them about between different repositories is fantastically useful once you become confident with the system. It's just unfortunate that:

  • The primary documentation for git is so hard to parse for newcomers. (Although I'd argue that if you Google for almost any git question, helpful tutorial material (or Stack Overflow answers :)) come up nowadays.)
  • There are a few odd behaviours in git that are hard to change now because many scripts may rely on them, but are confusing to people.

How to create a string with format?

nothing special

let str = NSString(format:"%d , %f, %ld, %@", INT_VALUE, FLOAT_VALUE, LONG_VALUE, STRING_VALUE)

"Non-static method cannot be referenced from a static context" error

setLoanItem() isn't a static method, it's an instance method, which means it belongs to a particular instance of that class rather than that class itself.

Essentially, you haven't specified what media object you want to call the method on, you've only specified the class name. There could be thousands of media objects and the compiler has no way of knowing what one you meant, so it generates an error accordingly.

You probably want to pass in a media object on which to call the method:

public void loanItem(Media m) {
    m.setLoanItem("Yes");
}

How do I use DateTime.TryParse with a Nullable<DateTime>?

Here is a slightly concised edition of what Jason suggested:

DateTime? d; DateTime dt;
d = DateTime.TryParse(DateTime.Now.ToString(), out dt)? dt : (DateTime?)null;

MVC Calling a view from a different controller

I'm not really sure if I got your question right. Maybe something like

public class CommentsController : Controller
{
    [HttpPost]
    public ActionResult WriteComment(CommentModel comment)
    {
        // Do the basic model validation and other stuff
        try
        {
            if (ModelState.IsValid )
            {
                 // Insert the model to database like:
                 db.Comments.Add(comment);
                 db.SaveChanges();

                 // Pass the comment's article id to the read action
                 return RedirectToAction("Read", "Articles", new {id = comment.ArticleID});
            }
        }
        catch ( Exception e )
        {
             throw e;
        }
        // Something went wrong
        return View(comment);

    }
}


public class ArticlesController : Controller
{
    // id is the id of the article
    public ActionResult Read(int id)
    {
        // Get the article from database by id
        var model = db.Articles.Find(id);
        // Return the view
        return View(model);
    }
}

How to get a web page's source code from Java

Try the following code with an added request property:

import java.io.BufferedReader;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStream;
import java.io.InputStreamReader;
import java.net.URL;
import java.net.URLConnection;

public class SocketConnection
{
    public static String getURLSource(String url) throws IOException
    {
        URL urlObject = new URL(url);
        URLConnection urlConnection = urlObject.openConnection();
        urlConnection.setRequestProperty("User-Agent", "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.11 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/23.0.1271.95 Safari/537.11");

        return toString(urlConnection.getInputStream());
    }

    private static String toString(InputStream inputStream) throws IOException
    {
        try (BufferedReader bufferedReader = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(inputStream, "UTF-8")))
        {
            String inputLine;
            StringBuilder stringBuilder = new StringBuilder();
            while ((inputLine = bufferedReader.readLine()) != null)
            {
                stringBuilder.append(inputLine);
            }

            return stringBuilder.toString();
        }
    }
}

How can I shuffle the lines of a text file on the Unix command line or in a shell script?

This is a python script that I saved as rand.py in my home folder:

#!/bin/python

import sys
import random

if __name__ == '__main__':
  with open(sys.argv[1], 'r') as f:
    flist = f.readlines()
    random.shuffle(flist)

    for line in flist:
      print line.strip()

On Mac OSX sort -R and shuf are not available so you can alias this in your bash_profile as:

alias shuf='python rand.py'

What is the maximum size of a web browser's cookie's key?

A cookie key(used to identify a session) and a cookie are the same thing being used in different ways. So the limit would be the same. According to Microsoft its 4096 bytes.

MSDN

cookies are usually limited to 4096 bytes and you can't store more than 20 cookies per site. By using a single cookie with subkeys, you use fewer of those 20 cookies that your site is allotted. In addition, a single cookie takes up about 50 characters for overhead (expiration information, and so on), plus the length of the value that you store in it, all of which counts toward the 4096-byte limit. If you store five subkeys instead of five separate cookies, you save the overhead of the separate cookies and can save around 200 bytes.

Changing the child element's CSS when the parent is hovered

No need to use the JavaScript or jquery, CSS is enough:

.child{ display:none; }
.parent:hover .child{ display:block; }

SEE DEMO

Move to another EditText when Soft Keyboard Next is clicked on Android

<AutoCompleteTextView
                android:id="@+id/email"
                android:layout_width="match_parent"
                android:layout_height="wrap_content"
                android:drawableLeft="@drawable/user"
                android:hint="@string/username"
                android:inputType="text"
                android:maxLines="1"
                android:imeOptions="actionNext"
                android:singleLine="true" />

These three lines do the magic

            android:maxLines="1"
            android:imeOptions="actionNext"
            android:singleLine="true"

The following sections have been defined but have not been rendered for the layout page "~/Views/Shared/_Layout.cshtml": "Scripts"

I solved this problem by using the following,

@await Html.PartialAsync("_ValidationScriptsPartial")

How to download fetch response in react as file

This worked for me.

const requestOptions = {
method: 'GET',
headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/json' }
};

fetch(`${url}`, requestOptions)
.then((res) => {
    return res.blob();
})
.then((blob) => {
    const href = window.URL.createObjectURL(blob);
    const link = document.createElement('a');
    link.href = href;
    link.setAttribute('download', 'config.json'); //or any other extension
    document.body.appendChild(link);
    link.click();
})
.catch((err) => {
    return Promise.reject({ Error: 'Something Went Wrong', err });
})

How to run a hello.js file in Node.js on windows?

Here are the exact steps I just took to run the "Hello World" example found at http://nodejs.org/. This is a quick and dirty example. For a permanent installation you'd want to store the executable in a more reasonable place than the root directory and update your PATH to include its location.

  1. Download the Windows executable here: http://nodejs.org/#download
  2. Copy the file to C:\
  3. Create C:\hello.js
  4. Paste in the following content:
    var http = require('http');
    http.createServer(function (req, res) {
      res.writeHead(200, {'Content-Type': 'text/plain'});
      res.end('Hello World\n');
    }).listen(1337, "127.0.0.1");
    console.log('Server running at http://127.0.0.1:1337/');
  1. Save the file
  2. Start -> Run... -> cmd
  3. c:
  4. C:>node hello.js

    Server running at http://127.0.0.1:1337/
    

That's it. This was done on Windows XP.

SQL Stored Procedure: If variable is not null, update statement

Use a T-SQL IF:

IF @ABC IS NOT NULL AND @ABC != -1
    UPDATE [TABLE_NAME] SET XYZ=@ABC

Take a look at the MSDN docs.

How to draw a checkmark / tick using CSS?

Also, using the awesome font, you can use the following tag. Simple and beautiful

With the possibility of changing the size and color and other features in CSS

See result here

Type Checking: typeof, GetType, or is?

All are different.

  • typeof takes a type name (which you specify at compile time).
  • GetType gets the runtime type of an instance.
  • is returns true if an instance is in the inheritance tree.

Example

class Animal { } 
class Dog : Animal { }

void PrintTypes(Animal a) { 
    Console.WriteLine(a.GetType() == typeof(Animal)); // false 
    Console.WriteLine(a is Animal);                   // true 
    Console.WriteLine(a.GetType() == typeof(Dog));    // true
    Console.WriteLine(a is Dog);                      // true 
}

Dog spot = new Dog(); 
PrintTypes(spot);

What about typeof(T)? Is it also resolved at compile time?

Yes. T is always what the type of the expression is. Remember, a generic method is basically a whole bunch of methods with the appropriate type. Example:

string Foo<T>(T parameter) { return typeof(T).Name; }

Animal probably_a_dog = new Dog();
Dog    definitely_a_dog = new Dog();

Foo(probably_a_dog); // this calls Foo<Animal> and returns "Animal"
Foo<Animal>(probably_a_dog); // this is exactly the same as above
Foo<Dog>(probably_a_dog); // !!! This will not compile. The parameter expects a Dog, you cannot pass in an Animal.

Foo(definitely_a_dog); // this calls Foo<Dog> and returns "Dog"
Foo<Dog>(definitely_a_dog); // this is exactly the same as above.
Foo<Animal>(definitely_a_dog); // this calls Foo<Animal> and returns "Animal". 
Foo((Animal)definitely_a_dog); // this does the same as above, returns "Animal"

Creating an Array from a Range in VBA

Adding to @Vityata 's answer, below is the function I use to convert a row / column vector in a 1D array:

Function convertVecToArr(ByVal rng As Range) As Variant
'convert two dimension array into a one dimension array
    
    Dim arr() As Variant, slicedArr() As Variant
    arr = rng.value   'arr = rng works too (https://bettersolutions.com/excel/cells-ranges/vba-working-with-arrays.htm)
    
    If UBound(arr, 1) > UBound(arr, 2) Then
        slicedArr = Application.WorksheetFunction.Transpose(arr)
    Else
        slicedArr = Application.WorksheetFunction.index(arr, 1, 0)  'If you set row_num or column_num to 0 (zero), Index returns the array of values for the entire column or row, respectively._
                                                                   'To use values returned as an array, enter the Index function as an array formula in a horizontal range of cells for a row,_
                                                                   'and in a vertical range of cells for a column.
                                                                   'https://usefulgyaan.wordpress.com/2013/06/12/vba-trick-of-the-week-slicing-an-array-without-loop-application-index/
    End If
convertVecToArr = slicedArr
End Function

How to measure time taken between lines of code in python?

You can try this as well:

from time import perf_counter

t0 = perf_counter()

...

t1 = perf_counter()
time_taken = t1 - t0

Use Expect in a Bash script to provide a password to an SSH command

Add the 'interact' Expect command just before your EOD:

#!/bin/bash

read -s PWD

/usr/bin/expect <<EOD
spawn ssh -oStrictHostKeyChecking=no -oCheckHostIP=no usr@$myhost.example.com
expect "password"
send "$PWD\n"
interact
EOD
echo "you're out"

This should let you interact with the remote machine until you log out. Then you'll be back in Bash.

Index all *except* one item in python

If you are using numpy, the closest, I can think of is using a mask

>>> import numpy as np
>>> arr = np.arange(1,10)
>>> mask = np.ones(arr.shape,dtype=bool)
>>> mask[5]=0
>>> arr[mask]
array([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9])

Something similar can be achieved using itertools without numpy

>>> from itertools import compress
>>> arr = range(1,10)
>>> mask = [1]*len(arr)
>>> mask[5]=0
>>> list(compress(arr,mask))
[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9]

Python/BeautifulSoup - how to remove all tags from an element?

it looks like this is the way to do! as simple as that

with this line you are joining together the all text parts within the current element

''.join(htmlelement.find(text=True))

Adding a column to a data.frame

Easily: Your data frame is A

b <- A[,1]
b <- b==1
b <- cumsum(b)

Then you get the column b.

Javascript close alert box

You can use label and set its fade in and out time for e.g Hide it initially and show on click. $('#div_Message').fadeIn(500).delay(1000).fadeOut(1500);

How to test for $null array in PowerShell

The other answers address the main thrust of the question, but just to comment on this part...

PS C:\> [array]$foo = @("bar")
PS C:\> $foo -eq $null
PS C:\>

How can "-eq $null" give no results? It's either $null or it's not.

It's confusing at first, but that is giving you the result of $foo -eq $null, it's just that the result has no displayable representation.

Since $foo holds an array, $foo -eq $null means "return an array containing the elements of $foo that are equal to $null". Are there any elements of $foo that are equal to $null? No, so $foo -eq $null should return an empty array. That's exactly what it does, the problem is that when an empty array is displayed at the console you see...nothing...

PS> @()
PS> 

The array is still there, even if you can't see its elements...

PS> @().GetType()

IsPublic IsSerial Name                                     BaseType
-------- -------- ----                                     --------
True     True     Object[]                                 System.Array


PS> @().Length
0

We can use similar commands to confirm that $foo -eq $null is returning an array that we're not able to "see"...

PS> $foo -eq $null
PS> ($foo -eq $null).GetType()

IsPublic IsSerial Name                                     BaseType
-------- -------- ----                                     --------
True     True     Object[]                                 System.Array


PS> ($foo -eq $null).Length
0
PS> ($foo -eq $null).GetValue(0)
Exception calling "GetValue" with "1" argument(s): "Index was outside the bounds of the array."
At line:1 char:1
+ ($foo -eq $null).GetValue(0)
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [], MethodInvocationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : IndexOutOfRangeException

Note that I am calling the Array.GetValue method instead of using the indexer (i.e. ($foo -eq $null)[0]) because the latter returns $null for invalid indices and there's no way to distinguish them from a valid index that happens to contain $null.

We see similar behavior if we test for $null in/against an array that contains $null elements...

PS> $bar = @($null)
PS> $bar -eq $null
PS> ($bar -eq $null).GetType()

IsPublic IsSerial Name                                     BaseType
-------- -------- ----                                     --------
True     True     Object[]                                 System.Array


PS> ($bar -eq $null).Length
1
PS> ($bar -eq $null).GetValue(0)
PS> $null -eq ($bar -eq $null).GetValue(0)
True
PS> ($bar -eq $null).GetValue(0) -eq $null
True
PS> ($bar -eq $null).GetValue(1)
Exception calling "GetValue" with "1" argument(s): "Index was outside the bounds of the array."
At line:1 char:1
+ ($bar -eq $null).GetValue(1)
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [], MethodInvocationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : IndexOutOfRangeException

In this case, $bar -eq $null returns an array containing one element, $null, which has no visual representation at the console...

PS> @($null)
PS> @($null).GetType()

IsPublic IsSerial Name                                     BaseType
-------- -------- ----                                     --------
True     True     Object[]                                 System.Array


PS> @($null).Length
1

How to set default value for column of new created table from select statement in 11g

You can specify the constraints and defaults in a CREATE TABLE AS SELECT, but the syntax is as follows

create table t1 (id number default 1 not null);
insert into t1 (id) values (2);

create table t2 (id default 1 not null)
as select * from t1;

That is, it won't inherit the constraints from the source table/select. Only the data type (length/precision/scale) is determined by the select.

Closing Excel Application using VBA

To avoid the Save prompt message, you have to insert those lines

Application.DisplayAlerts = False
ThisWorkbook.Save
Application.DisplayAlerts = True

After saving your work, you need to use this line to quit the Excel application

Application.Quit

Don't just simply put those line in Private Sub Workbook_Open() unless you got do a correct condition checking, else you may spoil your excel file.

For safety purpose, please create a module to run it. The following are the codes that i put:

Sub testSave()
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
ThisWorkbook.Save
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
Application.Quit
End Sub

Hope it help you solve the problem.

Why do we have to normalize the input for an artificial neural network?

I believe the answer is dependent on the scenario.

Consider NN (neural network) as an operator F, so that F(input) = output. In the case where this relation is linear so that F(A * input) = A * output, then you might choose to either leave the input/output unnormalised in their raw forms, or normalise both to eliminate A. Obviously this linearity assumption is violated in classification tasks, or nearly any task that outputs a probability, where F(A * input) = 1 * output

In practice, normalisation allows non-fittable networks to be fittable, which is crucial to experimenters/programmers. Nevertheless, the precise impact of normalisation will depend not only on the network architecture/algorithm, but also on the statistical prior for the input and output.

What's more, NN is often implemented to solve very difficult problems in a black-box fashion, which means the underlying problem may have a very poor statistical formulation, making it hard to evaluate the impact of normalisation, causing the technical advantage (becoming fittable) to dominate over its impact on the statistics.

In statistical sense, normalisation removes variation that is believed to be non-causal in predicting the output, so as to prevent NN from learning this variation as a predictor (NN does not see this variation, hence cannot use it).

How to add a new audio (not mixing) into a video using ffmpeg?

Replace audio

diagram of audio stream replacement

ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -i audio.wav -map 0:v -map 1:a -c:v copy -shortest output.mp4
  • The -map option allows you to manually select streams / tracks. See FFmpeg Wiki: Map for more info.
  • This example uses -c:v copy to stream copy (mux) the video. No re-encoding of the video occurs. Quality is preserved and the process is fast.
    • If your input audio format is compatible with the output format then change -c:v copy to -c copy to stream copy both the video and audio.
    • If you want to re-encode video and audio then remove -c:v copy / -c copy.
  • The -shortest option will make the output the same duration as the shortest input.

Add audio

diagram of audio stream addition

ffmpeg -i video.mkv -i audio.mp3 -map 0 -map 1:a -c:v copy -shortest output.mkv
  • The -map option allows you to manually select streams / tracks. See FFmpeg Wiki: Map for more info.
  • This example uses -c:v copy to stream copy (mux) the video. No re-encoding of the video occurs. Quality is preserved and the process is fast.
    • If your input audio format is compatible with the output format then change -c:v copy to -c copy to stream copy both the video and audio.
    • If you want to re-encode video and audio then remove -c:v copy / -c copy.
  • The -shortest option will make the output the same duration as the shortest input.

Mixing/combining two audio inputs into one

diagram of audio downmix

Use video from video.mkv. Mix audio from video.mkv and audio.m4a using the amerge filter:

ffmpeg -i video.mkv -i audio.m4a -filter_complex "[0:a][1:a]amerge=inputs=2[a]" -map 0:v -map "[a]" -c:v copy -ac 2 -shortest output.mkv

See FFmpeg Wiki: Audio Channels for more info.

Generate silent audio

You can use the anullsrc filter to make a silent audio stream. The filter allows you to choose the desired channel layout (mono, stereo, 5.1, etc) and the sample rate.

ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -f lavfi -i anullsrc=channel_layout=stereo:sample_rate=44100 \
-c:v copy -shortest output.mp4

Also see

Explanation of BASE terminology

  • Basic Availability: The database appears to work most of the time.

  • Soft State: Stores don’t have to be write-consistent or mutually consistent all the time.

  • Eventual consistency: Data should always be consistent, with regards how any number of changes are performed.

Extract text from a string

The following regex extract anything between the parenthesis:

PS> $prog = [regex]::match($s,'\(([^\)]+)\)').Groups[1].Value
PS> $prog
SUB RAD MSD 50R III


Explanation (created with RegexBuddy)

Match the character '(' literally «\(»
Match the regular expression below and capture its match into backreference number 1 «([^\)]+)»
   Match any character that is NOT a ) character «[^\)]+»
      Between one and unlimited times, as many times as possible, giving back as needed (greedy) «+»
Match the character ')' literally «\)»

Check these links:

http://www.regular-expressions.info

http://powershell.com/cs/blogs/tobias/archive/2011/10/27/regular-expressions-are-your-friend-part-1.aspx

http://powershell.com/cs/blogs/tobias/archive/2011/12/02/regular-expressions-are-your-friend-part-2.aspx

http://powershell.com/cs/blogs/tobias/archive/2011/12/02/regular-expressions-are-your-friend-part-3.aspx

Casting to string in JavaScript

They do behave differently when the value is null.

  • null.toString() throws an error - Cannot call method 'toString' of null
  • String(null) returns - "null"
  • null + "" also returns - "null"

Very similar behaviour happens if value is undefined (see jbabey's answer).

Other than that, there is a negligible performance difference, which, unless you're using them in huge loops, isn't worth worrying about.

How to tell if homebrew is installed on Mac OS X

Another one possible way:

# Check if Ninja is installed
if ! which ninja > /dev/null
then
echo 'Ninja installation...'
brew install ninja
fi

IOCTL Linux device driver

An ioctl, which means "input-output control" is a kind of device-specific system call. There are only a few system calls in Linux (300-400), which are not enough to express all the unique functions devices may have. So a driver can define an ioctl which allows a userspace application to send it orders. However, ioctls are not very flexible and tend to get a bit cluttered (dozens of "magic numbers" which just work... or not), and can also be insecure, as you pass a buffer into the kernel - bad handling can break things easily.

An alternative is the sysfs interface, where you set up a file under /sys/ and read/write that to get information from and to the driver. An example of how to set this up:

static ssize_t mydrvr_version_show(struct device *dev,
        struct device_attribute *attr, char *buf)
{
    return sprintf(buf, "%s\n", DRIVER_RELEASE);
}

static DEVICE_ATTR(version, S_IRUGO, mydrvr_version_show, NULL);

And during driver setup:

device_create_file(dev, &dev_attr_version);

You would then have a file for your device in /sys/, for example, /sys/block/myblk/version for a block driver.

Another method for heavier use is netlink, which is an IPC (inter-process communication) method to talk to your driver over a BSD socket interface. This is used, for example, by the WiFi drivers. You then communicate with it from userspace using the libnl or libnl3 libraries.

How to call javascript function on page load in asp.net

Calling JavaScript function on code behind i.e. On Page_Load

ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(GetType(), "Javascript", "javascript:FUNCTIONNAME(); ", true);

If you have UpdatePanel there then try like this

ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(GetType(), "Javascript", "javascript:FUNCTIONNAME(); ", true);

View Blog Article : How to Call javascript function from code behind in asp.net c#

How to center horizontally div inside parent div

Just out of interest, if you want to center two or more divs (so they're side by side in the center), then here's how to do it:

<div style="text-align:center;">
    <div style="border:1px solid #000; display:inline-block;">Div 1</div>
    <div style="border:1px solid red; display:inline-block;">Div 2</div>
</div>   

Calling Web API from MVC controller

Why don't you simply move the code you have in the ApiController calls - DocumentsController to a class that you can call from both your HomeController and DocumentController. Pull this out into a class you call from both controllers. This stuff in your question:

// All code to find the files are here and is working perfectly...

It doesn't make sense to call a API Controller from another controller on the same website.

This will also simplify the code when you come back to it in the future you will have one common class for finding the files and doing that logic there...

Webpack not excluding node_modules

If you ran into this issue when using TypeScript, you may need to add skipLibCheck: true in your tsconfig.json file.

Node.js: How to read a stream into a buffer?

You can convert your readable stream to a buffer and integrate it in your code in an asynchronous way like this.

async streamToBuffer (stream) {
    return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
      const data = [];

      stream.on('data', (chunk) => {
        data.push(chunk);
      });

      stream.on('end', () => {
        resolve(Buffer.concat(data))
      })

      stream.on('error', (err) => {
        reject(err)
      })
   
    })
  }

the usage would be as simple as:

 // usage
  const myStream // your stream
  const buffer = await streamToBuffer(myStream) // this is a buffer

ReCaptcha API v2 Styling

I use below trick to make it responsive and remove borders. this tricks maybe hide recaptcha message/error.

This style is for rtl lang but you can change it easy.

.g-recaptcha {
    position: relative;
    width: 100%;
    background: #f9f9f9;
    overflow: hidden;
}

.g-recaptcha > * {
    float: right;
    right: 0;
    margin: -2px -2px -10px;/*remove borders*/ 
}

.g-recaptcha::after{
    display: block;
    content: "";
    position: absolute;
    left:0;
    right:150px;
    top: 0;
    bottom:0;
    background-color: #f9f9f9;
    clear: both;
}
<div class="g-recaptcha" data-sitekey="Your Api Key"></div>
<script src='https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js?hl=fa'></script>

recaptcha no captcha reponsive style trick

Python: Converting string into decimal number

A2 = [float(x.strip('"')) for x in A1] works, @Jake , but there are unnecessary 0s

Saving an Object (Data persistence)

I think it's a pretty strong assumption to assume that the object is a class. What if it's not a class? There's also the assumption that the object was not defined in the interpreter. What if it was defined in the interpreter? Also, what if the attributes were added dynamically? When some python objects have attributes added to their __dict__ after creation, pickle doesn't respect the addition of those attributes (i.e. it 'forgets' they were added -- because pickle serializes by reference to the object definition).

In all these cases, pickle and cPickle can fail you horribly.

If you are looking to save an object (arbitrarily created), where you have attributes (either added in the object definition, or afterward)… your best bet is to use dill, which can serialize almost anything in python.

We start with a class…

Python 2.7.8 (default, Jul 13 2014, 02:29:54) 
[GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple Clang 4.1 ((tags/Apple/clang-421.11.66))] on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import pickle
>>> class Company:
...     pass
... 
>>> company1 = Company()
>>> company1.name = 'banana'
>>> company1.value = 40
>>> with open('company.pkl', 'wb') as f:
...     pickle.dump(company1, f, pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL)
... 
>>> 

Now shut down, and restart...

Python 2.7.8 (default, Jul 13 2014, 02:29:54) 
[GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple Clang 4.1 ((tags/Apple/clang-421.11.66))] on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import pickle
>>> with open('company.pkl', 'rb') as f:
...     company1 = pickle.load(f)
... 
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 2, in <module>
  File "/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/pickle.py", line 1378, in load
    return Unpickler(file).load()
  File "/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/pickle.py", line 858, in load
dispatch[key](self)
  File "/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/pickle.py", line 1090, in load_global
    klass = self.find_class(module, name)
  File "/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/lib/python2.7/pickle.py", line 1126, in find_class
    klass = getattr(mod, name)
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'Company'
>>> 

Oops… pickle can't handle it. Let's try dill. We'll throw in another object type (a lambda) for good measure.

Python 2.7.8 (default, Jul 13 2014, 02:29:54) 
[GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple Clang 4.1 ((tags/Apple/clang-421.11.66))] on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import dill       
>>> class Company:
...     pass
... 
>>> company1 = Company()
>>> company1.name = 'banana'
>>> company1.value = 40
>>> 
>>> company2 = lambda x:x
>>> company2.name = 'rhubarb'
>>> company2.value = 42
>>> 
>>> with open('company_dill.pkl', 'wb') as f:
...     dill.dump(company1, f)
...     dill.dump(company2, f)
... 
>>> 

And now read the file.

Python 2.7.8 (default, Jul 13 2014, 02:29:54) 
[GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple Clang 4.1 ((tags/Apple/clang-421.11.66))] on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import dill
>>> with open('company_dill.pkl', 'rb') as f:
...     company1 = dill.load(f)
...     company2 = dill.load(f)
... 
>>> company1 
<__main__.Company instance at 0x107909128>
>>> company1.name
'banana'
>>> company1.value
40
>>> company2.name
'rhubarb'
>>> company2.value
42
>>>    

It works. The reason pickle fails, and dill doesn't, is that dill treats __main__ like a module (for the most part), and also can pickle class definitions instead of pickling by reference (like pickle does). The reason dill can pickle a lambda is that it gives it a name… then pickling magic can happen.

Actually, there's an easier way to save all these objects, especially if you have a lot of objects you've created. Just dump the whole python session, and come back to it later.

Python 2.7.8 (default, Jul 13 2014, 02:29:54) 
[GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple Clang 4.1 ((tags/Apple/clang-421.11.66))] on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import dill
>>> class Company:
...     pass
... 
>>> company1 = Company()
>>> company1.name = 'banana'
>>> company1.value = 40
>>> 
>>> company2 = lambda x:x
>>> company2.name = 'rhubarb'
>>> company2.value = 42
>>> 
>>> dill.dump_session('dill.pkl')
>>> 

Now shut down your computer, go enjoy an espresso or whatever, and come back later...

Python 2.7.8 (default, Jul 13 2014, 02:29:54) 
[GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple Clang 4.1 ((tags/Apple/clang-421.11.66))] on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import dill
>>> dill.load_session('dill.pkl')
>>> company1.name
'banana'
>>> company1.value
40
>>> company2.name
'rhubarb'
>>> company2.value
42
>>> company2
<function <lambda> at 0x1065f2938>

The only major drawback is that dill is not part of the python standard library. So if you can't install a python package on your server, then you can't use it.

However, if you are able to install python packages on your system, you can get the latest dill with git+https://github.com/uqfoundation/dill.git@master#egg=dill. And you can get the latest released version with pip install dill.

how to pass value from one php page to another using session

Solution using just POST - no $_SESSION

page1.php

<form action="page2.php" method="post">
    <textarea name="textarea1" id="textarea1"></textarea><br />
    <input type="submit" value="submit" />
</form>

page2.php

<?php
    // this page outputs the contents of the textarea if posted
    $textarea1 = ""; // set var to avoid errors
    if(isset($_POST['textarea1'])){
        $textarea1 = $_POST['textarea1']
    }
?>
<textarea><?php echo $textarea1;?></textarea>

Solution using $_SESSION and POST

page1.php

<?php

    session_start(); // needs to be before anything else on page to use $_SESSION
    $textarea1 = "";
    if(isset($_POST['textarea1'])){
        $_SESSION['textarea1'] = $_POST['textarea1'];
    }

?>


<form action="page1.php" method="post">
    <textarea name="textarea1" id="textarea1"></textarea><br />
    <input type="submit" value="submit" />
</form>
<br /><br />
<a href="page2.php">Go to page2</a>

page2.php

<?php
    session_start(); // needs to be before anything else on page to use $_SESSION
    // this page outputs the textarea1 from the session IF it exists
    $textarea1 = ""; // set var to avoid errors
    if(isset($_SESSION['textarea1'])){
        $textarea1 = $_SESSION['textarea1']
    }
?>
<textarea><?php echo $textarea1;?></textarea>

WARNING!!! - This contains no validation!!!

VBA paste range

To literally fix your example you would use this:

Sub Normalize()


    Dim Ticker As Range
    Sheets("Sheet1").Activate
    Set Ticker = Range(Cells(2, 1), Cells(65, 1))
    Ticker.Copy

    Sheets("Sheet2").Select
    Cells(1, 1).PasteSpecial xlPasteAll



End Sub

To Make slight improvments on it would be to get rid of the Select and Activates:

Sub Normalize()
    With Sheets("Sheet1")
        .Range(.Cells(2, 1), .Cells(65, 1)).Copy Sheets("Sheet2").Cells(1, 1)
    End With
End Sub

but using the clipboard takes time and resources so the best way would be to avoid a copy and paste and just set the values equal to what you want.

Sub Normalize()
Dim CopyFrom As Range

Set CopyFrom = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A2", [A65])
Sheets("Sheet2").Range("A1").Resize(CopyFrom.Rows.Count).Value = CopyFrom.Value

End Sub

To define the CopyFrom you can use anything you want to define the range, You could use Range("A2:A65"), Range("A2",[A65]), Range("A2", "A65") all would be valid entries. also if the A2:A65 Will never change the code could be further simplified to:

Sub Normalize()

Sheets("Sheet2").Range("A1:A65").Value = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A2:A66").Value

End Sub

I added the Copy from range, and the Resize property to make it slightly more dynamic in case you had other ranges you wanted to use in the future.

Is there a concurrent List in Java's JDK?

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CopyOnWriteArrayList is a thread-safe variant of ArrayList in which all mutative operations (add, set, and so on) are implemented by making a fresh copy of the underlying array.

CopyOnWriteArrayList is a concurrent alternative of synchronized List implements List interface and its part of java.util.concurrent packageand its a thread-safe collection.

public class CopyOnWriteArrayList<E>
    implements List<E>, RandomAccess, Cloneable, java.io.Serializable

CopyOnWriteArrayList is fail-safe and doesn't throw ConcurrentModificationException when underlying CopyOnWriteArrayList is modified during Iteration use a separate copy of ArrayList.

This is ordinarily too costly because copy array involved every update operation a cloned copy will be created. CopyOnWriteArrayList is the best choice only for frequent read operation.

/**
         * Returns a shallow copy of this list.  (The elements themselves
         * are not copied.)
         *
         * @return a clone of this list
         */
        public Object clone() {
            try {
                @SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
                CopyOnWriteArrayList<E> clone =
                    (CopyOnWriteArrayList<E>) super.clone();
                clone.resetLock();
                return clone;
            } catch (CloneNotSupportedException e) {
                // this shouldn't happen, since we are Cloneable
                throw new InternalError();
            }
        }

How to add 30 minutes to a JavaScript Date object?

This is what I do which seems to work quite well:

Date.prototype.addMinutes = function(minutes) {
    var copiedDate = new Date(this.getTime());
    return new Date(copiedDate.getTime() + minutes * 60000);
}

Then you can just call this like this:

var now = new Date();
console.log(now.addMinutes(50));

How to get pandas.DataFrame columns containing specific dtype

Someone will give you a better answe than this possibly, but one thing I tend to do is if all my numeric data are int64 or float64 objects, then you can create a dict of the column data types and then use the values to create your list of columns.

So for example, in a dataframe where I have columns of type float64, int64 and object firstly you can look at the data types as so:

DF.dtypes

and if they conform to the standard whereby the non-numeric columns of data are all object types (as they are in my dataframes), then you can do the following to get a list of the numeric columns:

[key for key in dict(DF.dtypes) if dict(DF.dtypes)[key] in ['float64', 'int64']]

Its just a simple list comprehension. Nothing fancy. Again, though whether this works for you will depend upon how you set up you dataframe...

Running Selenium WebDriver python bindings in chrome

For Linux

  1. Check you have installed latest version of chrome brwoser-> chromium-browser -version

  2. If not, install latest version of chrome sudo apt-get install chromium-browser

  3. get appropriate version of chrome driver from here

  4. Unzip the chromedriver.zip

  5. Move the file to /usr/bin directory sudo mv chromedriver /usr/bin

  6. Goto /usr/bin directory cd /usr/bin

  7. Now, you would need to run something like sudo chmod a+x chromedriver to mark it executable.

  8. finally you can execute the code.

    from selenium import webdriver
    
    driver = webdriver.Chrome()
    driver.get("http://www.google.com")
    print driver.page_source.encode('utf-8')
    driver.quit()
    

How to detect iPhone 5 (widescreen devices)?

In Swift 3 you can use my simple class KRDeviceType.

https://github.com/ulian-onua/KRDeviceType

It well documented and supports operators ==, >=, <=.

For example to detect if device has bounds of iPhone 6/6s/7, you can just use next comparison:

if KRDeviceType() == .iPhone6 {
// Perform appropiate operations
}

To detect if device has bounds of iPhone 5/5S/SE or earlier (iPhone 4s) you can use next comparison:

if KRDeviceType() <= .iPhone5 {   //iPhone 5/5s/SE of iPhone 4s
// Perform appropiate operations (for example, set up constraints for those old devices)
}

Getting TypeError: __init__() missing 1 required positional argument: 'on_delete' when trying to add parent table after child table with entries

If you don't know which option to enter the params. Just want to keep the default value like on_delete=None before migration:

on_delete=models.CASCADE

This is a code snippet in the old version:

if on_delete is None:
    warnings.warn(
        "on_delete will be a required arg for %s in Django 2.0. Set "
        "it to models.CASCADE on models and in existing migrations "
        "if you want to maintain the current default behavior. "
        "See https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/%s/ref/models/fields/"
        "#django.db.models.ForeignKey.on_delete" % (
            self.__class__.__name__,
            get_docs_version(),
        ),
        RemovedInDjango20Warning, 2)
    on_delete = CASCADE

How to remove old and unused Docker images

docker system prune -a

(You'll be asked to confirm the command. Use -f to force run, if you know what you're doing.)

Lazy Method for Reading Big File in Python?

Refer to python's official documentation https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#iter

Maybe this method is more pythonic:

from functools import partial

"""A file object returned by open() is a iterator with
read method which could specify current read's block size"""
with open('mydata.db', 'r') as f_in:

    part_read = partial(f_in.read, 1024*1024)
    iterator = iter(part_read, b'')

    for index, block in enumerate(iterator, start=1):
        block = process_block(block)    # process your block data
        
        with open(f'{index}.txt', 'w') as f_out:
            f_out.write(block)

What is the cleanest way to ssh and run multiple commands in Bash?

The posted answers using multiline strings and multiple bash scripts did not work for me.

  • Long multiline strings are hard to maintain.
  • Separate bash scripts do not maintain local variables.

Here is a functional way to ssh and run multiple commands while keeping local context.

LOCAL_VARIABLE=test

run_remote() {
    echo "$LOCAL_VARIABLE"
    ls some_folder; 
    ./someaction.sh 'some params'
    ./some_other_action 'other params'
}

ssh otherhost "$(set); run_remote"

ORA-00904: invalid identifier

I had this error when trying to save an entity through JPA.

It was because I had a column with @JoinColumn annotation that didn't have @ManyToOne annotation.

Adding @ManyToOne fixed the issue.

Select distinct rows from datatable in Linq

We can get the distinct similar to the example shown below

 //example
           var  distinctValues =  DetailedBreakDown_Table.AsEnumerable().Select(r => new
            {
                InvestmentVehicleID = r.Field<string>("InvestmentVehicleID"),
                Universe = r.Field<string>("Universe"),
                AsOfDate = _imqDate,
                Ticker = "",
                Cusip = "",
                PortfolioDate = r.Field<DateTime>("PortfolioDate")

            } ).Distinct();

Python3 integer division

Try this:

a = 1
b = 2
int_div  = a // b

How to Copy Contents of One Canvas to Another Canvas Locally

@robert-hurst has a cleaner approach.

However, this solution may also be used, in places when you actually want to have a copy of Data Url after copying. For example, when you are building a website that uses lots of image/canvas operations.

    // select canvas elements
    var sourceCanvas = document.getElementById("some-unique-id");
    var destCanvas = document.getElementsByClassName("some-class-selector")[0];

    //copy canvas by DataUrl
    var sourceImageData = sourceCanvas.toDataURL("image/png");
    var destCanvasContext = destCanvas.getContext('2d');

    var destinationImage = new Image;
    destinationImage.onload = function(){
      destCanvasContext.drawImage(destinationImage,0,0);
    };
    destinationImage.src = sourceImageData;

Is it possible to pass a flag to Gulp to have it run tasks in different ways?

And if you are using typescript (gulpfile.ts) then do this for yargs (building on @Caio Cunha's excellent answer https://stackoverflow.com/a/23038290/1019307 and other comments above):

Install

npm install --save-dev yargs

typings install dt~yargs --global --save

.ts files

Add this to the .ts files:

import { argv } from 'yargs';

...

  let debug: boolean = argv.debug;

This has to be done in each .ts file individually (even the tools/tasks/project files that are imported into the gulpfile.ts/js).

Run

gulp build.dev --debug

Or under npm pass the arg through to gulp:

npm run build.dev -- --debug

cannot import name patterns

Yes:

from django.conf.urls.defaults import ... # is for django 1.3
from django.conf.urls  import ...         # is for django 1.4

I met this problem too.

Get the value of a dropdown in jQuery

If you're using a <select>, .val() gets the 'value' of the selected <option>. If it doesn't have a value, it may fallback to the id. Put the value you want it to return in the value attribute of each <option>

Edit: See comments for clarification on what value actually is (not necessarily equal to the value attribute).

How to find and return a duplicate value in array

I know this thread is about Ruby specifically, but I landed here looking for how to do this within the context of Ruby on Rails with ActiveRecord and thought I would share my solution too.

class ActiveRecordClass < ActiveRecord::Base
  #has two columns, a primary key (id) and an email_address (string)
end

ActiveRecordClass.group(:email_address).having("count(*) > 1").count.keys

The above returns an array of all email addresses that are duplicated in this example's database table (which in Rails would be "active_record_classes").

How to remove padding around buttons in Android?

That's not padding, it's the shadow around the button in its background drawable. Create your own background and it will disappear.

How to turn IDENTITY_INSERT on and off using SQL Server 2008?

Import: You must write columns in INSERT statement

INSERT INTO TABLE
SELECT * FROM    

Is not correct.

Insert into Table(Field1,...)
Select (Field1,...) from TABLE

Is correct

How to dismiss notification after action has been clicked

In new APIs don't forget about TAG:

notify(String tag, int id, Notification notification)

and correspondingly

cancel(String tag, int id) 

instead of:

cancel(int id)

https://developer.android.com/reference/android/app/NotificationManager

socket programming multiple client to one server

See O'Reilly "Java Cookbook", Ian Darwin - recipe 17.4 Handling Multiple Clients.

Pay attention that accept() is not thread safe, so the call is wrapped within synchronized.

64: synchronized(servSock) {
65:     clientSocket = servSock.accept();
66: }

TypeError: Image data can not convert to float

I guess you may have this problem in Pycharm. If so, you may try this to your problem.

Go to File-Setting-Tools-Python Scientificin Pycharm and remove the option of Show plots in tool window.

'const int' vs. 'int const' as function parameters in C++ and C

There is no difference. They both declare "a" to be an integer that cannot be changed.

The place where differences start to appear is when you use pointers.

Both of these:

const int *a
int const *a

declare "a" to be a pointer to an integer that doesn't change. "a" can be assigned to, but "*a" cannot.

int * const a

declares "a" to be a constant pointer to an integer. "*a" can be assigned to, but "a" cannot.

const int * const a

declares "a" to be a constant pointer to a constant integer. Neither "a" nor "*a" can be assigned to.

static int one = 1;

int testfunc3 (const int *a)
{
  *a = 1; /* Error */
  a = &one;
  return *a;
}

int testfunc4 (int * const a)
{
  *a = 1;
  a = &one; /* Error */
  return *a;
}

int testfunc5 (const int * const a)
{
  *a = 1;   /* Error */
  a = &one; /* Error */
  return *a;
}

Android M - check runtime permission - how to determine if the user checked "Never ask again"?

public void onRequestPermissionsResult(int requestCode, @NonNull String permissions[], @NonNull int[] grantResults) {
    switch (requestCode) {
        case PERMISSIONS_REQUEST_EXTERNAL_STORAGE: {
            if (grantResults.length > 0) {
                if (ActivityCompat.shouldShowRequestPermissionRationale(this, Manifest.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE)) {
                    // Denied
                } else {
                    if (ActivityCompat.checkSelfPermission(this, Manifest.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE) == PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED) {
                        // To what you want
                    } else {
                       // Bob never checked click
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

How to get file_get_contents() to work with HTTPS?

Sometimes a server will choose not to respond based on what it sees or doesn't see in the http request headers (such as an appropriate user agent). If you can connect with a browser, grab the headers it sends and mimic them in your stream context.

How to get the current location in Google Maps Android API v2?

try this

if (ContextCompat.checkSelfPermission(this, Manifest.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION)
                == PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED) {
    mMap.setMyLocationEnabled(true);
} else {
    // Show rationale and request permission.
}

python-dev installation error: ImportError: No module named apt_pkg

I met this problem when doing sudo apt-get update. My env is debian8, with python2.7 + 3.4(default) + 3.5.

The following code will only re-create a apt_pkg....so file for python 3.5

sudo apt-get install python3-apt --reinstall

The following code solved my problem,

cd /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages
sudo ln -s apt_pkg.cpython-{35m,34m}-x86_64-linux-gnu.so

So, obviously, python3-apt checks the highest python version, instead of the current python version in use.

Mockito: Trying to spy on method is calling the original method

One more possible scenario which may causing issues with spies is when you're testing spring beans (with spring test framework) or some other framework that is proxing your objects during test.

Example

@Autowired
private MonitoringDocumentsRepository repository

void test(){
    repository = Mockito.spy(repository)
    Mockito.doReturn(docs1, docs2)
            .when(repository).findMonitoringDocuments(Mockito.nullable(MonitoringDocumentSearchRequest.class));
}

In above code both Spring and Mockito will try to proxy your MonitoringDocumentsRepository object, but Spring will be first, which will cause real call of findMonitoringDocuments method. If we debug our code just after putting a spy on repository object it will look like this inside debugger:

repository = MonitoringDocumentsRepository$$EnhancerBySpringCGLIB$$MockitoMock$

@SpyBean to the rescue

If instead @Autowired annotation we use @SpyBean annotation, we will solve above problem, the SpyBean annotation will also inject repository object but it will be firstly proxied by Mockito and will look like this inside debugger

repository = MonitoringDocumentsRepository$$MockitoMock$$EnhancerBySpringCGLIB$

and here is the code:

@SpyBean
private MonitoringDocumentsRepository repository

void test(){
    Mockito.doReturn(docs1, docs2)
            .when(repository).findMonitoringDocuments(Mockito.nullable(MonitoringDocumentSearchRequest.class));
}

Math operations from string

The best way would be to do:

print eval("2 + 2")

If you wanted to you could use a variable:

addition = eval("2 + 2") print addition

If you really wanted to, you could use a function:

def add(num1, num2): eval("num1 + num2")

Skipping every other element after the first

def altElement(a):
    return a[::2]

Setting graph figure size

A different approach.
On the figure() call specify properties or modify the figure handle properties after h = figure().

This creates a full screen figure based on normalized units.
figure('units','normalized','outerposition',[0 0 1 1])

The units property can be adjusted to inches, centimeters, pixels, etc.

See figure documentation.

Can't perform a React state update on an unmounted component

There is a hook that's fairly common called useIsMounted that solves this problem (for functional components)...

import { useRef, useEffect } from 'react';

export function useIsMounted() {
  const isMounted = useRef(false);

  useEffect(() => {
    isMounted.current = true;
    return () => isMounted.current = false;
  }, []);

  return isMounted;
}

then in your functional component

function Book() {
  const isMounted = useIsMounted();
  ...

  useEffect(() => {
    asyncOperation().then(data => {
      if (isMounted.current) { setState(data); }
    })
  });
  ...
}

Npm Please try using this command again as root/administrator

This worked for me, if your package.json is not too big you can do this:

  • Signout then signin.
  • Delete node_modules.
  • npm install again.

A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server

Sql Server fire this error when your application don't have enough rights to access the database. there are several reason about this error . To fix this error you should follow the following instruction.

  1. Try to connect sql server from your server using management studio . if you use windows authentication to connect sql server then set your application pool identity to server administrator .

  2. if you use sql server authentication then check you connection string in web.config of your web application and set user id and password of sql server which allows you to log in .

  3. if your database in other server(access remote database) then first of enable remote access of sql server form sql server property from sql server management studio and enable TCP/IP form sql server configuration manager .

  4. after doing all these stuff and you still can't access the database then check firewall of server form where you are trying to access the database and add one rule in firewall to enable port of sql server(by default sql server use 1433 , to check port of sql server you need to check sql server configuration manager network protocol TCP/IP port).

  5. if your sql server is running on named instance then you need to write port number with sql serer name for example 117.312.21.21/nameofsqlserver,1433.

  6. If you are using cloud hosting like amazon aws or microsoft azure then server or instance will running behind cloud firewall so you need to enable 1433 port in cloud firewall if you have default instance or specific port for sql server for named instance.

  7. If you are using amazon RDS or SQL azure then you need to enable port from security group of that instance.

  8. If you are accessing sql server through sql server authentication mode them make sure you enabled "SQL Server and Windows Authentication Mode" sql server instance property. enter image description here

    1. Restart your sql server instance after making any changes in property as some changes will require restart.

if you further face any difficulty then you need to provide more information about your web site and sql server .

Convert string to decimal number with 2 decimal places in Java

litersOfPetrol = Float.parseFloat(df.format(litersOfPetrol));

System.out.println("liters of petrol before putting in editor : "+litersOfPetrol);

You print Float here, that has no format at all.

To print formatted float, just use

String formatted = df.format(litersOfPetrol);
System.out.println("liters of petrol before putting in editor : " + formatted);

Is it possible to get all arguments of a function as single object inside that function?

Use arguments. You can access it like an array. Use arguments.length for the number of arguments.

Declare and initialize a Dictionary in Typescript

Edit: This has since been fixed in the latest TS versions. Quoting @Simon_Weaver's comment on the OP's post:

Note: this has since been fixed (not sure which exact TS version). I get these errors in VS, as you would expect: Index signatures are incompatible. Type '{ firstName: string; }' is not assignable to type 'IPerson'. Property 'lastName' is missing in type '{ firstName: string; }'.


Apparently this doesn't work when passing the initial data at declaration. I guess this is a bug in TypeScript, so you should raise one at the project site.

You can make use of the typed dictionary by splitting your example up in declaration and initialization, like:

var persons: { [id: string] : IPerson; } = {};
persons["p1"] = { firstName: "F1", lastName: "L1" };
persons["p2"] = { firstName: "F2" }; // will result in an error

Android SDK is missing, out of date, or is missing templates. Please ensure you are using SDK version 22 or later

If Android Studio directly opening your project instead of setup window, then just close the windows of all projects. Now you will able to see the startup window. If SDK is missing then it will provide option to download SDK and other required tools.

It works for me.

Java 8 stream's .min() and .max(): why does this compile?

Comparator is a functional interface, and Integer::max complies with that interface (after autoboxing/unboxing is taken into consideration). It takes two int values and returns an int - just as you'd expect a Comparator<Integer> to (again, squinting to ignore the Integer/int difference).

However, I wouldn't expect it to do the right thing, given that Integer.max doesn't comply with the semantics of Comparator.compare. And indeed it doesn't really work in general. For example, make one small change:

for (int i = 1; i <= 20; i++)
    list.add(-i);

... and now the max value is -20 and the min value is -1.

Instead, both calls should use Integer::compare:

System.out.println(list.stream().max(Integer::compare).get());
System.out.println(list.stream().min(Integer::compare).get());

How to get the current time in Python

import datetime
x = datetime.datetime.now()
print(x)

I found this earlier this year while I was learning python on W3Schools! I highly recommend you using w3schools for small doubts :-)

How to set <Text> text to upper case in react native

use text transform property in your style tag

textTransform:'uppercase'

How to copy data from another workbook (excel)?

Would you be happy to make "my file.xls" active if it didn't affect the screen? Turning off screen updating is the way to achieve this, it also has performance improvements (significant if you are doing looping while switching around worksheets / workbooks).

The command to do this is:

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False

Don't forget to turn it back to True when your macros is finished.

How to create two columns on a web page?

i recommend to look this article

http://www.456bereastreet.com/lab/developing_with_web_standards/csslayout/2-col/

see 4. Place the columns side by side special

To make the two columns (#main and #sidebar) display side by side we float them, one to the left and the other to the right. We also specify the widths of the columns.

    #main {
    float:left;
    width:500px;
    background:#9c9;
    }
    #sidebar {
    float:right;
    width:250px;
   background:#c9c;
   }

Note that the sum of the widths should be equal to the width given to #wrap in Step 3.

Determine what user created objects in SQL Server

If you need a small and specific mechanism, you can search for DLL Triggers info.

How to update column with null value

use is instead of =

Eg: Select * from table_name where column is null

Storing a Key Value Array into a compact JSON string

So why don't you simply use a key-value literal?

var params = {
    'slide0001.html': 'Looking Ahead',
    'slide0002.html': 'Forecase',
    ...
};

return params['slide0001.html']; // returns: Looking Ahead

jQuery UI Dialog individual CSS styling

The current version of dialog has the option "dialogClass" which you can use with your id's. For example,

$('foo').dialog({dialogClass:'dialog_style1'});

Then the CSS would be

.dialog_style1 {color:#aaa;}

Catching "Maximum request length exceeded"

Here's an alternative way, that does not involve any "hacks", but requires ASP.NET 4.0 or later:

//Global.asax
private void Application_Error(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    var ex = Server.GetLastError();
    var httpException = ex as HttpException ?? ex.InnerException as HttpException;
    if(httpException == null) return;

    if(httpException.WebEventCode == WebEventCodes.RuntimeErrorPostTooLarge)
    {
        //handle the error
        Response.Write("Sorry, file is too big"); //show this message for instance
    }
}

How to render pdfs using C#

Dynamic PDF Viewer from ceTe software might do what you're looking for. I've used their generator software and was pretty happy with it.

http://www.dynamicpdf.com/

How to access the request body when POSTing using Node.js and Express?

What you claim to have "tried doing" is exactly what you wrote in the code that works "as expected" when you invoke it with curl.

The error you're getting doesn't appear to be related to any of the code you've shown us.

If you want to get the raw request, set handlers on request for the data and end events (and, of course, remove any invocations of express.bodyParser()). Note that the data events will occur in chunks, and that unless you set an encoding for the data event those chunks will be buffers, not strings.

Check if a temporary table exists and delete if it exists before creating a temporary table

My code uses a Source table that changes, and a Destination table that must match those changes.

-- 
-- Sample SQL to update only rows in a "Destination" Table
--  based on only rows that have changed in a "Source" table
--


--
-- Drop and Create a Temp Table to use as the "Source" Table
--
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#tSource') IS NOT NULL drop table #tSource
create table #tSource (Col1 int, Col2 int, Col3 int, Col4 int)

--
-- Insert some values into the source
--
Insert #tSource (Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4) Values(1,1,1,1)
Insert #tSource (Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4) Values(2,1,1,2)
Insert #tSource (Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4) Values(3,1,1,3)
Insert #tSource (Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4) Values(4,1,1,4)
Insert #tSource (Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4) Values(5,1,1,5)
Insert #tSource (Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4) Values(6,1,1,6)

--
-- Drop and Create a Temp Table to use as the "Destination" Table
--
IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#tDest') IS NOT NULL drop Table #tDest
create table #tDest (Col1 int, Col2 int, Col3 int, Col4 int)

--
-- Add all Rows from the Source to the Destination
--
Insert #tDest
Select Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4 from #tSource


--
-- Look at both tables to see that they are the same
--
select *
from #tSource
Select *
from #tDest

--
-- Make some changes to the Source
--
update #tSource
    Set Col3=19
    Where Col1=1
update #tSource
    Set Col3=29
    Where Col1=2
update #tSource
    Set Col2=38
    Where Col1=3
update #tSource
    Set Col2=48
    Where Col1=4

--
-- Look at the Differences
-- Note: Only 4 rows are different. 2 Rows have remained the same.
--
Select Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4
from #tSource
except
Select Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4
from #tDest

--
-- Update only the rows that have changed
-- Note: I am using Col1 like an ID column
--
Update #tDest
    Set Col2=S.Col2,
        Col3=S.Col3,
        Col4=S.Col4
From    (   Select Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4
            from #tSource
            except
            Select Col1, Col2, Col3, Col4
            from #tDest
        ) S
Where #tDest.Col1=S.Col1 

--
-- Look at the tables again to see that
--  the destination table has changed to match
--  the source table.

select *
from #tSource
Select *
from #tDest

--
-- Clean Up
--
drop table #tSource
drop table #tDest

How to do what head, tail, more, less, sed do in Powershell?

Get-Content (alias: gc) is your usual option for reading a text file. You can then filter further:

gc log.txt | select -first 10 # head
gc -TotalCount 10 log.txt     # also head
gc log.txt | select -last 10  # tail
gc -Tail 10 log.txt           # also tail (since PSv3), also much faster than above option
gc log.txt | more             # or less if you have it installed
gc log.txt | %{ $_ -replace '\d+', '($0)' }         # sed

This works well enough for small files, larger ones (more than a few MiB) are probably a bit slow.

The PowerShell Community Extensions include some cmdlets for specialised file stuff (e.g. Get-FileTail).

ASP.NET MVC 3 Razor: Include JavaScript file in the head tag

You can use Named Sections.

_Layout.cshtml

<head>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="@Url.Content("/Scripts/jquery-1.6.2.min.js")"></script>
    @RenderSection("JavaScript", required: false)
</head>

_SomeView.cshtml

@section JavaScript
{
   <script type="text/javascript" src="@Url.Content("/Scripts/SomeScript.js")"></script>
   <script type="text/javascript" src="@Url.Content("/Scripts/AnotherScript.js")"></script>
}

LINQ Contains Case Insensitive

You can use string.Compare

    lst.Where(x => string.Compare(x,"valueToCompare",StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase)==0);

if you just want to check contains then use "Any"

  lst.Any(x => string.Compare(x,"valueToCompare",StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase)==0)

Git for beginners: The definitive practical guide

Git Magic is all you'll ever need. Guaranteed or your money back!

The difference between sys.stdout.write and print?

One of the differences is the following, when trying to print a byte into its hexadecimal appearance. For example, we know that the decimal value of 255 is 0xFF in hexadecimal appearance:

val = '{:02x}'.format(255)

sys.stdout.write(val) # Prints ff2
print(val)            # Prints ff

"Object doesn't support property or method 'find'" in IE

As mentioned array.find() is not supported in IE.

However you can read about a Polyfill here:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/find#Polyfill

This method has been added to the ECMAScript 2015 specification and may not be available in all JavaScript implementations yet. However, you can polyfill Array.prototype.find with the following snippet:

Code:

// https://tc39.github.io/ecma262/#sec-array.prototype.find
if (!Array.prototype.find) {
  Object.defineProperty(Array.prototype, 'find', {
    value: function(predicate) {
     // 1. Let O be ? ToObject(this value).
      if (this == null) {
        throw new TypeError('"this" is null or not defined');
      }

      var o = Object(this);

      // 2. Let len be ? ToLength(? Get(O, "length")).
      var len = o.length >>> 0;

      // 3. If IsCallable(predicate) is false, throw a TypeError exception.
      if (typeof predicate !== 'function') {
        throw new TypeError('predicate must be a function');
      }

      // 4. If thisArg was supplied, let T be thisArg; else let T be undefined.
      var thisArg = arguments[1];

      // 5. Let k be 0.
      var k = 0;

      // 6. Repeat, while k < len
      while (k < len) {
        // a. Let Pk be ! ToString(k).
        // b. Let kValue be ? Get(O, Pk).
        // c. Let testResult be ToBoolean(? Call(predicate, T, « kValue, k, O »)).
        // d. If testResult is true, return kValue.
        var kValue = o[k];
        if (predicate.call(thisArg, kValue, k, o)) {
          return kValue;
        }
        // e. Increase k by 1.
        k++;
      }

      // 7. Return undefined.
      return undefined;
    }
  });
}

IE8 crashes when loading website - res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm

I had this happening with a Drupal theme. None of the many suggestions on various threads (change IE security settings or some other advanced settings, update Java, update Flash, fiddle with registry, remove certain Windows updates, check plugins, scan for malware, completely reinstall IE8) worked for me.

In this case, it turned out to be a problem with setting a background-image on a body element - changing body to an html element fixed things. It is apparently related to loading respond.js - try putting that at the bottom.

Get a worksheet name using Excel VBA

Extend Code for Show Selected Sheet(s) [ one or more sheets].

Sub Show_SelectSheet()
  For Each xSheet In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets
     For Each xSelectSheet In ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets
         If xSheet.Name = xSelectSheet.Name Then
            '=== Show Selected Sheet ===
            GoTo xNext_SelectSheet
         End If
     Next xSelectSheet
  xSheet.Visible = False  
xNext_SelectSheet:
Next xSheet
MsgBox "Show Selected Sheet(s) Completed !!!"
end sub

How to downgrade Node version

 curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.33.11/install.sh | bash
 sudo npm install -g n
 sudo n 10.15
 npm install
 npm audit fix
 npm start

How do I make the scrollbar on a div only visible when necessary?

try

<div style='overflow:auto; width:400px;height:400px;'>here is some text</div>

React Js conditionally applying class attributes

In case you will need only one optional class name:

<div className={"btn-group pull-right " + (this.props.showBulkActions ? "show" : "")}>

angularjs: allows only numbers to be typed into a text box

Simply use HTML5

<input type="number" min="0"/>

Equation for testing if a point is inside a circle

As said above -- use Euclidean distance.

from math import hypot

def in_radius(c_x, c_y, r, x, y):
    return math.hypot(c_x-x, c_y-y) <= r

OTP (token) should be automatically read from the message

I implemented something of that such. But, here is what I did when the message comes in, I retrieve only the six digit code, bundle it in an intent and send it to the activity or fragment needing it and verifies the code. The example shows you the way to get the sms already. Look at the code below for illustration on how to send using LocalBrodcastManager and if your message contains more texts E.g Greetings, standardize it to help you better. E.g "Your verification code is: 84HG73" you can create a regex pattern like this ([0-9]){2}([A-Z]){2}([0-9]){2} which means two ints, two [capital] letters and two ints. Good Luck!

After discarding all un needed info from the message

 Intent intent = new Intent("AddedItem");
 intent.putExtra("items", code);
 LocalBroadcastManager.getInstance(getActivity()).sendBroadcast(intent); 

And the Fragment/Activity receiving it

@Override
public void onResume() {
    LocalBroadcastManager.getInstance(getActivity()).registerReceiver(receiver, new IntentFilter("AddedItem"));
    super.onResume();
}

@Override
public void onPause() {
    super.onDestroy();
    LocalBroadcastManager.getInstance(getActivity()).unregisterReceiver(receiver);
}

And the code meant to handle the payload you collected

 private BroadcastReceiver receiver = new BroadcastReceiver() {
    @Override
    public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
        if (intent.getAction()) {
            final String message = intent.getStringExtra("message");
            //Do whatever you want with the code here
        }
    }
};

Does that help a little bit. I did it better by using Callbacks

getting the reason why websockets closed with close code 1006

In my and possibly @BIOHAZARD case it was nginx proxy timeout. In default it's 60 sec without activity in socket

I changed it to 24h in nginx and it resolved problem

proxy_read_timeout 86400s;
proxy_send_timeout 86400s;

Ruby Arrays: select(), collect(), and map()

When dealing with a hash {}, use both the key and value to the block inside the ||.

details.map {|key,item|"" == item}

=>[false, false, true, false, false]

Differences between Emacs and Vim

In your question, you haven't mentioned that you want it to program in Lisp! But as you have been commenting your answers, I have understood that you actually want a LISP programming interface.

For that precise task, simply forget about Vi. Emacs integration with LISP is wonderful! You should use SLIME. You will then have wonderful integration with the REPL, being able to eval functions, buffers or files directly into a running interpreter in an emacs buffer and much more...

Codeigniter displays a blank page instead of error messages

I was having same problem, i installed latest xamp version and found my site is not working, after research and wasting time i found that.

I need to turn on following tag in php.ini file short_open_tag=On

Make sure to restart apache after doing this.

Hope this helps, most of these problems are related to php.ini file or fresh installation if your site was already running as other people facing similar issue.

How can I count all the lines of code in a directory recursively?

If you want to keep it simple, cut out the middleman and just call wc with all the filenames:

wc -l `find . -name "*.php"`

Or in the modern syntax:

wc -l $(find . -name "*.php")

This works as long as there are no spaces in any of the directory names or filenames. And as long as you don't have tens of thousands of files (modern shells support really long command lines). Your project has 74 files, so you've got plenty of room to grow.

Python, print all floats to 2 decimal places in output

If what you want is to have the print operation automatically change floats to only show 2 decimal places, consider writing a function to replace 'print'. For instance:

def fp(*args):  # fp means 'floating print'
    tmps = []
    for arg in args:
        if type(arg) is float: arg = round(arg, 2)  # transform only floats
        tmps.append(str(arg))
    print(" ".join(tmps)

Use fp() in place of print ...

fp("PI is", 3.14159) ... instead of ... print "PI is", 3.14159

ASP.NET MVC Conditional validation

There is now a framework that does this conditional validation (among other handy data annotation validations) out of the box: http://foolproof.codeplex.com/

Specifically, take a look at the [RequiredIfTrue("IsSenior")] validator. You put that directly on the property you want to validate, so you get the desired behavior of the validation error being associated to the "Senior" property.

It is available as a NuGet package.

Shuffle DataFrame rows

Here is another way:

df['rnd'] = np.random.rand(len(df)) df = df.sort_values(by='rnd', inplace=True).drop('rnd', axis=1)

Java - Using Accessor and Mutator methods

Let's go over the basics: "Accessor" and "Mutator" are just fancy names fot a getter and a setter. A getter, "Accessor", returns a class's variable or its value. A setter, "Mutator", sets a class variable pointer or its value.

So first you need to set up a class with some variables to get/set:

public class IDCard
{
    private String mName;
    private String mFileName;
    private int mID;

}

But oh no! If you instantiate this class the default values for these variables will be meaningless. B.T.W. "instantiate" is a fancy word for doing:

IDCard test = new IDCard();

So - let's set up a default constructor, this is the method being called when you "instantiate" a class.

public IDCard()
{
    mName = "";
    mFileName = "";
    mID = -1;
}

But what if we do know the values we wanna give our variables? So let's make another constructor, one that takes parameters:

public IDCard(String name, int ID, String filename)
{
    mName = name;
    mID = ID;
    mFileName = filename;
}

Wow - this is nice. But stupid. Because we have no way of accessing (=reading) the values of our variables. So let's add a getter, and while we're at it, add a setter as well:

public String getName()
{
    return mName;
}

public void setName( String name )
{
    mName = name;
}

Nice. Now we can access mName. Add the rest of the accessors and mutators and you're now a certified Java newbie. Good luck.

Script to get the HTTP status code of a list of urls?

Use curl to fetch the HTTP-header only (not the whole file) and parse it:

$ curl -I  --stderr /dev/null http://www.google.co.uk/index.html | head -1 | cut -d' ' -f2
200

Combine several images horizontally with Python

If all image’s heights are same,

imgs = [‘a.jpg’, ‘b.jpg’, ‘c.jpg’]
concatenated = Image.fromarray(
  np.concatenate(
    [np.array(Image.open(x)) for x in imgs],
    axis=1
  )
)

maybe you can resize images before the concatenation like this,

imgs = [‘a.jpg’, ‘b.jpg’, ‘c.jpg’]
concatenated = Image.fromarray(
  np.concatenate(
    [np.array(Image.open(x).resize((640,480)) for x in imgs],
    axis=1
  )
)

How to set the id attribute of a HTML element dynamically with angularjs (1.x)?

If you use this syntax:

<div ng-attr-id="{{ 'object-' + myScopeObject.index }}"></div>

Angular will render something like:

 <div ng-id="object-1"></div>

However this syntax:

<div id="{{ 'object-' + $index }}"></div>

will generate something like:

<div id="object-1"></div>

Insert Data Into Temp Table with Query

use as at end of query

Select * into #temp (select * from table1,table2) as temp_table

How to check if two words are anagrams

Works perfectly! But not a good approach because it runs in O(n^2)

boolean isAnagram(String A, String B) {
    if(A.length() != B.length())
        return false;

   A = A.toLowerCase();
   B = B.toLowerCase();

   for(int i = 0; i < A.length(); i++){
       boolean found = false;
       for(int j = 0; j < B.length(); j++){
           if(A.charAt(i) == B.charAt(j)){
               found = true;
               break;
           }
       }
       if(!found){
           return false;
       }
   }

   for(int i = 0; i < B.length(); i++){
       boolean found = false;
       for(int j = 0; j < A.length(); j++){
           if(A.charAt(j) == B.charAt(i)){
               found = true;
               break;
           }
       }
       if(!found){
           return false;
       }
   }

   int sum1 = 0, sum2 = 0;
   for(int i = 0; i < A.length(); i++){
       sum1 += (int)A.charAt(i);
       sum2 += (int)B.charAt(i);               
   }

   if(sum1 == sum2){
       return true;
   } 
   return false;
}

TypeError: Can't convert 'int' object to str implicitly

def attributeSelection():
balance = 25
print("Your SP balance is currently 25.")
strength = input("How much SP do you want to put into strength?")
balanceAfterStrength = balance - int(strength)
if balanceAfterStrength == 0:
    print("Your SP balance is now 0.")
    attributeConfirmation()
elif strength < 0:
    print("That is an invalid input. Restarting attribute selection. Keep an eye on your balance this time!")
    attributeSelection()
elif strength > balance:
    print("That is an invalid input. Restarting attribute selection. Keep an eye on your balance this time!")
    attributeSelection()
elif balanceAfterStrength > 0 and balanceAfterStrength < 26:
    print("Ok. You're balance is now at " + str(balanceAfterStrength) + " skill points.")
else:
    print("That is an invalid input. Restarting attribute selection.")
    attributeSelection()

how to delete the content of text file without deleting itself

One of the best companion for java is Apache Projects and please do refer to it. For file related operation you can refer to the Commons IO project.

The Below one line code will help us to make the file empty.

FileUtils.write(new File("/your/file/path"), "")

PHP Curl UTF-8 Charset

I was fetching a windows-1252 encoded file via cURL and the mb_detect_encoding(curl_exec($ch)); returned UTF-8. Tried utf8_encode(curl_exec($ch)); and the characters were correct.

Python name 'os' is not defined

The problem is that you forgot to import os. Add this line of code:

import os

And everything should be fine. Hope this helps!

How to add an event after close the modal window?

I find answer. Thanks all but right answer next:

$("#myModal").on("hidden", function () {
  $('#result').html('yes,result');
});

Events here http://bootstrap-ru.com/javascript.php#modals

UPD

For Bootstrap 3.x need use hidden.bs.modal:

$("#myModal").on("hidden.bs.modal", function () {
  $('#result').html('yes,result');
});

What are the differences between git remote prune, git prune, git fetch --prune, etc

git remote prune and git fetch --prune do the same thing: deleting the refs to the branches that don't exist on the remote, as you said. The second command connects to the remote and fetches its current branches before pruning.

However it doesn't touch the local branches you have checked out, that you can simply delete with

git branch -d  random_branch_I_want_deleted

Replace -d by -D if the branch is not merged elsewhere

git prune does something different, it purges unreachable objects, those commits that aren't reachable in any branch or tag, and thus not needed anymore.

Why I cannot cout a string?

There are several problems with your code:

  1. WordList is not defined anywhere. You should define it before you use it.
  2. You can't just write code outside a function like this. You need to put it in a function.
  3. You need to #include <string> before you can use the string class and iostream before you use cout or endl.
  4. string, cout and endl live in the std namespace, so you can not access them without prefixing them with std:: unless you use the using directive to bring them into scope first.

Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'TestMvcApplication.MvcApplication'

Make sure your default namespace in the web project properties is the same as the namespace in the Global.asax.cs. I had modified the default namespace to make it a subnamespace, changing it back fixed this issue for me.

Add class to <html> with Javascript?

This should also work:

document.documentElement.className = 'myClass';

Compatibility.

Edit:

IE 10 reckons it's readonly; yet:

It worked!?

Opera works:

Works

I can also confirm it works in:

  • Chrome 26
  • Firefox 19.02
  • Safari 5.1.7

How can I emulate a get request exactly like a web browser?

i'll make an example, first decide what browser you want to emulate, in this case i chose Firefox 60.6.1esr (64-bit), and check what GET request it issues, this can be obtained with a simple netcat server (MacOS bundles netcat, most linux distributions bunles netcat, and Windows users can get netcat from.. Cygwin.org , among other places),

setting up the netcat server to listen on port 9999: nc -l 9999

now hitting http://127.0.0.1:9999 in firefox, i get:

$ nc -l 9999
GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: 127.0.0.1:9999
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0
Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Connection: keep-alive
Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1

now let us compare that with this simple script:

<?php
$ch=curl_init("http://127.0.0.1:9999");
curl_exec($ch);

i get:

$ nc -l 9999
GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: 127.0.0.1:9999
Accept: */*

there are several missing headers here, they can all be added with the CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER option of curl_setopt, but the User-Agent specifically should be set with CURLOPT_USERAGENT instead (it will be persistent across multiple calls to curl_exec() and if you use CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION then it will persist across http redirections as well), and the Accept-Encoding header should be set with CURLOPT_ENCODING instead (if they're set with CURLOPT_ENCODING then curl will automatically decompress the response if the server choose to compress it, but if you set it via CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER then you must manually detect and decompress the content yourself, which is a pain in the ass and completely unnecessary, generally speaking) so adding those we get:

<?php
$ch=curl_init("http://127.0.0.1:9999");
curl_setopt_array($ch,array(
        CURLOPT_USERAGENT=>'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0',
        CURLOPT_ENCODING=>'gzip, deflate',
        CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER=>array(
                'Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8',
                'Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5',
                'Connection: keep-alive',
                'Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1',
        ),
));
curl_exec($ch);

now running that code, our netcat server gets:

$ nc -l 9999
GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: 127.0.0.1:9999
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5
Connection: keep-alive
Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1

and voila! our php-emulated browser GET request should now be indistinguishable from the real firefox GET request :)

this next part is just nitpicking, but if you look very closely, you'll see that the headers are stacked in the wrong order, firefox put the Accept-Encoding header in line 6, and our emulated GET request puts it in line 3.. to fix this, we can manually put the Accept-Encoding header in the right line,

<?php
$ch=curl_init("http://127.0.0.1:9999");
curl_setopt_array($ch,array(
        CURLOPT_USERAGENT=>'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0',
        CURLOPT_ENCODING=>'gzip, deflate',
        CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER=>array(
                'Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8',
                'Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5',
                'Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate',
                'Connection: keep-alive',
                'Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1',
        ),
));
curl_exec($ch);

running that, our netcat server gets:

$ nc -l 9999
GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: 127.0.0.1:9999
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0
Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.5
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Connection: keep-alive
Upgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1

problem solved, now the headers is even in the correct order, and the request seems to be COMPLETELY INDISTINGUISHABLE from the real firefox request :) (i don't actually recommend this last step, it's a maintenance burden to keep CURLOPT_ENCODING in sync with the custom Accept-Encoding header, and i've never experienced a situation where the order of the headers are significant)

Python string.replace regular expression

re.sub is definitely what you are looking for. And so you know, you don't need the anchors and the wildcards.

re.sub(r"(?i)interfaceOpDataFile", "interfaceOpDataFile %s" % filein, line)

will do the same thing--matching the first substring that looks like "interfaceOpDataFile" and replacing it.

Java Does Not Equal (!=) Not Working?

== and != work on object identity. While the two Strings have the same value, they are actually two different objects.

use !"success".equals(statusCheck) instead.

How to enable CORS in AngularJs

Answered by myself.

CORS angular js + restEasy on POST

Well finally I came to this workaround: The reason it worked with IE is because IE sends directly a POST instead of first a preflight request to ask for permission. But I still don't know why the filter wasn't able to manage an OPTIONS request and sends by default headers that aren't described in the filter (seems like an override for that only case ... maybe a restEasy thing ...)

So I created an OPTIONS path in my rest service that rewrites the reponse and includes the headers in the response using response header

I'm still looking for the clean way to do it if anybody faced this before.

Adding +1 to a variable inside a function

points is not within the function's scope. You can grab a reference to the variable by using nonlocal:

points = 0
def test():
    nonlocal points
    points += 1

If points inside test() should refer to the outermost (module) scope, use global:

points = 0
def test():
    global points
    points += 1

curl_exec() always returns false

This happened to me yesterday and in my case was because I was following a PDF manual to develop some module to communicate with an API and while copying the link directly from the manual, for some odd reason, the hyphen from the copied link was in a different encoding and hence the curl_exec() was always returning false because it was unable to communicate with the server.

It took me a couple hours to finally understand the diference in the characters bellow:

https://www.e-example.com/api
https://www.e-example.com/api

Every time I tried to access the link directly from a browser it converted to something likehttps://www.xn--eexample-0m3d.com/api.

It may seem to you that they are equal but if you check the encoding of the hyphens here you'll see that the first hyphen is a unicode characters U+2010 and the other is a U+002D.

Hope this helps someone.

How to POST JSON Data With PHP cURL?

You are POSTing the json incorrectly -- but even if it were correct, you would not be able to test using print_r($_POST) (read why here). Instead, on your second page, you can nab the incoming request using file_get_contents("php://input"), which will contain the POSTed json. To view the received data in a more readable format, try this:

echo '<pre>'.print_r(json_decode(file_get_contents("php://input")),1).'</pre>';

In your code, you are indicating Content-Type:application/json, but you are not json-encoding all of the POST data -- only the value of the "customer" POST field. Instead, do something like this:

$ch = curl_init( $url );
# Setup request to send json via POST.
$payload = json_encode( array( "customer"=> $data ) );
curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $payload );
curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, array('Content-Type:application/json'));
# Return response instead of printing.
curl_setopt( $ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true );
# Send request.
$result = curl_exec($ch);
curl_close($ch);
# Print response.
echo "<pre>$result</pre>";

Sidenote: You might benefit from using a third-party library instead of interfacing with the Shopify API directly yourself.

How to add fonts to create-react-app based projects?

There are two options:

Using Imports

This is the suggested option. It ensures your fonts go through the build pipeline, get hashes during compilation so that browser caching works correctly, and that you get compilation errors if the files are missing.

As described in “Adding Images, Fonts, and Files”, you need to have a CSS file imported from JS. For example, by default src/index.js imports src/index.css:

import './index.css';

A CSS file like this goes through the build pipeline, and can reference fonts and images. For example, if you put a font in src/fonts/MyFont.woff, your index.css might include this:

@font-face {
  font-family: 'MyFont';
  src: local('MyFont'), url(./fonts/MyFont.woff) format('woff');
}

Notice how we’re using a relative path starting with ./. This is a special notation that helps the build pipeline (powered by Webpack) discover this file.

Normally this should be enough.

Using public Folder

If for some reason you prefer not to use the build pipeline, and instead do it the “classic way”, you can use the public folder and put your fonts there.

The downside of this approach is that the files don’t get hashes when you compile for production so you’ll have to update their names every time you change them, or browsers will cache the old versions.

If you want to do it this way, put the fonts somewhere into the public folder, for example, into public/fonts/MyFont.woff. If you follow this approach, you should put CSS files into public folder as well and not import them from JS because mixing these approaches is going to be very confusing. So, if you still want to do it, you’d have a file like public/index.css. You would have to manually add <link> to this stylesheet from public/index.html:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="%PUBLIC_URL%/index.css">

And inside of it, you would use the regular CSS notation:

@font-face {
  font-family: 'MyFont';
  src: local('MyFont'), url(fonts/MyFont.woff) format('woff');
}

Notice how I’m using fonts/MyFont.woff as the path. This is because index.css is in the public folder so it will be served from the public path (usually it’s the server root, but if you deploy to GitHub Pages and set your homepage field to http://myuser.github.io/myproject, it will be served from /myproject). However fonts are also in the public folder, so they will be served from fonts relatively (either http://mywebsite.com/fonts or http://myuser.github.io/myproject/fonts). Therefore we use the relative path.

Note that since we’re avoiding the build pipeline in this example, it doesn’t verify that the file actually exists. This is why I don’t recommend this approach. Another problem is that our index.css file doesn’t get minified and doesn’t get a hash. So it’s going to be slower for the end users, and you risk the browsers caching old versions of the file.

 Which Way to Use?

Go with the first method (“Using Imports”). I only described the second one since that’s what you attempted to do (judging by your comment), but it has many problems and should only be the last resort when you’re working around some issue.

Mysql: Select rows from a table that are not in another

Try this simple query. It works perfectly.

select * from Table1 where (FirstName,LastName,BirthDate) not in (select * from Table2);

Programmatically extract contents of InstallShield setup.exe

There's no supported way to do this, but won't you have to examine the files related to each installer to figure out how to actually install them after extracting them? Assuming you can spend the time to figure out which command-line applies, here are some candidate parameters that normally allow you to extract an installation.

MSI Based (may not result in a usable image for an InstallScript MSI installation):

  • setup.exe /a /s /v"/qn TARGETDIR=\"choose-a-location\""

    or, to also extract prerequisites (for versions where it works),

  • setup.exe /a"choose-another-location" /s /v"/qn TARGETDIR=\"choose-a-location\""

InstallScript based:

  • setup.exe /s /extract_all

Suite based (may not be obvious how to install the resulting files):

  • setup.exe /silent /stage_only ISRootStagePath="choose-a-location"

Ruby Hash to array of values

hash  = { :a => ["a", "b", "c"], :b => ["b", "c"] }
hash.values #=> [["a","b","c"],["b","c"]]

Java Generics With a Class & an Interface - Together

Here's how you would do it in Kotlin

fun <T> myMethod(item: T) where T : ClassA, T : InterfaceB {
    //your code here
}

Sorting an Array of int using BubbleSort

Your sort logic is wrong. This is the pseudo-code for bubble sort:

for i = 1:n,
    swapped = false
    for j = n:i+1, 
        if a[j] < a[j-1], 
            swap a[j,j-1]
            swapped = true
    ? invariant: a[1..i] in final position
    break if not swapped
end

See this sorting web site for good tutorial on all the various sorting methods.

Installing Git on Eclipse

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


Eclipse install Git plugin – Step by Step installation instruction

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

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

Step 3.) Go to Help > Install New Software

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

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

Step 6.) Review product and click Next.

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

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

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

Your Eclipse Git Plugin installation is complete.

To verify your installation.

Step 1.) Go to Help > Install New Software

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

Named tuple and default values for optional keyword arguments

Wrap it in a function.

NodeT = namedtuple('Node', 'val left right')

def Node(val, left=None, right=None):
  return NodeT(val, left, right)

Format number to always show 2 decimal places

You can try this code:

    function FormatNumber(number, numberOfDigits = 2) {
        try {
            return new Intl.NumberFormat('en-US').format(parseFloat(number).toFixed(2));
        } catch (error) {
            return 0;
        }
    }

    var test1 = FormatNumber('1000000.4444');
    alert(test1); // 1,000,000.44

    var test2 = FormatNumber(100000000000.55555555, 4);
    alert(test2); // 100,000,000,000.56

How can I use LTRIM/RTRIM to search and replace leading/trailing spaces?

To remove spaces... please use LTRIM/RTRIM

 LTRIM(String)
 RTRIM(String)

The String parameter that is passed to the functions can be a column name, a variable, a literal string or the output of a user defined function or scalar query.

SELECT LTRIM(' spaces at start')
SELECT RTRIM(FirstName) FROM Customers

Read more: http://rockingshani.blogspot.com/p/sq.html#ixzz33SrLQ4Wi

httpd-xampp.conf: How to allow access to an external IP besides localhost?

In windows all you have to do is to go to windows search Allow an app through Windows Firewall.click on Allow another app select Apache and mark public and private both . Open cmd by pressing windows button+r write cmd than in cmd write ipconfig find out your ip . than open up your browser write down your ip http://172.16..x and you will be on the xampp startup page.if you want to access your local site simply put / infront of your ip e.g http://192.168.1.x/yousite. Now you are able to access your website in private network computers .

i hope this will resolve your problem

process.env.NODE_ENV is undefined

If you faced this probem in React, you need [email protected] and higher. Also for other environment variables than NODE_ENV to work in React, they need to be prefixed with REACT_APP_.

How to get status code from webclient?

You should use

if (e.Status == WebExceptionStatus.ProtocolError)
{
   HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)ex.Response;             
   if (response.StatusCode == HttpStatusCode.NotFound)
      System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine("Not found!");
}

How to make several plots on a single page using matplotlib?

Since this question is from 4 years ago new things have been implemented and among them there is a new function plt.subplots which is very convenient:

fig, axes = plot.subplots(nrows=2, ncols=3, sharex=True, sharey=True)

where axes is a numpy.ndarray of AxesSubplot objects, making it very convenient to go through the different subplots just using array indices [i,j].

How to find if directory exists in Python

Just to provide the os.stat version (python 2):

import os, stat, errno
def CheckIsDir(directory):
  try:
    return stat.S_ISDIR(os.stat(directory).st_mode)
  except OSError, e:
    if e.errno == errno.ENOENT:
      return False
    raise

Twitter Bootstrap add active class to li

The solution is simple and there is no need for server side or ajax, you only need jQuery and Bootstrap. On every page add an id to the body tag. Use that id to find a tag that contains the page name (value of a tag).

Example:

page1.html

<body id="page1">
    <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
        <li><a href="page1.html">Page1</a></li>
        <li><a href="page2.html">Page2</a></li>
    </ul>
    <script src="script.js"></script>
</body>

page2.html

<body id="page2">
    <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
        <li><a href="page1.html">Page1</a></li>
        <li><a href="page2.html">Page2</a></li>
    </ul>
    <script src="script.js"></script>
</body>

script.js

<script>
    $(function () {
        $("#page1 a:contains('Page1')").parent().addClass('active');
        $("#page2 a:contains('Page2')").parent().addClass('active');
     });
</script>

Big thanks to Ben! YouTube

Fixing a systemd service 203/EXEC failure (no such file or directory)

I actually used the answer from How do I run a node.js app as a background service? combined with what dwrz said above. In my case, I was creating a Discord bot that needed to be able to run when I was not around.

With this service in place, I initially got the same error that the initial poster did, which brought me here. I was missing the #!/usr/bin/env node at the top of my executed node.js script.

Since then, no problems, although I intend to see what else can be extended to the service itself.

gitbash command quick reference

You should accept Mike Gossland's answer, but it can be improved a little. Try this in Git Bash:

 ls -1F /bin | grep '\*$' | grep -v '\.dll\*$' | sed 's/\*$\|\.exe//g'

Explanation:

List on 1 line, decorated with trailing * for executables, all files in bin. Keep only those with the trailing *s, but NOT ending with .dll*, then replace all ending asterisks or ".exe" with nothing.

This gives you a clean list of all the GitBash commands.

ASP.NET Core Web API exception handling

By adding your own "Exception Handling Middleware", makes it hard to reuse some good built-in logic of Exception Handler like send an "RFC 7807-compliant payload to the client" when an error happens.

What I made was to extend built-in Exception handler outside of the Startup.cs class to handle custom exceptions or override the behavior of existing ones. For example, an ArgumentException and convert into BadRequest without changing the default behavior of other exceptions:

on the Startup.cs add:

app.UseExceptionHandler("/error");

and extend ErrorController.cs with something like this:

using System;
using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Diagnostics;
using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Hosting;
using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc;
using Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting;

namespace Api.Controllers
{
    [ApiController]
    [ApiExplorerSettings(IgnoreApi = true)]
    [AllowAnonymous]
    public class ErrorController : ControllerBase
    {
        [Route("/error")]
        public IActionResult Error(
            [FromServices] IWebHostEnvironment webHostEnvironment)
        {
            var context = HttpContext.Features.Get<IExceptionHandlerFeature>();
            var exceptionType = context.Error.GetType();
            
            if (exceptionType == typeof(ArgumentException)
                || exceptionType == typeof(ArgumentNullException)
                || exceptionType == typeof(ArgumentOutOfRangeException))
            {
                if (webHostEnvironment.IsDevelopment())
                {
                    return ValidationProblem(
                        context.Error.StackTrace,
                        title: context.Error.Message);
                }

                return ValidationProblem(context.Error.Message);
            }

            if (exceptionType == typeof(NotFoundException))
            {
                return NotFound(context.Error.Message);
            }

            if (webHostEnvironment.IsDevelopment())
            {
                return Problem(
                    context.Error.StackTrace,
                    title: context.Error.Message
                    );
            }
            
            return Problem();
        }
    }
}

Note that:

  1. NotFoundException is a custom exception and all you need to do is throw new NotFoundException(null); or throw new ArgumentException("Invalid argument.");
  2. You should not serve sensitive error information to clients. Serving errors is a security risk.

Click a button with XPath containing partial id and title in Selenium IDE

Now that you have provided your HTML sample, we're able to see that your XPath is slightly wrong. While it's valid XPath, it's logically wrong.

You've got:

//*[contains(@id, 'ctl00_btnAircraftMapCell')]//*[contains(@title, 'Select Seat')]

Which translates into:

Get me all the elements that have an ID that contains ctl00_btnAircraftMapCell. Out of these elements, get any child elements that have a title that contains Select Seat.

What you actually want is:

//a[contains(@id, 'ctl00_btnAircraftMapCell') and contains(@title, 'Select Seat')]

Which translates into:

Get me all the anchor elements that have both: an id that contains ctl00_btnAircraftMapCell and a title that contains Select Seat.

How to set Toolbar text and back arrow color

<android.support.design.widget.AppBarLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:theme="@style/ThemeOverlay.AppCompat.Dark.ActionBar">

        <android.support.v7.widget.Toolbar
            android:id="@+id/toolbar"
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="?attr/actionBarSize"
            android:background="?attr/colorPrimaryDark"
            app:popupTheme="@style/ThemeOverlay.AppCompat.Light" />
</android.support.design.widget.AppBarLayout>

Getting "The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure" when SMTP server has a valid certificate

Old post but as you said "why is it not using the correct certificate" I would like to offer an way to find out which SSL certificate is used for SMTP (see here) which required openssl:

openssl s_client -connect exchange01.int.contoso.com:25 -starttls smtp

This will outline the used SSL certificate for the SMTP service. Based on what you see here you can replace the wrong certificate (like you already did) with a correct one (or trust the certificate manually).

Query an object array using linq

Add:

using System.Linq;

to the top of your file.

And then:

Car[] carList = ...
var carMake = 
    from item in carList
    where item.Model == "bmw" 
    select item.Make;

or if you prefer the fluent syntax:

var carMake = carList
    .Where(item => item.Model == "bmw")
    .Select(item => item.Make);

Things to pay attention to:

  • The usage of item.Make in the select clause instead if s.Make as in your code.
  • You have a whitespace between item and .Model in your where clause

Making div content responsive

try this css:

/* Show in default resolution screen*/
#container2 {
width: 960px;
position: relative;
margin:0 auto;
line-height: 1.4em;
}

/* If in mobile screen with maximum width 479px. The iPhone screen resolution is 320x480 px (except iPhone4, 640x960) */    
@media only screen and (max-width: 479px){
    #container2 { width: 90%; }
}

Here the demo: http://jsfiddle.net/ongisnade/CG9WN/