Programs & Examples On #Kernel module

A kernel module is a run-time loadable object file that is loaded into operating system kernel to add functionality to a running kernel. Examples include device drivers and other kernel items.

Read/write files within a Linux kernel module

You should be aware that you should avoid file I/O from within Linux kernel when possible. The main idea is to go "one level deeper" and call VFS level functions instead of the syscall handler directly:

Includes:

#include <linux/fs.h>
#include <asm/segment.h>
#include <asm/uaccess.h>
#include <linux/buffer_head.h>

Opening a file (similar to open):

struct file *file_open(const char *path, int flags, int rights) 
{
    struct file *filp = NULL;
    mm_segment_t oldfs;
    int err = 0;

    oldfs = get_fs();
    set_fs(get_ds());
    filp = filp_open(path, flags, rights);
    set_fs(oldfs);
    if (IS_ERR(filp)) {
        err = PTR_ERR(filp);
        return NULL;
    }
    return filp;
}

Close a file (similar to close):

void file_close(struct file *file) 
{
    filp_close(file, NULL);
}

Reading data from a file (similar to pread):

int file_read(struct file *file, unsigned long long offset, unsigned char *data, unsigned int size) 
{
    mm_segment_t oldfs;
    int ret;

    oldfs = get_fs();
    set_fs(get_ds());

    ret = vfs_read(file, data, size, &offset);

    set_fs(oldfs);
    return ret;
}   

Writing data to a file (similar to pwrite):

int file_write(struct file *file, unsigned long long offset, unsigned char *data, unsigned int size) 
{
    mm_segment_t oldfs;
    int ret;

    oldfs = get_fs();
    set_fs(get_ds());

    ret = vfs_write(file, data, size, &offset);

    set_fs(oldfs);
    return ret;
}

Syncing changes a file (similar to fsync):

int file_sync(struct file *file) 
{
    vfs_fsync(file, 0);
    return 0;
}

[Edit] Originally, I proposed using file_fsync, which is gone in newer kernel versions. Thanks to the poor guy suggesting the change, but whose change was rejected. The edit was rejected before I could review it.

How do I configure modprobe to find my module?

Follow following steps:

  1. Copy hello.ko to /lib/modules/'uname-r'/misc/
  2. Add misc/hello.ko entry in /lib/modules/'uname-r'/modules.dep
  3. sudo depmod
  4. sudo modprobe hello

modprobe will check modules.dep file for any dependency.

What is the default root pasword for MySQL 5.7

After a lot of try, I could reset the default password with the following commands (Ubuntu and derivatives):

sudo -i
mkdir -p /var/run/mysqld
chown mysql:mysql /var/run/mysqld
/etc/init.d/mysql stop
mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables &
mysql -uroot
use mysql;
update user set authentication_string=password('YOURPASSWORD') where user='root';
update user set plugin="mysql_native_password" where User='root';  
flush privileges;
quit;
sudo /etc/init.d/mysql stop
sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start

Sometimes, even after typed in the terminal

mkdir -p /var/run/mysqld
chown mysql:mysql /var/run/mysqld
/etc/init.d/mysql stop
mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables &

I got the error that the mysqld don't exists. So, quit, and type the same commands again.

And the final command

sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start

Sometimes doesn't work. Only after restart the computer.

CSS last-child(-1)

You can use :nth-last-child(); in fact, besides :nth-last-of-type() I don't know what else you could use. I'm not sure what you mean by "dynamic", but if you mean whether the style applies to the new second last child when more children are added to the list, yes it will. Interactive fiddle.

ul li:nth-last-child(2)

Using Notepad++ to validate XML against an XSD

  1. In Notepad++ go to Plugins > Plugin manager > Show Plugin Manager then find Xml Tools plugin. Tick the box and click Install

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  2. Open XML document you want to validate and click Ctrl+Shift+Alt+M (Or use Menu if this is your preference Plugins > XML Tools > Validate Now).
    Following dialog will open: enter image description here

  3. Click on .... Point to XSD file and I am pretty sure you'll be able to handle things from here.

Hope this saves you some time.

EDIT: Plugin manager was not included in some versions of Notepad++ because many users didn't like commercials that it used to show. If you want to keep an older version, however still want plugin manager, you can get it on github, and install it by extracting the archive and copying contents to plugins and updates folder.
In version 7.7.1 plugin manager is back under a different guise... Plugin Admin so now you can simply update notepad++ and have it back.

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Wait until a process ends

I had a case where Process.HasExited didn't change after closing the window belonging to the process. So Process.WaitForExit() also didn't work. I had to monitor Process.Responding that went to false after closing the window like that:

while (!_process.HasExited && _process.Responding) {
  Thread.Sleep(100);
}
...

Perhaps this helps someone.

what is the difference between json and xml

The difference between XML and JSON is that XML is a meta-language/markup language and JSON is a lightweight data-interchange. That is, XML syntax is designed specifically to have no inherent semantics. Particular element names don't mean anything until a particular processing application processes them in a particular way. By contrast, JSON syntax has specific semantics built in stuff between {} is an object, stuff between [] is an array, etc.

A JSON parser, therefore, knows exactly what every JSON document means. An XML parser only knows how to separate markup from data. To deal with the meaning of an XML document, you have to write additional code.

To illustrate the point, let me borrow Guffa's example:

{   "persons": [
  {
    "name": "Ford Prefect",
    "gender": "male"
 },
 {
   "name": "Arthur Dent",
   "gender": "male"
  },
  {
    "name": "Tricia McMillan",
    "gender": "female"
  }   ] }

The XML equivalent he gives is not really the same thing since while the JSON example is semantically complete, the XML would require to be interpreted in a particular way to have the same effect. In effect, the JSON is an example uses an established markup language of which the semantics are already known, whereas the XML example creates a brand new markup language without any predefined semantics.

A better XML equivalent would be to define a (fictitious) XJSON language with the same semantics as JSON, but using XML syntax. It might look something like this:

<xjson>   
  <object>
    <name>persons</name>
    <value>
      <array>
         <object>
            <value>Ford Prefect</value>
            <gender>male</gender>
         </object>
         <object>
            <value>Arthur Dent</value>
            <gender>male</gender>
         </object>
         <object>
            <value>Tricia McMillan</value>
            <gender>female</gender>
         </object>
      </array>
    </value>   
  </object> 
 </xjson>

Once you wrote an XJSON processor, it could do exactly what JSON processor does, for all the types of data that JSON can represent, and you could translate data losslessly between JSON and XJSON.

So, to complain that XML does not have the same semantics as JSON is to miss the point. XML syntax is semantics-free by design. The point is to provide an underlying syntax that can be used to create markup languages with any semantics you want. This makes XML great for making up ad-hoc data and document formats, because you don't have to build parsers for them, you just have to write a processor for them.

But the downside of XML is that the syntax is verbose. For any given markup language you want to create, you can come up with a much more succinct syntax that expresses the particular semantics of your particular language. Thus JSON syntax is much more compact than my hypothetical XJSON above.

If follows that for really widely used data formats, the extra time required to create a unique syntax and write a parser for that syntax is offset by the greater succinctness and more intuitive syntax of the custom markup language. It also follows that it often makes more sense to use JSON, with its established semantics, than to make up lots of XML markup languages for which you then need to implement semantics.

It also follows that it makes sense to prototype certain types of languages and protocols in XML, but, once the language or protocol comes into common use, to think about creating a more compact and expressive custom syntax.

It is interesting, as a side note, that SGML recognized this and provided a mechanism for specifying reduced markup for an SGML document. Thus you could actually write an SGML DTD for JSON syntax that would allow a JSON document to be read by an SGML parser. XML removed this capability, which means that, today, if you want a more compact syntax for a specific markup language, you have to leave XML behind, as JSON does.

SOAP request to WebService with java

I have come across other similar question here. Both of above answers are perfect, but here trying to add additional information for someone looking for SOAP1.1, and not SOAP1.2.

Just change one line code provided by @acdcjunior, use SOAPMessageFactory1_1Impl implementation, it will change namespace to xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/", which is SOAP1.1 implementation.

Change callSoapWebService method first line to following.

SOAPMessage soapMessage = SOAPMessageFactory1_1Impl.newInstance().createMessage();

I hope it will be helpful to others.

How do I write a custom init for a UIView subclass in Swift?

Swift 5 Solution

You can try out this implementation for running Swift 5 on XCode 11


class CustomView: UIView {

    var customParam: customType
    
    var container = UIView()
    
    required init(customParamArg: customType) {
        self.customParam = customParamArg
        super.init(frame: .zero)
        // Setting up the view can be done here
        setupView()
    }

    required init?(coder: NSCoder) {
        fatalError("init(coder:) has not been implemented")
    }
    

    func setupView() {
        // Can do the setup of the view, including adding subviews

        setupConstraints()
    }
    
    func setupConstraints() {
        // setup custom constraints as you wish
    }
    
    
}


How to get C# Enum description from value?

Update

The Unconstrained Melody library is no longer maintained; Support was dropped in favour of Enums.NET.

In Enums.NET you'd use:

string description = ((MyEnum)value).AsString(EnumFormat.Description);

Original post

I implemented this in a generic, type-safe way in Unconstrained Melody - you'd use:

string description = Enums.GetDescription((MyEnum)value);

This:

  • Ensures (with generic type constraints) that the value really is an enum value
  • Avoids the boxing in your current solution
  • Caches all the descriptions to avoid using reflection on every call
  • Has a bunch of other methods, including the ability to parse the value from the description

I realise the core answer was just the cast from an int to MyEnum, but if you're doing a lot of enum work it's worth thinking about using Unconstrained Melody :)

Where can I find jenkins restful api reference?

Additional Solution: use Restul api wrapper libraries written in Java / python / Ruby - An object oriented wrappers which aim to provide a more conventionally way of controlling a Jenkins server.

For documentation and links: Remote Access API

How to automatically allow blocked content in IE?

That's something I'm not sure that you can change through the HTML of the webpage itself, it's a client-side setting to tell their browser if they want security to be high. Most other browsers will not do this but from what I'm aware of this is not possible to stop unless the user disables the feature.

Does it still do what you want it to do after you click on 'Allow'? If so then it shouldn't be too much of a problem

Pass table as parameter into sql server UDF

The following will enable you to quickly remove the duplicate,null values and return only the valid one as list.

CREATE TABLE DuplicateTable (Col1 INT)
INSERT INTO DuplicateTable
SELECT 8
UNION ALL
SELECT 1--duplicate
UNION ALL
SELECT 2 --duplicate
UNION ALL
SELECT 1
UNION ALL
SELECT 3
UNION ALL
SELECT 4
UNION ALL
SELECT 5
UNION 
SELECT NULL
GO

WITH CTE (COl1,DuplicateCount)
AS
(
SELECT COl1,
ROW_NUMBER() OVER(PARTITION BY COl1 ORDER BY Col1) AS DuplicateCount
FROM DuplicateTable
WHERE (col1 IS NOT NULL) 
)
SELECT COl1
FROM CTE
WHERE DuplicateCount =1
GO

CTE are valid in SQL 2005 , you could then store the values in a temp table and use it with your function.

Show diff between commits

To see the difference between two different commits (let's call them a and b), use

git diff a..b
  • Note that the difference between a and b is opposite from b and a.

To see the difference between your last commit and not yet committed changes, use

git diff

If you want to be able to come back to the difference later, you can save it in a file.

git diff a..b > ../project.diff

Excel add one hour

In cell A1, enter the time.
In cell B2, enter =A1+1/24

Stop setInterval call in JavaScript

Why not use a simpler approach? Add a class!

Simply add a class that tells the interval not to do anything. For example: on hover.

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var i = 0;_x000D_
this.setInterval(function() {_x000D_
  if(!$('#counter').hasClass('pauseInterval')) { //only run if it hasn't got this class 'pauseInterval'_x000D_
    console.log('Counting...');_x000D_
    $('#counter').html(i++); //just for explaining and showing_x000D_
  } else {_x000D_
    console.log('Stopped counting');_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}, 500);_x000D_
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/* In this example, I'm adding a class on mouseover and remove it again on mouseleave. You can of course do pretty much whatever you like */_x000D_
$('#counter').hover(function() { //mouse enter_x000D_
    $(this).addClass('pauseInterval');_x000D_
  },function() { //mouse leave_x000D_
    $(this).removeClass('pauseInterval');_x000D_
  }_x000D_
);_x000D_
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/* Other example */_x000D_
$('#pauseInterval').click(function() {_x000D_
  $('#counter').toggleClass('pauseInterval');_x000D_
});
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body {_x000D_
  background-color: #eee;_x000D_
  font-family: Calibri, Arial, sans-serif;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#counter {_x000D_
  width: 50%;_x000D_
  background: #ddd;_x000D_
  border: 2px solid #009afd;_x000D_
  border-radius: 5px;_x000D_
  padding: 5px;_x000D_
  text-align: center;_x000D_
  transition: .3s;_x000D_
  margin: 0 auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
#counter.pauseInterval {_x000D_
  border-color: red;  _x000D_
}
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<!-- you'll need jQuery for this. If you really want a vanilla version, ask -->_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
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<p id="counter">&nbsp;</p>_x000D_
<button id="pauseInterval">Pause</button></p>
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I've been looking for this fast and easy approach for ages, so I'm posting several versions to introduce as many people to it as possible.

Meaning of @classmethod and @staticmethod for beginner?

Class method can modify the class state,it bound to the class and it contain cls as parameter.

Static method can not modify the class state,it bound to the class and it does't know class or instance

class empDetails:
    def __init__(self,name,sal):
        self.name=name
        self.sal=sal
    @classmethod
    def increment(cls,name,none):
        return cls('yarramsetti',6000 + 500)
    @staticmethod
    def salChecking(sal):
        return sal > 6000

emp1=empDetails('durga prasad',6000)
emp2=empDetails.increment('yarramsetti',100)
# output is 'durga prasad'
print emp1.name
# output put is 6000
print emp1.sal
# output is 6500,because it change the sal variable
print emp2.sal
# output is 'yarramsetti' it change the state of name variable
print emp2.name
# output is True, because ,it change the state of sal variable
print empDetails.salChecking(6500)

Simple Deadlock Examples

Deadlock can occur in a situation when a Girl1 is wanting to flirt with Guy2, who is caught by another Girl2, and Girl2 is wanting to flirt with a Guy1 that is caught by Girl1. Since, both girls are waiting for dumping each other, the condition is called deadlock.

class OuchTheGirls
{
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        final String resource1 = "Guy1";
        final String resource2 = "Guy2";

        // Girl1 tries to lock resource1 then resource2
        Thread Girl1 = new Thread(() ->
                                  {
                                      synchronized (resource1)
                                      {
                                          System.out.println("Thread 1: locked Guy1");

                                          try { Thread.sleep(100);} catch (Exception e) {}

                                          synchronized (resource2)
                                          {
                                              System.out.println("Thread 1: locked Guy2");
                                          }
                                      }
                                  });

        // Girl2 tries to lock Guy2 then Guy1
        Thread Girl2 = new Thread(() ->
                                  {
                                      synchronized (resource2)
                                      {
                                          System.out.println("Thread 2: locked Guy2");

                                          try { Thread.sleep(100);} catch (Exception e) {}

                                          synchronized (resource1)
                                          {
                                              System.out.println("Thread 2: locked Guy1");
                                          }
                                      }
                                  });


        Girl1.start();
        Girl2.start();
    }
}

What techniques can be used to define a class in JavaScript, and what are their trade-offs?

var Student = (function () {
    function Student(firstname, lastname) {
        this.firstname = firstname;
        this.lastname = lastname;
        this.fullname = firstname + " " + lastname;
    }

    Student.prototype.sayMyName = function () {
        return this.fullname;
    };

    return Student;
}());

var user = new Student("Jane", "User");
var user_fullname = user.sayMyName();

Thats the way TypeScript compiles class with constructor to JavaScript.

How to find the users list in oracle 11g db?

select * from all_users

This will work for sure

How to set textColor of UILabel in Swift

Made an app with two labels in IB and the following:

@IBOutlet var label1: UILabel!
@IBOutlet var label2: UILabel!

override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()
    label1.textColor = UIColor.redColor() // in Swift 3 it's UIColor.red
    label2.textColor = label1.textColor
}

label2 color changed as expected, so your line works. Try println(otherLabel.textColor) right before you set myLabel.textColor to see if the color's what you expect.

Angular 2 / 4 / 5 - Set base href dynamically

In package.json set flag --base-href to relative path:

"script": {
    "build": "ng build --base-href ./"
}

Warning: date_format() expects parameter 1 to be DateTime

You need to pass DateTime object to this func. See manual: php

string date_format ( DateTime $object , string $format )

You can try using:

date_format (new DateTime($time), 'd-m-Y');

Or you can also use:

$date = date_create('2000-01-01');
echo date_format($date, 'Y-m-d H:i:s');

MySQL the right syntax to use near '' at line 1 error

INSERT INTO wp_bp_activity
            (
            user_id,
             component,
             `type`,
             `action`,
             content,
             primary_link,
             item_id,
             secondary_item_id,
             date_recorded,
             hide_sitewide,
             mptt_left,
             mptt_right
             )
             VALUES(
             1,'activity','activity_update','<a title="admin" href="http://brandnewmusicreleases.com/social-network/members/admin/">admin</a> posted an update','<a title="242925_1" href="http://brandnewmusicreleases.com/social-network/wp-content/uploads/242925_1.jpg" class="buddyboss-pics-picture-link">242925_1</a>','http://brandnewmusicreleases.com/social-network/members/admin/',' ',' ','2012-06-22 12:39:07',0,0,0
             )

Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 is required (Unable to find vcvarsall.bat)

I had the same issue while installing mysqlclient for the Django project.

In my case, it's the system architecture mismatch causing the issue. I have Windows 7 64bit version on my system. But, I had installed Python 3.7.2 32 bit version by mistake.

So, I re-installed Python interpreter (64bit) and ran the command

pip install mysqlclient

I hope this would work with other Python packages as well.

How to check if a particular service is running on Ubuntu

Maybe what you want is the ps command;

ps -ef

will show you all processes running. Then if you have an idea of what you're looking for use grep to filter;

ps -ef | grep postgres

Vue 2 - Mutating props vue-warn

Adding to the best answer,

Vue.component('task', {
    template: '#task-template',
    props: ['list'],
    data: function () {
        return {
            mutableList: JSON.parse(this.list);
        }
    }
});

Setting props by an array is meant for dev/prototyping, in production make sure to set prop types(https://vuejs.org/v2/guide/components-props.html) and set a default value in case the prop has not been populated by the parent, as so.

Vue.component('task', {
    template: '#task-template',
    props: {
      list: {
        type: String,
        default() {
          return '{}'
        }
      }
    },
    data: function () {
        return {
            mutableList: JSON.parse(this.list);
        }
    }
});

This way you atleast get an empty object in mutableList instead of a JSON.parse error if it is undefined.

Inner join with count() on three tables

As Frank pointed out, you need to use DISTINCT. Also, since you are using composite primary keys (which is perfectly fine, BTW) you need to make sure that you use the whole key in your joins:

SELECT
    P.pe_name,
    COUNT(DISTINCT O.ord_id) AS num_orders,
    COUNT(I.item_id) AS num_items
FROM
    People P
INNER JOIN Orders O ON
    O.pe_id = P.pe_id
INNER JOIN Items I ON
    I.ord_id = O.ord_id AND
    I.pe_id = O.pe_id
GROUP BY
    P.pe_name

Without I.ord_id = O.ord_id it was joining each item row to every order row for a person.

Static vs class functions/variables in Swift classes?

static and class both associate a method with a class, rather than an instance of a class. The difference is that subclasses can override class methods; they cannot override static methods.

class properties will theoretically function in the same way (subclasses can override them), but they're not possible in Swift yet.

How do I programmatically "restart" an Android app?

Here is an example to restart your app in a generic way by using the PackageManager:

Intent i = getBaseContext().getPackageManager()
             .getLaunchIntentForPackage( getBaseContext().getPackageName() );
i.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP);
startActivity(i);

How to force the browser to reload cached CSS and JavaScript files

Instead of changing the version manually, I would recommend you use an MD5 hash of the actual CSS file.

So your URL would be something like

http://mysite.com/css/[md5_hash_here]/style.css

You could still use the rewrite rule to strip out the hash, but the advantage is that now you can set your cache policy to "cache forever", since if the URL is the same, that means that the file is unchanged.

You can then write a simple shell script that would compute the hash of the file and update your tag (you'd probably want to move it to a separate file for inclusion).

Simply run that script every time CSS changes and you're good. The browser will ONLY reload your files when they are altered. If you make an edit and then undo it, there's no pain in figuring out which version you need to return to in order for your visitors not to re-download.

What does file:///android_asset/www/index.html mean?

file:/// is a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) that simply distinguishes from the standard URI that we all know of too well - http://.

It does imply an absolute path name pointing to the root directory in any environment, but in the context of Android, it's a convention to tell the Android run-time to say "Here, the directory www has a file called index.html located in the assets folder in the root of the project".

That is how assets are loaded at runtime, for example, a WebView widget would know exactly where to load the embedded resource file by specifying the file:/// URI.

Consider the code example:

WebView webViewer = (WebView) findViewById(R.id.webViewer);
webView.loadUrl("file:///android_asset/www/index.html");

A very easy mistake to make here is this, some would infer it to as file:///android_assets, notice the plural of assets in the URI and wonder why the embedded resource is not working!

MySQL WHERE: how to write "!=" or "not equals"?

The != operator most certainly does exist! It is an alias for the standard <> operator.

Perhaps your fields are not actually empty strings, but instead NULL?

To compare to NULL you can use IS NULL or IS NOT NULL or the null safe equals operator <=>.

Can I delete data from the iOS DeviceSupport directory?

More Suggestive answer supporting rmaddy's answer as our primary purpose is to delete unnecessary file and folder:

  1. Delete this folder after every few days interval. Most of the time, it occupy huge space!

      ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData
    
  2. All your targets are kept in the archived form in Archives folder. Before you decide to delete contents of this folder, here is a warning - if you want to be able to debug deployed versions of your App, you shouldn’t delete the archives. Xcode will manage of archives and creates new file when new build is archived.

      ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/Archives
    
  3. iOS Device Support folder creates a subfolder with the device version as an identifier when you attach the device. Most of the time it’s just old stuff. Keep the latest version and rest of them can be deleted (if you don’t have an app that runs on 5.1.1, there’s no reason to keep the 5.1.1 directory/directories). If you really don't need these, delete. But we should keep a few although we test app from device mostly.

    ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/iOS DeviceSupport
    
  4. Core Simulator folder is familiar for many Xcode users. It’s simulator’s territory; that's where it stores app data. It’s obvious that you can toss the older version simulator folder/folders if you no longer support your apps for those versions. As it is user data, no big issue if you delete it completely but it’s safer to use ‘Reset Content and Settings’ option from the menu to delete all of your app data in a Simulator.

      ~/Library/Developer/CoreSimulator 
    

(Here's a handy shell command for step 5: xcrun simctl delete unavailable )

  1. Caches are always safe to delete since they will be recreated as necessary. This isn’t a directory; it’s a file of kind Xcode Project. Delete away!

    ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.dt.Xcode
    
  2. Additionally, Apple iOS device automatically syncs specific files and settings to your Mac every time they are connected to your Mac machine. To be on safe side, it’s wise to use Devices pane of iTunes preferences to delete older backups; you should be retaining your most recent back-ups off course.

     ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup
    

Source: https://ajithrnayak.com/post/95441624221/xcode-users-can-free-up-space-on-your-mac

I got back about 40GB!

Node.js EACCES error when listening on most ports

OMG!! In my case I was doing ....listen(ip, port) instead of ...listen(port, ip) and that was throwing up the error msg: Error: listen EACCES localhost

I was using port numbers >= 3000 and even tried with admin access. Nothing worked out. Then with a closer relook, I noticed the issue. Changed it to ...listen(port, ip) and everything started working fine!!

Just calling this out in case if its useful to someone else...

How do I get a UTC Timestamp in JavaScript?

You could also do it utilizing getTimezoneOffset and getTime,

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var UTCseconds = (x.getTime() + x.getTimezoneOffset()*60*1000)/1000;_x000D_
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console.log("UTCseconds", UTCseconds)
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how to configure lombok in eclipse luna

Disclosure: I am one of the lombok developers. I might be biased :-)

I strongly suggest installing Lombok via executing the lombok jar: java -jar lombok.jar The spaces in the path might be a problem.

Also, you'll need to use lombok version 1.14.8 (or higher) to have Luna support.

Please check in the About Eclipse screen if lombok is installed correctly.

See also Cannot make Project Lombok work on Eclipse (Helios)

Trying to read cell 1,1 in spreadsheet using Google Script API

You have to first obtain the Range object. Also, getCell() will not return the value of the cell but instead will return a Range object of the cell. So, use something on the lines of

function email() {

// Opens SS by its ID

var ss = SpreadsheetApp.openById("0AgJjDgtUl5KddE5rR01NSFcxYTRnUHBCQ0stTXNMenc");

// Get the name of this SS

var name = ss.getName();  // Not necessary 

// Read cell 1,1 * Line below does't work *

// var data = Range.getCell(0, 0);
var sheet = ss.getSheetByName('Sheet1'); // or whatever is the name of the sheet 
var range = sheet.getRange(1,1); 
var data = range.getValue();

}

The hierarchy is Spreadsheet --> Sheet --> Range --> Cell.

"An access token is required to request this resource" while accessing an album / photo with Facebook php sdk

There are 3 things you need.

  1. You need to oAuth with the owner of those photos. (with the 'user_photos' extended permission)

  2. You need the access token (which you get returned in the URL box after the oAuth is done.)

  3. When those are complete you can then access the photos like so https://graph.facebook.com/me?access_token=ACCESS_TOKEN

You can find all of the information in more detail here: http://developers.facebook.com/docs/authentication

How do I get the different parts of a Flask request's url?

you should try:

request.url 

It suppose to work always, even on localhost (just did it).

how to query LIST using linq

Since you haven't given any indication to what you want, here is a link to 101 LINQ samples that use all the different LINQ methods: 101 LINQ Samples

Also, you should really really really change your List into a strongly typed list (List<T>), properly define T, and add instances of T to your list. It will really make the queries much easier since you won't have to cast everything all the time.

substring index range

Yes, the index starts at zero (0). The two arguments are startIndex and endIndex, where per the documentation:

The substring begins at the specified beginIndex and extends to the character at index endIndex - 1.

See here for more information.

How to write oracle insert script with one field as CLOB?

Keep in mind that SQL strings can not be larger than 4000 bytes, while Pl/SQL can have strings as large as 32767 bytes. see below for an example of inserting a large string via an anonymous block which I believe will do everything you need it to do.

note I changed the varchar2(32000) to CLOB

set serveroutput ON 
CREATE TABLE testclob 
  ( 
     id NUMBER, 
     c  CLOB, 
     d  VARCHAR2(4000) 
  ); 

DECLARE 
    reallybigtextstring CLOB := '123'; 
    i                   INT; 
BEGIN 
    WHILE Length(reallybigtextstring) <= 60000 LOOP 
        reallybigtextstring := reallybigtextstring 
                               || '000000000000000000000000000000000'; 
    END LOOP; 

    INSERT INTO testclob 
                (id, 
                 c, 
                 d) 
    VALUES     (0, 
                reallybigtextstring, 
                'done'); 

    dbms_output.Put_line('I have finished inputting your clob: ' 
                         || Length(reallybigtextstring)); 
END; 

/ 
SELECT * 
FROM   testclob; 


 "I have finished inputting your clob: 60030"

Methods vs Constructors in Java

The important difference between constructors and methods is that constructors initialize objects that are being created with the new operator, while methods perform operations on objects that already exist.

Constructors can't be called directly; they are called implicitly when the new keyword creates an object. Methods can be called directly on an object that has already been created with new.

The definitions of constructors and methods look similar in code. They can take parameters, they can have modifiers (e.g. public), and they have method bodies in braces.

Constructors must be named with the same name as the class name. They can't return anything, even void (the object itself is the implicit return).

Methods must be declared to return something, although it can be void.

Getting Checkbox Value in ASP.NET MVC 4

For multiple checkbox with same name... Code to remove unnecessary false :

List<string> d_taxe1 = new List<string>(Request.Form.GetValues("taxe1"));
d_taxe1 = form_checkbox.RemoveExtraFalseFromCheckbox(d_taxe1);

Function

public class form_checkbox
{

    public static List<string> RemoveExtraFalseFromCheckbox(List<string> val)
    {
        List<string> d_taxe1_list = new List<string>(val);

        int y = 0;

        foreach (string cbox in val)
        {

            if (val[y] == "false")
            {
                if (y > 0)
                {
                    if (val[y - 1] == "true")
                    {
                        d_taxe1_list[y] = "remove";
                    }
                }

            }

            y++;
        }

        val = new List<string>(d_taxe1_list);

        foreach (var del in d_taxe1_list)
            if (del == "remove") val.Remove(del);

        return val;

    }      



}

Use it :

int x = 0;
foreach (var detail in d_prix){
factured.taxe1 = (d_taxe1[x] == "true") ? true : false;
x++;
}

Spark DataFrame TimestampType - how to get Year, Month, Day values from field?

Actually, we really do not need to import any python library. We can separate the year, month, date using simple SQL. See the below example,

+----------+
|       _c0|
+----------+
|1872-11-30|
|1873-03-08|
|1874-03-07|
|1875-03-06|
|1876-03-04|
|1876-03-25|
|1877-03-03|
|1877-03-05|
|1878-03-02|
|1878-03-23|
|1879-01-18|

I have a date column in my data frame which contains the date, month and year and assume I want to extract only the year from the column.

df.createOrReplaceTempView("res")
sqlDF = spark.sql("SELECT EXTRACT(year from `_c0`) FROM res ")

Here I'm creating a temporary view and store the year values using this single line and the output will be,

+-----------------------+
|year(CAST(_c0 AS DATE))|
+-----------------------+
|                   1872|
|                   1873|
|                   1874|
|                   1875|
|                   1876|
|                   1876|
|                   1877|
|                   1877|
|                   1878|
|                   1878|
|                   1879|
|                   1879|
|                   1879|

To show error message without alert box in Java Script

you can try it like this

 <html>
          <head>
          <script type="text/javascript">
          function validate() 
          {
            var fnameval=document.getElementById("fname").value;
            var fnamelen=Number(fnameval.length);
               if(fnamelen==0)
               {
                  document.getElementById("fname_msg").innerHTML="this is invalid name ";
                }
            }
          </script>
          </head>
          <body>
          <form name="myform">
          First_Name
          <input type=text id=fname name=fname onblur="validate()"> </input>
           <span id=fname_msg></span>
          <br> <br>
          Last_Name
          <input type=text id=lname name=lname onblur="validate()"> </input>

          <br>
          <input type=button value=check> 

          </form>
          </body>
        </html>

C++ Redefinition Header Files (winsock2.h)

By using "header guards":

#ifndef MYCLASS_H
#define MYCLASS_H

// This is unnecessary, see comments.
//#pragma once

// MyClass.h

#include <winsock2.h>

class MyClass
{

// methods
public:
    MyClass(unsigned short port);
    virtual ~MyClass(void);
};

#endif

$.widget is not a function

Maybe placing the jquery.ui.widget.js as second after jquery.ui.core.js.

how to configure apache server to talk to HTTPS backend server?

In my case, my server was configured to work only in https mode, and error occured when I try to access http mode. So changing http://my-service to https://my-service helped.

Default nginx client_max_body_size

You can increase body size in nginx configuration file as

sudo nano /etc/nginx/nginx.conf

client_max_body_size 100M;

Restart nginx to apply the changes.

sudo service nginx restart

Looping through the content of a file in Bash

This is coming rather very late, but with the thought that it may help someone, i am adding the answer. Also this may not be the best way. head command can be used with -n argument to read n lines from start of file and likewise tail command can be used to read from bottom. Now, to fetch nth line from file, we head n lines, pipe the data to tail only 1 line from the piped data.

   TOTAL_LINES=`wc -l $USER_FILE | cut -d " " -f1 `
   echo $TOTAL_LINES       # To validate total lines in the file

   for (( i=1 ; i <= $TOTAL_LINES; i++ ))
   do
      LINE=`head -n$i $USER_FILE | tail -n1`
      echo $LINE
   done

Convert command line arguments into an array in Bash

Actually your command line arguments are practically like an array already. At least, you can treat the $@ variable much like an array. That said, you can convert it into an actual array like this:

myArray=( "$@" )

If you just want to type some arguments and feed them into the $@ value, use set:

$ set -- apple banana "kiwi fruit"
$ echo "$#"
3
$ echo "$@"
apple banana kiwi fruit

Understanding how to use the argument structure is particularly useful in POSIX sh, which has nothing else like an array.

How to push local changes to a remote git repository on bitbucket

Meaning the 2nd parameter('master') of the "git push" command -

$ git push origin master

can be made clear by initiating "push" command from 'news-item' branch. It caused local "master" branch to be pushed to the remote 'master' branch. For more information refer

https://git-scm.com/docs/git-push

where <refspec> in

[<repository> [<refspec>…?]

is written to mean "specify what destination ref to update with what source object."

For your reference, here is a screen capture how I verified this statement.

<code>enter image description here</code>

A more useful statusline in vim?

Some times less is more, do you really need to know the percentage through the file you are when coding? What about the type of file?

set statusline=%F%m%r%h%w\ 
set statusline+=%{fugitive#statusline()}\    
set statusline+=[%{strlen(&fenc)?&fenc:&enc}]
set statusline+=\ [line\ %l\/%L]          
set statusline+=%{rvm#statusline()}       

statusline

statusline

I also prefer minimal color as not to distract from the code.

Taken from: https://github.com/krisleech/vimfiles

Note: rvm#statusline is Ruby specific and fugitive#statusline is git specific.

Commenting out a set of lines in a shell script

Text editors have an amazing feature called search and replace. You don't say what editor you use, but since shell scripts tend to be *nix, and I use VI, here's the command to comment lines 20 to 50 of some shell script:

:20,50s/^/#/

Meaning of "referencing" and "dereferencing" in C

Reference of the de-referenced pointer is also same as the address of the pointed variable.

Explanation :-

int var = 3; int *p;

p = &var;

so, let's think address of var is : ABCDE

then,

p = ABCDE and &*p = ABCDE;

that means put &* together ,neutral the referencing and de-referencing.


also when declaring a function ,

the function's arguments should be the pointers,

and in the arguments of the this function when calling it in main method are should been with & operator.

it's bit confusing. But remember that int *p = &var; is also correct as the above pointer declaration.

How does the keyword "use" work in PHP and can I import classes with it?

Namespace is use to define the path to a specific file containing a class e.g.

namespace album/className; 

class className{
//enter class properties and methods here
}

You can then include this specific class into another php file by using the keyword "use" like this:

use album/className;

class album extends classname {
//enter class properties and methods
}

NOTE: Do not use the path to the file containing the class to be implements, extends of use to instantiate an object but only use the namespace.

Better way to find index of item in ArrayList?

ArrayList<String> alphabetList = new ArrayList<String>();
alphabetList.add("A"); // 0 index
alphabetList.add("B"); // 1 index
alphabetList.add("C"); // 2 index
alphabetList.add("D"); // 3 index
alphabetList.add("E"); // 4 index
alphabetList.add("F"); // 5 index
alphabetList.add("G"); // 6 index
alphabetList.add("H"); // 7 index
alphabetList.add("I"); // 8 index

int position = -1;
position = alphabetList.indexOf("H");
if (position == -1) {
    Log.e(TAG, "Object not found in List");
} else {
    Log.i(TAG, "" + position);
}

Output: List Index : 7

If you pass H it will return 7, if you pass J it will return -1 as we defined default value to -1.

Done

How do I convert between ISO-8859-1 and UTF-8 in Java?

The easiest way to convert an ISO-8859-1 string to UTF-8 string.

private static String convertIsoToUTF8(String example) throws UnsupportedEncodingException {
    return new String(example.getBytes("ISO-8859-1"), "utf-8");
}

If we want to convert an UTF-8 string to ISO-8859-1 string.

private static String convertUTF8ToISO(String example) throws UnsupportedEncodingException {
    return new String(example.getBytes("utf-8"), "ISO-8859-1");
}

Moreover, a method that converts an ISO-8859-1 string to UTF-8 string without using the constructor of class String.

public static String convertISO_to_UTF8_personal(String strISO_8859_1) {
    String res = "";
    int i = 0;
    for (i = 0; i < strISO_8859_1.length() - 1; i++) {
        char ch = strISO_8859_1.charAt(i);
        char chNext = strISO_8859_1.charAt(i + 1);
        if (ch <= 127) {
            res += ch;
        } else if (ch == 194 && chNext >= 128 && chNext <= 191) {
            res += chNext;
        } else if(ch == 195 && chNext >= 128 && chNext <= 191){
            int resNum = chNext + 64;
            res += (char) resNum;
        } else if(ch == 194){
            res += (char) 173;
        } else if(ch == 195){
            res += (char) 224;
        }
    }
    char ch = strISO_8859_1.charAt(i);
    if (ch <= 127 ){
        res += ch;
    }
    return res;
}

}

That method is based on enconding utf-8 to iso-8859-1 of this website. Encoding utf-8 to iso-8859-1

Project vs Repository in GitHub

In general, on GitHub, 1 repository = 1 project. For example: https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-boot . But it isn't a hard rule.

1 repository = many projects. For example: https://github.com/donhuvy/java_examples

1 projects = many repositories. For example: https://github.com/zendframework/zendframework (1 project named Zend Framework 3 has 61 + 1 = 62 repositories, don't believe? let count Zend Frameworks' modules + main repository)

I totally agree with @Brandon Ibbotson's comment:

A GitHub repository is just a "directory" where folders and files can exist.

CASE statement in SQLite query

Also, you do not have to use nested CASEs. You can use several WHEN-THEN lines and the ELSE line is also optional eventhough I recomend it

CASE 
   WHEN [condition.1] THEN [expression.1]
   WHEN [condition.2] THEN [expression.2]
   ...
   WHEN [condition.n] THEN [expression.n]
   ELSE [expression] 
END

how to solve Error cannot add duplicate collection entry of type add with unique key attribute 'value' in iis 7

Remove element should clear out such errors. The reason behind this is the inherited settings. Your application will inherit some settings from its parent's config file and machine's (server) config files.
You can either remove such duplicates with the remove tag before adding them or make these tags non-inheritable in the upper level config files.

The provided URI scheme 'https' is invalid; expected 'http'. Parameter name: via

I had the EXACT same issue as the OP. My configuration and situation were identical. I finally narrowed it down to being an issue in WCFStorm after creating a service reference in a test project in Visual Studio and confirming that the service was working. In Storm you need to click on the "Config" settings option (NOT THE "Client Config"). After clicking on that, click on the "Security" tab on the dialog that pops up. Make sure "Authentication Type" is set to "None" (The default is "Windows Authentication"). Presto, it works! I always test out my methods in WCFStorm as I'm building them out, but have never tried using it to connect to one that has already been set up on SSL. Hope this helps someone!

C# DLL config file

When using ConfigurationManager, I'm pretty sure it is loading the process/AppDomain configuration file (app.config / web.config). If you want to load a specific config file, you'll have to specifically ask for that file by name...

You could try:

var config = ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfiguration("foo.dll");
config.ConnectionStrings. [etc]

Return content with IHttpActionResult for non-OK response

Anyone who is interested in returning anything with any statuscode with returning ResponseMessage:

//CreateResponse(HttpStatusCode, T value)
return ResponseMessage(Request.CreateResponse(HttpStatusCode.XX, object));

Python Remove last char from string and return it

Strings are "immutable" for good reason: It really saves a lot of headaches, more often than you'd think. It also allows python to be very smart about optimizing their use. If you want to process your string in increments, you can pull out part of it with split() or separate it into two parts using indices:

a = "abc"
a, result = a[:-1], a[-1]

This shows that you're splitting your string in two. If you'll be examining every byte of the string, you can iterate over it (in reverse, if you wish):

for result in reversed(a):
    ...

I should add this seems a little contrived: Your string is more likely to have some separator, and then you'll use split:

ans = "foo,blah,etc."
for a in ans.split(","):
    ...

Cache an HTTP 'Get' service response in AngularJS?

I think there's an even easier way now. This enables basic caching for all $http requests (which $resource inherits):

 var app = angular.module('myApp',[])
      .config(['$httpProvider', function ($httpProvider) {
            // enable http caching
           $httpProvider.defaults.cache = true;
      }])

How do I open a Visual Studio project in design view?

From the Solution Explorer window select your form, right-click, click on View Designer. Voila! The form should display.

I tried posting a couple screenshots, but this is my first post; therefore, I could not post any images.

MySQL: how to get the difference between two timestamps in seconds

How about "TIMESTAMPDIFF":

SELECT TIMESTAMPDIFF(SECOND,'2009-05-18','2009-07-29') from `post_statistics`

https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/date-and-time-functions.html#function_timestampdiff

Markdown and including multiple files

I use Marked 2 on Mac OS X. It supports the following syntax for including other files.

<<[chapters/chapter1.md]
<<[chapters/chapter2.md]
<<[chapters/chapter3.md]
<<[chapters/chapter4.md]

Sadly, you can't feed that to pandoc as it doesn't understand the syntax. However, writing a script to strip the syntax out to construct a pandoc command line is easy enough.

load json into variable

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var itens = null;_x000D_
$.getJSON("yourfile.json", function(data) {_x000D_
  itens = data;_x000D_
  itens.forEach(function(item) {_x000D_
    console.log(item);_x000D_
  });_x000D_
});_x000D_
console.log(itens);
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<html>_x000D_
<head>_x000D_
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.7.2.min.js"></script>_x000D_
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</html>
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How to remove outliers from a dataset

The boxplot function returns the values used to do the plotting (which is actually then done by bxp():

bstats <- boxplot(count ~ spray, data = InsectSprays, col = "lightgray") 
#need to "waste" this plot
bstats$out <- NULL
bstats$group <- NULL
bxp(bstats)  # this will plot without any outlier points

I purposely did not answer the specific question because I consider it statistical malpractice to remove "outliers". I consider it acceptable practice to not plot them in a boxplot, but removing them just because they exceed some number of standard deviations or some number of inter-quartile widths is a systematic and unscientific mangling of the observational record.

What is best way to start and stop hadoop ecosystem, with command line?

From Hadoop page,

start-all.sh 

This will startup a Namenode, Datanode, Jobtracker and a Tasktracker on your machine.

start-dfs.sh

This will bring up HDFS with the Namenode running on the machine you ran the command on. On such a machine you would need start-mapred.sh to separately start the job tracker

start-all.sh/stop-all.sh has to be run on the master node

You would use start-all.sh on a single node cluster (i.e. where you would have all the services on the same node.The namenode is also the datanode and is the master node).

In multi-node setup,

You will use start-all.sh on the master node and would start what is necessary on the slaves as well.

Alternatively,

Use start-dfs.sh on the node you want the Namenode to run on. This will bring up HDFS with the Namenode running on the machine you ran the command on and Datanodes on the machines listed in the slaves file.

Use start-mapred.sh on the machine you plan to run the Jobtracker on. This will bring up the Map/Reduce cluster with Jobtracker running on the machine you ran the command on and Tasktrackers running on machines listed in the slaves file.

hadoop-daemon.sh as stated by Tariq is used on each individual node. The master node will not start the services on the slaves.In a single node setup this will act same as start-all.sh.In a multi-node setup you will have to access each node (master as well as slaves) and execute on each of them.

Have a look at this start-all.sh it call config followed by dfs and mapred

Git diff -w ignore whitespace only at start & end of lines

This is an old question, but is still regularly viewed/needed. I want to post to caution readers like me that whitespace as mentioned in the OP's question is not the same as Regex's definition, to include newlines, tabs, and space characters -- Git asks you to be explicit. See some options here: https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Customizing-Git-Git-Configuration

As stated, git diff -b or git diff --ignore-space-change will ignore spaces at line ends. If you desire that setting to be your default behavior, the following line adds that intent to your .gitconfig file, so it will always ignore the space at line ends:

git config --global core.whitespace trailing-space

In my case, I found this question because I was interested in ignoring "carriage return whitespace differences", so I needed this:

git diff --ignore-cr-at-eol or git config --global core.whitespace cr-at-eol from here.

You can also make it the default only for that repo by omitting the --global parameter, and checking in the settings file for that repo. For the CR problem I faced, it goes away after check-in if warncrlf or autocrlf = true in the [core] section of the .gitconfig file.

What is the problem with shadowing names defined in outer scopes?

A good workaround in some cases may be to move the variables and code to another function:

def print_data(data):
    print data

def main():
    data = [4, 5, 6]
    print_data(data)

main()

How do I terminate a thread in C++11?

  1. You could call std::terminate() from any thread and the thread you're referring to will forcefully end.

  2. You could arrange for ~thread() to be executed on the object of the target thread, without a intervening join() nor detach() on that object. This will have the same effect as option 1.

  3. You could design an exception which has a destructor which throws an exception. And then arrange for the target thread to throw this exception when it is to be forcefully terminated. The tricky part on this one is getting the target thread to throw this exception.

Options 1 and 2 don't leak intra-process resources, but they terminate every thread.

Option 3 will probably leak resources, but is partially cooperative in that the target thread has to agree to throw the exception.

There is no portable way in C++11 (that I'm aware of) to non-cooperatively kill a single thread in a multi-thread program (i.e. without killing all threads). There was no motivation to design such a feature.

A std::thread may have this member function:

native_handle_type native_handle();

You might be able to use this to call an OS-dependent function to do what you want. For example on Apple's OS's, this function exists and native_handle_type is a pthread_t. If you are successful, you are likely to leak resources.

Is there a way to get a collection of all the Models in your Rails app?

I think @hnovick's solution is a cool one if you dont have table-less models. This solution would work in development mode as well

My approach is subtly different though -

ActiveRecord::Base.connection.tables.map{|x|x.classify.safe_constantize}.compact

classify is well supposed to give you the name of the class from a string properly. safe_constantize ensures that you can turn it into a class safely without throwing an exception. This is needed in case you have database tables which are not models. compact so that any nils in the enumeration are removed.

How can I build for release/distribution on the Xcode 4?

Product -> Archive, later, press the distribute button and check the option Export as Application or what you want

Converting Epoch time into the datetime

To convert your time value (float or int) to a formatted string, use:

time.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', time.localtime(1347517370))

Query grants for a table in postgres

This query will list all of the tables in all of the databases and schemas (uncomment the line(s) in the WHERE clause to filter for specific databases, schemas, or tables), with the privileges shown in order so that it's easy to see if a specific privilege is granted or not:

SELECT grantee
      ,table_catalog
      ,table_schema
      ,table_name
      ,string_agg(privilege_type, ', ' ORDER BY privilege_type) AS privileges
FROM information_schema.role_table_grants 
WHERE grantee != 'postgres' 
--  and table_catalog = 'somedatabase' /* uncomment line to filter database */
--  and table_schema  = 'someschema'   /* uncomment line to filter schema  */
--  and table_name    = 'sometable'    /* uncomment line to filter table  */
GROUP BY 1, 2, 3, 4;

Sample output:

grantee |table_catalog   |table_schema  |table_name     |privileges     |
--------|----------------|--------------|---------------|---------------|
PUBLIC  |adventure_works |pg_catalog    |pg_sequence    |SELECT         |
PUBLIC  |adventure_works |pg_catalog    |pg_sequences   |SELECT         |
PUBLIC  |adventure_works |pg_catalog    |pg_settings    |SELECT, UPDATE |
...

Play a Sound with Python

For Windows, you can use winsound. It's built in

import winsound

winsound.PlaySound('sound.wav', winsound.SND_FILENAME)

You should be able to use ossaudiodev for linux:

from wave import open as waveOpen
from ossaudiodev import open as ossOpen
s = waveOpen('tada.wav','rb')
(nc,sw,fr,nf,comptype, compname) = s.getparams( )
dsp = ossOpen('/dev/dsp','w')
try:
  from ossaudiodev import AFMT_S16_NE
except ImportError:
  from sys import byteorder
  if byteorder == "little":
    AFMT_S16_NE = ossaudiodev.AFMT_S16_LE
  else:
    AFMT_S16_NE = ossaudiodev.AFMT_S16_BE
dsp.setparameters(AFMT_S16_NE, nc, fr)
data = s.readframes(nf)
s.close()
dsp.write(data)
dsp.close()

(Credit for ossaudiodev: Bill Dandreta http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-list/2004-October/288905.html)

store return json value in input hidden field

Although I have seen the suggested methods used and working, I think that setting the value of an hidden field only using the JSON.stringify breaks the HTML...

Here I'll explain what I mean:

<input type="hidden" value="{"name":"John"}">

As you can see the first double quote after the open chain bracket could be interpreted by some browsers as:

<input type="hidden" value="{" rubbish >

So for a better approach to this I would suggest to use the encodeURIComponent function. Together with the JSON.stringify we shold have something like the following:

> encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify({"name":"John"}))
> "%7B%22name%22%3A%22John%22%7D"

Now that value can be safely stored in an input hidden type like so:

<input type="hidden" value="%7B%22name%22%3A%22John%22%7D">

or (even better) using the data- attribute of the HTML element manipulated by the script that will consume the data, like so:

<div id="something" data-json="%7B%22name%22%3A%22John%22%7D"></div>

Now to read the data back we can do something like:

> var data = JSON.parse(decodeURIComponent(div.getAttribute("data-json")))
> console.log(data)
> Object {name: "John"}

Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_ALREADY_EXISTS] when I tried to update my application

If you install the application on your device via adb install you should look for the reinstall option which should be -r. So if you do adb install -r you should be able to install without uninstalling before.

How to pass text in a textbox to JavaScript function?

This is what I have done. (Adapt from all of your answers)

<input name="textbox1" type="text" id="txt1"/>
<input name="buttonExecute" onclick="execute(document.getElementById('txt1').value)" type="button" value="Execute" />

It works. Thanks to all of you. :)

How to show data in a table by using psql command line interface?

Newer versions: (from 8.4 - mentioned in release notes)

TABLE mytablename;

Longer but works on all versions:

SELECT * FROM mytablename;

You may wish to use \x first if it's a wide table, for readability.

For long data:

SELECT * FROM mytable LIMIT 10;

or similar.

For wide data (big rows), in the psql command line client, it's useful to use \x to show the rows in key/value form instead of tabulated, e.g.

 \x
SELECT * FROM mytable LIMIT 10;

Note that in all cases the semicolon at the end is important.

Spring Boot + JPA : Column name annotation ignored

The default strategy for @Column(name="TestName") will be test_name, this is correct behavior!

If you have a column named TestName in your database you should change Column annotation to @Column(name="testname").

This works because database does not care if you name your column TestName or testname (column names are case insensitive!!).

But beware, the same does not apply for database name and table names, that are case sensitive on Unix systems but case in sensitive on Windows systems (the fact that probably kept a lot of people awake at night, working on windows but deploying on linux :))

How to dismiss the dialog with click on outside of the dialog?

Simply use

dialog.setCanceledOnTouchOutside(true);

How to Get JSON Array Within JSON Object?

JSONObject jsonObject =new JSONObject(jsonStr);
JSONArray jsonArray = jsonObject.getJSONArray("data");
for(int i=0;i<jsonArray.length;i++){
    JSONObject json = jsonArray.getJSONObject(i);
    String id = json.getString("id");
    String name=json.getString("name");
    JSONArray ingArray = json.getJSONArray("Ingredients") // here you are going   to get ingredients
    for(int j=0;j<ingArray.length;j++){
        JSONObject ingredObject= ingArray.getJSONObject(j);
        String ingName = ingredObject.getString("name");//so you are going to get   ingredient name
        Log.e("name",ingName); // you will get 
   }
}

JavaScript validation for empty input field

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       <form name="myform" action="saveNew" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">_x000D_
           <input type="text"   id="name"   name="name" /> _x000D_
           <input type="submit"/>_x000D_
       </form>_x000D_
    </pre>_x000D_
_x000D_
<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">_x000D_
  var frmvalidator = new Validator("myform");_x000D_
  frmvalidator.EnableFocusOnError(false);_x000D_
  frmvalidator.EnableMsgsTogether();_x000D_
  frmvalidator.addValidation("name", "req", "Plese Enter Name");_x000D_
</script>
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before using above code you have to add the gen_validatorv31.js file

Android: why setVisibility(View.GONE); or setVisibility(View.INVISIBLE); do not work

Today I had a scenario, where I was performing following:

myViewGroup.setVisibility(View.GONE);

Right on the next frame I was performing an if check somewhere else for visibility state of that view. Guess what? The following condition was passing:

if(myViewGroup.getVisibility() == View.VISIBLE) {
    // this `if` was fulfilled magically
}

Placing breakpoints you can see, that visibility changes to GONE, but right on the next frame it magically becomes VISIBLE. I was trying to understand how the hell this could happen.

Turns out there was an animation applied to this view, which internally caused the view to change it's visibility to VISIBLE until finishing the animation:

public void someFunction() {
    ...
    TransitionManager.beginDelayedTransition(myViewGroup);
    ...

    myViewGroup.setVisibility(View.GONE);
}

If you debug, you'll see that myViewGroup indeed changes its visibility to GONE, but right on the next frame it would again become visible in order to run the animation.

So, if you come across with such a situation, make sure you are not performing an if check in amidst of animating the view.

You can remove all animations on the view via View.clearAnimation().

How to set cell spacing and UICollectionView - UICollectionViewFlowLayout size ratio?

Add these 2 lines

layout.minimumInteritemSpacing = 0
layout.minimumLineSpacing = 0

So you have:

   // Do any additional setup after loading the view, typically from a nib.
        let layout: UICollectionViewFlowLayout = UICollectionViewFlowLayout()
        layout.sectionInset = UIEdgeInsets(top: 20, left: 0, bottom: 10, right: 0)
        layout.itemSize = CGSize(width: screenWidth/3, height: screenWidth/3)
        layout.minimumInteritemSpacing = 0
        layout.minimumLineSpacing = 0
        collectionView!.collectionViewLayout = layout

That will remove all the spaces and give you a grid layout:

enter image description here

If you want the first column to have a width equal to the screen width then add the following function:

func collectionView(collectionView: UICollectionView, layout collectionViewLayout: UICollectionViewLayout, sizeForItemAtIndexPath indexPath: NSIndexPath) -> CGSize {
    if indexPath.row == 0
    {
        return CGSize(width: screenWidth, height: screenWidth/3)
    }
    return CGSize(width: screenWidth/3, height: screenWidth/3);

}

Grid layout will now look like (I've also added a blue background to first cell): enter image description here

Distinct in Linq based on only one field of the table

You can try this:table1.GroupBy(t => t.Text).Select(shape => shape.r)).Distinct();

Spring REST Service: how to configure to remove null objects in json response

If you are using Jackson 2, the message-converters tag is:

<mvc:annotation-driven>
    <mvc:message-converters>
        <bean class="org.springframework.http.converter.json.MappingJackson2HttpMessageConverter">
            <property name="prefixJson" value="true"/>
            <property name="supportedMediaTypes" value="application/json"/>
            <property name="objectMapper">
                <bean class="com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.ObjectMapper">
                    <property name="serializationInclusion" value="NON_NULL"/>
                </bean>
            </property>
        </bean>
    </mvc:message-converters>
</mvc:annotation-driven>

how to set cursor style to pointer for links without hrefs

create a class with the following CSS and add it to your tags with onclick events:

cursor:pointer;

Do conditional INSERT with SQL?

It is possible with EXISTS condition. WHERE EXISTS tests for the existence of any records in a subquery. EXISTS returns true if the subquery returns one or more records. Here is an example

UPDATE  TABLE_NAME 
SET val1=arg1 , val2=arg2
WHERE NOT EXISTS
    (SELECT FROM TABLE_NAME WHERE val1=arg1 AND val2=arg2)

How to drop all tables from a database with one SQL query?

As a follow-up to Dave.Gugg's answer, this would be the code someone would need to get all the DROP TABLE lines in MySQL:

SELECT CONCAT('DROP TABLE ', TABLE_NAME, ';')
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.tables
WHERE TABLE_SCHEMA = 'your_database_name'

How do I use variables in Oracle SQL Developer?

Ok I know this a bit of a hack but this is a way to use a variable in a simple query, not a script:

WITH
    emplVar AS
    (SELECT 1234 AS id FROM dual)
SELECT
    *
FROM
    employees,
    emplVar
WHERE
    EmployId=emplVar.id;

You get to run it everywhere.

How to loop through an array containing objects and access their properties

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var c = {_x000D_
    myProperty: [_x000D_
        { name: 'this' },_x000D_
        { name: 'can' },_x000D_
        { name: 'get' },_x000D_
        { name: 'crazy' }_x000D_
    ]_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
c.myProperty.forEach(function(myProperty_element) {_x000D_
    var x = myProperty_element.name;_x000D_
    console.log('the name of the member is : ' + x);_x000D_
})
_x000D_
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This is one of the ways how I was able to achieve it.

ByRef argument type mismatch in Excel VBA

It looks like ByRef needs to know the size of the parameter. A declaration of Dim last_name as string doesn't specify the size of the string so it takes it as an error. Before using Worksheets(data_sheet).Range("C2").Value = ProcessString(last_name) The last_name has to be declared as Dim last_name as string *10 ' size of string is up to you but must be a fix length

No need to change the function. Function doesn't take a fix length declaration.

How to convert a UTF-8 string into Unicode?

What you have seems to be a string incorrectly decoded from another encoding, likely code page 1252, which is US Windows default. Here's how to reverse, assuming no other loss. One loss not immediately apparent is the non-breaking space (U+00A0) at the end of your string that is not displayed. Of course it would be better to read the data source correctly in the first place, but perhaps the data source was stored incorrectly to begin with.

using System;
using System.Text;

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        string junk = "déjÃ\xa0";  // Bad Unicode string

        // Turn string back to bytes using the original, incorrect encoding.
        byte[] bytes = Encoding.GetEncoding(1252).GetBytes(junk);

        // Use the correct encoding this time to convert back to a string.
        string good = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(bytes);
        Console.WriteLine(good);
    }
}

Result:

déjà

How do I define a method in Razor?

You could also do it with a Func like this

@{
    var getStyle = new Func<int, int, string>((width, margin) => string.Format("width: {0}px; margin: {1}px;", width, margin));
}

<div style="@getStyle(50, 2)"></div>

Is there a way to remove the separator line from a UITableView?

There is bug a iOS 9 beta 4: the separator line appears between UITableViewCells even if you set separatorStyle to UITableViewCellSeparatorStyleNone from the storyboard. To get around this, you have to set it from code, because as of now there is a bug from storyboard. Hope they will fix it in future beta.

Here's the code to set it:

[self.tableView setSeparatorStyle:UITableViewCellSeparatorStyleNone];

Java, How to get number of messages in a topic in apache kafka

I had this same question and this is how I am doing it, from a KafkaConsumer, in Kotlin:

val messageCount = consumer.listTopics().entries.filter { it.key == topicName }
    .map {
        it.value.map { topicInfo -> TopicPartition(topicInfo.topic(), topicInfo.partition()) }
    }.map { consumer.endOffsets(it).values.sum() - consumer.beginningOffsets(it).values.sum()}
    .first()

Very rough code, as I just got this to work, but basically you want to subtract the topic's beginning offset from the ending offset and this will be the current message count for the topic.

You can't just rely on the end offset because of other configurations (cleanup policy, retention-ms, etc.) that may end up causing the deletion old messages from your topic. Offsets only "move" forward, so it is the beggining offset that will move forward closer to the end offset (or eventually to the same value, if the topic contains no message right now).

Basically the end offset represents the overall number of messages that went through that topic, and the difference between the two represent the number of messages that the topic contains right now.

Simple argparse example wanted: 1 argument, 3 results

You could also use plac (a wrapper around argparse).

As a bonus it generates neat help instructions - see below.

Example script:

#!/usr/bin/env python3
def main(
    arg: ('Argument with two possible values', 'positional', None, None, ['A', 'B'])
):
    """General help for application"""
    if arg == 'A':
        print("Argument has value A")
    elif arg == 'B':
        print("Argument has value B")

if __name__ == '__main__':
    import plac
    plac.call(main)

Example output:

No arguments supplied - example.py:

usage: example.py [-h] {A,B}
example.py: error: the following arguments are required: arg

Unexpected argument supplied - example.py C:

usage: example.py [-h] {A,B}
example.py: error: argument arg: invalid choice: 'C' (choose from 'A', 'B')

Correct argument supplied - example.py A :

Argument has value A

Full help menu (generated automatically) - example.py -h:

usage: example.py [-h] {A,B}

General help for application

positional arguments:
  {A,B}       Argument with two possible values

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

Short explanation:

The name of the argument usually equals the parameter name (arg).

The tuple annotation after arg parameter has the following meaning:

  • Description (Argument with two possible values)
  • Type of argument - one of 'flag', 'option' or 'positional' (positional)
  • Abbreviation (None)
  • Type of argument value - eg. float, string (None)
  • Restricted set of choices (['A', 'B'])

Documentation:

To learn more about using plac check out its great documentation:

Plac: Parsing the Command Line the Easy Way

SQL Server Jobs with SSIS packages - Failed to decrypt protected XML node "DTS:Password" with error 0x8009000B

It is because creator of the SSIS packages is someone else and other person is executing the packages.

If suppose A person has created SSIS packages and B person is trying to execute than the above error comes.

You can solve the error by changing creator name from package properties from A to B.

Thanks, Kiran Sagar

How to TryParse for Enum value?

The only way to avoid exception handling is to use the GetNames() method, and we all know that exceptions shouldn't be abused for common application logic :)

Python division

Make at least one of them float, then it will be float division, not integer:

>>> (20.0-10) / (100-10)
0.1111111111111111

Casting the result to float is too late.

Replace only some groups with Regex

I also had need for this and I created the following extension method for it:

public static class RegexExtensions
{
    public static string ReplaceGroup(
        this Regex regex, string input, string groupName, string replacement)
    {
        return regex.Replace(
            input,
            m =>
            {
                var group = m.Groups[groupName];
                var sb = new StringBuilder();
                var previousCaptureEnd = 0;
                foreach (var capture in group.Captures.Cast<Capture>())
                {
                    var currentCaptureEnd =
                        capture.Index + capture.Length - m.Index;
                    var currentCaptureLength =
                        capture.Index - m.Index - previousCaptureEnd;
                    sb.Append(
                        m.Value.Substring(
                            previousCaptureEnd, currentCaptureLength));
                    sb.Append(replacement);
                    previousCaptureEnd = currentCaptureEnd;
                }
                sb.Append(m.Value.Substring(previousCaptureEnd));

                return sb.ToString();
            });
    }
}

Usage:

var input = @"[assembly: AssemblyFileVersion(""2.0.3.0"")][assembly: AssemblyFileVersion(""2.0.3.0"")]";
var regex = new Regex(@"AssemblyFileVersion\(""(?<version>(\d+\.?){4})""\)");


var result = regex.ReplaceGroup(input , "version", "1.2.3");

Result:

[assembly: AssemblyFileVersion("1.2.3")][assembly: AssemblyFileVersion("1.2.3")]

How do I clear my local working directory in Git?

To reset a specific file to the last-committed state (to discard uncommitted changes in a specific file):

git checkout thefiletoreset.txt

This is mentioned in the git status output:

(use "git checkout -- <file>..." to discard changes in working directory)

To reset the entire repository to the last committed state:

git reset --hard

To remove untracked files, I usually just delete all files in the working copy (but not the .git/ folder!), then do git reset --hard which leaves it with only committed files.

A better way is to use git clean (warning: using the -x flag as below will cause Git to delete ignored files):

git clean -d -x -f

will remove untracked files, including directories (-d) and files ignored by git (-x). Replace the -f argument with -n to perform a dry-run or -i for interactive mode, and it will tell you what will be removed.

Relevant links:

How to upgrade Git to latest version on macOS?

I used the following to upgrade git on mac.

hansi$ brew install git 

hansi$ git --version 
git version 2.19.0


hansi$ brew install git
Warning: git 2.25.1 is already installed, it's just not linked
You can use `brew link git` to link this version.

hansi$ brew link git 
Linking /usr/local/Cellar/git/2.25.1... 
Error: Could not symlink bin/git
Target /usr/local/bin/git
already exists. You may want to remove it:
  rm '/usr/local/bin/git'

To force the link and overwrite all conflicting files:
  brew link --overwrite git

To list all files that would be deleted:
  brew link --overwrite --dry-run git

hansi$ brew link --overwrite git 
Linking /usr/local/Cellar/git/2.25.1... 205 symlinks created


hansi$ git --version
git version 2.25.1

Find specific string in a text file with VBS script

I'd recommend using a regular expressions instead of string operations for this:

Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

filename = "C:\VBS\filediprova.txt"

newtext = vbLf & "<tr><td><a href=""..."">Beginning_of_DD_TC5</a></td></tr>"

Set re = New RegExp
re.Pattern = "(\n.*?Test Case \d)"
re.Global  = False
re.IgnoreCase = True

text = f.OpenTextFile(filename).ReadAll
f.OpenTextFile(filename, 2).Write re.Replace(text, newText & "$1")

The regular expression will match a line feed (\n) followed by a line containing the string Test Case followed by a number (\d), and the replacement will prepend that with the text you want to insert (variable newtext). Setting re.Global = False makes the replacement stop after the first match.

If the line breaks in your text file are encoded as CR-LF (carriage return + line feed) you'll have to change \n into \r\n and vbLf into vbCrLf.

If you have to modify several text files, you could do it in a loop like this:

For Each f In fso.GetFolder("C:\VBS").Files
  If LCase(fso.GetExtensionName(f.Name)) = "txt" Then
    text = f.OpenAsTextStream.ReadAll
    f.OpenAsTextStream(2).Write re.Replace(text, newText & "$1")
  End If
Next

How to add a recyclerView inside another recyclerView

I would like to suggest to use a single RecyclerView and populate your list items dynamically. I've added a github project to describe how this can be done. You might have a look. While the other solutions will work just fine, I would like to suggest, this is a much faster and efficient way of showing multiple lists in a RecyclerView.

The idea is to add logic in your onCreateViewHolder and onBindViewHolder method so that you can inflate proper view for the exact positions in your RecyclerView.

I've added a sample project along with that wiki too. You might clone and check what it does. For convenience, I am posting the adapter that I have used.

public class DynamicListAdapter extends RecyclerView.Adapter<RecyclerView.ViewHolder> {

    private static final int FOOTER_VIEW = 1;
    private static final int FIRST_LIST_ITEM_VIEW = 2;
    private static final int FIRST_LIST_HEADER_VIEW = 3;
    private static final int SECOND_LIST_ITEM_VIEW = 4;
    private static final int SECOND_LIST_HEADER_VIEW = 5;

    private ArrayList<ListObject> firstList = new ArrayList<ListObject>();
    private ArrayList<ListObject> secondList = new ArrayList<ListObject>();

    public DynamicListAdapter() {
    }

    public void setFirstList(ArrayList<ListObject> firstList) {
        this.firstList = firstList;
    }

    public void setSecondList(ArrayList<ListObject> secondList) {
        this.secondList = secondList;
    }

    public class ViewHolder extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder {
        // List items of first list
        private TextView mTextDescription1;
        private TextView mListItemTitle1;

        // List items of second list
        private TextView mTextDescription2;
        private TextView mListItemTitle2;

        // Element of footer view
        private TextView footerTextView;

        public ViewHolder(final View itemView) {
            super(itemView);

            // Get the view of the elements of first list
            mTextDescription1 = (TextView) itemView.findViewById(R.id.description1);
            mListItemTitle1 = (TextView) itemView.findViewById(R.id.title1);

            // Get the view of the elements of second list
            mTextDescription2 = (TextView) itemView.findViewById(R.id.description2);
            mListItemTitle2 = (TextView) itemView.findViewById(R.id.title2);

            // Get the view of the footer elements
            footerTextView = (TextView) itemView.findViewById(R.id.footer);
        }

        public void bindViewSecondList(int pos) {

            if (firstList == null) pos = pos - 1;
            else {
                if (firstList.size() == 0) pos = pos - 1;
                else pos = pos - firstList.size() - 2;
            }

            final String description = secondList.get(pos).getDescription();
            final String title = secondList.get(pos).getTitle();

            mTextDescription2.setText(description);
            mListItemTitle2.setText(title);
        }

        public void bindViewFirstList(int pos) {

            // Decrease pos by 1 as there is a header view now.
            pos = pos - 1;

            final String description = firstList.get(pos).getDescription();
            final String title = firstList.get(pos).getTitle();

            mTextDescription1.setText(description);
            mListItemTitle1.setText(title);
        }

        public void bindViewFooter(int pos) {
            footerTextView.setText("This is footer");
        }
    }

    public class FooterViewHolder extends ViewHolder {
        public FooterViewHolder(View itemView) {
            super(itemView);
        }
    }

    private class FirstListHeaderViewHolder extends ViewHolder {
        public FirstListHeaderViewHolder(View itemView) {
            super(itemView);
        }
    }

    private class FirstListItemViewHolder extends ViewHolder {
        public FirstListItemViewHolder(View itemView) {
            super(itemView);
        }
    }

    private class SecondListHeaderViewHolder extends ViewHolder {
        public SecondListHeaderViewHolder(View itemView) {
            super(itemView);
        }
    }

    private class SecondListItemViewHolder extends ViewHolder {
        public SecondListItemViewHolder(View itemView) {
            super(itemView);
        }
    }

    @Override
    public RecyclerView.ViewHolder onCreateViewHolder(ViewGroup parent, int viewType) {

        View v;

        if (viewType == FOOTER_VIEW) {
            v = LayoutInflater.from(parent.getContext()).inflate(R.layout.list_item_footer, parent, false);
            FooterViewHolder vh = new FooterViewHolder(v);
            return vh;

        } else if (viewType == FIRST_LIST_ITEM_VIEW) {
            v = LayoutInflater.from(parent.getContext()).inflate(R.layout.list_item_first_list, parent, false);
            FirstListItemViewHolder vh = new FirstListItemViewHolder(v);
            return vh;

        } else if (viewType == FIRST_LIST_HEADER_VIEW) {
            v = LayoutInflater.from(parent.getContext()).inflate(R.layout.list_item_first_list_header, parent, false);
            FirstListHeaderViewHolder vh = new FirstListHeaderViewHolder(v);
            return vh;

        } else if (viewType == SECOND_LIST_HEADER_VIEW) {
            v = LayoutInflater.from(parent.getContext()).inflate(R.layout.list_item_second_list_header, parent, false);
            SecondListHeaderViewHolder vh = new SecondListHeaderViewHolder(v);
            return vh;

        } else {
            // SECOND_LIST_ITEM_VIEW
            v = LayoutInflater.from(parent.getContext()).inflate(R.layout.list_item_second_list, parent, false);
            SecondListItemViewHolder vh = new SecondListItemViewHolder(v);
            return vh;
        }
    }

    @Override
    public void onBindViewHolder(RecyclerView.ViewHolder holder, int position) {

        try {
            if (holder instanceof SecondListItemViewHolder) {
                SecondListItemViewHolder vh = (SecondListItemViewHolder) holder;
                vh.bindViewSecondList(position);

            } else if (holder instanceof FirstListHeaderViewHolder) {
                FirstListHeaderViewHolder vh = (FirstListHeaderViewHolder) holder;

            } else if (holder instanceof FirstListItemViewHolder) {
                FirstListItemViewHolder vh = (FirstListItemViewHolder) holder;
                vh.bindViewFirstList(position);

            } else if (holder instanceof SecondListHeaderViewHolder) {
                SecondListHeaderViewHolder vh = (SecondListHeaderViewHolder) holder;

            } else if (holder instanceof FooterViewHolder) {
                FooterViewHolder vh = (FooterViewHolder) holder;
                vh.bindViewFooter(position);
            }
        } catch (Exception e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
    }

    @Override
    public int getItemCount() {

        int firstListSize = 0;
        int secondListSize = 0;

        if (secondList == null && firstList == null) return 0;

        if (secondList != null)
            secondListSize = secondList.size();
        if (firstList != null)
            firstListSize = firstList.size();

        if (secondListSize > 0 && firstListSize > 0)
            return 1 + firstListSize + 1 + secondListSize + 1;   // first list header, first list size, second list header , second list size, footer
        else if (secondListSize > 0 && firstListSize == 0)
            return 1 + secondListSize + 1;                       // second list header, second list size, footer
        else if (secondListSize == 0 && firstListSize > 0)
            return 1 + firstListSize;                            // first list header , first list size
        else return 0;
    }

    @Override
    public int getItemViewType(int position) {

        int firstListSize = 0;
        int secondListSize = 0;

        if (secondList == null && firstList == null)
            return super.getItemViewType(position);

        if (secondList != null)
            secondListSize = secondList.size();
        if (firstList != null)
            firstListSize = firstList.size();

        if (secondListSize > 0 && firstListSize > 0) {
            if (position == 0) return FIRST_LIST_HEADER_VIEW;
            else if (position == firstListSize + 1)
                return SECOND_LIST_HEADER_VIEW;
            else if (position == secondListSize + 1 + firstListSize + 1)
                return FOOTER_VIEW;
            else if (position > firstListSize + 1)
                return SECOND_LIST_ITEM_VIEW;
            else return FIRST_LIST_ITEM_VIEW;

        } else if (secondListSize > 0 && firstListSize == 0) {
            if (position == 0) return SECOND_LIST_HEADER_VIEW;
            else if (position == secondListSize + 1) return FOOTER_VIEW;
            else return SECOND_LIST_ITEM_VIEW;

        } else if (secondListSize == 0 && firstListSize > 0) {
            if (position == 0) return FIRST_LIST_HEADER_VIEW;
            else return FIRST_LIST_ITEM_VIEW;
        }

        return super.getItemViewType(position);
    }
}

There is another way of keeping your items in a single ArrayList of objects so that you can set an attribute tagging the items to indicate which item is from first list and which one belongs to second list. Then pass that ArrayList into your RecyclerView and then implement the logic inside adapter to populate them dynamically.

Hope that helps.

How to check if a variable is an integer in JavaScript?

var x = 1.5;
if(!isNaN(x)){
 console.log('Number');
 if(x % 1 == 0){
   console.log('Integer');
 }
}else {
 console.log('not a number');
}

Access And/Or exclusions

Seeing that it appears you are running using the SQL syntax, try with the correct wild card.

SELECT * FROM someTable WHERE (someTable.Field NOT LIKE '%RISK%') AND (someTable.Field NOT LIKE '%Blah%') AND someTable.SomeOtherField <> 4; 

URL to compose a message in Gmail (with full Gmail interface and specified to, bcc, subject, etc.)

The example URLs for standard gmail, above, return a google error.

The February 2014 post to thread 2583928 recommends replacing view=cm&fs=1&tf=1 with &v=b&cs=wh.

Note: It also no longer seems possible to autopopulate the mail body.

Appending a line break to an output file in a shell script

I'm betting the problem is that Cygwin is writing Unix line endings (LF) to the file, and you're opening it with a program that expects Windows line-endings (CRLF). To determine if this is the case — and for a bit of a hackish workaround — try:

echo "`date` User `whoami` started the script."$'\r' >> output.log

(where the $'\r' at the end is an extra carriage-return; it, plus the Unix line ending, will result in a Windows line ending).

X11/Xlib.h not found in Ubuntu

Why not try find /usr/include/X11 -name Xlib.h

If there is a hit, you have Xlib.h

If not install it using sudo apt-get install libx11-dev

and you are good to go :)

Python sockets error TypeError: a bytes-like object is required, not 'str' with send function

You can change the send line to this:

c.send(b'Thank you for connecting')

The b makes it bytes instead.

How to insert an item into a key/value pair object?

I would use the Dictionary<TKey, TValue> (so long as each key is unique).

EDIT: Sorry, realised you wanted to add it to a specific position. My bad. You could use a SortedDictionary but this still won't let you insert.

Datepicker: How to popup datepicker when click on edittext

import android.app.DatePickerDialog;
import android.content.Context;
import android.view.View;
import android.widget.DatePicker;
import android.widget.TextView;

import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.util.Calendar;
import java.util.Locale;

public class DatePickerHelper {

private final Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance();
private final String dateFormat = "MM/dd/yy";
private TextView textView = null;

public DatePickerHelper(final Context context, TextView textView) {
    this.textView = textView;

    // Setup on click listener if the TextView is not null
    if (textView != null) {
        textView.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
            @Override
            public void onClick(View v) {
                getDatePickerDialog(context).show();
            }
        });
    }
}

/**
 * Return a new date picker listener tied to the specified TextView field
 * @return
 */
private DatePickerDialog.OnDateSetListener getOnDateSetListener() {
    return new DatePickerDialog.OnDateSetListener() {
        @Override
        public void onDateSet(DatePicker view, int year, int monthOfYear,
                              int dayOfMonth) {
            calendar.set(Calendar.YEAR, year);
            calendar.set(Calendar.MONTH, monthOfYear);
            calendar.set(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH, dayOfMonth);

            SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat(dateFormat, Locale.US);
            textView.setText(sdf.format(calendar.getTime()));
        }
    };
}

/**
 * Return new DatePickerDialog for field
 * @param context
 * @return
 */
private DatePickerDialog getDatePickerDialog(Context context) {
    return new DatePickerDialog(context, getOnDateSetListener(), calendar
            .get(Calendar.YEAR), calendar.get(Calendar.MONTH),
            calendar.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH));
}

}

Usage:

  DatePickerHelper assessmentDueDateHelper = new DatePickerHelper(AssessmentsDetailActivity.this,
            (TextView) findViewById(R.id.assessmentDueDateEditText));

Jenkins CI Pipeline Scripts not permitted to use method groovy.lang.GroovyObject

Quickfix

I had similar issue and I resolved it doing the following

  1. Navigate to jenkins > Manage jenkins > In-process Script Approval
  2. There was a pending command, which I had to approve.

In process approval link in Jenkins 2.61 Alternative 1: Disable sandbox

As this article explains in depth, groovy scripts are run in sandbox mode by default. This means that a subset of groovy methods are allowed to run without administrator approval. It's also possible to run scripts not in sandbox mode, which implies that the whole script needs to be approved by an administrator at once. This preventing users from approving each line at the time.

Running scripts without sandbox can be done by unchecking this checkbox in your project config just below your script: enter image description here

Alternative 2: Disable script security

As this article explains it also possible to disable script security completely. First install the permissive script security plugin and after that change your jenkins.xml file add this argument:

-Dpermissive-script-security.enabled=true

So you jenkins.xml will look something like this:

<executable>..bin\java</executable>
<arguments>-Dpermissive-script-security.enabled=true -Xrs -Xmx4096m -Dhudson.lifecycle=hudson.lifecycle.WindowsServiceLifecycle -jar "%BASE%\jenkins.war" --httpPort=80 --webroot="%BASE%\war"</arguments>

Make sure you know what you are doing if you implement this!

Create MSI or setup project with Visual Studio 2012

Have a look at the article Visual Studio Installer Deployment. It will surely help you.

You can choose the correct version of .NET framework on the page. So for you, make it .NET 4.5. I guess that would be there for Visual Studio 2012.

Convert a list of objects to an array of one of the object's properties

This should also work:

AggregateValues("hello", MyList.ConvertAll(c => c.Name).ToArray())

How can I call controller/view helper methods from the console in Ruby on Rails?

If the method is the POST method then:

app.post 'controller/action?parameter1=value1&parameter2=value2'

(Here parameters will be as per your applicability.)

Else if it is the GET method then:

app.get 'controller/action'

How do I view cookies in Internet Explorer 11 using Developer Tools

Not quite an answer (not “using Developer Tools”), but there is a third-party tool for it: IECookiesView from NirSoft. Hope this helps someone.

screenshot

image taken from Softpedia

What does from __future__ import absolute_import actually do?

The difference between absolute and relative imports come into play only when you import a module from a package and that module imports an other submodule from that package. See the difference:

$ mkdir pkg
$ touch pkg/__init__.py
$ touch pkg/string.py
$ echo 'import string;print(string.ascii_uppercase)' > pkg/main1.py
$ python2
Python 2.7.9 (default, Dec 13 2014, 18:02:08) [GCC] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import pkg.main1
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "pkg/main1.py", line 1, in <module>
    import string;print(string.ascii_uppercase)
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'ascii_uppercase'
>>> 
$ echo 'from __future__ import absolute_import;import string;print(string.ascii_uppercase)' > pkg/main2.py
$ python2
Python 2.7.9 (default, Dec 13 2014, 18:02:08) [GCC] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import pkg.main2
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
>>> 

In particular:

$ python2 pkg/main2.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "pkg/main2.py", line 1, in <module>
    from __future__ import absolute_import;import string;print(string.ascii_uppercase)
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'ascii_uppercase'
$ python2
Python 2.7.9 (default, Dec 13 2014, 18:02:08) [GCC] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import pkg.main2
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
>>> 
$ python2 -m pkg.main2
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

Note that python2 pkg/main2.py has a different behaviour then launching python2 and then importing pkg.main2 (which is equivalent to using the -m switch).

If you ever want to run a submodule of a package always use the -m switch which prevents the interpreter for chaining the sys.path list and correctly handles the semantics of the submodule.

Also, I much prefer using explicit relative imports for package submodules since they provide more semantics and better error messages in case of failure.

Print all day-dates between two dates

import datetime

d1 = datetime.date(2008,8,15)
d2 = datetime.date(2008,9,15)
diff = d2 - d1
for i in range(diff.days + 1):
    print (d1 + datetime.timedelta(i)).isoformat()

Android Get Application's 'Home' Data Directory

Of course, never fails. Found the solution about a minute after posting the above question... solution for those that may have had the same issue:

ContextWrapper.getFilesDir()

Found here.

Rebuild Docker container on file changes

After some research and testing, I found that I had some misunderstandings about the lifetime of Docker containers. Simply restarting a container doesn't make Docker use a new image, when the image was rebuilt in the meantime. Instead, Docker is fetching the image only before creating the container. So the state after running a container is persistent.

Why removing is required

Therefore, rebuilding and restarting isn't enough. I thought containers works like a service: Stopping the service, do your changes, restart it and they would apply. That was my biggest mistake.

Because containers are permanent, you have to remove them using docker rm <ContainerName> first. After a container is removed, you can't simply start it by docker start. This has to be done using docker run, which itself uses the latest image for creating a new container-instance.

Containers should be as independent as possible

With this knowledge, it's comprehensible why storing data in containers is qualified as bad practice and Docker recommends data volumes/mounting host directorys instead: Since a container has to be destroyed to update applications, the stored data inside would be lost too. This cause extra work to shutdown services, backup data and so on.

So it's a smart solution to exclude those data completely from the container: We don't have to worry about our data, when its stored safely on the host and the container only holds the application itself.

Why -rf may not really help you

The docker run command, has a Clean up switch called -rf. It will stop the behavior of keeping docker containers permanently. Using -rf, Docker will destroy the container after it has been exited. But this switch has two problems:

  1. Docker also remove the volumes without a name associated with the container, which may kill your data
  2. Using this option, its not possible to run containers in the background using -d switch

While the -rf switch is a good option to save work during development for quick tests, it's less suitable in production. Especially because of the missing option to run a container in the background, which would mostly be required.

How to remove a container

We can bypass those limitations by simply removing the container:

docker rm --force <ContainerName>

The --force (or -f) switch which use SIGKILL on running containers. Instead, you could also stop the container before:

docker stop <ContainerName>
docker rm <ContainerName>

Both are equal. docker stop is also using SIGTERM. But using --force switch will shorten your script, especially when using CI servers: docker stop throws an error if the container is not running. This would cause Jenkins and many other CI servers to consider the build wrongly as failed. To fix this, you have to check first if the container is running as I did in the question (see containerRunning variable).

Full script for rebuilding a Docker container

According to this new knowledge, I fixed my script in the following way:

#!/bin/bash
imageName=xx:my-image
containerName=my-container

docker build -t $imageName -f Dockerfile  .

echo Delete old container...
docker rm -f $containerName

echo Run new container...
docker run -d -p 5000:5000 --name $containerName $imageName

This works perfectly :)

Will using 'var' affect performance?

So, to be clear, it's a lazy coding style. I prefer native types, given the choice; I'll take that extra bit of "noise" to ensure I'm writing and reading exactly what I think I am at code/debug time. * shrug *

How to display a confirmation dialog when clicking an <a> link?

<a href="delete.php?id=22" onclick = "if (! confirm('Continue?')) { return false; }">Confirm OK, then goto URL (uses onclick())</a>

Inline list initialization in VB.NET

Collection initializers are only available in VB.NET 2010, released 2010-04-12:

Dim theVar = New List(Of String) From { "one", "two", "three" }

How does Django's Meta class work?

Answers that claim Django model's Meta and metaclasses are "completely different" are misleading answers.

The construction of Django model class objects, that is to say the object that stands for the class definition itself (yes, classes are also objects), are indeed controlled by a metaclass called ModelBase, and you can see that code here.

And one of the things that ModelBase does is to create the _meta attribute on every Django model which contains validation machinery, field details, save logic and so forth. During this operation, the stuff that is specified in the model's inner Meta class is read and used within that process.

So, while yes, in a sense Meta and metaclasses are different 'things', within the mechanics of Django model construction they are intimately related; understanding how they work together will deepen your insight into both at once.

This might be a helpful source of information to better understand how Django models employ metaclasses.

https://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/DevModelCreation

And this might help too if you want to better understand how objects work in general.

https://docs.python.org/3/reference/datamodel.html

How do I add my new User Control to the Toolbox or a new Winform?

I found that user controls can exist in the same project.
As others have mentioned, AutoToolboxPopulate must be set to True.
Create the desired user control.
Select Build Solution.
If the new user control doesn't show up in the toolbox, close/open Visual Studio.
If the user controls still aren't showing up in the toolbox, right click on the toolbox and select Reset Toolbox. Then select Build Solution. If they still aren't there, restart Visual Studio.
There must not be any build errors when the solution is built, otherwise new toolbox items will not be added to the toolbox.

jQuery .each() index?

$('#list option').each(function(intIndex){
//do stuff
});

Switch on Enum in Java

You actually can switch on enums, but you can't switch on Strings until Java 7. You might consider using polymorphic method dispatch with Java enums rather than an explicit switch. Note that enums are objects in Java, not just symbols for ints like they are in C/C++. You can have a method on an enum type, then instead of writing a switch, just call the method - one line of code: done!

enum MyEnum {
    SOME_ENUM_CONSTANT {
        @Override
        public void method() {
            System.out.println("first enum constant behavior!");
        }
    },
    ANOTHER_ENUM_CONSTANT {
        @Override
        public void method() {
            System.out.println("second enum constant behavior!");
        }
    }; // note the semi-colon after the final constant, not just a comma!
    public abstract void method(); // could also be in an interface that MyEnum implements
}

void aMethodSomewhere(final MyEnum e) {
    doSomeStuff();
    e.method(); // here is where the switch would be, now it's one line of code!
    doSomeOtherStuff();
}

How do I copy folder with files to another folder in Unix/Linux?

The option you're looking for is -R.

cp -R path_to_source path_to_destination/
  • If destination doesn't exist, it will be created.
  • -R means copy directories recursively. You can also use -r since it's case-insensitive.
  • Note the nuances with adding the trailing / as per @muni764's comment.

PHPMyAdmin Default login password

I just installed Fedora 16 (yea, I know it's old and not supported but, I had the CD burnt :) )

Anyway, coming to the solution, this is what I was required to do:

su -
gedit /etc/phpMyAdmin/config.inc.php

if not found... try phpmyadmin - all small caps.

gedit /etc/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php

Locate

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword']

and set it to:

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = TRUE;

Save it.

MySQL: Grant **all** privileges on database

I could able to make it work only by adding GRANT OPTION, without that always receive permission denied error

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON mydb.* TO 'myuser'@'localhost' WITH GRANT OPTION;

How to generate random colors in matplotlib?

for X,Y in data:
   scatter(X, Y, c=numpy.random.rand(3,))

Vertical align in bootstrap table

As of Bootstrap 4 this is now much easier using the included utilities instead of custom CSS. You simply have to add the class align-middle to the td-element:

<table>
  <tbody>
    <tr>
      <td class="align-baseline">baseline</td>
      <td class="align-top">top</td>
      <td class="align-middle">middle</td>
      <td class="align-bottom">bottom</td>
      <td class="align-text-top">text-top</td>
      <td class="align-text-bottom">text-bottom</td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
</table>

Creating a Facebook share button with customized url, title and image

Crude, but it works on our system:

<div class="block-share spread-share p-t-md">
  <a href="http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=http://www.voteleavetakecontrol.org/our_affiliates&title=Farmers+for+Britain+have+made+the+sensible+decision+to+Vote+Leave.+Be+part+of+a+better+future+for+us+all.+Please+share!" 
     target="_blank">
    <button class="btn btn-social btn-facebook">
      <span class="icon icon-facebook">
      </span> 
      Share on Facebook
    </button>
  </a>

  <a href="https://www.facebook.com/FarmersForBritain" target="_blank">
    <button class="btn btn-social btn-facebook">
      <span class="icon icon-facebook">
      </span>
      Like  on Facebook
    </button>
  </a>
</div>

How do I calculate r-squared using Python and Numpy?

The wikipedia article on r-squareds suggests that it may be used for general model fitting rather than just linear regression.

HTML5 Canvas Rotate Image

The other solution works great for square images. Here is a solution that will work for an image of any dimension. The canvas will always fit the image rather than the other solution which may cause portions of the image to be cropped off.

var canvas;

var angleInDegrees=0;

var image=document.createElement("img");
image.onload=function(){

    drawRotated(0);
}
image.src="http://greekgear.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/bob-barker.jpg";

$("#clockwise").click(function(){ 
    angleInDegrees+=90 % 360;
    drawRotated(angleInDegrees);
});

$("#counterclockwise").click(function(){ 
    if(angleInDegrees == 0)
        angleInDegrees = 270;
    else
        angleInDegrees-=90 % 360;
    drawRotated(angleInDegrees);
});

function drawRotated(degrees){
    if(canvas) document.body.removeChild(canvas);

    canvas = document.createElement("canvas");
    var ctx=canvas.getContext("2d");
    canvas.style.width="20%";

    if(degrees == 90 || degrees == 270) {
        canvas.width = image.height;
        canvas.height = image.width;
    } else {
        canvas.width = image.width;
        canvas.height = image.height;
    }

    ctx.clearRect(0,0,canvas.width,canvas.height);
    if(degrees == 90 || degrees == 270) {
        ctx.translate(image.height/2,image.width/2);
    } else {
        ctx.translate(image.width/2,image.height/2);
   }
    ctx.rotate(degrees*Math.PI/180);
    ctx.drawImage(image,-image.width/2,-image.height/2);

    document.body.appendChild(canvas);
}

http://jsfiddle.net/6ZsCz/1588/

Why does foo = filter(...) return a <filter object>, not a list?

From the documentation

Note that filter(function, iterable) is equivalent to [item for item in iterable if function(item)]

In python3, rather than returning a list; filter, map return an iterable. Your attempt should work on python2 but not in python3

Clearly, you are getting a filter object, make it a list.

shesaid = list(filter(greetings(), ["hello", "goodbye"]))

Extracting Ajax return data in jQuery

Change the .find to .filter...

Maven compile with multiple src directories

to make it work in intelliJ, you can also add

<generatedSourcesDirectory>src/main/generated</generatedSourcesDirectory>

to maven-compiler-plugin

How to negate code in "if" statement block in JavaScript -JQuery like 'if not then..'

Try negation operator ! before $(this):

if (!$(this).parent().next().is('ul')){

What is the difference between Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows and Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows Desktop?

A comparison between the different Visual Studio Express editions can be found at Visual Studio Express (archive.org link). The difference between Windows and Windows Desktop is that with the Windows edition you can build Windows Store Apps (using .NET, WPF/XAML) while the Windows Desktop edition allows you to write classic Windows Desktop applications. It is possible to install both products on the same machine.

Visual Studio Express 2010 allows you to build Windows Desktop applications. Writing Windows Store applications is not possible with this product.

For learning I would suggest Notepad and the command line. While an IDE provides significant productivity enhancements to professionals, it can be intimidating to a beginner. If you want to use an IDE nevertheless I would recommend Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows Desktop.


Update 2015-07-27: In addition to the Express Editions, Microsoft now offers Community Editions. These are still free for individual developers, open source contributors, and small teams. There are no Web, Windows, and Windows Desktop releases anymore either; the Community Edition can be used to develop any app type. In addition, the Community Edition does support (3rd party) Add-ins. The Community Edition offers the same functionality as the commercial Professional Edition.

how to get bounding box for div element in jquery

You can get the bounding box of any element by calling getBoundingClientRect

var rect = document.getElementById("myElement").getBoundingClientRect();

That will return an object with left, top, width and height fields.

How to find files modified in last x minutes (find -mmin does not work as expected)

Manual of find:

   Numeric arguments can be specified as

   +n     for greater than n,

   -n     for less than n,

   n      for exactly n.

   -amin n
          File was last accessed n minutes ago.

   -anewer file
          File was last accessed more recently than file was modified.  If file is a symbolic link and the -H option or the -L option is in effect, the access time of the file it points  to  is  always
          used.

   -atime n
          File  was  last  accessed  n*24 hours ago.  When find figures out how many 24-hour periods ago the file was last accessed, any fractional part is ignored, so to match -atime +1, a file has to
          have been accessed at least two days ago.

   -cmin n
          File's status was last changed n minutes ago.

   -cnewer file
          File's status was last changed more recently than file was modified.  If file is a symbolic link and the -H option or the -L option is in effect, the status-change time of the file it  points
          to is always used.

   -ctime n
          File's status was last changed n*24 hours ago.  See the comments for -atime to understand how rounding affects the interpretation of file status change times.

Example:

find /dir -cmin -60 # creation time
find /dir -mmin -60 # modification time
find /dir -amin -60 # access time

Solving sslv3 alert handshake failure when trying to use a client certificate

Not a definite answer but too much to fit in comments:

I hypothesize they gave you a cert that either has a wrong issuer (although their server could use a more specific alert code for that) or a wrong subject. We know the cert matches your privatekey -- because both curl and openssl client paired them without complaining about a mismatch; but we don't actually know it matches their desired CA(s) -- because your curl uses openssl and openssl SSL client does NOT enforce that a configured client cert matches certreq.CAs.

Do openssl x509 <clientcert.pem -noout -subject -issuer and the same on the cert from the test P12 that works. Do openssl s_client (or check the one you did) and look under Acceptable client certificate CA names; the name there or one of them should match (exactly!) the issuer(s) of your certs. If not, that's most likely your problem and you need to check with them you submitted your CSR to the correct place and in the correct way. Perhaps they have different regimes in different regions, or business lines, or test vs prod, or active vs pending, etc.

If the issuer of your cert does match desiredCAs, compare its subject to the working (test-P12) one: are they in similar format? are there any components in the working one not present in yours? If they allow it, try generating and submitting a new CSR with a subject name exactly the same as the test-P12 one, or as close as you can get, and see if that produces a cert that works better. (You don't have to generate a new key to do this, but if you choose to, keep track of which certs match which keys so you don't get them mixed up.) If that doesn't help look at the certificate extensions with openssl x509 <cert -noout -text for any difference(s) that might reasonably be related to subject authorization, like KeyUsage, ExtendedKeyUsage, maybe Policy, maybe Constraints, maybe even something nonstandard.

If all else fails, ask the server operator(s) what their logs say about the problem, or if you have access look at the logs yourself.

Printing a java map Map<String, Object> - How?

You may use Map.entrySet() method:

for (Map.Entry entry : objectSet.entrySet())
{
    System.out.println("key: " + entry.getKey() + "; value: " + entry.getValue());
}

'module' has no attribute 'urlencode'

import urllib.parse
urllib.parse.urlencode({'spam': 1, 'eggs': 2, 'bacon': 0})

Creating a URL in the controller .NET MVC

If you need the full url (for instance to send by email) consider using one of the following built-in methods:

With this you create the route to use to build the url:

Url.RouteUrl("OpinionByCompany", new RouteValueDictionary(new{cid=newop.CompanyID,oid=newop.ID}), HttpContext.Request.Url.Scheme, HttpContext.Request.Url.Authority)

Here the url is built after the route engine determine the correct one:

Url.Action("Detail","Opinion",new RouteValueDictionary(new{cid=newop.CompanyID,oid=newop.ID}),HttpContext.Request.Url.Scheme, HttpContext.Request.Url.Authority)

In both methods, the last 2 parameters specifies the protocol and hostname.

Regards.

Reverse ip, find domain names on ip address

windows user can just using the simple nslookup command

G:\wwwRoot\JavaScript Testing>nslookup 208.97.177.124
Server:  phicomm.me
Address:  192.168.2.1

Name:    apache2-argon.william-floyd.dreamhost.com
Address:  208.97.177.124


G:\wwwRoot\JavaScript Testing>

http://www.guidingtech.com/2890/find-ip-address-nslookup-command-windows/

if you want get more info, please check the following answer!

https://superuser.com/questions/287577/how-to-find-a-domain-based-on-the-ip-address/1177576#1177576

Setting onClickListener for the Drawable right of an EditText

Please use below trick:

  • Create an image button with your icon and set its background color to be transparent.
  • Put the image button on the EditText
  • Implement the 'onclic'k listener of the button to execute your function

Easy interview question got harder: given numbers 1..100, find the missing number(s) given exactly k are missing

Very nice problem. I'd go for using a set difference for Qk. A lot of programming languages even have support for it, like in Ruby:

missing = (1..100).to_a - bag

It's probably not the most efficient solution but it's one I would use in real life if I was faced with such a task in this case (known boundaries, low boundaries). If the set of number would be very large then I would consider a more efficient algorithm, of course, but until then the simple solution would be enough for me.

The target ... overrides the `OTHER_LDFLAGS` build setting defined in `Pods/Pods.xcconfig

This definitely works most of the time:

Go to your target Build Settings -> Other linker flags -> double click . Add $(inherited) to a new line.

If you have problem with "...target overrides the GCC_PREPROCESSOR_DEFINITIONS build setting defined in..." then you must add $(inherited) to your target Build Settings -> Preprocessor Macros

Saving a Numpy array as an image

You can use PyPNG. It's a pure Python (no dependencies) open source PNG encoder/decoder and it supports writing NumPy arrays as images.

stale element reference: element is not attached to the page document

What is the line which gives exception ??

The reason for this is because the element to which you have referred is removed from the DOM structure

I was facing the same problem while working with IEDriver. The reason was because javascript loaded the element one more time after i have referred so my date reference pointed to an unexisting object even if it was right their on UI. I used the following workaround.

try {
    WebElement date = driver.findElement(By.linkText(Utility.getSheetData(path, 7, 1, 2)));
    date.click();
}
catch(org.openqa.selenium.StaleElementReferenceException ex)
{
    WebElement date = driver.findElement(By.linkText(Utility.getSheetData(path, 7, 1, 2)));
    date.click();
}

See if the same can help you !

How do I remove all non alphanumeric characters from a string except dash?

Here is a non-regex heap allocation friendly fast solution which was what I was looking for.

Unsafe edition.

public static unsafe void ToAlphaNumeric(ref string input)
{
    fixed (char* p = input)
    {
        int offset = 0;
        for (int i = 0; i < input.Length; i++)
        {
            if (char.IsLetterOrDigit(p[i]))
            {
                p[offset] = input[i];
                offset++;
            }
        }
        ((int*)p)[-1] = offset; // Changes the length of the string
        p[offset] = '\0';
    }
}

And for those who don't want to use unsafe or don't trust the string length hack.

public static string ToAlphaNumeric(string input)
{
    int j = 0;
    char[] newCharArr = new char[input.Length];

    for (int i = 0; i < input.Length; i++)
    {
        if (char.IsLetterOrDigit(input[i]))
        {
            newCharArr[j] = input[i];
            j++;
        }
    }

    Array.Resize(ref newCharArr, j);

    return new string(newCharArr);
}

Map isn't showing on Google Maps JavaScript API v3 when nested in a div tag

FIXED

Give initial height of div and specify height in percentage in your style;

#map {
   height: 100%;
}

<div id="map" style="clear:both; height:200px;"></div> 

Can I execute a function after setState is finished updating?

setState(updater[, callback]) is an async function:

https://facebook.github.io/react/docs/react-component.html#setstate

You can execute a function after setState is finishing using the second param callback like:

this.setState({
    someState: obj
}, () => {
    this.afterSetStateFinished();
});

The same can be done with hooks in React functional component:

https://github.com/the-road-to-learn-react/use-state-with-callback#usage

Look at useStateWithCallbackLazy:

import { useStateWithCallbackLazy } from 'use-state-with-callback';

const [count, setCount] = useStateWithCallbackLazy(0);

setCount(count + 1, () => {
   afterSetCountFinished();
});

Substring in VBA

Test for ':' first, then take test string up to ':' or end, depending on if it was found

Dim strResult As String

' Position of :
intPos = InStr(1, strTest, ":")
If intPos > 0 Then
    ' : found, so take up to :
    strResult = Left(strTest, intPos - 1)
Else
    ' : not found, so take whole string
    strResult = strTest
End If

How to checkout in Git by date?

Looks like you need something along the lines of this: Git checkout based on date

In other words, you use rev-list to find the commit and then use checkout to actually get it.

If you don't want to lose your staged changes, the easiest thing would be to create a new branch and commit them to that branch. You can always switch back and forth between branches.

Edit: The link is down, so here's the command:

git checkout `git rev-list -n 1 --before="2009-07-27 13:37" master`

Java NoSuchAlgorithmException - SunJSSE, sun.security.ssl.SSLContextImpl$DefaultSSLContext

I had the similar issue. The problem was in the passwords: the Keystore and private key used different passwords. (KeyStore explorer was used)

After creating Keystore with the same password as private key had the issue was resolved.

How do I resolve "HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error" on IIS7.0

In my case, the value of the Key was incorrect in Web.config file:

    <defaultDocument>
        <files>
            <add value="Portal.htm" />
        </files>
    </defaultDocument>

when I change the value to "Portal.html" it worked.

how to open an URL in Swift3

Swift 3 version

import UIKit

protocol PhoneCalling {
    func call(phoneNumber: String)
}

extension PhoneCalling {
    func call(phoneNumber: String) {
        let cleanNumber = phoneNumber.replacingOccurrences(of: " ", with: "").replacingOccurrences(of: "-", with: "")
        guard let number = URL(string: "telprompt://" + cleanNumber) else { return }

        UIApplication.shared.open(number, options: [:], completionHandler: nil)
    }
}

Hibernate: flush() and commit()

flush(); Flushing is the process of synchronizing the underlying persistent store with persistable state held in memory. It will update or insert into your tables in the running transaction, but it may not commit those changes.

You need to flush in batch processing otherwise it may give OutOfMemoryException.

Commit(); Commit will make the database commit. When you have a persisted object and you change a value on it, it becomes dirty and hibernate needs to flush these changes to your persistence layer. So, you should commit but it also ends the unit of work (transaction.commit()).

How to solve “Microsoft Visual Studio (VS)” error “Unable to connect to the configured development Web server”

We solved this problem with deleting .vs folder on project folder and deleting temporary ASP.NET files.

1. Close the Visual Studio.
2. Delete .vs folder on project folder that includes applicationhost.config file.
3. Delete temporary ASP.NET Files located: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\Temporary ASP.NET Files\root

First Heroku deploy failed `error code=H10`

In my case there was no start command in the script section of package.json file. When I created the package.json file with npm init I did not create a start script command. So I went to the package.json file, under scripts I added a new entry:

 "scripts": {
    "start": "node index.js"
  },

Saved it and uploaded to Heroku and it worked

Java get month string from integer

Month enum

You could use the Month enum. This enum is defined as part of the new java.time framework built into Java 8 and later.

int monthNumber = 10;
Month.of(monthNumber).name();

The output would be:

OCTOBER

Localize

Localize to a language beyond English by calling getDisplayName on the same Enum.

String output = Month.OCTOBER.getDisplayName ( TextStyle.FULL , Locale.CANADA_FRENCH );

output:

octobre

Unrecognized SSL message, plaintext connection? Exception

HERE A VERY IMPORTANT ANSWER:

You just change your API URL String (in your method) from https to http.. This could also be the cause:

client.resource("http://192.168.0.100:8023/jaxrs/tester/tester");

instead of

client.resource("https://192.168.0.100:8023/jaxrs/tester/tester");

Create a temporary table in MySQL with an index from a select

Did find the answer on my own. My problem was, that i use two temporary tables for a join and create the second one out of the first one. But the Index was not copied during creation...

CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE tmpLivecheck (tmpid INTEGER NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, PRIMARY    
KEY(tmpid), INDEX(tmpid))
SELECT * FROM tblLivecheck_copy WHERE tblLivecheck_copy.devId = did;

CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE tmpLiveCheck2 (tmpid INTEGER NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY(tmpid), 
INDEX(tmpid))  
SELECT * FROM tmpLivecheck;

... solved my problem.

Greetings...

Crystal Reports - Adding a parameter to a 'Command' query

The solution I came up with was as follows:

  1. Create the SQL query in your favorite query dev tool
  2. In Crystal Reports, within the main report, create parameter to pass to the subreport
  3. Create sub report, using the 'Add Command' option in the 'Data' portion of the 'Report Creation Wizard' and the SQL query from #1.
  4. Once the subreport is added to the main report, right click on the subreport, choose 'Change Subreport Links...', select the link field, and uncheck 'Select data in subreport based on field:'

    NOTE: You may have to initially add the parameter with the 'Select data in subreport based on field:' checked, then go back to 'Change Subreport Links ' and uncheck it after the subreport has been created.

  5. In the subreport, click the 'Report' menu, 'Select Expert', use the 'Formula Editor', set the SQL column from #1 either equal to or like the parameter(s) selected in #4.

                    (Subreport SQL Column)  (Parameter from Main Report)
            Example:  {Command.Project} like {?Pm-?Proj_Name}
    

Check if application is installed - Android

@Override 
protected void onResume() {
    super.onResume();
    boolean installed = false;

    while (!installed) {
        installed = appInstalledOrNot (APPPACKAGE);
        if (installed) {
            Toast.makeText(this, "App installed", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show ();
        }
    }
} 

private boolean appInstalledOrNot (String uri) {
    PackageManager pm = getPackageManager();
    boolean app_installed = false;
    try {
        pm.getPackageInfo(uri, PackageManager.GET_ACTIVITIES);
        app_installed = true;
    } catch (PackageManager.NameNotFoundException e) {
        app_installed = false;
    }
    return app_installed;
}

How to extract the n-th elements from a list of tuples?

Timings for Python 3.6 for extracting the second element from a 2-tuple list.

Also, added numpy array method, which is simpler to read (but arguably simpler than the list comprehension).

from operator import itemgetter
elements = [(1,1) for _ in range(100000)]

%timeit second = [x[1] for x in elements]
%timeit second = list(map(itemgetter(1), elements))
%timeit second = dict(elements).values()
%timeit second = list(zip(*elements))[1]
%timeit second = np.array(elements)[:,1]

and the timings:

list comprehension:  4.73 ms ± 206 µs per loop
list(map):           5.3 ms ± 167 µs per loop
dict:                2.25 ms ± 103 µs per loop
list(zip)            5.2 ms ± 252 µs per loop
numpy array:        28.7 ms ± 1.88 ms per loop

Note that map() and zip() do not return a list anymore, hence the explicit conversion.

How to write multiple conditions of if-statement in Robot Framework

The below code worked fine:

Run Keyword if    '${value1}' \ \ == \ \ '${cost1}' \ and \ \ '${value2}' \ \ == \ \ 'cost2'    LOG    HELLO

Connection pooling options with JDBC: DBCP vs C3P0

I was having trouble with DBCP when the connections times out so I trialled c3p0. I was going to release this to production but then started performance testing. I found that c3p0 performed terribly. I couldn't configure it to perform well at all. I found it twice as slow as DBCP.

I then tried the Tomcat connection pooling.

This was twice as fast as c3p0 and fixed other issues I was having with DBCP. I spent a lot of time investigating and testing the 3 pools. My advice if you are deploying to Tomcat is to use the new Tomcat JDBC pool.

Specifing width of a flexbox flex item: width or basis?

The bottom statement is equivalent to:

.half {
   flex-grow: 0;
   flex-shrink: 0;
   flex-basis: 50%;
}

Which, in this case, would be equivalent as the box is not allowed to flex and therefore retains the initial width set by flex-basis.

Flex-basis defines the default size of an element before the remaining space is distributed so if the element were allowed to flex (grow/shrink) it may not be 50% of the width of the page.

I've found that I regularly return to https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/a-guide-to-flexbox/ for help regarding flexbox :)

adding noise to a signal in python

AWGN Similar to Matlab Function

def awgn(sinal):
    regsnr=54
    sigpower=sum([math.pow(abs(sinal[i]),2) for i in range(len(sinal))])
    sigpower=sigpower/len(sinal)
    noisepower=sigpower/(math.pow(10,regsnr/10))
    noise=math.sqrt(noisepower)*(np.random.uniform(-1,1,size=len(sinal)))
    return noise

Factorial using Recursion in Java

To understand it you have to declare the method in the simplest way possible and martynas nailed it on May 6th post:

int fact(int n) {
    if(n==0) return 1;
    else return n * fact(n-1);
}

read the above implementation and you will understand.

Mockito: List Matchers with generics

Before Java 8 (versions 7 or 6) I use the new method ArgumentMatchers.anyList:

import static org.mockito.Mockito.*;
import org.mockito.ArgumentMatchers;

verify(mock, atLeastOnce()).process(ArgumentMatchers.<Bar>anyList());

fatal: early EOF fatal: index-pack failed

I got this error when git ran out of memory.

Freeing up some memory (in this case: letting a compile job finish) and trying again worked for me.

How to scanf only integer and repeat reading if the user enters non-numeric characters?

#include <stdio.h>
main()
{
    char str[100];
    int num;
    while(1) {
        printf("Enter a number: ");
        scanf("%[^0-9]%d",str,&num);
        printf("You entered the number %d\n",num);
    }
    return 0;
}

%[^0-9] in scanf() gobbles up all that is not between 0 and 9. Basically it cleans the input stream of non-digits and puts it in str. Well, the length of non-digit sequence is limited to 100. The following %d selects only integers in the input stream and places it in num.

How to create a shared library with cmake?

Always specify the minimum required version of cmake

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.9)

You should declare a project. cmake says it is mandatory and it will define convenient variables PROJECT_NAME, PROJECT_VERSION and PROJECT_DESCRIPTION (this latter variable necessitate cmake 3.9):

project(mylib VERSION 1.0.1 DESCRIPTION "mylib description")

Declare a new library target. Please avoid the use of file(GLOB ...). This feature does not provide attended mastery of the compilation process. If you are lazy, copy-paste output of ls -1 sources/*.cpp :

add_library(mylib SHARED
    sources/animation.cpp
    sources/buffers.cpp
    [...]
)

Set VERSION property (optional but it is a good practice):

set_target_properties(mylib PROPERTIES VERSION ${PROJECT_VERSION})

You can also set SOVERSION to a major number of VERSION. So libmylib.so.1 will be a symlink to libmylib.so.1.0.0.

set_target_properties(mylib PROPERTIES SOVERSION 1)

Declare public API of your library. This API will be installed for the third-party application. It is a good practice to isolate it in your project tree (like placing it include/ directory). Notice that, private headers should not be installed and I strongly suggest to place them with the source files.

set_target_properties(mylib PROPERTIES PUBLIC_HEADER include/mylib.h)

If you work with subdirectories, it is not very convenient to include relative paths like "../include/mylib.h". So, pass a top directory in included directories:

target_include_directories(mylib PRIVATE .)

or

target_include_directories(mylib PRIVATE include)
target_include_directories(mylib PRIVATE src)

Create an install rule for your library. I suggest to use variables CMAKE_INSTALL_*DIR defined in GNUInstallDirs:

include(GNUInstallDirs)

And declare files to install:

install(TARGETS mylib
    LIBRARY DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}
    PUBLIC_HEADER DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_INCLUDEDIR})

You may also export a pkg-config file. This file allows a third-party application to easily import your library:

Create a template file named mylib.pc.in (see pc(5) manpage for more information):

prefix=@CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX@
exec_prefix=@CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX@
libdir=${exec_prefix}/@CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR@
includedir=${prefix}/@CMAKE_INSTALL_INCLUDEDIR@

Name: @PROJECT_NAME@
Description: @PROJECT_DESCRIPTION@
Version: @PROJECT_VERSION@

Requires:
Libs: -L${libdir} -lmylib
Cflags: -I${includedir}

In your CMakeLists.txt, add a rule to expand @ macros (@ONLY ask to cmake to not expand variables of the form ${VAR}):

configure_file(mylib.pc.in mylib.pc @ONLY)

And finally, install generated file:

install(FILES ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/mylib.pc DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR}/pkgconfig)

You may also use cmake EXPORT feature. However, this feature is only compatible with cmake and I find it difficult to use.

Finally the entire CMakeLists.txt should looks like:

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.9)
project(mylib VERSION 1.0.1 DESCRIPTION "mylib description")
include(GNUInstallDirs)
add_library(mylib SHARED src/mylib.c)
set_target_properties(mylib PROPERTIES
    VERSION ${PROJECT_VERSION}
    SOVERSION 1
    PUBLIC_HEADER api/mylib.h)
configure_file(mylib.pc.in mylib.pc @ONLY)
target_include_directories(mylib PRIVATE .)
install(TARGETS mylib
    LIBRARY DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}
    PUBLIC_HEADER DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_INCLUDEDIR})
install(FILES ${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/mylib.pc
    DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_DATAROOTDIR}/pkgconfig)

How do I update a formula with Homebrew?

You can't use brew install to upgrade an installed formula. If you want upgrade all of outdated formulas, you can use the command below.

brew outdated | xargs brew upgrade

Android XXHDPI resources

The DPI of the screen of the Nexus 10 is ±300, which is in the unofficial xhdpi range of 280-400.

Usually, devices use resources designed for their density. But there are exceptions, and exceptions might be added in the future. The Nexus 10 uses xxhdpi resources when it comes to launcher icons.

The standard quantised DPI for xxhdpi is 480 (which means screens with a DPI somewhere in the range of 400-560 are probably xxhdpi).

How to join three table by laravel eloquent model

Try:

$articles = DB::table('articles')
            ->select('articles.id as articles_id', ..... )
            ->join('categories', 'articles.categories_id', '=', 'categories.id')
            ->join('users', 'articles.user_id', '=', 'user.id')

            ->get();

PHP: Best way to check if input is a valid number?

The most secure way

if(preg_replace('/^(\-){0,1}[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+){0,1}/', '', $value) == ""){
  //if all made of numbers "-" or ".", then yes is number;
}

jquery data selector

If you also use jQueryUI, you get a (simple) version of the :data selector with it that checks for the presence of a data item, so you can do something like $("div:data(view)"), or $( this ).closest(":data(view)").

See http://api.jqueryui.com/data-selector/ . I don't know for how long they've had it, but it's there now!

Can I do Model->where('id', ARRAY) multiple where conditions?

There's whereIn():

$items = DB::table('items')->whereIn('id', [1, 2, 3])->get();

How to replace sql field value

Try this query it ll change the records ends with .com

 UPDATE tablename SET email = replace(email, '.com', '.org') WHERE  email LIKE '%.com';

Find files in a folder using Java

  • Matcher.find and Files.walk methods could be an option to search files in more flexible way
  • String.format combines regular expressions to create search restrictions
  • Files.isRegularFile checks if a path is't directory, symbolic link, etc.

Usage:

//Searches file names (start with "temp" and extension ".txt")
//in the current directory and subdirectories recursively
Path initialPath = Paths.get(".");
PathUtils.searchRegularFilesStartsWith(initialPath, "temp", ".txt").
                                       stream().forEach(System.out::println);

Source:

public final class PathUtils {

    private static final String startsWithRegex = "(?<![_ \\-\\p{L}\\d\\[\\]\\(\\) ])";
    private static final String endsWithRegex = "(?=[\\.\\n])";
    private static final String containsRegex = "%s(?:[^\\/\\\\]*(?=((?i)%s(?!.))))";

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFilesStartsWith(final Path initialPath, 
                             final String fileName, final String fileExt) throws IOException {
        return searchRegularFiles(initialPath, startsWithRegex + fileName, fileExt);
    }

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFilesEndsWith(final Path initialPath, 
                             final String fileName, final String fileExt) throws IOException {
        return searchRegularFiles(initialPath, fileName + endsWithRegex, fileExt);
    }

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFilesAll(final Path initialPath) throws IOException {
        return searchRegularFiles(initialPath, "", "");
    }

    public static List<Path> searchRegularFiles(final Path initialPath,
                             final String fileName, final String fileExt)
            throws IOException {
        final String regex = String.format(containsRegex, fileName, fileExt);
        final Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile(regex);
        try (Stream<Path> walk = Files.walk(initialPath.toRealPath())) {
            return walk.filter(path -> Files.isRegularFile(path) &&
                                       pattern.matcher(path.toString()).find())
                    .collect(Collectors.toList());
        }
    }

    private PathUtils() {
    }
}

Try startsWith regex for \txt\temp\tempZERO0.txt:

(?<![_ \-\p{L}\d\[\]\(\) ])temp(?:[^\/\\]*(?=((?i)\.txt(?!.))))

Try endsWith regex for \txt\temp\ZERO0temp.txt:

temp(?=[\\.\\n])(?:[^\/\\]*(?=((?i)\.txt(?!.))))

Try contains regex for \txt\temp\tempZERO0tempZERO0temp.txt:

temp(?:[^\/\\]*(?=((?i)\.txt(?!.))))

Using Tkinter in python to edit the title bar

Here it is nice and simple.

root = tkinter.Tk()
root.title('My Title')

root is the window you create and root.title() sets the title of that window.