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This project references NuGet package(s) that are missing on this computer

One solution would be to remove from the .csproj file the following:

<Import Project="$(SolutionDir)\.nuget\NuGet.targets" Condition="Exists('$(SolutionDir)\.nuget\NuGet.targets')" />

This project references NuGet package(s) that are missing on this computer. Enable NuGet Package Restore to download them. For more information, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=322105. The missing file is {0}.

How do I install pip on macOS or OS X?

$ sudo port install py27-pip

Then update your PATH to include py27-pip bin directory (you can add this in ~/.bash_profile PATH=/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin:$PATH

pip will be available in new terminal window.

Updating the value of data attribute using jQuery

$('.toggle img').each(function(index) { 
    if($(this).attr('data-id') == '4')
    {
        $(this).attr('data-block', 'something');
        $(this).attr('src', 'something.jpg');
    }
});

or

$('.toggle img[data-id="4"]').attr('data-block', 'something');
$('.toggle img[data-id="4"]').attr('src', 'something.jpg');

ESLint Parsing error: Unexpected token

"parser": "babel-eslint" helped me to fix the issue

{
    "parser": "babel-eslint",
    "parserOptions": {
        "ecmaVersion": 6,
        "sourceType": "module",
        "ecmaFeatures": {
            "jsx": true,
            "modules": true,
            "experimentalObjectRestSpread": true
        }
    },
    "plugins": [
        "react"
    ],
    "extends": ["eslint:recommended", "plugin:react/recommended"],
    "rules": {
        "comma-dangle": 0,
        "react/jsx-uses-vars": 1,
        "react/display-name": 1,
        "no-unused-vars": "warn",
        "no-console": 1,
        "no-unexpected-multiline": "warn"
    },
    "settings": {
        "react": {
            "pragma": "React",
            "version": "15.6.1"
        }
    }
}

Reference

Code coverage with Mocha

Now (2021) the preferred way to use istanbul is via its "state of the art command line interface" nyc.

Setup

First, install it in your project with

npm i nyc --save-dev

Then, if you have a npm based project, just change the test script inside the scripts object of your package.json file to execute code coverage of your mocha tests:

{
  "scripts": {
    "test": "nyc --reporter=text mocha"
  }
}

Run

Now run your tests

npm test

and you will see a table like this in your console, just after your tests output:

Istanbul Nyc Mocha code coverage

Customization

Html report

Just use

nyc --reporter=html

instead of text. Now it will produce a report inside ./coverage/index.html.

Report formats

Istanbul supports a wide range of report formats. Just look at its reports library to find the most useful for you. Just add a --reporter=REPORTER_NAME option for each format you want. For example, with

nyc --reporter=html --reporter=text

you will have both the console and the html report.

Don't run coverage with npm test

Just add another script in your package.json and leave the test script with only your test runner (e.g. mocha):

{
  "scripts": {
    "test": "mocha",
    "test-with-coverage": "nyc --reporter=text mocha"
  }
}

Now run this custom script

npm run test-with-coverage

to run tests with code coverage.

Force test failing if code coverage is low

Fail if the total code coverage is below 90%:

nyc --check-coverage --lines 90 

Fail if the code coverage of at least one file is below 90%:

nyc --check-coverage --lines 90 --per-file

How do I fix "The expression of type List needs unchecked conversion...'?

If you don't want to put @SuppressWarning("unchecked") on each sf.getEntries() call, you can always make a wrapper that will return List.

See this other question

Add Twitter Bootstrap icon to Input box

Updated Bootstrap 3.x

You can use the .input-group class like this:

<div class="input-group">
    <input type="text" class="form-control"/>
    <span class="input-group-addon">
        <i class="fa fa-search"></i>
    </span>
</div>

Working Demo in jsFiddle for 3.x


Bootstrap 2.x

You can use the .input-append class like this:

<div class="input-append">
    <input class="span2" type="text">
    <button type="submit" class="btn">
        <i class="icon-search"></i>
    </button>
</div>

Working Demo in jsFiddle for 2.x


Both will look like this:

screenshot outside

If you'd like the icon inside the input box, like this:

screenshot inside

Then see my answer to Add a Bootstrap Glyphicon to Input Box

How to Insert Double or Single Quotes

Or Select range and Format cells > Custom \"@\"

How to align this span to the right of the div?

Working with floats is bit messy:

This as many other 'trivial' layout tricks can be done with flexbox.

   div.container {
     display: flex;
     justify-content: space-between;
   }

In 2017 I think this is preferred solution (over float) if you don't have to support legacy browsers: https://caniuse.com/#feat=flexbox

Check fiddle how different float usages compares to flexbox ("may include some competing answers"): https://jsfiddle.net/b244s19k/25/. If you still need to stick with float I recommended third version of course.

Find all elements on a page whose element ID contains a certain text using jQuery

Thanks to both of you. This worked perfectly for me.

$("input[type='text'][id*=" + strID + "]:visible").each(function() {
    this.value=strVal;
});

Read from a gzip file in python

Try gzipping some data through the gzip libary like this...

import gzip
content = "Lots of content here"
f = gzip.open('Onlyfinnaly.log.gz', 'wb')
f.write(content)
f.close()

... then run your code as posted ...

import gzip
f=gzip.open('Onlyfinnaly.log.gz','rb')
file_content=f.read()
print file_content

This method worked for me as for some reason the gzip library fails to read some files.

Set scroll position

Note that if you want to scroll an element instead of the full window, elements don't have the scrollTo and scrollBy methods. You should:

var el = document.getElementById("myel"); // Or whatever method to get the element

// To set the scroll
el.scrollTop = 0;
el.scrollLeft = 0;

// To increment the scroll
el.scrollTop += 100;
el.scrollLeft += 100;

You can also mimic the window.scrollTo and window.scrollBy functions to all the existant HTML elements in the webpage on browsers that don't support it natively:

Object.defineProperty(HTMLElement.prototype, "scrollTo", {
    value: function(x, y) {
        el.scrollTop = y;
        el.scrollLeft = x;
    },
    enumerable: false
});

Object.defineProperty(HTMLElement.prototype, "scrollBy", {
    value: function(x, y) {
        el.scrollTop += y;
        el.scrollLeft += x;
    },
    enumerable: false
});

so you can do:

var el = document.getElementById("myel"); // Or whatever method to get the element, again

// To set the scroll
el.scrollTo(0, 0);

// To increment the scroll
el.scrollBy(100, 100);

NOTE: Object.defineProperty is encouraged, as directly adding properties to the prototype is a breaking bad habit (When you see it :-).

Change url query string value using jQuery

purls $.params() used without a parameter will give you a key-value object of the parameters.

jQuerys $.param() will build a querystring from the supplied object/array.

var params = parsedUrl.param();
delete params["page"];

var newUrl = "?page=" + $(this).val() + "&" + $.param(params);

Update
I've no idea why I used delete here...

var params = parsedUrl.param();
params["page"] = $(this).val();

var newUrl = "?" + $.param(params);

HTML5 and frameborder

HTML 5 doesn't support attributes such as frameborder, scrolling, marginwidth, and marginheight (which were supported in HTML 4.01). Instead, the HTML 5 specification has introduced the seamless attribute. The seamless attribute allows the inline frame to appear as though it is being rendered as part of the containing document. For example, borders and scrollbars will not appear.

According to MDN

frameborder Obsolete since HTML5

The value 1 (the default) draws a border around this frame. The value 0 removes the border around this frame, but you should instead use the CSS property border to control borders.

Like the quote above says, you should remove the border with CSS;
either inline (style="border: none;") or in your stylesheet (iframe { border: none; }).

That being said, there doesn't seem to be a single iframe provider that doesn't use frameborder="0". Even YouTube still uses the attribute and doesn't even provide a style attribute to make iframes backwards compatible for when frameborder isn't supported anymore. It's safe to say that the attribute isn't going anywhere soon. This leaves you with 3 options:

  1. Keep using frameborder, just to be sure it works (for now)
  2. Use CSS, to do the "right" thing
  3. Use both. Although this doesn't resolve the incompatibility problem (just like option 1), it does and will work in every browser that has been and will be

As for the previous state of this decade-old answer:

The seamless attribute has been supported for such a short time (or not at all by some browsers), that MDN doesn't even list it as a deprecated feature. Don't use it and don't get confused by the comments below.

How to change color of Toolbar back button in Android?

You can add this code into your java class. But you must create a vector asset before, so you can customize your arrow back.

actionBar.setHomeAsUpIndicator(R.drawable.ic_arrow_back_black_24dp);

isset in jQuery?

function el(id) {
  return document.getElementById(id);
}

if (el('one') || el('two') || el('three')) { 
  alert('yes');

} else if (el('four')) {
  alert('no');
}

Eloquent ->first() if ->exists()

Try it this way in a simple manner it will work

$userset = User::where('name',$data['name'])->first();
if(!$userset) echo "no user found";

SQL Add foreign key to existing column

ALTER TABLE Faculty 
WITH CHECK ADD  CONSTRAINT FKFacultyBook
FOREIGN KEY FacId
REFERENCES Book Book_Id

ALTER TABLE Faculty 
WITH CHECK ADD  CONSTRAINT FKFacultyStudent 
FOREIGN KEY FacId
REFERENCES Student StuId

Can RDP clients launch remote applications and not desktops

This is called RemoteApp. To use it you need to install Terminal Services, which is now called Remote Desktop Services.

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/10817.publishing-remoteapps-in-windows-server-2012.aspx

How can you encode a string to Base64 in JavaScript?

There's a couple of bugs in both implementations of _utf8_decode. c1 and c2 are assigned as global variables due to broken use of the var statement, and c3 is not initialized or declared at all.

It works, but these variables will overwrite any existing ones with the same name outside this function.

Here's a version that won't do this:

// private method for UTF-8 decoding
_utf8_decode : function (utftext) {
    var string = "";
    var i = 0;
    var c = 0, c1 = 0, c2 = 0;

    while ( i < utftext.length ) {

        c = utftext.charCodeAt(i);

        if (c < 128) {
            string += String.fromCharCode(c);
            i++;
        }
        else if((c > 191) && (c < 224)) {
            c1 = utftext.charCodeAt(i+1);
            string += String.fromCharCode(((c & 31) << 6) | (c1 & 63));
            i += 2;
        }
        else {
            c1 = utftext.charCodeAt(i+1);
            c2 = utftext.charCodeAt(i+2);
            string += String.fromCharCode(((c & 15) << 12) | ((c1 & 63) << 6) | (c2 & 63));
            i += 3;
        }

    }
    return string;
}

Convert data file to blob

As pointed in the comments, file is a blob:

file instanceof Blob; // true

And you can get its content with the file reader API https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Web/API/FileReader

Read more: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Using_files_from_web_applications

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var input = document.querySelector('input[type=file]');
var textarea = document.querySelector('textarea');

function readFile(event) {
  textarea.textContent = event.target.result;
  console.log(event.target.result);
}

function changeFile() {
  var file = input.files[0];
  var reader = new FileReader();
  reader.addEventListener('load', readFile);
  reader.readAsText(file);
}

input.addEventListener('change', changeFile);
_x000D_
<input type="file">
<textarea rows="10" cols="50"></textarea>
_x000D_
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_x000D_

How to run ssh-add on windows?

If you are not using GitBash - you need to start your ssh-agent using this command

start-ssh-agent.cmd

This is brutally buried in the comments and hard to find. This should be accepted answer.

If your ssh agent is not set up, you can open PowerShell as admin and set it to manual mode

Get-Service -Name ssh-agent | Set-Service -StartupType Manual

android: data binding error: cannot find symbol class

this is your code

ContactListActivityBinding binding = DataBindingUtil.setContentView(this, R.layout.activity_contact_list);

Replace this code

ActivityMainBinding binding = DataBindingUtil.setContentView(this, R.layout.activity_contact_list);

How to set the JSTL variable value in javascript?

You have to use the normal string concatenation but you have to make sure the value is a Valid XML string, you will find a good practice to write XML in this source http://oreilly.com/pub/h/2127, or if you like you can use an API in javascript to write XML as helma for example.

How to get the id of the element clicked using jQuery

Since you are loading in the spans via ajax you will have to attach delegate handlers to the events to catch them as they bubble up.

$(document).on('click','span',function(e){
    console.log(e.target.id)
})

you will want to attach the event to the closest static member you can to increase efficiency.

$('#main_div').on('click','span',function(e){
    console.log(e.target.id)
})

is better than binding to the document for instance.

This question may help you understand

Direct vs. Delegated - jQuery .on()

Passing a Bundle on startActivity()?

Write this is the activity you are in:

Intent intent = new Intent(CurrentActivity.this,NextActivity.class);
intent.putExtras("string_name","string_to_pass");
startActivity(intent);

In the NextActivity.java

Intent getIntent = getIntent();
//call a TextView object to set the string to
TextView text = (TextView)findViewById(R.id.textview_id);
text.setText(getIntent.getStringExtra("string_name"));

This works for me, you can try it.

Source:https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/how-to-send-the-data-one-activity-to-another-activity-in-android-application/

Show "loading" animation on button click

try

$("#btnId").click(function(e){
 e.preventDefault();
 //show loading gif

 $.ajax({
  ...
  success:function(data){
   //remove gif
  },
  error:function(){//remove gif}

 });
});

EDIT: after reading the comments

in case you decide against ajax

$("#btnId").click(function(e){
     e.preventDefault();
     //show loading gif
     $(this).closest('form').submit();
});

Deserializing JSON to .NET object using Newtonsoft (or LINQ to JSON maybe?)

You can use the C# dynamic type to make things easier. This technique also makes re-factoring simpler as it does not rely on magic-strings.

JSON

The JSON string below is a simple response from an HTTP API call, and it defines two properties: Id and Name.

{"Id": 1, "Name": "biofractal"}

C#

Use JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<dynamic>() to deserialize this string into a dynamic type then simply access its properties in the usual way.

dynamic results = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<dynamic>(json);
var id = results.Id;
var name= results.Name;

If you specify the type of the results variable as dynamic, instead of using the var keyword, then the property values will correctly deserialize, e.g. Id to an int and not a JValue (thanks to GFoley83 for the comment below).

Note: The NuGet link for the Newtonsoft assembly is http://nuget.org/packages/newtonsoft.json.

Package: You can also add the package with nuget live installer, with your project opened just do browse package and then just install it install, unistall, update, it will just be added to your project under Dependencies/NuGet

How to execute an external program from within Node.js?

var exec = require('child_process').exec;
exec('pwd', function callback(error, stdout, stderr){
    // result
});

dataframe: how to groupBy/count then filter on count in Scala

So, is that a behavior to expect, a bug

Truth be told I am not sure. It looks like parser is interpreting count not as a column name but a function and expects following parentheses. Looks like a bug or at least a serious limitation of the parser.

is there a canonical way to go around?

Some options have been already mentioned by Herman and mattinbits so here more SQLish approach from me:

import org.apache.spark.sql.functions.count

df.groupBy("x").agg(count("*").alias("cnt")).where($"cnt"  > 2)

Generate preview image from Video file?

Two ways come to mind:

  • Using a command-line tool like the popular ffmpeg, however you will almost always need an own server (or a very nice server administrator / hosting company) to get that

  • Using the "screenshoot" plugin for the LongTail Video player that allows the creation of manual screenshots that are then sent to a server-side script.

How to prevent background scrolling when Bootstrap 3 modal open on mobile browsers?

My solution...

Ver en jsfiddle

//Fix modal mobile Boostrap 3
function Show(id){
    //Fix CSS
    $(".modal-footer").css({"padding":"19px 20px 20px","margin-top":"15px","text-align":"right","border-top":"1px solid #e5e5e5"});
    $(".modal-body").css("overflow-y","auto");
    //Fix .modal-body height
    $('#'+id).on('shown.bs.modal',function(){
        $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").css("height","auto");
        h1=$("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").height();
        h2=$(window).height();
        h3=$("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").height();
        h4=h2-(h1-h3);      
        if($(window).width()>=768){
            if(h1>h2){
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").height(h4);
            }
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin","30px auto");
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border","1px solid rgba(0,0,0,0.2)");
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border-radius",6);               
            if($("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").height()+30>h2){
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin-top","0px");
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin-bottom","0px");
            }
        }
        else{
            //Fix full-screen in mobiles
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").height(h4);
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin",0);
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border",0);
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border-radius",0);   
        }
        //Aply changes on screen resize (example: mobile orientation)
        window.onresize=function(){
            $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").css("height","auto");
            h1=$("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").height();
            h2=$(window).height();
            h3=$("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").height();
            h4=h2-(h1-h3);
            if($(window).width()>=768){
                if(h1>h2){
                    $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").height(h4);
                }
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin","30px auto");
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border","1px solid rgba(0,0,0,0.2)");
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border-radius",6);               
                if($("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").height()+30>h2){
                    $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin-top","0px");
                    $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin-bottom","0px");
                }
            }
            else{
                //Fix full-screen in mobiles
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body").height(h4);
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog").css("margin",0);
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border",0);
                $("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content").css("border-radius",0);   
            }
        };
    });  
    //Free event listener
    $('#'+id).on('hide.bs.modal',function(){
        window.onresize=function(){};
    });  
    //Mobile haven't scrollbar, so this is touch event scrollbar implementation
    var y1=0;
    var y2=0;
    var div=$("#"+id+">.modal-dialog>.modal-content>.modal-body")[0];
    div.addEventListener("touchstart",function(event){
        y1=event.touches[0].clientY;
    });
    div.addEventListener("touchmove",function(event){
        event.preventDefault();
        y2=event.touches[0].clientY;
        var limite=div.scrollHeight-div.clientHeight;
        var diff=div.scrollTop+y1-y2;
        if(diff<0)diff=0;
        if(diff>limite)diff=limite;
        div.scrollTop=diff;
        y1=y2;
    });
    //Fix position modal, scroll to top.    
    $('html, body').scrollTop(0);
    //Show
    $("#"+id).modal('show');
}

What is REST? Slightly confused

REST is an architectural style and a design for network-based software architectures.

REST concepts are referred to as resources. A representation of a resource must be stateless. It is represented via some media type. Some examples of media types include XML, JSON, and RDF. Resources are manipulated by components. Components request and manipulate resources via a standard uniform interface. In the case of HTTP, this interface consists of standard HTTP ops e.g. GET, PUT, POST, DELETE.

REST is typically used over HTTP, primarily due to the simplicity of HTTP and its very natural mapping to RESTful principles. REST however is not tied to any specific protocol.

Fundamental REST Principles

Client-Server Communication

Client-server architectures have a very distinct separation of concerns. All applications built in the RESTful style must also be client-server in principle.

Stateless

Each client request to the server requires that its state be fully represented. The server must be able to completely understand the client request without using any server context or server session state. It follows that all state must be kept on the client. We will discuss stateless representation in more detail later.

Cacheable

Cache constraints may be used, thus enabling response data to to be marked as cacheable or not-cachable. Any data marked as cacheable may be reused as the response to the same subsequent request.

Uniform Interface

All components must interact through a single uniform interface. Because all component interaction occurs via this interface, interaction with different services is very simple. The interface is the same! This also means that implementation changes can be made in isolation. Such changes, will not affect fundamental component interaction because the uniform interface is always unchanged. One disadvantage is that you are stuck with the interface. If an optimization could be provided to a specific service by changing the interface, you are out of luck as REST prohibits this. On the bright side, however, REST is optimized for the web, hence incredible popularity of REST over HTTP!

The above concepts represent defining characteristics of REST and differentiate the REST architecture from other architectures like web services. It is useful to note that a REST service is a web service, but a web service is not necessarily a REST service.

See this blog post on REST Design Principals for more details on REST and the above principles.

Python and pip, list all versions of a package that's available?

I came up with dead-simple bash script. Thanks to jq's author.

#!/bin/bash
set -e

PACKAGE_JSON_URL="https://pypi.org/pypi/${1}/json"

curl -L -s "$PACKAGE_JSON_URL" | jq  -r '.releases | keys | .[]' | sort -V

Update:

  • Add sorting by version number.
  • Add -L to follow redirects.

Passing enum or object through an intent (the best solution)

This is an old question, but everybody fails to mention that Enums are actually Serializable and therefore can perfectly be added to an Intent as an extra. Like this:

public enum AwesomeEnum {
  SOMETHING, OTHER;
}

intent.putExtra("AwesomeEnum", AwesomeEnum.SOMETHING);

AwesomeEnum result = (AwesomeEnum) intent.getSerializableExtra("AwesomeEnum");

The suggestion to use static or application-wide variables is a really bad idea. This really couples your activities to a state managing system, and it is hard to maintain, debug and problem bound.


ALTERNATIVES:

A good point was noted by tedzyc about the fact that the solution provided by Oderik gives you an error. However, the alternative offered is a bit cumbersome to use (even using generics).

If you are really worried about the performance of adding the enum to an Intent I propose these alternatives instead:

OPTION 1:

public enum AwesomeEnum {
  SOMETHING, OTHER;
  private static final String name = AwesomeEnum.class.getName();
  public void attachTo(Intent intent) {
    intent.putExtra(name, ordinal());
  }
  public static AwesomeEnum detachFrom(Intent intent) {
    if(!intent.hasExtra(name)) throw new IllegalStateException();
    return values()[intent.getIntExtra(name, -1)];
  }
}

Usage:

// Sender usage
AwesomeEnum.SOMETHING.attachTo(intent);
// Receiver usage
AwesomeEnum result = AwesomeEnum.detachFrom(intent);

OPTION 2: (generic, reusable and decoupled from the enum)

public final class EnumUtil {
    public static class Serializer<T extends Enum<T>> extends Deserializer<T> {
        private T victim;
        @SuppressWarnings("unchecked") 
        public Serializer(T victim) {
            super((Class<T>) victim.getClass());
            this.victim = victim;
        }
        public void to(Intent intent) {
            intent.putExtra(name, victim.ordinal());
        }
    }
    public static class Deserializer<T extends Enum<T>> {
        protected Class<T> victimType;
        protected String name;
        public Deserializer(Class<T> victimType) {
            this.victimType = victimType;
            this.name = victimType.getName();
        }
        public T from(Intent intent) {
            if (!intent.hasExtra(name)) throw new IllegalStateException();
            return victimType.getEnumConstants()[intent.getIntExtra(name, -1)];
        }
    }
    public static <T extends Enum<T>> Deserializer<T> deserialize(Class<T> victim) {
        return new Deserializer<T>(victim);
    }
    public static <T extends Enum<T>> Serializer<T> serialize(T victim) {
        return new Serializer<T>(victim);
    }
}

Usage:

// Sender usage
EnumUtil.serialize(AwesomeEnum.Something).to(intent);
// Receiver usage
AwesomeEnum result = 
EnumUtil.deserialize(AwesomeEnum.class).from(intent);

OPTION 3 (with Kotlin):

It's been a while, but since now we have Kotlin, I thought I would add another option for the new paradigm. Here we can make use of extension functions and reified types (which retains the type when compiling).

inline fun <reified T : Enum<T>> Intent.putExtra(victim: T): Intent =
    putExtra(T::class.java.name, victim.ordinal)

inline fun <reified T: Enum<T>> Intent.getEnumExtra(): T? =
    getIntExtra(T::class.java.name, -1)
        .takeUnless { it == -1 }
        ?.let { T::class.java.enumConstants[it] }

There are a few benefits of doing it this way.

  • We don't require the "overhead" of an intermediary object to do the serialization as it's all done in place thanks to inline which will replace the calls with the code inside the function.
  • The functions are more familiar as they are similar to the SDK ones.
  • The IDE will autocomplete these functions which means there is no need to have previous knowledge of the utility class.

One of the downsides is that, if we change the order of the Emums, then any old reference will not work. This can be an issue with things like Intents inside pending intents as they may survive updates. However, for the rest of the time, it should be ok.

It's important to note that other solutions, like using the name instead of the position, will also fail if we rename any of the values. Although, in those cases, we get an exception instead of the incorrect Enum value.

Usage:

// Sender usage
intent.putExtra(AwesomeEnum.SOMETHING)
// Receiver usage
val result = intent.getEnumExtra<AwesomeEnum>()

ReactJS - Add custom event listener to component

I recommend using React.createRef() and ref=this.elementRef to get the DOM element reference instead of ReactDOM.findDOMNode(this). This way you can get the reference to the DOM element as an instance variable.

import React, { Component } from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';

class MenuItem extends Component {

  constructor(props) {
    super(props);

    this.elementRef = React.createRef();
  }

  handleNVFocus = event => {
      console.log('Focused: ' + this.props.menuItem.caption.toUpperCase());
  }
    
  componentDidMount() {
    this.elementRef.addEventListener('nv-focus', this.handleNVFocus);
  }

  componentWillUnmount() {
    this.elementRef.removeEventListener('nv-focus', this.handleNVFocus);
  }

  render() {
    return (
      <element ref={this.elementRef} />
    )
  }

}

export default MenuItem;

Create Excel files from C# without office

Unless you have Excel installed on the Server/PC or use an external tool (which is possible without using Excel Interop, see Create Excel (.XLS and .XLSX) file from C#), it will fail. Using the interop requires Excel to be installed.

simple way to display data in a .txt file on a webpage?

I find that if I try things that others say do not work, it's how I learn the most.

<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>README.txt</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<div id="list">
  <p><iframe src="README.txt" frameborder="0" height="400"
      width="95%"></iframe></p>
</div>

This worked for me. I used the yellow background-color that I set in the stylesheet.

#list  p {
    font: arial;
    font-size: 14px;
    background-color: yellow ;
}

Getting list of pixel values from PIL

Not PIL, but scipy.misc.imread might still be interesting:

import scipy.misc
im = scipy.misc.imread('um_000000.png', flatten=False, mode='RGB')
print(im.shape)

gives

(480, 640, 3)

so it is (height, width, channels). So you can iterate over it by

for y in range(im.shape[0]):
    for x in range(im.shape[1]):
        color = tuple(im[y][x])
        r, g, b = color

How to get date and time from server

No need to use date_default_timezone_set for the whole script, just specify the timezone you want with a DateTime object:

$now = new DateTime(null, new DateTimeZone('America/New_York'));
$now->setTimezone(new DateTimeZone('Europe/London'));    // Another way
echo $now->format("Y-m-d\TH:i:sO"); // something like "2015-02-11T06:16:47+0100" (ISO 8601)

getResources().getColor() is deprecated

It looks like the best approach is to use:

ContextCompat.getColor(context, R.color.color_name)

eg:

yourView.setBackgroundColor(ContextCompat.getColor(applicationContext,
                            R.color.colorAccent))

This will choose the Marshmallow two parameter method or the pre-Marshmallow method appropriately.

Multiple Forms or Multiple Submits in a Page?

Best practice: one form per product is definitely the way to go.

Benefits:

  • It will save you the hassle of having to parse the data to figure out which product was clicked
  • It will reduce the size of data being posted

In your specific situation

If you only ever intend to have one form element, in this case a submit button, one form for all should work just fine.


My recommendation Do one form per product, and change your markup to something like:

<form method="post" action="">
    <input type="hidden" name="product_id" value="123">
    <button type="submit" name="action" value="add_to_cart">Add to Cart</button>
</form>

This will give you a much cleaner and usable POST. No parsing. And it will allow you to add more parameters in the future (size, color, quantity, etc).

Note: There's no technical benefit to using <button> vs. <input>, but as a programmer I find it cooler to work with action=='add_to_cart' than action=='Add to Cart'. Besides, I hate mixing presentation with logic. If one day you decide that it makes more sense for the button to say "Add" or if you want to use different languages, you could do so freely without having to worry about your back-end code.

How to find out what type of a Mat object is with Mat::type() in OpenCV

I always use this link to see what type is the number I get with type():
LIST OF MAT TYPE IN OPENCV
I hope this can help you.

INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY (do nothing)

HOW TO IMPLEMENT 'insert if not exist'?

1. REPLACE INTO

pros:

  1. simple.

cons:

  1. too slow.

  2. auto-increment key will CHANGE(increase by 1) if there is entry matches unique key or primary key, because it deletes the old entry then insert new one.

2. INSERT IGNORE

pros:

  1. simple.

cons:

  1. auto-increment key will not change if there is entry matches unique key or primary key but auto-increment index will increase by 1

  2. some other errors/warnings will be ignored such as data conversion error.

3. INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE

pros:

  1. you can easily implement 'save or update' function with this

cons:

  1. looks relatively complex if you just want to insert not update.

  2. auto-increment key will not change if there is entry matches unique key or primary key but auto-increment index will increase by 1

4. Any way to stop auto-increment key increasing if there is entry matches unique key or primary key?

As mentioned in the comment below by @toien: "auto-increment column will be effected depends on innodb_autoinc_lock_mode config after version 5.1" if you are using innodb as your engine, but this also effects concurrency, so it needs to be well considered before used. So far I'm not seeing any better solution.

What is the difference between functional and non-functional requirements?

A functional requirement describes what a software system should do, while non-functional requirements place constraints on how the system will do so.

Let me elaborate.

An example of a functional requirement would be:

  • A system must send an email whenever a certain condition is met (e.g. an order is placed, a customer signs up, etc).

A related non-functional requirement for the system may be:

  • Emails should be sent with a latency of no greater than 12 hours from such an activity.

The functional requirement is describing the behavior of the system as it relates to the system's functionality. The non-functional requirement elaborates a performance characteristic of the system.

Typically non-functional requirements fall into areas such as:

  • Accessibility
  • Capacity, current and forecast
  • Compliance
  • Documentation
  • Disaster recovery
  • Efficiency
  • Effectiveness
  • Extensibility
  • Fault tolerance
  • Interoperability
  • Maintainability
  • Privacy
  • Portability
  • Quality
  • Reliability
  • Resilience
  • Response time
  • Robustness
  • Scalability
  • Security
  • Stability
  • Supportability
  • Testability

A more complete list is available at Wikipedia's entry for non-functional requirements.

Non-functional requirements are sometimes defined in terms of metrics (i.e. something that can be measured about the system) to make them more tangible. Non-functional requirements may also describe aspects of the system that don't relate to its execution, but rather to its evolution over time (e.g. maintainability, extensibility, documentation, etc.).

Access restriction on class due to restriction on required library rt.jar?

http://www.digizol.com/2008/09/eclipse-access-restriction-on-library.html worked best for me.

On Windows: Windows -> Preferences -> Java -> Compiler -> Errors/Warnings -> Deprecated and restricted API -> Forbidden reference (access rules): -> change to warning

On Mac OS X/Linux: Eclipse -> Preferences -> Java -> Compiler -> Errors/Warnings -> Deprecated and restricted API -> Forbidden reference (access rules): -> change to warning

How to code a modulo (%) operator in C/C++/Obj-C that handles negative numbers

Here's a new answer to an old question, based on this Microsoft Research paper and references therein.

Note that from C11 and C++11 onwards, the semantics of div has become truncation towards zero (see [expr.mul]/4). Furthermore, for D divided by d, C++11 guarantees the following about the quotient qT and remainder rT

auto const qT = D / d;
auto const rT = D % d;
assert(D == d * qT + rT);
assert(abs(rT) < abs(d));
assert(signum(rT) == signum(D) || rT == 0);

where signum maps to -1, 0, +1, depending on whether its argument is <, ==, > than 0 (see this Q&A for source code).

With truncated division, the sign of the remainder is equal to the sign of the dividend D, i.e. -1 % 8 == -1. C++11 also provides a std::div function that returns a struct with members quot and rem according to truncated division.

There are other definitions possible, e.g. so-called floored division can be defined in terms of the builtin truncated division

auto const I = signum(rT) == -signum(d) ? 1 : 0;
auto const qF = qT - I;
auto const rF = rT + I * d;
assert(D == d * qF + rF);
assert(abs(rF) < abs(d));
assert(signum(rF) == signum(d));

With floored division, the sign of the remainder is equal to the sign of the divisor d. In languages such as Haskell and Oberon, there are builtin operators for floored division. In C++, you'd need to write a function using the above definitions.

Yet another way is Euclidean division, which can also be defined in terms of the builtin truncated division

auto const I = rT >= 0 ? 0 : (d > 0 ? 1 : -1);
auto const qE = qT - I;
auto const rE = rT + I * d;
assert(D == d * qE + rE);
assert(abs(rE) < abs(d));
assert(signum(rE) >= 0);

With Euclidean division, the sign of the remainder is always non-negative.

Swap two items in List<T>

Maybe someone will think of a clever way to do this, but you shouldn't. Swapping two items in a list is inherently side-effect laden but LINQ operations should be side-effect free. Thus, just use a simple extension method:

static class IListExtensions {
    public static void Swap<T>(
        this IList<T> list,
        int firstIndex,
        int secondIndex
    ) {
        Contract.Requires(list != null);
        Contract.Requires(firstIndex >= 0 && firstIndex < list.Count);
        Contract.Requires(secondIndex >= 0 && secondIndex < list.Count);
        if (firstIndex == secondIndex) {
            return;
        }
        T temp = list[firstIndex];
        list[firstIndex] = list[secondIndex];
        list[secondIndex] = temp;
    }
}

@Transactional(propagation=Propagation.REQUIRED)

To understand the various transactional settings and behaviours adopted for Transaction management, such as REQUIRED, ISOLATION etc. you'll have to understand the basics of transaction management itself.

Read Trasaction management for more on explanation.

Convert.ToDateTime: how to set format

How about this:

    string test = "01-12-12";
    try{
         DateTime dateTime = DateTime.Parse(test);
         test = dateTime.ToString("dd/yyyy");
    }
    catch (FormatException exc)
    {
        MessageBox.Show(exc.Message);
    }

Where test will be equal to "12/2012"

Hope it helps!

Please read HERE.

Handling ExecuteScalar() when no results are returned

I have seen in VS2010 string getusername = command.ExecuteScalar(); gives compilation error, Cannot implicitly convert type object to string. So you need to write string getusername = command.ExecuteScalar().ToString(); when there is no record found in database it gives error Object reference not set to an instance of an object and when I comment '.ToString()', it is not give any error. So I can say ExecuteScalar not throw an exception. I think anserwer given by @Rune Grimstad is right.

How to print the array?

You could try this:

#include <stdio.h>

int main() 
{  
  int i,j;
  int my_array[3][3] ={10, 23, 42, 1, 654, 0, 40652, 22, 0};
  for(i = 0; i < 3; i++) 
  {
       for(j = 0; j < 3; j++) 
       {
         printf("%d ", my_array[i][j]);
       }
    printf("\n");
  } 
  return 0;
}

How do I get a list of installed CPAN modules?

To walk through the @INC directory trees without using an external program like ls(1), one could use the File::Find::Rule module, which has a nice declarative interface.

Also, you want to filter out duplicates in case previous Perl versions contain the same modules. The code to do this looks like:

#! /usr/bin/perl -l

use strict;
use warnings;
use File::Find::Rule;

my %seen;
for my $path (@INC) {
    for my $file (File::Find::Rule->name('*.pm')->in($path)) {
        my $module = substr($file, length($path)+1);
        $module =~ s/.pm$//;
        $module =~ s{[\\/]}{::}g;
        print $module unless $seen{$module}++;
    }
}

At the end of the run, you also have all your module names as keys in the %seen hash. The code could be adapted to save the canonical filename (given in $file) as the value of the key instead of a count of times seen.

Enter key press behaves like a Tab in Javascript

In all that cases, only works in Chrome and IE, I added the following code to solve that:

var key = (window.event) ? e.keyCode : e.which;

and I tested the key value on if keycode equals 13

    $('body').on('keydown', 'input, select, textarea', function (e) {
    var self = $(this)
      , form = self.parents('form:eq(0)')
      , focusable
      , next
    ;

    var key = (window.event) ? e.keyCode : e.which;

    if (key == 13) {
        focusable = form.find('input,a,select,button,textarea').filter(':visible');
        next = focusable.eq(focusable.index(this) + 1);
        if (next.length) {
            next.focus();
        } else {
            focusable.click();
        }
        return false;
    }
});

Multiline TextBox multiple newline

textBox1.Text = "Line1" + Environment.NewLine + "Line2";

Also the markup needs to include TextMode="MultiLine" (otherwise it shows text as one line)

<asp:TextBox ID="multitxt" runat="server" TextMode="MultiLine" ></asp:TextBox>

Bootstrap 4 - Glyphicons migration?

For people who are looking for one-liner solutions, you can import Bootstrap Glyphicons only:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="//netdna.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.0.0/css/bootstrap-glyphicons.css">

Creating and appending text to txt file in VB.NET

Try it this way:

Dim filePath As String = 
  String.Format("C:\ErrorLog_{0}.txt", DateTime.Today.ToString("dd-MMM-yyyy"))

if File.Exists(filePath) then

Using writer As New StreamWriter(filePath, True)
writer.WriteLine("Error Message in  Occured at-- " & DateTime.Now)

Else
writer.WriteLine("Start Error Log for today")
End Using

end if

The SELECT permission was denied on the object 'Users', database 'XXX', schema 'dbo'

  1. Open SQL Management Studio
  2. Expand your database
  3. Expand the "Security" Folder
  4. Expand "Users"
  5. Right click the user (the one that's trying to perform the query) and select Properties.
  6. Select page Membership.
  7. Make sure you uncheck

    db_denydatareader

    db_denydatawriter

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This should go without saying, but only grant the permissions to what the user needs. An easy lazy fix is to check db_owner like I have, but this is not the best security practice.

How are Anonymous inner classes used in Java?

You use it in situations where you need to create a class for a specific purpose inside another function, e.g., as a listener, as a runnable (to spawn a thread), etc.

The idea is that you call them from inside the code of a function so you never refer to them elsewhere, so you don't need to name them. The compiler just enumerates them.

They are essentially syntactic sugar, and should generally be moved elsewhere as they grow bigger.

I'm not sure if it is one of the advantages of Java, though if you do use them (and we all frequently use them, unfortunately), then you could argue that they are one.

Auto Resize Image in CSS FlexBox Layout and keeping Aspect Ratio?

img {max-width:100%;} is one way of doing this. Just add it to your CSS code.

http://jsfiddle.net/89dtxt6s/

Write-back vs Write-Through caching?

The benefit of write-through to main memory is that it simplifies the design of the computer system. With write-through, the main memory always has an up-to-date copy of the line. So when a read is done, main memory can always reply with the requested data.

If write-back is used, sometimes the up-to-date data is in a processor cache, and sometimes it is in main memory. If the data is in a processor cache, then that processor must stop main memory from replying to the read request, because the main memory might have a stale copy of the data. This is more complicated than write-through.

Also, write-through can simplify the cache coherency protocol because it doesn't need the Modify state. The Modify state records that the cache must write back the cache line before it invalidates or evicts the line. In write-through a cache line can always be invalidated without writing back since memory already has an up-to-date copy of the line.

One more thing - on a write-back architecture software that writes to memory-mapped I/O registers must take extra steps to make sure that writes are immediately sent out of the cache. Otherwise writes are not visible outside the core until the line is read by another processor or the line is evicted.

Flexbox and Internet Explorer 11 (display:flex in <html>?)

Use another flex container to fix the min-height issue in IE10 and IE11:

HTML

<div class="ie-fixMinHeight">
    <div id="page">
        <div id="header"></div>
        <div id="content"></div>
        <div id="footer"></div>
    </div>
</div>

CSS

.ie-fixMinHeight {
    display:flex;
}

#page {
    min-height:100vh;
    width:100%;
    display:flex;
    flex-direction:column;
}

#content {
    flex-grow:1;
}

See a working demo.

  • Don't use flexbox layout directly on body because it screws up elements inserted via jQuery plugins (autocomplete, popup, etc.).
  • Don't use height:100% or height:100vh on your container because the footer will stick at the bottom of window and won't adapt to long content.
  • Use flex-grow:1 rather than flex:1 cause IE10 and IE11 default values for flex are 0 0 auto and not 0 1 auto.

C char array initialization

I'm not sure but I commonly initialize an array to "" in that case I don't need worry about the null end of the string.

main() {
    void something(char[]);
    char s[100] = "";

    something(s);
    printf("%s", s);
}

void something(char s[]) {
    // ... do something, pass the output to s
    // no need to add s[i] = '\0'; because all unused slot is already set to '\0'
}

How to auto-indent code in the Atom editor?

On Linux

(tested in Ununtu KDE)

There is the option in the menu, under Edit > Lines > Auto Indent or press Cmd + Shift + p, search for Editor: Auto Indent by entering just "ai"

Note: In KDE ctrl-alt-l is already globally set for "lock screen" so better use ctrl-alt-i instead.

You can add a key mapping in Atom:

  • Cmd + Shift + p, search for "Settings View: Show Keybindings"
  • click on "your keymap file"
  • Add a section there like this one:

     'atom-text-editor':
        'ctrl-alt-i': 'editor:auto-indent'
    

If the indention is not working, it can be a reason, that the file-ending is not recognized by Atom. Add the support for your language then, for example for "Lua" install the package "language-lua".

If a File is not recognized for your language:

  • open the ~/.atom/config.cson file (by CTRL+SHIFT+p: type ``open config'')
  • add/edit a customFileTypes section under core for example like the following:

    core:
      customFileTypes:
        "source.lua": [
          "conf"
        ]
        "text.html.php": [
          "thtml"
        ]
    

(You find the languages scope names ("source.lua", "text.html.php"...) in the language package settings see here)

Show or hide element in React

Use rc-if-else module

npm install --save rc-if-else
import React from 'react';
import { If } from 'rc-if-else';

class App extends React.Component {
    render() {
        return (
            <If condition={this.props.showResult}>
                Some Results
            </If>
        );
    }
}

What is `related_name` used for in Django?

The related_name argument is also useful if you have more complex related class names. For example, if you have a foreign key relationship:

class UserMapDataFrame(models.Model):
    user = models.ForeignKey(User) 

In order to access UserMapDataFrame objects from the related User, the default call would be User.usermapdataframe_set.all(), which it is quite difficult to read.

Using the related_name allows you to specify a simpler or more legible name to get the reverse relation. In this case, if you specify user = models.ForeignKey(User, related_name='map_data'), the call would then be User.map_data.all().

print spaces with String.format()

int numberOfSpaces = 3;
String space = String.format("%"+ numberOfSpaces +"s", " ");

Recursive mkdir() system call on Unix

Apparently not, my two suggestions are:

char dirpath[80] = "/path/to/some/directory";
sprintf(mkcmd, "mkdir -p %s", dirpath);
system(mkcmd);

Or if you don't want to use system() try looking at the coreutils mkdir source code and see how they implemented the -p option.

How do you replace double quotes with a blank space in Java?

Use String#replace().

To replace them with spaces (as per your question title):

System.out.println("I don't like these \"double\" quotes".replace("\"", " "));

The above can also be done with characters:

System.out.println("I don't like these \"double\" quotes".replace('"', ' '));

To remove them (as per your example):

System.out.println("I don't like these \"double\" quotes".replace("\"", ""));

Get key by value in dictionary

I realize it's been a long time and the original asker likely no longer has any need of an answer, but none of these are good answers if you actually have control over this code. You're just using the wrong data structure. This is a perfect illustration of the use case for a two-way dict:

>>> from collections import defaultdict, UserDict
>>> class TwoWayDict(UserDict):
...     def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
...         super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
...         self.val_to_keys = defaultdict(list)
...     def __setitem__(self, key, value):
...         super().__setitem__(key, value)
...         self.val_to_keys[value].append(key)
...     def get_keys_for_val(self, value):
...         return self.val_to_keys[value]
... 
>>> d = TwoWayDict()
>>> d['a'] = 1
>>> d['b'] = 1
>>> d.get_keys_for_val(1)
['a', 'b']

Adds miniscule overhead to insertions but you keep constant-time lookup, except now in both directions. No need to construct the reverse mapping from scratch every time you need it. Just store it as you go and access it as needed.

Further, many of these answers are not even correct because clearly many people can have the same age but they're only returning the first matching key, not all of them.

GitHub "fatal: remote origin already exists"

TL;DR you should just update the existing remote:

$ git remote set-url origin [email protected]:ppreyer/first_app.git

Long version:

As the error message indicates, there is already a remote configured with the same name. So you can either add the new remote with a different name or update the existing one if you don't need it:

To add a new remote, called for example github instead of origin (which obviously already exists in your system), do the following:

$ git remote add github [email protected]:ppreyer/first_app.git

Remember though, everywhere in the tutorial you see "origin" you should replace it with "github". For example $ git push origin master should now be $ git push github master.

However, if you want to see what that origin which already exists is, you can do a $ git remote -v. If you think this is there by some error, you can update it like so:

$ git remote set-url origin [email protected]:ppreyer/first_app.git

Repeat command automatically in Linux

A concise solution, which is particularly useful if you want to run the command repeatedly until it fails, and lets you see all output.

while ls -l; do
    sleep 5
done

Razor HtmlHelper Extensions (or other namespaces for views) Not Found

This error tells you that you do not have the razor engine properly associated with your project.

Solution: In the Solution Explorer window right click on your web project and select "Manage Nuget Packages..." then install "Microsoft ASP.NET Razor". This will make sure that the properly package is installed and it will add the necessary entries into your web.config file.

HTML: How to limit file upload to be only images?

Ultimately, the filter that is displayed in the Browse window is set by the browser. You can specify all of the filters you want in the Accept attribute, but you have no guarantee that your user's browser will adhere to it.

Your best bet is to do some kind of filtering in the back end on the server.

How to use jQuery with Angular?

This is what worked for me.

STEP 1 - First things first

// In the console
// First install jQuery
npm install --save jquery
// and jQuery Definition
npm install -D @types/jquery

STEP 2 - IMPORT

// Now, within any of the app files (ES2015 style)
import * as $ from 'jquery';
//
$('#elemId').width();

// OR

// CommonJS style - working with "require"
import $ = require('jquery')
//
$('#elemId').width();

#UPDATE - Feb - 2017

Lately, I'm writing code with ES6 instead of typescript and am able to import without * as $ in the import statement. This is what it looks like now:

import $ from 'jquery';
//
$('#elemId').width();

Good Luck.

Manipulating an Access database from Java without ODBC

UCanAccess is a pure Java JDBC driver that allows us to read from and write to Access databases without using ODBC. It uses two other packages, Jackcess and HSQLDB, to perform these tasks. The following is a brief overview of how to get it set up.

 

Option 1: Using Maven

If your project uses Maven you can simply include UCanAccess via the following coordinates:

groupId: net.sf.ucanaccess
artifactId: ucanaccess

The following is an excerpt from pom.xml, you may need to update the <version> to get the most recent release:

  <dependencies>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>net.sf.ucanaccess</groupId>
        <artifactId>ucanaccess</artifactId>
        <version>4.0.4</version>
    </dependency>
  </dependencies>

 

Option 2: Manually adding the JARs to your project

As mentioned above, UCanAccess requires Jackcess and HSQLDB. Jackcess in turn has its own dependencies. So to use UCanAccess you will need to include the following components:

UCanAccess (ucanaccess-x.x.x.jar)
HSQLDB (hsqldb.jar, version 2.2.5 or newer)
Jackcess (jackcess-2.x.x.jar)
commons-lang (commons-lang-2.6.jar, or newer 2.x version)
commons-logging (commons-logging-1.1.1.jar, or newer 1.x version)

Fortunately, UCanAccess includes all of the required JAR files in its distribution file. When you unzip it you will see something like

ucanaccess-4.0.1.jar  
  /lib/
    commons-lang-2.6.jar  
    commons-logging-1.1.1.jar  
    hsqldb.jar  
    jackcess-2.1.6.jar

All you need to do is add all five (5) JARs to your project.

NOTE: Do not add loader/ucanload.jar to your build path if you are adding the other five (5) JAR files. The UcanloadDriver class is only used in special circumstances and requires a different setup. See the related answer here for details.

Eclipse: Right-click the project in Package Explorer and choose Build Path > Configure Build Path.... Click the "Add External JARs..." button to add each of the five (5) JARs. When you are finished your Java Build Path should look something like this

BuildPath.png

NetBeans: Expand the tree view for your project, right-click the "Libraries" folder and choose "Add JAR/Folder...", then browse to the JAR file.

nbAddJar.png

After adding all five (5) JAR files the "Libraries" folder should look something like this:

nbLibraries.png

IntelliJ IDEA: Choose File > Project Structure... from the main menu. In the "Libraries" pane click the "Add" (+) button and add the five (5) JAR files. Once that is done the project should look something like this:

IntelliJ.png

 

That's it!

Now "U Can Access" data in .accdb and .mdb files using code like this

// assumes...
//     import java.sql.*;
Connection conn=DriverManager.getConnection(
        "jdbc:ucanaccess://C:/__tmp/test/zzz.accdb");
Statement s = conn.createStatement();
ResultSet rs = s.executeQuery("SELECT [LastName] FROM [Clients]");
while (rs.next()) {
    System.out.println(rs.getString(1));
}

 

Disclosure

At the time of writing this Q&A I had no involvement in or affiliation with the UCanAccess project; I just used it. I have since become a contributor to the project.

How to convert integers to characters in C?

void main ()
 {
    int temp,integer,count=0,i,cnd=0;
    char ascii[10]={0};
    printf("enter a number");
    scanf("%d",&integer);
     if(integer>>31)
     {
     /*CONVERTING 2's complement value to normal value*/    
     integer=~integer+1;    
     for(temp=integer;temp!=0;temp/=10,count++);    
     ascii[0]=0x2D;
     count++;
     cnd=1;
     }
     else
     for(temp=integer;temp!=0;temp/=10,count++);    
     for(i=count-1,temp=integer;i>=cnd;i--)
     {

        ascii[i]=(temp%10)+0x30;
        temp/=10;
     }
    printf("\n count =%d ascii=%s ",count,ascii);

 }

How do I compile the asm generated by GCC?

You can embed the assembly code in a normal C program. Here's a good introduction. Using the appropriate syntax, you can also tell GCC you want to interact with variables declared in C. The program below instructs gcc that:

  • eax shall be foo
  • ebx shall be bar
  • the value in eax shall be stored in foo after the assembly code executed

\n

int main(void)
{
        int foo = 10, bar = 15;
        __asm__ __volatile__("addl  %%ebx,%%eax"
                             :"=a"(foo)
                             :"a"(foo), "b"(bar)
                             );
        printf("foo+bar=%d\n", foo);
        return 0;
}

How do you display a Toast from a background thread on Android?

  1. Get UI Thread Handler instance and use handler.sendMessage();
  2. Call post() method handler.post();
  3. runOnUiThread()
  4. view.post()

Is there any way of configuring Eclipse IDE proxy settings via an autoproxy configuration script?

In Netbeans, we can use Tools->Options-> General Tab - > Under proxy settings, select Use system proxy settings.

This way, it uses the proxy settings provided in Settings -> Control Panel -> Internet Options -> Connections -> Lan Settings -> use automatic configuration scripts.

If you are using maven, make sure the proxy settings are not provided there, so that it uses Netbeans settings provided above for proxy.

Hope this helps.

Shreedevi

How does MySQL CASE work?

CASE in MySQL is both a statement and an expression, where each usage is slightly different.

As a statement, CASE works much like a switch statement and is useful in stored procedures, as shown in this example from the documentation (linked above):

DELIMITER |

CREATE PROCEDURE p()
  BEGIN
    DECLARE v INT DEFAULT 1;

    CASE v
      WHEN 2 THEN SELECT v;
      WHEN 3 THEN SELECT 0;
      ELSE
        BEGIN -- Do other stuff
        END;
    END CASE;
  END;
  |

However, as an expression it can be used in clauses:

SELECT *
  FROM employees
  ORDER BY
    CASE title
      WHEN "President" THEN 1
      WHEN "Manager" THEN 2
      ELSE 3
    END, surname

Additionally, both as a statement and as an expression, the first argument can be omitted and each WHEN must take a condition.

SELECT *
  FROM employees
  ORDER BY
    CASE 
      WHEN title = "President" THEN 1
      WHEN title = "Manager" THEN 2
      ELSE 3
    END, surname

I provided this answer because the other answer fails to mention that CASE can function both as a statement and as an expression. The major difference between them is that the statement form ends with END CASE and the expression form ends with just END.

How to sort a dataFrame in python pandas by two or more columns?

As of pandas 0.17.0, DataFrame.sort() is deprecated, and set to be removed in a future version of pandas. The way to sort a dataframe by its values is now is DataFrame.sort_values

As such, the answer to your question would now be

df.sort_values(['b', 'c'], ascending=[True, False], inplace=True)

Clicking URLs opens default browser

Arulx Z's answer was exactly what I was looking for.

I'm writing an app with Navigation Drawer with recyclerview and webviews, for keeping the web browsing inside the app regardless of hyperlinks clicked (thus not launching the external web browser). For that it will suffice to put the following 2 lines of code:

mWebView.setWebChromeClient(new WebChromeClient()); mWebView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient());?

exactly under your WebView statement.

Here's a example of my implemented WebView code:

public class WebView1 extends AppCompatActivity {

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);

    WebView wv = (WebView) findViewById(R.id.wv1); //webview statement
    wv.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient());    //the lines of code added
    wv.setWebChromeClient(new WebChromeClient()); //same as above

    wv.loadUrl("http://www.google.com");
}}

this way, every link clicked in the website will load inside your WebView. (Using Android Studio 1.2.2 with all SDK's updated)

Cannot stop or restart a docker container

Worth knowing:

If you are running an ENTRYPOINT script ... the script will work with the shebang

#!/bin/bash -x

But will stop the container from stopping with

#!/bin/bash -xe

String formatting: % vs. .format vs. string literal

Something that the modulo operator ( % ) can't do, afaik:

tu = (12,45,22222,103,6)
print '{0} {2} {1} {2} {3} {2} {4} {2}'.format(*tu)

result

12 22222 45 22222 103 22222 6 22222

Very useful.

Another point: format(), being a function, can be used as an argument in other functions:

li = [12,45,78,784,2,69,1254,4785,984]
print map('the number is {}'.format,li)   

print

from datetime import datetime,timedelta

once_upon_a_time = datetime(2010, 7, 1, 12, 0, 0)
delta = timedelta(days=13, hours=8,  minutes=20)

gen =(once_upon_a_time +x*delta for x in xrange(20))

print '\n'.join(map('{:%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S}'.format, gen))

Results in:

['the number is 12', 'the number is 45', 'the number is 78', 'the number is 784', 'the number is 2', 'the number is 69', 'the number is 1254', 'the number is 4785', 'the number is 984']

2010-07-01 12:00:00
2010-07-14 20:20:00
2010-07-28 04:40:00
2010-08-10 13:00:00
2010-08-23 21:20:00
2010-09-06 05:40:00
2010-09-19 14:00:00
2010-10-02 22:20:00
2010-10-16 06:40:00
2010-10-29 15:00:00
2010-11-11 23:20:00
2010-11-25 07:40:00
2010-12-08 16:00:00
2010-12-22 00:20:00
2011-01-04 08:40:00
2011-01-17 17:00:00
2011-01-31 01:20:00
2011-02-13 09:40:00
2011-02-26 18:00:00
2011-03-12 02:20:00

How to Display Selected Item in Bootstrap Button Dropdown Title

you need to use add class open in <div class="btn-group open">

and in li add class="active"

Convert alphabet letters to number in Python

This is a function I used to use for this purpose. Works for both uppercase and lowercase.

def convert_char(old):
    if len(old) != 1:
        return 0
    new = ord(old)
    if 65 <= new <= 90:
        # Upper case letter
        return new - 64
    elif 97 <= new <= 122:
        # Lower case letter
        return new - 96
    # Unrecognized character
    return 0

The matching wildcard is strict, but no declaration can be found for element 'tx:annotation-driven'

One extra forward slash (/) in front of tx and the *.xml file troubled me for 8 hours!!

My mistake:

http://www.springframework.org/schema/tx/ http://www.springframework.org/schema/tx/spring-tx-4.3.xsd

Correction:

http://www.springframework.org/schema/tx http://www.springframework.org/schema/tx/spring-tx-4.3.xsd

Indeed one character less/more manages to keep programmers busy for hours!

How to assign a NULL value to a pointer in python?

Normally you can use None, but you can also use objc.NULL, e.g.

import objc
val = objc.NULL

Especially useful when working with C code in Python.

Also see: Python objc.NULL Examples

Remote debugging a Java application

Steps:

  1. Start your remote java application with debugging options as said in above post.
  2. Configure Eclipse for remote debugging by specifying host and port.
  3. Start remote debugging in Eclipse and wait for connection to succeed.
  4. Setup breakpoint and debug.
  5. If you want to debug from start of application use suspend=y , this will keep remote application suspended until you connect from eclipse.

See Step by Step guide on Java remote debugging for full details.

How to Alter a table for Identity Specification is identity SQL Server

You don't set value to default in a table. You should clear the option "Default value or Binding" first.

How to call python script on excel vba?

There are a couple of ways to solve this problem

Pyinx - a pretty lightweight tool that allows you to call Python from withing the excel process space http://code.google.com/p/pyinex/

I've used this one a few years ago (back when it was being actively developed) and it worked quite well

If you don't mind paying, this looks pretty good

https://datanitro.com/product.html

I've never used it though


Though if you are already writting in Python, maybe you could drop excel entirely and do everything in pure python? It's a lot easier to maintain one code base (python) rather than 2 (python + whatever excel overlay you have).

If you really have to output your data into excel there are even some pretty good tools for that in Python. If that may work better let me know and I'll get the links.

Run java jar file on a server as background process

Run in background and add logs to log file using the following:

nohup java -jar /web/server.jar > log.log 2>&1 &

Stop/Close webcam stream which is opened by navigator.mediaDevices.getUserMedia

The following code worked for me:

public vidOff() {

      let stream = this.video.nativeElement.srcObject;
      let tracks = stream.getTracks();

      tracks.forEach(function (track) {
          track.stop();
      });

      this.video.nativeElement.srcObject = null;
      this.video.nativeElement.stop();
  }

How do I revert a Git repository to a previous commit?

As your commits are pushed remotely, you need to remove them. Let me assume your branch is develop and it is pushed over origin.

You first need to remove develop from origin:

git push origin :develop (note the colon)

Then you need to get develop to the status you want, let me assume the commit hash is EFGHIJK:

git reset --hard EFGHIJK

Lastly, push develop again:

git push origin develop

cursor.fetchall() vs list(cursor) in Python

A (MySQLdb/PyMySQL-specific) difference worth noting when using a DictCursor is that list(cursor) will always give you a list, while cursor.fetchall() gives you a list unless the result set is empty, in which case it gives you an empty tuple. This was the case in MySQLdb and remains the case in the newer PyMySQL, where it will not be fixed for backwards-compatibility reasons. While this isn't a violation of Python Database API Specification, it's still surprising and can easily lead to a type error caused by wrongly assuming that the result is a list, rather than just a sequence.

Given the above, I suggest always favouring list(cursor) over cursor.fetchall(), to avoid ever getting caught out by a mysterious type error in the edge case where your result set is empty.

Query to display all tablespaces in a database and datafiles

If you want to get a list of all tablespaces used in the current database instance, you can use the DBA_TABLESPACES view as shown in the following SQL script example:

SQL> connect SYSTEM/fyicenter
Connected.

SQL> SELECT TABLESPACE_NAME, STATUS, CONTENTS
  2  FROM USER_TABLESPACES;
TABLESPACE_NAME                STATUS    CONTENTS
------------------------------ --------- ---------
SYSTEM                         ONLINE    PERMANENT
UNDO                           ONLINE    UNDO
SYSAUX                         ONLINE    PERMANENT
TEMP                           ONLINE    TEMPORARY
USERS                          ONLINE    PERMANENT

http://dba.fyicenter.com/faq/oracle/Show-All-Tablespaces-in-Current-Database.html

Run a script in Dockerfile

RUN and ENTRYPOINT are two different ways to execute a script.

RUN means it creates an intermediate container, runs the script and freeze the new state of that container in a new intermediate image. The script won't be run after that: your final image is supposed to reflect the result of that script.

ENTRYPOINT means your image (which has not executed the script yet) will create a container, and runs that script.

In both cases, the script needs to be added, and a RUN chmod +x /bootstrap.sh is a good idea.

It should also start with a shebang (like #!/bin/sh)

Considering your script (bootstrap.sh: a couple of git config --global commands), it would be best to RUN that script once in your Dockerfile, but making sure to use the right user (the global git config file is %HOME%/.gitconfig, which by default is the /root one)

Add to your Dockerfile:

RUN /bootstrap.sh

Then, when running a container, check the content of /root/.gitconfig to confirm the script was run.

Javascript Confirm popup Yes, No button instead of OK and Cancel

the very specific answer to the point is confirm dialogue Js Function:

confirm('Do you really want to do so');

It show dialogue box with ok cancel buttons,to replace these button with yes no is not so simple task,for that you need to write jQuery function.

Alert after page load

Why can't you use it in MVC?

Rather than using the body load method use jQuery and wait for the the document onready function to complete.

How to implement a property in an interface

You mean like this?

class MyResourcePolicy : IResourcePolicy {
    private string version;

    public string Version {
        get {
            return this.version;
        }
        set {
            this.version = value;
        }
    }
}

Tesseract running error

I had this error too on the Windows machine.

My solution.

1) Download your language files from https://github.com/tesseract-ocr/tessdata/tree/3.04.00

For example, for eng, I downloaded all files with eng prefix.

2) Put them into tessdata directory inside of some folder. Add this folder into System Path variables as TESSDATA_PREFIX.

Result will be System env var: TESSDATA_PREFIX=D:/Java/OCR And OCR folder has tessdata with languages files.

This is a screenshot of the directory:

enter image description here

How to get user's high resolution profile picture on Twitter?

for me the "workaround" solution was to remove the "_normal" from the end of the string

Check it out below:

How to cast an Object to an int

Assuming the object is an Integer object, then you can do this:

int i = ((Integer) obj).intValue();

If the object isn't an Integer object, then you have to detect the type and convert it based on its type.

HTML entity for check mark

There is HTML entity &#10003 but it doesn't work in some older browsers.

How do I run a file on localhost?

You can do it by running with following command.

php -S localhost:8888

Programmatically extract contents of InstallShield setup.exe

Start with:

setup.exe /?

And you should see a dialog popup with some options displayed.

Vue.js : How to set a unique ID for each component instance?

In Vue2, use v-bind.

Say I have an object for a poll

  <div class="options" v-for="option in poll.body.options">
    <div class="poll-item">
      <label v-bind:for="option._id" v-bind:style="{color: option.color}">{{option.text}}</label>
      <input type="radio" v-model="picked" v-bind:value="option._id" v-bind:id="option._id">
  </div>
  </div>

How to ping an IP address


Just an addition to what others have given, even though they work well but in some cases if internet is slow or some unknown network problem exists, some of the codes won't work (isReachable()). But this code mentioned below creates a process which acts as a command line ping (cmd ping) to windows. It works for me in all cases, tried and tested.

Code :-

public class JavaPingApp {

public static void runSystemCommand(String command) {

    try {
        Process p = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(command);
        BufferedReader inputStream = new BufferedReader(
                new InputStreamReader(p.getInputStream()));

        String s = "";
        // reading output stream of the command
        while ((s = inputStream.readLine()) != null) {
            System.out.println(s);
        }

    } catch (Exception e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}

public static void main(String[] args) {

    String ip = "stackoverflow.com"; //Any IP Address on your network / Web
    runSystemCommand("ping " + ip);
}
}

Hope it helps, Cheers!!!

How to delete a line from a text file in C#?

Read the file, remove the line in memory and put the contents back to the file (overwriting). If the file is large you might want to read it line for line, and creating a temp file, later replacing the original one.

"git rm --cached x" vs "git reset head --? x"?

There are three places where a file, say, can be - the (committed) tree, the index and the working copy. When you just add a file to a folder, you are adding it to the working copy.

When you do something like git add file you add it to the index. And when you commit it, you add it to the tree as well.

It will probably help you to know the three more common flags in git reset:

git reset [--<mode>] [<commit>]

This form resets the current branch head to <commit> and possibly updates the index (resetting it to the tree of <commit>) and the working tree depending on <mode>, which must be one of the following:
--soft

Does not touch the index file nor the working tree at all (but resets the head to <commit>, just like all modes do). This leaves all your changed files "Changes to be committed", as git status would put it.

--mixed

Resets the index but not the working tree (i.e., the changed files are preserved but not marked for commit) and reports what has not been updated. This is the default action.

--hard

Resets the index and working tree. Any changes to tracked files in the working tree since <commit> are discarded.

Now, when you do something like git reset HEAD, what you are actually doing is git reset HEAD --mixed and it will "reset" the index to the state it was before you started adding files / adding modifications to the index (via git add). In this case, no matter what the state of the working copy was, you didn't change it a single bit, but you changed the index in such a way that is now in sync with the HEAD of the tree. Whether git add was used to stage a previously committed but changed file, or to add a new (previously untracked) file, git reset HEAD is the exact opposite of git add.

git rm, on the other hand, removes a file from the working directory and the index, and when you commit, the file is removed from the tree as well. git rm --cached, however, removes the file from the index alone and keeps it in your working copy. In this case, if the file was previously committed, then you made the index to be different from the HEAD of the tree and the working copy, so that the HEAD now has the previously committed version of the file, the index has no file at all, and the working copy has the last modification of it. A commit now will sync the index and the tree, and the file will be removed from the tree (leaving it untracked in the working copy). When git add was used to add a new (previously untracked) file, then git rm --cached is the exact opposite of git add (and is pretty much identical to git reset HEAD).

Git 2.25 introduced a new command for these cases, git restore, but as of Git 2.28 it is described as “experimental” in the man page, in the sense that the behavior may change.

Hashmap does not work with int, char

Generic parameters can only bind to reference types, not primitive types, so you need to use the corresponding wrapper types. Try HashMap<Character, Integer> instead.

However, I'm having trouble figuring out why HashMap fails to be able to deal with primitive data types.

This is due to type erasure. Java didn't have generics from the beginning so a HashMap<Character, Integer> is really a HashMap<Object, Object>. The compiler does a bunch of additional checks and implicit casts to make sure you don't put the wrong type of value in or get the wrong type out, but at runtime there is only one HashMap class and it stores objects.

Other languages "specialize" types so in C++, a vector<bool> is very different from a vector<my_class> internally and they share no common vector<?> super-type. Java defines things though so that a List<T> is a List regardless of what T is for backwards compatibility with pre-generic code. This backwards-compatibility requirement that there has to be a single implementation class for all parameterizations of a generic type prevents the kind of template specialization which would allow generic parameters to bind to primitives.

How to perform a for loop on each character in a string in Bash?

sed works with unicode

IFS=$'\n'
for z in $(sed 's/./&\n/g' <(printf '???')); do
 echo hello: "$z"
done

outputs

hello: ?
hello: ?
hello: ?

How to hide axes and gridlines in Matplotlib (python)

# Hide grid lines
ax.grid(False)

# Hide axes ticks
ax.set_xticks([])
ax.set_yticks([])
ax.set_zticks([])

Note, you need matplotlib>=1.2 for set_zticks() to work.

return results from a function (javascript, nodejs)

You are trying to execute an asynchronous function in a synchronous way, which is unfortunately not possible in Javascript.

As you guessed correctly, the roomId=results.... is executed when the loading from the DB completes, which is done asynchronously, so AFTER the resto of your code is completed.

Look at this article, it talks about .insert and not .find, but the idea is the same : http://metaduck.com/01-asynchronous-iteration-patterns.html

what does "error : a nonstatic member reference must be relative to a specific object" mean?

CPMSifDlg::EncodeAndSend() method is declared as non-static and thus it must be called using an object of CPMSifDlg. e.g.

CPMSifDlg obj;
return obj.EncodeAndSend(firstName, lastName, roomNumber, userId, userFirstName, userLastName);

If EncodeAndSend doesn't use/relate any specifics of an object (i.e. this) but general for the class CPMSifDlg then declare it as static:

class CPMSifDlg {
...
  static int EncodeAndSend(...);
  ^^^^^^
};

How do I make a redirect in PHP?

You can attempt to use the PHP header function to do the redirect. You will want to set the output buffer so your browser doesn't throw a redirect warning to the screen.

ob_start();
header("Location: " . $website);
ob_end_flush();

How to list active / open connections in Oracle?

When I'd like to view incoming connections from our application servers to the database I use the following command:

SELECT username FROM v$session 
WHERE username IS NOT NULL 
ORDER BY username ASC;

Simple, but effective.

Convert datetime value into string

Use DATE_FORMAT()

SELECT
  DATE_FORMAT(NOW(), '%d %m %Y') AS your_date;

Decompile an APK, modify it and then recompile it

I know this question is answered still and I am not trying to be smart here. I'll just want to share another method on this topic.

Download applications with apk grail

APK Grail providing the free zip file of the application.

Casting interfaces for deserialization in JSON.NET

To enable deserialization of multiple implementations of interfaces, you can use JsonConverter, but not through an attribute:

Newtonsoft.Json.JsonSerializer serializer = new Newtonsoft.Json.JsonSerializer();
serializer.Converters.Add(new DTOJsonConverter());
Interfaces.IEntity entity = serializer.Deserialize(jsonReader);

DTOJsonConverter maps each interface with a concrete implementation:

class DTOJsonConverter : Newtonsoft.Json.JsonConverter
{
    private static readonly string ISCALAR_FULLNAME = typeof(Interfaces.IScalar).FullName;
    private static readonly string IENTITY_FULLNAME = typeof(Interfaces.IEntity).FullName;


    public override bool CanConvert(Type objectType)
    {
        if (objectType.FullName == ISCALAR_FULLNAME
            || objectType.FullName == IENTITY_FULLNAME)
        {
            return true;
        }
        return false;
    }

    public override object ReadJson(Newtonsoft.Json.JsonReader reader, Type objectType, object existingValue, Newtonsoft.Json.JsonSerializer serializer)
    {
        if (objectType.FullName == ISCALAR_FULLNAME)
            return serializer.Deserialize(reader, typeof(DTO.ClientScalar));
        else if (objectType.FullName == IENTITY_FULLNAME)
            return serializer.Deserialize(reader, typeof(DTO.ClientEntity));

        throw new NotSupportedException(string.Format("Type {0} unexpected.", objectType));
    }

    public override void WriteJson(Newtonsoft.Json.JsonWriter writer, object value, Newtonsoft.Json.JsonSerializer serializer)
    {
        serializer.Serialize(writer, value);
    }
}

DTOJsonConverter is required only for the deserializer. The serialization process is unchanged. The Json object do not need to embed concrete types names.

This SO post offers the same solution one step further with a generic JsonConverter.

Can jQuery provide the tag name?

Consider the fast FILTER method:

$('.rnd').filter('h2,h4')

returns:

[<h2 id=?"foo" class=?"rnd">?Second?</h2>?, <h4 id=?"bar" class=?"rnd">?Fourth?</h4>?]

so:

$('.rnd').filter('h2,h4').each(function() { /*...$(this)...*/ });

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 32 bytes)

128M == 134217728, the number you are seeing.

The memory limit is working fine. When it says it tried to allocate 32 bytes, that the amount requested by the last operation before failing.

Are you building any huge arrays or reading large text files? If so, remember to free any memory you don't need anymore, or break the task down into smaller steps.

Change <br> height using CSS

The line height of the <br> can be different from the line height of the rest of the text inside a <p>. You can control the line height of your <br> tags independently of the rest of the text by enclosing two of them in a <span> that is styled. Use the line-height css property, as others have suggested.

<p class="normalLineHeight">
  Lots of text here which will display on several lines with normal line height if you put it in a narrow container...
  <span class="customLineHeight"><br><br></span>
  After a custom break, this text will again display on several lines with normal line height...
</p>

Create numpy matrix filled with NaNs

You can always use multiplication if you don't immediately recall the .empty or .full methods:

>>> np.nan * np.ones(shape=(3,2))
array([[ nan,  nan],
       [ nan,  nan],
       [ nan,  nan]])

Of course it works with any other numerical value as well:

>>> 42 * np.ones(shape=(3,2))
array([[ 42,  42],
       [ 42,  42],
       [ 42, 42]])

But the @u0b34a0f6ae's accepted answer is 3x faster (CPU cycles, not brain cycles to remember numpy syntax ;):

$ python -mtimeit "import numpy as np; X = np.empty((100,100));" "X[:] = np.nan;"
100000 loops, best of 3: 8.9 usec per loop
(predict)laneh@predict:~/src/predict/predict/webapp$ master
$ python -mtimeit "import numpy as np; X = np.ones((100,100));" "X *= np.nan;"
10000 loops, best of 3: 24.9 usec per loop

Mutex lock threads

Q1.) Assuming process B tries to take ownership of the same mutex you locked in process A (you left that out of your pseudocode) then no, process B cannot access sharedResource while the mutex is locked since it will sit waiting to lock the mutex until it is released by process A. It will return from the mutex_lock() function when the mutex is locked (or when an error occurs!)

Q2.) In Process B, ensure you always lock the mutex, access the shared resource, and then unlock the mutex. Also, check the return code from the mutex_lock( pMutex ) routine to ensure that you actually own the mutex, and ONLY unlock the mutex if you have locked it. Do the same from process A.

Both processes should basically do the same thing when accessing the mutex.
lock() If the lock succeeds, then { access sharedResource unlock() }

Q3.) Yes, there are lots of diagrams: =) https://www.google.se/search?q=mutex+thread+process&rlz=1C1AFAB_enSE487SE487&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=ErodUcSmKqf54QS6nYDoAw&biw=1200&bih=1730&sei=FbodUbPbB6mF4ATarIBQ

Change value of input placeholder via model?

You can bind with a variable in the controller:

<input type="text" ng-model="inputText" placeholder="{{somePlaceholder}}" />

In the controller:

$scope.somePlaceholder = 'abc';

extracting days from a numpy.timedelta64 value

Suppose you have a timedelta series:

import pandas as pd
from datetime import datetime
z = pd.DataFrame({'a':[datetime.strptime('20150101', '%Y%m%d')],'b':[datetime.strptime('20140601', '%Y%m%d')]})

td_series = (z['a'] - z['b'])

One way to convert this timedelta column or series is to cast it to a Timedelta object (pandas 0.15.0+) and then extract the days from the object:

td_series.astype(pd.Timedelta).apply(lambda l: l.days)

Another way is to cast the series as a timedelta64 in days, and then cast it as an int:

td_series.astype('timedelta64[D]').astype(int)

Disable Transaction Log

SQL Server requires a transaction log in order to function.

That said there are two modes of operation for the transaction log:

  • Simple
  • Full

In Full mode the transaction log keeps growing until you back up the database. In Simple mode: space in the transaction log is 'recycled' every Checkpoint.

Very few people have a need to run their databases in the Full recovery model. The only point in using the Full model is if you want to backup the database multiple times per day, and backing up the whole database takes too long - so you just backup the transaction log.

The transaction log keeps growing all day, and you keep backing just it up. That night you do your full backup, and SQL Server then truncates the transaction log, begins to reuse the space allocated in the transaction log file.

If you only ever do full database backups, you don't want the Full recovery mode.

<meta charset="utf-8"> vs <meta http-equiv="Content-Type">

There is some news based on Mozilla Foundation, and sitepoint

Do not use this value (http-equiv=content-type) as it is obsolete. Prefer the charset attribute on the <meta> element. enter image description here

Limiting the number of characters in a string, and chopping off the rest

You can also use String.format("%3.3s", "abcdefgh"). The first digit is the minimum length (the string will be left padded if it's shorter), the second digit is the maxiumum length and the string will be truncated if it's longer. So

System.out.printf("'%3.3s' '%3.3s'", "abcdefgh", "a");

will produce

'abc' '  a'

(you can remove quotes, obviously).

Can inner classes access private variables?

Anything that is part of Outer should have access to all of Outer's members, public or private.

Edit: your compiler is correct, var is not a member of Inner. But if you have a reference or pointer to an instance of Outer, it could access that.

RestTemplate: How to send URL and query parameters together

String url = "http://test.com/Services/rest/{id}/Identifier";
Map<String, String> params = new HashMap<String, String>();
params.put("id", "1234");
URI uri = UriComponentsBuilder.fromUriString(url)
        .buildAndExpand(params)
        .toUri();
uri = UriComponentsBuilder
        .fromUri(uri)
        .queryParam("name", "myName")
        .build()
        .toUri();
restTemplate.exchange(uri , HttpMethod.PUT, requestEntity, class_p);

The safe way is to expand the path variables first, and then add the query parameters:

For me this resulted in duplicated encoding, e.g. a space was decoded to %2520 (space -> %20 -> %25).

I solved it by:

String url = "http://test.com/Services/rest/{id}/Identifier";
Map<String, String> params = new HashMap<String, String>();
params.put("id", "1234");
UriComponentsBuilder uriComponentsBuilder = UriComponentsBuilder.fromUriString(url);
uriComponentsBuilder.uriVariables(params);
Uri uri = uriComponentsBuilder.queryParam("name", "myName");
        .build()
        .toUri();
restTemplate.exchange(uri , HttpMethod.PUT, requestEntity, class_p);

Essentially I am using uriComponentsBuilder.uriVariables(params); to add path parameters. The documentation says:

... In contrast to UriComponents.expand(Map) or buildAndExpand(Map), this method is useful when you need to supply URI variables without building the UriComponents instance just yet, or perhaps pre-expand some shared default values such as host and port. ...

Source: https://docs.spring.io/spring-framework/docs/current/javadoc-api/org/springframework/web/util/UriComponentsBuilder.html#uriVariables-java.util.Map-

Char to int conversion in C

You can use atoi, which is part of the standard library.

python: how to check if a line is an empty line

I think is more robust to use regular expressions:

import re

for i, line in enumerate(content):
    print line if not (re.match('\r?\n', line)) else pass

This would match in Windows/unix. In addition if you are not sure about lines containing only space char you could use '\s*\r?\n' as expression

How do I toggle an element's class in pure JavaScript?

If you want to toggle a class to an element using native solution, you could try this suggestion. I have tasted it in different cases, with or without other classes onto the element, and I think it works pretty much:

(function(objSelector, objClass){
   document.querySelectorAll(objSelector).forEach(function(o){
      o.addEventListener('click', function(e){
        var $this = e.target,
            klass = $this.className,
            findClass = new RegExp('\\b\\s*' + objClass + '\\S*\\s?', 'g');

        if( !findClass.test( $this.className ) )
            if( klass ) 
                $this.className = klass + ' ' + objClass;
            else 
                $this.setAttribute('class', objClass);
        else 
        {
            klass = klass.replace( findClass, '' );
            if(klass) $this.className = klass;
            else $this.removeAttribute('class');
        }
    });
  });
})('.yourElemetnSelector', 'yourClass');

Button Width Match Parent

This is working for me in a self contained widget.

  Widget signinButton() {
    return ButtonTheme(
      minWidth: double.infinity,
      child: new FlatButton(
        onPressed: () {},
        color: Colors.green[400],
        textColor: Colors.white,
        child: Text('Flat Button'),
      ),
    );
  }

// It can then be used in a class that contains a widget tree.

gridview data export to excel in asp.net

I think it will help you

string filename = String.Format("Results_{0}_{1}.xls", DateTime.Today.Month.ToString(), DateTime.Today.Year.ToString());
        if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(GRIDVIEWNAME.Page.Title))
            filename = GRIDVIEWNAME.Page.Title + ".xls";

        HttpContext.Current.Response.Clear();

        HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment;filename=" + filename);


        HttpContext.Current.Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.ms-excel";
        HttpContext.Current.Response.Charset = "";

        System.IO.StringWriter stringWriter = new System.IO.StringWriter();
        System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter htmlWriter = new HtmlTextWriter(stringWriter);



        System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlForm form = new System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlForm();
        GRIDVIEWNAME.Parent.Controls.Add(form);
        form.Controls.Add(GRIDVIEWNAME);
        form.RenderControl(htmlWriter);

        HttpContext.Current.Response.Write("<meta http-equiv=\"Content-Type\" content=\"text/html; charset=utf-8\" />");
        HttpContext.Current.Response.Write(stringWriter.ToString());
        HttpContext.Current.Response.End();

MySQL Trigger after update only if row has changed

Use the following query to see which rows have changes:

(select * from inserted) except (select * from deleted)

The results of this query should consist of all the new records that are different from the old ones.

Remove spaces from a string in VB.NET

You can also use a small function that will loop through and remove any spaces.

This is very clean and simple.

Public Shared Function RemoveXtraSpaces(strVal As String) As String
     Dim iCount As Integer = 1
     Dim sTempstrVal As String

     sTempstrVal = ""

     For iCount = 1 To Len(strVal)
        sTempstrVal = sTempstrVal + Mid(strVal, iCount, 1).Trim
     Next

     RemoveXtraSpaces = sTempstrVal

     Return RemoveXtraSpaces

End Function

how to use sqltransaction in c#

The following example creates a SqlConnection and a SqlTransaction. It also demonstrates how to use the BeginTransaction, Commit, and Rollback methods. The transaction is rolled back on any error, or if it is disposed without first being committed. Try/Catch error handling is used to handle any errors when attempting to commit or roll back the transaction.

private static void ExecuteSqlTransaction(string connectionString)
{
    using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connectionString))
    {
        connection.Open();

        SqlCommand command = connection.CreateCommand();
        SqlTransaction transaction;

        // Start a local transaction.
        transaction = connection.BeginTransaction("SampleTransaction");

        // Must assign both transaction object and connection 
        // to Command object for a pending local transaction
        command.Connection = connection;
        command.Transaction = transaction;

        try
        {
            command.CommandText =
                "Insert into Region (RegionID, RegionDescription) VALUES (100, 'Description')";
            command.ExecuteNonQuery();
            command.CommandText =
                "Insert into Region (RegionID, RegionDescription) VALUES (101, 'Description')";
            command.ExecuteNonQuery();

            // Attempt to commit the transaction.
            transaction.Commit();
            Console.WriteLine("Both records are written to database.");
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            Console.WriteLine("Commit Exception Type: {0}", ex.GetType());
            Console.WriteLine("  Message: {0}", ex.Message);

            // Attempt to roll back the transaction. 
            try
            {
                transaction.Rollback();
            }
            catch (Exception ex2)
            {
                // This catch block will handle any errors that may have occurred 
                // on the server that would cause the rollback to fail, such as 
                // a closed connection.
                Console.WriteLine("Rollback Exception Type: {0}", ex2.GetType());
                Console.WriteLine("  Message: {0}", ex2.Message);
            }
        }
    }
}

See SqlTransaction Class

How to format number of decimal places in wpf using style/template?

The accepted answer does not show 0 in integer place on giving input like 0.299. It shows .3 in WPF UI. So my suggestion to use following string format

<TextBox Text="{Binding Value,  StringFormat={}{0:#,0.0}}" 

VB.NET - Remove a characters from a String

The string class's Replace method can also be used to remove multiple characters from a string:

Dim newstring As String
newstring = oldstring.Replace(",", "").Replace(";", "")

How to run Java program in command prompt

You can use javac *.java command to compile all you java sources. Also you should learn a little about classpath because it seems that you should set appropriate classpath for succesful compilation (because your IDE use some libraries for building WebService clients). Also I can recommend you to check wich command your IDE use to build your project.

jquery drop down menu closing by clicking outside

You can tell any click that bubbles all the way up the DOM to hide the dropdown, and any click that makes it to the parent of the dropdown to stop bubbling.

/* Anything that gets to the document
   will hide the dropdown */
$(document).click(function(){
  $("#dropdown").hide();
});

/* Clicks within the dropdown won't make
   it past the dropdown itself */
$("#dropdown").click(function(e){
  e.stopPropagation();
});

Demo: http://jsbin.com/umubad/2/edit

How can I recognize touch events using jQuery in Safari for iPad? Is it possible?

I was a little bit worried about using only touchmove for my project, since it only seems to fire when your touch moves from one location to another (and not on the initial touch). So I combined it with touchstart, and this seems to work very well for the initial touch and any movements.

<script>

function doTouch(e) {
    e.preventDefault();
    var touch = e.touches[0];

    document.getElementById("xtext").innerHTML = touch.pageX;
    document.getElementById("ytext").innerHTML = touch.pageY;   
}

document.addEventListener('touchstart', function(e) {doTouch(e);}, false);
document.addEventListener('touchmove', function(e) {doTouch(e);}, false);

</script>

X: <div id="xtext">0</div>
Y: <div id="ytext">0</div>

How to sum the values of a JavaScript object?

We can iterate object using in keyword and can perform any arithmetic operation.

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// input
const sample = {
    'a': 1,
    'b': 2,
    'c': 3
};

// var
let sum = 0;

// object iteration
for (key in sample) {
    //sum
    sum += (+sample[key]);
}
// result
console.log("sum:=>", sum);
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TortoiseSVN icons overlay not showing after updating to Windows 10

I fixed my problems with TortoiseSVN icons not showing up in Windows 10, for the special case where my repository was on a removable drive.

There is a Tortoise setting that determines which Drive Types the icons are used with: Drives A: and B:, Removable drives, Network drives, Fixed drives, CD-ROM, RAM drives, and Unknown drives.

It was NOT a problem with the naming of the icon overlays in the Windows Registry.

The names were automatically prefixed with "1", "2", etc.

to force them (in my computer) alphabetically at the top of the list just before the OneDrive icons.

So, all of the icons were within the top 15. To get to the Tortoise settings, right click on Desktop or a folder and then choose TortoiseSVN > Settings.

In Settings, choose Icon Overlays. There'll you find the Drive Types settings.

css - position div to bottom of containing div

Add position: relative to .outside. (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/CSS/position)

Elements that are positioned relatively are still considered to be in the normal flow of elements in the document. In contrast, an element that is positioned absolutely is taken out of the flow and thus takes up no space when placing other elements. The absolutely positioned element is positioned relative to nearest positioned ancestor. If a positioned ancestor doesn't exist, the initial container is used.

The "initial container" would be <body>, but adding the above makes .outside positioned.

mysqld_safe Directory '/var/run/mysqld' for UNIX socket file don't exists

Work for me in CentOS:

$ service mysql stop
$ mysqld --skip-grant-tables &
$ mysql -u root mysql

mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
mysql> ALTER USER 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'new_password';

$ service mysql restart

Runtime vs. Compile time

I have always thought of it relative to program processing overhead and how it affects preformance as previously stated. A simple example would be, either defining the absolute memory required for my object in code or not.

A defined boolean takes x memory this is then in the compiled program and cannot be changed. When the program runs it knows exactly how much memory to allocate for x.

On the other hand if I just define a generic object type (i.e. kind of a undefined place holder or maybe a pointer to some giant blob) the actual memory required for my object is not known until the program is run and I assign something to it, thus it then must be evaluated and memory allocation, etc. will be then handled dynamically at run time (more run time overhead).

How it is dynamically handled would then depend on the language, the compiler, the OS, your code, etc.

On that note however it would really depends on the context in which you are using run time vs compile time.

how to show calendar on text box click in html

You should read-up on jQueryUI Datepicker

Once you include the relevant jQuery UI library, it's as simple as,

Script:

$(function() {
    $( "#datepicker" ).datepicker();
});

HTML:

<input type="text" id="datepicker" />

Pros:

  • it is thoroughly tested for x-browser compatibility, so you won't have a problem.
  • Separate css file, so you can customize it as per your liking

Make Bootstrap 3 Tabs Responsive

I prefer a css only scheme based on horizontal scroll, like tabs on android. This's my solution, just wrap with a class nav-tabs-responsive:

<div class="nav-tabs-responsive">
  <ul class="nav nav-tabs" role="tablist">
    <li>...</li>
  </ul>
</div>

And two css lines:

.nav-tabs { min-width: 600px; }
.nav-tabs-responsive { overflow: auto; }

600px is the point over you will be responsive (you can set it using bootstrap variables)

CodeIgniter activerecord, retrieve last insert id?

for Specific table you cannot use $this->db->insert_id() . even the last insert happened long ago it can be fetched like this. may be wrong. but working well for me

     $this->db->select_max('{primary key}');
     $result= $this->db->get('{table}')->row_array();
     echo $result['{primary key}'];

File.Move Does Not Work - File Already Exists

If you don't have the option to delete the already existing file in the new location, but still need to move and delete from the original location, this renaming trick might work:

string newFileLocation = @"c:\test\Test\SomeFile.txt";

while (File.Exists(newFileLocation)) {
    newFileLocation = newFileLocation.Split('.')[0] + "_copy." + newFileLocation.Split('.')[1];
}
File.Move(@"c:\test\SomeFile.txt", newFileLocation);

This assumes the only '.' in the file name is before the extension. It splits the file in two before the extension, attaches "_copy." in between. This lets you move the file, but creates a copy if the file already exists or a copy of the copy already exists, or a copy of the copy of the copy exists... ;)

Do I really need to encode '&' as '&amp;'?

In HTML a & marks the begin of a reference, either of a character reference or of an entity reference. From that point on the parser expects either a # denoting a character reference, or an entity name denoting an entity reference, both followed by a ;. That’s the normal behavior.

But if the reference name or just the reference opening & is followed by a white space or other delimiters like ", ', <, >, &, the ending ; and even a reference to represent a plain & can be omitted:

<p title="&amp;">foo &amp; bar</p>
<p title="&amp">foo &amp bar</p>
<p title="&">foo & bar</p>

Only in these cases the ending ; or even the reference itself can be omitted (at least in HTML 4). I think HTML 5 requires the ending ;.

But the specification recommends to always use a reference like the character reference &#38; or the entity reference &amp; to avoid confusion:

Authors should use "&amp;" (ASCII decimal 38) instead of "&" to avoid confusion with the beginning of a character reference (entity reference open delimiter). Authors should also use "&amp;" in attribute values since character references are allowed within CDATA attribute values.

java get file size efficiently

In response to rgrig's benchmark, the time taken to open/close the FileChannel & RandomAccessFile instances also needs to be taken into account, as these classes will open a stream for reading the file.

After modifying the benchmark, I got these results for 1 iterations on a 85MB file:

file totalTime: 48000 (48 us)
raf totalTime: 261000 (261 us)
channel totalTime: 7020000 (7 ms)

For 10000 iterations on same file:

file totalTime: 80074000 (80 ms)
raf totalTime: 295417000 (295 ms)
channel totalTime: 368239000 (368 ms)

If all you need is the file size, file.length() is the fastest way to do it. If you plan to use the file for other purposes like reading/writing, then RAF seems to be a better bet. Just don't forget to close the file connection :-)

import java.io.File;
import java.io.FileInputStream;
import java.io.RandomAccessFile;
import java.nio.channels.FileChannel;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;

public class FileSizeBench
{    
    public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception
    {
        int iterations = 1;
        String fileEntry = args[0];

        Map<String, Long> times = new HashMap<String, Long>();
        times.put("file", 0L);
        times.put("channel", 0L);
        times.put("raf", 0L);

        long fileSize;
        long start;
        long end;
        File f1;
        FileChannel channel;
        RandomAccessFile raf;

        for (int i = 0; i < iterations; i++)
        {
            // file.length()
            start = System.nanoTime();
            f1 = new File(fileEntry);
            fileSize = f1.length();
            end = System.nanoTime();
            times.put("file", times.get("file") + end - start);

            // channel.size()
            start = System.nanoTime();
            channel = new FileInputStream(fileEntry).getChannel();
            fileSize = channel.size();
            channel.close();
            end = System.nanoTime();
            times.put("channel", times.get("channel") + end - start);

            // raf.length()
            start = System.nanoTime();
            raf = new RandomAccessFile(fileEntry, "r");
            fileSize = raf.length();
            raf.close();
            end = System.nanoTime();
            times.put("raf", times.get("raf") + end - start);
        }

        for (Map.Entry<String, Long> entry : times.entrySet()) {
            System.out.println(entry.getKey() + " totalTime: " + entry.getValue() + " (" + getTime(entry.getValue()) + ")");
        }
    }

    public static String getTime(Long timeTaken)
    {
        if (timeTaken < 1000) {
            return timeTaken + " ns";
        } else if (timeTaken < (1000*1000)) {
            return timeTaken/1000 + " us"; 
        } else {
            return timeTaken/(1000*1000) + " ms";
        } 
    }
}

Cleanest way to write retry logic?

Implemented LBushkin's answer in the latest fashion:

    public static async Task Do(Func<Task> task, TimeSpan retryInterval, int maxAttemptCount = 3)
    {
        var exceptions = new List<Exception>();
        for (int attempted = 0; attempted < maxAttemptCount; attempted++)
        {
            try
            {
                if (attempted > 0)
                {
                    await Task.Delay(retryInterval);
                }

                await task();
                return;
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {
                exceptions.Add(ex);
            }
        }
        throw new AggregateException(exceptions);
    }

    public static async Task<T> Do<T>(Func<Task<T>> task, TimeSpan retryInterval, int maxAttemptCount = 3)
    {
        var exceptions = new List<Exception>();
        for (int attempted = 0; attempted < maxAttemptCount; attempted++)
        {
            try
            {
                if (attempted > 0)
                {
                    await Task.Delay(retryInterval);
                }
                return await task();
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {
                exceptions.Add(ex);
            }
        }
        throw new AggregateException(exceptions);
    }  

and to use it:

await Retry.Do([TaskFunction], retryInterval, retryAttempts);

whereas the function [TaskFunction] can either be Task<T> or just Task.

Vertical align in bootstrap table

For me <td class="align-middle" >${element.imie}</td> works. I'm using Bootstrap v4.0.0-beta .

How to add an extra column to a NumPy array

Add an extra column to a numpy array:

Numpy's np.append method takes three parameters, the first two are 2D numpy arrays and the 3rd is an axis parameter instructing along which axis to append:

import numpy as np  
x = np.array([[1,2,3], [4,5,6]]) 
print("Original x:") 
print(x) 

y = np.array([[1], [1]]) 
print("Original y:") 
print(y) 

print("x appended to y on axis of 1:") 
print(np.append(x, y, axis=1)) 

Prints:

Original x:
[[1 2 3]
 [4 5 6]]
Original y:
[[1]
 [1]]
x appended to y on axis of 1:
[[1 2 3 1]
 [4 5 6 1]]

usr/bin/ld: cannot find -l<nameOfTheLibrary>

The library I was trying to link to turned out to have a non-standard name (i.e. wasn't prefixed with 'lib'), so they recommended using a command like this to compile it -

gcc test.c -Iinclude lib/cspice.a -lm

Compare DATETIME and DATE ignoring time portion

You can try this one

CONVERT(DATE, GETDATE()) = CONVERT(DATE,'2017-11-16 21:57:20.000')

I test that for MS SQL 2014 by following code

select case when CONVERT(DATE, GETDATE()) = CONVERT(DATE,'2017-11-16 21:57:20.000') then 'ok'
            else '' end

What is the difference between `throw new Error` and `throw someObject`?

you can throw as object

throw ({message: 'This Failed'})

then for example in your try/catch

try {
//
} catch(e) {
    console.log(e); //{message: 'This Failed'}
    console.log(e.message); //This Failed
}

or just throw a string error

throw ('Your error')

try {
//
} catch(e) {
    console.log(e); //Your error
}

throw new Error //only accept a string

How to print the ld(linker) search path

The question is tagged Linux, but maybe this works as well under Linux?

gcc -Xlinker -v

Under Mac OS X, this prints:

@(#)PROGRAM:ld  PROJECT:ld64-224.1
configured to support archs: armv6 armv7 armv7s arm64 i386 x86_64 armv6m armv7m armv7em
Library search paths:
    /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.9.sdk/usr/lib
Framework search paths:
    /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.9.sdk/System/Library/Frameworks/
[...]

The -Xlinker option of gcc above just passes -v to ld. However:

ld -v

doesn't print the search path.

What is a deadlock?

Deadlock is a common problem in multiprocessing/multiprogramming problems in OS. Say there are two processes P1, P2 and two globally shareable resource R1, R2 and in critical section both resources need to be accessed

Initially, the OS assigns R1 to process P1 and R2 to process P2. As both processes are running concurrently they may start executing their code but the PROBLEM arises when a process hits the critical section. So process R1 will wait for process P2 to release R2 and vice versa... So they will wait for forever (DEADLOCK CONDITION).

A small ANALOGY...

Your Mother(OS),
You(P1),
Your brother(P2),
Apple(R1),
Knife(R2),
critical section(cutting apple with knife).

Your mother gives you the apple and the knife to your brother in the beginning.
Both are happy and playing(Executing their codes).
Anyone of you wants to cut the apple(critical section) at some point.
You don't want to give the apple to your brother.
Your brother doesn't want to give the knife to you.
So both of you are going to wait for a long very long time :)

Escaping single quote in PHP when inserting into MySQL

You have a couple of things fighting in your strings.

  • lack of correct MySQL quoting (mysql_real_escape_string())
  • potential automatic 'magic quote' -- check your gpc_magic_quotes setting
  • embedded string variables, which means you have to know how PHP correctly finds variables

It's also possible that the single-quoted value is not present in the parameters to the first query. Your example is a proper name, after all, and only the second query seems to be dealing with names.

Favicon not showing up in Google Chrome

I also experienced the same thing. I found out that my favicon.ico had not been processed as a legitimate shortcut icon. I understand that favicons must be scaled to 16x16 and follow the Microsoft Icon format.

How to add anything in <head> through jquery/javascript?

Try a javascript pure:

Library JS:

appendHtml = function(element, html) {
    var div = document.createElement('div');
    div.innerHTML = html;
    while (div.children.length > 0) {
        element.appendChild(div.children[0]);
    }
}

Type: appendHtml(document.head, '<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://example.com/example.css"/>');

or jQuery:

$('head').append($('<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />').attr('href', 'http://example.com/example.css'));

Get value when selected ng-option changes

You will get selected option's value and text from list/array by using filter.
editobj.FlagName=(EmployeeStatus|filter:{Value:editobj.Flag})[0].KeyName

<select name="statusSelect"
      id="statusSelect"
      class="form-control"
      ng-model="editobj.Flag"
      ng-options="option.Value as option.KeyName for option in EmployeeStatus"
      ng-change="editobj.FlagName=(EmployeeStatus|filter:{Value:editobj.Flag})[0].KeyName">
</select>

Get $_POST from multiple checkboxes

It's pretty simple. Pay attention and you'll get it right away! :)

You will create a html array, which will be then sent to php array. Your html code will look like this:

<input type="checkbox" name="check_list[1]" alt="Checkbox" value="checked">
<input type="checkbox" name="check_list[2]" alt="Checkbox" value="checked">
<input type="checkbox" name="check_list[3]" alt="Checkbox" value="checked">

Where [1] [2] [3] are the IDs of your messages, meaning that you will echo your $row['Report ID'] in their place.

Then, when you submit the form, your PHP array will look like this:

print_r($check_list)

[1] => checked [3] => checked

Depending on which were checked and which were not.

I'm sure you can continue from this point forward.

How to add "class" to host element?

Here's how I did it (Angular 7):

In the component, add an input:

@Input() componentClass: string = '';

Then in the component's HTML template add something like:

<div [ngClass]="componentClass">...</div>

And finally in the HTML template where you instance the component:

<root componentClass="someclass someotherclass">...</root>

Disclaimer: I'm fairly new to Angular, so I might be just getting lucky here!

Changing the selected option of an HTML Select element

Markup

<select id="my_select">
    <option value="1">First</option>
    <option value="2">Second</option>
    <option value="3">Third</option>
</select>

jQuery

var my_value = 2;
$('#my_select option').each(function(){
    var $this = $(this); // cache this jQuery object to avoid overhead

    if ($this.val() == my_value) { // if this option's value is equal to our value
        $this.prop('selected', true); // select this option
        return false; // break the loop, no need to look further
    }
});

Demo

How to center a "position: absolute" element

#parent
{
    position : relative;
    height: 0;
    overflow: hidden;
    padding-bottom: 56.25% /* images with aspect ratio: 16:9  */
}

img 
{
    height: auto!important;
    width: auto!important;
    min-height: 100%;
    min-width: 100%;
    position: absolute;
    display: block;
    /*  */
    top: -9999px;
    bottom: -9999px;
    left: -9999px;
    right: -9999px;
    margin: auto;
}

I don't remember where I saw the centering method listed above, using negative top, right, bottom, left values. For me, this tehnique is the best, in most situations.

When I use the combination from above, the image behaves like a background-image with the following settings:

background-position: 50% 50%;
background-repeat: no-repeat;
background-size: cover;

More details about the first example can be found here:
Maintain the aspect ratio of a div with CSS

How to read a file from jar in Java?

Ah, this is one of my favorite subjects. There are essentially two ways you can load a resource through the classpath:

Class.getResourceAsStream(resource)

and

ClassLoader.getResourceAsStream(resource)

(there are other ways which involve getting a URL for the resource in a similar fashion, then opening a connection to it, but these are the two direct ways).

The first method actually delegates to the second, after mangling the resource name. There are essentially two kinds of resource names: absolute (e.g. "/path/to/resource/resource") and relative (e.g. "resource"). Absolute paths start with "/".

Here's an example which should illustrate. Consider a class com.example.A. Consider two resources, one located at /com/example/nested, the other at /top, in the classpath. The following program shows nine possible ways to access the two resources:

package com.example;

public class A {

    public static void main(String args[]) {

        // Class.getResourceAsStream
        Object resource = A.class.getResourceAsStream("nested");
        System.out.println("1: A.class nested=" + resource);

        resource = A.class.getResourceAsStream("/com/example/nested");
        System.out.println("2: A.class /com/example/nested=" + resource);

        resource = A.class.getResourceAsStream("top");
        System.out.println("3: A.class top=" + resource);

        resource = A.class.getResourceAsStream("/top");
        System.out.println("4: A.class /top=" + resource);

        // ClassLoader.getResourceAsStream
        ClassLoader cl = A.class.getClassLoader();
        resource = cl.getResourceAsStream("nested");        
        System.out.println("5: cl nested=" + resource);

        resource = cl.getResourceAsStream("/com/example/nested");
        System.out.println("6: cl /com/example/nested=" + resource);
        resource = cl.getResourceAsStream("com/example/nested");
        System.out.println("7: cl com/example/nested=" + resource);

        resource = cl.getResourceAsStream("top");
        System.out.println("8: cl top=" + resource);

        resource = cl.getResourceAsStream("/top");
        System.out.println("9: cl /top=" + resource);
    }

}

The output from the program is:

1: A.class nested=java.io.BufferedInputStream@19821f
2: A.class /com/example/nested=java.io.BufferedInputStream@addbf1
3: A.class top=null
4: A.class /top=java.io.BufferedInputStream@42e816
5: cl nested=null
6: cl /com/example/nested=null
7: cl com/example/nested=java.io.BufferedInputStream@9304b1
8: cl top=java.io.BufferedInputStream@190d11
9: cl /top=null

Mostly things do what you'd expect. Case-3 fails because class relative resolving is with respect to the Class, so "top" means "/com/example/top", but "/top" means what it says.

Case-5 fails because classloader relative resolving is with respect to the classloader. But, unexpectedly Case-6 also fails: one might expect "/com/example/nested" to resolve properly. To access a nested resource through the classloader you need to use Case-7, i.e. the nested path is relative to the root of the classloader. Likewise Case-9 fails, but Case-8 passes.

Remember: for java.lang.Class, getResourceAsStream() does delegate to the classloader:

     public InputStream getResourceAsStream(String name) {
        name = resolveName(name);
        ClassLoader cl = getClassLoader0();
        if (cl==null) {
            // A system class.
            return ClassLoader.getSystemResourceAsStream(name);
        }
        return cl.getResourceAsStream(name);
    }

so it is the behavior of resolveName() that is important.

Finally, since it is the behavior of the classloader that loaded the class that essentially controls getResourceAsStream(), and the classloader is often a custom loader, then the resource-loading rules may be even more complex. e.g. for Web-Applications, load from WEB-INF/classes or WEB-INF/lib in the context of the web application, but not from other web-applications which are isolated. Also, well-behaved classloaders delegate to parents, so that duplicateed resources in the classpath may not be accessible using this mechanism.

How to add 10 minutes to my (String) time?

Something like this

 String myTime = "14:10";
 SimpleDateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("HH:mm");
 Date d = df.parse(myTime); 
 Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
 cal.setTime(d);
 cal.add(Calendar.MINUTE, 10);
 String newTime = df.format(cal.getTime());

As a fair warning there might be some problems if daylight savings time is involved in this 10 minute period.

Laravel Eloquent - Get one Row

Simply use this:

$user = User::whereEmail($email)->first();

How to use java.net.URLConnection to fire and handle HTTP requests?

I suggest you take a look at the code on kevinsawicki/http-request, its basically a wrapper on top of HttpUrlConnection it provides a much simpler API in case you just want to make the requests right now or you can take a look at the sources (it's not too big) to take a look at how connections are handled.

Example: Make a GET request with content type application/json and some query parameters:

// GET http://google.com?q=baseball%20gloves&size=100
String response = HttpRequest.get("http://google.com", true, "q", "baseball gloves", "size", 100)
        .accept("application/json")
        .body();
System.out.println("Response was: " + response);

SVG Positioning

There are two ways to group multiple SVG shapes and position the group:

The first to use <g> with transform attribute as Aaron wrote. But you can't just use a x attribute on the <g> element.

The other way is to use nested <svg> element.

<svg id="parent">
   <svg id="group1" x="10">
      <!-- some shapes -->
   </svg>
</svg>

In this way, the #group1 svg is nested in #parent, and the x=10 is relative to the parent svg. However, you can't use transform attribute on <svg> element, which is quite the contrary of <g> element.

How to create own dynamic type or dynamic object in C#?

I recently had a need to take this one step further, which was to make the property additions in the dynamic object, dynamic themselves, based on user defined entries. The examples here, and from Microsoft's ExpandoObject documentation, do not specifically address adding properties dynamically, but, can be surmised from how you enumerate and delete properties. Anyhow, I thought this might be helpful to someone. Here is an extremely simplified version of how to add truly dynamic properties to an ExpandoObject (ignoring keyword and other handling):

        // my pretend dataset
        List<string> fields = new List<string>();
        // my 'columns'
        fields.Add("this_thing");
        fields.Add("that_thing");
        fields.Add("the_other");

        dynamic exo = new System.Dynamic.ExpandoObject();

        foreach (string field in fields)
        {
            ((IDictionary<String, Object>)exo).Add(field, field + "_data");
        }

        // output - from Json.Net NuGet package
        textBox1.Text = Newtonsoft.Json.JsonConvert.SerializeObject(exo);

How to get the list of files in a directory in a shell script?

find "${search_dir}" "${work_dir}" -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 -type f -print0 | xargs -0 -I {} echo "{}"

How to convert a JSON string to a Map<String, String> with Jackson JSON

Warning you get is done by compiler, not by library (or utility method).

Simplest way using Jackson directly would be:

HashMap<String,Object> props;

// src is a File, InputStream, String or such
props = new ObjectMapper().readValue(src, new TypeReference<HashMap<String,Object>>() {});
// or:
props = (HashMap<String,Object>) new ObjectMapper().readValue(src, HashMap.class);
// or even just:
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked") // suppresses typed/untype mismatch warnings, which is harmless
props = new ObjectMapper().readValue(src, HashMap.class);

Utility method you call probably just does something similar to this.

Opening popup windows in HTML

HTML alone does not support this. You need to use some JS.

And also consider nowadays people use popup blocker in browsers.

<a href="javascript:window.open('document.aspx','mypopuptitle','width=600,height=400')">open popup</a>

How do I check if a string is a number (float)?

import re
def is_number(num):
    pattern = re.compile(r'^[-+]?[-0-9]\d*\.\d*|[-+]?\.?[0-9]\d*$')
    result = pattern.match(num)
    if result:
        return True
    else:
        return False


?>>>: is_number('1')
True

>>>: is_number('111')
True

>>>: is_number('11.1')
True

>>>: is_number('-11.1')
True

>>>: is_number('inf')
False

>>>: is_number('-inf')
False

How to create a multi line body in C# System.Net.Mail.MailMessage

Adding . before \r\n makes it work if the original string before \r\n has no .

Other characters may work. I didn't try.

With or without the three lines including IsBodyHtml, not a matter.

Gson: Directly convert String to JsonObject (no POJO)

//import com.google.gson.JsonObject;  
JsonObject complaint = new JsonObject();
complaint.addProperty("key", "value");

NodeJS: How to decode base64 encoded string back to binary?

As of Node.js v6.0.0 using the constructor method has been deprecated and the following method should instead be used to construct a new buffer from a base64 encoded string:

var b64string = /* whatever */;
var buf = Buffer.from(b64string, 'base64'); // Ta-da

For Node.js v5.11.1 and below

Construct a new Buffer and pass 'base64' as the second argument:

var b64string = /* whatever */;
var buf = new Buffer(b64string, 'base64'); // Ta-da

If you want to be clean, you can check whether from exists :

if (typeof Buffer.from === "function") {
    // Node 5.10+
    buf = Buffer.from(b64string, 'base64'); // Ta-da
} else {
    // older Node versions, now deprecated
    buf = new Buffer(b64string, 'base64'); // Ta-da
}

How To fix white screen on app Start up?

Try the following code:

<!-- Base application theme. -->
<style name="AppTheme" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light.NoActionBar">
    <!-- Customize your theme here. -->
    <item name="colorPrimary">@color/colorPrimary</item>
    <item name="colorPrimaryDark">@color/colorPrimaryDark</item>
    <item name="colorAccent">@color/colorAccent</item>
    <item name="android:windowNoTitle">true</item>
    <item name="android:windowActionBar">false</item>
    <item name="android:windowFullscreen">true</item>
    <item name="android:windowContentOverlay">@null</item>
    <item name="android:windowIsTranslucent">true</item>
</style>

This code works for me and will work on all Android devices.

Should I use JSLint or JSHint JavaScript validation?

[EDIT]
This answer has been edited. I'm leaving the original answer below for context (otherwise the comments wouldn't make sense).

When this question was originally asked, JSLint was the main linting tool for JavaScript. JSHint was a new fork of JSLint, but had not yet diverged much from the original.

Since then, JSLint has remained pretty much static, while JSHint has changed a great deal - it has thrown away many of JSLint's more antagonistic rules, has added a whole load of new rules, and has generally become more flexible. Also, another tool ESLint is now available, which is even more flexible and has more rule options.

In my original answer, I said that you should not force yourself to stick to JSLint's rules; as long as you understood why it was throwing a warning, you could make a judgement for yourself about whether to change the code to resolve the warning or not.

With the ultra-strict ruleset of JSLint from 2011, this was reasonable advice -- I've seen very few JavaScript codesets that could pass a JSLint test. However with the more pragmatic rules available in today's JSHint and ESLint tools, it is a much more realistic proposition to try to get your code passing through them with zero warnings.

There may still occasionally be cases where a linter will complain about something that you've done intentionally -- for example, you know that you should always use === but just this one time you have a good reason to use ==. But even then, with ESLint you have the option to specify eslint-disable around the line in question so you can still have a passing lint test with zero warnings, with the rest of your code obeying the rule. (just don't do that kind of thing too often!)


[ORIGINAL ANSWER FOLLOWS]

By all means use JSLint. But don't get hung up on the results and on fixing everything that it warns about. It will help you improve your code, and it will help you find potential bugs, but not everything that JSLint complains about turns out to be a real problem, so don't feel like you have to complete the process with zero warnings.

Pretty much any Javascript code with any significant length or complexity will produce warnings in JSLint, no matter how well written it is. If you don't believe me, try running some popular libraries like JQuery through it.

Some JSLint warnings are more valuable than others: learn which ones to watch out for, and which ones are less important. Every warning should be considered, but don't feel obliged to fix your code to clear any given warning; it's perfectly okay to look at the code and decide you're happy with it; there are times when things that JSlint doesn't like are actually the right thing to do.

Generate random array of floats between a range

np.random.uniform fits your use case:

sampl = np.random.uniform(low=0.5, high=13.3, size=(50,))

Update Oct 2019:

While the syntax is still supported, it looks like the API changed with NumPy 1.17 to support greater control over the random number generator. Going forward the API has changed and you should look at https://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/reference/random/generated/numpy.random.Generator.uniform.html

The enhancement proposal is here: https://numpy.org/neps/nep-0019-rng-policy.html

How to create a .gitignore file

Here a nice tip under Windows:

  • Right click in Windows Explorer, New > Text Document
  • Name it .gitignore. (with a trailing dot - that is the tip)
  • You end up with a .gitignore file :)

Tested under Windows 7 and 8.

This tip assumes that your Windows Explorer displays the file extensions.

Windows Explorer .gitignore

Better way to sum a property value in an array

I thought I'd drop my two cents on this: this is one of those operations that should always be purely functional, not relying on any external variables. A few already gave a good answer, using reduce is the way to go here.

Since most of us can already afford to use ES2015 syntax, here's my proposition:

const sumValues = (obj) => Object.keys(obj).reduce((acc, value) => acc + obj[value], 0);

We're making it an immutable function while we're at it. What reduce is doing here is simply this: Start with a value of 0 for the accumulator, and add the value of the current looped item to it.

Yay for functional programming and ES2015! :)

Node.js res.setHeader('content-type', 'text/javascript'); pushing the response javascript as file download

Use application/javascript as content type instead of text/javascript

text/javascript is mentioned obsolete. See reference docs.

http://www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/application

Also see this question on SO.

UPDATE:

I have tried executing the code you have given and the below didn't work.

res.setHeader('content-type', 'text/javascript');
res.send(JS_Script);

This is what worked for me.

res.setHeader('content-type', 'text/javascript');
res.end(JS_Script);

As robertklep has suggested, please refer to the node http docs, there is no response.send() there.

AngularJS Uploading An Image With ng-upload

In my case above mentioned methods work fine with php but when i try to upload files with these methods in node.js then i have some problem. So instead of using $http({..,..,...}) use the normal jquery ajax.

For select file use this

<input type="file" name="file" onchange="angular.element(this).scope().uploadFile(this)"/>

And in controller

$scope.uploadFile = function(element) {   
var data = new FormData();
data.append('file', $(element)[0].files[0]);
jQuery.ajax({
      url: 'brand/upload',
      type:'post',
      data: data,
      contentType: false,
      processData: false,
      success: function(response) {
      console.log(response);
      },
      error: function(jqXHR, textStatus, errorMessage) {
      alert('Error uploading: ' + errorMessage);
      }
 });   
};

Spring Data JPA find by embedded object property

According to me, Spring doesn't handle all the cases with ease. In your case the following should do the trick

Page<QueuedBook> findByBookIdRegion(Region region, Pageable pageable);  

or

Page<QueuedBook> findByBookId_Region(Region region, Pageable pageable);

However, it also depends on the naming convention of fields that you have in your @Embeddable class,

e.g. the following field might not work in any of the styles that mentioned above

private String cRcdDel;

I tried with both the cases (as follows) and it didn't work (it seems like Spring doesn't handle this type of naming conventions(i.e. to many Caps , especially in the beginning - 2nd letter (not sure about if this is the only case though)

Page<QueuedBook> findByBookIdCRcdDel(String cRcdDel, Pageable pageable); 

or

Page<QueuedBook> findByBookIdCRcdDel(String cRcdDel, Pageable pageable);

When I renamed column to

private String rcdDel;

my following solutions work fine without any issue:

Page<QueuedBook> findByBookIdRcdDel(String rcdDel, Pageable pageable); 

OR

Page<QueuedBook> findByBookIdRcdDel(String rcdDel, Pageable pageable);

How to get the PYTHONPATH in shell?

Just write:

just write which python in your terminal and you will see the python path you are using.

for loop in Python

Use this instead of a for loop:

k = 1
while k <= c:
   #code
   k += 1

How to find nth occurrence of character in a string?

Two simple options occur:

  • Use charAt() repeatedly
  • Use indexOf() repeatedly

For example:

public static int nthIndexOf(String text, char needle, int n)
{
    for (int i = 0; i < text.length(); i++)
    {
        if (text.charAt(i) == needle)
        {
            n--;
            if (n == 0)
            {
                return i;
            }
        }
    }
    return -1;
}

That may well not perform as well as using indexOf repeatedly, but it's possibly simpler to get right.