Programs & Examples On #Key value coding

Key Value Coding is a mechanism for accessing an object’s properties indirectly, using strings to identify properties, rather than through invocation of an accessor method or accessing them directly through instance variables.

Difference between objectForKey and valueForKey?

objectForKey: is an NSDictionary method. An NSDictionary is a collection class similar to an NSArray, except instead of using indexes, it uses keys to differentiate between items. A key is an arbitrary string you provide. No two objects can have the same key (just as no two objects in an NSArray can have the same index).

valueForKey: is a KVC method. It works with ANY class. valueForKey: allows you to access a property using a string for its name. So for instance, if I have an Account class with a property accountNumber, I can do the following:

NSNumber *anAccountNumber = [NSNumber numberWithInt:12345];
Account *newAccount = [[Account alloc] init];

[newAccount setAccountNumber:anAccountNUmber];

NSNumber *anotherAccountNumber = [newAccount accountNumber];

Using KVC, I can access the property dynamically:

NSNumber *anAccountNumber = [NSNumber numberWithInt:12345];
Account *newAccount = [[Account alloc] init];

[newAccount setValue:anAccountNumber forKey:@"accountNumber"];

NSNumber *anotherAccountNumber = [newAccount valueForKey:@"accountNumber"];

Those are equivalent sets of statements.

I know you're thinking: wow, but sarcastically. KVC doesn't look all that useful. In fact, it looks "wordy". But when you want to change things at runtime, you can do lots of cool things that are much more difficult in other languages (but this is beyond the scope of your question).

If you want to learn more about KVC, there are many tutorials if you Google especially at Scott Stevenson's blog. You can also check out the NSKeyValueCoding Protocol Reference.

Hope that helps.

What is the difference between an int and an Integer in Java and C#?

I'll just post here since some of the other posts are slightly inaccurate in relation to C#.

Correct: int is an alias for System.Int32.
Wrong: float is not an alias for System.Float, but for System.Single

Basically, int is a reserved keyword in the C# programming language, and is an alias for the System.Int32 value type.

float and Float is not the same however, as the right system type for ''float'' is System.Single. There are some types like this that has reserved keywords that doesn't seem to match the type names directly.

In C# there is no difference between ''int'' and ''System.Int32'', or any of the other pairs or keywords/system types, except for when defining enums. With enums you can specify the storage size to use and in this case you can only use the reserved keyword, and not the system runtime type name.

Wether the value in the int will be stored on the stack, in memory, or as a referenced heap object depends on the context and how you use it.

This declaration in a method:

int i;

defines a variable i of type System.Int32, living in a register or on the stack, depending on optimizations. The same declaration in a type (struct or class) defines a member field. The same declaration in a method argument list defines a parameter, with the same storage options as for a local variable. (note that this paragraph is not valid if you start pulling iterator methods into the mix, these are different beasts altogether)

To get a heap object, you can use boxing:

object o = i;

this will create a boxed copy of the contents of i on the heap. In IL you can access methods on the heap object directly, but in C# you need to cast it back to an int, which will create another copy. Thus, the object on the heap cannot easily be changed in C# without creating a new boxed copy of a new int value. (Ugh, this paragraph doesn't read all that easily.)

Angular Material: mat-select not selecting default

Use a binding for the value in your template.

value="{{ option.id }}"

should be

[value]="option.id"

And in your selected value use ngModel instead of value.

<mat-select [(value)]="selected2">

should be

<mat-select [(ngModel)]="selected2">

Complete code:

<div>
  <mat-select [(ngModel)]="selected2">
    <mat-option *ngFor="let option of options2" [value]="option.id">{{ option.name }}</mat-option>
  </mat-select>
</div>

On a side note as of version 2.0.0-beta.12 the material select now accepts a mat-form-field element as the parent element so it is consistent with the other material input controls. Replace the div element with mat-form-field element after you upgrade.

<mat-form-field>
  <mat-select [(ngModel)]="selected2">
    <mat-option *ngFor="let option of options2" [value]="option.id">{{ option.name }}</mat-option>
  </mat-select>
</mat-form-field>

MacOS Xcode CoreSimulator folder very big. Is it ok to delete content?

If you happen to be an iOS developer:

Check how many simulators that you have downloaded as they take up a lot of space:

Go to: ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/iOS DeviceSupport

Also delete old archived apps:

Go to: ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/Archives

I cleared 100GB doing this.

Getting Python error "from: can't read /var/mail/Bio"

No, it's not the script, it's the fact that your script is not executed by Python at all. If your script is stored in a file named script.py, you have to execute it as python script.py, otherwise the default shell will execute it and it will bail out at the from keyword. (Incidentally, from is the name of a command line utility which prints names of those who have sent mail to the given username, so that's why it tries to access the mailboxes).

Another possibility is to add the following line to the top of the script:

#!/usr/bin/env python

This will instruct your shell to execute the script via python instead of trying to interpret it on its own.

How to overcome "'aclocal-1.15' is missing on your system" warning?

The problem is not automake package, is the repository

sudo apt-get install automake

Installs version aclocal-1.4, that's why you can't find 1.5 (In Ubuntu 14,15)

Use this script to install latest https://github.com/gp187/nginx-builder/blob/master/fix/aclocal.sh

Insert data into a view (SQL Server)

You have created a table with ID as PRIMARY KEY, which satisfies UNIQUE and NOT NULL constraints, so you can't make the ID as NULL by inserting name field, so ID should also be inserted.

The error message indicates this.

How to delete parent element using jQuery

Use parents() instead of parent():

$("a").click(function(event) {
  event.preventDefault();
  $(this).parents('.li').remove();
});

How do you configure HttpOnly cookies in tomcat / java webapps?

httpOnly is supported as of Tomcat 6.0.19 and Tomcat 5.5.28.

See the changelog entry for bug 44382.

The last comment for bug 44382 states, "this has been applied to 5.5.x and will be included in 5.5.28 onwards." However, it does not appear that 5.5.28 has been released.

The httpOnly functionality can be enabled for all webapps in conf/context.xml:

<Context useHttpOnly="true">
...
</Context>

My interpretation is that it also works for an individual context by setting it on the desired Context entry in conf/server.xml (in the same manner as above).

ReDim Preserve to a Multi-Dimensional Array in Visual Basic 6

In regards to this:

"in my task I have to change the whole array (2 dimensions"

Just use a "jagged" array (ie an array of arrays of values). Then you can change the dimensions as you wish. You can have a 1-D array of variants, and the variants can contain arrays.

A bit more work perhaps, but a solution.

How do I run Python code from Sublime Text 2?

If using python 3.x you need to edit the Python3.sublime-build

(Preferences > Browse packages > Python 3)

to look like this:

{
  "path": "/usr/local/bin",
  "cmd": ["python3", "-u", "$file"],
  "file_regex": "^[ ]*File \"(...*?)\", line ([0-9]*)",
  "selector": "source.python"
}

pros and cons between os.path.exists vs os.path.isdir

os.path.exists(path) Returns True if path refers to an existing path. An existing path can be regular files (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_file_types#Regular_file), but also special files (e.g. a directory). So in essence this function returns true if the path provided exists in the filesystem in whatever form (notwithstanding a few exceptions such as broken symlinks).

os.path.isdir(path) in turn will only return true when the path points to a directory

Using onBackPressed() in Android Fragments

In the fragment where you would like to handle your back button you should attach stuff to your view in the oncreateview

@Override
public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container, Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    View v = inflater.inflate(R.layout.second_fragment, container, false);
    v.setOnKeyListener(pressed);
    return v;
}



@Override
public boolean onKey(View v, int keyCode, KeyEvent event) {
    // TODO Auto-generated method stub
    if( keyCode == KeyEvent.KEYCODE_BACK ){
            // back to previous fragment by tag
            myfragmentclass fragment = (myfragmentclass) getActivity().getSupportFragmentManager().findFragmentByTag(TAG);
            if(fragment != null){
                (getActivity().getSupportFragmentManager().beginTransaction()).replace(R.id.cf_g1_mainframe_fm, fragment).commit();
            }
            return true;
        }
        return false;
    }
};

How to add a right button to a UINavigationController?

    UIBarButtonItem *rightBarButtonItem = [[UIBarButtonItem alloc]initWithBarButtonSystemItem:UIBarButtonSystemItemAdd target:self action:@selector(add:)];
self.navigationItem.rightBarButtonItem = rightBarButtonItem;

How to convert HTML to PDF using iText

This links might be helpful to convert.

https://code.google.com/p/flying-saucer/

https://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2007/06/26/generating-pdfs-with-flying-saucer-and-itext.html

If it is a college Project, you can even go for these, http://pd4ml.com/examples.htm

Example is given to convert HTML to PDF

HttpServletRequest to complete URL

In a Spring project you can use

UriComponentsBuilder.fromHttpRequest(new ServletServerHttpRequest(request)).build().toUriString()

C++ callback using class member

Instead of having static methods and passing around a pointer to the class instance, you could use functionality in the new C++11 standard: std::function and std::bind:

#include <functional>
class EventHandler
{
    public:
        void addHandler(std::function<void(int)> callback)
        {
            cout << "Handler added..." << endl;
            // Let's pretend an event just occured
            callback(1);
        }
};

The addHandler method now accepts a std::function argument, and this "function object" have no return value and takes an integer as argument.

To bind it to a specific function, you use std::bind:

class MyClass
{
    public:
        MyClass();

        // Note: No longer marked `static`, and only takes the actual argument
        void Callback(int x);
    private:
        int private_x;
};

MyClass::MyClass()
{
    using namespace std::placeholders; // for `_1`

    private_x = 5;
    handler->addHandler(std::bind(&MyClass::Callback, this, _1));
}

void MyClass::Callback(int x)
{
    // No longer needs an explicit `instance` argument,
    // as `this` is set up properly
    cout << x + private_x << endl;
}

You need to use std::bind when adding the handler, as you explicitly needs to specify the otherwise implicit this pointer as an argument. If you have a free-standing function, you don't have to use std::bind:

void freeStandingCallback(int x)
{
    // ...
}

int main()
{
    // ...
    handler->addHandler(freeStandingCallback);
}

Having the event handler use std::function objects, also makes it possible to use the new C++11 lambda functions:

handler->addHandler([](int x) { std::cout << "x is " << x << '\n'; });

Proxies with Python 'Requests' module

8 years late. But I like:

import os
import requests

os.environ['HTTP_PROXY'] = os.environ['http_proxy'] = 'http://http-connect-proxy:3128/'
os.environ['HTTPS_PROXY'] = os.environ['https_proxy'] = 'http://http-connect-proxy:3128/'
os.environ['NO_PROXY'] = os.environ['no_proxy'] = '127.0.0.1,localhost,.local'

r = requests.get('https://example.com')  # , verify=False

Preloading @font-face fonts?

Google has a nice library for this: https://developers.google.com/webfonts/docs/webfont_loader You can use almost any fonts and the lib will add classes to the html tag.

It even gives you javascript events on when certrain fonts are loaded and active!

Don't forget to serve your fontfiles gzipped! it will certainly speed things up!

Check substring exists in a string in C

My own humble (case sensitive) solution:

uint8_t strContains(char* string, char* toFind)
{
    uint8_t slen = strlen(string);
    uint8_t tFlen = strlen(toFind);
    uint8_t found = 0;

    if( slen >= tFlen )
    {
        for(uint8_t s=0, t=0; s<slen; s++)
        {
            do{

                if( string[s] == toFind[t] )
                {
                    if( ++found == tFlen ) return 1;
                    s++;
                    t++;
                }
                else { s -= found; found=0; t=0; }

              }while(found);
        }
        return 0;
    }
    else return -1;
}

Results

strContains("this is my sample example", "th") // 1
strContains("this is my sample example", "sample") // 1
strContains("this is my sample example", "xam") // 1
strContains("this is my sample example", "ple") // 1
strContains("this is my sample example", "ssample") // 0
strContains("this is my sample example", "samplee") // 0
strContains("this is my sample example", "") // 0
strContains("str", "longer sentence") // -1
strContains("ssssssample", "sample") // 1
strContains("sample", "sample") // 1

Tested on ATmega328P (avr8-gnu-toolchain-3.5.4.1709) ;)

How to change the interval time on bootstrap carousel?

       <div class="carousel-inner text-right">
                  <div class="carousel-item active text-center" id="first"  data-interval="1000" >
                    <img src="images/slide-1.gif" alt="slide-1">
                  </div>
                  <div class="carousel-item  text-center" id="second"  data-interval="2000" >
                    <img src="images/slide-2.gif" alt="slide-2">
                  </div>
                  <div class="carousel-item  text-center" id="third"  data-interval="3000" >
                    <img src="images/slide-3.gif" alt="slide-3">
                  </div>
                  <div class="carousel-item text-center" id="four"  data-interval="5000" >
                    <img src="images/slide-4.gif" alt="slide-4">
                  </div>
                </div>

You can also change different slides.

Place a button right aligned

Another possibility is to use an absolute positioning oriented to the right. You can do it this way:

style="position: absolute; right: 0;"

Rename a dictionary key

I came up with this function which does not mutate the original dictionary. This function also supports list of dictionaries too.

import functools
from typing import Union, Dict, List


def rename_dict_keys(
    data: Union[Dict, List[Dict]], old_key: str, new_key: str
):
    """
    This function renames dictionary keys

    :param data:
    :param old_key:
    :param new_key:
    :return: Union[Dict, List[Dict]]
    """
    if isinstance(data, dict):
        res = {k: v for k, v in data.items() if k != old_key}
        try:
            res[new_key] = data[old_key]
        except KeyError:
            raise KeyError(
                "cannot rename key as old key '%s' is not present in data"
                % old_key
            )
        return res
    elif isinstance(data, list):
        return list(
            map(
                functools.partial(
                    rename_dict_keys, old_key=old_key, new_key=new_key
                ),
                data,
            )
        )
    raise ValueError("expected type List[Dict] or Dict got '%s' for data" % type(data))

What is <scope> under <dependency> in pom.xml for?

Scope tag is always use to limit the transitive dependencies and availability of the jar at class path level.If we don't provide any scope then the default scope will work i.e. Compile .

How can I clone a JavaScript object except for one key?

Here are my two cents, on Typescript, slightly derived from @Paul's answer and using reduce instead.

function objectWithoutKey(object: object, keys: string[]) {
    return keys.reduce((previousValue, currentValue) => {
        // @ts-ignore
        const {[currentValue]: undefined, ...clean} = previousValue;
        return clean
    }, object)
}

// usage
console.log(objectWithoutKey({a: 1, b: 2, c: 3}, ['a', 'b']))

Can Twitter Bootstrap alerts fade in as well as out?

Add hide class to alert-message. Then put the following code after your jQuery script import:

$(document).ready( function(){
    $(".alert-message").animate({ 'height':'toggle','opacity':'toggle'});
    window.setTimeout( function(){
        $(".alert-message").slideUp();
    }, 2500);
});

If you want handle multiple messages, this code will hide them in ascending order:

$(document).ready( function(){
   var hide_delay = 2500;  // starting timeout before first message is hidden
   var hide_next = 800;   // time in mS to wait before hiding next message
   $(".alert-message").slideDown().each( function(index,el) {
      window.setTimeout( function(){
         $(el).slideUp();  // hide the message
      }, hide_delay + hide_next*index);
   });
});

Count unique values in a column in Excel

Another tricky way that just occurred to me (tested and it worked!).

  • Select the data in the column
  • In the menu, select Conditional Formatting, Highlight Cells, Duplicate Values
  • Select whether you want to highlight unique or duplicate values.
  • Save the highlight
  • Select the data
  • Go to Data and then Filter

Filter based on color:

Excel -- 2013 at least -- lets you filter on color. Sweet!

Admittedly, this is more for one-off checks of data than a spreadsheet you'll use often, since it requires some formatting changes.

Cannot deserialize the current JSON array (e.g. [1,2,3])

I think the problem you're having is that your JSON is a list of objects when it comes in and it doesnt directly relate to your root class.

var content would look something like this (i assume):

[
  {
    "id": 3636,
    "is_default": true,
    "name": "Unit",
    "quantity": 1,
    "stock": "100000.00",
    "unit_cost": "0"
  },
  {
    "id": 4592,
    "is_default": false,
    "name": "Bundle",
    "quantity": 5,
    "stock": "100000.00",
    "unit_cost": "0"
  }
]

Note: make use of http://jsonviewer.stack.hu/ to format your JSON.

So if you try the following it should work:

  public static List<RootObject> GetItems(string user, string key, Int32 tid, Int32 pid)
    {
        // Customize URL according to geo location parameters
        var url = string.Format(uniqueItemUrl, user, key, tid, pid);

        // Syncronious Consumption
        var syncClient = new WebClient();

        var content = syncClient.DownloadString(url);

        return JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<List<RootObject>>(content);

    }

You will need to then iterate if you don't wish to return a list of RootObject.


I went ahead and tested this in a Console app, worked fine.

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startForeground fail after upgrade to Android 8.1

Thanks to @CopsOnRoad, his solution was a big help but only works for SDK 26 and higher. My app targets 24 and higher.

To keep Android Studio from complaining you need a conditional directly around the notification. It is not smart enough to know the code is in a method conditional to VERSION_CODE.O.

@Override
public void onCreate(){
    super.onCreate();
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.O)
        startMyOwnForeground();
    else
        startForeground(1, new Notification());
}

private void startMyOwnForeground(){

    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.O){

        String NOTIFICATION_CHANNEL_ID = "com.example.simpleapp";
        String channelName = "My Background Service";
        NotificationChannel chan = new NotificationChannel(NOTIFICATION_CHANNEL_ID, channelName, NotificationManager.IMPORTANCE_NONE);
        chan.setLightColor(Color.BLUE);
        chan.setLockscreenVisibility(Notification.VISIBILITY_PRIVATE);
        NotificationManager manager = (NotificationManager) getSystemService(Context.NOTIFICATION_SERVICE);
        assert manager != null;
        manager.createNotificationChannel(chan);

        NotificationCompat.Builder notificationBuilder = new NotificationCompat.Builder(this, NOTIFICATION_CHANNEL_ID);
        Notification notification = notificationBuilder.setOngoing(true)
                .setSmallIcon(AppSpecific.SMALL_ICON)
                .setContentTitle("App is running in background")
                .setPriority(NotificationManager.IMPORTANCE_MIN)
                .setCategory(Notification.CATEGORY_SERVICE)
                .build();
        startForeground(2, notification);
    }
}

How to generate a GUID in Oracle?

It is not clear what you mean by auto-generate a guid into an insert statement but at a guess, I think you are trying to do something like the following:

INSERT INTO MY_TAB (ID, NAME) VALUES (SYS_GUID(), 'Adams');
INSERT INTO MY_TAB (ID, NAME) VALUES (SYS_GUID(), 'Baker');

In that case I believe the ID column should be declared as RAW(16);

I am doing this off the top of my head. I don't have an Oracle instance handy to test against, but I think that is what you want.

str_replace with array

Because str_replace() replaces left to right, it might replace a previously inserted value when doing multiple replacements.

    // Outputs F because A is replaced with B, then B is replaced with C, and so on...
    // Finally E is replaced with F, because of left to right replacements.
    $search  = array('A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E');
    $replace = array('B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F');
    $subject = 'A';
    echo str_replace($search, $replace, $subject);

IBOutlet and IBAction

Ran into the diagram while looking at key-value coding, thought it might help someone. It helps with understanding of what IBOutlet is.

By looking at the flow, one could see that IBOutlets are only there to match the property name with a control name in the Nib file.

How nib file is loaded, screenshot of Matt's online book for iOS6

npm install -g less does not work: EACCES: permission denied

I have tried all the suggested solutions but nothing worked.

I am using macOS Catalina 10.15.3

Go to /usr/local/

Select bin folder > Get Info

Add your user to Sharing & Permissions. Read & Write Permissions. enter image description here

And go to terminal and run npm install -g @ionic/cli

It has helped me.

GROUP_CONCAT ORDER BY

You can use SEPARATOR and ORDER BY inside the GROUP_CONCAT function in this way:

SELECT li.client_id, group_concat(li.percentage ORDER BY li.views ASC SEPARATOR ',') 
AS views, group_concat(li.percentage ORDER BY li.percentage ASC SEPARATOR ',') FROM li
GROUP BY client_id;

Java: How can I compile an entire directory structure of code ?

With Bash 4+, you can just enable globstar

shopt -s globstar

and then do

javac **/*.java

The Android emulator is not starting, showing "invalid command-line parameter"

I started Task Manager, made sure adb.exe is closed (it locks some files)

Create the folder C:\Android Moved folder + all files from C:\Program Files\android-sdk to C:\Android

Edited C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Android SDK Tools shortcuts.

I considered uninstalling the SDK and re-installing, but for the life of me, where does it store the temp files?? I don't want to re-download the platforms, samples and doco that I have added to the SDK.

How to implement an STL-style iterator and avoid common pitfalls?

First of all you can look here for a list of the various operations the individual iterator types need to support.

Next, when you have made your iterator class you need to either specialize std::iterator_traits for it and provide some necessary typedefs (like iterator_category or value_type) or alternatively derive it from std::iterator, which defines the needed typedefs for you and can therefore be used with the default std::iterator_traits.

disclaimer: I know some people don't like cplusplus.com that much, but they provide some really useful information on this.

EditText, inputType values (xml)

Supplemental answer

Here is how the standard keyboard behaves for each of these input types.

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See this answer for more details.

How to detect query which holds the lock in Postgres?

Since 9.6 this is a lot easier as it introduced the function pg_blocking_pids() to find the sessions that are blocking another session.

So you can use something like this:

select pid, 
       usename, 
       pg_blocking_pids(pid) as blocked_by, 
       query as blocked_query
from pg_stat_activity
where cardinality(pg_blocking_pids(pid)) > 0;

How to determine the current iPhone/device model?

Using Swift 3 (Xcode 8.3)

 func deviceName() -> String {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let str = withUnsafePointer(to: &systemInfo.machine.0) { ptr in
            return String(cString: ptr)
        }
        return str
    }

Note: According to official dev forum answer, it is safe to use tuples in this way. Memory alignment for the big Int8 tuple will be the same as if it were a big Int8 array. ie: contiguous and not-padded.

How to enable production mode?

ng build --prod replaces environment.ts with environment.prod.ts

ng build --prod

Can't install APK from browser downloads

I had this problem. Couldn't install apk via the Downloads app. However opening the apk in a file manager app allowed me to install it fine. Using OI File Manager on stock Nexus 7 4.2.1

ComboBox- SelectionChanged event has old value, not new value

This should work for you ...

int myInt= ((data)(((object[])(e.AddedItems))[0])).kid;

How to apply filters to *ngFor?

Pipe would be best approach. but below one would also work.

<div *ng-for="#item of itemsList">
  <ng-container *ng-if="conditon(item)">
    // my code
  </ng-container>
</div>

Converting dd/mm/yyyy formatted string to Datetime

use DateTime.ParseExact

string strDate = "24/01/2013";
DateTime date = DateTime.ParseExact(strDate, "dd/MM/YYYY", null)

null will use the current culture, which is somewhat dangerous. Try to supply a specific culture

DateTime date = DateTime.ParseExact(strDate, "dd/MM/YYYY", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture)

docker entrypoint running bash script gets "permission denied"

If you still get Permission denied errors when you try to run your script in the docker's entrypoint, just try DO NOT use the shell form of the entrypoint:

Instead of: ENTRYPOINT ./bin/watcher write ENTRYPOINT ["./bin/watcher"]:

https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/builder/#entrypoint

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What is the fastest way to transpose a matrix in C++?

Modern linear algebra libraries include optimized versions of the most common operations. Many of them include dynamic CPU dispatch, which chooses the best implementation for the hardware at program execution time (without compromising on portability).

This is commonly a better alternative to performing manual optimization of your functinos via vector extensions intrinsic functions. The latter will tie your implementation to a particular hardware vendor and model: if you decide to swap to a different vendor (e.g. Power, ARM) or to a newer vector extensions (e.g. AVX512), you will need to re-implement it again to get the most of them.

MKL transposition, for example, includes the BLAS extensions function imatcopy. You can find it in other implementations such as OpenBLAS as well:

#include <mkl.h>

void transpose( float* a, int n, int m ) {
    const char row_major = 'R';
    const char transpose = 'T';
    const float alpha = 1.0f;
    mkl_simatcopy (row_major, transpose, n, m, alpha, a, n, n);
}

For a C++ project, you can make use of the Armadillo C++:

#include <armadillo>

void transpose( arma::mat &matrix ) {
    arma::inplace_trans(matrix);
}

How can I pretty-print JSON using Go?

i am sort of new to go, but this is what i gathered up so far:

package srf

import (
    "bytes"
    "encoding/json"
    "os"
)

func WriteDataToFileAsJSON(data interface{}, filedir string) (int, error) {
    //write data as buffer to json encoder
    buffer := new(bytes.Buffer)
    encoder := json.NewEncoder(buffer)
    encoder.SetIndent("", "\t")

    err := encoder.Encode(data)
    if err != nil {
        return 0, err
    }
    file, err := os.OpenFile(filedir, os.O_RDWR|os.O_CREATE, 0755)
    if err != nil {
        return 0, err
    }
    n, err := file.Write(buffer.Bytes())
    if err != nil {
        return 0, err
    }
    return n, nil
}

This is the execution of the function, and just standard

b, _ := json.MarshalIndent(SomeType, "", "\t")

Code:

package main

import (
    "encoding/json"
    "fmt"
    "io/ioutil"
    "log"

    minerals "./minerals"
    srf "./srf"
)

func main() {

    //array of Test struct
    var SomeType [10]minerals.Test

    //Create 10 units of some random data to write
    for a := 0; a < 10; a++ {
        SomeType[a] = minerals.Test{
            Name:   "Rand",
            Id:     123,
            A:      "desc",
            Num:    999,
            Link:   "somelink",
            People: []string{"John Doe", "Aby Daby"},
        }
    }

    //writes aditional data to existing file, or creates a new file
    n, err := srf.WriteDataToFileAsJSON(SomeType, "test2.json")
    if err != nil {
        log.Fatal(err)
    }
    fmt.Println("srf printed ", n, " bytes to ", "test2.json")

    //overrides previous file
    b, _ := json.MarshalIndent(SomeType, "", "\t")
    ioutil.WriteFile("test.json", b, 0644)

}

Windows- Pyinstaller Error "failed to execute script " When App Clicked

I was getting this error for a different reason than those listed here, and could not find the solution easily, so I figured I would post here.

Hopefully this is helpful to someone.

My issue was with referencing files in the program. It was not able to find the file listed, because when I was coding it I had the file I wanted to reference in the top level directory and just called

"my_file.png"

when I was calling the files.

pyinstaller did not like this, because even when I was running it from the same folder, it was expecting a full path:

"C:\Files\my_file.png"

Once I changed all of my paths, to the full version of their path, it fixed this issue.

Difference between jQuery .hide() and .css("display", "none")

see http://api.jquery.com/show/

With no parameters, the .show() method is the simplest way to display an element:

$('.target').show();

The matched elements will be revealed immediately, with no animation. This is roughly equivalent to calling .css('display', 'block'), except that the display property is restored to whatever it was initially. If an element has a display value of inline, then is hidden and shown, it will once again be displayed inline.

check all socket opened in linux OS

Also you can use ss utility to dump sockets statistics.

To dump summary:

ss -s

Total: 91 (kernel 0)
TCP:   18 (estab 11, closed 0, orphaned 0, synrecv 0, timewait 0/0), ports 0

Transport Total     IP        IPv6
*         0         -         -        
RAW       0         0         0        
UDP       4         2         2        
TCP       18        16        2        
INET      22        18        4        
FRAG      0         0         0

To display all sockets:

ss -a

To display UDP sockets:

ss -u -a

To display TCP sockets:

ss -t -a

Here you can read ss man: ss

What's the best way to check if a file exists in C?

From the Visual C++ help, I'd tend to go with

/* ACCESS.C: This example uses _access to check the
 * file named "ACCESS.C" to see if it exists and if
 * writing is allowed.
 */

#include  <io.h>
#include  <stdio.h>
#include  <stdlib.h>

void main( void )
{
   /* Check for existence */
   if( (_access( "ACCESS.C", 0 )) != -1 )
   {
      printf( "File ACCESS.C exists\n" );
      /* Check for write permission */
      if( (_access( "ACCESS.C", 2 )) != -1 )
         printf( "File ACCESS.C has write permission\n" );
   }
}

Also worth noting mode values of _access(const char *path,int mode):

  • 00: Existence only

  • 02: Write permission

  • 04: Read permission

  • 06: Read and write permission

As your fopen could fail in situations where the file existed but could not be opened as requested.

Edit: Just read Mecki's post. stat() does look like a neater way to go. Ho hum.

What is the proper REST response code for a valid request but an empty data?

In this scenario Ruby on Rails responses with 404 Not Found.

404 Not Found is more appropriate.

django MultiValueDictKeyError error, how do I deal with it

You get that because you're trying to get a key from a dictionary when it's not there. You need to test if it is in there first.

try:

is_private = 'is_private' in request.POST

or

is_private = 'is_private' in request.POST and request.POST['is_private']

depending on the values you're using.

angular2: Error: TypeError: Cannot read property '...' of undefined

That's because abc is undefined at the moment of the template rendering. You can use safe navigation operator (?) to "protect" template until HTTP call is completed:

{{abc?.xyz?.name}}

You can read more about safe navigation operator here.

Update:

Safe navigation operator can't be used in arrays, you will have to take advantage of NgIf directive to overcome this problem:

<div *ngIf="arr && arr.length > 0">
    {{arr[0].name}}
</div>

Read more about NgIf directive here.

How do I divide in the Linux console?

Better way is to use "bc", an arbitrary precision calculator.

variable=$(echo "OPTIONS; OPERATIONS" | bc)

ex:

my_var=$(echo "scale=5; $temp_var/100 + $temp_var2" | bc)

where "scale=5" is accuracy.

man bc 

comes with several usage examples.

How to update a single pod without touching other dependencies

You can never get 100% isolation. Because a pod may have some shared dependencies and if you attempt to update your single pod, then it would update the dependencies of other pods as well. If that is ok then:

tl;dr use:

pod update podName

Why? Read below.

  • pod update will NOT respect the podfile.lock. It will override it — pertaining to that single pod
  • pod install will respect the podfile.lock, but will try installing every pod mentioned in the podfile based on the versions its locked to (in the Podfile.lock).

This diagram helps better understand the differences:

enter image description here


The major problem comes from the ~> aka optimistic operator.

Using exact versions in the Podfile is not enough

Some might think that specifying exact versions of their pods in their Podfile, like pod 'A', '1.0.0', is enough to guarantee that every user will have the same version as other people on the team.

Then they might even use pod update, even when just adding a new pod, thinking it would never risk updating other pods because they are fixed to a specific version in the Podfile.

But in fact, that is not enough to guarantee that user1 and user2 in our above scenario will always get the exact same version of all their pods.

One typical example is if the pod A has a dependency on pod A2 — declared in A.podspec as dependency 'A2', '~> 3.0'. In such case, using pod 'A', '1.0.0' in your Podfile will indeed force user1 and user2 to both always use version 1.0.0 of the pod A, but:

  • user1 might end up with pod A2 in version 3.4 (because that was A2's latest version at that time)
  • while when user2 runs pod install when joining the project later, they might get pod A2 in version 3.5 (because the maintainer of A2 might have released a new version in the meantime). That's why the only way to ensure every team member work with the same versions of all the pod on each's the computer is to use the Podfile.lock and properly use pod install vs. pod update.

The above excerpt was all derived from pod install vs. pod update

I also highly recommend watching what does a podfile.lock do

WARNING: sanitizing unsafe style value url

In my case, I got the image URL before getting to the display component and want to use it as the background image so to use that URL I have to tell Angular that it's safe and can be used.

In .ts file

userImage: SafeStyle;
ngOnInit(){
    this.userImage = this.sanitizer.bypassSecurityTrustStyle('url(' + sessionStorage.getItem("IMAGE") + ')');
}

In .html file

<div mat-card-avatar class="nav-header-image" [style.background-image]="userImage"></div>

importing pyspark in python shell

For Linux users, the following is the correct (and non-hard-coded) way of including the pyspark libaray in PYTHONPATH. Both PATH parts are necessary:

  1. The path to the pyspark Python module itself, and
  2. The path to the zipped library that that pyspark module relies on when imported

Notice below that the zipped library version is dynamically determined, so we do not hard-code it.

export PYTHONPATH=${SPARK_HOME}/python/:$(echo ${SPARK_HOME}/python/lib/py4j-*-src.zip):${PYTHONPATH}

How to parse/read a YAML file into a Python object?

From http://pyyaml.org/wiki/PyYAMLDocumentation:

add_path_resolver(tag, path, kind) adds a path-based implicit tag resolver. A path is a list of keys that form a path to a node in the representation graph. Paths elements can be string values, integers, or None. The kind of a node can be str, list, dict, or None.

#!/usr/bin/env python
import yaml

class Person(yaml.YAMLObject):
  yaml_tag = '!person'

  def __init__(self, name):
    self.name = name

yaml.add_path_resolver('!person', ['Person'], dict)

data = yaml.load("""
Person:
  name: XYZ
""")

print data
# {'Person': <__main__.Person object at 0x7f2b251ceb10>}

print data['Person'].name
# XYZ

bootstrap 3 tabs not working properly

In my case we were setting the div id as a number and setting the href="#123", this did not work.. adding a prefix to the id helped.

Example: This did not work-

<li> <a data-toggle="tab" href="#@i"> <li/>
...
<div class="tab-pane" id="#@i">

This worked:

<li><a data-toggle="tab" href="#prefix@i"><li/>
...
<div class="tab-pane" id="#prefix@i">

Best way to "negate" an instanceof

You could use the Class.isInstance method:

if(!String.class.isInstance(str)) { /* do Something */ }

... but it is still negated and pretty ugly.

How do I add a new sourceset to Gradle?

This was once written for Gradle 2.x / 3.x in 2016 and is far outdated!! Please have a look at the documented solutions in Gradle 4 and up


To sum up both old answers (get best and minimum viable of both worlds):

some warm words first:

  1. first, we need to define the sourceSet:

    sourceSets {
        integrationTest
    }
    
  2. next we expand the sourceSet from test, therefor we use the test.runtimeClasspath (which includes all dependenciess from test AND test itself) as classpath for the derived sourceSet:

    sourceSets {
        integrationTest {
            compileClasspath += sourceSets.test.runtimeClasspath
            runtimeClasspath += sourceSets.test.runtimeClasspath // ***)
        }
    }
    
    • note) somehow this redeclaration / extend for sourceSets.integrationTest.runtimeClasspath is needed, but should be irrelevant since runtimeClasspath always expands output + runtimeSourceSet, don't get it
  3. we define a dedicated task for just running integration tests:

    task integrationTest(type: Test) {
    }
    
  4. Configure the integrationTest test classes and classpaths use. The defaults from the java plugin use the test sourceSet

    task integrationTest(type: Test) {
        testClassesDir = sourceSets.integrationTest.output.classesDir
        classpath = sourceSets.integrationTest.runtimeClasspath
    }
    
  5. (optional) auto run after test

    integrationTest.dependsOn test
    

  6. (optional) add dependency from check (so it always runs when build or check are executed)

    tasks.check.dependsOn(tasks.integrationTest)
    
  7. (optional) add java,resources to the sourceSet to support auto-detection and create these "partials" in your IDE. i.e. IntelliJ IDEA will auto create sourceSet directories java and resources for each set if it doesn't exist:

    sourceSets {
         integrationTest {
             java
             resources
         }
    }
    

tl;dr

apply plugin: 'java'

// apply the runtimeClasspath from "test" sourceSet to the new one
// to include any needed assets: test, main, test-dependencies and main-dependencies
sourceSets {
    integrationTest {
        // not necessary but nice for IDEa's
        java
        resources

        compileClasspath += sourceSets.test.runtimeClasspath
        // somehow this redeclaration is needed, but should be irrelevant
        // since runtimeClasspath always expands compileClasspath
        runtimeClasspath += sourceSets.test.runtimeClasspath
    }
}

// define custom test task for running integration tests
task integrationTest(type: Test) {
    testClassesDir = sourceSets.integrationTest.output.classesDir
    classpath = sourceSets.integrationTest.runtimeClasspath
}
tasks.integrationTest.dependsOn(tasks.test)

referring to:

Unfortunatly, the example code on github.com/gradle/gradle/subprojects/docs/src/samples/java/customizedLayout/build.gradle or …/gradle/…/withIntegrationTests/build.gradle seems not to handle this or has a different / more complex / for me no clearer solution anyway!

SQL Left Join first match only

Turns out I was doing it wrong, I needed to perform a nested select first of just the important columns, and do a distinct select off that to prevent trash columns of 'unique' data from corrupting my good data. The following appears to have resolved the issue... but I will try on the full dataset later.

SELECT DISTINCT P2.*
FROM (
  SELECT
      IDNo
    , FirstName
    , LastName
  FROM people P
) P2

Here is some play data as requested: http://sqlfiddle.com/#!3/050e0d/3

CREATE TABLE people
(
       [entry] int
     , [IDNo] varchar(3)
     , [FirstName] varchar(5)
     , [LastName] varchar(7)
);

INSERT INTO people
    (entry,[IDNo], [FirstName], [LastName])
VALUES
    (1,'uqx', 'bob', 'smith'),
    (2,'abc', 'john', 'willis'),
    (3,'ABC', 'john', 'willis'),
    (4,'aBc', 'john', 'willis'),
    (5,'WTF', 'jeff', 'bridges'),
    (6,'Sss', 'bill', 'doe'),
    (7,'sSs', 'bill', 'doe'),
    (8,'ssS', 'bill', 'doe'),
    (9,'ere', 'sally', 'abby'),
    (10,'wtf', 'jeff', 'bridges')
;

Twitter Bootstrap 3: how to use media queries?

These are the values from Bootstrap3:

/* Extra Small */
@media(max-width:767px){}

/* Small */
@media(min-width:768px) and (max-width:991px){}

/* Medium */
@media(min-width:992px) and (max-width:1199px){}

/* Large */
@media(min-width:1200px){}

print spaces with String.format()

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

Detect changed input text box

Text inputs do not fire the change event until they lose focus. Click outside of the input and the alert will show.

If the callback should fire before the text input loses focus, use the .keyup() event.

Getting the parent of a directory in Bash

Motivation for another answer

I like very short, clear, guaranteed code. Bonus point if it does not run an external program, since the day you need to process a huge number of entries, it will be noticeably faster.

Principle

Not sure about what guarantees you have and want, so offering anyway.

If you have guarantees you can do it with very short code. The idea is to use bash text substitution feature to cut the last slash and whatever follows.

Answer from simple to more complex cases of the original question.

If path is guaranteed to end without any slash (in and out)

P=/home/smith/Desktop/Test ; echo "${P%/*}"
/home/smith/Desktop

If path is guaranteed to end with exactly one slash (in and out)

P=/home/smith/Desktop/Test/ ; echo "${P%/*/}/"
/home/smith/Desktop/

If input path may end with zero or one slash (not more) and you want output path to end without slash

for P in \
    /home/smith/Desktop/Test \
    /home/smith/Desktop/Test/
do
    P_ENDNOSLASH="${P%/}" ; echo "${P_ENDNOSLASH%/*}"
done

/home/smith/Desktop
/home/smith/Desktop

If input path may have many extraneous slashes and you want output path to end without slash

for P in \
    /home/smith/Desktop/Test \
    /home/smith/Desktop/Test/ \
    /home/smith///Desktop////Test// 
do
    P_NODUPSLASH="${P//\/*(\/)/\/}"
    P_ENDNOSLASH="${P_NODUPSLASH%%/}"
    echo "${P_ENDNOSLASH%/*}";   
done

/home/smith/Desktop
/home/smith/Desktop
/home/smith/Desktop

Read from a gzip file in python

python: read lines from compressed text files

Using gzip.GzipFile:

import gzip

with gzip.open('input.gz','r') as fin:        
    for line in fin:        
        print('got line', line)

PHP: trying to create a new line with "\n"

Since it wasn't mentioned, you can also use the CSS white-space property

body{
    white-space:pre-wrap;
}

Which tells the browser to preserve whitespace so that

<body>
    <?php
        echo "hello\nthere";
    ?>
</body>

Would display

hello
there

The type or namespace name 'Entity' does not exist in the namespace 'System.Data'

Hi this post is very misleading, if your reading this 2 years on.

With using EF6 and .net 4.5.1 in VS 2013 I have had to reference the following to get this to work

using System.Data.Entity.Core.EntityClient;

a little different to before,

this is more of a FYI for people that come here for help on newer problems than a answer to the original question

How to window.scrollTo() with a smooth effect

$('html, body').animate({scrollTop:1200},'50');

You can do this!

Is there a simple way to use button to navigate page as a link does in angularjs

For me, best solution is to use Angular router native directives with ui-sref like:

<button ui-sref="state.name">Go!!</button>

To understand that directive and get more options visit ui-router docs at:

https://ui-router.github.io/docs/0.3.1/#/api/ui.router.state.directive:ui-sref

: )

When is the init() function run?

mutil init function in one package execute order:

  1. const and variable defined file init() function execute

  2. init function execute order by the filename asc

What order are the Junit @Before/@After called?

I think based on the documentation of the @Before and @After the right conclusion is to give the methods unique names. I use the following pattern in my tests:

public abstract class AbstractBaseTest {

  @Before
  public final void baseSetUp() { // or any other meaningful name
    System.out.println("AbstractBaseTest.setUp");
  }

  @After
  public final void baseTearDown() { // or any other meaningful name
    System.out.println("AbstractBaseTest.tearDown");
  }
}

and

public class Test extends AbstractBaseTest {

  @Before
  public void setUp() {
    System.out.println("Test.setUp");
  }

  @After
  public void tearDown() {
    System.out.println("Test.tearDown");
  }

  @Test
  public void test1() throws Exception {
    System.out.println("test1");
  }

  @Test
  public void test2() throws Exception {
    System.out.println("test2");
  }
}

give as a result

AbstractBaseTest.setUp
Test.setUp
test1
Test.tearDown
AbstractBaseTest.tearDown
AbstractBaseTest.setUp
Test.setUp
test2
Test.tearDown
AbstractBaseTest.tearDown

Advantage of this approach: Users of the AbstractBaseTest class cannot override the setUp/tearDown methods by accident. If they want to, they need to know the exact name and can do it.

(Minor) disadvantage of this approach: Users cannot see that there are things happening before or after their setUp/tearDown. They need to know that these things are provided by the abstract class. But I assume that's the reason why they use the abstract class

How to call a method after a delay in Android

I couldn't use any of the other answers in my case. I used the native java Timer instead.

new Timer().schedule(new TimerTask() {          
    @Override
    public void run() {
        // this code will be executed after 2 seconds       
    }
}, 2000);

How to put labels over geom_bar in R with ggplot2

As with many tasks in ggplot, the general strategy is to put what you'd like to add to the plot into a data frame in a way such that the variables match up with the variables and aesthetics in your plot. So for example, you'd create a new data frame like this:

dfTab <- as.data.frame(table(df))
colnames(dfTab)[1] <- "x"
dfTab$lab <- as.character(100 * dfTab$Freq / sum(dfTab$Freq))

So that the x variable matches the corresponding variable in df, and so on. Then you simply include it using geom_text:

ggplot(df) + geom_bar(aes(x,fill=x)) + 
    geom_text(data=dfTab,aes(x=x,y=Freq,label=lab),vjust=0) +
    opts(axis.text.x=theme_blank(),axis.ticks=theme_blank(),
        axis.title.x=theme_blank(),legend.title=theme_blank(),
        axis.title.y=theme_blank())

This example will plot just the percentages, but you can paste together the counts as well via something like this:

dfTab$lab <- paste(dfTab$Freq,paste("(",dfTab$lab,"%)",sep=""),sep=" ")

Note that in the current version of ggplot2, opts is deprecated, so we would use theme and element_blank now.

Disable a Maven plugin defined in a parent POM

The thread is old, but maybe someone is still interested. The shortest form I found is further improvement on the example from ?lex and bmargulies. The execution tag will look like:

<execution>
    <id>TheNameOfTheRelevantExecution</id>
    <phase/>
</execution>

2 points I want to highlight:

  1. phase is set to nothing, which looks less hacky than 'none', though still a hack.
  2. id must be the same as execution you want to override. If you don't specify id for execution, Maven will do it implicitly (in a way not expected intuitively by you).

After posting found it is already in stackoverflow: In a Maven multi-module project, how can I disable a plugin in one child?

How to use CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX

That should be (see the docs):

cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr ..

How to make a SIMPLE C++ Makefile

Since this is for Unix, the executables don't have any extensions.

One thing to note is that root-config is a utility which provides the right compilation and linking flags; and the right libraries for building applications against root. That's just a detail related to the original audience for this document.

Make Me Baby

or You Never Forget The First Time You Got Made

An introductory discussion of make, and how to write a simple makefile

What is Make? And Why Should I Care?

The tool called Make is a build dependency manager. That is, it takes care of knowing what commands need to be executed in what order to take your software project from a collection of source files, object files, libraries, headers, etc., etc.---some of which may have changed recently---and turning them into a correct up-to-date version of the program.

Actually, you can use Make for other things too, but I'm not going to talk about that.

A Trivial Makefile

Suppose that you have a directory containing: tool tool.cc tool.o support.cc support.hh, and support.o which depend on root and are supposed to be compiled into a program called tool, and suppose that you've been hacking on the source files (which means the existing tool is now out of date) and want to compile the program.

To do this yourself you could

  1. Check if either support.cc or support.hh is newer than support.o, and if so run a command like

    g++ -g -c -pthread -I/sw/include/root support.cc
    
  2. Check if either support.hh or tool.cc are newer than tool.o, and if so run a command like

    g++ -g  -c -pthread -I/sw/include/root tool.cc
    
  3. Check if tool.o is newer than tool, and if so run a command like

    g++ -g tool.o support.o -L/sw/lib/root -lCore -lCint -lRIO -lNet -lHist -lGraf -lGraf3d -lGpad -lTree -lRint \
    -lPostscript -lMatrix -lPhysics -lMathCore -lThread -lz -L/sw/lib -lfreetype -lz -Wl,-framework,CoreServices \
    -Wl,-framework,ApplicationServices -pthread -Wl,-rpath,/sw/lib/root -lm -ldl
    

Phew! What a hassle! There is a lot to remember and several chances to make mistakes. (BTW-- the particulars of the command lines exhibited here depend on our software environment. These ones work on my computer.)

Of course, you could just run all three commands every time. That would work, but it doesn't scale well to a substantial piece of software (like DOGS which takes more than 15 minutes to compile from the ground up on my MacBook).

Instead you could write a file called makefile like this:

tool: tool.o support.o
    g++ -g -o tool tool.o support.o -L/sw/lib/root -lCore -lCint -lRIO -lNet -lHist -lGraf -lGraf3d -lGpad -lTree -lRint \
        -lPostscript -lMatrix -lPhysics -lMathCore -lThread -lz -L/sw/lib -lfreetype -lz -Wl,-framework,CoreServices \
        -Wl,-framework,ApplicationServices -pthread -Wl,-rpath,/sw/lib/root -lm -ldl

tool.o: tool.cc support.hh
    g++ -g  -c -pthread -I/sw/include/root tool.cc

support.o: support.hh support.cc
    g++ -g -c -pthread -I/sw/include/root support.cc

and just type make at the command line. Which will perform the three steps shown above automatically.

The unindented lines here have the form "target: dependencies" and tell Make that the associated commands (indented lines) should be run if any of the dependencies are newer than the target. That is, the dependency lines describe the logic of what needs to be rebuilt to accommodate changes in various files. If support.cc changes that means that support.o must be rebuilt, but tool.o can be left alone. When support.o changes tool must be rebuilt.

The commands associated with each dependency line are set off with a tab (see below) should modify the target (or at least touch it to update the modification time).

Variables, Built In Rules, and Other Goodies

At this point, our makefile is simply remembering the work that needs doing, but we still had to figure out and type each and every needed command in its entirety. It does not have to be that way: Make is a powerful language with variables, text manipulation functions, and a whole slew of built-in rules which can make this much easier for us.

Make Variables

The syntax for accessing a make variable is $(VAR).

The syntax for assigning to a Make variable is: VAR = A text value of some kind (or VAR := A different text value but ignore this for the moment).

You can use variables in rules like this improved version of our makefile:

CPPFLAGS=-g -pthread -I/sw/include/root
LDFLAGS=-g
LDLIBS=-L/sw/lib/root -lCore -lCint -lRIO -lNet -lHist -lGraf -lGraf3d -lGpad -lTree -lRint \
       -lPostscript -lMatrix -lPhysics -lMathCore -lThread -lz -L/sw/lib -lfreetype -lz \
       -Wl,-framework,CoreServices -Wl,-framework,ApplicationServices -pthread -Wl,-rpath,/sw/lib/root \
       -lm -ldl

tool: tool.o support.o
    g++ $(LDFLAGS) -o tool tool.o support.o $(LDLIBS)

tool.o: tool.cc support.hh
    g++ $(CPPFLAGS) -c tool.cc

support.o: support.hh support.cc
    g++ $(CPPFLAGS) -c support.cc

which is a little more readable, but still requires a lot of typing

Make Functions

GNU make supports a variety of functions for accessing information from the filesystem or other commands on the system. In this case we are interested in $(shell ...) which expands to the output of the argument(s), and $(subst opat,npat,text) which replaces all instances of opat with npat in text.

Taking advantage of this gives us:

CPPFLAGS=-g $(shell root-config --cflags)
LDFLAGS=-g $(shell root-config --ldflags)
LDLIBS=$(shell root-config --libs)

SRCS=tool.cc support.cc
OBJS=$(subst .cc,.o,$(SRCS))

tool: $(OBJS)
    g++ $(LDFLAGS) -o tool $(OBJS) $(LDLIBS)

tool.o: tool.cc support.hh
    g++ $(CPPFLAGS) -c tool.cc

support.o: support.hh support.cc
    g++ $(CPPFLAGS) -c support.cc

which is easier to type and much more readable.

Notice that

  1. We are still stating explicitly the dependencies for each object file and the final executable
  2. We've had to explicitly type the compilation rule for both source files

Implicit and Pattern Rules

We would generally expect that all C++ source files should be treated the same way, and Make provides three ways to state this:

  1. suffix rules (considered obsolete in GNU make, but kept for backwards compatibility)
  2. implicit rules
  3. pattern rules

Implicit rules are built in, and a few will be discussed below. Pattern rules are specified in a form like

%.o: %.c
    $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c $<

which means that object files are generated from C source files by running the command shown, where the "automatic" variable $< expands to the name of the first dependency.

Built-in Rules

Make has a whole host of built-in rules that mean that very often, a project can be compile by a very simple makefile, indeed.

The GNU make built in rule for C source files is the one exhibited above. Similarly we create object files from C++ source files with a rule like $(CXX) -c $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS).

Single object files are linked using $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) n.o $(LOADLIBES) $(LDLIBS), but this won't work in our case, because we want to link multiple object files.

Variables Used By Built-in Rules

The built-in rules use a set of standard variables that allow you to specify local environment information (like where to find the ROOT include files) without re-writing all the rules. The ones most likely to be interesting to us are:

  • CC -- the C compiler to use
  • CXX -- the C++ compiler to use
  • LD -- the linker to use
  • CFLAGS -- compilation flag for C source files
  • CXXFLAGS -- compilation flags for C++ source files
  • CPPFLAGS -- flags for the c-preprocessor (typically include file paths and symbols defined on the command line), used by C and C++
  • LDFLAGS -- linker flags
  • LDLIBS -- libraries to link

A Basic Makefile

By taking advantage of the built-in rules we can simplify our makefile to:

CC=gcc
CXX=g++
RM=rm -f
CPPFLAGS=-g $(shell root-config --cflags)
LDFLAGS=-g $(shell root-config --ldflags)
LDLIBS=$(shell root-config --libs)

SRCS=tool.cc support.cc
OBJS=$(subst .cc,.o,$(SRCS))

all: tool

tool: $(OBJS)
    $(CXX) $(LDFLAGS) -o tool $(OBJS) $(LDLIBS)

tool.o: tool.cc support.hh

support.o: support.hh support.cc

clean:
    $(RM) $(OBJS)

distclean: clean
    $(RM) tool

We have also added several standard targets that perform special actions (like cleaning up the source directory).

Note that when make is invoked without an argument, it uses the first target found in the file (in this case all), but you can also name the target to get which is what makes make clean remove the object files in this case.

We still have all the dependencies hard-coded.

Some Mysterious Improvements

CC=gcc
CXX=g++
RM=rm -f
CPPFLAGS=-g $(shell root-config --cflags)
LDFLAGS=-g $(shell root-config --ldflags)
LDLIBS=$(shell root-config --libs)

SRCS=tool.cc support.cc
OBJS=$(subst .cc,.o,$(SRCS))

all: tool

tool: $(OBJS)
    $(CXX) $(LDFLAGS) -o tool $(OBJS) $(LDLIBS)

depend: .depend

.depend: $(SRCS)
    $(RM) ./.depend
    $(CXX) $(CPPFLAGS) -MM $^>>./.depend;

clean:
    $(RM) $(OBJS)

distclean: clean
    $(RM) *~ .depend

include .depend

Notice that

  1. There are no longer any dependency lines for the source files!?!
  2. There is some strange magic related to .depend and depend
  3. If you do make then ls -A you see a file named .depend which contains things that look like make dependency lines

Other Reading

Know Bugs and Historical Notes

The input language for Make is whitespace sensitive. In particular, the action lines following dependencies must start with a tab. But a series of spaces can look the same (and indeed there are editors that will silently convert tabs to spaces or vice versa), which results in a Make file that looks right and still doesn't work. This was identified as a bug early on, but (the story goes) it was not fixed, because there were already 10 users.

(This was copied from a wiki post I wrote for physics graduate students.)

Compare two data.frames to find the rows in data.frame 1 that are not present in data.frame 2

The following code uses both data.table and fastmatch for increased speed.

library("data.table")
library("fastmatch")

a1 <- setDT(data.frame(a = 1:5, b=letters[1:5]))
a2 <- setDT(data.frame(a = 1:3, b=letters[1:3]))

compare_rows <- a1$a %fin% a2$a
# the %fin% function comes from the `fastmatch` package

added_rows <- a1[which(compare_rows == FALSE)]

added_rows

#    a b
# 1: 4 d
# 2: 5 e

Pythonic way to combine FOR loop and IF statement

The following is a simplification/one liner from the accepted answer:

a = [2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0]
xyz = [0,12,4,6,242,7,9]

for x in (x for x in xyz if x not in a):
    print(x)

12
242

Notice that the generator was kept inline. This was tested on python2.7 and python3.6 (notice the parens in the print ;) )

SQL Joins Vs SQL Subqueries (Performance)?

The performance should be the same; it's much more important to have the correct indexes and clustering applied on your tables (there exist some good resources on that topic).

(Edited to reflect the updated question)

Parenthesis/Brackets Matching using Stack algorithm

//basic code non strack algorithm just started learning java ignore space and time.
/// {[()]}[][]{}
// {[( -a -> }]) -b -> replace a(]}) -> reverse a( }]))-> 
//Split string to substring {[()]}, next [], next [], next{}

public class testbrackets {
    static String stringfirst;
    static String stringsecond;
    static int open = 0;
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        splitstring("(()){}()");
    }
static void splitstring(String str){

    int len = str.length();
    for(int i=0;i<=len-1;i++){
        stringfirst="";
        stringsecond="";
        System.out.println("loop starttttttt");
        char a = str.charAt(i);
    if(a=='{'||a=='['||a=='(')
    {
        open = open+1;
        continue;
    }
    if(a=='}'||a==']'||a==')'){
        if(open==0){
            System.out.println(open+"started with closing brace");
            return;
        }
        String stringfirst=str.substring(i-open, i);
        System.out.println("stringfirst"+stringfirst);
        String stringsecond=str.substring(i, i+open);
        System.out.println("stringsecond"+stringsecond);
        replace(stringfirst, stringsecond);

        }
    i=(i+open)-1;
    open=0;
    System.out.println(i);
    }
    }
    static void replace(String stringfirst, String stringsecond){
        stringfirst = stringfirst.replace('{', '}');
        stringfirst = stringfirst.replace('(', ')');
        stringfirst = stringfirst.replace('[', ']');
        StringBuilder stringfirst1 = new StringBuilder(stringfirst);
        stringfirst = stringfirst1.reverse().toString();
    System.out.println("stringfirst"+stringfirst);
    System.out.println("stringsecond"+stringsecond);
if(stringfirst.equals(stringsecond)){
    System.out.println("pass");
}
    else{
        System.out.println("fail");
        System.exit(0);
        }
    }
}

git: can't push (unpacker error) related to permission issues

For me, this error occurred when I was out of space on my remote.

I just needed to read the rest of the error message:

error: file write error (No space left on device)
fatal: unable to write sha1 file
error: unpack failed: unpack-objects abnormal exit

Encoding Error in Panda read_csv

Try calling read_csv with encoding='latin1', encoding='iso-8859-1' or encoding='cp1252' (these are some of the various encodings found on Windows).

.net Core 2.0 - Package was restored using .NetFramework 4.6.1 instead of target framework .netCore 2.0. The package may not be fully compatible

The package is not fully compatible with dotnetcore 2.0 for now.

eg, for 'Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi.Client' it maybe supported in version (5.2.4). See Consume new Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi.Client.5.2.4 package for details.

You could try the standard Client package as Federico mentioned.

If that still not work, then as a workaround you can only create a Console App (.Net Framework) instead of the .net core 2.0 console app.

Reference this thread: Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi.Client supported in .NET Core or not?

R barplot Y-axis scale too short

barplot(data)

enter image description here

barplot(data, yaxp=c(0, max(data), 5))

enter image description here

yaxp=c(minY-axis, maxY-axis, Interval)

Multiple INSERT statements vs. single INSERT with multiple VALUES

It is not too surprising: the execution plan for the tiny insert is computed once, and then reused 1000 times. Parsing and preparing the plan is quick, because it has only four values to del with. A 1000-row plan, on the other hand, needs to deal with 4000 values (or 4000 parameters if you parameterized your C# tests). This could easily eat up the time savings you gain by eliminating 999 roundtrips to SQL Server, especially if your network is not overly slow.

How to get Rails.logger printing to the console/stdout when running rspec?

For Rails 4, see this answer.

For Rails 3.x, configure a logger in config/environments/test.rb:

config.logger = Logger.new(STDOUT)
config.logger.level = Logger::ERROR

This will interleave any errors that are logged during testing to STDOUT. You may wish to route the output to STDERR or use a different log level instead.

Sending these messages to both the console and a log file requires something more robust than Ruby's built-in Logger class. The logging gem will do what you want. Add it to your Gemfile, then set up two appenders in config/environments/test.rb:

logger = Logging.logger['test']
logger.add_appenders(
    Logging.appenders.stdout,
    Logging.appenders.file('example.log')
)
logger.level = :info
config.logger = logger

Replace only some groups with Regex

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

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

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

Usage:

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


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

Result:

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

Does swift have a trim method on String?

You can also send characters that you want to be trimed

extension String {


    func trim() -> String {

        return self.trimmingCharacters(in: .whitespacesAndNewlines)

    }

    func trim(characterSet:CharacterSet) -> String {

        return self.trimmingCharacters(in: characterSet)

    }
}

validationMessage = validationMessage.trim(characterSet: CharacterSet(charactersIn: ","))

change figure size and figure format in matplotlib

If you need to change the figure size after you have created it, use the methods

fig = plt.figure()
fig.set_figheight(value_height)
fig.set_figwidth(value_width)

where value_height and value_width are in inches. For me this is the most practical way.

How to remove a package in sublime text 2

There are several answers, First IF you are using Package Control simply use Package Control's Remove Package command...

Ctrl+Shift+P

Package Control: Remove Package

If you installed the package manually, and are on a Windows machine...have no fear; Just modify the files manually.

First navigate to

C:\users\[Name]\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text [version]\

There will be 4 directories:

  1. Installed Packages (Holds the Package Control config file, ignore)
  2. Packages (Holds Package source)
  3. Pristine Packages (Holds the versioning info, ignore)
  4. Settings (Sublime Setting Info, ignore)

First open ..\Packages folder and locate the folder named the same as your package; Delete it.

Secondly, open Sublime and navigate to the Preferences > Package Settings > Package Control > Settings-user

Third, locate the line where the package name you want to "uninstall"

{
    "installed_packages":
    [
        "Alignment",
        "All Autocomplete",
        "AngularJS",
        "AutoFileName",
        "BracketHighlighter",
        "Browser Support",
        "Case Conversion",
        "ColorPicker",
        "Emmet",
        "FileDiffs",
        "Format SQL",
        "Git",
        "Github Tools",
        "HTML-CSS-JS Prettify",
        "HTML5",
        "HTMLBeautify",
        "jQuery",
        "JsFormat",
        "JSHint",
        "JsMinifier",
        "LiveReload",
        "LoremIpsum",
        "LoremPixel",
        "Oracle PL SQL",
        "Package Control",
        "Placehold.it Image Tag Generator",
        "Placeholders",
        "Prefixr",
        "Search Stack Overflow",
        "SublimeAStyleFormatter",
        "SublimeCodeIntel",
        "Tag",
        "Theme - Centurion",
        "TortoiseSVN",
        "Zen Tabs"
    ]
}

NOTE Say the package you are removing is "Zen Tabs", you MUST also remove the , after "TortoiseSVN" or it will error.

Thus concludes the easiest way to remove or Install a Sublime Text Package.

How to transfer paid android apps from one google account to another google account

Google has this to say on transferring data between accounts.

http://support.google.com/accounts/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=63304

It lists certain types of data that CAN be transferred and certain types of data that CAN NOT be transferred. Unfortunately Google Play Apps falls into the NOT category.

It's conveniently titled: "Moving Product Data"

http://support.google.com/accounts/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=58582

How do I quickly rename a MySQL database (change schema name)?

You may use this shell script:

Reference: How to rename a MySQL database?

#!/bin/bash
set -e # terminate execution on command failure

mysqlconn="mysql -u root -proot"
olddb=$1
newdb=$2
$mysqlconn -e "CREATE DATABASE $newdb"
params=$($mysqlconn -N -e "SELECT TABLE_NAME FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES \
                           WHERE table_schema='$olddb'")
for name in $params; do
      $mysqlconn -e "RENAME TABLE $olddb.$name to $newdb.$name";
done;
$mysqlconn -e "DROP DATABASE $olddb"

It's working:

$ sh rename_database.sh oldname newname

Slice indices must be integers or None or have __index__ method

Your debut and fin values are floating point values, not integers, because taille is a float.

Make those values integers instead:

item = plateau[int(debut):int(fin)]

Alternatively, make taille an integer:

taille = int(sqrt(len(plateau)))

AssertContains on strings in jUnit

Another variant is

Assert.assertThat(actual, new Matches(expectedRegex));

Moreover in org.mockito.internal.matchers there are some other interesting matchers, like StartWith, Contains etc.

How to get the pure text without HTML element using JavaScript?

Depending on what you need, you can use either element.innerText or element.textContent. They differ in many ways. innerText tries to approximate what would happen if you would select what you see (rendered html) and copy it to the clipboard, while textContent sort of just strips the html tags and gives you what's left.

innerText is not just used for IE anymore, and it is supported in all major browsers. Of course, unlike textContent, it has compatability with old IE browsers (since they came up with it).

Complete example (from Gabi's answer):

var element = document.getElementById('txt');
var text = element.innerText || element.textContent; // or element.textContent || element.innerText
element.innerHTML = text;

Func vs. Action vs. Predicate

Func - When you want a delegate for a function that may or may not take parameters and returns a value. The most common example would be Select from LINQ:

var result = someCollection.Select( x => new { x.Name, x.Address });

Action - When you want a delegate for a function that may or may not take parameters and does not return a value. I use these often for anonymous event handlers:

button1.Click += (sender, e) => { /* Do Some Work */ }

Predicate - When you want a specialized version of a Func that evaluates a value against a set of criteria and returns a boolean result (true for a match, false otherwise). Again, these are used in LINQ quite frequently for things like Where:

var filteredResults = 
    someCollection.Where(x => x.someCriteriaHolder == someCriteria);

I just double checked and it turns out that LINQ doesn't use Predicates. Not sure why they made that decision...but theoretically it is still a situation where a Predicate would fit.

Bootstrap 3: Scroll bars

You need to use the overflow option, but with the following parameters:

.nav {
    max-height:300px;
    overflow-y:auto;  
}

Use overflow-y:auto; so the scrollbar only appears when the content exceeds the maximum height.

If you use overflow-y:scroll, the scrollbar will always be visible - on all .nav - regardless if the content exceeds the maximum heigh or not.

Presumably you want something that adapts itself to the content rather then the the opposite.

Hope it may helpful

What's the maximum value for an int in PHP?

Ah I found it: 232 - 1 (2147483647)

http://au2.php.net/int

Integer overflow

If PHP encounters a number beyond the bounds of the integer type, it will be interpreted as a float instead. Also, an operation which results in a number beyond the bounds of the integer type will return a float instead.

<?php
$large_number =  2147483647;
var_dump($large_number);
// output: int(2147483647)

$large_number =  2147483648;
var_dump($large_number);
// output: float(2147483648)

Hibernate error - QuerySyntaxException: users is not mapped [from users]

For example: your bean class name is UserDetails

Query query = entityManager. createQuery("Select UserName from **UserDetails** "); 

You do not give your table name on the Db. you give the class name of bean.

How to run mvim (MacVim) from Terminal?

If you already have macVim installed: /Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim -g will give you macVim GUI.

just add an alias.

i use gvim because that is what i use on linux for gnome-vim.

alias gvim='/Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim -g'

Capturing a form submit with jquery and .submit

try this:

Use ´return false´ for to cut the flow of the event:

$('#login_form').submit(function() {
    var data = $("#login_form :input").serializeArray();
    alert('Handler for .submit() called.');
    return false;  // <- cancel event
});

Edit

corroborate if the form element with the 'length' of jQuery:

alert($('#login_form').length) // if is == 0, not found form
$('#login_form').submit(function() {
    var data = $("#login_form :input").serializeArray();
    alert('Handler for .submit() called.');
    return false;  // <- cancel event
});

OR:

it waits for the DOM is ready:

jQuery(function() {

    alert($('#login_form').length) // if is == 0, not found form
    $('#login_form').submit(function() {
        var data = $("#login_form :input").serializeArray();
        alert('Handler for .submit() called.');
        return false;  // <- cancel event
    });

});

Do you put your code inside the event "ready" the document or after the DOM is ready?

How to move all files including hidden files into parent directory via *

You can find a comprehensive set of solutions on this in UNIX & Linux's answer to How do you move all files (including hidden) from one directory to another?. It shows solutions in Bash, zsh, ksh93, standard (POSIX) sh, etc.


You can use these two commands together:

mv /path/subfolder/* /path/   # your current approach
mv /path/subfolder/.* /path/  # this one for hidden files

Or all together (thanks pfnuesel):

mv /path/subfolder/{.,}* /path/

Which expands to:

mv /path/subfolder/* /path/subfolder/.* /path/

(example: echo a{.,}b expands to a.b ab)

Note this will show a couple of warnings:

mv: cannot move ‘/path/subfolder/.’ to /path/.’: Device or resource busy
mv: cannot remove /path/subfolder/..’: Is a directory

Just ignore them: this happens because /path/subfolder/{.,}* also expands to /path/subfolder/. and /path/subfolder/.., which are the directory and the parent directory (See What do “.” and “..” mean when in a folder?).


If you want to just copy, you can use a mere:

cp -r /path/subfolder/. /path/
#                     ^
#                     note the dot!

This will copy all files, both normal and hidden ones, since /path/subfolder/. expands to "everything from this directory" (Source: How to copy with cp to include hidden files and hidden directories and their contents?)

update listview dynamically with adapter

add and remove methods are easier to use. They update the data in the list and call notifyDataSetChanged in background.

Sample code:

adapter.add("your object");
adapter.remove("your object");

How do you keep parents of floated elements from collapsing?

add this in the parent div at the bottom

 <div style="clear:both"></div>

Easy way to dismiss keyboard?

In your view controller's header file add <UITextFieldDelegate> to the definition of your controller's interface so that it conform to the UITextField delegate protocol...

@interface someViewController : UIViewController <UITextFieldDelegate>

... In the controller's implementation file (.m) add the following method, or the code inside it if you already have a viewDidLoad method ...

- (void)viewDidLoad
{
    // Do any additional setup after loading the view, typically from a nib.
    self.yourTextBox.delegate = self;
}

... Then, link yourTextBox to your actual text field

- (BOOL)textFieldShouldReturn:(UITextField *)theTextField 
{
    if (theTextField == yourTextBox) {
        [theTextField resignFirstResponder];
    }
    return YES;
}

How to use foreach with a hash reference?

As others have stated, you have to dereference the reference. The keys function requires that its argument starts with a %:

My preference:

foreach my $key (keys %{$ad_grp_ref}) {

According to Conway:

foreach my $key (keys %{ $ad_grp_ref }) {

Guess who you should listen to...

You might want to read through the Perl Reference Documentation.

If you find yourself doing a lot of stuff with references to hashes and hashes of lists and lists of hashes, you might want to start thinking about using Object Oriented Perl. There's a lot of nice little tutorials in the Perl documentation.

What is the difference between Nexus and Maven?

Whatever I understood from my learning and what I think it is is here. I am Quoting some part from a book i learnt this things. Nexus Repository Manager and Nexus Repository Manager OSS started as a repository manager supporting the Maven repository format. While it supports many other repository formats now, the Maven repository format is still the most common and well supported format for build and provisioning tools running on the JVM and beyond. This chapter shows example configurations for using the repository manager with Apache Maven and a number of other tools. The setups take advantage of merging many repositories and exposing them via a repository group. Setting this up is documented in the chapter in addition to the configuration used by specific tools.

Details

Ball to Ball Collision - Detection and Handling

You should use space partitioning to solve this problem.

Read up on Binary Space Partitioning and Quadtrees

How to get JSON response from http.Get

You need upper case property names in your structs in order to be used by the json packages.

Upper case property names are exported properties. Lower case property names are not exported.

You also need to pass the your data object by reference (&data).

package main

import "os"
import "fmt"
import "net/http"
import "io/ioutil"
import "encoding/json"

type tracks struct {
    Toptracks []toptracks_info
}

type toptracks_info struct {
    Track []track_info
    Attr  []attr_info
}

type track_info struct {
    Name       string
    Duration   string
    Listeners  string
    Mbid       string
    Url        string
    Streamable []streamable_info
    Artist     []artist_info
    Attr       []track_attr_info
}

type attr_info struct {
    Country    string
    Page       string
    PerPage    string
    TotalPages string
    Total      string
}

type streamable_info struct {
    Text      string
    Fulltrack string
}

type artist_info struct {
    Name string
    Mbid string
    Url  string
}

type track_attr_info struct {
    Rank string
}

func get_content() {
    // json data
    url := "http://ws.audioscrobbler.com/2.0/?method=geo.gettoptracks&api_key=c1572082105bd40d247836b5c1819623&format=json&country=Netherlands"

    res, err := http.Get(url)

    if err != nil {
        panic(err.Error())
    }

    body, err := ioutil.ReadAll(res.Body)

    if err != nil {
        panic(err.Error())
    }

    var data tracks
    json.Unmarshal(body, &data)
    fmt.Printf("Results: %v\n", data)
    os.Exit(0)
}

func main() {
    get_content()
}

How to use Spring Boot with MySQL database and JPA?

I created a project like you did. The structure looks like this

project structure

The Classes are just copy pasted from yours.

I changed the application.properties to this:

spring.datasource.url=jdbc:mysql://localhost/testproject
spring.datasource.username=root
spring.datasource.password=root
spring.datasource.driverClassName=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
spring.jpa.hibernate.ddl-auto=update

But I think your problem is in your pom.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<project xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/maven-4.0.0.xsd">
<modelVersion>4.0.0</modelVersion>

<parent>
    <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
    <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-parent</artifactId>
    <version>1.4.1.RELEASE</version>
</parent>

<artifactId>spring-boot-sample-jpa</artifactId>
<name>Spring Boot JPA Sample</name>
<description>Spring Boot JPA Sample</description>

<dependencies>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>mysql</groupId>
        <artifactId>mysql-connector-java</artifactId>
    </dependency>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
        <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-web</artifactId>
    </dependency>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
        <artifactId>spring-boot-starter-data-jpa</artifactId>
    </dependency>
</dependencies>
<build>
    <plugins>
        <plugin>
            <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
            <artifactId>spring-boot-maven-plugin</artifactId>
        </plugin>
    </plugins>
</build>

Check these files for differences. Hope this helps

Update 1: I changed my username. The link to the example is now https://github.com/Yannic92/stackOverflowExamples/tree/master/SpringBoot/MySQL

How to delete a stash created with git stash create?

If you are 100% sure that you have just one stash or you want to delete all stashes (make a git stash list to be 107% sure), you can do a:

git stash clear

..and forget about them (it deletes all stashes).

Note: Added this answer for those who ended up here looking for a way to clear them all (like me).

Get key from a HashMap using the value

if you what to obtain "ONE" by giving in 100 then

initialize hash map by

hashmap = new HashMap<Object,String>();

haspmap.put(100,"one");

and retrieve value by hashMap.get(100)

hope that helps.

Drawing rotated text on a HTML5 canvas

Here's an HTML5 alternative to homebrew: http://www.rgraph.net/ You might be able to reverse engineer their methods....

You might also consider something like Flot (http://code.google.com/p/flot/) or GCharts: (http://www.maxb.net/scripts/jgcharts/include/demo/#1) It's not quite as cool, but fully backwards compatible and scary easy to implement.

Angular 2 filter/search list

You can also create a search pipe to filter results:

import { Pipe, PipeTransform } from '@angular/core';

@Pipe({
  name : 'searchPipe',
})
export class SearchPipe implements PipeTransform {
  public transform(value, key: string, term: string) {
    return value.filter((item) => {
      if (item.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
        if (term) {
          let regExp = new RegExp('\\b' + term, 'gi');
          return regExp.test(item[key]);
        } else {
          return true;
        }
      } else {
        return false;
      }
    });
  }
}

Use pipe in HTML :

<md-input placeholder="Item name..." [(ngModel)]="search" ></md-input>
<div *ngFor="let item of items | searchPipe:'name':search ">
  {{item.name}}
</div>

How to align center the text in html table row?

Selector > child:

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.text-center-row>th,_x000D_
.text-center-row>td {_x000D_
  text-align: center;_x000D_
}
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<table border="1" width='500px'>_x000D_
  <tr class="text-center-row">_x000D_
    <th>Text</th>_x000D_
    <th>Text</th>_x000D_
    <th>Text</th>_x000D_
    <th>Text</th>_x000D_
  </tr>_x000D_
  <tr>_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
  </tr>_x000D_
  <tr class="text-center-row">_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
    <td>Text</td>_x000D_
  </tr>_x000D_
</table>
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Where does Anaconda Python install on Windows?

conda info will display information about the current install, including the active env location which is what you want.

Here's my output:

(base) C:\Users\USERNAME>conda info

     active environment : base
    active env location : C:\ProgramData\Miniconda3
            shell level : 1
       user config file : C:\Users\USERNAME\.condarc
 populated config files :
          conda version : 4.8.2
    conda-build version : not installed
         python version : 3.7.6.final.0
       virtual packages : __cuda=10.2
       base environment : C:\ProgramData\Miniconda3  (read only)
           channel URLs : https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/win-64
                          https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/noarch
                          https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/r/win-64
                          https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/r/noarch
                          https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/msys2/win-64
                          https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/msys2/noarch
          package cache : C:\ProgramData\Miniconda3\pkgs
                          C:\Users\USERNAME\.conda\pkgs
                          C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\conda\conda\pkgs
       envs directories : C:\Users\USERNAME\.conda\envs
                          C:\ProgramData\Miniconda3\envs
                          C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\conda\conda\envs
               platform : win-64
             user-agent : conda/4.8.2 requests/2.22.0 CPython/3.7.6 Windows/10 Windows/10.0.18362
          administrator : False
             netrc file : None
           offline mode : False

If your shell/prompt complains that it cannot find the command, it likely means that you installed Anaconda without adding it to the PATH environment variable.

If that's the case find and open the Anaconda Prompt and do it from there.

Alternatively reinstall Anaconda choosing to add it to the PATH. Or add the variable manually.

Anaconda Prompt should be available in your Start Menu (Win) or Applications Menu (macos)

jQuery If DIV Doesn't Have Class "x"

$(".thumbs").hover(
    function(){
        if (!$(this).hasClass("selected")) {
            $(this).stop().fadeTo("normal", 1.0);
        }
    },
    function(){
        if (!$(this).hasClass("selected")) {
            $(this).stop().fadeTo("slow", 0.3); 
        }           
    }
);

Putting an if inside of each part of the hover will allow you to change the select class dynamically and the hover will still work.

$(".thumbs").click(function() {
    $(".thumbs").each(function () {
        if ($(this).hasClass("selected")) {
            $(this).removeClass("selected");
            $(this).hover();
        }
    });                 
    $(this).addClass("selected");                   
});

As an example I've also attached a click handler to switch the selected class to the clicked item. Then I fire the hover event on the previous item to make it fade out.

Detecting locked tables (locked by LOCK TABLE)

This article describes how to get information about locked MySQL resources. mysqladmin debug might also be of some use.

How to get data from Magento System Configuration

you should you use following code

$configValue = Mage::getStoreConfig(
                   'sectionName/groupName/fieldName',
                   Mage::app()->getStore()
               ); 

Mage::app()->getStore() this will add store code in fetch values so that you can get correct configuration values for current store this will avoid incorrect store's values because magento is also use for multiple store/views so must add store code to fetch anything in magento.

if we have more then one store or multiple views configured then this will insure that we are getting values for current store

Create list or arrays in Windows Batch

Sometimes the array element may be very long, at that time you can create an array in this way:

set list=a
set list=%list%;b 
set list=%list%;c 
set list=%list%;d

Then show it:

@echo off
for %%a in (%list%) do ( 
 echo %%a
 echo/
)

Style bottom Line in Android

easiest way to do this is put after that view where you want bottom border

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <View
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="1dp"
    android:background="@color/colorPrimary" />

How do I install ASP.NET MVC 5 in Visual Studio 2012?

If you want to install ASP.NET MVC 5 and ASP.NET Web API 2 into VS 2012 Ultimage so, you can download MSI installer from
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=41532.

I have downloaded and intalled just know. I got MVC 5 and Web API 2
:)

Sample settings.xml

The reference for the user-specific configuration for Maven is available on-line and it doesn't make much sense to share a settings.xml with you since these settings are user specific.

If you need to configure a proxy, have a look at the section about Proxies.

<settings xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.0.0"
  xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
  xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.0.0
                      http://maven.apache.org/xsd/settings-1.0.0.xsd">
  ...
  <proxies>
    <proxy>
      <id>myproxy</id>
      <active>true</active>
      <protocol>http</protocol>
      <host>proxy.somewhere.com</host>
      <port>8080</port>
      <username>proxyuser</username>
      <password>somepassword</password>
      <nonProxyHosts>*.google.com|ibiblio.org</nonProxyHosts>
    </proxy>
  </proxies>
  ...
</settings>
  • id: The unique identifier for this proxy. This is used to differentiate between proxy elements.
  • active: true if this proxy is active. This is useful for declaring a set of proxies, but only one may be active at a time.
  • protocol, host, port: The protocol://host:port of the proxy, seperated into discrete elements.
  • username, password: These elements appear as a pair denoting the login and password required to authenticate to this proxy server.
  • nonProxyHosts: This is a list of hosts which should not be proxied. The delimiter of the list is the expected type of the proxy server; the example above is pipe delimited - comma delimited is also common

How can I scale an image in a CSS sprite

Well I think found a simpler solution for scaling images : example - lets say there is an image with 3 equal sized sprites which you would want to use, use CSS to scale the image

background-size : 300% 100%;

and then specify the custom height and width that needs to be applied to your html element eg:

 width :45%;
 height:100px;

A sample code would look something like this :

.customclass {
    background: url("/sample/whatever.png") 0 0 no-repeat ;
    background-size : 300% 100%;
    width :45%;
    height:100px;
}

im pretty new to css ,and styling is not my best area this could be a wrong way of doing it.. but it worked for me in Firefox/Chrome/Explorer 10 ,hope it works in older versions too..

Marker in leaflet, click event

I found the solution:

function onClick(e) {alert(this.getLatLng());}

used the method getLatLng() of the marker

Moment.js - how do I get the number of years since a date, not rounded up?

There appears to be a difference function that accepts time intervals to use as well as an option to not round the result. So, something like

Math.floor(moment(new Date()).diff(moment("02/26/1978","MM/DD/YYYY"),'years',true)))

I haven't tried this, and I'm not completely familiar with moment, but it seems like this should get what you want (without having to reset the month).

How can I echo HTML in PHP?

Simply use the print function to echo text in the PHP file as follows:

<?php

  print('
    <div class="wrap">

      <span class="textClass">TESTING</span>

    </div>
  ')
?>

How can I transform string to UTF-8 in C#?

As you know the string is coming in as Encoding.Default you could simply use:

byte[] bytes = Encoding.Default.GetBytes(myString);
myString = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(bytes);

Another thing you may have to remember: If you are using Console.WriteLine to output some strings, then you should also write Console.OutputEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8;!!! Or all utf8 strings will be outputed as gbk...

How can I copy data from one column to another in the same table?

This will update all the rows in that columns if safe mode is not enabled.

UPDATE table SET columnB = columnA;

If safe mode is enabled then you will need to use a where clause. I use primary key as greater than 0 basically all will be updated

UPDATE table SET columnB = columnA where table.column>0;

How to view data saved in android database(SQLite)?

I recommend the firefox plugin(SQLLite Manager) if you always use firefox.

Here is the link

Android Studio: Default project directory

I found an easy way:

  1. Open a new project;
  2. Change the project location name by typing and not the Browse... button;
  3. The Next button will appear now.

What Content-Type value should I send for my XML sitemap?

both are fine.

text/xxx means that in case the program does not understand xxx it makes sense to show the file to the user as plain text. application/xxx means that it is pointless to show it.

Please note that those content-types were originally defined for E-Mail attachment before they got later used in Web world.

Efficiently replace all accented characters in a string?

Not a single answer mentions String.localeCompare, which happens to do exactly what you originally wanted, but not what you're asking for.

var list = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'o', 'u', 'z', 'ä', 'ö', 'ü'];

list.sort((a, b) => a.localeCompare(b));

console.log(list);

//Outputs ['a', 'ä', 'b', 'c', 'o', 'ö', 'u', 'ü', 'z']

The second and third parameter are not supported by older browsers though. It's an option worth considering nonetheless.

MySQL update CASE WHEN/THEN/ELSE

Try this

UPDATE `table` SET `uid` = CASE
    WHEN id = 1 THEN 2952
    WHEN id = 2 THEN 4925
    WHEN id = 3 THEN 1592
    ELSE `uid`
    END
WHERE id  in (1,2,3)

Error: Unexpected value 'undefined' imported by the module

For me the problem was solved by changing the import sequence :

One with I got the error :

imports: [ 
 BrowserModule, HttpClientModule, AppRoutingModule, 
 CommonModule
],

Changed this to :

   imports: [
    BrowserModule, CommonModule, HttpClientModule,
    AppRoutingModule
  ],

Getting the Username from the HKEY_USERS values

It is possible to query this information from WMI. The following command will output a table with a row for every user along with the SID for each user.

wmic useraccount get name,sid

You can also export this information to CSV:

wmic useraccount get name,sid /format:csv > output.csv

I have used this on Vista and 7. For more information see WMIC - Take Command-line Control over WMI.

How do I get a reference to the app delegate in Swift?

In Swift 3.0 you can get the appdelegate reference by

let appDelegate = UIApplication.shared.delegate as! AppDelegate

Is there a way to programmatically scroll a scroll view to a specific edit text?

You can use ObjectAnimator like this:

ObjectAnimator.ofInt(yourScrollView, "scrollY", yourView.getTop()).setDuration(1500).start();

Difference between frontend, backend, and middleware in web development

Generally speaking, people refer to an application's presentation layer as its front end, its persistence layer (database, usually) as the back end, and anything between as middle tier. This set of ideas is often referred to as 3-tier architecture. They let you separate your application into more easily comprehensible (and testable!) chunks; you can also reuse lower-tier code more easily in higher tiers.

Which code is part of which tier is somewhat subjective; graphic designers tend to think of everything that isn't presentation as the back end, database people think of everything in front of the database as the front end, and so on.

Not all applications need to be separated out this way, though. It's certainly more work to have 3 separate sub-projects than it is to just open index.php and get cracking; depending on (1) how long you expect to have to maintain the app (2) how complex you expect the app to get, you may want to forgo the complexity.

curl Failed to connect to localhost port 80

I also had problem with refused connection on port 80. I didn't use localhost.

curl --data-binary "@/textfile.txt" "http://www.myserver.com/123.php"

Problem was that I had umlauts äåö in my textfile.txt.

Scrollview can host only one direct child

Wrap all the children inside of another LinearLayout with wrap_content for both the width and the height as well as the vertical orientation.

How to add leading zeros?

Expanding on @goodside's repsonse:

In some cases you may want to pad a string with zeros (e.g. fips codes or other numeric-like factors). In OSX/Linux:

> sprintf("%05s", "104")
[1] "00104"

But because sprintf() calls the OS's C sprintf() command, discussed here, in Windows 7 you get a different result:

> sprintf("%05s", "104")
[1] "  104"

So on Windows machines the work around is:

> sprintf("%05d", as.numeric("104"))
[1] "00104"

VBA module that runs other modules

I just learned something new thanks to Artiso. I gave each module a name in the properties box. These names were also what I declared in the module. When I tried to call my second module, I kept getting an error: Compile error: Expected variable or procedure, not module

After reading Artiso's comment above about not having the same names, I renamed my second module, called it from the first, and problem solved. Interesting stuff! Thanks for the info Artiso!

In case my experience is unclear:

Module Name: AllFSGroupsCY Public Sub AllFSGroupsCY()

Module Name: AllFSGroupsPY Public Sub AllFSGroupsPY()

From AllFSGroupsCY()

Public Sub FSGroupsCY()

    AllFSGroupsPY 'will error each time until the properties name is changed

End Sub

Getting IPV4 address from a sockaddr structure

Emil's answer is correct, but it's my understanding that inet_ntoa is deprecated and that instead you should use inet_ntop. If you are using IPv4, cast your struct sockaddr to sockaddr_in. Your code will look something like this:

struct addrinfo *res;   // populated elsewhere in your code
struct sockaddr_in *ipv4 = (struct sockaddr_in *)res->ai_addr;
char ipAddress[INET_ADDRSTRLEN];
inet_ntop(AF_INET, &(ipv4->sin_addr), ipAddress, INET_ADDRSTRLEN);

printf("The IP address is: %s\n", ipAddress);

Take a look at this great resource for more explanation, including how to do this for IPv6 addresses.

Entity Framework: There is already an open DataReader associated with this Command

I solved this problem using the following section of code before the second query:

 ...first query
 while (_dbContext.Connection.State != System.Data.ConnectionState.Closed)
 {
     System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(500);
 }
 ...second query

you can change the time of sleep in miliseconds

P.D. Useful when using threads

How to set seekbar min and max value

For requirements like this I have created Utility to customize Seekbar progress like below code:

SeekBarUtil.class

   import android.widget.SeekBar;
import android.widget.TextView;

public class SeekBarUtil {

    public static void setSeekBar(SeekBar mSeekbar, int minVal, int maxVal, int intervalVal, final TextView mTextView, String startPrefix, String endSuffix) {

        int totalCount = (maxVal - minVal) / intervalVal;
        mSeekbar.setMax(totalCount);
        mSeekbar.setOnSeekBarChangeListener(new CustomSeekBarListener(minVal, maxVal, intervalVal) {
            @Override
            public void onProgressChanged(SeekBar seekBar, int progress, boolean fromUser) {
                //progress = ((int)Math.round(progress/interval))*interval;
                int val = min;
                if (interval == totalCount) {
                    val = max;
                } else {
                    val = min + (progress * interval);
                }
                seekBar.setProgress(progress);
                mTextView.setText(startPrefix + val + endSuffix);
            }
            @Override
            public void onStartTrackingTouch(SeekBar seekBar) {  }

            @Override
            public void onStopTrackingTouch(SeekBar seekBar) {   }
        });

    }
}

and CustomSeekBarListener.class

import android.widget.SeekBar;

class CustomSeekBarListener implements SeekBar.OnSeekBarChangeListener {
    int min=0,max=0,interval=1;
    int totalCount;
    public CustomSeekBarListener(int min, int max, int interval) {
        this.min = min;
        this.max = max;
        this.interval = interval;
        totalCount= (max - min) / interval;
    }
    @Override
    public void onProgressChanged(SeekBar seekBar, int i, boolean b) { }
    @Override
    public void onStartTrackingTouch(SeekBar seekBar) { }
    @Override
    public void onStopTrackingTouch(SeekBar seekBar) { }
}

and you can use it like below code snippet

SeekBarUtil.setSeekBar(seekbarAmountNeeded,10000,200000,5000,textAmount,"$"," PA");

Non-Static method cannot be referenced from a static context with methods and variables

You should place Scanner input = new Scanner (System.in); into the main method rather than creating the input object outside.

Regular vs Context Free Grammars

The difference between regular and context free grammar: (N, S, P, S) : terminals, nonterminals, productions, starting state Terminal symbols

? elementary symbols of the language defined by a formal grammar

? abc

Nonterminal symbols (or syntactic variables)

? replaced by groups of terminal symbols according to the production rules

? ABC

regular grammar: right or left regular grammar right regular grammar, all rules obey the forms

  1. B ? a where B is a nonterminal in N and a is a terminal in S
  2. B ? aC where B and C are in N and a is in S
  3. B ? e where B is in N and e denotes the empty string, i.e. the string of length 0

left regular grammar, all rules obey the forms

  1. A ? a where A is a nonterminal in N and a is a terminal in S
  2. A ? Ba where A and B are in N and a is in S
  3. A ? e where A is in N and e is the empty string

context free grammar (CFG)

? formal grammar in which every production rule is of the form V ? w

? V is a single nonterminal symbol

? w is a string of terminals and/or nonterminals (w can be empty)

Vue v-on:click does not work on component

As mentioned by Chris Fritz (Vue.js Core Team Emeriti) in VueCONF US 2019

if we had Kia enter .native and then the root element of the base input changed from an input to a label suddenly this component is broken and it's not obvious and in fact, you might not even catch it right away unless you have a really good test. Instead by avoiding the use of the .native modifier which I currently consider an anti-pattern will be removed in Vue 3 you'll be able to explicitly define that the parent might care about which element listeners are added to...

With Vue 2

Using $listeners:

So, if you are using Vue 2 a better option to resolve this issue would be to use a fully transparent wrapper logic. For this Vue provides a $listeners property containing an object of listeners being used on the component. For example:

{
  focus: function (event) { /* ... */ }
  input: function (value) { /* ... */ },
}

and then we just need to add v-on="$listeners" to the test component like:

Test.vue (child component)

<template>
  <div v-on="$listeners">
    click here
  </div>
</template>

Now the <test> component is a fully transparent wrapper, meaning it can be used exactly like a normal <div> element: all the listeners will work, without the .native modifier.

Demo:

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Vue.component('test', {_x000D_
  template: `_x000D_
    <div class="child" v-on="$listeners">_x000D_
      Click here_x000D_
    </div>`_x000D_
})_x000D_
_x000D_
new Vue({_x000D_
  el: "#myApp",_x000D_
  data: {},_x000D_
  methods: {_x000D_
    testFunction: function(event) {_x000D_
      console.log('test clicked')_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
})
_x000D_
div.child{border:5px dotted orange; padding:20px;}
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/vue/2.5.17/vue.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="myApp">_x000D_
  <test @click="testFunction"></test>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
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Using $emit method:

We can also use $emit method for this purpose, which helps us to listen to child components events in parent component. For this, we first need to emit a custom event from child component like:

Test.vue (child component)

<test @click="$emit('my-event')"></test>

Important: Always use kebab-case for event names. For more information and demo regading this point please check out this answer: VueJS passing computed value from component to parent.

Now, we just need to listen to this emitted custom event in parent component like:

App.vue

<test @my-event="testFunction"></test>

So, basically instead of v-on:click or the shorthand @click we will simply use v-on:my-event or just @my-event.

Demo:

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Vue.component('test', {_x000D_
  template: `_x000D_
    <div class="child" @click="$emit('my-event')">_x000D_
      Click here_x000D_
    </div>`_x000D_
})_x000D_
_x000D_
new Vue({_x000D_
  el: "#myApp",_x000D_
  data: {},_x000D_
  methods: {_x000D_
    testFunction: function(event) {_x000D_
      console.log('test clicked')_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
})
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div.child{border:5px dotted orange; padding:20px;}
_x000D_
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/vue/2.5.17/vue.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<div id="myApp">_x000D_
  <test @my-event="testFunction"></test>_x000D_
</div>
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With Vue 3

Using v-bind="$attrs":

Vue 3 is going to make our life much easier in many ways. One of the examples for it is that it will help us to create a simpler transparent wrapper with very less config by just using v-bind="$attrs". By using this on child components not only our listener will work directly from the parent but also any other attribute will also work just like it a normal <div> only.

So, with respect to this question, we will not need to update anything in Vue 3 and your code will still work fine as <div> is the root element here and it will automatically listen to all child events.

Demo #1:

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const { createApp } = Vue;_x000D_
_x000D_
const Test = {_x000D_
  template: `_x000D_
    <div class="child">_x000D_
      Click here_x000D_
    </div>`_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
const App = {_x000D_
  components: { Test },_x000D_
  setup() {_x000D_
    const testFunction = event => {_x000D_
      console.log("test clicked");_x000D_
    };_x000D_
    return { testFunction };_x000D_
  }_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
createApp(App).mount("#myApp");
_x000D_
div.child{border:5px dotted orange; padding:20px;}
_x000D_
<script src="//unpkg.com/vue@next"></script>_x000D_
<div id="myApp">_x000D_
  <test v-on:click="testFunction"></test>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
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But for complex components with nested elements where we need to apply attributes and events to main <input /> instead of the parent label we can simply use v-bind="$attrs"

Demo #2:

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const { createApp } = Vue;_x000D_
_x000D_
const BaseInput = {_x000D_
  props: ['label', 'value'],_x000D_
  template: `_x000D_
    <label>_x000D_
      {{ label }}_x000D_
      <input v-bind="$attrs">_x000D_
    </label>`_x000D_
};_x000D_
_x000D_
const App = {_x000D_
  components: { BaseInput },_x000D_
  setup() {_x000D_
    const search = event => {_x000D_
      console.clear();_x000D_
      console.log("Searching...", event.target.value);_x000D_
    };_x000D_
    return { search };_x000D_
  }_x000D_
};_x000D_
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createApp(App).mount("#myApp");
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How to find duplicate records in PostgreSQL

You can join to the same table on the fields that would be duplicated and then anti-join on the id field. Select the id field from the first table alias (tn1) and then use the array_agg function on the id field of the second table alias. Finally, for the array_agg function to work properly, you will group the results by the tn1.id field. This will produce a result set that contains the the id of a record and an array of all the id's that fit the join conditions.

select tn1.id,
       array_agg(tn2.id) as duplicate_entries, 
from table_name tn1 join table_name tn2 on 
    tn1.year = tn2.year 
    and tn1.sid = tn2.sid 
    and tn1.user_id = tn2.user_id 
    and tn1.cid = tn2.cid
    and tn1.id <> tn2.id
group by tn1.id;

Obviously, id's that will be in the duplicate_entries array for one id, will also have their own entries in the result set. You will have to use this result set to decide which id you want to become the source of 'truth.' The one record that shouldn't get deleted. Maybe you could do something like this:

with dupe_set as (
select tn1.id,
       array_agg(tn2.id) as duplicate_entries, 
from table_name tn1 join table_name tn2 on 
    tn1.year = tn2.year 
    and tn1.sid = tn2.sid 
    and tn1.user_id = tn2.user_id 
    and tn1.cid = tn2.cid
    and tn1.id <> tn2.id
group by tn1.id
order by tn1.id asc)
select ds.id from dupe_set ds where not exists 
 (select de from unnest(ds.duplicate_entries) as de where de < ds.id)

Selects the lowest number ID's that have duplicates (assuming the ID is increasing int PK). These would be the ID's that you would keep around.

How do I get the time difference between two DateTime objects using C#?

You can use in following manner to achieve difference between two Datetime Object. Suppose there are DateTime objects dt1 and dt2 then the code.

TimeSpan diff = dt2.Subtract(dt1);

Most efficient way to get table row count

try this

Execute this SQL:

SHOW TABLE STATUS LIKE '<tablename>'

and fetch the value of the field Auto_increment

Insert a line break in mailto body

<a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=Request&body=Hi,%0DName:[your name] %0DGood day " target="_blank"></a>

Try adding %0D to break the line. This will definitely work.

Above code will display the following:

Hi,
Name:[your name] 
Good day

Android: how to handle button click

Most used way is, anonymous declaration

    Button send = (Button) findViewById(R.id.buttonSend);
    send.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
        @Override
        public void onClick(View v) {
            // handle click
        }
    });

Also you can create View.OnClickListener object and set it to button later, but you still need to override onClick method for example

View.OnClickListener listener = new View.OnClickListener(){
     @Override
        public void onClick(View v) {
            // handle click
        }
}   
Button send = (Button) findViewById(R.id.buttonSend);
send.setOnClickListener(listener);

When your activity implements OnClickListener interface you must override onClick(View v) method on activity level. Then you can assing this activity as listener to button, because it already implements interface and overrides the onClick() method

public class MyActivity extends Activity implements View.OnClickListener{


    @Override
    public void onClick(View v) {
        // handle click
    }


    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle b) {
        Button send = (Button) findViewById(R.id.buttonSend);
        send.setOnClickListener(this);
    }

}

(imho) 4-th approach used when multiple buttons have same handler, and you can declare one method in activity class and assign this method to multiple buttons in xml layout, also you can create one method for one button, but in this case I prefer to declare handlers inside activity class.

How do I print the full value of a long string in gdb?

Using set elements ... isn't always the best way. It would be useful if there were a distinct set string-elements ....

So, I use these functions in my .gdbinit:

define pstr
  ptype $arg0._M_dataplus._M_p
  printf "[%d] = %s\n", $arg0._M_string_length, $arg0._M_dataplus._M_p
end

define pcstr
  ptype $arg0
  printf "[%d] = %s\n", strlen($arg0), $arg0
end

Caveats:

  • The first is c++ lib dependent as it accesses members of std::string, but is easily adjusted.
  • The second can only be used on a running program as it calls strlen.

Check that a input to UITextField is numeric only

Here are a few one-liners which combine Peter Lewis' answer above (Check that a input to UITextField is numeric only) with NSPredicates

    #define REGEX_FOR_NUMBERS   @"^([+-]?)(?:|0|[1-9]\\d*)(?:\\.\\d*)?$"
    #define REGEX_FOR_INTEGERS  @"^([+-]?)(?:|0|[1-9]\\d*)?$"
    #define IS_A_NUMBER(string) [[NSPredicate predicateWithFormat:@"SELF MATCHES %@", REGEX_FOR_NUMBERS] evaluateWithObject:string]
    #define IS_AN_INTEGER(string) [[NSPredicate predicateWithFormat:@"SELF MATCHES %@", REGEX_FOR_INTEGERS] evaluateWithObject:string]

How to use the CSV MIME-type?

With Internet Explorer you often have to specify the Pragma: public header as well for the download to function properly..

header('Pragma: public');

Just my 2 cents..

How do I convert 2018-04-10T04:00:00.000Z string to DateTime?

Update: Using DateTimeFormat, introduced in java 8:

The idea is to define two formats: one for the input format, and one for the output format. Parse with the input formatter, then format with the output formatter.

Your input format looks quite standard, except the trailing Z. Anyway, let's deal with this: "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS'Z'". The trailing 'Z' is the interesting part. Usually there's time zone data here, like -0700. So the pattern would be ...Z, i.e. without apostrophes.

The output format is way more simple: "dd-MM-yyyy". Mind the small y -s.

Here is the example code:

DateTimeFormatter inputFormatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS'Z'", Locale.ENGLISH);
DateTimeFormatter outputFormatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("dd-MM-yyy", Locale.ENGLISH);
LocalDate date = LocalDate.parse("2018-04-10T04:00:00.000Z", inputFormatter);
String formattedDate = outputFormatter.format(date);
System.out.println(formattedDate); // prints 10-04-2018

Original answer - with old API SimpleDateFormat

SimpleDateFormat inputFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS'Z'");
SimpleDateFormat outputFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MM-yyyy");
Date date = inputFormat.parse("2018-04-10T04:00:00.000Z");
String formattedDate = outputFormat.format(date);
System.out.println(formattedDate); // prints 10-04-2018

how to convert string into dictionary in python 3.*?

  1. literal_eval, a somewhat safer version of eval (will only evaluate literals ie strings, lists etc):

    from ast import literal_eval
    
    python_dict = literal_eval("{'a': 1}")
    
  2. json.loads but it would require your string to use double quotes:

    import json
    
    python_dict = json.loads('{"a": 1}')
    

"The system cannot find the file specified" when running C++ program

I know this thread is 1 year old but I hope this helps someone, my problem was that I needed to add:

    #include "stdafx.h"

to my project (on the first line), this seems to be the case most of the time!

Python None comparison: should I use "is" or ==?

PEP 8 defines that it is better to use the is operator when comparing singletons.

Git 'fatal: Unable to write new index file'

Issue: When I was checking out some modified files in git, got this error. I was having two users ABC and XYZ. files are having uid:gid of ABC but it doesn't have git access and trying to checkout the files with same.

The solution I have tried: XYZ is having git access, tried checking out files with sudo and it worked..!!

Unmount the directory which is mounted by sshfs in Mac

Just as reference let me quote the osxfuse FAQ

4.8. How should I unmount my "FUSE for OS X" file system? I cannot find the fusermount program anywhere.

Just use the standard umount command in OS X. You do not need the Linux-specific fusermount with "FUSE for OS X".

As mentioned above, either diskutil unmount or umount should work

How can I scroll up more (increase the scroll buffer) in iTerm2?

There is an option “unlimited scrollback buffer” which you can find under Preferences > Profiles > Terminal or you can just pump up number of lines that you want to have in history in the same place.

installing urllib in Python3.6

This happens because your local module named urllib.py shadows the installed requests module you are trying to use. The current directory is preapended to sys.path, so the local name takes precedence over the installed name.

An extra debugging tip when this comes up is to look at the Traceback carefully, and realize that the name of your script in question is matching the module you are trying to import.

Rename your file to something else like url.py. Then It is working fine. Hope it helps!

How can I debug my JavaScript code?

Visual Studio 2008 has some very good JavaScript debugging tools. You can drop a breakpoint in your client side JavaScript code and step through it using the exact same tools as you would the server side code. There is no need to attach to a process or do anything tricky to enable it.

What is a magic number, and why is it bad?

Magic Number Vs. Symbolic Constant: When to replace?

Magic: Unknown semantic

Symbolic Constant -> Provides both correct semantic and correct context for use

Semantic: The meaning or purpose of a thing.

"Create a constant, name it after the meaning, and replace the number with it." -- Martin Fowler

First, magic numbers are not just numbers. Any basic value can be "magic". Basic values are manifest entities such as integers, reals, doubles, floats, dates, strings, booleans, characters, and so on. The issue is not the data type, but the "magic" aspect of the value as it appears in our code text.

What do we mean by "magic"? To be precise: By "magic", we intend to point to the semantics (meaning or purpose) of the value in the context of our code; that it is unknown, unknowable, unclear, or confusing. This is the notion of "magic". A basic value is not magic when its semantic meaning or purpose-of-being-there is quickly and easily known, clear, and understood (not confusing) from the surround context without special helper words (e.g. symbolic constant).

Therefore, we identify magic numbers by measuring the ability of a code reader to know, be clear, and understand the meaning and purpose of a basic value from its surrounding context. The less known, less clear, and more confused the reader is, the more "magic" the basic value is.

Helpful Definitions

  • confuse: cause (someone) to become bewildered or perplexed.
  • bewildered: cause (someone) to become perplexed and confused.
  • perplexed: completely baffled; very puzzled.
  • baffled: totally bewilder or perplex.
  • puzzled: unable to understand; perplexed.
  • understand: perceive the intended meaning of (words, a language, or speaker).
  • meaning: what is meant by a word, text, concept, or action.
  • meant: intend to convey, indicate, or refer to (a particular thing or notion); signify.
  • signify: be an indication of.
  • indication: a sign or piece of information that indicates something.
  • indicate: point out; show.
  • sign: an object, quality, or event whose presence or occurrence indicates the probable presence or occurrence of something else.

Basics

We have two scenarios for our magic basic values. Only the second is of primary importance for programmers and code:

  1. A lone basic value (e.g. number) from which its meaning is unknown, unknowable, unclear or confusing.
  2. A basic value (e.g. number) in context, but its meaning remains unknown, unknowable, unclear or confusing.

An overarching dependency of "magic" is how the lone basic value (e.g. number) has no commonly known semantic (like Pi), but has a locally known semantic (e.g. your program), which is not entirely clear from context or could be abused in good or bad context(s).

The semantics of most programming languages will not allow us to use lone basic values, except (perhaps) as data (i.e. tables of data). When we encounter "magic numbers", we generally do so in a context. Therefore, the answer to

"Do I replace this magic number with a symbolic constant?"

is:

"How quickly can you assess and understand the semantic meaning of the number (its purpose for being there) in its context?"

Kind of Magic, but not quite

With this thought in mind, we can quickly see how a number like Pi (3.14159) is not a "magic number" when placed in proper context (e.g. 2 x 3.14159 x radius or 2*Pi*r). Here, the number 3.14159 is mentally recognized Pi without the symbolic constant identifier.

Still, we generally replace 3.14159 with a symbolic constant identifier like Pi because of the length and complexity of the number. The aspects of length and complexity of Pi (coupled with a need for accuracy) usually means the symbolic identifier or constant is less prone to error. Recognition of "Pi" as a name is a simply a convenient bonus, but is not the primary reason for having the constant.

Meanwhile: Back at the Ranch

Laying aside common constants like Pi, let's focus primarily on numbers with special meanings, but which those meanings are constrained to the universe of our software system. Such a number might be "2" (as a basic integer value).

If I use the number 2 by itself, my first question might be: What does "2" mean? The meaning of "2" by itself is unknown and unknowable without context, leaving its use unclear and confusing. Even though having just "2" in our software will not happen because of language semantics, we do want to see that "2" by itself carries no special semantics or obvious purpose being alone.

Let's put our lone "2" in a context of: padding := 2, where the context is a "GUI Container". In this context the meaning of 2 (as pixels or other graphical unit) offers us a quick guess of its semantics (meaning and purpose). We might stop here and say that 2 is okay in this context and there is nothing else we need to know. However, perhaps in our software universe this is not the whole story. There is more to it, but "padding = 2" as a context cannot reveal it.

Let's further pretend that 2 as pixel padding in our program is of the "default_padding" variety throughout our system. Therefore, writing the instruction padding = 2 is not good enough. The notion of "default" is not revealed. Only when I write: padding = default_padding as a context and then elsewhere: default_padding = 2 do I fully realize a better and fuller meaning (semantic and purpose) of 2 in our system.

The example above is pretty good because "2" by itself could be anything. Only when we limit the range and domain of understanding to "my program" where 2 is the default_padding in the GUI UX parts of "my program", do we finally make sense of "2" in its proper context. Here "2" is a "magic" number, which is factored out to a symbolic constant default_padding within the context of the GUI UX of "my program" in order to make it use as default_padding quickly understood in the greater context of the enclosing code.

Thus, any basic value, whose meaning (semantic and purpose) cannot be sufficiently and quickly understood is a good candidate for a symbolic constant in the place of the basic value (e.g. magic number).

Going Further

Numbers on a scale might have semantics as well. For example, pretend we are making a D&D game, where we have the notion of a monster. Our monster object has a feature called life_force, which is an integer. The numbers have meanings that are not knowable or clear without words to supply meaning. Thus, we begin by arbitrarily saying:

  • full_life_force: INTEGER = 10 -- Very alive (and unhurt)
  • minimum_life_force: INTEGER = 1 -- Barely alive (very hurt)
  • dead: INTEGER = 0 -- Dead
  • undead: INTEGER = -1 -- Min undead (almost dead)
  • zombie: INTEGER = -10 -- Max undead (very undead)

From the symbolic constants above, we start to get a mental picture of the aliveness, deadness, and "undeadness" (and possible ramifications or consequences) for our monsters in our D&D game. Without these words (symbolic constants), we are left with just the numbers ranging from -10 .. 10. Just the range without the words leaves us in a place of possibly great confusion and potentially with errors in our game if different parts of the game have dependencies on what that range of numbers means to various operations like attack_elves or seek_magic_healing_potion.

Therefore, when searching for and considering replacement of "magic numbers" we want to ask very purpose-filled questions about the numbers within the context of our software and even how the numbers interact semantically with each other.

Conclusion

Let's review what questions we ought to ask:

You might have a magic number if ...

  1. Can the basic value have a special meaning or purpose in your softwares universe?
  2. Can the special meaning or purpose likely be unknown, unknowable, unclear, or confusing, even in its proper context?
  3. Can a proper basic value be improperly used with bad consequences in the wrong context?
  4. Can an improper basic value be properly used with bad consequences in the right context?
  5. Does the basic value have a semantic or purpose relationships with other basic values in specific contexts?
  6. Can a basic value exist in more than one place in our code with different semantics in each, thereby causing our reader a confusion?

Examine stand-alone manifest constant basic values in your code text. Ask each question slowly and thoughtfully about each instance of such a value. Consider the strength of your answer. Many times, the answer is not black and white, but has shades of misunderstood meaning and purpose, speed of learning, and speed of comprehension. There is also a need to see how it connects to the software machine around it.

In the end, the answer to replacement is answer the measure (in your mind) of the strength or weakness of the reader to make the connection (e.g. "get it"). The more quickly they understand meaning and purpose, the less "magic" you have.

CONCLUSION: Replace basic values with symbolic constants only when the magic is large enough to cause difficult to detect bugs arising from confusions.

Java Code for calculating Leap Year

You can ask the GregorianCalendar class for this:

boolean isLeapyear = new GregorianCalendar().isLeapYear(year);

Amazon S3 upload file and get URL

a bit old but still for anyone stumbling upon this in the future:

you can do it with one line assuming you already wrote the CredentialProvider and the AmazonS3Client.

it will look like this:

 String ImageURL = String.valueOf(s3.getUrl(
                                  ConstantsAWS3.BUCKET_NAME, //The S3 Bucket To Upload To
                                  file.getName())); //The key for the uploaded object

and if you didn't wrote the CredentialProvider and the AmazonS3Client then just add them before getting the URL like this:

  CognitoCachingCredentialsProvider credentialsProvider = new CognitoCachingCredentialsProvider(
        getApplicationContext(),
        "POOL_ID", // Identity pool ID
        Regions.US_EAST_1 // Region
);

JUnit 4 compare Sets

If you want to check whether a List or Set contains a set of specific values (instead of comparing it with an already existing collection), often the toString method of collections is handy:

String[] actualResult = calltestedmethod();
assertEquals("[foo, bar]", Arrays.asList(actualResult).toString());

List otherResult = callothertestedmethod();
assertEquals("[42, mice]", otherResult.toString());

This is a bit shorter than first constructing the expected collection and comparing it with the actual collection, and easier to write and correct.

(Admittedly, this is not a particularily clean method, and can't distinguish an element "foo, bar" from two elements "foo" and "bar". But in practice I think it's most important that it's easy and fast to write tests, otherwise many developers just won't without being pressed.)

How do I create a basic UIButton programmatically?

UIButton *custombutton = [UIButton buttonWithType:UIButtonTypeRoundedRect];
[custombutton addTarget:self
                 action:@selector(aMethod:)
       forControlEvents:UIControlEventTouchUpInside];
[custombutton setTitle:@"Click" forState:UIControlStateNormal];
custombutton.frame = CGRectMake(80.0, 110.0, 160.0, 40.0);
custombutton.titleLabel.textColor = [UIColor colorWithRed: 2.0f/255.0f green: 155.0f/255.0f blue: 213.0f/255.0f  alpha:1];
 [custombutton setImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"hh.png"] forState:UIControlStateNormal];
 [view addSubview:custombutton];

Can jQuery provide the tag name?

you can try:
jQuery(this).get(0).tagName;
or
jQuery(this).get(0).nodeName;

note: replace this with your selector (h1, h3 or ...)

Removing all line breaks and adding them after certain text

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

Define an alias in fish shell

I found the prior answers and comments to be needlessly incomplete and/or confusing. The minimum that I needed to do was:

  1. Create ~/.config/fish/config.fish. This file can optionally be a softlink.
  2. Add to it the line alias myalias echo foo bar.
  3. Restart fish. To confirm the definition, try type myalias. Try the alias.

What is the JavaScript version of sleep()?

Only for debug/dev , I post this if it's useful to someone

Interesting stuff, in Firebug ( & probably other js consoles ), nothing happen after hitting enter, only after the sleep duration specified (...)

function sleepFor( sleepDuration ){
    var now = new Date().getTime();
    while(new Date().getTime() < now + sleepDuration){ /* do nothing */ } 
}

Example of use:

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function sleepFor( sleepDuration ){
  var now = new Date().getTime();
  while(new Date().getTime() < now + sleepDuration){ /* do nothing */ } 
}

function sleepThenAct(){
  sleepFor(2000);
  console.log("hello js sleep !");
}

sleepThenAct()
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INNER JOIN in UPDATE sql for DB2

Update to the answer https://stackoverflow.com/a/4184237/565525:

if you want multiple columns, that can be achived like this:

update file1
set
  (firstfield, secondfield) = (
        select 'stuff' concat 'something from file2', 
               'some secondfield value' 
        from file2
        where substr(file1.field1, 10, 20) = substr(file2.xxx,1,10) )
where
  file1.foo like 'BLAH%'

Source: http://www.dbforums.com/db2/1615011-sql-update-using-join-subquery.html#post6257307

Where is the Java SDK folder in my computer? Ubuntu 12.04

$whereis java
java: /usr/bin/java /usr/bin/X11/java /usr/share/java     /usr/share/man/man1/java.1.gz
$cd /usr/bin
$ls -l java
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 Apr 15  2014 java -> /etc/alternatives/java
$ls -l /etc/alternatives/java
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 39 Apr 15  2014 /etc/alternatives/java ->     /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-oracle/jre/bin/java

So,JDK's real location is /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-oracle/

What is the difference between conversion specifiers %i and %d in formatted IO functions (*printf / *scanf)

These are identical for printf but different for scanf. For printf, both %d and %i designate a signed decimal integer. For scanf, %d and %i also means a signed integer but %i inteprets the input as a hexadecimal number if preceded by 0x and octal if preceded by 0 and otherwise interprets the input as decimal.

Await operator can only be used within an Async method

You can only use await in an async method, and Main cannot be async.

You'll have to use your own async-compatible context, call Wait on the returned Task in the Main method, or just ignore the returned Task and just block on the call to Read. Note that Wait will wrap any exceptions in an AggregateException.

If you want a good intro, see my async/await intro post.

Create Generic method constraining T to an Enum

This feature is finally supported in C# 7.3!

The following snippet (from the dotnet samples) demonstrates how:

public static Dictionary<int, string> EnumNamedValues<T>() where T : System.Enum
{
    var result = new Dictionary<int, string>();
    var values = Enum.GetValues(typeof(T));

    foreach (int item in values)
        result.Add(item, Enum.GetName(typeof(T), item));
    return result;
}

Be sure to set your language version in your C# project to version 7.3.


Original Answer below:

I'm late to the game, but I took it as a challenge to see how it could be done. It's not possible in C# (or VB.NET, but scroll down for F#), but is possible in MSIL. I wrote this little....thing

// license: http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html
.assembly MyThing{}
.class public abstract sealed MyThing.Thing
       extends [mscorlib]System.Object
{
  .method public static !!T  GetEnumFromString<valuetype .ctor ([mscorlib]System.Enum) T>(string strValue,
                                                                                          !!T defaultValue) cil managed
  {
    .maxstack  2
    .locals init ([0] !!T temp,
                  [1] !!T return_value,
                  [2] class [mscorlib]System.Collections.IEnumerator enumerator,
                  [3] class [mscorlib]System.IDisposable disposer)
    // if(string.IsNullOrEmpty(strValue)) return defaultValue;
    ldarg strValue
    call bool [mscorlib]System.String::IsNullOrEmpty(string)
    brfalse.s HASVALUE
    br RETURNDEF         // return default it empty
    
    // foreach (T item in Enum.GetValues(typeof(T)))
  HASVALUE:
    // Enum.GetValues.GetEnumerator()
    ldtoken !!T
    call class [mscorlib]System.Type [mscorlib]System.Type::GetTypeFromHandle(valuetype [mscorlib]System.RuntimeTypeHandle)
    call class [mscorlib]System.Array [mscorlib]System.Enum::GetValues(class [mscorlib]System.Type)
    callvirt instance class [mscorlib]System.Collections.IEnumerator [mscorlib]System.Array::GetEnumerator() 
    stloc enumerator
    .try
    {
      CONDITION:
        ldloc enumerator
        callvirt instance bool [mscorlib]System.Collections.IEnumerator::MoveNext()
        brfalse.s LEAVE
        
      STATEMENTS:
        // T item = (T)Enumerator.Current
        ldloc enumerator
        callvirt instance object [mscorlib]System.Collections.IEnumerator::get_Current()
        unbox.any !!T
        stloc temp
        ldloca.s temp
        constrained. !!T
        
        // if (item.ToString().ToLower().Equals(value.Trim().ToLower())) return item;
        callvirt instance string [mscorlib]System.Object::ToString()
        callvirt instance string [mscorlib]System.String::ToLower()
        ldarg strValue
        callvirt instance string [mscorlib]System.String::Trim()
        callvirt instance string [mscorlib]System.String::ToLower()
        callvirt instance bool [mscorlib]System.String::Equals(string)
        brfalse.s CONDITION
        ldloc temp
        stloc return_value
        leave.s RETURNVAL
        
      LEAVE:
        leave.s RETURNDEF
    }
    finally
    {
        // ArrayList's Enumerator may or may not inherit from IDisposable
        ldloc enumerator
        isinst [mscorlib]System.IDisposable
        stloc.s disposer
        ldloc.s disposer
        ldnull
        ceq
        brtrue.s LEAVEFINALLY
        ldloc.s disposer
        callvirt instance void [mscorlib]System.IDisposable::Dispose()
      LEAVEFINALLY:
        endfinally
    }
  
  RETURNDEF:
    ldarg defaultValue
    stloc return_value
  
  RETURNVAL:
    ldloc return_value
    ret
  }
} 

Which generates a function that would look like this, if it were valid C#:

T GetEnumFromString<T>(string valueString, T defaultValue) where T : Enum

Then with the following C# code:

using MyThing;
// stuff...
private enum MyEnum { Yes, No, Okay }
static void Main(string[] args)
{
    Thing.GetEnumFromString("No", MyEnum.Yes); // returns MyEnum.No
    Thing.GetEnumFromString("Invalid", MyEnum.Okay);  // returns MyEnum.Okay
    Thing.GetEnumFromString("AnotherInvalid", 0); // compiler error, not an Enum
}

Unfortunately, this means having this part of your code written in MSIL instead of C#, with the only added benefit being that you're able to constrain this method by System.Enum. It's also kind of a bummer, because it gets compiled into a separate assembly. However, it doesn't mean you have to deploy it that way.

By removing the line .assembly MyThing{} and invoking ilasm as follows:

ilasm.exe /DLL /OUTPUT=MyThing.netmodule

you get a netmodule instead of an assembly.

Unfortunately, VS2010 (and earlier, obviously) does not support adding netmodule references, which means you'd have to leave it in 2 separate assemblies when you're debugging. The only way you can add them as part of your assembly would be to run csc.exe yourself using the /addmodule:{files} command line argument. It wouldn't be too painful in an MSBuild script. Of course, if you're brave or stupid, you can run csc yourself manually each time. And it certainly gets more complicated as multiple assemblies need access to it.

So, it CAN be done in .Net. Is it worth the extra effort? Um, well, I guess I'll let you decide on that one.


F# Solution as alternative

Extra Credit: It turns out that a generic restriction on enum is possible in at least one other .NET language besides MSIL: F#.

type MyThing =
    static member GetEnumFromString<'T when 'T :> Enum> str defaultValue: 'T =
        /// protect for null (only required in interop with C#)
        let str = if isNull str then String.Empty else str

        Enum.GetValues(typedefof<'T>)
        |> Seq.cast<_>
        |> Seq.tryFind(fun v -> String.Compare(v.ToString(), str.Trim(), true) = 0)
        |> function Some x -> x | None -> defaultValue

This one is easier to maintain since it's a well-known language with full Visual Studio IDE support, but you still need a separate project in your solution for it. However, it naturally produces considerably different IL (the code is very different) and it relies on the FSharp.Core library, which, just like any other external library, needs to become part of your distribution.

Here's how you can use it (basically the same as the MSIL solution), and to show that it correctly fails on otherwise synonymous structs:

// works, result is inferred to have type StringComparison
var result = MyThing.GetEnumFromString("OrdinalIgnoreCase", StringComparison.Ordinal);
// type restriction is recognized by C#, this fails at compile time
var result = MyThing.GetEnumFromString("OrdinalIgnoreCase", 42);

View a file in a different Git branch without changing branches

If you're using Emacs, you can type C-x v ~ to see a different revision of the file you're currently editing (tags, branches and hashes all work).

R: numeric 'envir' arg not of length one in predict()

There are several problems here:

  1. The newdata argument of predict() needs a predictor variable. You should thus pass it values for Coupon, instead of Total, which is the response variable in your model.

  2. The predictor variable needs to be passed in as a named column in a data frame, so that predict() knows what the numbers its been handed represent. (The need for this becomes clear when you consider more complicated models, having more than one predictor variable).

  3. For this to work, your original call should pass df in through the data argument, rather than using it directly in your formula. (This way, the name of the column in newdata will be able to match the name on the RHS of the formula).

With those changes incorporated, this will work:

model <- lm(Total ~ Coupon, data=df)
new <- data.frame(Coupon = df$Coupon)
predict(model, newdata = new, interval="confidence")

How to convert UTC timestamp to device local time in android

Local to UTC

DateTime dateTimeNew = new DateTime(date.getTime(),
DateTimeZone.forID("Asia/Calcutta"));
SimpleDateFormat simpleDateFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss");
simpleDateFormat.setTimeZone(TimeZone.getTimeZone("UTC"));
String datetimeString = dateTimeNew.toString("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss");
long milis = 0;
try {
     milis = simpleDateFormat.parse(datetimeString).getTime();
} catch (ParseException e) {
   e.printStackTrace();
}

How to open, read, and write from serial port in C?

I wrote this a long time ago (from years 1985-1992, with just a few tweaks since then), and just copy and paste the bits needed into each project.

You must call cfmakeraw on a tty obtained from tcgetattr. You cannot zero-out a struct termios, configure it, and then set the tty with tcsetattr. If you use the zero-out method, then you will experience unexplained intermittent failures, especially on the BSDs and OS X. "Unexplained intermittent failures" include hanging in read(3).

#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h> 
#include <string.h>
#include <termios.h>
#include <unistd.h>

int
set_interface_attribs (int fd, int speed, int parity)
{
        struct termios tty;
        if (tcgetattr (fd, &tty) != 0)
        {
                error_message ("error %d from tcgetattr", errno);
                return -1;
        }

        cfsetospeed (&tty, speed);
        cfsetispeed (&tty, speed);

        tty.c_cflag = (tty.c_cflag & ~CSIZE) | CS8;     // 8-bit chars
        // disable IGNBRK for mismatched speed tests; otherwise receive break
        // as \000 chars
        tty.c_iflag &= ~IGNBRK;         // disable break processing
        tty.c_lflag = 0;                // no signaling chars, no echo,
                                        // no canonical processing
        tty.c_oflag = 0;                // no remapping, no delays
        tty.c_cc[VMIN]  = 0;            // read doesn't block
        tty.c_cc[VTIME] = 5;            // 0.5 seconds read timeout

        tty.c_iflag &= ~(IXON | IXOFF | IXANY); // shut off xon/xoff ctrl

        tty.c_cflag |= (CLOCAL | CREAD);// ignore modem controls,
                                        // enable reading
        tty.c_cflag &= ~(PARENB | PARODD);      // shut off parity
        tty.c_cflag |= parity;
        tty.c_cflag &= ~CSTOPB;
        tty.c_cflag &= ~CRTSCTS;

        if (tcsetattr (fd, TCSANOW, &tty) != 0)
        {
                error_message ("error %d from tcsetattr", errno);
                return -1;
        }
        return 0;
}

void
set_blocking (int fd, int should_block)
{
        struct termios tty;
        memset (&tty, 0, sizeof tty);
        if (tcgetattr (fd, &tty) != 0)
        {
                error_message ("error %d from tggetattr", errno);
                return;
        }

        tty.c_cc[VMIN]  = should_block ? 1 : 0;
        tty.c_cc[VTIME] = 5;            // 0.5 seconds read timeout

        if (tcsetattr (fd, TCSANOW, &tty) != 0)
                error_message ("error %d setting term attributes", errno);
}


...
char *portname = "/dev/ttyUSB1"
 ...
int fd = open (portname, O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY | O_SYNC);
if (fd < 0)
{
        error_message ("error %d opening %s: %s", errno, portname, strerror (errno));
        return;
}

set_interface_attribs (fd, B115200, 0);  // set speed to 115,200 bps, 8n1 (no parity)
set_blocking (fd, 0);                // set no blocking

write (fd, "hello!\n", 7);           // send 7 character greeting

usleep ((7 + 25) * 100);             // sleep enough to transmit the 7 plus
                                     // receive 25:  approx 100 uS per char transmit
char buf [100];
int n = read (fd, buf, sizeof buf);  // read up to 100 characters if ready to read

The values for speed are B115200, B230400, B9600, B19200, B38400, B57600, B1200, B2400, B4800, etc. The values for parity are 0 (meaning no parity), PARENB|PARODD (enable parity and use odd), PARENB (enable parity and use even), PARENB|PARODD|CMSPAR (mark parity), and PARENB|CMSPAR (space parity).

"Blocking" sets whether a read() on the port waits for the specified number of characters to arrive. Setting no blocking means that a read() returns however many characters are available without waiting for more, up to the buffer limit.


Addendum:

CMSPAR is needed only for choosing mark and space parity, which is uncommon. For most applications, it can be omitted. My header file /usr/include/bits/termios.h enables definition of CMSPAR only if the preprocessor symbol __USE_MISC is defined. That definition occurs (in features.h) with

#if defined _BSD_SOURCE || defined _SVID_SOURCE
 #define __USE_MISC     1
#endif

The introductory comments of <features.h> says:

/* These are defined by the user (or the compiler)
   to specify the desired environment:

...
   _BSD_SOURCE          ISO C, POSIX, and 4.3BSD things.
   _SVID_SOURCE         ISO C, POSIX, and SVID things.
...
 */

Passing arrays as url parameter

I do this with serialized data base64 encoded. Best and smallest way, i guess. urlencode is to much wasting space and you have only 4k.

How can I add a username and password to Jenkins?

If installed as an admin, use:-

uname - admin
pw - the passkey that was generated during installation

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

Was having the same error and fixing the credentials in the IIS app pool did not help. I finally resolved the error in IIS by selecting my website under Default Web Site, Advanced Settings->Physical Path Credentials->Specific User, and reentered the credentials for the app pool user, then restarted IIS and the error went away and my website came up successfully.

Can I force a UITableView to hide the separator between empty cells?

You can achieve what you want by defining a footer for the tableview. See this answer for more details:Eliminate Extra separators below UITableView

What are your favorite extension methods for C#? (codeplex.com/extensionoverflow)

I found this one helpful

public static IEnumerable<T> EmptyIfNull<T>(this IEnumerable<T> pSeq)
{
    return pSeq ?? Enumerable.Empty<T>();
}

It removes the null check in the calling code. You could now do

MyList.EmptyIfNull().Where(....)

Scroll to bottom of Div on page load (jQuery)

I'm working in a legacy codebase trying to migrate to Vue.

In my specific situation (scrollable div wrapped in a bootstrap modal), a v-if showed new content, which I wanted the page to scroll down to. In order to get this behaviour to work, I had to wait for vue to finish re-rendering, and then use jQuery to scroll to the bottom of the modal.

So...

this.$nextTick(function() {
    $('#thing')[0].scrollTop = $('#thing')[0].scrollHeight;
})

How to do scanf for single char in C

The %c conversion specifier won't automatically skip any leading whitespace, so if there's a stray newline in the input stream (from a previous entry, for example) the scanf call will consume it immediately.

One way around the problem is to put a blank space before the conversion specifier in the format string:

scanf(" %c", &c);

The blank in the format string tells scanf to skip leading whitespace, and the first non-whitespace character will be read with the %c conversion specifier.

Bootstrap table striped: How do I change the stripe background colour?

Easiest way for changing order of striped:

Add empty tr before your table tr tags.

Adding Text to DataGridView Row Header

it's because of your first column (Rows Header column) width ! increase it's width then you can see it's value ! you can use this command:

dgv1.RowHeadersWidthSizeMode = DataGridViewRowHeadersWidthSizeMode.AutoSizeToAllHeaders;

(notice: you must first set dgv1.RowHeadersVisible = true;)

How to highlight a selected row in ngRepeat?

Each row has an ID. All you have to do is to send this ID to the function setSelected(), store it (in $scope.idSelectedVote for instance), and then check for each row if the selected ID is the same as the current one. Here is a solution (see the documentation for ngClass, if needed):

$scope.idSelectedVote = null;
$scope.setSelected = function (idSelectedVote) {
   $scope.idSelectedVote = idSelectedVote;
};
<ul ng-repeat="vote in votes" ng-click="setSelected(vote.id)" ng-class="{selected: vote.id === idSelectedVote}">
    ...
</ul>

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