Programs & Examples On #Legacy code

Originally legacy code meant code 'inherited' from authors or from a previous program/system version. Since Michael Feathers published his "Working Effectively with Legacy Code" book, new definition came to be, where code without tests is legacy code.

Installation of VB6 on Windows 7 / 8 / 10

VB6 Installs just fine on Windows 7 (and Windows 8 / Windows 10) with a few caveats.

Here is how to install it:

  • Before proceeding with the installation process below, create a zero-byte file in C:\Windows called MSJAVA.DLL. The setup process will look for this file, and if it doesn't find it, will force an installation of old, old Java, and require a reboot. By creating the zero-byte file, the installation of moldy Java is bypassed, and no reboot will be required.
  • Turn off UAC.
  • Insert Visual Studio 6 CD.
  • Exit from the Autorun setup.
  • Browse to the root folder of the VS6 CD.
  • Right-click SETUP.EXE, select Run As Administrator.
  • On this and other Program Compatibility Assistant warnings, click Run Program.
  • Click Next.
  • Click "I accept agreement", then Next.
  • Enter name and company information, click Next.
  • Select Custom Setup, click Next.
  • Click Continue, then Ok.
  • Setup will "think to itself" for about 2 minutes. Processing can be verified by starting Task Manager, and checking the CPU usage of ACMSETUP.EXE.
  • On the options list, select the following:
    • Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0
    • ActiveX
    • Data Access
    • Graphics
    • All other options should be unchecked.
  • Click Continue, setup will continue.
  • Finally, a successful completion dialog will appear, at which click Ok. At this point, Visual Basic 6 is installed.
  • If you do not have the MSDN CD, clear the checkbox on the next dialog, and click next. You'll be warned of the lack of MSDN, but just click Yes to accept.
  • Click Next to skip the installation of Installshield. This is a really old version you don't want anyway.
  • Click Next again to skip the installation of BackOffice, VSS, and SNA Server. Not needed!
  • On the next dialog, clear the checkbox for "Register Now", and click Finish.
  • The wizard will exit, and you're done. You can find VB6 under Start, All Programs, Microsoft Visual Studio 6. Enjoy!
  • Turn On UAC again

  • You might notice after successfully installing VB6 on Windows 7 that working in the IDE is a bit, well, sluggish. For example, resizing objects on a form is a real pain.
  • After installing VB6, you'll want to change the compatibility settings for the IDE executable.
  • Using Windows Explorer, browse the location where you installed VB6. By default, the path is C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VB98\
  • Right click the VB6.exe program file, and select properties from the context menu.
  • Click on the Compatibility tab.
  • Place a check in each of these checkboxes:
  • Run this program in compatibility mode for Windows XP (Service Pack 3)
    • Disable Visual Themes
    • Disable Desktop Composition
    • Disable display scaling on high DPI settings
    • If you have UAC turned on, it is probably advisable to check the 'Run this program as an Administrator' box

After changing these settings, fire up the IDE, and things should be back to normal, and the IDE is no longer sluggish.

Edit: Updated dead link to point to a different page with the same instructions

Edit: Updated the answer with the actual instructions in the post as the link kept dying

vector vs. list in STL

List is Doubly Linked List so it is easy to insert and delete an element. We have to just change the few pointers, whereas in vector if we want to insert an element in the middle then each element after it has to shift by one index. Also if the size of the vector is full then it has to first increase its size. So it is an expensive operation. So wherever insertion and deletion operations are required to be performed more often in such a case list should be used.

iOS - Dismiss keyboard when touching outside of UITextField

Swift 4

Setup your UIViewController with this extension method once e.g in viewDidLoad:

override func viewDidLoad() {
    super.viewDidLoad()
    self.setupHideKeyboardOnTap()
}

and the keyboard will be dismissed even by tapping on the NavigationBar.

import UIKit
extension UIViewController {
    /// Call this once to dismiss open keyboards by tapping anywhere in the view controller
    func setupHideKeyboardOnTap() {
        self.view.addGestureRecognizer(self.endEditingRecognizer())
        self.navigationController?.navigationBar.addGestureRecognizer(self.endEditingRecognizer())
    }

    /// Dismisses the keyboard from self.view
    private func endEditingRecognizer() -> UIGestureRecognizer {
        let tap = UITapGestureRecognizer(target: self.view, action: #selector(self.view.endEditing(_:)))
        tap.cancelsTouchesInView = false
        return tap
    }
}

iPhone hide Navigation Bar only on first page

The simplest implementation may be to just have each view controller specify whether its navigation bar is hidden or not in its viewWillAppear:animated: method. The same approach works well for hiding/showing the toolbar as well:

- (void)viewWillAppear:(BOOL)animated {
    [self.navigationController setToolbarHidden:YES/NO animated:animated];
    [super viewWillAppear:animated];
}

Linux configure/make, --prefix?

In my situation, --prefix= failed to update the path correctly under some warnings or failures. please see the below link for the answer. https://stackoverflow.com/a/50208379/1283198

Using $setValidity inside a Controller

A better and optimised solution to display multiple validation messages for a single element would be like this.

<div ng-messages="myForm.file.$error" ng-show="myForm.file.$touched">
 <span class="error" ng-message="required"> <your message> </span>
 <span class="error" ng-message="size"> <your message> </span>
 <span class="error" ng-message="filetype"> <your message> </span>
</div>

Controller Code should be the one suggested by @ Ben Lesh

What does "app.run(host='0.0.0.0') " mean in Flask

To answer to your second question. You can just hit the IP address of the machine that your flask app is running, e.g. 192.168.1.100 in a browser on different machine on the same network and you are there. Though, you will not be able to access it if you are on a different network. Firewalls or VLans can cause you problems with reaching your application. If that computer has a public IP, then you can hit that IP from anywhere on the planet and you will be able to reach the app. Usually this might impose some configuration, since most of the public servers are behind some sort of router or firewall.

Detect IF hovering over element with jQuery

Expanding on @Mohamed's answer. You could use a little encapsulation

Like this:

jQuery.fn.mouseIsOver = function () {
    if($(this[0]).is(":hover"))
    {
        return true;
    }
    return false;
}; 

Use it like:

$("#elem").mouseIsOver();//returns true or false

Forked the fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/cgWdF/1/

Force div element to stay in same place, when page is scrolled

Use position: fixed instead of position: absolute.

See here.

disabling spring security in spring boot app

With this solution you can fully enable/disable the security by activating a specific profile by command line. I defined the profile in a file application-nosecurity.yaml

spring:
  autoconfigure:
    exclude: org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.security.servlet.SecurityAutoConfiguration

Then I modified my custom WebSecurityConfigurerAdapter by adding the @Profile("!nosecurity") as follows:

@Configuration
@EnableWebSecurity
@EnableGlobalMethodSecurity(prePostEnabled = true, securedEnabled = true)
@Profile("!nosecurity")
public class WebSecurityConfig extends WebSecurityConfigurerAdapter {...}

To fully disable the security it's enough to start the application up by specifying the nosecurity profile, i.e.:

java -jar  target/myApp.jar --spring.profiles.active=nosecurity

Reading all files in a directory, store them in objects, and send the object

For all example below you need to import fs and path modules:

const fs = require('fs');
const path = require('path');

Read files asynchronously

function readFiles(dir, processFile) {
  // read directory
  fs.readdir(dir, (error, fileNames) => {
    if (error) throw error;

    fileNames.forEach(filename => {
      // get current file name
      const name = path.parse(filename).name;
      // get current file extension
      const ext = path.parse(filename).ext;
      // get current file path
      const filepath = path.resolve(dir, filename);

      // get information about the file
      fs.stat(filepath, function(error, stat) {
        if (error) throw error;

        // check if the current path is a file or a folder
        const isFile = stat.isFile();

        // exclude folders
        if (isFile) {
          // callback, do something with the file
          processFile(filepath, name, ext, stat);
        }
      });
    });
  });
}

Usage:

// use an absolute path to the folder where files are located
readFiles('absolute/path/to/directory/', (filepath, name, ext, stat) => {
  console.log('file path:', filepath);
  console.log('file name:', name);
  console.log('file extension:', ext);
  console.log('file information:', stat);
});

Read files synchronously, store in array, natural sorting

/**
 * @description Read files synchronously from a folder, with natural sorting
 * @param {String} dir Absolute path to directory
 * @returns {Object[]} List of object, each object represent a file
 * structured like so: `{ filepath, name, ext, stat }`
 */
function readFilesSync(dir) {
  const files = [];

  fs.readdirSync(dir).forEach(filename => {
    const name = path.parse(filename).name;
    const ext = path.parse(filename).ext;
    const filepath = path.resolve(dir, filename);
    const stat = fs.statSync(filepath);
    const isFile = stat.isFile();

    if (isFile) files.push({ filepath, name, ext, stat });
  });

  files.sort((a, b) => {
    // natural sort alphanumeric strings
    // https://stackoverflow.com/a/38641281
    return a.name.localeCompare(b.name, undefined, { numeric: true, sensitivity: 'base' });
  });

  return files;
}

Usage:

// return an array list of objects
// each object represent a file
const files = readFilesSync('absolute/path/to/directory/');

Read files async using promise

More info on promisify in this article.

const { promisify } = require('util');

const readdir_promise = promisify(fs.readdir);
const stat_promise = promisify(fs.stat);

function readFilesAsync(dir) {
  return readdir_promise(dir, { encoding: 'utf8' })
    .then(filenames => {
      const files = getFiles(dir, filenames);

      return Promise.all(files);
    })
    .catch(err => console.error(err));
}

function getFiles(dir, filenames) {
  return filenames.map(filename => {
    const name = path.parse(filename).name;
    const ext = path.parse(filename).ext;
    const filepath = path.resolve(dir, filename);

    return stat({ name, ext, filepath });
  });
}

function stat({ name, ext, filepath }) {
  return stat_promise(filepath)
    .then(stat => {
      const isFile = stat.isFile();

      if (isFile) return { name, ext, filepath, stat };
    })
    .catch(err => console.error(err));
}

Usage:

readFiles('absolute/path/to/directory/')
  // return an array list of objects
  // each object is a file
  // with those properties: { name, ext, filepath, stat }
  .then(files => console.log(files))
  .catch(err => console.log(err));

Note: return undefined for folders, if you want you can filter them out:

readFiles('absolute/path/to/directory/')
  .then(files => files.filter(file => file !== undefined))
  .catch(err => console.log(err));

Determine project root from a running node.js application

Old question, I know, however no question mention to use progress.argv. The argv array includes a full pathname and filename (with or without .js extension) that was used as parameter to be executed by node. Because this also can contain flags, you must filter this.

This is not an example you can directly use (because of using my own framework) but I think it gives you some idea how to do it. I also use a cache method to avoid that calling this function stress the system too much, especially when no extension is specified (and a file exist check is required), for example:

node myfile

or

node myfile.js

That's the reason I cache it, see also code below.


function getRootFilePath()
{
        if( !isDefined( oData.SU_ROOT_FILE_PATH ) )
        {
            var sExt = false;

            each( process.argv, function( i, v )
            {
                 // Skip invalid and provided command line options
                if( !!v && isValidString( v ) && v[0] !== '-' )
                {
                    sExt = getFileExt( v );

                    if( ( sExt === 'js' ) || ( sExt === '' && fileExists( v+'.js' )) )
                    {

                        var a = uniformPath( v ).split("/"); 

                         // Chop off last string, filename
                        a[a.length-1]='';

                         // Cache it so we don't have to do it again.
                        oData.SU_ROOT_FILE_PATH=a.join("/"); 

                         // Found, skip loop
                        return true;
                    }
                }
            }, true ); // <-- true is: each in reverse order
        }

        return oData.SU_ROOT_FILE_PATH || '';
    }
}; 

How to get form values in Symfony2 controller

I got it working by this:

if ($request->getMethod() == 'POST') {
    $username = $request->request->get('username');
    $password = $request->request->get('password');

    // Do something with the post data
}

You need to have the Request $request as a parameter in the function too! Hope this helps.

How to use Boost in Visual Studio 2010

In addition, there is something I find very useful. Use environment variables for your boost paths. (How to set environment variables in windows, link at bottom for 7,8,10) The BOOST_ROOT variable seems to be common place anymore and is set to the root path where you unzip boost.

Then in Properties, c++, general, Additional Include Directories use $(BOOST_ROOT). Then if/when you move to a newer version of the boost library you can update your environment variable to point to this newer version. As more of your projects, use boost you will not have to update the 'Additional Include Directories' for all of them.

You may also create a BOOST_LIB variable and point it to where the libs are staged. So likewise for the Linker->Additional Library Directories, you won't have to update projects. I have some old stuff built with vs10 and new stuff with vs14 so built both flavors of the boost lib to the same folder. So if I move a project from vs10 to vs14 I don't have to change the boost paths.

NOTE: If you change an environment variable it will not suddenly work in an open VS project. VS loads variables on startup. So you will have to close VS and reopen it.

How to output loop.counter in python jinja template?

if you are using django use forloop.counter instead of loop.counter

<ul>
{% for user in userlist %}
  <li>
      {{ user }} {{forloop.counter}}
  </li>
      {% if forloop.counter == 1 %}
          This is the First user
      {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
</ul>

Add floating point value to android resources/values

Although I've used the accepted answer in the past, it seems with the current Build Tools it is possible to do:

   <dimen name="listAvatarWidthPercent">0.19</dimen>

I'm using Build Tools major version 29.

Using LIKE in an Oracle IN clause

A REGEXP_LIKE will do a case-insensitive regexp search.

select * from Users where Regexp_Like (User_Name, 'karl|anders|leif','i')

This will be executed as a full table scan - just as the LIKE or solution, so the performance will be really bad if the table is not small. If it's not used often at all, it might be ok.

If you need some kind of performance, you will need Oracle Text (or some external indexer).

To get substring indexing with Oracle Text you will need a CONTEXT index. It's a bit involved as it's made for indexing large documents and text using a lot of smarts. If you have particular needs, such as substring searches in numbers and all words (including "the" "an" "a", spaces, etc) , you need to create custom lexers to remove some of the smart stuff...

If you insert a lot of data, Oracle Text will not make things faster, especially if you need the index to be updated within the transactions and not periodically.

How to display alt text for an image in chrome

To display the Alt text of missing images, we have to add a style like this. I think, there is no need to add extra javascript for this.

.Your_Image_Class_Name {
  font-size: 14px;
}

It's work for me. Enjoy!!!!

Scheduled run of stored procedure on SQL server

Yes, in MS SQL Server, you can create scheduled jobs. In SQL Management Studio, navigate to the server, then expand the SQL Server Agent item, and finally the Jobs folder to view, edit, add scheduled jobs.

How to enable CORS in ASP.net Core WebAPI

Based on your comment in MindingData's answer, it has nothing to do with your CORS, it's working fine.

Your Controller action is returning the wrong data. HttpCode 415 means, "Unsupported Media type". This happens when you either pass the wrong format to the controller (i.e. XML to a controller which only accepts json) or when you return a wrong type (return Xml in a controller which is declared to only return xml).

For later one check existence of [Produces("...")]attribute on your action

How to select a single child element using jQuery?

Not jQuery, as the question asks for, but natively (i.e., no libraries required) I think the better tool for the job is querySelector to get a single instance of a selector:

let el = document.querySelector('img');
console.log(el);

For all matching instances, use document.querySelectorAll(), or for those within another element you can chain as follows:

// Get some wrapper, with class="parentClassName"
let parentEl = document.querySelector('.parentClassName');
// Get all img tags within the parent element by parentEl variable
let childrenEls = parentEl.querySelectorAll('img');

Note the above is equivalent to:

let childrenEls = document.querySelector('.parentClassName').querySelectorAll('img');

powershell - extract file name and extension

As of PowerShell 6.0, Split-Path has an -Extenstion parameter. This means you can do:

$path | Split-Path -Extension

or

Split-Path -Path $path -Extension

For $path = "test.txt" both versions will return .txt, inluding the full stop.

What exactly should be set in PYTHONPATH?

You don't have to set either of them. PYTHONPATH can be set to point to additional directories with private libraries in them. If PYTHONHOME is not set, Python defaults to using the directory where python.exe was found, so that dir should be in PATH.

JavaScript push to array

var array = new Array(); // or the shortcut: = []
array.push ( {"cool":"34.33","also cool":"45454"} );
array.push (  {"cool":"34.39","also cool":"45459"} );

Your variable is a javascript object {} not an array [].

You could do:

var o = {}; // or the longer form: = new Object()
o.SomeNewProperty = "something";
o["SomeNewProperty"] = "something";

and

var o = { SomeNewProperty: "something" };
var o2 = { "SomeNewProperty": "something" };

Later, you add those objects to your array: array.push (o, o2);

Also JSON is simply a string representation of a javascript object, thus:

var json = '{"cool":"34.33","alsocool":"45454"}'; // is JSON
var o = JSON.parse(json); // is a javascript object
json = JSON.stringify(o); // is JSON again

How do I launch a program from command line without opening a new cmd window?

In Windows 7+ the first quotations will be the title to the cmd window to open the program:

start "title" "C:\path\program.exe"

Formatting your command like the above will temporarily open a cmd window that goes away as fast as it comes up so you really never see it. It also allows you to open more than one program without waiting for the first one to close first.

Can we overload the main method in Java?

This is perfectly legal:

public static void main(String[] args) {

}

public static void main(String argv) {
    System.out.println("hello");
}

Visual Studio build fails: unable to copy exe-file from obj\debug to bin\debug

  1. Set another project as startup
  2. Build the project (the non problematic project will display)
  3. Go to the problematic bin\debug folder
  4. Rename myservice.vshost.exe to myservice.exe

C++ template constructor

try doing something like

template<class T, int i> class A{

    A(){
          A(this)
    }

    A( A<int, 1>* a){
          //do something
    }
    A( A<float, 1>* a){
         //do something
    }
.
.
.
};

Passing an array of data as an input parameter to an Oracle procedure

This is one way to do it:

SQL> set serveroutput on
SQL> CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE MyType AS VARRAY(200) OF VARCHAR2(50);
  2  /

Type created

SQL> CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE testing (t_in MyType) IS
  2  BEGIN
  3    FOR i IN 1..t_in.count LOOP
  4      dbms_output.put_line(t_in(i));
  5    END LOOP;
  6  END;
  7  /

Procedure created

SQL> DECLARE
  2    v_t MyType;
  3  BEGIN
  4    v_t := MyType();
  5    v_t.EXTEND(10);
  6    v_t(1) := 'this is a test';
  7    v_t(2) := 'A second test line';
  8    testing(v_t);
  9  END;
 10  /

this is a test
A second test line

To expand on my comment to @dcp's answer, here's how you could implement the solution proposed there if you wanted to use an associative array:

SQL> CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE p IS
  2    TYPE p_type IS TABLE OF VARCHAR2(50) INDEX BY BINARY_INTEGER;
  3  
  4    PROCEDURE pp (inp p_type);
  5  END p;
  6  /

Package created
SQL> CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE BODY p IS
  2    PROCEDURE pp (inp p_type) IS
  3    BEGIN
  4      FOR i IN 1..inp.count LOOP
  5        dbms_output.put_line(inp(i));
  6      END LOOP;
  7    END pp;
  8  END p;
  9  /

Package body created
SQL> DECLARE
  2    v_t p.p_type;
  3  BEGIN
  4    v_t(1) := 'this is a test of p';
  5    v_t(2) := 'A second test line for p';
  6    p.pp(v_t);
  7  END;
  8  /

this is a test of p
A second test line for p

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed

SQL> 

This trades creating a standalone Oracle TYPE (which cannot be an associative array) with requiring the definition of a package that can be seen by all in order that the TYPE it defines there can be used by all.

How to solve a timeout error in Laravel 5

If using PHP7, I would suggest you changing the default value in the public/.htaccess

<IfModule php7_module>
   ...
   php_value max_execution_time 300
   ...
</IfModule>

display:inline vs display:block

display: block - a line break before and after the element

display: inline - no line break before or after the element

How to find the serial port number on Mac OS X?

Found the port esp32 was connected to by -

ls /dev/*

You would get a long list and you can find the port you need

Show and hide a View with a slide up/down animation

Here is my solution. Just get a reference to your view and call this method:

public static void animateViewFromBottomToTop(final View view){

    view.getViewTreeObserver().addOnGlobalLayoutListener(new ViewTreeObserver.OnGlobalLayoutListener() {

        @Override
        public void onGlobalLayout() {

            view.getViewTreeObserver().removeOnGlobalLayoutListener(this);

            final int TRANSLATION_Y = view.getHeight();
            view.setTranslationY(TRANSLATION_Y);
            view.setVisibility(View.GONE);
            view.animate()
                .translationYBy(-TRANSLATION_Y)
                .setDuration(500)
                .setStartDelay(200)
                .setListener(new AnimatorListenerAdapter() {

                    @Override
                    public void onAnimationStart(final Animator animation) {

                        view.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
                    }
                })
                .start();
        }
    });
}

No need to do anything else =)

Strip HTML from strings in Python

You can write your own function:

def StripTags(text):
     finished = 0
     while not finished:
         finished = 1
         start = text.find("<")
         if start >= 0:
             stop = text[start:].find(">")
             if stop >= 0:
                 text = text[:start] + text[start+stop+1:]
                 finished = 0
     return text

What is a Y-combinator?

The y-combinator implements anonymous recursion. So instead of

function fib( n ){ if( n<=1 ) return n; else return fib(n-1)+fib(n-2) }

you can do

function ( fib, n ){ if( n<=1 ) return n; else return fib(n-1)+fib(n-2) }

of course, the y-combinator only works in call-by-name languages. If you want to use this in any normal call-by-value language, then you will need the related z-combinator (y-combinator will diverge/infinite-loop).

VB.NET: how to prevent user input in a ComboBox

Set the ReadOnly attribute to true.

Or if you want the combobox to appear and display the list of "available" values, you could handle the ValueChanged event and force it back to your immutable value.

JavaScript: SyntaxError: missing ) after argument list

You got an extra } to many as seen below:

var nav = document.getElementsByClassName('nav-coll');
for (var i = 0; i < button.length; i++) {
    nav[i].addEventListener('click',function(){
            console.log('haha');
        } // <-- REMOVE THIS :)
    }, false);
};

A very good tool for those things is jsFiddle. I have created a fiddle with your invalid code and when clicking the TidyUp button it formats your code which makes it clearer if there are any possible mistakes with missing braces.


DEMO - Your code in a fiddle, have a play :)


How to save data in an android app

Use SharedPreferences, http://developer.android.com/reference/android/content/SharedPreferences.html

Here's a sample: http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html#pref

If the data structure is more complex or the data is large, use an Sqlite database; but for small amount of data and with a very simple data structure, I'd say, SharedPrefs will do and a DB might be overhead.

How to upload a file in Django?

Demo

See the github repo, works with Django 3

A minimal Django file upload example

1. Create a django project

Run startproject::

$ django-admin.py startproject sample

now a folder(sample) is created.

2. create an app

Create an app::

$ cd sample
$ python manage.py startapp uploader

Now a folder(uploader) with these files are created::

uploader/
  __init__.py
  admin.py
  app.py
  models.py
  tests.py
  views.py
  migrations/
    __init__.py

3. Update settings.py

On sample/settings.py add 'uploader' to INSTALLED_APPS and add MEDIA_ROOT and MEDIA_URL, ie::

INSTALLED_APPS = [
    'uploader',
    ...<other apps>...      
]

MEDIA_ROOT = os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'media')
MEDIA_URL = '/media/'

4. Update urls.py

in sample/urls.py add::

...<other imports>...
from django.conf import settings
from django.conf.urls.static import static
from uploader import views as uploader_views

urlpatterns = [
    ...<other url patterns>...
    path('', uploader_views.UploadView.as_view(), name='fileupload'),
]+ static(settings.MEDIA_URL, document_root=settings.MEDIA_ROOT)

5. Update models.py

update uploader/models.py::

from django.db import models
class Upload(models.Model):
    upload_file = models.FileField()    
    upload_date = models.DateTimeField(auto_now_add =True)

6. Update views.py

update uploader/views.py::

from django.views.generic.edit import CreateView
from django.urls import reverse_lazy
from .models import Upload
class UploadView(CreateView):
    model = Upload
    fields = ['upload_file', ]
    success_url = reverse_lazy('fileupload')
    def get_context_data(self, **kwargs):
        context = super().get_context_data(**kwargs)
        context['documents'] = Upload.objects.all()
        return context

7. create templates

Create a folder sample/uploader/templates/uploader

Create a file upload_form.html ie sample/uploader/templates/uploader/upload_form.html::

<div style="padding:40px;margin:40px;border:1px solid #ccc">
    <h1>Django File Upload</h1>
    <form method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
      {% csrf_token %}
      {{ form.as_p }}
      <button type="submit">Submit</button>
    </form><hr>
    <ul>
    {% for document in documents %}
        <li>
            <a href="{{ document.upload_file.url }}">{{ document.upload_file.name }}</a>
            <small>({{ document.upload_file.size|filesizeformat }}) - {{document.upload_date}}</small>
        </li>
    {% endfor %}
    </ul>
</div>

8. Syncronize database

Syncronize database and runserver::

$ python manage.py makemigrations
$ python manage.py migrate
$ python manage.py runserver

visit http://localhost:8000/

Way to read first few lines for pandas dataframe

I think you can use the nrows parameter. From the docs:

nrows : int, default None

    Number of rows of file to read. Useful for reading pieces of large files

which seems to work. Using one of the standard large test files (988504479 bytes, 5344499 lines):

In [1]: import pandas as pd

In [2]: time z = pd.read_csv("P00000001-ALL.csv", nrows=20)
CPU times: user 0.00 s, sys: 0.00 s, total: 0.00 s
Wall time: 0.00 s

In [3]: len(z)
Out[3]: 20

In [4]: time z = pd.read_csv("P00000001-ALL.csv")
CPU times: user 27.63 s, sys: 1.92 s, total: 29.55 s
Wall time: 30.23 s

How do I use reflection to invoke a private method?

I think you can pass it BindingFlags.NonPublic where it is the GetMethod method.

ImageView - have height match width?

Update: Sep 14 2017

According to a comment below, the percent support library is deprecated as of Android Support Library 26.0.0. This is the new way to do it:

<android.support.constraint.ConstraintLayout
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content">

    <ImageView
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="0dp"
        app:layout_constraintDimensionRatio="1:1" />

</android.support.constraint.ConstraintLayout>

See here

Deprecated:

According to this post by Android Developers, all you need to do now is to wrap whatever you want within a PercentRelativeLayout or a PercentFrameLayout, and then specify its ratios, like so

<android.support.percent.PercentRelativeLayout 
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content">

    <ImageView
        app:layout_widthPercent="100%"
        app:layout_aspectRatio="100%"/>

</android.support.percent.PercentRelativeLayout>

What is an unsigned char?

char and unsigned char aren't guaranteed to be 8-bit types on all platforms—they are guaranteed to be 8-bit or larger. Some platforms have 9-bit, 32-bit, or 64-bit bytes. However, the most common platforms today (Windows, Mac, Linux x86, etc.) have 8-bit bytes.

How to cache Google map tiles for offline usage?

If you are trying to cache the tiles that Google serves, that may be a violation of Google's Terms of Service (unless, under certain circumstances, if you've purchased their enterprise Maps API Premier). That's why gmapcatcher has it crossed off their list. See http://code.google.com/p/gmapcatcher/issues/detail?id=210.

At the gmapcatcher URL above, you will also find a shell script that can download tiles (or so its author says).

There are also other projects that try to make Google Maps available offline:

http://code.google.com/p/ogmaps/

http://code.google.com/p/gmapoffline/

Lastly, if Google Earth can meet your needs, then you can use that. Offline usage of Google Earth requires a Google Earth Enterprise license according to http://www.google.com/permissions/geoguidelines.html.

Note that the preceding page also says: "You may not scrape or otherwise export Content from Google Maps or Earth or save it for offline use." So if you try to cache tiles, that will almost certainly be considered (by Google, anyway) a violation of the Terms of Service.

How to switch to new window in Selenium for Python?

We can handle the different windows by moving between named windows using the “switchTo” method:

driver.switch_to.window("windowName")

<a href="somewhere.html" target="windowName">Click here to open a new window</a>

Alternatively, you can pass a “window handle” to the “switchTo().window()” method. Knowing this, it’s possible to iterate over every open window like so:

for handle in driver.window_handles:
    driver.switch_to.window(handle)

JSchException: Algorithm negotiation fail

Finally a solution that works without having to make any changes to the server:

  1. Download the latest jsch.jar as Yvan suggests: http://sourceforge.net/projects/jsch/files/jsch.jar/ jsch-0.1.52.jar works fine

  2. Place the downloaded file in your "...\JetBrains\PhpStorm 8.0.1\lib", and remove the existing jsch-file (for PHPStorm 8 it's jsch-0.1.50.jar)

  3. Restart PHPStorm and it should work

Use the same solution for Webstorm

DateTime.ToString() format that can be used in a filename or extension?

You can use this:

DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy-dd-M--HH-mm-ss");

How to use local docker images with Minikube?

Other answers suppose you use minikube with VM, so your local images are not accessible from minikube VM.

In case if you use minikube with --vm-driver=none, you can easily reuse local images by setting image_pull_policy to Never:

kubectl run hello-foo --image=foo --image-pull-policy=Never

or setting imagePullPolicy field for cotainers in corresponding .yaml manifests.

Detect if value is number in MySQL

Another alternative that seems faster than REGEXP on my computer is

SELECT * FROM myTable WHERE col1*0 != col1;

This will select all rows where col1 starts with a numeric value.

Singleton design pattern vs Singleton beans in Spring container

A singleton bean in Spring and the singleton pattern are quite different. Singleton pattern says that one and only one instance of a particular class will ever be created per classloader.

The scope of a Spring singleton is described as "per container per bean". It is the scope of bean definition to a single object instance per Spring IoC container. The default scope in Spring is Singleton.

Even though the default scope is singleton, you can change the scope of bean by specifying the scope attribute of <bean ../> element.

<bean id=".." class=".." scope="prototype" />

How to create JSON object Node.js

The JavaScript Object() constructor makes an Object that you can assign members to.

myObj = new Object()
myObj.key = value;
myObj[key2] = value2;   // Alternative

function is not defined error in Python

It would help if you showed the code you are using for the simple test program. Put directly into the interpreter this seems to work.

>>> def pyth_test (x1, x2):
...     print x1 + x2
... 
>>> pyth_test(1, 2)
3
>>> 

How to apply a patch generated with git format-patch?

If you're using a JetBrains IDE (like IntelliJ IDEA, Android Studio, PyCharm), you can drag the patch file and drop it inside the IDE, and a dialog will appear, showing the patch's content. All you have to do now is to click "Apply patch", and a commit will be created.

Compare cell contents against string in Excel

You can use the EXACT Function for exact string comparisons.

=IF(EXACT(A1, "ENG"), 1, 0)

How can I pad a value with leading zeros?

was here looking for a standard. had the same idea as Paul and Jonathan... theirs are super cute, here's a horrible-cute version:

function zeroPad(n,l,i){
    return (i=n/Math.pow(10,l))*i>1?''+n:i.toFixed(l).replace('0.','');
}

works too (we're assuming integers, yes?)...

> zeroPad(Math.pow(2, 53), 20);
'00009007199254740992'
> zeroPad(-Math.pow(2, 53), 20);
'-00009007199254740992'
> zeroPad(Math.pow(2, 53), 10);
'9007199254740992'
> zeroPad(-Math.pow(2, 53), 10);
'-9007199254740992'

How to create a folder with name as current date in batch (.bat) files

this worked better for me,

@echo off    
set temp=%DATE:/=%
set dirname="%temp:~4,4%%temp:~2,2%%temp:~0,2%"
mkdir %dirname%

pop/remove items out of a python tuple

As DSM mentions, tuple's are immutable, but even for lists, a more elegant solution is to use filter:

tupleX = filter(str.isdigit, tupleX)

or, if condition is not a function, use a comprehension:

tupleX = [x for x in tupleX if x > 5]

if you really need tupleX to be a tuple, use a generator expression and pass that to tuple:

tupleX = tuple(x for x in tupleX if condition)

How would I run an async Task<T> method synchronously?

Why not create a call like:

Service.GetCustomers();

that isn't async.

Eclipse 3.5 Unable to install plugins

I was getting the error while trying to connect for updates. Just did as in the above answer -

Window-> Preferences-> General-> Network

There the default provider was set as Native. I changed it to direct as my laptop didn't need to connect to any proxy.

Applied and it is working fine.

How to convert NUM to INT in R?

You can use convert from hablar to change a column of the data frame quickly.

library(tidyverse)
library(hablar)

x <- tibble(var = c(1.34, 4.45, 6.98))

x %>% 
  convert(int(var))

gives you:

# A tibble: 3 x 1
    var
  <int>
1     1
2     4
3     6

How can I create a simple index.html file which lists all files/directories?

If you have node then you can use fs like in this answer to get all the files:

const { resolve } = require('path'),
  { readdir } = require('fs').promises;

async function getFiles(dir) {
  const dirents = await readdir(dir, { withFileTypes: true });
  const files = await Promise.all(dirents.map((dirent) => {
    const res = resolve(dir, dirent.name);
    return dirent.isDirectory() ? getFiles(res) : res;
  }));
  return Array.prototype.concat(...files);
}

And you might use that like this:

const directory = "./Documents/";
  
getFiles(directory).then(results => {
  const html = `<ul>` +
  results.map(fileOrDirectory => `<li>${fileOrDirectory}</li>`).join('\n') +
  `</ul>`;

  process.stdout.write(html);
  // or you could use something like fs.writeFile to write the file directly
});

You could call it at the command-line with something like this:

$ node thatScript.js > index.html

Wordpress keeps redirecting to install-php after migration

I experienced this issue today and started searching on internet. In my case there was no table in my DB. I forgot to import the tables on the online server. I did it and all works fine.

Automatically enter SSH password with script

If you are doing this on a Windows system, you can use Plink (part of PuTTY).

plink your_username@yourhost -pw your_password

Is there a way to include commas in CSV columns without breaking the formatting?

In addition to the points in other answers: one thing to note if you are using quotes in Excel is the placement of your spaces. If you have a line of code like this:

print '%s, "%s", "%s", "%s"' % (value_1, value_2, value_3, value_4)

Excel will treat the initial quote as a literal quote instead of using it to escape commas. Your code will need to change to

print '%s,"%s","%s","%s"' % (value_1, value_2, value_3, value_4)

It was this subtlety that brought me here.

How do I set a conditional breakpoint in gdb, when char* x points to a string whose value equals "hello"?

break x if ((int)strcmp(y, "hello")) == 0

On some implementations gdb might not know the return type of strcmp. That means you would have to cast, otherwise it would always evaluate to true!

List all employee's names and their managers by manager name using an inner join

Add m.Ename to your SELECT query:

select distinct e.Ename as Employee, m.mgr as reports_to, m.Ename as Manager
from EMPLOYEES e
inner join Employees m on e.mgr = m.EmpID;

Generating Random Number In Each Row In Oracle Query

you don’t need a select … from dual, just write:

SELECT t.*, dbms_random.value(1,9) RandomNumber
  FROM myTable t

Shuffling a list of objects

It took me some time to get that too. But the documentation for shuffle is very clear:

shuffle list x in place; return None.

So you shouldn't print(random.shuffle(b)). Instead do random.shuffle(b) and then print(b).

How do I check if an array includes a value in JavaScript?

Using idnexOf() it is a good solution, but you should hide embedded implementation indexOf() function which returns -1 with ~ operator:

function include(arr,obj) { 
    return !!(~arr.indexOf(obj)); 
} 

Can I install/update WordPress plugins without providing FTP access?

Usually you can just upload your plugin to the wp-content\plugins directory. If you don't have access to this directory via SFTP I'm afraid you may be stuck.

Why use the params keyword?

No need to create overload methods, just use one single method with params as shown below

// Call params method with one to four integer constant parameters.
//
int sum0 = addTwoEach();
int sum1 = addTwoEach(1);
int sum2 = addTwoEach(1, 2);
int sum3 = addTwoEach(3, 3, 3);
int sum4 = addTwoEach(2, 2, 2, 2);

What are unit tests, integration tests, smoke tests, and regression tests?

Unit Testing: It always performs by developer after their development done to find out issue from their testing side before they make any requirement ready for QA.

Integration Testing: It means tester have to verify module to sub module verification when some data/function output are drive to one module to other module. Or in your system if using third party tool which using your system data for integrate.

Smoke Testing: tester performed to verify system for high-level testing and trying to find out show stopper bug before changes or code goes live.

Regression Testing: Tester performed regression for verification of existing functionality due to changes implemented in system for newly enhancement or changes in system.

Set disable attribute based on a condition for Html.TextBoxFor

The valid way is:

disabled="disabled"

Browsers also might accept disabled="" but I would recommend you the first approach.

Now this being said I would recommend you writing a custom HTML helper in order to encapsulate this disabling functionality into a reusable piece of code:

using System;
using System.Linq.Expressions;
using System.Web;
using System.Web.Mvc;
using System.Web.Mvc.Html;
using System.Web.Routing;

public static class HtmlExtensions
{
    public static IHtmlString MyTextBoxFor<TModel, TProperty>(
        this HtmlHelper<TModel> htmlHelper, 
        Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> expression, 
        object htmlAttributes, 
        bool disabled
    )
    {
        var attributes = new RouteValueDictionary(htmlAttributes);
        if (disabled)
        {
            attributes["disabled"] = "disabled";
        }
        return htmlHelper.TextBoxFor(expression, attributes);
    }
}

which you could use like this:

@Html.MyTextBoxFor(
    model => model.ExpireDate, 
    new { 
        style = "width: 70px;", 
        maxlength = "10", 
        id = "expire-date" 
    }, 
    Model.ExpireDate == null
)

and you could bring even more intelligence into this helper:

public static class HtmlExtensions
{
    public static IHtmlString MyTextBoxFor<TModel, TProperty>(
        this HtmlHelper<TModel> htmlHelper,
        Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> expression,
        object htmlAttributes
    )
    {
        var attributes = new RouteValueDictionary(htmlAttributes);
        var metaData = ModelMetadata.FromLambdaExpression(expression, htmlHelper.ViewData);
        if (metaData.Model == null)
        {
            attributes["disabled"] = "disabled";
        }
        return htmlHelper.TextBoxFor(expression, attributes);
    }
}

so that now you no longer need to specify the disabled condition:

@Html.MyTextBoxFor(
    model => model.ExpireDate, 
    new { 
        style = "width: 70px;", 
        maxlength = "10", 
        id = "expire-date" 
    }
)

make: Nothing to be done for `all'

That is not an error; the make command in unix works based on the timestamps. I.e let's say if you have made certain changes to factorial.cpp and compile using make then make shows the information that only the cc -o factorial.cpp command is executed. Next time if you execute the same command i.e make without making any changes to any file with .cpp extension the compiler says that the output file is up to date. The compiler gives this information until we make certain changes to any file.cpp.

The advantage of the makefile is that it reduces the recompiling time by compiling the only files that are modified and by using the object (.o) files of the unmodified files directly.

Naming Classes - How to avoid calling everything a "<WhatEver>Manager"?

If I cannot come up with a more concrete name for my class than XyzManager this would be a point for me to reconsider whether this is really functionality that belongs together in a class, i.e. an architectural 'code smell'.

getResourceAsStream() is always returning null

A call to Class#getResourceAsStream(String) delegates to the class loader and the resource is searched in the class path. In other words, you current code won't work and you should put abc.txt in WEB-INF/classes, or in WEB-INF/lib if packaged in a jar file.

Or use ServletContext.getResourceAsStream(String) which allows servlet containers to make a resource available to a servlet from any location, without using a class loader. So use this from a Servlet:

this.getServletContext().getResourceAsStream("/WEB-INF/abc.txt") ;

But is there a way I can call getServletContext from my Web Service?

If you are using JAX-WS, then you can get a WebServiceContext injected:

@Resource
private WebServiceContext wsContext;

And then get the ServletContext from it:

ServletContext sContext= wsContext.getMessageContext()
                             .get(MessageContext.SERVLET_CONTEXT));

Angular HttpClient "Http failure during parsing"

I use .NetCore for my back-end tasks,I was able to resolve this issue by using the Newtonsoft.Json library package to return a JSON string from my controller.

Apparently, not all JSON Serializers are built to the right specifications..NET 5's "return Ok("");" was definitely not sufficient.

www-data permissions?

As stated in an article by Slicehost:

User setup

So let's start by adding the main user to the Apache user group:

sudo usermod -a -G www-data demo

That adds the user 'demo' to the 'www-data' group. Do ensure you use both the -a and the -G options with the usermod command shown above.

You will need to log out and log back in again to enable the group change.

Check the groups now:

groups
...
# demo www-data

So now I am a member of two groups: My own (demo) and the Apache group (www-data).

Folder setup

Now we need to ensure the public_html folder is owned by the main user (demo) and is part of the Apache group (www-data).

Let's set that up:

sudo chgrp -R www-data /home/demo/public_html

As we are talking about permissions I'll add a quick note regarding the sudo command: It's a good habit to use absolute paths (/home/demo/public_html) as shown above rather than relative paths (~/public_html). It ensures sudo is being used in the correct location.

If you have a public_html folder with symlinks in place then be careful with that command as it will follow the symlinks. In those cases of a working public_html folder, change each folder by hand.

Setgid

Good so far, but remember the command we just gave only affects existing folders. What about anything new?

We can set the ownership so anything new is also in the 'www-data' group.

The first command will change the permissions for the public_html directory to include the "setgid" bit:

sudo chmod 2750 /home/demo/public_html

That will ensure that any new files are given the group 'www-data'. If you have subdirectories, you'll want to run that command for each subdirectory (this type of permission doesn't work with '-R'). Fortunately new subdirectories will be created with the 'setgid' bit set automatically.

If we need to allow write access to Apache, to an uploads directory for example, then set the permissions for that directory like so:

sudo chmod 2770 /home/demo/public_html/domain1.com/public/uploads

The permissions only need to be set once as new files will automatically be assigned the correct ownership.

Remove ListView items in Android

int count = adapter.getCount();
for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
 adapter.remove(adapter.getItem(i));
}

then call notifyDataSetChanged();

How to remove all numbers from string?

Use Predefined Character Ranges

echo $words= preg_replace('/[[:digit:]]/','', $words);

Start new Activity and finish current one in Android?

FLAG_ACTIVITY_NO_HISTORY when starting the activity you wish to finish after the user goes to another one.

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/content/Intent.html#FLAG%5FACTIVITY%5FNO%5FHISTORY

Easily measure elapsed time

On linux, clock_gettime() is one of the good choices. You must link real time library(-lrt).

#include <stdio.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>

#define BILLION  1000000000L;

int main( int argc, char **argv )
  {
    struct timespec start, stop;
    double accum;

    if( clock_gettime( CLOCK_REALTIME, &start) == -1 ) {
      perror( "clock gettime" );
      exit( EXIT_FAILURE );
    }

    system( argv[1] );

    if( clock_gettime( CLOCK_REALTIME, &stop) == -1 ) {
      perror( "clock gettime" );
      exit( EXIT_FAILURE );
    }

    accum = ( stop.tv_sec - start.tv_sec )
          + ( stop.tv_nsec - start.tv_nsec )
            / BILLION;
    printf( "%lf\n", accum );
    return( EXIT_SUCCESS );
  }

Input and output numpy arrays to h5py

A cleaner way to handle file open/close and avoid memory leaks:

Prep:

import numpy as np
import h5py

data_to_write = np.random.random(size=(100,20)) # or some such

Write:

with h5py.File('name-of-file.h5', 'w') as hf:
    hf.create_dataset("name-of-dataset",  data=data_to_write)

Read:

with h5py.File('name-of-file.h5', 'r') as hf:
    data = hf['name-of-dataset'][:]

What is MVC and what are the advantages of it?

If you follow the stackoverflow podcasts you can hear Jeff (and Geoff?) discuss its greatness. https://blog.stackoverflow.com/2008/08/podcast-17/. But remember that using these separate layers means things are easier in the future--and harder now. And layers can make things slower. And you may not need them. But don't let that stop you from learning what it is--when building big, robust, long-lived systems, it's invaluable.

The system cannot find the file specified in java

You need to give the absolute pathname to where the file exists.

        File file = new File("C:\\Users\\User\\Documents\\Workspace\\FileRead\\hello.txt");

CSS: 100% width or height while keeping aspect ratio?

Use JQuery or so, as CSS is a general misconception (the countless questions and discussions here about simple design goals show that).

It is not possible with CSS to do what you seem to wish: image shall have width of 100%, but if this width results in a height that is too large, a max-height shall apply - and of course the correct proportions shall be preserved.

Generate a random letter in Python

>>>def random_char(y):
       return ''.join(random.choice(string.ascii_letters) for x in range(y))

>>>print (random_char(5))
>>>fxkea

to generate y number of random characters

How to upload a file using Java HttpClient library working with PHP

Aah you just need to add a name parameter in the

FileBody constructor. ContentBody cbFile = new FileBody(file, "image/jpeg", "FILE_NAME");

Hope it helps.

Is a new line = \n OR \r\n?

The given answer is far from complete. In fact, it is so far from complete that it tends to lead the reader to believe that this answer is OS dependent when it isn't. It also isn't something which is programming language dependent (as some commentators have suggested). I'm going to add more information in order to make this more clear. First, lets give the list of current new line variations (as in, what they've been since 1999):

  • \r\n is only used on Windows Notepad, the DOS command line, most of the Windows API and in some (older) Windows apps.
  • \n is used for all other systems, applications and the Internet.

You'll notice that I've put most Windows apps in the \n group which may be slightly controversial but before you disagree with this statement, please grab a UNIX formatted text file and try it in 10 web friendly Windows applications of your choice (which aren't listed in my exceptions above). What percentage of them handled it just fine? You'll find that they (practically) all implement auto detection of line endings or just use \n because, while Windows may use \r\n, the Internet uses \n. Therefore, it is best practice for applications to use \n alone if you want your output to be Internet friendly.

PHP also defines a newline character called PHP_EOL. This constant is set to the OS specific newline string for the machine PHP is running on (\r\n for Windows and \n for everything else). This constant is not very useful for webpages and should be avoided for HTML output or for writing most text to files. It becomes VERY useful when we move to command line output from PHP applications because it will allow your application to output to a terminal Window in a consistent manner across all supported OSes.

If you want your PHP applications to work from any server they are placed on, the two biggest things to remember are that you should always just use \n unless it is terminal output (in which case you use PHP_EOL) and you should also ALWAYS use / for your path separator (not \).

The even longer explanation:

An application may choose to use whatever line endings it likes regardless of the default OS line ending style. If I want my text editor to print a newline every time it encounters a period that is no harder than using the \n to represent a newline because I'm interpreting the text as I display it anyway. IOW, I'm fiddling around with measuring the width of each character so it knows where to display the next so it is very simple to add a statement saying that if the current char is a period then perform a newline action (or if it is a \n then display a period).

Aside from the null terminator, no character code is sacred and when you write a text editor or viewer you are in charge of translating the bits in your file into glyphs (or carriage returns) on the screen. The only thing that distinguishes a control character such as the newline from other characters is that most font sets don't include them (meaning they don't have a visual representation available).

That being said, if you are working at a higher level of abstraction then you probably aren't making your own textbox controls. If this is the case then you're stuck with whatever line ending that control makes available to you. Even in this case it is a simple matter to automatically detect the line ending style of any string and make the conversion before you load your text into the control and then undo it when you read from that control. Meaning, that if you're a desktop application dev and your application doesn't recognize \n as a newline then it isn't a very friendly application and you really have no excuse because it isn't hard to make it the right way. It also means that whomever wrote Notepad should be ashamed of himself because it really is very easy to do much better and so many people suffer through using it every day.

How do I add an integer value with javascript (jquery) to a value that's returning a string?

Your code should like this:

<span id="replies">8</span>

var currentValue = $("#replies").text();
var newValue = parseInt(parseFloat(currentValue)) + 1;
$("replies").text(newValue);

Hacks N Tricks

How to refresh a page with jQuery by passing a parameter to URL

Concision counts: I prefer window.location = "?single"; or window.location += "?single";

Graphviz's executables are not found (Python 3.4)

I had faced same problem while trying to create decision tree through pydotplus and graphviz. And used the path variable method to resolve this issue.

Below are the exact steps I used:

  1. Although I already had graphviz through conda install command , I re-downloaded the latest package from below path. https://graphviz.gitlab.io/_pages/Download/Download_windows.html Downloaded : graphviz-2.38.zip (Stable Release)

  2. Copied the extracted folder under following path on C: Drive. C:\Program Files (x86)\

  3. Modified the system path variable and added following path to it. Path Variable : Control Panel > System and Security > System > Advance system Setting > Environment Variable > Path C:\Program Files (x86)\graphviz-2.38\release\bin;

  4. After adding above path to environment variable , restarted the system.

  5. It worked fine , and I was able to create Decision tree into png.

    enter image description here

Does JavaScript have the interface type (such as Java's 'interface')?

When you want to use a transcompiler, then you could give TypeScript a try. It supports draft ECMA features (in the proposal, interfaces are called "protocols") similar to what languages like coffeescript or babel do.

In TypeScript your interface can look like:

interface IMyInterface {
    id: number; // TypeScript types are lowercase
    name: string;
    callback: (key: string; value: any; array: string[]) => void;
    type: "test" | "notATest"; // so called "union type"
}

What you can't do:

Put request with simple string as request body

This works for me (code called from node js repl):

const axios = require("axios");

axios
    .put(
        "http://localhost:4000/api/token", 
        "mytoken", 
        {headers: {"Content-Type": "text/plain"}}
    )
    .then(r => console.log(r.status))
    .catch(e => console.log(e));

Logs: 200

And this is my request handler (I am using restify):

function handleToken(req, res) {
    if(typeof req.body === "string" && req.body.length > 3) {
        res.send(200);
    } else {
        res.send(400);
    }
}

Content-Type header is important here.

Send data from javascript to a mysql database

The other posters are correct you cannot connect to MySQL directly from javascript. This is because JavaScript is at client side & mysql is server side.

So your best bet is to use ajax to call a handler as quoted above if you can let us know what language your project is in we can better help you ie php/java/.net

If you project is using php then the example from Merlyn is a good place to start, I would personally use jquery.ajax() to cut down you code and have a better chance of less cross browser issues.

http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/

css overflow - only 1 line of text

You can use this css code:

text-overflow: ellipsis; 
overflow: hidden; 
white-space: nowrap;

The text-overflow property in CSS deals with situations where text is clipped when it overflows the element's box. It can be clipped (i.e. cut off, hidden), display an ellipsis ('…', Unicode Range Value U+2026).

Note that text-overflow only occurs when the container's overflow property has the value hidden, scroll or auto and white-space: nowrap;.

Text overflow can only happen on block or inline-block level elements, because the element needs to have a width in order to be overflow-ed. The overflow happens in the direction as determined by the direction property or related attributes.

How can I get the content of CKEditor using JQuery?

var value = CKEDITOR.instances['YourInstanceName'].getData()
 alert( value);

Replace YourInstanceName with the name of your instance and you will get the desired results.

How can I get a collection of keys in a JavaScript dictionary?

To loop through the "dictionary" (we call it object in JavaScript), use a for in loop:

for(var key in driversCounter) {
    if(driversCounter.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
        // key                 = keys,  left of the ":"
        // driversCounter[key] = value, right of the ":"
    }
}

Changing the color of an hr element

You can give the <hr noshade> tag and go to your css file and add :

_x000D_
_x000D_
hr {_x000D_
    border-top:0;_x000D_
    color: #123455;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<hr noshade />_x000D_
This s a test_x000D_
<hr noshade />
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-0" java.lang.NullPointerException Error

Near the top of the code with the Public Workshop(), I am assumeing this bit,

suitButton = new JCheckBox("Suit");
suitButton.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_Y);


suitButton = new JCheckBox("Denim Jeans");
suitButton.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_U);

should maybe be,

suitButton = new JCheckBox("Suit");
suitButton.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_Y);


denimjeansButton = new JCheckBox("Denim Jeans");
denimjeansButton.setMnemonic(KeyEvent.VK_U);

Is there anyway to exclude artifacts inherited from a parent POM?

Have you tried explicitly declaring the version of mail.jar you want? Maven's dependency resolution should use this for dependency resolution over all other versions.

<project>
  <modelVersion>4.0.0</modelVersion>
  <groupId>test</groupId>
  <artifactId>jruby</artifactId>
    <version>0.0.1-SNAPSHOT</version>
    <parent>
        <artifactId>base</artifactId>
        <groupId>es.uniovi.innova</groupId>
        <version>1.0.0</version>
    </parent>
    <dependencies>          
        <dependency>
            <groupId>javax.mail</groupId>
            <artifactId>mail</artifactId>
            <version>VERSION-#</version>
            <scope>provided</scope>
        </dependency> 
        <dependency>
            <groupId>com.liferay.portal</groupId>
            <artifactId>ALL-DEPS</artifactId>
            <version>1.0</version>
            <scope>provided</scope>
            <type>pom</type>
        </dependency>
    </dependencies>
</project>

Default value in an asp.net mvc view model

Create a base class for your ViewModels with the following constructor code which will apply the DefaultValueAttributeswhen any inheriting model is created.

public abstract class BaseViewModel
{
    protected BaseViewModel()
    {
        // apply any DefaultValueAttribute settings to their properties
        var propertyInfos = this.GetType().GetProperties();
        foreach (var propertyInfo in propertyInfos)
        {
            var attributes = propertyInfo.GetCustomAttributes(typeof(DefaultValueAttribute), true);
            if (attributes.Any())
            {
                var attribute = (DefaultValueAttribute) attributes[0];
                propertyInfo.SetValue(this, attribute.Value, null);
            }
        }
    }
}

And inherit from this in your ViewModels:

public class SearchModel : BaseViewModel
{
    [DefaultValue(true)]
    public bool IsMale { get; set; }
    [DefaultValue(true)]
    public bool IsFemale { get; set; }
}

What's the difference between eval, exec, and compile?

The short answer, or TL;DR

Basically, eval is used to evaluate a single dynamically generated Python expression, and exec is used to execute dynamically generated Python code only for its side effects.

eval and exec have these two differences:

  1. eval accepts only a single expression, exec can take a code block that has Python statements: loops, try: except:, class and function/method definitions and so on.

    An expression in Python is whatever you can have as the value in a variable assignment:

    a_variable = (anything you can put within these parentheses is an expression)
    
  2. eval returns the value of the given expression, whereas exec ignores the return value from its code, and always returns None (in Python 2 it is a statement and cannot be used as an expression, so it really does not return anything).

In versions 1.0 - 2.7, exec was a statement, because CPython needed to produce a different kind of code object for functions that used exec for its side effects inside the function.

In Python 3, exec is a function; its use has no effect on the compiled bytecode of the function where it is used.


Thus basically:

>>> a = 5
>>> eval('37 + a')   # it is an expression
42
>>> exec('37 + a')   # it is an expression statement; value is ignored (None is returned)
>>> exec('a = 47')   # modify a global variable as a side effect
>>> a
47
>>> eval('a = 47')  # you cannot evaluate a statement
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 1
    a = 47
      ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

The compile in 'exec' mode compiles any number of statements into a bytecode that implicitly always returns None, whereas in 'eval' mode it compiles a single expression into bytecode that returns the value of that expression.

>>> eval(compile('42', '<string>', 'exec'))  # code returns None
>>> eval(compile('42', '<string>', 'eval'))  # code returns 42
42
>>> exec(compile('42', '<string>', 'eval'))  # code returns 42,
>>>                                          # but ignored by exec

In the 'eval' mode (and thus with the eval function if a string is passed in), the compile raises an exception if the source code contains statements or anything else beyond a single expression:

>>> compile('for i in range(3): print(i)', '<string>', 'eval')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 1
    for i in range(3): print(i)
      ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Actually the statement "eval accepts only a single expression" applies only when a string (which contains Python source code) is passed to eval. Then it is internally compiled to bytecode using compile(source, '<string>', 'eval') This is where the difference really comes from.

If a code object (which contains Python bytecode) is passed to exec or eval, they behave identically, excepting for the fact that exec ignores the return value, still returning None always. So it is possible use eval to execute something that has statements, if you just compiled it into bytecode before instead of passing it as a string:

>>> eval(compile('if 1: print("Hello")', '<string>', 'exec'))
Hello
>>>

works without problems, even though the compiled code contains statements. It still returns None, because that is the return value of the code object returned from compile.

In the 'eval' mode (and thus with the eval function if a string is passed in), the compile raises an exception if the source code contains statements or anything else beyond a single expression:

>>> compile('for i in range(3): print(i)', '<string>'. 'eval')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 1
    for i in range(3): print(i)
      ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

The longer answer, a.k.a the gory details

exec and eval

The exec function (which was a statement in Python 2) is used for executing a dynamically created statement or program:

>>> program = '''
for i in range(3):
    print("Python is cool")
'''
>>> exec(program)
Python is cool
Python is cool
Python is cool
>>> 

The eval function does the same for a single expression, and returns the value of the expression:

>>> a = 2
>>> my_calculation = '42 * a'
>>> result = eval(my_calculation)
>>> result
84

exec and eval both accept the program/expression to be run either as a str, unicode or bytes object containing source code, or as a code object which contains Python bytecode.

If a str/unicode/bytes containing source code was passed to exec, it behaves equivalently to:

exec(compile(source, '<string>', 'exec'))

and eval similarly behaves equivalent to:

eval(compile(source, '<string>', 'eval'))

Since all expressions can be used as statements in Python (these are called the Expr nodes in the Python abstract grammar; the opposite is not true), you can always use exec if you do not need the return value. That is to say, you can use either eval('my_func(42)') or exec('my_func(42)'), the difference being that eval returns the value returned by my_func, and exec discards it:

>>> def my_func(arg):
...     print("Called with %d" % arg)
...     return arg * 2
... 
>>> exec('my_func(42)')
Called with 42
>>> eval('my_func(42)')
Called with 42
84
>>> 

Of the 2, only exec accepts source code that contains statements, like def, for, while, import, or class, the assignment statement (a.k.a a = 42), or entire programs:

>>> exec('for i in range(3): print(i)')
0
1
2
>>> eval('for i in range(3): print(i)')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 1
    for i in range(3): print(i)
      ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Both exec and eval accept 2 additional positional arguments - globals and locals - which are the global and local variable scopes that the code sees. These default to the globals() and locals() within the scope that called exec or eval, but any dictionary can be used for globals and any mapping for locals (including dict of course). These can be used not only to restrict/modify the variables that the code sees, but are often also used for capturing the variables that the executed code creates:

>>> g = dict()
>>> l = dict()
>>> exec('global a; a, b = 123, 42', g, l)
>>> g['a']
123
>>> l
{'b': 42}

(If you display the value of the entire g, it would be much longer, because exec and eval add the built-ins module as __builtins__ to the globals automatically if it is missing).

In Python 2, the official syntax for the exec statement is actually exec code in globals, locals, as in

>>> exec 'global a; a, b = 123, 42' in g, l

However the alternate syntax exec(code, globals, locals) has always been accepted too (see below).

compile

The compile(source, filename, mode, flags=0, dont_inherit=False, optimize=-1) built-in can be used to speed up repeated invocations of the same code with exec or eval by compiling the source into a code object beforehand. The mode parameter controls the kind of code fragment the compile function accepts and the kind of bytecode it produces. The choices are 'eval', 'exec' and 'single':

  • 'eval' mode expects a single expression, and will produce bytecode that when run will return the value of that expression:

    >>> dis.dis(compile('a + b', '<string>', 'eval'))
      1           0 LOAD_NAME                0 (a)
                  3 LOAD_NAME                1 (b)
                  6 BINARY_ADD
                  7 RETURN_VALUE
    
  • 'exec' accepts any kinds of python constructs from single expressions to whole modules of code, and executes them as if they were module top-level statements. The code object returns None:

    >>> dis.dis(compile('a + b', '<string>', 'exec'))
      1           0 LOAD_NAME                0 (a)
                  3 LOAD_NAME                1 (b)
                  6 BINARY_ADD
                  7 POP_TOP                             <- discard result
                  8 LOAD_CONST               0 (None)   <- load None on stack
                 11 RETURN_VALUE                        <- return top of stack
    
  • 'single' is a limited form of 'exec' which accepts a source code containing a single statement (or multiple statements separated by ;) if the last statement is an expression statement, the resulting bytecode also prints the repr of the value of that expression to the standard output(!).

    An if-elif-else chain, a loop with else, and try with its except, else and finally blocks is considered a single statement.

    A source fragment containing 2 top-level statements is an error for the 'single', except in Python 2 there is a bug that sometimes allows multiple toplevel statements in the code; only the first is compiled; the rest are ignored:

    In Python 2.7.8:

    >>> exec(compile('a = 5\na = 6', '<string>', 'single'))
    >>> a
    5
    

    And in Python 3.4.2:

    >>> exec(compile('a = 5\na = 6', '<string>', 'single'))
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
      File "<string>", line 1
        a = 5
            ^
    SyntaxError: multiple statements found while compiling a single statement
    

    This is very useful for making interactive Python shells. However, the value of the expression is not returned, even if you eval the resulting code.

Thus greatest distinction of exec and eval actually comes from the compile function and its modes.


In addition to compiling source code to bytecode, compile supports compiling abstract syntax trees (parse trees of Python code) into code objects; and source code into abstract syntax trees (the ast.parse is written in Python and just calls compile(source, filename, mode, PyCF_ONLY_AST)); these are used for example for modifying source code on the fly, and also for dynamic code creation, as it is often easier to handle the code as a tree of nodes instead of lines of text in complex cases.


While eval only allows you to evaluate a string that contains a single expression, you can eval a whole statement, or even a whole module that has been compiled into bytecode; that is, with Python 2, print is a statement, and cannot be evalled directly:

>>> eval('for i in range(3): print("Python is cool")')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<string>", line 1
    for i in range(3): print("Python is cool")
      ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

compile it with 'exec' mode into a code object and you can eval it; the eval function will return None.

>>> code = compile('for i in range(3): print("Python is cool")',
                   'foo.py', 'exec')
>>> eval(code)
Python is cool
Python is cool
Python is cool

If one looks into eval and exec source code in CPython 3, this is very evident; they both call PyEval_EvalCode with same arguments, the only difference being that exec explicitly returns None.

Syntax differences of exec between Python 2 and Python 3

One of the major differences in Python 2 is that exec is a statement and eval is a built-in function (both are built-in functions in Python 3). It is a well-known fact that the official syntax of exec in Python 2 is exec code [in globals[, locals]].

Unlike majority of the Python 2-to-3 porting guides seem to suggest, the exec statement in CPython 2 can be also used with syntax that looks exactly like the exec function invocation in Python 3. The reason is that Python 0.9.9 had the exec(code, globals, locals) built-in function! And that built-in function was replaced with exec statement somewhere before Python 1.0 release.

Since it was desirable to not break backwards compatibility with Python 0.9.9, Guido van Rossum added a compatibility hack in 1993: if the code was a tuple of length 2 or 3, and globals and locals were not passed into the exec statement otherwise, the code would be interpreted as if the 2nd and 3rd element of the tuple were the globals and locals respectively. The compatibility hack was not mentioned even in Python 1.4 documentation (the earliest available version online); and thus was not known to many writers of the porting guides and tools, until it was documented again in November 2012:

The first expression may also be a tuple of length 2 or 3. In this case, the optional parts must be omitted. The form exec(expr, globals) is equivalent to exec expr in globals, while the form exec(expr, globals, locals) is equivalent to exec expr in globals, locals. The tuple form of exec provides compatibility with Python 3, where exec is a function rather than a statement.

Yes, in CPython 2.7 that it is handily referred to as being a forward-compatibility option (why confuse people over that there is a backward compatibility option at all), when it actually had been there for backward-compatibility for two decades.

Thus while exec is a statement in Python 1 and Python 2, and a built-in function in Python 3 and Python 0.9.9,

>>> exec("print(a)", globals(), {'a': 42})
42

has had identical behaviour in possibly every widely released Python version ever; and works in Jython 2.5.2, PyPy 2.3.1 (Python 2.7.6) and IronPython 2.6.1 too (kudos to them following the undocumented behaviour of CPython closely).

What you cannot do in Pythons 1.0 - 2.7 with its compatibility hack, is to store the return value of exec into a variable:

Python 2.7.11+ (default, Apr 17 2016, 14:00:29) 
[GCC 5.3.1 20160413] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> a = exec('print(42)')
  File "<stdin>", line 1
    a = exec('print(42)')
           ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

(which wouldn't be useful in Python 3 either, as exec always returns None), or pass a reference to exec:

>>> call_later(exec, 'print(42)', delay=1000)
  File "<stdin>", line 1
    call_later(exec, 'print(42)', delay=1000)
                  ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Which a pattern that someone might actually have used, though unlikely;

Or use it in a list comprehension:

>>> [exec(i) for i in ['print(42)', 'print(foo)']
  File "<stdin>", line 1
    [exec(i) for i in ['print(42)', 'print(foo)']
        ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

which is abuse of list comprehensions (use a for loop instead!).

How to escape special characters in building a JSON string?

The answer the direct question:
To be safe, replace the required character with \u+4-digit-hex-value

Example: If you want to escape the apostrophe ' replace with \u0027
D'Amico becomes D\u0027Amico

NICE REFERENCE: http://es5.github.io/x7.html#x7.8.4

https://mathiasbynens.be/notes/javascript-escapes

Execute PHP function with onclick

You will have to do this via AJAX. I HEAVILY reccommend you use jQuery to make this easier for you....

$("#idOfElement").on('click', function(){

    $.ajax({
       url: 'pathToPhpFile.php',
       dataType: 'json',
       success: function(data){
            //data returned from php
       }
    });
)};

http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/

How to handle "Uncaught (in promise) DOMException: play() failed because the user didn't interact with the document first." on Desktop with Chrome 66?

Try to use mousemove event lisentner

var audio = document.createElement("AUDIO")
document.body.appendChild(audio);
audio.src = "./audio/rain.m4a"

document.body.addEventListener("mousemove", function () {
    audio.play()
})

Cygwin - Makefile-error: recipe for target `main.o' failed

You see the two empty -D entries in the g++ command line? They're causing the problem. You must have values in the -D items e.g. -DWIN32

if you're insistent on using something like -D$(SYSTEM) -D$(ENVIRONMENT) then you can use something like:

SYSTEM ?= generic
ENVIRONMENT ?= generic

in the makefile which gives them default values.

Your output looks to be missing the all important output:

<command-line>:0:1: error: macro names must be identifiers
<command-line>:0:1: error: macro names must be identifiers

just to clarify, what actually got sent to g++ was -D -DWindows_NT, i.e. define a preprocessor macro called -DWindows_NT; which is of course not a valid identifier (similarly for -D -I.)

How do I find out my python path using python?

If using conda, you can get the env prefix using os.environ["CONDA_PREFIX"].

What is a C++ delegate?

A delegate is a class that wraps a pointer or reference to an object instance, a member method of that object's class to be called on that object instance, and provides a method to trigger that call.

Here's an example:

template <class T>
class CCallback
{
public:
    typedef void (T::*fn)( int anArg );

    CCallback(T& trg, fn op)
        : m_rTarget(trg)
        , m_Operation(op)
    {
    }

    void Execute( int in )
    {
        (m_rTarget.*m_Operation)( in );
    }

private:

    CCallback();
    CCallback( const CCallback& );

    T& m_rTarget;
    fn m_Operation;

};

class A
{
public:
    virtual void Fn( int i )
    {
    }
};


int main( int /*argc*/, char * /*argv*/ )
{
    A a;
    CCallback<A> cbk( a, &A::Fn );
    cbk.Execute( 3 );
}

No resource found that matches the given name '@style/Theme.AppCompat.Light'

If you are looking for the solution in Android Studio :

  1. Right click on your app
  2. Open Module Settings
  3. Select Dependencies tab
  4. Click on green + symbol which is on the right side
  5. Select Library Dependency
  6. Choose appcompat-v7 from list

Remove a folder from git tracking

if file is committed and pushed to github then you should run

git rm --fileName

git ls-files to make sure that the file is removed or untracked

git commit -m "UntrackChanges"

git push

How to select label for="XYZ" in CSS?

If the content is a variable, it will be necessary to concatenate it with quotation marks. It worked for me. Like this:

itemSelected(id: number){
    console.log('label contains', document.querySelector("label[for='" + id + "']"));
}

html tables & inline styles

This should do the trick:

<table width="400" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
  <tr>
    <td width="50" height="40" valign="top" rowspan="3">
      <img alt="" src="" width="40" height="40" style="margin: 0; border: 0; padding: 0; display: block;">
    </td>
    <td width="350" height="40" style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; color: #000000;">
<a href="" style="color: #D31145; font-weight: bold; text-decoration: none;">LAST FIRST</a><br>
REALTOR | P 123.456.789
    </td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td width="350" height="70" valign="bottom" style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; color: #000000;">
<img alt="" src="" width="200" height="60" style="margin: 0; border: 0; padding: 0; display: block;">
    </td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td width="350" height="20" valign="bottom" style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 10px; color: #000000;">
all your minor text here | all your minor text here | all your minor text here
    </td>
  </tr>
</table>

UPDATE: Adjusted code per the comments:

After viewing your jsFiddle, an important thing to note about tables is that table cell widths in each additional row all have to be the same width as the first, and all cells must add to the total width of your table.

Here is an example that will NOT WORK:

<table width="600" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
  <tr>
    <td width="200" bgcolor="#252525">&nbsp;
    </td>
    <td width="400" bgcolor="#454545">&nbsp;
    </td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td width="300" bgcolor="#252525">&nbsp;
    </td>
    <td width="300" bgcolor="#454545">&nbsp;
    </td>
  </tr>
</table>

Although the 2nd row does add up to 600, it (and any additional rows) must have the same 200-400 split as the first row, unless you are using colspans. If you use a colspan, you could have one row, but it needs to have the same width as the cells it is spanning, so this works:

<table width="600" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
  <tr>
    <td width="200" bgcolor="#252525">&nbsp;
    </td>
    <td width="400" bgcolor="#454545">&nbsp;
    </td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td width="600" colspan="2" bgcolor="#353535">&nbsp;
    </td>
  </tr>
</table>

Not a full tutorial, but I hope that helps steer you in the right direction in the future.

Here is the code you are after:

<table width="900" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
  <tr>
    <td width="57" height="43" valign="top" rowspan="2">
      <img alt="Rashel Adragna" src="http://zoparealtygroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/sig_head.png" width="47" height="43" style="margin: 0; border: 0; padding: 0; display: block;">
    </td>
    <td width="843" height="43" style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; color: #000000;">
<a href="" style="color: #D31145; font-weight: bold; text-decoration: none;">RASHEL ADRAGNA</a><br>
REALTOR | P 855.900.24KW
    </td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td width="843" height="64" valign="bottom" style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; color: #000000;">
<img alt="Zopa Realty Group logo" src="http://zoparealtygroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/sig_logo.png" width="177" height="54" style="margin: 0; border: 0; padding: 0; display: block;">
    </td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td width="843" colspan="2" height="20" valign="bottom" align="center" style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 10px; color: #000000;">
all your minor text here | all your minor text here | all your minor text here
    </td>
  </tr>
</table>

You'll note that I've added an extra 10px to some of your table cells. This in combination with align/valigns act as padding between your cells. It is a clever way to aviod actually having to add padding, margins or empty padding cells.

Switch android x86 screen resolution

Verified the following on Virtualbox-5.0.24, Android_x86-4.4-r5. You get a screen similar to an 8" table. You can play around with the xxx in DPI=xxx, to change the resolution. xxx=100 makes it really small to match a real table exactly, but it may be too small when working with android in Virtualbox.

VBoxManage setextradata <VmName> "CustomVideoMode1" "440x680x16"

With the following appended to android kernel cmd:

UVESA_MODE=440x680 DPI=120

How to use Class<T> in Java?

Using the generified version of class Class allows you, among other things, to write things like

Class<? extends Collection> someCollectionClass = someMethod();

and then you can be sure that the Class object you receive extends Collection, and an instance of this class will be (at least) a Collection.

How to change ViewPager's page?

I'm not sure that I fully understand the question, but from the title of your question, I'm guessing that what you're looking for is pager.setCurrentItem( num ). That allows you to programatically switch to another page within the ViewPager.

I'd need to see a stack trace from logcat to be more specific if this is not the problem.

AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute

The problem is in your playerMovement method. You are creating the string name of your room variables (ID1, ID2, ID3):

letsago = "ID" + str(self.dirDesc.values())

However, what you create is just a str. It is not the variable. Plus, I do not think it is doing what you think its doing:

>>>str({'a':1}.values())
'dict_values([1])'

If you REALLY needed to find the variable this way, you could use the eval function:

>>>foo = 'Hello World!'
>>>eval('foo')
'Hello World!'

or the globals function:

class Foo(object):
    def __init__(self):
        super(Foo, self).__init__()
    def test(self, name):
        print(globals()[name])

foo = Foo()
bar = 'Hello World!'
foo.text('bar')

However, instead I would strongly recommend you rethink you class(es). Your userInterface class is essentially a Room. It shouldn't handle player movement. This should be within another class, maybe GameManager or something like that.

Getting URL hash location, and using it in jQuery

Since jQuery 1.9, the :target selector will match the URL hash. So you could do:

$(":target").show(); // or $("ul:target").show();

Which would select the element with the ID matching the hash and show it.

Unfortunately Launcher3 has stopped working error in android studio?

  1. Press the Apps menu button on your Android mobile phone device. It will display icons of all the apps installed on your mobile phone device. Press Settings.

  2. Press Apps. (Pressing on Apps button will list down all the apps installed on your mobile phone.

  3. Browse the Apps list and press on the app called "Launcher 3". (Launcher 3 is an app and it will be listed in the App list whenever you access Settings > Apps in your android phone).

  4. Pressing on the "Launcher 3" app will open the "App info screen" which will show some details pertaining to that app. On this App info screen, you will find buttons like "Force Stop", "Uninstall", "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache" etc.

  5. In Android Marshmallow (i.e. Android 6.0) choose Settings > Apps > Launcher3 > STORAGE. Press "Clear Cache". If this fails, press "Clear data". This will eventually restore functionality, but all custom shortcuts will be lost.

Restart the phone and its done. All the home screens along with app shortcuts will appear again and your mobile phone is at your service again.

I hope it explains well on how to solve the launcher problem in Android. Worked for me.

On select change, get data attribute value

You can use context syntax with this or $(this). This is the same effect as find().

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    console.log('Clicked option value => ' + $(this).val());_x000D_
    <!-- undefined console.log('$(this) without explicit :select => ' + $(this).data('id')); -->_x000D_
    <!-- error console.log('this without explicit :select => ' + this.data('id')); -->_x000D_
    console.log(':select & $(this) =>    ' + $(':selected', $(this)).data('id'));_x000D_
    console.log(':select & this =>       ' + $(':selected', this).data('id'));_x000D_
    console.log('option:select & this => ' + $('option:selected', this).data('id'));_x000D_
    console.log('$(this) & find =>       ' + $(this).find(':selected').data('id'));_x000D_
});
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<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<select>_x000D_
    <option data-id="1">one</option>_x000D_
    <option data-id="2">two</option>_x000D_
    <option data-id="3">three</option>_x000D_
</select>
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As a matter of microoptimization, you might opt for find(). If you are more of a code golfer, the context syntax is more brief. It comes down to coding style basically.

Here is a relevant performance comparison.

Angularjs prevent form submission when input validation fails

I know this is an old thread but I thought I'd also make a contribution. My solution being similar to the post already marked as an answer. Some inline JavaScript checks does the trick.

ng-click="form.$invalid ? alert('Please correct the form') : saveTask(task)"

Can't ping a local VM from the host

On top of using a bridged connection, I had to turn on Find Devices and Content on the VM's Windows Server 2012 control panel network settings. Hope this helps somebody as none the other answers worked to ping the VM machine.

Row count where data exists

Assuming that your Sheet1 is not necessary active you would need to use this improved code of yours:

i = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A2" , Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A2").End(xlDown)).Rows.Count

Look into full worksheet reference for second argument for Range(arg1, arg2) which important in this situation.

MySQL fails on: mysql "ERROR 1524 (HY000): Plugin 'auth_socket' is not loaded"

Try it: sudo mysql_secure_installation

Work's in Ubuntu 18.04

apply drop shadow to border-top only?

I find using these interactive tools help visualize what's happening, and whats possible

http://css3gen.com/box-shadow/

http://www.cssmatic.com/box-shadow

http://css3generator.com/

Edit: Check out the other tools for experimenting with the other generators and combinations. I have to remind myself sometimes that just because you can, doesn't mean you should - its easy to get carried away!

Why is "cursor:pointer" effect in CSS not working

The solution that worked for me is using forward slash instead of backslash when 'calling' out from a local directory.

instead of backslash:

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cursor: url("C:\Users\Ken\projects\JavascriptGames\images\bird.png"), auto;
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I changed it to forwardslash:

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cursor: url("C:/Users/Ken/projects/JavascriptGames/images/bird.png"), auto;
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_x000D_ Note: When I use forward slash, the custom cursor style executes successfully.

This behavior regarding backslashes and forward slashes could probably be explained in this StackOverflow answer: Strange backslash and behavior in CSS

Use SELECT inside an UPDATE query

I wrote about some of the limitations of correlated subqueries in Access/JET SQL a while back, and noted the syntax for joining multiple tables for SQL UPDATEs. Based on that info and some quick testing, I don't believe there's any way to do what you want with Access/JET in a single SQL UPDATE statement. If you could, the statement would read something like this:

UPDATE FUNCTIONS A
INNER JOIN (
  SELECT AA.Func_ID, Min(BB.Tax_Code) AS MinOfTax_Code
  FROM TAX BB, FUNCTIONS AA
  WHERE AA.Func_Pure<=BB.Tax_ToPrice AND AA.Func_Year= BB.Tax_Year
  GROUP BY AA.Func_ID
) B 
ON B.Func_ID = A.Func_ID
SET A.Func_TaxRef = B.MinOfTax_Code

Alternatively, Access/JET will sometimes let you get away with saving a subquery as a separate query and then joining it in the UPDATE statement in a more traditional way. So, for instance, if we saved the SELECT subquery above as a separate query named FUNCTIONS_TAX, then the UPDATE statement would be:

UPDATE FUNCTIONS
INNER JOIN FUNCTIONS_TAX
ON FUNCTIONS.Func_ID = FUNCTIONS_TAX.Func_ID
SET FUNCTIONS.Func_TaxRef = FUNCTIONS_TAX.MinOfTax_Code

However, this still doesn't work.

I believe the only way you will make this work is to move the selection and aggregation of the minimum Tax_Code value out-of-band. You could do this with a VBA function, or more easily using the Access DLookup function. Save the GROUP BY subquery above to a separate query named FUNCTIONS_TAX and rewrite the UPDATE statement as:

UPDATE FUNCTIONS
SET Func_TaxRef = DLookup(
  "MinOfTax_Code", 
  "FUNCTIONS_TAX", 
  "Func_ID = '" & Func_ID & "'"
)

Note that the DLookup function prevents this query from being used outside of Access, for instance via JET OLEDB. Also, the performance of this approach can be pretty terrible depending on how many rows you're targeting, as the subquery is being executed for each FUNCTIONS row (because, of course, it is no longer correlated, which is the whole point in order for it to work).

Good luck!

Could not establish trust relationship for SSL/TLS secure channel -- SOAP

The following snippets will fix the case where there is something wrong with the SSL certificate on the server you are calling. For example, it may be self-signed or the host name between the certificate and the server may not match.

This is dangerous if you are calling a server outside of your direct control, since you can no longer be as sure that you are talking to the server you think you're connected to. However, if you are dealing with internal servers and getting a "correct" certificate is not practical, use the following to tell the web service to ignore the certificate problems and bravely soldier on.

The first two use lambda expressions, the third uses regular code. The first accepts any certificate. The last two at least check that the host name in the certificate is the one you expect.
... hope you find it helpful

//Trust all certificates
System.Net.ServicePointManager.ServerCertificateValidationCallback =
    ((sender, certificate, chain, sslPolicyErrors) => true);

// trust sender
System.Net.ServicePointManager.ServerCertificateValidationCallback
                = ((sender, cert, chain, errors) => cert.Subject.Contains("YourServerName"));

// validate cert by calling a function
ServicePointManager.ServerCertificateValidationCallback += new RemoteCertificateValidationCallback(ValidateRemoteCertificate);

// callback used to validate the certificate in an SSL conversation
private static bool ValidateRemoteCertificate(object sender, X509Certificate cert, X509Chain chain, SslPolicyErrors policyErrors)
{
    bool result = cert.Subject.Contains("YourServerName");
    return result;
}

How to set UTF-8 encoding for a PHP file

HTML file:

<head>

<meta charset="utf-8">

</head>

PHP file :

<?php header('Content-type: text/plain; charset=utf-8'); ?>

Android: How to stretch an image to the screen width while maintaining aspect ratio?

Its simple matter of setting adjustViewBounds="true" and scaleType="fitCenter" in the XML file for the ImageView!

<ImageView
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:src="@drawable/image"

        android:adjustViewBounds="true"
        android:scaleType="fitCenter"
        />

Note: layout_width is set to match_parent

Display a message in Visual Studio's output window when not debug mode?

For me this was the fact that debug.writeline shows in the Immediate window, not the Output. My installation of VS2013 by default doesn't even show an option to open the Immediate window, so you have to do the following:

Select Tools -> Customize 
Commands Tab
View | Other Windows menu bar dropdown
Add Command...
The Immediate option is in the Debug section.

Once you have Ok'd that, you can go to View -> Other Windows and select the Immediate Window and hey presto all of the debug output can be seen.

Unfortunately for me it also showed about 50 errors that I wasn't aware of in my project... maybe I'll just turn it off again :-)

How do I add an existing Solution to GitHub from Visual Studio 2013

It's a few less clicks in VS2017, and if the local repo is ahead of the Git clone, click Source control from the pop-up project menu:

enter image description here
This brings up the Team Explorer Changes dialog:

enter image description here
Type in a description- here it's "Stack Overflow Example Commit".
Make a choice of the three options on offer, all of which are explained here.

openCV video saving in python

Please make sure to set correct width and height. You can set it like bellow

cv2.VideoWriter('output.avi', fourcc, 20.0, (int(cap.get(3)), int(cap.get(4))))

Python 3 Float Decimal Points/Precision

Try this:

num = input("Please input your number: ")

num = float("%0.2f" % (num))

print(num)

I believe this is a lot simpler. For 1 decimal place use %0.1f. For 2 decimal places use %0.2f and so on.

Or, if you want to reduce it all to 2 lines:

num = float("%0.2f" % (float(input("Please input your number: "))))
print(num)

Have a div cling to top of screen if scrolled down past it

The trick is that you have to set it as position:fixed, but only after the user has scrolled past it.

This is done with something like this, attaching a handler to the window.scroll event

   // Cache selectors outside callback for performance. 
   var $window = $(window),
       $stickyEl = $('#the-sticky-div'),
       elTop = $stickyEl.offset().top;

   $window.scroll(function() {
        $stickyEl.toggleClass('sticky', $window.scrollTop() > elTop);
    });

This simply adds a sticky CSS class when the page has scrolled past it, and removes the class when it's back up.

And the CSS class looks like this

  #the-sticky-div.sticky {
     position: fixed;
     top: 0;
  }

EDIT- Modified code to cache jQuery objects, faster now.

How do I fix the npm UNMET PEER DEPENDENCY warning?

One of the most possible causes of this error could be that you have defined older version in your package.json. To solve this problem, change the versions in the package.json to match those npm is complaining about.

Once done, run npm install and voila!!.

How can I add NSAppTransportSecurity to my info.plist file?

That wasn't working for me, but this did the trick:

<key>NSAppTransportSecurity</key>  
     <dict>  
          <key>NSAllowsArbitraryLoads</key><true/>  
     </dict>  

how to get the current working directory's absolute path from irb

This will give you the working directory of the current file.

File.dirname(__FILE__)

Example:

current_file: "/Users/nemrow/SITM/folder1/folder2/amazon.rb"

result: "/Users/nemrow/SITM/folder1/folder2"

Unrecognized attribute 'targetFramework'. Note that attribute names are case-sensitive

Just Remove the "Target Framework 4.0" and close the bracket.

It will Work

How to Load Ajax in Wordpress

Use wp_localize_script and pass url there:

wp_localize_script( some_handle, 'admin_url', array('ajax_url' => admin_url( 'admin-ajax.php' ) ) );

then inside js, you can call it by

admin_url.ajax_url 

How do I set GIT_SSL_NO_VERIFY for specific repos only?

There is an easy way of configuring GIT to handle your server the right way. Just add an specific http section for your git server and specify which certificate (Base64 encoded) to trust:

~/.gitconfig

[http "https://repo.your-server.com"]
# windows path use double back slashes
#  sslCaInfo = C:\\Users\\<user>\\repo.your-server.com.cer
# unix path to certificate (Base64 encoded)
sslCaInfo = /home/<user>/repo.your-server.com.cer

This way you will have no more SSL errors and validate the (usually) self-signed certificate. This is the best way to go, as it protects you from man-in-the-middle attacks. When you just disable ssl verification you are vulnerable to these kind of attacks.

https://git-scm.com/docs/git-config#git-config-httplturlgt

CSS Vertical align does not work with float

Vertical alignment doesn't work with floated elements, indeed. That's because float lifts the element from the normal flow of the document. You might want to use other vertical aligning techniques, like the ones based on transform, display: table, absolute positioning, line-height, js (last resort maybe) or even the plain old html table (maybe the first choice if the content is actually tabular). You'll find that there's a heated debate on this issue.

However, this is how you can vertically align YOUR 3 divs:

.wrap{
    width: 500px;
    overflow:hidden;    
    background: pink;
}

.left {
    width: 150px;       
    margin-right: 10px;
    background: yellow;  
    display:inline-block;
    vertical-align: middle; 
}

.left2 {
    width: 150px;    
    margin-right: 10px;
    background: aqua; 
    display:inline-block;
    vertical-align: middle; 
}

.right{
    width: 150px;
    background: orange;
    display:inline-block;
    vertical-align: middle; 
}

Not sure why you needed both fixed width, display: inline-block and floating.

How to pretty print nested dictionaries?

I wrote this simple code to print the general structure of a json object in Python.

def getstructure(data, tab = 0):
    if type(data) is dict:
        print ' '*tab + '{' 
        for key in data:
            print ' '*tab + '  ' + key + ':'
            getstructure(data[key], tab+4)
        print ' '*tab + '}'         
    elif type(data) is list and len(data) > 0:
        print ' '*tab + '['
        getstructure(data[0], tab+4)
        print ' '*tab + '  ...'
        print ' '*tab + ']'

the result for the following data

a = {'list':['a','b',1,2],'dict':{'a':1,2:'b'},'tuple':('a','b',1,2),'function':'p','unicode':u'\xa7',("tuple","key"):"valid"}
getstructure(a)

is very compact and looks like this:

{
  function:
  tuple:
  list:
    [
      ...
    ]
  dict:
    {
      a:
      2:
    }
  unicode:
  ('tuple', 'key'):
}

How to extract a substring using regex

as in javascript:

mydata.match(/'([^']+)'/)[1]

the actual regexp is: /'([^']+)'/

if you use the non greedy modifier (as per another post) it's like this:

mydata.match(/'(.*?)'/)[1]

it is cleaner.

ssh: check if a tunnel is alive

This is really more of a serverfault-type question, but you can use netstat.

something like:

 # netstat -lpnt | grep 6000 | grep ssh

This will tell you if there's an ssh process listening on the specified port. it will also tell you the PID of the process.

If you really want to double-check that the ssh process was started with the right options, you can then look up the process by PID in something like

# ps aux | grep PID

How to update fields in a model without creating a new record in django?

Django has some documentation about that on their website, see: Saving changes to objects. To summarize:

.. to save changes to an object that's already in the database, use save().

How to convert all elements in an array to integer in JavaScript?

You can do

var arrayOfNumbers = arrayOfStrings.map(Number);

For older browsers which do not support Array.map, you can use Underscore

var arrayOfNumbers = _.map(arrayOfStrings, Number);

What's the difference between ClusterIP, NodePort and LoadBalancer service types in Kubernetes?

And do not forget the "new" service type (from the k8s docu):

ExternalName: Maps the Service to the contents of the externalName field (e.g. foo.bar.example.com), by returning a CNAME record with its value. No proxying of any kind is set up.

Note: You need either kube-dns version 1.7 or CoreDNS version 0.0.8 or higher to use the ExternalName type.

How can I mix LaTeX in with Markdown?

Perhaps mathJAX is the ticket. It's built on jsMath, a 2004 vintage JavaScript library.

As of 5-Feb-2015 I'd switch to recommend KaTeX - most performant Javascript LaTeX library from Khan Academy.

Waiting for another flutter command to release the startup lock

This also happens when you have opened the flutter project in the Editor. Close the Editor and re-run the command

CSS Equivalent of the "if" statement

CSS itself doesn't have conditional statements, but here's a hack involving custom properties (a.k.a. "css variables").

In this trivial example, you want to apply a padding based on a certain condition—like an "if" statement.

:root   { --is-big: 0; }

.is-big { --is-big: 1; }

.block {
  padding: calc(
    4rem * var(--is-big) +
    1rem * (1 - var(--is-big))
  );
}

So any .block that's an .is-big or that's a descendant of one will have a padding of 4rem, while all other blocks will only have 1rem. Now I call this a "trivial" example because it can be done without the hack.

.block {
  padding: 1rem;
}

.is-big .block,
.block.is-big {
  padding: 4rem;
}

But I will leave its applications to your imagination.

Where can I find the Tomcat 7 installation folder on Linux AMI in Elastic Beanstalk?

Since late 2012, it is usually under /usr/share/tomcat7.

Prior to that, it was usually found under /opt/tomcat7.

How do I use checkboxes in an IF-THEN statement in Excel VBA 2010?

You can try something like this....

Dim cbTime

Set cbTime = ActiveSheet.CheckBoxes.Add(100, 100, 50, 15)
With cbTime
    .Name = "cbTime"
    .Characters.Text = "Time"
End With

If ActiveSheet.CheckBoxes("cbTime").Value = 1 Then 'or just cbTime.Value
    'checked
Else
    'unchecked
End If

Input type=password, don't let browser remember the password

Read also this answer where he is using this easy solution that works everywhere (see also the fix for Safari mobile):

<input type="password" readonly onfocus="this.removeAttribute('readonly');"/>

Getting the object's property name

Disclaimer I misunderstood the question to be: "Can I know the property name that an object was attached to", but chose to leave the answer since some people may end up here while searching for that.


No, an object could be attached to multiple properties, so it has no way of knowing its name.

var obj = {a:1};
var a = {x: obj, y: obj}

What would obj's name be?

Are you sure you don't just want the property name from the for loop?

for (var propName in obj) {
  console.log("Iterating through prop with name", propName, " its value is ", obj[propName])
}

How to add favicon.ico in ASP.NET site

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    <link rel="shortcut icon" type="image/x-icon" href="~/favicon.ico" />
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This worked for me. If anyone is troubleshooting while reading this - I found issues when my favicon.ico was not nested in the root folder. I had mine in the Resources folder and was struggling at that point.

How to remove a field completely from a MongoDB document?

In mongoDB shell this code might be helpful:

db.collection.update({}, {$unset: {fieldname: ""}} )

How to list all files in a directory and its subdirectories in hadoop hdfs

/**
 * @param filePath
 * @param fs
 * @return list of absolute file path present in given path
 * @throws FileNotFoundException
 * @throws IOException
 */
public static List<String> getAllFilePath(Path filePath, FileSystem fs) throws FileNotFoundException, IOException {
    List<String> fileList = new ArrayList<String>();
    FileStatus[] fileStatus = fs.listStatus(filePath);
    for (FileStatus fileStat : fileStatus) {
        if (fileStat.isDirectory()) {
            fileList.addAll(getAllFilePath(fileStat.getPath(), fs));
        } else {
            fileList.add(fileStat.getPath().toString());
        }
    }
    return fileList;
}

Quick Example : Suppose you have the following file structure:

a  ->  b
   ->  c  -> d
          -> e 
   ->  d  -> f

Using the code above, you get:

a/b
a/c/d
a/c/e
a/d/f

If you want only the leaf (i.e. fileNames), use the following code in else block :

 ...
    } else {
        String fileName = fileStat.getPath().toString(); 
        fileList.add(fileName.substring(fileName.lastIndexOf("/") + 1));
    }

This will give:

b
d
e
f

Declaring abstract method in TypeScript

I use to throw an exception in the base class.

protected abstractMethod() {
    throw new Error("abstractMethod not implemented");
}

Then you have to implement in the sub-class. The cons is that there is no build error, but run-time. The pros is that you can call this method from the super class, assuming that it will work :)

HTH!

Milton

Do Swift-based applications work on OS X 10.9/iOS 7 and lower?

Swift code can be deployed to OS X 10.9 and iOS 7.0. It will usually crash at launch on older OS versions.

PHP find difference between two datetimes

I collected many topics to make universal function with many outputs (years, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds) with string or parse to int and direction +- if you need to know what side is direction of the difference.

Use example:



    $date1='2016-05-27 02:00:00';
    $format='Y-m-d H:i:s';

    echo timeDifference($date1, $format, '2017-08-30 00:01:59', $format); 
    #1 years 3 months 2 days 22 hours 1 minutes 59 seconds (string)

    echo timeDifference($date1, $format, '2017-08-30 00:01:59', $format,false, '%a days %h hours');
    #459 days 22 hours (string)

    echo timeDifference('2016-05-27 00:00:00', $format, '2017-08-30 00:01:59', $format,true, '%d days -> %H:%I:%S', true);
    #-3 days -> 00:01:59 (string)

    echo timeDifference($date1, $format, '2016-05-27 00:05:51', $format, false, 'seconds');
    #9 (string)

    echo timeDifference($date1, $format, '2016-05-27 07:00:00', $format, false, 'hours');
    #5 (string)

    echo timeDifference($date1, $format, '2016-05-27 07:00:00', $format, true, 'hours');
    #-5 (string)

    echo timeDifference($date1, $format, '2016-05-27 07:00:00', $format, true, 'hours',true);
    #-5 (int)

Function



    function timeDifference($date1_pm_checked, $date1_format,$date2, $date2_format, $plus_minus=false, $return='all', $parseInt=false)
    {
        $strtotime1=strtotime($date1_pm_checked);
        $strtotime2=strtotime($date2);
        $date1 = new DateTime(date($date1_format, $strtotime1));
        $date2 = new DateTime(date($date2_format, $strtotime2));
        $interval=$date1->diff($date2);

        $plus_minus=(empty($plus_minus)) ? '' : ( ($strtotime1 > $strtotime2) ? '+' : '-'); # +/-/no_sign before value 

        switch($return)
        {
            case 'y';
            case 'year';
            case 'years';
                $elapsed = $interval->format($plus_minus.'%y');
                break;

            case 'm';
            case 'month';
            case 'months';
                $elapsed = $interval->format($plus_minus.'%m');
                break;

            case 'a';
            case 'day';
            case 'days';
                $elapsed = $interval->format($plus_minus.'%a');
                break;

            case 'd';
                $elapsed = $interval->format($plus_minus.'%d');
                break;

            case 'h';       
            case 'hour';        
            case 'hours';       
                $elapsed = $interval->format($plus_minus.'%h');
                break;

            case 'i';
            case 'minute';
            case 'minutes';
                $elapsed = $interval->format($plus_minus.'%i');
                break;

            case 's';
            case 'second';
            case 'seconds';
                $elapsed = $interval->format($plus_minus.'%s');
                break;

            case 'all':
                $parseInt=false;
                $elapsed = $plus_minus.$interval->format('%y years %m months %d days %h hours %i minutes %s seconds');
                break;

            default:
                $parseInt=false;
                $elapsed = $plus_minus.$interval->format($return);
        }

        if($parseInt)
            return (int) $elapsed;
        else
            return $elapsed;

    }

How to turn a string formula into a "real" formula

I Concatenated my formula as normal but at the start I had '= instead of =.

Then I copy and paste as text to where I need it. Then I highlight the section saved as text and press ctrl + H to find and replace.
I replace '= with = and all of my functions are active.

Its a few stages but it avoids VBA.

I hope this helps,

Rob

SQL Server "cannot perform an aggregate function on an expression containing an aggregate or a subquery", but Sybase can

One option is to put the subquery in a LEFT JOIN:

select sum ( t.graduates ) - t1.summedGraduates 
from table as t
    left join 
     ( 
        select sum ( graduates ) summedGraduates, id
        from table  
        where group_code not in ('total', 'others' )
        group by id 
    ) t1 on t.id = t1.id
where t.group_code = 'total'
group by t1.summedGraduates 

Perhaps a better option would be to use SUM with CASE:

select sum(case when group_code = 'total' then graduates end) -
    sum(case when group_code not in ('total','others') then graduates end)
from yourtable

SQL Fiddle Demo with both

Remove First and Last Character C++

My BASIC interpreter chops beginning and ending quotes with

str->pop_back();
str->erase(str->begin());

Of course, I always expect well-formed BASIC style strings, so I will abort with failed assert if not:

assert(str->front() == '"' && str->back() == '"');

Just my two cents.

How to return a 200 HTTP Status Code from ASP.NET MVC 3 controller

200 is just the normal HTTP header for a successful request. If that's all you need, just have the controller return new EmptyResult();

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

Java 7 Time API

    DateTimeFormatter df = DateTimeFormatter.ofPattern("HH:mm");

    LocalTime lt = LocalTime.parse("14:10");
    System.out.println(df.format(lt.plusMinutes(10)));

How to change package name in flutter?

Change name attribute in pubspec.yaml (line 1)

For the name of apk, change android:label in AndroidManifest.xml

How to set a cron job to run at a exact time?

check out

http://www.thesitewizard.com/general/set-cron-job.shtml

for the specifics of setting your crontab directives.

 45 10 * * *

will run in the 10th hour, 45th minute of every day.

for midnight... maybe

 0 0 * * *

how to add <script>alert('test');</script> inside a text box?

is you want fix XSS on input element? you can encode string before output to input field

PHP:

$str = htmlentities($str);

C#:

str = WebUtility.HtmlEncode(str);

after that output value direct to input field:

<input type="text" value="<?php echo $str" />

What are some examples of commonly used practices for naming git branches?

Why does it take three branches/merges for every task? Can you explain more about that?

If you use a bug tracking system you can use the bug number as part of the branch name. This will keep the branch names unique, and you can prefix them with a short and descriptive word or two to keep them human readable, like "ResizeWindow-43523". It also helps make things easier when you go to clean up branches, since you can look up the associated bug. This is how I usually name my branches.

Since these branches are eventually getting merged back into master, you should be safe deleting them after you merge. Unless you're merging with --squash, the entire history of the branch will still exist should you ever need it.

Does Python have a ternary conditional operator?

As already answered, yes there is a ternary operator in python:

<expression 1> if <condition> else <expression 2>

Additional information:

If <expression 1> is the condition you can use Short-cirquit evaluation:

a = True
b = False

# Instead of this:
x = a if a else b

# You could use Short-cirquit evaluation:
x = a or b

PS: Of course, a Short-cirquit evaluation is not a ternary operator but often the ternary is used in cases where the short circuit would be enough.

How to replace a character by a newline in Vim

In the syntax s/foo/bar, \r and \n have different meanings, depending on context.


Short:

For foo:

\r == "carriage return" (CR / ^M)
\n == matches "line feed" (LF) on Linux/Mac, and CRLF on Windows

For bar:

\r == produces LF on Linux/Mac, CRLF on Windows
\n == "null byte" (NUL / ^@)

When editing files in linux (i.e. on a webserver) that were initially created in a windows environment and uploaded (i.e. FTP/SFTP) - all the ^M's you see in vim, are the CR's which linux does not translate as it uses only LF's to depict a line break.


Longer (with ASCII numbers):

NUL == 0x00 == 0 == Ctrl + @ == ^@ shown in vim
LF == 0x0A == 10 == Ctrl + J
CR == 0x0D == 13 == Ctrl + M == ^M shown in vim

Here is a list of the ASCII control characters. Insert them in Vim via Ctrl + V,Ctrl + ---key---.

In Bash or the other Unix/Linux shells, just type Ctrl + ---key---.

Try Ctrl + M in Bash. It's the same as hitting Enter, as the shell realizes what is meant, even though Linux systems use line feeds for line delimiting.

To insert literal's in bash, prepending them with Ctrl + V will also work.

Try in Bash:

echo ^[[33;1mcolored.^[[0mnot colored.

This uses ANSI escape sequences. Insert the two ^['s via Ctrl + V, Esc.

You might also try Ctrl + V,Ctrl + M, Enter, which will give you this:

bash: $'\r': command not found

Remember the \r from above? :>

This ASCII control characters list is different from a complete ASCII symbol table, in that the control characters, which are inserted into a console/pseudoterminal/Vim via the Ctrl key (haha), can be found there.

Whereas in C and most other languages, you usually use the octal codes to represent these 'characters'.

If you really want to know where all this comes from: The TTY demystified. This is the best link you will come across about this topic, but beware: There be dragons.


TL;DR

Usually foo = \n, and bar = \r.

Python recursive folder read

The pathlib library is really great for working with files. You can do a recursive glob on a Path object like so.

from pathlib import Path

for elem in Path('/path/to/my/files').rglob('*.*'):
    print(elem)

Does the join order matter in SQL?

If you try joining C on a field from B before joining B, i.e.:

SELECT A.x, 
       A.y, 
       A.z 
FROM A 
   INNER JOIN C
       on B.x = C.x
   INNER JOIN B
       on A.x = B.x

your query will fail, so in this case the order matters.

To get total number of columns in a table in sql

You can try below query:

select 
  count(*) 
from 
  all_tab_columns
where 
  table_name = 'your_table'

Python/Json:Expecting property name enclosed in double quotes

JSON strings must use double quotes. The JSON python library enforces this so you are unable to load your string. Your data needs to look like this:

{"http://example.org/about": {"http://purl.org/dc/terms/title": [{"type": "literal", "value": "Anna's Homepage"}]}}

If that's not something you can do, you could use ast.literal_eval() instead of json.loads()

How to reload .bashrc settings without logging out and back in again?

i use the following command on msysgit

. ~/.bashrc

shorter version of

source ~/.bashrc

String concatenation in Jinja

Just another hack can be like this.

I have Array of strings which I need to concatenate. So I added that array into dictionary and then used it inside for loop which worked.

{% set dict1 = {'e':''} %}
{% for i in list1 %}
{% if dict1.update({'e':dict1.e+":"+i+"/"+i}) %} {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
{% set layer_string = dict1['e'] %}

Save the console.log in Chrome to a file

the other solutions in this thread weren't working on my mac. Here's a logger that saves a string representation intermittently using ajax. use it with console.save instead of console.log

var logFileString="";
var maxLogLength=1024*128;

console.save=function(){
  var logArgs={};

  for(var i=0; i<arguments.length; i++) logArgs['arg'+i]=arguments[i];
  console.log(logArgs);

  // keep a string representation of every log
  logFileString+=JSON.stringify(logArgs,null,2)+'\n';

  // save the string representation when it gets big
  if(logFileString.length>maxLogLength){
    // send a copy in case race conditions change it mid-save
    saveLog(logFileString);
    logFileString="";
  }
};

depending on what you need, you can save that string or just console.log it and copy and paste. here's an ajax for you in case you want to save it:

function saveLog(data){
  // do some ajax stuff with data.
  var xhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();

  xhttp.onreadystatechange = function(){
    if (this.readyState == 4 && this.status == 200) {}
  }

  xhttp.open("POST", 'saveLog.php', true);
  xhttp.send(data);
}

the saveLog.php should append the data to a log file somewhere. I didn't need that part so I'm not including it here. :)

https://www.google.com/search?q=php+append+to+log

In Java, can you modify a List while iterating through it?

Use CopyOnWriteArrayList
and if you want to remove it, do the following:

for (Iterator<String> it = userList.iterator(); it.hasNext() ;)
{
    if (wordsToRemove.contains(word))
    {
        it.remove();
    }
}

Removing duplicate values from a PowerShell array

In case you want to be fully bomb prove, this is what I would advice:

@('Apples', 'Apples ', 'APPLES', 'Banana') | 
    Sort-Object -Property @{Expression={$_.Trim()}} -Unique

Output:

Apples
Banana

This uses the Property parameter to first Trim() the strings, so extra spaces are removed and then selects only the -Unique values.

More info on Sort-Object:

Get-Help Sort-Object -ShowWindow

How can I get the application's path in a .NET console application?

I use this if the exe is supposed to be called by double clicking it

var thisPath = System.IO.Directory.GetCurrentDirectory();

Convert date field into text in Excel

If that is one table and have nothing to do with this - the simplest solution can be copy&paste to notepad then copy&paste back to excel :P

`&mdash;` or `&#8212;` is there any difference in HTML output?

&mdash; :: &#8212; :: \u2014

When representing the m-dash in a JavaScript text string for output to HTML, note that it will be represented by its unicode value. There are cases when ampersand characters ('&') will not be resolved—notably certain contexts within JSX. In this case, neither &mdash; nor &#8212; will work. Instead you need to use the Unicode escape sequence: \u2014.

For example, when implementing a render() method to output text from a JavaScript variable:

render() {
   let text='JSX transcoders will preserve the & character&mdash;to ' 
            + 'protect from possible script hacking and cross-site hacks.'
   return (
     <div>{text}</div>
   )
}

This will output:

<div>JSX transcoders will preserve the & character&mdash;to protect from possible script hacking and cross-site hacks.</div>

Instead of the &– prefixed representation, you should use \u2014:

let text='JSX transcoders will preserve the & character\u2014to …'

execute shell command from android

A modification of the code by @CarloCannas:

public static void sudo(String...strings) {
    try{
        Process su = Runtime.getRuntime().exec("su");
        DataOutputStream outputStream = new DataOutputStream(su.getOutputStream());

        for (String s : strings) {
            outputStream.writeBytes(s+"\n");
            outputStream.flush();
        }

        outputStream.writeBytes("exit\n");
        outputStream.flush();
        try {
            su.waitFor();
        } catch (InterruptedException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
        outputStream.close();
    }catch(IOException e){
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
}

(You are welcome to find a better place for outputStream.close())

Usage example:

private static void suMkdirs(String path) {
    if (!new File(path).isDirectory()) {
        sudo("mkdir -p "+path);
    }
}

Update: To get the result (the output to stdout), use:

public static String sudoForResult(String...strings) {
    String res = "";
    DataOutputStream outputStream = null;
    InputStream response = null;
    try{
        Process su = Runtime.getRuntime().exec("su");
        outputStream = new DataOutputStream(su.getOutputStream());
        response = su.getInputStream();

        for (String s : strings) {
            outputStream.writeBytes(s+"\n");
            outputStream.flush();
        }

        outputStream.writeBytes("exit\n");
        outputStream.flush();
        try {
            su.waitFor();
        } catch (InterruptedException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
        res = readFully(response);
    } catch (IOException e){
        e.printStackTrace();
    } finally {
        Closer.closeSilently(outputStream, response);
    }
    return res;
}
public static String readFully(InputStream is) throws IOException {
    ByteArrayOutputStream baos = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
    byte[] buffer = new byte[1024];
    int length = 0;
    while ((length = is.read(buffer)) != -1) {
        baos.write(buffer, 0, length);
    }
    return baos.toString("UTF-8");
}

The utility to silently close a number of Closeables (So?ket may be no Closeable) is:

public class Closer {
// closeAll()
public static void closeSilently(Object... xs) {
    // Note: on Android API levels prior to 19 Socket does not implement Closeable
    for (Object x : xs) {
        if (x != null) {
            try {
                Log.d("closing: "+x);
                if (x instanceof Closeable) {
                    ((Closeable)x).close();
                } else if (x instanceof Socket) {
                    ((Socket)x).close();
                } else if (x instanceof DatagramSocket) {
                    ((DatagramSocket)x).close();
                } else {
                    Log.d("cannot close: "+x);
                    throw new RuntimeException("cannot close "+x);
                }
            } catch (Throwable e) {
                Log.x(e);
            }
        }
    }
}
}

Remove last 3 characters of string or number in javascript

Remove last 3 characters of a string

var str = '1437203995000';
str = str.substring(0, str.length-3);
// '1437203995'

Remove last 3 digits of a number

var a = 1437203995000;
a = (a-(a%1000))/1000;
// a = 1437203995

Improve SQL Server query performance on large tables

How is this possible? Without an index on the er101_upd_date_iso column how can a clustered index scan be used?

An index is a B-Tree where each leaf node is pointing to a 'bunch of rows'(called a 'Page' in SQL internal terminology), That is when the index is a non-clustered index.

Clustered index is a special case, in which the leaf nodes has the 'bunch of rows' (rather than pointing to them). that is why...

1) There can be only one clustered index on the table.

this also means the whole table is stored as the clustered index, that is why you started seeing index scan rather than a table scan.

2) An operation that utilizes clustered index is generally faster than a non-clustered index

Read more at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177443.aspx

For the problem you have, you should really consider adding this column to a index, as you said adding a new index (or a column to an existing index) increases INSERT/UPDATE costs. But it might be possible to remove some underutilized index (or a column from an existing index) to replace with 'er101_upd_date_iso'.

If index changes are not possible, i recommend adding a statistics on the column, it can fasten things up when the columns have some correlation with indexed columns

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188038.aspx

BTW, You will get much more help if you can post the table schema of ER101_ACCT_ORDER_DTL. and the existing indices too..., probably the query could be re-written to use some of them.

Where is adb.exe in windows 10 located?

Mine was in: C:\NVPACK\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools

How can I reference a dll in the GAC from Visual Studio?

Assuming you alredy tried to "Add Reference..." as explained above and did not succeed, you can have a look here. They say you have to meet some prerequisites: - .NET 3.5 SP1 - Windows Installer 4.5

EDIT: According to this post it is a known issue.

And this could be the solution you're looking for :)

Convert base-2 binary number string to int

For the record to go back and forth in basic python3:

a = 10
bin(a)
# '0b1010'

int(bin(a), 2)
# 10
eval(bin(a))
# 10

Converting to upper and lower case in Java

I consider this simpler than any prior correct answer. I'll also throw in javadoc. :-)

/**
 * Converts the given string to title case, where the first
 * letter is capitalized and the rest of the string is in
 * lower case.
 * 
 * @param s a string with unknown capitalization
 * @return a title-case version of the string
 */
public static String toTitleCase(String s)
{
    if (s.isEmpty())
    {
        return s;
    }
    return s.substring(0, 1).toUpperCase() + s.substring(1).toLowerCase();
}

Strings of length 1 do not needed to be treated as a special case because s.substring(1) returns the empty string when s has length 1.

Center icon in a div - horizontally and vertically

Horizontal centering is as easy as:

text-align: center

Vertical centering when the container is a known height:

height: 100px;
line-height: 100px;
vertical-align: middle

Vertical centering when the container isn't a known height AND you can set the image in the background:

background: url(someimage) no-repeat center center;

How can I run dos2unix on an entire directory?

If there is no sub-directory, you can also take

ls | xargs -I {} dos2unix "{}"

How do I convert a string to enum in TypeScript?

I was looking for an answer that can get an enum from a string, but in my case, the enums values had different string values counterpart. The OP had a simple enum for Color, but I had something different:

enum Gender {
  Male = 'Male',
  Female = 'Female',
  Other = 'Other',
  CantTell = "Can't tell"
}

When you try to resolve Gender.CantTell with a "Can't tell" string, it returns undefined with the original answer.

Another answer

Basically, I came up with another answer, strongly inspired by this answer:

export const stringToEnumValue = <ET, T>(enumObj: ET, str: string): T =>
  (enumObj as any)[Object.keys(enumObj).filter(k => (enumObj as any)[k] === str)[0]];

Notes

  • We take the first result of filter, assuming the client is passing a valid string from the enum. If it's not the case, undefined will be returned.
  • We cast enumObj to any, because with TypeScript 3.0+ (currently using TypeScript 3.5), the enumObj is resolved as unknown.

Example of Use

const cantTellStr = "Can't tell";

const cantTellEnumValue = stringToEnumValue<typeof Gender, Gender>(Gender, cantTellStr);
console.log(cantTellEnumValue); // Can't tell

Note: And, as someone pointed out in a comment, I also wanted to use the noImplicitAny.

Updated version

No cast to any and proper typings.

export const stringToEnumValue = <T, K extends keyof T>(enumObj: T, value: string): T[keyof T] | undefined =>
  enumObj[Object.keys(enumObj).filter((k) => enumObj[k as K].toString() === value)[0] as keyof typeof enumObj];

Also, the updated version has a easier way to call it and is more readable:

stringToEnumValue(Gender, "Can't tell");

Invariant Violation: _registerComponent(...): Target container is not a DOM element

For those using ReactJS.Net and getting this error after a publish:

Check the properties of your .jsx files and make sure Build Action is set to Content. Those set to None will not be published. I came upon this solution from this SO answer.

Index was outside the bounds of the Array. (Microsoft.SqlServer.smo)

For me this problem still exists with SSMS version 2016 (13.0.16100.1).

A decent workaround is to not use the 'Right click' -> 'Add table...' dialog, but simply drag the table you want to add from the Object Explorer, onto the Diagram surface. While dragging the mouse icon changes into an 'add' symbol and the table is added when you release the mouse.

Beats having to close SSMS every time.

'cannot find or open the pdb file' Visual Studio C++ 2013

A bit late but I thought I'd share in case it helps anyone: what is most likely the problem is simply that your Debug Console (the command line window that opens when run your project if it is a Windows Console Application) is still open from the last time you ran the code. Just close that window, then rebuild and run: Ctrl + B and F5, respectively.

How to push files to an emulator instance using Android Studio

refer johnml1135 answer, but not fully work.

after self investigate, work now:

as official say:

????

????????????????????? /sdcard/Download ???????? API ?????????????,?? API 22,?????:Settings > Device:Storage & USB > Internal Storage > Explore(?? SD ?)?

and use Drag and Drop actually worked, but use android self installed app Download, then you can NOT find the copied file, for not exist so called /sdcard/Download folder.

finally using other file manager app, like

ES File Explorer

then can see the really path is

/storage/emulated/0/Download/

which contains the copied files, like

/storage/emulated/0/Download/chenhongyu_lixiangsanxun.mp3

after drag and drop more mp3 files:

In Jinja2, how do you test if a variable is undefined?

In the Environment setup, we had undefined = StrictUndefined, which prevented undefined values from being set to anything. This fixed it:

from jinja2 import Undefined
JINJA2_ENVIRONMENT_OPTIONS = { 'undefined' : Undefined }