Programs & Examples On #Libgcj

Ambiguous overload call to abs(double)

Use fabs() instead of abs(), it's the same but for floats instead of integers.

How do I add an element to array in reducer of React native redux?

I have a sample

import * as types from '../../helpers/ActionTypes';

var initialState = {
  changedValues: {}
};
const quickEdit = (state = initialState, action) => {

  switch (action.type) {

    case types.PRODUCT_QUICKEDIT:
      {
        const item = action.item;
        const changedValues = {
          ...state.changedValues,
          [item.id]: item,
        };

        return {
          ...state,
          loading: true,
          changedValues: changedValues,
        };
      }
    default:
      {
        return state;
      }
  }
};

export default quickEdit;

How to remove an item from an array in Vue.js

Don't forget to bind key attribute otherwise always last item will be deleted

Correct way to delete selected item from array:

Template

<div v-for="(item, index) in items" :key="item.id">
  <input v-model="item.value">
   <button @click="deleteItem(index)">
  delete
</button>

script

deleteItem(index) {
  this.items.splice(index, 1); \\OR   this.$delete(this.items,index)
 \\both will do the same
}

How do I tell Python to convert integers into words

It sound like you'll need to use an array, where num[1] = "one", num[2] = "two", and so on. Then you can loop through each like you already are and

num = array(["one","two","three","four","five","six","seven","eight","nine","ten"])
for i in range(10,0,-1):
    print num[i], "Bottles of beer on the wall,"
    print num[i], "bottles of beer."
    print "Take one down and pass it around,"
    print num[i-1], "bottles of beer on the wall."
    print ""

jquery find closest previous sibling with class

You can follow this code:

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.2.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script>
    $(document).ready(function () {
        $(".add").on("click", function () {
            var v = $(this).closest(".division").find("input[name='roll']").val();
            alert(v);
        });
    });
</script>
<?php

for ($i = 1; $i <= 5; $i++) {
    echo'<div class = "division">'
        . '<form method="POST" action="">'
        . '<p><input type="number" name="roll" placeholder="Enter Roll"></p>'
        . '<p><input type="button" class="add" name = "submit" value = "Click"></p>'
        . '</form></div>';
}
?>

You can get idea from this.

How to set up a squid Proxy with basic username and password authentication?

Here's what I had to do to setup basic auth on Ubuntu 14.04 (didn't find a guide anywhere else)

Basic squid conf

/etc/squid3/squid.conf instead of the super bloated default config file

auth_param basic program /usr/lib/squid3/basic_ncsa_auth /etc/squid3/passwords
auth_param basic realm proxy
acl authenticated proxy_auth REQUIRED
http_access allow authenticated

# Choose the port you want. Below we set it to default 3128.
http_port 3128

Please note the basic_ncsa_auth program instead of the old ncsa_auth

squid 2.x

For squid 2.x you need to edit /etc/squid/squid.conf file and place:

auth_param basic program /usr/lib/squid/digest_pw_auth /etc/squid/passwords
auth_param basic realm proxy
acl authenticated proxy_auth REQUIRED
http_access allow authenticated

Setting up a user

sudo htpasswd -c /etc/squid3/passwords username_you_like

and enter a password twice for the chosen username then

sudo service squid3 restart

squid 2.x

sudo htpasswd -c /etc/squid/passwords username_you_like

and enter a password twice for the chosen username then

sudo service squid restart

htdigest vs htpasswd

For the many people that asked me: the 2 tools produce different file formats:

  • htdigest stores the password in plain text.
  • htpasswd stores the password hashed (various hashing algos are available)

Despite this difference in format basic_ncsa_auth will still be able to parse a password file generated with htdigest. Hence you can alternatively use:

sudo htdigest -c /etc/squid3/passwords realm_you_like username_you_like

Beware that this approach is empirical, undocumented and may not be supported by future versions of Squid.

On Ubuntu 14.04 htdigest and htpasswd are both available in the [apache2-utils][1] package.

MacOS

Similar as above applies, but file paths are different.

Install squid

brew install squid

Start squid service

brew services start squid

Squid config file is stored at /usr/local/etc/squid.conf.

Comment or remove following line:

http_access allow localnet

Then similar to linux config (but with updated paths) add this:

auth_param basic program /usr/local/Cellar/squid/4.8/libexec/basic_ncsa_auth /usr/local/etc/squid_passwords
auth_param basic realm proxy
acl authenticated proxy_auth REQUIRED
http_access allow authenticated

Note that path to basic_ncsa_auth may be different since it depends on installed version when using brew, you can verify this with ls /usr/local/Cellar/squid/. Also note that you should add the above just bellow the following section:

#
# INSERT YOUR OWN RULE(S) HERE TO ALLOW ACCESS FROM YOUR CLIENTS
#

Now generate yourself a user:password basic auth credential (note: htpasswd and htdigest are also both available on MacOS)

htpasswd -c /usr/local/etc/squid_passwords username_you_like

Restart the squid service

brew services restart squid

Advantages of std::for_each over for loop

Here are some reasons:

  1. It seems to hinder readability just because you're not used to it and/or not using the right tools around it to make it really easy. (see boost::range and boost::bind/boost::lambda for helpers. Many of these will go into C++0x and make for_each and related functions more useful.)

  2. It allows you to write an algorithm on top of for_each that works with any iterator.

  3. It reduces the chance of stupid typing bugs.

  4. It also opens your mind to the rest of the STL-algorithms, like find_if, sort, replace, etc and these won't look so strange anymore. This can be a huge win.

Update 1:

Most importantly, it helps you go beyond for_each vs. for-loops like that's all there is, and look at the other STL-alogs, like find / sort / partition / copy_replace_if, parallel execution .. or whatever.

A lot of processing can be written very concisely using "the rest" of for_each's siblings, but if all you do is to write a for-loop with various internal logic, then you'll never learn how to use those, and you'll end up inventing the wheel over and over.

And (the soon-to-be available range-style for_each) + lambdas:

for_each(monsters, [](auto& m) { m.think(); });

is IMO more readable than:

for (auto i = monsters.begin(); i != monsters.end(); ++i) {
    i->think();
} 

Also this:

for_each(bananas, [&](auto& b) { my_monkey.eat(b); );

Is more concise than:

for (auto i = bananas.begin(); i != bananas.end(); ++i) {
    my_monkey->eat(*i);
} 

But new range based for is probably the best:

 for (auto& b : bananas)
     my_monkey.eat(b);

But the for_each could be useful, especially if you have several functions to call in order but need to run each method for all objects before next... but maybe that's just me. ;)

Update 2: I've written my own one-liner wrappers of stl-algos that work with ranges instead of pair of iterators. boost::range_ex, once released, will include that and maybe it will be there in C++0x too?

Using "If cell contains" in VBA excel

Private Sub Workbook_SheetChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Range)

If Not Intersect(Target, Range("C6:ZZ6")) Is Nothing Then

    If InStr(UCase(Target.Value), "TOTAL") > 0 Then
        Target.Offset(1, 0) = "-"
    End If

End If

End Sub

This will allow you to add columns dynamically and automatically insert a dash underneath any columns in the C row after 6 containing case insensitive "Total". Note: If you go past ZZ6, you will need to change the code, but this should get you where you need to go.

What is difference between Implicit wait and Explicit wait in Selenium WebDriver?

Differences:

1) Implicit wait is set for the entire duration of the webDriver object. Suppose , you want to wait for a certain duration, let's say 5 seconds before each element or a lot of elements on the webpage load. Now, you wouldn't want to write the same code again and again. Hence, implicit wait. However, if you want to wait for only one element, use explicit.

2) You not only need web element to show up but also to be clickable or to satisfy certain other property of web elements. Such kind of flexibility can be provided by explicit wait only. Specially helpful if dynamic data is being loaded on webpage. You can wait for that element to be developed (not just show up on DOM) using explicit wait.

Python division

In Python 2.7, the / operator is an integer division if inputs are integers:

>>>20/15
1

>>>20.0/15.0
1.33333333333

>>>20.0/15
1.33333333333

In Python 3.3, the / operator is a float division even if the inputs are integer.

>>> 20/15
1.33333333333

>>>20.0/15
1.33333333333

For integer division in Python 3, we will use the // operator.

The // operator is an integer division operator in both Python 2.7 and Python 3.3.

In Python 2.7 and Python 3.3:

>>>20//15
1

Now, see the comparison

>>>a = 7.0/4.0
>>>b = 7/4
>>>print a == b

For the above program, the output will be False in Python 2.7 and True in Python 3.3.

In Python 2.7 a = 1.75 and b = 1.

In Python 3.3 a = 1.75 and b = 1.75, just because / is a float division.

How to escape a single quote inside awk

A single quote is represented using \x27

Like in

awk 'BEGIN {FS=" ";} {printf "\x27%s\x27 ", $1}'

Source

How to request Administrator access inside a batch file

There's also the FSUTIL query from this post which is also linked at ss64.com that has the following code:

@Echo Off
Setlocal
:: First check if we are running As Admin/Elevated
FSUTIL dirty query %SystemDrive% >nul
if %errorlevel% EQU 0 goto START

::Create and run a temporary VBScript to elevate this batch file
   Set _batchFile=%~f0
   Set _Args=%*
   :: double up any quotes
   Set _batchFile=""%_batchFile:"=%""
   Set _Args=%_Args:"=""%

   Echo Set UAC = CreateObject^("Shell.Application"^) > "%temp%\~ElevateMe.vbs"
   Echo UAC.ShellExecute "cmd", "/c ""%_batchFile% %_Args%""", "", "runas", 1 >> "%temp%\~ElevateMe.vbs"

   cscript "%temp%\~ElevateMe.vbs" 
   Exit /B

:START
:: set the current directory to the batch file location
cd /d %~dp0
:: Place the code which requires Admin/elevation below
Echo We are now running as admin [%1] [%2]
pause

As long as FSUTIL is around, it's a reliable alternative.

How do you detect the clearing of a "search" HTML5 input?

Full Solution is here

This will clear search when search x is clicked. or will call the search api hit when user hit enter. this code can be further extended with additional esc keyup event matcher. but this should do it all.

document.getElementById("userSearch").addEventListener("search", 
function(event){
  if(event.type === "search"){
    if(event.currentTarget.value !== ""){
      hitSearchAjax(event.currentTarget.value);
    }else {
      clearSearchData();  
    }
  }
});

Cheers.

CSS - center two images in css side by side

Flexbox can do this with just two css rules on a surrounding div.

_x000D_
_x000D_
.social-media{_x000D_
    display: flex;_x000D_
    justify-content: center;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="social-media">_x000D_
<a href="mailto:[email protected]">_x000D_
<img class="fblogo" border="0" alt="Mail" src="http://olympiahaacht.be/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/FacebookButtonRevised-e1334605872360.jpg"/></a>_x000D_
<a href="https://www.facebook.com/OlympiaHaacht" target="_blank">_x000D_
<img class="fblogo" border="0" alt="Facebook" src="http://olympiahaacht.be/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/FacebookButtonRevised-e1334605872360.jpg"/></a>_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Differences between action and actionListener

As BalusC indicated, the actionListener by default swallows exceptions, but in JSF 2.0 there is a little more to this. Namely, it doesn't just swallows and logs, but actually publishes the exception.

This happens through a call like this:

context.getApplication().publishEvent(context, ExceptionQueuedEvent.class,                                                          
    new ExceptionQueuedEventContext(context, exception, source, phaseId)
);

The default listener for this event is the ExceptionHandler which for Mojarra is set to com.sun.faces.context.ExceptionHandlerImpl. This implementation will basically rethrow any exception, except when it concerns an AbortProcessingException, which is logged. ActionListeners wrap the exception that is thrown by the client code in such an AbortProcessingException which explains why these are always logged.

This ExceptionHandler can be replaced however in faces-config.xml with a custom implementation:

<exception-handlerfactory>
   com.foo.myExceptionHandler
</exception-handlerfactory>

Instead of listening globally, a single bean can also listen to these events. The following is a proof of concept of this:

@ManagedBean
@RequestScoped
public class MyBean {

    public void actionMethod(ActionEvent event) {

        FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getApplication().subscribeToEvent(ExceptionQueuedEvent.class, new SystemEventListener() {

        @Override
        public void processEvent(SystemEvent event) throws AbortProcessingException {
            ExceptionQueuedEventContext content = (ExceptionQueuedEventContext)event.getSource();
            throw new RuntimeException(content.getException());
        }

        @Override
        public boolean isListenerForSource(Object source) {
            return true;
        }
        });

        throw new RuntimeException("test");
    }

}

(note, this is not how one should normally code listeners, this is only for demonstration purposes!)

Calling this from a Facelet like this:

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"
    xmlns:h="http://java.sun.com/jsf/html"
    xmlns:f="http://java.sun.com/jsf/core">
    <h:body>
        <h:form>
            <h:commandButton value="test" actionListener="#{myBean.actionMethod}"/>
        </h:form>
    </h:body>
</html>

Will result in an error page being displayed.

Animate visibility modes, GONE and VISIBLE

You can use the expandable list view explained in API demos to show groups

http://developer.android.com/resources/samples/ApiDemos/src/com/example/android/apis/view/ExpandableList1.html.

To animate the list items motion, you will have to override the getView method and apply translate animation on each list item. The values for animation depend on the position of each list item. This was something which i tried on a simple list view long time back.

How to set value to form control in Reactive Forms in Angular

To assign value to a single Form control/individually, I propose to use setValue in the following way:

this.editqueForm.get('user').setValue(this.question.user);

this.editqueForm.get('questioning').setValue(this.question.questioning);

How do I close a tkinter window?

try this.

    self.parent.destroy() 
    self.parent.quit()

maybe you send root like parameter to a frame that you did. so If you want to finish it you have to call your father so he can close it all, instead of closing each one of his children.

How to set a default Value of a UIPickerView

TL:DR version:

//Objective-C
[self.picker selectRow:2 inComponent:0 animated:YES];
//Swift
picker.selectRow(2, inComponent:0, animated:true)

Either you didn't set your picker to select the row (which you say you seem to have done but anyhow):

- (void)selectRow:(NSInteger)row inComponent:(NSInteger)component animated:(BOOL)animated

OR you didn't use the the following method to get the selected item from your picker

- (NSInteger)selectedRowInComponent:(NSInteger)component

This will get the selected row as Integer from your picker and do as you please with it. This should do the trick for yah. Good luck.

Anyhow read the ref: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/uikit/uipickerview


EDIT:

An example of manually setting and getting of a selected row in a UIPickerView:

the .h file:

#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>

@interface ViewController : UIViewController <UIPickerViewDelegate, UIPickerViewDataSource>
{
    UIPickerView *picker;
    NSMutableArray *source;
}

@property (nonatomic,retain) UIPickerView *picker;
@property (nonatomic,retain) NSMutableArray *source;

-(void)pressed;

@end

the .m file:

#import "ViewController.h"

@interface ViewController ()

@end
@implementation ViewController

@synthesize picker;
@synthesize source;

- (void)viewDidLoad
{
    [super viewDidLoad];
    // Do any additional setup after loading the view, typically from a nib.
}

- (void)viewDidUnload
{
    [super viewDidUnload];
    // Release any retained subviews of the main view.
}

- (BOOL)shouldAutorotateToInterfaceOrientation:(UIInterfaceOrientation)interfaceOrientation
{
    return YES;
}

- (void) viewWillAppear:(BOOL)animated
{
    [super viewWillAppear:animated];

    self.view.backgroundColor = [UIColor yellowColor];

    self.source = [[NSMutableArray alloc] initWithObjects:@"EU", @"USA", @"ASIA", nil];

    UIButton *pressme = [[UIButton alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(20, 20, 280, 80)];
    [pressme setTitle:@"Press me!!!" forState:UIControlStateNormal];
    pressme.backgroundColor = [UIColor lightGrayColor];
    [pressme addTarget:self action:@selector(pressed) forControlEvents:UIControlEventTouchUpInside];
    [self.view addSubview:pressme];

    self.picker = [[UIPickerView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(20, 110, 280, 300)];
    self.picker.delegate = self;
    self.picker.dataSource = self;
    [self.view addSubview:self.picker];

    //This is how you manually SET(!!) a selection!
    [self.picker selectRow:2 inComponent:0 animated:YES];
}

//logs the current selection of the picker manually
-(void)pressed
{
    //This is how you manually GET(!!) a selection
    int row = [self.picker selectedRowInComponent:0];

    NSLog(@"%@", [source objectAtIndex:row]);
}

- (NSInteger)numberOfComponentsInPickerView:
(UIPickerView *)pickerView
{
    return 1;
}

- (NSInteger)pickerView:(UIPickerView *)pickerView
numberOfRowsInComponent:(NSInteger)component
{
    return [source count];
}

- (NSString *)pickerView:(UIPickerView *)pickerView
             titleForRow:(NSInteger)row
            forComponent:(NSInteger)component
{
    return [source objectAtIndex:row];
}

#pragma mark -
#pragma mark PickerView Delegate
-(void)pickerView:(UIPickerView *)pickerView didSelectRow:(NSInteger)row
      inComponent:(NSInteger)component
{
//    NSLog(@"%@", [source objectAtIndex:row]);
}

@end

EDIT for Swift solution (Source: Dan Beaulieu's answer)

Define an Outlet:

@IBOutlet weak var pickerView: UIPickerView!  // for example

Then in your viewWillAppear or your viewDidLoad, for example, you can use the following:

pickerView.selectRow(rowMin, inComponent: 0, animated: true)
pickerView.selectRow(rowSec, inComponent: 1, animated: true)

If you inspect the Swift 2.0 framework you'll see .selectRow defined as:

func selectRow(row: Int, inComponent component: Int, animated: Bool) 

option clicking .selectRow in Xcode displays the following:

SQL for ordering by number - 1,2,3,4 etc instead of 1,10,11,12

ORDER_BY cast(registration_no as unsigned) ASC

gives the desired result with warnings.

Hence, better to go for

ORDER_BY registration_no + 0 ASC

for a clean result without any SQL warnings.

Why do we use web.xml?

It says all the requests to go through WicketFilter


Also, if you use wicket WicketApplication for application level settings. Like URL patterns and things that are true at app level


This is what you need really, http://wicket.apache.org/learn/examples/helloworld.html

How to use ng-if to test if a variable is defined

You can still use angular.isDefined()

You just need to set

$rootScope.angular = angular;

in the "run" phase.

See update plunkr: http://plnkr.co/edit/h4ET5dJt3e12MUAXy1mS?p=preview

Regular expression matching a multiline block of text

My preference.

lineIter= iter(aFile)
for line in lineIter:
    if line.startswith( ">" ):
         someVaryingText= line
         break
assert len( lineIter.next().strip() ) == 0
acids= []
for line in lineIter:
    if len(line.strip()) == 0:
        break
    acids.append( line )

At this point you have someVaryingText as a string, and the acids as a list of strings. You can do "".join( acids ) to make a single string.

I find this less frustrating (and more flexible) than multiline regexes.

Defining arrays in Google Scripts

This may be of help to a few who are struggling like I was:

var data = myform.getRange("A:AA").getValues().pop();
var myvariable1 = data[4];
var myvariable2 = data[7];

How can I build XML in C#?

In the past I have created my XML Schema, then used a tool to generate C# classes which will serialize to that schema. The XML Schema Definition Tool is one example

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/x6c1kb0s(VS.71).aspx

String method cannot be found in a main class method

It seem like your Resort method doesn't declare a compareTo method. This method typically belongs to the Comparable interface. Make sure your class implements it.

Additionally, the compareTo method is typically implemented as accepting an argument of the same type as the object the method gets invoked on. As such, you shouldn't be passing a String argument, but rather a Resort.

Alternatively, you can compare the names of the resorts. For example

if (resortList[mid].getResortName().compareTo(resortName)>0)  

Contains method for a slice

I created a very simple benchmark with the solutions from these answers.

https://gist.github.com/NorbertFenk/7bed6760198800207e84f141c41d93c7

It isn't a real benchmark because initially, I haven't inserted too many elements but feel free to fork and change it.

PowerShell: Comparing dates

Late but more complete answer in point of getting the most advanced date from $Output

## Q:\test\2011\02\SO_5097125.ps1
## simulate object input with a here string 
$Output = @"
"Date"
"Monday, April 08, 2013 12:00:00 AM"
"Friday, April 08, 2011 12:00:00 AM"
"@ -split '\r?\n' | ConvertFrom-Csv

## use Get-Date and calculated property in a pipeline
$Output | Select-Object @{n='Date';e={Get-Date $_.Date}} |
    Sort-Object Date | Select-Object -Last 1 -Expand Date

## use Get-Date in a ForEach-Object
$Output.Date | ForEach-Object{Get-Date $_} |
    Sort-Object | Select-Object -Last 1

## use [datetime]::ParseExact
## the following will only work if your locale is English for day, month day abbrev.
$Output.Date | ForEach-Object{
    [datetime]::ParseExact($_,'dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy hh:mm:ss tt',$Null)
} | Sort-Object | Select-Object -Last 1

## for non English locales
$Output.Date | ForEach-Object{
    [datetime]::ParseExact($_,'dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy hh:mm:ss tt',[cultureinfo]::InvariantCulture)
} | Sort-Object | Select-Object -Last 1

## in case the day month abbreviations are in other languages, here German
## simulate object input with a here string 
$Output = @"
"Date"
"Montag, April 08, 2013 00:00:00"
"Freidag, April 08, 2011 00:00:00"
"@ -split '\r?\n' | ConvertFrom-Csv
$CIDE = New-Object System.Globalization.CultureInfo("de-DE")
$Output.Date | ForEach-Object{
    [datetime]::ParseExact($_,'dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy HH:mm:ss',$CIDE)
} | Sort-Object | Select-Object -Last 1

How to parse freeform street/postal address out of text, and into components

No code? For shame!

Here is a simple JavaScript address parser. It's pretty awful for every single reason that Matt gives in his dissertation above (which I almost 100% agree with: addresses are complex types, and humans make mistakes; better to outsource and automate this - when you can afford to).

But rather than cry, I decided to try:

This code works OK for parsing most Esri results for findAddressCandidate and also with some other (reverse)geocoders that return single-line address where street/city/state are delimited by commas. You can extend if you want or write country-specific parsers. Or just use this as case study of how challenging this exercise can be or at how lousy I am at JavaScript. I admit I only spent about thirty mins on this (future iterations could add caches, zip validation, and state lookups as well as user location context), but it worked for my use case: End user sees form that parses geocode search response into 4 textboxes. If address parsing comes out wrong (which is rare unless source data was poor) it's no big deal - the user gets to verify and fix it! (But for automated solutions could either discard/ignore or flag as error so dev can either support the new format or fix source data.)

_x000D_
_x000D_
/* _x000D_
address assumptions:_x000D_
- US addresses only (probably want separate parser for different countries)_x000D_
- No country code expected._x000D_
- if last token is a number it is probably a postal code_x000D_
-- 5 digit number means more likely_x000D_
- if last token is a hyphenated string it might be a postal code_x000D_
-- if both sides are numeric, and in form #####-#### it is more likely_x000D_
- if city is supplied, state will also be supplied (city names not unique)_x000D_
- zip/postal code may be omitted even if has city & state_x000D_
- state may be two-char code or may be full state name._x000D_
- commas: _x000D_
-- last comma is usually city/state separator_x000D_
-- second-to-last comma is possibly street/city separator_x000D_
-- other commas are building-specific stuff that I don't care about right now._x000D_
- token count:_x000D_
-- because units, street names, and city names may contain spaces token count highly variable._x000D_
-- simplest address has at least two tokens: 714 OAK_x000D_
-- common simple address has at least four tokens: 714 S OAK ST_x000D_
-- common full (mailing) address has at least 5-7:_x000D_
--- 714 OAK, RUMTOWN, VA 59201_x000D_
--- 714 S OAK ST, RUMTOWN, VA 59201_x000D_
-- complex address may have a dozen or more:_x000D_
--- MAGICICIAN SUPPLY, LLC, UNIT 213A, MAGIC TOWN MALL, 13 MAGIC CIRCLE DRIVE, LAND OF MAGIC, MA 73122-3412_x000D_
*/_x000D_
_x000D_
var rawtext = $("textarea").val();_x000D_
var rawlist = rawtext.split("\n");_x000D_
_x000D_
function ParseAddressEsri(singleLineaddressString) {_x000D_
  var address = {_x000D_
    street: "",_x000D_
    city: "",_x000D_
    state: "",_x000D_
    postalCode: ""_x000D_
  };_x000D_
_x000D_
  // tokenize by space (retain commas in tokens)_x000D_
  var tokens = singleLineaddressString.split(/[\s]+/);_x000D_
  var tokenCount = tokens.length;_x000D_
  var lastToken = tokens.pop();_x000D_
  if (_x000D_
    // if numeric assume postal code (ignore length, for now)_x000D_
    !isNaN(lastToken) ||_x000D_
    // if hyphenated assume long zip code, ignore whether numeric, for now_x000D_
    lastToken.split("-").length - 1 === 1) {_x000D_
    address.postalCode = lastToken;_x000D_
    lastToken = tokens.pop();_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  if (lastToken && isNaN(lastToken)) {_x000D_
    if (address.postalCode.length && lastToken.length === 2) {_x000D_
      // assume state/province code ONLY if had postal code_x000D_
      // otherwise it could be a simple address like "714 S OAK ST"_x000D_
      // where "ST" for "street" looks like two-letter state code_x000D_
      // possibly this could be resolved with registry of known state codes, but meh. (and may collide anyway)_x000D_
      address.state = lastToken;_x000D_
      lastToken = tokens.pop();_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    if (address.state.length === 0) {_x000D_
      // check for special case: might have State name instead of State Code._x000D_
      var stateNameParts = [lastToken.endsWith(",") ? lastToken.substring(0, lastToken.length - 1) : lastToken];_x000D_
_x000D_
      // check remaining tokens from right-to-left for the first comma_x000D_
      while (2 + 2 != 5) {_x000D_
        lastToken = tokens.pop();_x000D_
        if (!lastToken) break;_x000D_
        else if (lastToken.endsWith(",")) {_x000D_
          // found separator, ignore stuff on left side_x000D_
          tokens.push(lastToken); // put it back_x000D_
          break;_x000D_
        } else {_x000D_
          stateNameParts.unshift(lastToken);_x000D_
        }_x000D_
      }_x000D_
      address.state = stateNameParts.join(' ');_x000D_
      lastToken = tokens.pop();_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  if (lastToken) {_x000D_
    // here is where it gets trickier:_x000D_
    if (address.state.length) {_x000D_
      // if there is a state, then assume there is also a city and street._x000D_
      // PROBLEM: city may be multiple words (spaces)_x000D_
      // but we can pretty safely assume next-from-last token is at least PART of the city name_x000D_
      // most cities are single-name. It would be very helpful if we knew more context, like_x000D_
      // the name of the city user is in. But ignore that for now._x000D_
      // ideally would have zip code service or lookup to give city name for the zip code._x000D_
      var cityNameParts = [lastToken.endsWith(",") ? lastToken.substring(0, lastToken.length - 1) : lastToken];_x000D_
_x000D_
      // assumption / RULE: street and city must have comma delimiter_x000D_
      // addresses that do not follow this rule will be wrong only if city has space_x000D_
      // but don't care because Esri formats put comma before City_x000D_
      var streetNameParts = [];_x000D_
_x000D_
      // check remaining tokens from right-to-left for the first comma_x000D_
      while (2 + 2 != 5) {_x000D_
        lastToken = tokens.pop();_x000D_
        if (!lastToken) break;_x000D_
        else if (lastToken.endsWith(",")) {_x000D_
          // found end of street address (may include building, etc. - don't care right now)_x000D_
          // add token back to end, but remove trailing comma (it did its job)_x000D_
          tokens.push(lastToken.endsWith(",") ? lastToken.substring(0, lastToken.length - 1) : lastToken);_x000D_
          streetNameParts = tokens;_x000D_
          break;_x000D_
        } else {_x000D_
          cityNameParts.unshift(lastToken);_x000D_
        }_x000D_
      }_x000D_
      address.city = cityNameParts.join(' ');_x000D_
      address.street = streetNameParts.join(' ');_x000D_
    } else {_x000D_
      // if there is NO state, then assume there is NO city also, just street! (easy)_x000D_
      // reasoning: city names are not very original (Portland, OR and Portland, ME) so if user wants city they need to store state also (but if you are only ever in Portlan, OR, you don't care about city/state)_x000D_
      // put last token back in list, then rejoin on space_x000D_
      tokens.push(lastToken);_x000D_
      address.street = tokens.join(' ');_x000D_
    }_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  // when parsing right-to-left hard to know if street only vs street + city/state_x000D_
  // hack fix for now is to shift stuff around._x000D_
  // assumption/requirement: will always have at least street part; you will never just get "city, state"  _x000D_
  // could possibly tweak this with options or more intelligent parsing&sniffing_x000D_
  if (!address.city && address.state) {_x000D_
    address.city = address.state;_x000D_
    address.state = '';_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  if (!address.street) {_x000D_
    address.street = address.city;_x000D_
    address.city = '';_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  return address;_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
// get list of objects with discrete address properties_x000D_
var addresses = rawlist_x000D_
  .filter(function(o) {_x000D_
    return o.length > 0_x000D_
  })_x000D_
  .map(ParseAddressEsri);_x000D_
$("#output").text(JSON.stringify(addresses));_x000D_
console.log(addresses);
_x000D_
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>_x000D_
<textarea>_x000D_
27488 Stanford Ave, Bowden, North Dakota_x000D_
380 New York St, Redlands, CA 92373_x000D_
13212 E SPRAGUE AVE, FAIR VALLEY, MD 99201_x000D_
1005 N Gravenstein Highway, Sebastopol CA 95472_x000D_
A. P. Croll &amp; Son 2299 Lewes-Georgetown Hwy, Georgetown, DE 19947_x000D_
11522 Shawnee Road, Greenwood, DE 19950_x000D_
144 Kings Highway, S.W. Dover, DE 19901_x000D_
Intergrated Const. Services 2 Penns Way Suite 405, New Castle, DE 19720_x000D_
Humes Realty 33 Bridle Ridge Court, Lewes, DE 19958_x000D_
Nichols Excavation 2742 Pulaski Hwy, Newark, DE 19711_x000D_
2284 Bryn Zion Road, Smyrna, DE 19904_x000D_
VEI Dover Crossroads, LLC 1500 Serpentine Road, Suite 100 Baltimore MD 21_x000D_
580 North Dupont Highway, Dover, DE 19901_x000D_
P.O. Box 778, Dover, DE 19903_x000D_
714 S OAK ST_x000D_
714 S OAK ST, RUM TOWN, VA, 99201_x000D_
3142 E SPRAGUE AVE, WHISKEY VALLEY, WA 99281_x000D_
27488 Stanford Ave, Bowden, North Dakota_x000D_
380 New York St, Redlands, CA 92373_x000D_
</textarea>_x000D_
<div id="output">_x000D_
</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How to turn on/off MySQL strict mode in localhost (xampp)?

I want to know how to check whether MySQL strict mode is on or off in localhost(xampp).

SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'sql_mode';

If result has "STRICT_TRANS_TABLES", then it's ON. Otherwise, it's OFF.

If on then for what modes and how to off.

If off then how to on.

For Windows,

  1. Go to C:\Program Files\MariaDB XX.X\data
  2. Open the my.ini file.
  3. *On the line with "sql_mode", modify the value to turn strict mode ON/OFF.
  4. Save the file
  5. **Restart the MySQL service
  6. Run SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'sql_mode' again to see if it worked;

*3.a. To turn it ON, add STRICT_TRANS_TABLES on that line like this: sql_mode=STRICT_TRANS_TABLES. *If there are other values already, add a comma after this then join with the rest of the value.

*3.b. To turn it OFF, simply remove STRICT_TRANS_TABLES from value. *Remove the additional comma too if there is one.

**6. To restart the MySQL service on your computer,

  1. Open the Run command window (press WINDOWS + R button).
  2. Type services.msc
  3. Click OK
  4. Right click on the Name MySQL
  5. Click Restart

Generate unique random numbers between 1 and 100

Implementing this as a generator makes it pretty nice to work with. Note, this implementation differs from ones that require the entire input array to be shuffled first.

This sample function works lazily, giving you 1 random item per iteration up to N items you ask for. This is nice because if you just want 3 items from a list of 1000, you don't have to touch all 1000 items first.

_x000D_
_x000D_
// sample :: Integer -> [a] -> [a]_x000D_
const sample = n => function* (xs) {_x000D_
  let ys = xs.slice(0);_x000D_
  let len = xs.length;_x000D_
  while (n > 0 && len > 0) {_x000D_
    let i = (Math.random() * len) >> 0;_x000D_
    yield ys.splice(i,1)[0];_x000D_
    n--; len--;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
// example inputs_x000D_
let items = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', 'f', 'g'];_x000D_
let numbers = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9];_x000D_
_x000D_
// get 3 random items_x000D_
for (let i of sample(3) (items))_x000D_
  console.log(i); // f g c_x000D_
_x000D_
// partial application_x000D_
const lotto = sample(3);_x000D_
for (let i of lotto(numbers))_x000D_
  console.log(i); // 3 8 7_x000D_
_x000D_
// shuffle an array_x000D_
const shuffle = xs => Array.from(sample (Infinity) (xs))_x000D_
console.log(shuffle(items)) // [b c g f d e a]
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

I chose to implement sample in a way that does not mutate the input array, but you could easily argue that a mutating implementation is favourable.

For example, the shuffle function might wish to mutate the original input array. Or you might wish to sample from the same input at various times, updating the input each time.

_x000D_
_x000D_
// sample :: Integer -> [a] -> [a]_x000D_
const sample = n => function* (xs) {_x000D_
  let len = xs.length;_x000D_
  while (n > 0 && len > 0) {_x000D_
    let i = (Math.random() * len) >> 0;_x000D_
    yield xs.splice(i,1)[0];_x000D_
    n--; len--;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
// deal :: [Card] -> [Card]_x000D_
const deal = xs => Array.from(sample (2) (xs));_x000D_
_x000D_
// setup a deck of cards (13 in this case)_x000D_
// cards :: [Card]_x000D_
let cards = 'A234567890JQK'.split('');_x000D_
_x000D_
// deal 6 players 2 cards each_x000D_
// players :: [[Card]]_x000D_
let players = Array.from(Array(6), $=> deal(cards))_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(players);_x000D_
// [K, J], [6, 0], [2, 8], [Q, 7], [5, 4], [9, A]_x000D_
_x000D_
// `cards` has been mutated. only 1 card remains in the deck_x000D_
console.log(cards);_x000D_
// [3]
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

sample is no longer a pure function because of the array input mutation, but in certain circumstances (demonstrated above) it might make more sense.


Another reason I chose a generator instead of a function that just returns an array is because you may want to continue sampling until some specific condition.

Perhaps I want the first prime number from a list of 1,000,000 random numbers.

  • "How many should I sample?" – you don't have to specify
  • "Do I have to find all the primes first and then select a random prime?" – Nope.

Because we're working with a generator, this task is trivial

const randomPrimeNumber = listOfNumbers => {
  for (let x of sample(Infinity) (listOfNumbers)) {
    if (isPrime(x))
      return x;
  }
  return NaN;
}

This will continuously sample 1 random number at a time, x, check if it's prime, then return x if it is. If the list of numbers is exhausted before a prime is found, NaN is returned.


Note:

This answer was originally shared on another question that was closed as a duplicate of this one. Because it's very different from the other solutions provided here, I've decided to share it here as well

How to style input and submit button with CSS?

When styling a input type submit use the following code.

   input[type=submit] {
    background-color: pink; //Example stlying
    }

How to add headers to OkHttp request interceptor?

Finally, I added the headers this way:

@Override
    public Response intercept(Interceptor.Chain chain) throws IOException {
        Request request = chain.request();
        Request newRequest;

        newRequest = request.newBuilder()
                .addHeader(HeadersContract.HEADER_AUTHONRIZATION, O_AUTH_AUTHENTICATION)
                .addHeader(HeadersContract.HEADER_X_CLIENT_ID, CLIENT_ID)
                .build();
        return chain.proceed(newRequest);
    }

If input value is blank, assign a value of "empty" with Javascript

You can set a callback function for the onSubmit event of the form and check the contents of each field. If it contains nothing you can then fill it with the string "empty":

<form name="my_form" action="validate.php" onsubmit="check()">
    <input type="text" name="text1" />
    <input type="submit" value="submit" />
</form>

and in your js:

function check() {
    if(document.forms["my_form"]["text1"].value == "")
        document.forms["my_form"]["text1"].value = "empty";
}

Insert and set value with max()+1 problems

This is select come insert sequel.

I am trying to get serial_no maximum +1 value and its giving correct value.

SELECT MAX(serial_no)+1 into @var FROM sample.kettle;
Insert into kettle(serial_no,name,age,salary) values (@var,'aaa',23,2000);

How to Auto resize HTML table cell to fit the text size

Well, me also I was struggling with this issue: this is how I solved it: apply table-layout: auto; to the <table> element.

How to convert an Instant to a date format?

If you want to convert an Instant to a Date:

Date myDate = Date.from(instant);

And then you can use SimpleDateFormat for the formatting part of your question:

SimpleDateFormat formatter = new SimpleDateFormat("dd MM yyyy HH:mm:ss");
String formattedDate = formatter.format(myDate);

whitespaces in the path of windows filepath

(WINDOWS - AWS solution)
Solved for windows by putting tripple quotes around files and paths.
Benefits:
1) Prevents excludes that quietly were getting ignored.
2) Files/folders with spaces in them, will no longer kick errors.

    aws_command = 'aws s3 sync """D:/""" """s3://mybucket/my folder/"  --exclude """*RECYCLE.BIN/*""" --exclude """*.cab""" --exclude """System Volume Information/*""" '

    r = subprocess.run(f"powershell.exe {aws_command}", shell=True, capture_output=True, text=True)

EditText underline below text property

Use android:backgroundTint="" in your EditText xml layout.

For api<21 you can use AppCompatEditText from support library thenapp:backgroundTint=""

git remote prune – didn't show as many pruned branches as I expected

When you use git push origin :staleStuff, it automatically removes origin/staleStuff, so when you ran git remote prune origin, you have pruned some branch that was removed by someone else. It's more likely that your co-workers now need to run git prune to get rid of branches you have removed.


So what exactly git remote prune does? Main idea: local branches (not tracking branches) are not touched by git remote prune command and should be removed manually.

Now, a real-world example for better understanding:

You have a remote repository with 2 branches: master and feature. Let's assume that you are working on both branches, so as a result you have these references in your local repository (full reference names are given to avoid any confusion):

  • refs/heads/master (short name master)
  • refs/heads/feature (short name feature)
  • refs/remotes/origin/master (short name origin/master)
  • refs/remotes/origin/feature (short name origin/feature)

Now, a typical scenario:

  1. Some other developer finishes all work on the feature, merges it into master and removes feature branch from remote repository.
  2. By default, when you do git fetch (or git pull), no references are removed from your local repository, so you still have all those 4 references.
  3. You decide to clean them up, and run git remote prune origin.
  4. git detects that feature branch no longer exists, so refs/remotes/origin/feature is a stale branch which should be removed.
  5. Now you have 3 references, including refs/heads/feature, because git remote prune does not remove any refs/heads/* references.

It is possible to identify local branches, associated with remote tracking branches, by branch.<branch_name>.merge configuration parameter. This parameter is not really required for anything to work (probably except git pull), so it might be missing.

(updated with example & useful info from comments)

Search of table names

I am assuming you want to pass the database name as a parameter and not just run:

SELECT  *
FROM    DBName.sys.tables
WHERE   Name LIKE '%XXX%'

If so, you could use dynamic SQL to add the dbname to the query:

DECLARE @DBName NVARCHAR(200) = 'YourDBName',
        @TableName NVARCHAR(200) = 'SomeString';

IF NOT EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM master.sys.databases WHERE Name = @DBName)
    BEGIN
        PRINT 'DATABASE NOT FOUND';
        RETURN;
    END;

DECLARE @SQL NVARCHAR(MAX) = '  SELECT  Name
                                FROM    ' + QUOTENAME(@DBName) + '.sys.tables
                                WHERE   Name LIKE ''%'' + @Table + ''%''';

EXECUTE SP_EXECUTESQL @SQL, N'@Table NVARCHAR(200)', @TableName;

Can Android do peer-to-peer ad-hoc networking?

my friend and I are currently developing a java library implementing the AODV protocol (multihop routing suitable for mobile networks), in our bachelor thesis. The final 'product' includes a easy way to create/join an adhoc network on several android devices and an interface through the library, to send and receive messages. Unfortunately each type of phone such as hero, nexsus one... have a phonedepended way for createing a adhoc network so currently we are only supporting a few phones).

this means that once this project is finished, people with rooted phones can implement their distributed applications (file sharing, games, ...) by simply including the library .jar file in their android projects.

it's all open source by the way

http://code.google.com/p/adhoc-on-android/

Why must wait() always be in synchronized block

Thread wait on the monitoring object (object used by synchronization block), There can be n number of monitoring object in whole journey of a single thread. If Thread wait outside the synchronization block then there is no monitoring object and also other thread notify to access for the monitoring object, so how would the thread outside the synchronization block would know that it has been notified. This is also one of the reason that wait(), notify() and notifyAll() are in object class rather than thread class.

Basically the monitoring object is common resource here for all the threads, and monitoring objects can only be available in synchronization block.

class A {
   int a = 0;
  //something......
  public void add() {
   synchronization(this) {
      //this is your monitoring object and thread has to wait to gain lock on **this**
       }
  }

How to listen for a WebView finishing loading a URL?

thanks for the answers. It helped me, but I had to improve it a bit for my needs. I had several pagestarts and finishes so I added a timer which checks if atfer the pagefinish is started a new pagestart. Okay, bad explanation. See the code :)

myWebView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient() {
        boolean loadingFinished = true;
        boolean redirect = false;

        long last_page_start;
        long now;

        // Load the url
        public boolean shouldOverrideUrlLoading(WebView view, String url) {
            if (!loadingFinished) {
                redirect = true;
            }

            loadingFinished = false;
            view.loadUrl(url);
            return false;
        }

        @Override
        public void onPageStarted(WebView view, String url, Bitmap favicon) {
            Log.i("p","pagestart");
            loadingFinished = false;
            last_page_start = System.nanoTime();
            show_splash();
        }

        // When finish loading page
        public void onPageFinished(WebView view, String url) {
            Log.i("p","pagefinish");
            if(!redirect){
                loadingFinished = true;
            }
            //call remove_splash in 500 miSec
            if(loadingFinished && !redirect){
                now = System.nanoTime();
                new android.os.Handler().postDelayed(
                        new Runnable() {
                            public void run() {
                                remove_splash();
                            }
                        },
                        500);
            } else{
                redirect = false;
            }
        }
        private void show_splash() {
            if(myWebView.getVisibility() == View.VISIBLE) {
                myWebView.setVisibility(View.GONE);
                myWebView_splash.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
            }
        }
        //if a new "page start" was fired dont remove splash screen
        private void remove_splash() {
            if (last_page_start < now) {
                myWebView.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
                myWebView_splash.setVisibility(View.GONE);
            }
        }

});

Multi-dimensional arrays in Bash

I do this using associative arrays since bash 4 and setting IFS to a value that can be defined manually.

The purpose of this approach is to have arrays as values of associative array keys.

In order to set IFS back to default just unset it.

  • unset IFS

This is an example:

#!/bin/bash

set -euo pipefail

# used as value in asscciative array
test=(
  "x3:x4:x5"
)
# associative array
declare -A wow=(
  ["1"]=$test
  ["2"]=$test
)
echo "default IFS"
for w in ${wow[@]}; do
  echo "  $w"
done

IFS=:
echo "IFS=:"
for w in ${wow[@]}; do
  for t in $w; do
    echo "  $t"
  done
done
echo -e "\n or\n"
for w in ${!wow[@]}
do
  echo "  $w"
  for t in ${wow[$w]}
  do
    echo "    $t"
  done
done

unset IFS
unset w
unset t
unset wow
unset test

The output of the script below is:

default IFS
  x3:x4:x5
  x3:x4:x5
IFS=:
  x3
  x4
  x5
  x3
  x4
  x5

 or

  1
    x3
    x4
    x5
  2
    x3
    x4
    x5

How to create a custom string representation for a class object?

If you have to choose between __repr__ or __str__ go for the first one, as by default implementation __str__ calls __repr__ when it wasn't defined.

Custom Vector3 example:

class Vector3(object):
    def __init__(self, args):
        self.x = args[0]
        self.y = args[1]
        self.z = args[2]

    def __repr__(self):
        return "Vector3([{0},{1},{2}])".format(self.x, self.y, self.z)

    def __str__(self):
        return "x: {0}, y: {1}, z: {2}".format(self.x, self.y, self.z)

In this example, repr returns again a string that can be directly consumed/executed, whereas str is more useful as a debug output.

v = Vector3([1,2,3])
print repr(v)    #Vector3([1,2,3])
print str(v)     #x:1, y:2, z:3

Using SSH keys inside docker container

If you don't care about the security of your SSH keys, there are many good answers here. If you do, the best answer I found was from a link in a comment above to this GitHub comment by diegocsandrim. So that others are more likely to see it, and just in case that repo ever goes away, here is an edited version of that answer:

Most solutions here end up leaving the private key in the image. This is bad, as anyone with access to the image has access to your private key. Since we don't know enough about the behavior of squash, this may still be the case even if you delete the key and squash that layer.

We generate a pre-sign URL to access the key with aws s3 cli, and limit the access for about 5 minutes, we save this pre-sign URL into a file in repo directory, then in dockerfile we add it to the image.

In dockerfile we have a RUN command that do all these steps: use the pre-sing URL to get the ssh key, run npm install, and remove the ssh key.

By doing this in one single command the ssh key would not be stored in any layer, but the pre-sign URL will be stored, and this is not a problem because the URL will not be valid after 5 minutes.

The build script looks like:

# build.sh
aws s3 presign s3://my_bucket/my_key --expires-in 300 > ./pre_sign_url
docker build -t my-service .

Dockerfile looks like this:

FROM node

COPY . .

RUN eval "$(ssh-agent -s)" && \
    wget -i ./pre_sign_url -q -O - > ./my_key && \
    chmod 700 ./my_key && \
    ssh-add ./my_key && \
    ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no [email protected] || true && \
    npm install --production && \
    rm ./my_key && \
    rm -rf ~/.ssh/*

ENTRYPOINT ["npm", "run"]

CMD ["start"]

Android scale animation on view

public void expand(final View v) {
        ScaleAnimation scaleAnimation = new ScaleAnimation(1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0);
        scaleAnimation.setDuration(250);
        scaleAnimation.setAnimationListener(new Animation.AnimationListener() {
            @Override
            public void onAnimationStart(Animation animation) {

            }

            @Override
            public void onAnimationEnd(Animation animation) {
                v.setVisibility(View.INVISIBLE);
            }

            @Override
            public void onAnimationRepeat(Animation animation) {

            }
        });
        v.startAnimation(scaleAnimation);
    }

    public void collapse(final View v) {
        ScaleAnimation scaleAnimation = new ScaleAnimation(1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0);
        scaleAnimation.setDuration(250);
        scaleAnimation.setAnimationListener(new Animation.AnimationListener() {
            @Override
            public void onAnimationStart(Animation animation) {

            }

            @Override
            public void onAnimationEnd(Animation animation) {
                v.setVisibility(View.VISIBLE);
            }

            @Override
            public void onAnimationRepeat(Animation animation) {

            }
        });
        v.startAnimation(scaleAnimation);
    }

Activate a virtualenv with a Python script

To run another Python environment according to the official Virtualenv documentation, in the command line you can specify the full path to the executable Python binary, just that (no need to active the virtualenv before):

/path/to/virtualenv/bin/python

The same applies if you want to invoke a script from the command line with your virtualenv. You don't need to activate it before:

me$ /path/to/virtualenv/bin/python myscript.py

The same for a Windows environment (whether it is from the command line or from a script):

> \path\to\env\Scripts\python.exe myscript.py

Access cell value of datatable

public V[] getV(DataTable dtCloned)
{

    V[] objV = new V[dtCloned.Rows.Count];
    MyClasses mc = new MyClasses();
    int i = 0;
    int intError = 0;
    foreach (DataRow dr in dtCloned.Rows)
    {
        try
        {
            V vs = new V();
            vs.R = int.Parse(mc.ReplaceChar(dr["r"].ToString()).Trim());
            vs.S = Int64.Parse(mc.ReplaceChar(dr["s"].ToString()).Trim());
            objV[i] = vs;
            i++;
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            //
            DataRow row = dtError.NewRow();
            row["r"] = dr["r"].ToString();
            row["s"] = dr["s"].ToString();
            dtError.Rows.Add(row);
            intError++;
        }
    }
    return vs;
}

T-SQL STOP or ABORT command in SQL Server

RAISERROR with severity 20 will report as error in Event Viewer.

You can use SET PARSEONLY ON; (or NOEXEC). At the end of script use GO SET PARSEONLY OFF;

SET PARSEONLY ON;
-- statement between here will not run

SELECT 'THIS WILL NOT EXEC';

GO
-- statement below here will run

SET PARSEONLY OFF;

The transaction log for database is full. To find out why space in the log cannot be reused, see the log_reuse_wait_desc column in sys.databases

As an aside, it is always a good practice (and possibly a solution for this type of issue) to delete a large number of rows by using batches:

WHILE EXISTS (SELECT 1 
              FROM   YourTable 
              WHERE  <yourCondition>) 
  DELETE TOP(10000) FROM YourTable 
  WHERE  <yourCondition>

ng-change get new value and original value

You can use something like ng-change=someMethod({{user.id}}). By keeping your value in side {{expression}} it will evaluate expression in-line and gives you current value(value before ng-change method is called).

<select ng-model="selectedValue" ng-change="change(selectedValue, '{{selectedValue}}')">

Multiple rows to one comma-separated value in Sql Server

Test Data

DECLARE @Table1 TABLE(ID INT, Value INT)
INSERT INTO @Table1 VALUES (1,100),(1,200),(1,300),(1,400)

Query

SELECT  ID
       ,STUFF((SELECT ', ' + CAST(Value AS VARCHAR(10)) [text()]
         FROM @Table1 
         WHERE ID = t.ID
         FOR XML PATH(''), TYPE)
        .value('.','NVARCHAR(MAX)'),1,2,' ') List_Output
FROM @Table1 t
GROUP BY ID

Result Set

+--------------------------+
¦ ID ¦     List_Output     ¦
¦----+---------------------¦
¦  1 ¦  100, 200, 300, 400 ¦
+--------------------------+

SQL Server 2017 and Later Versions

If you are working on SQL Server 2017 or later versions, you can use built-in SQL Server Function STRING_AGG to create the comma delimited list:

DECLARE @Table1 TABLE(ID INT, Value INT);
INSERT INTO @Table1 VALUES (1,100),(1,200),(1,300),(1,400);


SELECT ID , STRING_AGG([Value], ', ') AS List_Output
FROM @Table1
GROUP BY ID;

Result Set

+--------------------------+
¦ ID ¦     List_Output     ¦
¦----+---------------------¦
¦  1 ¦  100, 200, 300, 400 ¦
+--------------------------+

how can I set visible back to true in jquery

Depends on how you hid it.

If you used the CSS visibility value then

$('#test1').css('visibility', 'visible');

If you used CSS `display'

$('#test1').css('display', 'block'); //or inline or any of the other combos

You might even have made it opacity = 0

$('#test1').css('opacity', '1');

How to display image from database using php

instead of print $image; you should go for print "<img src=<?$image;?>>"

and note that $image should contain the path of your image.

So, If you are only storing the name of your image in database then instead of that you have to store the full path of your image in the database like /root/user/Documents/image.jpeg.

How can I use iptables on centos 7?

Put the IPtables configuration in the traditional file and it will be loaded after boot:

/etc/sysconfig/iptables

Eclipse "cannot find the tag library descriptor" for custom tags (not JSTL!)

I'm using Spring STS plugin and a Spring webmvc template project. I had to install the Maven m2e plugin first: http://www.eclipse.org/m2e/

And then clean the project. Under Project -> Clean...

check / uncheck checkbox using jquery?

You can set the state of the checkbox based on the value:

$('#your-checkbox').prop('checked', value == 1);

How to style SVG <g> element?

You actually cannot draw Container Elements

But you can use a "foreignObject" with a "SVG" inside it to simulate what you need.

http://jsfiddle.net/VBmbP/4/

<svg width="640" height="480" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
      <foreignObject id="G" width="300" height="200">
        <svg>
          <rect fill="blue" stroke-width="2" height="112" width="84" y="55" x="55" stroke-linecap="null" stroke-linejoin="null" stroke-dasharray="null" stroke="#000000"/>
          <ellipse fill="#FF0000" stroke="#000000" stroke-width="5" stroke-dasharray="null" stroke-linejoin="null" stroke-linecap="null" cx="155" cy="65" id="svg_7" rx="64" ry="56"/>     
        </svg>
          <style>
              #G {
                background: #cff; border: 1px dashed black;
              }
              #G:hover {
                background: #acc; border: 1px solid black;
              }
          </style>
      </foreignObject>
    </svg>

can't start MySql in Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard

I followed the exact same steps as answer #4....frustrating I know, but it finally worked when I installed the beta version and removed everything completely.

Removal help:

sudo rm /usr/local/mysql
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/mysql*
sudo rm -rf /Library/StartupItems/MySQLCOM
sudo rm -rf /Library/PreferencePanes/My*
rm -rf ~/Library/PreferencePanes/My*
sudo rm -rf /Library/Receipts/mysql*
sudo rm -rf /Library/Receipts/MySQL*
sudo rm -rf /private/var/db/receipts/com.mysql*

Then edit /etc/hostconfig and remove the line MYSQLCOM=-YES-

Also go to: /Library/Receipts and look for a file named “InstallHistory.plist”. It’s just a regular property list. Open it and look for the MySQL entry, and delete it.

Does HTML5 <video> playback support the .avi format?

There are three formats with a reasonable level of support: H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC), OGG Theora (VP3) and WebM (VP8). See the wiki linked by Sam for which browsers support which; you will typically need at least one of those plus Flash fallback.

Whilst most browsers won't touch AVI, there are some browser builds that expose all the multimedia capabilities of the underlying OS to <video>. These browser will indeed be able to play AVI, as long as they have matching codecs installed (AVI can contain about a million different video and audio formats). In particular Safari on OS X with QuickTime, or Konqi with GStreamer.

Personally I think this is an absolutely disastrous idea, as it exposes a very large codec codebase to the net, a codebase that was mostly not written to be resistant to network attacks. One of the worst drawbacks of media player plugins was the huge number of security holes they made available to every web page exploit. Let's not make this mistake again.

Cloning specific branch

you can use this command for particular branch clone :

git clone <url of repo> -b <branch name to be cloned>

Eg: git clone https://www.github.com/Repo/FirstRepo -b master

How to do this using jQuery - document.getElementById("selectlist").value

It can be done by three different ways,though all them are nearly the same

Javascript way

document.getElementById('test').value

Jquery way

$("#test").val()          

$("#test")[0].value             

$("#test").get(0).value

How can I disable notices and warnings in PHP within the .htaccess file?

I used ini_set('display_errors','off'); and it worked great.

jQuery Datepicker close datepicker after selected date

This is my edited version : you just need to add an extra argument "autoClose".

example :

 $('input[name="fieldName"]').datepicker({ autoClose: true});

also you can specify a close callback if you want. :)

replace datepicker.js with this:

!function( $ ) {

// Picker object

var Datepicker = function(element, options , closeCallBack){
    this.element = $(element);
    this.format = DPGlobal.parseFormat(options.format||this.element.data('date-format')||'dd/mm/yyyy');
    this.autoClose = options.autoClose||this.element.data('date-autoClose')|| true;
    this.closeCallback = closeCallBack || function(){};
    this.picker = $(DPGlobal.template)
                        .appendTo('body')
                        .on({
                            click: $.proxy(this.click, this)//,
                            //mousedown: $.proxy(this.mousedown, this)
                        });
    this.isInput = this.element.is('input');
    this.component = this.element.is('.date') ? this.element.find('.add-on') : false;

    if (this.isInput) {
        this.element.on({
            focus: $.proxy(this.show, this),
            //blur: $.proxy(this.hide, this),
            keyup: $.proxy(this.update, this)
        });
    } else {
        if (this.component){
            this.component.on('click', $.proxy(this.show, this));
        } else {
            this.element.on('click', $.proxy(this.show, this));
        }
    }

    this.minViewMode = options.minViewMode||this.element.data('date-minviewmode')||0;
    if (typeof this.minViewMode === 'string') {
        switch (this.minViewMode) {
            case 'months':
                this.minViewMode = 1;
                break;
            case 'years':
                this.minViewMode = 2;
                break;
            default:
                this.minViewMode = 0;
                break;
        }
    }
    this.viewMode = options.viewMode||this.element.data('date-viewmode')||0;
    if (typeof this.viewMode === 'string') {
        switch (this.viewMode) {
            case 'months':
                this.viewMode = 1;
                break;
            case 'years':
                this.viewMode = 2;
                break;
            default:
                this.viewMode = 0;
                break;
        }
    }
    this.startViewMode = this.viewMode;
    this.weekStart = options.weekStart||this.element.data('date-weekstart')||0;
    this.weekEnd = this.weekStart === 0 ? 6 : this.weekStart - 1;
    this.onRender = options.onRender;
    this.fillDow();
    this.fillMonths();
    this.update();
    this.showMode();
};

Datepicker.prototype = {
    constructor: Datepicker,

    show: function(e) {
        this.picker.show();
        this.height = this.component ? this.component.outerHeight() : this.element.outerHeight();
        this.place();
        $(window).on('resize', $.proxy(this.place, this));
        if (e ) {
            e.stopPropagation();
            e.preventDefault();
        }
        if (!this.isInput) {
        }
        var that = this;
        $(document).on('mousedown', function(ev){
            if ($(ev.target).closest('.datepicker').length == 0) {
                that.hide();
            }
        });
        this.element.trigger({
            type: 'show',
            date: this.date
        });
    },

    hide: function(){
        this.picker.hide();
        $(window).off('resize', this.place);
        this.viewMode = this.startViewMode;
        this.showMode();
        if (!this.isInput) {
            $(document).off('mousedown', this.hide);
        }
        //this.set();
        this.element.trigger({
            type: 'hide',
            date: this.date
        });
    },

    set: function() {
        var formated = DPGlobal.formatDate(this.date, this.format);
        if (!this.isInput) {
            if (this.component){
                this.element.find('input').prop('value', formated);
            }
            this.element.data('date', formated);
        } else {
            this.element.prop('value', formated);
        }
    },

    setValue: function(newDate) {
        if (typeof newDate === 'string') {
            this.date = DPGlobal.parseDate(newDate, this.format);
        } else {
            this.date = new Date(newDate);
        }
        this.set();
        this.viewDate = new Date(this.date.getFullYear(), this.date.getMonth(), 1, 0, 0, 0, 0);
        this.fill();
    },

    place: function(){
        var offset = this.component ? this.component.offset() : this.element.offset();
        this.picker.css({
            top: offset.top + this.height,
            left: offset.left
        });
    },

    update: function(newDate){
        this.date = DPGlobal.parseDate(
            typeof newDate === 'string' ? newDate : (this.isInput ? this.element.prop('value') : this.element.data('date')),
            this.format
        );
        this.viewDate = new Date(this.date.getFullYear(), this.date.getMonth(), 1, 0, 0, 0, 0);
        this.fill();
    },

    fillDow: function(){
        var dowCnt = this.weekStart;
        var html = '<tr>';
        while (dowCnt < this.weekStart + 7) {
            html += '<th class="dow">'+DPGlobal.dates.daysMin[(dowCnt++)%7]+'</th>';
        }
        html += '</tr>';
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-days thead').append(html);
    },

    fillMonths: function(){
        var html = '';
        var i = 0
        while (i < 12) {
            html += '<span class="month">'+DPGlobal.dates.monthsShort[i++]+'</span>';
        }
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-months td').append(html);
    },

    fill: function() {
        var d = new Date(this.viewDate),
            year = d.getFullYear(),
            month = d.getMonth(),
            currentDate = this.date.valueOf();
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-days th:eq(1)')
                    .text(DPGlobal.dates.months[month]+' '+year);
        var prevMonth = new Date(year, month-1, 28,0,0,0,0),
            day = DPGlobal.getDaysInMonth(prevMonth.getFullYear(), prevMonth.getMonth());
        prevMonth.setDate(day);
        prevMonth.setDate(day - (prevMonth.getDay() - this.weekStart + 7)%7);
        var nextMonth = new Date(prevMonth);
        nextMonth.setDate(nextMonth.getDate() + 42);
        nextMonth = nextMonth.valueOf();
        var html = [];
        var clsName,
            prevY,
            prevM;
        while(prevMonth.valueOf() < nextMonth) {zs
            if (prevMonth.getDay() === this.weekStart) {
                html.push('<tr>');
            }
            clsName = this.onRender(prevMonth);
            prevY = prevMonth.getFullYear();
            prevM = prevMonth.getMonth();
            if ((prevM < month &&  prevY === year) ||  prevY < year) {
                clsName += ' old';
            } else if ((prevM > month && prevY === year) || prevY > year) {
                clsName += ' new';
            }
            if (prevMonth.valueOf() === currentDate) {
                clsName += ' active';
            }
            html.push('<td class="day '+clsName+'">'+prevMonth.getDate() + '</td>');
            if (prevMonth.getDay() === this.weekEnd) {
                html.push('</tr>');
            }
            prevMonth.setDate(prevMonth.getDate()+1);
        }
        this.picker.find('.datepicker-days tbody').empty().append(html.join(''));
        var currentYear = this.date.getFullYear();

        var months = this.picker.find('.datepicker-months')
                    .find('th:eq(1)')
                        .text(year)
                        .end()
                    .find('span').removeClass('active');
        if (currentYear === year) {
            months.eq(this.date.getMonth()).addClass('active');
        }

        html = '';
        year = parseInt(year/10, 10) * 10;
        var yearCont = this.picker.find('.datepicker-years')
                            .find('th:eq(1)')
                                .text(year + '-' + (year + 9))
                                .end()
                            .find('td');
        year -= 1;
        for (var i = -1; i < 11; i++) {
            html += '<span class="year'+(i === -1 || i === 10 ? ' old' : '')+(currentYear === year ? ' active' : '')+'">'+year+'</span>';
            year += 1;
        }
        yearCont.html(html);
    },

    click: function(e) {
        e.stopPropagation();
        e.preventDefault();
        var target = $(e.target).closest('span, td, th');
        if (target.length === 1) {
            switch(target[0].nodeName.toLowerCase()) {
                case 'th':
                    switch(target[0].className) {
                        case 'switch':
                            this.showMode(1);
                            break;
                        case 'prev':
                        case 'next':
                            this.viewDate['set'+DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].navFnc].call(
                                this.viewDate,
                                this.viewDate['get'+DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].navFnc].call(this.viewDate) + 
                                DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].navStep * (target[0].className === 'prev' ? -1 : 1)
                            );
                            this.fill();
                            this.set();
                            break;
                    }
                    break;
                case 'span':
                    if (target.is('.month')) {
                        var month = target.parent().find('span').index(target);
                        this.viewDate.setMonth(month);
                    } else {
                        var year = parseInt(target.text(), 10)||0;
                        this.viewDate.setFullYear(year);
                    }
                    if (this.viewMode !== 0) {
                        this.date = new Date(this.viewDate);
                        this.element.trigger({
                            type: 'changeDate',
                            date: this.date,
                            viewMode: DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].clsName
                        });
                    }
                    this.showMode(-1);
                    this.fill();
                    this.set();
                    break;
                case 'td':
                    if (target.is('.day') && !target.is('.disabled')){
                        var day = parseInt(target.text(), 10)||1;
                        var month = this.viewDate.getMonth();
                        if (target.is('.old')) {
                            month -= 1;
                        } else if (target.is('.new')) {
                            month += 1;
                        }
                        var year = this.viewDate.getFullYear();
                        this.date = new Date(year, month, day,0,0,0,0);
                        this.viewDate = new Date(year, month, Math.min(28, day),0,0,0,0);
                        this.fill();
                        this.set();
                        this.element.trigger({
                            type: 'changeDate',
                            date: this.date,
                            viewMode: DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].clsName
                        });
                        if(this.autoClose === true){
                            this.hide();
                            this.closeCallback();
                        }

                    }
                    break;
            }
        }
    },

    mousedown: function(e){
        e.stopPropagation();
        e.preventDefault();
    },

    showMode: function(dir) {
        if (dir) {
            this.viewMode = Math.max(this.minViewMode, Math.min(2, this.viewMode + dir));
        }
        this.picker.find('>div').hide().filter('.datepicker-'+DPGlobal.modes[this.viewMode].clsName).show();
    }
};

$.fn.datepicker = function ( option, val ) {
    return this.each(function () {
        var $this = $(this);
        var datePicker = $this.data('datepicker');
        var options = typeof option === 'object' && option;
        if (!datePicker) {
            if (typeof val === 'function')
                $this.data('datepicker', (datePicker = new Datepicker(this, $.extend({}, $.fn.datepicker.defaults,options),val)));
            else{
                $this.data('datepicker', (datePicker = new Datepicker(this, $.extend({}, $.fn.datepicker.defaults,options))));
            }
        }
        if (typeof option === 'string') datePicker[option](val);

    });
};

$.fn.datepicker.defaults = {
    onRender: function(date) {
        return '';
    }
};
$.fn.datepicker.Constructor = Datepicker;

var DPGlobal = {
    modes: [
        {
            clsName: 'days',
            navFnc: 'Month',
            navStep: 1
        },
        {
            clsName: 'months',
            navFnc: 'FullYear',
            navStep: 1
        },
        {
            clsName: 'years',
            navFnc: 'FullYear',
            navStep: 10
    }],
    dates:{
        days: ["Dimanche", "Lundi", "Mardi", "Mercredi", "Jeudi", "Vendredi", "Samedi", "Dimanche"],
                    daysShort: ["Dim", "Lun", "Mar", "Mer", "Jeu", "Ven", "Sam", "Dim"],
                    daysMin: ["D", "L", "Ma", "Me", "J", "V", "S", "D"],
                    months: ["Janvier", "Février", "Mars", "Avril", "Mai", "Juin", "Juillet", "Août", "Septembre", "Octobre", "Novembre", "Décembre"],
                    monthsShort: ["Jan", "Fév", "Mar", "Avr", "Mai", "Jui", "Jul", "Aou", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Déc"],
                    today: "Aujourd'hui",
                    clear: "Effacer",
                    weekStart: 1,
                    format: "dd/mm/yyyy"
    },
    isLeapYear: function (year) {
        return (((year % 4 === 0) && (year % 100 !== 0)) || (year % 400 === 0))
    },
    getDaysInMonth: function (year, month) {
        return [31, (DPGlobal.isLeapYear(year) ? 29 : 28), 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31][month]
    },
    parseFormat: function(format){
        var separator = format.match(/[.\/\-\s].*?/),
            parts = format.split(/\W+/);
        if (!separator || !parts || parts.length === 0){
            throw new Error("Invalid date format.");
        }
        return {separator: separator, parts: parts};
    },
    parseDate: function(date, format) {
        var parts = date.split(format.separator),
            date = new Date(),
            val;
        date.setHours(0);
        date.setMinutes(0);
        date.setSeconds(0);
        date.setMilliseconds(0);
        if (parts.length === format.parts.length) {
            var year = date.getFullYear(), day = date.getDate(), month = date.getMonth();
            for (var i=0, cnt = format.parts.length; i < cnt; i++) {
                val = parseInt(parts[i], 10)||1;
                switch(format.parts[i]) {
                    case 'dd':
                    case 'd':
                        day = val;
                        date.setDate(val);
                        break;
                    case 'mm':
                    case 'm':
                        month = val - 1;
                        date.setMonth(val - 1);
                        break;
                    case 'yy':
                        year = 2000 + val;
                        date.setFullYear(2000 + val);
                        break;
                    case 'yyyy':
                        year = val;
                        date.setFullYear(val);
                        break;
                }
            }
            date = new Date(year, month, day, 0 ,0 ,0);
        }
        return date;
    },
    formatDate: function(date, format){
        var val = {
            d: date.getDate(),
            m: date.getMonth() + 1,
            yy: date.getFullYear().toString().substring(2),
            yyyy: date.getFullYear()
        };
        val.dd = (val.d < 10 ? '0' : '') + val.d;
        val.mm = (val.m < 10 ? '0' : '') + val.m;
        var date = [];
        for (var i=0, cnt = format.parts.length; i < cnt; i++) {
            date.push(val[format.parts[i]]);
        }
        return date.join(format.separator);
    },
    headTemplate: '<thead>'+
                        '<tr>'+
                            '<th class="prev">&lsaquo;</th>'+
                            '<th colspan="5" class="switch"></th>'+
                            '<th class="next">&rsaquo;</th>'+
                        '</tr>'+
                    '</thead>',
    contTemplate: '<tbody><tr><td colspan="7"></td></tr></tbody>'
};
DPGlobal.template = '<div class="datepicker dropdown-menu">'+
                        '<div class="datepicker-days">'+
                            '<table class=" table-condensed">'+
                                DPGlobal.headTemplate+
                                '<tbody></tbody>'+
                            '</table>'+
                        '</div>'+
                        '<div class="datepicker-months">'+
                            '<table class="table-condensed">'+
                                DPGlobal.headTemplate+
                                DPGlobal.contTemplate+
                            '</table>'+
                        '</div>'+
                        '<div class="datepicker-years">'+
                            '<table class="table-condensed">'+
                                DPGlobal.headTemplate+
                                DPGlobal.contTemplate+
                            '</table>'+
                        '</div>'+
                    '</div>';

}( window.jQuery );

How to create a signed APK file using Cordova command line interface?

##Generated signed apk from commandline
#variables
APP_NAME=THE_APP_NAME
APK_LOCATION=./
APP_HOME=/path/to/THE_APP
APP_KEY=/path/to/Android_key
APP_KEY_ALIAS=the_alias
APP_KEY_PASSWORD=123456789
zipalign=$ANDROID_HOME/build-tools/28.0.3/zipalign

#the logic
cd $APP_HOME
cordova build --release android
cd platforms/android/app/build/outputs/apk/release
jarsigner -verbose -sigalg SHA1withRSA -digestalg SHA1 -keystore $APP_KEY ./app-release-unsigned.apk $APP_KEY_ALIAS <<< $APP_KEY_PASSWORD
rm -rf "$APK_LOCATION/$APP_NAME.apk"
$zipalign -v 4 ./app-release-unsigned.apk "$APK_LOCATION/$APP_NAME.apk"
open $APK_LOCATION
#the end

Git: How to remove proxy

You can list all the global settings using

git config --global --list

My proxy settings were set as

...
remote.origin.proxy=
remote.origin.proxy=address:port
...

The command git config --global --unset remote.origin.proxy did not work.

So I found the global .gitconfig file it was in, using this

git config --list --show-origin

And manually removed the proxy fields.

Python: printing a file to stdout

If you need to do this with the pathlib module, you can use pathlib.Path.open() to open the file and print the text from read():

from pathlib import Path

fpath = Path("somefile.txt")

with fpath.open() as f:
    print(f.read())

Or simply call pathlib.Path.read_text():

from pathlib import Path

fpath = Path("somefile.txt")

print(fpath.read_text())

Django datetime issues (default=datetime.now())

datetime.now() is being evaluated once, when your class is instantiated. Try removing the parenthesis so that the function datetime.now is returned and THEN evaluated. I had the same issue with setting default values for my DateTimeFields and wrote up my solution here.

How do you do relative time in Rails?

Another approach is to unload some logic from the backend and maek the browser do the job by using Javascript plugins such as:

jQuery time ago or its Rails Gem adaptation

How to find file accessed/created just few minutes ago

To find files accessed 1, 2, or 3 minutes ago use -3

find . -cmin -3

Matplotlib: "Unknown projection '3d'" error

Import mplot3d whole to use "projection = '3d'".

Insert the command below in top of your script. It should run fine.

from mpl_toolkits import mplot3d

What primitive data type is time_t?

You could always use something like mktime to create a known time (midnight, last night) and use difftime to get a double-precision time difference between the two. For a platform-independant solution, unless you go digging into the details of your libraries, you're not going to do much better than that. According to the C spec, the definition of time_t is implementation-defined (meaning that each implementation of the library can define it however they like, as long as library functions with use it behave according to the spec.)

That being said, the size of time_t on my linux machine is 8 bytes, which suggests a long int or a double. So I did:

int main()
{
    for(;;)
    {
        printf ("%ld\n", time(NULL));
        printf ("%f\n", time(NULL));
        sleep(1);
    }
    return 0;
}

The time given by the %ld increased by one each step and the float printed 0.000 each time. If you're hell-bent on using printf to display time_ts, your best bet is to try your own such experiment and see how it work out on your platform and with your compiler.

Excel formula to search if all cells in a range read "True", if not, then show "False"

=COUNTIFS(1:1,FALSE)=0

This will return TRUE or FALSE (Looks for FALSE, if count isn't 0 (all True) it will be false

Change the spacing of tick marks on the axis of a plot?

And if you don't want R to add decimals or zeros, you can stop it from drawing the x axis or the y axis or both using ...axt. Then, you can add your own ticks and labels:

plot(x, y, xaxt="n")
plot(x, y, yaxt="n")
axis(1 or 2, at=c(1, 5, 10), labels=c("First", "Second", "Third"))

LEFT OUTER JOIN in LINQ

If you need to join and filter on something, that can be done outside of the join. Filter can be done after creating the collection.

In this case if I do this in the join condition I reduce the rows that are returned.

Ternary condition is used (= n == null ? "__" : n.MonDayNote,)

  • If the object is null (so no match), then return what is after the ?. __, in this case.

  • Else, return what is after the :, n.MonDayNote.

Thanks to the other contributors that is where I started with my own issue.


        var schedLocations = (from f in db.RAMS_REVENUE_LOCATIONS
              join n in db.RAMS_LOCATION_PLANNED_MANNING on f.revenueCenterID equals

                  n.revenueCenterID into lm

              from n in lm.DefaultIfEmpty()

              join r in db.RAMS_LOCATION_SCHED_NOTE on f.revenueCenterID equals r.revenueCenterID
              into locnotes

              from r in locnotes.DefaultIfEmpty()
              where f.LocID == nLocID && f.In_Use == true && f.revenueCenterID > 1000

              orderby f.Areano ascending, f.Locname ascending
              select new
              {
                  Facname = f.Locname,
                  f.Areano,
                  f.revenueCenterID,
                  f.Locabbrev,

                  //  MonNote = n == null ? "__" : n.MonDayNote,
                  MonNote = n == null ? "__" : n.MonDayNote,
                  TueNote = n == null ? "__" : n.TueDayNote,
                  WedNote = n == null ? "__" : n.WedDayNote,
                  ThuNote = n == null ? "__" : n.ThuDayNote,

                  FriNote = n == null ? "__" : n.FriDayNote,
                  SatNote = n == null ? "__" : n.SatDayNote,
                  SunNote = n == null ? "__" : n.SunDayNote,
                  MonEmpNbr = n == null ? 0 : n.MonEmpNbr,
                  TueEmpNbr = n == null ? 0 : n.TueEmpNbr,
                  WedEmpNbr = n == null ? 0 : n.WedEmpNbr,
                  ThuEmpNbr = n == null ? 0 : n.ThuEmpNbr,
                  FriEmpNbr = n == null ? 0 : n.FriEmpNbr,
                  SatEmpNbr = n == null ? 0 : n.SatEmpNbr,
                  SunEmpNbr = n == null ? 0 : n.SunEmpNbr,
                  SchedMondayDate = n == null ? dMon : n.MondaySchedDate,
                  LocNotes = r == null ? "Notes: N/A" : r.LocationNote

              }).ToList();
                Func<int, string> LambdaManning = (x) => { return x == 0 ? "" : "Manning:" + x.ToString(); };
        DataTable dt_ScheduleMaster = PsuedoSchedule.Tables["ScheduleMasterWithNotes"];
        var schedLocations2 = schedLocations.Where(x => x.SchedMondayDate == dMon);

How do I pass a command line argument while starting up GDB in Linux?

I'm using GDB7.1.1, as --help shows:

gdb [options] --args executable-file [inferior-arguments ...]

IMHO, the order is a bit unintuitive at first.

Opening XML page shows "This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it."

This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.

You will get this error in the client side when the client (the webbrowser) for some reason interprets the HTTP response content as text/xml instead of text/html and the parsed XML tree doesn't have any XML-stylesheet. In other words, the webbrowser incorrectly parsed the retrieved HTTP response content as XML instead of as HTML due to the wrong or missing HTTP response content type.

In case of JSF/Facelets files which have the default extension of .xhtml, that can in turn happen if the HTTP request hasn't invoked the FacesServlet and thus it wasn't able to parse the Facelets file and generate the desired HTML output based on the XHTML source code. Firefox is then merely guessing the HTTP response content type based on the .xhtml file extension which is in your Firefox configuration apparently by default interpreted as text/xml.

You need to make sure that the HTTP request URL, as you see in browser's address bar, matches the <url-pattern> of the FacesServlet as registered in webapp's web.xml, so that it will be invoked and be able to generate the desired HTML output based on the XHTML source code. If it's for example *.jsf, then you need to open the page by /some.jsf instead of /some.xhtml. Alternatively, you can also just change the <url-pattern> to *.xhtml. This way you never need to fiddle with virtual URLs.

See also:


Note thus that you don't actually need a XML stylesheet. This all was just misinterpretation by the webbrowser while trying to do its best to make something presentable out of the retrieved HTTP response content. It should actually have retrieved the properly generated HTML output, Firefox surely knows precisely how to deal with HTML content.

How to find Port number of IP address?

Port numbers are defined by convention. HTTP servers generally listen on port 80, ssh servers listen on 22. But there are no requirements that they do.

Remove part of a string

Use regular expressions. In this case, you can use gsub:

gsub("^.*?_","_","ATGAS_1121")
[1] "_1121"

This regular expression matches the beginning of the string (^), any character (.) repeated zero or more times (*), and underscore (_). The ? makes the match "lazy" so that it only matches are far as the first underscore. That match is replaced with just an underscore. See ?regex for more details and references

Find all table names with column name?

Try Like This: For SQL SERVER 2008+

SELECT c.name AS ColName, t.name AS TableName
FROM sys.columns c
    JOIN sys.tables t ON c.object_id = t.object_id
WHERE c.name LIKE '%MyColumnaName%'

Or

SELECT COLUMN_NAME, TABLE_NAME 
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS 
WHERE COLUMN_NAME LIKE '%MyName%'

Or Something Like This:

SELECT name  
FROM sys.tables 
WHERE OBJECT_ID IN ( SELECT id 
              FROM syscolumns 
              WHERE name like '%COlName%' )

Where does Android emulator store SQLite database?

Simple Solution - works for both Emulator & Connected Devices

1 See the list of devices/emulators currently available.

$ adb devices

List of devices attached

G7NZCJ015313309 device emulator-5554 device

9885b6454e46383744 device

2 Run backup on your device/emulator

$ adb -s emulator-5554 backup -f ~/Desktop/data.ab -noapk com.your_app_package.app;

3 Extract data.ab

$ dd if=data.ab bs=1 skip=24 | openssl zlib -d | tar -xvf -;

You will find the database in /db folder

Reimport a module in python while interactive

In python 3, reload is no longer a built in function.

If you are using python 3.4+ you should use reload from the importlib library instead:

import importlib
importlib.reload(some_module)

If you are using python 3.2 or 3.3 you should:

import imp  
imp.reload(module)  

instead. See http://docs.python.org/3.0/library/imp.html#imp.reload

If you are using ipython, definitely consider using the autoreload extension:

%load_ext autoreload
%autoreload 2

pycharm convert tabs to spaces automatically

For selections, you can also convert the selection using the "To spaces" function. I usually just use it via the ctrl-shift-A then find "To Spaces" from there.

How to trigger click event on href element

Just want to let you guys know, the accepted answer doesn't always work.

Here's an example it will fail.

if <href='/list'>

href = $('css_selector').attr('href')
"/list"
href = document.querySelector('css_selector').href
"http://localhost/list"

or you could append the href you got from jQuery to this

href = document.URL +$('css_selector').attr('href');

or jQuery way

href = $('css_selector').prop('href')

Finally, invoke it to change the browser current page's url

window.location.href = href

or pop it out using window.open(url)

Here's an example in JSFiddle.

multiprocessing.Pool: When to use apply, apply_async or map?

Back in the old days of Python, to call a function with arbitrary arguments, you would use apply:

apply(f,args,kwargs)

apply still exists in Python2.7 though not in Python3, and is generally not used anymore. Nowadays,

f(*args,**kwargs)

is preferred. The multiprocessing.Pool modules tries to provide a similar interface.

Pool.apply is like Python apply, except that the function call is performed in a separate process. Pool.apply blocks until the function is completed.

Pool.apply_async is also like Python's built-in apply, except that the call returns immediately instead of waiting for the result. An AsyncResult object is returned. You call its get() method to retrieve the result of the function call. The get() method blocks until the function is completed. Thus, pool.apply(func, args, kwargs) is equivalent to pool.apply_async(func, args, kwargs).get().

In contrast to Pool.apply, the Pool.apply_async method also has a callback which, if supplied, is called when the function is complete. This can be used instead of calling get().

For example:

import multiprocessing as mp
import time

def foo_pool(x):
    time.sleep(2)
    return x*x

result_list = []
def log_result(result):
    # This is called whenever foo_pool(i) returns a result.
    # result_list is modified only by the main process, not the pool workers.
    result_list.append(result)

def apply_async_with_callback():
    pool = mp.Pool()
    for i in range(10):
        pool.apply_async(foo_pool, args = (i, ), callback = log_result)
    pool.close()
    pool.join()
    print(result_list)

if __name__ == '__main__':
    apply_async_with_callback()

may yield a result such as

[1, 0, 4, 9, 25, 16, 49, 36, 81, 64]

Notice, unlike pool.map, the order of the results may not correspond to the order in which the pool.apply_async calls were made.


So, if you need to run a function in a separate process, but want the current process to block until that function returns, use Pool.apply. Like Pool.apply, Pool.map blocks until the complete result is returned.

If you want the Pool of worker processes to perform many function calls asynchronously, use Pool.apply_async. The order of the results is not guaranteed to be the same as the order of the calls to Pool.apply_async.

Notice also that you could call a number of different functions with Pool.apply_async (not all calls need to use the same function).

In contrast, Pool.map applies the same function to many arguments. However, unlike Pool.apply_async, the results are returned in an order corresponding to the order of the arguments.

Why does Lua have no "continue" statement?

Again with the inverting, you could simply use the following code:

for k,v in pairs(t) do
  if not isstring(k) then 
    -- do something to t[k] when k is not a string
end

How to close the command line window after running a batch file?

Used this to start Xming, placed the bat file in the Start->Startup directory and now I have xming running on start up.

start "" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Xming\Xming.exe" -screen 0 -clipboard -multiwindow

How do you set, clear, and toggle a single bit?

Let suppose few things first
num = 55 Integer to perform bitwise operations (set, get, clear, toggle).
n = 4 0 based bit position to perform bitwise operations.

How to get a bit?

  1. To get the nth bit of num right shift num, n times. Then perform bitwise AND & with 1.
bit = (num >> n) & 1;

How it works?

       0011 0111 (55 in decimal)
    >>         4 (right shift 4 times)
-----------------
       0000 0011
     & 0000 0001 (1 in decimal)
-----------------
    => 0000 0001 (final result)

How to set a bit?

  1. To set a particular bit of number. Left shift 1 n times. Then perform bitwise OR | operation with num.
num |= (1 << n);    // Equivalent to; num = (1 << n) | num;

How it works?

       0000 0001 (1 in decimal)
    <<         4 (left shift 4 times)
-----------------
       0001 0000
     | 0011 0111 (55 in decimal)
-----------------
    => 0001 0000 (final result)

How to clear a bit?

  1. Left shift 1, n times i.e. 1 << n.
  2. Perform bitwise complement with the above result. So that the nth bit becomes unset and rest of bit becomes set i.e. ~ (1 << n).
  3. Finally, perform bitwise AND & operation with the above result and num. The above three steps together can be written as num & (~ (1 << n));

Steps to clear a bit

num &= (~(1 << n));    // Equivalent to; num = num & (~(1 << n));

How it works?

       0000 0001 (1 in decimal)
    <<         4 (left shift 4 times)
-----------------
     ~ 0001 0000
-----------------
       1110 1111
     & 0011 0111 (55 in decimal)
-----------------
    => 0010 0111 (final result)

How to toggle a bit?

To toggle a bit we use bitwise XOR ^ operator. Bitwise XOR operator evaluates to 1 if corresponding bit of both operands are different, otherwise evaluates to 0.

Which means to toggle a bit, we need to perform XOR operation with the bit you want to toggle and 1.

num ^= (1 << n);    // Equivalent to; num = num ^ (1 << n);

How it works?

  • If the bit to toggle is 0 then, 0 ^ 1 => 1.
  • If the bit to toggle is 1 then, 1 ^ 1 => 0.
       0000 0001 (1 in decimal)
    <<         4 (left shift 4 times)
-----------------
       0001 0000
     ^ 0011 0111 (55 in decimal)
-----------------
    => 0010 0111 (final result)

Recommended reading - Bitwise operator exercises

Scanner is skipping nextLine() after using next() or nextFoo()?

The problem is with the input.nextInt() method - it only reads the int value. So when you continue reading with input.nextLine() you receive the "\n" Enter key. So to skip this you have to add the input.nextLine(). Hope this should be clear now.

Try it like that:

System.out.print("Insert a number: ");
int number = input.nextInt();
input.nextLine(); // This line you have to add (It consumes the \n character)
System.out.print("Text1: ");
String text1 = input.nextLine();
System.out.print("Text2: ");
String text2 = input.nextLine();

Rename computer and join to domain in one step with PowerShell

I have a tested code to join domain and rename the computer to the servicetag.

code:

$servicetag = Get-WmiObject win32_bios | Select-Object -ExpandProperty SerialNumber
Add-Computer -Credential DOMAIN\USER -DomainName DOMAIN -NewName $servicetag

DOMAIN\USER = edit to a user on the domain that can join computers to the domain. Example:

mydomain\admin

DOMAIN = edit to the domain that you want to join. Example:

mydomain.local

powershell - list local users and their groups

Update as an alternative to the excellent answer from 2010:

You can now use the Get-LocalGroupMember, Get-LocalGroup, Get-LocalUser etc. to get and map users and groups

Example:

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Get-LocalGroupMember -name users

ObjectClass Name                             PrincipalSource 
----------- ----                             --------------- 
User        DESKTOP-R05QDNL\someUser1        Local           
User        DESKTOP-R05QDNL\someUser2        MicrosoftAccount
Group       NT AUTHORITY\INTERACTIVE         Unknown  

You could combine that with Get-LocalUser. Alias glu can also be used instead. Aliases exists for the majority of the new cmndlets.

In case some are wondering (I know you didn't ask about this) Adding users could be for example done like so:

$description = "Netshare user"
$userName = "Test User"
$user = "test.user"
$pwd = "pwd123"

New-LocalUser $user -Password (ConvertTo-SecureString $pwd -AsPlainText -Force) -FullName $userName -Description $description

HTML text input field with currency symbol

I just used :before with the input and passed $ as the content

input{ 
   margin-left: 20px;
 }
input:before {
  content: "$";
  position: absolute;
}

How to align checkboxes and their labels consistently cross-browsers

label {
    display: inline-block;
    padding-right: 10px;
}
input[type=checkbox] {
    position: relative;
    top: 2px;
}

How do I determine height and scrolling position of window in jQuery?

From jQuery Docs:

const height = $(window).height();
const scrollTop = $(window).scrollTop();

http://api.jquery.com/scrollTop/
http://api.jquery.com/height/

PostgreSQL: Drop PostgreSQL database through command line

When it says users are connected, what does the query "select * from pg_stat_activity;" say? Are the other users besides yourself now connected? If so, you might have to edit your pg_hba.conf file to reject connections from other users, or shut down whatever app is accessing the pg database to be able to drop it. I have this problem on occasion in production. Set pg_hba.conf to have a two lines like this:

local   all         all                               ident
host    all         all         127.0.0.1/32          reject

and tell pgsql to reload or restart (i.e. either sudo /etc/init.d/postgresql reload or pg_ctl reload) and now the only way to connect to your machine is via local sockets. I'm assuming you're on linux. If not this may need to be tweaked to something other than local / ident on that first line, to something like host ... yourusername.

Now you should be able to do:

psql postgres
drop database mydatabase;

Is there a regular expression to detect a valid regular expression?

/
^                                             # start of string
(                                             # first group start
  (?:
    (?:[^?+*{}()[\]\\|]+                      # literals and ^, $
     | \\.                                    # escaped characters
     | \[ (?: \^?\\. | \^[^\\] | [^\\^] )     # character classes
          (?: [^\]\\]+ | \\. )* \]
     | \( (?:\?[:=!]|\?<[=!]|\?>)? (?1)?? \)  # parenthesis, with recursive content
     | \(\? (?:R|[+-]?\d+) \)                 # recursive matching
     )
    (?: (?:[?+*]|\{\d+(?:,\d*)?\}) [?+]? )?   # quantifiers
  | \|                                        # alternative
  )*                                          # repeat content
)                                             # end first group
$                                             # end of string
/

This is a recursive regex, and is not supported by many regex engines. PCRE based ones should support it.

Without whitespace and comments:

/^((?:(?:[^?+*{}()[\]\\|]+|\\.|\[(?:\^?\\.|\^[^\\]|[^\\^])(?:[^\]\\]+|\\.)*\]|\((?:\?[:=!]|\?<[=!]|\?>)?(?1)??\)|\(\?(?:R|[+-]?\d+)\))(?:(?:[?+*]|\{\d+(?:,\d*)?\})[?+]?)?|\|)*)$/

.NET does not support recursion directly. (The (?1) and (?R) constructs.) The recursion would have to be converted to counting balanced groups:

^                                         # start of string
(?:
  (?: [^?+*{}()[\]\\|]+                   # literals and ^, $
   | \\.                                  # escaped characters
   | \[ (?: \^?\\. | \^[^\\] | [^\\^] )   # character classes
        (?: [^\]\\]+ | \\. )* \]
   | \( (?:\?[:=!]
         | \?<[=!]
         | \?>
         | \?<[^\W\d]\w*>
         | \?'[^\W\d]\w*'
         )?                               # opening of group
     (?<N>)                               #   increment counter
   | \)                                   # closing of group
     (?<-N>)                              #   decrement counter
   )
  (?: (?:[?+*]|\{\d+(?:,\d*)?\}) [?+]? )? # quantifiers
| \|                                      # alternative
)*                                        # repeat content
$                                         # end of string
(?(N)(?!))                                # fail if counter is non-zero.

Compacted:

^(?:(?:[^?+*{}()[\]\\|]+|\\.|\[(?:\^?\\.|\^[^\\]|[^\\^])(?:[^\]\\]+|\\.)*\]|\((?:\?[:=!]|\?<[=!]|\?>|\?<[^\W\d]\w*>|\?'[^\W\d]\w*')?(?<N>)|\)(?<-N>))(?:(?:[?+*]|\{\d+(?:,\d*)?\})[?+]?)?|\|)*$(?(N)(?!))

From the comments:

Will this validate substitutions and translations?

It will validate just the regex part of substitutions and translations. s/<this part>/.../

It is not theoretically possible to match all valid regex grammars with a regex.

It is possible if the regex engine supports recursion, such as PCRE, but that can't really be called regular expressions any more.

Indeed, a "recursive regular expression" is not a regular expression. But this an often-accepted extension to regex engines... Ironically, this extended regex doesn't match extended regexes.

"In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they're not." Almost everyone who knows regular expressions knows that regular expressions does not support recursion. But PCRE and most other implementations support much more than basic regular expressions.

using this with shell script in the grep command , it shows me some error.. grep: Invalid content of {} . I am making a script that could grep a code base to find all the files that contain regular expressions

This pattern exploits an extension called recursive regular expressions. This is not supported by the POSIX flavor of regex. You could try with the -P switch, to enable the PCRE regex flavor.

Regex itself "is not a regular language and hence cannot be parsed by regular expression..."

This is true for classical regular expressions. Some modern implementations allow recursion, which makes it into a Context Free language, although it is somewhat verbose for this task.

I see where you're matching []()/\. and other special regex characters. Where are you allowing non-special characters? It seems like this will match ^(?:[\.]+)$, but not ^abcdefg$. That's a valid regex.

[^?+*{}()[\]\\|] will match any single character, not part of any of the other constructs. This includes both literal (a - z), and certain special characters (^, $, .).

How to check if a process id (PID) exists

For example in GNU/Linux you can use:

Pid=$(pidof `process_name`)

if [ $Pid > 0 ]; then

   do something
else

   do something
fi 

Or something like

Pin=$(ps -A | grep name | awk 'print $4}')
echo $PIN

and that shows you the name of the app, just the name without ID.

Regex pattern to match at least 1 number and 1 character in a string

Why not first apply the whole test, and then add individual tests for characters and numbers? Anyway, if you want to do it all in one regexp, use positive lookahead:

/^(?=.*[0-9])(?=.*[a-zA-Z])([a-zA-Z0-9]+)$/

How do I get which JRadioButton is selected from a ButtonGroup

You can put and actionCommand to each radio button (string).

this.jButton1.setActionCommand("dog");
this.jButton2.setActionCommand("cat");
this.jButton3.setActionCommand("bird");

Assuming they're already in a ButtonGroup (state_group in this case) you can get the selected radio button like this:

String selection = this.state_group.getSelection().getActionCommand();

Hope this helps

Java: Convert String to TimeStamp

The easy way to convert String to java.sql.Timestamp:

Timestamp t = new Timestamp(DateUtil.provideDateFormat().parse("2019-01-14T12:00:00.000Z").getTime());

DateUtil.java:

import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.util.TimeZone;

public interface DateUtil {

  String ISO_DATE_FORMAT_ZERO_OFFSET = "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS'Z'";
  String UTC_TIMEZONE_NAME = "UTC";

  static SimpleDateFormat provideDateFormat() {
    SimpleDateFormat simpleDateFormat = new SimpleDateFormat(ISO_DATE_FORMAT_ZERO_OFFSET);
    simpleDateFormat.setTimeZone(TimeZone.getTimeZone(UTC_TIMEZONE_NAME));
    return simpleDateFormat;
  }
}

ASP.NET MVC3 Razor - Html.ActionLink style

VB sample:

 @Html.ActionLink("Home", "Index", Nothing, New With {.style = "font-weight:bold;", .class = "someClass"})

Sample Css:

.someClass
{
    color: Green !important;
}

In my case, I found that I need the !important attribute to over ride the site.css a:link css class

Extract images from PDF without resampling, in python?

Often in a PDF, the image is simply stored as-is. For example, a PDF with a jpg inserted will have a range of bytes somewhere in the middle that when extracted is a valid jpg file. You can use this to very simply extract byte ranges from the PDF. I wrote about this some time ago, with sample code: Extracting JPGs from PDFs.

How to compare two columns in Excel and if match, then copy the cell next to it

It might be easier with vlookup. Try this:

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,G:H,2,0),"")

The IFERROR() is for no matches, so that it throws "" in such cases.

VLOOKUP's first parameter is the value to 'look for' in the reference table, which is column G and H.

VLOOKUP will thus look for D2 in column G and return the value in the column index 2 (column G has column index 1, H will have column index 2), meaning that the value from column H will be returned.

The last parameter is 0 (or equivalently FALSE) to mean an exact match. That's what you need as opposed to approximate match.

sql query to find the duplicate records

This query uses the Group By and and Having clauses to allow you to select (locate and list out) for each duplicate record. The As clause is a convenience to refer to Quantity in the select and Order By clauses, but is not really part of getting you the duplicate rows.

Select
    Title,
    Count( Title ) As [Quantity]
   From
    Training
   Group By
    Title
   Having 
    Count( Title ) > 1
   Order By
    Quantity desc

source command not found in sh shell

The source command is built into some shells. If you have a script, it should specify what shell to use on the first line, such as:

#!/bin/bash

Undo scaffolding in Rails

use this

rails d scaffold MODEL_NAME

rake db:rollback

add an element to int [] array in java

Like others suggested you are better off using collection. If you however for some reason must stick to array then Apache Commons ArrayUtils may help:

int[] series = {4,2};
series = ArrayUtils.add(series, 3); // series is now {4,2,3}
series = ArrayUtils.add(series, 4); // series is now {4,2,3,4};

Note that the add method creates a new array, copies the given array and appends the new element at the end, which may have impact on performance.

Change border color on <select> HTML form

<style>
.form-error {
        border: 2px solid #e74c3c;
    }
</style>



<div class="form-error">
                                {!! Form::select('color', $colors->prepend('Please Select Color', ''),           ,['class' => 'form-control dropselect form-error'
                                ,'tabindex' => $count++, 'id' => 'color']) !!}
                                </div>

Getting String value from enum in Java

I believe enum have a .name() in its API, pretty simple to use like this example:

private int security;
public String security(){ return Security.values()[security].name(); }
public void setSecurity(int security){ this.security = security; }

    private enum Security {
            low,
            high
    }

With this you can simply call

yourObject.security() 

and it returns high/low as String, in this example

Gradle proxy configuration

If you are behind proxy and using eclipse, go to Window Menu --> Preferences --> General --> Network Connections. Select the Active Providers as 'Manual'.

Under Proxy entries section, click on HTTPS, click Edit and add proxy host & port. If username and password are required, give that as well. It worked for me!

Iterating through a range of dates in Python

Here's code for a general date range function, similar to Ber's answer, but more flexible:

def count_timedelta(delta, step, seconds_in_interval):
    """Helper function for iterate.  Finds the number of intervals in the timedelta."""
    return int(delta.total_seconds() / (seconds_in_interval * step))


def range_dt(start, end, step=1, interval='day'):
    """Iterate over datetimes or dates, similar to builtin range."""
    intervals = functools.partial(count_timedelta, (end - start), step)

    if interval == 'week':
        for i in range(intervals(3600 * 24 * 7)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(weeks=i) * step

    elif interval == 'day':
        for i in range(intervals(3600 * 24)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(days=i) * step

    elif interval == 'hour':
        for i in range(intervals(3600)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(hours=i) * step

    elif interval == 'minute':
        for i in range(intervals(60)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(minutes=i) * step

    elif interval == 'second':
        for i in range(intervals(1)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(seconds=i) * step

    elif interval == 'millisecond':
        for i in range(intervals(1 / 1000)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(milliseconds=i) * step

    elif interval == 'microsecond':
        for i in range(intervals(1e-6)):
            yield start + datetime.timedelta(microseconds=i) * step

    else:
        raise AttributeError("Interval must be 'week', 'day', 'hour' 'second', \
            'microsecond' or 'millisecond'.")

slf4j: how to log formatted message, object array, exception

In addition to @Ceki 's answer, If you are using logback and setup a config file in your project (usually logback.xml), you can define the log to plot the stack trace as well using

<encoder>
    <pattern>%date |%-5level| [%thread] [%file:%line] - %msg%n%ex{full}</pattern> 
</encoder>

the %ex in pattern is what makes the difference

How to set the color of "placeholder" text?

#Try this:

input[type="text"],textarea[type="text"]::-webkit-input-placeholder {
    color:#f51;
}
input[type="text"],textarea[type="text"]:-moz-placeholder {
    color:#f51;
}
input[type="text"],textarea[type="text"]::-moz-placeholder {
    color:#f51;
}
input[type="text"],textarea[type="text"]:-ms-input-placeholder {
    color:#f51;
}

##Works very well for me.

C programming in Visual Studio

Yes, you very well can learn C using Visual Studio.

Visual Studio comes with its own C compiler, which is actually the C++ compiler. Just use the .c file extension to save your source code.

You don't have to be using the IDE to compile C. You can write the source in Notepad, and compile it in command line using Developer Command Prompt which comes with Visual Studio.

Open the Developer Command Prompt, enter the directory you are working in, use the cl command to compile your C code.

For example, cl helloworld.c compiles a file named helloworld.c.

Refer this for more information: Walkthrough: Compiling a C Program on the Command Line

Hope this helps

Python - TypeError: 'int' object is not iterable

If the case is:

n=int(input())

Instead of -> for i in n: -> gives error- 'int' object is not iterable

Use -> for i in range(0,n): -> works fine..!

Declare global variables in Visual Studio 2010 and VB.NET

None of these answers seem to be changing anything for me.

I am converting an old Excel program to VB 2008. Of course, there are many Excel specific things to change, but something that is causing a headache seems to be this whole "Public" issue.

I have about 40 arrays all being referenced by about 20 modules. The arrays form the foundation of the entire project and are addressed by just about every procedure.

In Excel, I simply had to declare them all as Public. Worked great. No problem. But in VB2008, I'm finding it quite an issue. It is absurd to think that I have to go through thousands of lines of code merely to tell each reference where the Public has been declared. But even willing to do that, none of the schemes being proposed seems to help at all.

It appears that "Public" merely means "Public within this one module". Adding "Shared" seems to do nothing to change that. Adding the module name or anything else doesn't seem to change that. Each module insists that I declare all arrays (and about 100 other fundamental variables) within each module (a seemingly backward advance). And the "Imports" bit doesn't seem to know what I am talking about either, "cannot be found".

I have to sympathize with the questioner. Something seems terribly amiss with all of this.

How to set the title text color of UIButton?

You can set UIButton title color with hex code

btn.setTitleColor(UIColor(hexString: "#95469F"), for: .normal)

What are -moz- and -webkit-?

What are -moz- and -webkit-?

CSS properties starting with -webkit-, -moz-, -ms- or -o- are called vendor prefixes.


Why do different browsers add different prefixes for the same effect?

A good explanation of vendor prefixes comes from Peter-Paul Koch of QuirksMode:

Originally, the point of vendor prefixes was to allow browser makers to start supporting experimental CSS declarations.

Let's say a W3C working group is discussing a grid declaration (which, incidentally, wouldn't be such a bad idea). Let's furthermore say that some people create a draft specification, but others disagree with some of the details. As we know, this process may take ages.

Let's furthermore say that Microsoft as an experiment decides to implement the proposed grid. At this point in time, Microsoft cannot be certain that the specification will not change. Therefore, instead of adding the grid to its CSS, it adds -ms-grid.

The vendor prefix kind of says "this is the Microsoft interpretation of an ongoing proposal." Thus, if the final definition of the grid is different, Microsoft can add a new CSS property grid without breaking pages that depend on -ms-grid.


UPDATE AS OF THE YEAR 2016

As this post 3 years old, it's important to mention that now most vendors do understand that these prefixes are just creating un-necessary duplicate code and that the situation where you need to specify 3 different CSS rules to get one effect working in all browser is an unwanted one.

As mentioned in this glossary about Mozilla's view on Vendor Prefix on May 3, 2016,

Browser vendors are now trying to get rid of vendor prefix for experimental features. They noticed that Web developers were using them on production Web sites, polluting the global space and making it more difficult for underdogs to perform well.

For example, just a few years ago, to set a rounded corner on a box you had to write:

-moz-border-radius: 10px 5px;
-webkit-border-top-left-radius: 10px;
-webkit-border-top-right-radius: 5px;
-webkit-border-bottom-right-radius: 10px;
-webkit-border-bottom-left-radius: 5px;
border-radius: 10px 5px;

But now that browsers have come to fully support this feature, you really only need the standardized version:

border-radius: 10px 5px;

Finding the right rules for all browsers

As still there's no standard for common CSS rules that work on all browsers, you can use tools like caniuse.com to check support of a rule across all major browsers.

You can also use pleeease.io/play. Pleeease is a Node.js application that easily processes your CSS. It simplifies the use of preprocessors and combines them with best postprocessors. It helps create clean stylesheets, support older browsers and offers better maintainability.

Input:

a {
  column-count: 3;
  column-gap: 10px;
  column-fill: auto;
}

Output:

a {
  -webkit-column-count: 3;
     -moz-column-count: 3;
          column-count: 3;
  -webkit-column-gap: 10px;
     -moz-column-gap: 10px;
          column-gap: 10px;
  -webkit-column-fill: auto;
     -moz-column-fill: auto;
          column-fill: auto;
}

How to convert OutputStream to InputStream?

From my point of view, java.io.PipedInputStream/java.io.PipedOutputStream is the best option to considere. In some situations you may want to use ByteArrayInputStream/ByteArrayOutputStream. The problem is that you need to duplicate the buffer to convert a ByteArrayOutputStream to a ByteArrayInputStream. Also ByteArrayOutpuStream/ByteArrayInputStream are limited to 2GB. Here is an OutpuStream/InputStream implementation I wrote to bypass ByteArrayOutputStream/ByteArrayInputStream limitations (Scala code, but easily understandable for java developpers):

import java.io.{IOException, InputStream, OutputStream}

import scala.annotation.tailrec

/** Acts as a replacement for ByteArrayOutputStream
  *
  */
class HugeMemoryOutputStream(capacity: Long) extends OutputStream {
  private val PAGE_SIZE: Int = 1024000
  private val ALLOC_STEP: Int = 1024

  /** Pages array
    *
    */
  private var streamBuffers: Array[Array[Byte]] = Array.empty[Array[Byte]]

  /** Allocated pages count
    *
    */
  private var pageCount: Int = 0

  /** Allocated bytes count
    *
    */
  private var allocatedBytes: Long = 0

  /** Current position in stream
    *
    */
  private var position: Long = 0

  /** Stream length
    *
    */
  private var length: Long = 0

  allocSpaceIfNeeded(capacity)

  /** Gets page count based on given length
    *
    * @param length   Buffer length
    * @return         Page count to hold the specified amount of data
    */
  private def getPageCount(length: Long) = {
    var pageCount = (length / PAGE_SIZE).toInt + 1

    if ((length % PAGE_SIZE) == 0) {
      pageCount -= 1
    }

    pageCount
  }

  /** Extends pages array
    *
    */
  private def extendPages(): Unit = {
    if (streamBuffers.isEmpty) {
      streamBuffers = new Array[Array[Byte]](ALLOC_STEP)
    }
    else {
      val newStreamBuffers = new Array[Array[Byte]](streamBuffers.length + ALLOC_STEP)
      Array.copy(streamBuffers, 0, newStreamBuffers, 0, streamBuffers.length)
      streamBuffers = newStreamBuffers
    }

    pageCount = streamBuffers.length
  }

  /** Ensures buffers are bug enough to hold specified amount of data
    *
    * @param value  Amount of data
    */
  private def allocSpaceIfNeeded(value: Long): Unit = {
    @tailrec
    def allocSpaceIfNeededIter(value: Long): Unit = {
      val currentPageCount = getPageCount(allocatedBytes)
      val neededPageCount = getPageCount(value)

      if (currentPageCount < neededPageCount) {
        if (currentPageCount == pageCount) extendPages()

        streamBuffers(currentPageCount) = new Array[Byte](PAGE_SIZE)
        allocatedBytes = (currentPageCount + 1).toLong * PAGE_SIZE

        allocSpaceIfNeededIter(value)
      }
    }

    if (value < 0) throw new Error("AllocSpaceIfNeeded < 0")
    if (value > 0) {
      allocSpaceIfNeededIter(value)

      length = Math.max(value, length)
      if (position > length) position = length
    }
  }

  /**
    * Writes the specified byte to this output stream. The general
    * contract for <code>write</code> is that one byte is written
    * to the output stream. The byte to be written is the eight
    * low-order bits of the argument <code>b</code>. The 24
    * high-order bits of <code>b</code> are ignored.
    * <p>
    * Subclasses of <code>OutputStream</code> must provide an
    * implementation for this method.
    *
    * @param      b the <code>byte</code>.
    */
  @throws[IOException]
  override def write(b: Int): Unit = {
    val buffer: Array[Byte] = new Array[Byte](1)

    buffer(0) = b.toByte

    write(buffer)
  }

  /**
    * Writes <code>len</code> bytes from the specified byte array
    * starting at offset <code>off</code> to this output stream.
    * The general contract for <code>write(b, off, len)</code> is that
    * some of the bytes in the array <code>b</code> are written to the
    * output stream in order; element <code>b[off]</code> is the first
    * byte written and <code>b[off+len-1]</code> is the last byte written
    * by this operation.
    * <p>
    * The <code>write</code> method of <code>OutputStream</code> calls
    * the write method of one argument on each of the bytes to be
    * written out. Subclasses are encouraged to override this method and
    * provide a more efficient implementation.
    * <p>
    * If <code>b</code> is <code>null</code>, a
    * <code>NullPointerException</code> is thrown.
    * <p>
    * If <code>off</code> is negative, or <code>len</code> is negative, or
    * <code>off+len</code> is greater than the length of the array
    * <code>b</code>, then an <tt>IndexOutOfBoundsException</tt> is thrown.
    *
    * @param      b   the data.
    * @param      off the start offset in the data.
    * @param      len the number of bytes to write.
    */
  @throws[IOException]
  override def write(b: Array[Byte], off: Int, len: Int): Unit = {
    @tailrec
    def writeIter(b: Array[Byte], off: Int, len: Int): Unit = {
      val currentPage: Int = (position / PAGE_SIZE).toInt
      val currentOffset: Int = (position % PAGE_SIZE).toInt

      if (len != 0) {
        val currentLength: Int = Math.min(PAGE_SIZE - currentOffset, len)
        Array.copy(b, off, streamBuffers(currentPage), currentOffset, currentLength)

        position += currentLength

        writeIter(b, off + currentLength, len - currentLength)
      }
    }

    allocSpaceIfNeeded(position + len)
    writeIter(b, off, len)
  }

  /** Gets an InputStream that points to HugeMemoryOutputStream buffer
    *
    * @return InputStream
    */
  def asInputStream(): InputStream = {
    new HugeMemoryInputStream(streamBuffers, length)
  }

  private class HugeMemoryInputStream(streamBuffers: Array[Array[Byte]], val length: Long) extends InputStream {
    /** Current position in stream
      *
      */
    private var position: Long = 0

    /**
      * Reads the next byte of data from the input stream. The value byte is
      * returned as an <code>int</code> in the range <code>0</code> to
      * <code>255</code>. If no byte is available because the end of the stream
      * has been reached, the value <code>-1</code> is returned. This method
      * blocks until input data is available, the end of the stream is detected,
      * or an exception is thrown.
      *
      * <p> A subclass must provide an implementation of this method.
      *
      * @return the next byte of data, or <code>-1</code> if the end of the
      *         stream is reached.
      */
    @throws[IOException]
    def read: Int = {
      val buffer: Array[Byte] = new Array[Byte](1)

      if (read(buffer) == 0) throw new Error("End of stream")
      else buffer(0)
    }

    /**
      * Reads up to <code>len</code> bytes of data from the input stream into
      * an array of bytes.  An attempt is made to read as many as
      * <code>len</code> bytes, but a smaller number may be read.
      * The number of bytes actually read is returned as an integer.
      *
      * <p> This method blocks until input data is available, end of file is
      * detected, or an exception is thrown.
      *
      * <p> If <code>len</code> is zero, then no bytes are read and
      * <code>0</code> is returned; otherwise, there is an attempt to read at
      * least one byte. If no byte is available because the stream is at end of
      * file, the value <code>-1</code> is returned; otherwise, at least one
      * byte is read and stored into <code>b</code>.
      *
      * <p> The first byte read is stored into element <code>b[off]</code>, the
      * next one into <code>b[off+1]</code>, and so on. The number of bytes read
      * is, at most, equal to <code>len</code>. Let <i>k</i> be the number of
      * bytes actually read; these bytes will be stored in elements
      * <code>b[off]</code> through <code>b[off+</code><i>k</i><code>-1]</code>,
      * leaving elements <code>b[off+</code><i>k</i><code>]</code> through
      * <code>b[off+len-1]</code> unaffected.
      *
      * <p> In every case, elements <code>b[0]</code> through
      * <code>b[off]</code> and elements <code>b[off+len]</code> through
      * <code>b[b.length-1]</code> are unaffected.
      *
      * <p> The <code>read(b,</code> <code>off,</code> <code>len)</code> method
      * for class <code>InputStream</code> simply calls the method
      * <code>read()</code> repeatedly. If the first such call results in an
      * <code>IOException</code>, that exception is returned from the call to
      * the <code>read(b,</code> <code>off,</code> <code>len)</code> method.  If
      * any subsequent call to <code>read()</code> results in a
      * <code>IOException</code>, the exception is caught and treated as if it
      * were end of file; the bytes read up to that point are stored into
      * <code>b</code> and the number of bytes read before the exception
      * occurred is returned. The default implementation of this method blocks
      * until the requested amount of input data <code>len</code> has been read,
      * end of file is detected, or an exception is thrown. Subclasses are encouraged
      * to provide a more efficient implementation of this method.
      *
      * @param      b   the buffer into which the data is read.
      * @param      off the start offset in array <code>b</code>
      *                 at which the data is written.
      * @param      len the maximum number of bytes to read.
      * @return the total number of bytes read into the buffer, or
      *         <code>-1</code> if there is no more data because the end of
      *         the stream has been reached.
      * @see java.io.InputStream#read()
      */
    @throws[IOException]
    override def read(b: Array[Byte], off: Int, len: Int): Int = {
      @tailrec
      def readIter(acc: Int, b: Array[Byte], off: Int, len: Int): Int = {
        val currentPage: Int = (position / PAGE_SIZE).toInt
        val currentOffset: Int = (position % PAGE_SIZE).toInt

        val count: Int = Math.min(len, length - position).toInt

        if (count == 0 || position >= length) acc
        else {
          val currentLength = Math.min(PAGE_SIZE - currentOffset, count)
          Array.copy(streamBuffers(currentPage), currentOffset, b, off, currentLength)

          position += currentLength

          readIter(acc + currentLength, b, off + currentLength, len - currentLength)
        }
      }

      readIter(0, b, off, len)
    }

    /**
      * Skips over and discards <code>n</code> bytes of data from this input
      * stream. The <code>skip</code> method may, for a variety of reasons, end
      * up skipping over some smaller number of bytes, possibly <code>0</code>.
      * This may result from any of a number of conditions; reaching end of file
      * before <code>n</code> bytes have been skipped is only one possibility.
      * The actual number of bytes skipped is returned. If <code>n</code> is
      * negative, the <code>skip</code> method for class <code>InputStream</code> always
      * returns 0, and no bytes are skipped. Subclasses may handle the negative
      * value differently.
      *
      * The <code>skip</code> method of this class creates a
      * byte array and then repeatedly reads into it until <code>n</code> bytes
      * have been read or the end of the stream has been reached. Subclasses are
      * encouraged to provide a more efficient implementation of this method.
      * For instance, the implementation may depend on the ability to seek.
      *
      * @param      n the number of bytes to be skipped.
      * @return the actual number of bytes skipped.
      */
    @throws[IOException]
    override def skip(n: Long): Long = {
      if (n < 0) 0
      else {
        position = Math.min(position + n, length)
        length - position
      }
    }
  }
}

Easy to use, no buffer duplication, no 2GB memory limit

val out: HugeMemoryOutputStream = new HugeMemoryOutputStream(initialCapacity /*may be 0*/)

out.write(...)
...

val in1: InputStream = out.asInputStream()

in1.read(...)
...

val in2: InputStream = out.asInputStream()

in2.read(...)
...

How can I get a resource "Folder" from inside my jar File?

Another solution, you can do it using ResourceLoader like this:

import org.springframework.core.io.Resource;
import org.apache.commons.io.FileUtils;

@Autowire
private ResourceLoader resourceLoader;

...

Resource resource = resourceLoader.getResource("classpath:/path/to/you/dir");
File file = resource.getFile();
Iterator<File> fi = FileUtils.iterateFiles(file, null, true);
while(fi.hasNext()) {
    load(fi.next())
}

How to clamp an integer to some range?

Whatever happened to my beloved readable Python language? :-)

Seriously, just make it a function:

def addInRange(val, add, minval, maxval):
    newval = val + add
    if newval < minval: return minval
    if newval > maxval: return maxval
    return newval

then just call it with something like:

val = addInRange(val, 7, 0, 42)

Or a simpler, more flexible, solution where you do the calculation yourself:

def restrict(val, minval, maxval):
    if val < minval: return minval
    if val > maxval: return maxval
    return val

x = restrict(x+10, 0, 42)

If you wanted to, you could even make the min/max a list so it looks more "mathematically pure":

x = restrict(val+7, [0, 42])

Loop timer in JavaScript

Here the Automatic loop function with html code. I hope this may be useful for someone.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<style>
div {
position: relative;
background-color: #abc;
width: 40px;
height: 40px;
float: left;
margin: 5px;
}
</style>
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.js"></script>
</head>
<body>
<p><button id="go">Run »</button></p>
<div class="block"></div>
<script>

function test() {
$(".block").animate({left: "+=50", opacity: 1}, 500 );
   setTimeout(mycode, 2000);
};
$( "#go" ).click(function(){
test();
});
</script>
</body>
</html>

Fiddle: DEMO

Twitter-Bootstrap-2 logo image on top of navbar

i use this code for navbar on bootstrap 3.2.0, the image should be at most 50px high, or else it will bleed the standard bs navbar.

Notice that i purposely do not use the class='navbar-brand' as that introduces padding on the image

<div class="navbar navbar-default navbar-fixed-top" role="navigation">
    <div class="container">
    <!-- Brand and toggle get grouped for better mobile display -->
    <div class="navbar-header">
      <button type="button" class="navbar-toggle" data-toggle="collapse" data-target=".navbar-ex1-collapse">
        <span class="sr-only">Toggle navigation</span>
        <span class="icon-bar"></span>
        <span class="icon-bar"></span>
        <span class="icon-bar"></span>
      </button>
      <a class="" href="/"><img src='img/anyWidthx50.png'/></a>
    </div>

    <!-- Collect the nav links, forms, and other content for toggling -->
    <div class="collapse navbar-collapse navbar-ex1-collapse">
       <ul class="nav navbar-nav">
        <li class="active"><a href="#">Active Link</a></li>
        <li><a href="#">More Links</a></li>
      </ul>
    </div><!-- /.navbar-collapse -->
  </div>
</div>

Disable cache for some images

I checked all the answers and the best one seemed to be (which isn't):

<img src="image.png?cache=none">

at first.

However, if you add cache=none parameter (which is static "none" word), it doesn't effect anything, browser still loads from cache.

Solution to this problem was:

<img src="image.png?nocache=<?php echo time(); ?>">

where you basically add unix timestamp to make the parameter dynamic and no cache, it worked.

However, my problem was a little different: I was loading on the fly generated php chart image, and controlling the page with $_GET parameters. I wanted the image to be read from cache when the URL GET parameter stays the same, and do not cache when the GET parameters change.

To solve this problem, I needed to hash $_GET but since it is array here is the solution:

$chart_hash = md5(implode('-', $_GET));
echo "<img src='/images/mychart.png?hash=$chart_hash'>";

Edit:

Although the above solution works just fine, sometimes you want to serve the cached version UNTIL the file is changed. (with the above solution, it disables the cache for that image completely) So, to serve cached image from browser UNTIL there is a change in the image file use:

echo "<img src='/images/mychart.png?hash=" . filemtime('mychart.png') . "'>";

filemtime() gets file modification time.

Generic Interface

I'd stay with two different interfaces.

You said that 'I want to group my service executors under a common interface... It also seems overkill creating two separate interfaces for the two different service calls... A class will only implement one of these interfaces'

It's not clear what is the reason to have a single interface then. If you want to use it as a marker, you can just exploit annotations instead.

Another point is that there is a possible case that your requirements change and method(s) with another signature appears at the interface. Of course it's possible to use Adapter pattern then but it would be rather strange to see that particular class implements interface with, say, three methods where two of them trow UnsupportedOperationException. It's possible that the forth method appears etc.

Upgrading React version and it's dependencies by reading package.json

if you want to update your react and react-dom version in your existing react step then run this command I hope You get the latest version of react and react-dom.

Thanks

npm install react@latest react-dom@latest

How do you run CMD.exe under the Local System Account?

Found an answer here which seems to solve the problem by adding /k start to the binPath parameter. So that would give you:

sc create testsvc binpath= "cmd /K start" type= own type= interact

However, Ben said that didn't work for him and when I tried it on Windows Server 2008 it did create the cmd.exe process under local system, but it wasn't interactive (I couldn't see the window).

I don't think there is an easy way to do what you ask, but I'm wondering why you're doing it at all? Are you just trying to see what is happening when you run your service? Seems like you could just use logging to determine what is happening instead of having to run the exe as local system...

"continue" in cursor.forEach()

Use continue statement instead of return to skip an iteration in JS loops.

PHP - Modify current object in foreach loop

Surely using array_map and if using a container implementing ArrayAccess to derive objects is just a smarter, semantic way to go about this?

Array map semantics are similar across most languages and implementations that I've seen. It's designed to return a modified array based upon input array element (high level ignoring language compile/runtime type preference); a loop is meant to perform more logic.

For retrieving objects by ID / PK, depending upon if you are using SQL or not (it seems suggested), I'd use a filter to ensure I get an array of valid PK's, then implode with comma and place into an SQL IN() clause to return the result-set. It makes one call instead of several via SQL, optimising a bit of the call->wait cycle. Most importantly my code would read well to someone from any language with a degree of competence and we don't run into mutability problems.

<?php

$arr = [0,1,2,3,4];
$arr2 = array_map(function($value) { return is_int($value) ? $value*2 : $value; }, $arr);
var_dump($arr);
var_dump($arr2);

vs

<?php

$arr = [0,1,2,3,4];
foreach($arr as $i => $item) {
    $arr[$i] = is_int($item) ? $item * 2 : $item;
}
var_dump($arr);

If you know what you are doing will never have mutability problems (bearing in mind if you intend upon overwriting $arr you could always $arr = array_map and be explicit.

Linq select objects in list where exists IN (A,B,C)

Your status-codes are also a collection, so use Contains:

var allowedStatus = new[]{ "A", "B", "C" };
var filteredOrders = orders.Order.Where(o => allowedStatus.Contains(o.StatusCode));

or in query syntax:

var filteredOrders = from order in orders.Order
                     where allowedStatus.Contains(order.StatusCode)
                     select order;

Java Hashmap: How to get key from value?

If you choose to use the Commons Collections library instead of the standard Java Collections framework, you can achieve this with ease.

The BidiMap interface in the Collections library is a bi-directional map, allowing you to map a key to a value (like normal maps), and also to map a value to a key, thus allowing you to perform lookups in both directions. Obtaining a key for a value is supported by the getKey() method.

There is a caveat though, bidi maps cannot have multiple values mapped to keys, and hence unless your data set has 1:1 mappings between keys and values, you cannot use bidi maps.


If you want to rely on the Java Collections API, you will have to ensure the 1:1 relationship between keys and values at the time of inserting the value into the map. This is easier said than done.

Once you can ensure that, use the entrySet() method to obtain the set of entries (mappings) in the Map. Once you have obtained the set whose type is Map.Entry, iterate through the entries, comparing the stored value against the expected, and obtain the corresponding key.


Support for bidi maps with generics can be found in Google Guava and the refactored Commons-Collections libraries (the latter is not an Apache project). Thanks to Esko for pointing out the missing generic support in Apache Commons Collections. Using collections with generics makes more maintainable code.


Since version 4.0 the official Apache Commons Collections™ library supports generics.

See the summary page of the "org.apache.commons.collections4.bidimap" package for the list of available implementations of the BidiMap, OrderedBidiMap and SortedBidiMap interfaces that now support Java generics.

Pass a String from one Activity to another Activity in Android

Most likely as others have said you want to attach it to your Intent with putExtra. But I want to throw out there that depending on what your use case is, it may be better to have one activity that switches between two fragments. The data is stored in the activity and never has to be passed.

Mockito test a void method throws an exception

If you ever wondered how to do it using the new BDD style of Mockito:

willThrow(new Exception()).given(mockedObject).methodReturningVoid(...));

And for future reference one may need to throw exception and then do nothing:

willThrow(new Exception()).willDoNothing().given(mockedObject).methodReturningVoid(...));

Excel CSV. file with more than 1,048,576 rows of data

Use MS Access. I have a file of 2,673,404 records. It will not open in notepad++ and excel will not load more than 1,048,576 records. It is tab delimited since I exported the data from a mysql database and I need it in csv format. So I imported it into Access. Change the file extension to .txt so MS Access will take you through the import wizard.

MS Access will link to your file so for the database to stay intact keep the csv file

C# Get a control's position on a form

You can use the controls PointToScreen method to get the absolute position with respect to the screen.

You can do the Forms PointToScreen method, and with basic math, get the control's position.

Android studio Gradle build speed up

dexOptions {
    incremental true
    javaMaxHeapSize "4g"
}

Getting the difference between two repositories

Meld can compare directories:

meld directory1 directory2

Just use the directories of the two git repos and you will get a nice graphical comparison:

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When you click on one of the blue items, you can see what changed.

configuring project ':app' failed to find Build Tools revision

I had c++ codes in my project but i didn't have NDK installed, installing it solved the problem

"Debug certificate expired" error in Eclipse Android plugins

On a Mac, open the Terminal (current user's directory should open), cd ".android" ("ls" to validate debug.keystore is there). Finally "rm debug.keystore" to remove the file.

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

I've found yet another reason for spy to call the original method.

Someone had the idea to mock a final class, and found about MockMaker:

As this works differently to our current mechanism and this one has different limitations and as we want to gather experience and user feedback, this feature had to be explicitly activated to be available ; it can be done via the mockito extension mechanism by creating the file src/test/resources/mockito-extensions/org.mockito.plugins.MockMaker containing a single line: mock-maker-inline

Source: https://github.com/mockito/mockito/wiki/What%27s-new-in-Mockito-2#mock-the-unmockable-opt-in-mocking-of-final-classesmethods

After I merged and brought that file to my machine, my tests failed.

I just had to remove the line (or the file), and spy() worked.

Session 'app' error while installing APK

It's a bit late for reply but, i've figured out how to solve this problem on Android Studio 3.1.

You can have "Instant Run" checked, what you need to do it's just to build an APK

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and then retry to Run your app.

Hope this help!

Change a Django form field to a hidden field

This may also be useful: {{ form.field.as_hidden }}

MyISAM versus InnoDB

I tried to run insertion of random data into MyISAM and InnoDB tables. The result was quite shocking. MyISAM needed a few seconds less for inserting 1 million rows than InnoDB for just 10 thousand!

Adding IN clause List to a JPA Query

public List<DealInfo> getDealInfos(List<String> dealIds) {
        String queryStr = "SELECT NEW com.admin.entity.DealInfo(deal.url, deal.url, deal.url, deal.url, deal.price, deal.value) " + "FROM Deal AS deal where deal.id in :inclList";
        TypedQuery<DealInfo> query = em.createQuery(queryStr, DealInfo.class);
        query.setParameter("inclList", dealIds);
        return query.getResultList();
    }

Works for me with JPA 2, Jboss 7.0.2

Send a SMS via intent

I have developed this functionality from one Blog. There are 2 ways you can send SMS.

  1. Open native SMS composer
  2. write your message and send from your Android application

This is the code of 1st method.

Main.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>  
    <RelativeLayout  
        android:id="@+id/relativeLayout1"  
        android:layout_width="fill_parent"  
        android:layout_height="fill_parent"  
        xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">  

            <Button  
                android:id="@+id/btnSendSMS"  
               android:layout_height="wrap_content"  
               android:layout_width="wrap_content"  
               android:text="Send SMS"  
               android:layout_centerInParent="true"  
               android:onClick="sendSMS">  
           </Button>  
   </RelativeLayout>

Activity

public class SendSMSActivity extends Activity {  
     /** Called when the activity is first created. */  
     @Override  
     public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {  
         super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);  
         setContentView(R.layout.main);  
      }  

     public void sendSMS(View v)  
     {  
         String number = "12346556";  // The number on which you want to send SMS  
         startActivity(new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.fromParts("sms", number, null)));  
     }  
    /* or 
     public void sendSMS(View v) 
      { 
     Uri uri = Uri.parse("smsto:12346556"); 
         Intent it = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SENDTO, uri); 
         it.putExtra("sms_body", "Here you can set the SMS text to be sent"); 
         startActivity(it); 
      } */  
 }

NOTE:- In this method, you don’t require SEND_SMS permission inside the AndroidManifest.xml file.

For 2nd method refer to this BLOG. You will find a good explanation from here.

Hope this will help you...

Why should we include ttf, eot, woff, svg,... in a font-face

WOFF 2.0, based on the Brotli compression algorithm and other improvements over WOFF 1.0 giving more than 30 % reduction in file size, is supported in Chrome, Opera, and Firefox.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Open_Font_Format http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brotli

http://sth.name/2014/09/03/Speed-up-webfonts/ has an example on how to use it.

Basically you add a src url to the woff2 file and specify the woff2 format. It is important to have this before the woff-format: the browser will use the first format that it supports.

How to clear all input fields in bootstrap modal when clicking data-dismiss button?

enclose your modal body inside a form with an id="myform"

and then

 $("#activatesimModal").on("hidden.bs.modal",function(){
        myform.reset();
});

should do the trick

How can I detect window size with jQuery?

//get dimensions 
var height = $(window).height();
var width = $(window).width();

//refresh on resize
$(window).resize(function() {
  location.reload(true)
});

not sure if you wanted to tinker with the dimensions of elements or actually refresh the page. so here a bunch of different things pick what you want. you can even put the height and width in the resize event if you really wanted.

nginx- duplicate default server error

In my case junk files from editor caused the problem. I had a config as below:

#...
http {
 # ...
 include ../sites/*;
}

In the ../sites directory initially I had a default.config file. However, by mistake I saved duplicate files as default.config.save and default.config.save.1. Removing them resolved the issue.

In c# is there a method to find the max of 3 numbers?

As generic

public static T Min<T>(params T[] values) {
    return values.Min();
}

public static T Max<T>(params T[] values) {
    return values.Max();
}

ImportError: No module named enum

Depending on your rights, you need sudo at beginning.

How to make `setInterval` behave more in sync, or how to use `setTimeout` instead?

Use setInterval()

setInterval(function(){
 alert("Hello"); 
}, 3000);

The above will execute alert("Hello"); every 3 seconds.

How to get element by class name?

The name of the DOM function is actually getElementsByClassName, not getElementByClassName, simply because more than one element on the page can have the same class, hence: Elements.

The return value of this will be a NodeList instance, or a superset of the NodeList (FF, for instance returns an instance of HTMLCollection). At any rate: the return value is an array-like object:

var y = document.getElementsByClassName('foo');
var aNode = y[0];

If, for some reason you need the return object as an array, you can do that easily, because of its magic length property:

var arrFromList = Array.prototype.slice.call(y);
//or as per AntonB's comment:
var arrFromList = [].slice.call(y);

As yckart suggested querySelector('.foo') and querySelectorAll('.foo') would be preferable, though, as they are, indeed, better supported (93.99% vs 87.24%), according to caniuse.com:

How to change Android usb connect mode to charge only?

The HTC devices have the PCSII.apk which allow them to select usb connect mode. For your device, you can set it manually:

Use SQLite Editor to open /data/data/com.android.providers.setting/databases/settings.db

open table secure

turn settings starting with mount_ums_ to 0, then restart devices.

UPDATE: If it still doesn't work, try turning on debug mode.

How can I load webpage content into a div on page load?

You can't inject content from another site (domain) using AJAX. The reason an iFrame is suited for these kinds of things is that you can specify the source to be from another domain.

$.ajax - dataType

as per docs:

  • "json": Evaluates the response as JSON and returns a JavaScript object. In jQuery 1.4 the JSON data is parsed in a strict manner; any malformed JSON is rejected and a parse error is thrown. (See json.org for more information on proper JSON formatting.)
  • "text": A plain text string.

Radio Buttons "Checked" Attribute Not Working

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**Radio button aria-checked: true or false one at a time**_x000D_
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$('input:radio[name=anynameofinput]').change(function() {_x000D_
            if (this.value === 'value1') {_x000D_
                $("#id1").attr("aria-checked","true");_x000D_
                $("#id2").attr("aria-checked","false");_x000D_
            }_x000D_
            else if (this.value === 'value2') {;_x000D_
                $("#id2").attr("aria-checked","true");_x000D_
                $("#id1").attr("aria-checked","false");_x000D_
            }_x000D_
   });
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.bashrc at ssh login

For an excellent resource on how bash invocation works, what dotfiles do what, and how you should use/configure them, read this:

How do I make an HTML button not reload the page

In HTML:

<input type="submit" onclick="return false">

With jQuery, some similar variant, already mentioned.

Is returning out of a switch statement considered a better practice than using break?

Neither, because both are quite verbose for a very simple task. You can just do:

let result = ({
  1: 'One',
  2: 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[opt] ?? 'Default'    // opt can be 1, 2, 3 or anything (default)

This, of course, also works with strings, a mix of both or without a default case:

let result = ({
  'first': 'One',
  'second': 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[opt]                // opt can be 'first', 'second' or 3

Explanation:

It works by creating an object where the options/cases are the keys and the results are the values. By putting the option into the brackets you access the value of the key that matches the expression via the bracket notation.

This returns undefined if the expression inside the brackets is not a valid key. We can detect this undefined-case by using the nullish coalescing operator ?? and return a default value.

Example:

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console.log('Using a valid case:', ({
  1: 'One',
  2: 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[1] ?? 'Default')

console.log('Using an invalid case/defaulting:', ({
  1: 'One',
  2: 'Two',
  3: 'Three'
})[7] ?? 'Default')
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.as-console-wrapper {max-height: 100% !important;top: 0;}
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How do I restart my C# WinForm Application?

I had the same exact problem and I too had a requirement to prevent duplicate instances - I propose an alternative solution to the one HiredMind is proposing (which will work fine).

What I am doing is starting the new process with the processId of the old process (the one that triggers the restart) as a cmd line argument:

// Shut down the current app instance.
Application.Exit();

// Restart the app passing "/restart [processId]" as cmd line args
Process.Start(Application.ExecutablePath, "/restart" + Process.GetCurrentProcess().Id);

Then when the new app starts I first parse the cm line args and check if the restart flag is there with a processId, then wait for that process to Exit:

if (_isRestart)
{
   try
   {
      // get old process and wait UP TO 5 secs then give up!
      Process oldProcess = Process.GetProcessById(_restartProcessId);
      oldProcess.WaitForExit(5000);
   }
   catch (Exception ex)
   { 
      // the process did not exist - probably already closed!
      //TODO: --> LOG
   }
}

I am obviously not showing all the safety checks that I have in place etc.

Even if not ideal - I find this a valid alternative so that you don't have to have in place a separate app just to handle restart.

With form validation: why onsubmit="return functionname()" instead of onsubmit="functionname()"?

<script>
function check(){
    return false;
}
 </script>

<form name="form1" method="post" onsubmit="return check();" action="target">
<input type="text" />
<input type="submit" value="enviar" />

</form>

jQuery find events handlers registered with an object

As of 1.9 there is no documented way to retrieve the events, other than to use the Migrate plugin to restore the old behavior. You could use the _.data() method as jps mentions, but that is an internal method. So just do the right thing and use the Migrate plugin if you need this functionality.

From the jQuery documentation on .data("events")

Prior to 1.9, .data("events") could be used to retrieve jQuery's undocumented internal event data structure for an element if no other code had defined a data element with the name "events". This special case has been removed in 1.9. There is no public interface to retrieve this internal data structure, and it remains undocumented. However, the jQuery Migrate plugin restores this behavior for code that depends upon it.

How do I install TensorFlow's tensorboard?

Adding this just for the sake of completeness of this question (some questions may get closed as duplicate of this one).

I usually use user mode for pip ie. pip install --user even if instructions assume root mode. That way, my tensorboard installation was in ~/.local/bin/tensorboard, and it was not in my path (which shouldn't be ideal either). So I was not able to access it.

In this case, running

sudo ln -s ~/.local/bin/tensorboard /usr/bin

should fix it.

How to trap the backspace key using jQuery?

try this one :

 $('html').keyup(function(e){if(e.keyCode == 8)alert('backspace trapped')})  

Insert array into MySQL database with PHP

Personally I'd json_encode the array (taking into account any escaping etc needed) and bung the entire lot into an appropriately sized text/blob field.

It makes it very easy to store "unstructured" data but a real PITA to search/index on with any grace.

A simple json_decode will "explode" the data back into an array for you.

How to remove CocoaPods from a project?

From terminal cd to move to the project folder. The below steps help to de-integrate the pod from the project

$ sudo gem install cocoapods-deintegrate cocoapods-clean
$ pod deintegrate
$ pod clean
$ rm Podfile

Then just open the project file and remove the Pod folder if it is still on the Project Explorer with red color. Build the project

Normalizing images in OpenCV

When you normalize a matrix using NORM_L1, you are dividing every pixel value by the sum of absolute values of all the pixels in the image. As a result, all pixel values become much less than 1 and you get a black image. Try NORM_MINMAX instead of NORM_L1.

What is the difference between connection and read timeout for sockets?

  1. What is the difference between connection and read timeout for sockets?

The connection timeout is the timeout in making the initial connection; i.e. completing the TCP connection handshake. The read timeout is the timeout on waiting to read data1. If the server (or network) fails to deliver any data <timeout> seconds after the client makes a socket read call, a read timeout error will be raised.

  1. What does connection timeout set to "infinity" mean? In what situation can it remain in an infinitive loop? and what can trigger that the infinity-loop dies?

It means that the connection attempt can potentially block for ever. There is no infinite loop, but the attempt to connect can be unblocked by another thread closing the socket. (A Thread.interrupt() call may also do the trick ... not sure.)

  1. What does read timeout set to "infinity" mean? In what situation can it remain in an infinite loop? What can trigger that the infinite loop to end?

It means that a call to read on the socket stream may block for ever. Once again there is no infinite loop, but the read can be unblocked by a Thread.interrupt() call, closing the socket, and (of course) the other end sending data or closing the connection.


1 - It is not ... as one commenter thought ... the timeout on how long a socket can be open, or idle.

How can I select the first day of a month in SQL?

Starting with SQL Server 2012:

SELECT DATEADD(DAY,1,EOMONTH(@mydate,-1))

How to convert QString to std::string?

The simplest way would be QString::toStdString().

Setting background color for a JFrame

Probably the SIMPLEST method is this:

super.setBackground(Color.CYAN);

You must extend JFrame in the class before doing this!

C++ Array of pointers: delete or delete []?

You delete each pointer individually, and then you delete the entire array. Make sure you've defined a proper destructor for the classes being stored in the array, otherwise you cannot be sure that the objects are cleaned up properly. Be sure that all your destructors are virtual so that they behave properly when used with inheritance.

How to prevent ENTER keypress to submit a web form?

How about:

<script>
function isok(e) {
  var name = e.explicitOriginalTarget.name;
  if (name == "button") {
    return true
  }
  return false;
}
</script>
<form onsubmit="return isok(event);">
<input type="text" name="serial"/>
<input type="submit" name="button" value="Create Thing"/>
</form>

And just name your button right and it will still submit, but text fields i.e. the explicitOriginalTarget when you hit return in one, will not have the right name.

JPanel vs JFrame in Java

You should not extend the JFrame class unnecessarily (only if you are adding extra functionality to the JFrame class)

JFrame:

JFrame extends Component and Container.

It is a top level container used to represent the minimum requirements for a window. This includes Borders, resizability (is the JFrame resizeable?), title bar, controls (minimize/maximize allowed?), and event handlers for various Events like windowClose, windowOpened etc.

JPanel:

JPanel extends Component, Container and JComponent

It is a generic class used to group other Components together.

  • It is useful when working with LayoutManagers e.g. GridLayout f.i adding components to different JPanels which will then be added to the JFrame to create the gui. It will be more manageable in terms of Layout and re-usability.

  • It is also useful for when painting/drawing in Swing, you would override paintComponent(..) and of course have the full joys of double buffering.

A Swing GUI cannot exist without a top level container like (JWindow, Window, JFrame Frame or Applet), while it may exist without JPanels.

Min/Max-value validators in asp.net mvc

I don't think min/max validations attribute exist. I would use something like

[Range(1, Int32.MaxValue)]

for minimum value 1 and

[Range(Int32.MinValue, 10)]

for maximum value 10

How to install Visual Studio 2015 on a different drive

Use VirtualBox. Create a machine on the drive you wish. Enable guest aditions and activate seamless mode.

Benefits:

  • The ENTIRE installation is on the second drive. will work even with a 32gb ssd. (This is the main selling point, considering that Visual studio with it's additional features exceeds 30gb. If you have the GB to spare this solution is NOT the best for you)
  • Uninstalling or backing up is a breeze. Just delete or move the image file. No system file conflicts and dirty registry in case of a corrupted installation.

Drawbacks:

  • You need a LOT of ram. I use 4GB (out of 8) and 2 (out of 6) cores to run comfortably. Even so it is still slower than a normal installation.
  • Will not work for applications with extensive 3d graphics. If you want to work with forms it's fine but if you want to create a 3d game for android using say xamarin then forget it.
  • Testing the program takes several seconds to compile (minutes for android apps). This may not seem much but during development these seconds do add up.

This is the solution i am using and am very happy with it but i am not your average professional programmer. I just create small windows form applications like file uploaders, chat apps etc. Try it out. It will take some time to setup but this experimentation isn't risky.

Directory index forbidden by Options directive

If you've been doing performance tuning, you might have removed mod_dir. Try putting it back and that might fix your issue.

jQuery calculate sum of values in all text fields

$('.price').blur(function () {
    var sum = 0;
    $('.price').each(function() {

        if($(this).val()!="")
         {
            sum += parseFloat($(this).val());
         }

    });
        alert(sum);
});?????????

JS Fiddle

How to kill a process in MacOS?

I just now searched for this as I'm in a similar situation, and instead of kill -9 698 I tried sudo kill 428 where 428 was the pid of the process I'm trying to kill. It worked cleanly for me, in the absence of the hyphen '-' character. I hope it helps!

Increase distance between text and title on the y-axis

From ggplot2 2.0.0 you can use the margin = argument of element_text() to change the distance between the axis title and the numbers. Set the values of the margin on top, right, bottom, and left side of the element.

ggplot(mpg, aes(cty, hwy)) + geom_point()+
  theme(axis.title.y = element_text(margin = margin(t = 0, r = 20, b = 0, l = 0)))

margin can also be used for other element_text elements (see ?theme), such as axis.text.x, axis.text.y and title.

addition

in order to set the margin for axis titles when the axis has a different position (e.g., with scale_x_...(position = "top"), you'll need a different theme setting - e.g. axis.title.x.top. See https://github.com/tidyverse/ggplot2/issues/4343.

change array size

Used this approach for array of bytes:

Initially:

byte[] bytes = new byte[0];

Whenever required (Need to provide original length for extending):

Array.Resize<byte>(ref bytes, bytes.Length + requiredSize);

Reset:

Array.Resize<byte>(ref bytes, 0);

Typed List Method

Initially:

List<byte> bytes = new List<byte>();

Whenever required:

bytes.AddRange(new byte[length]);

Release/Clear:

bytes.Clear()

How can I make a TextBox be a "password box" and display stars when using MVVM?

I did the below from the Views codebehind to set my property within the view model. Not sure if it really " breaks" the MVVM pattern but its the best and least complexe solution found.

  var data = this.DataContext as DBSelectionViewModel;

        data.PassKey = txtPassKey.Password;

Why is char[] preferred over String for passwords?

Character arrays (char[]) can be cleared after use by setting each character to zero and Strings not. If someone can somehow see the memory image, they can see a password in plain text if Strings are used, but if char[] is used, after purging data with 0's, the password is secure.

Sync data between Android App and webserver

If you write this yourself these are some of the points to keep in mind

Proper authentication between the device and the Sync Server

A sync protocol between the device and the server. It will usually go in 3 phases, authentication, data exchange, status exchange (which operations worked and which failed)

Pick your payload format. I suggest SyncML based XML mixed with JSON based format to represent the actual data. So SyncML for the protocol, and JSON for the actual data being exchanged. Using JSON Array while manipulating the data is always preferred as it is easy to access data using JSON Array.

Keeping track of data changes on both client and server. You can maintain a changelog of ids that change and pick them up during a sync session. Also, clear the changelog as the objects are successfully synchronized. You can also use a boolean variable to confirm the synchronization status, i.e. last time of sync. It will be helpful for end users to identify the time when last sync is done.

Need to have a way to communicate from the server to the device to start a sync session as data changes on the server. You can use C2DM or write your own persistent tcp based communication. The tcp approach is a lot seamless

A way to replicate data changes across multiple devices

And last but not the least, a way to detect and handle conflicts

Hope this helps as a good starting point.

How do I create ColorStateList programmatically?

Sometimes this will be enough:

int colorInt = getResources().getColor(R.color.ColorVerificaLunes);
ColorStateList csl = ColorStateList.valueOf(colorInt);

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

Open your info.plist file of your project with any editor of your preference, then add this code at the end of the file before the last

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

How do I uninstall a package installed using npm link?

If you've done something like accidentally npm link generator-webapp after you've changed it, you can fix it by cloning the right generator and linking that.

git clone https://github.com/yeoman/generator-webapp.git;
# for fixing generator-webapp, replace with your required repository
cd generator-webapp;
npm link;

How to use a typescript enum value in an Angular2 ngSwitch statement

Start by considering 'Do I really want to do this?'

I have no problem referring to enums directly in HTML, but in some cases there are cleaner alternatives that don't lose type-safe-ness. For instance if you choose the approach shown in my other answer, you may have declared TT in your component something like this:

public TT = 
{
    // Enum defines (Horizontal | Vertical)
    FeatureBoxResponsiveLayout: FeatureBoxResponsiveLayout   
}

To show a different layout in your HTML, you'd have an *ngIf for each layout type, and you could refer directly to the enum in your component's HTML:

*ngIf="(featureBoxResponsiveService.layout | async) == TT.FeatureBoxResponsiveLayout.Horizontal"

This example uses a service to get the current layout, runs it through the async pipe and then compares it to our enum value. It's pretty verbose, convoluted and not much fun to look at. It also exposes the name of the enum, which itself may be overly verbose.

Alternative, that retains type safety from the HTML

Alternatively you can do the following, and declare a more readable function in your component's .ts file :

*ngIf="isResponsiveLayout('Horizontal')"

Much cleaner! But what if someone types in 'Horziontal' by mistake? The whole reason you wanted to use an enum in the HTML was to be typesafe right?

We can still achieve that with keyof and some typescript magic. This is the definition of the function:

isResponsiveLayout(value: keyof typeof FeatureBoxResponsiveLayout)
{
    return FeatureBoxResponsiveLayout[value] == this.featureBoxResponsiveService.layout.value;
}

Note the usage of FeatureBoxResponsiveLayout[string] which converts the string value passed in to the numeric value of the enum.

This will give an error message with an AOT compilation if you use an invalid value.

Argument of type '"H4orizontal"' is not assignable to parameter of type '"Vertical" | "Horizontal"

Currently VSCode isn't smart enough to underline H4orizontal in the HTML editor, but you'll get the warning at compile time (with --prod build or --aot switch). This also may be improved upon in a future update.

How can I color Python logging output?

I have two submissions to add, one of which colorizes just the message (ColoredFormatter), and one of which colorizes the entire line (ColorizingStreamHandler). These also include more ANSI color codes than previous solutions.

Some content has been sourced (with modification) from: The post above, and http://plumberjack.blogspot.com/2010/12/colorizing-logging-output-in-terminals.html.

Colorizes the message only:

class ColoredFormatter(logging.Formatter):
    """Special custom formatter for colorizing log messages!"""

    BLACK = '\033[0;30m'
    RED = '\033[0;31m'
    GREEN = '\033[0;32m'
    BROWN = '\033[0;33m'
    BLUE = '\033[0;34m'
    PURPLE = '\033[0;35m'
    CYAN = '\033[0;36m'
    GREY = '\033[0;37m'

    DARK_GREY = '\033[1;30m'
    LIGHT_RED = '\033[1;31m'
    LIGHT_GREEN = '\033[1;32m'
    YELLOW = '\033[1;33m'
    LIGHT_BLUE = '\033[1;34m'
    LIGHT_PURPLE = '\033[1;35m'
    LIGHT_CYAN = '\033[1;36m'
    WHITE = '\033[1;37m'

    RESET = "\033[0m"

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self._colors = {logging.DEBUG: self.DARK_GREY,
                        logging.INFO: self.RESET,
                        logging.WARNING: self.BROWN,
                        logging.ERROR: self.RED,
                        logging.CRITICAL: self.LIGHT_RED}
        super(ColoredFormatter, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

    def format(self, record):
        """Applies the color formats"""
        record.msg = self._colors[record.levelno] + record.msg + self.RESET
        return logging.Formatter.format(self, record)

    def setLevelColor(self, logging_level, escaped_ansi_code):
        self._colors[logging_level] = escaped_ansi_code

Colorizes the whole line:

class ColorizingStreamHandler(logging.StreamHandler):

    BLACK = '\033[0;30m'
    RED = '\033[0;31m'
    GREEN = '\033[0;32m'
    BROWN = '\033[0;33m'
    BLUE = '\033[0;34m'
    PURPLE = '\033[0;35m'
    CYAN = '\033[0;36m'
    GREY = '\033[0;37m'

    DARK_GREY = '\033[1;30m'
    LIGHT_RED = '\033[1;31m'
    LIGHT_GREEN = '\033[1;32m'
    YELLOW = '\033[1;33m'
    LIGHT_BLUE = '\033[1;34m'
    LIGHT_PURPLE = '\033[1;35m'
    LIGHT_CYAN = '\033[1;36m'
    WHITE = '\033[1;37m'

    RESET = "\033[0m"

    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        self._colors = {logging.DEBUG: self.DARK_GREY,
                        logging.INFO: self.RESET,
                        logging.WARNING: self.BROWN,
                        logging.ERROR: self.RED,
                        logging.CRITICAL: self.LIGHT_RED}
        super(ColorizingStreamHandler, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)

    @property
    def is_tty(self):
        isatty = getattr(self.stream, 'isatty', None)
        return isatty and isatty()

    def emit(self, record):
        try:
            message = self.format(record)
            stream = self.stream
            if not self.is_tty:
                stream.write(message)
            else:
                message = self._colors[record.levelno] + message + self.RESET
                stream.write(message)
            stream.write(getattr(self, 'terminator', '\n'))
            self.flush()
        except (KeyboardInterrupt, SystemExit):
            raise
        except:
            self.handleError(record)

    def setLevelColor(self, logging_level, escaped_ansi_code):
        self._colors[logging_level] = escaped_ansi_code

How to echo (or print) to the js console with php

There are much better ways to print variable's value in PHP. One of them is to use buildin var_dump() function. If you want to use var_dump(), I would also suggest to install Xdebug (from https://xdebug.org) since it generates much more readable printouts.

The idea of printing values to browser console is somewhat bizarre, but if you really want to use it, there is very useful Google Chrome extension, PHP Console, which should satisfy all your needs. You can find it at consle.com It works well also in Vivaldi and in Opera (though you will need "Download Chrome Extension" extension to install it). The extension is accompanied by PHP library you use in your code.

Is it possible to cherry-pick a commit from another git repository?

Yes. Fetch the repository and then cherry-pick from the remote branch.

Copy data from one existing row to another existing row in SQL?

This works well for coping entire records.

UPDATE your_table
SET new_field = sourse_field

What are the Ruby File.open modes and options?

opt is new for ruby 1.9. The various options are documented in IO.new : www.ruby-doc.org/core/IO.html

Rename a table in MySQL

ALTER TABLE `group` RENAME `member`

group is keyword so you must have to enclose into group