Programs & Examples On #Line of business app

How to redirect the output of the time command to a file in Linux?

Simple. The GNU time utility has an option for that.

But you have to ensure that you are not using your shell's builtin time command, at least the bash builtin does not provide that option! That's why you need to give the full path of the time utility:

/usr/bin/time -o time.txt sleep 1

Convert JsonNode into POJO

This should do the trick:

mapper.readValue(fileReader, MyClass.class);

I say should because I'm using that with a String, not a BufferedReader but it should still work.

Here's my code:

String inputString = // I grab my string here
MySessionClass sessionObject;
try {
    ObjectMapper objectMapper = new ObjectMapper();
    sessionObject = objectMapper.readValue(inputString, MySessionClass.class);

Here's the official documentation for that call: http://jackson.codehaus.org/1.7.9/javadoc/org/codehaus/jackson/map/ObjectMapper.html#readValue(java.lang.String, java.lang.Class)

You can also define a custom deserializer when you instantiate the ObjectMapper: http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonHowToCustomDeserializers

Edit: I just remembered something else. If your object coming in has more properties than the POJO has and you just want to ignore the extras you'll want to set this:

    objectMapper.configure(DeserializationConfig.Feature.FAIL_ON_UNKNOWN_PROPERTIES, false);

Or you'll get an error that it can't find the property to set into.

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

I think it's better to timeout at the end of the function.

function main(){
    var something; 
    make=function(walkNr){
         if(walkNr===0){
           // var something for this step      
           // do something
         }
         else if(walkNr===1){
           // var something for that step 
           // do something different
         }

         // ***
         // finally
         else if(walkNr===10){
           return something;
         }
         // show progress if you like
         setTimeout(funkion(){make(walkNr)},15,walkNr++);  
   }
return make(0);
}   

This three functions are necessary because vars in the second function will be overwritten with default value each time. When the program pointer reach the setTimeout one step is already calculated. Then just the screen needs a little time.

PHP 5 disable strict standards error

I didn't see an answer that's clean and suitable for production-ready software, so here it goes:

/*
 * Get current error_reporting value,
 * so that we don't lose preferences set in php.ini and .htaccess
 * and accidently reenable message types disabled in those.
 *
 * If you want to disable e.g. E_STRICT on a global level,
 * use php.ini (or .htaccess for folder-level)
 */
$old_error_reporting = error_reporting();

/*
 * Disable E_STRICT on top of current error_reporting.
 *
 * Note: do NOT use ^ for disabling error message types,
 * as ^ will re-ENABLE the message type if it happens to be disabled already!
 */
error_reporting($old_error_reporting & ~E_STRICT);


// code that should not emit E_STRICT messages goes here


/*
 * Optional, depending on if/what code comes after.
 * Restore old settings.
 */
error_reporting($old_error_reporting);

Custom CSS Scrollbar for Firefox

Firefox 64 adds support for the spec draft CSS Scrollbars Module Level 1, which adds two new properties of scrollbar-width and scrollbar-color which give some control over how scrollbars are displayed.

You can set scrollbar-color to one of the following values (descriptions from MDN):

  • auto Default platform rendering for the track portion of the scrollbar, in the absence of any other related scrollbar color properties.
  • dark Show a dark scrollbar, which can be either a dark variant of scrollbar provided by the platform, or a custom scrollbar with dark colors.
  • light Show a light scrollbar, which can be either a light variant of scrollbar provided by the platform, or a custom scrollbar with light colors.
  • <color> <color> Applies the first color to the scrollbar thumb, the second to the scrollbar track.

Note that dark and light values are not currently implemented in Firefox.

macOS notes:

The auto-hiding semi-transparent scrollbars that are the macOS default cannot be colored with this rule (they still choose their own contrasting color based on the background). Only the permanently showing scrollbars (System Preferences > Show Scroll Bars > Always) are colored.

Visual Demo:

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.scroll {_x000D_
  width: 20%;_x000D_
  height: 100px;_x000D_
  border: 1px solid grey;_x000D_
  overflow: scroll;_x000D_
  display: inline-block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.scroll-color-auto {_x000D_
  scrollbar-color: auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.scroll-color-dark {_x000D_
  scrollbar-color: dark;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.scroll-color-light {_x000D_
  scrollbar-color: light;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.scroll-color-colors {_x000D_
  scrollbar-color: orange lightyellow;_x000D_
}
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<div class="scroll scroll-color-auto">_x000D_
<p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
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<div class="scroll scroll-color-dark">_x000D_
<p>dark</p><p>dark</p><p>dark</p><p>dark</p><p>dark</p><p>dark</p>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
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<div class="scroll scroll-color-light">_x000D_
<p>light</p><p>light</p><p>light</p><p>light</p><p>light</p><p>light</p>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
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<div class="scroll scroll-color-colors">_x000D_
<p>colors</p><p>colors</p><p>colors</p><p>colors</p><p>colors</p><p>colors</p>_x000D_
</div>
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You can set scrollbar-width to one of the following values (descriptions from MDN):

  • auto The default scrollbar width for the platform.
  • thin A thin scrollbar width variant on platforms that provide that option, or a thinner scrollbar than the default platform scrollbar width.
  • none No scrollbar shown, however the element will still be scrollable.

You can also set a specific length value, according to the spec. Both thin and a specific length may not do anything on all platforms, and what exactly it does is platform-specific. In particular, Firefox doesn't appear to be currently support a specific length value (this comment on their bug tracker seems to confirm this). The thin keywork does appear to be well-supported however, with macOS and Windows support at-least.

It's probably worth noting that the length value option and the entire scrollbar-width property are being considered for removal in a future draft, and if that happens this particular property may be removed from Firefox in a future version.

Visual Demo:

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_x000D_
.scroll {_x000D_
  width: 30%;_x000D_
  height: 100px;_x000D_
  border: 1px solid grey;_x000D_
  overflow: scroll;_x000D_
  display: inline-block;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.scroll-width-auto {_x000D_
  scrollbar-width: auto;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.scroll-width-thin {_x000D_
  scrollbar-width: thin;_x000D_
}_x000D_
.scroll-width-none {_x000D_
  scrollbar-width: none;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div class="scroll scroll-width-auto">_x000D_
<p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p><p>auto</p>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div class="scroll scroll-width-thin">_x000D_
<p>thin</p><p>thin</p><p>thin</p><p>thin</p><p>thin</p><p>thin</p>_x000D_
</div>_x000D_
_x000D_
<div class="scroll scroll-width-none">_x000D_
<p>none</p><p>none</p><p>none</p><p>none</p><p>none</p><p>none</p>_x000D_
</div>
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How to make a radio button look like a toggle button

HTML:

<div>
    <label> <input type="radio" name="toggle"> On </label>
    <label> Off <input type="radio" name="toggle"> </label>
</div>

CSS:

div { overflow:auto; border:1px solid #ccc; width:100px; }
label { float:left; padding:3px 0; width:50px; text-align:center; }
input { vertical-align:-2px; }

Live demo: http://jsfiddle.net/scymE/1/

Date in mmm yyyy format in postgresql

SELECT TO_CHAR(NOW(), 'Mon YYYY');

Setting the JVM via the command line on Windows

You should be able to do this via the command line arguments, assuming these are Sun VMs installed using the usual Windows InstallShield mechanisms with the JVM finder EXE in system32.

Type java -help for the options. In particular, see:

-version:<value>
              require the specified version to run
-jre-restrict-search | -jre-no-restrict-search
              include/exclude user private JREs in the version search

How to delete a record in Django models?

MyModel.objects.get(pk=1).delete()

this will raise exception if the object with specified primary key doesn't exist because at first it tries to retrieve the specified object.

MyModel.objects.filter(pk=1).delete()

this wont raise exception if the object with specified primary key doesn't exist and it directly produces the query

DELETE FROM my_models where id=1

I can't install intel HAXM

dism.exe /Online /Disable-Feature:Microsoft-Hyper-V

or

bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off

Other things you may need to do:

  • If using Avast? disable Enable hardware-assisted virtualization under: Settings > Troubleshooting
  • bcdedit /set nx AlwaysOn
  • sfc /scannow and reboot

Important: After anything you try, Restart the PC and try to run the HAXM installation again

SQL Server - NOT IN

SELECT [T1].*
FROM [Table1] AS [T1]
WHERE  NOT EXISTS (SELECT 
    1 AS [C1]
    FROM [Table2] AS [T2]
    WHERE ([T2].[MAKE] = [T1].[MAKE]) AND
        ([T2].[MODEL] = [T1].[MODEL]) AND
        ([T2].[Serial Number] = [T1].[Serial Number])
);

Why is there still a row limit in Microsoft Excel?

Probably because of optimizations. Excel 2007 can have a maximum of 16 384 columns and 1 048 576 rows. Strange numbers?

14 bits = 16 384, 20 bits = 1 048 576

14 + 20 = 34 bits = more than one 32 bit register can hold.

But they also need to store the format of the cell (text, number etc) and formatting (colors, borders etc). Assuming they use two 32-bit words (64 bit) they use 34 bits for the cell number and have 30 bits for other things.

Why is that important? In memory they don't need to allocate all the memory needed for the whole spreadsheet but only the memory necessary for your data, and every data is tagged with in what cell it is supposed to be in.

Update 2016:

Found a link to Microsoft's specification for Excel 2013 & 2016

  • Open workbooks: Limited by available memory and system resources
  • Worksheet size: 1,048,576 rows (20 bits) by 16,384 columns (14 bits)
  • Column width: 255 characters (8 bits)
  • Row height: 409 points
  • Page breaks: 1,026 horizontal and vertical (unexpected number, probably wrong, 10 bits is 1024)
  • Total number of characters that a cell can contain: 32,767 characters (signed 16 bits)
  • Characters in a header or footer: 255 (8 bits)
  • Sheets in a workbook: Limited by available memory (default is 1 sheet)
  • Colors in a workbook: 16 million colors (32 bit with full access to 24 bit color spectrum)
  • Named views in a workbook: Limited by available memory
  • Unique cell formats/cell styles: 64,000 (16 bits = 65536)
  • Fill styles: 256 (8 bits)
  • Line weight and styles: 256 (8 bits)
  • Unique font types: 1,024 (10 bits) global fonts available for use; 512 per workbook
  • Number formats in a workbook: Between 200 and 250, depending on the language version of Excel that you have installed
  • Names in a workbook: Limited by available memory
  • Windows in a workbook: Limited by available memory
  • Hyperlinks in a worksheet: 66,530 hyperlinks (unexpected number, probably wrong. 16 bits = 65536)
  • Panes in a window: 4
  • Linked sheets: Limited by available memory
  • Scenarios: Limited by available memory; a summary report shows only the first 251 scenarios
  • Changing cells in a scenario: 32
  • Adjustable cells in Solver: 200
  • Custom functions: Limited by available memory
  • Zoom range: 10 percent to 400 percent
  • Reports: Limited by available memory
  • Sort references: 64 in a single sort; unlimited when using sequential sorts
  • Undo levels: 100
  • Fields in a data form: 32
  • Workbook parameters: 255 parameters per workbook
  • Items displayed in filter drop-down lists: 10,000

How to simulate "Press any key to continue?"

Also you can use getch() from conio.h. Just like this:

...includes, defines etc
void main()
{
//operator
getch(); //now this function is waiting for any key press. When you have pressed its     just     //finish and next line of code will be called
}

So, because UNIX does not have conio.h, we can simulate getch() by this code (but this code already written by Vinary, my fail):

#include <stdio.h>
#include <termios.h>
#include <unistd.h>

int mygetch( ) {
  struct termios oldt,
             newt;
  int            ch;
  tcgetattr( STDIN_FILENO, &oldt );
  newt = oldt;
  newt.c_lflag &= ~( ICANON | ECHO );
  tcsetattr( STDIN_FILENO, TCSANOW, &newt );
  ch = getchar();
  tcsetattr( STDIN_FILENO, TCSANOW, &oldt );
  return ch;
}

Write string to text file and ensure it always overwrites the existing content.

If your code doesn't require the file to be truncated first, you can use the FileMode.OpenOrCreate to open the filestream, which will create the file if it doesn't exist or open it if it does. You can use the stream to point at the front and start overwriting the existing file?

I'm assuming your using a streams here, there are other ways to write a file.

Get folder up one level

To Whom, deailing with share hosting environment and still chance to have Current PHP less than 7.0 Who does not have dirname( __FILE__, 2 ); it is possible to use following.

function dirname_safe($path, $level = 0){
    $dir = explode(DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR, $path);
    $level = $level * -1;
    if($level == 0) $level = count($dir);
    array_splice($dir, $level);
    return implode($dir, DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR).DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR;
}

print_r(dirname_safe(__DIR__, 2));

.Net picking wrong referenced assembly version

In VS2017, have tried all the above solution but nothing works. We are using Azure devops for versioning.

  1. From the teams explorer > Source Control Explorer

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  1. Select the project which driving you nuts for a long time

  2. Right click the branch or solution > Advanced > get specific version

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  1. Then make sure You have ticked the checkbox of overwrite files as per screenshot

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Run .php file in Windows Command Prompt (cmd)

It seems your question is very much older. But I just saw it. I searched(not in google) and found My Answer.

So I am writing its solution so that others may get help from it.

Here is my solution.

Unlike the other answers, you don't need to setup environments.

all you need is just to write php index.php if index.php is your file name.

then you will see that, the file compiled and showing it's desired output.

What's the difference between "static" and "static inline" function?

From my experience with GCC I know that static and static inline differs in a way how compiler issue warnings about unused functions. More precisely when you declare static function and it isn't used in current translation unit then compiler produce warning about unused function, but you can inhibit that warning with changing it to static inline.

Thus I tend to think that static should be used in translation units and benefit from extra check compiler does to find unused functions. And static inline should be used in header files to provide functions that can be in-lined (due to absence of external linkage) without issuing warnings.

Unfortunately I cannot find any evidence for that logic. Even from GCC documentation I wasn't able to conclude that inline inhibits unused function warnings. I'd appreciate if someone will share links to description of that.

How to use mongoimport to import csv

Your example worked for me with MongoDB 1.6.3 and 1.7.3. Example below was for 1.7.3. Are you using an older version of MongoDB?

$ cat > locations.csv
Name,Address,City,State,ZIP
Jane Doe,123 Main St,Whereverville,CA,90210
John Doe,555 Broadway Ave,New York,NY,10010
 ctrl-d
$ mongoimport -d mydb -c things --type csv --file locations.csv --headerline
connected to: 127.0.0.1
imported 3 objects
$ mongo
MongoDB shell version: 1.7.3
connecting to: test
> use mydb
switched to db mydb
> db.things.find()
{ "_id" : ObjectId("4d32a36ed63d057130c08fca"), "Name" : "Jane Doe", "Address" : "123 Main St", "City" : "Whereverville", "State" : "CA", "ZIP" : 90210 }
{ "_id" : ObjectId("4d32a36ed63d057130c08fcb"), "Name" : "John Doe", "Address" : "555 Broadway Ave", "City" : "New York", "State" : "NY", "ZIP" : 10010 }

Sending message through WhatsApp

Tested on Marshmallow S5 and it works!

    Uri uri = Uri.parse("smsto:" + "phone number with country code");
    Intent sendIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SENDTO, uri);
    sendIntent.setPackage("com.whatsapp");
    startActivity(sendIntent); 

This will open a direct chat with a person, if whatsapp not installed this will throw exception, if phone number not known to whatsapp they will offer to send invite via sms or simple sms message

Reset git proxy to default configuration

git config --global --unset http.proxy

What is the difference between a definition and a declaration?

To understand the difference between declaration and definition we need to see the assembly code:

uint8_t   ui8 = 5;  |   movb    $0x5,-0x45(%rbp)
int         i = 5;  |   movl    $0x5,-0x3c(%rbp)
uint32_t ui32 = 5;  |   movl    $0x5,-0x38(%rbp)
uint64_t ui64 = 5;  |   movq    $0x5,-0x10(%rbp)
double   doub = 5;  |   movsd   0x328(%rip),%xmm0        # 0x400a20
                        movsd   %xmm0,-0x8(%rbp)

and this is only definition:

ui8 = 5;   |   movb    $0x5,-0x45(%rbp)
i = 5;     |   movl    $0x5,-0x3c(%rbp)
ui32 = 5;  |   movl    $0x5,-0x38(%rbp)
ui64 = 5;  |   movq    $0x5,-0x10(%rbp)
doub = 5;  |   movsd   0x328(%rip),%xmm0        # 0x400a20
               movsd   %xmm0,-0x8(%rbp)

As you can see nothing change.

Declaration is different from definition because it gives information used only by the compiler. For example uint8_t tell the compiler to use asm function movb.

See that:

uint def;                  |  no instructions
printf("some stuff...");   |  [...] callq   0x400450 <printf@plt>
def=5;                     |  movb    $0x5,-0x45(%rbp)

Declaration haven't an equivalent instruction because it is no something to be executed.

Furthermore declaration tells the compiler the scope of the variable.

We can say that declaration is an information used by the compiler to establish the correct use of the variable and for how long some memory belongs to certain variable.

Validate phone number using javascript

You can use this jquery plugin:

http://digitalbush.com/projects/masked-input-plugin/

Refer to demo tab, phone option.

android: how to change layout on button click?

The logcat shows the error, you should call super.onCreate(savedInstanceState) :

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState){
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    //... your code
}

Upload video files via PHP and save them in appropriate folder and have a database entry

"Could you suggest a simpler code main thing is uploading the file Data base entry is secondary"

^--- As per OP's request. ---^

Image and video uploading code (tested with PHP Version 5.4.17)

HTML form

<!DOCTYPE html>

<head>
<title></title>
</head>

<body>

<form action="upload_file.php" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
<label for="file"><span>Filename:</span></label>
<input type="file" name="file" id="file" /> 
<br />
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" />
</form>

</body>
</html>

PHP handler (upload_file.php)

Change upload folder to preferred name. Presently saves to upload/

<?php

$allowedExts = array("jpg", "jpeg", "gif", "png", "mp3", "mp4", "wma");
$extension = pathinfo($_FILES['file']['name'], PATHINFO_EXTENSION);

if ((($_FILES["file"]["type"] == "video/mp4")
|| ($_FILES["file"]["type"] == "audio/mp3")
|| ($_FILES["file"]["type"] == "audio/wma")
|| ($_FILES["file"]["type"] == "image/pjpeg")
|| ($_FILES["file"]["type"] == "image/gif")
|| ($_FILES["file"]["type"] == "image/jpeg"))

&& ($_FILES["file"]["size"] < 20000)
&& in_array($extension, $allowedExts))

  {
  if ($_FILES["file"]["error"] > 0)
    {
    echo "Return Code: " . $_FILES["file"]["error"] . "<br />";
    }
  else
    {
    echo "Upload: " . $_FILES["file"]["name"] . "<br />";
    echo "Type: " . $_FILES["file"]["type"] . "<br />";
    echo "Size: " . ($_FILES["file"]["size"] / 1024) . " Kb<br />";
    echo "Temp file: " . $_FILES["file"]["tmp_name"] . "<br />";

    if (file_exists("upload/" . $_FILES["file"]["name"]))
      {
      echo $_FILES["file"]["name"] . " already exists. ";
      }
    else
      {
      move_uploaded_file($_FILES["file"]["tmp_name"],
      "upload/" . $_FILES["file"]["name"]);
      echo "Stored in: " . "upload/" . $_FILES["file"]["name"];
      }
    }
  }
else
  {
  echo "Invalid file";
  }
?>

Configure active profile in SpringBoot via Maven

You can run using the following command. Here I want to run using spring profile local:

spring-boot:run -Drun.jvmArguments="-Dspring.profiles.active=local"

How to start http-server locally

When you're running npm install in the project's root, it installs all of the npm dependencies into the project's node_modules directory.

If you take a look at the project's node_modules directory, you should see a directory called http-server, which holds the http-server package, and a .bin folder, which holds the executable binaries from the installed dependencies. The .bin directory should have the http-server binary (or a link to it).

So in your case, you should be able to start the http-server by running the following from your project's root directory (instead of npm start):

./node_modules/.bin/http-server -a localhost -p 8000 -c-1

This should have the same effect as running npm start.

If you're running a Bash shell, you can simplify this by adding the ./node_modules/.bin folder to your $PATH environment variable:

export PATH=./node_modules/.bin:$PATH

This will put this folder on your path, and you should be able to simply run

http-server -a localhost -p 8000 -c-1

CSS root directory

In the CSS all you have to do is put url(logical path to the image file)

Which programming language for cloud computing?

Your question is a bit vague about what you are actually thinking about doing. "Cloud computing" can mean almost anything. If you're looking for languages with specific cloud computing advantages, Java has several because it's a compiled language that compiles to operating-system independent byte code.

I also chime in with the others about C++ being a low-level language. Yes, it is. But you're always going to have more than just the C++ language. If you separate both Java and C++ from the classes that come with them, Java and C++ are extremely similar. You have to adopt some rigid criterion like "pointers = low-level, garbage collection = high-level" to make the distinction stick. (And, of course, you can make pointers smart and invisible in C++ and you can use garbage collection in C++ too if you want to.)

Is the order of elements in a JSON list preserved?

"Is the order of elements in a JSON list maintained?" is not a good question. You need to ask "Is the order of elements in a JSON list maintained when doing [...] ?" As Felix King pointed out, JSON is a textual data format. It doesn't mutate without a reason. Do not confuse a JSON string with a (JavaScript) object.

You're probably talking about operations like JSON.stringify(JSON.parse(...)). Now the answer is: It depends on the implementation. 99%* of JSON parsers do not maintain the order of objects, and do maintain the order of arrays, but you might as well use JSON to store something like

{
    "son": "David",
    "daughter": "Julia",
    "son": "Tom",
    "daughter": "Clara"
}

and use a parser that maintains order of objects.

*probably even more :)

Is there an API to get bank transaction and bank balance?

Also check out the open financial exchange (ofx) http://www.ofx.net/

This is what apps like quicken, ms money etc use.

How do I solve this "Cannot read property 'appendChild' of null" error?

Just reorder or make sure, the (DOM or HTML) is loaded before the JavaScript.

How to replace NaNs by preceding values in pandas DataFrame?

Just agreeing with ffill method, but one extra info is that you can limit the forward fill with keyword argument limit.

>>> import pandas as pd    
>>> df = pd.DataFrame([[1, 2, 3], [None, None, 6], [None, None, 9]])

>>> df
     0    1   2
0  1.0  2.0   3
1  NaN  NaN   6
2  NaN  NaN   9

>>> df[1].fillna(method='ffill', inplace=True)
>>> df
     0    1    2
0  1.0  2.0    3
1  NaN  2.0    6
2  NaN  2.0    9

Now with limit keyword argument

>>> df[0].fillna(method='ffill', limit=1, inplace=True)

>>> df
     0    1  2
0  1.0  2.0  3
1  1.0  2.0  6
2  NaN  2.0  9

if else statement in AngularJS templates

ng If else statement

ng-if="receiptData.cart == undefined ? close(): '' ;"

mysqldump & gzip commands to properly create a compressed file of a MySQL database using crontab

if you need to add a date-time to your backup file name (Centos7) use the following:

/usr/bin/mysqldump -u USER -pPASSWD DBNAME | gzip > ~/backups/db.$(date +%F.%H%M%S).sql.gz

this will create the file: db.2017-11-17.231537.sql.gz

How to convert an Object {} to an Array [] of key-value pairs in JavaScript

This is my simple barebone implementation:

let obj = {
  "1": 5,
  "2": 7,
  "3": 0,
  "4": 0,
  "5": 0,
  "6": 0,
  "7": 0,
  "8": 0,
  "9": 0,
  "10": 0,
  "11": 0,
  "12": 0
};    

const objectToArray = obj => {
      let sol = [];
      for (key in obj) {
        sol.push([key, obj[key]]);
      }
      return sol;
    };

objectToArray(obj)

LDAP Authentication using Java

// this class will authenticate LDAP UserName or Email

// simply call LdapAuth.authenticateUserAndGetInfo (username,password);

//Note: Configure ldapURI ,requiredAttributes ,ADSearchPaths,accountSuffex 

import java.util.*;

import javax.naming.*;

import java.util.regex.*;

import javax.naming.directory.*;

import javax.naming.ldap.InitialLdapContext;

import javax.naming.ldap.LdapContext;

public class LdapAuth {


private final static String ldapURI = "ldap://20.200.200.200:389/DC=corp,DC=local";

private final static String contextFactory = "com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory";

private  static String[] requiredAttributes = {"cn","givenName","sn","displayName","userPrincipalName","sAMAccountName","objectSid","userAccountControl"};


// see you active directory user OU's hirarchy 

private  static String[] ADSearchPaths = 

{ 

    "OU=O365 Synced Accounts,OU=ALL USERS",

    "OU=Users,OU=O365 Synced Accounts,OU=ALL USERS",

    "OU=In-House,OU=Users,OU=O365 Synced Accounts,OU=ALL USERS",

    "OU=Torbram Users,OU=Users,OU=O365 Synced Accounts,OU=ALL USERS",

    "OU=Migrated Users,OU=TES-Users"

};


private static String accountSuffex = "@corp.local"; // this will be used if user name is just provided


private static void authenticateUserAndGetInfo (String user, String password) throws Exception {

    try {


        Hashtable<String,String> env = new Hashtable <String,String>();

        env.put(Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY, contextFactory);

        env.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL, ldapURI);     

        env.put(Context.SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION, "simple");

        env.put(Context.SECURITY_PRINCIPAL, user);

        env.put(Context.SECURITY_CREDENTIALS, password);

        DirContext ctx = new InitialDirContext(env);

        String filter = "(sAMAccountName="+user+")";  // default for search filter username

        if(user.contains("@"))  // if user name is a email then
        {
            //String parts[] = user.split("\\@");
            //use different filter for email
            filter = "(userPrincipalName="+user+")";
        }

        SearchControls ctrl = new SearchControls();
        ctrl.setSearchScope(SearchControls.SUBTREE_SCOPE);
        ctrl.setReturningAttributes(requiredAttributes);

        NamingEnumeration userInfo = null;


        Integer i = 0;
        do
        {
            userInfo = ctx.search(ADSearchPaths[i], filter, ctrl);
            i++;

        } while(!userInfo.hasMore() && i < ADSearchPaths.length );

        if (userInfo.hasMore()) {

            SearchResult UserDetails = (SearchResult) userInfo.next();
            Attributes userAttr = UserDetails.getAttributes();System.out.println("adEmail = "+userAttr.get("userPrincipalName").get(0).toString());

            System.out.println("adFirstName = "+userAttr.get("givenName").get(0).toString());

            System.out.println("adLastName = "+userAttr.get("sn").get(0).toString());

            System.out.println("name = "+userAttr.get("cn").get(0).toString());

            System.out.println("AdFullName = "+userAttr.get("cn").get(0).toString());

        }

        userInfo.close();

    }
    catch (javax.naming.AuthenticationException e) {

    }
}   
}

What does $_ mean in PowerShell?

$_ is an alias for automatic variable $PSItem (introduced in PowerShell V3.0; Usage information found here) which represents the current item from the pipe.

PowerShell (v6.0) online documentation for automatic variables is here.

How do I initialize an empty array in C#?

In .NET 4.6 the preferred way is to use a new method, Array.Empty:

String[] a = Array.Empty<string>();

The implementation is succinct, using how static members in generic classes behave in .Net:

public static T[] Empty<T>()
{
    return EmptyArray<T>.Value;
}

// Useful in number of places that return an empty byte array to avoid
// unnecessary memory allocation.
internal static class EmptyArray<T>
{
    public static readonly T[] Value = new T[0];
}

(code contract related code removed for clarity)

See also:

python pandas: apply a function with arguments to a series

Newer versions of pandas do allow you to pass extra arguments (see the new documentation). So now you can do:

my_series.apply(your_function, args=(2,3,4), extra_kw=1)

The positional arguments are added after the element of the series.


For older version of pandas:

The documentation explains this clearly. The apply method accepts a python function which should have a single parameter. If you want to pass more parameters you should use functools.partial as suggested by Joel Cornett in his comment.

An example:

>>> import functools
>>> import operator
>>> add_3 = functools.partial(operator.add,3)
>>> add_3(2)
5
>>> add_3(7)
10

You can also pass keyword arguments using partial.

Another way would be to create a lambda:

my_series.apply((lambda x: your_func(a,b,c,d,...,x)))

But I think using partial is better.

Android webview launches browser when calling loadurl

Answering my question based on the suggestions from Maudicus and Hit.

Check the WebView tutorial here. Just implement the web client and set it before loadUrl. The simplest way is:

myWebView.setWebViewClient(new WebViewClient());

For more advanced processing for the web content, consider the ChromeClient.

How to move a git repository into another directory and make that directory a git repository?

I am no expert, but I copy the .git folder to a new folder, then invoke: git reset --hard

CSS align one item right with flexbox

To align some elements (headerElement) in the center and the last element to the right (headerEnd).

.headerElement {
    margin-right: 5%;
    margin-left: 5%;
}
.headerEnd{
    margin-left: auto;
}

How can I use Guzzle to send a POST request in JSON?

Simply use this it will work

   $auth = base64_encode('user:'.config('mailchimp.api_key'));
    //API URL
    $urll = "https://".config('mailchimp.data_center').".api.mailchimp.com/3.0/batches";
    //API authentication Header
    $headers = array(
        'Accept'     => 'application/json',
        'Authorization' => 'Basic '.$auth
    );
    $client = new Client();
    $req_Memeber = new Request('POST', $urll, $headers, $userlist);
    // promise
    $promise = $client->sendAsync($req_Memeber)->then(function ($res){
            echo "Synched";
        });
      $promise->wait();

The target principal name is incorrect. Cannot generate SSPI context

In my case, restarting SQL Server 2014 (on my development server) fixed the issue.

Breadth First Vs Depth First

These two terms differentiate between two different ways of walking a tree.

It is probably easiest just to exhibit the difference. Consider the tree:

    A
   / \
  B   C
 /   / \
D   E   F

A depth first traversal would visit the nodes in this order

A, B, D, C, E, F

Notice that you go all the way down one leg before moving on.

A breadth first traversal would visit the node in this order

A, B, C, D, E, F

Here we work all the way across each level before going down.

(Note that there is some ambiguity in the traversal orders, and I've cheated to maintain the "reading" order at each level of the tree. In either case I could get to B before or after C, and likewise I could get to E before or after F. This may or may not matter, depends on you application...)


Both kinds of traversal can be achieved with the pseudocode:

Store the root node in Container
While (there are nodes in Container)
   N = Get the "next" node from Container
   Store all the children of N in Container
   Do some work on N

The difference between the two traversal orders lies in the choice of Container.

  • For depth first use a stack. (The recursive implementation uses the call-stack...)
  • For breadth-first use a queue.

The recursive implementation looks like

ProcessNode(Node)
   Work on the payload Node
   Foreach child of Node
      ProcessNode(child)
   /* Alternate time to work on the payload Node (see below) */

The recursion ends when you reach a node that has no children, so it is guaranteed to end for finite, acyclic graphs.


At this point, I've still cheated a little. With a little cleverness you can also work-on the nodes in this order:

D, B, E, F, C, A

which is a variation of depth-first, where I don't do the work at each node until I'm walking back up the tree. I have however visited the higher nodes on the way down to find their children.

This traversal is fairly natural in the recursive implementation (use the "Alternate time" line above instead of the first "Work" line), and not too hard if you use a explicit stack, but I'll leave it as an exercise.

SQL Server procedure declare a list

You can convert the list of passed values into a table valued parameter and then select against this list

DECLARE @list NVARCHAR(MAX)
SET @list = '1,2,5,7,10';

DECLARE @pos INT
DECLARE @nextpos INT
DECLARE @valuelen INT
DECLARE @tbl TABLE (number int NOT NULL)

SELECT @pos = 0, @nextpos = 1;

WHILE @nextpos > 0
BEGIN
    SELECT @nextpos = charindex(',', @list, @pos + 1)
    SELECT @valuelen = CASE WHEN @nextpos > 0
                            THEN @nextpos
                            ELSE len(@list) + 1
                        END - @pos - 1
    INSERT @tbl (number)
        VALUES (convert(int, substring(@list, @pos + 1, @valuelen)))
    SELECT @pos = @nextpos;
END

SELECT * FROM DBTable WHERE id IN (SELECT number FROM @tbl);

In this example the string passed in '1,2,5,7,10' is split by the commas and each value is added as a new row within the @tbl table variable. This can then be selected against using standard SQL.

If you intend to reuse this functionality you could go further and convert this into a function.

Controlling mouse with Python

Try with the PyAutoGUI module. It's multiplatform.

pip install pyautogui

And so:

import pyautogui
pyautogui.click(100, 100)

It also has other features:

import pyautogui
pyautogui.moveTo(100, 150)
pyautogui.moveRel(0, 10)  # move mouse 10 pixels down
pyautogui.dragTo(100, 150)
pyautogui.dragRel(0, 10)  # drag mouse 10 pixels down

This is much easier than going through all the win32con stuff.

Convert blob to base64

I wanted something where I have access to base64 value to store into a list and for me adding event listener worked. You just need the FileReader which will read the image blob and return the base64 in the result.

createImageFromBlob(image: Blob) {
    const reader = new FileReader();
    const supportedImages = []; // you can also refer to some global variable
    reader.addEventListener(
      'load',
      () => {
        // reader.result will have the required base64 image
        const base64data = reader.result;
        supportedImages.push(base64data); // this can be a reference to global variable and store the value into that global list so as to use it in the other part
      },
      false
    );
    // The readAsDataURL method is used to read the contents of the specified Blob or File.
    if (image) {
      reader.readAsDataURL(image);
    }
 }

Final part is the readAsDataURL which is very important is being used to read the content of the specified Blob

Using a .php file to generate a MySQL dump

If you want to create a backup to download it via the browser, you also can do this without using a file.

The php function passthru() will directly redirect the output of mysqldump to the browser. In this example it also will be zipped.

Pro: You don't have to deal with temp files.

Con: Won't work on Windows. May have limits with huge datasets.

<?php

$DBUSER="user";
$DBPASSWD="password";
$DATABASE="user_db";

$filename = "backup-" . date("d-m-Y") . ".sql.gz";
$mime = "application/x-gzip";

header( "Content-Type: " . $mime );
header( 'Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="' . $filename . '"' );

$cmd = "mysqldump -u $DBUSER --password=$DBPASSWD $DATABASE | gzip --best";   

passthru( $cmd );

exit(0);
?>

Using Node.js require vs. ES6 import/export

There are several usage / capabilities you might want to consider:

Require:

  • You can have dynamic loading where the loaded module name isn't predefined /static, or where you conditionally load a module only if it's "truly required" (depending on certain code flow).
  • Loading is synchronous. That means if you have multiple requires, they are loaded and processed one by one.

ES6 Imports:

  • You can use named imports to selectively load only the pieces you need. That can save memory.
  • Import can be asynchronous (and in current ES6 Module Loader, it in fact is) and can perform a little better.

Also, the Require module system isn't standard based. It's is highly unlikely to become standard now that ES6 modules exist. In the future there will be native support for ES6 Modules in various implementations which will be advantageous in terms of performance.

How can you integrate a custom file browser/uploader with CKEditor?

I spent a while trying to figure this one out and here is what I did. I've broken it down very simply as that is what I needed.

Directly below your ckeditor text area, enter the upload file like this >>>>

<form action="welcomeeditupload.asp" method="post" name="deletechecked">
    <div align="center">
        <br />
        <br />
        <label></label>
        <textarea class="ckeditor" cols="80" id="editor1" name="editor1" rows="10"><%=(rslegschedule.Fields.Item("welcomevar").Value)%></textarea>
        <script type="text/javascript">
        //<![CDATA[
            CKEDITOR.replace( 'editor1',
            {
                filebrowserUploadUrl : 'updateimagedone.asp'
            });
        //]]>
        </script>
        <br />
        <br />
        <br />
        <input type="submit" value="Update">
    </div>
</form>

'and then add your upload file, here is mine which is written in ASP. If you're using PHP, etc. simply replace the ASP with your upload script but make sure the page outputs the same thing.

<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%>
<%
    if Request("CKEditorFuncNum")=1 then
        Set Upload = Server.CreateObject("Persits.Upload")
        Upload.OverwriteFiles = False
        Upload.SetMaxSize 5000000, True
        Upload.CodePage = 65001

        On Error Resume Next
        Upload.Save "d:\hosting\belaullach\senate\legislation"

        Dim picture
        For Each File in Upload.Files
            Ext = UCase(Right(File.Path, 3))
            If Ext <> "JPG" Then
                    If Ext <> "BMP" Then
                    Response.Write "File " & File.Path & " is not a .jpg or .bmp file." & "<BR>"
                    Response.write "You can only upload .jpg or .bmp files." & "<BR>" & "<BR>"
                    End if
            Else
                File.SaveAs Server.MapPath(("/senate/legislation") & "/" & File.fileName)
                f1=File.fileName
            End If
        Next
    End if

    fnm="/senate/legislation/"&f1
    imgop = "<html><body><script type=""text/javascript"">window.parent.CKEDITOR.tools.callFunction('1','"&fnm&"');</script></body></html>;"
    'imgop="callFunction('1','"&fnm&"',"");"
    Response.write imgop
%>

HTML / CSS table with GRIDLINES

<table border="1"></table>

should do the trick.

open program minimized via command prompt

Local Windows 10 ActiveMQ server :

@echo off
start /min "" "C:\Install\apache-activemq\5.15.10\bin\win64\activemq.bat" start

Is it possible to specify the schema when connecting to postgres with JDBC?

If it is possible in your environment, you could also set the user's default schema to your desired schema:

ALTER USER user_name SET search_path to 'schema'

Protecting cells in Excel but allow these to be modified by VBA script

I don't think you can set any part of the sheet to be editable only by VBA, but you can do something that has basically the same effect -- you can unprotect the worksheet in VBA before you need to make changes:

wksht.Unprotect()

and re-protect it after you're done:

wksht.Protect()

Edit: Looks like this workaround may have solved Dheer's immediate problem, but for anyone who comes across this question/answer later, I was wrong about the first part of my answer, as Joe points out below. You can protect a sheet to be editable by VBA-only, but it appears the "UserInterfaceOnly" option can only be set when calling "Worksheet.Protect" in code.

PHP function to get the subdomain of a URL

Try this...

$domain = 'en.example.com';
$tmp = explode('.', $domain);
$subdomain = current($tmp);
echo($subdomain);     // echo "en"

Trying to make bootstrap modal wider

Always have handy the un-minified CSS for bootstrap so you can see what styles they have on their components, then create a CSS file AFTER it, if you don't use LESS and over-write their mixins or whatever

This is the default modal css for 768px and up:

@media (min-width: 768px) {
  .modal-dialog {
    width: 600px;
    margin: 30px auto;
  }
  ...
}

They have a class modal-lg for larger widths

@media (min-width: 992px) {
  .modal-lg {
    width: 900px;
  }
}

If you need something twice the 600px size, and something fluid, do something like this in your CSS after the Bootstrap css and assign that class to the modal-dialog.

@media (min-width: 768px) {
  .modal-xl {
    width: 90%;
   max-width:1200px;
  }
}

HTML

<div class="modal-dialog modal-xl">

Demo: http://jsbin.com/yefas/1

AWS : The config profile (MyName) could not be found

Was facing similar issue and found below link more helpful then the answers provided here. I guess this is due to the updates to AWS CLI since the answers are provided.

https://serverfault.com/questions/792937/the-config-profile-adminuser-could-not-be-found

Essentially it helps to create two different files (i.e. one for the general config related information and the second for the credentials related information).

Python: Remove division decimal

When a number as a decimal it is usually a float in Python.

If you want to remove the decimal and keep it an integer (int). You can call the int() method on it like so...

>>> int(2.0)
2

However, int rounds down so...

>>> int(2.9)
2

If you want to round to the nearest integer you can use round:

>>> round(2.9)
3.0
>>> round(2.4)
2.0

And then call int() on that:

>>> int(round(2.9))
3
>>> int(round(2.4))
2

How to read a .properties file which contains keys that have a period character using Shell script

Since variable names in the BASH shell cannot contain a dot or space it is better to use an associative array in BASH like this:

#!/bin/bash

# declare an associative array
declare -A arr

# read file line by line and populate the array. Field separator is "="
while IFS='=' read -r k v; do
   arr["$k"]="$v"
done < app.properties

Testing:

Use declare -p to show the result:

  > declare -p arr  

        declare -A arr='([db.uat.passwd]="secret" [db.uat.user]="saple user" )'

jQuery AJAX form using mail() PHP script sends email, but POST data from HTML form is undefined

There is no need to make a query string. Just put your values in an object and jQuery will take care of the rest for you.

var data = {
    name: $("#form_name").val(),
    email: $("#form_email").val(),
    message: $("#msg_text").val()
};
$.ajax({
    type: "POST",
    url: "email.php",
    data: data,
    success: function(){
        $('.success').fadeIn(1000);
    }
});

ASP.NET MVC Dropdown List From SelectList

Just try this in razor

@{
    var selectList = new SelectList(
        new List<SelectListItem>
        {
            new SelectListItem {Text = "Google", Value = "Google"},
            new SelectListItem {Text = "Other", Value = "Other"},
        }, "Value", "Text");
}

and then

@Html.DropDownListFor(m => m.YourFieldName, selectList, "Default label", new { @class = "css-class" })

or

@Html.DropDownList("ddlDropDownList", selectList, "Default label", new { @class = "css-class" })

Capitalize first letter. MySQL

Uso algo simples assim ;)

DELIMITER $$
DROP FUNCTION IF EXISTS `uc_frist` $$
CREATE FUNCTION `uc_frist` (str VARCHAR(200)) RETURNS varchar(200)
BEGIN
    set str:= lcase(str);
    set str:= CONCAT(UCASE(LEFT(str, 1)),SUBSTRING(str, 2));
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' a', ' A');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' b', ' B');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' c', ' C');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' d', ' D');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' e', ' E');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' f', ' F');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' g', ' G');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' h', ' H');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' i', ' I');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' j', ' J');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' k', ' K');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' l', ' L');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' m', ' M');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' n', ' N');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' o', ' O');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' p', ' P');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' q', ' Q');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' r', ' R');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' s', ' S');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' t', ' T');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' u', ' U');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' v', ' V');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' w', ' W');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' x', ' X');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' y', ' Y');
    set str:= REPLACE(str, ' z', ' Z');
    return  str;
END $$
DELIMITER ;

Multiple select statements in Single query

You can certainly us the a Select Agregation statement as Postulated by Ben James, However This will result in a view with as many columns as you have tables. An alternate method may be as follows:

SELECT COUNT(user_table.id) AS TableCount,'user_table' AS TableSource FROM user_table
UNION SELECT COUNT(cat_table.id) AS TableCount,'cat_table' AS TableSource FROM cat_table
UNION SELECT COUNT(course_table.id) AS TableCount, 'course_table' AS TableSource From course_table;

The Nice thing about an approch like this is that you can explicitly write the Union statements and generate a view or create a temp table to hold values that are added consecutively from a Proc cals using variables in place of your table names. I tend to go more with the latter, but it really depends on personal preference and application. If you are sure the tables will never change, you want the data in a single row format, and you will not be adding tables. stick with Ben James' solution. Otherwise I'd advise flexibility, you can always hack a cross tab struc.

Change Placeholder Text using jQuery

You can use following code to update a placeholder by id:

$("#serMemtb").attr("placeholder", "Type a Location").val("").focus().blur();

Keyword not supported: "data source" initializing Entity Framework Context

I fixed this by changing EntityClient back to SqlClient, even though I was using Entity Framework.

So my complete connection string was in the format:

<add name="DefaultConnection" connectionString="Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=xxx;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=xxx;Password=xxx" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />

submit form on click event using jquery

it's because the name of the submit button is named "submit", change it to anything but "submit", try "submitme" and retry it. It should then work.

Error - trustAnchors parameter must be non-empty

I'm a fan of portability, so I don't install java, just download the tar.gz and export some values in the path and everything works.

I fought with this issue and no solution (install or update operative systems certs) worked for me.

Error in my case was clear: empty cacerts inside my jdk.

I don't know why, but my jdk.tar.gz had an empty cacerts file

/../some_openjdk/jre/lib/security/cacerts : 32 bytes

Downloaded from:

Fix

After several attempts I found a correct jdk.tar.gz with a cacerts file with size 101 KB

I downloaded this open jdk from https://github.com/AdoptOpenJDK/openjdk8-upstream-binaries

I found this url in this Dockerfile :

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

Try it this way in a simple manner it will work

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

What is the difference between C and embedded C?

1: C is a type of computer programming language. While embedded C is a set of language extensions for the C Programming language.

2: C has a free-format program source code, in a desktop computer. while embedded C has different format based on embedded processor (micro- controllers/microprocessors).

3: C have normal optimization, in programming. while embedded C high level optimization in programming.

4: C programming must have required operating system. while embedded C may or may not be required operating system.

5: C can use resources from OS, memory, etc, i.e all resources from desktop computer can be used by C. while embedded C can use limited resources, like RAM, ROM, and I/Os on an embedded processor.

How can I print a quotation mark in C?

This one also works:

printf("%c\n", printf("Here, I print some double quotes: "));

But if you plan to use it in an interview, make sure you can explain what it does.

EDIT: Following Eric Postpischil's comment, here's a version that doesn't rely on ASCII:

printf("%c\n", printf("%*s", '"', "Printing quotes: "));

The output isn't as nice, and it still isn't 100% portable (will break on some hypothetical encoding schemes), but it should work on EBCDIC.

css label width not taking effect

I believe labels are inline, and so they don't take a width. Maybe try using "display: block" and going from there.

Python 2.7.10 error "from urllib.request import urlopen" no module named request

Try using urllib2:

https://docs.python.org/2/library/urllib2.html

This line should work to replace urlopen:

from urllib2 import urlopen

Tested in Python 2.7 on Macbook Pro

Try posting a link to the git in question.

How do I check whether an array contains a string in TypeScript?

You can use the some method:

console.log(channelArray.some(x => x === "three")); // true

You can use the find method:

console.log(channelArray.find(x => x === "three")); // three

Or you can use the indexOf method:

console.log(channelArray.indexOf("three")); // 2

ArrayList filter

As you didn't give us very much information, I'm assuming the language you're writing the code in is C#. First of all: Prefer System.Collections.Generic.List over an ArrayList. Secondly: One way would be to loop through every item in the list and check whether it contains "How". Another way would be to use LINQ. Here's a quick example that filters out every item which doesn't contain "How":

var list = new List<string>();
list.AddRange(new string[] {
    "How are you?",
    "How you doing?",
    "Joe",
    "Mike", });

foreach (string str in list.Where(s => s.Contains("How")))
{
    Console.WriteLine(str);
}
Console.ReadLine();

static constructors in C++? I need to initialize private static objects

I guess Simple solution to this will be:

    //X.h
    #pragma once
    class X
    {
    public:
            X(void);
            ~X(void);
    private:
            static bool IsInit;
            static bool Init();
    };

    //X.cpp
    #include "X.h"
    #include <iostream>

    X::X(void)
    {
    }


    X::~X(void)
    {
    }

    bool X::IsInit(Init());
    bool X::Init()
    {
            std::cout<< "ddddd";
            return true;
    }

    // main.cpp
    #include "X.h"
    int main ()
    {
            return 0;
    }

JavaScript OOP in NodeJS: how?

If you are working on your own, and you want the closest thing to OOP as you would find in Java or C# or C++, see the javascript library, CrxOop. CrxOop provides syntax somewhat familiar to Java developers.

Just be careful, Java's OOP is not the same as that found in Javascript. To get the same behavior as in Java, use CrxOop's classes, not CrxOop's structures, and make sure all your methods are virtual. An example of the syntax is,

crx_registerClass("ExampleClass", 
{ 
    "VERBOSE": 1, 

    "public var publicVar": 5, 
    "private var privateVar": 7, 

    "public virtual function publicVirtualFunction": function(x) 
    { 
        this.publicVar1 = x;
        console.log("publicVirtualFunction"); 
    }, 

    "private virtual function privatePureVirtualFunction": 0, 

    "protected virtual final function protectedVirtualFinalFunction": function() 
    { 
        console.log("protectedVirtualFinalFunction"); 
    }
}); 

crx_registerClass("ExampleSubClass", 
{ 
    VERBOSE: 1, 
    EXTENDS: "ExampleClass", 

    "public var publicVar": 2, 

    "private virtual function privatePureVirtualFunction": function(x) 
    { 
        this.PARENT.CONSTRUCT(pA);
        console.log("ExampleSubClass::privatePureVirtualFunction"); 
    } 
}); 

var gExampleSubClass = crx_new("ExampleSubClass", 4);

console.log(gExampleSubClass.publicVar);
console.log(gExampleSubClass.CAST("ExampleClass").publicVar);

The code is pure javascript, no transpiling. The example is taken from a number of examples from the official documentation.

Get records of current month

Check the MySQL Datetime Functions:

Try this:

SELECT * 
FROM tableA 
WHERE YEAR(columnName) = YEAR(CURRENT_DATE()) AND 
      MONTH(columnName) = MONTH(CURRENT_DATE());

CSS selector - element with a given child

I agree that it is not possible in general.

The only thing CSS3 can do (which helped in my case) is to select elements that have no children:

table td:empty
{
   background-color: white;
}

Or have any children (including text):

table td:not(:empty)
{
   background-color: white;
}

Where is SQL Server Management Studio 2012?

I found it here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29062

This did not require any TechNet rigamarole or the use of their horrible Java 7 based download manager.

.NET String.Format() to add commas in thousands place for a number

Below is a good solution in Java though!

NumberFormat fmt = NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance();
System.out.println(fmt.format(n));

or for a more robust way you may want to get the locale of a particular place, then use as below:

int n=9999999;
Locale locale = new Locale("en", "US");
NumberFormat fmt = NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance(locale);
System.out.println(fmt.format(n));

US Locale OUTPUT: $9,999,999.00

German Locale output

Locale locale = new Locale("de", "DE");

OUTPUT: 9.999.999,00 €

Indian Locale output

Locale locale = new Locale("de", "DE");

OUTPUT: Rs.9,999,999.00

Estonian Locale output

Locale locale = new Locale("et", "EE");

OUTPUT: 9 999 999 €

As you can see in different outputs you don't have to worry about the separator being a comma or dot or even space you can get the number formatted according to the i18n standards

Numpy: Checking if a value is NaT

Another way would be to catch the exeption:

def is_nat(npdatetime):
    try:
        npdatetime.strftime('%x')
        return False
    except:
        return True

Is there a Python equivalent to Ruby's string interpolation?

Python's string interpolation is similar to C's printf()

If you try:

name = "SpongeBob Squarepants"
print "Who lives in a Pineapple under the sea? %s" % name

The tag %s will be replaced with the name variable. You should take a look to the print function tags: http://docs.python.org/library/functions.html

Spring @PropertySource using YAML

it's because you have not configure snakeyml. spring boot come with @EnableAutoConfiguration feature. there is snakeyml config too when u call this annotation..

this is my way:

@Configuration
@EnableAutoConfiguration
public class AppContextTest {
}

here is my test:

@RunWith(SpringJUnit4ClassRunner.class)
@SpringApplicationConfiguration(
        classes = {
                AppContextTest.class,
                JaxbConfiguration.class,
        }
)

public class JaxbTest {
//tests are ommited
}

How to hide column of DataGridView when using custom DataSource?

You have to hide the column at the grid view control rather than at the data source. Hiding it at the data source it will not render to the grid view at all, therefore you won't be able to access the value in the grid view. Doing it the way you're suggesting, you would have to access the column value through the data source as opposed to the grid view.

To hide the column on the grid view control, you can use code like this:

dataGridView1.Columns[0].Visible = false;

To access the column from the data source, you could try something like this:

object colValue = ((DataTable)dataGridView.DataSource).Rows[dataSetIndex]["ColumnName"];

Gradle error: Minimum supported Gradle version is 3.3. Current version is 3.2

you need to check and configure your android gradle plugin (in project level build.gradle) and set suitable gradle versino in gradle-wrapper.properties Cross dependency between two can be find out at https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/gradle-plugin

Swift - Integer conversion to Hours/Minutes/Seconds

Here is what I use for my Music Player in Swift 4+. I am converting seconds Int to readable String format

extension Int {
    var toAudioString: String {
        let h = self / 3600
        let m = (self % 3600) / 60
        let s = (self % 3600) % 60
        return h > 0 ? String(format: "%1d:%02d:%02d", h, m, s) : String(format: "%1d:%02d", m, s)
    }
}

Use like this:

print(7903.toAudioString)

Output: 2:11:43

Binding a WPF ComboBox to a custom list

To bind the data to ComboBox

List<ComboData> ListData = new List<ComboData>();
ListData.Add(new ComboData { Id = "1", Value = "One" });
ListData.Add(new ComboData { Id = "2", Value = "Two" });
ListData.Add(new ComboData { Id = "3", Value = "Three" });
ListData.Add(new ComboData { Id = "4", Value = "Four" });
ListData.Add(new ComboData { Id = "5", Value = "Five" });

cbotest.ItemsSource = ListData;
cbotest.DisplayMemberPath = "Value";
cbotest.SelectedValuePath = "Id";

cbotest.SelectedValue = "2";

ComboData looks like:

public class ComboData
{ 
  public int Id { get; set; } 
  public string Value { get; set; } 
}

(note that Id and Value have to be properties, not class fields)

What is the apply function in Scala?

It comes from the idea that you often want to apply something to an object. The more accurate example is the one of factories. When you have a factory, you want to apply parameter to it to create an object.

Scala guys thought that, as it occurs in many situation, it could be nice to have a shortcut to call apply. Thus when you give parameters directly to an object, it's desugared as if you pass these parameters to the apply function of that object:

class MyAdder(x: Int) {
  def apply(y: Int) = x + y
}

val adder = new MyAdder(2)
val result = adder(4) // equivalent to x.apply(4)

It's often use in companion object, to provide a nice factory method for a class or a trait, here is an example:

trait A {
  val x: Int
  def myComplexStrategy: Int
}

object A {
  def apply(x: Int): A = new MyA(x)

  private class MyA(val x: Int) extends A {
    val myComplexStrategy = 42
  }
}

From the scala standard library, you might look at how scala.collection.Seq is implemented: Seq is a trait, thus new Seq(1, 2) won't compile but thanks to companion object and apply, you can call Seq(1, 2) and the implementation is chosen by the companion object.

How to open up a form from another form in VB.NET?

You may like to first create a dialogue by right clicking the project in solution explorer and in the code file type

dialogue1.show()

that's all !!!

facebook: permanent Page Access Token?

I found this answer which refers to this tool which really helped a lot.

I hope this answer is still valid when you read this.

Visual Studio 2013 Install Fails: Program Compatibility Mode is on (Windows 10)

If you are installing from an ISO file by mounting it on a Virtual Drive, Just copy the files from the Virtual Drive to your hard disk. Run the installer, it will definitely work. I have solved my problem.

How to get Activity's content view?

You can also override onContentChanged() which is among others fired when setContentView() has been called.

How to unload a package without restarting R

When you are going back and forth between scripts it may only sometimes be necessary to unload a package. Here's a simple IF statement that will prevent warnings that would appear if you tried to unload a package that was not currently loaded.

if("package:vegan" %in% search()) detach("package:vegan", unload=TRUE) 

Including this at the top of a script might be helpful.

I hope that makes your day!

Localhost not working in chrome and firefox

I found that when I had this issue that I had to delete the application.config file from my solution. I was pulling the code from co-worker's repository whose config file was mapping to their local computer resources (and not my own). In addition to that, I had to create a new virtual directory as explained in the previous answers.

Replace all particular values in a data frame

We can use data.table to get it quickly. First create df without factors,

df <- data.frame(list(A=c("","xyz","jkl"), B=c(12,"",100)), stringsAsFactors=F)

Now you can use

setDT(df)
for (jj in 1:ncol(df)) set(df, i = which(df[[jj]]==""), j = jj, v = NA)

and you can convert it back to a data.frame

setDF(df)

If you only want to use data.frame and keep factors it's more difficult, you need to work with

levels(df$value)[levels(df$value)==""] <- NA

where value is the name of every column. You need to insert it in a loop.

What's the most appropriate HTTP status code for an "item not found" error page

Since it's a user-facing page always use 404. It's the only code people know usually.

What is the "hasClass" function with plain JavaScript?

The most effective one liner that

  • returns a boolean (as opposed to Orbling's answer)
  • Does not return a false positive when searching for thisClass on an element that has class="thisClass-suffix".
  • is compatible with every browser down to at least IE6

function hasClass( target, className ) {
    return new RegExp('(\\s|^)' + className + '(\\s|$)').test(target.className);
}

How to easily initialize a list of Tuples?

C# 6 adds a new feature just for this: extension Add methods. This has always been possible for VB.net but is now available in C#.

Now you don't have to add Add() methods to your classes directly, you can implement them as extension methods. When extending any enumerable type with an Add() method, you'll be able to use it in collection initializer expressions. So you don't have to derive from lists explicitly anymore (as mentioned in another answer), you can simply extend it.

public static class TupleListExtensions
{
    public static void Add<T1, T2>(this IList<Tuple<T1, T2>> list,
            T1 item1, T2 item2)
    {
        list.Add(Tuple.Create(item1, item2));
    }

    public static void Add<T1, T2, T3>(this IList<Tuple<T1, T2, T3>> list,
            T1 item1, T2 item2, T3 item3)
    {
        list.Add(Tuple.Create(item1, item2, item3));
    }

    // and so on...
}

This will allow you to do this on any class that implements IList<>:

var numbers = new List<Tuple<int, string>>
{
    { 1, "one" },
    { 2, "two" },
    { 3, "three" },
    { 4, "four" },
    { 5, "five" },
};
var points = new ObservableCollection<Tuple<double, double, double>>
{
    { 0, 0, 0 },
    { 1, 2, 3 },
    { -4, -2, 42 },
};

Of course you're not restricted to extending collections of tuples, it can be for collections of any specific type you want the special syntax for.

public static class BigIntegerListExtensions
{
    public static void Add(this IList<BigInteger> list,
        params byte[] value)
    {
        list.Add(new BigInteger(value));
    }

    public static void Add(this IList<BigInteger> list,
        string value)
    {
        list.Add(BigInteger.Parse(value));
    }
}

var bigNumbers = new List<BigInteger>
{
    new BigInteger(1), // constructor BigInteger(int)
    2222222222L,       // implicit operator BigInteger(long)
    3333333333UL,      // implicit operator BigInteger(ulong)
    { 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4 },               // extension Add(byte[])
    "55555555555555555555555555555555555555", // extension Add(string)
};

C# 7 will be adding in support for tuples built into the language, though they will be of a different type (System.ValueTuple instead). So to it would be good to add overloads for value tuples so you have the option to use them as well. Unfortunately, there are no implicit conversions defined between the two.

public static class ValueTupleListExtensions
{
    public static void Add<T1, T2>(this IList<Tuple<T1, T2>> list,
        ValueTuple<T1, T2> item) => list.Add(item.ToTuple());
}

This way the list initialization will look even nicer.

var points = new List<Tuple<int, int, int>>
{
    (0, 0, 0),
    (1, 2, 3),
    (-1, 12, -73),
};

But instead of going through all this trouble, it might just be better to switch to using ValueTuple exclusively.

var points = new List<(int, int, int)>
{
    (0, 0, 0),
    (1, 2, 3),
    (-1, 12, -73),
};

Undefined reference to `sin`

I had the same problem, which went away after I listed my library last: gcc prog.c -lm

Getting the document object of an iframe

For even more robustness:

function getIframeWindow(iframe_object) {
  var doc;

  if (iframe_object.contentWindow) {
    return iframe_object.contentWindow;
  }

  if (iframe_object.window) {
    return iframe_object.window;
  } 

  if (!doc && iframe_object.contentDocument) {
    doc = iframe_object.contentDocument;
  } 

  if (!doc && iframe_object.document) {
    doc = iframe_object.document;
  }

  if (doc && doc.defaultView) {
   return doc.defaultView;
  }

  if (doc && doc.parentWindow) {
    return doc.parentWindow;
  }

  return undefined;
}

and

...
var el = document.getElementById('targetFrame');

var frame_win = getIframeWindow(el);

if (frame_win) {
  frame_win.targetFunction();
  ...
}
...

Catch multiple exceptions at once?

in C# 6 the recommended approach is to use Exception Filters, here is an example:

 try
 {
      throw new OverflowException();
 }
 catch(Exception e ) when ((e is DivideByZeroException) || (e is OverflowException))
 {
       // this will execute iff e is DividedByZeroEx or OverflowEx
       Console.WriteLine("E");
 }

How to import jquery using ES6 syntax?

webpack users, add the below to your plugins array.

let plugins = [
  // expose $ and jQuery to global scope.
  new webpack.ProvidePlugin({
    $: 'jquery',
    jQuery: 'jquery'
  })
];

Where is GACUTIL for .net Framework 4.0 in windows 7?

There is no Gacutil included in the .net 4.0 standard installation. They have moved the GAC too, from %Windir%\assembly to %Windir%\Microsoft.NET\Assembly.

They havent' even bothered adding a "special view" for the folder in Windows explorer, as they have for the .net 1.0/2.0 GAC.

Gacutil is part of the Windows SDK, so if you want to use it on your developement machine, just install the Windows SDK for your current platform. Then you will find it somewhere like this (depending on your SDK version):

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\bin\NETFX 4.0 Tools

There is a discussion on the new GAC here: .NET 4.0 has a new GAC, why?

If you want to install something in GAC on a production machine, you need to do it the "proper" way (gacutil was never meant as a tool for installing stuff on production servers, only as a development tool), with a Windows Installer, or with other tools. You can e.g. do it with PowerShell and the System.EnterpriseServices dll.

On a general note, and coming from several years of experience, I would personally strongly recommend against using GAC at all. Your application will always work if you deploy the DLL with each application in its bin folder as well. Yes, you will get multiple copies of the DLL on your server if you have e.g. multiple web apps on one server, but it's definitely worth the flexibility of being able to upgrade one application without breaking the others (by introducing an incompatible version of the shared DLL in the GAC).

How to export database schema in Oracle to a dump file

It depends on which version of Oracle? Older versions require exp (export), newer versions use expdp (data pump); exp was deprecated but still works most of the time.

Before starting, note that Data Pump exports to the server-side Oracle "directory", which is an Oracle symbolic location mapped in the database to a physical location. There may be a default directory (DATA_PUMP_DIR), check by querying DBA_DIRECTORIES:

  SQL> select * from dba_directories;

... and if not, create one

  SQL> create directory DATA_PUMP_DIR as '/oracle/dumps';
  SQL> grant all on directory DATA_PUMP_DIR to myuser;    -- DBAs dont need this grant

Assuming you can connect as the SYSTEM user, or another DBA, you can export any schema like so, to the default directory:

 $ expdp system/manager schemas=user1 dumpfile=user1.dpdmp

Or specifying a specific directory, add directory=<directory name>:

 C:\> expdp system/manager schemas=user1 dumpfile=user1.dpdmp directory=DUMPDIR

With older export utility, you can export to your working directory, and even on a client machine that is remote from the server, using:

 $ exp system/manager owner=user1 file=user1.dmp

Make sure the export is done in the correct charset. If you haven't setup your environment, the Oracle client charset may not match the DB charset, and Oracle will do charset conversion, which may not be what you want. You'll see a warning, if so, then you'll want to repeat the export after setting NLS_LANG environment variable so the client charset matches the database charset. This will cause Oracle to skip charset conversion.

Example for American UTF8 (UNIX):

 $ export NLS_LANG=AMERICAN_AMERICA.AL32UTF8

Windows uses SET, example using Japanese UTF8:

 C:\> set NLS_LANG=Japanese_Japan.AL32UTF8

More info on Data Pump here: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/server.111/b28319/dp_export.htm#g1022624

Makefiles with source files in different directories

If the sources are spread in many folders, and it makes sense to have individual Makefiles then as suggested before, recursive make is a good approach, but for smaller projects I find it easier to list all the source files in the Makefile with their relative path to the Makefile like this:

# common sources
COMMON_SRC := ./main.cpp \
              ../src1/somefile.cpp \
              ../src1/somefile2.cpp \
              ../src2/somefile3.cpp \

I can then set VPATH this way:

VPATH := ../src1:../src2

Then I build the objects:

COMMON_OBJS := $(patsubst %.cpp, $(ObjDir)/%$(ARCH)$(DEBUG).o, $(notdir $(COMMON_SRC)))

Now the rule is simple:

# the "common" object files
$(ObjDir)/%$(ARCH)$(DEBUG).o : %.cpp Makefile
    @echo creating $@ ...
    $(CXX) $(CFLAGS) $(EXTRA_CFLAGS) -c -o $@ $<

And building the output is even easier:

# This will make the cbsdk shared library
$(BinDir)/$(OUTPUTBIN): $(COMMON_OBJS)
    @echo building output ...
    $(CXX) -o $(BinDir)/$(OUTPUTBIN) $(COMMON_OBJS) $(LFLAGS)

One can even make the VPATH generation automated by:

VPATH := $(dir $(COMMON_SRC))

Or using the fact that sort removes duplicates (although it should not matter):

VPATH := $(sort  $(dir $(COMMON_SRC)))

What's the key difference between HTML 4 and HTML 5?

HTML5 introduces a number of APIs that help in creating Web applications. These can be used together with the new elements introduced for applications:

  • An API for playing of video and audio which can be used with the new video and audio elements.
  • An API that enables offline Web applications.
  • An API that allows a Web application to register itself for certain protocols or media types.
  • An editing API in combination with a new global contenteditable attribute.
  • A drag & drop API in combination with a draggable attribute.
  • An API that exposes the history and allows pages to add to it to prevent breaking the back button.

What do <o:p> elements do anyway?

Couldn't find any official documentation (no surprise there) but according to this interesting article, those elements are injected in order to enable Word to convert the HTML back to fully compatible Word document, with everything preserved.

The relevant paragraph:

Microsoft added the special tags to Word's HTML with an eye toward backward compatibility. Microsoft wanted you to be able to save files in HTML complete with all of the tracking, comments, formatting, and other special Word features found in traditional DOC files. If you save a file in HTML and then reload it in Word, theoretically you don't loose anything at all.

This makes lots of sense.

For your specific question.. the o in the <o:p> means "Office namespace" so anything following the o: in a tag means "I'm part of Office namespace" - in case of <o:p> it just means paragraph, the equivalent of the ordinary <p> tag.

I assume that every HTML tag has its Office "equivalent" and they have more.

How are POST and GET variables handled in Python?

Python is only a language, to get GET and POST data, you need a web framework or toolkit written in Python. Django is one, as Charlie points out, the cgi and urllib standard modules are others. Also available are Turbogears, Pylons, CherryPy, web.py, mod_python, fastcgi, etc, etc.

In Django, your view functions receive a request argument which has request.GET and request.POST. Other frameworks will do it differently.

Error: allowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond application level

I had the same problem because a new global Web.Config is automatically created for the parent folder. It was \Website\Website.

After I moved all file from the child folder to the parent and delete the child folder, now I have only one Web.Config and the problem is resolved.

C# how to use enum with switch

 public enum Operator
    {
        PLUS, MINUS, MULTIPLY, DIVIDE
    }

    public class Calc
    {
        public void Calculate(int left, int right, Operator op)
        {

            switch (op)
            {
                case Operator.DIVIDE:
                    //Divide
                    break;
                case Operator.MINUS:
                    //Minus
                    break;
                case Operator.MULTIPLY:
                    //...
                    break;
                case Operator.PLUS:
                    //;;
                    break;
                default:
                    throw new InvalidOperationException("Couldn't process operation: " + op);
            }
        }
    }

Maven and Spring Boot - non resolvable parent pom - repo.spring.io (Unknown host)

If you are using docker service and you have switched to other network. You need to restart docker service.

service docker restart

This solved my problem in docker.

How to install JDK 11 under Ubuntu?

To install Openjdk 11 in Ubuntu, the following commands worked well.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:openjdk-r/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt install openjdk-11-jdk

How to ISO 8601 format a Date with Timezone Offset in JavaScript?

Here are the functions I used for this end:

function localToGMTStingTime(localTime = null) {
    var date = localTime ? new Date(localTime) : new Date();
    return new Date(date.getTime() + (date.getTimezoneOffset() * 60000)).toISOString();
};

function GMTToLocalStingTime(GMTTime = null) {
    var date = GMTTime ? new Date(GMTTime) : new Date();;
    return new Date(date.getTime() - (date.getTimezoneOffset() * 60000)).toISOString();
};

git push to specific branch

The answers in question you linked-to are all about configuring git so that you can enter very short git push commands and have them do whatever you want. Which is great, if you know what you want and how to spell that in Git-Ese, but you're new to git! :-)

In your case, Petr Mensik's answer is the (well, "a") right one. Here's why:

The command git push remote roots around in your .git/config file to find the named "remote" (e.g., origin). The config file lists:

  • where (URL-wise) that remote "lives" (e.g., ssh://hostname/path)
  • where pushes go, if different
  • what gets pushed, if you didn't say what branch(es) to push
  • what gets fetched when you run git fetch remote

When you first cloned the repo—whenever that was—git set up default values for some of these. The URL is whatever you cloned from and the rest, if set or unset, are all "reasonable" defaults ... or, hmm, are they?

The issue with these is that people have changed their minds, over time, as to what is "reasonable". So now (depending on your version of git and whether you've configured things in detail), git may print a lot of warnings about defaults changing in the future. Adding the name of the "branch to push"—amd_qlp_tester—(1) shuts it up, and (2) pushes just that one branch.

If you want to push more conveniently, you could do that with:

git push origin

or even:

git push

but whether that does what you want, depends on whether you agree with "early git authors" that the original defaults are reasonable, or "later git authors" that the original defaults aren't reasonable. So, when you want to do all the configuration stuff (eventually), see the question (and answers) you linked-to.

As for the name origin/amd_qlp_tester in the first place: that's actually a local entity (a name kept inside your repo), even though it's called a "remote branch". It's git's best guess at "where amd_qlp_tester is over there". Git updates it when it can.

SSH -L connection successful, but localhost port forwarding not working "channel 3: open failed: connect failed: Connection refused"

I used to meet the similar problem because 'localhost' was not available on server when it restarted network service, e.g. 'ifdown -a' but followed by only 'ifup -eo1'. Besides server is not listening to the port, you can also check 'localhost' is available or not.

ps: Post it just hope someone who has the similar problem may benefit.

Full examples of using pySerial package

http://web.archive.org/web/20131107050923/http://www.roman10.net/serial-port-communication-in-python/comment-page-1/

#!/usr/bin/python

import serial, time
#initialization and open the port

#possible timeout values:
#    1. None: wait forever, block call
#    2. 0: non-blocking mode, return immediately
#    3. x, x is bigger than 0, float allowed, timeout block call

ser = serial.Serial()
#ser.port = "/dev/ttyUSB0"
ser.port = "/dev/ttyUSB7"
#ser.port = "/dev/ttyS2"
ser.baudrate = 9600
ser.bytesize = serial.EIGHTBITS #number of bits per bytes
ser.parity = serial.PARITY_NONE #set parity check: no parity
ser.stopbits = serial.STOPBITS_ONE #number of stop bits
#ser.timeout = None          #block read
ser.timeout = 1            #non-block read
#ser.timeout = 2              #timeout block read
ser.xonxoff = False     #disable software flow control
ser.rtscts = False     #disable hardware (RTS/CTS) flow control
ser.dsrdtr = False       #disable hardware (DSR/DTR) flow control
ser.writeTimeout = 2     #timeout for write

try: 
    ser.open()
except Exception, e:
    print "error open serial port: " + str(e)
    exit()

if ser.isOpen():

    try:
        ser.flushInput() #flush input buffer, discarding all its contents
        ser.flushOutput()#flush output buffer, aborting current output 
                 #and discard all that is in buffer

        #write data
        ser.write("AT+CSQ")
        print("write data: AT+CSQ")

       time.sleep(0.5)  #give the serial port sometime to receive the data

       numOfLines = 0

       while True:
          response = ser.readline()
          print("read data: " + response)

        numOfLines = numOfLines + 1

        if (numOfLines >= 5):
            break

        ser.close()
    except Exception, e1:
        print "error communicating...: " + str(e1)

else:
    print "cannot open serial port "

SQL Update with row_number()

Your second attempt failed primarily because you named the CTE same as the underlying table and made the CTE look as if it was a recursive CTE, because it essentially referenced itself. A recursive CTE must have a specific structure which requires the use of the UNION ALL set operator.

Instead, you could just have given the CTE a different name as well as added the target column to it:

With SomeName As
(
SELECT 
CODE_DEST,
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY [RS_NOM] DESC) AS RN
FROM DESTINATAIRE_TEMP
)
UPDATE SomeName SET CODE_DEST=RN

How to Compare two Arrays are Equal using Javascript?

Here goes the code. Which is able to compare arrays by any position.

var array1 = [4,8,10,9];

var array2 = [10,8,9,4];

var is_same = array1.length == array2.length && array1.every(function(element, index) {
    //return element === array2[index];
  if(array2.indexOf(element)>-1){
    return element = array2[array2.indexOf(element)];
  }
});
console.log(is_same);

List distinct values in a vector in R

Try using the duplicated function in combination with the negation operator "!".

Example:

wdups <- rep(1:5,5)
wodups <- wdups[which(!duplicated(wdups))]

Hope that helps.

How can you create multiple cursors in Visual Studio Code

Alt + Command + Shift will add a cursor to the next instance of what you've selected. E.g. a variable or function name

How to reference a .css file on a razor view?

layout works the same as an master page. any css reference that layout has, any child pages will have.

Scott Gu has an excellent explanation here

how to add new <li> to <ul> onclick with javascript

You were almost there:

You just need to append the li to ul and voila!

So just add

ul.appendChild(li);

to the end of your function so the end function will be like this:

function function1() {
  var ul = document.getElementById("list");
  var li = document.createElement("li");
  li.appendChild(document.createTextNode("Element 4"));
  ul.appendChild(li);
}

How to properly apply a lambda function into a pandas data frame column

You need mask:

sample['PR'] = sample['PR'].mask(sample['PR'] < 90, np.nan)

Another solution with loc and boolean indexing:

sample.loc[sample['PR'] < 90, 'PR'] = np.nan

Sample:

import pandas as pd
import numpy as np

sample = pd.DataFrame({'PR':[10,100,40] })
print (sample)
    PR
0   10
1  100
2   40

sample['PR'] = sample['PR'].mask(sample['PR'] < 90, np.nan)
print (sample)
      PR
0    NaN
1  100.0
2    NaN
sample.loc[sample['PR'] < 90, 'PR'] = np.nan
print (sample)
      PR
0    NaN
1  100.0
2    NaN

EDIT:

Solution with apply:

sample['PR'] = sample['PR'].apply(lambda x: np.nan if x < 90 else x)

Timings len(df)=300k:

sample = pd.concat([sample]*100000).reset_index(drop=True)

In [853]: %timeit sample['PR'].apply(lambda x: np.nan if x < 90 else x)
10 loops, best of 3: 102 ms per loop

In [854]: %timeit sample['PR'].mask(sample['PR'] < 90, np.nan)
The slowest run took 4.28 times longer than the fastest. This could mean that an intermediate result is being cached.
100 loops, best of 3: 3.71 ms per loop

GnuPG: "decryption failed: secret key not available" error from gpg on Windows

when reimporting your keys from the old keyring, you need to specify the command:

gpg --allow-secret-key-import --import <keyring>

otherwise it will only import the public keys, not the private keys.

Datatables on-the-fly resizing

This did the trick for me.

$('#dataTable').resize()

mysql_config not found when installing mysqldb python interface

Just type:

$ sudo apt-get install python-dev
$ venv/bin/pip install MySQL-python

This will solve this problems.

How to reset postgres' primary key sequence when it falls out of sync?

If you see this error when you are loading custom SQL data for initialization, another way to avoid this is:

Instead of writing:

INSERT INTO book (id, name, price) VALUES (1 , 'Alchemist' , 10),

Remove the id (primary key) from initial data

INSERT INTO book (name, price) VALUES ('Alchemist' , 10),

This keeps the Postgres sequence in sync !

Using jQuery how to get click coordinates on the target element

Try this:

jQuery(document).ready(function(){
   $("#special").click(function(e){
      $('#status2').html(e.pageX +', '+ e.pageY);
   }); 
})

Here you can find more info with DEMO

C#: How to make pressing enter in a text box trigger a button, yet still allow shortcuts such as "Ctrl+A" to get through?

You do not need any client side code if doing this is ASP.NET. The example below is a boostrap input box with a search button with an fontawesome icon.

You will see that in place of using a regular < div > tag with a class of "input-group" I have used a asp:Panel. The DefaultButton property set to the id of my button, does the trick.

In example below, after typing something in the input textbox, you just hit enter and that will result in a submit.

<asp:Panel DefaultButton="btnblogsearch" runat="server" CssClass="input-group blogsearch">
<asp:TextBox ID="txtSearchWords" CssClass="form-control" runat="server" Width="100%" Placeholder="Search for..."></asp:TextBox>
<span class="input-group-btn">
    <asp:LinkButton ID="btnblogsearch" runat="server" CssClass="btn btn-default"><i class="fa fa-search"></i></asp:LinkButton>
</span></asp:Panel>

Correct way to load a Nib for a UIView subclass

Answering my own question about 2 or something years later here but...

It uses a protocol extension so you can do it without any extra code for all classes.

/*

Prerequisites
-------------
- In IB set the view's class to the type hook up any IBOutlets
- In IB ensure the file's owner is blank

*/

public protocol CreatedFromNib {
    static func createFromNib() -> Self?
    static func nibName() -> String?
}

extension UIView: CreatedFromNib { }

public extension CreatedFromNib where Self: UIView {

    public static func createFromNib() -> Self? {
        guard let nibName = nibName() else { return nil }
        guard let view = NSBundle.mainBundle().loadNibNamed(nibName, owner: nil, options: nil).last as? Self else { return nil }
        return view
    }

    public static func nibName() -> String? {
        guard let n = NSStringFromClass(Self.self).componentsSeparatedByString(".").last else { return nil }
        return n
    }
}

// Usage:
let myView = MyView().createFromNib()

Graphical HTTP client for windows

I too have been frustrated by the lack of good graphical http clients available for Windows. So over the past couple years I've been developing one myself: I'm Only Resting, "a feature-rich WinForms-based HTTP client." It's open source (Apache License, Version 2.0) with freely available downloads.

It currently has fairly complete coverage of HTTP features except for file uploads, and it provides a very good user interface with great request and response management.

Here's a screenshot:

enter image description here
(source: swensensoftware.com)

How to run function in AngularJS controller on document ready?

See this post How to execute angular controller function on page load?
For fast lookup:

// register controller in html
<div data-ng-controller="myCtrl" data-ng-init="init()"></div>

// in controller
$scope.init = function () {
    // check if there is query in url
    // and fire search in case its value is not empty
};

This way, You don't have to wait till document is ready.

How do I interpret precision and scale of a number in a database?

Precision, Scale, and Length in the SQL Server 2000 documentation reads:

Precision is the number of digits in a number. Scale is the number of digits to the right of the decimal point in a number. For example, the number 123.45 has a precision of 5 and a scale of 2.

Command not found error in Bash variable assignment

When you define any variable then you do not have to put in any extra spaces.

E.g.

name = "Stack Overflow"  
// it is not valid, you will get an error saying- "Command not found"

So remove spaces:

name="Stack Overflow" 

and it will work fine.

Spring: How to get parameters from POST body?

You can bind the json to a POJO using MappingJacksonHttpMessageConverter . Thus your controller signature can read :-

  public ResponseEntity<Boolean> saveData(@RequestBody RequestDTO req) 

Where RequestDTO needs to be a bean appropriately annotated to work with jackson serializing/deserializing. Your *-servlet.xml file should have the Jackson message converter registered in RequestMappingHandler as follows :-

  <list >
    <bean class="org.springframework.http.converter.json.MappingJacksonHttpMessageConverter"/>

  </list>
</property>
</bean>

Multi-dimensional arrays in Bash

Independent of the shell being used (sh, ksh, bash, ...) the following approach works pretty well for n-dimensional arrays (the sample covers a 2-dimensional array).

In the sample the line-separator (1st dimension) is the space character. For introducing a field separator (2nd dimension) the standard unix tool tr is used. Additional separators for additional dimensions can be used in the same way.

Of course the performance of this approach is not very well, but if performance is not a criteria this approach is quite generic and can solve many problems:

array2d="1.1:1.2:1.3 2.1:2.2 3.1:3.2:3.3:3.4"

function process2ndDimension {
    for dimension2 in $*
    do
        echo -n $dimension2 "   "
    done
    echo
}

function process1stDimension {
    for dimension1 in $array2d
    do
        process2ndDimension `echo $dimension1 | tr : " "`
    done
}

process1stDimension

The output of that sample looks like this:

1.1     1.2     1.3     
2.1     2.2     
3.1     3.2     3.3     3.4 

org.apache.catalina.LifecycleException: Failed to start component [StandardServer[8005]]A child container failed during start

This seems to be an issue with local Maven repository. (i.e. .m2 folder) may be due to some corrupt .jar file

For me, the following actions helped to overcome this issue.

  1. On my local file system, I've deleted the directory .m2 (Maven local repository)

  2. In Eclipse, updated the project (select Maven > Update Project)

  3. Ran the app again on Tomcat server.

Using File.listFiles with FileNameExtensionFilter

Here's something I quickly just made and it should perform far better than File.getName().endsWith(".xxxx");

import java.io.File;
import java.io.FileFilter;

public class ExtensionsFilter implements FileFilter 
{
    private char[][] extensions;

    private ExtensionsFilter(String[] extensions)
    {
        int length = extensions.length;
        this.extensions = new char[length][];
        for (String s : extensions)
        {
            this.extensions[--length] = s.toCharArray();
        }
    }

    @Override
    public boolean accept(File file)
    {
        char[] path = file.getPath().toCharArray();
        for (char[] extension : extensions)
        {
            if (extension.length > path.length)
            {
                continue;
            }
            int pStart = path.length - 1;
            int eStart = extension.length - 1;
            boolean success = true;
            for (int i = 0; i <= eStart; i++)
            {
                if ((path[pStart - i] | 0x20) != (extension[eStart - i] | 0x20))
                {
                    success = false;
                    break;
                }
            }
            if (success)
                return true;
        }
        return false;
    }
}

Here's an example for various images formats.

private static final ExtensionsFilter IMAGE_FILTER = 
      new ExtensionsFilter(new String[] {".png", ".jpg", ".bmp"});

How to update-alternatives to Python 3 without breaking apt?

Per Debian policy, python refers to Python 2 and python3 refers to Python 3. Don't try to change this system-wide or you are in for the sort of trouble you already discovered.

Virtual environments allow you to run an isolated Python installation with whatever version of Python and whatever libraries you need without messing with the system Python install.

With recent Python 3, venv is part of the standard library; with older versions, you might need to install python3-venv or a similar package.

$HOME~$ python --version
Python 2.7.11

$HOME~$ python3 -m venv myenv
... stuff happens ...

$HOME~$ . ./myenv/bin/activate

(myenv) $HOME~$ type python   # "type" is preferred over which; see POSIX
python is /home/you/myenv/bin/python

(myenv) $HOME~$ python --version
Python 3.5.1

A common practice is to have a separate environment for each project you work on, anyway; but if you want this to look like it's effectively system-wide for your own login, you could add the activation stanza to your .profile or similar.

How to enable TLS 1.2 in Java 7

I had similar issue when connecting to RDS Oracle even when client and server were both set to TLSv1.2 the certs was right and java was 1.8.0_141 So Finally I had to apply patch at Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files

After applying the patch the issue went away and connection went fine.

Get drop down value

If your dropdown is something like this:

<select id="thedropdown">
  <option value="1">one</option>
  <option value="2">two</option>
</select>

Then you would use something like:

var a = document.getElementById("thedropdown");
alert(a.options[a.selectedIndex].value);

But a library like jQuery simplifies things:

alert($('#thedropdown').val());

How to URL encode a string in Ruby

If you want to "encode" a full URL without having to think about manually splitting it into its different parts, I found the following worked in the same way that I used to use URI.encode:

URI.parse(my_url).to_s

Finding repeated words on a string and counting the repetitions

As mentioned by others use String::split(), followed by some map (hashmap or linkedhashmap) and then merge your result. For completeness sake putting the code.

import java.util.*;

public class Genric<E>
{
    public static void main(String[] args) 
    {
        Map<String, Integer> unique = new LinkedHashMap<String, Integer>();
        for (String string : "House, House, House, Dog, Dog, Dog, Dog".split(", ")) {
            if(unique.get(string) == null)
                unique.put(string, 1);
            else
                unique.put(string, unique.get(string) + 1);
        }
        String uniqueString = join(unique.keySet(), ", ");
        List<Integer> value = new ArrayList<Integer>(unique.values());

        System.out.println("Output = " + uniqueString);
        System.out.println("Values = " + value);

    }

    public static String join(Collection<String> s, String delimiter) {
        StringBuffer buffer = new StringBuffer();
        Iterator<String> iter = s.iterator();
        while (iter.hasNext()) {
            buffer.append(iter.next());
            if (iter.hasNext()) {
                buffer.append(delimiter);
            }
        }
        return buffer.toString();
    }
}

New String is Output = House, Dog

Int array (or rather list) Values = [3, 4] (you can use List::toArray) for getting an array.

Linux Process States

Generally the process will block. If the read operation is on a file descriptor marked as non-blocking or if the process is using asynchronous IO it won't block. Also if the process has other threads that aren't blocked they can continue running.

The decision as to which process runs next is up to the scheduler in the kernel.

Remove gutter space for a specific div only

Update 2018

For Bootstrap 3, it's much easier. Bootstrap 3 now uses padding instead of margins to create the "gutter".

.row.no-gutter {
  margin-left: 0;
  margin-right: 0;
}

.row.no-gutter [class*='col-']:not(:first-child),
.row.no-gutter [class*='col-']:not(:last-child) {
  padding-right: 0;
  padding-left: 0;
}

Then just add no-gutter to any rows where spacing is to be removed:

  <div class="row no-gutter">
    <div class="col-lg-1"><div>1</div></div>
    <div class="col-lg-1"><div>1</div></div>
    <div class="col-lg-1"><div>1</div></div>
  </div>

Demo: http://bootply.com/107708

Bootstrap 4 (no extra CSS needed)

Bootstrap 4 includes a no-gutters class that can be applied to the entire row:

http://www.codeply.com/go/pVsGQZVVtG

<div class="row no-gutters">
    <div class="col">..</div>
    <div class="col">..</div>
    <div class="col">..</div>
</div>

There are also new spacing utils that enable control of padding/margins. So this can be used to change the padding (gutter) for a single column (ie: <div class="col-3 pl-0"></div>) sets padding-left:0; on the column, or use px-0 to remove both the left and right padding (x-axis).

Scale an equation to fit exact page width

I just had the situation that I wanted this only for lines exceeding \linewidth, that is: Squeezing long lines slightly. Since it took me hours to figure this out, I would like to add it here.

I want to emphasize that scaling fonts in LaTeX is a deadly sin! In nearly every situation, there is a better way (e.g. multline of the mathtools package). So use it conscious.

In this particular case, I had no influence on the code base apart the preamble and some lines slightly overshooting the page border when I compiled it as an eBook-scaled pdf.

\usepackage{environ}         % provides \BODY
\usepackage{etoolbox}        % provides \ifdimcomp
\usepackage{graphicx}        % provides \resizebox

\newlength{\myl}
\let\origequation=\equation
\let\origendequation=\endequation

\RenewEnviron{equation}{
  \settowidth{\myl}{$\BODY$}                       % calculate width and save as \myl
  \origequation
  \ifdimcomp{\the\linewidth}{>}{\the\myl}
  {\ensuremath{\BODY}}                             % True
  {\resizebox{\linewidth}{!}{\ensuremath{\BODY}}}  % False
  \origendequation
}

Before before After after

How do I add PHP code/file to HTML(.html) files?

In order to use php in .html files, you must associate them with your PHP processor in your HTTP server's config file. In Apache, that looks like this:

AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .html

Android load from URL to Bitmap

Please try this following steps.

1) Create AsyncTask in class or adapter(if you want to change the list item image).

public class AsyncTaskLoadImage extends AsyncTask<String, String, Bitmap> {
        private final static String TAG = "AsyncTaskLoadImage";
        private ImageView imageView;

        public AsyncTaskLoadImage(ImageView imageView) {
            this.imageView = imageView;
        }

        @Override
        protected Bitmap doInBackground(String... params) {
            Bitmap bitmap = null;
            try {
                URL url = new URL(params[0]);
                bitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeStream((InputStream) url.getContent());
            } catch (IOException e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
            } catch (Exception e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
            return bitmap;
        }

        @Override
        protected void onPostExecute(Bitmap bitmap) {
            try {
                int width, height;
                height = bitmap.getHeight();
                width = bitmap.getWidth();

                Bitmap bmpGrayscale = Bitmap.createBitmap(width, height, Bitmap.Config.ARGB_8888);
                Canvas c = new Canvas(bmpGrayscale);
                Paint paint = new Paint();
                ColorMatrix cm = new ColorMatrix();
                cm.setSaturation(0);
                ColorMatrixColorFilter f = new ColorMatrixColorFilter(cm);
                paint.setColorFilter(f);
                c.drawBitmap(bitmap, 0, 0, paint);
                imageView.setImageBitmap(bmpGrayscale);
            } catch (Exception e) {
                e.printStackTrace();
            }
        }
    }

2) Call the AsyncTask from your activity, fragment or adapter(inside onBindViewHolder).

2.a) For adapter:

    String src = current.getProductImage();
    new AsyncTaskLoadImage(holder.icon).execute(src);

2.b) For activity and fragment:

**Activity:**
  ImageView imagview= (ImageView) findViewById(R.Id.imageview);
  String src = (your image string);
  new AsyncTaskLoadImage(imagview).execute(src);

**Fragment:**
  ImageView imagview= (ImageView)view.findViewById(R.Id.imageview);
  String src = (your image string);
  new AsyncTaskLoadImage(imagview).execute(src);

3) Kindly run the app and check the image.

Happy coding....:)

I keep getting this error for my simple python program: "TypeError: 'float' object cannot be interpreted as an integer"

Also possible is to fix this with np.arange() instead of range which works for float numbers:

import numpy as np
for i in np.arange(c/10):

async await return Task

You need to use the await keyword when use async and your function return type should be generic Here is an example with return value:

public async Task<object> MethodName()
{
    return await Task.FromResult<object>(null);
}

Here is an example with no return value:

public async Task MethodName()
{
    await Task.CompletedTask;
}

Read these:

TPL: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd460717(v=vs.110).aspx and Tasks: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.threading.tasks(v=vs.110).aspx

Async: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh156513.aspx Await: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh156528.aspx

Difference between Destroy and Delete

A lot of answers already; wanted to jump on with a bit more.

docs:

For has_many, destroy and destroy_all will always call the destroy method of the record(s) being removed so that callbacks are run. However delete and delete_all will either do the deletion according to the strategy specified by the :dependent option, or if no :dependent option is given, then it will follow the default strategy. The default strategy is to do nothing (leave the foreign keys with the parent ids set), except for has_many :through, where the default strategy is delete_all (delete the join records, without running their callbacks).

The delete verbage works differently for ActiveRecord::Association.has_many and ActiveRecord::Base. For the latter, delete will execute SQL DELETE and bypass all validations/callbacks. The former will be executed based on the :dependent option passed into the association. However, during testing, I found the following side effect where callbacks were only ran for delete and not delete_all

dependent: :destroy Example:

class Parent < ApplicationRecord
   has_many :children,
     before_remove: -> (_) { puts "before_remove callback" },
     dependent: :destroy
end

class Child < ApplicationRecord
   belongs_to :parent

   before_destroy -> { puts "before_destroy callback" }
end

> child.delete                            # Ran without callbacks
Child Destroy (99.6ms)  DELETE FROM "children" WHERE "children"."id" = $1  [["id", 21]]

> parent.children.delete(other_child)     # Ran with callbacks
before_remove callback
before_destroy callback
Child Destroy (0.4ms)  DELETE FROM "children" WHERE "children"."id" = $1  [["id", 22]]

> parent.children.delete_all              # Ran without callbacks
Child Destroy (1.0ms)  DELETE FROM "children" WHERE "children"."parent_id" = $1  [["parent_id", 1]]

Deep-Learning Nan loss reasons

If you'd like to gather more information on the error and if the error occurs in the first few iterations, I suggest you run the experiment in CPU-only mode (no GPUs). The error message will be much more specific.

Source: https://github.com/tensorflow/tensor2tensor/issues/574

Reading From A Text File - Batch

Your code "for /f "tokens=* delims=" %%x in (a.txt) do echo %%x" will work on most Windows Operating Systems unless you have modified commands.

So you could instead "cd" into the directory to read from before executing the "for /f" command to follow out the string. For instance if the file "a.txt" is located at C:\documents and settings\%USERNAME%\desktop\a.txt then you'd use the following.

cd "C:\documents and settings\%USERNAME%\desktop"
for /f "tokens=* delims=" %%x in (a.txt) do echo %%x
echo.
echo.
echo.
pause >nul
exit

But since this doesn't work on your computer for x reason there is an easier and more efficient way of doing this. Using the "type" command.

@echo off
color a
cls
cd "C:\documents and settings\%USERNAME%\desktop"
type a.txt
echo.
echo.
pause >nul
exit

Or if you'd like them to select the file from which to write in the batch you could do the following.

@echo off
:A
color a
cls
echo Choose the file that you want to read.
echo.
echo.
tree
echo.
echo.
echo.
set file=
set /p file=File:
cls
echo Reading from %file%
echo.
type %file%
echo.
echo.
echo.
set re=
set /p re=Y/N?:
if %re%==Y goto :A
if %re%==y goto :A
exit

What are the differences between LinearLayout, RelativeLayout, and AbsoluteLayout?

LinearLayout - In LinearLayout, views are organized either in vertical or horizontal orientation.

RelativeLayout - RelativeLayout is way more complex than LinearLayout, hence provides much more functionalities. Views are placed, as the name suggests, relative to each other.

FrameLayout - It behaves as a single object and its child views are overlapped over each other. FrameLayout takes the size of as per the biggest child element.

Coordinator Layout - This is the most powerful ViewGroup introduced in Android support library. It behaves as FrameLayout and has a lot of functionalities to coordinate amongst its child views, for example, floating button and snackbar, Toolbar with scrollable view.

Force GUI update from UI Thread

At first I wondered why the OP hadn't already marked one of the responses as the answer, but after trying it myself and still have it not work, I dug a little deeper and found there's much more to this issue then I'd first supposed.

A better understanding can be gained by reading from a similar question: Why won't control update/refresh mid-process

Lastly, for the record, I was able to get my label to update by doing the following:

private void SetStatus(string status) 
{
    lblStatus.Text = status;
    lblStatus.Invalidate();
    lblStatus.Update();
    lblStatus.Refresh();
    Application.DoEvents();
}

Though from what I understand this is far from an elegant and correct approach to doing it. It's a hack that may or may not work depending upon how busy the thread is.

Remove a HTML tag but keep the innerHtml

How about this?

$("b").insertAdjacentHTML("afterend",$("b").innerHTML);
$("b").parentNode.removeChild($("b"));

The first line copies the HTML contents of the b tag to the location directly after the b tag, and then the second line removes the b tag from the DOM, leaving only its copied contents.

I normally wrap this into a function to make it easier to use:

function removeElementTags(element) {
   element.insertAdjacentHTML("afterend",element.innerHTML);
   element.parentNode.removeChild(element);
}

All of the code is actually pure Javascript, the only JQuery being used is that to select the element to target (the b tag in the first example). The function is just pure JS :D

Also look at:

What is the most effective way for float and double comparison?

`return fabs(a - b) < EPSILON;

This is fine if:

  • the order of magnitude of your inputs don't change much
  • very small numbers of opposite signs can be treated as equal

But otherwise it'll lead you into trouble. Double precision numbers have a resolution of about 16 decimal places. If the two numbers you are comparing are larger in magnitude than EPSILON*1.0E16, then you might as well be saying:

return a==b;

I'll examine a different approach that assumes you need to worry about the first issue and assume the second is fine your application. A solution would be something like:

#define VERYSMALL  (1.0E-150)
#define EPSILON    (1.0E-8)
bool AreSame(double a, double b)
{
    double absDiff = fabs(a - b);
    if (absDiff < VERYSMALL)
    {
        return true;
    }

    double maxAbs  = max(fabs(a) - fabs(b));
    return (absDiff/maxAbs) < EPSILON;
}

This is expensive computationally, but it is sometimes what is called for. This is what we have to do at my company because we deal with an engineering library and inputs can vary by a few dozen orders of magnitude.

Anyway, the point is this (and applies to practically every programming problem): Evaluate what your needs are, then come up with a solution to address your needs -- don't assume the easy answer will address your needs. If after your evaluation you find that fabs(a-b) < EPSILON will suffice, perfect -- use it! But be aware of its shortcomings and other possible solutions too.

Show image using file_get_contents

You can use readfile and output the image headers which you can get from getimagesize like this:

$remoteImage = "http://www.example.com/gifs/logo.gif";
$imginfo = getimagesize($remoteImage);
header("Content-type: {$imginfo['mime']}");
readfile($remoteImage);

The reason you should use readfile here is that it outputs the file directly to the output buffer where as file_get_contents will read the file into memory which is unnecessary in this content and potentially intensive for large files.

Select rows with same id but different value in another column

Join the same table back to itself. Use an inner join so that rows that don't match are discarded. In the joined set, there will be rows that have a matching ARIDNR in another row in the table with a different LIEFNR. Allow those ARIDNR to appear in the final set.

SELECT * FROM YourTable WHERE ARIDNR IN (
    SELECT a.ARIDNR FROM YourTable a
    JOIN YourTable b on b.ARIDNR = a.ARIDNR AND b.LIEFNR <> a.LIEFNR
)

click or change event on radio using jquery

Works for me too, here is a better solution::

fiddle demo

<form id="myForm">
  <input type="radio" name="radioName" value="1" />one<br />
  <input type="radio" name="radioName" value="2" />two 
</form>

<script>
$('#myForm input[type=radio]').change(function() {       
    alert(this.value);
});
</script>

You must make sure that you initialized jquery above all other imports and javascript functions. Because $ is a jquery function. Even

$(function(){
 <code>
}); 

will not check jquery initialised or not. It will ensure that <code> will run only after all the javascripts are initialized.

How to draw a filled circle in Java?

public void paintComponent(Graphics g) {
   super.paintComponent(g);
   Graphics2D g2d = (Graphics2D)g;
   // Assume x, y, and diameter are instance variables.
   Ellipse2D.Double circle = new Ellipse2D.Double(x, y, diameter, diameter);
   g2d.fill(circle);
   ...
}

Here are some docs about paintComponent (link).

You should override that method in your JPanel and do something similar to the code snippet above.

In your ActionListener you should specify x, y, diameter and call repaint().

How to Free Inode Usage?

My situation was that I was out of inodes and I had already deleted about everything I could.

$ df -i
Filesystem     Inodes  IUsed  IFree IUse% Mounted on
/dev/sda1      942080 507361     11  100% /

I am on an ubuntu 12.04LTS and could not remove the old linux kernels which took up about 400,000 inodes because apt was broken because of a missing package. And I couldn't install the new package because I was out of inodes so I was stuck.

I ended up deleting a few old linux kernels by hand to free up about 10,000 inodes

$ sudo rm -rf /usr/src/linux-headers-3.2.0-2*

This was enough to then let me install the missing package and fix my apt

$ sudo apt-get install linux-headers-3.2.0-76-generic-pae

and then remove the rest of the old linux kernels with apt

$ sudo apt-get autoremove

things are much better now

$ df -i
Filesystem     Inodes  IUsed  IFree IUse% Mounted on
/dev/sda1      942080 507361 434719   54% /

How do you create a hidden div that doesn't create a line break or horizontal space?

Use style="display: none;". Also, you probably don't need to have the DIV, just setting the style to display: none on the checkbox would probably be sufficient.

AJAX reload page with POST

Reload the current document:

 <script type="text/javascript">
 function reloadPage()
 {
   window.location.reload()
 }
 </script>

How to update specific key's value in an associative array in PHP?

foreach($data as $value)
{
    $value["transaction_date"] = date('d/m/Y',$value["transaction_date"]);
}
return $data;

Regex match one of two words

There are different regex engines but I think most of them will work with this:

apple|banana

How to check db2 version

You can try the following query:

SELECT service_level, fixpack_num FROM TABLE
  (sysproc.env_get_inst_info())
  as INSTANCEINFO

It works on LUW, so I can't guarantee that it'll work on z/OS, but it's worth a shot.

setting JAVA_HOME & CLASSPATH in CentOS 6

Search here for centos jre install all users:

The easiest way to set an environment variable in CentOS is to use export as in

$> export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk.1.5.0_12

$> export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME

However, variables set in such a manner are transient i.e. they will disappear the moment you exit the shell. Obviously this is not helpful when setting environment variables that need to persist even when the system reboots. In such cases, you need to set the variables within the system wide profile. In CentOS (I’m using v5.2), the folder /etc/profile.d/ is the recommended place to add customizations to the system profile. For example, when installing the Sun JDK, you might need to set the JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME environment variables. In this case: Create a new file called java.sh

vim /etc/profile.d/java.sh

Within this file, initialize the necessary environment variables

export JRE_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.5.0_12/jre
export PATH=$PATH:$JRE_HOME/bin

export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.5.0_12
export JAVA_PATH=$JAVA_HOME

export PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin

Now when you restart your machine, the environment variables within java.sh will be automatically initialized (checkout /etc/profile if you are curious how the files in /etc/profile.d/ are loaded).

PS: If you want to load the environment variables within java.sh without having to restart the machine, you can use the source command as in:

$> source java.sh

How do I display local image in markdown?

if image has bracket it won't display

![alt text](Isolated(1).png)

rename the image and remove brackets

![alt text](Isolated-1.png)

Update: if you have spaces in the file path, you should consider renaming it too or if you use JavaScript you can encode it using

encodeURIComponent(imagePath)

Sum up a column from a specific row down

Something like this worked for me (references columns C and D from the row 8 till the end of the columns, in Excel 2013 if relevant):

=SUMIFS(INDIRECT(ADDRESS(ROW(D$8), COLUMN())&":"&ADDRESS(ROWS($C:$C), COLUMN())),INDIRECT("C$8:C"&ROWS($C:$C)),$C$2)

How to remove a class from elements in pure JavaScript?

elements is an array of DOM objects. You should do something like this

for (var i = 0; i < elements.length; i++) {
   elements[i].classList.remove('hover');
}

ie: enumerate the elements collection, and for each element inside the collection call the remove method

What is the "double tilde" (~~) operator in JavaScript?

That ~~ is a double NOT bitwise operator.

It is used as a faster substitute for Math.floor() for positive numbers. It does not return the same result as Math.floor() for negative numbers, as it just chops off the part after the decimal (see other answers for examples of this).

React - uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'setState' of undefined

You can also use:

<button onClick={()=>this.delta()}>+</button>

Or:

<button onClick={event=>this.delta(event)}>+</button>

If you are passing some params..

How to auto-indent code in the Atom editor?

You could also try to add a key mapping witch auto select all the code in file and indent it:

'atom-text-editor':
  'ctrl-alt-l': 'auto-indent:apply'

Given an array of numbers, return array of products of all other numbers (no division)

My first try, in Python. O(2n):

def product(l):
    product = 1
    num_zeroes = 0
    pos_zero = -1

    # Multiply all and set positions
    for i, x in enumerate(l):
        if x != 0:
            product *= x
            l[i] = 1.0/x
        else:
            num_zeroes += 1
            pos_zero = i

    # Warning! Zeroes ahead!
    if num_zeroes > 0:
        l = [0] * len(l)

        if num_zeroes == 1:
            l[pos_zero] = product

    else:
        # Now set the definitive elements
        for i in range(len(l)):
            l[i] = int(l[i] * product)

    return l


if __name__ == "__main__":
    print("[0, 0, 4] = " + str(product([0, 0, 4])))
    print("[3, 0, 4] = " + str(product([3, 0, 4])))
    print("[1, 2, 3] = " + str(product([1, 2, 3])))
    print("[2, 3, 4, 5, 6] = " + str(product([2, 3, 4, 5, 6])))
    print("[2, 1, 2, 2, 3] = " + str(product([2, 1, 2, 2, 3])))

Output:

[0, 0, 4] = [0, 0, 0]
[3, 0, 4] = [0, 12, 0]
[1, 2, 3] = [6, 3, 2]
[2, 3, 4, 5, 6] = [360, 240, 180, 144, 120]
[2, 1, 2, 2, 3] = [12, 24, 12, 12, 8]

cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Your LD_LIBRARY_PATH doesn't include the path to libsvmlight.so.

$ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/home/tim/program_files/ICMCluster/svm_light/release/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH

Upload Progress Bar in PHP

You would need to use Javascript to create a progress bar. A simple Google search led me to this article: WebAppers Simple Javascript Progress Bar with CSS.

Dojo File Upload Progress Bar Widget is another option using the Dojo Javascript framework.

EDIT: Assuming your uploading a large number of images (such as a photo album), and POSTing them to your PHP script, you could use javascript to read the results back from the post and update the progress bar based on the number of images uploaded / total number of images. This has the side effect of only updating after each post has completed. Check out here for some info on how to post with JS.

List of Java class file format major version numbers?

If you have a class file at build/com/foo/Hello.class, you can check what java version it is compiled at using the command:

javap -v build/com/foo/Hello.class | grep "major"

Example usage:

$ javap -v build/classes/java/main/org/aguibert/liberty/Book.class | grep major
  major version: 57

According to the table in the OP, major version 57 means the class file was compiled to JDK 13 bytecode level

json call with C#

If your function resides in an mvc controller u can use the below code with a dictionary object of what you want to convert to json

Json(someDictionaryObj, JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);

Also try and look at system.web.script.serialization.javascriptserializer if you are using .net 3.5

as for your web request...it seems ok at first glance..

I would use something like this..

public void WebRequestinJson(string url, string postData)
    {
    StreamWriter requestWriter;

    var webRequest = System.Net.WebRequest.Create(url) as HttpWebRequest;
    if (webRequest != null)
    {
        webRequest.Method = "POST";
        webRequest.ServicePoint.Expect100Continue = false;
        webRequest.Timeout = 20000;

        webRequest.ContentType = "application/json";
        //POST the data.
        using (requestWriter = new StreamWriter(webRequest.GetRequestStream()))
        {
            requestWriter.Write(postData);
        }
    }
}

May be you can make the post and json string a parameter and use this as a generic webrequest method for all calls.

How to Set JPanel's Width and Height?

Board.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(x, y));
.
.
//Main.add(Board, BorderLayout.CENTER);
Main.add(Board, BorderLayout.CENTER);
Main.setLocations(x, y);
Main.pack();
Main.setVisible(true);

How to randomly pick an element from an array

If you are going to be getting a random element multiple times, you want to make sure your random number generator is initialized only once.

import java.util.Random;

public class RandArray {
    private int[] items = new int[]{1,2,3};

    private Random rand = new Random();

    public int getRandArrayElement(){
        return items[rand.nextInt(items.length)];
    }
}

If you are picking random array elements that need to be unpredictable, you should use java.security.SecureRandom rather than Random. That ensures that if somebody knows the last few picks, they won't have an advantage in guessing the next one.

If you are looking to pick a random number from an Object array using generics, you could define a method for doing so (Source Avinash R in Random element from string array):

import java.util.Random;

public class RandArray {
    private static Random rand = new Random();

    private static <T> T randomFrom(T... items) { 
         return items[rand.nextInt(items.length)]; 
    }
}

How to add/subtract time (hours, minutes, etc.) from a Pandas DataFrame.Index whos objects are of type datetime.time?

Liam's link looks great, but also check out pandas.Timedelta - looks like it plays nicely with NumPy's and Python's time deltas.

https://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/timedeltas.html

pd.date_range('2014-01-01', periods=10) + pd.Timedelta(days=1)

What's the difference between `raw_input()` and `input()` in Python 3?

I'd like to add a little more detail to the explanation provided by everyone for the python 2 users. raw_input(), which, by now, you know that evaluates what ever data the user enters as a string. This means that python doesn't try to even understand the entered data again. All it will consider is that the entered data will be string, whether or not it is an actual string or int or anything.

While input() on the other hand tries to understand the data entered by the user. So the input like helloworld would even show the error as 'helloworld is undefined'.

In conclusion, for python 2, to enter a string too you need to enter it like 'helloworld' which is the common structure used in python to use strings.

setup.py examples?

I recommend the setup.py of the Python Packaging User Guide's example project.

The Python Packaging User Guide "aims to be the authoritative resource on how to package, publish and install Python distributions using current tools".

reactjs giving error Uncaught TypeError: Super expression must either be null or a function, not undefined

In my case, with react-native, the error was that I had

import React, {
  AppRegistry,
  Component,
  Text,
  View,
  TouchableHighlight
} from 'react-native';

instead of

import React, { Component } from 'react';
import {
  AppRegistry,
  StyleSheet,
  Text,
  View,
  Image,
  AsyncStorage
} from 'react-native';

Edit a text file on the console using Powershell

You can install nano in powershell via choco - It's a low friction way to get text editing capabilities into powershell:

  1. Install Choco
Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force; iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1'))
  1. Install Nano
choco install nano
  1. Profit
nano myfile.txt

Best part is it becomes part of the path, and stays working across reboots etc :)

How to grep and replace

Another option is to use find and then pass it through sed.

find /path/to/files -type f -exec sed -i 's/oldstring/new string/g' {} \;

How do you read from stdin?

I use the following method, it returns a string from stdin (I use it for json parsing). It works with pipe and prompt on Windows (not tested on Linux yet). When prompting, two line breaks indicate end of input.

def get_from_stdin():

  lb = 0
  stdin = ''

  for line in sys.stdin:
    if line == "\n":
        lb += 1
        if lb == 2:
            break
    else:
        lb = 0
        stdin += line

  return stdin

python: restarting a loop

Just wanted to post an alternative which might be more genearally usable. Most of the existing solutions use a loop index to avoid this. But you don't have to use an index - the key here is that unlike a for loop, where the loop variable is hidden, the loop variable is exposed.

You can do very similar things with iterators/generators:

x = [1,2,3,4,5,6]
xi = iter(x)
ival = xi.next()
while not exit_condition(ival):
    # Do some ival stuff
    if ival == 4:
        xi = iter(x)
    ival = xi.next()

It's not as clean, but still retains the ability to write to the loop iterator itself.

Usually, when you think you want to do this, your algorithm is wrong, and you should rewrite it more cleanly. Probably what you really want to do is use a generator/coroutine instead. But it is at least possible.

How to make cross domain request

Do a cross-domain AJAX call

Your web-service must support method injection in order to do JSONP.

Your code seems fine and it should work if your web services and your web application hosted in the same domain.

When you do a $.ajax with dataType: 'jsonp' meaning that jQuery is actually adding a new parameter to the query URL.

For instance, if your URL is http://10.211.2.219:8080/SampleWebService/sample.do then jQuery will add ?callback={some_random_dynamically_generated_method}.

This method is more kind of a proxy actually attached in window object. This is nothing specific but does look something like this:

window.some_random_dynamically_generated_method = function(actualJsonpData) {
    //here actually has reference to the success function mentioned with $.ajax
    //so it just calls the success method like this: 
    successCallback(actualJsonData);
}

Check the following for more information

Make cross-domain ajax JSONP request with jQuery

Gets last digit of a number

Without using '%'.

public int lastDigit(int no){
    int n1 = no / 10;
    n1 = no - n1 * 10;
    return n1;
}

How to find if element with specific id exists or not

getElementById

Return Value: An Element Object, representing an element with the specified ID. Returns null if no elements with the specified ID exists see: https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_document_getelementbyid.asp

Truthy vs Falsy

In JavaScript, a truthy value is a value that is considered true when evaluated in a Boolean context. All values are truthy unless they are defined as falsy (i.e., except for false, 0, "", null, undefined, and NaN). see: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Glossary/Truthy

When the dom element is not found in the document it will return null. null is a Falsy and can be used as boolean expression in the if statement.

var myElement = document.getElementById("myElement");
if(myElement){
  // Element exists
}

HttpWebRequest using Basic authentication

I finally got it!

string url = @"https://telematicoprova.agenziadogane.it/TelematicoServiziDiUtilitaWeb/ServiziDiUtilitaAutServlet?UC=22&SC=1&ST=2";
WebRequest request = WebRequest.Create(url);
request.Credentials = GetCredential();
request.PreAuthenticate = true;

and this is GetCredential()

private CredentialCache GetCredential()
{
    string url = @"https://telematicoprova.agenziadogane.it/TelematicoServiziDiUtilitaWeb/ServiziDiUtilitaAutServlet?UC=22&SC=1&ST=2";
    ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol = SecurityProtocolType.Ssl3;
    CredentialCache credentialCache = new CredentialCache();
    credentialCache.Add(new System.Uri(url), "Basic", new NetworkCredential(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["ead_username"], ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["ead_password"]));
    return credentialCache;
}

YAY!

How to sparsely checkout only one single file from a git repository?

I don’t see what worked for me listed out here so I will include it should anybody be in my situation.

My situation, I have a remote repository of maybe 10,000 files and I need to build an RPM file for my Linux system. The build of the RPM includes a git clone of everything. All I need is one file to start the RPM build. I can clone the entire source tree which does what I need but it takes an extra two minutes to download all those files when all I need is one. I tried to use the git archive option discussed and I got “fatal: Operation not supported by protocol.” It seems I have to get some sort of archive option enabled on the server and my server is maintained by bureaucratic thugs that seem to enjoy making it difficult to get things done.

What I finally did was I went into the web interface for bitbucket and viewed the one file I needed. I did a right click on the link to download a raw copy of the file and selected “copy shortcut” from the resulting popup. I could not just download the raw file because I needed to automate things and I don’t have a browser interface on my Linux server.

For the sake of discussion, that resulted in the URL:

https://ourArchive.ourCompany.com/projects/ThisProject/repos/data/raw/foo/bar.spec?at=refs%2Fheads%2FTheBranchOfInterest

I could not directly download this file from the bitbucket repository because I needed to sign in first. After a little digging, I found this worked: On Linux:

echo "myUser:myPass123"| base64
bXlVc2VyOm15UGFzczEyMwo=

curl -H 'Authorization: Basic bXlVc2VyOm15UGFzczEyMwo=' 'https://ourArchive.ourCompany.com/projects/ThisProject/repos/data/raw/foo/bar.spec?at=refs%2Fheads%2FTheBranchOfInterest' > bar.spec

This combination allowed me to download the one file I needed to build everything else.

Limit the length of a string with AngularJS

You can limit the length of a string or an array by using a filter. Check this one written by the AngularJS team.