Programs & Examples On #Linear interpolation

How to implement linear interpolation?

import scipy.interpolate
y_interp = scipy.interpolate.interp1d(x, y)
print y_interp(5.0)

scipy.interpolate.interp1d does linear interpolation by and can be customized to handle error conditions.

Html5 Full screen video

No, there is no way to do this yet. I wish they add a future like this in browsers.

EDIT:

Now there is a Full Screen API for the web You can requestFullscreen on an Video or Canvas element to ask user to give you permisions and make it full screen.

Let's consider this element:

<video controls id="myvideo">
  <source src="somevideo.webm"></source>
  <source src="somevideo.mp4"></source>
</video>

We can put that video into fullscreen mode with script like this:

var elem = document.getElementById("myvideo");
if (elem.requestFullscreen) {
  elem.requestFullscreen();
} else if (elem.mozRequestFullScreen) {
  elem.mozRequestFullScreen();
} else if (elem.webkitRequestFullscreen) {
  elem.webkitRequestFullscreen();
} else if (elem.msRequestFullscreen) { 
  elem.msRequestFullscreen();
}

Full documentation

How to create a temporary table in SSIS control flow task and then use it in data flow task?

I'm late to this party but I'd like to add one bit to user756519's thorough, excellent answer. I don't believe the "RetainSameConnection on the Connection Manager" property is relevant in this instance based on my recent experience. In my case, the relevant point was their advice to set "ValidateExternalMetadata" to False.

I'm using a temp table to facilitate copying data from one database (and server) to another, hence the reason "RetainSameConnection" was not relevant in my particular case. And I don't believe it is important to accomplish what is happening in this example either, as thorough as it is.

How to resolve "Waiting for Debugger" message?

I've got this problem for long that I cant get my android emulator or device connect to the debugger while both the console and the emulator were displaying waiting for connecting to the debugger.

And configuration for debug inside eclipse also confused me so much before, but today, i got this problem solved, by the following steps:

When you want to debug a android project, for instance, mypro. you would right click on it in the "Package Explorer". Then choose "Debug as"-->"Android Application".

Then the emulator might stop at the "Waiting for connecting to debugger"(or something else similar to this).

Then you need to connect to the debugger yourself by click "DDMS" to open the DDMS perspective, and click "Devices" tab.

Then you can see a list of processes that are running on your emulator or device.

Double click on the one which you are debugging, then change to the Debug perspective, you can see the debugger is connected and you could debug your program. That's how I solved this problem.

By the way, my OS is Win7 32-bit. Eclipse's version is Helios Service Release 2. Android SDK is rev. 16 and platform-tools' 10.

Update.

I found that it is the problem of my TCP/IP configuration. The debugger can't be connected when i assign a static IP address(for access to internet).

So every time when the debugger is unable to connect, I always do the following steps:

1.close current eclipse window.

2.change the config of IP address to dynamic, it means getting a IP address by DHCP.

3.open up the eclipse again.

then the debugger is able to be connected. I thought it might be a issue of the internal mechanism of java debugger which is using socket connection.

Understanding esModuleInterop in tsconfig file

Problem statement

Problem occurs when we want to import CommonJS module into ES6 module codebase.

Before these flags we had to import CommonJS modules with star (* as something) import:

// node_modules/moment/index.js
exports = moment
// index.ts file in our app
import * as moment from 'moment'
moment(); // not compliant with es6 module spec

// transpiled js (simplified):
const moment = require("moment");
moment();

We can see that * was somehow equivalent to exports variable. It worked fine, but it wasn't compliant with es6 modules spec. In spec, the namespace record in star import (moment in our case) can be only a plain object, not callable (moment() is not allowed).

Solution

With flag esModuleInterop we can import CommonJS modules in compliance with es6 modules spec. Now our import code looks like this:

// index.ts file in our app
import moment from 'moment'
moment(); // compliant with es6 module spec

// transpiled js with esModuleInterop (simplified):
const moment = __importDefault(require('moment'));
moment.default();

It works and it's perfectly valid with es6 modules spec, because moment is not namespace from star import, it's default import.

But how does it work? As you can see, because we did a default import, we called the default property on a moment object. But we didn't declare a default property on the exports object in the moment library. The key is the __importDefault function. It assigns module (exports) to the default property for CommonJS modules:

var __importDefault = (this && this.__importDefault) || function (mod) {
    return (mod && mod.__esModule) ? mod : { "default": mod };
};

As you can see, we import es6 modules as they are, but CommonJS modules are wrapped into an object with the default key. This makes it possible to import defaults on CommonJS modules.

__importStar does the similar job - it returns untouched esModules, but translates CommonJS modules into modules with a default property:

// index.ts file in our app
import * as moment from 'moment'

// transpiled js with esModuleInterop (simplified):
const moment = __importStar(require("moment"));
// note that "moment" is now uncallable - ts will report error!
var __importStar = (this && this.__importStar) || function (mod) {
    if (mod && mod.__esModule) return mod;
    var result = {};
    if (mod != null) for (var k in mod) if (Object.hasOwnProperty.call(mod, k)) result[k] = mod[k];
    result["default"] = mod;
    return result;
};

Synthetic imports

And what about allowSyntheticDefaultImports - what is it for? Now the docs should be clear:

Allow default imports from modules with no default export. This does not affect code emit, just typechecking.

In moment typings we don't have specified default export, and we shouldn't have, because it's available only with flag esModuleInterop on. So allowSyntheticDefaultImports will not report an error if we want to import default from a third-party module which doesn't have a default export.

With block equivalent in C#?

A big fan of With here!

This is literally my current C# code:

if (SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Client.ApiAuthorization.Authorization.AccessTokenExpiry == null || SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Client.ApiAuthorization.Authorization.AccessTokenExpiry < DateTime.Now)
{
    SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Client.ApiAuthorization.Authorization.Refresh();
    _api = new SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Api.DefaultApi(new SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Client.Configuration { DefaultHeader = SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Client.ApiAuthorization.Authorization.ApiHeader });
}

In VB it could be:

With SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Client.ApiAuthorization.Authorization
    If .AccessTokenExpiry Is Nothing OrElse .AccessTokenExpiry < Now Then .Refresh()
    _api = New SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Api.DefaultApi(New SKYLib.AccountsPayable.Client.Configuration With {DefaultHeader = .ApiHeaders}
End With

Much clearer I think. You could even tweak it to be more concise by tuning the With variable. And, style-wise, I still have a choice! Perhaps something the C# Program Manager has overlooked.

As an aside, it's not very common to see this, but I have used it on occasion:

Instead of

Using oClient As HttpClient = New HttpClient
    With oClient
        .BaseAddress = New Uri("http://mysite")
        .Timeout = New TimeSpan(123)
        .PostAsync( ... )
    End With
End Using

You can use

With New HttpClient
    .BaseAddress = New Uri("http://mysite")
    .Timeout = New TimeSpan(123)
    .PostAsync( ... )
End With

You risk a wrist-slapping - as do I for posting! - but it seems that you get all the benefits of a Using statement in terms of disposal, etc without the extra rigmarole.

NOTE: This can go wrong occasionally, so only use it for non-critical code. Or not at all. Remember: You have a choice ...

How to Consolidate Data from Multiple Excel Columns All into One Column

Save your workbook. If this code doesn't do what you want, the only way to go back is to close without saving and reopen.

Select the data you want to list in one column. Must be contiguous columns. May contain blank cells.

Press Alt+F11 to open the VBE

Press Control+R to view the Project Explorer

Navigate to the project for your workbook and choose Insert - Module

Paste this code in the code pane

Sub MakeOneColumn()

    Dim vaCells As Variant
    Dim vOutput() As Variant
    Dim i As Long, j As Long
    Dim lRow As Long

    If TypeName(Selection) = "Range" Then
        If Selection.Count > 1 Then
            If Selection.Count <= Selection.Parent.Rows.Count Then
                vaCells = Selection.Value

                ReDim vOutput(1 To UBound(vaCells, 1) * UBound(vaCells, 2), 1 To 1)

                For j = LBound(vaCells, 2) To UBound(vaCells, 2)
                    For i = LBound(vaCells, 1) To UBound(vaCells, 1)
                        If Len(vaCells(i, j)) > 0 Then
                            lRow = lRow + 1
                            vOutput(lRow, 1) = vaCells(i, j)
                        End If
                    Next i
                Next j

                Selection.ClearContents
                Selection.Cells(1).Resize(lRow).Value = vOutput
            End If
        End If
    End If

End Sub

Press F5 to run the code

Excel: the Incredible Shrinking and Expanding Controls

My monitors all appear to be set at native resolutions, which deepens the mystery. However, I have found that doing SOMETHING to the button (moving or resizing) somehow fixes the problem. This routine automates the moving, and then restores the original setting.

The following code seems to address the problem, at least for buttons.

Public Sub StablizeButton(oButton As MSForms.CommandButton)

    With oButton

        ' If True, then temporary distortion is remedied only by clicking somewhere.
        ' If False, then the temporary distortion is remedied merely by moving the mouse pointer away.
        .TakeFocusOnClick = False
        ' For best results:  In the Properties Sheet, initialize to False.

        .Left = .Left + 200             ' Move the button 200 units to the right, ...
        .Left = .Left - 200             ' ... and then move it back.

    End With

End Sub

Invoke it as follows:

Private Sub MyButton_Click()
    StablizeButton MyButton

    ' Remainder of code.
End Sub

Onclick javascript to make browser go back to previous page?

Simple. One line.

<button onclick="javascript:window.history.back();">Go Back</button>

Like Wim's and Malik's answer, but just in one line.

How to make vim paste from (and copy to) system's clipboard?

You can copy into vim by gnome-terminal's shortcut for paste. Make the file in insert mode and use

Ctrl+Shift+v.

Remember beforehand to

 :set paste 

to avoid messing with the indentation.

How to get a parent element to appear above child

Cracked it. Basically, what's happening is that when you set the z-index to the negative, it actually ignores the parent element, whether it is positioned or not, and sits behind the next positioned element, which in your case was your main container. Therefore, you have to put your parent element in another, positioned div, and your child div will sit behind that.

Working that out was a life saver for me, as my parent element specifically couldn't be positioned, in order for my code to work.

I found all this incredibly useful to achieve the effect that's instructed on here: Using only CSS, show div on hover over <a>

How to build minified and uncompressed bundle with webpack?

You should export an array like this:

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

const libName = 'YourLibraryName';

function getConfig(env) {
  const config = {
    mode: env,
    output: {
      path: path.resolve('dist'),
      library: libName,
      libraryTarget: 'umd',
      filename: env === 'production' ? `${libName}.min.js` : `${libName}.js`
    },
    target: 'web',
    .... your shared options ...
  };

  return config;
}

module.exports = [
  getConfig('development'),
  getConfig('production'),
];

Removing underline with href attribute

Add a style with the attribute text-decoration:none;:

There are a number of different ways of doing this.

Inline style:

<a href="xxx.html" style="text-decoration:none;">goto this link</a>

Inline stylesheet:

<html>
<head>
<style type="text/css">
   a {
      text-decoration:none;
   }
</style>
</head>
<body>
<a href="xxx.html">goto this link</a>
</body>
</html>

External stylesheet:

<html>
<head>
<link rel="Stylesheet" href="stylesheet.css" />
</head>
<body>
<a href="xxx.html">goto this link</a>
</body>
</html>

stylesheet.css:

a {
      text-decoration:none;
   }

Why does dividing two int not yield the right value when assigned to double?

This is technically a language-dependent, but almost all languages treat this subject the same. When there is a type mismatch between two data types in an expression, most languages will try to cast the data on one side of the = to match the data on the other side according to a set of predefined rules.

When dividing two numbers of the same type (integers, doubles, etc.) the result will always be of the same type (so 'int/int' will always result in int).

In this case you have double var = integer result which casts the integer result to a double after the calculation in which case the fractional data is already lost. (most languages will do this casting to prevent type inaccuracies without raising an exception or error).

If you'd like to keep the result as a double you're going to want to create a situation where you have double var = double result

The easiest way to do that is to force the expression on the right side of an equation to cast to double:

c = a/(double)b

Division between an integer and a double will result in casting the integer to the double (note that when doing maths, the compiler will often "upcast" to the most specific data type this is to prevent data loss).

After the upcast, a will wind up as a double and now you have division between two doubles. This will create the desired division and assignment.

AGAIN, please note that this is language specific (and can even be compiler specific), however almost all languages (certainly all the ones I can think of off the top of my head) treat this example identically.

What's the UIScrollView contentInset property for?

It's used to add padding in UIScrollView

Without contentInset, a table view is like this:

enter image description here

Then set contentInset:

tableView.contentInset = UIEdgeInsets(top: 20, left: 0, bottom: 0, right: 0)

The effect is as below:

enter image description here

Seems to be better, right?

And I write a blog to study the contentInset, criticism is welcome.

pandas get rows which are NOT in other dataframe

As already hinted at, isin requires columns and indices to be the same for a match. If match should only be on row contents, one way to get the mask for filtering the rows present is to convert the rows to a (Multi)Index:

In [77]: df1 = pandas.DataFrame(data = {'col1' : [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 3], 'col2' : [10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 10]})
In [78]: df2 = pandas.DataFrame(data = {'col1' : [1, 3, 4], 'col2' : [10, 12, 13]})
In [79]: df1.loc[~df1.set_index(list(df1.columns)).index.isin(df2.set_index(list(df2.columns)).index)]
Out[79]:
   col1  col2
1     2    11
4     5    14
5     3    10

If index should be taken into account, set_index has keyword argument append to append columns to existing index. If columns do not line up, list(df.columns) can be replaced with column specifications to align the data.

pandas.MultiIndex.from_tuples(df<N>.to_records(index = False).tolist())

could alternatively be used to create the indices, though I doubt this is more efficient.

Boto3 to download all files from a S3 Bucket

import boto3, os

s3 = boto3.client('s3')

def download_bucket(bucket):
    paginator = s3.get_paginator('list_objects_v2')
    pages = paginator.paginate(Bucket=bucket)
    for page in pages:
      if 'Contents' in page:
        for obj in page['Contents']:
            os.path.dirname(obj['Key']) and os.makedirs(os.path.dirname(obj['Key']), exist_ok=True) 
            try:
                s3.download_file(bucket, obj['Key'], obj['Key'])
            except NotADirectoryError:
                pass

# Change bucket_name to name of bucket that you want to download
download_bucket(bucket_name)

This should work for all number of objects (also when there are more than 1000). Each paginator page can contain up to 1000 objects.Notice extra param in os.makedirs function - exist_ok=True which cause that it's not throwing error when path exist)

Git pushing to remote branch

Simply push this branch to a different branch name

 git push -u origin localBranch:remoteBranch

Keep placeholder text in UITextField on input in IOS

Instead of using the placeholder text, you'll want to set the actual text property of the field to MM/YYYY, set the delegate of the text field and listen for this method:

- (BOOL)textField:(UITextField *)textField shouldChangeCharactersInRange:(NSRange)range replacementString:(NSString *)string {     // update the text of the label } 

Inside that method, you can figure out what the user has typed as they type, which will allow you to update the label accordingly.

What is callback in Android?

Here is a nice tutorial, which describes callbacks and the use-case well.

The concept of callbacks is to inform a class synchronous / asynchronous if some work in another class is done. Some call it the Hollywood principle: "Don't call us we call you".

Here's a example:

class A implements ICallback {
     MyObject o;
     B b = new B(this, someParameter);

     @Override
     public void callback(MyObject o){
           this.o = o;
     }
}

class B {
     ICallback ic;
     B(ICallback ic, someParameter){
         this.ic = ic;
     }

    new Thread(new Runnable(){
         public void run(){
             // some calculation
             ic.callback(myObject)
         }
    }).start(); 
}

interface ICallback{
    public void callback(MyObject o);
}

Class A calls Class B to get some work done in a Thread. If the Thread finished the work, it will inform Class A over the callback and provide the results. So there is no need for polling or something. You will get the results as soon as they are available.

In Android Callbacks are used f.e. between Activities and Fragments. Because Fragments should be modular you can define a callback in the Fragment to call methods in the Activity.

Convert a Pandas DataFrame to a dictionary

Should a dictionary like:

{'red': '0.500', 'yellow': '0.250, 'blue': '0.125'}

be required out of a dataframe like:

        a      b
0     red  0.500
1  yellow  0.250
2    blue  0.125

simplest way would be to do:

dict(df.values)

working snippet below:

import pandas as pd
df = pd.DataFrame({'a': ['red', 'yellow', 'blue'], 'b': [0.5, 0.25, 0.125]})
dict(df.values)

How do I detect whether a Python variable is a function?

Since Python 2.1 you can import isfunction from the inspect module.

>>> from inspect import isfunction
>>> def f(): pass
>>> isfunction(f)
True
>>> isfunction(lambda x: x)
True

Checking password match while typing

if we use bootstrap our text will be green or red depending on the result

HTML

<div class="col-12 col-md-6 col-lg-4 mb-3">
            <label class="form-group d-block mb-0">
        <span class="text-secondary d-block font-weight-semibold mb-1">New Password</span>
<input type="password" id="txtNewPassword" class="form-control">     
        </label>
        </div>
        <div class="col-12 col-md-6 col-lg-4 mb-3">
            <label class="form-group d-block mb-0">
        <span class="text-secondary d-block font-weight-semibold mb-1">Confirm Password
        </span>
        <input class="form-control" type="password" id="txtConfirmPassword" onkeyup="checkPasswordMatch();">   
            </label>
        </div>
        <div class="registrationFormAlert" id="divCheckPasswordMatch"></div>

CSS

.text-success {
    color: #28a745;
}
.text-danger {
    color: #dc3545;
}

JS

function checkPasswordMatch() {
        var password = $("#txtNewPassword").val();
        var confirmPassword = $("#txtConfirmPassword").val();

        if (password != confirmPassword)
            $("#divCheckPasswordMatch").html("Passwords do not match!").addClass('text-danger').removeClass('text-success');

        else
            $("#divCheckPasswordMatch").html("Passwords match.").addClass('text-success').removeClass('text-danger');
    }

Simplest way to wait some asynchronous tasks complete, in Javascript?

With deferred (another promise/deferred implementation) you can do:

// Setup 'pdrop', promise version of 'drop' method
var deferred = require('deferred');
mongoose.Collection.prototype.pdrop =
    deferred.promisify(mongoose.Collection.prototype.drop);

// Drop collections:
deferred.map(['aaa','bbb','ccc'], function(name){
    return conn.collection(name).pdrop()(function () {
      console.log("dropped");
    });
}).end(function () {
    console.log("all dropped");
}, null);

Confused about UPDLOCK, HOLDLOCK

UPDLOCK is used when you want to lock a row or rows during a select statement for a future update statement. The future update might be the very next statement in the transaction.

Other sessions can still see the data. They just cannot obtain locks that are incompatiable with the UPDLOCK and/or HOLDLOCK.

You use UPDLOCK when you wan to keep other sessions from changing the rows you have locked. It restricts their ability to update or delete locked rows.

You use HOLDLOCK when you want to keep other sessions from changing any of the data you are looking at. It restricts their ability to insert, update, or delete the rows you have locked. This allows you to run the query again and see the same results.

deleting rows in numpy array

This is similar to your original approach, and will use less space than unutbu's answer, but I suspect it will be slower.

>>> import numpy as np
>>> p = np.array([[1.5, 0], [1.4,1.5], [1.6, 0], [1.7, 1.8]])
>>> p
array([[ 1.5,  0. ],
       [ 1.4,  1.5],
       [ 1.6,  0. ],
       [ 1.7,  1.8]])
>>> nz = (p == 0).sum(1)
>>> q = p[nz == 0, :]
>>> q
array([[ 1.4,  1.5],
       [ 1.7,  1.8]])

By the way, your line p.delete() doesn't work for me - ndarrays don't have a .delete attribute.

Pycharm and sys.argv arguments

In PyCharm the parameters are added in the Script Parameters as you did but, they are enclosed in double quotes "" and without specifying the Interpreter flags like -s. Those flags are specified in the Interpreter options box.

Script Parameters box contents:

"file1.txt" "file2.txt"

Interpeter flags:

-s

Or, visually:

enter image description here

Then, with a simple test file to evaluate:

if __name__ == "__main__":
    import sys
    print(sys.argv)

We get the parameters we provided (with sys.argv[0] holding the script name of course):

['/Path/to/current/folder/test.py', 'file1.txt', 'file2.txt']

How do I perform a JAVA callback between classes?

I don't know if this is what you are looking for, but you can achieve this by passing a callback to the child class.

first define a generic callback:

public interface ITypedCallback<T> {
    void execute(T type);
}

create a new ITypedCallback instance on ServerConnections instantiation:

public Server(int _address) {
    serverConnectionHandler = new ServerConnections(new ITypedCallback<Socket>() {
        @Override
        public void execute(Socket socket) {
            // do something with your socket here
        }
    });
}

call the execute methode on the callback object.

public class ServerConnections implements Runnable {

    private ITypedCallback<Socket> callback;

    public ServerConnections(ITypedCallback<Socket> _callback) {
        callback = _callback;
    }

    @Override
    public void run() {   
        try {
            mainSocket = new ServerSocket(serverPort);
            while (true) {
                callback.execute(mainSocket.accept());
            }
        } catch (IOException ex) {
            Logger.getLogger(Server.class.getName()).log(Level.SEVERE, null, ex);
        }
    }
}

btw: I didn't check if it's 100% correct, directly coded it here.

phpMyAdmin access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

In case none of the aforementioned solutions works for you, then simply do the under changes. Change this

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['host'] = '127.0.0.1';

to

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['host'] = 'localhost';

and

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'config';

to

$cfg['Servers'][$I]['auth_type'] ='cookies';

It works in my situation, possibly works on your situation also.

Closing Applications

for me best solotion this is

 Thread.CurrentThread.Abort();

and force close app.

How to fix Error: this class is not key value coding-compliant for the key tableView.'

Any chance that you changed the name of your table view from "tableView" to "myTableView" at some point?

How to create a listbox in HTML without allowing multiple selection?

Remove the multiple="multiple" attribute and add SIZE=6 with the number of elements you want

you may want to check this site

http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/forms/_SELECT.html

Netbeans installation doesn't find JDK

We managed installation of netbeans 6.8 under windows 8 successfully the following way:

  • Don't execute but unzip netbeans-6.8-ml-windows.exe with 7zip (or other unzipper) in an emtpy folder
  • execute cmd.exe as administrator
  • cd to the folder in which you unzipped the installer
  • execute 'java org.netbeans.installer.Installer'

-> installation executes without any errors

How to make a node.js application run permanently?

I’ve found forever to do the job perfectly fine.

Assuming you already have npm installed, if not, just do

sudo apt-get install npm

Then install forever

npm install forever --global

Now you can run it like this

forever start app.js

https://codingweb.io/run-nodejs-application-background/

How to call external url in jquery?

it is Cross-site scripting problem. Common modern browsers doesn't allow to send request to another url.

UILabel - auto-size label to fit text?

This is not as complicated as some of the other answers make it.

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Pin the left and top edges

Just use auto layout to add constraints to pin the left and top sides of the label.

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After that it will automatically resize.

Notes

  • Don't add constraints for the width and height. Labels have an intrinsic size based on their text content.
  • Thanks to this answer for help with this.
  • No need to set sizeToFit when using auto layout. My complete code for the example project is here:

    import UIKit
    class ViewController: UIViewController {
    
        @IBOutlet weak var myLabel: UILabel!
    
        @IBAction func changeTextButtonTapped(sender: UIButton) {
            myLabel.text = "my name is really long i want it to fit in this box"
        }
    }
    
  • If you want your label to line wrap then set the number of lines to 0 in IB and add myLabel.preferredMaxLayoutWidth = 150 // or whatever in code. (I also pinned my button to the bottom of the label so that it would move down when the label height increased.)

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  • If you are looking for dynamically sizing labels inside a UITableViewCell then see this answer.

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List of zeros in python

#add code here to figure out the number of 0's you need, naming the variable n.
listofzeros = [0] * n

if you prefer to put it in the function, just drop in that code and add return listofzeros

Which would look like this:

def zerolistmaker(n):
    listofzeros = [0] * n
    return listofzeros

sample output:

>>> zerolistmaker(4)
[0, 0, 0, 0]
>>> zerolistmaker(5)
[0, 0, 0, 0, 0]
>>> zerolistmaker(15)
[0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0]
>>> 

How to replace all occurrences of a character in string?

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;
// Replace function..
string replace(string word, string target, string replacement){
    int len, loop=0;
    string nword="", let;
    len=word.length();
    len--;
    while(loop<=len){
        let=word.substr(loop, 1);
        if(let==target){
            nword=nword+replacement;
        }else{
            nword=nword+let;
        }
        loop++;
    }
    return nword;

}
//Main..
int main() {
  string word;
  cout<<"Enter Word: ";
  cin>>word;
  cout<<replace(word, "x", "y")<<endl;
  return 0;
}

What was the strangest coding standard rule that you were forced to follow?

The one that got me was similar to the other poster's "tbl" prefix for SQL table names.

In this case, the prefix for all stored procedures was to be "sp_" despite the fact that "sp_" is a prefix used by Microsoft for system-level stored procedures in SQL Server. Well, they had their standards from an old, non-MS database and weren't about to change just because their standard might cause a stored procedure to collide with a system stored procedure and produce unpredictable results. No, that just wouldn't be proper.

The 'json' native gem requires installed build tools

My solution is simplier and checked on Ruby 2.0. It also enable download Json. (run CMD.exe as administrator)

    C:\RubyDev>devkitvars.bat
    Adding the DevKit to PATH...

And then write again gem command.

Send parameter to Bootstrap modal window?

First of all you should fix modal HTML structure. Now it's not correct, you don't need class .hide:

<div id="edit-modal" class="modal fade" tabindex="-1" role="dialog" aria-labelledby="myModalLabel" aria-hidden="true">
    <div class="modal-dialog">
        <div class="modal-content">
            <div class="modal-header">
                <button type="button" class="close" data-dismiss="modal" aria-hidden="true">&times;</button>
                <h4 class="modal-title" id="myModalLabel">Modal title</h4>
            </div>
            <div class="modal-body edit-content">
                ...
            </div>
            <div class="modal-footer">
                <button type="button" class="btn btn-default" data-dismiss="modal">Close</button>
                <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary">Save changes</button>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

Then links should point to this modal via data-target attribute:

<a href="#myModal" data-toggle="modal" id="1" data-target="#edit-modal">Edit 1</a>

Finally Js part becomes very simple:

    $('#edit-modal').on('show.bs.modal', function(e) {

        var $modal = $(this),
            esseyId = e.relatedTarget.id;

        $.ajax({
            cache: false,
            type: 'POST',
            url: 'backend.php',
            data: 'EID=' + essayId,
            success: function(data) {
                $modal.find('.edit-content').html(data);
            }
        });
    })

Demo: http://plnkr.co/edit/4XnLTZ557qMegqRmWVwU?p=preview

How to detect orientation change?

I use UIUserInterfaceSizeClass to detect a orientation changed in a UIViewController class just like that:

override func willTransition(to newCollection: UITraitCollection, with coordinator: UIViewControllerTransitionCoordinator) {

    let isiPadLandscapePortrait = newCollection.horizontalSizeClass == .regular && newCollection.verticalSizeClass == .regular
    let isiPhonePlustLandscape = newCollection.horizontalSizeClass == .regular && newCollection.verticalSizeClass == .compact
    let isiPhonePortrait = newCollection.horizontalSizeClass == .compact && newCollection.verticalSizeClass == .regular
    let isiPhoneLandscape = newCollection.horizontalSizeClass == .compact && newCollection.verticalSizeClass == .compact

     if isiPhonePortrait {
         // do something...
     }
}

Max retries exceeded with URL in requests

Specifying the proxy in a corporate environment solved it for me.

page = requests.get("http://www.google.com:80", proxies={"http": "http://111.233.225.166:1234"})

The full error is:

requests.exceptions.ConnectionError: HTTPSConnectionPool(host='www.google.com', port=80): Max retries exceeded with url: / (Caused by NewConnectionError(': Failed to establish a new connection: [WinError 10060] A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond'))

How to read a file into a variable in shell?

With bash you may use read like tis:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

{ IFS= read -rd '' value <config.txt;} 2>/dev/null

printf '%s' "$value"

Notice that:

  • The last newline is preserved.

  • The stderr is silenced to /dev/null by redirecting the whole commands block, but the return status of the read command is preserved, if one needed to handle read error conditions.

Using Rsync include and exclude options to include directory and file by pattern

The problem is that --exclude="*" says to exclude (for example) the 1260000000/ directory, so rsync never examines the contents of that directory, so never notices that the directory contains files that would have been matched by your --include.

I think the closest thing to what you want is this:

rsync -nrv --include="*/" --include="file_11*.jpg" --exclude="*" /Storage/uploads/ /website/uploads/

(which will include all directories, and all files matching file_11*.jpg, but no other files), or maybe this:

rsync -nrv --include="/[0-9][0-9][0-9]0000000/" --include="file_11*.jpg" --exclude="*" /Storage/uploads/ /website/uploads/

(same concept, but much pickier about the directories it will include).

How to upload a file from Windows machine to Linux machine using command lines via PuTTy?

Try using SCP on Windows to transfer files, you can download SCP from Putty's website. Then try running:

pscp.exe filename.extension [email protected]:directory/subdirectory

There is a full length guide here.

WebView and HTML5 <video>

Well, apparently this is just not possible without using a JNI to register a plugin to get the video event. (Personally, I am avoiding JNI's since I really don't want to deal with a mess when Atom-based android tablets come out in the next few months, losing the portability of Java.)

The only real alternative seems to be to create a new web page just for WebView and do video the old-school way with an A HREF link as cited in the Codelark url above.

Icky.

Where/How to getIntent().getExtras() in an Android Fragment?

you can still use

String Item = getIntent().getExtras().getString("name");

in the fragment, you just need call getActivity() first:

String Item = getActivity().getIntent().getExtras().getString("name");

This saves you having to write some code.

How can I change the app display name build with Flutter?

UPDATE: From the comments this answer seems to be out of date

The Flutter documentation points out where you can change the display name of your application for both Android and iOS. This may be what you are looking for:

For Android

It seems you have already found this in the AndroidManifest.xml as the application entry.

Review the default App Manifest file AndroidManifest.xml located in /android/app/src/main/ and verify the values are correct, especially:

application: Edit the application tag to reflect the final name of the app.

For iOS

See the Review Xcode project settings section:

Navigate to your target’s settings in Xcode:

In Xcode, open Runner.xcworkspace in your app’s ios folder.

To view your app’s settings, select the Runner project in the Xcode project navigator. Then, in the main view sidebar, select the Runner target.

Select the General tab. Next, you’ll verify the most important settings:

Display Name: the name of the app to be displayed on the home screen and elsewhere.

coercing to Unicode: need string or buffer, NoneType found when rendering in django admin

The return value def __unicode __ should be similar to the return value of the related models (tables) for correct viewing of "some_field" in django admin panel. You can also use:

def __str__(self):
    return self.some_field

How to hide Android soft keyboard on EditText

   public class NonKeyboardEditText extends AppCompatEditText {

    public NonKeyboardEditText(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
    }

    @Override
    public boolean onCheckIsTextEditor() {
        return false;
    }
}

and add

NonKeyboardEditText.setTextIsSelectable(true);

javascript password generator

This is my function for generating a 8-character crypto-random password:

function generatePassword() {
    var buf = new Uint8Array(6);
    window.crypto.getRandomValues(buf);
    return btoa(String.fromCharCode.apply(null, buf));
}

What it does: Retrieves 6 crypto-random 8-bit integers and encodes them with Base64.

Since the result is in the Base64 character set the generated password may consist of A-Z, a-z, 0-9, + and /.

Home does not contain an export named Home

I just ran into this error message (after upgrading to nextjs 9 some transpiled imports started giving this error). I managed to fix them using syntax like this:

import * as Home from './layouts/Home';

Git: Create a branch from unstaged/uncommitted changes on master

In the latest GitHub client for Windows, if you have uncommitted changes, and choose to create a new branch.
It prompts you how to handle this exact scenario:

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The same applies if you simply switch the branch too.

How do I empty an input value with jQuery?

A better way is:

$("#element").val(null);

C# DataRow Empty-check

A simple method along the lines of:

bool AreAllColumnsEmpty(DataRow dr)
{
 if (dr == null)
 {
  return true;
 }
 else
 {
  foreach(var value in dr.ItemArray)
  {
    if (value != null)
    {
      return false;
    }
  }
  return true;
 }
}

Should give you what you're after, and to make it "nice" (as there's nothing as far as I'm aware, in the Framework), you could wrap it up as an extension method, and then your resultant code would be:

if (datarow.AreAllColumnsEmpty())
{
}
else
{
}

Jquery - How to make $.post() use contentType=application/json?

$.ajax({
  url:url,
  type:"POST",
  data:data,
  contentType:"application/json; charset=utf-8",
  dataType:"json",
  success: function(){
    ...
  }
})

See : jQuery.ajax()

DataRow: Select cell value by a given column name

Hint

DataTable table = new DataTable();
table.Columns.Add("Column#1", typeof(int));
table.Columns.Add("Column#2", typeof(string));
table.Rows.Add(5, "Cell1-1");
table.Rows.Add(130, "Cell2-2");

EDIT: Added more

string cellValue = table.Rows[0].GetCellValueByName<string>("Column#2");

public static class DataRowExtensions
{
    public static T GetCellValueByName<T>(this DataRow row, string columnName)
    {
        int index = row.Table.Columns.IndexOf(columnName);
        return (index < 0 || index > row.ItemArray.Count()) 
                  ? default(T) 
                  : (T) row[index];        
    }
}

Copy all the lines to clipboard

Well, all of these approaches are interesting, however as lazy programmer I use yank all line by using combination of number + y

for example you have source code file with total of 78 lines, you can do as below:

  1. gg to get cursor at first line
  2. insert 78 + y --> it yanks 78 lines below your cursor and current line

PHP - regex to allow letters and numbers only

  • Missing end anchor $
  • Missing multiplier
  • Missing end delimiter

So it should fail anyway, but if it may work, it matches against just one digit at the beginning of the string.

/^[a-z0-9]+$/i

SQL - Rounding off to 2 decimal places

Could you not cast your result as numeric(x,2)? Where x <= 38

select 
    round(630/60.0,2), 
    cast(round(630/60.0,2) as numeric(36,2))

Returns

10.500000   10.50

Column count doesn't match value count at row 1

You should also look at new triggers.

MySQL doesn't show the table name in the error, so you're really left in a lurch. Here's a working example:

use test;
create table blah (id int primary key AUTO_INCREMENT, data varchar(100));
create table audit_blah (audit_id int primary key AUTO_INCREMENT, action enum('INSERT','UPDATE','DELETE'), id int, data varchar(100) null);
insert into audit_blah(action, id, data) values ('INSERT', 1, 'a');
select * from blah;
select * from audit_blah;
truncate table audit_blah;

delimiter //
/* I've commented out "id" below, so the insert fails with an ambiguous error: */
create trigger ai_blah after insert on blah for each row 
begin 
  insert into audit_blah (action, /*id,*/ data) values ('INSERT', /*NEW.id,*/ NEW.data);
end;//

/* This insert is valid, but you'll get an exception from the trigger: */
insert into blah (data) values ('data1');

Converting Chart.js canvas chart to image using .toDataUrl() results in blank image

Chart.JS API has changed since this was posted and older examples did not seem to be working for me. here is an updated fiddle that works on the newer versions

HTML:

<body>
    <canvas id="canvas" height="450" width="600"></canvas>
    <img id="url" />
</body>

JS:

function done(){
  alert("haha");
  var url=myLine.toBase64Image();
  document.getElementById("url").src=url;
}

var options = {
  bezierCurve : false,
  animation: {
    onComplete: done
  }
};

var myLine = new 
   Chart(document.getElementById("canvas").getContext("2d"),
     {
        data:lineChartData,
        type:"line",
        options:options
      }
    );

http://jsfiddle.net/KSgV7/585/

How to avoid scientific notation for large numbers in JavaScript?

I tried working with the string form rather than the number and this seemed to work. I have only tested this on Chrome but it should be universal:

function removeExponent(s) {
    var ie = s.indexOf('e');
    if (ie != -1) {
        if (s.charAt(ie + 1) == '-') {
            // negative exponent, prepend with .0s
            var n = s.substr(ie + 2).match(/[0-9]+/);
            s = s.substr(2, ie - 2); // remove the leading '0.' and exponent chars
            for (var i = 0; i < n; i++) {
                s = '0' + s;
            }
            s = '.' + s;
        } else {
            // positive exponent, postpend with 0s
            var n = s.substr(ie + 1).match(/[0-9]+/);
            s = s.substr(0, ie); // strip off exponent chars            
            for (var i = 0; i < n; i++) {
                s += '0';
            }       
        }
    }
    return s;
}

link with target="_blank" does not open in new tab in Chrome

If you use React this should work:

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How to specify the bottom border of a <tr>?

Add border-collapse:collapse to the table.

Example:

table.myTable{
  border-collapse:collapse;
}

table.myTable tr{
  border:1px solid red;
}

This worked for me.

PHP - Fatal error: Unsupported operand types

$total_ratings is an array, which you can't use for a division.

From above:

$total_ratings = mysqli_fetch_array($result);

How to disable Google asking permission to regularly check installed apps on my phone?

In Nexus 5, Go to Settings -> Google -> Security and uncheck "Scan device for Security threats" and "Improve harmful app detection".

Evaluate a string with a switch in C++

what about just have the option number:

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;

int main()
{
    string s;
    int op;

    cin >> s >> op;
    switch (op) {
    case 1: break;
    case 2: break;
    default:
    }

    return 0;
}  

JavaScript variable assignments from tuples

Here is a version of Matthew James Davis's answer with the Python tuple methods added in:

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class Tuple extends Array { 
  constructor(...items) { 
    super(...items); 
    Object.freeze(this);
  }
  toArray() {
    return [...this];
  }
  toString() {
    return '('+super.toString()+')';
  }
  count(item) {
    var arr = this.toArray();
    var result = 0;
    for(var i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) {
       if(arr[i] === item) {
         result++;
       }
    }
    return result;
  }

  

  
}

   let tuple = new Tuple("Jim", 35);
   let [name,age] = tuple;

console.log("tuple:"+tuple)
console.log("name:"+name)
console.log("age:"+age)
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Can't resolve module (not found) in React.js

you should change import Header from './src/components/header/header' to

import Header from '../src/components/header/header'

Filter LogCat to get only the messages from My Application in Android?

Yet another variant of Gavriel's applog.sh with support of several devices and applications with multiple processes:

#!/bin/sh
PKG=$1
shift

APPIDS=`adb $@ shell ps | awk -v PKG="$PKG" '
    (NR == 1){appcolumn=2; for (i=1; i<=NF; i++) if ($i=="PID") {appcolumn=i}}
    index($0,PKG){print $(appcolumn)}' | paste -d \| -s`

echo "PID's: $APPIDS"
adb $@ logcat -v color | awk  "(\$3 ~ /$APPIDS/){print \$0}"

Usage: applog.sh com.example.my.package [-s <specific device>]

What is the most accurate way to retrieve a user's correct IP address in PHP?

Thanks for this, very useful.

It would help though if the code were syntactically correct. As it is there's a { too many around line 20. Which I'm afraid means nobody actually tried this out.

I may be crazy, but after trying it on a few valid and invalid addresses, the only version of validate_ip() that worked was this:

    public function validate_ip($ip)
    {
        if (filter_var($ip, FILTER_VALIDATE_IP, FILTER_FLAG_NO_PRIV_RANGE) === false)
            return false;
        if (filter_var($ip, FILTER_VALIDATE_IP, FILTER_FLAG_NO_RES_RANGE) === false)
            return false;
        if (filter_var($ip, FILTER_VALIDATE_IP, FILTER_FLAG_IPV4) === false && filter_var($ip, FILTER_VALIDATE_IP, FILTER_FLAG_IPV6) === false)
            return false;

        return true;
    }

Java IOException "Too many open files"

On Linux and other UNIX / UNIX-like platforms, the OS places a limit on the number of open file descriptors that a process may have at any given time. In the old days, this limit used to be hardwired1, and relatively small. These days it is much larger (hundreds / thousands), and subject to a "soft" per-process configurable resource limit. (Look up the ulimit shell builtin ...)

Your Java application must be exceeding the per-process file descriptor limit.

You say that you have 19 files open, and that after a few hundred times you get an IOException saying "too many files open". Now this particular exception can ONLY happen when a new file descriptor is requested; i.e. when you are opening a file (or a pipe or a socket). You can verify this by printing the stacktrace for the IOException.

Unless your application is being run with a small resource limit (which seems unlikely), it follows that it must be repeatedly opening files / sockets / pipes, and failing to close them. Find out why that is happening and you should be able to figure out what to do about it.

FYI, the following pattern is a safe way to write to files that is guaranteed not to leak file descriptors.

Writer w = new FileWriter(...);
try {
    // write stuff to the file
} finally {
    try {
        w.close();
    } catch (IOException ex) {
        // Log error writing file and bail out.
    }
}

1 - Hardwired, as in compiled into the kernel. Changing the number of available fd slots required a recompilation ... and could result in less memory being available for other things. In the days when Unix commonly ran on 16-bit machines, these things really mattered.

UPDATE

The Java 7 way is more concise:

try (Writer w = new FileWriter(...)) {
    // write stuff to the file
} // the `w` resource is automatically closed 

UPDATE 2

Apparently you can also encounter a "too many files open" while attempting to run an external program. The basic cause is as described above. However, the reason that you encounter this in exec(...) is that the JVM is attempting to create "pipe" file descriptors that will be connected to the external application's standard input / output / error.

How do I clear/delete the current line in terminal?

Just to summarise all the answers:

  • Clean up the line: You can use Ctrl+U to clear up to the beginning.
  • Clean up the line: Ctrl+E Ctrl+U to wipe the current line in the terminal
  • Clean up the line: Ctrl+A Ctrl+K to wipe the current line in the terminal
  • Cancel the current command/line: Ctrl+C.
  • Recall the deleted command: Ctrl+Y (then Alt+Y)
  • Go to beginning of the line: Ctrl+A
  • Go to end of the line: Ctrl+E
  • Remove the forward words for example, if you are middle of the command: Ctrl+K
  • Remove characters on the left, until the beginning of the word: Ctrl+W
  • To clear your entire command prompt: Ctrl + L
  • Toggle between the start of line and current cursor position: Ctrl + XX

Using the GET parameter of a URL in JavaScript

From my programming archive:

function querystring(key) {
   var re=new RegExp('(?:\\?|&)'+key+'=(.*?)(?=&|$)','gi');
   var r=[], m;
   while ((m=re.exec(document.location.search)) != null) r[r.length]=m[1];
   return r;
}

If the value doesn't exist, an empty array is returned.
If the value exists, an array is return that has one item, the value.
If several values with the name exists, an array containing each value is returned.

Examples:

var param1var = querystring("param1")[0];

document.write(querystring("name"));

if (querystring('id')=='42') alert('We apoligize for the inconvenience.');

if (querystring('button').length>0) alert(querystring('info'));

Android - Launcher Icon Size

Adaptive Icons

Starting with Android 8.0 there are adaptive icons, which are made up of two separate layers. Both layers are 108 x 108 dp.

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(image adapted from Android documentation)

Sizes

If you are supporting versions below Android 8.0, you still need to include the legacy sizes (48dp). I marked the pixel sizes in red for each resolution below.

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Don't do it by hand

I suppose you could make all of those by hand if you want to, but I have to say that my days of doing that are over. The Android Studio 3.0 Asset Studio is quite good and will generate them all for you. All you have to do is supply a sufficiently large foreground and background image. (I used a 1024 x 1024 px image).

To open the Asset Studio go to File > New > Image Asset.

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How to create a connection string in asp.net c#

Demo :

<connectionStrings>
<add name="myConnectionString" connectionString="server=localhost;database=myDb;uid=myUser;password=myPass;" />
</connectionStrings>

Based on your question:

<connectionStrings>
    <add name="itmall" connectionString="Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=D:\19-02\ABCC\App_Data\abcc.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True" />
    </connectionStrings>

Refer links:

http://www.connectionstrings.com/store-connection-string-in-webconfig/

Retrive connection string from web.config file:

write the below code in your file where you want;

string connstring=ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["itmall"].ConnectionString;

SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(connstring);

or you can go in your way like

SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["itmall"].ConnectionString);

Note:

The "name" which you gave in web.config file and name which you used in connection string must be same(like "itmall" in this solution.)

Getting reference to child component in parent component

You need to leverage the @ViewChild decorator to reference the child component from the parent one by injection:

import { Component, ViewChild } from 'angular2/core';  

(...)

@Component({
  selector: 'my-app',
  template: `
    <h1>My First Angular 2 App</h1>
    <child></child>
    <button (click)="submit()">Submit</button>
  `,
  directives:[App]
})
export class AppComponent { 
  @ViewChild(Child) child:Child;

  (...)

  someOtherMethod() {
    this.searchBar.someMethod();
  }
}

Here is the updated plunkr: http://plnkr.co/edit/mrVK2j3hJQ04n8vlXLXt?p=preview.

You can notice that the @Query parameter decorator could also be used:

export class AppComponent { 
  constructor(@Query(Child) children:QueryList<Child>) {
    this.childcmp = children.first();
  }

  (...)
}

maxFileSize and acceptFileTypes in blueimp file upload plugin do not work. Why?

As suggested in an earlier answer, we need to include two additional files - jquery.fileupload-process.js and then jquery.fileupload-validate.js However as I need to perform some additional ajax calls while adding a file, I am subscribing to the fileuploadadd event to perform those calls. Regarding such a usage the author of this plugin suggested the following

Please have a look here: https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/wiki/Options#wiki-callback-options

Adding additional event listeners via bind (or on method with jQuery 1.7+) method is the preferred option to preserve callback settings by the jQuery File Upload UI version.

Alternatively, you can also simply start the processing in your own callback, like this: https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/blob/master/js/jquery.fileupload-process.js#L50

Using the combination of the two suggested options, the following code works perfectly for me

$fileInput.fileupload({
    url: 'upload_url',
    type: 'POST',
    dataType: 'json',
    autoUpload: false,
    disableValidation: false,
    maxFileSize: 1024 * 1024,
    messages: {
        maxFileSize: 'File exceeds maximum allowed size of 1MB',
    }
});

$fileInput.on('fileuploadadd', function(evt, data) {
    var $this = $(this);
    var validation = data.process(function () {
        return $this.fileupload('process', data);
    });

    validation.done(function() {
        makeAjaxCall('some_other_url', { fileName: data.files[0].name, fileSizeInBytes: data.files[0].size })
            .done(function(resp) {
                data.formData = data.formData || {};
                data.formData.someData = resp.SomeData;
                data.submit();
        });
    });
    validation.fail(function(data) {
        console.log('Upload error: ' + data.files[0].error);
    });
});

Running the new Intel emulator for Android

If all else fails. Simply try to download the Intel HAXM zip manually, extract and install. check here

Remember this only works for an Intel cpu that supports Intel Virtualization Technology. And you MUST enable virtulization in your bios.

It's a fairly decent and very noticeable improvement to the android emulator if you ask me.

What does cv::normalize(_src, dst, 0, 255, NORM_MINMAX, CV_8UC1);

When the normType is NORM_MINMAX, cv::normalize normalizes _src in such a way that the min value of dst is alpha and max value of dst is beta. cv::normalize does its magic using only scales and shifts (i.e. adding constants and multiplying by constants).

CV_8UC1 says how many channels dst has.

The documentation here is pretty clear: http://docs.opencv.org/modules/core/doc/operations_on_arrays.html#normalize

Difference between drop table and truncate table?

Deleting records from a table logs every deletion and executes delete triggers for the records deleted. Truncate is a more powerful command that empties a table without logging each row. SQL Server prevents you from truncating a table with foreign keys referencing it, because of the need to check the foreign keys on each row.

Truncate is normally ultra-fast, ideal for cleaning out data from a temporary table. It does preserve the structure of the table for future use.

If you actually want to remove the table definitions as well as the data, simply drop the tables.

See this MSDN article for more info

Unix command to check the filesize

ls -l --block-size=M 

will give you a long format listing (needed to actually see the file size) and round file sizes up to the nearest MiB. If you want MB (10^6 bytes) rather than MiB (2^20 bytes) units, use --block-size=MB instead.

Or

ls -lah 

-h When used with the -l option, use unit suffixes: Byte, Kilobyte, Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte and Petabyte in order to reduce the number of digits to three or less using base 2 for sizes.

man ls

http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/CGI/man-cgi?ls

Tuple unpacking in for loops

Take this code as an example:

elements = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e']
index = 0

for element in elements:
  print element, index
  index += 1

You loop over the list and store an index variable as well. enumerate() does the same thing, but more concisely:

elements = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e']

for index, element in enumerate(elements):
  print element, index

The index, element notation is required because enumerate returns a tuple ((1, 'a'), (2, 'b'), ...) that is unpacked into two different variables.

Why do I get permission denied when I try use "make" to install something?

The problem is frequently with 'secure' setup of mountpoints, such as /tmp

If they are mounted noexec (check with cat /etc/mtab and or sudo mount) then there is no permission to execute any binaries or build scripts from within the (temporary) folder.

E.g. to remount temporarily:

 sudo mount -o remount,exec /tmp

Or to change permanently, remove noexec in /etc/fstab

What does it mean "No Launcher activity found!"

I fixed the problem by adding activity block in the application tag. I created the project using wizard, I don't know why my AdroidManifest.xml file was not containing application block? I added the application block:

<application
    android:icon="@drawable/ic_launcher"
    android:label="@string/app_name" >
    <activity
        android:name=".ToDoListActivity"
        android:label="@string/app_name" >
        <intent-filter>
            <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" />

            <category android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER" />
        </intent-filter>
    </activity>
</application>

And I get the desired output on the emulator.

What do column flags mean in MySQL Workbench?

PK - Primary Key

NN - Not Null

BIN - Binary (stores data as binary strings. There is no character set so sorting and comparison is based on the numeric values of the bytes in the values.)

UN - Unsigned (non-negative numbers only. so if the range is -500 to 500, instead its 0 - 1000, the range is the same but it starts at 0)

UQ - Create/remove Unique Key

ZF - Zero-Filled (if the length is 5 like INT(5) then every field is filled with 0’s to the 5th digit. 12 = 00012, 400 = 00400, etc. )

AI - Auto Increment

G - Generated column. i.e. value generated by a formula based on the other columns

How do I create sql query for searching partial matches?

First of all, this approach won't scale in the large, you'll need a separate index from words to item (like an inverted index).

If your data is not large, you can do

SELECT DISTINCT(name) FROM mytable WHERE name LIKE '%mall%' OR description LIKE '%mall%'

using OR if you have multiple keywords.

SQL Query for Student mark functionality

Select S.StudentName 
From Student S 
where S.StudentID IN 
    (Select StudentID from (
        ( Select Max(MarkRate)as MarkRate,SubjectID From  Mark Group by SubjectID)) MaxMarks, Mark
 where MaxMarks.SubjectID= Mark.SubjectID AND MaxMarks.MarkRate=Mark.MarkRate)

DELETE_FAILED_INTERNAL_ERROR Error while Installing APK

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Goto

 1. File -> setting(or CLRT+ALT+S)
 2. Build, Execution, Deployment -> Instant Run 
 3. Disable Instant Run
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step by step (windows)

step 1 : Go to file -> settings

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step 2 : Build, Execution, Deployment -> Instant Run

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step 3 : disable the instant values

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Excel to JSON javascript code?

The answers are working fine with xls format but, in my case, it didn't work for xlsx format. Thus I added some code here. it works both xls and xlsx format.

I took the sample from the official sample link.

Hope it may help !

function fileReader(oEvent) {
        var oFile = oEvent.target.files[0];
        var sFilename = oFile.name;

        var reader = new FileReader();
        var result = {};

        reader.onload = function (e) {
            var data = e.target.result;
            data = new Uint8Array(data);
            var workbook = XLSX.read(data, {type: 'array'});
            console.log(workbook);
            var result = {};
            workbook.SheetNames.forEach(function (sheetName) {
                var roa = XLSX.utils.sheet_to_json(workbook.Sheets[sheetName], {header: 1});
                if (roa.length) result[sheetName] = roa;
            });
            // see the result, caution: it works after reader event is done.
            console.log(result);
        };
        reader.readAsArrayBuffer(oFile);
}

// Add your id of "File Input" 
$('#fileUpload').change(function(ev) {
        // Do something 
        fileReader(ev);
}

Add a month to a Date

"mondate" is somewhat similar to "Date" except that adding n adds n months rather than n days:

> library(mondate)
> d <- as.Date("2004-01-31")
> as.mondate(d) + 1
mondate: timeunits="months"
[1] 2004-02-29

How do I correct the character encoding of a file?

In sublime text editor, file -> reopen with encoding -> choose the correct encoding.

Generally, the encoding is auto-detected, but if not, you can use the above method.

finding the type of an element using jQuery

It is worth noting that @Marius's second answer could be used as pure Javascript solution.

document.getElementById('elementId').tagName

Bash script plugin for Eclipse?

It works for me in Oxygen.

1) Go to Help > Eclipse Marketplace... and search for "DLTK". You'll find something like "Shell Script (DLTK) 5.8.0". Install it and reboot Eclipse.

(Or drag'n'drop "Install" button from this web page to your Eclipse: https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/shell-script-dltk)

Shell Script (DLTK)

2) Right-click on the shell/batch file in Project Explorer > Open With > Other... and select Shell Script Editor. You can also associate the editor with all files of that extension.

Shell script editor

use of entityManager.createNativeQuery(query,foo.class)

JPA was designed to provide an automatic mapping between Objects and a relational database. Since Integer is not a persistant entity, why do you need to use JPA ? A simple JDBC request will work fine.

How do I set up IntelliJ IDEA for Android applications?

I've spent a day on trying to put all the pieces together, been in hundreds of sites and tutorials, but they all skip trivial steps.

So here's the full guide:

  1. Download and install Java JDK (Choose the Java platform)
  2. Download and install Android SDK (Installer is recommended)
  3. After android SD finishes installing, open SDK Manager under Android SDK Tools (sometimes needs to be opened under admin's privileges)
  4. Choose everything and mark Accept All and install.
  5. Download and install IntelliJ IDEA (The community edition is free)
  6. Wait for all downloads and installations and stuff to finish.

New Project:

  1. Run IntelliJ
  2. Create a new project (there's a tutorial here)
  3. Enter the name, choose Android type.
  4. There's a step missing in the tutorial, when you are asked to choose the JDK (before choosing the SDK) you need to choose the Java JDK you've installed earlier. Should be under C:\Program Files\Java\jdk{version}
  5. Choose a New platform ( if there's not one selected ) , the SDK platform is the android platform at C:\Program Files\Android\android-sdk-windows.
  6. Choose the android version.
  7. Now you can write your program.

Compiling:

  1. Near the Run button you need to select the drop-down-list, choose Edit Configurations
  2. In the Prefer Android Virtual device select the ... button
  3. Click on create, give it a name, press OK.
  4. Double click the new device to choose it.
  5. Press OK.
  6. You're ready to run the program.

Select mysql query between date?

All the above works, and here is another way if you just want to number of days/time back rather a entering date

select * from *table_name* where *datetime_column* BETWEEN DATE_SUB(NOW(), INTERVAL 30 DAY)  AND NOW() 

UIImageView aspect fit and center

[your_imageview setContentMode:UIViewContentModeCenter];

Get next element in foreach loop

if its numerically indexed:

foreach ($foo as $key=>$var){

    if($var==$foo[$key+1]){
        echo 'current and next var are the same';
    }
}

Python Serial: How to use the read or readline function to read more than 1 character at a time

I see a couple of issues.

First:

ser.read() is only going to return 1 byte at a time.

If you specify a count

ser.read(5)

it will read 5 bytes (less if timeout occurrs before 5 bytes arrive.)

If you know that your input is always properly terminated with EOL characters, better way is to use

ser.readline()

That will continue to read characters until an EOL is received.

Second:

Even if you get ser.read() or ser.readline() to return multiple bytes, since you are iterating over the return value, you will still be handling it one byte at a time.

Get rid of the

for line in ser.read():

and just say:

line = ser.readline()

Yum fails with - There are no enabled repos.

ok, so my problem was that I tried to install the package with yum which is the primary tool for getting, installing, deleting, querying, and managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux RPM software packages from official Red Hat software repositories, as well as other third-party repositories.

But I'm using ubuntu and The usual way to install packages on the command line in Ubuntu is with apt-get. so the right command was:

sudo apt-get install libstdc++.i686

Make file echo displaying "$PATH" string

In the manual for GNU make, they talk about this specific example when describing the value function:

The value function provides a way for you to use the value of a variable without having it expanded. Please note that this does not undo expansions which have already occurred; for example if you create a simply expanded variable its value is expanded during the definition; in that case the value function will return the same result as using the variable directly.

The syntax of the value function is:

 $(value variable)

Note that variable is the name of a variable; not a reference to that variable. Therefore you would not normally use a ‘$’ or parentheses when writing it. (You can, however, use a variable reference in the name if you want the name not to be a constant.)

The result of this function is a string containing the value of variable, without any expansion occurring. For example, in this makefile:

 FOO = $PATH

 all:
         @echo $(FOO)
         @echo $(value FOO)

The first output line would be ATH, since the “$P” would be expanded as a make variable, while the second output line would be the current value of your $PATH environment variable, since the value function avoided the expansion.

How to get every first element in 2 dimensional list

You could use this:

a = ((4.0, 4, 4.0), (3.0, 3, 3.6), (3.5, 6, 4.8))
a = np.array(a)
a[:,0]
returns >>> array([4. , 3. , 3.5])

How to pass arguments to addEventListener listener function?

The following approach worked well for me. Modified from here.

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  document.body.innerHTML += "made it.";_x000D_
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document.getElementById('button').addEventListener('click', callback(someVar));
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SQL set values of one column equal to values of another column in the same table

I would do it this way:

UPDATE YourTable SET B = COALESCE(B, A);

COALESCE is a function that returns its first non-null argument.

In this example, if B on a given row is not null, the update is a no-op.

If B is null, the COALESCE skips it and uses A instead.

pthread function from a class

You'll have to give pthread_create a function that matches the signature it's looking for. What you're passing won't work.

You can implement whatever static function you like to do this, and it can reference an instance of c and execute what you want in the thread. pthread_create is designed to take not only a function pointer, but a pointer to "context". In this case you just pass it a pointer to an instance of c.

For instance:

static void* execute_print(void* ctx) {
    c* cptr = (c*)ctx;
    cptr->print();
    return NULL;
}


void func() {

    ...

    pthread_create(&t1, NULL, execute_print, &c[0]);

    ...
}

How many threads can a Java VM support?

I know this question is pretty old but just want to share my findings.

My laptop is able to handle program which spawns 25,000 threads and all those threads write some data in MySql database at regular interval of 2 seconds.

I ran this program with 10,000 threads for 30 minutes continuously then also my system was stable and I was able to do other normal operations like browsing, opening, closing other programs, etc.

With 25,000 threads system slows down but it remains responsive.

With 50,000 threads system stopped responding instantly and I had to restart my system manually.

My system details are as follows :

Processor : Intel core 2 duo 2.13 GHz
RAM : 4GB
OS : Windows 7 Home Premium
JDK Version : 1.6

Before running I set jvm argument -Xmx2048m.

Hope it helps.

MongoDB: exception in initAndListen: 20 Attempted to create a lock file on a read-only directory: /data/db, terminating

enter image description hereFirst of all stop all the mongoDB services, then create a directory on / , it means root, if you don't have, and remove the port file also. give all permission to that directory, become that directory owner, run below command:

sudo service mongod stop
sudo rm -rf /tmp/mongod*
sudo mkdir -p /data/db
sudo chmod -R a+wxr /data
sudo chown -R $USER:$USER /data

Now you're done, just start the MongoDB service, if didn't help, try to change the port like:

sudo service mongod restart && mongod # if didn't help run below cmd
mongod --port 27018

Note: For me all this stuff works and hoping would work for you, guy!

How do I specify different layouts for portrait and landscape orientations?

Just a reminder:

Remove orientation from android:configChanges attribute for the activity in your manifest xml file if you defined it:

android:configChanges="orientation|screenLayout|screenSize"

Named parameters in JDBC

To avoid including a large framework, I think a simple homemade class can do the trick.

Example of class to handle named parameters:

public class NamedParamStatement {
    public NamedParamStatement(Connection conn, String sql) throws SQLException {
        int pos;
        while((pos = sql.indexOf(":")) != -1) {
            int end = sql.substring(pos).indexOf(" ");
            if (end == -1)
                end = sql.length();
            else
                end += pos;
            fields.add(sql.substring(pos+1,end));
            sql = sql.substring(0, pos) + "?" + sql.substring(end);
        }       
        prepStmt = conn.prepareStatement(sql);
    }

    public PreparedStatement getPreparedStatement() {
        return prepStmt;
    }
    public ResultSet executeQuery() throws SQLException {
        return prepStmt.executeQuery();
    }
    public void close() throws SQLException {
        prepStmt.close();
    }

    public void setInt(String name, int value) throws SQLException {        
        prepStmt.setInt(getIndex(name), value);
    }

    private int getIndex(String name) {
        return fields.indexOf(name)+1;
    }
    private PreparedStatement prepStmt;
    private List<String> fields = new ArrayList<String>();
}

Example of calling the class:

String sql;
sql = "SELECT id, Name, Age, TS FROM TestTable WHERE Age < :age OR id = :id";
NamedParamStatement stmt = new NamedParamStatement(conn, sql);
stmt.setInt("age", 35);
stmt.setInt("id", 2);
ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery();

Please note that the above simple example does not handle using named parameter twice. Nor does it handle using the : sign inside quotes.

Database cluster and load balancing

Database Clustering is actually a mode of synchronous replication between two or possibly more nodes with an added functionality of fault tolerance added to your system, and that too in a shared nothing architecture. By shared nothing it means that the individual nodes actually don't share any physical resources like disk or memory.

As far as keeping the data synchronized is concerned, there is a management server to which all the data nodes are connected along with the SQL node to achieve this(talking specifically about MySQL).

Now about the differences: load balancing is just one result that could be achieved through clustering, the others include high availability, scalability and fault tolerance.

Correct way to import lodash

I just put them in their own file and export it for node and webpack:

// lodash-cherries.js
module.exports = {
  defaults: require('lodash/defaults'),
  isNil: require('lodash/isNil'),
  isObject: require('lodash/isObject'),
  isArray: require('lodash/isArray'),
  isFunction: require('lodash/isFunction'),
  isInteger: require('lodash/isInteger'),
  isBoolean: require('lodash/isBoolean'),
  keys: require('lodash/keys'),
  set: require('lodash/set'),
  get: require('lodash/get'),
}

The target ... overrides the `OTHER_LDFLAGS` build setting defined in `Pods/Pods.xcconfig

If Xcode complains when linking, e.g. Library not found for -lPods, it doesn't detect the implicit dependencies:

Go to Product > Edit Scheme Click on Build Add the Pods static library Clean and build again

Don't change link color when a link is clicked

you are looking for this:

a:visited{
  color:blue;
}

Links have several states you can alter... the way I remember them is LVHFA (Lord Vader's Handle Formerly Anakin)

Each letter stands for a pseudo class: (Link,Visited,Hover,Focus,Active)

a:link{
  color:blue;
}
a:visited{
  color:purple;
}
a:hover{
  color:orange;
}
a:focus{
  color:green;
}
a:active{
  color:red;
}

If you want the links to always be blue, just change all of them to blue. I would note though on a usability level, it would be nice if the mouse click caused the color to change a little bit (even if just a lighter/darker blue) to help indicate that the link was actually clicked (this is especially important in a touchscreen interface where you're not always sure the click was actually registered)

If you have different types of links that you want to all have the same color when clicked, add a class to the links.

a.foo, a.foo:link, a.foo:visited, a.foo:hover, a.foo:focus, a.foo:active{
  color:green;
}
a.bar, a.bar:link, a.bar:visited, a.bar:hover, a.bar:focus, a.bar:active{
  color:orange;
}

It should be noted that not all browsers respect each of these options ;-)

How to import an Excel file into SQL Server?

You can also use OPENROWSET to import excel file in sql server.

SELECT * INTO Your_Table FROM OPENROWSET('Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0',
                        'Excel 12.0;Database=C:\temp\MySpreadsheet.xlsx',
                        'SELECT * FROM [Data$]')

I want to show all tables that have specified column name

You can use the information schema views:

SELECT DISTINCT TABLE_SCHEMA, TABLE_NAME
FROM Information_Schema.Columns
WHERE COLUMN_NAME = 'ID'

Here's the MSDN reference for the "Columns" view: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188348.aspx

SVN Repository Search

Update January, 2020

VisualSVN Server 4.2 supports finding files and folders in the web interface. Try out the new feature on one of the demo server’s repositories!

See the version 4.2 Release Notes, and download VisualSVN Server 4.2.0 from the main download page.

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Old answer

Beginning with Subversion 1.8, you can use --search option with svn log command. Note that the command does not perform full-text search inside a repository, it considers the following data only:

  • revision's author (svn:author unversioned property),
  • date (svn:date unversioned property),
  • log message text (svn:log unversioned property),
  • list of changed paths (i.e. paths affected by the particular revision).

Here is the help page about these new search options:

 If the --search option is used, log messages are displayed only if the
 provided search pattern matches any of the author, date, log message
 text (unless --quiet is used), or, if the --verbose option is also
 provided, a changed path.
 The search pattern may include "glob syntax" wildcards:
     ?      matches any single character
     *      matches a sequence of arbitrary characters
     [abc]  matches any of the characters listed inside the brackets
 If multiple --search options are provided, a log message is shown if
 it matches any of the provided search patterns. If the --search-and
 option is used, that option's argument is combined with the pattern
 from the previous --search or --search-and option, and a log message
 is shown only if it matches the combined search pattern.
 If --limit is used in combination with --search, --limit restricts the
 number of log messages searched, rather than restricting the output
 to a particular number of matching log messages.

Floating Div Over An Image

You've got the right idea. Looks to me like you just need to change .tag's position:relative to position:absolute, and add position:relative to .container.

Access 2013 - Cannot open a database created with a previous version of your application

If you're just seeking to pull the data out of tables contained in the mdb, use Excel and ODBC (DATA tab...Get External Data...From Other Sources...From Data Connection Wizard...Other/Advanced...Microsoft Jet X.X OLE DB Provider...pick your db...pick your table(s) and voila! Data imported. Then just save the workbook that then can be linked or imported into the newer version of Access to build a new database.

What is the difference between .yaml and .yml extension?

As @David Heffeman indicates the recommendation is to use .yaml when possible, and the recommendation has been that way since September 2006.

That some projects use .yml is mostly because of ignorance of the implementers/documenters: they wanted to use YAML because of readability, or some other feature not available in other formats, were not familiar with the recommendation and and just implemented what worked, maybe after looking at some other project/library (without questioning whether what was done is correct).

The best way to approach this is to be rigorous when creating new files (i.e. use .yaml) and be permissive when accepting input (i.e. allow .yml when you encounter it), possible automatically upgrading/correcting these errors when possible.

The other recommendation I have is to document the argument(s) why you have to use .yml, when you think you have to. That way you don't look like an ignoramus, and give others the opportunity to understand your reasoning. Of course "everybody else is doing it" and "On Google .yml has more pages than .yaml" are not arguments, they are just statistics about the popularity of project(s) that have it wrong or right (with regards to the extension of YAML files). You can try to prove that some projects are popular, just because they use a .yml extension instead of the correct .yaml, but I think you will be hard pressed to do so.

Some projects realize (too late) that they use the incorrect extension (e.g. originally docker-compose used .yml, but in later versions started to use .yaml, although they still support .yml). Others still seem ignorant about the correct extension, like AppVeyor early 2019, but allow you to specify the configuration file for a project, including extension. This allows you to get the configuration file out of your face as well as giving it the proper extension: I use .appveyor.yaml instead of appveyor.yml for building the windows wheels of my YAML parser for Python).


On the other hand:

The Yaml (sic!) component of Symfony2 implements a selected subset of features defined in the YAML 1.2 version specification.

So it seems fitting that they also use a subset of the recommended extension.

How to set border's thickness in percentages?

Box Sizing
set the box sizing to border box box-sizing: border-box; and set the width to 100% and a fixed width for the border then add a min-width so for a small screen the border won't overtake the whole screen

Spring Boot Program cannot find main class

deleting old jars from .m2 and updating maven project should be primary step. In most of the cases it resolves the issue.The reason for this issue is mostly corrupted old jars

Error "Metadata file '...\Release\project.dll' could not be found in Visual Studio"

For me was to remove/delete entire .vs folder(that is an invisible one) and then:

- Build
- Rebuild 

and done.

Programmatically change the height and width of a UIImageView Xcode Swift

imageView is a subview of the main view. It works this way

image.frame = CGRectMake(0 , 0, super.view.frame.width, super.view.frame.height * 0.2)

Why es6 react component works only with "export default"?

Exporting without default means it's a "named export". You can have multiple named exports in a single file. So if you do this,

class Template {}
class AnotherTemplate {}

export { Template, AnotherTemplate }

then you have to import these exports using their exact names. So to use these components in another file you'd have to do,

import {Template, AnotherTemplate} from './components/templates'

Alternatively if you export as the default export like this,

export default class Template {}

Then in another file you import the default export without using the {}, like this,

import Template from './components/templates'

There can only be one default export per file. In React it's a convention to export one component from a file, and to export it is as the default export.

You're free to rename the default export as you import it,

import TheTemplate from './components/templates'

And you can import default and named exports at the same time,

import Template,{AnotherTemplate} from './components/templates'

Angular routerLink does not navigate to the corresponding component

There is also another case which suits this situation. If in your interceptor, you made it return non Boolean value, the end result is like that.

For example, I had tried to return obj && obj[key] stuff. After debugging for a while, then I realize I have to convert this to Boolean type manually like Boolean(obj && obj[key]) in order to let the clicking pass.

When to use std::size_t?

A good rule of thumb is for anything that you need to compare in the loop condition against something that is naturally a std::size_t itself.

std::size_t is the type of any sizeof expression and as is guaranteed to be able to express the maximum size of any object (including any array) in C++. By extension it is also guaranteed to be big enough for any array index so it is a natural type for a loop by index over an array.

If you are just counting up to a number then it may be more natural to use either the type of the variable that holds that number or an int or unsigned int (if large enough) as these should be a natural size for the machine.

Useful example of a shutdown hook in Java?

You could do the following:

  • Let the shutdown hook set some AtomicBoolean (or volatile boolean) "keepRunning" to false
  • (Optionally, .interrupt the working threads if they wait for data in some blocking call)
  • Wait for the working threads (executing writeBatch in your case) to finish, by calling the Thread.join() method on the working threads.
  • Terminate the program

Some sketchy code:

  • Add a static volatile boolean keepRunning = true;
  • In run() you change to

    for (int i = 0; i < N && keepRunning; ++i)
        writeBatch(pw, i);
    
  • In main() you add:

    final Thread mainThread = Thread.currentThread();
    Runtime.getRuntime().addShutdownHook(new Thread() {
        public void run() {
            keepRunning = false;
            mainThread.join();
        }
    });
    

That's roughly how I do a graceful "reject all clients upon hitting Control-C" in terminal.


From the docs:

When the virtual machine begins its shutdown sequence it will start all registered shutdown hooks in some unspecified order and let them run concurrently. When all the hooks have finished it will then run all uninvoked finalizers if finalization-on-exit has been enabled. Finally, the virtual machine will halt.

That is, a shutdown hook keeps the JVM running until the hook has terminated (returned from the run()-method.

Table with 100% width with equal size columns

Just add style="table-layout: fixed ; width: 100%;" inside <table> tag and also if you do not specify any styles and add just style=" width: 100%;" inside <table> You will be able to resolve it.

Overlapping elements in CSS

the easiest way is to use position:absolute on both elements. You can absolutely position relative to the page, or you can absolutely position relative to a container div by setting the container div to position:relative

<div id="container" style="position:relative;">
    <div id="div1" style="position:absolute; top:0; left:0;"></div>
    <div id="div2" style="position:absolute; top:0; left:0;"></div>
</div>

Converting JSON String to Dictionary Not List

The best way to Load JSON Data into Dictionary is You can user the inbuilt json loader.

Below is the sample snippet that can be used.

import json
f = open("data.json")
data = json.load(f))
f.close()
type(data)
print(data[<keyFromTheJsonFile>])

How to break out from a ruby block?

Use the keyword next. If you do not want to continue to the next item, use break.

When next is used within a block, it causes the block to exit immediately, returning control to the iterator method, which may then begin a new iteration by invoking the block again:

f.each do |line|              # Iterate over the lines in file f
  next if line[0,1] == "#"    # If this line is a comment, go to the next
  puts eval(line)
end

When used in a block, break transfers control out of the block, out of the iterator that invoked the block, and to the first expression following the invocation of the iterator:

f.each do |line|             # Iterate over the lines in file f
  break if line == "quit\n"  # If this break statement is executed...
  puts eval(line)
end
puts "Good bye"              # ...then control is transferred here

And finally, the usage of return in a block:

return always causes the enclosing method to return, regardless of how deeply nested within blocks it is (except in the case of lambdas):

def find(array, target)
  array.each_with_index do |element,index|
    return index if (element == target)  # return from find
  end
  nil  # If we didn't find the element, return nil
end

how to view the contents of a .pem certificate

An alternative to using keytool, you can use the command

openssl x509 -in certificate.pem -text

This should work for any x509 .pem file provided you have openssl installed.

How can I make Java print quotes, like "Hello"?

System.out.print("\"Hello\"");

The double quote character has to be escaped with a backslash in a Java string literal. Other characters that need special treatment include:

  • Carriage return and newline: "\r" and "\n"
  • Backslash: "\\\\"
  • Single quote: "\'"
  • Horizontal tab and form feed: "\t" and "\f"

The complete list of Java string and character literal escapes may be found in the section 3.10.6 of the JLS.

It is also worth noting that you can include arbitrary Unicode characters in your source code using Unicode escape sequences of the form "\uxxxx" where the "x"s are hexadecimal digits. However, these are different from ordinary string and character escapes in that you can use them anywhere in a Java program ... not just in string and character literals; see JLS sections 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3 for a details on the use of Unicode in Java source code.

See also:

What is process.env.PORT in Node.js?

When hosting your application on another service (like Heroku, Nodejitsu, and AWS), your host may independently configure the process.env.PORT variable for you; after all, your script runs in their environment.

Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk does this. If you try to set a static port value like 3000 instead of process.env.PORT || 3000 where 3000 is your static setting, then your application will result in a 500 gateway error because Amazon is configuring the port for you.

This is a minimal Express application that will deploy on Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk:

var express = require('express');
var app = express();

app.get('/', function (req, res) {
  res.send('Hello World!');
});

// use port 3000 unless there exists a preconfigured port
var port = process.env.PORT || 3000;

app.listen(port);

Where does forever store console.log output?

Forever takes command line options for output:

-l  LOGFILE      Logs the forever output to LOGFILE
-o  OUTFILE      Logs stdout from child script to OUTFILE
-e  ERRFILE      Logs stderr from child script to ERRFILE

For example:

forever start -o out.log -e err.log my-script.js

See here for more info

How do I view the full content of a text or varchar(MAX) column in SQL Server 2008 Management Studio?

One work-around is to right-click on the result set and select "Save Results As...". This exports it to a CSV file with the entire contents of the column. Not perfect but worked well enough for me.

Workaround

CSS transition with visibility not working

This is not a bug- you can only transition on ordinal/calculable properties (an easy way of thinking of this is any property with a numeric start and end number value..though there are a few exceptions).

This is because transitions work by calculating keyframes between two values, and producing an animation by extrapolating intermediate amounts.

visibility in this case is a binary setting (visible/hidden), so once the transition duration elapses, the property simply switches state, you see this as a delay- but it can actually be seen as the final keyframe of the transition animation, with the intermediary keyframes not having been calculated (what constitutes the values between hidden/visible? Opacity? Dimension? As it is not explicit, they are not calculated).

opacity is a value setting (0-1), so keyframes can be calculated across the duration provided.

A list of transitionable (animatable) properties can be found here

Get value of c# dynamic property via string

In .Net core 3.1 you can try like this

d?.value2 , d?.value3

Do we have router.reload in vue-router?

vueObject.$forceUpdate();

why don't you use forceUpdate method?

How to use WHERE IN with Doctrine 2

This is years later, working on a legacy site... For the life of me I couldn't get the ->andWhere() or ->expr()->in() solutions working.

Finally looked in the Doctrine mongodb-odb repo and found some very revealing tests:

public function testQueryWhereIn()
{ 
  $qb = $this->dm->createQueryBuilder('Documents\User');
  $choices = array('a', 'b');
  $qb->field('username')->in($choices);
  $expected = [
    'username' => ['$in' => $choices],
  ];
  $this->assertSame($expected, $qb->getQueryArray());
}

It worked for me!

You can find the tests on github here. Useful for clarifying all sorts of nonsense.

Note: My setup is using Doctrine MongoDb ODM v1.0.dev as far as i can make out.

How to use boolean 'and' in Python

As pointed out, "&" in python performs a bitwise and operation, just as it does in C#. and is the appropriate equivalent to the && operator.

Since we're dealing with booleans (i == 5 is True and ii == 10 is also True), you may wonder why this didn't either work anyway (True being treated as an integer quantity should still mean True & True is a True value), or throw an exception (eg. by forbidding bitwise operations on boolean types)

The reason is operator precedence. The "and" operator binds more loosely than ==, so the expression: "i==5 and ii==10" is equivalent to: "(i==5) and (ii==10)"

However, bitwise & has a higher precedence than "==" (since you wouldn't want expressions like "a & 0xff == ch" to mean "a & (0xff == ch)"), so the expression would actually be interpreted as:

if i == (5 & ii) == 10:

Which is using python's operator chaining to mean: does the valuee of ii anded with 5 equal both i and 10. Obviously this will never be true.

You would actually get (seemingly) the right answer if you had included brackets to force the precedence, so:

if (i==5) & (ii=10)

would cause the statement to be printed. It's the wrong thing to do, however - "&" has many different semantics to "and" - (precedence, short-cirtuiting, behaviour with integer arguments etc), so it's fortunate that you caught this here rather than being fooled till it produced less obvious bugs.

How to integrate SAP Crystal Reports in Visual Studio 2017

I had the same problem and I solved by installing Service pack 22 and it fixed it.

Angular ng-class if else

You can use the ternary operator notation:

<div id="homePage" ng-class="page.isSelected(1)? 'center' : 'left'">

How eliminate the tab space in the column in SQL Server 2008

Use the Below Code for that

UPDATE Table1 SET Column1 = LTRIM(RTRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(Column1, CHAR(9), ''), CHAR(10), ''), CHAR(13), '')))`

Is there a conditional ternary operator in VB.NET?

iif has always been available in VB, even in VB6.

Dim foo as String = iif(bar = buz, cat, dog)

It is not a true operator, as such, but a function in the Microsoft.VisualBasic namespace.

datatable jquery - table header width not aligned with body width

$("#rates").dataTable({
"bPaginate": false,
"sScrollY": "250px",
"bAutoWidth": false,
"bScrollCollapse": true,
"bLengthChange": false,
"bFilter": false,
"sDom": '<"top">rt<"bottom"flp><"clear">',
"aoColumns": [{
        "bSortable": false
    },
    null,
    null,
    null,
    null
]}).fnAdjustColumnSizing( false );

Try calling the fnAdjustColumSizing(false) to the end of your datatables call. modified code above.

Discussion on Column sizing issue

Python dictionary get multiple values

As I see no similar answer here - it is worth pointing out that with the usage of a (list / generator) comprehension, you can unpack those multiple values and assign them to multiple variables in a single line of code:

first_val, second_val = (myDict.get(key) for key in [first_key, second_key])

How to link an input button to a file select window?

If you want to allow the user to browse for a file, you need to have an input type="file" The closest you could get to your requirement would be to place the input type="file" on the page and hide it. Then, trigger the click event of the input when the button is clicked:

#myFileInput {
    display:none;
}

<input type="file" id="myFileInput" />
<input type="button"
       onclick="document.getElementById('myFileInput').click()" 
       value="Select a File" />

Here's a working fiddle.

Note: I would not recommend this approach. The input type="file" is the mechanism that users are accustomed to using for uploading a file.

Nginx fails to load css files

I ran into this issue too. It confused me until I realized what was wrong:

You have this:

include       /etc/nginx/mime.types;
default_type  application/octet-stream;

You want this:

default_type  application/octet-stream;
include       /etc/nginx/mime.types;

there appears to either be a bug in nginx or a deficiency in the docs (this could be the intended behavior, but it is odd)

How to squash all git commits into one?

To do this, you can reset you local git repository to the first commit hashtag, so all your changes after that commit will be unstaged, then you can commit with --amend option.

git reset your-first-commit-hashtag
git add .
git commit --amend

And then edit the first commit nam if needed and save file.

how to set image from url for imageView

You can use either Picasso or Glide.

Picasso.with(context)
   .load(your_url)
   .into(imageView);


Glide.with(context)
   .load(your_url)
   .into(imageView);

DBCC SHRINKFILE on log file not reducing size even after BACKUP LOG TO DISK

Thanks to @user2630576 and @Ed.S.

the following worked a treat:

BACKUP LOG [database] TO DISK = 'D:\database.bak'
GO

ALTER DATABASE [database] SET RECOVERY SIMPLE

use [database]

declare @log_File_Name varchar(200)

select @log_File_Name = name from sysfiles where filename like '%LDF'

declare @i int = FILE_IDEX ( @log_File_Name)

dbcc shrinkfile ( @i , 50)

ALTER DATABASE [database] SET RECOVERY FULL

SQL Server 100% CPU Utilization - One database shows high CPU usage than others

According to this article on sqlserverstudymaterial;

Remember that "%Privileged time" is not based on 100%.It is based on number of processors.If you see 200 for sqlserver.exe and the system has 8 CPU then CPU consumed by sqlserver.exe is 200 out of 800 (only 25%).

If "% Privileged Time" value is more than 30% then it's generally caused by faulty drivers or anti-virus software. In such situations make sure the BIOS and filter drives are up to date and then try disabling the anti-virus software temporarily to see the change.

If "% User Time" is high then there is something consuming of SQL Server. There are several known patterns which can be caused high CPU for processes running in SQL Server including

How can I view the contents of an ElasticSearch index?

If you didn't index too much data into the index yet, you can use term facet query on the field that you would like to debug to see the tokens and their frequencies:

curl -XDELETE 'http://localhost:9200/test-idx'
echo
curl -XPUT 'http://localhost:9200/test-idx' -d '
{
    "settings": {
        "index.number_of_shards" : 1,
        "index.number_of_replicas": 0
    },
    "mappings": {            
        "doc": {
            "properties": {
                "message": {"type": "string", "analyzer": "snowball"}
            }
        }
    }

}'
echo
curl -XPUT 'http://localhost:9200/test-idx/doc/1' -d '
{
  "message": "How is this going to be indexed?"
}
'
echo
curl -XPOST 'http://localhost:9200/test-idx/_refresh'
echo
curl -XGET 'http://localhost:9200/test-idx/doc/_search?pretty=true&search_type=count' -d '{
    "query": {
        "match": {
            "_id": "1"
        }
    },
    "facets": {
        "tokens": {
            "terms": {
                "field": "message"
            }
        }
    }
}
'
echo

composer laravel create project

There are two simple methods for creating laravel Project

Method 1

composer create-project --prefer-dist laravel/laravel <project-name>

Method 2

laravel new <project-name>

Method 2 might require you to run one extra command

composer global require laravel/installer

if you face 'laravel command not found' error

How can I capitalize the first letter of each word in a string using JavaScript?

ES6 syntax

const captilizeAllWords = (sentence) => {
  if (typeof sentence !== "string") return sentence;
  return sentence.split(' ')
    .map(word => word.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + word.slice(1))
    .join(' ');
}


captilizeAllWords('Something is going on here')

how do I change text in a label with swift?

swift solution

yourlabel.text = yourvariable

or self is use for when you are in async {brackets} or in some Extension

DispatchQueue.main.async{
    self.yourlabel.text = "typestring"
}

What does principal end of an association means in 1:1 relationship in Entity framework

In one-to-one relation one end must be principal and second end must be dependent. Principal end is the one which will be inserted first and which can exist without the dependent one. Dependent end is the one which must be inserted after the principal because it has foreign key to the principal.

In case of entity framework FK in dependent must also be its PK so in your case you should use:

public class Boo
{
    [Key, ForeignKey("Foo")]
    public string BooId{get;set;}
    public Foo Foo{get;set;}
}

Or fluent mapping

modelBuilder.Entity<Foo>()
            .HasOptional(f => f.Boo)
            .WithRequired(s => s.Foo);

Eclipse IDE: How to zoom in on text?

I've answered it here. How can I change font size in Eclipse for Java text editors?

For Eclipse Neon

To Increase Ctrl +

To reduce Ctrl - enter image description here

OR operator in switch-case?

dude do like this

    case R.id.someValue :
    case R.id.someOtherValue :
       //do stuff

This is same as using OR operator between two values Because of this case operator isn't there in switch case

Represent space and tab in XML tag

If you are talking about the issue where multiple and non-space whitespace characters are stripped specifically from attribute values, then yes, encoding them as character references such as &#9; will fix it.

Can an abstract class have a constructor?

Of Course, abstract class can have a constructor.Generally class constructor is used to initialise fields.So, an abstract class constructor is used to initialise fields of the abstract class. You would provide a constructor for an abstract class if you want to initialise certain fields of the abstract class before the instantiation of a child-class takes place. An abstract class constructor can also be used to execute code that is relevant for every child class. This prevents code duplication.

We cannot create an instance of an abstract class,But we can create instances of classes those are derived from the abstract class. So, when an instance of derived class is created, the parent abstract class constructor is automatically called.

Reference :This Article

How to return a table from a Stored Procedure?

In SQL Server 2008 you can use

http://www.sommarskog.se/share_data.html#tableparam

or else simple and same as common execution

CREATE PROCEDURE OrderSummary @MaxQuantity INT OUTPUT AS

SELECT Ord.EmployeeID, SummSales = SUM(OrDet.UnitPrice * OrDet.Quantity)
FROM Orders AS Ord
     JOIN [Order Details] AS OrDet ON (Ord.OrderID = OrDet.OrderID)
GROUP BY Ord.EmployeeID
ORDER BY Ord.EmployeeID

SELECT @MaxQuantity = MAX(Quantity) FROM [Order Details]

RETURN (SELECT SUM(Quantity) FROM [Order Details])
GO

I hopes its help to you

How to remove last n characters from every element in the R vector

Similar to @Matthew_Plourde using gsub

However, using a pattern that will trim to zero characters i.e. return "" if the original string is shorter than the number of characters to cut:

cs <- c("foo_bar","bar_foo","apple","beer","so","a")
gsub('.{0,3}$', '', cs)
# [1] "foo_" "bar_" "ap"   "b"    ""    ""

Difference is, {0,3} quantifier indicates 0 to 3 matches, whereas {3} requires exactly 3 matches otherwise no match is found in which case gsub returns the original, unmodified string.

N.B. using {,3} would be equivalent to {0,3}, I simply prefer the latter notation.

See here for more information on regex quantifiers: https://www.regular-expressions.info/refrepeat.html

SQL state [99999]; error code [17004]; Invalid column type: 1111 With Spring SimpleJdbcCall

Probably, you need to insert schema identifier here:

in.addValue("po_system_users", null, OracleTypes.ARRAY, "your_schema.T_SYSTEM_USER_TAB");

Flexbox not giving equal width to elements

There is an important bit that is not mentioned in the article to which you linked and that is flex-basis. By default flex-basis is auto.

From the spec:

If the specified flex-basis is auto, the used flex basis is the value of the flex item’s main size property. (This can itself be the keyword auto, which sizes the flex item based on its contents.)

Each flex item has a flex-basis which is sort of like its initial size. Then from there, any remaining free space is distributed proportionally (based on flex-grow) among the items. With auto, that basis is the contents size (or defined size with width, etc.). As a result, items with bigger text within are being given more space overall in your example.

If you want your elements to be completely even, you can set flex-basis: 0. This will set the flex basis to 0 and then any remaining space (which will be all space since all basises are 0) will be proportionally distributed based on flex-grow.

li {
    flex-grow: 1;
    flex-basis: 0;
    /* ... */
}

This diagram from the spec does a pretty good job of illustrating the point.

And here is a working example with your fiddle.

Does not contain a static 'main' method suitable for an entry point

If you do have a Main method but still get this error, make sure that the file containing the Main method has "Build action" set to "Compile" and "Copy to ouput directory" set to "Do not copy".

one line if statement in php

Use ternary operator:

echo (($test == '') ? $redText : '');
echo $test == '' ? $redText : ''; //removed parenthesis

But in this case you can't use shorter reversed version because it will return bool(true) in first condition.

echo (($test != '') ?: $redText); //this will not work properly for this case

Generate random number between two numbers in JavaScript

The top rated solution is not mathematically correct as same as comments under it -> Math.floor(Math.random() * 6) + 1.

Task: generate random number between 1 and 6.

Math.random() returns floating point number between 0 and 1 (like 0.344717274374 or 0.99341293123 for example), which we will use as a percentage, so Math.floor(Math.random() * 6) + 1 returns some percentage of 6 (max: 5, min: 0) and adds 1. The author got lucky that lower bound was 1., because percentage floor will "maximumly" return 5 which is less than 6 by 1, and that 1 will be added by lower bound 1.

The problems occurs when lower bound is greater than 1. For instance, Task: generate random between 2 and 6.

(following author's logic) Math.floor(Math.random() * 6) + 2, it is obviously seen that if we get 5 here -> Math.random() * 6 and then add 2, the outcome will be 7 which goes beyond the desired boundary of 6.

Another example, Task: generate random between 10 and 12.

(following author's logic) Math.floor(Math.random() * 12) + 10, (sorry for repeating) it is obvious that we are getting 0%-99% percent of number "12", which will go way beyond desired boundary of 12.

So, the correct logic is to take the difference between lower bound and upper bound add 1, and only then floor it (to substract 1, because Math.random() returns 0 - 0.99, so no way to get full upper bound, thats why we adding 1 to upper bound to get maximumly 99% of (upper bound + 1) and then we floor it to get rid of excess). Once we got the floored percentage of (difference + 1), we can add lower boundary to get the desired randomed number between 2 numbers.

The logic formula for that will be: Math.floor(Math.random() * ((up_boundary - low_boundary) + 1)) + 10.

P.s.: Even comments under the top-rated answer were incorrect, since people forgot to add 1 to the difference, meaning that they will never get the up boundary (yes it might be a case if they dont want to get it at all, but the requirenment was to include the upper boundary).

Angularjs - ng-cloak/ng-show elements blink

you'd better reference angular document, becuase the version[1.4.9] has update to below that make it could support data-ng-cloak directive.

[ng\:cloak], [ng-cloak], [data-ng-cloak], [x-ng-cloak], .ng-cloak, .x-ng-cloak {
  display: none !important;
}

Variable might not have been initialized error

Since no other answer has cited the Java language standard, I have decided to write an answer of my own:

In Java, local variables are not, by default, initialized with a certain value (unlike, for example, the field of classes). From the language specification one (§4.12.5) can read the following:

A local variable (§14.4, §14.14) must be explicitly given a value before it is used, by either initialization (§14.4) or assignment (§15.26), in a way that can be verified using the rules for definite assignment (§16 (Definite Assignment)).

Therefore, since the variables a and b are not initialized :

 for (int l= 0; l<x.length; l++) 
    {
        if (x[l] == 0) 
        a++ ;
        else if (x[l] == 1) 
        b++ ;
    }

the operations a++; and b++; could not produce any meaningful results, anyway. So it is logical for the compiler to notify you about it:

Rand.java:72: variable a might not have been initialized
                a++ ;
                ^
Rand.java:74: variable b might not have been initialized
                b++ ;
                ^

However, one needs to understand that the fact that a++; and b++; could not produce any meaningful results has nothing to do with the reason why the compiler displays an error. But rather because it is explicitly set on the Java language specification that

A local variable (§14.4, §14.14) must be explicitly given a value (...)

To showcase the aforementioned point, let us change a bit your code to:

public static Rand searchCount (int[] x) 
{
    if(x == null || x.length  == 0)
      return null;
    int a ; 
    int b ; 

    ...   

    for (int l= 0; l<x.length; l++) 
    {
        if(l == 0)
           a = l;
        if(l == 1)
           b = l;
    }

    ...   
}

So even though the code above can be formally proven to be valid (i.e., the variables a and b will be always assigned with the value 0 and 1, respectively) it is not the compiler job to try to analyze your application's logic, and neither does the rules of local variable initialization rely on that. The compiler checks if the variables a and b are initialized according to the local variable initialization rules, and reacts accordingly (e.g., displaying a compilation error).

pass **kwargs argument to another function with **kwargs

In the second example you provide 3 arguments: filename, mode and a dictionary (kwargs). But Python expects: 2 formal arguments plus keyword arguments.

By prefixing the dictionary by '**' you unpack the dictionary kwargs to keywords arguments.

A dictionary (type dict) is a single variable containing key-value pairs.

"Keyword arguments" are key-value method-parameters.

Any dictionary can by unpacked to keyword arguments by prefixing it with ** during function call.

How to preview a part of a large pandas DataFrame, in iPython notebook?

This line will allow you to see all rows (up to the number that you set as 'max_rows') without any rows being hidden by the dots ('.....') that normally appear between head and tail in the print output.

pd.options.display.max_rows = 500

Get unique values from arraylist in java

You can use Java 8 Stream API.

Method distinct is an intermediate operation that filters the stream and allows only distinct values (by default using the Object::equals method) to pass to the next operation.
I wrote an example below for your case,

// Create the list with duplicates.
List<String> listAll = Arrays.asList("CO2", "CH4", "SO2", "CO2", "CH4", "SO2", "CO2", "CH4", "SO2");

// Create a list with the distinct elements using stream.
List<String> listDistinct = listAll.stream().distinct().collect(Collectors.toList());

// Display them to terminal using stream::collect with a build in Collector.
String collectAll = listAll.stream().collect(Collectors.joining(", "));
System.out.println(collectAll); //=> CO2, CH4, SO2, CO2, CH4 etc..
String collectDistinct = listDistinct.stream().collect(Collectors.joining(", "));
System.out.println(collectDistinct); //=> CO2, CH4, SO2

Rounded corners for <input type='text' /> using border-radius.htc for IE

    border-bottom-color: #b3b3b3;
    border-bottom-left-radius: 3px;
    border-bottom-right-radius: 3px;
    border-bottom-style: solid;
    border-bottom-width: 1px;
    border-left-color: #b3b3b3;
    border-left-style: solid;
    border-left-width: 1px;
    border-right-color: #b3b3b3;
    border-right-style: solid;
    border-right-width: 1px;
    border-top-color: #b3b3b3;
    border-top-left-radius: 3px;
    border-top-right-radius: 3px;
    border-top-style: solid;
    border-top-width: 1px;

...Who cares IE6 we are in 2011 upgrade and wake up please!

Single vs Double quotes (' vs ")

Using " instead of ' when:

<input value="user"/> //Standard html
<input value="user's choice"/> //Need to use single quote
<input onclick="alert('hi')"/> //When giving string as parameter for javascript function

Using ' instead of " when:

<input value='"User"'/> //Need to use double quote
var html = "<input name='username'/>" //When assigning html content to a javascript variable

How to round a numpy array?

It is worth noting that the accepted answer will round small floats down to zero.

>>> import numpy as np 
>>> arr = np.asarray([2.92290007e+00, -1.57376965e-03, 4.82011728e-08, 1.92896977e-12])
>>> print(arr)
[ 2.92290007e+00 -1.57376965e-03  4.82011728e-08  1.92896977e-12]
>>> np.round(arr, 2)
array([ 2.92, -0.  ,  0.  ,  0.  ]) 

You can use set_printoptions and a custom formatter to fix this and get a more numpy-esque printout with fewer decimal places:

>>> np.set_printoptions(formatter={'float': "{0:0.2e}".format})
>>> print(arr)
[2.92e+00 -1.57e-03 4.82e-08 1.93e-12]  

This way, you get the full versatility of format and maintain the full precision of numpy's datatypes.

Also note that this only affects printing, not the actual precision of the stored values used for computation.

Get to UIViewController from UIView?

To Phil's answer:

In line: id nextResponder = [self nextResponder]; if self(UIView) is not a subview of ViewController's view, if you know hierarchy of self(UIView) you can use also: id nextResponder = [[self superview] nextResponder];...

Can an Android Toast be longer than Toast.LENGTH_LONG?

A very simple approach to creating a slightly longer message is as follows:

private Toast myToast;

public MyView(Context context) {
  myToast = Toast.makeText(getContext(), "", Toast.LENGTH_LONG);
}

private Runnable extendStatusMessageLengthRunnable = new Runnable() {
  @Override
    public void run() {
    //Show the toast for another interval.
    myToast.show();
   }
}; 

public void displayMyToast(final String statusMessage, boolean extraLongDuration) {
  removeCallbacks(extendStatusMessageLengthRunnable);

  myToast.setText(statusMessage);
  myToast.show();

  if(extraLongDuration) {
    postDelayed(extendStatusMessageLengthRunnable, 3000L);
  }
}

Note that the above example eliminates the LENGTH_SHORT option to keep the example simple.

You will generally not want to use a Toast message to display messages for very long intervals, as that is not the Toast class' intended purpose. But there are times when the amount of text you need to display could take the user longer than 3.5 seconds to read, and in that case a slight extension of time (e.g., to 6.5 seconds, as shown above) can, IMO, be useful and consistent with the intended usage.

What is the JavaScript version of sleep()?

A lot of the answers don't (directly) answer the question, and neither does this one...

Here's my two cents (or functions):

If you want less clunky functions than setTimeout and setInterval, you can wrap them in functions that just reverse the order of the arguments and give them nice names:

function after(ms, fn){ setTimeout(fn, ms); }
function every(ms, fn){ setInterval(fn, ms); }

CoffeeScript versions:

after = (ms, fn)-> setTimeout fn, ms
every = (ms, fn)-> setInterval fn, ms

You can then use them nicely with anonymous functions:

after(1000, function(){
    console.log("it's been a second");
    after(1000, function(){
        console.log("it's been another second");
    });
});

Now it reads easily as "after N milliseconds, ..." (or "every N milliseconds, ...")

Global javascript variable inside document.ready

Use window.intro inside of $(document).ready().

SQLAlchemy: print the actual query

I would like to point out that the solutions given above do not "just work" with non-trivial queries. One issue I came across were more complicated types, such as pgsql ARRAYs causing issues. I did find a solution that for me, did just work even with pgsql ARRAYs:

borrowed from: https://gist.github.com/gsakkis/4572159

The linked code seems to be based on an older version of SQLAlchemy. You'll get an error saying that the attribute _mapper_zero_or_none doesn't exist. Here's an updated version that will work with a newer version, you simply replace _mapper_zero_or_none with bind. Additionally, this has support for pgsql arrays:

# adapted from:
# https://gist.github.com/gsakkis/4572159
from datetime import date, timedelta
from datetime import datetime

from sqlalchemy.orm import Query


try:
    basestring
except NameError:
    basestring = str


def render_query(statement, dialect=None):
    """
    Generate an SQL expression string with bound parameters rendered inline
    for the given SQLAlchemy statement.
    WARNING: This method of escaping is insecure, incomplete, and for debugging
    purposes only. Executing SQL statements with inline-rendered user values is
    extremely insecure.
    Based on http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5631078/sqlalchemy-print-the-actual-query
    """
    if isinstance(statement, Query):
        if dialect is None:
            dialect = statement.session.bind.dialect
        statement = statement.statement
    elif dialect is None:
        dialect = statement.bind.dialect

    class LiteralCompiler(dialect.statement_compiler):

        def visit_bindparam(self, bindparam, within_columns_clause=False,
                            literal_binds=False, **kwargs):
            return self.render_literal_value(bindparam.value, bindparam.type)

        def render_array_value(self, val, item_type):
            if isinstance(val, list):
                return "{%s}" % ",".join([self.render_array_value(x, item_type) for x in val])
            return self.render_literal_value(val, item_type)

        def render_literal_value(self, value, type_):
            if isinstance(value, long):
                return str(value)
            elif isinstance(value, (basestring, date, datetime, timedelta)):
                return "'%s'" % str(value).replace("'", "''")
            elif isinstance(value, list):
                return "'{%s}'" % (",".join([self.render_array_value(x, type_.item_type) for x in value]))
            return super(LiteralCompiler, self).render_literal_value(value, type_)

    return LiteralCompiler(dialect, statement).process(statement)

Tested to two levels of nested arrays.

Chrome not rendering SVG referenced via <img> tag

I came here because I had a similar problem, the image was not being rendered. What I found out was that the content type header of my testing server wasn't correct. I fixed it by adding the following to my .htaccess file:

AddType image/svg+xml svg svgz
AddEncoding gzip svgz

css to make bootstrap navbar transparent

I was able to make the navigation bar transparent by adding a new .transparent class to the .navbar and setting the CSS like this:

 .navbar.transparent.navbar-inverse .navbar-inner {
    border-width: 0px;
    -webkit-box-shadow: 0px 0px;
    box-shadow: 0px 0px;
    background-color: rgba(0,0,0,0.0);
    background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear, 50.00% 0.00%, 50.00% 100.00%, color-stop( 0% , rgba(0,0,0,0.00)),color-stop( 100% , rgba(0,0,0,0.00)));
    background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(270deg,rgba(0,0,0,0.00) 0%,rgba(0,0,0,0.00) 100%);
    background-image: linear-gradient(180deg,rgba(0,0,0,0.00) 0%,rgba(0,0,0,0.00) 100%);
}

My markup is like this

<div class="navbar transparent navbar-inverse">
            <div class="navbar-inner">....

Inserting data to table (mysqli insert)

Okay, of course the question has been answered, but no-one seems to notice the third line of your code. It continuosly bugged me.

    <?php
    mysqli_connect("localhost","root","","web_table");
    mysql_select_db("web_table") or die(mysql_error());

for some reason, you made a mysqli connection to server, but you are trying to make a mysql connection to database.To get going, rather use

       $link = mysqli_connect("localhost","root","","web_table");
       mysqli_select_db ($link , "web_table" ) or die.....

or for where i began

     <?php $connection = mysqli_connect("localhost","root","","web_table");       
      global $connection; // global connection to databases - kill it once you're done

or just query with a $connection parameter as the other argument like above. Get rid of that third line.

Convert Array to Object

we can use Object.assign and array.reduce function to convert an Array to Object.

_x000D_
_x000D_
var arr = [{a:{b:1}},{c:{d:2}}] _x000D_
var newObj = arr.reduce((a, b) => Object.assign(a, b), {})_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(newObj)
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Array to Collection: Optimized code

Another way to do it:

Collections.addAll(collectionInstance,array);

How to cast Object to boolean?

Assuming that yourObject.toString() returns "true" or "false", you can try

boolean b = Boolean.valueOf(yourObject.toString())

Multiline TextView in Android?

Simplest Way

<TableRow>
    <TextView android:id="@+id/address1"
        android:layout_width="fill_parent" 
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:gravity="left"
        android:maxLines="4" 
        android:singleLine="false"              
        android:text="Johar Mor,\n Gulistan-e-Johar,\n Karachi" >
    </TextView> 
</TableRow>

Use \n where you want to insert a new line Hopefully it will help you

JavaScript: undefined !== undefined?

A). I never have and never will trust any tool which purports to produce code without the user coding, which goes double where it's a graphical tool.

B). I've never had any problem with this with Facebook Connect. It's all still plain old JavaScript code running in a browser and undefined===undefined wherever you are.

In short, you need to provide evidence that your object.x really really was undefined and not null or otherwise, because I believe it is impossible for what you're describing to actually be the case - no offence :) - I'd put money on the problem existing in the Tersus code.

Bootstrap 4 - Inline List?

Shouldn't it be just the .list-group? See below,

<ul class="list-group">
  <li class="list-group-item active">Cras justo odio</li>
  <li class="list-group-item">Dapibus ac facilisis in</li>
  <li class="list-group-item">Morbi leo risus</li>
  <li class="list-group-item">Porta ac consectetur ac</li>
  <li class="list-group-item">Vestibulum at eros</li>
</ul>

Reference: Bootstrap 4 Basic Example of a List group

SEVERE: Unable to create initial connections of pool - tomcat 7 with context.xml file

I have also dealt with this exception after a fully working context.xml setup was adjusted. I didn't want environment details in the context.xml, so I took them out and saw this error. I realized I must fully create this datasource resource in code based on System Property JVM -D args.

Original error with just user/pwd/host removed: org.apache.tomcat.jdbc.pool.ConnectionPool init SEVERE: Unable to create initial connections of pool.

Removed entire contents of context.xml and try this: Initialize on startup of app server the datasource object sometime before using first connection. If using Spring this is good to do in an @Configuration bean in @Bean Datasource constructor.

package to use: org.apache.tomcat.jdbc.pool.*

PoolProperties p = new PoolProperties();
p.setUrl(jdbcUrl);
            p.setDriverClassName(driverClass);
            p.setUsername(user);
            p.setPassword(pwd);
            p.setJmxEnabled(true);
            p.setTestWhileIdle(false);
            p.setTestOnBorrow(true);
            p.setValidationQuery("SELECT 1");
            p.setTestOnReturn(false);
            p.setValidationInterval(30000);
            p.setValidationQueryTimeout(100);
            p.setTimeBetweenEvictionRunsMillis(30000);
            p.setMaxActive(100);
            p.setInitialSize(5);
            p.setMaxWait(10000);
            p.setRemoveAbandonedTimeout(60);
            p.setMinEvictableIdleTimeMillis(30000);
            p.setMinIdle(5);
            p.setLogAbandoned(true);
            p.setRemoveAbandoned(true);
            p.setJdbcInterceptors(
              "org.apache.tomcat.jdbc.pool.interceptor.ConnectionState;"+
              "org.apache.tomcat.jdbc.pool.interceptor.StatementFinalizer");
            org.apache.tomcat.jdbc.pool.DataSource ds = new org.apache.tomcat.jdbc.pool.DataSource();
            ds.setPoolProperties(p);
            return ds;

Remove Fragment Page from ViewPager in Android

I had the idea of simply copy the source code from android.support.v4.app.FragmentPagerAdpater into a custom class named CustumFragmentPagerAdapter. This gave me the chance to modify the instantiateItem(...) so that every time it is called, it removes / destroys the currently attached fragment before it adds the new fragment received from getItem() method.

Simply modify the instantiateItem(...) in the following way:

@Override
public Object instantiateItem(ViewGroup container, int position) {
    if (mCurTransaction == null) {
        mCurTransaction = mFragmentManager.beginTransaction();
    }
    final long itemId = getItemId(position);

    // Do we already have this fragment?
    String name = makeFragmentName(container.getId(), itemId);
    Fragment fragment = mFragmentManager.findFragmentByTag(name);

    // remove / destroy current fragment
    if (fragment != null) {
        mCurTransaction.remove(fragment);
    }

    // get new fragment and add it
    fragment = getItem(position);
    mCurTransaction.add(container.getId(), fragment,    makeFragmentName(container.getId(), itemId));

    if (fragment != mCurrentPrimaryItem) {
        fragment.setMenuVisibility(false);
        fragment.setUserVisibleHint(false);
    }

    return fragment;
}

Change the background color of CardView programmatically

I finally got the corners to stay. This is c#, Xamarin.Android

in ViewHolder:

CardView = itemView.FindViewById<CardView>(Resource.Id.cdvTaskList);

In Adapter:

vh.CardView.SetCardBackgroundColor(Color.ParseColor("#4dd0e1"));

How do I mock a service that returns promise in AngularJS Jasmine unit test?

You can use a stubbing library like sinon to mock your service. You can then return $q.when() as your promise. If your scope object's value comes from the promise result, you will need to call scope.$root.$digest().

var scope, controller, datacontextMock, customer;
  beforeEach(function () {
        module('app');
        inject(function ($rootScope, $controller,common, datacontext) {
            scope = $rootScope.$new();
            var $q = common.$q;
            datacontextMock = sinon.stub(datacontext);
            customer = {id:1};
           datacontextMock.customer.returns($q.when(customer));

            controller = $controller('Index', { $scope: scope });

        })
    });


    it('customer id to be 1.', function () {


            scope.$root.$digest();
            expect(controller.customer.id).toBe(1);


    });