Programs & Examples On #Liveconnect

LiveConnect allows ECMAscript code running Mozilla's Rhino interpreter to access Java code in a transparent way.

How to bundle vendor scripts separately and require them as needed with Webpack?

Also not sure if I fully understand your case, but here is config snippet to create separate vendor chunks for each of your bundles:

entry: {
  bundle1: './build/bundles/bundle1.js',
  bundle2: './build/bundles/bundle2.js',
  'vendor-bundle1': [
    'react',
    'react-router'
  ],
  'vendor-bundle2': [
    'react',
    'react-router',
    'flummox',
    'immutable'
  ]
},

plugins: [
  new webpack.optimize.CommonsChunkPlugin({
    name: 'vendor-bundle1',
    chunks: ['bundle1'],
    filename: 'vendor-bundle1.js',
    minChunks: Infinity
  }),
  new webpack.optimize.CommonsChunkPlugin({
    name: 'vendor-bundle2',
    chunks: ['bundle2'],
    filename: 'vendor-bundle2-whatever.js',
    minChunks: Infinity
  }),
]

And link to CommonsChunkPlugin docs: http://webpack.github.io/docs/list-of-plugins.html#commonschunkplugin

Using ffmpeg to encode a high quality video

A couple of things:

  • You need to set the video bitrate. I have never used minrate and maxrate so I don't know how exactly they work, but by setting the bitrate using the -b switch, I am able to get high quality video. You need to come up with a bitrate that offers a good tradeoff between compression and video quality. You may have to experiment with this because it all depends on the frame size, frame rate and the amount of motion in the content of your video. Keep in mind that DVD tends to be around 4-5 Mbit/s on average for 720x480, so I usually start from there and decide whether I need more or less and then just experiment. For example, you could add -b 5000k to the command line to get more or less DVD video bitrate.

  • You need to specify a video codec. If you don't, ffmpeg will default to MPEG-1 which is quite old and does not provide near the amount of compression as MPEG-4 or H.264. If your ffmpeg version is built with libx264 support, you can specify -vcodec libx264 as part of the command line. Otherwise -vcodec mpeg4 will also do a better job than MPEG-1, but not as well as x264.

  • There are a lot of other advanced options that will help you squeeze out the best quality at the lowest bitrates. Take a look here for some examples.

IE7 Z-Index Layering Issues

This bug seems to be somewhat of a separate issue than the standard separate stacking context IE bug. I had a similar issue with multiple stacked inputs (essentially a table with an autocompleter in each row). The only solution I found was to give each cell a decreasing z-index value.

Select Tag Helper in ASP.NET Core MVC

You can also use IHtmlHelper.GetEnumSelectList.

    // Summary:
    //     Returns a select list for the given TEnum.
    //
    // Type parameters:
    //   TEnum:
    //     Type to generate a select list for.
    //
    // Returns:
    //     An System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable`1 containing the select list for the
    //     given TEnum.
    //
    // Exceptions:
    //   T:System.ArgumentException:
    //     Thrown if TEnum is not an System.Enum or if it has a System.FlagsAttribute.
    IEnumerable<SelectListItem> GetEnumSelectList<TEnum>() where TEnum : struct;

com.android.build.transform.api.TransformException

I just had to Clean my project and then it built successfully afterwards.

how to display none through code behind

Try if this works:

Panel2.Style.Add("display", "none");

Leading zeros for Int in Swift

The other answers are good if you are dealing only with numbers using the format string, but this is good when you may have strings that need to be padded (although admittedly a little diffent than the question asked, seems similar in spirit). Also, be careful if the string is longer than the pad.

   let str = "a str"
   let padAmount = max(10, str.count)
   String(repeatElement("-", count: padAmount - str.count)) + str

Output "-----a str"

Sum rows in data.frame or matrix

I came here hoping to find a way to get the sum across all columns in a data table and run into issues implementing the above solutions. A way to add a column with the sum across all columns uses the cbind function:

cbind(data, total = rowSums(data))

This method adds a total column to the data and avoids the alignment issue yielded when trying to sum across ALL columns using the above solutions (see the post below for a discussion of this issue).

Adding a new column to matrix error

Why can't I call a public method in another class?

For example 1 and 2 you need to create static methods:

public static string InstanceMethod() {return "Hello World";}

Then for example 3 you need an instance of your object to invoke the method:

object o = new object();
string s = o.InstanceMethod();

show distinct column values in pyspark dataframe: python

If you want to see the distinct values of a specific column in your dataframe , you would just need to write -

    df.select('colname').distinct().show(100,False)

This would show the 100 distinct values (if 100 values are available) for the colname column in the df dataframe.

If you want to do something fancy on the distinct values, you can save the distinct values in a vector

    a = df.select('colname').distinct()

Here, a would have all the distinct values of the column colname

How to deny access to a file in .htaccess

Strong pattern matching — This is the method that I use here at Perishable Press. Using strong pattern matching, this technique prevents external access to any file containing “.hta”, “.HTA”, or any case-insensitive combination thereof. To illustrate, this code will prevent access through any of the following requests:

  • .htaccess
  • .HTACCESS
  • .hTaCcEsS
  • testFILE.htaccess
  • filename.HTACCESS
  • FILEROOT.hTaCcEsS

..etc., etc. Clearly, this method is highly effective at securing your site’s HTAccess files. Further, this technique also includes the fortifying “Satisfy All” directive. Note that this code should be placed in your domain’s root HTAccess file:

# STRONG HTACCESS PROTECTION
<Files ~ "^.*\.([Hh][Tt][Aa])">
order allow,deny
deny from all
satisfy all
</Files>

How to trigger the onclick event of a marker on a Google Maps V3?

I've found out the solution! Thanks to Firebug ;)

//"markers" is an array that I declared which contains all the marker of the map
//"i" is the index of the marker in the array that I want to trigger the OnClick event

//V2 version is:
GEvent.trigger(markers[i], 'click');

//V3 version is:
google.maps.event.trigger(markers[i], 'click');

how to return a char array from a function in C

Lazy notes in comments.

#include <stdio.h>
// for malloc
#include <stdlib.h>

// you need the prototype
char *substring(int i,int j,char *ch);


int main(void /* std compliance */)
{
  int i=0,j=2;
  char s[]="String";
  char *test;
  // s points to the first char, S
  // *s "is" the first char, S
  test=substring(i,j,s); // so s only is ok
  // if test == NULL, failed, give up
  printf("%s",test);
  free(test); // you should free it
  return 0;
}


char *substring(int i,int j,char *ch)
{
  int k=0;
  // avoid calc same things several time
  int n = j-i+1; 
  char *ch1;
  // you can omit casting - and sizeof(char) := 1
  ch1=malloc(n*sizeof(char));
  // if (!ch1) error...; return NULL;

  // any kind of check missing:
  // are i, j ok? 
  // is n > 0... ch[i] is "inside" the string?...
  while(k<n)
    {   
      ch1[k]=ch[i];
      i++;k++;
    }   

  return ch1;
}

How to set a default entity property value with Hibernate

I searched for this and found many answers to default value for column.If you want to use default value defined in SQL Table then in @Column Annotation use "insertable = false". insertable

@Column(name = columnName, length = lengthOfColumn, insertable = false)

If you are using columnDefination it @Column annotation may be it won't work as it is Database dependent.

Where does Internet Explorer store saved passwords?

I found the answer. IE stores passwords in two different locations based on the password type:

  • Http-Auth: %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Credentials, in encrypted files
  • Form-based: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IntelliForms\Storage2, encrypted with the url

From a very good page on NirSoft.com:

Starting from version 7.0 of Internet Explorer, Microsoft completely changed the way that passwords are saved. In previous versions (4.0 - 6.0), all passwords were saved in a special location in the Registry known as the "Protected Storage". In version 7.0 of Internet Explorer, passwords are saved in different locations, depending on the type of password. Each type of passwords has some limitations in password recovery:

  • AutoComplete Passwords: These passwords are saved in the following location in the Registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IntelliForms\Storage2 The passwords are encrypted with the URL of the Web sites that asked for the passwords, and thus they can only be recovered if the URLs are stored in the history file. If you clear the history file, IE PassView won't be able to recover the passwords until you visit again the Web sites that asked for the passwords. Alternatively, you can add a list of URLs of Web sites that requires user name/password into the Web sites file (see below).

  • HTTP Authentication Passwords: These passwords are stored in the Credentials file under Documents and Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Credentials, together with login passwords of LAN computers and other passwords. Due to security limitations, IE PassView can recover these passwords only if you have administrator rights.

In my particular case it answers the question of where; and I decided that I don't want to duplicate that. I'll continue to use CredRead/CredWrite, where the user can manage their passwords from within an established UI system in Windows.

Installing OpenCV 2.4.3 in Visual C++ 2010 Express

1. Installing OpenCV 2.4.3

First, get OpenCV 2.4.3 from sourceforge.net. Its a self-extracting so just double click to start the installation. Install it in a directory, say C:\.

OpenCV self-extractor

Wait until all files get extracted. It will create a new directory C:\opencv which contains OpenCV header files, libraries, code samples, etc.

Now you need to add the directory C:\opencv\build\x86\vc10\bin to your system PATH. This directory contains OpenCV DLLs required for running your code.

Open Control PanelSystemAdvanced system settingsAdvanced Tab → Environment variables...

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On the System Variables section, select Path (1), Edit (2), and type C:\opencv\build\x86\vc10\bin; (3), then click Ok.

On some computers, you may need to restart your computer for the system to recognize the environment path variables.

This will completes the OpenCV 2.4.3 installation on your computer.


2. Create a new project and set up Visual C++

Open Visual C++ and select FileNewProject...Visual C++Empty Project. Give a name for your project (e.g: cvtest) and set the project location (e.g: c:\projects).

New project dialog

Click Ok. Visual C++ will create an empty project.

VC++ empty project

Make sure that "Debug" is selected in the solution configuration combobox. Right-click cvtest and select PropertiesVC++ Directories.

Project property dialog

Select Include Directories to add a new entry and type C:\opencv\build\include.

Include directories dialog

Click Ok to close the dialog.

Back to the Property dialog, select Library Directories to add a new entry and type C:\opencv\build\x86\vc10\lib.

Library directories dialog

Click Ok to close the dialog.

Back to the property dialog, select LinkerInputAdditional Dependencies to add new entries. On the popup dialog, type the files below:

opencv_calib3d243d.lib
opencv_contrib243d.lib
opencv_core243d.lib
opencv_features2d243d.lib
opencv_flann243d.lib
opencv_gpu243d.lib
opencv_haartraining_engined.lib
opencv_highgui243d.lib
opencv_imgproc243d.lib
opencv_legacy243d.lib
opencv_ml243d.lib
opencv_nonfree243d.lib
opencv_objdetect243d.lib
opencv_photo243d.lib
opencv_stitching243d.lib
opencv_ts243d.lib
opencv_video243d.lib
opencv_videostab243d.lib

Note that the filenames end with "d" (for "debug"). Also note that if you have installed another version of OpenCV (say 2.4.9) these filenames will end with 249d instead of 243d (opencv_core249d.lib..etc).

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Click Ok to close the dialog. Click Ok on the project properties dialog to save all settings.

NOTE:

These steps will configure Visual C++ for the "Debug" solution. For "Release" solution (optional), you need to repeat adding the OpenCV directories and in Additional Dependencies section, use:

opencv_core243.lib
opencv_imgproc243.lib
...

instead of:

opencv_core243d.lib
opencv_imgproc243d.lib
...

You've done setting up Visual C++, now is the time to write the real code. Right click your project and select AddNew Item...Visual C++C++ File.

Add new source file

Name your file (e.g: loadimg.cpp) and click Ok. Type the code below in the editor:

#include <opencv2/highgui/highgui.hpp>
#include <iostream>

using namespace cv;
using namespace std;

int main()
{
    Mat im = imread("c:/full/path/to/lena.jpg");
    if (im.empty()) 
    {
        cout << "Cannot load image!" << endl;
        return -1;
    }
    imshow("Image", im);
    waitKey(0);
}

The code above will load c:\full\path\to\lena.jpg and display the image. You can use any image you like, just make sure the path to the image is correct.

Type F5 to compile the code, and it will display the image in a nice window.

First OpenCV program

And that is your first OpenCV program!


3. Where to go from here?

Now that your OpenCV environment is ready, what's next?

  1. Go to the samples dir → c:\opencv\samples\cpp.
  2. Read and compile some code.
  3. Write your own code.

Getting a "This application is modifying the autolayout engine from a background thread" error?

Obviously you are doing some UI update on back ground thread. Cant predict exactly where, without seeing your code.

These are some situations it might happen:-

you might be doing something on background thread and not using. Being in the same function this code is easier to spot.

DispatchQueue.main.async { // do UI update here }

calling a func doing web request call on background thread and its completion handler calling other func doing ui update. to solve this try checking code where you have updated the UI after webrequest call.

// Do something on background thread
DispatchQueue.global(qos: .userInitiated).async {
   // update UI on main thread
   DispatchQueue.main.async {
                // Updating whole table view
                self.myTableview.reloadData()
            }
}

Invalid use side-effecting operator Insert within a function

Disclaimer: This is not a solution, it is more of a hack to test out something. User-defined functions cannot be used to perform actions that modify the database state.

I found one way to make insert or update using sqlcmd.exe so you need just to replace the code inside @sql variable.

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[_tmp_func](@orderID NVARCHAR(50))
RETURNS INT
AS
BEGIN
DECLARE @sql varchar(4000), @cmd varchar(4000)
SELECT @sql = 'INSERT INTO _ord (ord_Code) VALUES (''' + @orderID + ''') '
SELECT @cmd = 'sqlcmd -S ' + @@servername +
              ' -d ' + db_name() + ' -Q "' + @sql + '"'
EXEC master..xp_cmdshell @cmd, 'no_output'
RETURN 1
END

How can I select item with class within a DIV?

Try this

$("#mydiv div.myclass")

CSS Selector that applies to elements with two classes

Chain both class selectors (without a space in between):

.foo.bar {
    /* Styles for element(s) with foo AND bar classes */
}

If you still have to deal with ancient browsers like IE6, be aware that it doesn't read chained class selectors correctly: it'll only read the last class selector (.bar in this case) instead, regardless of what other classes you list.

To illustrate how other browsers and IE6 interpret this, consider this CSS:

* {
    color: black;
}

.foo.bar {
    color: red;
}

Output on supported browsers is:

<div class="foo">Hello Foo</div>       <!-- Not selected, black text [1] -->
<div class="foo bar">Hello World</div> <!-- Selected, red text [2] -->
<div class="bar">Hello Bar</div>       <!-- Not selected, black text [3] -->

Output on IE6 is:

<div class="foo">Hello Foo</div>       <!-- Not selected, black text [1] -->
<div class="foo bar">Hello World</div> <!-- Selected, red text [2] -->
<div class="bar">Hello Bar</div>       <!-- Selected, red text [2] -->

Footnotes:

  • Supported browsers:
    1. Not selected as this element only has class foo.
    2. Selected as this element has both classes foo and bar.
    3. Not selected as this element only has class bar.

  • IE6:
    1. Not selected as this element doesn't have class bar.
    2. Selected as this element has class bar, regardless of any other classes listed.

Get names of all files from a folder with Ruby

The following snippets exactly shows the name of the files inside a directory, skipping subdirectories and ".", ".." dotted folders:

Dir.entries("your/folder").select { |f| File.file? File.join("your/folder", f) }

How to install MySQLdb (Python data access library to MySQL) on Mac OS X?

Here's another step I had to go through, after receiving an error on completing Step 9:

ImportError: dlopen(/Users/rick/.python-eggs/MySQL_python-1.2.3-py2.6-macosx-10.6-universal.egg-tmp/_mysql.so, 2): Library not loaded: libmysqlclient.18.dylib

    sudo ln -s /usr/local/mysql/lib/libmysqlclient.18.dylib /usr/lib/libmysqlclient.18.dylib

Reference: Thanks! http://ageekstory.blogspot.com/2011_04_01_archive.html

Typescript es6 import module "File is not a module error"

Extended - to provide more details based on some comments

The error

Error TS2306: File 'test.ts' is not a module.

Comes from the fact described here http://exploringjs.com/es6/ch_modules.html

17. Modules

This chapter explains how the built-in modules work in ECMAScript 6.

17.1 Overview

In ECMAScript 6, modules are stored in files. There is exactly one module per file and one file per module. You have two ways of exporting things from a module. These two ways can be mixed, but it is usually better to use them separately.

17.1.1 Multiple named exports

There can be multiple named exports:

//------ lib.js ------
export const sqrt = Math.sqrt;
export function square(x) {
    return x * x;
}
export function diag(x, y) {
    return sqrt(square(x) + square(y));
}
...

17.1.2 Single default export

There can be a single default export. For example, a function:

//------ myFunc.js ------
export default function () { ··· } // no semicolon!

Based on the above we need the export, as a part of the test.js file. Let's adjust the content of it like this:

// test.js - exporting es6
export module App {
  export class SomeClass {
    getName(): string {
      return 'name';
    }
  }
  export class OtherClass {
    getName(): string {
      return 'name';
    }
  }
}

And now we can import it with these thre ways:

import * as app1 from "./test";
import app2 = require("./test");
import {App} from "./test";

And we can consume imported stuff like this:

var a1: app1.App.SomeClass  = new app1.App.SomeClass();
var a2: app1.App.OtherClass = new app1.App.OtherClass();

var b1: app2.App.SomeClass  = new app2.App.SomeClass();
var b2: app2.App.OtherClass = new app2.App.OtherClass();

var c1: App.SomeClass  = new App.SomeClass();
var c2: App.OtherClass = new App.OtherClass();

and call the method to see it in action:

console.log(a1.getName())
console.log(a2.getName())
console.log(b1.getName())
console.log(b2.getName())
console.log(c1.getName())
console.log(c2.getName())

Original part is trying to help to reduce the amount of complexity in usage of the namespace

Original part:

I would really strongly suggest to check this Q & A:

How do I use namespaces with TypeScript external modules?

Let me cite the first sentence:

Do not use "namespaces" in external modules.

Don't do this.

Seriously. Stop.

...

In this case, we just do not need module inside of test.ts. This could be the content of it adjusted test.ts:

export class SomeClass
{
    getName(): string
    {
        return 'name';
    }
}

Read more here

Export =

In the previous example, when we consumed each validator, each module only exported one value. In cases like this, it's cumbersome to work with these symbols through their qualified name when a single identifier would do just as well.

The export = syntax specifies a single object that is exported from the module. This can be a class, interface, module, function, or enum. When imported, the exported symbol is consumed directly and is not qualified by any name.

we can later consume it like this:

import App = require('./test');

var sc: App.SomeClass = new App.SomeClass();

sc.getName();

Read more here:

Optional Module Loading and Other Advanced Loading Scenarios

In some cases, you may want to only load a module under some conditions. In TypeScript, we can use the pattern shown below to implement this and other advanced loading scenarios to directly invoke the module loaders without losing type safety.

The compiler detects whether each module is used in the emitted JavaScript. For modules that are only used as part of the type system, no require calls are emitted. This culling of unused references is a good performance optimization, and also allows for optional loading of those modules.

The core idea of the pattern is that the import id = require('...') statement gives us access to the types exposed by the external module. The module loader is invoked (through require) dynamically, as shown in the if blocks below. This leverages the reference-culling optimization so that the module is only loaded when needed. For this pattern to work, it's important that the symbol defined via import is only used in type positions (i.e. never in a position that would be emitted into the JavaScript).

Laravel migration: unique key is too long, even if specified

For laravel 5.4, simply edit file

App\Providers\AppServiceProvider.php

use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Schema;

public function boot()
{
    Schema::defaultStringLength(191);
}

what is the difference between const_iterator and iterator?

Performance wise there is no difference. The only purpose of having const_iterator over iterator is to manage the accessesibility of the container on which the respective iterator runs. You can understand it more clearly with an example:

std::vector<int> integers{ 3, 4, 56, 6, 778 };

If we were to read & write the members of a container we will use iterator:

for( std::vector<int>::iterator it = integers.begin() ; it != integers.end() ; ++it )
       {*it = 4;  std::cout << *it << std::endl; }

If we were to only read the members of the container integers you might wanna use const_iterator which doesn't allow to write or modify members of container.

for( std::vector<int>::const_iterator it = integers.begin() ; it != integers.end() ; ++it )
       { cout << *it << endl; }

NOTE: if you try to modify the content using *it in second case you will get an error because its read-only.

How to get the total number of rows of a GROUP BY query?

Maybe this will do the trick for you?

$FoundRows = $DataObject->query('SELECT FOUND_ROWS() AS Count')->fetchColumn();

Keyboard shortcut to clear cell output in Jupyter notebook

Add following at start of cell and run it:

from IPython.display import clear_output
clear_output(wait=True)

Running Python code in Vim

If you don't want to see ":exec python file.py" printed each time, use this:

nnoremap <F9> :echo system('python2 "' . expand('%') . '"')<cr>
nnoremap <F10> :echo system('python3 "' . expand('%') . '"')<cr>

It didn't mess up my powerline / vim-airline statusbar either.

' << ' operator in verilog

<< is the left-shift operator, as it is in many other languages.

Here RAM_DEPTH will be 1 left-shifted by 8 bits, which is equivalent to 2^8, or 256.

How do I change the default library path for R packages

See help(Startup) and help(.libPaths) as you have several possibilities where this may have gotten set. Among them are

  • setting R_LIBS_USER
  • assigning .libPaths() in .Rprofile or Rprofile.site

and more.

In this particular case you need to go backwards and unset whereever \\\\The library/path/I/don't/want is set.

To otherwise ignore it you need to override it use explicitly i.e. via

library("somePackage", lib.loc=.libPaths()[-1])

when loading a package.

.htaccess rewrite subdomain to directory

I had the same problem, and found a detailed explanation in http://www.webmasterworld.com/apache/3163397.htm

My solution (the subdomains contents should be in a folder called sd_subdomain:

Options +FollowSymLinks -MultiViews

RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\.
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} subdomain\.domain\.com
RewriteCond $1 !^sd_
RewriteRule (.*) /sd_subdomain/$1 [L]

MySQL select one column DISTINCT, with corresponding other columns

SELECT ID,LastName 
From TABLE_NAME 
GROUP BY FirstName 
HAVING COUNT(*) >=1

Is there a combination of "LIKE" and "IN" in SQL?

Starting with 2016, SQL Server includes a STRING_SPLIT function. I'm using SQL Server v17.4 and I got this to work for me:

DECLARE @dashboard nvarchar(50)
SET @dashboard = 'P1%,P7%'

SELECT * from Project p
JOIN STRING_SPLIT(@dashboard, ',') AS sp ON p.ProjectNumber LIKE sp.value

How can I SELECT multiple columns within a CASE WHEN on SQL Server?

The problem is that the CASE statement won't work in the way you're trying to use it. You can only use it to switch the value of one field in a query. If I understand what you're trying to do, you might need this:

SELECT 
   ActivityID,
   FieldName = CASE 
                  WHEN ActivityTypeID <> 2 THEN
                      (Some Aggregate Sub Query)
                  ELSE
                     (Some Aggregate Sub Query with diff result)
               END,
   FieldName2 = CASE
                  WHEN ActivityTypeID <> 2 THEN
                      (Some Aggregate Sub Query)
                  ELSE
                     (Some Aggregate Sub Query with diff result)
               END

What is the proof of of (N–1) + (N–2) + (N–3) + ... + 1= N*(N–1)/2

Sum of arithmetical progression

(A1+AN)/2*N = (1 + (N-1))/2*(N-1) = N*(N-1)/2

Having trouble setting working directory

I just had this error message happen. When searching for why, I figured out that there's a related issue that can occur if you're not paying attention - the same error occurs if the directory you are trying to move into does not exist.

How to merge many PDF files into a single one?

There are lots of free tools that can do this.

I use PDFTK (a open source cross-platform command-line tool) for things like that.

Difference between dict.clear() and assigning {} in Python

In addition to @odano 's answer, it seems using d.clear() is faster if you would like to clear the dict for many times.

import timeit

p1 = ''' 
d = {}
for i in xrange(1000):
    d[i] = i * i
for j in xrange(100):
    d = {}
    for i in xrange(1000):
        d[i] = i * i
'''

p2 = ''' 
d = {}
for i in xrange(1000):
    d[i] = i * i
for j in xrange(100):
    d.clear()
    for i in xrange(1000):
        d[i] = i * i
'''

print timeit.timeit(p1, number=1000)
print timeit.timeit(p2, number=1000)

The result is:

20.0367929935
19.6444659233

Accessing JSON elements

Here's an alternative solution using requests:

import requests
wjdata = requests.get('url').json()
print wjdata['data']['current_condition'][0]['temp_C']

MomentJS getting JavaScript Date in UTC

A timestamp is a point in time. Typically this can be represented by a number of milliseconds past an epoc (the Unix Epoc of Jan 1 1970 12AM UTC). The format of that point in time depends on the time zone. While it is the same point in time, the "hours value" is not the same among time zones and one must take into account the offset from the UTC.

Here's some code to illustrate. A point is time is captured in three different ways.

var moment = require( 'moment' );

var localDate = new Date();
var localMoment = moment();
var utcMoment = moment.utc();
var utcDate = new Date( utcMoment.format() );

//These are all the same
console.log( 'localData unix = ' + localDate.valueOf() );
console.log( 'localMoment unix = ' + localMoment.valueOf() );
console.log( 'utcMoment unix = ' + utcMoment.valueOf() );

//These formats are different
console.log( 'localDate = ' + localDate );
console.log( 'localMoment string = ' + localMoment.format() );
console.log( 'utcMoment string = ' + utcMoment.format() );
console.log( 'utcDate  = ' + utcDate );

//One to show conversion
console.log( 'localDate as UTC format = ' + moment.utc( localDate ).format() );
console.log( 'localDate as UTC unix = ' + moment.utc( localDate ).valueOf() );

Which outputs this:

localData unix = 1415806206570
localMoment unix = 1415806206570
utcMoment unix = 1415806206570
localDate = Wed Nov 12 2014 10:30:06 GMT-0500 (EST)
localMoment string = 2014-11-12T10:30:06-05:00
utcMoment string = 2014-11-12T15:30:06+00:00
utcDate  = Wed Nov 12 2014 10:30:06 GMT-0500 (EST)
localDate as UTC format = 2014-11-12T15:30:06+00:00
localDate as UTC unix = 1415806206570

In terms of milliseconds, each are the same. It is the exact same point in time (though in some runs, the later millisecond is one higher).

As far as format, each can be represented in a particular timezone. And the formatting of that timezone'd string looks different, for the exact same point in time!

Are you going to compare these time values? Just convert to milliseconds. One value of milliseconds is always less than, equal to or greater than another millisecond value.

Do you want to compare specific 'hour' or 'day' values and worried they "came from" different timezones? Convert to UTC first using moment.utc( existingDate ), and then do operations. Examples of those conversions, when coming out of the DB, are the last console.log calls in the example.

Android Studio Emulator and "Process finished with exit code 0"

I also had the same problem.I fix this problem by editing Graphics of AVD. Tools > Androids > AVD Manager > Actions > Edit > Show Advance Settings > Graphics -> Software. I hope this solution help u!

Plot yerr/xerr as shaded region rather than error bars

Ignoring the smooth interpolation between points in your example graph (that would require doing some manual interpolation, or just have a higher resolution of your data), you can use pyplot.fill_between():

from matplotlib import pyplot as plt
import numpy as np

x = np.linspace(0, 30, 30)
y = np.sin(x/6*np.pi)
error = np.random.normal(0.1, 0.02, size=y.shape)
y += np.random.normal(0, 0.1, size=y.shape)

plt.plot(x, y, 'k-')
plt.fill_between(x, y-error, y+error)
plt.show()

enter image description here

See also the matplotlib examples.

Currency format for display

This code- (sets currency to GB(Britain/UK/England/£) then prints a line. Then sets currency to US/$ and prints a line)

Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = new CultureInfo("en-GB",false);         
Console.WriteLine("bbbbbbb   {0:c}",4321.2);
Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = new CultureInfo("en-US",false);
Console.WriteLine("bbbbbbb   {0:c}",4321.2);

Will display-

bbbbbbb   £4,321.20
bbbbbbb   $4,321.20

For a list of culture names e.g. en-GB en-US e.t.c.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.globalization.cultureinfo(v=vs.80).aspx

Download File Using Javascript/jQuery

I recommend using the download attribute for download instead of jQuery:

<a href="your_link" download> file_name </a>

This will download your file, without opening it.

How long to brute force a salted SHA-512 hash? (salt provided)

In your case, breaking the hash algorithm is equivalent to finding a collision in the hash algorithm. That means you don't need to find the password itself (which would be a preimage attack), you just need to find an output of the hash function that is equal to the hash of a valid password (thus "collision"). Finding a collision using a birthday attack takes O(2^(n/2)) time, where n is the output length of the hash function in bits.

SHA-2 has an output size of 512 bits, so finding a collision would take O(2^256) time. Given there are no clever attacks on the algorithm itself (currently none are known for the SHA-2 hash family) this is what it takes to break the algorithm.

To get a feeling for what 2^256 actually means: currently it is believed that the number of atoms in the (entire!!!) universe is roughly 10^80 which is roughly 2^266. Assuming 32 byte input (which is reasonable for your case - 20 bytes salt + 12 bytes password) my machine takes ~0,22s (~2^-2s) for 65536 (=2^16) computations. So 2^256 computations would be done in 2^240 * 2^16 computations which would take

2^240 * 2^-2 = 2^238 ~ 10^72s ~ 3,17 * 10^64 years

Even calling this millions of years is ridiculous. And it doesn't get much better with the fastest hardware on the planet computing thousands of hashes in parallel. No human technology will be able to crunch this number into something acceptable.

So forget brute-forcing SHA-256 here. Your next question was about dictionary words. To retrieve such weak passwords rainbow tables were used traditionally. A rainbow table is generally just a table of precomputed hash values, the idea is if you were able to precompute and store every possible hash along with its input, then it would take you O(1) to look up a given hash and retrieve a valid preimage for it. Of course this is not possible in practice since there's no storage device that could store such enormous amounts of data. This dilemma is known as memory-time tradeoff. As you are only able to store so many values typical rainbow tables include some form of hash chaining with intermediary reduction functions (this is explained in detail in the Wikipedia article) to save on space by giving up a bit of savings in time.

Salts were a countermeasure to make such rainbow tables infeasible. To discourage attackers from precomputing a table for a specific salt it is recommended to apply per-user salt values. However, since users do not use secure, completely random passwords, it is still surprising how successful you can get if the salt is known and you just iterate over a large dictionary of common passwords in a simple trial and error scheme. The relationship between natural language and randomness is expressed as entropy. Typical password choices are generally of low entropy, whereas completely random values would contain a maximum of entropy.

The low entropy of typical passwords makes it possible that there is a relatively high chance of one of your users using a password from a relatively small database of common passwords. If you google for them, you will end up finding torrent links for such password databases, often in the gigabyte size category. Being successful with such a tool is usually in the range of minutes to days if the attacker is not restricted in any way.

That's why generally hashing and salting alone is not enough, you need to install other safety mechanisms as well. You should use an artificially slowed down entropy-enducing method such as PBKDF2 described in PKCS#5 and you should enforce a waiting period for a given user before they may retry entering their password. A good scheme is to start with 0.5s and then doubling that time for each failed attempt. In most cases users don't notice this and don't fail much more often than three times on average. But it will significantly slow down any malicious outsider trying to attack your application.

How do you build a Singleton in Dart?

After reading all the alternatives I came up with this, which reminds me a "classic singleton":

class AccountService {
  static final _instance = AccountService._internal();

  AccountService._internal();

  static AccountService getInstance() {
    return _instance;
  }
}

AngularJS - Building a dynamic table based on a json

Here's an example of one with dynamic columns and rows with angularJS: http://plnkr.co/edit/0fsRUp?p=preview

Error when testing on iOS simulator: Couldn't register with the bootstrap server

Resetting the iOS Simulator fixed the error for me. Although this will remove all of the Apps you have in Simulator, it fixes the problem without having to restart the machine.

You can reset your iOS Simulator by doing the following:

1) Go to the "iOS Simulator" menu, next to the Apple (?) logo on the far left of your main screen.
2) Select "Reset Content and Settings...".
3) Read the pop message and if you agree click "Reset" otherwise, click "Don't Reset".

How to solve error message: "Failed to map the path '/'."

Changing pool from ASP.NET v4.0 to Framework4 worked for me.

Git commit with no commit message

git generally requires a non-empty message because providing a meaningful commit message is part of good development practice and good repository stewardship. The first line of the commit message is used all over the place within git; for more, read "A Note About Git Commit Messages".

If you open Terminal.app, cd to your project directory, and git commit -am '', you will see that it fails because an empty commit message is not allowed. Newer versions of git have the
--allow-empty-message commandline argument, including the version of git included with the latest version of Xcode. This will let you use this command to make a commit with an empty message:

git commit -a --allow-empty-message -m ''

Prior to the --allow-empty-message flag, you had to use the commit-tree plumbing command. You can see an example of using this command in the "Raw Git" chapter of the Git book.

How to make php display \t \n as tab and new line instead of characters

Put it in double quotes:

echo "\t";

Single quotes do not expand escaped characters.

Use the documentation when in doubt.

In HTML I can make a checkmark with &#x2713; . Is there a corresponding X-mark?

A corresponding cross for ✓ &#x2713; would be ✗ &#x2717; I think (Dingbats).

Ternary operator in PowerShell

Here's an alternative custom function approach:

function Test-TernaryOperatorCondition {
    [CmdletBinding()]
    param (
        [Parameter(ValueFromPipeline = $true, Mandatory = $true)]
        [bool]$ConditionResult
        ,
        [Parameter(Mandatory = $true, Position = 0)]
        [PSObject]$ValueIfTrue
        ,
        [Parameter(Mandatory = $true, Position = 1)]
        [ValidateSet(':')]
        [char]$Colon
        ,
        [Parameter(Mandatory = $true, Position = 2)]
        [PSObject]$ValueIfFalse
    )
    process {
        if ($ConditionResult) {
            $ValueIfTrue
        }
        else {
            $ValueIfFalse
        }
    }
}
set-alias -Name '???' -Value 'Test-TernaryOperatorCondition'

Example

1 -eq 1 |??? 'match' : 'nomatch'
1 -eq 2 |??? 'match' : 'nomatch'

Differences Explained

  • Why is it 3 question marks instead of 1?
    • The ? character is already an alias for Where-Object.
    • ?? is used in other languages as a null coalescing operator, and I wanted to avoid confusion.
  • Why do we need the pipe before the command?
    • Since I'm utilising the pipeline to evaluate this, we still need this character to pipe the condition into our function
  • What happens if I pass in an array?
    • We get a result for each value; i.e. -2..2 |??? 'match' : 'nomatch' gives: match, match, nomatch, match, match (i.e. since any non-zero int evaluates to true; whilst zero evaluates to false).
    • If you don't want that, convert the array to a bool; ([bool](-2..2)) |??? 'match' : 'nomatch' (or simply: [bool](-2..2) |??? 'match' : 'nomatch')

Filter by process/PID in Wireshark

I don't see how. The PID doesn't make it onto the wire (generally speaking), plus Wireshark allows you to look at what's on the wire - potentially all machines which are communicating over the wire. Process IDs aren't unique across different machines, anyway.

How to connect to a secure website using SSL in Java with a pkcs12 file?

I cannot comment because of the 50pts threshhold, but I don't think that the answer provided in https://stackoverflow.com/a/537344/1341220 is correct. What you are actually describing is how you insert server certificates into the systems default truststore:

$JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/security/cacerts, password: changeit)

This works, indeed, but it means that you did not really specify a trust store local to your project, but rather accepted the certificate universially in your system.

You actually never use your own truststore that you defined here:

System.setProperty("javax.net.ssl.trustStore", "myTrustStore");
System.setProperty("javax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword", "changeit");

How to fix System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object

I had the same problem but it only occurred on the published website on Godaddy. It was no problem in my local host.

The error came from an aspx.cs (code behind file) where I tried to assign a value to a label. It appeared that from within the code behind, that the label Text appears to be null. So all I did with change all my Label Text properties in the ASPX file from Text="" to Text=" ".

The problem disappeared. I don’t know why the error happens from the hosted version but not on my localhost and don’t have time to figure out why. But it works fine now.

Are HTTPS headers encrypted?

With SSL the encryption is at the transport level, so it takes place before a request is sent.

So everything in the request is encrypted.

Pass element ID to Javascript function

Check this: http://jsfiddle.net/h7kRt/1/,

you should change in jsfiddle on top-left to No-wrap in <head>

Your code looks good and it will work inside a normal page. In jsfiddle your function was being defined inside a load handler and thus is in a different scope. By changing to No-wrap you have it in the global scope and can use it as you wanted.

comma separated string of selected values in mysql

First to set group_concat_max_len, otherwise it will not give you all the result:

SET GLOBAL  group_concat_max_len = 999999;
SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(id)  FROM table_level where parent_id=4 group by parent_id;

Fragment transaction animation: slide in and slide out

There is three way to transaction animation in fragment.

Transitions

So need to use one of the built-in Transitions, use the setTranstion() method:

getSupportFragmentManager()
        .beginTransaction()
        .setTransition( FragmentTransaction.TRANSIT_FRAGMENT_OPEN )
        .show( m_topFragment )
        .commit()

Custom Animations

You can also customize the animation by using the setCustomAnimations() method:

getSupportFragmentManager()
        .beginTransaction()
        .setCustomAnimations( R.anim.slide_up, 0, 0, R.anim.slide_down)
        .show( m_topFragment )
        .commit()

slide_up.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<objectAnimator
        xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        android:interpolator="@android:anim/accelerate_decelerate_interpolator"
        android:propertyName="translationY"
        android:valueType="floatType"
        android:valueFrom="1280"
        android:valueTo="0"
        android:duration="@android:integer/config_mediumAnimTime"/>

slide_down.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<objectAnimator
        xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        android:interpolator="@android:anim/accelerate_decelerate_interpolator"
        android:propertyName="translationY"
        android:valueType="floatType"
        android:valueFrom="0"
        android:valueTo="1280"
        android:duration="@android:integer/config_mediumAnimTime"/>

Multiple Animations

Finally, It's also possible to kick-off multiple fragment animations in a single transaction. This allows for a pretty cool effect where one fragment is sliding up and the other slides down at the same time:

getSupportFragmentManager()
        .beginTransaction()
        .setCustomAnimations( R.anim.abc_slide_in_top, R.anim.abc_slide_out_top ) // Top Fragment Animation
        .show( m_topFragment )
        .setCustomAnimations( R.anim.abc_slide_in_bottom, R.anim.abc_slide_out_bottom ) // Bottom Fragment Animation
        .show( m_bottomFragment )
        .commit()

To more detail you can visit URL

Note:- You can check animation according to your requirement because above may be have issue.

How to strip HTML tags from a string in SQL Server?

Patrick Honorez code needs a slight change.

It returns incomplete results for html that contains &lt; or &gt;

This is because the code below the section

-- Remove anything between tags

will in fact replace the < > to nothing. The fix is to the apply the below two lines at the end:

set @HTMLText = replace(@htmlText, '&lt;' collate Latin1_General_CS_AS, '<'  collate Latin1_General_CS_AS)
set @HTMLText = replace(@htmlText, '&gt;' collate Latin1_General_CS_AS, '>'  collate Latin1_General_CS_AS)

What is Python Whitespace and how does it work?

Every programming language has its own way of structuring the code.
whenever you write a block of code, it has to be organised in a way to be understood by everyone.

Usually used in conditional and classes and defining the definition.
It represents the parent, child and grandchild and further.

Example:

def example()
    print "name"
    print "my name"
example()

Here you can say example() is a parent and others are children.

How to delete last item in list?

You need:

record = record[:-1]

before the for loop.

This will set record to the current record list but without the last item. You may, depending on your needs, want to ensure the list isn't empty before doing this.

Ignoring upper case and lower case in Java

The .equalsIgnoreCase() method should help with that.

Spring @Autowired and @Qualifier

You can use @Qualifier along with @Autowired. In fact spring will ask you explicitly select the bean if ambiguous bean type are found, in which case you should provide the qualifier

For Example in following case it is necessary provide a qualifier

@Component
@Qualifier("staff") 
public Staff implements Person {}

@Component
@Qualifier("employee") 
public Manager implements Person {}


@Component
public Payroll {

    private Person person;

    @Autowired
    public Payroll(@Qualifier("employee") Person person){
          this.person = person;
    }

}

EDIT:

In Lombok 1.18.4 it is finally possible to avoid the boilerplate on constructor injection when you have @Qualifier, so now it is possible to do the following:

@Component
@Qualifier("staff") 
public Staff implements Person {}

@Component
@Qualifier("employee") 
public Manager implements Person {}


@Component
@RequiredArgsConstructor
public Payroll {
   @Qualifier("employee") private final Person person;
}

provided you are using the new lombok.config rule copyableAnnotations (by placing the following in lombok.config in the root of your project):

# Copy the Qualifier annotation from the instance variables to the constructor
# see https://github.com/rzwitserloot/lombok/issues/745
lombok.copyableAnnotations += org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Qualifier

This was recently introduced in latest lombok 1.18.4.

NOTE

If you are using field or setter injection then you have to place the @Autowired and @Qualifier on top of the field or setter function like below(any one of them will work)

public Payroll {
   @Autowired @Qualifier("employee") private final Person person;
}

or

public Payroll {
   private final Person person;
   @Autowired
   @Qualifier("employee")
   public void setPerson(Person person) {
     this.person = person;
   } 
}

If you are using constructor injection then the annotations should be placed on constructor, else the code would not work. Use it like below -

public Payroll {

    private Person person;

    @Autowired
    public Payroll(@Qualifier("employee") Person person){
          this.person = person;
    }

}

Regex pattern inside SQL Replace function?

You can use PATINDEX to find the first index of the pattern (string's) occurrence. Then use STUFF to stuff another string into the pattern(string) matched.

Loop through each row. Replace each illegal characters with what you want. In your case replace non numeric with blank. The inner loop is if you have more than one illegal character in a current cell that of the loop.

DECLARE @counter int

SET @counter = 0

WHILE(@counter < (SELECT MAX(ID_COLUMN) FROM Table))
BEGIN  

    WHILE 1 = 1
    BEGIN
        DECLARE @RetVal varchar(50)

        SET @RetVal =  (SELECT Column = STUFF(Column, PATINDEX('%[^0-9.]%', Column),1, '')
        FROM Table
        WHERE ID_COLUMN = @counter)

        IF(@RetVal IS NOT NULL)       
          UPDATE Table SET
          Column = @RetVal
          WHERE ID_COLUMN = @counter
        ELSE
            break
    END

    SET @counter = @counter + 1
END

Caution: This is slow though! Having a varchar column may impact. So using LTRIM RTRIM may help a bit. Regardless, it is slow.

Credit goes to this StackOverFlow answer.

EDIT Credit also goes to @srutzky

Edit (by @Tmdean) Instead of doing one row at a time, this answer can be adapted to a more set-based solution. It still iterates the max of the number of non-numeric characters in a single row, so it's not ideal, but I think it should be acceptable in most situations.

WHILE 1 = 1 BEGIN
    WITH q AS
        (SELECT ID_Column, PATINDEX('%[^0-9.]%', Column) AS n
        FROM Table)
    UPDATE Table
    SET Column = STUFF(Column, q.n, 1, '')
    FROM q
    WHERE Table.ID_Column = q.ID_Column AND q.n != 0;

    IF @@ROWCOUNT = 0 BREAK;
END;

You can also improve efficiency quite a lot if you maintain a bit column in the table that indicates whether the field has been scrubbed yet. (NULL represents "Unknown" in my example and should be the column default.)

DECLARE @done bit = 0;
WHILE @done = 0 BEGIN
    WITH q AS
        (SELECT ID_Column, PATINDEX('%[^0-9.]%', Column) AS n
        FROM Table
        WHERE COALESCE(Scrubbed_Column, 0) = 0)
    UPDATE Table
    SET Column = STUFF(Column, q.n, 1, ''),
        Scrubbed_Column = 0
    FROM q
    WHERE Table.ID_Column = q.ID_Column AND q.n != 0;

    IF @@ROWCOUNT = 0 SET @done = 1;

    -- if Scrubbed_Column is still NULL, then the PATINDEX
    -- must have given 0
    UPDATE table
    SET Scrubbed_Column = CASE
        WHEN Scrubbed_Column IS NULL THEN 1
        ELSE NULLIF(Scrubbed_Column, 0)
    END;
END;

If you don't want to change your schema, this is easy to adapt to store intermediate results in a table valued variable which gets applied to the actual table at the end.

Count number of occurrences of a pattern in a file (even on same line)

Hack grep's color function, and count how many color tags it prints out:

echo -e "a\nb  b b\nc\ndef\nb e brb\nr" \
| GREP_COLOR="033" grep --color=always  b \
| perl -e 'undef $/; $_=<>; s/\n//g; s/\x1b\x5b\x30\x33\x33/\n/g; print $_' \
| wc -l

Process list on Linux via Python

import os
lst = os.popen('sudo netstat -tulpn').read()
lst = lst.split('\n')
for i in range(2,len(lst)):
    print(lst[i])

How to loop through all elements of a form jQuery

$('#new_user_form :input') should be your way forward. Note the omission of the > selector. A valid HTML form wouldn't allow for a input tag being a direct child of a form tag.

Display date in dd/mm/yyyy format in vb.net

Try this.

 var dateAsString = DateTime.Now.ToString("dd/MM/yyyy");
// dateAsString = "09/07/2013"

and also check this link for more formatting data and time

Parse usable Street Address, City, State, Zip from a string

Based on the sample data:

  1. I would start at the end of the string. Parse a Zip-code (either format). Read end to first space. If no Zip Code was found Error.

  2. Trim the end then for spaces and special chars (commas)

  3. Then move on to State, again use the Space as the delimiter. Maybe use a lookup list to validate 2 letter state codes, and full state names. If no valid state found, error.

  4. Trim spaces and commas from the end again.

  5. City gets tricky, I would actually use a comma here, at the risk of getting too much data in the city. Look for the comma, or beginning of the line.

  6. If you still have chars left in the string, shove all of that into an address field.

This isn't perfect, but it should be a pretty good starting point.

Casting variables in Java

Actually, casting doesn't always work. If the object is not an instanceof the class you're casting it to you will get a ClassCastException at runtime.

How to install a Mac application using Terminal

Probably not exactly your issue..

Do you have any spaces in your package path? You should wrap it up in double quotes to be safe, otherwise it can be taken as two separate arguments

sudo installer -store -pkg "/User/MyName/Desktop/helloWorld.pkg" -target /

Unresolved external symbol on static class members

in my case, I declared one static variable in .h file, like

//myClass.h
class myClass
{
static int m_nMyVar;
static void myFunc();
}

and in myClass.cpp, I tried to use this m_nMyVar. It got LINK error like:

error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol "public: static class... The link error related cpp file looks like:

//myClass.cpp
void myClass::myFunc()
{
myClass::m_nMyVar = 123; //I tried to use this m_nMyVar here and got link error
}

So I add below code on the top of myClass.cpp

//myClass.cpp
int myClass::m_nMyVar; //it seems redefine m_nMyVar, but it works well
void myClass::myFunc()
{
myClass::m_nMyVar = 123; //I tried to use this m_nMyVar here and got link error
}

then LNK2001 is gone.

How to start an application without waiting in a batch file?

If your exe takes arguments,

start MyApp.exe -arg1 -arg2

How to add an element to a list?

I would do this:

data["list"].append({'b':'2'})

so simply you are adding an object to the list that is present in "data"

Custom Date Format for Bootstrap-DatePicker

Perhaps you can check it here for the LATEST version always

http://bootstrap-datepicker.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

$('.datepicker').datepicker({
    format: 'mm/dd/yyyy',
    startDate: '-3d'
})

or

$.fn.datepicker.defaults.format = "mm/dd/yyyy";
$('.datepicker').datepicker({
    startDate: '-3d'
})

I have created a table in hive, I would like to know which directory my table is created in?

All HIVE managed tables are stored in the below HDFS location.

hadoop fs -ls /user/hive/warehouse/databasename.db/tablename

How to send data with angularjs $http.delete() request?

Please Try to pass parameters in httpoptions, you can follow function below

deleteAction(url, data) {
    const authToken = sessionStorage.getItem('authtoken');
    const options = {
      headers: new HttpHeaders({
        'Content-Type': 'application/json',
        Authorization: 'Bearer ' + authToken,
      }),
      body: data,
    };
    return this.client.delete(url, options);
  }

Round button with text and icon in flutter

Use Column or Row in a Button child, Row for horizontal button, Column for vertical, and dont forget to contain it with the size you need:

Container(
  width: 120.0,
  height: 30.0,
  child: RaisedButton(
    color: Color(0XFFFF0000),
    child: Row(
      children: <Widget>[
        Text('Play this song', style: TextStyle(color: Colors.white),),
        Icon(Icons.play_arrow, color: Colors.white,),
      ],
    ),
  ),
),

Is it possible to validate the size and type of input=file in html5

    <form  class="upload-form">
        <input class="upload-file" data-max-size="2048" type="file" >
        <input type=submit>
    </form>
    <script>
$(function(){
    var fileInput = $('.upload-file');
    var maxSize = fileInput.data('max-size');
    $('.upload-form').submit(function(e){
        if(fileInput.get(0).files.length){
            var fileSize = fileInput.get(0).files[0].size; // in bytes
            if(fileSize>maxSize){
                alert('file size is more then' + maxSize + ' bytes');
                return false;
            }else{
                alert('file size is correct- '+fileSize+' bytes');
            }
        }else{
            alert('choose file, please');
            return false;
        }

    });
});
    </script>

http://jsfiddle.net/9bhcB/2/

Task not serializable: java.io.NotSerializableException when calling function outside closure only on classes not objects

Complete talk fully explaining the problem, which proposes a great paradigm shifting way to avoid these serialization problems: https://github.com/samthebest/dump/blob/master/sams-scala-tutorial/serialization-exceptions-and-memory-leaks-no-ws.md

The top voted answer is basically suggesting throwing away an entire language feature - that is no longer using methods and only using functions. Indeed in functional programming methods in classes should be avoided, but turning them into functions isn't solving the design issue here (see above link).

As a quick fix in this particular situation you could just use the @transient annotation to tell it not to try to serialise the offending value (here, Spark.ctx is a custom class not Spark's one following OP's naming):

@transient
val rddList = Spark.ctx.parallelize(list)

You can also restructure code so that rddList lives somewhere else, but that is also nasty.

The Future is Probably Spores

In future Scala will include these things called "spores" that should allow us to fine grain control what does and does not exactly get pulled in by a closure. Furthermore this should turn all mistakes of accidentally pulling in non-serializable types (or any unwanted values) into compile errors rather than now which is horrible runtime exceptions / memory leaks.

http://docs.scala-lang.org/sips/pending/spores.html

A tip on Kryo serialization

When using kyro, make it so that registration is necessary, this will mean you get errors instead of memory leaks:

"Finally, I know that kryo has kryo.setRegistrationOptional(true) but I am having a very difficult time trying to figure out how to use it. When this option is turned on, kryo still seems to throw exceptions if I haven't registered classes."

Strategy for registering classes with kryo

Of course this only gives you type-level control not value-level control.

... more ideas to come.

Initialising mock objects - MockIto

A little example for JUnit 5 Jupiter, the "RunWith" was removed you now need to use the Extensions using the "@ExtendWith" Annotation.

@ExtendWith(MockitoExtension.class)
class FooTest {

  @InjectMocks
  ClassUnderTest test = new ClassUnderTest();

  @Spy
  SomeInject bla = new SomeInject();
}

Count Vowels in String Python

  1 #!/usr/bin/python
  2 
  3 a = raw_input('Enter the statement: ')
  4 
  5 ########### To count number of words in the statement ##########
  6 
  7 words = len(a.split(' '))
  8 print 'Number of words in the statement are: %r' %words 
  9 
 10 ########### To count vowels in the statement ##########
 11 
 12 print '\n' "Below is the vowel's count in the statement" '\n'
 13 vowels = 'aeiou'
 14 
 15 for key in vowels:
 16     print  key, '=', a.lower().count(key)
 17 

How to get the innerHTML of selectable jquery element?

The parameter ui has a property called selected which is a reference to the selected dom element, you can call innerHTML on that element.

Your code $('.ui-selected').innerHTML tries to return the innerHTML property of a jQuery wrapper element for a dom element with class ui-selected

$(function () {
    $("#select-image").selectable({
        selected: function (event, ui) {
            var $variable = ui.selected.innerHTML; // or $(ui.selected).html()
            console.log($variable);
        }
    });
});

Demo: Fiddle

Could not load file or assembly CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.ClientDoc

It turns out the answer was ridiculously simple, but mystifying as to why it was necessary.

In the IIS Manager on the server, I set the application pool for my web application to not allow 32-bit assemblies.

It seems it assumes, on a 64-bit system, that you must want the 32 bit assembly. Bizarre.

Twitter Bootstrap: Print content of modal window

Another solution

Here is a new solution based on Bennett McElwee answer in the same question as mentioned below.

Tested with IE 9 & 10, Opera 12.01, Google Chrome 22 and Firefox 15.0.
jsFiddle example

1.) Add this CSS to your site:

@media screen {
  #printSection {
      display: none;
  }
}

@media print {
  body * {
    visibility:hidden;
  }
  #printSection, #printSection * {
    visibility:visible;
  }
  #printSection {
    position:absolute;
    left:0;
    top:0;
  }
}

2.) Add my JavaScript function

function printElement(elem, append, delimiter) {
    var domClone = elem.cloneNode(true);

    var $printSection = document.getElementById("printSection");

    if (!$printSection) {
        $printSection = document.createElement("div");
        $printSection.id = "printSection";
        document.body.appendChild($printSection);
    }

    if (append !== true) {
        $printSection.innerHTML = "";
    }

    else if (append === true) {
        if (typeof (delimiter) === "string") {
            $printSection.innerHTML += delimiter;
        }
        else if (typeof (delimiter) === "object") {
            $printSection.appendChild(delimiter);
        }
    }

    $printSection.appendChild(domClone);
}?

You're ready to print any element on your site!
Just call printElement() with your element(s) and execute window.print() when you're finished.

Note: If you want to modify the content before it is printed (and only in the print version), checkout this example (provided by waspina in the comments): http://jsfiddle.net/95ezN/121/

One could also use CSS in order to show the additional content in the print version (and only there).


Former solution

I think, you have to hide all other parts of the site via CSS.

It would be the best, to move all non-printable content into a separate DIV:

<body>
  <div class="non-printable">
    <!-- ... -->
  </div>

  <div class="printable">
    <!-- Modal dialog comes here -->
  </div>
</body>

And then in your CSS:

.printable { display: none; }

@media print
{
    .non-printable { display: none; }
    .printable { display: block; }
}

Credits go to Greg who has already answered a similar question: Print <div id="printarea"></div> only?

There is one problem in using JavaScript: the user cannot see a preview - at least in Internet Explorer!

Row Offset in SQL Server

Following will display 25 records excluding first 50 records works in SQL Server 2012.

SELECT * FROM MyTable ORDER BY ID OFFSET 50 ROWS FETCH NEXT 25 ROWS ONLY;

you can replace ID as your requirement

jquery - check length of input field?

That doesn't work because, judging by the rest of the code, the initial value of the text input is "Default text" - which is more than one character, and so your if condition is always true.

The simplest way to make it work, it seems to me, is to account for this case:

    var value = $(this).val();
    if ( value.length > 0 && value != "Default text" ) ...

Aliases in Windows command prompt

You need to pass the parameters, try this:

doskey np=notepad++.exe $*

Edit (responding to Romonov's comment) Q: Is there any way I can make the command prompt remember so I don't have to run this each time I open a new command prompt?

doskey is a textual command that is interpreted by the command processor (e.g. cmd.exe), it can't know to modify state in some other process (especially one that hasn't started yet).

People that use doskey to setup their initial command shell environments typically use the /K option (often via a shortcut) to run a batch file which does all the common setup (like- set window's title, colors, etc).

cmd.exe /K env.cmd

env.cmd:

title "Foo Bar"
doskey np=notepad++.exe $*
...

WPF What is the correct way of using SVG files as icons in WPF

We can use directly the path's code from the SVG's code:

    <Path>
        <Path.Data>
            <PathGeometry Figures="M52.8,105l-1.9,4.1c ... 

Android Get Current timestamp?

1320917972 is Unix timestamp using number of seconds since 00:00:00 UTC on January 1, 1970. You can use TimeUnit class for unit conversion - from System.currentTimeMillis() to seconds.

String timeStamp = String.valueOf(TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS.toSeconds(System.currentTimeMillis()));

How to convert the time from AM/PM to 24 hour format in PHP?

PHP 5.3+ solution.

$new_time = DateTime::createFromFormat('h:i A', '01:00 PM');
$time_24 = $new_time->format('H:i:s');

Output: 13:00:00

Works great when formatting date is required. Check This Answer for details.

Matching a space in regex

In Perl the switch is \s (whitespace).

Static way to get 'Context' in Android?

The majority of apps that want a convenient method to get the application context create their own class which extends android.app.Application.

GUIDE

You can accomplish this by first creating a class in your project like the following:

import android.app.Application;
import android.content.Context;

public class App extends Application {

    private static Application sApplication;

    public static Application getApplication() {
        return sApplication;
    }

    public static Context getContext() {
        return getApplication().getApplicationContext();
    }

    @Override
    public void onCreate() {
        super.onCreate();
        sApplication = this;
    }
}

Then, in your AndroidManifest you should specify the name of your class in the AndroidManifest.xml’s tag:

<application 
    ...
    android:name="com.example.App" >
    ...
</application>

You can then retrieve the application context in any static method using the following:

public static void someMethod() {
    Context context = App.getContext();
}

WARNING

Before adding something like the above to your project you should consider what the documentation says:

There is normally no need to subclass Application. In most situation, static singletons can provide the same functionality in a more modular way. If your singleton needs a global context (for example to register broadcast receivers), the function to retrieve it can be given a Context which internally uses Context.getApplicationContext() when first constructing the singleton.


REFLECTION

There is also another way to get the application context using reflection. Reflection is often looked down upon in Android and I personally think this should not be used in production.

To retrieve the application context we must invoke a method on a hidden class (ActivityThread) which has been available since API 1:

public static Application getApplicationUsingReflection() throws Exception {
    return (Application) Class.forName("android.app.ActivityThread")
            .getMethod("currentApplication").invoke(null, (Object[]) null);
}

There is one more hidden class (AppGlobals) which provides a way to get the application context in a static way. It gets the context using ActivityThread so there really is no difference between the following method and the one posted above:

public static Application getApplicationUsingReflection() throws Exception {
    return (Application) Class.forName("android.app.AppGlobals")
            .getMethod("getInitialApplication").invoke(null, (Object[]) null);
} 

Happy coding!

What's the difference between identifying and non-identifying relationships?

  • An identifying relationship is when the existence of a row in a child table depends on a row in a parent table. This may be confusing because it's common practice these days to create a pseudokey for a child table, but not make the foreign key to the parent part of the child's primary key. Formally, the "right" way to do this is to make the foreign key part of the child's primary key. But the logical relationship is that the child cannot exist without the parent.

    Example: A Person has one or more phone numbers. If they had just one phone number, we could simply store it in a column of Person. Since we want to support multiple phone numbers, we make a second table PhoneNumbers, whose primary key includes the person_id referencing the Person table.

    We may think of the phone number(s) as belonging to a person, even though they are modeled as attributes of a separate table. This is a strong clue that this is an identifying relationship (even if we don't literally include person_id in the primary key of PhoneNumbers).

  • A non-identifying relationship is when the primary key attributes of the parent must not become primary key attributes of the child. A good example of this is a lookup table, such as a foreign key on Person.state referencing the primary key of States.state. Person is a child table with respect to States. But a row in Person is not identified by its state attribute. I.e. state is not part of the primary key of Person.

    A non-identifying relationship can be optional or mandatory, which means the foreign key column allows NULL or disallows NULL, respectively.


See also my answer to Still Confused About Identifying vs. Non-Identifying Relationships

How do I remove packages installed with Python's easy_install?

Came across this question, while trying to uninstall the many random Python packages installed over time.

Using information from this thread, this is what I came up with:

cat package_list | xargs -n1 sudo pip uninstall -y

The package_list is cleaned up (awk) from a pip freeze in a virtualenv.

To remove almost all Python packages:

yolk -l | cut -f 1 -d " " | grep -v "setuptools|pip|ETC.." | xargs -n1 pip uninstall -y

Counting array elements in Perl

sub uniq {
    return keys %{{ map { $_ => 1 } @_ }};
}
my @my_array = ("a","a","b","b","c");
#print join(" ", @my_array), "\n";
my $a = join(" ", uniq(@my_array));
my @b = split(/ /,$a);
my $count = $#b;

Remote JMX connection

Try this, I tested to access JMX inside docker container

-Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote=true -Djava.rmi.server.hostname=localhost -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.port=16000 -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.rmi.port=16000 -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.authenticate=false -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.ssl=false

Then

$ jconsole localhost:16000

How to git-cherry-pick only changes to certain files?

The other methods didn't work for me since the commit had a lot of changes and conflicts to a lot of other files. What I came up with was simply

git show SHA -- file1.txt file2.txt | git apply -

It doesn't actually add the files or do a commit for you so you may need to follow it up with

git add file1.txt file2.txt
git commit -c SHA

Or if you want to skip the add you can use the --cached argument to git apply

git show SHA -- file1.txt file2.txt | git apply --cached -

You can also do the same thing for entire directories

git show SHA -- dir1 dir2 | git apply -

Pure CSS collapse/expand div

Or a super simple version with barely any css :)

<style>   
.faq ul li {
    display:block;
    float:left;
    padding:5px;
}

.faq ul li div {
    display:none;
}

.faq ul li div:target {
    display:block;
}


</style>


<div class="faq">
   <ul>
   <li><a href="#question1">Question 1</a>   
   <div id="question1">Answer 1 </div>
   </li>


   <li><a href="#question2">Question 2</a>
   <div id="question2">Answer 2 </div>
   </li>
   <li><a href="#question3">Question 3</a>
   <div id="question3">Answer 3 </div>
   </li>
   <li><a href="#question4">Question 4</a>
   <div id="question4">Answer 4 </div>
   </li>
   <li><a href="#question5">Question 5</a>
   <div id="question5">Answer 5 </div>
   </li>
   <li><a href="#question6">Question 6</a>
   <div id="question6">Answer 6 </div>
   </li>
   </ul>  
</div>

http://jsfiddle.net/ionko22/4sKD3/

TSQL How do you output PRINT in a user defined function?

I got around this by temporarily rewriting my function to something like this:

IF OBJECT_ID ('[dbo].[fx_dosomething]', 'TF') IS NOT NULL
  drop function [dbo].[fx_dosomething];
GO

create FUNCTION dbo.fx_dosomething ( @x numeric )
returns @t table (debug varchar(100), x2 numeric)
as
begin
 declare @debug varchar(100)
 set @debug = 'printme';

 declare @x2 numeric
 set @x2 = 0.123456;

 insert into @t values (@debug, @x2)
 return 
end
go

select * from fx_dosomething(0.1)

Testing whether a value is odd or even

Why not just do this:

    function oddOrEven(num){
        if(num % 2 == 0)
            return "even";
        return "odd";
    }
    oddOrEven(num);

ReferenceError: Invalid left-hand side in assignment

Common reasons for the error:

  • use of assignment (=) instead of equality (==/===)
  • assigning to result of function foo() = 42 instead of passing arguments (foo(42))
  • simply missing member names (i.e. assuming some default selection) : getFoo() = 42 instead of getFoo().theAnswer = 42 or array indexing getArray() = 42 instead of getArray()[0]= 42

In this particular case you want to use == (or better === - What exactly is Type Coercion in Javascript?) to check for equality (like if(one === "rock" && two === "rock"), but it the actual reason you are getting the error is trickier.

The reason for the error is Operator precedence. In particular we are looking for && (precedence 6) and = (precedence 3).

Let's put braces in the expression according to priority - && is higher than = so it is executed first similar how one would do 3+4*5+6 as 3+(4*5)+6:

 if(one= ("rock" && two) = "rock"){...

Now we have expression similar to multiple assignments like a = b = 42 which due to right-to-left associativity executed as a = (b = 42). So adding more braces:

 if(one= (  ("rock" && two) = "rock" )  ){...

Finally we arrived to actual problem: ("rock" && two) can't be evaluated to l-value that can be assigned to (in this particular case it will be value of two as truthy).

Note that if you'd use braces to match perceived priority surrounding each "equality" with braces you get no errors. Obviously that also producing different result than you'd expect - changes value of both variables and than do && on two strings "rock" && "rock" resulting in "rock" (which in turn is truthy) all the time due to behavior of logial &&:

if((one = "rock") && (two = "rock"))
{
   // always executed, both one and two are set to "rock"
   ...
}

For even more details on the error and other cases when it can happen - see specification:

Assignment

LeftHandSideExpression = AssignmentExpression
...
Throw a SyntaxError exception if the following conditions are all true:
...
IsStrictReference(lref) is true

Left-Hand-Side Expressions

and The Reference Specification Type explaining IsStrictReference:

... function calls are permitted to return references. This possibility is admitted purely for the sake of host objects. No built-in ECMAScript function defined by this specification returns a reference and there is no provision for a user-defined function to return a reference...

Where can I find a list of escape characters required for my JSON ajax return type?

As explained in the section 9 of the official ECMA specification (http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/files/ECMA-ST/ECMA-404.pdf) in JSON, the following chars have to be escaped:

  • U+0022 (", the quotation mark)
  • U+005C (\, the backslash or reverse solidus)
  • U+0000 to U+001F (the ASCII control characters)

In addition, in order to safely embed JSON in HTML, the following chars have to be also escaped:

  • U+002F (/)
  • U+0027 (')
  • U+003C (<)
  • U+003E (>)
  • U+0026 (&)
  • U+0085 (Next Line)
  • U+2028 (Line Separator)
  • U+2029 (Paragraph Separator)

Some of the above characters can be escaped with the following short escape sequences defined in the standard:

  • \" represents the quotation mark character (U+0022).
  • \\ represents the reverse solidus character (U+005C).
  • \/ represents the solidus character (U+002F).
  • \b represents the backspace character (U+0008).
  • \f represents the form feed character (U+000C).
  • \n represents the line feed character (U+000A).
  • \r represents the carriage return character (U+000D).
  • \t represents the character tabulation character (U+0009).

The other characters which need to be escaped will use the \uXXXX notation, that is \u followed by the four hexadecimal digits that encode the code point.

The \uXXXX can be also used instead of the short escape sequence, or to optionally escape any other character from the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP).

How can I trigger an onchange event manually?

There's a couple of ways you can do this. If the onchange listener is a function set via the element.onchange property and you're not bothered about the event object or bubbling/propagation, the easiest method is to just call that function:

element.onchange();

If you need it to simulate the real event in full, or if you set the event via the html attribute or addEventListener/attachEvent, you need to do a bit of feature detection to correctly fire the event:

if ("createEvent" in document) {
    var evt = document.createEvent("HTMLEvents");
    evt.initEvent("change", false, true);
    element.dispatchEvent(evt);
}
else
    element.fireEvent("onchange");

Print string and variable contents on the same line in R

You can use paste with print

print(paste0("Current working dir: ", wd))

or cat

cat("Current working dir: ", wd)

How to return a value from a Form in C#?

I use MDI quite a lot, I like it much more (where it can be used) than multiple floating forms.

But to get the best from it you need to get to grips with your own events. It makes life so much easier for you.

A skeletal example.

Have your own interupt types,

//Clock, Stock and Accoubts represent the actual forms in
//the MDI application. When I have multiple copies of a form
//I also give them an ID, at the time they are created, then
//include that ID in the Args class.
public enum InteruptSource
{
    IS_CLOCK = 0, IS_STOCKS, IS_ACCOUNTS
}
//This particular event type is time based,
//but you can add others to it, such as document
//based.
public enum EVInterupts
{
    CI_NEWDAY = 0, CI_NEWMONTH, CI_NEWYEAR, CI_PAYDAY, CI_STOCKPAYOUT, 
   CI_STOCKIN, DO_NEWEMAIL, DO_SAVETOARCHIVE
}

Then your own Args type

public class ControlArgs
{
    //MDI form source
    public InteruptSource source { get; set; }
    //Interrupt type
    public EVInterupts clockInt { get; set; }
    //in this case only a date is needed
    //but normally I include optional data (as if a C UNION type)
    //the form that responds to the event decides if
    //the data is for it.
    public DateTime date { get; set; }
    //CI_STOCKIN
    public StockClass inStock { get; set; }

}

Then use the delegate within your namespace, but outside of a class

namespace MyApplication
{
public delegate void StoreHandler(object sender, ControlArgs e);
  public partial class Form1 : Form
{
  //your main form
}

Now either manually or using the GUI, have the MDIparent respond to the events of the child forms.

But with your owr Args, you can reduce this to a single function. and you can have provision to interupt the interupts, good for debugging, but can be usefull in other ways too.

Just have al of your mdiparent event codes point to the one function,

        calendar.Friday += new StoreHandler(MyEvents);
        calendar.Saturday += new StoreHandler(MyEvents);
        calendar.Sunday += new StoreHandler(MyEvents);
        calendar.PayDay += new StoreHandler(MyEvents);
        calendar.NewYear += new StoreHandler(MyEvents);

A simple switch mechanism is usually enough to pass events on to appropriate forms.

How do I raise an exception in Rails so it behaves like other Rails exceptions?

You can do it like this:

class UsersController < ApplicationController
  ## Exception Handling
  class NotActivated < StandardError
  end

  rescue_from NotActivated, :with => :not_activated

  def not_activated(exception)
    flash[:notice] = "This user is not activated."
    Event.new_event "Exception: #{exception.message}", current_user, request.remote_ip
    redirect_to "/"
  end

  def show
      // Do something that fails..
      raise NotActivated unless @user.is_activated?
  end
end

What you're doing here is creating a class "NotActivated" that will serve as Exception. Using raise, you can throw "NotActivated" as an Exception. rescue_from is the way of catching an Exception with a specified method (not_activated in this case). Quite a long example, but it should show you how it works.

Best wishes,
Fabian

Resync git repo with new .gitignore file

The solution mentioned in ".gitignore file not ignoring" is a bit extreme, but should work:

# rm all files
git rm -r --cached .
# add all files as per new .gitignore
git add .
# now, commit for new .gitignore to apply
git commit -m ".gitignore is now working"

(make sure to commit first your changes you want to keep, to avoid any incident as jball037 comments below.
The --cached option will keep your files untouched on your disk though.)

You also have other more fine-grained solution in the blog post "Making Git ignore already-tracked files":

git rm --cached `git ls-files -i --exclude-standard`

Bassim suggests in his edit:

Files with space in their paths

In case you get an error message like fatal: path spec '...' did not match any files, there might be files with spaces in their path.

You can remove all other files with option --ignore-unmatch:

git rm --cached --ignore-unmatch `git ls-files -i --exclude-standard`

but unmatched files will remain in your repository and will have to be removed explicitly by enclosing their path with double quotes:

git rm --cached "<path.to.remaining.file>"

Regex to accept alphanumeric and some special character in Javascript?

I forgot to mention. This should also accept whitespace.

You could use:

/^[-@.\/#&+\w\s]*$/

Note how this makes use of the character classes \w and \s.

EDIT:- Added \ to escape /

IIS - 401.3 - Unauthorized

  1. Create a new Site, Right Click on Sites folder then click add Site
  2. Enter the site name.
  3. Select physical path
  4. Select Ip Address
  5. Change Port
  6. Click OK
  7. Go to Application Pools
  8. Select the site pool
  9. Right-click the click Advance Settings
  10. Change the .Net CLR Version to "No Manage Code"
  11. Change the Identity to "ApplicationPoolIdentity"
  12. Go to Site home page then click "Authentication"
  13. Right-click to AnonymousAuthentication then click "Edit"
  14. Select Application Pool Identity
  15. Click ok
  16. boom!

for routes add a web.config

<configuration>
    <system.webServer>
        <rewrite>
            <rules>
                <rule name="React Routes" stopProcessing="true">
                    <match url=".*" />
                    <conditions logicalGrouping="MatchAll">
                        <add input="{REQUEST_FILENAME}" matchType="IsFile" negate="true" />
                        <add input="{REQUEST_FILENAME}" matchType="IsDirectory" negate="true" />
                        <add input="{REQUEST_URI}" pattern="^/(api)" negate="true" />
                    </conditions>
                    <action type="Rewrite" url="/" />
                </rule>
            </rules>
        </rewrite>
    </system.webServer>
</configuration>

How to check if variable is array?... or something array-like

Functions

<?php

/**
 * Is Array?
 * @param mixed $x
 * @return bool
 */
function isArray($x) : bool {
  return !isAssociative($x);
}

/**
 * Is Associative Array?
 * @param mixed $x
 * @return bool
 */
function isAssociative($x) : bool {
  if (!is_array($array)) {
    return false;
  }
  $i = count($array);
  while ($i > 0) {
    if (!isset($array[--$i])) {
      return true;
    }
  }
  return false;
}

Example

<?php

$arr = [ 'foo', 'bar' ];
$obj = [ 'foo' => 'bar' ];

var_dump(isAssociative($arr));
# bool(false)

var_dump(isAssociative($obj));
# bool(true)

var_dump(isArray($obj));
# bool(false)

var_dump(isArray($arr));
# bool(true)

Check if element is clickable in Selenium Java

There are certain things you have to take care:

  • WebDriverWait inconjunction with ExpectedConditions as elementToBeClickable() returns the WebElement once it is located and clickable i.e. visible and enabled.
  • In this process, WebDriverWait will ignore instances of NotFoundException that are encountered by default in the until condition.
  • Once the duration of the wait expires on the desired element not being located and clickable, will throw a timeout exception.
  • The different approach to address this issue are:
    • To invoke click() as soon as the element is returned, you can use:

      new WebDriverWait(driver, 10).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.xpath("(//div[@id='brandSlider']/div[1]/div/div/div/img)[50]"))).click();
      
    • To simply validate if the element is located and clickable, wrap up the WebDriverWait in a try-catch{} block as follows:

      try {
             new WebDriverWait(driver, 10).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.xpath("(//div[@id='brandSlider']/div[1]/div/div/div/img)[50]")));
             System.out.println("Element is clickable");
           }
      catch(TimeoutException e) {
             System.out.println("Element isn't clickable");
          }
      
    • If WebDriverWait returns the located and clickable element but the element is still not clickable, you need to invoke executeScript() method as follows:

      WebElement element = new WebDriverWait(driver, 10).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.xpath("(//div[@id='brandSlider']/div[1]/div/div/div/img)[50]"))); 
      ((JavascriptExecutor)driver).executeScript("arguments[0].click();", element);
      

std::string to float or double

   double myAtof ( string &num){
      double tmp;
      sscanf ( num.c_str(), "%lf" , &tmp);
      return tmp;
   }

How do I check if a given string is a legal/valid file name under Windows?

Regular expressions are overkill for this situation. You can use the String.IndexOfAny() method in combination with Path.GetInvalidPathChars() and Path.GetInvalidFileNameChars().

Also note that both Path.GetInvalidXXX() methods clone an internal array and return the clone. So if you're going to be doing this a lot (thousands and thousands of times) you can cache a copy of the invalid chars array for reuse.

Replace Fragment inside a ViewPager

As of November 13th 2012, repacing fragments in a ViewPager seems to have become a lot easier. Google released Android 4.2 with support for nested fragments, and it's also supported in the new Android Support Library v11 so this will work all the way back to 1.6

It's very similiar to the normal way of replacing a fragment except you use getChildFragmentManager. It seems to work except the nested fragment backstack isn't popped when the user clicks the back button. As per the solution in that linked question, you need to manually call the popBackStackImmediate() on the child manager of the fragment. So you need to override onBackPressed() of the ViewPager activity where you'll get the current fragment of the ViewPager and call getChildFragmentManager().popBackStackImmediate() on it.

Getting the Fragment currently being displayed is a bit hacky as well, I used this dirty "android:switcher:VIEWPAGER_ID:INDEX" solution but you can also keep track of all fragments of the ViewPager yourself as explained in the second solution on this page.

So here's my code for a ViewPager with 4 ListViews with a detail view shown in the ViewPager when the user clicks a row, and with the back button working. I tried to include just the relevant code for the sake of brevity so leave a comment if you want the full app uploaded to GitHub.

HomeActivity.java

 public class HomeActivity extends SherlockFragmentActivity {
FragmentAdapter mAdapter;
ViewPager mPager;
TabPageIndicator mIndicator;

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
    setContentView(R.layout.main);
    mAdapter = new FragmentAdapter(getSupportFragmentManager());
    mPager = (ViewPager)findViewById(R.id.pager);
    mPager.setAdapter(mAdapter);
    mIndicator = (TabPageIndicator)findViewById(R.id.indicator);
    mIndicator.setViewPager(mPager);
}

// This the important bit to make sure the back button works when you're nesting fragments. Very hacky, all it takes is some Google engineer to change that ViewPager view tag to break this in a future Android update.
@Override
public void onBackPressed() {
    Fragment fragment = (Fragment) getSupportFragmentManager().findFragmentByTag("android:switcher:" + R.id.pager + ":"+mPager.getCurrentItem());
    if (fragment != null) // could be null if not instantiated yet
    {
        if (fragment.getView() != null) {
            // Pop the backstack on the ChildManager if there is any. If not, close this activity as normal.
            if (!fragment.getChildFragmentManager().popBackStackImmediate()) {
                finish();
            }
        }
    }
}

class FragmentAdapter extends FragmentPagerAdapter {        
    public FragmentAdapter(FragmentManager fm) {
        super(fm);
    }

    @Override
    public Fragment getItem(int position) {
        switch (position) {
        case 0:
            return ListProductsFragment.newInstance();
        case 1:
            return ListActiveSubstancesFragment.newInstance();
        case 2:
            return ListProductFunctionsFragment.newInstance();
        case 3:
            return ListCropsFragment.newInstance();
        default:
            return null;
        }
    }

    @Override
    public int getCount() {
        return 4;
    }

 }
}

ListProductsFragment.java

public class ListProductsFragment extends SherlockFragment {
private ListView list;

public static ListProductsFragment newInstance() {
    ListProductsFragment f = new ListProductsFragment();
    return f;
}

@Override
public View onCreateView(LayoutInflater inflater, ViewGroup container, Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    View V = inflater.inflate(R.layout.list, container, false);
    list = (ListView)V.findViewById(android.R.id.list);
    list.setOnItemClickListener(new OnItemClickListener() {
        public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view,
            int position, long id) {
          // This is important bit
          Fragment productDetailFragment = FragmentProductDetail.newInstance();
          FragmentTransaction transaction = getChildFragmentManager().beginTransaction();
          transaction.addToBackStack(null);
          transaction.replace(R.id.products_list_linear, productDetailFragment).commit();
        }
      });       
    return V;
}
}

Why am I getting a FileNotFoundError?

Difficult to give code examples in the comments.

To read the words in the file, you can read the contents of the file, which gets you a string - this is what you were doing before, with the read() method - and then use split() to get the individual words. Split breaks up a String on the delimiter provided, or on whitespace by default. For example,

"the quick brown fox".split()

produces

['the', 'quick', 'brown', 'fox']

Similarly,

fileScan.read().split()

will give you an array of Strings. Hope that helps!

Rotate axis text in python matplotlib

My answer is inspired by cjohnson318's answer, but I didn't want to supply a hardcoded list of labels; I wanted to rotate the existing labels:

for tick in ax.get_xticklabels():
    tick.set_rotation(45)

How to skip the OPTIONS preflight request?

As what Ray said, you can stop it by modifying content-header like -

 $http.defaults.headers.post["Content-Type"] = "text/plain";

For Example -

angular.module('myApp').factory('User', ['$resource','$http',
    function($resource,$http){
        $http.defaults.headers.post["Content-Type"] = "text/plain";
        return $resource(API_ENGINE_URL+'user/:userId', {}, {
            query: {method:'GET', params:{userId:'users'}, isArray:true},
            getLoggedIn:{method:'GET'}
        });
    }]);

Or directly to a call -

var req = {
 method: 'POST',
 url: 'http://example.com',
 headers: {
   'Content-Type': 'text/plain'
 },
 data: { test: 'test' }
}

$http(req).then(function(){...}, function(){...});

This will not send any pre-flight option request.

NOTE: Request should not have any custom header parameter, If request header contains any custom header then browser will make pre-flight request, you cant avoid it.

Automatically run %matplotlib inline in IPython Notebook

Create any .py file in ~/.ipython/profile_default/startup/ containing

get_ipython().magic('matplotlib inline')

Android Device Chooser -- device not showing up

My device had disappeared from the adb devices list after connecting it to adb on another laptop.

I selected "Charge only" on the phone and then re-enabled USB debugging.

That resolved the problem for me.

How can I get a user's media from Instagram without authenticating as a user?

If you want to search users without having clientID and access token:

1: If you want to search all users having your names similar to your search word :

replace SeachName with text you want to search:

https://www.instagram.com/web/search/topsearch/?query=SearchName

2: if you want to search exact same name user :

replace UserName with your desired search Name:

https://www.instagram.com/UserName/?__a=1

Loading a .json file into c# program

As mentioned in the other answer I would recommend using json.NET. You can download the package using NuGet. Then to deserialize your json files into C# objects you can do something like;

   JsonSerializer serializer = new JsonSerializer();
   MyObject obj = serializer.Deserialize<MyObject>(File.ReadAllText(@".\path\to\json\config\file.json");

The above code assumes that you have something like

public class MyObject
{
    public string prop1 { get; set; };
    public string prop2 { get; set; };
}

And your json looks like;

{
      "prop1":"value1",
      "prop2":"value2"
}

I prefer using the generic deserialize method which will deserialize json into an object assuming that you provide it with a type who's definition matches the json's. If there are discrepancies between the two it could throw, or not set values, or just ignore things in the json, depends on what the problem is. If the json definition exactly matches the C# types definition then it just works.

Relative imports for the billionth time

Here is one solution that I would not recommend, but might be useful in some situations where modules were simply not generated:

import os
import sys
parent_dir_name = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)))
sys.path.append(parent_dir_name + "/your_dir")
import your_script
your_script.a_function()

Easiest way to read/write a file's content in Python

If you're open to using libraries, try installing forked-path (with either easy_install or pip).

Then you can do:

from path import path
s = path(filename).bytes()

This library is fairly new, but it's a fork of a library that's been floating around Python for years and has been used quite a bit. Since I found this library years ago, I very seldom use os.path or open() any more.

Check whether IIS is installed or not?

Check

Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Services --> IIS Admin

For reinstalling

How to remove and reinstall IIS 5.0, 5.1 and 6.0

AngularJS: Can't I set a variable value on ng-click?

If you are using latest versions of Angular (2/5/6) :

In your component.ts

//x.component.ts
prefs = false;

hidePrefs(){
   this.prefs = true;
}

When should I use Memcache instead of Memcached?

Memcached is a newer API, it also provides memcached as a session provider which could be great if you have a farm of server.

After the version is still really low 0.2 but I have used both and I didn't encounter major problem, so I would go to memcached since it's new.

Where is android_sdk_root? and how do I set it.?

Open the terminal and run the command: nano $HOME/.bashrc aggregate the follow line:

export ANDROID_HOME=$HOME/Android/Sdk
export ANDROID_SDK_ROOT=$HOME/Android/Sdk
export PATH=$PATH:$ANDROID_HOME/tools
export PATH=$PATH:$ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools

Ctrl+o save and ctrl+x close.

And run the command:

source $HOME/.bashrc

echo $ANDROID_SDK_ROOT

How do I validate a date in this format (yyyy-mm-dd) using jquery?

Just use Date constructor to compare with string input:

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function isDate(str) {_x000D_
  return 'string' === typeof str && (dt = new Date(str)) && !isNaN(dt) && str === dt.toISOString().substr(0, 10);_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2018-08-09"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2008-23-03"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("0000-00-00"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2002-02-29"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2004-02-29"));
_x000D_
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Edited: Responding to one of the comments

Hi, it does not work on IE8 do you have a solution for – Mehdi Jalal

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function pad(n) {_x000D_
  return (10 > n ? ('0' + n) : (n));_x000D_
}_x000D_
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function isDate(str) {_x000D_
  if ('string' !== typeof str || !/\d{4}\-\d{2}\-\d{2}/.test(str)) {_x000D_
    return false;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
  var dt = new Date(str.replace(/\-/g, '/'));_x000D_
  return dt && !isNaN(dt) && 0 === str.localeCompare([dt.getFullYear(), pad(1 + dt.getMonth()), pad(dt.getDate())].join('-'));_x000D_
}_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2018-08-09"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2008-23-03"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("0000-00-00"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2002-02-29"));_x000D_
console.log(isDate("2004-02-29"));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

CMake error at CMakeLists.txt:30 (project): No CMAKE_C_COMPILER could be found

Look in the Cmakelists.txt if you find ARM you need to install C++ for ARM

It's these packages:

C++ Universal Windows Platform for ARM64 "Not Required"

Visual C++ Compilers and libraries for ARM "Not Required"

Visual C++ Compilers and libraries for ARM64 "Very Likely Required"

Required for finding Threads on ARM 
enable_language(C) 
enable_language(CXX)

Then the problems

No CMAKE_C_COMPILER could be found.

No CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER could be found.

Might disappear unless you specify c compiler like clang, and maybe installing clang will work in other favour.

You can with optional remove in cmakelists.txt both with # before enable_language if you are not compiling for ARM.

How to make the background image to fit into the whole page without repeating using plain css?

These three line all together worked for me.

background-image: url("pages/images/backImage.png");
background-size: 100%;
background-repeat: no-repeat;

PHPExcel auto size column width

foreach(range('B','G') as $columnID)
{
    $objPHPExcel->getActiveSheet()->getColumnDimension($columnID)->setAutoSize(true);
}

Simplest JQuery validation rules example

The examples contained in this blog post do the trick.

How to upload and parse a CSV file in php

function doParseCSVFile($filesArray)
    {
        if ((file_exists($filesArray['frmUpload']['name'])) && (is_readable($filesArray['frmUpload']['name']))) { 

            $strFilePath = $filesArray['frmUpload']['tmp_name']; 

            $strFileHandle = fopen($strFilePath,"r");
            $line_of_text = fgetcsv($strFileHandle,1024,",","'"); 
            $line_of_text = fgetcsv($strFileHandle,1024,",","'"); 

            do { 
                if ($line_of_text[0]) { 
                    $strInsertSql = "INSERT INTO tbl_employee(employee_name, employee_code, employee_email, employee_designation, employee_number)VALUES('".addslashes($line_of_text[0])."', '".$line_of_text[1]."', '".addslashes($line_of_text[2])."', '".$line_of_text[3]."', '".$line_of_text[4]."')";
                    ExecuteQry($strInsertSql);
                }               
            } while (($line_of_text = fgetcsv($strFileHandle,1024,",","'"))!== FALSE);

        } else {
            return FALSE;
        }
    }

Input placeholders for Internet Explorer

  • Works only for IE9+

The following solution binds to input text elements with the placeholder attribute. It emulates a placeholder behaviour just for IE and clears the input's value field on submit if it is not changed.

Add this script and IE would seem to support HTML5 placeholders.

  $(function() {
  //Run this script only for IE
  if (navigator.appName === "Microsoft Internet Explorer") {
    $("input[type=text]").each(function() {
      var p;
     // Run this script only for input field with placeholder attribute
      if (p = $(this).attr('placeholder')) {
      // Input field's value attribute gets the placeholder value.
        $(this).val(p);
        $(this).css('color', 'gray');
        // On selecting the field, if value is the same as placeholder, it should become blank
        $(this).focus(function() {
          if (p === $(this).val()) {
            return $(this).val('');
          }
        });
         // On exiting field, if value is blank, it should be assigned the value of placeholder
        $(this).blur(function() {
          if ($(this).val() === '') {
            return $(this).val(p);
          }
        });
      }
    });
    $("input[type=password]").each(function() {
      var e_id, p;
      if (p = $(this).attr('placeholder')) {
        e_id = $(this).attr('id');
        // change input type so that the text is displayed
        document.getElementById(e_id).type = 'text';
        $(this).val(p);
        $(this).focus(function() {
          // change input type so that password is not displayed
          document.getElementById(e_id).type = 'password';
          if (p === $(this).val()) {
            return $(this).val('');
          }
        });
        $(this).blur(function() {
          if ($(this).val() === '') {
            document.getElementById(e_id).type = 'text';
            $(this).val(p);
          }
        });
      }
    });
    $('form').submit(function() {
      //Interrupt submission to blank out input fields with placeholder values
      $("input[type=text]").each(function() {
        if ($(this).val() === $(this).attr('placeholder')) {
          $(this).val('');
        }
      });
     $("input[type=password]").each(function() {
        if ($(this).val() === $(this).attr('placeholder')) {
           $(this).val('');
        }
      });
    });
  }
});

How to read and write into file using JavaScript?

Here is write solution for chrome v52+ (user still need to select a destination doe...)
source: StreamSaver.js

<!-- load StreamSaver.js before streams polyfill to detect support -->
<script src="StreamSaver.js"></script>
<script src="https://wzrd.in/standalone/web-streams-polyfill@latest"></script>
const writeStream = streamSaver.createWriteStream('filename.txt')
const encoder = new TextEncoder
let data = 'a'.repeat(1024)
let uint8array = encoder.encode(data + "\n\n")

writeStream.write(uint8array) // must be uInt8array
writeStream.close()

Best suited for writing large data generated on client side.
Otherwise I suggest using FileSaver.js to save Blob/Files

MongoDb query condition on comparing 2 fields

You can use a $where. Just be aware it will be fairly slow (has to execute Javascript code on every record) so combine with indexed queries if you can.

db.T.find( { $where: function() { return this.Grade1 > this.Grade2 } } );

or more compact:

db.T.find( { $where : "this.Grade1 > this.Grade2" } );

UPD for mongodb v.3.6+

you can use $expr as described in recent answer

Python: How to remove empty lists from a list?

I found this question because I wanted to do the same as the OP. I would like to add the following observation:

The iterative way (user225312, Sven Marnach):

list2 = [x for x in list1 if x]

Will return a list object in python3 and python2 . Instead the filter way (lunaryorn, Imran) will differently behave over versions:

list2 = filter(None, list1)

It will return a filter object in python3 and a list in python2 (see this question found at the same time). This is a slight difference but it must be take in account when developing compatible scripts.

This does not make any assumption about performances of those solutions. Anyway the filter object can be reverted to a list using:

list3 = list(list2)

Concatenating variables in Bash

Try doing this, there's no special character to concatenate in bash :

mystring="${arg1}12${arg2}endoffile"

explanations

If you don't put brackets, you will ask to concatenate $arg112 + $argendoffile (I guess that's not what you asked) like in the following example :

mystring="$arg112$arg2endoffile"

The brackets are delimiters for the variables when needed. When not needed, you can use it or not.

another solution

(less portable : require bash > 3.1)

$ arg1=foo
$ arg2=bar
$ mystring="$arg1"
$ mystring+="12"
$ mystring+="$arg2"
$ mystring+="endoffile"
$ echo "$mystring"
foo12barendoffile

See http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashFAQ/013

Python: count repeated elements in the list

You can do that using count:

my_dict = {i:MyList.count(i) for i in MyList}

>>> print my_dict     #or print(my_dict) in python-3.x
{'a': 3, 'c': 3, 'b': 1}

Or using collections.Counter:

from collections import Counter

a = dict(Counter(MyList))

>>> print a           #or print(a) in python-3.x
{'a': 3, 'c': 3, 'b': 1}

Can we use JSch for SSH key-based communication?

It is possible. Have a look at JSch.addIdentity(...)

This allows you to use key either as byte array or to read it from file.

import com.jcraft.jsch.Channel;
import com.jcraft.jsch.ChannelSftp;
import com.jcraft.jsch.JSch;
import com.jcraft.jsch.Session;

public class UserAuthPubKey {
    public static void main(String[] arg) {
        try {
            JSch jsch = new JSch();

            String user = "tjill";
            String host = "192.18.0.246";
            int port = 10022;
            String privateKey = ".ssh/id_rsa";

            jsch.addIdentity(privateKey);
            System.out.println("identity added ");

            Session session = jsch.getSession(user, host, port);
            System.out.println("session created.");

            // disabling StrictHostKeyChecking may help to make connection but makes it insecure
            // see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/30178936/jsch-sftp-security-with-session-setconfigstricthostkeychecking-no
            // 
            // java.util.Properties config = new java.util.Properties();
            // config.put("StrictHostKeyChecking", "no");
            // session.setConfig(config);

            session.connect();
            System.out.println("session connected.....");

            Channel channel = session.openChannel("sftp");
            channel.setInputStream(System.in);
            channel.setOutputStream(System.out);
            channel.connect();
            System.out.println("shell channel connected....");

            ChannelSftp c = (ChannelSftp) channel;

            String fileName = "test.txt";
            c.put(fileName, "./in/");
            c.exit();
            System.out.println("done");

        } catch (Exception e) {
            System.err.println(e);
        }
    }
}

Check if a user has scrolled to the bottom

Here's my two cents as the accepted answer didn't work for me.

var documentAtBottom = (document.documentElement.scrollTop + window.innerHeight) >= document.documentElement.scrollHeight;

Split string to equal length substrings in Java

A StringBuilder version:

public static List<String> getChunks(String s, int chunkSize)
{
 List<String> chunks = new ArrayList<>();
 StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder(s);

while(!(sb.length() ==0)) 
{           
   chunks.add(sb.substring(0, chunkSize));
   sb.delete(0, chunkSize);

}
return chunks;

}

Strings in C, how to get subString

I think it's easy way... but I don't know how I can pass the result variable directly then I create a local char array as temp and return it.

char* substr(char *buff, uint8_t start,uint8_t len, char* substr)
{
    strncpy(substr, buff+start, len);
    substr[len] = 0;
    return substr;
}

How can I get dict from sqlite query?

Dictionaries in python provide arbitrary access to their elements. So any dictionary with "names" although it might be informative on one hand (a.k.a. what are the field names) "un-orders" the fields, which might be unwanted.

Best approach is to get the names in a separate list and then combine them with the results by yourself, if needed.

try:
         mycursor = self.memconn.cursor()
         mycursor.execute('''SELECT * FROM maintbl;''')
         #first get the names, because they will be lost after retrieval of rows
         names = list(map(lambda x: x[0], mycursor.description))
         manyrows = mycursor.fetchall()

         return manyrows, names

Also remember that the names, in all approaches, are the names you provided in the query, not the names in database. Exception is the SELECT * FROM

If your only concern is to get the results using a dictionary, then definitely use the conn.row_factory = sqlite3.Row (already stated in another answer).

Visual Studio 2015 installer hangs during install?

I had the same problem when I tried to install VS 2015 RC from ISO. It got stuck during Android SDK Setup (API Level 19 & 21, System Images). For me the problem was metered Wi-Fi connection. The installer didn't download necessary files.

Turning off the Internet connection resolved the problem. When installation finished, it said that some components were not installed and it will try to download and install them later.

window.onunload is not working properly in Chrome browser. Can any one help me?

The onunload event won't fire if the onload event did not fire. Unfortunately the onload event waits for all binary content (e.g. images) to load, and inline scripts run before the onload event fires. DOMContentLoaded fires when the page is visible, before onload does. And it is now standard in HTML 5, and you can test for browser support but note this requires the <!DOCTYPE html> (at least in Chrome). However, I can not find a corresponding event for unloading the DOM. And such a hypothetical event might not work because some browsers may keep the DOM around to perform the "restore tab" feature.

The only potential solution I found so far is the Page Visibility API, which appears to require the <!DOCTYPE html>.

forward declaration of a struct in C?

A struct (without a typedef) often needs to (or should) be with the keyword struct when used.

struct A;                      // forward declaration
void function( struct A *a );  // using the 'incomplete' type only as pointer

If you typedef your struct you can leave out the struct keyword.

typedef struct A A;          // forward declaration *and* typedef
void function( A *a );

Note that it is legal to reuse the struct name

Try changing the forward declaration to this in your code:

typedef struct context context;

It might be more readable to do add a suffix to indicate struct name and type name:

typedef struct context_s context_t;

Redirect stdout to a file in Python?

Quoted from PEP 343 -- The "with" Statement (added import statement):

Redirect stdout temporarily:

import sys
from contextlib import contextmanager
@contextmanager
def stdout_redirected(new_stdout):
    save_stdout = sys.stdout
    sys.stdout = new_stdout
    try:
        yield None
    finally:
        sys.stdout = save_stdout

Used as follows:

with open(filename, "w") as f:
    with stdout_redirected(f):
        print "Hello world"

This isn't thread-safe, of course, but neither is doing this same dance manually. In single-threaded programs (for example in scripts) it is a popular way of doing things.

jquery $(window).height() is returning the document height

Here's a question and answer for this: Difference between screen.availHeight and window.height()

Has pics too, so you can actually see the differences. Hope this helps.

Basically, $(window).height() give you the maximum height inside of the browser window (viewport), and$(document).height() gives you the height of the document inside of the browser. Most of the time, they will be exactly the same, even with scrollbars.

ReadFile in Base64 Nodejs

var fs = require('fs');

function base64Encode(file) {
    var body = fs.readFileSync(file);
    return body.toString('base64');
}


var base64String = base64Encode('test.jpg');
console.log(base64String);

Create array of regex matches

Here's a simple example:

Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile(regexPattern);
List<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();
Matcher m = pattern.matcher(input);
while (m.find()) {
    list.add(m.group());
}

(if you have more capturing groups, you can refer to them by their index as an argument of the group method. If you need an array, then use list.toArray())

logger configuration to log to file and print to stdout

Logging to stdout and rotating file with different levels and formats:

import logging
import logging.handlers
import sys

if __name__ == "__main__":

    # Change root logger level from WARNING (default) to NOTSET in order for all messages to be delegated.
    logging.getLogger().setLevel(logging.NOTSET)

    # Add stdout handler, with level INFO
    console = logging.StreamHandler(sys.stdout)
    console.setLevel(logging.INFO)
    formater = logging.Formatter('%(name)-13s: %(levelname)-8s %(message)s')
    console.setFormatter(formater)
    logging.getLogger().addHandler(console)

    # Add file rotating handler, with level DEBUG
    rotatingHandler = logging.handlers.RotatingFileHandler(filename='rotating.log', maxBytes=1000, backupCount=5)
    rotatingHandler.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
    formatter = logging.Formatter('%(asctime)s - %(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s')
    rotatingHandler.setFormatter(formatter)
    logging.getLogger().addHandler(rotatingHandler)

    log = logging.getLogger("app." + __name__)

    log.debug('Debug message, should only appear in the file.')
    log.info('Info message, should appear in file and stdout.')
    log.warning('Warning message, should appear in file and stdout.')
    log.error('Error message, should appear in file and stdout.')

How do you upload a file to a document library in sharepoint?

try
{
    //Variablen für die Verarbeitung
    string source_file = @"C:\temp\offer.pdf";
    string web_url = "https://stackoverflow.sharepoint.com";
    string library_name = "Documents";
    string admin_name = "[email protected]";
    string admin_password = "Password";

    //Verbindung mit den Login-Daten herstellen
    var sercured_password = new SecureString();
    foreach (var c in admin_password) sercured_password.AppendChar(c);
    SharePointOnlineCredentials credent = new 
    SharePointOnlineCredentials(admin_name, sercured_password);

    //Context mit Credentials erstellen
    ClientContext context = new ClientContext(web_url);
    context.Credentials = credent;

    //Bibliothek festlegen
    var library = context.Web.Lists.GetByTitle(library_name);

    //Ausgewählte Datei laden
    FileStream fs = System.IO.File.OpenRead(source_file);

    //Dateinamen aus Pfad ermitteln
    string source_filename = Path.GetFileName(source_file);

    //Datei ins SharePoint-Verzeichnis hochladen
    FileCreationInformation fci = new FileCreationInformation();
    fci.Overwrite = true;
    fci.ContentStream = fs;
    fci.Url = source_filename;
    var file_upload = library.RootFolder.Files.Add(fci);

    //Ausführen
    context.Load(file_upload);
    context.ExecuteQuery();
    
    //Datenübertragen schließen
    fs.Close();
}
catch (Exception ex)
{
    MessageBox.Show(ex.Message, "Fehler");
    throw;
}

Searching for file in directories recursively

Try the following method:

public static IEnumerable<string> GetXMLFiles(string directory)
{
    List<string> files = new List<string>();

    try
    {
        files.AddRange(Directory.GetFiles(directory, "*.xml", SearchOption.AllDirectories));
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(ex.Message);
    }

    return files;
}

Adding new files to a subversion repository

Normally svn add * works. But if you get message like svn: warning: W150002: due to mix off versioned and non-versioned files in working copy. Use this command:

svn add <path to directory> --force

or

svn add * --force

When should we use Observer and Observable?

"I tried to figure out, why exactly we need Observer and Observable"

As previous answers already stated, they provide means of subscribing an observer to receive automatic notifications of an observable.

One example application where this may be useful is in data binding, let's say you have some UI that edits some data, and you want the UI to react when the data is updated, you can make your data observable, and subscribe your UI components to the data

Knockout.js is a MVVM javascript framework that has a great getting started tutorial, to see more observables in action I really recommend going through the tutorial. http://learn.knockoutjs.com/

I also found this article in Visual Studio 2008 start page (The Observer Pattern is the foundation of Model View Controller (MVC) development) http://visualstudiomagazine.com/articles/2013/08/14/the-observer-pattern-in-net.aspx

Capture characters from standard input without waiting for enter to be pressed

I always wanted a loop to read my input without pressing return key. this worked for me.

#include<stdio.h>
 main()
 {
   char ch;
    system("stty raw");//seting the terminal in raw mode
    while(1)
     {
     ch=getchar();
      if(ch=='~'){          //terminate or come out of raw mode on "~" pressed
      system("stty cooked");
     //while(1);//you may still run the code 
     exit(0); //or terminate
     }
       printf("you pressed %c\n ",ch);  //write rest code here
      }

    }

How do I change the hover over color for a hover over table in Bootstrap?

.table-hover tbody tr:hover td {
    background: aqua;
}

this is the best solution i can gice so far.it works out perfectly in such scena

Sleep function in Windows, using C

Include the following function at the start of your code, whenever you want to busy wait. This is distinct from sleep, because the process will be utilizing 100% cpu while this function is running.

void sleep(unsigned int mseconds)
{
    clock_t goal = mseconds + clock();
    while (goal > clock())
        ;
}

Note that the name sleep for this function is misleading, since the CPU will not be sleeping at all.

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

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

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

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

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

Comparing strings in C# with OR in an if statement

use if (testString.Equals(testString2)).

How do I change the default application icon in Java?

    /** Creates new form Java Program1*/
    public Java Program1() 


    Image im = null;
    try {
    im = ImageIO.read(getClass().getResource("/image location"));
    } catch (IOException ex) {
    Logger.getLogger(chat.class.getName()).log(Level.SEVERE, null, ex);
    }
    setIconImage(im);

This is what I used in the GUI in netbeans and it worked perfectly

Count number of files within a directory in Linux?

this is one:

ls -l . | egrep -c '^-'

Note:

ls -1 | wc -l

Which means: ls: list files in dir

-1: (that's a ONE) only one entry per line. Change it to -1a if you want hidden files too

|: pipe output onto...

wc: "wordcount"

-l: count lines.

How to create an integer array in Python?

If you need to initialize an array fast, you might do it by blocks instead of with a generator initializer, and it's going to be much faster. Creating a list by [0]*count is just as fast, still.

import array

def zerofill(arr, count):
    count *= arr.itemsize
    blocksize = 1024
    blocks, rest = divmod(count, blocksize)
    for _ in xrange(blocks):
        arr.fromstring("\x00"*blocksize)
    arr.fromstring("\x00"*rest)

def test_zerofill(count):
    iarr = array.array('i')
    zerofill(iarr, count)
    assert len(iarr) == count

def test_generator(count):
    iarr = array.array('i', (0 for _ in xrange(count)))
    assert len(iarr) == count

def test_list(count):
    L = [0]*count
    assert len(L) == count

if __name__ == '__main__':
    import timeit
    c = 100000
    n = 10
    print timeit.Timer("test(c)", "from __main__ import c, test_zerofill as test").repeat(number=n)
    print timeit.Timer("test(c)", "from __main__ import c, test_generator as test").repeat(number=n)
    print timeit.Timer("test(c)", "from __main__ import c, test_list as test").repeat(number=n)

Results:

(array in blocks) [0.022809982299804688, 0.014942169189453125, 0.014089107513427734]
(array with generator) [1.1884641647338867, 1.1728270053863525, 1.1622772216796875]
(list) [0.023866891860961914, 0.035660028457641602, 0.023386955261230469]

Java String remove all non numeric characters

I would use a regex.

String text = "-jaskdh2367sd.27askjdfh23";
String digits = text.replaceAll("[^0-9.]", "");
System.out.println(digits);

prints

2367.2723

You might like to keep - as well for negative numbers.

Find the nth occurrence of substring in a string

I'm offering some benchmarking results comparing the most prominent approaches presented so far, namely @bobince's findnth() (based on str.split()) vs. @tgamblin's or @Mark Byers' find_nth() (based on str.find()). I will also compare with a C extension (_find_nth.so) to see how fast we can go. Here is find_nth.py:

def findnth(haystack, needle, n):
    parts= haystack.split(needle, n+1)
    if len(parts)<=n+1:
        return -1
    return len(haystack)-len(parts[-1])-len(needle)

def find_nth(s, x, n=0, overlap=False):
    l = 1 if overlap else len(x)
    i = -l
    for c in xrange(n + 1):
        i = s.find(x, i + l)
        if i < 0:
            break
    return i

Of course, performance matters most if the string is large, so suppose we want to find the 1000001st newline ('\n') in a 1.3 GB file called 'bigfile'. To save memory, we would like to work on an mmap.mmap object representation of the file:

In [1]: import _find_nth, find_nth, mmap

In [2]: f = open('bigfile', 'r')

In [3]: mm = mmap.mmap(f.fileno(), 0, access=mmap.ACCESS_READ)

There is already the first problem with findnth(), since mmap.mmap objects don't support split(). So we actually have to copy the whole file into memory:

In [4]: %time s = mm[:]
CPU times: user 813 ms, sys: 3.25 s, total: 4.06 s
Wall time: 17.7 s

Ouch! Fortunately s still fits in the 4 GB of memory of my Macbook Air, so let's benchmark findnth():

In [5]: %timeit find_nth.findnth(s, '\n', 1000000)
1 loops, best of 3: 29.9 s per loop

Clearly a terrible performance. Let's see how the approach based on str.find() does:

In [6]: %timeit find_nth.find_nth(s, '\n', 1000000)
1 loops, best of 3: 774 ms per loop

Much better! Clearly, findnth()'s problem is that it is forced to copy the string during split(), which is already the second time we copied the 1.3 GB of data around after s = mm[:]. Here comes in the second advantage of find_nth(): We can use it on mm directly, such that zero copies of the file are required:

In [7]: %timeit find_nth.find_nth(mm, '\n', 1000000)
1 loops, best of 3: 1.21 s per loop

There appears to be a small performance penalty operating on mm vs. s, but this illustrates that find_nth() can get us an answer in 1.2 s compared to findnth's total of 47 s.

I found no cases where the str.find() based approach was significantly worse than the str.split() based approach, so at this point, I would argue that @tgamblin's or @Mark Byers' answer should be accepted instead of @bobince's.

In my testing, the version of find_nth() above was the fastest pure Python solution I could come up with (very similar to @Mark Byers' version). Let's see how much better we can do with a C extension module. Here is _find_nthmodule.c:

#include <Python.h>
#include <string.h>

off_t _find_nth(const char *buf, size_t l, char c, int n) {
    off_t i;
    for (i = 0; i < l; ++i) {
        if (buf[i] == c && n-- == 0) {
            return i;
        }
    }
    return -1;
}

off_t _find_nth2(const char *buf, size_t l, char c, int n) {
    const char *b = buf - 1;
    do {
        b = memchr(b + 1, c, l);
        if (!b) return -1;
    } while (n--);
    return b - buf;
}

/* mmap_object is private in mmapmodule.c - replicate beginning here */
typedef struct {
    PyObject_HEAD
    char *data;
    size_t size;
} mmap_object;

typedef struct {
    const char *s;
    size_t l;
    char c;
    int n;
} params;

int parse_args(PyObject *args, params *P) {
    PyObject *obj;
    const char *x;

    if (!PyArg_ParseTuple(args, "Osi", &obj, &x, &P->n)) {
        return 1;
    }
    PyTypeObject *type = Py_TYPE(obj);

    if (type == &PyString_Type) {
        P->s = PyString_AS_STRING(obj);
        P->l = PyString_GET_SIZE(obj);
    } else if (!strcmp(type->tp_name, "mmap.mmap")) {
        mmap_object *m_obj = (mmap_object*) obj;
        P->s = m_obj->data;
        P->l = m_obj->size;
    } else {
        PyErr_SetString(PyExc_TypeError, "Cannot obtain char * from argument 0");
        return 1;
    }
    P->c = x[0];
    return 0;
}

static PyObject* py_find_nth(PyObject *self, PyObject *args) {
    params P;
    if (!parse_args(args, &P)) {
        return Py_BuildValue("i", _find_nth(P.s, P.l, P.c, P.n));
    } else {
        return NULL;    
    }
}

static PyObject* py_find_nth2(PyObject *self, PyObject *args) {
    params P;
    if (!parse_args(args, &P)) {
        return Py_BuildValue("i", _find_nth2(P.s, P.l, P.c, P.n));
    } else {
        return NULL;    
    }
}

static PyMethodDef methods[] = {
    {"find_nth", py_find_nth, METH_VARARGS, ""},
    {"find_nth2", py_find_nth2, METH_VARARGS, ""},
    {0}
};

PyMODINIT_FUNC init_find_nth(void) {
    Py_InitModule("_find_nth", methods);
}

Here is the setup.py file:

from distutils.core import setup, Extension
module = Extension('_find_nth', sources=['_find_nthmodule.c'])
setup(ext_modules=[module])

Install as usual with python setup.py install. The C code plays at an advantage here since it is limited to finding single characters, but let's see how fast this is:

In [8]: %timeit _find_nth.find_nth(mm, '\n', 1000000)
1 loops, best of 3: 218 ms per loop

In [9]: %timeit _find_nth.find_nth(s, '\n', 1000000)
1 loops, best of 3: 216 ms per loop

In [10]: %timeit _find_nth.find_nth2(mm, '\n', 1000000)
1 loops, best of 3: 307 ms per loop

In [11]: %timeit _find_nth.find_nth2(s, '\n', 1000000)
1 loops, best of 3: 304 ms per loop

Clearly quite a bit faster still. Interestingly, there is no difference on the C level between the in-memory and mmapped cases. It is also interesting to see that _find_nth2(), which is based on string.h's memchr() library function, loses out against the straightforward implementation in _find_nth(): The additional "optimizations" in memchr() are apparently backfiring...

In conclusion, the implementation in findnth() (based on str.split()) is really a bad idea, since (a) it performs terribly for larger strings due to the required copying, and (b) it doesn't work on mmap.mmap objects at all. The implementation in find_nth() (based on str.find()) should be preferred in all circumstances (and therefore be the accepted answer to this question).

There is still quite a bit of room for improvement, since the C extension ran almost a factor of 4 faster than the pure Python code, indicating that there might be a case for a dedicated Python library function.

Remove duplicate elements from array in Ruby

Try using the XOR operator, without using built-in functions:

a = [3,2,3,2,3,5,6,7].sort!

result = a.reject.with_index do |ele,index|
  res = (a[index+1] ^ ele)
  res == 0
end

print result

With built-in functions:

a = [3,2,3,2,3,5,6,7]

a.uniq

Python loop that also accesses previous and next values

AFAIK this should be pretty fast, but I didn't test it:

def iterate_prv_nxt(my_list):
    prv, cur, nxt = None, iter(my_list), iter(my_list)
    next(nxt, None)

    while True:
        try:
            if prv:
                yield next(prv), next(cur), next(nxt, None)
            else:
                yield None, next(cur), next(nxt, None)
                prv = iter(my_list)
        except StopIteration:
            break

Example usage:

>>> my_list = ['a', 'b', 'c']
>>> for prv, cur, nxt in iterate_prv_nxt(my_list):
...    print prv, cur, nxt
... 
None a b
a b c
b c None

Convert python datetime to timestamp in milliseconds

For those who searches for an answer without parsing and loosing milliseconds, given dt_obj is a datetime:

python3 only, elegant

int(dt_obj.timestamp() * 1000)

both python2 and python3 compatible:

import time

int(time.mktime(dt_obj.utctimetuple()) * 1000 + dt_obj.microsecond / 1000)

mysql.h file can't be found

For CentOS/RHEL:

yum install mysql-devel -y

How to refresh activity after changing language (Locale) inside application

Call this method to change app locale:

public void settingLocale(Context context, String language) {

    Locale locale;

    Configuration config = new Configuration();

     if(language.equals(LANGUAGE_ENGLISH)) {

        locale = new Locale("en");

        Locale.setDefault(locale);

        config.locale = locale;

    }else if(language.equals(LANGUAGE_ARABIC)){

        locale = new Locale("hi");

        Locale.setDefault(locale);

        config.locale = locale;

    }

    context.getResources().updateConfiguration(config, null);

    // Here again set the text on view to reflect locale change

    // and it will pick resource from new locale

    tv1.setText(R.string.one); //tv1 is textview in my activity

}

Note: Put your strings in value and values- folder.

C# get string from textbox

to get value of textbox

   string username = TextBox1.Text;
   string password = TextBox2.Text;

to set value of textbox

  TextBox1.Text = "my_username";
   TextBox2.Text = "12345";

Node.js throws "btoa is not defined" error

Same problem with the 'script' plugin in the Atom editor, which is an old version of node, not having btoa(), nor atob(), nor does it support the Buffer datatype. Following code does the trick:

_x000D_
_x000D_
var Base64 = new function() {_x000D_
  var keyStr = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/="_x000D_
  this.encode = function(input) {_x000D_
    var output = "";_x000D_
    var chr1, chr2, chr3, enc1, enc2, enc3, enc4;_x000D_
    var i = 0;_x000D_
    input = Base64._utf8_encode(input);_x000D_
    while (i < input.length) {_x000D_
      chr1 = input.charCodeAt(i++);_x000D_
      chr2 = input.charCodeAt(i++);_x000D_
      chr3 = input.charCodeAt(i++);_x000D_
      enc1 = chr1 >> 2;_x000D_
      enc2 = ((chr1 & 3) << 4) | (chr2 >> 4);_x000D_
      enc3 = ((chr2 & 15) << 2) | (chr3 >> 6);_x000D_
      enc4 = chr3 & 63;_x000D_
      if (isNaN(chr2)) {_x000D_
        enc3 = enc4 = 64;_x000D_
      } else if (isNaN(chr3)) {_x000D_
        enc4 = 64;_x000D_
      }_x000D_
      output = output + keyStr.charAt(enc1) + keyStr.charAt(enc2) + keyStr.charAt(enc3) + keyStr.charAt(enc4);_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    return output;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  this.decode = function(input) {_x000D_
    var output = "";_x000D_
    var chr1, chr2, chr3;_x000D_
    var enc1, enc2, enc3, enc4;_x000D_
    var i = 0;_x000D_
    input = input.replace(/[^A-Za-z0-9\+\/\=]/g, "");_x000D_
    while (i < input.length) {_x000D_
      enc1 = keyStr.indexOf(input.charAt(i++));_x000D_
      enc2 = keyStr.indexOf(input.charAt(i++));_x000D_
      enc3 = keyStr.indexOf(input.charAt(i++));_x000D_
      enc4 = keyStr.indexOf(input.charAt(i++));_x000D_
      chr1 = (enc1 << 2) | (enc2 >> 4);_x000D_
      chr2 = ((enc2 & 15) << 4) | (enc3 >> 2);_x000D_
      chr3 = ((enc3 & 3) << 6) | enc4;_x000D_
      output = output + String.fromCharCode(chr1);_x000D_
      if (enc3 != 64) {_x000D_
        output = output + String.fromCharCode(chr2);_x000D_
      }_x000D_
      if (enc4 != 64) {_x000D_
        output = output + String.fromCharCode(chr3);_x000D_
      }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    output = Base64._utf8_decode(output);_x000D_
    return output;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  this._utf8_encode = function(string) {_x000D_
    string = string.replace(/\r\n/g, "\n");_x000D_
    var utftext = "";_x000D_
    for (var n = 0; n < string.length; n++) {_x000D_
      var c = string.charCodeAt(n);_x000D_
      if (c < 128) {_x000D_
        utftext += String.fromCharCode(c);_x000D_
      } else if ((c > 127) && (c < 2048)) {_x000D_
        utftext += String.fromCharCode((c >> 6) | 192);_x000D_
        utftext += String.fromCharCode((c & 63) | 128);_x000D_
      } else {_x000D_
        utftext += String.fromCharCode((c >> 12) | 224);_x000D_
        utftext += String.fromCharCode(((c >> 6) & 63) | 128);_x000D_
        utftext += String.fromCharCode((c & 63) | 128);_x000D_
      }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    return utftext;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
_x000D_
  this._utf8_decode = function(utftext) {_x000D_
    var string = "";_x000D_
    var i = 0;_x000D_
    var c = 0,_x000D_
      c1 = 0,_x000D_
      c2 = 0,_x000D_
      c3 = 0;_x000D_
    while (i < utftext.length) {_x000D_
      c = utftext.charCodeAt(i);_x000D_
      if (c < 128) {_x000D_
        string += String.fromCharCode(c);_x000D_
        i++;_x000D_
      } else if ((c > 191) && (c < 224)) {_x000D_
        c2 = utftext.charCodeAt(i + 1);_x000D_
        string += String.fromCharCode(((c & 31) << 6) | (c2 & 63));_x000D_
        i += 2;_x000D_
      } else {_x000D_
        c2 = utftext.charCodeAt(i + 1);_x000D_
        c3 = utftext.charCodeAt(i + 2);_x000D_
        string += String.fromCharCode(((c & 15) << 12) | ((c2 & 63) << 6) | (c3 & 63));_x000D_
        i += 3;_x000D_
      }_x000D_
    }_x000D_
    return string;_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}()_x000D_
_x000D_
var btoa = Base64.encode;_x000D_
var atob = Base64.decode;_x000D_
_x000D_
console.log("btoa('A') = " + btoa('A'));_x000D_
console.log("btoa('QQ==') = " + atob('QQ=='));_x000D_
console.log("btoa('B') = " + btoa('B'));_x000D_
console.log("btoa('Qg==') = " + atob('Qg=='));
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

How I can get web page's content and save it into the string variable

Webclient client = new Webclient();
string content = client.DownloadString(url);

Pass the URL of page who you want to get. You can parse the result using htmlagilitypack.

How to get rid of the "No bootable medium found!" error in Virtual Box?

Follow the steps below:

1) Select your VM Instance. Go to Settings->Storage

2) Under the storage tree select the default image or "Empty"(which ever is present)

3) Under the attributes frame, click on the CD image and select "Choose a virtual CD/DVD disk file"

4) Browse and select the image file(iso or what ever format) from the system

5) Select OK.

Abishek's solution is correct. But the highlighted area in 2nd image could be misleading.

JQuery - File attributes

The input.files attribute is an HTML5 feature. That's why some browsers din't return anything. Simply add a fallback to the plain old input.value (string) if files doesn't exist.

reference: http://www.w3.org/TR/2012/WD-html5-20121025/common-input-element-apis.html#dom-input-files

How do you create a remote Git branch?

Here is how you do it in eclipse through Egit.

  1. Go the "Git Repository Exploring" view and expand the git project to which you want to create a branch. Under Branches -> Local .. select the branch for which you want to create the branch ( In my case I selected master .. you can select another branch if you wish) .. then right click and click on Create Branch option .. and select the checkout this project option and then click the finish button.

  2. Now from the project explorer select the project .. right click then Team -> Push Branch.

A new remote branch will be created. You can give the name of the branch to your colleagues so that they can pull it.

Blade if(isset) is not working Laravel

{{ $usersType or '' }} is working fine. The problem here is your foreach loop:

@foreach( $usersType as $type )
    <input type="checkbox" class='default-checkbox'> <span>{{ $type->type }}</span> &nbsp; 
@endforeach

I suggest you put this in an @if():

@if(isset($usersType))
    @foreach( $usersType as $type )
        <input type="checkbox" class='default-checkbox'> <span>{{ $type->type }}</span> &nbsp; 
    @endforeach
@endif

You can also use @forelse. Simple and easy.

@forelse ($users as $user)
   <li>{{ $user->name }}</li>
@empty
   <p>No users</p>
@endforelse

vertical & horizontal lines in matplotlib

This may be a common problem for new users of Matplotlib to draw vertical and horizontal lines. In order to understand this problem, you should be aware that different coordinate systems exist in Matplotlib.

The method axhline and axvline are used to draw lines at the axes coordinate. In this coordinate system, coordinate for the bottom left point is (0,0), while the coordinate for the top right point is (1,1), regardless of the data range of your plot. Both the parameter xmin and xmax are in the range [0,1].

On the other hand, method hlines and vlines are used to draw lines at the data coordinate. The range for xmin and xmax are the in the range of data limit of x axis.

Let's take a concrete example,

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np

x = np.linspace(0, 5, 100)
y = np.sin(x)

fig, ax = plt.subplots()

ax.plot(x, y)
ax.axhline(y=0.5, xmin=0.0, xmax=1.0, color='r')
ax.hlines(y=0.6, xmin=0.0, xmax=1.0, color='b')

plt.show()

It will produce the following plot: enter image description here

The value for xmin and xmax are the same for the axhline and hlines method. But the length of produced line is different.

Could not connect to SMTP host: smtp.gmail.com, port: 465, response: -1

I have been experiencing this issue when debugging using NetBeans, even executing the actual jar file. Antivirus would block sending email. You should temporarily disable your antivirus during debugging or exclude NetBeans and the actual jar file from being scanned. In my case, I'm using Avast.

See this link on how to Exclude : How to Add File/Website Exception into avast! Antivirus 2014

It works for me.

How to retrieve unique count of a field using Kibana + Elastic Search

Unique counts of field values are achieved by using facets. See ES documentation for the full story, but the gist is that you will create a query and then ask ES to prepare facets on the results for counting values found in fields. It's up to you to customize the fields used and even describe how you want the values returned. The most basic of facet types is just to group by terms, which would be like an IP address above. You can get pretty complex with these, even requiring a query within your facet!

{
    "query": {
        "match_all": {}
    },
    "facets": {
        "terms": {
            "field": "ip_address"
        }
    }
}

how to break the _.each function in underscore.js

_([1,2,3]).find(function(v){
    return v if (v==2);
})

Excel Create Collapsible Indented Row Hierarchies

Create a Pivot Table. It has these features and many more.

If you are dead-set on doing this yourself then you could add shapes to the worksheet and use VBA to hide and unhide rows and columns on clicking the shapes.

Remove values from select list based on condition

with pure javascript

var condition = true; // your condition
if(condition) {
    var theSelect = document.getElementById('val');
    var options = theSelect.getElementsByTagName('OPTION');
    for(var i=0; i<options.length; i++) {
        if(options[i].innerHTML == 'Apple' || options[i].innerHTML == 'Cars') {
            theSelect.removeChild(options[i]);
            i--; // options have now less element, then decrease i
        }
    }
}

not tested with IE (if someone can confirm it...)

python-How to set global variables in Flask?

With:

global index_add_counter

You are not defining, just declaring so it's like saying there is a global index_add_counter variable elsewhere, and not create a global called index_add_counter. As you name don't exists, Python is telling you it can not import that name. So you need to simply remove the global keyword and initialize your variable:

index_add_counter = 0

Now you can import it with:

from app import index_add_counter

The construction:

global index_add_counter

is used inside modules' definitions to force the interpreter to look for that name in the modules' scope, not in the definition one:

index_add_counter = 0
def test():
  global index_add_counter # means: in this scope, use the global name
  print(index_add_counter)

How can I capture the right-click event in JavaScript?

I think that you are looking for something like this:

   function rightclick() {
    var rightclick;
    var e = window.event;
    if (e.which) rightclick = (e.which == 3);
    else if (e.button) rightclick = (e.button == 2);
    alert(rightclick); // true or false, you can trap right click here by if comparison
}

(http://www.quirksmode.org/js/events_properties.html)

And then use the onmousedown even with the function rightclick() (if you want to use it globally on whole page you can do this <body onmousedown=rightclick(); >

Base64 String throwing invalid character error

Whether null char is allowed or not really depends on base64 codec in question. Given vagueness of Base64 standard (there is no authoritative exact specification), many implementations would just ignore it as white space. And then others can flag it as a problem. And buggiest ones wouldn't notice and would happily try decoding it... :-/

But it sounds c# implementation does not like it (which is one valid approach) so if removing it helps, that should be done.

One minor additional comment: UTF-8 is not a requirement, ISO-8859-x aka Latin-x, and 7-bit Ascii would work as well. This because Base64 was specifically designed to only use 7-bit subset which works with all 7-bit ascii compatible encodings.

What is managed or unmanaged code in programming?

NUnit loads the unit tests in a seperate AppDomain, and I assume the entry point is not being called (probably not needed), hence the entry assembly is null.

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

Depending upon your environment, you may want to add scripting to have .bashrc load automatically when you open an SSH session. I recently did a migration to a server running Ubuntu, and there, .profile, not .bashrc or .bash_profile is loaded by default. To run any scripts in .bashrc, I had to run source ~/.bashrc every time a session was opened, which doesn't help when running remote deploys.

To have your .bashrc load automatically when opening a session, try adding this to .profile:

if [ -n "$BASH_VERSION" ]; then
    # include .bashrc if it exists
    if [ -f "$HOME/.bashrc" ]; then
        . "$HOME/.bashrc"
    fi
fi

Reopen your session, and it should load any paths/scripts you have in .bashrc.

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

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

The specified DSN contains an architecture mismatch between the Driver and Application. JAVA

None of these did it for me. I did find the answer on MSDN. There were hints to it though. The architecture in the error is referring to 32 vs 64 bits. My solution was to find out which my app is running under (Access) which 2010 is 32b. I found this by looking in the Process tab of Task Manager where all 32b processes have * 32 the end of their names. As was said, the control panel will launch the 64 bit version of ODBC from here

c:\windows\system32\odbcad32.exe

and the 32 bit version is here:

c:\windows\sysWOW64\odbcad32.exe (easiest to copy and paste into run dialog)

So I set up DSNs with names ending in 32 and 64 in each of the corresponding ODBC control panels (AKA Administrator) that pointed to the same thing. Then, I picked/pick the correct one based on whether the app using it is 32b or 64b.

How do I add an element to a list in Groovy?

From the documentation:

We can add to a list in many ways:

assert [1,2] + 3 + [4,5] + 6 == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
assert [1,2].plus(3).plus([4,5]).plus(6) == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
    //equivalent method for +
def a= [1,2,3]; a += 4; a += [5,6]; assert a == [1,2,3,4,5,6]
assert [1, *[222, 333], 456] == [1, 222, 333, 456]
assert [ *[1,2,3] ] == [1,2,3]
assert [ 1, [2,3,[4,5],6], 7, [8,9] ].flatten() == [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]

def list= [1,2]
list.add(3) //alternative method name
list.addAll([5,4]) //alternative method name
assert list == [1,2,3,5,4]

list= [1,2]
list.add(1,3) //add 3 just before index 1
assert list == [1,3,2]
list.addAll(2,[5,4]) //add [5,4] just before index 2
assert list == [1,3,5,4,2]

list = ['a', 'b', 'z', 'e', 'u', 'v', 'g']
list[8] = 'x'
assert list == ['a', 'b', 'z', 'e', 'u', 'v', 'g', null, 'x']

You can also do:

def myNewList = myList << "fifth"

Is there a "not equal" operator in Python?

There's the != (not equal) operator that returns True when two values differ, though be careful with the types because "1" != 1. This will always return True and "1" == 1 will always return False, since the types differ. Python is dynamically, but strongly typed, and other statically typed languages would complain about comparing different types.

There's also the else clause:

# This will always print either "hi" or "no hi" unless something unforeseen happens.
if hi == "hi":     # The variable hi is being compared to the string "hi", strings are immutable in Python, so you could use the 'is' operator.
    print "hi"     # If indeed it is the string "hi" then print "hi"
else:              # hi and "hi" are not the same
    print "no hi"

The is operator is the object identity operator used to check if two objects in fact are the same:

a = [1, 2]
b = [1, 2]
print a == b # This will print True since they have the same values
print a is b # This will print False since they are different objects.

How to SHA1 hash a string in Android?

The method you are looking for is not specific to Android, but to Java in general. You're looking for the MessageDigest (import java.security.MessageDigest).

An implementation of a sha512(String s) method can be seen here, and the change for a SHA-1 hash would be changing line 71 to:

MessageDigest md = MessageDigest.getInstance("SHA-1");