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Input type number "only numeric value" validation

The easiest way would be to use a library like this one and specifically you want noStrings to be true

    export class CustomValidator{   // Number only validation   
      static numeric(control: AbstractControl) {
        let val = control.value;

        const hasError = validate({val: val}, {val: {numericality: {noStrings: true}}});

        if (hasError) return null;

        return val;   
      } 
    }

what is .subscribe in angular?

A Subscription is an object that represents a disposable resource, usually the execution of an Observable. A Subscription has one important method, unsubscribe, that takes no argument and just disposes of the resource held by the subscription.

import { interval } from 'rxjs';

const observable = interval(1000);
const subscription = observable.subscribe(a=> console.log(a));

/** This cancels the ongoing Observable execution which
was started by calling subscribe with an Observer.*/

subscription.unsubscribe();

A Subscription essentially just has an unsubscribe() function to release resources or cancel Observable executions.

import { interval } from 'rxjs';

const observable1 = interval(400);
const observable2 = interval(300);

const subscription = observable1.subscribe(x => console.log('first: ' + x));
const childSubscription = observable2.subscribe(x => console.log('second: ' + x));

subscription.add(childSubscription);

setTimeout(() => {
// It unsubscribes BOTH subscription and childSubscription
subscription.unsubscribe();
}, 1000);

According to the official documentation, Angular should unsubscribe for you, but apparently, there is a bug.

Send data through routing paths in Angular

In navigateExtra we can pass only some specific name as argument otherwise it showing error like below: For Ex- Here I want to pass customer key in router navigate and I pass like this-

this.Router.navigate(['componentname'],{cuskey: {customerkey:response.key}});

but it showing some error like below:

Argument of type '{ cuskey: { customerkey: any; }; }' is not assignable to parameter of type 'NavigationExtras'.
  Object literal may only specify known properties, and 'cuskey' does not exist in type 'NavigationExt## Heading ##ras'

.

Solution: we have to write like this:

this.Router.navigate(['componentname'],{state: {customerkey:response.key}});

Angular 2 ngfor first, last, index loop

Here is how its done in Angular 6

<li *ngFor="let user of userObservable ; first as isFirst">
   <span *ngIf="isFirst">default</span>
</li>

Note the change from let first = first to first as isFirst

App.settings - the Angular way?

I figured out how to do this with InjectionTokens (see example below), and if your project was built using the Angular CLI you can use the environment files found in /environments for static application wide settings like an API endpoint, but depending on your project's requirements you will most likely end up using both since environment files are just object literals, while an injectable configuration using InjectionToken's can use the environment variables and since it's a class can have logic applied to configure it based on other factors in the application, such as initial http request data, subdomain, etc.

Injection Tokens Example

/app/app-config.module.ts

import { NgModule, InjectionToken } from '@angular/core';
import { environment } from '../environments/environment';

export let APP_CONFIG = new InjectionToken<AppConfig>('app.config');

export class AppConfig {
  apiEndpoint: string;
}

export const APP_DI_CONFIG: AppConfig = {
  apiEndpoint: environment.apiEndpoint
};

@NgModule({
  providers: [{
    provide: APP_CONFIG,
    useValue: APP_DI_CONFIG
  }]
})
export class AppConfigModule { }

/app/app.module.ts

import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';

import { AppConfigModule } from './app-config.module';

@NgModule({
  declarations: [
    // ...
  ],
  imports: [
    // ...
    AppConfigModule
  ],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
})
export class AppModule { }

Now you can just DI it into any component, service, etc:

/app/core/auth.service.ts

import { Injectable, Inject } from '@angular/core';
import { Http, Response } from '@angular/http';
import { Router } from '@angular/router';
import { Observable } from 'rxjs/Observable';
import 'rxjs/add/operator/map';
import 'rxjs/add/operator/catch';
import 'rxjs/add/observable/throw';

import { APP_CONFIG, AppConfig } from '../app-config.module';
import { AuthHttp } from 'angular2-jwt';

@Injectable()
export class AuthService {

  constructor(
    private http: Http,
    private router: Router,
    private authHttp: AuthHttp,
    @Inject(APP_CONFIG) private config: AppConfig
  ) { }

  /**
   * Logs a user into the application.
   * @param payload
   */
  public login(payload: { username: string, password: string }) {
    return this.http
      .post(`${this.config.apiEndpoint}/login`, payload)
      .map((response: Response) => {
        const token = response.json().token;
        sessionStorage.setItem('token', token); // TODO: can this be done else where? interceptor
        return this.handleResponse(response); // TODO:  unset token shouldn't return the token to login
      })
      .catch(this.handleError);
  }

  // ...
}

You can then also type check the config using the exported AppConfig.

Clearing an input text field in Angular2

Template driven method

#receiverInput="ngModel" (blur)="receiverInput.control.setValue('')"

Print Html template in Angular 2 (ng-print in Angular 2)

If you need to print some custom HTML, you can use this method:

ts:

    let control_Print;

    control_Print = document.getElementById('__printingFrame');

    let doc = control_Print.contentWindow.document;
    doc.open();
    doc.write("<div style='color:red;'>I WANT TO PRINT THIS, NOT THE CURRENT HTML</div>");
    doc.close();

    control_Print = control_Print.contentWindow;
    control_Print.focus();
    control_Print.print();

html:

<iframe title="Lets print" id="__printingFrame" style="width: 0; height: 0; border: 0"></iframe>

How to render an array of objects in React?

You can do it in two ways:

First:

render() {
    const data =[{"name":"test1"},{"name":"test2"}];
    const listItems = data.map((d) => <li key={d.name}>{d.name}</li>);

    return (
      <div>
      {listItems }
      </div>
    );
  }

Second: Directly write the map function in the return

render() {
    const data =[{"name":"test1"},{"name":"test2"}];
    return (
      <div>
      {data.map(function(d, idx){
         return (<li key={idx}>{d.name}</li>)
       })}
      </div>
    );
  }

angular2: Error: TypeError: Cannot read property '...' of undefined

That's because abc is undefined at the moment of the template rendering. You can use safe navigation operator (?) to "protect" template until HTTP call is completed:

{{abc?.xyz?.name}}

You can read more about safe navigation operator here.

Update:

Safe navigation operator can't be used in arrays, you will have to take advantage of NgIf directive to overcome this problem:

<div *ngIf="arr && arr.length > 0">
    {{arr[0].name}}
</div>

Read more about NgIf directive here.

Min / Max Validator in Angular 2 Final

In your code you are using min and not minlength. Please also notice that this will not validate if a number is > 0 but its length.

@ViewChild in *ngIf

In my case I needed to load a whole module only when the div existed in the template, meaning the outlet was inside an ngif. This way everytime angular detected the element #geolocalisationOutlet it created the component inside of it. The module only loads once as well.

constructor(
    public wlService: WhitelabelService,
    public lmService: LeftMenuService,
    private loader: NgModuleFactoryLoader,
    private injector: Injector
) {
}

@ViewChild('geolocalisationOutlet', {read: ViewContainerRef}) set geolocalisation(geolocalisationOutlet: ViewContainerRef) {
    const path = 'src/app/components/engine/sections/geolocalisation/geolocalisation.module#GeolocalisationModule';
    this.loader.load(path).then((moduleFactory: NgModuleFactory<any>) => {
        const moduleRef = moduleFactory.create(this.injector);
        const compFactory = moduleRef.componentFactoryResolver
            .resolveComponentFactory(GeolocalisationComponent);
        if (geolocalisationOutlet && geolocalisationOutlet.length === 0) {
            geolocalisationOutlet.createComponent(compFactory);
        }
    });
}

<div *ngIf="section === 'geolocalisation'" id="geolocalisation">
     <div #geolocalisationOutlet></div>
</div>

Angular 2: Can't bind to 'ngModel' since it isn't a known property of 'input'

Let’s assume, your old app.module.ts may look similar to this :

import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';
import { AppComponent } from './app.component';

@NgModule({
    imports: [ BrowserModule ],
    declarations: [ AppComponent ],
    bootstrap: [ AppComponent ]
})

export class AppModule { }

Now import FormsModule in your app.module.ts

import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';
import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';
import { FormsModule } from '@angular/forms';
import { AppComponent } from './app.component';

@NgModule({
    imports: [ BrowserModule, FormsModule ],
    declarations: [ AppComponent ],
    bootstrap: [ AppComponent ]
})

export class AppModule { }

http://jsconfig.com/solution-cant-bind-ngmodel-since-isnt-known-property-input/

formGroup expects a FormGroup instance

I was using reactive forms and ran into similar problems. What helped me was to make sure that I set up a corresponding FormGroup in the class. Something like this:

myFormGroup: FormGroup = this.builder.group({
    dob: ['', Validators.required]
});

How to dynamically add and remove form fields in Angular 2

add and remove text input element dynamically any one can use this this will work Type of Contact Balance Fund Equity Fund Allocation Allocation % is required! Remove Add Contact

userForm: FormGroup;
  public contactList: FormArray;
  // returns all form groups under contacts
  get contactFormGroup() {
    return this.userForm.get('funds') as FormArray;
  }
  ngOnInit() {
    this.submitUser();
  }
  constructor(public fb: FormBuilder,private router: Router,private ngZone: NgZone,private userApi: ApiService) { }
  // contact formgroup
  createContact(): FormGroup {
    return this.fb.group({
      fundName: ['', Validators.compose([Validators.required])], // i.e Email, Phone
      allocation: [null, Validators.compose([Validators.required])]
    });
  }


  // triggered to change validation of value field type
  changedFieldType(index) {
    let validators = null;

    validators = Validators.compose([
      Validators.required,
      Validators.pattern(new RegExp('^\\+[0-9]?()[0-9](\\d[0-9]{9})$')) // pattern for validating international phone number
    ]);

    this.getContactsFormGroup(index).controls['allocation'].setValidators(
      validators
    );

    this.getContactsFormGroup(index).controls['allocation'].updateValueAndValidity();
  }

  // get the formgroup under contacts form array
  getContactsFormGroup(index): FormGroup {
    // this.contactList = this.form.get('contacts') as FormArray;
    const formGroup = this.contactList.controls[index] as FormGroup;
    return formGroup;
  }

  submitUser() {
    this.userForm = this.fb.group({
      first_name: ['', [Validators.required]],
      last_name: [''],
      email: ['', [Validators.required]],
      company_name: ['', [Validators.required]],
      license_start_date: ['', [Validators.required]],
      license_end_date: ['', [Validators.required]],
      gender: ['Male'],
      funds: this.fb.array([this.createContact()])
    })
    this.contactList = this.userForm.get('funds') as FormArray;
  }
  addContact() {
    this.contactList.push(this.createContact());
  }
  removeContact(index) {
    this.contactList.removeAt(index);
  }

Angular 2 - Setting selected value on dropdown list

Thanks for the tip Günter, it got me moving in the right direction. There was a mis-matched spelling of 'color' in my solution which was causing issues and I needed to use 'ngValue' not 'value' in the template html.

Here is the complete solution using objects for the ngModel and select list options and avoiding use of the [selected] attribute.

I have updated the Plunker to show the full working solution. https://plnkr.co/edit/yIVEeLK7PUY4VQFrR48g?p=preview

Component template

 <div>
        <label>Colour</label>
        <div *ngIf="car != null">
            <select [(ngModel)]="car.colour">
                <option *ngFor="let x of colours" [ngValue]="x" >{{x.name}}</option>
            </select>
        </div>
    </div>

Component

import { Component, OnInit } from '@angular/core';
import {AbstractControl,FORM_DIRECTIVES } from '@angular/common';

@Component({
    selector:'dropdown',
    templateUrl:'app/components/dropdown/dropdown.component.html',
    directives:[FORM_DIRECTIVES]
})
export class DropdownComponent implements OnInit
{
    car:Car;
    colours: Array<Colour>;

    ngOnInit(): void {

        this.colours = Array<Colour>();
        this.colours.push(new Colour(-1, 'Please select'));
        this.colours.push(new Colour(1, 'Green'));
        this.colours.push(new Colour(2, 'Pink'));

        this.car = new Car();
        this.car.colour = this.colours[1];        
    }
}

export class Car  
{
    colour:Colour;
}

export class Colour
{
    constructor(id:number, name:string) {
        this.id=id;
        this.name=name;
    }

    id:number;
    name:string;
}

Proper way to restrict text input values (e.g. only numbers)

After did lot of research finally I create a function which full fill the requirement. The function which I created restrict all special character and allow only alphabets and number.. and that function works fine for both either you did copy paste and typing both. Hope it works :)

 public inputValidator(event: any) {
    //console.log(event.target.value);
    const pattern = /^[a-zA-Z0-9]*$/;   
    //let inputChar = String.fromCharCode(event.charCode)
    if (!pattern.test(event.target.value)) {
      event.target.value = event.target.value.replace(/[^a-zA-Z0-9]/g, "");
      // invalid character, prevent input

    }
  }

     <input type="text" [(ngModel)]="abc.abc" (input)="inputValidator($event)" />

How you use -
1) Add above method in your class component of ts file.
2) Call method inputValidator($event) on input event..

How to extend / inherit components?

if you read through the CDK libraries and the material libraries, they're using inheritance but not so much for components themselves, content projection is king IMO. see this link https://blog.angular-university.io/angular-ng-content/ where it says "the key problem with this design"

I know this doesn't answer your question but I really think inheriting / extending components should be avoided. Here's my reasoning:

If the abstract class extended by two or more components contains shared logic: use a service or even create a new typescript class that can be shared between the two components.

If the abstract class... contains shared variables or onClicketc functions, Then there will be duplication between the html of the two extending components views. This is bad practice & that shared html needs to be broken into Component(s). These Component(s) (parts) can be shared between the two components.

Am I missing other reasons for having an abstract class for components?

An example I saw recently was components extending AutoUnsubscribe:

import { Subscription } from 'rxjs';
import { OnDestroy } from '@angular/core';
export abstract class AutoUnsubscribeComponent implements OnDestroy {
  protected infiniteSubscriptions: Array<Subscription>;

  constructor() {
    this.infiniteSubscriptions = [];
  }

  ngOnDestroy() {
    this.infiniteSubscriptions.forEach((subscription) => {
      subscription.unsubscribe();
    });
  }
}

this was bas because throughout a large codebase, infiniteSubscriptions.push() was only used 10 times. Also importing & extending AutoUnsubscribe actually takes more code than just adding mySubscription.unsubscribe() in the ngOnDestroy() method of the component itself, which required additional logic anyway.

Getting reference to child component in parent component

You may actually go with ViewChild API...

parent.ts

<button (click)="clicked()">click</button>

export class App {
  @ViewChild(Child) vc:Child;
  constructor() {
    this.name = 'Angular2'
  }

  func(e) {
    console.log(e)

  }
  clicked(){
   this.vc.getName();
  }
}

child.ts

export class Child implements OnInit{

  onInitialized = new EventEmitter<Child>();
  ...  
  ...
  getName()
  {
     console.log('called by vc')
     console.log(this.name);
  }
}

Binding select element to object in Angular

In app.component.html:

 <select type="number" [(ngModel)]="selectedLevel">
          <option *ngFor="let level of levels" [ngValue]="level">{{level.name}}</option>
        </select>

And app.component.ts:

import { Component } from '@angular/core';

@Component({
  selector: 'my-app',
  templateUrl: './app.component.html',
  styleUrls: [ './app.component.css' ]
})
export class AppComponent  {
  levelNum:number;
  levels:Array<Object> = [
      {num: 0, name: "AA"},
      {num: 1, name: "BB"}
  ];

  toNumber(){
    this.levelNum = +this.levelNum;
    console.log(this.levelNum);
  }

  selectedLevel = this.levels[0];

  selectedLevelCustomCompare = {num: 1, name: "BB"}

  compareFn(a, b) {
    console.log(a, b, a && b && a.num == b.num);
    return a && b && a.num == b.num;
  }
}

Format date as dd/MM/yyyy using pipes

Angular: 8.2.11

<td>{{ data.DateofBirth | date }}</td>

Output: Jun 9, 1973

<td>{{ data.DateofBirth | date: 'dd/MM/yyyy' }}</td>

Output: 09/06/1973

<td>{{ data.DateofBirth | date: 'dd/MM/yyyy hh:mm a' }}</td>

Output: 09/06/1973 12:00 AM

access key and value of object using *ngFor

@Marton had an important objection to the accepted answer on the grounds that the pipe creates a new collection on each change detection. I would instead create an HtmlService which provides a range of utility functions which the view can use as follows:

@Component({
  selector: 'app-myview',
  template: `<div *ngFor="let i of html.keys(items)">{{i + ' : ' + items[i]}}</div>`
})
export class MyComponent {
  items = {keyOne: 'value 1', keyTwo: 'value 2', keyThree: 'value 3'};
  constructor(private html: HtmlService){}
}

@Injectable()
export class HtmlService {
  keys(object: {}) {
    return Object.keys(object);
  }
  // ... other useful methods not available inside html, like isObject(), isArray(), findInArray(), and others...
}

ngFor with index as value in attribute

I think its already been answered before, but just a correction if you are populating an unordered list, the *ngFor will come in the element which you want to repeat. So it should be insdide <li>. Also, Angular2 now uses let to declare a variable.

<ul>
    <li *ngFor="let item of items; let i = index" [attr.data-index]="i">     
               {{item}}
    </li>
</ul>

Angular 2 / 4 / 5 not working in IE11

  1. Uncomment IE section in the src/polyfill.js,

    /** IE10 and IE11 requires the following for NgClass support on SVG elements*/

    import 'classlist.js';

  2. If any build error for missing package then,

    npm install classlist.js --save-exact

  3. Make sure to include below line to set the default IE document mode. Other wise it will open in version 7

 <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />

Angular2 http.get() ,map(), subscribe() and observable pattern - basic understanding

Concepts

Observables in short tackles asynchronous processing and events. Comparing to promises this could be described as observables = promises + events.

What is great with observables is that they are lazy, they can be canceled and you can apply some operators in them (like map, ...). This allows to handle asynchronous things in a very flexible way.

A great sample describing the best the power of observables is the way to connect a filter input to a corresponding filtered list. When the user enters characters, the list is refreshed. Observables handle corresponding AJAX requests and cancel previous in-progress requests if another one is triggered by new value in the input. Here is the corresponding code:

this.textValue.valueChanges
    .debounceTime(500)
    .switchMap(data => this.httpService.getListValues(data))
    .subscribe(data => console.log('new list values', data));

(textValue is the control associated with the filter input).

Here is a wider description of such use case: How to watch for form changes in Angular 2?.

There are two great presentations at AngularConnect 2015 and EggHead:

Christoph Burgdorf also wrote some great blog posts on the subject:

In action

In fact regarding your code, you mixed two approaches ;-) Here are they:

  • Manage the observable by your own. In this case, you're responsible to call the subscribe method on the observable and assign the result into an attribute of the component. You can then use this attribute in the view for iterate over the collection:

    @Component({
      template: `
        <h1>My Friends</h1>
        <ul>
          <li *ngFor="#frnd of result">
            {{frnd.name}} is {{frnd.age}} years old.
          </li>
        </ul>
      `,
      directive:[CORE_DIRECTIVES]
    })
    export class FriendsList implement OnInit, OnDestroy {
      result:Array<Object>; 
    
      constructor(http: Http) {
      }
    
      ngOnInit() {
        this.friendsObservable = http.get('friends.json')
                      .map(response => response.json())
                      .subscribe(result => this.result = result);
       }
    
       ngOnDestroy() {
         this.friendsObservable.dispose();
       }
    }
    

    Returns from both get and map methods are the observable not the result (in the same way than with promises).

  • Let manage the observable by the Angular template. You can also leverage the async pipe to implicitly manage the observable. In this case, there is no need to explicitly call the subscribe method.

    @Component({
      template: `
        <h1>My Friends</h1>
        <ul>
          <li *ngFor="#frnd of (result | async)">
            {{frnd.name}} is {{frnd.age}} years old.
          </li>
        </ul>
      `,
      directive:[CORE_DIRECTIVES]
    })
    export class FriendsList implement OnInit {
      result:Array<Object>; 
    
      constructor(http: Http) {
      }
    
      ngOnInit() {
        this.result = http.get('friends.json')
                      .map(response => response.json());
       }
    }
    

You can notice that observables are lazy. So the corresponding HTTP request will be only called once a listener with attached on it using the subscribe method.

You can also notice that the map method is used to extract the JSON content from the response and use it then in the observable processing.

Hope this helps you, Thierry

*ngIf and *ngFor on same element causing error

As everyone pointed out even though having multiple template directives in a single element works in angular 1.x it is not allowed in Angular 2. you can find more info from here : https://github.com/angular/angular/issues/7315

2016 angular 2 beta

solution is to use the <template> as a placeholder, so the code goes like this

<template *ngFor="let nav_link of defaultLinks"  >
   <li *ngIf="nav_link.visible">
       .....
   </li>
</template>

but for some reason above does not work in 2.0.0-rc.4 in that case you can use this

<template ngFor let-nav_link [ngForOf]="defaultLinks" >
   <li *ngIf="nav_link.visible">
       .....
   </li> 
</template>

Updated Answer 2018

With updates, right now in 2018 angular v6 recommend to use <ng-container> instead of <template>

so here is the updated answer.

<ng-container *ngFor="let nav_link of defaultLinks" >
   <li *ngIf="nav_link.visible">
       .....
   </li> 
</ng-container>

How to watch for form changes in Angular

I thought about using the (ngModelChange) method, then thought about the FormBuilder method, and finally settled on a variation of Method 3. This saves decorating the template with extra attributes and automatically picks up changes to the model - reducing the possibility of forgetting something with Method 1 or 2.

Simplifying Method 3 a bit...

oldPerson = JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(this.person));

ngDoCheck(): void {
    if (JSON.stringify(this.person) !== JSON.stringify(this.oldPerson)) {
        this.doSomething();
        this.oldPerson = JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(this.person));
    }
}

You could add a timeout to only call doSomething() after x number of milliseconds to simulate debounce.

oldPerson = JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(this.person));

ngDoCheck(): void {
    if (JSON.stringify(this.person) !== JSON.stringify(this.oldPerson)) {
        if (timeOut) clearTimeout(timeOut);
        let timeOut = setTimeout(this.doSomething(), 2000);
        this.oldPerson = JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(this.person));
    }
}

Angular2 equivalent of $document.ready()

You can fire an event yourself in ngOnInit() of your Angular root component and then listen for this event outside of Angular.

This is Dart code (I don't know TypeScript) but should't be to hard to translate

@Component(selector: 'app-element')
@View(
    templateUrl: 'app_element.html',
)
class AppElement implements OnInit {
  ElementRef elementRef;
  AppElement(this.elementRef);

  void ngOnInit() {
    DOM.dispatchEvent(elementRef.nativeElement, new CustomEvent('angular-ready'));
  }
}

Angular2 - TypeScript : Increment a number after timeout in AppComponent

You should put your processing into the class constructor or an OnInit hook method.

Detect change to ngModel on a select tag (Angular 2)

I have stumbled across this question and I will submit my answer that I used and worked pretty well. I had a search box that filtered and array of objects and on my search box I used the (ngModelChange)="onChange($event)"

in my .html

<input type="text" [(ngModel)]="searchText" (ngModelChange)="reSearch(newValue)" placeholder="Search">

then in my component.ts

reSearch(newValue: string) {
    //this.searchText would equal the new value
    //handle my filtering with the new value
}

Expression ___ has changed after it was checked

In my case, it happened with a p-radioButton. The problem was that I was using the name attribute (which wasn't needed) alongside the formControlName attribute like this:

<p-radioButton formControlName="isApplicant" name="isapplicant" value="T" label="Yes"></p-radioButton>
<p-radioButton formControlName="isApplicant" name="isapplicant" value="T" label="No"></p-radioButton>

I also had the initial value "T" bound to the isApplicant form control like this:

isApplicant: ["T"]

I fixed the problem by removing the name attributes in the radio buttons. Also, because the 2 radio buttons have the same value (T) which is wrong in my case, simply changing one of then to another value (say F) also fixed the issue.

Error LNK2019 unresolved external symbol _main referenced in function "int __cdecl invoke_main(void)" (?invoke_main@@YAHXZ)

If you use CMake you have to set WIN32 flag in add_executable

add_executable(${name} WIN32 ${source_files})

See CMake Doc for more information.

Module is not available, misspelled or forgot to load (but I didn't)

I got this error when my service declaration was inside a non-invoked function (IIFE). The last line below did NOT have the extra () to run and define the service.

(function() {
    "use strict";

    angular.module("reviewService", [])
        .service("reviewService", reviewService);

    function reviewService($http, $q, $log) {
        //
    }
}());

How to subscribe to an event on a service in Angular2?

Using alpha 28, I accomplished programmatically subscribing to event emitters by way of the eventEmitter.toRx().subscribe(..) method. As it is not intuitive, it may perhaps change in a future release.

unresolved external symbol __imp__fprintf and __imp____iob_func, SDL2

To link means not to work properly. Digging into stdio.h of VS2012 and VS2015 the following worked for me. Alas, you have to decide if it should work for one of { stdin, stdout, stderr }, never more than one.

extern "C" FILE* __cdecl __iob_func()
{
    struct _iobuf_VS2012 { // ...\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\VC\include\stdio.h #56
        char *_ptr;
        int   _cnt;
        char *_base;
        int   _flag;
        int   _file;
        int   _charbuf;
        int   _bufsiz;
        char *_tmpfname; };
    // VS2015 has only FILE = struct {void*}

    int const count = sizeof(_iobuf_VS2012) / sizeof(FILE);

    //// stdout
    //return (FILE*)(&(__acrt_iob_func(1)->_Placeholder) - count);

    // stderr
    return (FILE*)(&(__acrt_iob_func(2)->_Placeholder) - 2 * count);
}

Remove first Item of the array (like popping from stack)

Plunker

$scope.remove = function(item) { 
    $scope.cards.splice(0, 1);     
  }

Made changes to .. now it will remove from the top

Use Excel VBA to click on a button in Internet Explorer, when the button has no "name" associated

With the kind help from Tim Williams, I finally figured out the last détails that were missing. Here's the final code below.

Private Sub Open_multiple_sub_pages_from_main_page()


Dim i As Long
Dim IE As Object
Dim Doc As Object
Dim objElement As Object
Dim objCollection As Object
Dim buttonCollection As Object
Dim valeur_heure As Object


' Create InternetExplorer Object
Set IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
' You can uncoment Next line To see form results
IE.Visible = True

' Send the form data To URL As POST binary request
IE.navigate "http://webpage.com/"

' Wait while IE loading...
While IE.Busy
        DoEvents
Wend


Set objCollection = IE.Document.getElementsByTagName("input")

i = 0
While i < objCollection.Length
    If objCollection(i).Name = "txtUserName" Then
        ' Set text for search
        objCollection(i).Value = "1234"
    End If
    If objCollection(i).Name = "txtPwd" Then
        ' Set text for search
        objCollection(i).Value = "password"
    End If

    If objCollection(i).Type = "submit" And objCollection(i).Name = "btnSubmit" Then ' submit button if found and set
        Set objElement = objCollection(i)
    End If
    i = i + 1
Wend
objElement.Click    ' click button to load page

' Wait while IE re-loading...
While IE.Busy
        DoEvents
Wend

' Show IE
IE.Visible = True
Set Doc = IE.Document

Dim links, link

Dim j As Integer                                                                    'variable to count items
j = 0
Set links = IE.Document.getElementById("dgTime").getElementsByTagName("a")
n = links.Length
While j <= n                                    'loop to go thru all "a" item so it loads next page
    links(j).Click
    While IE.Busy
        DoEvents
    Wend
    '-------------Do stuff here:  copy field value and paste in excel sheet.  Will post another question for this------------------------
    IE.Document.getElementById("DetailToolbar1_lnkBtnSave").Click              'save
    Do While IE.Busy
        Application.Wait DateAdd("s", 1, Now)                                   'wait
    Loop
    IE.Document.getElementById("DetailToolbar1_lnkBtnCancel").Click            'close
    Do While IE.Busy
        Application.Wait DateAdd("s", 1, Now)                                   'wait
    Loop
    Set links = IE.Document.getElementById("dgTime").getElementsByTagName("a")
    j = j + 2
Wend    
End Sub

Simple Popup by using Angular JS

If you are using bootstrap.js then the below code might be useful. This is very simple. Dont have to write anything in js to invoke the pop-up.

Source :http://www.w3schools.com/bootstrap/tryit.asp?filename=trybs_modal&stacked=h

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
  <title>Bootstrap Example</title>
  <meta charset="utf-8">
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.6/css/bootstrap.min.css">
  <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.0/jquery.min.js"></script>
  <script src="http://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.6/js/bootstrap.min.js"></script>
</head>
<body>

<div class="container">
  <h2>Modal Example</h2>
  <!-- Trigger the modal with a button -->
  <button type="button" class="btn btn-info btn-lg" data-toggle="modal" data-target="#myModal">Open Modal</button>

  <!-- Modal -->
  <div class="modal fade" id="myModal" role="dialog">
    <div class="modal-dialog">

      <!-- Modal content-->
      <div class="modal-content">
        <div class="modal-header">
          <button type="button" class="close" data-dismiss="modal">&times;</button>
          <h4 class="modal-title">Modal Header</h4>
        </div>
        <div class="modal-body">
          <p>Some text in the modal.</p>
        </div>
        <div class="modal-footer">
          <button type="button" class="btn btn-default" data-dismiss="modal">Close</button>
        </div>
      </div>

    </div>
  </div>

</div>

</body>
</html>

Installing NumPy and SciPy on 64-bit Windows (with Pip)

Package version are very important.

I found some stable combination that works on my Windows10 64 bit machine:

pip install numpy-1.12.0+mkl-cp36-cp36m-win64.whl
pip install scipy-0.18.1-cp36-cp36m-win64.whl
pip install matplotlib-2.0.0-cp36-cp36m-win64.whl

Source.

How to clear or stop timeInterval in angularjs?

var promise = $interval(function(){
    if($location.path() == '/landing'){
        $rootScope.$emit('testData',"test");
        $interval.cancel(promise);
    }
},2000);

ng-change not working on a text input

ng-change requires ng-model,

<input type="text" name="abc" class="color" ng-model="someName" ng-change="myStyle={color:'green'}">

cast_sender.js error: Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FAILED in Chrome

A simple fix for this is to install the Google Cast extension. If you don't have a Chromecast, or don't want to use the extension, no problem; just don't use the extension.

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

I edited your plunker to include ABOS's solution.

<body ng-controller="MainCtrl">
    <ul ng-repeat='item in items'>
      <li ng-if='item.color'>The color is {{item.color}}</li>
      <li ng-if='item.shipping !== undefined'>The shipping cost is {{item.shipping}}</li>
    </ul>
  </body>

plunkerFork

Google Chromecast sender error if Chromecast extension is not installed or using incognito

Update: After several attempts, it looks like this may have been fixed in latest Chrome builds (per Paul Irish's comment below). That would suggest we will see this fixed in stable Chrome June-July 2016. Let's see ...

This is a known bug with the official Chromecast JavaScript library. Instead of failing silently, it dumps these error messages in all non-Chrome browsers as well as Chrome browsers where the Chromecast extension isn't present.

The Chromecast team have indicated they won't fix this bug.

If you are a developer shipping with this library, you can't do anything about it according to Chromecast team. You can only inform users to ignore the errors. (I believe Chromecast team is not entirely correct as the library could, at the least, avoid requesting the extension scipt if the browser is not Chrome. And I suspect it could be possible to suppress the error even if it is Chrome, but haven't tried anything.)

If you are a user annoyed by these console messages, you can switch to Chrome if not using it already. Within Chrome, either:

Update [Nov 13, 2014]: The problem has now been acknowledged by Google. A member of the Chromecast team seems to suggest the issue will be bypassed by a change the team is currently working on.

Update 2 [Feb 17, 2015]: The team claim there's nothing they can do to remove the error logs as it's a standard Chrome network error and they are still working on a long-term fix. Public comments on the bug tracker were closed with that update.

Update 3 [Dec 4, 2015]: This has finally been fixed! In the end, Chrome team simply added some code to block out this specific error. Hopefully some combination of devtools and extensions API will be improved in the future to make it possible to fix this kind of problem without patching the browser. Chrome Canary already has the patch, so it should roll out to all users around mid-January. Additionally, the team has confirmed the issue no longer affects other browsers as the SDK was updated to only activate if it's in Chrome.

Update 4 (April 30): Nope, not yet anyway. Thankfully Google's developer relations team are more aware than certain other stakeholders how badly this has affected developer experience. More whitelist updates have recently been made to clobber these log messages. Current status at top of the post.

Angular bootstrap datepicker date format does not format ng-model value

After checking the above answers, I came up with this and it worked perfectly without having to add an extra attribute to your markup

angular.module('app').directive('datepickerPopup', function(dateFilter) {
    return {
        restrict: 'EAC',
        require: 'ngModel',
        link: function(scope, element, attr, ngModel) {
            ngModel.$parsers.push(function(viewValue) {
                return dateFilter(viewValue, 'yyyy-MM-dd');
            });
        }
    }
});

Enable/Disable Anchor Tags using AngularJS

I'd expect anchor tags to lead to a static page with a url. I think that a buttons suits more to your use case, and then you can use ngDisabled to disable it. From the docs: https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/directive/ngDisabled

How to use the 'replace' feature for custom AngularJS directives?

replace:true is Deprecated

From the Docs:

replace ([DEPRECATED!], will be removed in next major release - i.e. v2.0)

specify what the template should replace. Defaults to false.

  • true - the template will replace the directive's element.
  • false - the template will replace the contents of the directive's element.

-- AngularJS Comprehensive Directive API

From GitHub:

Caitp-- It's deprecated because there are known, very silly problems with replace: true, a number of which can't really be fixed in a reasonable fashion. If you're careful and avoid these problems, then more power to you, but for the benefit of new users, it's easier to just tell them "this will give you a headache, don't do it".

-- AngularJS Issue #7636


Update

Note: replace: true is deprecated and not recommended to use, mainly due to the issues listed here. It has been completely removed in the new Angular.

Issues with replace: true

For more information, see

adding and removing classes in angularJs using ng-click

If you prefer separation of concerns such that logic for adding and removing classes happens on the controller, you can do this

controller

 (function() {
    angular.module('MyApp', []).controller('MyController', MyController);

    function MyController() {
      var vm = this;
      vm.tab = 0;

      vm.setTab = function(val) {
          vm.tab = val;
       };
      vm.toggleClass = function(val) {
          return val === vm.tab;
           };
        }
    })();

HTML

<div ng-app="MyApp">
  <ul class="" ng-controller="MyController as myCtrl">
    <li ng-click="myCtrl.setTab(0)" ng-class="{'highlighted':myCtrl.toggleClass(0)}">One</li>
    <li ng-click="myCtrl.setTab(1)" ng-class="{'highlighted':myCtrl.toggleClass(1)}">Two</li>
    <li ng-click="myCtrl.setTab(2)" ng-class="{'highlighted':myCtrl.toggleClass(2)}">Three</li>
   <li ng-click="myCtrl.setTab(3)" ng-class="{'highlighted':myCtrl.toggleClass(3)}">Four</li>
 </ul>

CSS

.highlighted {
   background-color: green;
   color: white;
}

AngularJS - convert dates in controller

item.date = $filter('date')(item.date, "dd/MM/yyyy"); // for conversion to string

http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng.filter:date

But if you are using HTML5 type="date" then the ISO format yyyy-MM-dd MUST be used.

item.dateAsString = $filter('date')(item.date, "yyyy-MM-dd");  // for type="date" binding


<input type="date" ng-model="item.dateAsString" value="{{ item.dateAsString }}" pattern="dd/MM/YYYY"/>

http://www.w3.org/TR/html-markup/input.date.html

NOTE: use of pattern="" with type="date" looks non-standard, but it appears to work in the expected way in Chrome 31.

Can an angular directive pass arguments to functions in expressions specified in the directive's attributes?

Yes, there is a better way: You can use the $parse service in your directive to evaluate an expression in the context of the parent scope while binding certain identifiers in the expression to values visible only inside your directive:

$parse(attributes.callback)(scope.$parent, { arg2: yourSecondArgument });

Add this line to the link function of the directive where you can access the directive's attributes.

Your callback attribute may then be set like callback = "callback(item.id, arg2)" because arg2 is bound to yourSecondArgument by the $parse service inside the directive. Directives like ng-click let you access the click event via the $event identifier inside the expression passed to the directive by using exactly this mechanism.

Note that you do not have to make callback a member of your isolated scope with this solution.

How can I solve the error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol - function?

I just ran into this problem in Visual Studio 2013. Apparently now, having two projects in the same solution and setting the the dependencies is not enough. You need to add a project reference between them. To do that:

  1. Right-click on the project in the solution explore
  2. Click Add => References...
  3. Click the Add New Reference button
  4. Check the boxes for the projects that this project relies on
  5. Click OK

AngularJS How to dynamically add HTML and bind to controller

There is a another way also

  1. step 1: create a sample.html file
  2. step 2: create a div tag with some id=loadhtml Eg : <div id="loadhtml"></div>
  3. step 3: in Any Controller

        var htmlcontent = $('#loadhtml ');
        htmlcontent.load('/Pages/Common/contact.html')
        $compile(htmlcontent.contents())($scope);
    

This Will Load a html page in Current page

How to create a sticky footer that plays well with Bootstrap 3

What worked for me was adding the position relative to the html tag.

html {
  min-height:100%;
  position:relative;
}
body {
  margin-bottom:60px;
}
footer {
  position:absolute;
  bottom:0;
  height:60px;
}

error LNK2038: mismatch detected for '_MSC_VER': value '1600' doesn't match value '1700' in CppFile1.obj

I upgraded from 2010 to 2013 and after changing all the projects' Platform Toolset, I need to right-click on the Solution and choose Retarget... to make it work.

How to send and retrieve parameters using $state.go toParams and $stateParams?

All I had to do was add a parameter to the url state definition like so

url: '/toState?referer'

Doh!

How to highlight a selected row in ngRepeat?

Each row has an ID. All you have to do is to send this ID to the function setSelected(), store it (in $scope.idSelectedVote for instance), and then check for each row if the selected ID is the same as the current one. Here is a solution (see the documentation for ngClass, if needed):

$scope.idSelectedVote = null;
$scope.setSelected = function (idSelectedVote) {
   $scope.idSelectedVote = idSelectedVote;
};
<ul ng-repeat="vote in votes" ng-click="setSelected(vote.id)" ng-class="{selected: vote.id === idSelectedVote}">
    ...
</ul>

Plunker

HTTP Status 500 - org.apache.jasper.JasperException: java.lang.NullPointerException

In Tomcat a .java and .class file will be created for every jsp files with in the application and the same can be found from the path below, Apache-Tomcat\work\Catalina\localhost\'ApplicationName'\org\apache\jsp\index_jsp.java

In your case the jsp name is error.jsp so the path should be something like below Apache-Tomcat\work\Catalina\localhost\'ApplicationName'\org\apache\jsp\error_jsp.java in line no 124 you are trying to access a null object which results in null pointer exception.

show validation error messages on submit in angularjs

Try this code:

<INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Save" onClick="validateTester()">

This funvtion will validate your result

function validateTester() {
    var flag = true
    var Tester = document.forms.Tester
    if (Tester.line1.value!="JavaScript") {
        alert("First box must say 'JavaScript'!")
        flag = false
        }
    if (Tester.line2.value!="Kit") {
        alert("Second box must say 'Kit'!")
        flag = false
        }
    if (flag) {
        alert("Form is valid! Submitting form...")
        document.forms.Tester.submit()
        }
    }

How to position the Button exactly in CSS

Try using absolute positioning, rather than relative positioning

this should get you close - you can adjust by tweaking margins or top/left positions

#play_button {
    position:absolute;
    transition: .5s ease;
    top: 50%;
    left: 50%;
}

http://jsfiddle.net/rolfsf/9pNqS/

How to Create simple drag and Drop in angularjs

Angular doesn't provide snazzy UI elements like drag and drop. That's not really Angular's purpose. However, there are a few well known directives that provide drag and drop. Here are two that I've used.

https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-sortable

https://github.com/codef0rmer/angular-dragdrop

Confirmation dialog on ng-click - AngularJS

Its so simple using core javascript + angular js:

$scope.delete = function(id) 
    { 
       if (confirm("Are you sure?"))
           {
                //do your process of delete using angular js.
           }
   }

If you click OK, then delete operation will take, otherwise not. * id is the parameter, record that you want to delete.

How can I use the $index inside a ng-repeat to enable a class and show a DIV?

As johnnyynnoj mentioned ng-repeat creates a new scope. I would in fact use a function to set the value. See plunker

JS:

$scope.setSelected = function(selected) {
  $scope.selected = selected;
}

HTML:

{{ selected }}

<ul>
  <li ng-class="{current: selected == 100}">
     <a href ng:click="setSelected(100)">ABC</a>
  </li>
  <li ng-class="{current: selected == 101}">
     <a href ng:click="setSelected(101)">DEF</a>
  </li>
  <li ng-class="{current: selected == $index }" 
      ng-repeat="x in [4,5,6,7]">
     <a href ng:click="setSelected($index)">A{{$index}}</a>
  </li>
</ul>

<div  
  ng:show="selected == 100">
  100        
</div>
<div  
  ng:show="selected == 101">
  101        
</div>
<div ng-repeat="x in [4,5,6,7]" 
  ng:show="selected == $index">
  {{ $index }}        
</div>

error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol (C++)

Sounds like you are using Microsoft Visual C++. If that is the case, then the most possibility is that you don't compile your two.cpp with one.cpp (one.cpp is the implementation for one.h).

If you are from command line (cmd.exe), then try this first: cl -o two.exe one.cpp two.cpp

If you are from IDE, right click on the project name from Solution Explore. Then choose Add, Existing Item.... Add one.cpp into your project.

Error LNK2019: Unresolved External Symbol in Visual Studio

I was getting this error after adding the include files and linking the library. It was because the lib was built with non-unicode and my application was unicode. Matching them fixed it.

LINK : fatal error LNK1561: entry point must be defined ERROR IN VC++

In my case, the program was running fine, but after one day, I just ran into this problem without doing anything...

The solution was to manually add 'Main' as the Entry Point (before editing, the area was empty):

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Trigger validation of all fields in Angular Form submit

You can try this:

_x000D_
_x000D_
// The controller_x000D_
_x000D_
$scope.submitForm = function(form){_x000D_
     //Force the field validation_x000D_
     angular.forEach(form, function(obj){_x000D_
      if(angular.isObject(obj) && angular.isDefined(obj.$setDirty))_x000D_
      { _x000D_
       obj.$setDirty();_x000D_
      }_x000D_
     })_x000D_
        _x000D_
        if (form.$valid){_x000D_
  _x000D_
   $scope.myResource.$save(function(data){_x000D_
        //...._x000D_
   });_x000D_
  }_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<!-- FORM -->_x000D_
_x000D_
  <form name="myForm"  role="form" novalidate="novalidate">_x000D_
<!-- FORM GROUP to field 1 -->_x000D_
  <div class="form-group" ng-class="{ 'has-error' : myForm.field1.$invalid && myForm.field1.$dirty }">_x000D_
      <label for="field1">My field 1</label>_x000D_
        <span class="nullable"> _x000D_
        <select name="field1" ng-model="myresource.field1" ng-options="list.id as list.name for list in listofall"_x000D_
          class="form-control input-sm" required>_x000D_
            <option value="">Select One</option>_x000D_
        </select>_x000D_
        </span>_x000D_
        <div ng-if="myForm.field1.$dirty" ng-messages="myForm.field1.$error" ng-messages-include="mymessages"></div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
    _x000D_
<!-- FORM GROUP to field 2 -->_x000D_
  <div class="form-group" ng-class="{ 'has-error' : myForm.field2.$invalid && myForm.field2.$dirty }">_x000D_
    <label class="control-label labelsmall" for="field2">field2</label> _x000D_
      <input name="field2" min="1" placeholder="" ng-model="myresource.field2" type="number" _x000D_
      class="form-control input-sm" required>_x000D_
    <div ng-if="myForm.field2.$dirty" ng-messages="myForm.field2.$error" ng-messages-include="mymessages"></div>_x000D_
  </div>_x000D_
_x000D_
  </form>_x000D_
_x000D_
<!-- ... -->_x000D_
<button type="submit" ng-click="submitForm(myForm)">Send</button>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

AngularJs .$setPristine to reset form

Had a similar problem, where I had to set the form back to pristine, but also to untouched, since $invalid and $error were both used to show error messages. Only using setPristine() was not enough to clear the error messages.

I solved it by using setPristine() and setUntouched(). (See Angular's documentation: https://docs.angularjs.org/api/ng/type/ngModel.NgModelController)

So, in my controller, I used:

$scope.form.setPristine(); 
$scope.form.setUntouched();

These two functions reset the complete form to $pristine and back to $untouched, so that all error messages were cleared.

AngularJS: ng-model not binding to ng-checked for checkboxes

What you could do is use ng-repeat passing in the value of whatever you're iterating on to the ng-checked and from there utilising ng-class to apply your styles depending on the result.

I did something similar recently and it worked for me.

AngularJS : Custom filters and ng-repeat

If you still want a custom filter you can pass in the search model to the filter:

<article data-ng-repeat="result in results | cartypefilter:search" class="result">

Where definition for the cartypefilter can look like this:

app.filter('cartypefilter', function() {
  return function(items, search) {
    if (!search) {
      return items;
    }

    var carType = search.carType;
    if (!carType || '' === carType) {
      return items;
    }

    return items.filter(function(element, index, array) {
      return element.carType.name === search.carType;
    });

  };
});

http://plnkr.co/edit/kBcUIayO8tQsTTjTA2vO?p=preview

AngularJS ngClass conditional

I see great examples above but they all start with curly brackets (json map). Another option is to return a result based on computation. The result can also be a list of css class names (not just map). Example:

ng-class="(status=='active') ? 'enabled' : 'disabled'"

or

ng-class="(status=='active') ? ['enabled'] : ['disabled', 'alik']"

Explanation: If the status is active, the class enabled will be used. Otherwise, the class disabled will be used.

The list [] is used for using multiple classes (not just one).

Invoking modal window in AngularJS Bootstrap UI using JavaScript

Different version similar to the one offered by Maxim Shoustin

I liked the answer but the part that bothered me was the use of <script id="..."> as a container for the modal's template.

I wanted to place the modal's template in a hidden <div> and bind the inner html with a scope variable called modal_html_template mainly because i think it more correct (and more comfortable to process in WebStorm/PyCharm) to place the template's html inside a <div> instead of <script id="...">

this variable will be used when calling $modal({... 'template': $scope.modal_html_template, ...})

in order to bind the inner html, i created inner-html-bind which is a simple directive

check out the example plunker

<div ng-controller="ModalDemoCtrl">

    <div inner-html-bind inner-html="modal_html_template" class="hidden">
        <div class="modal-header">
            <h3>I'm a modal!</h3>
        </div>
        <div class="modal-body">
            <ul>
                <li ng-repeat="item in items">
                    <a ng-click="selected.item = item">{{ item }}</a>
                </li>
            </ul>
            Selected: <b>{{ selected.item }}</b>
        </div>
        <div class="modal-footer">
            <button class="btn btn-primary" ng-click="ok()">OK</button>
            <button class="btn btn-warning" ng-click="cancel()">Cancel</button>
        </div>
    </div>

    <button class="btn" ng-click="open()">Open me!</button>
    <div ng-show="selected">Selection from a modal: {{ selected }}</div>
</div>

inner-html-bind directive:

app.directive('innerHtmlBind', function() {
  return {
    restrict: 'A',
    scope: {
      inner_html: '=innerHtml'
    },
    link: function(scope, element, attrs) {
      scope.inner_html = element.html();
    }
  }
});

AngularJS : The correct way of binding to a service properties

Late to the party, but for future Googlers - don't use the provided answer.

JavaScript has a mechanism of passing objects by reference, while it only passes a shallow copy for values "numbers, strings etc".

In above example, instead of binding attributes of a service, why don't we expose the service to the scope?

$scope.hello = HelloService;

This simple approach will make angular able to do two-way binding and all the magical things you need. Don't hack your controller with watchers or unneeded markup.

And if you are worried about your view accidentally overwriting your service attributes, use defineProperty to make it readable, enumerable, configurable, or define getters and setters. You can gain lots of control by making your service more solid.

Final tip: if you spend your time working on your controller more than your services then you are doing it wrong :(.

In that particular demo code you supplied I would recommend you do:

 function TimerCtrl1($scope, Timer) {
   $scope.timer = Timer;
 }
///Inside view
{{ timer.time_updated }}
{{ timer.other_property }}
etc...

Edit:

As I mentioned above, you can control the behaviour of your service attributes using defineProperty

Example:

// Lets expose a property named "propertyWithSetter" on our service
// and hook a setter function that automatically saves new value to db !
Object.defineProperty(self, 'propertyWithSetter', {
  get: function() { return self.data.variable; },
  set: function(newValue) { 
         self.data.variable = newValue; 
         // let's update the database too to reflect changes in data-model !
         self.updateDatabaseWithNewData(data);
       },
  enumerable: true,
  configurable: true
});

Now in our controller if we do

$scope.hello = HelloService;
$scope.hello.propertyWithSetter = 'NEW VALUE';

our service will change the value of propertyWithSetter and also post the new value to database somehow!

Or we can take any approach we want.

Refer to the MDN documentation for defineProperty.

Validate fields after user has left a field

I solved this by expanding on what @jlmcdonald suggested. I created a directive that would automatically be applied to all input and select elements:

var blurFocusDirective = function () {
    return {
        restrict: 'E',
        require: '?ngModel',
        link: function (scope, elm, attr, ctrl) {
            if (!ctrl) {
                return;
            }

            elm.on('focus', function () {
                elm.addClass('has-focus');

                scope.$apply(function () {
                    ctrl.hasFocus = true;
                });
            });

            elm.on('blur', function () {
                elm.removeClass('has-focus');
                elm.addClass('has-visited');

                scope.$apply(function () {
                    ctrl.hasFocus = false;
                    ctrl.hasVisited = true;
                });
            });

            elm.closest('form').on('submit', function () {
                elm.addClass('has-visited');

                scope.$apply(function () {
                    ctrl.hasFocus = false;
                    ctrl.hasVisited = true;
                });
            });

        }
    };
};

app.directive('input', blurFocusDirective);
app.directive('select', blurFocusDirective);

This will add has-focus and has-visited classes to various elements as the user focuses/visits the elements. You can then add these classes to your CSS rules to show validation errors:

input.has-visited.ng-invalid:not(.has-focus) {
    background-color: #ffeeee;   
}

This works well in that elements still get $invalid properties etc, but the CSS can be used to give the user a better experience.

fatal error LNK1169: one or more multiply defined symbols found in game programming

The two int variables are defined in the header file. This means that every source file which includes the header will contain their definition (header inclusion is purely textual). The of course leads to multiple definition errors.

You have several options to fix this.

  1. Make the variables static (static int WIDTH = 1024;). They will still exist in each source file, but their definitions will not be visible outside of the source file.

  2. Turn their definitions into declarations by using extern (extern int WIDTH;) and put the definition into one source file: int WIDTH = 1024;.

  3. Probably the best option: make the variables const (const int WIDTH = 1024;). This makes them static implicitly, and also allows them to be used as compile-time constants, allowing the compiler to use their value directly instead of issuing code to read it from the variable etc.

Edit In Place Content Editing

Since this is a common piece of functionality it's a good idea to write a directive for this. In fact, someone already did that and open sourced it. I used editablespan library in one of my projects and it worked perfectly, highly recommended.

Already defined in .obj - no double inclusions

This is one of the method to overcome this issue.

  • Just put the prototype in the header files and include the header files in the .cpp files as shown below.

client.cpp

#ifndef SOCKET_CLIENT_CLASS
#define SOCKET_CLIENT_CLASS
#ifndef BOOST_ASIO_HPP
#include <boost/asio.hpp>
#endif

class SocketClient // Or whatever the name is... {

// ...

    bool read(int, char*); // Or whatever the name is...

//  ... };

#endif

client.h

bool SocketClient::read(int, char*)
{
    // Implementation  goes here...
}

main.cpp

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <sstream>
#include <boost/asio.hpp>
#include <boost/thread/thread.hpp>
#include "client.h"
//              ^^ Notice this!

main.h

int main()

How to use `replace` of directive definition?

You are getting confused with transclude: true, which would append the inner content.

replace: true means that the content of the directive template will replace the element that the directive is declared on, in this case the <div myd1> tag.

http://plnkr.co/edit/k9qSx15fhSZRMwgAIMP4?p=preview

For example without replace:true

<div myd1><span class="replaced" myd1="">directive template1</span></div>

and with replace:true

<span class="replaced" myd1="">directive template1</span>

As you can see in the latter example, the div tag is indeed replaced.

passing 2 $index values within nested ng-repeat

Just use ng-repeat="(sectionIndex, section) in sections"

and that will be useable on the next level ng-repeat down.

<ul ng-repeat="(sectionIndex, section) in sections">
    <li  class="section_title {{section.active}}" >
        {{section.name}}
    </li>
    <ul>
        <li ng-repeat="tutorial in section.tutorials">
            {{tutorial.name}}, Your section index is {{sectionIndex}}
        </li>
    </ul>
</ul>

angularjs getting previous route path

This alternative also provides a back function.

The template:

<a ng-click='back()'>Back</a>

The module:

myModule.run(function ($rootScope, $location) {

    var history = [];

    $rootScope.$on('$routeChangeSuccess', function() {
        history.push($location.$$path);
    });

    $rootScope.back = function () {
        var prevUrl = history.length > 1 ? history.splice(-2)[0] : "/";
        $location.path(prevUrl);
    };

});

fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'kernel32.lib'

For command line (i.e. - makefile) users only:

  1. When you install VC++ Express, it is 32-bit only. So, things go into C:\Program Files (x86).
  2. Then, you decide to upgrade to 64-bit capabillities. So, you install the SDK. But it is 64-bit capable. So, things go into C:\Program Files.

You (like me) probably "tuned" your makefile to #1, above, via something like this:

MS_SDK_BASE_DOS := C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A
ENV_SET         := LIB="$(MS_SDK_BASE_DOS)\Lib\x64"

But, now, you need to change that tuning to #2, above, like this:

MS_SDK_BASE_DOS := C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1

(Don't miss the "v7.0A" to "v7.1" change, as well.)

How to set focus on input field?

Not sure if relying on the timeout is a good idea, but this works for ng-repeat because this code runs AFTER angularjs updates the DOM, so you make sure all objects are there:

myApp.directive('onLastRepeat', [function () {
        return function (scope, element, attrs) {
            if (scope.$last) setTimeout(function () {
                scope.$emit('onRepeatLast', element, attrs);
            }, 1);
        };
    }]);
    //controller for grid
    myApp.controller('SimpleController', ['$scope', '$timeout', '$http', function ($scope, $timeout, $http)
    {
        var newItemRemoved = false;
        var requiredAlert = false;
        //this event fires up when angular updates the dom for the last item
        //it's observed, so here, we stop the progress bar
        $scope.$on('onRepeatLast', function (scope, element, attrs) {
            //$scope.complete();
            console.log('done done!');
            $("#txtFirstName").focus();
        });
    }]);

Mismatch Detected for 'RuntimeLibrary'

Issue can be solved by adding CRT of msvcrtd.lib in the linker library. Because cryptlib.lib used CRT version of debug.

Visual Studio can't build due to rc.exe

This is even easier than that with Visual Studio 2017. Follow these instructions: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/install/modify-visual-studio to modify using Microsoft Visual Studio Installer.

Once inside the Microsoft Visual Studio Installer, click modify under your installed Visual Studio package, make sure the Desktop development with C++ is checked, and the MFC and ATl support (x86 and x64), under summary.

AngularJS - Create a directive that uses ng-model

You only need ng-model when you need to access the model's $viewValue or $modelValue. See NgModelController. And in that case, you would use require: '^ngModel'.

For the rest, see Roys answer.

fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'libboost_system-vc110-mt-gd-1_51.lib'

I had a similar problem when trying to use boost unit testing in Visual Studio 2015 (Community Edition):

fatal error LNK1104: libboost_unit_test_framework-vc140-mt-1_57

so I thought I'd share my solution.

You can create a boost unit testing project in of of two ways (and this solution works for both):

  1. using the Boost Unit Test Adapter
  2. or by creating a Win32 Console Application (steps here), and substituting the main function with a boost unit testing function (steps here).

Here are the steps I followed to get both projects to work:

First, download the desired boost version (for example, boost_1_57_0). You can either download boost with the correct binaries (compiled using msvc v140), or extract the binaries yourself by running the following commands from command line:

  1. bootstrap.bat
  2. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\VC\vcvarsall.bat" x86
  3. bjam --clean
  4. bjam -j4 --debug-symbols=on --build-type=complete toolset=msvc-14.0 threading=multi runtime-link=shared address-model=32

Where msvc-14.0 specifies that we require the Visual Studio 2015 version (VS 2015 = v14.0 = v140), and address-model=32 specifies that we require platform 32 (but the same can be done for 64 bit).

Once you have the binaries, go to Visual Studio, select the Boost Unit Testing project you have created. Go to Project properties > configuration (from the main menu) and make the following choices:

  • Set the "General > Platform Toolset" to Visual Studio 2015 (v140).

  • Include the path to the boost folder (e.g. C:\boost_1_57_0) and the path to the subfolder containing the binary files (e.g. C:\boost_1_57_0\stage\lib) in:

    • "C\C++ > Additional Include Directory"
    • and "Linker > Additional Library Directories".

set the width of select2 input (through Angular-ui directive)

Add width resolve option to your select2 function

$(document).ready(function() { 
        $("#myselect").select2({ width: 'resolve' });           
});

After add below CSS to your stylesheet

.select2-container {
width: 100% !important;
}

It will sort the issue

Processing $http response in service

Because it is asynchronous, the $scope is getting the data before the ajax call is complete.

You could use $q in your service to create promise and give it back to controller, and controller obtain the result within then() call against promise.

In your service,

app.factory('myService', function($http, $q) {
  var deffered = $q.defer();
  var data = [];  
  var myService = {};

  myService.async = function() {
    $http.get('test.json')
    .success(function (d) {
      data = d;
      console.log(d);
      deffered.resolve();
    });
    return deffered.promise;
  };
  myService.data = function() { return data; };

  return myService;
});

Then, in your controller:

app.controller('MainCtrl', function( myService,$scope) {
  myService.async().then(function() {
    $scope.data = myService.data();
  });
});

Failure during conversion to COFF: file invalid or corrupt

Had to install VS 2010 SP1 in order to get it to work again for myself. Lame microsoft.

VC++ fatal error LNK1168: cannot open filename.exe for writing

The Reason is that your previous build is still running in the background. I solve this problem by following these steps:

  • Open Task Manager
  • Goto Details Tab
  • Find Your Application
  • End Task it by right clicking on it
  • Done!

LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _main referenced in function ___tmainCRTStartup

In my case, it's because I accidentally removed (not deleted) the stdafx.h and targetver.h files in the Header Files section.

Add these files back to Header Files and the problem is solved.

I had these:

#pragma comment( linker, "/entry:\"mainCRTStartup\"" ) // set the entry point to be main()

I just need to comment that (by prepending //) and it's good.

Error 'LINK : fatal error LNK1123: failure during conversion to COFF: file invalid or corrupt' after installing Visual Studio 2012 Release Preview

I set Enable Incremental Linking to "No (/INCREMENTAL:NO)" and it doesn't work for me.

Next I've changed:

Project Properties 
   -> Configuration Properties 
       -> General
          -> Platform Toolset -> "Visual Studio 2012 (v110)"

and it works for me :)

error LNK2005, already defined?

And if you want these translation units to share this variable, define int k; in A.cpp and put extern int k; in B.cpp.

Unresolved external symbol in object files

Make sure you decorate your header files with

#ifndef YOUR_HEADER_H
#define YOUR_HEADER_H

// your header code here

#endif

Bad things -including this- can happen if you don't

Checking if element exists with Python Selenium

You could also do it more concisely using

driver.find_element_by_id("some_id").size != 0

Uncaught ReferenceError: jQuery is not defined

jQuery needs to be the first script you import. The first script on your page

<script type="text/javascript" src="/test/wp-content/themes/child/script/jquery.jcarousel.min.js"></script>

appears to be a jQuery plugin, which is likely generating an error since jQuery hasn't been loaded on the page yet.

How to start working with GTest and CMake

Just as an update to @Patricia's comment in the accepted answer and @Fraser's comment for the original question, if you have access to CMake 3.11+ you can make use of CMake's FetchContent function.

CMake's FetchContent page uses googletest as an example!

I've provided a small modification of the accepted answer:

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.11)
project(basic_test)

set(GTEST_VERSION 1.6.0 CACHE STRING "Google test version")

################################
# GTest
################################
FetchContent_Declare(googletest
GIT_REPOSITORY https://github.com/google/googletest.git
GIT_TAG release-${GTEST_VERSION})

FetchContent_GetProperties(googletest)
if(NOT googletest_POPULATED)
  FetchContent_Populate(googletest)
  add_subdirectory(${googletest_SOURCE_DIR} ${googletest_BINARY_DIR})
endif()

enable_testing()

################################
# Unit Tests
################################
# Add test cpp file
add_executable(runUnitTests testgtest.cpp)

# Include directories
target_include_directories(runUnitTests 
                      $<TARGET_PROPERTY:gtest,INTERFACE_SYSTEM_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES>
                      $<TARGET_PROPERTY:gtest_main,INTERFACE_SYSTEM_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES>)

# Link test executable against gtest & gtest_main
target_link_libraries(runUnitTests gtest
                                   gtest_main)

add_test(runUnitTests runUnitTests)

You can use the INTERFACE_SYSTEM_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES target property of the gtest and gtest_main targets as they are set in the google test CMakeLists.txt script.

error LNK2038: mismatch detected for '_ITERATOR_DEBUG_LEVEL': value '0' doesn't match value '2' in main.obj

Last chance (if other ways don't work): define _ALLOW_ITERATOR_DEBUG_LEVEL_MISMATCH macro in all projects. It will disable "#pragma detect_mismatch" feature which is used in CRT headers.

C++ Fatal Error LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals

In my case, the argument type was different in the header file and .cpp file. In the header file the type was std::wstring and in the .cpp file it was LPCWSTR.

How to delete row in gridview using rowdeleting event?

Here is a trick with what you want to achieve. I was also having problem like you.

Its hard to get selected row and data key in RowDeleting Event But it is very easy to get selected row and datakeys in SelectedIndexChanged event. Here's an example-

protected void gv_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
        int index = gv.SelectedIndex;
        int vehicleId = Convert.ToInt32(gv.DataKeys[index].Value);
        SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection("-----");
        SqlCommand com = new SqlCommand("DELETE FROM tbl WHERE vId = @vId", con);
        com.Parameters.AddWithValue("@vId", vehicleId);
        con.Open();
        com.ExecuteNonQuery();
}

How to find Control in TemplateField of GridView?

Try with below code.

Like GridView in LinkButton, Label, HtmlAnchor and HtmlInputControl.

<asp:GridView ID="mainGrid" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns="false" CssClass="table table-bordered table-hover tablesorter"
    OnRowDataBound="mainGrid_RowDataBound"  EmptyDataText="No Data Found.">
    <Columns>
        <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="HeaderName" HeaderStyle-HorizontalAlign="Center" ItemStyle-HorizontalAlign="Center">
            <ItemTemplate>
                <asp:Label runat="server" ID="lblName" Text=' <%# Eval("LabelName") %>'></asp:Label>
                <asp:LinkButton ID="btnLink" runat="server">ButtonName</asp:LinkButton>
                <a href="javascript:void(0);" id="btnAnchor" runat="server">ButtonName</a>
                <input type="hidden" runat="server" id="hdnBtnInput" value='<%#Eval("ID") %>' />
            </ItemTemplate>
        </asp:TemplateField>
    </Columns>
</asp:GridView>

Handling RowDataBound event,

protected void mainGrid_RowDataBound(object sender, GridViewRowEventArgs e)
{
    if (e.Row.RowType == DataControlRowType.DataRow)
    {
        Label lblName = (Label)e.Row.FindControl("lblName");
        LinkButton btnLink = (LinkButton)e.Row.FindControl("btnLink");
        HtmlAnchor btnAnchor = (HtmlAnchor)e.Row.FindControl("btnAnchor");
        HtmlInputControl hdnBtnInput = (HtmlInputControl)e.Row.FindControl("hdnBtnInput");
    }
}

Open text file and program shortcut in a Windows batch file

The command-line syntax for opening a text file is:

type filename.txt

File types supported by this command include (but are not limited to): .doc, .txt, .html, .log

If the contents is too long, you can add "|more" after "type filename.txt", and it will pause after each screen; to end the command before the end of the file, you can hold Ctrl + C.

error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _WinMain@16 referenced in function ___tmainCRTStartup

If you are using CMake, you can also get this error when you set SET(GUI_TYPE WIN32) on a console application.

Visual Studio: LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file

In my case I had the library installed using NuGet package (cpprestsdk) AND I falsely added the lib to the Additional Dependancies in the Linker settings. It turns out, the package does it all for you.

The linker then tried to find the library in the library path and of course could not find it.

After removing the library from the Additional Dependencies everything compiled and linked fine.

Why is this program erroneously rejected by three C++ compilers?

OCR Says:

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h_S_
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s_l . co__ <, " H llo uo/_d ! '` << s l? . ena_ .
TP__rn _ |
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Which is pretty damn good, to be fair.

Why are C++ inline functions in the header?

There are two ways to look at it:

  1. Inline functions are defined in the header because, in order to inline a function call, the compiler must be able to see the function body. For a naive compiler to do that, the function body must be in the same translation unit as the call. (A modern compiler can optimize across translation units, and so a function call may be inlined even though the function definition is in a separate translation unit, but these optimizations are expensive, aren't always enabled, and weren't always supported by the compiler)

  2. functions defined in the header must be marked inline because otherwise, every translation unit which includes the header will contain a definition of the function, and the linker will complain about multiple definitions (a violation of the One Definition Rule). The inline keyword suppresses this, allowing multiple translation units to contain (identical) definitions.

The two explanations really boil down to the fact that the inline keyword doesn't exactly do what you'd expect.

A C++ compiler is free to apply the inlining optimization (replace a function call with the body of the called function, saving the call overhead) any time it likes, as long as it doesn't alter the observable behavior of the program.

The inline keyword makes it easier for the compiler to apply this optimization, by allowing the function definition to be visible in multiple translation units, but using the keyword doesn't mean the compiler has to inline the function, and not using the keyword doesn't forbid the compiler from inlining the function.

error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _main referenced in function ___tmainCRTStartup

if you have _tmain function in your projects you need to include <tchar.h>.

LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'D:\...\MyProj.exe'

I'm aware this is quite old but I just had the same problem with Visual Studio 2010 all patched up so others may still run into this.

Adding my project path to "Exluded Items" in my AVG anti-virus settings appears to have fixed the problem for me.

Try disabling any anti-virus/resident shield and see if it fixes the problem. If so, add your project path to excluded directories in your AV config.

fatal error LNK1112: module machine type 'x64' conflicts with target machine type 'X86'

I experienced the same problem in VS2008 when I tried to add a X64 build to a project converted from VS2003.

I looked at everything found when searching for this error on Google (Target machine, VC++Directories, DUMPBIN....) and everything looked OK.

Finally I created a new test project and did the same changes and it seemed to work.

Doing a diff between the vcproj files revealed the problem....

My converted project had /MACHINE:i386 set as additional option set under Linker->Command Line. Thus there was two /MACHINE options set (both x64 and i386) and the additional one took preference.

Removing this and setting it properly under Linker->Advanced->Target Machine made the problem disappeared.

Python base64 data decode

i used chardet to detect possible encoding of this data ( if its text ), but get {'confidence': 0.0, 'encoding': None}. Then i tried to use pickle.load and get nothing again. I tried to save this as file , test many different formats and failed here too. Maybe you tell us what type have this 16512 bytes of mysterious data?

Generating random numbers in C

You should call srand() before calling rand to initialize the random number generator.

Either call it with a specific seed, and you will always get the same pseudo-random sequence

#include <stdlib.h>

int main ()
{
  srand ( 123 );
  int random_number = rand();
  return 0;
}

or call it with a changing sources, ie the time function

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

int main ()
{
  srand ( time(NULL) );
  int random_number = rand();
  return 0;
}

In response to Moon's Comment rand() generates a random number with an equal probability between 0 and RAND_MAX (a macro pre-defined in stdlib.h)

You can then map this value to a smaller range, e.g.

int random_value = rand(); //between 0 and RAND_MAX

//you can mod the result
int N = 33;
int rand_capped = random_value % N;  //between 0 and 32
int S = 50;
int rand_range = rand_capped + S; //between 50 and 82

//you can convert it to a float
float unit_random = random_value / (float) RAND_MAX; //between 0 and 1 (floating point)

This might be sufficient for most uses, but its worth pointing out that in the first case using the mod operator introduces a slight bias if N does not divide evenly into RAND_MAX+1.

Random number generators are interesting and complex, it is widely said that the rand() generator in the C standard library is not a great quality random number generator, read (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_number_generation for a definition of quality).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mersenne_twister (source http://www.math.sci.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/~m-mat/MT/emt.html ) is a popular high quality random number generator.

Also, I am not aware of arc4rand() or random() so I cannot comment.

Resolving LNK4098: defaultlib 'MSVCRT' conflicts with

Right-click the project, select Properties then under 'Configuration properties | Linker | Input | Ignore specific Library and write msvcrtd.lib

linking problem: fatal error LNK1112: module machine type 'x64' conflicts with target machine type 'X86'

Go to project properties-> configuration properties -> Librarian Set Target Machine to MachineX64 (/MACHINE:X64)

error LNK2005: xxx already defined in MSVCRT.lib(MSVCR100.dll) C:\something\LIBCMT.lib(setlocal.obj)

You are mixing code that was compiled with /MD (use DLL version of CRT) with code that was compiled with /MT (use static CRT library). That cannot work, all source code files must be compiled with the same setting. Given that you use libraries that were pre-compiled with /MD, almost always the correct setting, you must compile your own code with this setting as well.

Project + Properties, C/C++, Code Generation, Runtime Library.

Beware that these libraries were probably compiled with an earlier version of the CRT, msvcr100.dll is quite new. Not sure if that will cause trouble, you may have to prevent the linker from generating a manifest. You must also make sure to deploy the DLLs you need to the target machine, including msvcr100.dll

OpenCV - DLL missing, but it's not?

Just copy the .dll files to C:\windows\system32\

What is *.o file?

You've gotten some answers, and most of them are correct, but miss what (I think) is probably the point here.

My guess is that you have a makefile you're trying to use to create an executable. In case you're not familiar with them, makefiles list dependencies between files. For a really simple case, it might have something like:

myprogram.exe: myprogram.o
    $(CC) -o myprogram.exe myprogram.o

myprogram.o: myprogram.cpp
    $(CC) -c myprogram.cpp

The first line says that myprogram.exe depends on myprogram.o. The second line tells how to create myprogram.exe from myprogram.o. The third and fourth lines say myprogram.o depends on myprogram.cpp, and how to create myprogram.o from myprogram.cpp` respectively.

My guess is that in your case, you have a makefile like the one above that was created for gcc. The problem you're running into is that you're using it with MS VC instead of gcc. As it happens, MS VC uses ".obj" as the extension for its object files instead of ".o".

That means when make (or its equivalent built into the IDE in your case) tries to build the program, it looks at those lines to try to figure out how to build myprogram.exe. To do that, it sees that it needs to build myprogram.o, so it looks for the rule that tells it how to build myprogram.o. That says it should compile the .cpp file, so it does that.

Then things break down -- the VC++ compiler produces myprogram.obj instead of myprogram.o as the object file, so when it tries to go to the next step to produce myprogram.exe from myprogram.o, it finds that its attempt at creating myprogram.o simply failed. It did what the rule said to do, but that didn't produce myprogram.o as promised. It doesn't know what to do, so it quits and give you an error message.

The cure for that specific problem is probably pretty simple: edit the make file so all the object files have an extension of .obj instead of .o. There's room for a lot of question whether that will fix everything though -- that may be all you need, or it may simply lead to other (probably more difficult) problems.

Prevent jQuery UI dialog from setting focus to first textbox

Add a hidden span above it, use ui-helper-hidden-accessible to make it hidden by absolute positioning. I know you have that class because you are using dialog from jquery-ui and it's in jquery-ui.

<span class="ui-helper-hidden-accessible"><input type="text"/></span>

Visual C++: How to disable specific linker warnings?

I suspect /ignore is a VC6 link.exe option. for VS2005 and VS2008's linker there's no documented /ignore option available, but the linker looks just ignore the "/ignore:XXX" option, no error and no effect.

Minimum and maximum value of z-index?

Out of experience, I think the correct maximum z-index is 2147483638.

Why does fatal error "LNK1104: cannot open file 'C:\Program.obj'" occur when I compile a C++ project in Visual Studio?

I checked all my settings according to this list: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ts7eyw4s.aspx#feedback . It is helpful to me and for my situation, I find out that Link Dependency of projects' properties has double-quote, which should not be there.

AngularJS multiple filter with custom filter function

In view file (HTML or EJS)

<div ng-repeat="item in vm.itemList  | filter: myFilter > </div>

and In Controller

$scope.myFilter = function(item) {
return (item.propertyA === 'value' || item.propertyA === 'value');
}

Alternating Row Colors in Bootstrap 3 - No Table

There isn't really a way to do this without the css getting a little convoluted, but here's the cleanest solution I could put together (the breakpoints in this are just for example purposes, change them to whatever breakpoints you're actually using.) The key is :nth-of-type (or :nth-child -- either would work in this case.)

Smallest viewport:

@media (max-width:$smallest-breakpoint) {

  .row div {
     background: #eee;
   }

  .row div:nth-of-type(2n) {
     background: #fff;
   }

}

Medium viewport:

@media (min-width:$smallest-breakpoint) and (max-width:$mid-breakpoint) {

  .row div {
    background: #eee;
  }

  .row div:nth-of-type(4n+1), .row div:nth-of-type(4n+2) {
    background: #fff;
  }

}

Largest viewport:

@media (min-width:$mid-breakpoint) and (max-width:9999px) {

  .row div {
    background: #eee;
  }

  .row div:nth-of-type(6n+4), 
  .row div:nth-of-type(6n+5), 
  .row div:nth-of-type(6n+6) {
      background: #fff;
  }
}

Working fiddle here

java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space

1.- Yes, but it pretty much refers to the whole memory used by your program.

2.- Yes see Java VM options

-Xms<size>        set initial Java heap size
-Xmx<size>        set maximum Java heap size

Ie

java -Xmx2g assign 2 gigabytes of ram as maximum to your app

But you should see if you don't have a memory leak first.

3.- It depends on the program. Try spot memory leaks. This question would be to hard to answer. Lately you can profile using JConsole to try to find out where your memory is going to

Angular: Cannot Get /

Check if in index.html base is set

<head>
  <base href="/">
  ...
</head>

How to send a PUT/DELETE request in jQuery?

We can extend jQuery to make shortcuts for PUT and DELETE:

jQuery.each( [ "put", "delete" ], function( i, method ) {
  jQuery[ method ] = function( url, data, callback, type ) {
    if ( jQuery.isFunction( data ) ) {
      type = type || callback;
      callback = data;
      data = undefined;
    }

    return jQuery.ajax({
      url: url,
      type: method,
      dataType: type,
      data: data,
      success: callback
    });
  };
});

and now you can use:

$.put('http://stackoverflow.com/posts/22786755/edit', {text:'new text'}, function(result){
   console.log(result);
})

copy from here

how to read xml file from url using php

file_get_contents() usually has permission issues. To avoid them, use:

function get_xml_from_url($url){
    $ch = curl_init();

    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERAGENT, 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1.13) Gecko/20080311 Firefox/2.0.0.13');

    $xmlstr = curl_exec($ch);
    curl_close($ch);

    return $xmlstr;
}

Example:

$xmlstr = get_xml_from_url('http://www.camara.gov.br/SitCamaraWS/Deputados.asmx/ObterDeputados');
$xmlobj = new SimpleXMLElement($xmlstr);
$xmlobj = (array)$xmlobj;//optional

How do you see the entire command history in interactive Python?

If you want to write the history to a file:

import readline
readline.write_history_file('python_history.txt')

The help function gives:

Help on built-in function write_history_file in module readline:

write_history_file(...)
    write_history_file([filename]) -> None
    Save a readline history file.
    The default filename is ~/.history.

Passing variables through handlebars partial

This is very possible if you write your own helper. We are using a custom $ helper to accomplish this type of interaction (and more):

/*///////////////////////

Adds support for passing arguments to partials. Arguments are merged with 
the context for rendering only (non destructive). Use `:token` syntax to 
replace parts of the template path. Tokens are replace in order.

USAGE: {{$ 'path.to.partial' context=newContext foo='bar' }}
USAGE: {{$ 'path.:1.:2' replaceOne replaceTwo foo='bar' }}

///////////////////////////////*/

Handlebars.registerHelper('$', function(partial) {
    var values, opts, done, value, context;
    if (!partial) {
        console.error('No partial name given.');
    }
    values = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1);
    opts = values.pop();
    while (!done) {
        value = values.pop();
        if (value) {
            partial = partial.replace(/:[^\.]+/, value);
        }
        else {
            done = true;
        }
    }
    partial = Handlebars.partials[partial];
    if (!partial) {
        return '';
    }
    context = _.extend({}, opts.context||this, _.omit(opts, 'context', 'fn', 'inverse'));
    return new Handlebars.SafeString( partial(context) );
});

My kubernetes pods keep crashing with "CrashLoopBackOff" but I can't find any log

Try rerunning the pod and running

 kubectl get pods --watch

to watch the status of the pod as it progresses.

In my case, I would only see the end result, 'CrashLoopBackOff,' but the docker container ran fine locally. So I watched the pods using the above command, and I saw the container briefly progress into an OOMKilled state, which meant to me that it required more memory.

Automated Python to Java translation

Actually, this may or may not be much help but you could write a script which created a Java class for each Python class, including method stubs, placing the Python implementation of the method inside the Javadoc

In fact, this is probably pretty easy to knock up in Python.

I worked for a company which undertook a port to Java of a huge Smalltalk (similar-ish to Python) system and this is exactly what they did. Filling in the methods was manual but invaluable, because it got you to really think about what was going on. I doubt that a brute-force method would result in nice code.

Here's another possibility: can you convert your Python to Jython more easily? Jython is just Python for the JVM. It may be possible to use a Java decompiler (e.g. JAD) to then convert the bytecode back into Java code (or you may just wish to run on a JVM). I'm not sure about this however, perhaps someone else would have a better idea.

Git checkout: updating paths is incompatible with switching branches

After having tried most of what I could read in this thread without success, I stumbled across this one: Remote branch not showing up in "git branch -r"

It turned out that my .git/config file was incorrect. After doing a simple fix all branches showed up.

Going from

[remote "origin"]
    url = http://stash.server.com/scm/EX/project.git
    fetch = +refs/heads/master:refs/remotes/origin/master

to

[remote "origin"]
    url = http://stash.server.com/scm/EX/project.git
    fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*

Did the trick

Session unset, or session_destroy?

Something to be aware of, the $_SESSION variables are still set in the same page after calling session_destroy() where as this is not the case when using unset($_SESSION) or $_SESSION = array(). Also, unset($_SESSION) blows away the $_SESSION superglobal so only do this when you're destroying a session.

With all that said, it's best to do like the PHP docs has it in the first example for session_destroy().

How to perform keystroke inside powershell?

If I understand correctly, you want PowerShell to send the ENTER keystroke to some interactive application?

$wshell = New-Object -ComObject wscript.shell;
$wshell.AppActivate('title of the application window')
Sleep 1
$wshell.SendKeys('~')

If that interactive application is a PowerShell script, just use whatever is in the title bar of the PowerShell window as the argument to AppActivate (by default, the path to powershell.exe). To avoid ambiguity, you can have your script retitle its own window by using the title 'new window title' command.

A few notes:

  • The tilde (~) represents the ENTER keystroke. You can also use {ENTER}, though they're not identical - that's the keypad's ENTER key. A complete list is available here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/aa202943%28v=office.10%29.aspx.
  • The reason for the Sleep 1 statement is to wait 1 second because it takes a moment for the window to activate, and if you invoke SendKeys immediately, it'll send the keys to the PowerShell window, or to nowhere.
  • Be aware that this can be tripped up, if you type anything or click the mouse during the second that it's waiting, preventing to window you activate with AppActivate from being active. You can experiment with reducing the amount of time to find the minimum that's reliably sufficient on your system (Sleep accepts decimals, so you could try .5 for half a second). I find that on my 2.6 GHz Core i7 Win7 laptop, anything less than .8 seconds has a significant failure rate. I use 1 second to be safe.
  • IMPORTANT WARNING: Be extra careful if you're using this method to send a password, because activating a different window between invoking AppActivate and invoking SendKeys will cause the password to be sent to that different window in plain text!

Sometimes wscript.shell's SendKeys method can be a little quirky, so if you run into problems, replace the fourth line above with this:

Add-Type -AssemblyName System.Windows.Forms
[System.Windows.Forms.SendKeys]::SendWait('~');

Sort array by firstname (alphabetically) in Javascript

also for both asec and desc sort, u can use this : suppose we have a variable SortType that specify ascending sort or descending sort you want:

 users.sort(function(a,b){
            return   sortType==="asc"? a.firstName.localeCompare( b.firstName): -( a.firstName.localeCompare(  b.firstName));
        })

Read a text file using Node.js?

The async way of life:

#! /usr/bin/node

const fs = require('fs');

function readall (stream)
{
  return new Promise ((resolve, reject) => {
    const chunks = [];
    stream.on ('error', (error) => reject (error));
    stream.on ('data',  (chunk) => chunk && chunks.push (chunk));
    stream.on ('end',   ()      => resolve (Buffer.concat (chunks)));
  });
}

function readfile (filename)
{
  return readall (fs.createReadStream (filename));
}

(async () => {
  let content = await readfile ('/etc/ssh/moduli').catch ((e) => {})
  if (content)
    console.log ("size:", content.length,
                 "head:", content.slice (0, 46).toString ());
})();

Constructors in JavaScript objects

This is a constructor:

function MyClass() {}

When you do

var myObj = new MyClass();

MyClass is executed, and a new object is returned of that class.

<select> HTML element with height

You can also "center" the text with:

vertical-align: middle;

Removing the title text of an iOS UIBarButtonItem

Hide Back Button Title of Navigation Bar

UIBarButtonItem *barButton = [[UIBarButtonItem alloc] init];
barButton.title = @""; // blank or any other title
self.navigationController.navigationBar.topItem.backBarButtonItem = barButton;

How to send email to multiple recipients using python smtplib?

I figured this out a few months back and blogged about it. The summary is:

If you want to use smtplib to send email to multiple recipients, use email.Message.add_header('To', eachRecipientAsString) to add them, and then when you invoke the sendmail method, use email.Message.get_all('To') send the message to all of them. Ditto for Cc and Bcc recipients.

Spark Dataframe distinguish columns with duplicated name

You can use def drop(col: Column) method to drop the duplicated column,for example:

DataFrame:df1

+-------+-----+
| a     | f   |
+-------+-----+
|107831 | ... |
|107831 | ... |
+-------+-----+

DataFrame:df2

+-------+-----+
| a     | f   |
+-------+-----+
|107831 | ... |
|107831 | ... |
+-------+-----+

when I join df1 with df2, the DataFrame will be like below:

val newDf = df1.join(df2,df1("a")===df2("a"))

DataFrame:newDf

+-------+-----+-------+-----+
| a     | f   | a     | f   |
+-------+-----+-------+-----+
|107831 | ... |107831 | ... |
|107831 | ... |107831 | ... |
+-------+-----+-------+-----+

Now, we can use def drop(col: Column) method to drop the duplicated column 'a' or 'f', just like as follows:

val newDfWithoutDuplicate = df1.join(df2,df1("a")===df2("a")).drop(df2("a")).drop(df2("f"))

How do I compare two columns for equality in SQL Server?

The use of IIF? And it depends on version of SQL Server.

SELECT
IIF(Column1 = Column2, 1, 0) AS MyDesiredResult
FROM Table;

git status shows modifications, git checkout -- <file> doesn't remove them

Nothing else on this page worked. This finally worked for me. Showing no untracked, or commited files.

git add -A
git reset --hard

What is the best open XML parser for C++?

try this one: http://www.applied-mathematics.net/tools/xmlParser.html
it's easier and faster than RapidXML or PUGXML.
TinyXML is the worst of the "simple parser".

"An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions" while using SMTP

Ok, so very important to realize the implications here.

Docs say that SSL over 465 is NOT supported in SmtpClient.

Seems like you have no choice but to use STARTTLS which may not be supported by your mail host. You may have to use a different library if your host requires use of SSL over 465.

Quoted from http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.net.mail.smtpclient.enablessl(v=vs.110).aspx

The SmtpClient class only supports the SMTP Service Extension for Secure SMTP over Transport Layer Security as defined in RFC 3207. In this mode, the SMTP session begins on an unencrypted channel, then a STARTTLS command is issued by the client to the server to switch to secure communication using SSL. See RFC 3207 published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for more information.

An alternate connection method is where an SSL session is established up front before any protocol commands are sent. This connection method is sometimes called SMTP/SSL, SMTP over SSL, or SMTPS and by default uses port 465. This alternate connection method using SSL is not currently supported.

Can CSS force a line break after each word in an element?

If you want to be able to choose from different solutions, in addition to the given answers...

An alternative method is to give the container a width of 0 and to make sure overflow is visible. Then each word will overflow out of it and will be on its own line.

_x000D_
_x000D_
div {_x000D_
  width: 0;_x000D_
  overflow: visible;_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>Short Word</div>_x000D_
<hr>_x000D_
<div>Gargantuan Word</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Or you can use one of those newly proposed width values, provided those still exist by the time you read this.

_x000D_
_x000D_
div {_x000D_
  width: min-intrinsic;       /* old Chrome, Safari */_x000D_
  width: -webkit-min-content; /* less old Chrome, Safari */_x000D_
  width: -moz-min-content;    /* current Firefox */_x000D_
  width: min-content;         /* current Chrome, Safari; not IE or Edge */_x000D_
}
_x000D_
<div>Short Word</div>_x000D_
<hr>_x000D_
<div>Gargantuan Word</div>
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Effectively use async/await with ASP.NET Web API

You are not leveraging async / await effectively because the request thread will be blocked while executing the synchronous method ReturnAllCountries()

The thread that is assigned to handle a request will be idly waiting while ReturnAllCountries() does it's work.

If you can implement ReturnAllCountries() to be asynchronous, then you would see scalability benefits. This is because the thread could be released back to the .NET thread pool to handle another request, while ReturnAllCountries() is executing. This would allow your service to have higher throughput, by utilizing threads more efficiently.

JRE installation directory in Windows

where java works for me to list all java exe but java -verbose tells you which rt.jar is used and thus which jre (full path):

[Opened C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\lib\rt.jar]
...

Edit: win7 and java:

java version "1.6.0_20"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_20-b02)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 16.3-b01, mixed mode)

How to split data into trainset and testset randomly?

You could also use numpy. When your data is stored in a numpy.ndarray:

import numpy as np
from random import sample
l = 100 #length of data 
f = 50  #number of elements you need
indices = sample(range(l),f)

train_data = data[indices]
test_data = np.delete(data,indices)

Calling a javascript function recursively

I know this is an old question, but I thought I'd present one more solution that could be used if you'd like to avoid using named function expressions. (Not saying you should or should not avoid them, just presenting another solution)

  var fn = (function() {
    var innerFn = function(counter) {
      console.log(counter);

      if(counter > 0) {
        innerFn(counter-1);
      }
    };

    return innerFn;
  })();

  console.log("running fn");
  fn(3);

  var copyFn = fn;

  console.log("running copyFn");
  copyFn(3);

  fn = function() { console.log("done"); };

  console.log("fn after reassignment");
  fn(3);

  console.log("copyFn after reassignment of fn");
  copyFn(3);

Convert String to Date in MS Access Query

In Access, click Create > Module and paste in the following code

Public Function ConvertMyStringToDateTime(strIn As String) As Date
ConvertMyStringToDateTime = CDate( _
        Mid(strIn, 1, 4) & "-" & Mid(strIn, 5, 2) & "-" & Mid(strIn, 7, 2) & " " & _
        Mid(strIn, 9, 2) & ":" & Mid(strIn, 11, 2) & ":" & Mid(strIn, 13, 2))
End Function

Hit Ctrl+S and save the module as modDateConversion.

Now try using a query like

Select * from Events
Where Events.[Date] > ConvertMyStringToDateTime("20130423014854")

--- Edit ---

Alternative solution avoiding user-defined VBA function:

SELECT * FROM Events
WHERE Format(Events.[Date],'yyyyMMddHhNnSs') > '20130423014854'

Change Timezone in Lumen or Laravel 5

You just have to edit de app.php file in config directory Just find next lines

/*
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Application Timezone
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Here you may specify the default timezone for your application, which
| will be used by the PHP date and date-time functions. We have gone
| ahead and set this to a sensible default for you out of the box.
|
*/

'timezone' => 'UTC',

And.. chage it for:

'timezone' => 'Europe/Paris',

jQuery.ajax returns 400 Bad Request

Be sure and use 'get' or 'post' consistantly with your $.ajax call for example.

$.ajax({
    type: 'get',

must be met with

app.get('/', function(req, res) {

=============== and for post

$.ajax({
    type: 'post',

must be met with

app.post('/', function(req, res) {

How to remove a row from JTable?

In order to remove a row from a JTable, you need to remove the target row from the underlying TableModel. If, for instance, your TableModel is an instance of DefaultTableModel, you can remove a row by doing the following:

((DefaultTableModel)myJTable.getModel()).removeRow(rowToRemove);

How can I remove a key from a Python dictionary?

You can use a dictionary comprehension to create a new dictionary with that key removed:

>>> my_dict = {k: v for k, v in my_dict.items() if k != 'key'}

You can delete by conditions. No error if key doesn't exist.

Where is the <conio.h> header file on Linux? Why can't I find <conio.h>?

conio.h is a C header file used in old MS-DOS compilers to create text user interfaces. Compilers that targeted non-DOS operating systems, such as Linux, Win32 and OS/2, provided different implementations of these functions.

The #include <curses.h> will give you almost all the functionalities that was provided in conio.h

nucurses need to be installed at the first place

In deb based Distros use

sudo apt-get install libncurses5-dev libncursesw5-dev

And in rpm based distros use

sudo yum install ncurses-devel ncurses

For getch() class of functions, you can try this

getActivity() returns null in Fragment function

The best to get rid of this is to keep activity reference when onAttach is called and use the activity reference wherever needed, for e.g.

@Override
public void onAttach(Context context) {
    super.onAttach(activity);
    mContext = context;
}

@Override
public void onDetach() {
    super.onDetach();
    mContext = null;
}

Git commit date

The show command may be what you want. Try

git show -s --format=%ci <commit>

Other formats for the date string are available as well. Check the manual page for details.

How do I 'svn add' all unversioned files to SVN?

If you use Linux or use Cygwin or MinGW in windows you can use bash-like solutions like the following. Contrasting with other similar ones presented here, this one takes into account file name spaces:

svn status| grep ^? | while read line ; do  svn add "`echo $line|cut --complement -c 1,2`" ;done

html 5 audio tag width

For those looking for an inline example, here is one:

<audio controls style="width: 200px;">
   <source src="http://somewhere.mp3" type="audio/mpeg">
</audio>

It doesn't seem to respect a "height" setting, at least not awesomely. But you can always "customize" the controls but creating your own controls (instead of using the built-in ones) or using somebody's widget that similarly creates its own :)

SQL to find the number of distinct values in a column

After MS SQL Server 2012, you can use window function too.

   SELECT column_name, 
   COUNT(column_name) OVER (Partition by column_name) 
   FROM table_name group by column_name ; 

How to get response as String using retrofit without using GSON or any other library in android

** Update ** A scalars converter has been added to retrofit that allows for a String response with less ceremony than my original answer below.

Example interface --

public interface GitHubService {
    @GET("/users/{user}")
    Call<String> listRepos(@Path("user") String user);
}

Add the ScalarsConverterFactory to your retrofit builder. Note: If using ScalarsConverterFactory and another factory, add the scalars factory first.

Retrofit retrofit = new Retrofit.Builder()
    .baseUrl(BASE_URL)
    .addConverterFactory(ScalarsConverterFactory.create())
    // add other factories here, if needed.
    .build();

You will also need to include the scalars converter in your gradle file --

implementation 'com.squareup.retrofit2:converter-scalars:2.1.0'

--- Original Answer (still works, just more code) ---

I agree with @CommonsWare that it seems a bit odd that you want to intercept the request to process the JSON yourself. Most of the time the POJO has all the data you need, so no need to mess around in JSONObject land. I suspect your specific problem might be better solved using a custom gson TypeAdapter or a retrofit Converter if you need to manipulate the JSON. However, retrofit provides more the just JSON parsing via Gson. It also manages a lot of the other tedious tasks involved in REST requests. Just because you don't want to use one of the features, doesn't mean you have to throw the whole thing out. There are times you just want to get the raw stream, so here is how to do it -

First, if you are using Retrofit 2, you should start using the Call API. Instead of sending an object to convert as the type parameter, use ResponseBody from okhttp --

public interface GitHubService {
    @GET("/users/{user}")
    Call<ResponseBody> listRepos(@Path("user") String user);
}

then you can create and execute your call --

GitHubService service = retrofit.create(GitHubService.class);
Call<ResponseBody> result = service.listRepos(username);
result.enqueue(new Callback<ResponseBody>() {
    @Override
    public void onResponse(Response<ResponseBody> response) {
        try {
            System.out.println(response.body().string());
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
    }

    @Override
    public void onFailure(Throwable t) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }
});

Note The code above calls string() on the response object, which reads the entire response into a String. If you are passing the body off to something that can ingest streams, you can call charStream() instead. See the ResponseBody docs.

Array vs. Object efficiency in JavaScript

The short version: Arrays are mostly faster than objects. But there is no 100% correct solution.

Update 2017 - Test and Results

var a1 = [{id: 29938, name: 'name1'}, {id: 32994, name: 'name1'}];

var a2 = [];
a2[29938] = {id: 29938, name: 'name1'};
a2[32994] = {id: 32994, name: 'name1'};

var o = {};
o['29938'] = {id: 29938, name: 'name1'};
o['32994'] = {id: 32994, name: 'name1'};

for (var f = 0; f < 2000; f++) {
    var newNo = Math.floor(Math.random()*60000+10000);
    if (!o[newNo.toString()]) o[newNo.toString()] = {id: newNo, name: 'test'};
    if (!a2[newNo]) a2[newNo] = {id: newNo, name: 'test' };
    a1.push({id: newNo, name: 'test'});
}

test setup test results

Original Post - Explanation

There are some misconceptions in your question.

There are no associative arrays in Javascript. Only Arrays and Objects.

These are arrays:

var a1 = [1, 2, 3];
var a2 = ["a", "b", "c"];
var a3 = [];
a3[0] = "a";
a3[1] = "b";
a3[2] = "c";

This is an array, too:

var a3 = [];
a3[29938] = "a";
a3[32994] = "b";

It's basically an array with holes in it, because every array does have continous indexing. It's slower than arrays without holes. But iterating manually through the array is even slower (mostly).

This is an object:

var a3 = {};
a3[29938] = "a";
a3[32994] = "b";

Here is a performance test of three possibilities:

Lookup Array vs Holey Array vs Object Performance Test

An excellent read about these topics at Smashing Magazine: Writing fast memory efficient JavaScript

How can I get a character in a string by index?

string s = "hello";
char c = s[1];
// now c == 'e'

See also Substring, to return more than one character.

Access Database opens as read only

In my case it was because it was being backed up my a background process which started before I opened Access. It isn't normally a problem if it have the database open when the backup starts.

Getting msbuild.exe without installing Visual Studio

It used to be installed with the .NET framework. MsBuild v12.0 (2013) is now bundled as a stand-alone utility and has it's own installer.

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=40760

To reference the location of MsBuild.exe from within an MsBuild script, use the default $(MsBuildToolsPath) property.

Excel cell value as string won't store as string

Use Range("A1").Text instead of .Value

post comment edit:
Why?
Because the .Text property of Range object returns what is literally visible in the spreadsheet, so if you cell displays for example i100l:25he*_92 then <- Text will return exactly what it in the cell including any formatting.
The .Value and .Value2 properties return what's stored in the cell under the hood excluding formatting. Specially .Value2 for date types, it will return the decimal representation.

If you want to dig deeper into the meaning and performance, I just found this article which seems like a good guide

another edit
Here you go @Santosh
type in (MANUALLY) the values from the DEFAULT (col A) to other columns
Do not format column A at all
Format column B as Text
Format column C as Date[dd/mm/yyyy]
Format column D as Percentage
Dont Format column A, Format B as TEXT, C as Date, D as Percentage
now,
paste this code in a module

Sub main()

    Dim ws As Worksheet, i&, j&
    Set ws = Sheets(1)
    For i = 3 To 7
        For j = 1 To 4
            Debug.Print _
                    "row " & i & vbTab & vbTab & _
                    Cells(i, j).Text & vbTab & _
                    Cells(i, j).Value & vbTab & _
                    Cells(i, j).Value2
        Next j
    Next i
End Sub

and Analyse the output! Its really easy and there isn't much more i can do to help :)

            .TEXT              .VALUE             .VALUE2
row 3       hello             hello               hello
row 3       hello             hello               hello
row 3       hello             hello               hello
row 3       hello             hello               hello
row 4       1                 1                   1
row 4       1                 1                   1
row 4       01/01/1900        31/12/1899          1
row 4       1.00%             0.01                0.01
row 5       helo1$$           helo1$$             helo1$$
row 5       helo1$$           helo1$$             helo1$$
row 5       helo1$$           helo1$$             helo1$$
row 5       helo1$$           helo1$$             helo1$$
row 6       63                63                  63
row 6       =7*9              =7*9                =7*9
row 6       03/03/1900        03/03/1900          63
row 6       6300.00%          63                  63
row 7       29/05/2013        29/05/2013          41423
row 7       29/05/2013        29/05/2013          29/05/2013
row 7       29/05/2013        29/05/2013          41423
row 7       29/05/2013%       29/05/2013%         29/05/2013%

How to make link not change color after visited?

For application on all the anchor tags, use

CSS

a:visited{
    color:blue;
}

For application on only some of the anchor tags, use

CSS

.linkcolor a:visited{
    color:blue;
}

HTML

<span class="linkcolor"><a href="http://stackoverflow.com/" target="_blank">Go to Home</a></span>

Split a large dataframe into a list of data frames based on common value in column

Stumbled across this answer and I actually wanted BOTH groups (data containing that one user and data containing everything but that one user). Not necessary for the specifics of this post, but I thought I would add in case someone was googling the same issue as me.

df <- data.frame(
     ran_data1=rnorm(125),
     ran_data2=rnorm(125),
     g=rep(factor(LETTERS[1:5]), 25)
 )

test_x = split(df,df$g)[['A']]
test_y = split(df,df$g!='A')[['TRUE']]

Here's what it looks like:

head(test_x)
            x          y g
1   1.1362198  1.2969541 A
6   0.5510307 -0.2512449 A
11  0.0321679  0.2358821 A
16  0.4734277 -1.2889081 A
21 -1.2686151  0.2524744 A

> head(test_y)
            x          y g
2 -2.23477293  1.1514810 B
3 -0.46958938 -1.7434205 C
4  0.07365603  0.1111419 D
5 -1.08758355  0.4727281 E
7  0.28448637 -1.5124336 B
8  1.24117504  0.4928257 C

Excel- compare two cell from different sheet, if true copy value from other cell

In your destination field you want to use VLOOKUP like so:

=VLOOKUP(Sheet1!A1:A100,Sheet2!A1:F100,6,FALSE)

VLOOKUP Arguments:

  1. The set fields you want to lookup.
  2. The table range you want to lookup up your value against. The first column of your defined table should be the column you want compared against your lookup field. The table range should also contain the value you want to display (Column F).
  3. This defines what field you want to display upon a match.
  4. FALSE tells VLOOKUP to do an exact match.

excel - if cell is not blank, then do IF statement

You need to use AND statement in your formula

=IF(AND(IF(NOT(ISBLANK(Q2));TRUE;FALSE);Q2<=R2);"1";"0")

And if both conditions are met, return 1.

You could also add more conditions in your AND statement.

How to convert Map keys to array?

I need something similiar with angular reactive form:

let myMap = new Map().set(0, {status: 'VALID'}).set(1, {status: 'INVALID'});
let mapToArray = Array.from(myMap.values());
let isValid = mapToArray.every(x => x.status === 'VALID');

How can I dynamically set the position of view in Android?

Use LayoutParams. If you are using a LinearLayout you have to import android.widget.LinearLayout.LayoutParams, else import the proper version of LayoutParams for the layout you're using, or it will cause a ClassCastException, then:

LayoutParams layoutParams = new LayoutParams(int width, int height);
layoutParams.setMargins(int left, int top, int right, int bottom);
imageView.setLayoutParams(layoutParams);

NB: Note that you can use also imageView.setLeft(int dim), BUT THIS WON'T set the position of the component, it will set only the position of the left border of the component, the rest will remain at the same position.

How to hide code from cells in ipython notebook visualized with nbviewer?

This can be done using an IPython ToggleButton widget and a little bit of JavaScript. The following code should be placed into a code cell at the top of the document:

import ipywidgets as widgets
from IPython.display import display, HTML

javascript_functions = {False: "hide()", True: "show()"}
button_descriptions  = {False: "Show code", True: "Hide code"}


def toggle_code(state):

    """
    Toggles the JavaScript show()/hide() function on the div.input element.
    """

    output_string = "<script>$(\"div.input\").{}</script>"
    output_args   = (javascript_functions[state],)
    output        = output_string.format(*output_args)

    display(HTML(output))


def button_action(value):

    """
    Calls the toggle_code function and updates the button description.
    """

    state = value.new

    toggle_code(state)

    value.owner.description = button_descriptions[state]


state = False
toggle_code(state)

button = widgets.ToggleButton(state, description = button_descriptions[state])
button.observe(button_action, "value")

display(button)

This creates the following button to toggle showing/hiding the code for the Jupyter Notebook, defaulted to the "hide" state:

Hide code state

When set to the "show" state, you can then see the code for the Jupyter Notebook:

Show code state

As an aside, while much of this code should be placed at the beginning of the Notebook, the location of the toggle button is optional. Personally, I prefer to keep it at the bottom of the document. To do so, simply move the display(button) line to a separate code cell at the bottom of the page:

Relocated toggle button

How to insert a SQLite record with a datetime set to 'now' in Android application?

Method 1

CURRENT_TIME – Inserts only time
CURRENT_DATE – Inserts only date
CURRENT_TIMESTAMP – Inserts both time and date

CREATE TABLE users(
    id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY,
    username TEXT,
    created_at DATETIME DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP
);

Method 2

db.execSQL("INSERT INTO users(username, created_at) 
            VALUES('ravitamada', 'datetime()'");

Method 3 Using java Date functions

private String getDateTime() {
        SimpleDateFormat dateFormat = new SimpleDateFormat(
                "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss", Locale.getDefault());
        Date date = new Date();
        return dateFormat.format(date);
}

ContentValues values = new ContentValues();
values.put('username', 'ravitamada');
values.put('created_at', getDateTime());
// insert the row
long id = db.insert('users', null, values);

What causes HttpHostConnectException?

You must set proxy server for gradle at some time, you can try to change the proxy server ip address in gradle.properties which is under .gradle document

How do I create an Excel chart that pulls data from multiple sheets?

Use the Chart Wizard.

On Step 2 of 4, there is a tab labeled "Series". There are 3 fields and a list box on this tab. The list box shows the different series you are already including on the chart. Each series has both a "Name" field and a "Values" field that is specific to that series. The final field is the "Category (X) axis labels" field, which is common to all series.

Click on the "Add" button below the list box. This will add a blank series to your list box. Notice that the values for "Name" and for "Values" change when you highlight a series in the list box.

Select your new series.

There is an icon in each field on the right side. This icon allows you to select cells in the workbook to pull the data from. When you click it, the Wizard temporarily hides itself (except for the field you are working in) allowing you to interact with the workbook.

Select the appropriate sheet in the workbook and then select the fields with the data you want to show in the chart. The button on the right of the field can be clicked to unhide the wizard.

Hope that helps.

EDIT: The above applies to 2003 and before. For 2007, when the chart is selected, you should be able to do a similar action using the "Select Data" option on the "Design" tab of the ribbon. This opens up a dialog box listing the Series for the chart. You can select the series just as you could in Excel 2003, but you must use the "Add" and "Edit" buttons to define custom series.

Do sessions really violate RESTfulness?

HTTP transaction, basic access authentication, is not suitable for RBAC, because basic access authentication uses the encrypted username:password every time to identify, while what is needed in RBAC is the Role the user wants to use for a specific call. RBAC does not validate permissions on username, but on roles.

You could tric around to concatenate like this: usernameRole:password, but this is bad practice, and it is also inefficient because when a user has more roles, the authentication engine would need to test all roles in concatenation, and that every call again. This would destroy one of the biggest technical advantages of RBAC, namely a very quick authorization-test.

So that problem cannot be solved using basic access authentication.

To solve this problem, session-maintaining is necessary, and that seems, according to some answers, in contradiction with REST.

That is what I like about the answer that REST should not be treated as a religion. In complex business cases, in healthcare, for example, RBAC is absolutely common and necessary. And it would be a pity if they would not be allowed to use REST because all REST-tools designers would treat REST as a religion.

For me there are not many ways to maintain a session over HTTP. One can use cookies, with a sessionId, or a header with a sessionId.

If someone has another idea I will be glad to hear it.

How can I add 1 day to current date?

int days = 1;
var newDate = new Date(Date.now() + days*24*60*60*1000);

CodePen

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How to check if a given directory exists in Ruby

You could use Kernel#test:

test ?d, 'some directory'

it gets it's origins from https://ss64.com/bash/test.html you will notice bash test has this flag -d to test if a directory exists -d file True if file is a Directory. [[ -d demofile ]]

check if file exists in php

You can also use PHP get_headers() function.

Example:

function check_file_exists_here($url){
   $result=get_headers($url);
   return stripos($result[0],"200 OK")?true:false; //check if $result[0] has 200 OK
}

if(check_file_exists_here("http://www.mywebsite.com/file.pdf"))
   echo "This file exists";
else
   echo "This file does not exist";

How can I combine multiple rows into a comma-delimited list in Oracle?

In this example we are creating a function to bring a comma delineated list of distinct line level AP invoice hold reasons into one field for header level query:

 FUNCTION getHoldReasonsByInvoiceId (p_InvoiceId IN NUMBER) RETURN VARCHAR2

  IS

  v_HoldReasons   VARCHAR2 (1000);

  v_Count         NUMBER := 0;

  CURSOR v_HoldsCusror (p2_InvoiceId IN NUMBER)
   IS
     SELECT DISTINCT hold_reason
       FROM ap.AP_HOLDS_ALL APH
      WHERE status_flag NOT IN ('R') AND invoice_id = p2_InvoiceId;
BEGIN

  v_HoldReasons := ' ';

  FOR rHR IN v_HoldsCusror (p_InvoiceId)
  LOOP
     v_Count := v_COunt + 1;

     IF (v_Count = 1)
     THEN
        v_HoldReasons := rHR.hold_reason;
     ELSE
        v_HoldReasons := v_HoldReasons || ', ' || rHR.hold_reason;
     END IF;
  END LOOP;

  RETURN v_HoldReasons;
END; 

What is the syntax of the enhanced for loop in Java?

  1. Enhanced For Loop (Java)
for (Object obj : list);
  1. Enhanced For Each in arraylist (Java)
ArrayList<Integer> list = new ArrayList<Integer>(); 
list.forEach((n) -> System.out.println(n)); 

HTTPS setup in Amazon EC2

You can also use Amazon API Gateway. Put your application behind API Gateway. Please check this FAQ

HashMap to return default value for non-found keys?

It does this by default. It returns null.

How to read the value of a private field from a different class in Java?

Use the Soot Java Optimization framework to directly modify the bytecode. http://www.sable.mcgill.ca/soot/

Soot is completely written in Java and works with new Java versions.

How to hide/show div tags using JavaScript?

Set your HTML as

 <div id="body" hidden="">
 <h1>Numbers</h1>
 </div>
 <div id="body1" hidden="hidden">
 Body 1
 </div>

And now set the javascript as

     function changeDiv()
      {
      document.getElementById('body').hidden = "hidden"; // hide body div tag
      document.getElementById('body1').hidden = ""; // show body1 div tag
      document.getElementById('body1').innerHTML = "If you can see this, JavaScript function worked"; 
      // display text if JavaScript worked
       }

Check, it works.

Handler vs AsyncTask vs Thread

As the Tutorial on Android background processing with Handlers, AsyncTask and Loaders on the Vogella site puts it:

The Handler class can be used to register to a thread and provides a simple channel to send data to this thread.

The AsyncTask class encapsulates the creation of a background process and the synchronization with the main thread. It also supports reporting progress of the running tasks.

And a Thread is basically the core element of multithreading which a developer can use with the following disadvantage:

If you use Java threads you have to handle the following requirements in your own code:

  • Synchronization with the main thread if you post back results to the user interface
  • No default for canceling the thread
  • No default thread pooling
  • No default for handling configuration changes in Android

And regarding the AsyncTask, as the Android Developer's Reference puts it:

AsyncTask enables proper and easy use of the UI thread. This class allows to perform background operations and publish results on the UI thread without having to manipulate threads and/or handlers.

AsyncTask is designed to be a helper class around Thread and Handler and does not constitute a generic threading framework. AsyncTasks should ideally be used for short operations (a few seconds at the most.) If you need to keep threads running for long periods of time, it is highly recommended you use the various APIs provided by the java.util.concurrent package such as Executor, ThreadPoolExecutor and FutureTask.

Update May 2015: I found an excellent series of lectures covering this topic.

This is the Google Search: Douglas Schmidt lecture android concurrency and synchronisation

This is the video of the first lecture on YouTube

All this is part of the CS 282 (2013): Systems Programming for Android from the Vanderbilt University. Here's the YouTube Playlist

Douglas Schmidt seems to be an excellent lecturer

Important: If you are at a point where you are considering to use AsyncTask to solve your threading issues, you should first check out ReactiveX/RxAndroid for a possibly more appropriate programming pattern. A very good resource for getting an overview is Learning RxJava 2 for Android by example.

How to add ASP.NET 4.0 as Application Pool on IIS 7, Windows 7

In the top level of the IIS Manager (above Sites), you should see the Application Pools tree node. Right click on "Application Pools", choose "Add Application Pool".

Give it a name, choose .NET Framework 4.0 and either Integrated or Classic mode.

When you add or edit a web site, your new application pools will now show up in the list.

What's wrong with foreign keys?

I echo the answer by Dmitriy - very well put.

For those who are worried about the performance overhead FK's often bring, there's a way (in Oracle) you can get the query optimiser advantage of the FK constraint without the cost overhead of constraint validation during insert, delete or update. That is to create the FK constraint with the attributes RELY DISABLE NOVALIDATE. This means the query optimiser ASSUMES that the constraint has been enforced when building queries, without the database actually enforcing the constraint. You have to be very careful here to take the responsibility when you populate a table with an FK constraint like this to make absolutely sure you don't have data in your FK column(s) that violate the constraint, as if you do so you could get unreliable results from queries that involve the table this FK constraint is on.

I usually use this strategy on some tables in my data mart schema, but not in my integrated staging schema. I make sure the tables I am copying data from already have the same constraint enforced, or the ETL routine enforces the constraint.

How to add a reference programmatically

There are two ways to add references using VBA. .AddFromGuid(Guid, Major, Minor) and .AddFromFile(Filename). Which one is best depends on what you are trying to add a reference to. I almost always use .AddFromFile because the things I am referencing are other Excel VBA Projects and they aren't in the Windows Registry.

The example code you are showing will add a reference to the workbook the code is in. I generally don't see any point in doing that because 90% of the time, before you can add the reference, the code has already failed to compile because the reference is missing. (And if it didn't fail-to-compile, you are probably using late binding and you don't need to add a reference.)

If you are having problems getting the code to run, there are two possible issues.

  1. In order to easily use the VBE's object model, you need to add a reference to Microsoft Visual Basic for Application Extensibility. (VBIDE)
  2. In order to run Excel VBA code that changes anything in a VBProject, you need to Trust access to the VBA Project Object Model. (In Excel 2010, it is located in the Trust Center - Macro Settings.)

Aside from that, if you can be a little more clear on what your question is or what you are trying to do that isn't working, I could give a more specific answer.

pandas get rows which are NOT in other dataframe

extract the dissimilar rows using the merge function
df = df.merge(same.drop_duplicates(), on=['col1','col2'], 
               how='left', indicator=True)
save the dissimilar rows in CSV
df[df['_merge'] == 'left_only'].to_csv('output.csv')

Call-time pass-by-reference has been removed

Only call time pass-by-reference is removed. So change:

call_user_func($func, &$this, &$client ...

To this:

call_user_func($func, $this, $client ...

&$this should never be needed after PHP4 anyway period.

If you absolutely need $client to be passed by reference, update the function ($func) signature instead (function func(&$client) {)

How might I extract the property values of a JavaScript object into an array?

Maybe a bit verbose, but robust and fast

var result = [];
var keys = Object.keys(myObject);
for (var i = 0, len = keys.length; i < len; i++) {
    result.push(myObject[keys[i]]);
}

What characters are valid in a URL?

All the gory details can be found in the current RFC on the topic: RFC 3986 (Uniform Resource Identifier (URI): Generic Syntax)

Based on this related answer, you are looking at a list that looks like: A-Z, a-z, 0-9, -, ., _, ~, :, /, ?, #, [, ], @, !, $, &, ', (, ), *, +, ,, ;, %, and =. Everything else must be url-encoded. Also, some of these characters can only exist in very specific spots in a URI and outside of those spots must be url-encoded (e.g. % can only be used in conjunction with url encoding as in %20), the RFC has all of these specifics.

Failed to authenticate on SMTP server error using gmail

Nothing wrong with your method, it's a G-mail security issue.

  1. Login g-mail account settings.

  2. Enable 2-step verification.

  3. Generate app-password.

  4. Use new-generated password in place of your real g-mail password.

Don't forget to clear cache.

php artisan config:cache.
php artisan config:clear.

MAIL_DRIVER=smtp
MAIL_HOST=mailtrap.io
MAIL_PORT=587
[email protected]
MAIL_PASSWORD=generatedAppPassword
MAIL_ENCRYPTION=tls

How to programmatically round corners and set random background colors

You can dynamically change color of any items ( layout, textview ) . Try below code to set color programmatically in layout

in activity.java file


String quote_bg_color = "#FFC107"
quoteContainer= (LinearLayout)view.findViewById(R.id.id_quotecontainer);
quoteContainer.setBackgroundResource(R.drawable.layout_round);
GradientDrawable drawable = (GradientDrawable) quoteContainer.getBackground();
drawable.setColor(Color.parseColor(quote_bg_color));

create layout_round.xml in drawable folder

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <solid android:color="@color/colorPrimaryLight"/>
    <stroke android:width="0dp" android:color="#B1BCBE" />
    <corners android:radius="10dp"/>
    <padding android:left="0dp" android:top="0dp" android:right="0dp" android:bottom="0dp" />
</shape>

layout in activity.xml file

<LinearLayout
        android:id="@+id/id_quotecontainer"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:orientation="vertical">

----other components---

</LinearLayout>


C++ variable has initializer but incomplete type?

I got a similar error and hit this page while searching the solution.

With Qt this error can happen if you forget to add the QT_WRAP_CPP( ... ) step in your build to run meta object compiler (moc). Including the Qt header is not sufficient.

how to upload a file to my server using html

On top of what the others have already stated, some sort of server-side scripting is necessary in order for the server to read and save the file.

Using PHP might be a good choice, but you're free to use any server-side scripting language. http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_file_upload.asp may be of use on that end.

Get the last insert id with doctrine 2?

I had to use this after the flush to get the last insert id:

$em->persist($user);
$em->flush();
$user->getId();

Dealing with float precision in Javascript

> var x = 0.1
> var y = 0.2
> var cf = 10
> x * y
0.020000000000000004
> (x * cf) * (y * cf) / (cf * cf)
0.02

Quick solution:

var _cf = (function() {
  function _shift(x) {
    var parts = x.toString().split('.');
    return (parts.length < 2) ? 1 : Math.pow(10, parts[1].length);
  }
  return function() { 
    return Array.prototype.reduce.call(arguments, function (prev, next) { return prev === undefined || next === undefined ? undefined : Math.max(prev, _shift (next)); }, -Infinity);
  };
})();

Math.a = function () {
  var f = _cf.apply(null, arguments); if(f === undefined) return undefined;
  function cb(x, y, i, o) { return x + f * y; }
  return Array.prototype.reduce.call(arguments, cb, 0) / f;
};

Math.s = function (l,r) { var f = _cf(l,r); return (l * f - r * f) / f; };

Math.m = function () {
  var f = _cf.apply(null, arguments);
  function cb(x, y, i, o) { return (x*f) * (y*f) / (f * f); }
  return Array.prototype.reduce.call(arguments, cb, 1);
};

Math.d = function (l,r) { var f = _cf(l,r); return (l * f) / (r * f); };

> Math.m(0.1, 0.2)
0.02

You can check the full explanation here.

Equal height rows in a flex container

you can do it by fixing the height of "P" tag or fixing the height of "list-item".

I have done by fixing the height of "P"

and overflow should be hidden.

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How to add row in JTable?

To add row to JTable, one of the ways is:

1) Create table using DefaultTableModel:

        DefaultTableModel model = new DefaultTableModel();
        model.addColumn("Code");
        model.addColumn("Name");
        model.addColumn("Quantity");
        model.addColumn("Unit Price");
        model.addColumn("Price");
        JTable table = new JTable(model);

2) To add row:

        DefaultTableModel model = (DefaultTableModel) table.getModel();
        model.addRow(new Object[]{"Column 1", "Column 2", "Column 3","Column 4","Column 5"});

How to filter files when using scp to copy dir recursively?

Below command for files.

scp `find . -maxdepth 1 -name "*.log" \! -name "hs_err_pid2801.log" -type f` root@IP:/tmp/test/

  1. IP will be destination server IP address.
  2. -name "*.log" for include files.
  3. \! -name "hs_err_pid2801.log" for exclude files.
  4. . is current working dir.
  5. -type f for file type.

Below command for directory.

scp -r `find . -maxdepth 1 -name "lo*" \! -name "localhost" -type d` root@IP:/tmp/test/

you can customize above command as per your requirement.

Set View Width Programmatically

yourView.setLayoutParams(new LinearLayout.LayoutParams(width, height));

How can I save application settings in a Windows Forms application?

If you are planning on saving to a file within the same directory as your executable, here's a nice solution that uses the JSON format:

using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Web.Script.Serialization;

namespace MiscConsole
{
    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            MySettings settings = MySettings.Load();
            Console.WriteLine("Current value of 'myInteger': " + settings.myInteger);
            Console.WriteLine("Incrementing 'myInteger'...");
            settings.myInteger++;
            Console.WriteLine("Saving settings...");
            settings.Save();
            Console.WriteLine("Done.");
            Console.ReadKey();
        }

        class MySettings : AppSettings<MySettings>
        {
            public string myString = "Hello World";
            public int myInteger = 1;
        }
    }

    public class AppSettings<T> where T : new()
    {
        private const string DEFAULT_FILENAME = "settings.json";

        public void Save(string fileName = DEFAULT_FILENAME)
        {
            File.WriteAllText(fileName, (new JavaScriptSerializer()).Serialize(this));
        }

        public static void Save(T pSettings, string fileName = DEFAULT_FILENAME)
        {
            File.WriteAllText(fileName, (new JavaScriptSerializer()).Serialize(pSettings));
        }

        public static T Load(string fileName = DEFAULT_FILENAME)
        {
            T t = new T();
            if(File.Exists(fileName))
                t = (new JavaScriptSerializer()).Deserialize<T>(File.ReadAllText(fileName));
            return t;
        }
    }
}

How can I align YouTube embedded video in the center in bootstrap

<center><div class="video">
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/ig3qHRVZRvM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen=""></iframe>
</div></center>

It seems to work, is this all you were asking for? I guess you could go about taking longer more involved routes, but this seemed simple enough.

How can I run a windows batch file but hide the command window?

For any executable file, you can run your program using cmd with "c" parameter:

cmd /c "your program address"\"YourFileName".bat  

(->if it's a batch file!) As a final solution, I suggest that you create a .cmd file and put this command in it:

cmd /c "your program address"\"YourFileName".bat
exit

Now just run this .cmd file.

Introducing FOREIGN KEY constraint may cause cycles or multiple cascade paths - why?

In .NET Core I played with all upper answers - but without any success. I made changes a lot in DB structure and every time added new migration attempting to update-database, but received the same error.

Then I started to remove-migration one by one until Package Manager Console threw me exception:

The migration '20170827183131_***' has already been applied to the database

After that, I added new migration (add-migration) and update-database successfully

So my suggestion would be: clear out all your temp migrations, until your current DB state.

How to create a new instance from a class object in Python

Just call the "type" built in using three parameters, like this:

ClassName = type("ClassName", (Base1, Base2,...), classdictionary)

update as stated in the comment bellow this is not the answer to this question at all. I will keep it undeleted, since there are hints some people get here trying to dynamically create classes - which is what the line above does.

To create an object of a class one has a reference too, as put in the accepted answer, one just have to call the class:

instance = ClassObject()

The mechanism for instantiation is thus:

Python does not use the new keyword some languages use - instead it's data model explains the mechanism used to create an instantance of a class when it is called with the same syntax as any other callable:

Its class' __call__ method is invoked (in the case of a class, its class is the "metaclass" - which is usually the built-in type). The normal behavior of this call is to invoke the (pseudo) static __new__ method on the class being instantiated, followed by its __init__. The __new__ method is responsible for allocating memory and such, and normally is done by the __new__ of object which is the class hierarchy root.

So calling ClassObject() invokes ClassObject.__class__.call() (which normally will be type.__call__) this __call__ method will receive ClassObject itself as the first parameter - a Pure Python implementation would be like this: (the cPython version is of course, done in C, and with lots of extra code for cornercases and optimizations)

class type:
    ...
    def __call__(cls, *args, **kw):
          constructor = getattr(cls, "__new__")
          instance = constructor(cls) if constructor is object.__new__ else constructor(cls, *args, **kw)
          instance.__init__(cls, *args, **kw)
          return instance

(I don't recall seeing on the docs the exact justification (or mechanism) for suppressing extra parameters to the root __new__ and passing it to other classes - but it is what happen "in real life" - if object.__new__ is called with any extra parameters it raises a type error - however, any custom implementation of a __new__ will get the extra parameters normally)

Convert string with commas to array

You can use javascript Spread Syntax to convert string to an array. In the solution below, I remove the comma then convert the string to an array.

var string = "0,1"
var array = [...string.replace(',', '')]
console.log(array[0])

How to change the Eclipse default workspace?

  1. Go to eclipse\configuration\
  2. Open the file "config.ini"
  3. Modify the line

    osgi.instance.area.default="F:/Workspace/Java"
    

    where "F:/Workspace/Java" should be your default workspace!

Triggering change detection manually in Angular

In Angular 2+, try the @Input decorator

It allows for some nice property binding between parent and child components.

First create a global variable in the parent to hold the object/property that will be passed to the child.

Next create a global variable in the child to hold the object/property passed from the parent.

Then in the parent html, where the child template is used, add square brackets notation with the name of the child variable, then set it equal to the name of the parent variable. Example:

<child-component-template [childVariable] = parentVariable>
</child-component-template>

Finally, where the child property is defined in the child component, add the Input decorator:

@Input()
public childVariable: any

When your parent variable is updated, it should pass the updates to the child component, which will update its html.

Also, to trigger a function in the child component, take a look at ngOnChanges.

Digital Certificate: How to import .cer file in to .truststore file using?

# Copy the certificate into the directory Java_home\Jre\Lib\Security
# Change your directory to Java_home\Jre\Lib\Security>
# Import the certificate to a trust store.

keytool -import -alias ca -file somecert.cer -keystore cacerts -storepass changeit [Return]

Trust this certificate: [Yes]

changeit is the default truststore password

Interface vs Abstract Class (general OO)

Copied from CLR via C# by Jeffrey Richter...

I often hear the question, “Should I design a base type or an interface?” The answer isn’t always clearcut.

Here are some guidelines that might help you:

¦¦ IS-A vs. CAN-DO relationship A type can inherit only one implementation. If the derived type can’t claim an IS-A relationship with the base type, don’t use a base type; use an interface. Interfaces imply a CAN-DO relationship. If the CAN-DO functionality appears to belong with various object types, use an interface. For example, a type can convert instances of itself to another type (IConvertible), a type can serialize an instance of itself (ISerializable), etc. Note that value types must be derived from System.ValueType, and therefore, they cannot be derived from an arbitrary base class. In this case, you must use a CAN-DO relationship and define an interface.

¦¦ Ease of use It’s generally easier for you as a developer to define a new type derived from a base type than to implement all of the methods of an interface. The base type can provide a lot of functionality, so the derived type probably needs only relatively small modifications to its behavior. If you supply an interface, the new type must implement all of the members.

¦¦ Consistent implementation No matter how well an interface contract is documented, it’s very unlikely that everyone will implement the contract 100 percent correctly. In fact, COM suffers from this very problem, which is why some COM objects work correctly only with Microsoft Word or with Windows Internet Explorer. By providing a base type with a good default implementation, you start off using a type that works and is well tested; you can then modify parts that need modification.

¦¦ Versioning If you add a method to the base type, the derived type inherits the new method, you start off using a type that works, and the user’s source code doesn’t even have to be recompiled. Adding a new member to an interface forces the inheritor of the interface to change its source code and recompile.

Task.Run with Parameter(s)?

Just use Task.Run

var task = Task.Run(() =>
{
    //this will already share scope with rawData, no need to use a placeholder
});

Or, if you would like to use it in a method and await the task later

public Task<T> SomethingAsync<T>()
{
    var task = Task.Run(() =>
    {
        //presumably do something which takes a few ms here
        //this will share scope with any passed parameters in the method
        return default(T);
    });

    return task;
}

pip issue installing almost any library

Pypi removed support for TLS versions less than 1.2

You need to re-install Pip, do

curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py | python

or for global Python:

curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py | sudo python

Are the shift operators (<<, >>) arithmetic or logical in C?

will typically use logical shifts on unsigned variables and for left-shifts on signed variables. The arithmetic right shift is the truly important one because it will sign extend the variable.

will will use this when applicable, as other compilers are likely to do.

Accessing JSON elements

I did this method for in-depth navigation of a Json

def filter_dict(data: dict, extract):
    try:
        if isinstance(extract, list):
            for i in extract:
                result = filter_dict(data, i)
                if result:
                    return result
        keys = extract.split('.')
        shadow_data = data.copy()
        for key in keys:
            if str(key).isnumeric():
                key = int(key)
            shadow_data = shadow_data[key]
        return shadow_data
    except IndexError:
        return None

filter_dict(wjdata, 'data.current_condition.0.temp_C')
# 10

Is there 'byte' data type in C++?

No there is no byte data type in C++. However you could always include the bitset header from the standard library and create a typedef for byte:

typedef bitset<8> BYTE;

NB: Given that WinDef.h defines BYTE for windows code, you may want to use something other than BYTE if your intending to target Windows.

Edit: In response to the suggestion that the answer is wrong. The answer is not wrong. The question was "Is there a 'byte' data type in C++?". The answer was and is: "No there is no byte data type in C++" as answered.

With regards to the suggested possible alternative for which it was asked why is the suggested alternative better?

According to my copy of the C++ standard, at the time:

"Objects declared as characters (char) shall be large enough to store any member of the implementations basic character set": 3.9.1.1

I read that to suggest that if a compiler implementation requires 16 bits to store a member of the basic character set then the size of a char would be 16 bits. That today's compilers tend to use 8 bits for a char is one thing, but as far as I can tell there is certainly no guarantee that it will be 8 bits.

On the other hand, "the class template bitset<N> describes an object that can store a sequence consisting of a fixed number of bits, N." : 20.5.1. In otherwords by specifying 8 as the template parameter I end up with an object that can store a sequence consisting of 8 bits.

Whether or not the alternative is better to char, in the context of the program being written, therefore depends, as far as I understand, although I may be wrong, upon your compiler and your requirements at the time. It was therefore upto the individual writing the code, as far as I'm concerned, to do determine whether the suggested alternative was appropriate for their requirements/wants/needs.

What is the simplest way to convert a Java string from all caps (words separated by underscores) to CamelCase (no word separators)?

public static final String  UPPER_CAMEL = "initUp";
public static final String  LOWER_CAMEL = "initLow";

public String toCamel(String src, String separator, String format) {
    StringBuilder builder = new StringBuilder(src.toLowerCase());
    int len = builder.length();

    for (int idx = builder.indexOf(separator); idx > 0 && idx < len; idx = builder.indexOf(separator, idx)) {
        builder = builder.replace(idx, idx + 2, (String.valueOf(builder.charAt(idx + 1)).toUpperCase()));
    }

    switch (format) {
    case LOWER_CAMEL:
        builder.setCharAt(0, Character.toLowerCase(builder.charAt(0)));
        break;
    default:
        builder.setCharAt(0, Character.toUpperCase(builder.charAt(0)));
        break;
    }

    return builder.toString();

}

Invocation as

toCamel("THIS_IS_AN_EXAMPLE_STRING", "_", UPPER_CAMEL)

Execution Time: 14 ms

Mock functions in Go

I'm using a slightly different approach where public struct methods implement interfaces but their logic is limited to just wrapping private (unexported) functions which take those interfaces as parameters. This gives you the granularity you would need to mock virtually any dependency and yet have a clean API to use from outside your test suite.

To understand this it is imperative to understand that you have access to the unexported methods in your test case (i.e. from within your _test.go files) so you test those instead of testing the exported ones which have no logic inside beside wrapping.

To summarize: test the unexported functions instead of testing the exported ones!

Let's make an example. Say that we have a Slack API struct which has two methods:

  • the SendMessage method which sends an HTTP request to a Slack webhook
  • the SendDataSynchronously method which given a slice of strings iterates over them and calls SendMessage for every iteration

So in order to test SendDataSynchronously without making an HTTP request each time we would have to mock SendMessage, right?

package main

import (
    "fmt"
)

// URI interface
type URI interface {
    GetURL() string
}

// MessageSender interface
type MessageSender interface {
    SendMessage(message string) error
}

// This one is the "object" that our users will call to use this package functionalities
type API struct {
    baseURL  string
    endpoint string
}

// Here we make API implement implicitly the URI interface
func (api *API) GetURL() string {
    return api.baseURL + api.endpoint
}

// Here we make API implement implicitly the MessageSender interface
// Again we're just WRAPPING the sendMessage function here, nothing fancy 
func (api *API) SendMessage(message string) error {
    return sendMessage(api, message)
}

// We want to test this method but it calls SendMessage which makes a real HTTP request!
// Again we're just WRAPPING the sendDataSynchronously function here, nothing fancy
func (api *API) SendDataSynchronously(data []string) error {
    return sendDataSynchronously(api, data)
}

// this would make a real HTTP request
func sendMessage(uri URI, message string) error {
    fmt.Println("This function won't get called because we will mock it")
    return nil
}

// this is the function we want to test :)
func sendDataSynchronously(sender MessageSender, data []string) error {
    for _, text := range data {
        err := sender.SendMessage(text)

        if err != nil {
            return err
        }
    }

    return nil
}

// TEST CASE BELOW

// Here's our mock which just contains some variables that will be filled for running assertions on them later on
type mockedSender struct {
    err      error
    messages []string
}

// We make our mock implement the MessageSender interface so we can test sendDataSynchronously
func (sender *mockedSender) SendMessage(message string) error {
    // let's store all received messages for later assertions
    sender.messages = append(sender.messages, message)

    return sender.err // return error for later assertions
}

func TestSendsAllMessagesSynchronously() {
    mockedMessages := make([]string, 0)
    sender := mockedSender{nil, mockedMessages}

    messagesToSend := []string{"one", "two", "three"}
    err := sendDataSynchronously(&sender, messagesToSend)

    if err == nil {
        fmt.Println("All good here we expect the error to be nil:", err)
    }

    expectedMessages := fmt.Sprintf("%v", messagesToSend)
    actualMessages := fmt.Sprintf("%v", sender.messages)

    if expectedMessages == actualMessages {
        fmt.Println("Actual messages are as expected:", actualMessages)
    }
}

func main() {
    TestSendsAllMessagesSynchronously()
}

What I like about this approach is that by looking at the unexported methods you can clearly see what the dependencies are. At the same time the API that you export is a lot cleaner and with less parameters to pass along since the true dependency here is just the parent receiver which is implementing all those interfaces itself. Yet every function is potentially depending only on one part of it (one, maybe two interfaces) which makes refactors a lot easier. It's nice to see how your code is really coupled just by looking at the functions signatures, I think it makes a powerful tool against smelling code.

To make things easy I put everything into one file to allow you to run the code in the playground here but I suggest you also check out the full example on GitHub, here is the slack.go file and here the slack_test.go.

And here the whole thing.

Get data from file input in JQuery

I created a form data object and appended the file:

var form = new FormData(); 
form.append("video", $("#fileInput")[0].files[0]);

and i got:

------WebKitFormBoundaryNczYRonipfsmaBOK
Content-Disposition: form-data; name="video"; filename="Wildlife.wmv"
Content-Type: video/x-ms-wmv

in the headers sent. I can confirm this works because my file was sent and stored in a folder on my server. If you don't know how to use the FormData object there is some documentation online, but not much. Form Data Object Explination by Mozilla

Using CSS in Laravel views?

Put your assets in the public folder

public/css
public/images
public/fonts
public/js

And them called it using Laravel

{{ HTML::script('js/scrollTo.js'); }}

{{ HTML::style('css/css.css'); }}

How can I force browsers to print background images in CSS?

You can do some tricks like that:

<style>
    @page {
        size: 21cm 29.7cm;
        size: landscape
        /*margin: 30mm 45mm 30mm 45mm;*/

    }
    .whater{
        opacity: 0.05;
        height: 100%;
        width: 100%;
        position: absolute;
        z-index: 9999;
    }
</style>

In body tag:

<img src="YOUR IMAGE URL" class="whater"/>

How to trigger checkbox click event even if it's checked through Javascript code?

Getting check status

var checked = $("#selectall").is(":checked");

Then for setting

$("input:checkbox").attr("checked",checked);

SHA1 vs md5 vs SHA256: which to use for a PHP login?

An md5 encryption is one of the worst, because you have to turn the code and it is already decrypted. I would recommend you the SHA256. I'm programming a bit longer and have had a good experience. Below would also be an encryption.

password_hash() example using Argon2i

<?php
echo 'Argon2i hash: ' . password_hash('rasmuslerdorf', PASSWORD_ARGON2I);
?>
The above example will output something similar to:

Argon2i hash: $argon2i$v=19$m=1024,t=2,p=2$YzJBSzV4TUhkMzc3d3laeg$zqU/1IN0/AogfP4cmSJI1vc8lpXRW9/S0sYY2i2jHT0

Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE] even if app appears to not be installed

You have to make sure the application is uninstalled.

In your phone, try going to settings/applications and show the list of all your installed applications, then make sure the application is uninstalled for all users (in my case I had uninstalled the application but still for others).

WCF error: The caller was not authenticated by the service

Have you tried using basicHttpBinding instead of wsHttpBinding? If do not need any authentication and the Ws-* implementations are not required, you'd probably be better off with plain old basicHttpBinding. WsHttpBinding implements WS-Security for message security and authentication.

get jquery `$(this)` id

this is the DOM element on which the event was hooked. this.id is its ID. No need to wrap it in a jQuery instance to get it, the id property reflects the attribute reliably on all browsers.

$("select").change(function() {    
    alert("Changed: " + this.id);
}

Live example

You're not doing this in your code sample, but if you were watching a container with several form elements, that would give you the ID of the container. If you want the ID of the element that triggered the event, you could get that from the event object's target property:

$("#container").change(function(event) {
    alert("Field " + event.target.id + " changed");
});

Live example

(jQuery ensures that the change event bubbles, even on IE where it doesn't natively.)

Add event handler for body.onload by javascript within <body> part

Simply wrap the code you want to execute into the onload event of the window object:

window.onload = function(){ 
   // your code here
}

Checking if a folder exists using a .bat file

I think the answer is here (possibly duplicate):

How to test if a file is a directory in a batch script?

IF EXIST %VAR%\NUL ECHO It's a directory

Replace %VAR% with your directory. Please read the original answer because includes details about handling white spaces in the folder name.

As foxidrive said, this might not be reliable on NT class windows. It works for me, but I know it has some limitations (which you can find in the referenced question)

if exist "c:\folder\" echo folder exists 

should be enough for modern windows.

How to SELECT by MAX(date)?

This should do it:

SELECT report_id, computer_id, date_entered
FROM reports AS a
WHERE date_entered = (
    SELECT MAX(date_entered)
    FROM reports AS b
    WHERE a.report_id = b.report_id
      AND a.computer_id = b.computer_id
)

IOError: [Errno 22] invalid mode ('r') or filename: 'c:\\Python27\test.txt'

\t in a string marks an escape sequence for a tab character. For a literal \, use \\.

How to Execute stored procedure from SQL Plus?

You have two options, a PL/SQL block or SQL*Plus bind variables:

var z number

execute  my_stored_proc (-1,2,0.01,:z)

print z

Python Error: unsupported operand type(s) for +: 'int' and 'NoneType'

When none of the if test in number_translator() evaluate to true, the function returns None. The error message is the consequence of that.

Whenever you see an error that include 'NoneType' that means that you have an operand or an object that is None when you were expecting something else.

Get the previous month's first and last day dates in c#

An approach using extension methods:

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        DateTime t = DateTime.Now;

        DateTime p = t.PreviousMonthFirstDay();
        Console.WriteLine( p.ToShortDateString() );

        p = t.PreviousMonthLastDay();
        Console.WriteLine( p.ToShortDateString() );


        Console.ReadKey();
    }
}


public static class Helpers
{
    public static DateTime PreviousMonthFirstDay( this DateTime currentDate )
    {
        DateTime d = currentDate.PreviousMonthLastDay();

        return new DateTime( d.Year, d.Month, 1 );
    }

    public static DateTime PreviousMonthLastDay( this DateTime currentDate )
    {
        return new DateTime( currentDate.Year, currentDate.Month, 1 ).AddDays( -1 );
    }
}

See this link http://www.codeplex.com/fluentdatetime for some inspired DateTime extensions.

How to get logged-in user's name in Access vba?

Try this:

Function UserNameWindows() As String
     UserName = Environ("USERNAME")
End Function

Multi-dimensional arraylist or list in C#?

Not exactly. But you can create a list of lists:

var ll = new List<List<int>>();
for(int i = 0; i < 10; ++i) {
    var l = new List<int>();
    ll.Add(l);
}

Getting rid of all the rounded corners in Twitter Bootstrap

I have create another css file and add the following code Not all element are included

/* Flatten das boostrap */
.well, .navbar-inner, .popover, .btn, .tooltip, input, select, textarea, pre, .progress, .modal, .add-on, .alert, .table-bordered, .nav>.active>a, .dropdown-menu, .tooltip-inner, .badge, .label, .img-polaroid, .panel {
    -moz-box-shadow: none !important;
    -webkit-box-shadow: none !important;
    box-shadow: none !important;
    -webkit-border-radius: 0px !important;
    -moz-border-radius: 0px !important;
    border-radius: 0px !important;
    border-collapse: collapse !important;
    background-image: none !important;
}

In-place type conversion of a NumPy array

a = np.subtract(a, 0., dtype=np.float32)

How can I return to a parent activity correctly?

Going into my manifest and adding android:launchMode="singleTop" to the activity did the trick for me.

This specifically solved my issue because I didn't want Android to create a new instance of the previous activity after hitting the Up button in the toolbar - I instead wanted to use the existing instance of the prior activity when I went up the navigation hierarchy.

Reference: android:launchMode

How to find which views are using a certain table in SQL Server (2008)?

To find table dependencies you can use the sys.sql_expression_dependencies catalog view:

SELECT 
referencing_object_name = o.name, 
referencing_object_type_desc = o.type_desc, 
referenced_object_name = referenced_entity_name, 
referenced_object_type_desc =so1.type_desc 
FROM sys.sql_expression_dependencies sed 
INNER JOIN sys.views o ON sed.referencing_id = o.object_id 
LEFT OUTER JOIN sys.views so1 ON sed.referenced_id =so1.object_id 
WHERE referenced_entity_name = 'Person'  

You can also try out ApexSQL Search a free SSMS and VS add-in that also has the View Dependencies feature. The View Dependencies feature has the ability to visualize all SQL database objects’ relationships, including those between encrypted and system objects, SQL server 2012 specific objects, and objects stored in databases encrypted with Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)

Disclaimer: I work for ApexSQL as a Support Engineer

The maximum recursion 100 has been exhausted before statement completion

Specify the maxrecursion option at the end of the query:

...
from EmployeeTree
option (maxrecursion 0)

That allows you to specify how often the CTE can recurse before generating an error. Maxrecursion 0 allows infinite recursion.

Xcode 8 shows error that provisioning profile doesn't include signing certificate

I experienced this issue after recently updating Xcode to version 9.3 The issue was in code signing (under debug) certificate was set to distribution certificate instead of development certificate so this prevented me from installing the app on my devices.

Here is what I did to solve this issue.

Project -> Targets -> Select your app -> Build Settings -> Code Signing Identity -> Debug -> Double tap "iPhone Distribution" and change it to "iPhone Developer".

Checking the equality of two slices

This is just example using reflect.DeepEqual() that is given in @VictorDeryagin's answer.

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "reflect"
)

func main() {
    a := []int {4,5,6}
    b := []int {4,5,6}
    c := []int {4,5,6,7}

    fmt.Println(reflect.DeepEqual(a, b))
    fmt.Println(reflect.DeepEqual(a, c))

}

Result:

true
false

Try it in Go Playground

Adding image inside table cell in HTML

You have referenced the image as a path on your computer (C:\etc\etc)......is it located there? You didn't answer what others have asked. I have taken your code, placed it in dreamweaver and it works apart from the image as I don't have that stored.

Check the location and then let us know.

How do browser cookie domains work?

Will www.example.com be able to set cookie for .com?

No, but example.com.fr may be able to set a cookie for example2.com.fr. Firefox protects against this by maintaining a list of TLDs: http://securitylabs.websense.com/content/Blogs/3108.aspx

Apparently Internet Explorer doesn't allow two-letter domains to set cookies, which I suppose explains why o2.ie simply redirects to o2online.ie. I'd often wondered that.

Is it possible to pass parameters programmatically in a Microsoft Access update query?

Plenty of responses already, but you can use this:

Sub runQry(qDefName)
    Dim db As DAO.Database, qd As QueryDef, par As Parameter

    Set db = CurrentDb
    Set qd = db.QueryDefs(qDefName)

    On Error Resume Next
    For Each par In qd.Parameters
        Err.Clear
        par.Value = Eval(par.Name)          'try evaluating param
        If Err.Number <> 0 Then             'failed ?
            par.Value = InputBox(par.Name)  'ask for value
        End If
    Next par
    On Error GoTo 0

    qd.Execute dbFailOnError
End Sub

Sub runQry_test()
    runQry "test"  'qryDef name
End Sub

How do I format a Microsoft JSON date?

FYI, for anyone using Python on the server side: datetime.datetime().ctime() returns a string that is natively parsable by "new Date()". That is, if you create a new datetime.datetime instance (such as with datetime.datetime.now), the string can be included in the JSON string, and then that string can be passed as the first argument to the Date constructor. I haven't yet found any exceptions, but I haven't tested it too rigorously, either.

Request Permission for Camera and Library in iOS 10 - Info.plist

To ask permission for the photo app you need to add this code (Swift 3):

PHPhotoLibrary.requestAuthorization({ 
       (newStatus) in 
         if newStatus ==  PHAuthorizationStatus.authorized { 
          /* do stuff here */ 
    } 
})

How do I output the difference between two specific revisions in Subversion?

See svn diff in the manual:

svn diff -r 8979:11390 http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/fSupplierModel.php

How can I create a Windows .exe (standalone executable) using Java/Eclipse?

Creating .exe distributions isn't typical for Java. While such wrappers do exist, the normal mode of operation is to create a .jar file.

To create a .jar file from a Java project in Eclipse, use file->export->java->Jar file. This will create an archive with all your classes.

On the command prompt, use invocation like the following:

java -cp myapp.jar foo.bar.MyMainClass

iOS 7 App Icons, Launch images And Naming Convention While Keeping iOS 6 Icons

Okay adding to @null's awesome post about using the Asset Catalog.

You may need to do the following to get the App's Icon linked and working for Ad-Hoc distributions / production to be seen in Organiser, Test flight and possibly unknown AppStore locations.


After creating the Asset Catalog, take note of the name of the Launch Images and App Icon names listed in the .xassets in Xcode.

By Default this should be

  • AppIcon
  • LaunchImage

[To see this click on your .xassets folder/icon in Xcode.] (this can be changed, so just take note of this variable for later)


What is created now each build is the following data structures in your .app:

For App Icons:

iPhone

  • AppIcon57x57.png (iPhone non retina) [Notice the Icon name prefix]
  • [email protected] (iPhone retina)

And the same format for each of the other icon resolutions.

iPad

  • AppIcon72x72~ipad.png (iPad non retina)
  • AppIcon72x72@2x~ipad.png (iPad retina)

(For iPad it is slightly different postfix)


Main Problem

Now I noticed that in my Info.plist in Xcode 5.0.1 it automatically attempted and failed to create a key for "Icon files (iOS 5)" after completing the creation of the Asset Catalog.

If it did create a reference successfully / this may have been patched by Apple or just worked, then all you have to do is review the image names to validate the format listed above.

Final Solution:

Add the following key to you main .plist

I suggest you open your main .plist with a external text editor such as TextWrangler rather than in Xcode to copy and paste the following key in.

<key>CFBundleIcons</key>
<dict>
    <key>CFBundlePrimaryIcon</key>
    <dict>
        <key>CFBundleIconFiles</key>
        <array>
            <string>AppIcon57x57.png</string>
            <string>[email protected]</string>
            <string>AppIcon72x72~ipad.png</string>
            <string>AppIcon72x72@2x~ipad.png</string>
        </array>
    </dict>
</dict>

Please Note I have only included my example resolutions, you will need to add them all.


If you want to add this Key in Xcode without an external editor, Use the following:

  • Icon files (iOS 5) - Dictionary
  • Primary Icon - Dictionary
  • Icon files - Array
  • Item 0 - String = AppIcon57x57.png And for each other item / app icon.

Now when you finally archive your project the final .xcarchive payload .plist will now include the above stated icon locations to build and use.

Do not add the following to any .plist: Just an example of what Xcode will now generate for your final payload

<key>IconPaths</key>
<array>
    <string>Applications/Example.app/AppIcon57x57.png</string>
    <string>Applications/Example.app/[email protected]</string>
    <string>Applications/Example.app/AppIcon72x72~ipad.png</string>
    <string>Applications/Example.app/AppIcon72x72@2x~ipad.png</string>
</array>

Print a div content using Jquery

Some jQuery research has failed, so I moved to JavaScript (thanks for your suggestion Anders).

And it is working well...

HTML

<div id='DivIdToPrint'>
    <p>This is a sample text for printing purpose.</p>
</div>
<p>Do not print.</p>
<input type='button' id='btn' value='Print' onclick='printDiv();'>

JavaScript

function printDiv() 
{

  var divToPrint=document.getElementById('DivIdToPrint');

  var newWin=window.open('','Print-Window');

  newWin.document.open();

  newWin.document.write('<html><body onload="window.print()">'+divToPrint.innerHTML+'</body></html>');

  newWin.document.close();

  setTimeout(function(){newWin.close();},10);

}

Getter and Setter?

In addition to the already great and respected answers in here, I would like to expand on PHP having no setters/getters.

PHP does not have getter and setter syntax. It provides subclassed or magic methods to allow "hooking" and overriding the property lookup process, as pointed out by Dave.

Magic allows us lazy programmers to do more with less code at a time at which we are actively engaged in a project and know it intimately, but usually at the expense of readability.

Performance Every unnecessary function, that results from forcing a getter/setter-like code-architecture in PHP, involves its own memory stack-frame upon invocation and is wasting CPU cycles.

Readability: The codebase incurs bloating code-lines, which impacts code-navigation as more LOC mean more scrolling,.

Preference: Personally, as my rule of thumb, I take the failure of static code analysis as a sign to avoid going down the magical road as long as obvious long-term benefits elude me at that time.

Fallacies:

A common argument is readability. For instance that $someobject->width is easier to read than $someobject->width(). However unlike a planet's circumference or width, which can be assumed to be static, an object's instance such as $someobject, which requires a width function, likely takes a measurement of the object's instance width.
Therefore readability increases mainly because of assertive naming-schemes and not by hiding the function away that outputs a given property-value.

__get / __set uses:

  • pre-validation and pre-sanitation of property values

  • strings e.g.

    "
    some {mathsobj1->generatelatex} multi
    line text {mathsobj1->latexoutput}
    with lots of variables for {mathsobj1->generatelatex}
     some reason
    "
    

    In this case generatelatex would adhere to a naming scheme of actionname + methodname

  • special, obvious cases

    $dnastringobj->homeobox($one_rememberable_parameter)->gattaca->findrelated()
    $dnastringobj->homeobox($one_rememberable_parameter)->gttccaatttga->findrelated()
    

Note: PHP chose not to implement getter/setter syntax. I am not claiming that getters/setter are generally bad.

Create new XML file and write data to it?

DOMDocument is a great choice. It's a module specifically designed for creating and manipulating XML documents. You can create a document from scratch, or open existing documents (or strings) and navigate and modify their structures.

$xml = new DOMDocument();
$xml_album = $xml->createElement("Album");
$xml_track = $xml->createElement("Track");
$xml_album->appendChild( $xml_track );
$xml->appendChild( $xml_album );

$xml->save("/tmp/test.xml");

To re-open and write:

$xml = new DOMDocument();
$xml->load('/tmp/test.xml');
$nodes = $xml->getElementsByTagName('Album') ;
if ($nodes->length > 0) {
   //insert some stuff using appendChild()
}

//re-save
$xml->save("/tmp/test.xml");

SQL Server: Invalid Column Name

If you are going to ALTER Table column and immediate UPDATE the table including the new column in the same script. Make sure that use GO command to after line of code of alter table as below.

ALTER TABLE Location 
ADD TransitionType SMALLINT NULL
GO   

UPDATE Location SET TransitionType =  4

ALTER TABLE Location 
    ALTER COLUMN TransitionType SMALLINT NOT NULL

What is the difference between a "line feed" and a "carriage return"?

Both of these are primary from the old printing days.

Carriage return is from the days of the teletype printers/old typewriters, where literally the carriage would return to the next line, and push the paper up. This is what we now call \r.

Line feed LF signals the end of the line, it signals that the line has ended - but doesn't move the cursor to the next line. In other words, it doesn't "return" the cursor/printer head to the next line.

For more sundry details, the mighty wikipedia to the rescue.

Comparing two maps

As long as you override equals() on each key and value contained in the map, then m1.equals(m2) should be reliable to check for maps equality.

The same result can be obtained also by comparing toString() of each map as you suggested, but using equals() is a more intuitive approach.

May not be your specific situation, but if you store arrays in the map, may be a little tricky, because they must be compared value by value, or using Arrays.equals(). More details about this see here.

How to return a boolean method in java?

public boolean verifyPwd(){
        if (!(pword.equals(pwdRetypePwd.getText()))){
                  txtaError.setEditable(true);
                  txtaError.setText("*Password didn't match!");
                  txtaError.setForeground(Color.red);
                  txtaError.setEditable(false);
                  return false;
           }
        else {
            addNewUser();
            return true;
        }
}

Spark - load CSV file as DataFrame?

With Spark 2.4+, if you want to load a csv from a local directory, then you can use 2 sessions and load that into hive. The first session should be created with master() config as "local[*]" and the second session with "yarn" and Hive enabled.

The below one worked for me.

import org.apache.log4j.{Level, Logger}
import org.apache.spark._
import org.apache.spark.rdd._
import org.apache.spark.sql._

object testCSV { 

  def main(args: Array[String]) {
    Logger.getLogger("org").setLevel(Level.ERROR)
    val spark_local = SparkSession.builder().appName("CSV local files reader").master("local[*]").getOrCreate()

    import spark_local.implicits._
    spark_local.sql("SET").show(100,false)
    val local_path="/tmp/data/spend_diversity.csv"  // Local file
    val df_local = spark_local.read.format("csv").option("inferSchema","true").load("file://"+local_path) // "file://" is mandatory
    df_local.show(false)

    val spark = SparkSession.builder().appName("CSV HDFS").config("spark.sql.warehouse.dir", "/apps/hive/warehouse").enableHiveSupport().getOrCreate()

    import spark.implicits._
    spark.sql("SET").show(100,false)
    val df = df_local
    df.createOrReplaceTempView("lcsv")
    spark.sql(" drop table if exists work.local_csv ")
    spark.sql(" create table work.local_csv as select * from lcsv ")

   }

When ran with spark2-submit --master "yarn" --conf spark.ui.enabled=false testCSV.jar it went fine and created the table in hive.

How do you add multi-line text to a UIButton?

If you use auto-layout on iOS 6 you might also need to set the preferredMaxLayoutWidth property:

button.titleLabel.lineBreakMode = NSLineBreakByWordWrapping;
button.titleLabel.textAlignment = NSTextAlignmentCenter;
button.titleLabel.preferredMaxLayoutWidth = button.frame.size.width;

Difference between modes a, a+, w, w+, and r+ in built-in open function?

The options are the same as for the fopen function in the C standard library:

w truncates the file, overwriting whatever was already there

a appends to the file, adding onto whatever was already there

w+ opens for reading and writing, truncating the file but also allowing you to read back what's been written to the file

a+ opens for appending and reading, allowing you both to append to the file and also read its contents

Using fonts with Rails asset pipeline

If you have a file called scaffolds.css.scss, then there's a chance that's overriding all the custom things you're doing in the other files. I commented out that file and suddenly everything worked. If there isn't anything important in that file, you might as well just delete it!

How do you know if Tomcat Server is installed on your PC

In order to make

     http://localhost:8080

work, tomcat has to be started first. You can check server.xml file in conf folder for the port information. You can search if tomcat is installed on your machine. Just go to start and then type tomcat. If it is installed it will give you the directory where it is installed. Then you can select that path and run it from command prompt. Example if tomcat is installed in C:\Programfile\tomcat. You need to set this path in command prompt,go to bin folder and startup. Example: C:\Programfile\tomcat\bin\startup. Else you can also run it by directly going to the path and run startup batch file.

How to debug a bash script?

I built a Bash debugger. Just give it a try. I hope it will help https://sourceforge.net/projects/bashdebugingbash

How do I specify "not equals to" when comparing strings in an XSLT <xsl:if>?

If you want to compare to a string literal you need to put it in (single) quotes:

<xsl:if test="Count != 'N/A'">

How do I access ViewBag from JS

try: var cc = @Html.Raw(Json.Encode(ViewBag.CC)

move_uploaded_file gives "failed to open stream: Permission denied" error

It happens if SELinux is enabled. Disable that in /etc/selinux/config by setting SELINUX=disabled and restart the server.

What is the difference between precision and scale?

Scale is the number of digit after the decimal point (or colon depending your locale)

Precision is the total number of significant digits

scale VS precision

How many concurrent requests does a single Flask process receive?

When running the development server - which is what you get by running app.run(), you get a single synchronous process, which means at most 1 request is being processed at a time.

By sticking Gunicorn in front of it in its default configuration and simply increasing the number of --workers, what you get is essentially a number of processes (managed by Gunicorn) that each behave like the app.run() development server. 4 workers == 4 concurrent requests. This is because Gunicorn uses its included sync worker type by default.

It is important to note that Gunicorn also includes asynchronous workers, namely eventlet and gevent (and also tornado, but that's best used with the Tornado framework, it seems). By specifying one of these async workers with the --worker-class flag, what you get is Gunicorn managing a number of async processes, each of which managing its own concurrency. These processes don't use threads, but instead coroutines. Basically, within each process, still only 1 thing can be happening at a time (1 thread), but objects can be 'paused' when they are waiting on external processes to finish (think database queries or waiting on network I/O).

This means, if you're using one of Gunicorn's async workers, each worker can handle many more than a single request at a time. Just how many workers is best depends on the nature of your app, its environment, the hardware it runs on, etc. More details can be found on Gunicorn's design page and notes on how gevent works on its intro page.

How to export data from Excel spreadsheet to Sql Server 2008 table

There are several tools which can import Excel to SQL Server.

I am using DbTransfer (http://www.dbtransfer.com/Products/DbTransfer) to do the job. It's primarily focused on transfering data between databases and excel, xml, etc...

I have tried the openrowset method and the SQL Server Import / Export Assitant before. But I found these methods to be unnecessary complicated and error prone in constrast to doing it with one of the available dedicated tools.

how to parse a "dd/mm/yyyy" or "dd-mm-yyyy" or "dd-mmm-yyyy" formatted date string using JavaScript or jQuery

Update

Below you've said:

Sorry, i can't predict date format before, it should be like dd-mm-yyyy or dd/mm/yyyy or dd-mmm-yyyy format finally i wanted to convert all this format to dd-MMM-yyyy format.

That completely changes the question. It'll be much more complex if you can't control the format. There is nothing built into JavaScript that will let you specify a date format. Officially, the only date format supported by JavaScript is a simplified version of ISO-8601: yyyy-mm-dd, although in practice almost all browsers also support yyyy/mm/dd as well. But other than that, you have to write the code yourself or (and this makes much more sense) use a good library. I'd probably use a library like moment.js or DateJS (although DateJS hasn't been maintained in years).


Original answer:

If the format is always dd/mm/yyyy, then this is trivial:

var parts = str.split("/");
var dt = new Date(parseInt(parts[2], 10),
                  parseInt(parts[1], 10) - 1,
                  parseInt(parts[0], 10));

split splits a string on the given delimiter. Then we use parseInt to convert the strings into numbers, and we use the new Date constructor to build a Date from those parts: The third part will be the year, the second part the month, and the first part the day. Date uses zero-based month numbers, and so we have to subtract one from the month number.

Are there best practices for (Java) package organization?

I've seen some people promote 'package by feature' over 'package by layer' but I've used quite a few approaches over many years and found 'package by layer' much better than 'package by feature'.

Further to that I have found that a hybrid: 'package by module, layer then feature' strategy works extremely well in practice as it has many advantages of 'package by feature':

  • Promotes creation of reusable frameworks (libraries with both model and UI aspects)
  • Allows plug and play layer implementations - virtually impossible with 'package by feature' because it places layer implementations in same package/directory as model code.
  • Many more...

I explain in depth here: Java Package Name Structure and Organization but my standard package structure is:

revdomain.moduleType.moduleName.layer.[layerImpl].feature.subfeatureN.subfeatureN+1...

Where:

revdomain Reverse domain e.g. com.mycompany

moduleType [app*|framework|util]

moduleName e.g. myAppName if module type is an app or 'finance' if its an accounting framework

layer [model|ui|persistence|security etc.,]

layerImpl eg., wicket, jsp, jpa, jdo, hibernate (Note: not used if layer is model)

feature eg., finance

subfeatureN eg., accounting

subfeatureN+1 eg., depreciation

*Sometimes 'app' left out if moduleType is an application but putting it in there makes the package structure consistent across all module types.

How do I get the time of day in javascript/Node.js?

You should checkout the Date object.

In particular, you can look at the getHours() method for the Date object.

getHours() return the time from 0 - 23, so make sure to deal with it accordingly. I think 0-23 is a bit more intuitive since military time runs from 0 - 23, but it's up to you.

With that in mind, the code would be something along the lines of:

var date = new Date();
var current_hour = date.getHours();

JavaScript DOM: Find Element Index In Container

An example of making an array from HTMLCollection

<ul id="myList">
    <li>0</li>
    <li>1</li>
    <li>2</li>
    <li>3</li>
    <li>4</li>
</ul>

<script>
var tagList = [];

var ulList = document.getElementById("myList");

var tags   = ulList.getElementsByTagName("li");

//Dump elements into Array
while( tagList.length != tags.length){
    tagList.push(tags[tagList.length])
};

tagList.forEach(function(item){
        item.addEventListener("click", function (event){ 
            console.log(tagList.indexOf( event.target || event.srcElement));
        });
}); 
</script>

Accessing members of items in a JSONArray with Java

By looking at your code, I sense you are using JSONLIB. If that was the case, look at the following snippet to convert json array to java array..

 JSONArray jsonArray = (JSONArray) JSONSerializer.toJSON( input );  
 JsonConfig jsonConfig = new JsonConfig();  
 jsonConfig.setArrayMode( JsonConfig.MODE_OBJECT_ARRAY );  
 jsonConfig.setRootClass( Integer.TYPE );  
 int[] output = (int[]) JSONSerializer.toJava( jsonArray, jsonConfig );  

Fatal error: Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.host' doesn't exist

mysql_install_db –-user=mysql --ldata=/var/lib/mysql

Worked for me in Centos 7

How can I create a link to a local file on a locally-run web page?

You need to use the file:/// protocol (yes, that's three slashes) if you want to link to local files.

<a href="file:///C:\Programs\sort.mw">Link 1</a>
<a href="file:///C:\Videos\lecture.mp4">Link 2</a>

These will never open the file in your local applications automatically. That's for security reasons which I'll cover in the last section. If it opens, it will only ever open in the browser. If your browser can display the file, it will, otherwise it will probably ask you if you want to download the file.

You cannot cross from http(s) to the file protocol

Modern versions of many browsers (e.g. Firefox and Chrome) will refuse to cross from the http(s) protocol to the file protocol to prevent malicious behaviour.

This means a webpage hosted on a website somewhere will never be able to link to files on your hard drive. You'll need to open your webpage locally using the file protocol if you want to do this stuff at all.

Why does it get stuck without file:///?

The first part of a URL is the protocol. A protocol is a few letters, then a colon and two slashes. HTTP:// and FTP:// are valid protocols; C:/ isn't and I'm pretty sure it doesn't even properly resemble one.

C:/ also isn't a valid web address. The browser could assume it's meant to be http://c/ with a blank port specified, but that's going to fail.

Your browser may not assume it's referring to a local file. It has little reason to make that assumption because webpages generally don't try to link to peoples' local files.

So if you want to access local files: tell it to use the file protocol.

Why three slashes?

Because it's part of the File URI scheme. You have the option of specifying a host after the first two slashes. If you skip specifying a host it will just assume you're referring to a file on your own PC. This means file:///C:/etc is a shortcut for file://localhost/C:/etc.

These files will still open in your browser and that is good

Your browser will respond to these files the same way they'd respond to the same file anywhere on the internet. These files will not open in your default file handler (e.g. MS Word or VLC Media Player), and you will not be able to do anything like ask File Explorer to open the file's location.

This is an extremely good thing for your security.

Sites in your browser cannot interact with your operating system very well. If a good site could tell your machine to open lecture.mp4 in VLC.exe, a malicious site could tell it to open virus.bat in CMD.exe. Or it could just tell your machine to run a few Uninstall.exe files or open File Explorer a million times.

This may not be convenient for you, but HTML and browser security weren't really designed for what you're doing. If you want to be able to open lecture.mp4 in VLC.exe consider writing a desktop application instead.

Is there a way to reduce the size of the git folder?

One scenario where your git repo will get seriously bigger with each commit is one where you are committing binary files that you generate regularly. Their storage won't be as efficient than text file.

Another is one where you have a huge number of files within one repo (which is a limit of git) instead of several subrepos (managed as submodules).

In this article on git space, AlBlue mentions:

Note that Git (and Hg, and other DVCSs) do suffer from a problem where (large) binaries are checked in, then deleted, as they'll still show up in the repository and take up space, even if they're not current.

If you have large binaries stored in your git repo, you may consider:

As I mentioned in "What are the file limits in Git (number and size)?", the more recent (2015, 5 years after this answer) Git LFS from GitHub is a way to manage those large files (by storing them outside the Git repository).

Delayed function calls

It sounds like the control of the creation of both these objects and their interdependence needs to controlled externally, rather than between the classes themselves.

Controlling Maven final name of jar artifact

@Maxim
try this...

pom.xml

 <groupId>org.opensource</groupId>
 <artifactId>base</artifactId>
 <version>1.0.0.SNAPSHOT</version>

  ..............
<properties>
    <my.version>4.0.8.8</my.version>
</properties>

<build>
    <finalName>my-base-project</finalName>
    <plugins>
        <plugin>
            <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
            <artifactId>maven-install-plugin</artifactId>
            <version>2.3.1</version>
            <executions>
                <execution>
                    <goals>
                        <goal>install-file</goal>
                    </goals>
                    <phase>install</phase>
                    <configuration>
                        <file>${project.build.finalName}.${project.packaging}</file>
                        <generatePom>false</generatePom>
                        <pomFile>pom.xml</pomFile>
                        <version>${my.version}</version>
                    </configuration>
                </execution>
            </executions>
        </plugin>
</plugins>
</build>

Commnad mvn clean install

Output

[INFO] --- maven-jar-plugin:2.3.1:jar (default-jar) @ base ---
[INFO] Building jar: D:\dev\project\base\target\my-base-project.jar
[INFO]
[INFO] --- maven-install-plugin:2.3.1:install (default-install) @ base ---
[INFO] Installing D:\dev\project\base\target\my-base-project.jar to H:\dev\.m2\repository\org\opensource\base\1.0.0.SNAPSHOT\base-1.0.0.SNAPSHOT.jar
[INFO] Installing D:\dev\project\base\pom.xml to H:\dev\.m2\repository\org\opensource\base\1.0.0.SNAPSHOT\base-1.0.0.SNAPSHOT.pom
[INFO]
[INFO] --- maven-install-plugin:2.3.1:install-file (default) @ base ---
[INFO] Installing D:\dev\project\base\my-base-project.jar to H:\dev\.m2\repository\org\opensource\base\4.0.8.8\base-4.0.8.8.jar
[INFO] Installing D:\dev\project\base\pom.xml to H:\dev\.m2\repository\org\opensource\base\4.0.8.8\base-4.0.8.8.pom
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] BUILD SUCCESS
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------


Reference

std::vector versus std::array in C++

If you are considering using multidimensional arrays, then there is one additional difference between std::array and std::vector. A multidimensional std::array will have the elements packed in memory in all dimensions, just as a c style array is. A multidimensional std::vector will not be packed in all dimensions.

Given the following declarations:

int cConc[3][5];
std::array<std::array<int, 5>, 3> aConc;
int **ptrConc;      // initialized to [3][5] via new and destructed via delete
std::vector<std::vector<int>> vConc;    // initialized to [3][5]

A pointer to the first element in the c-style array (cConc) or the std::array (aConc) can be iterated through the entire array by adding 1 to each preceding element. They are tightly packed.

A pointer to the first element in the vector array (vConc) or the pointer array (ptrConc) can only be iterated through the first 5 (in this case) elements, and then there are 12 bytes (on my system) of overhead for the next vector.

This means that a std::vector> array initialized as a [3][1000] array will be much smaller in memory than one initialized as a [1000][3] array, and both will be larger in memory than a std:array allocated either way.

This also means that you can't simply pass a multidimensional vector (or pointer) array to, say, openGL without accounting for the memory overhead, but you can naively pass a multidimensional std::array to openGL and have it work out.

Replacing spaces with underscores in JavaScript?

Just using replace:

_x000D_
_x000D_
var text = 'Hello World';_x000D_
    _x000D_
new_text = text.replace(' ', '_');_x000D_
    _x000D_
console.log(new_text);
_x000D_
_x000D_
_x000D_

Display calendar to pick a date in java

I found JXDatePicker as a better solution to this. It gives what you need and very easy to use.

import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
import java.util.Calendar;
import javax.swing.JFrame;
import javax.swing.JPanel;
import org.jdesktop.swingx.JXDatePicker;

public class DatePickerExample extends JPanel {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        JFrame frame = new JFrame("JXPicker Example");
        JPanel panel = new JPanel();

        frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
        frame.setBounds(400, 400, 250, 100);

        JXDatePicker picker = new JXDatePicker();
        picker.setDate(Calendar.getInstance().getTime());
        picker.setFormats(new SimpleDateFormat("dd.MM.yyyy"));

        panel.add(picker);
        frame.getContentPane().add(panel);

        frame.setVisible(true);
    }
}

How to publish a website made by Node.js to Github Pages?

It's very simple steps to push your node js application from local to GitHub.

Steps:

  1. First create a new repository on GitHub
  2. Open Git CMD installed to your system (Install GitHub Desktop)
  3. Clone the repository to your system with the command: git clone repo-url
  4. Now copy all your application files to this cloned library if it's not there
  5. Get everything ready to commit: git add -A
  6. Commit the tracked changes and prepares them to be pushed to a remote repository: git commit -a -m "First Commit"
  7. Push the changes in your local repository to GitHub: git push origin master

jquery to loop through table rows and cells, where checkob is checked, concatenate

Try this:

function createcodes() {

    $('.authors-list tr').each(function () {
        //processing this row
        //how to process each cell(table td) where there is checkbox
        $(this).find('td input:checked').each(function () {

             // it is checked, your code here...
        });
    });
}

calling a function from class in python - different way

You need to have an instance of a class to use its methods. Or if you don't need to access any of classes' variables (not static parameters) then you can define the method as static and it can be used even if the class isn't instantiated. Just add @staticmethod decorator to your methods.

class MathsOperations:
    @staticmethod
    def testAddition (x, y):
        return x + y
    @staticmethod
    def testMultiplication (a, b):
        return a * b

docs: http://docs.python.org/library/functions.html#staticmethod

Instant run in Android Studio 2.0 (how to turn off)

I had the same exact isuue with the latest Android Studio 2.3.2 and Instant Run.

here what I did : (I'll give you two ways to achive that one disable for specefic project, and second for whole android studio):

  1. if you want to disable instant-run ONLY for the project that is not compatible (i.e the one with SugarORM lib)

on root of your projct open gradle-->gradle-wrapper.properties then change the value distributionUrl=https\://services.gradle.org/distributions/gradle-2.14.1-all.zip

and on your project build.gradle change the value

classpath 'com.android.tools.build:gradle:2.2.3'

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  1. If you want to disable instant-run for all project (Across Android Studio)

in older version of AS settings for instant run is

File -> Other Settings -> Default Settings ->Build,Execution,Deployment

However In most recent version of Android Studio i.e 2.3.2 , instant run settings is:

  • for Android Studio Installed on Apple devices -> Preferences... (see following image)
  • for Android Studio Installed on Linux or Windows -> in File-> Settings...

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Edited: If for any reason the Instant-run settings is greyed out do this :

Help-> Find Action... 

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and then type 'enable isntant run' and click (now you should be able to change the value in Preferences... or file->Settings... , if that was the case then this is an Android Studio bug :-)

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Send Email to multiple Recipients with MailMessage?

Easy!

Just split the incoming address list on the ";" character, and add them to the mail message:

foreach (var address in addresses.Split(new [] {";"}, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries))
{
    mailMessage.To.Add(address);    
}

In this example, addresses contains "[email protected];[email protected]".

How can I multiply and divide using only bit shifting and adding?

To multiply in terms of adding and shifting you want to decompose one of the numbers by powers of two, like so:

21 * 5 = 10101_2 * 101_2             (Initial step)
       = 10101_2 * (1 * 2^2  +  0 * 2^1  +  1 * 2^0)
       = 10101_2 * 2^2 + 10101_2 * 2^0 
       = 10101_2 << 2 + 10101_2 << 0 (Decomposed)
       = 10101_2 * 4 + 10101_2 * 1
       = 10101_2 * 5
       = 21 * 5                      (Same as initial expression)

(_2 means base 2)

As you can see, multiplication can be decomposed into adding and shifting and back again. This is also why multiplication takes longer than bit shifts or adding - it's O(n^2) rather than O(n) in the number of bits. Real computer systems (as opposed to theoretical computer systems) have a finite number of bits, so multiplication takes a constant multiple of time compared to addition and shifting. If I recall correctly, modern processors, if pipelined properly, can do multiplication just about as fast as addition, by messing with the utilization of the ALUs (arithmetic units) in the processor.

How to insert element into arrays at specific position?

This is better method how insert item to array on some position.

function arrayInsert($array, $item, $position)
{
    $begin = array_slice($array, 0, $position);
    array_push($begin, $item);
    $end = array_slice($array, $position);
    $resultArray = array_merge($begin, $end);
    return $resultArray;
}

How do I generate a random int number?

You can try with random seed value using below:

var rnd = new Random(11111111); //note: seed value is 11111111

string randomDigits = rnd.Next();

var requestNumber = $"SD-{randomDigits}";

How do I handle Database Connections with Dapper in .NET?

I wrap connection with the helper class:

public class ConnectionFactory
{
    private readonly string _connectionName;

    public ConnectionFactory(string connectionName)
    {
        _connectionName = connectionName;
    }

    public IDbConnection NewConnection() => new SqlConnection(_connectionName);

    #region Connection Scopes

    public TResult Scope<TResult>(Func<IDbConnection, TResult> func)
    {
        using (var connection = NewConnection())
        {
            connection.Open();
            return func(connection);
        }
    }

    public async Task<TResult> ScopeAsync<TResult>(Func<IDbConnection, Task<TResult>> funcAsync)
    {
        using (var connection = NewConnection())
        {
            connection.Open();
            return await funcAsync(connection);
        }
    }

    public void Scope(Action<IDbConnection> func)
    {
        using (var connection = NewConnection())
        {
            connection.Open();
            func(connection);
        }
    }

    public async Task ScopeAsync<TResult>(Func<IDbConnection, Task> funcAsync)
    {
        using (var connection = NewConnection())
        {
            connection.Open();
            await funcAsync(connection);
        }
    }

    #endregion Connection Scopes
}

Examples of usage:

public class PostsService
{
    protected IConnectionFactory Connection;

    // Initialization here ..

    public async Task TestPosts_Async()
    {
        // Normal way..
        var posts = Connection.Scope(cnn =>
        {
            var state = PostState.Active;
            return cnn.Query<Post>("SELECT * FROM [Posts] WHERE [State] = @state;", new { state });
        });

        // Async way..
        posts = await Connection.ScopeAsync(cnn =>
        {
            var state = PostState.Active;
            return cnn.QueryAsync<Post>("SELECT * FROM [Posts] WHERE [State] = @state;", new { state });
        });
    }
}

So I don't have to explicitly open the connection every time. Additionally, you can use it this way for the convenience' sake of the future refactoring:

var posts = Connection.Scope(cnn =>
{
    var state = PostState.Active;
    return cnn.Query<Post>($"SELECT * FROM [{TableName<Post>()}] WHERE [{nameof(Post.State)}] = @{nameof(state)};", new { state });
});

What is TableName<T>() can be found in this answer.

Integer division with remainder in JavaScript?

var remainder = x % y;
return (x - remainder) / y;

Convert Variable Name to String?

I'd like to point out a use case for this that is not an anti-pattern, and there is no better way to do it.

This seems to be a missing feature in python.

There are a number of functions, like patch.object, that take the name of a method or property to be patched or accessed.

Consider this:

patch.object(obj, "method_name", new_reg)

This can potentially start "false succeeding" when you change the name of a method. IE: you can ship a bug, you thought you were testing.... simply because of a bad method name refactor.

Now consider: varname. This could be an efficient, built-in function. But for now it can work by iterating an object or the caller's frame:

Now your call can be:

patch.member(obj, obj.method_name, new_reg)

And the patch function can call:

varname(var, obj=obj)

This would: assert that the var is bound to the obj and return the name of the member. Or if the obj is not specified, use the callers stack frame to derive it, etc.

Could be made an efficient built in at some point, but here's a definition that works. I deliberately didn't support builtins, easy to add tho:

Feel free to stick this in a package called varname.py, and use it in your patch.object calls:

patch.object(obj, varname(obj, obj.method_name), new_reg)

Note: this was written for python 3.

import inspect

def _varname_dict(var, dct):
    key_name = None
    for key, val in dct.items():
        if val is var:
            if key_name is not None:
                raise NotImplementedError("Duplicate names not supported %s, %s" % (key_name, key))
            key_name = key
    return key_name

def _varname_obj(var, obj):
    key_name = None
    for key in dir(obj):
        val = getattr(obj, key)
        equal = val is var
        if equal:
            if key_name is not None:
                raise NotImplementedError("Duplicate names not supported %s, %s" % (key_name, key))
            key_name = key
    return key_name

def varname(var, obj=None):
    if obj is None:
        if hasattr(var, "__self__"):
            return var.__name__
        caller_frame = inspect.currentframe().f_back
        try:
            ret = _varname_dict(var, caller_frame.f_locals)
        except NameError:
            ret = _varname_dict(var, caller_frame.f_globals)
    else:
        ret = _varname_obj(var, obj)
    if ret is None:
        raise NameError("Name not found. (Note: builtins not supported)")
    return ret

How to copy java.util.list Collection

You may create a new list with an input of a previous list like so:

List one = new ArrayList()
//... add data, sort, etc
List two = new ArrayList(one);

This will allow you to modify the order or what elemtents are contained independent of the first list.

Keep in mind that the two lists will contain the same objects though, so if you modify an object in List two, the same object will be modified in list one.

example:

MyObject value1 = one.get(0);
MyObject value2 = two.get(0);
value1 == value2 //true
value1.setName("hello");
value2.getName(); //returns "hello"

Edit

To avoid this you need a deep copy of each element in the list like so:

List<Torero> one = new ArrayList<Torero>();
//add elements

List<Torero> two = new Arraylist<Torero>();
for(Torero t : one){
    Torero copy = deepCopy(t);
    two.add(copy);
}

with copy like the following:

public Torero deepCopy(Torero input){
    Torero copy = new Torero();
    copy.setValue(input.getValue());//.. copy primitives, deep copy objects again

    return copy;
}

symfony 2 No route found for "GET /"

Prefix is the prefix for url routing. If it's equals to '/' it means it will have no prefix. Then you defined a route with pattern "it should start with /hello".

To create a route for '/' you need to add these lines in your src/Shop/MyShopBundle/Resources/config/routing.yml :

ShopMyShopBundle_homepage:
    pattern:  /
    defaults: { _controller: ShopMyShopBundle:Main:index }

How can I stage and commit all files, including newly added files, using a single command?

If you just want a "quick and dirty" way to stash changes on the current branch, you can use the following alias:

git config --global alias.temp '!git add -A && git commit -m "Temp"'  

After running that command, you can just type git temp to have git automatically commit all your changes to the current branch as a commit named "Temp". Then, you can use git reset HEAD~ later to "uncommit" the changes so you can continue working on them, or git commit --amend to add more changes to the commit and/or give it a proper name.

How can apply multiple background color to one div

You can create something like c using CSS multiple-backgrounds.

div {
    background: linear-gradient(red, red),
                linear-gradient(blue, blue),
                linear-gradient(green, green);
    background-size: 30% 50%,
                     30% 60%,
                     40% 80%;
    background-position: 0% top,
                         calc(30% * 100 / (100 - 30)) top,
                         calc(60% * 100 / (100 - 40)) top;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
}

Note, you still have to use linear-gradients for background types, because CSS will not allow you to control the background-size of a single color layer. So here we just make a single-color gradient. Then you can control the size/position of each of those blocks of color independently. You also have to make sure they don't repeat, or they'll just expand and cover the whole image.

The trickiest part here is background-position. A background-position of 0% puts your element's left edge at the left. 100% puts its right edge at the right. 50% centers is middle.

For a fun bit of math to solve that, you can guess the transform is probably linear, and just solve two little slope-intercept equations.

// (at 0%, the div's left edge is 0% from the left)
0 = m * 0 + b
// (at 100%, the div's right edge is 100% - width% from the left)
100 = m * (100 - width) + b
b = 0, m = 100 / (100 - width)

so to position our 40% wide div 60% from the left, we put it at 60% * 100 / (100 - 40) (or use css-calc).

Is Visual Studio Community a 30 day trial?

VS 17 Community Edition is free. You just need to sign-in with your Microsoft account and everything will be fine again.

How to find the lowest common ancestor of two nodes in any binary tree?

Here is what I think,

  1. Find the route for the fist node , store it on to arr1.
  2. Start finding the route for the 2 node , while doing so check every value from root to arr1.
  3. time when value differs , exit. Old matched value is the LCA.

Complexity : step 1 : O(n) , step 2 =~ O(n) , total =~ O(n).

How do I drop a foreign key in SQL Server?

I don't know MSSQL but would it not be:

alter table company drop **constraint** Company_CountryID_FK;

Is there a conditional ternary operator in VB.NET?

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

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

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

powershell mouse move does not prevent idle mode

I had a similar situation where a download needed to stay active overnight and required a key press that refreshed my connection. I also found that the mouse move does not work. However, using notepad and a send key function appears to have done the trick. I send a space instead of a "." because if there is a [yes/no] popup, it will automatically click the default response using the spacebar. Here is the code used.

param($minutes = 120)

$myShell = New-Object -com "Wscript.Shell"

for ($i = 0; $i -lt $minutes; $i++) {
  Start-Sleep -Seconds 30
  $myShell.sendkeys(" ")
}

This function will work for the designated 120 minutes (2 Hours), but can be modified for the timing desired by increasing or decreasing the seconds of the input, or increasing or decreasing the assigned value of the minutes parameter.

Just run the script in powershell ISE, or powershell, and open notepad. A space will be input at the specified interval for the desired length of time ($minutes).

Good Luck!

"inconsistent use of tabs and spaces in indentation"

For VSCode users

Ctrl+Shift+P or View->Command Palette.

Type

>Convert Indentation to Spaces

press Enter.

PyLint "Unable to import" error - how to set PYTHONPATH?

general answer for this question I found on this page PLEASE NOT OPEN, SITE IS BUGED

create .pylintrc and add

[MASTER]
init-hook="from pylint.config import find_pylintrc;
import os, sys; sys.path.append(os.path.dirname(find_pylintrc()))"

Compare a date string to datetime in SQL Server?

SELECT * FROM tablename
WHERE CAST(FLOOR(CAST(column_datetime AS FLOAT))AS DATETIME) = '30 jan 2012'

What are the dark corners of Vim your mom never told you about?

Typing == will correct the indentation of the current line based on the line above.

Actually, you can do one = sign followed by any movement command. ={movement}

For example, you can use the % movement which moves between matching braces. Position the cursor on the { in the following code:

if (thisA == that) {
//not indented
if (some == other) {
x = y;
}
}

And press =% to instantly get this:

if (thisA == that) {
    //not indented
    if (some == other) {
        x = y;
    }
}

Alternately, you could do =a{ within the code block, rather than positioning yourself right on the { character.

How to enable support of CPU virtualization on Macbook Pro?

CPU Virtualization is enabled by default on all MacBooks with compatible CPUs (i7 is compatible). You can try to reset PRAM if you think it was disabled somehow, but I doubt it.

I think the issue might be in the old version of OS. If your MacBook is i7, then you better upgrade OS to something newer.

What is the difference between 'typedef' and 'using' in C++11?

They are equivalent, from the standard (emphasis mine) (7.1.3.2):

A typedef-name can also be introduced by an alias-declaration. The identifier following the using keyword becomes a typedef-name and the optional attribute-specifier-seq following the identifier appertains to that typedef-name. It has the same semantics as if it were introduced by the typedef specifier. In particular, it does not define a new type and it shall not appear in the type-id.

CSS force new line

Use the display property

a{
    display: block;
}

This will make the link to display in new line

If you want to remove list styling, use

li{
    list-style: none;
}

Disabling Chrome cache for website development

I just got caught out but not necessarily due to Chrome.

I am using jQuery to make AJAX requests. I had the cache attribute set to true in the request:

   $.ajax({
        type: 'GET',
        cache: true,
        ....

Setting this to false fixed my problem but this is not ideal.

I have no idea where this data is saved but I do know that chrome never hit the server for a request.

Faster way to zero memory than with memset?

The memset function is designed to be flexible and simple, even at the expense of speed. In many implementations, it is a simple while loop that copies the specified value one byte at a time over the given number of bytes. If you are wanting a faster memset (or memcpy, memmove, etc), it is almost always possible to code one up yourself.

The simplest customization would be to do single-byte "set" operations until the destination address is 32- or 64-bit aligned (whatever matches your chip's architecture) and then start copying a full CPU register at a time. You may have to do a couple of single-byte "set" operations at the end if your range doesn't end on an aligned address.

Depending on your particular CPU, you might also have some streaming SIMD instructions that can help you out. These will typically work better on aligned addresses, so the above technique for using aligned addresses can be useful here as well.

For zeroing out large sections of memory, you may also see a speed boost by splitting the range into sections and processing each section in parallel (where number of sections is the same as your number or cores/hardware threads).

Most importantly, there's no way to tell if any of this will help unless you try it. At a minimum, take a look at what your compiler emits for each case. See what other compilers emit for their standard 'memset' as well (their implementation might be more efficient than your compiler's).